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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 13, 1918)
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Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
'MAUPIN SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY, OREGON. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 13. 1913
THE YEAR $1.50
VOL 4, NO. 48
The Home Service Section of
the Red Cross is in receipt of the
following communication , from
The Dalles Chapter:
PersoiiB who have been receiving
allotments and allowances from
the government may find their
August checks delay, or less than
the usual aiiiount.
The following will explain the
changes in the checks:
No man's compulsory allotment
in now more than $15, and the
family which has been receiving
such amount will experience no
All allotments which are ac
companied by allowances will he
$15 and come through the Bureau
of War Risk Insurance as formerly
If the man wishes to allot more
than that amount, the additional
amount will come through the War
or Navy Department, depending
upon the service in which the man
is enlisted, and lie will have to
make out new papers.
Furthermore, any voluntary al
lotment, which is un accompanied
by government allowance will
henceforth be issued from the de
partment of the Army or Navy.
This has been explained to all
the men by their ollicers, and the
Home Seryice Section of the Amer
ioan Red Cross is explaining it to
Formerly the compulsory allot
ment was on a sliding scale, ami
varied with a man s pay, and the
size of bis family. This was a
just method, but has proven im
practical, in that it caused an
endless amount of oflice
The chango is made to expedite
matters and lelieve families of
Mrs. John MeCorkle,
Sec. Maupin 11. S. S.
Driver and family of
were here a week ago
guests at the D. A,
It Pays to Pay Cash at Jory's'
R. C. Jory H. B. Jory
' f. In addition to carrying a complete line
of staple and fancy groceries we can supply
vour wants in the following:
ECONOMY FRUIT JARS & FIXTURES
MASON JAR TOPS & RUBBERS
WIRE CLOTHES LINES
TIN & GRANITE WARE
CASTOR MACHINE 'OIL
LANTERNS & GLOBES
ZE ROLEN E
BULK COAL OIL
ALSO NOTIONS & STATIONERY
Full line of Pendleton Blankets, Robes, Shawls,
" Mackinaws, Knitting Yarns
Remember us when you are in need
"It Pays to Pay Cash at Jory's"
E. J. FISCHER, Prop.
Complete line of Tubes and Casings
General repairing on all makes of cars
All work guaranteed and prices reasonable
are at your service
Now is the Time
to get your
Berries and Fruit for Canning
I handle all Rinds
The very best that money will buy .
Phone in your orders or call at
Hdf Caslm Stoir
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hail were
Monday from Portland, gnets at
the Frank Magill home. They re
Tom Swift and If. Walston were
over from Friend Monday,
Mrs. Elbe Swift received a letter
recently i'ioiii her brother Krankie
McCown stating that bo whh on
Ormati soil doing servieo anil
woik. duiug service in the artillery corpH
A. E, Lake went went -to 1'ort
- lain! Tuesday.
Herman Gob made a trip to
Maupin Wednesday, taking Mr.
and MiS. A. M. Pat'iHon who were
on their way to The Dalles, They
Geo. Crawford went to The
Dalles Monday, bringing out a
load of peai hes. He reports the
roads as badly worn and rough.
J. A. Ward went to The Dalles
Wednesday to attend Teachers'
Institute. Mrs. Ward accompa
nied bin), returning the next day.
Dave Campbell and little grand
son Vul were Maupin visitors
Yard Norvel had a pinaway at
the Willie Norvel place, lfe left
the team hitched to the i eeuer to
Ket a sack of grain some distance
away when they started in a run
tearing up things in general.
Mr. and Mrs. Claud Stockton
spent several days here the funnel
part of the week. Mrs. F. l'tilm-
teer accompanied them to Hood
lliver, stopping at Friend, on
their way to visit at the Moah
Miw Lulu Wing arrived Wed
ni'Lal.iy fiom Spokane and is veil
ing nor Miner and brother, U'li
and YVillard Wing.
Miss Mildred .Seufeit and Miss
N, llealey spent several days at
the T. J. Seufeit home, returning
to Portland Tuesday.
Eddie Traxtell and Clay Nelson
g'ive a farewell party to Frank
Gesh Tuesday night at the formers
home at Happy Ridge.
A light frost fell here Tuesday
Wilbur Mulvany took bis broth
er Sid and Frank. Gesh to The
Dalles Wednesday. They went to
iCanip Lewis. 'Frandpa' Gordon
'accompanied tliPin to The Dalles,
i Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Swift return
el from Portland Tuesday after
visiting at the W. A. Gullitord
home. They were accotnpunied
'hy Mrs. Lizzie Allen and .lack
j .Swift's two little girls Geneveve
landAlta, Mrs. Allen left Satur-
lay for the Agency.
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Norvel,
Yerriie and Alda were Dalles visit
uraiu j'Utoni ot smock was
selling apples here Thursday.
A girl baby was born to Mr.
and Mrs. Rillie Richardson at tho
Will Lucas Home Tht'irsdap,
tiny Jlaryey returned from
I'm Hand Friday.
Annas walking receive'.! a mes
sage from the frontthat his cousin
Oris Paulson bad been wounded
and was in a hospital.
Henry Miller and family went
to Metolius Thursday.
Mrs. Laura Black of Vancouver
visited at the'' C. S. MeCorkle
W. II. McAtee hauled a load of
lumber from the Mulvany tuill'to
construction of the cement bridgi
A. ',. Lake returned from Port
land and Th Dalles Saturday.
Harold Johnson won two prize:
at the Spokane stock show.
Vernie Norvel made a trip tf
Sherar Saturday bunging Miss M.
K. Conipton who arrived hou.j
Willis Farlcvv came from Smock
to meet Miss Yera Nelson of Poit
ladd who will teach at that place.
The Misses Susie and Pearl ami
Clyde Ruegg came up from Cr s
Mr. and Mrs. I.). A. Campbell,
Mrs. Alta Miller, Vul Miller, Mis.
Fallen Lot her and two small chil
dren, Miss Ruth Crouly, Mr. and
Mrs Percy Driver and Miss Krina
Ei'iver bad a picnic dinner at the
Woodcock & Kennedy mill Satur
day. Mr. Campbell and Mi
Driver were working on the ditches
K. (). Had ley, fish commissioner
and A. E. A kens were hero from
The Dalles Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. David Mayl'mld
went to The Dalles Sunday to gel
a load of peaches.
iiiver, F. M. Driver,
Mrs. Josm Woodcock and chil
dren Kent lo The Dalles today.
Mr, and Mis. II. T. Corum of The
Dalles v -'ie overnight visitnrsat
the C. L. Pratt home feunday night
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Oakerman
and sou Ihilio came from Reily
and go to school. '
Charley Lake went to Portland
Vi va Driver, after dpend-
ing the i
J. A. Y
M. K C
k at the J. 'E. Kennedy
to The Dalles Wedues-
"Hiimcneed today with
I, piiucipr.1 and Miss
( "ii, assistant,
a lladley arrived Sat or
leaching the Pine tirove
i Hilda Luke has taken her
r Charley's pluee as clt-.k in
went to 1'
lirmvn and Joe TindaU
i lies were here Saturday.
'I Mrs. W. E. Woodcock
i lend today.
, ; rw
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Abbot spent
several days in Portland and The
Dalles last week.
D. Woodside and E. L. Nelson
visited at The Dalles the first of
Grandpa Evick returned home
from The Dalles Wednesday where
he spent two weeks receiving
treatment at the hospital. Mr.
and Mrs. A. F. Evick brought
him out and visited over night.
A 7 pound baby girl was born
to Mr. and Mrs. David fcharpe at
The Dalles Hospital, Friday, Sept
ember 6th, all doing fine,
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hammer
and family and Mis., Joe Regale
left here Thursday for a two weeks
uisit in the Willamette valley.
Celia Brittain received word
from her husband Chester Brittain
who is at Camp Mead, Md., ety
ing he had transferred from 63rd
Infantry to 72nd and would be
there about three months before
Mrs. ,N. W. Flinn returned
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HOW WE'RE GOING TO '
Help Uncle Sam Put More Money
(Explaining: the use of
In order to put more money into ciu
FEDERAL RESEAVE BANK.S.
o "Trade Acceptance" in plain terms)
ation throughout the country Uncle Sara has created tin
Here's How it is done:
Suppose JohngDoe had purcl:
and desires credit on same longer-
used men liandise to the extent of $40 from Richaad Roe & Co.
-for Gn cL.ivsj.
The Banks have f unused a "Toi; A-renlance" which looks like this.
RICHARD ROE & COMPANY
(Name of Town)
Sept. 1, 1918.
Pay to the order of ourselves
Plus interest at 8 per cent after date. The obligation of the acceptor
of this bill arises out of the purchase of goods from the Drawer
VAf.UR I JXEIVED AND CHARGE TO ACCOUNT OF
TO .iwim Moij . RICHARD ROE & CO.
(N'.i. -iMif town) ) By
f i ' E ;lnce to his local bank who send it in to the FederSj
n credited back to the local Bank for FURTHER CIR-
Mr. Roe then takes this ''Trade Aci.
Reserve Bank nearest an this money i:; 11,
CULATION IN MAUPIN.
The Trade Acceptance has been recommended by Uncle Sam in these War Times. We feel
that it is a patriotic duty to use Una fonu of extension of credit at this time and thua Help Uncle
SamP ut More Money Into Maupin.
For further information consult
milker or we will be glad to explain.
TUNhUaM LUMBER CO.
some: OF THL Tllif
DO YOUR NOTARY
SKLL YOUR i-'ARfd
KENT YOU A SAM
S THAI Wfc. CAN DO FOR YOU
Tv 1M0FOSIT BOX,
BUY YOUR Wllh'Vl, BALLFY AND OATS,
TAKF. CARU 01'-' YO'Jii
DO YOUR I':.!!'!.!) -
CIVF US A TRIAJ., V
IRS COMMISSIONER WORK.
I CAN AND WILL MAKE GOOD
Tygh Saturday to be used in the