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THE MAUPIN TIMES
Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
Vol 4. no. so
MAUP1N SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY, OREGON. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 27, 1918
THE YEAR $1.50
SENT IN BY OUII
W, M. Snellson is hauling
wheat this woek.
Mrs. Bert McCready and baby
left Tuesday for a visit with her
parents, Mr. and Mre, Wilnon of
Mrs. Foreman who has been
working for Mrs." Bert Davitt the
past two weeks returned to Port
Fischer's thresher has moved to
Ridgeway and is threshing for D.
J. E. Kennedy went to Portland
Monday taking bis daughter Miss
Ladle who had spent two weeks
at her home.
Miss Addie Duncan oi Smock
visited friends here laBfc week.
Jake Spath and son Frankie
were out from The Dalles last week
George Ayres want to Maupiu
the former part of . the week, tak
ing his Bister Miss Vina and Miss
Iila Duncan. MisB Ayres will at
tend school there.
John Eu batiks was a business
visitor to Maupin Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Steph Win? went
to Maupin Tuesday bringing back
a grain drill.
W. E. Woodcock took Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Ward and baby to The
Dalles Tuesday. Mrs. Ward re.
It Pays to Pay Cash at Jory's"
R. C. Jory H. B. Jory
In addition to carrying a complete line
of staple and fancy groceries we can suDply
your wants in the following:
ECONOMY FRUIT JARS & FIXTURES
MASON JAR TOPS & RUBBERS
WIRE CLOTHES LINES
TIN & GRAMTE WARE
CASTOR MACHINE OIL
LANTERNS & GLOBES
BULK. COAL OIL
ALSO NOTIONS & STATIONERY
Full line of Pendleton Blankets, Rjbes, 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
We are at your service
niained in (own several days for
medical treatment of the child, re
turning Monday, leaving the babe
at the hospital.
Uousty Joh neon made a trip to
Grass Valley Tuesday.
Jimmie Johnson has obtained
employment at the John Van
Meter place in Grass Valley and
will spond the winter there.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed fceufert and
Mrs. Seufer s mother, Mrs. T,
Coffee of The Dalles were guestn
at the A. E. Lak home Tuesday.
The fair held at Tygh valley
last week was one of the best fairs
held since the organization of the
association. It was very success
fully carried on and was well at
tended. A meeting of the fair
hoard was held here Saturday
uipht to arrange for the comple
tion of the puachase of the grounds
President A. A. Bonney was up
from Tyg to attend the meeting.
Mrs. Geergia Norval had a nar
row escape from death Saturday
when ber automobile slild off the
grade opposite to where the old
flour mill stood and rolled over
several times. Mrs. Cora Wing
and Hilda A'orval were in the car
with her but escaped injury. Mrs.
Nerval had eeveaal ribs fractured.
Dr. Shannon of Maupin attend
ed her. The car was badly wrecked
Joe Muller, Letter Britten and
Konrad Hau ser and Verl Bonney
were visitors here Sunday from
Mrs. Goldie Magil held the win
ning ticket. 640, which won the
crocheted quilt at the Tygb fair.
'About 90 will will be the amount!.
obtained by the sale. This will
be donated to the Red CroBS So
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Savage
and son Alvin arrived Saturday
from Yakima, Wn.
Miss Dorathy McCorkle went to
The Dalles Wednesday to attend
Mrs. riiilmlee and children
moved into the Riverview hotel
building last Friday.
Mrs. Geo. Most aud children
have moved into the bouse oppo
site the Odd Fellows' hall.
Miss Agnes McCorkle wai a vis
itor in The Dalles last week.
Mrs. W. D. Roberts was down
from Madras last week,
G. W, Bargenbolt came over
Snieck Monday and met Claud
Shannon and bride.
Portland Painless Dentist, 805
Second St., The' Dalles, Ore. Port
land prices. Phone Main 8881. V.
T. Slatten, 1), D. S., proprietor.
Miss Lyle Murray of Enterprise
Hpent the past week with Mr. and
Mrs. II. B. Jory. She is enroute
to Salem to teach there.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. D. Bothwell,
Kiske, Dewy and Bruce attended
the Pendleton Roundup las week.
This section is coming up fine
with the Liberty Bonds and will
go over the top the first day.
In our list of those paying for
bond advertising last week, we
by mistake omited the name of H.
J. Styer who has a half page to
his credit in this issue.
The complete list is:
E. J. Styer
W. H. Staati & Co.
Tum-A-Lum Lumber Co.
Hunts Ferry Warehouse Co.
Maupin Drug Store
J. F. Hood, W. H. Durham and
Harphama' were absent attending
the Fair when the business houses
The Maupin State Bank is furn
ishing the sterreotype plates.
W. H. Durham bas recoaled his
roof with tar.
TYGH FAIR IS
The Tygb Fair this year wa
again a rousing success, the gate
receipts were about $900. Between
1005 and 2000 people were in at
tendance the last two days. The
exhibits were of a good quality.
Stock exhibits were large, all , the
spaoe being filled. The 'Www
County Pig Club showed some
All concession stands sold out
and had nothing to take away.
The weather and road were
ideal. Several came from Dufur
and Grass Valley to attend the
dance. The horse races and show
Owen McCorkle started , this
morning for Corvallls to attend
the O. A C. Military Bcbool.
W. A, Gilbert formerly of this
place and a son of Mrs. L. C. Wil
helm has a position as transit
man. In the government reclai na
tion service and is leaving North
Bond for Colorado,
HOW WE'RE GOING TO
Help Uncle Sam Put More Money
(Explaining the use of the "Trade Acceptance" in plain terms)
In order to put more money into circulation throughout the country Uncle Sam has created the
FEDERAL RESEAVE BANKS.
Here's How it is done:
Suppose JohngDoe has purchased merchandise to the extent of $40 from Richaad Roe & Co.
find desires credit on same longer-for 60 dayr.' ' '
The Batiks have furnised a "Trade Acceptance" which looks like this.
Now is the Time
to get your
Berries and Fruit for Canning
I handle all Kinds
. The very best that money will buy
Phone in your orders or call at
T? T? J
Fall seeding is in full blast now
some of the grain is coming up.
Clyde Flinn, Leonard Weberg
and Hany Walters left here to
day, Wednesday, for O. A. C. at
Corvallis. They 'eqpect to take
up the military training course.
V. B. Tapp returned home last
Monday from Portland and is
making arrangements, for a sale
next Tuesday and will move to
Portland to be with his mother
who is qaite poorly.
Miss Ruby Wilson resigned her
position Jn the school here today
to take a war course at the Univer
sity at Eugene... Mrs.. Cyr will
take her pla.ee.
Bill Maynard and V. B. Tapp
are transacting, business in The
Dalles this week. , ,
Emil Heckler returned home
Portland last week; "
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Wood and
Mw. Pratt and1 daughter left here
Wednesday for a week's visit with
relatives at Portland Salem, going
via the highway.
Misses Alice Weberg and Agnes
Walters returned home Tuebday
from Dufur aud The Dalles and
visited home folks till Sunday.
Rrs. W. O. Wilson spent last
week in The Dalles with ber sou
Don who is attending ( hool there.
Edna Whipple, state president1
of the Christian Endeavor, spoke
at the church here last Thursday
evening, iter tneme was Carry
ing On" and the -importance of
continuing the work during the
war. and while our boys are gone
was plainly brought tiut.',
Rev. aud Mrs. Chapman visited
Wednesday at Siiiina.-.ho at the
home of Pvev. Matthews, he taking
then) out ir, his cjrr.
RICHARD ROE & COMPANY
(Name of Town) Sept. 1, 1918.
Nov. 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.
VALUE RECEIVED AND CHARGE TO ACCOUNT OF
TO Jofcn Doe
(Nanr of town)
RICHARD ROE & CO.
Mr. Roe then takes this "Trade Acceptance to his local bank who send it in to the Federal
Reserve Bank nearest an this money is then credited back to the kcal Bank for FURTHER CIR
CULATION IN MAUPIN. ,
The Trade Acceptance has been recommended by Uncle Sam in these War Times. We fee
that it is a patriotic duty to use this form of extension of credit at this time and thus Help Undo
SamP ut More Money Into Maupin.
For further information consult your banker or we will be glad to explain.
TUM-A-LUM LUMBER GO.
DO FOR YOU
SOME OF THE THINGS THAT Wfc. CAN
DO YOUR NOTARY WORK,
SELL UUK FARM FUK 10u.
RENT YOU A SAFETY DEPOSIT BOX,
BUY YOUR WHEAT. BARLEY AND OATS.
TAKE CARE OF YOUR BANKING BUSINESS.
DO YOUR UNITED STATES COMMISSIONER WORK.
GIVE US A TRIAL, WE CAN v AND WILL MAKE GOOD
MAUPIN STATE BANK