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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 4, 1918)
Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
VOL 4, NO. 51
MAUPIN SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY, OREGON. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4, 1913
THE YEAR $1.50
SENT IN BY OUR
A fine shower fell here Wednes
0, L. Paquet made a trip to
Clackamas Lake the fimt of lh
week and moved out Mack Holla
man and family who spent the
Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Flinn
mad a trip to Smock Wednesday,
Joe Abbott returned to bis home
in Hood River Monday.
Sunday, October 13 will be ob
served us rally day at the church
'Hoover' dinner, will be beryed at
noon, "Several talks will bo given
during the day by prominent
speakers here. Everyone is cor
dially invited to attend and help
boost the Sunday schools of the
" We wish to correct a statement
made last week in which we said
Misi Ruby Wilson had gone to
Eugene, instead she went to
Wamio Sunday 'to take charge of
the Pine Grove school.
It. W. McCorkle's received
word Monday that their son Lester
bad arrived safely- 'over there'.
Mr. Osborne has rented the
Wapinitia ranch of Bill Maynard
which he purchased last week of
V. B. Tapp.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Woodside re
turned Tuesday from their trip to
Southern Oregon. They report
here. The Pine Grove and Powell
Sunday schools will join in f urn-1 the best trip ever and the hunting
ishiag the program. A regular fine and that they packed back
It Pays to Pay Cash at JoryV
R. C. Jory
In addition to carrying a complete line
of staple and fancy groceries we can suDply
vour wants in the following:
ECONOMY FRUIT JARS & FIXTURES
MASON JAR TOPS & RUBBERS
H. B. Jory
WIRE CLOTHES LINES
TIN & GRANITE WARE
CASTOR MACHINE OIL
LANTERNS & GLOBES
BULK. CO AL 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 JoryV
about 200 miles on horseback to
where the deer were so thick one
could hit them with rocks. D'e
cays he got his number on them.
John Lewis is making plana for
h new truck with whick he will do
About sixty of the neighbors
and friends of Mr. and Mrs. V. B.
Tapp and family gathered at their
home Tuesday evening and visit
ed with them. They v leave the
last of the week for Portland.
Mrs. David fcshatpe went to cook
at the Fen Batty ranch Wednes
day where her husband is working
Fred Pratt returned home Mon
day from Salem where he has been
visiting the past two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Pete olsen were
over from Shaniko Sunday and
ribited at the Woooside home.
O, YOU COLD FEET
It's a feat to keep the feet from getting cold, without the
"Home Fires Burning".
How are you going to keep the fires burning, with that big,
empty space in your wood shed? '
You better size up the fuel conditions.
Call in and place your orders. Do it now.
All kinds and prices.
See us about this matter at once.
Now is the Time
to get your
Berries and Fruit for Canning
handle all Kinds
The very best that money will buy
Phone in your orders or call at
Hdf Caifia Star
J. E. Kennedy and the Harvey
brothers shipped a car of beef
cattle to Portlahd the former part
of the week. Mr. Kennedy accom
panied the car returning Wednes
day. Guy Harvey went to The Dalles
Monday. MisB Lucile Kennedy
accompanied him, going on to
Salem, attending the state fair.
Jack Bolton of Kingsley accom
panied him on his return,
Many attended the meeting for
the Fourth Liberty Loan Thursday
night. Two speakers were here
from The Dalles, Mrs. Alexander
Thompeon who gave a patriotic
talk aud Rev. Flint who epoke in
behalf o"f the needs of the present
time. Ralph Whettenberg accom
panied them here.
J. E. Woodcock who iscouduct
ing the drive fur the bonds has
been able to secure the amount
allotted this place and Smock.
Dr. Shannon was called from
Maupin Thursday to attend Ab
Griftiis who is sufferiug with an
attack of lung trouble brought on
Mrs. Georgia Norval, though
confined to her bed yet is improv
ing from her recent injury.
Carl B. Neal of Portland was
here Wednesday in behalf of the
government timber used by mills .
Geo. Young held a public sale
at the M. Kinney place Saturday.
He is moving his household furni
ture eo Maupin today.
Harry McMurray, accompanied
by his brother Clyde and family
was up from Portland Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Magill
went to The. Dalles Friday return
George Smith of Dufur was here
Saturday remaining all day, He
had a beakdown to nis car enroute
Miss Vera Nelson and Miss
Myrtle Mulvany went to Portland
Saturday returning Sunday. Miss
Mary Pearson of Myrtle Point ac
companied them home.
Wilbur Mulvany went to Maupin
.Miss Ida Duncan returned Satur-
da y from Maupin where she t-pent
t.hr Dast week with Miss Vina
Mr- and Mrs. F. R. Thompson
were op from Tygh Saturday at
tending: the Young sale.
Mr. Fine,1. Mm. T. R. Woodcock
and Mrs. Ethel Duncan vetl
Dalles viBitoVa Saturday and Sun
Guy and D, 'A. Harvey with
their familiei wr Dalles business
visitors Satflrday. !
Mc. and Mrs. Jim Miller and.
(laughter, Mian Beatrice", left Sun
day fer Portland aher spending
the week with relatives here. Mr.
nied them to Sherar, meeting their
dauehter. Miss Lucile. who whs
returning from Portland.
E. Gillis of San Francisco, Cal
visited bis brother Al Gillis Xhurs
frank Magill brought an auto
truck from The DalleB Saturday.
Mr, and Mrs. Floyd Eubauke
were over from Juniper Flat Sat
urday. The Harvey brothers have
bought the Jim Woodcock place,
paying $12,000 for it. Mr. Wood-
coek has purchased lots in tow n
and will build immediately.
Joe Chastain bought the Hattie
Crabtree place, the purchase price
Belvie Patison wrote his parents
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Patison that
his company would be in quariii
tine for forty days from the
Miss Lena Doyne, formerly of
Juniper Flat is in France, buying
gone as a nurse.
Charley Criss is in Camp Lewis
irom bpokane, wn. lie was a
former resikent of this place and
is a brother of Mrs. A. M. Patison
Paul Illingsworth and family
and Mrs. Illincsworth's brother.
Maurice Caldwell left toduy for
Konie HaiiBer was a visitor hore
from Tygh Valley Sunday.
Miss Ruby Wilson of Lower
Tygh commenced teaching today
in the Pine Groye district. She is
staying with Mrs. Myrtle Swift.
The boys and girls of the school
here have orga'nized. separate bas
ket ball teams and have organized
a literary club.
EuBene Pratt went to the Char
ley Harth place today to resume
work on the new nouse.
A surprise party wad given Mr.
and Mrs, J. R. Woodcock Friday
night by r number of their friends
Mrs. Willia Driver received a
letter from her cousin, Dolbert,
McCoy that he was leaving Camp
Lewis for some eastern camp.
Andy Kistuer t&s up from Tygh
yesterday, driving homo a milch
A light shower ol rain fell here
Guy Harvey and family went to
their homestead today.
any others of like caliber, that the
U. S. authorities will sift things
to the bottom aud false statements
are punishable with severe penalties-always
a jail sentence and
induction into the army.
No honest American with any
thought for his country's welfare
will claim exemption unless he
has, not only a lawful but an
honest reason for so doing. Don't
brand yourself for the balance of
your days a self made slacker to
be hated and shunned by all
Plenty of good large cedar posts
for sale by A. K. Lake at Wamic,
Oregon at 18 cents per post. o4m
In the Fourth Liberty Loan
campaign . this part of WaBco
county, including Wamic, Wapi
nitia, Tygh Valley, and a part of
Bakeoven, Criterion and Maupin
were over their quotas a week ago.
Maupin's quota was $50,000 but
over $60,000 has been subscribed.
We would like to publish a list of
the subscribers, but as practically
every one is included, our type
is insufficient to do so.
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
Help Uncle Sam
Bring me a Liberty Bond
To paste in iny window bright;
Oh 1 that the world might know
Of America's Liberty light.
Help sell the Liberty Bonda,
And help Uncle Sam o'er the sea
Help defend dear Uncle Sam
Ashe defends you and me.
Let's help UncleSam o'er the ocean
And bring th war to n end,
And when we've beaten the Kaiser
Homeward we'll march again. '
Allan M. Canfield.
It has come to the knowledge ol
this oflice that certain well known
youug men are claiming exemp
tion upon what seems to every one
who knows them, truly f.il
We wish to advise these and
Eastman Kodaks and
for Sale at
The Maupin Drug Store
Leave your films here for
SOME OF THE THING. IiyVi wt. CAN DO FOR VOU
DO YOUR NOTARY WORK.
SELL YOUR FARM FUU YOU,
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 AND WILL MAKE GOOD
MAUPIN STATE DANK
and Mm. J. E. Knnedy aocompa-1