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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 11, 1918)
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Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
VOL 4, NO. 52
MAUPIN SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY. OREGON. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 1 !. 1913
THE YEAR $1.50
The following is a clipping from
the Red Croes Bulletin, and is to
"You want trie to tell you about
the Red Cross. Well, mother,
there is just one thing I can say
about them and that is that they
are God's own representatives.
As for paying for anything, that
is only Gorman propaganda and
you can tell any party that says
so that I will be only too glad to
accommodate them in any kind of
a scrap and let them chooee the
method when I return to the
states. Remember I laid for three
weeks in a Red CroRS hospital.
When I arrived there I could
neither smoke nor hear and the
first person to visit nie was the
Red Cross matron of the hosdital
with a little Red Cross bag con
taining cigarettes, tobacco, cigar
ette papers, matches, soap, tooth,
brush, tooth paste and a lot of
It Pays to Pay
, R- C Jory 11. B. Jory
In addition to carrying a complete line
i of staple and fancy groceries we cajn supply
vour wants in the following:
ECONOMY FRUIT JARS & FIXTURES
MASON JAR TOPS & RUBBERS
..WIRE CLOTHES LINES
TIN & GRANITE WARE
CASTOR MACHINE OIL
BULK COAL OIL
ALSO NOTIONS & STATIONERY
line of Pendleton Blanket3. Robes. Shawl
Mackinaws, Knitting Yarns
Remember us when you are in nood
"It Pays to Pay Cash at Jory's"
HoodPs Cash Stares"
Staple and Fancy Groceries
MY COMPLETE LINE OF
Fall mi Wimta
Comprising Mackinaws, nifty Plaids and
Olive Drabs j Logger Shirts in Plaids also
Olive Drabs; Flannel
Grays. Wool and Cashmerette Socks
Wool Gloves and Mitts
Corduroys, Slickers, Winter
Come and see these Goods and Get My Prices before buying
elsewhere. Glad to show you whether you buy or not
rvKi kuuniKi LAKLi, ant
A PRICE THAT WILL SURPRISE YOU. BRING YOUR PA! L5
Sale or Rent
Maupin Hotel Doing good
business present management
needs a rest and will sacrifice.
Write D. A. Moad, Bend, or call
wt this office.
6ther things. I think I had five
sous or the equivelant of one cent
in my pocket, so you see how
much chance I would have hatf of
irettine thines with that and nea.v
ly all the other bovs were in the!
same fix, It was no joke I can
tell you and the Red Cross took
care of tne when there was no ooe
else tA do so." Lieutenant Wm,
W. I'inkerton in a letter to his
mother in Boise.
Another fine rain Fell here Sat
urday, Fall sown grain is coming
fine. Most of the seeding is done.
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Foreman,
Cash at JoryV
LANTERNS & GLOBES
Tru Bla Biscuit CVs .
Crackers, Cakes and Cookies
Shirts in O Ds and
JUAINITY YOU WANT, .AT
Pioneer Lady Passes
Mrs. Andrew Crabtree died in
Maupin, October 10, 1918.
Jane M. Martin was born March
19,. 1856, at Bloomsfield, Green
county, Indiana; came to Oregon
with her parents in 1874, and was
married to Andrew Crahtree May
0, 1875, To them were born
eleven children, nine of whom are
living and with her husband were
present at her bedside, except Earl
who is on board the U. S. S. Mo-
Kee, and Raymond at Camp Free
mont, Cal. Besides she leavps a
brother, A. F. Martin of Maupin,
and a sister, Mrs. 1!. E, Marvin
Mrs. Crabtrce had lived at the
family home in this community
for the past thirty years, and
leaves a host of friends.
The funeral is being connoted at
It o'clock tbij morning at 'the
Kelly cemetery by Rev. Wood.
Mrs', Lu VVoodside and Mrs. Annie
Snritfo were Dalles visitors Wed
nesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ollie VVeberg
made a trip to The Dalles this
week with their new truck.
Mrs. Carrie Kirkharn and Mjss
Irene Doyle are spending this
week in The Dalles having tome
dental work done.
Mr. Colt who has been at Keeps
mill tl'" flW'summer came out
Wednesday with Fiichers' truck,
having finished getting out the
Clyde Flinn writes from Cor
vallis that he passed the examina
tion 100 percent and h now en
rolled in the Students Army
Training Corps. He also states
that he is taking Agriculture, War
Aims, Modern Language, and
Mathematics and that thev will
have eleven hours a week drilling.
Bill Maynsrd has moved on the
place he rented of V. B. Tapp.
Mrs. Lizzie Bowen and Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Sharp returned home
from Aberdeen, Wn., Wednesday:
Jase luschner made a trip to
Mi a u pin Wednesday and met his
parents who came from Portland.
Mr. and Mis. V. B. Tapp and
family Jeft Friday for Portland
where they will make their future
Frankie Mott returned home
from The Dalles list, week.
. D. Kelly was up from Maupin
last i uesaay ana towed a wagon
home w his For(L
A comai.',nity sin8 is bpinK con-
ducted at the 8011001 110U8B wen'
nesday evenings' y Mrs. Bigbee.
For State Sen tr
To the voters of Wasco an.'1 Hood
My name-will, appear on tl'e
official ballot .Navember 5th, as
an independent candidate for State
Senator from thf Sixteenth Sena
The great thin gs that are gip-
ping -us at this lime- mate me
differences whicla hitherto have1
separated the vot?n into political
parties seem trival and sponse
quentiak For all suih old erudi
tions there is no. place now and by
this time should havi passed en
tirely out of our consideration.
How small they seem when the
i . 1
A'atioft is battling-ior the princi
ples on which it Wtas wUbli'hed.
Only this great present bupiiiess j
really counts with us now. ,
There is a treoriiHidoiis obliga
tion resting upmn us to pat our
whole weight into the -pcala in
behalf of tbe Government and tlf
civilization to which we are in
debted for all we have, and all we
are. The immediate U,sk of win
ning tbe war i so reat and
absorbing that it is entitled to our
Locke Sails Tomorrow
U. S. S. Western Scout
Portland, Ore., Oct. 8, 1918
1 saw your piece about trie. I
am asaighed to the transport U.S.
H. Western Scout. We sail for
Valpariso, Saturday, October 1 1',
get a cargo for New York, then its
transport service for ours.
I'll be glad to hear from anv of
my fiicnds at Maupin. Address
Seaman H. B. Locke, U. S. S.
hhtu wu!., care or u. B. snip
ping Board Postmaster denerai,
New York City, U. S. A.
This is a great Jife, but I d like
to be liHck in the nago brush and
I'll cbwe for now, will write
Seaman Harold B. Locke.
whole attention, leaving other
matters to receive later considera
tion. Civilization is being battered
out of recognition wherever the
German armies and boats reach
and thia greatest conflict of man
kind must be fought to a righteous
conclusion at all coBts. The con
quest of PruBsianism iB a grim
business that must be put through
to the end, however long and
bitter the wuy, and for this pur
pose the unconquored spirit of a
free people is getting hack of our
government with all they" have,
ready at the call. '
Not only-WB"''Teooui'ces of the
individual, but also the resources
of the State of Oregon should be
conserved and placed at the dispo
sition of the Government for the
winning of the'war and such legis
lation as wll effectuate thia end
should be immediately enacted.
No person should be elected to
any representative office at this
time who is not enthusiastically
loyal and who will , not support
the National Administration in
prosecuting the war to a success
ful termination and ' in opposing
a premature peace;
, JAMES II. HAZLLTT
Hood Riyer, Ore., Sept. 3, 1918.
Card of Thenks
We desire to express our appre
ciation of tiie sympathy and kind
ness shown by friends during the
sickness and death of our wife and
Andrew Crabtree and Children
Thof'e having accounts at tbe
Hotel Maupin, pleane call at the
Maupin State Bank and setllq.
One 3 14 wagon, new flteel
skeins and boxes, If. L. Morris.
Fur sale, 120 bead of g"cd
Ramble A breeding ewes and 135
head of tbip year's lambs from
thoroughbred Lincoln bucks. Fur
information inquire of Fen Batty
or L. C. Henueghnn.
tyhu Klnvall came Wednesday
fruin Camp Lewis.
SOME OF THE
GIVE US A
Dr. Francis Dead
Bend, Oregon, Sept. 30. (Special)
Word was received here today
that Lieutenant C. II. Francis of
this city had difnl at Camp Euslis,
Viiginia, from Spanish influenza.
Lieutenant Fradcis was a mem
ber of the Medical Reserve Corps,
having volunteered his services a
few weeks ago and being almost
immediately appointed. Ite fras
over 55 years of age.
Dr. Francis had been a resident
, Be1(, pever(1
optometry. He is survived by his
widow of this eity a son residing
at Onrmley, Ontario, and a dnugh
tcr at Baker, Ore. Orcgoninn.
Before going to Bend, Dr. Fran-,
cis practised a few years in M a u -'
E. J.VlSClIER, 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 '
Eastman Kodaks and
Rod all Supplies
for Sale at
The Maupin Drug Store
Leave your films here for
DO YOUR NOTARY WORK,
XfcLL XUUK r'AKM Km lOc'.
RENT YOU A SAFETY DEPOSIT BOX,
BUY YOUR WHEAT, BARLEY AND OATS.
TAKE CARE OFtYOUR BANKING BUSINESS.
DO YOUR UNITED STATES COMMISSIONER WORK.
TRIAL. WE CAN
AND WILL MAKE UUUU
Plenty of good large cedar posts
for sale by A. E. Lake at Wamic,
Oregon at 18 cents per post. o4m.
pin and he and Mrs. Francis have
many friends here.
John G. Hesaler, pastor.
Sunday services for October
Sunday School 10 A. M.
Preaching service 11.
Class meeting 12:15.
Evening services commence at
7:30; song and praise service for
half an hour. The subject for the
evening will be Christian Educa
tion. Everyone is urged to attend
CAN DO FOR VOXJ