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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 29, 1918)
Demoted to the .Interests of Southern Wasco County
VOL 5, NO. 7
MAJJP1N SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY, OREGON. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 29, 1918
THE YEAR $1.50
SENT IN BY OUR
Guy Brittain has been under the
weather the past week but is again
able to be around.
Sam Bennett was in town Sun
day. Mr. and Mrs. M. Grimes were
county peat visitors the past week.
Those who cannot find anything
to be thankful for on Thursday
are a hopeless lot anyway.
Win, Nickerson made a trip to
The Dalles with a load of beans
D. M, Shaltuck'of Maupin was
a business visitor at the Dalil
home the past week,
C. B. Uahl was a Portland visit
or returning Friday.
C. T. Murry the Friend butcher
was delivering meat here Saturday
s A letter from John Nelson
states that he and Clyde Oliver
are both well and happy. They
belong to the supply depot at
F P. Mays of Portland is look
ipg after his farming interests here
Ed Mays of the Bakeoyeti coun
try was yisiting his brother F. P.
P. J, Olsen Sundayed with bis
family at Shaniko.
Wm. McAtee had the misfor
tune to lose one of his cows Sunday
Chan. Duncan and sou C'uly
spent Sunday with the home folks
The first snow of the season fell
to a depth of 2 1-2 inches on Sat-
It Pays to Pay Cash at JoryV
R. C Jory
H. B. Jory
A Shipmjnt of
Dried Italian Prunes
Direct from the Grower
OUR PRICE IS THREE CENTS PER POUND
LESS THAN THAT QUOTED BY PORTLAND
MAIL ORDER HOUSES
THE QUALITY IS EXCELLENT
THE SIZS H LARGE-50's
Take Advantage of This Special
It Pays to Pay Cash at Jory's'
(dP CaIui Store
Prefered Stock Tru Blu Biscuit (Vs.
Staple and Fancy Groceries Cakes and Cookies
eini anadl Boys' WimfeEf Weair
Better Come and Get Yours Now
While the Sizes are in Tact
Spadal ftMs Week
. New Crop Nevada Comb Honey
Also Large Shipment of Cabbage for Kraut
Fancy Baldwin Apples
Call or Phone for Yonrs at
Hdl C&sKu StoT
urduy evening and t he youngsters
had it about all worn off the Bleep
hills liy Sunday noon. .
C. W. Wing shipped a fine
bunch of turkeys to Portland Sat
R, G. Weisbeek bad the mis
fortune to sprain an Ankle Wed
nesday, but will be out in a few
K. J. Whaile returned home
from Friend Tuesday to spend
Thanksgiving with his family.
Winter has surely come. About
four inches of the beautiful fell
here Sal ui day evening and most
of it remains here yet. i
I'lydo Flinn came up from
Tygh Wednesday eyening and
spent Thanksgiving with homo
Jack Rice installed a telephone
in their, home today.
Mr. and Mrs. Q. E. Wood aud
daughter Aleen and Miss Compton
came over from Wsniio Tuesday
and visited at the'Pratt home.
Miss Preive, the teacher of the
Oak Grove school has resigned
and left for her old home in Min
nesota. .. , ,
Miss Toole, the teaoher at Pine
drove had to diseonfiinue school
Friday, being laid up with a
Mrs. Albert Hammer and sonj
have been quite sick with the flu,
but are very much impraved now.
Dr. Dodds was called to sen them
B. L. Foreman, OHie Weburg,
Lu Kelly, J. I. West aodj. S.
Brown shipped two car leads of
cattle to Portland Sunday. Mr.
Brown and Mr. West went yilh
Pearl Eyick returned home
from The Dalles last week where
he has spent the summer.
II. N, Dodge has been hauling
lumber from N. U. lledin's mill
the past few days.
No publio meetings were held
here today, Thanksgiving, as the
ban is still on.
Dee Wright arriyed here Satur
day from Cascade Locks. Mrs
Wright accompanied him back
there where they will spend the
ii ill with pneumonia,
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Head will
upend Thanksgiving with thu Cy
Mr. and Mrs. Uomogolla and,
Harold Squires of Portland "came
Wednesday to spend TboS'ikngiv
ing with their mother, Mrs. E. S.
Miss Florence Muller and Miss
Thomas were successful in their
hunt last Saturday, bringing home
two fine Jack rabbits.
Portland, Ore., Nov. 25, 1918.
Mrs. W. L. Morrison,
I want to express to you my
appreciation of your very generous
support of the United War work
campaign in the columns of your
paper. This service was of pecul
iar value to the succuhb of the
campaign owing to our inability
to reach the people from the pub
I am pleased to report the cam.
paign was an entire success in this
Very truly yours,
0. W. Davidson,
0 State Director.
203 Northwestern Bank Build
ing, Portland, Ore., Nov. 18, '18.
Editor Maupin Times: '
Pleaee permit me, at the close of
this great campaign, to express to
you the gratitude of this office for
the spendid assistance rendered
during the period proceeding and
during the United War Work
W. H. Warren,
Supervisor of Newspaper News.
To Prevent Influenza
"At Your Service"
Get a box of Purolla Influenza
treatment, for sale at the Maupin
In yiew of the widespread prev
alence of influenza at the present
time, all are advised to take all
possible precautionary measuies,
to prevent contracting the din-use.
Keep la mind that like nm-l in
fectious cliseuses influenza is spreud
by contact infection, that is, by
the actual transfer of the active
poison from one person to another
It is spread to a large degree by
sneezing and coughing, at which
times the infected discharges from
the nose and throat are scattered
in the air. Those infected should
stay at home.
Regulate body functions and
beep them so.
Wash your hands frequently.
Wash out the nose and throat
two or three times daily by a
nasal spray of douche and by a
gargle with a 'normal salt solution
(1-2 leaspoonful salt to one glass
When sneezing, or coughing,
place your handkerchief before
your nyse and mouth.
If you have a cold use utensils
for your personal use exclusively,
or if you are in coniact with one
so affected be careful not to handle
utensils used by him.
Above all avoid feeling or spread
ing fear of the disease. -
C. W. Sharpies,
Red Cross Division Medical Ad-
John G. Ilessler, pastor.
Services suspended for tint pres
Card of Thanks '
We wish to express our appreci
ation for the manj kindnesses
being shown us by our friends
during our illness. We particu
larly wish to thank Mr. aud Mrs.
Kelly for the line turkey dinner
sent us on Thanksgiving day.
The Jory Family,
The chiel attraction on the east
side this week was W II. Williams
shooting contest. Wednesday af
ternoon the gun reports were lapid
NEWS ITEMS OF
Make Bosd Payments
Those who bought Liberty
Bond on installment should pay
the hank 20 percent which was
due November 21.
This is important.
lory's are closed this " week ns
the entire force is unable to be on
duty. Mrs, II. B. lory's parents
are sti.l here and caring for them.
and Miss L. Britton is taking care
of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Jory.
All are well en route to recovery,
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Kelly re-
ceived a cablegram from their aon
Floyd Kelly Sunday from Queens
town, Ireland, stating he was
feeling fine'. While this is brief,
it is good new speedily conveyed,
and most heartily received.
Two strong young men want
work on ranch or farm, Juniper
Flat preferred. Call Times office
J. T. Rorio of The Dalles in a
dieussion of some length in Mon
day's Chronicle advocates releas
ing the ban on the influenza, say
ing that is not contageoua, but
simply in the air, and as proof
cites instances of persons com
pletely isolated having had it.
Tom Muir stopped here a couple
dnys Hie first of the week to see
hi sister, Mrs. B. C. Jory. II
is on furlough from Camp Free
moiit, Cal., and went on to Prins-
W. C. Vanderpoil has built a
commodious Bcreen wall addition
in front of bis residence by the
spring which adds doubly to its
appearance and comfort.
Four of A. F. Martin' daught
ers, are ill this week.
Mies Regiuia Muller of district
No. GG. having completed her
club work satisfactorily, was pre
sented a State Achievement pin by
State Superintendent Churchill;
the pin having the ensignia of
four H's, meaning Hoover's Hap
py HiiBtling Helpers.
Kay Tuni'on nf American Falls
Idaho arrived here Tuesday. Hp'
will yiait a few days with friends
J. G. Tunison made a trip to
Wapinitia Tuesday, bringing bade
Mrs. Ray Tunison and children to
Mrs. Quincie Morrow and daugh
with ber parents.
The last word received from
Captain Quincie C. Morrow about
October 10 said he had just land
ed in F.ngland and was on his way
to France. He won the medal
for long distance shooting.
No cases of flu have been report
ed in this neighborhood.
lieutenant Dr. II. C. Dodds was
out to gee Iyl Miller Monday who
THE WAR IS OVER
Building Restrictions are. Cancelled
Now is your chance to Build
The world needs your stock and grain
Cover that Harvester and the rest of your
We have a nice stock of all hinds of building
See us Now
Tum-A-Lum Lumber Company
SOME OF THE THINGS THAI we. CAN DO FOR VOji
DO YOUR NOTARY WORK,
SELL YUUK FARM 1'Ult Yuu,
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 MAKK Ciuuu
MAUPIN STATE BANK