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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 6, 1918)
Demoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
MAUPIN SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY, OREGON. FK1DAY. DECEMBER 6, I'M
THE YEAR $1.50
VOL 5, NO 8
SENT IN BY OUR
Win. Nickerson purchased a
Ford while at The Dalles last,
Dr. Dodds has made Beveral
professional calls here of lute.
F. P. Mays returned to bin
home in Portland Friday.
L. II. Ayres who is attending
the 0. A. C. spent Thanksgiving
The bridge fill in progressing
and will be finished about Janu
ary Int. '
Houstie Johnsou of Waniic was
Wamic Boy Dead
Much Borrow iBjelt here by the
end news of the death of Terry
JimeB wlio resided on Smock be
fore going to France where he
died October 3rd of pneumonia.
He was the son of Mrs. N. J.
Jones. 1 1 ik untimely taking away
has cast a gloom over the entire
community. The news reached
this place Friday, nearly two
months after his death.
a caller here Thanksgiving day.
N. H. Hawk returned to hiB
home at Orchards, Wn.,, Sunday.
The farmers of Smock, Waniic
and Tygh Valley held a warehouse
meeting at this place last Sunday,
J. IllingHworth Sr., and family
of Smock spent Sunday with their
"It Pays to Pay Cash at Jory's
R. C. Jory
H. B. Jory
The "Flu" has Flown
The Store Building Has Been
Are open to meet our old customers
and to secure new ones
"It Pays to Pay Cash at Jory's"
T7 T7 W m TT
Prefered Stock Tru BIu Biscuit (Vs.
Stable and Fancy Groceries Cakes and Cookies
11 V 1 - it U l 11
Better Come and Get Yours Now
While the Sizes are in Tact
New Crop Nevada Comb Honey
Also Large Shipment of Cabbage for Kraut
Fancy Baldwin Apples
Call or Phone for Yonrs at
!dt Casfia . Sfcov
' "At Your Service"
eon John Jr. of this place.
('has. (,'rofoot and P. 1). Stuart
of Maupin were business callers
Win- Mc'Atee and Chas. Nelson
were .visitors at Bakeoven Sunday.
James Fawk delivered some fine
Hood River apples and cider here
the past week and is taking orders
tor future delivery.
Kvans Parris was a Smock, vis
itor last Sunday-.
K. L II wiser and C. "B. Dahl
were looking after their interests
near Shauiko last week.
Mrs. J; H. Morrow was called
to Maupin last week on account
of the illness of her little daughter
C. G. Murry the Friend butcher
delivers here every Saturday if
you leav'e yont ordeiu with Central
J. K. Keep, a retired saw mill
man who has operated a mill" on
Clear creek for a number of years
was transacting business here on
Guy Brittain had the misfor
tune Ilonday to net one of his
horses in the bridge excavation in
such a manner as to lacerate the
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sKiu ior several inoum uu mu
front knee joint.
Ill J. Whaita and W. H. Smith
are out hunting "grizzeliea" this
Win. Beckwith of the Hotel
Kelly was a visitor here Saturday
W. O. Wilson and son Lenn of
Wapmitia were visitors here on
' Dec. 2. .
Floyd Johnson has been carry
ing the rural mail the past week.
Housty Johnson is driving Btage
Ellis Houghton and Clifford
Miller hauled wood from here to
Juniper Flat Wednesday.
Jim Kistner of Tygh vibited
here Thanksgiving day.
Alma Driver returned to Wamic
Saturday from the T. H. Wood
cock home where she has been
staying during vacation.
This place ban experienced very
pleasant weather'the past few days
Percy Driver has purchased the
farm and stock of W. IS. Johnson,
the purchase price being f 17H00.
He moved te the farm last week.
Mr Tcthnson is occupying the
house in town vacated by Mr
Driver. ' ,
Miss Hildl Lake went to Port
Mrs. Minnie Ileilsmier is recov
ering from an attack of, sore throat
Mrs. Laura Driver is confined
to her bed upain with kidney
School opened here today after
a vacation of.five weeks.
C. E. Pratt returned from the
Harth place Friday, having com
pleted the Harth house;
Frank and Willis Diiyer attend
ed a meeting of the Fanners Ware
house Company at Tygh Sunday.
Frank Driver made a trip to
All enjoyed turkey and chicken
pinners here Thanksgiving.
J. It. Keep and several other
gentlemen were up from Portland
Tnesdap and made a trip into the
I). Woodside butchered a line
beef the first of the week. .
N. G. Hedin accompanied by
Julius hhiptiin made a trip into
Iho intake on the ditch Tuesday.
G. K. Wood came over from
Wamic Monday and is putting 'up
a machine shed on his farm here.
Mr. Pratt and son Fred hauled
die lumber from N. G. lledin's
mill this week.
Miss Ruby Wilson went to
Wamic Sunday to resume her
J. P. Abbott sold a fine baltd of
mutton sheep fast week.
A workman from Fischer's Ga
rage was up Sundav and repaiied
N. G. Hedin's car.
The tiu ban was lifted here Sun
day and services were held at the
church, and school opened Mon
day, but the school hoard held a
meeting Monday afternoon and
shut the school down for another
week, as there were still a few
cases of flu in the community, but
all are greatly improved. ,
Leonard Weberg made a trip to
Dufur Sunday, taking his sister
Alice back to her school there.
Mose Delore writes to home
folks here from France saying' he
was well and getting along tine,
and that he Was making quite a
hit with the girls there as he can
speak the fr'rench language.
Al 'Daniels wishes to recom
mend Phi.o Gubt, detee-a-tive, to
anyoue requiring the services of a
first class sleuth. -
W- U. Maynard. an old timer
of this place and Mrs. Flora
Unlock from Idaho were married
in The Dalles Tuesday and arriv
ed here that evening. They will
make their home on the Tapp
farm, which Mr. Maynard lias
Mr, and Mrs. Nii'kerson of
Tygh spent Sunday al the Powell
Mr. Patrick Dead
liber Newton Patrick was bom
in Missouii, March 12, 18IV2 and
died ut the family home in Maupin
at, 7 o'clock last evening nf.er a
long illness. The family were all
present at his bedside except one
daughter in Washington.
Mrs. Paerick and six children
survive. Mis. Margaret Hughes of
Portland, Lester Patrick, Mis.
lilaticti Appliiut, of Criterion, Mi
Gladys Slillwell of eastern Wash
ington, and Iho twins Kmest and
Karl Patrick at home. The fami
ly moved to Washington about
fourteen jeara ago and from there
to Criterion two yearn ago. The
sorrowing family have the sytnpar
thy of many fiij-nds here.
Funeral services will be held nl
the residence tomorrow morninu
and interment made in the Cri
home near here,
I P. Abholt has been
sick list the past week.
Mr. aiid Mrs. lid Davis were
down from Pine Grove SumUy
and visited at the home of their
daughter, Mrs. Geo. lieebe.
Mr. and Mrs. John Illingsworth
of Tygh spent Sunday at the
nome of Mr. and Mrif. Calvin Mc
Itoy Crabtree has been hauling
wood from Pine Grove this week.
While there i were no public
meetings held heie Thauksgiying,
the day was observed by most
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Batty
ited at the lially home in
Dalles the last of the week.
White River -
Will Head went to The Dalles
Monday on business.
Cy 1 unison has heeu vihi mg
relatives in this neighborhood the
past week. He returned home
NEWS ITEMS OF
A tarty of young people were
invited to the Cantiold home Wed
nesday evening where a truly de
lightful evening was spent in
playing. gam"s, singing, and en
joying a number of instrumental
scleclions and readings. Iter the
company was served with dainty
refreshments. Those who attend
ed beside Mr. and Mrs. Canfield
and family weie: Mrs. Hughes
of Portland; A. W. Biichaiion,
the Misses Selleck, John Stovall,
George, Vina and Sylvia Ayres,
Leonard F'arlow and Karl Patrick.
Mr. Pickle was called from
Idaho to the Jim Brown homo
where his children are quite ill
with the flu.
Mr. an 1 Mrs. Hess are in The
Dalles for a lew days.
Harvey Martin Sr. and son
Harvey, also Ora were in the
neighborhood from Kingsley this
last week end.
Hoy Morrow and Cecil Tunisoii
are working at the plant for a few
Miss Thomas is planning a
school entertainment in the near
Cecelia Muller is at home again.
J. G. Tunison and Ray were
Maupin visilors Tuesday.
John Conroy has been kept very
busy among his sheep cainpa this
Mrs. Carl Head entertained on
her birthday this last week; covers
were laid for twelve.
Raymond Doering has been re
porled quite low itli the II 11. but
1 is improving.
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 Rinds of building
See us Now
Tum-A-Lum Lumber Company
Wapinitia Items !
Nice warm weather and good
roads again this week.
C. B. Doyle, Mrs. Kirk ham and
Edwin Doyle loft Saturday for a
short stay in The Dalles. Mr.
Dtjle and Edwin came home
Al Daniels left here today,
50ME OF THE THINGS THAI wc. CAN DO TOR '
DO YOUR NOTARY WORK,
SELL. YOUR FARM 1'GK Yuu,
RENT' YOU A SAFETY DEPOSIT l!OX.
HUY YOUR WHEAT. HA RLE Y AND OATS,
TAKE CARE OF YOUR BANKING BUSINESS.
DO YOUR UNITED STATES COMMISSIONER WORK.
GIVE . US A TRIAL. WE CAN AND WILL MAKE uuuu
MAUPIN STATE BANK
Wednesday, tor a business trip to,.li