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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 20, 1918)
Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
VOL 5, NO. JO
MAUPIN SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY, OREGON. FKiDAY, DECEMBER 20. 1918
THE YEAR1 $1.50
SENT IN BY OUR
Belvie Patison arrived Tuesday
from Seattle, Wn., remaining un
Dr. Jackson of Dnfur attended
little Caunel Woodcock Wednes
(lay. He iirntion noctl the case
influenza, Fort ti n:i tely no one
has taken thi) disease, from her oo
Miss Tiiihi Wing was called to
Spokane, Wn. , 1' ridnytry the ill
ness of her mother,, Mrs Corn
Mariele, who hail jnen uinni :i . .
Mr. utul Mrs. Frank Driver re
ceived a letter from their son
Marion Saturday staling that he
had pawd throuji tint 'rlal of
three bailies, escaping without, a
wourtd. llu s;uv his most inti
mate friend, Julian I,ow , fall by
his Hide, -being pierced through
the lung and dying alitor being
taken to a hospital:
Mr, and Mrs. Emmit Zamwalt
are the proud parents of a boy
baby bom Friday,
Mrs. FrankCliaotain of" Juniper
Flat received a te!ej;r:ytii Saturday
that her brother, 1'e'rt IjnviHe
had died in California. Mrs. Kin
ma Cluotain went, lo iho l-'muk
Chustain home today.
A sudden drp , v,u tempera
ture caused the freezing of ice'lust
ni-ht, ' .
Mike Kenned v .and Percy Driver
took a drove of horses to Maupiii
Thua'day. . lav w ith home folks,
Ed and Willi i Driver vverei- Oco. Heche received the s
Man pin vinti8 Friday. j rtw iat pik that his ivi ph
Mr..hia McCoy of juniper Fla:Mi-Iin Ellison, w h ediMed
is visiting her daughter, Mrs.
Lou Wilson came over from
Waupin Friday. Miss Kuby Wil
son and Mrs. Faye Woodside
reiurned horns with him. Mrs.
Woedside has been visiting l.er
sister, Mrs. Nell Harvey.
Mrs. Marion Duncan received a
letter from her hii'sl and r'a turdav
saying thai he was well. Mr.
Duncan is carrying supplies to
the hoys at the iruiil.
The tied Cross Christmas drive
conducted by J. R. Ward aimitsted
by J. I.!. Woodcock, Tom Wood
cock and Jay Fowler was very
siucssful, about It) o0 beine.
Join the Red Cross
R. C. Jory N II. B. Jory
Now is the time to buy practical
Nothing; More Useful or Better Appreciated than
Our line h
, BATH ROBES
Co nip I
. crib bl an rets
Lack of space in our store prevents proper display. Ask
to see our stock. It is a pleasure to sho'v eo"ds of
It Pays to Pay Cash at Jory's"
Owing to lire my olle c is under
going repairs and will not he open
lor business until about the 20th
oi i he present mouth, ' further
uotice will later appear in this
paper. Portland Painless Denttst,
W. T. Slatten, D. D. S., Prop." -.
Staple and Fancy Groceries
One would not think, judging
from the weather, that Christmas
is almost here, The roads are line
again. . ' ,'
Mr. and Mrs. -David Ma(idd
ami children were ofur from
Htiiock mid hi -ill several days y is-
relative here and ut l'uie
ve tiii" week. .
Mr. "llarfccuholt was over f.ora
Ira flrisham was peddling beef
Aiberl Hammer erected a nice
little bam near the school grounds
last week which will accommodate
the ponies the b is 1 isle- to school.
Mrs. I.aslifuger received a lot: or
from ln-r daie.diler Mrs. (jeor;;e
Knopf ui Ueitnla, Jl.i4,, kuiuu
that Johnio Fraicr had fallen a
victim of the flu and f d ptiened
away there. a!-o M rs,.-Brazier wan
very low with the. same dis'-nse.
The FruzierH are well known here,
bavin,' i c -Mill l.cie fur revcial
the army had hem severily wound
ed in France,' in the last bait U
fought the day the "Armistice vviu
signed. The Ellisons resnted In n
for a number of years but are in
Ohio at present.
Chas. Delore is riding around
in a Chevrolet which he brought
from The Dallea a few days ago.
I-.. 0. Ileuneglirni mido tin
round trip to The Dulles M.-nliv
in his car., lie r. porU Fen Kmu
'plile sick iiud in Thtt Dalles
G. E. Wooil was cireuUtiug u
petition here last week, asking for
a change in the road running cast
of Wapinit ia to his place-.
'There will he no public gather
ings here Christinas as it's thought
hest Id avoid large 'crowd on ac
count of the. llu, So for as is
known theie are no cases on the
The people of this section are
now enjoying free exchange of the
Maupin and Tygh switchboards.
John Powell made a trip to The
Dalles last week and brought out
his car which he left there on hi
trip to Vancouver.
Lester McCorklu write's to home
folks from France Baying ho is
well and expects lo by homo by
Sum Apling writes lo reletiyes
here from France saying he had
I ecu slightly wounded, hut was
all O. K. again.
Oiv'ng to lire my fdlioe is under-
going repairs and will not be open
for business until about the 20th
of the present month, farther
notice will later appear in this
paper, Portland Painless Dentist,
W.T. Slatten, D. D. S., Prop.
For particulars see grovr.
The l',f"d Crow driv is progress.
' ng phuididiy in this neit'idior-m-id
wiili tl. A,- Midler in I'lnae.
Sheriff Cin'isnia n was a vu-Uni
in I his vii'nily last week.
Joe Muller started for The
DalU-s, -last Saturday, but at the
top of the grade ran out of cylind
er oil and was forced to return
with two burned out eonnecliug
Mrs. Coberth has been very
Irisy the pus I .week, making p-i-j
una for t he Ked Cross.
Paul Muller brought, ihuwi a
load of Xinas trees Monday. 'Anv
body can haipe their choice for a
Mr. and Mrs. Uav Tunison and
children are spi niing a w eek in
Mi;,s: Thom.is will have an Xmas
tree ami program Friday a fieri o n
at t he school bouse.
The lecoiist rucUOn is repairing
the bridge at Slierar.
The Mays Brothers brought a
band yf cattle from Prineville last
Tuesday to winter on their Tygh
Mrs. May Hess returned home
from The Dalles Mondav.
NEWS ITEMS OF
payments due December 19.
at your Bank.
(Oi-ee hat- been vcr
eif working on the
the Ciuiit v.
oi njl pat ron-i
Crover Vobb took a cold plunge
iWbUktyi k few dtyi vgo.
In i H v this weeit worliing on
telephone directory for Maupin.
This, t .i our knuv 1m!i ut lean, ii
lire lir.-l diiecloi-v for this end ot
ft contains the i no es
the local Kwilch-
ooa i ' , , ""iki'rii 1 1 d a I ih a he I ieii 1 1 y ,
and i ppot-ile each name is line
number with which the plionf) iB
c nnected and the call signatures
in figures. This system is me I
practically everywhere and the
local operators have needed it to
i e ider proper service for some
! t me. The book h-t eon .iss of
1 1 waive p:;gi-s an I a coer sci-uody
la;-: cmd, and lontains- a number l'elid leloil ly( for I he cu r
of advert iHiueutu" contributed by lent RHSortuiHitat Jory.
live loculbiiBiucHH jieoplo. I TiiucH, li.'W jw year,
A couple inches of snow fell
early veslerday morning and if
preseni indications don't fail we
may jet have -a white Christmas.
A son was Uiru to Mrs. Sylyest
er Hardin of Wbite lliver Wed
Mr. ml Mrs. II. F, Woodcock
have just received the news of the
promotion of their son Cieil Wood
cock from second to first lieuten
aul. .lieutenant W'oodcocit arrived
over sens last April and was sub
soqudntly transferred from the
field artillery to the railway ar
W. H. Staats is unable to at
tend to duties in the store the last
The Maupin garage sold Chev
rolet cars this week to Charles
Delore and 0. II. Crofoot and
have a new on the market which
they will gladly demonstrate to
anyone and show how to operate.
Ik-moiislrtitor liarnet will bo here
from Moro Monday with a Baby
Jolin Fat-low- was in' town a
couple days the last na the week.
Mrs, Jack Powers and children
contracted the H a noon after their
return home. Mrs. Durham left)
Saturday morning locale for them
Mr. and Mrs. Laco DcCamp
have rented the Maupin hotel and
are making preparations to open.
Gei. Woodruff and family nn t
ored over from Tygh Wednesday
The w hole f i ui i 1 y will enjoy a
Tra Bin Biscuit Co's.
Cakes and Cookies
Better Come and Get Yours Now
While the Sizes are in Tact
. Frank Itatty of Ih
has been slopping
New Crop Nevada Comb Honey
Also Large Shipment of Cabbage for Kraut
Fancy Baldwin Apples
Call or Phone for Yonrs at
Het aSa StoTe
'At Your S-tvuc"
Huily home in, Tho Dalles and re
eeiviie; medical treatment there
has bed n quite sick with the flu,
but is reported as improving.
Geo. Osborne iR engaged clean
ing ground and burning sagebrush
yn the Maynard ranch which he
'The home of I K. Crahtl'ec was
made happy Sunday when l,--ter
and Chester Crabtreo arrived home
They were called into service in
September and sent, lo Camp
Lewis, and from there were sent
ifo Cump Lewis and V-rr in a j
! I raini n? si le -ol in I . ,nrode-;
I when Ihi-v r ived l lc'ir d I'hari-e
Tb'-v are the lii-t soldiei bov;, to
get h.iuv home here.
Mr, and Ala, Kie1 i.et.vio
word from their son Arthur that
he was well now atid with his
Jcoiupuu)" guarding the line, The
.letter was written November VI.
j Sidney Wilson writes to . borne
'f.iiki from Franep that he is well
i and out of tho lio.pil al.
! Hany Pratt has al-ei I i-.m iieaol
, from since the war I'll'ied. Ilei-,
helping conk in one of Hie camps
j in France.
j X. C Ileilin t ok Sielbi ami
' Anion Davis to Ma p n Sunday
ji'Vening where they look the night
ir-iin f"f Iter i.
J Clyde Fl'iun am" no liom 'FytiL
, Sat urday i-vi oin r :Uid .j oi S.in-
Nov is the time to do your planning for
LmMhigo that yon are going to build in the
vSpriog. s We have lots of time to help you
do this work. Our list of plans for
Houses, BarnsSheds and all Kinds of
Buildings are zX your disposal
What we don't have we can get.
Our architectural depet toent is 'rearen to go'
Tum-A-Liiin Lumber Company
some or the: tis:ngj. hiai
DO YOUR .NOTAUV W0KK.
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HUNT YOU A SAKKTY DKI'O, IT
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