7? 1? Yr 11 jilLLi Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County VOL 5, NO, 13 MAUPIN SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY, OREGON. FRIDAY. JANUARY 10. 191? THE YEAR $1.50 Frankie Patison Dead Mrs. W. C. Gullifonl of 547 Margnerette Ave., Portland, died at 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon of congestion of the lungs. Her husband was very low with influ enza and not expected to live that night, but relatives here had no other word last evening. Frances Patison Gullifonl was the only daughter of Mr. mid Mrs. Henry Putison of Dufur and has many friends and relatives in this county who mourn her loss. he possessed a cheerful, happy dis position and was loved by all who knewher. Funeral services will be held at Uufur. SEN! IN BY OUR Wapinitia Items irtill tne clear, cold weather continues here. The mercury has been several degrees below freezing for almost three weeks. The roads are getting fine; in some places the dust flies on top of the frozen ground. The iee is about twalve inches thick, almost everyone put ting up a supply for next summer. Mrs. Ball arrived heie from Idaho the last of the week, and is "It Pays to Pay Cash at Jory's" TORY'S'- F. M. Jory H. B. Jory There Will be no change in the policy of JORY'S. We will continue to serve you as formerly. ' Your continued patronage solicited. "It Pays to Pay Cash at Jory's" J E. J.FISCHEB, Prop. Complete line of Tubes and Casings . Automobile Accessories General repairing on all makes of cars All work guaranteed and prices reasonable We are at your service Fischer's Maupin visiting at the home of her mother Mrs. Will Maynard. Mr, and Mrs. Ceo. Magill and son Owen, and Mrs. Vesta White and sons came over from Wamic Saturday and visited at the Fiinii home till Sunday evening. The second wave of the flu has hit this, section and hit hard. While thrl'R are no eases yet in this immediate vicinity, about 40 exist in the Pine Grove district a few miles from here. The disease is in a much more violent form than the first wave and one death has occurred from it. School anil all public gatherings have discontinued here, W. 15. Foreman was a Maupin visitor Wednesday. Mrs. Mary Pechette returned to her home here after a year's visit wiih relatives in Seattle, Portland and Alaska. G. li. Wood was ' qver from Wamic last, week and," delivered 51 lead of fat cattle to Maupin, S.it irday. Fi -ink McCoy is spending this week on his homestead on the Desohuttes. , B. L. and W. K.i Foreman and a number of others from this p'ace attended the Wasco County Slock Association meeting at Tygh Valley Saturday. J. P. Abbott sold 800 head of mutton sheep to a Portland firm last week. ' ' Miss Jensen from Hood River arriyed Saturday to take charge. of the Oak Grove school but left Monday for her home on account of illness. - Special prayer meetings were held at the church here last week. Leonard Wilson made a trip to Wamic Sunday, taking his sister Ruby back to he school there. The lied Cross here is quite bmy finishing up their work and arrt making cookies to send to The Dilles for distribution among the 8 ildiers passing through there. after spending the holidays with the fwrmer's parents at Middle- brook. . ..." Mrs. A. E, Lake gave a part Saturday night for her son Charley who spent the holidays at home. Sandwiches, oaromels,- ice cream and cake were served. About six teen pet sons attended. Hrt left Monday for Portland. The .school was taken up here Monday after a vacation of ten weeks. Smock, Pine ('I rove, aim Middlebrook schools were resumed Monday. Little Carmel Woodcock is now able to walk from her bed to a chair. Floyd Johnson went to Juniper Saturday. Ellis Dough'ton accom panied him home, remaining over flight. Several of the young people from here attended the dance giv en in the Morris hall at Tygh Sat urday night. Miss Cora Hadley arrived Sat urday from The Dalles, taking up school in the Middlebrook district Monday. John Farlow was a Maupin vis-' itor Saturday. Mrs. Frankie Palmateer receiv ed a letter last week from jier son Sammie Douglas who is in France This is the first news from him since October 3. Viryl Bonney and Clyde FJinn were up from Tygh Saturday. Mrs. Clara Bell Cutty who died in The DaMes Saturday was a former resident here arid hud many warm friends who mourn her passing away. Wamic Newi HOOD'S CASH STORE GENERAL MERCHANDISE PREFERRED STOCK ' TRU-BLU BISCUIT CO S Staple and Fancy Cookies, Crackers "and ...GROCERIES CONFECTIONS ROSE CITY BRAND GOODYEAR ' Mackinaws, Logger Shirts, Wet Weather Flannel Shirts and Water- ' Footwear Repellent Wear ' STOCK SALT Liyht Hardware, JTinware-, Granitevrare, Glassware HOOD'S CASH STORE Always at Your Service Jan. 7, 1919 The lowest temperature here since the recent cold spell was C above on the night of the 30lh with only one degree higher the uext night. New Year's day dawn ed bright and clear. The farmers are suffering win ter drouth; the ponds and ditchep being frozen over, many of them have to drive their cattle to the creeks. Mrs. Martha Dean was gladden ed a week ago Saturday when her son Arch Smith who has been gone 31 years arrived from Kiskia Idaho. Mrs. Ethel Magill gave a pleas ant party to a number of the young people hereXew Year's eve. L-e cream and cake were served. Mrs. Josie Lake sent ?S sweaters to tlm lied Cross in The Dalles Saturday Miss M. K. Compton arrived (Saturday from a fow duyu' stay in Portland. N ( Mr. and Mrs. Charley Durham of North Yakima, W'n.; isited I relatives and friends here last I week.' They are former residents ! of Tygh Valley. j Don Miller arrived Friday from I Camp Lewis where lie was muster i dd out of Service. He returned ' recently from England where he ,had gone, being in the aviation ! corps. I Mrs. M, Duncan spent the Christinas wet k at, the Chailey j Duncan home on Smock. Mr. and Mrs. George Childers ! returned Wednesday to .Condon The Portland Painless Dentist ofiice will he -open and ready f r business on and after January 12, 1919. All work guaranteed. W. T. Slatten, D. I). 8., Prop. G. Ij. Ilarphain relumed Mo - day from Nampa, Idaho, having purchased a 40 acre farm two miles from that place. A. C. Moad bought one the same size LOCAL BUSINESS MAN PASSES Raymond Cordes Jory was the oldest son of Mrs. Emily F. and the late Prof. T. C. Jory of the Willamette University, and was born in Salem, Oregon, May 14, 1SSS, and died in Maupin, O.egon January (ith, MID, aged y'O years, 7 months, 24 days. He was educated in Salem and vicinity and received his diploma from the Capitol Business Col lect in December, 1908, In January following he accepted, his first po sition as bookkeeper for Van Duyn it Adams of Tygh Yalley, which position i he held until the firm changed hands, In October; 1909 he was mar ried to Miss Fern Muir, who with two little sons, Melvin aged 8 years and Raymond aged 0 years suryiye. In August, 1910, Mr. Jory ac cepted a. position as bookkeeper and general manager of the Pen dleton Woolen Mills, remaining there for over live years when his physicians ordered a complete rest to recuperate his health. With his family he went fo Silver City, New Mexico, returning to Maupin, Mandi liril, 1918, and the following month opened a general morchondise store. The latter part of November he was taken ill wth Spanish influenza which hastened his death. ,Pesides his faithful wife and Iwo little boys he leaves his mother, Mrs. Kmily F, Jury, a sister Com-taneo Jory of S.ilcm, Oregon, a brother, II. Ii. Jory of Maupin and many friends to mourn his loss. Raymond, as lie was familiarly culled, was of a cheerful disposi tion, always making the best of every situation, He had keen business ability and Jiis integrity won for their business a liberal Young Girl Passes (Wapinitia) Alice Weburg, the oldest daugh ter of Mr. and MrB. OHie Weburg, passed away Tuesday night after a .few days' illness. She had been attending high' school in Dufur and had only been home a few days when she took down with iniVnzn. Funeral' services' and interment will be made in the Kelly cemetery Thursday. The rest of the family except Mr. Weburg and Leonard are d wn with the disease. The family have the sympathy of this entire community in their HiUi bereavement. patronage. Funeral services were conducted from the H. B. Jory home Wed nesday morning by Rev. G. E. Wood of Wamic and interment mule in the Kelly cemetery. Card of Thanks We wish to extend our heartfelt appreciation of the kindnesses of friemlB and neighbors during the illness and death of our husband, son and father, and also for the floral offerings of the business people of Maupin. Mrs. Fern Jory, Mrs. Emily F. Jory, Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Jory. At tho lime of the Albert hotel fire last Thursday morning the Optomist office also suffered se verely,, destroying the one edition almost ready for distribution and making a removal of the fixtures to new quarters necessary before operations can he resumed. So if you are a paid in advance sub scriber of the Optomist don't blame tho editor for missing u or iple editions. Ho is doing the best he can. If not send your cheek. It will be appreciated. A. Crahfree returned Tuesday from a week's visit in Tha Dulles. Now is the time to do your planning for buildings that you are going to build in the Spring. We have lots of time to help you do this work. Our list of plans for Houses, Barns, Sheds and all Rinds of Buildings are at your disposal What we don't have we can get. Our architectural deportment is 'rearen to gV Think this over. Tum-A-Lum Lumber Company SOME OF THE THINGS THAI we. CAN DO FOR .DO YOUR NOTARY WORK. . ' SfcLL YOUR FA KM FOK jOo, , RENT YOU A SAFETY-DEPOSIT POX, BUY YOUR WHKAT. PARLEY AND OATS, TAKE CARE OF YOUR NANKING BUSINESS. DO YOUR UNITED STATICS COMMISSIONER (W0RK. GIVE US A TRIAL. WE CAN AND WILL MAM; uuuu MAUPIN STATE BANK vrj J!