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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 7, 1919)
Demoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
VOL 5, NO. 17
MAUP1N SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY. OREGON. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 7. 191$
THE YEAR $1.50
Street Work Delayed
the street improvement com
menced last Friday -was making
good progress and had not the
vsnow and rain stopped the work
would be about completed as far
' as grading to a level is concerned.
Considerable of .the water main
bad to changed. H. 11. Kaiser
handed most of the plumbing.
Others on the work were 0. B.
and J. W. Derthick, John and
Dave Donaldson, Mike and Frank
Creager. Tom Muir, Ira Kistner;
Laeo DeCamp Louis Dei thick and
Ben Cook, 'the latter is also mak
ing a cross-walk between the Jory
and Staats- mercantile houses.
It Pays to Pay
F. M. Jory
Our complete line of Pendleton Goods
including Bed Blankets, Robes, Bathrobes
Mackinaws, Steamer Rugs, Shawls
is offered at a saving of
10 per cent
You have been waiting for cheaper
woolen goods now is the time to buy
offer holds good balance of February.
I Pvq n Pir Pack T
E. J. FISCHER, 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
HOOD'S CASH STORE
GENERAL MERCHANDISE jj
w PREFERRED STOCK TRU-BLU BISCUIT COS
Staple and Fancy ... " Cookies, Crackers and
. GROCERIES CONFECTIONS ;
. ROSE CITY BRAND GOODYEAR
Mackinaws, Logger Shirts, Wet Weather I
Flannel Shirts and Water- . Footwear
.r Repellent Wear STOCK SALT
Light Hardware, Tinware, Granite ware, Glassware
HOOD'S CASH STORE
Alwavs at Your Service
SENT IN BY OUR
The ground hog certainly sow
hi a sadow here Sunday, as the
sun rose bright and clear and re
mained so all day, and the old
say ing that there will be six weeks
more winter seems likely to be
true, or at least has started out
that way. as about three inches of
snow fell Monday night, and Tiles
day night six inches more, but
the Chinook has struck, and it
Cash at Jory's
Fraley Shop Sold
'Blacky' James who has had
the management of the blacksmith
shop of the Maupin Garage, and
Blucksniithing, owned by Fraley
& Vauderpool, with Ray Aub ey
have foinied partnership and pur
chased the blacksmith tools and
equipment." The deal was made
Thursday morning. The young
men have 6ince been butty moving
their outfit to the location former
ly occupied by A. F. Martin,
having leased the same. They
expect to be ready for business
seems likely that it will soon dis
appear. 'lhursday night, about a
Mrs. Vesta White and sons who
were visiting here last week left
Friday night for Vancouver, Wn.
where she has received employment
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Molt were
vWnic visitors the first of the
Mr. 'and Mrs. Goodenough mov
ed from Pine Groyeto tfieir home
stead on the hills the last of the
Mr9. Dorothy Maynard received
some geese from the Morrow ranch
in Wamio last Friday and will go
into the goose business this yea?.
Louis Woodaide received his
discharge from the army and ar
rived home Saturday from Camp
Mr, and Mrs. John Lewis were
made happy Friday when their
son Herbert who has been in the
aviation corps and hu been in t) e
east for about eighteen months,
arrived home. Ho has been an
instructor in that depnitment for
Mrs. H. N. Dodge left bore Fri
day for an extended visit with
r lativea in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Rice left
here Thursday for Estacada.
Mrs. Annie Smith returned to
her home here Friday from Pine
Grove where she has been helping
care for the sick at the Weberg
home. They are all able to be up
Fred Pratt who enlisted in the
National Guards last summer nt
Salem, received his call Fii ay
and left Monday for Salem wiier
he will be Federalized into the
army if he papses his examinations
Miss Irene Doyle who recently
graduated from Tim Dalles hob-
pital left Monday for Chehalis,
Wn., where she has accepted a
position in a. hospital.
Clyde Fhnn made a trip to
Maupin Friday, bringing up a
load of mill feed.
Bill Maynard was a Maupin
visitor Friday. :
Alfred Weberg spent several
days last week at his ranch on
Mr. and Mrs. Frank flustin
went to Dufur Friday remaining
till Monday. They report that
Bernard Hustin is still in a very
critical condition. He has been
congnod to his bed for the part
nmit'i, first with' influenza and
intumonia foliwed and y hen
almost recovered from that, other
complications set in which will
keep him in his bed several wools
Mrs. Rice received a letter from
her son Arthur who has been over j
seas, saying he had arrived at
Camp Fremont, Cat., and was
well and expected to be home in a
few days. I
I Charlie Cox has purchased the
Stahl house of Chas. Walker mi 1
is preparing to move it on skids to
his lace at Pine Grove, j
The patrons of the Pine Grove
In arder tn avoid danger from
' flu" infection from the crowds
which collect in the postotllce each
diy while the mail is being dis
tributed, the postmaster and teh -phone
operators hit upon tie
scheme of doing their daily disin
f'Cting at this particular time, aid
th eir method of iiMing the disin
fectant is a novel one, thi.t of
putting formaldehyde in a shallow,
vessel on a hot stove. Most of the
germs are either killed or driven
from the room and most of the
occupants of the room us well.
district fumigated and cleaned
their school house the lirst of the
week, and it's reported that school
will reopen there in the near fu
ture, as the llu has disappeared
from that section. '
Mrs. Cyr came up from Manpin
Monday and remained here until
Wednesday looking utter business.
Word was received from Mrs.
V. B. T.-ipp this week saying that
they had all had the llu, but were
all hble to be up again.
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Mayfield
returned home the first of the
week after a week's Btay on Smock.
Mrs. Geo. Iteebe is stopping- at
the home of Mrs. Jake Tusehin r
Lyle Bigbe came up from Port
land last week and is visaing his
parents and relatives here.
Ruby "Wilson came over from
Wamio last Friday is visiting
here this, week.
Pearl Eviek who was thn latest
victim of the tluun this vicinity.
has recovered from it and is now
well again. i
Mrs. Geo. Sanders of The Dulles'
whofe husband reccwily died in
Frauce of typhoid feyer, is w. It
known here, having taught in the
Mack Hollman returned home
from Maupin last evening, wh rJ
he hat beon looking after business
interests for several days.
in order to
H H IT
will sell a limited amount of 2, 2x4, 2x6
and 2x8, Shiplap and 1x12 boards for $15.00
for sale on the
you want in on
SOME OF THE THINGS 1 HAV Wt CAN DO FOR
DO YOUR NOTARY WORK,
SELL JCOUuYaKM tOrC 10u.'
RENT YOU A SAFETY DEPOSIT BOX,
BUY YOUR WHEAT. BARLEY AND OAJ3.
TAKE GARE OF YOUR BANKING BUSINESS.
DO YOUR UNITED STATES COMMISSIONER WORK.
GIVE US A TRIAL. WE CAN AND WILL makh; guuu
MAUPIN STATE BANK
NEWS ITEM S OF
The following is an exerpt of a
letter received by O H. Derthh k
in regard to our most direct mute
to Portland in tho interest of
which N.- G. Hedin is working:
' The State Highway Commis
sion will hold a public hearing in
Portlau February 8th in regard to
the Hood River around Mt. Hood
to Government Camp Highway
Loop. They propose to buid it
this season. In order to 1 e of
service to Central Oregon travel it
is absolutely necessary to build
missing link from Wasco Com ty
Plains to this loop highway to
that travel may go direct to Port
land over the Government can p
route instead of going north fifty
miles further in reaching Forth n I
Estel Stovall has had consider
able misfortune for one boy the
past few months. After suffering
u broken arm early in he fall, he
had the flu a short tin e ago.
While outplaying Monday he fell
on a rock in such manner aa to
break the previously afflicted arm
in the same place.
' Fraley & Vanderpool are pre
paring to renovate and ceil the
n'erior of their building formerly
occupied bv the hlacksmithing de
partment. 10. J. Styer has rented
the! building and will take posses
sion about March 1st. Job Crab-
true bus the contract for refiooring
and completing the building.
George Cunningham teceived
li s discharge from Camp' Lewis
and ai rived home January 23. He
then enjoyed the mumps a week
before getting out trt see his friends
George is quite well acquainted
wi h his little son, but thinks he
make room for spring stock,
a car load of 7 ft. cedar posts
car at 18 cents. Get busy if
ihis list of bargains
On the Job
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Cyr are
herefrom Wapinitia and entering
enthusiastically in their' newly
acquired business, the former
Harphum confectionery. An in
iroduclion by usis unnecesi-ary.
as they are quite well and favor
ably known already. Mr. Cyr is
mi active member of the Galel &
Cyrrchestra which has furnished
music here for numerous occasions
A hearty welcome is extended to
them by the business circle of
Maupin. As opportunity permits
with continuance of regular rou
tine, they are renovating, paint
ing, etc., which will when complet
ed give the place a new and
would be less expensive when it
comes time for presents haj he "
arrived the day previous.
The new stock Ipom of the
Maupin Garage is completed and
adds much to the appearance and
will give much better display lor
(heir line of stock.
When attempting to losen a
bench by an under strike with a
sledge hammer yesterday morning
Mr. JameB slipped and the ham
mer dealt him a severe blow on
Snow fell Monday night and
has been quite . wintery since.
Three or four inches fell yesterday
W. H. Staats is a business visit
or in Portland tins week.
John G. Hessler, pastor.
The usual church services
be resumed Sunday
Feb. 9, 1919.
Sunday School 10.
Class meeting 12:15
F.vening service at 7:30,
All are welcome.