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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (March 28, 1919)
Demoted to the Interests of Southern' Wasco County
VOL 5, NO. 24
MAUPIN SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY. OREGON. FRIDAY. MARCH 28. 1919
THE YEAR $1.50
A Golden Star
(Special.) The funeral of Ed
ward Smith was held at Tygh
Tuesday at 1 o'clock in tbe I. 0.
O. F. hall, and burial made in
the Mauser cemntery..
George Edward Smith was born
Januaiy 24, 1895, at Seneca, Mo.,
and died March 18, 1919, of bron
chial pneumonia, at New York
city. He was in artuy'Barviee and
belonged to the 46th Regimental
Supply company. He went across
to Frau.ee in October aud came
back on the Ship Comfort which
landed March 16th. He was 24
leavetfa mother; one Bister, and
four brothers to mourn bis lots
and a great many friends. ti. E.
Woods of Wamic preached the
services. He was given a military
burial by returned soldiers. Fir
ing Squad, II. R. Kaiser in charge
E. A. Cyr. bugler, Tom Muir,
Arthur Rice, Louis Woodside,
Rnymo'jd Doering, Chester Brit
tain, Harry Brown, Owen M 'Cor
kle, Barney Oldfield. Honorary
Pall Bearers, Adolphus Mdliew,
Herbert Lewis, Elmer Munier,
Edward Riteb, Henry Clark,
There were many beautiful
years, 2 months of age. He j floral offerings.
It Pays to Pay Cash at Jory's
F. M. Jory
'It Pays to Pay Cash at Jory's
GAS and Oil
Spring weather with nice sun
hitiydays and cool frosty nights
K. Weisbeck made a trip to
Mori) and The Dulles last week
A. A. Bonney went to The
Dalles Saturday to attend business
' Vearl Bonney made a trip to
Dufur Saturday and his brother
Loris accompanied him home after
being away toj school all winter.
Mr. Harth returned from Port
land Friday. He is serving on
the U. S. Grand Jurv und expects
to go back soon.
Williard Wing passed through
Tvgh with a load of hay Friday
going tu his place at Wauiic.
Konrad Hanser Jr. returned
lust Friday from" John Day wbero
h" has been herJing sheep and
left Wednesday for Kent, Oregon.
V. H. MoAtee who is iB Berving
oii the grand jury returned home
Wednesday evening to Btay till
Suiidny.' He says he may have to
be dowij there till July. '
Miss Charlotte Munger return
ed from The Dalles last Friday
ifter two weeks in thehospital.
Mrs. Q. C. Morrow and lierj
parents mailt1 a trip to The Dalles
last week. Mr.. Morrow expects'
to go back fur medical treatment
Ms Eva Mi At.ee was hello girl
Saturday, Mr, Whaite was able
to sit up a hitlu and hopes to re
turn to work soon.
K. L. Hauser left Wednesday,
for Kent, taking Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Kistner over to held in the lamb
Tom Swift has rented and taken
possession of tbe Thompson place.
The Tygh Valley Telephone
Association held s meeting at
Tygh in the I. O. 0. F. hall last
rfuuday. It was quite well attend
ed biA some didn't know anything
about it as it was gotten up u. J
short notice. It was decided to
let Mr. Morrow take the switch
board after May 1st.
Misses Imo aud Eva McAtee,
Madge Kistner, Gladys Morrow
and Mrs. Roger Wbaito came very
near having a serious automobile
accident Monday evening while
out tiding in McAtee's car. Geo.
Woodruff and his gas lantern were
the cause of the accident, as they
had no lights on their car and
thought it was another car coming
and turned out for it to pass, the
light blinding them, and the car
went over the grade on the fill to
the new bridge. No oue was hurt
and uo damage to the car.
Clyde ; Oliver returned home
Thursday from Camp Lewis. Lec
is still across the waters.
The weather the past week has
'lEen far more like May than
March. Days are real warm, but
Plowing has commenced in geu-
eral. Bum early gardens are being
made. Full sown grain looks fine
The Maynard road crew com
pleted tbir road work Wednesday.
Rev. Geo. Chapman, our pastor
here resigned and will leave for
his home iu the Valley in the near
future. The community regret
their leaving as they will be sadly
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Keen left
Sunday for Portland where Mrs.
K. will receive medical treatment.
Pearl Evick was a visitor at The
Dulles this week.
Al Dunning came down from
Sunflower Flat Monday and com.
nienccd plowing for B. L. Foreman
Dr. Shannon came up from
Tygh Tuesday and examined' a
dumber who are taking out life
Harry Pratt who has beel! in
the army almost two years and in
France since August arrived home
here Sunday night. He was cook
in a in the camps most of the time
while oyer sea3.
Mis. Frankie Thomas who wat
visiting at the Abbott home Inst
week was called to Hood Rivet
Friday by the illness of her broth
er, Henry Abbott.
C. T. Bouney visited our schoo1
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Huston
made the round trip to Dufur Bun-
d.iy. Mis. Huston's brother. Mr.
Myers, who has been in the army
and saw seven months service in
France came homo with them and
is visiting hove. Bernard Huston
is able to be around on crutches.
Several attln loads went fiom
here .Tuesday afternoon and at
tended Edward Smith's funeral at
Tygh Valley. A number of the
soldier boys went from here.
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Wood and
Mr. Wood's sister came over fiom
Wamic Friday and visited till
Saturday evening at the Pratt
llurry Gabel is riding in a
Chevrolet car which he recently
purchased. The Gabel famil vis
lie Sunday at the J. I. West home
P. J, Olsen and family came
over from Shaniko Saturday even-
(to last pag''
Wasco's ""crack sqund of clay
bird shoolers will he here Sunday,
Mitrch 80lh to meet and nofsiblv
destroy the ambitions of the local
bunch iu a 50 bird shoot. This is
going to be some affair and will be
well worth coming to see Sunday
at 2 o'clock, March 80th.
A meeting will be held Sunday,
March 80 al the school house at 4
p. ni. for the purpose of organiz
ing a team for the season of 1919.
Meeting called by
j- L. D. Kelly.
1 mare 7 years old, 1 coll one
year old, i hoYse fl years old, for
sale by E. A. Cyr, Maupin, Ore.
HOOD'S CASH STORE
Staple and Fancy
'ROSE CITY BRAND
Maclqnavvs, Logger Shirts, 1
Flannel Shirts and Water-
Repellent Wear '
Light Hardware, Tinware,
TRU BLU BISCUIT CO'S
Cookies, Crackers and
HOOD'S CASH STORE
, Always at Your Service
For your Children's
U. S- Department of Labor
W. B. Wilson, Sec'y of Labor
Adds to the Wealth
of the Country
U. S. Department of Labor
W. B. Wilson, Sec'y.
THAT CITY HALL,
SCHOOL HOUSE, CHURCH
U. S.' Department, of Labor.
W. B. Wilson, Sec'y. of Labor
& & a a & m n & & & a &
JOHNSON (a DOAR
Contractors and Builders
Estimates Furnished Free
Silos a Specialty
fl We do Concrete Work, &
Header Boxes, draw plans
and specifications for any
15 and all Kinds of building'
15 JOHNSON DO AK
Spring is with us again and
everybody has forgotten tbe cold
day of winter as the sunshine has
brought out the flowers once mpre.
A program and box social will
be given at the Lakeview school
bouse, District 88. Look for play
and dates to be given later iu the
V. M. Snelsrm has sold his
ranch lo Tom Moss of Maupin.
Mr, Snellaon has moved with his
family to Chehalis, Wo.
The St. Patrick's party given at
the home of Mrs. C. A. Duus was
well attended. Everybody report
ed a jolly good time.
Tbe men of the Lakeview school
district met at Ihe school house
Saturday and did some work on
the school yard, thi ladies serving
the dinner. The visitors were D.
M. Shattuck and A. L. Anderson
of Maupin, Mr. Blakeuey, A. J.
Baxtef, C. Smith, Mr, and Mis.
P. J. Kirsoh.
The Lakeview school raised
This page of ads are copies of a number of various colored
posters that were sent out to th.e building industry from the
office of the U. S. Department of Labor, W. B. Wilson, Secre
tary, for Free Distribution to encourage immediate building.
May we supply free ph ns and cost estimates?
Turn-A-Lum Lumber Company
, Good by
U. S. Dept. of Labor
W. B. Wilson, Sec'y
Building be Built
so Well'and bo Quickly
that the owner will be
"I want to see
every wage earn
er own his own
U. S. Dept. of Labor
W. B. Wilson, Sec'y.
During the War
It waa PATRIOTIC
Not to Build
Now we can best Bhow
our patriotism by
U S. Dept of Labor
W. B. Wilson, Sec'y.
SOME OF THE THINGS wt. CAN DO FOR
DO YOUIi NOTARY WORK, .
SELL YOUR FA KM FUK luu.
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
an is h & m & n &
jg $3 70 for beuefit ot the Red Cross,