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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (April 11, 1919)
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Demoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
VOL.5, NO. 26
MAUP1N SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY. OREGON. FRIDAY. APRIL 11. 1919
THE YEAR $1.50
SENT IN BY OUR
Mra. P. J. Kirscb entertained
very charmingly at ber home lest
Sunday in honor of her brother,
Alfred Herrling, who ha3 just re
turned from France. The after
noon was spent in social chatting,
and delicious refreshments ve;e
served of cake and punch. Thoe
present were Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
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It Pays to Pay
F. M. Jory
Castor Machine Oil
HATS HATS HATS
"It Pays to Pay Cash at Jory's
GAS and OIL
i fit 8 8 m fi&ftMfi
Contractors and Builders
Estimates Furnished Free
Silos a Specialty
We do Concrete WorK, is
Header Boxes, draw plans
and specifications for any
ff and all Kinds of building
ti JOHNSON CQ. DOAIi
fi a a is fi fi m fi n
Mr. aud Mrs. D. B. Appling, Mrs
R. II. DeCamp, Mrs. Coade, Mrs.
Orcult, Miss Frances Kirsch,
Maiie Appling, Alfred Herrling,
Bert Knight, B. F. Herrling, A
J. Baxter, Otto Herrling, Ed
Herrling, Bonnie Duue, Gordon
Miller, Margaret and Fern Ap
pling, Theadoreand Ernest Kirscli
Mrs. Bert Knight and son Jim
are visiting relatives at Kinaley
E. J. Miller's team became
frightened while at the Ft hool
house last Friday and ran aivuy.
Mr. Miller was forluuate as he
found nothing broken except a
spoke in one buggy wheel.
Cash at JoryV
Ladies' and Gents'
D. A. Miller and family are oc
cupying the Tom Swift houfe here
in town, having moved there last
John Illingsworth has leased the
Jake Spath farm for three years.
c Paul Illingsworth and family
who have spent the past two weeks
at their home on Middlebrook will
leave soon for The Dalles.
Lewie McCoy spent several days
here from Freda last week telling
bis friends of his experiences in
Omar and Lester Brittain were
here Thursday from lower Tygh.
Jake Spath and family weie
here from The Dalles Sunday re-
nriining over night.
Frank Huston and family and
: Hurry Pratt were visitors at tl e
!g H. Wood home Sunday rim
'jjn per Flat.
I M s A. E. Lake scut out 16
skirls and 12 hoy suits Saturday
(and received 23 more shirts and
33 Bkins to be made.
The bituk in the telephone line
b tween this place and Maupin
has been repaired.
Huston mid Howard Johnson
and Erma and Alma Driver wei
Tygh viiti rn Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Pratt
were made happy Sunday a tele
gram announcing the arrival of
their son Carl in Boston on his
return trom France.
Dr, and Mrs, Short came over
from Dufur today mid got Mr,
and Mis. W. H. Johnson and lit
tle daughter Hazel who went on
to The Dalles. "
Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Ei v r aid
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Woo h'wk
we'it to The Dalles Sunday.
Mrs. Marion Duncan spent rv
eral days in The Dalles last weel .
Mrs. Ipha Duucan and Mr.. J.
Howell were down from Suhah
A very heavy rain fell here Fri
day night. Some snow fell Satur
day moruing but melted away
immediately. A heavy frost and
ice fcunday night.
4 A hill baby was born to Mr
and tihi. Audy Booth Saturday
, Bill, Charley and Alton Mung r
visited at the Henry Miller l.ou.e
returning to The Dalles Friday.
Mrs. IUbel Weber arrived today
from Seattle to visit her 1 o e
folks, Mr. and Mis. F. A. Moirow
piously Johnson bad a brea'
'down to bis car this afternoon
while out joy riding with a party
of young people,
T. E. Morgetmen went to Mosier
Quite a bit ot freight is being
hahldcd from Sberar lately.
A party was held at the Mullrr
huLi.e laht Thursday evening be
fore the hoys returned to Vancii
ver to resume their work. The
eyening wag much "enjoyed in
Jul ling taffy and play ug out-c f
Quilt a crew of men are at v o k
on the ditch between, heie i lid
Tygh. It will ceitainly be a greit
Roby Ashley has niovel in the
old Uudcrhill j'l.ite recently
caled by Arthur Ashley.
Dr. Shannon was called to the
Muller borne as Mrs, M. took aud
doly very ill Sunday ercning,
but we learn the it much impiov
ed at present.
The Portland Puinlees
All work guaranteed.
SUtten, D. D. S., Prop
ond'St.. The Dalles.
Several fine lEbtver have fallen
lately and last Saturday morning
about daybreak snow commenced
falling and kept it up till nearly
noon, when it was about two inch
es deep, Rain fell during the
afternoon and evening, which was
of great benefit as lie ground was
becoming quite hard and dry in
Al Daniels arrived here Fiiday
from Portland after spending the
past winter there and at Rat e
Mr. Shelly arrived here Sund y
from Hood River. Heciimeaf.tr
a spaii of mules belonging to tl e
Government. He was school su
perintendent in this county years
W. B. Keen arrived home from
Portland Saturday evening. He
reports Mrs. Keen as very much
improved and that she with Mr.
and Mrs. Hedin will be here this
J. P. Abbott reports over 1800
little lambs at present.
Mrjs. C. 0. Maynard is suffering
from a severe attack of lumbago,
being unable to walk for several
Jim llattuian and Herbeit Ham
tuer came out from The Dulles the
first of the week, each bringing
out new Fords.
E. A, Hartman returned hpine
Monday from a business tiip to
The Dalles and Portland.
N. W. Flinn made a trip to
Miupin Fiiday bringing up a load
of feed and flour which he got at
The Williams truck has made
several trips up from Maupin the
past week bringing up feed.
B. L. Foreman and Mis. Smith
made a tiip to The Dalles Tuesday
Severn! new homesteadnrs have
eUled over on tne Nona the past
Pearl Eyick was a visitor nt
Grass Valley lust week.
Mro, Sinfred and little daughter
ai. v il here .Sunday from Great
FalU,Montatm, nil is stopping
at the home ol her brother, Feu
Joj ticahui inai'e a tiip to
Camas Trine the fust of the week
on horse baek and .says that the
stirrups ef his saddle it i g in the
mow in ninny places,
Sullinau (.ioodeuuugh had hired
EAT ALL YOU WANT!
No More Git en (he Stomach or 9our
Stomachl No More Heavy Feeling
After Meals or Comtipation!
If joii have sour stomach, coir.li
lulion or am on the slumm l) ONiO
St'OONTUIj simple hurk'hnrn hnrk,
Klyoriiio, etc.. as inlxrd In Aillcr l Uu,
will bring you INSTANT rclinf.
Adlnr-l-ka rtrawg alt the old f mil
matter from the system leaving the
liowola and nloinarh linli and
CLEAN, rendy to dlR"iit anything.
Guards against appendlclUa.
' Tor tale at
The Maupin Drug Store
SOME OF THE THINGS THAI wt CAN DO TOR YOU
DO YOUR NOTARY WORK,
StXL KUUK FA KM FUK )u.
RENT YOU A SAFETY DEPOSIT BOX.
BUY YOUR WHEAT. BAKLEY AND OATS.
TAKE CARE OF YOUR BANKING BUSINESS.
DO YOUR UNITED STATES COMMISSIONER WORK.
GIVE US A TRIAL, WE CAN AND WILL MAKK OOuD
MAUPIN STATE BANK
to Mr. Johusou and is running a
jitney between here aijd Maupin.
F ur men arrived here Sunday
evening and looked at honiesieadB
on tl e hills Monday.
Mr. Richmond who has rented
E. A. Hartman's machine hhop
for a garage arrived here wiih hie
tauiily Monday and moved into
the Rains house. He has gone to
Portland to get the necessary ma
chinery to put in the shop.
At White River
Mrs. W. O. Wils'in, Leu, Ruby
and D m were down from Wapini
tia last Sunday visiting at J. G.
Mrs. Emma Morrow returned
from The Dalle, last Friday and
is at the home of her parents, J.
Mr. and Mrs. Hess returned
from The DhIIhh where hu bus
been putting out fruit trees on his
ranch. Ray Tunison has been
operating the plant in Mr. Hess'
Wallace Conley had quite a
su xie the other nighl. For par
ticulars see Wallace.
Eldridge Aehles took threo pa
tients in Lia tar to Bee the doctor
For sale 1916 Dodge as good
as new, f 750.00. Shattuck Bros.
HOOD'S CASH STORE
Staple and Fancy
Mackinaws, Logger Shirts,
Flannel Shirts and Water
Light Hardware, Tinware,
HOOD'S CASH STORE
Always at Your Service
Jave your feed
In a SILO
ILet us Figure
Out your size
Built of StocK Lumber
No royalties to pay
Tum-A-Lum Lumber Co.
$ A. L. Anderson, Mgr.
$f$$$$tf$$ ( $ $ $ $ $
LOCAL MILL BOYS
Wondeork Bros, have recently
purchased a large quantity of fine
Muestem wheat from the Pacific
Grain Co, for their spring run.
Since the I! ret of March they
have been grinding principally on
hard red wheal which makes some
what daiker flour than the hard
while vaiieties. Mr. Woodcock
inform) us that they will now le
in a potition to put their usual
high grade extra white flour that
they have been making since li e
sjrain restrictions have been le
'iiuved. For Sale
On account of ill health I am
offering for sale my farm of 560
acres. About 430 acres in crop,
looking fine, also one 1220 Callc
piller as good as new with John
lcr tractor plowB complete ready
for summer fallow woik. Will
sell ranch or trector eepurutelyou
ei By terms. For prices inquire of
Feu Batty, Maupin, Ore. Phone
The M. A. Moody
Dnfur burned Monday
47 horses aud luulea.
TRU BLU BISCUIT CO'S
Cookies, Crackers and
$ I I $$$$$$