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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 11, 1926)
Service Our Watchword!
I "Hearts Are Trumps" !
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We offer our experience and advice to those considering
building a home. Very often a person is greatly handi
capped by not being able to procure the exact home he
wants, because of not fully understanding the problem!
commonly mot with. We will help you solve problems, an
to the best of our ability, assist you in securing a desirable
home for your family. . .;;.
' If you have nowhere found a house plan to suit you ex
i actly, let us prepare an original set of plans. We want
you to have precisely the house you have pictured in your
: mind.' A special plan drawn from your ideas may be the
way. , .. . . . , . ., .. ,
If you have a photograph or a cut of a house that appeals
to you, bring it to our office and let us quote you a price
i on the materials.
, Again we say "Service is Our Watchword."'
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will celebrate the day with a big
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The Broadway Novelty
will be on hand and discourse an entirely new repertoire
i ' of dance music, old-time and modern. ,
Civic Auditorium The DalieiL
"Snuday Night, Feb. 14
The Musical Sensation of the Season Brimfull of Ro
mance, Rag Time, Jingling Music, Hurricane Dancing,
Melody and Pretty Girls.
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0 MUSICAL SPECTACtEof FUNand FflSWJCN IcggSe I '
Of VJONDUWL O&KCRS
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Seats on Sale at Crosby Drug Store Phone 75
Prices Tax Included First 10 Rows Floor, $2.00;
Balance Floor, $-1.65; First Two Rows Balcony,
$1.63; Balance Front Balcony, $1.10; Gallery, 50c.
Rev. Sprouse Goes Away
Our Advertisers The Reliable Kind
AFTER EVERY HURT
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The Times only $1.50 a year,
Tomorrow morning Rev. A. D.
Sprouse and family are billed for
departure for their new home at
Woodburn. During the past
year and over Rev. Sprouse has
been pastor of the Free Metho
dist church at thi3 place and dur
ing his pastorate he and his
family have made many friends
He has been a sincere teacher of
the precepts of Jesus Christ and
his family have been of great as
sistance to him in his work.
That they leave JIaupin is Cause
for sincere regret of all.
Rev. Sprouse has acquired a
tract of 30 acres near Woodburn,
in the heart of the berry section
of the Willamette Valley. The
farm contains a fine five-room
house and big barn as well as
several acres set out to berries
and alfalfa. The new purchaser
will not take possession until'
October 1st, and in the mean
time will cultivate a small tract
which he ha3 rented for the sea
son. Mr. Sprouse will devote
his time to market gardening
The household goods will go by
truck and the family will follow
via Ford and be there when the
Maupin people regret the de
parture of this estimable family,
all will join in wishing them all
kinds of good luck in their new
mountaius on January 28, and
who then set a barn pn fire and
cremated the bodies of his vic
tims. The shooting grew out of
a quarrel brought on by a drink
ing bout in the homestead cabin
of Fred Knowlton. the home'
joe ferry, the murderer, is
now in the jail at Pendleton and
has made a full confession of his
Townsend, when he lived here,
was known as a hard character.
He often was under the influence
of liquor and at such times
showed he was a tough man. He
and his wife lived in a shack op
posite the rooming house. Lew
Whilhelm arrested him at one
time for abusing his wife and
raising a disturbance and Town
send then said that he expected
to "die with his boots on." That
prophecy was fulfilled with his
murder two weeks ago.
Fulfilled Own Prophecy;
Died With Boots On
"Shorty Saunders," as he was
known to many Maupin people,
but whose real name was Orville
Townsend, was one of two men
shot and killed by a half breed
Indian in the wilds of the Dlue
Wapinitia Church Service
Sunday School 10:00 a. m.,
Mrs. Josephine, Floyd, Supt.
Preaching 11:00 a. m. and 7:30
p. m., by Rev. W.'A. Mershon,
Christian Endeavor meets at
6:30, Sunday evening.
Miss Anna West was tendered
a birthday party at the home ,of
L. D. Woodside last Friday
evening. The fore part of the
evening was .spent in playing
games, then dancing occupied
the rest of the time.
An Otterbein Guild was organ
ized as a girls' missionary society
at the church last Sunday with
the following elected as officers;'
President, Ruby Powell; vice- j
president, Evadna Halburd;
Tum-A-Lum Lumber Co.
secretary, Rilla Powell; treasurer,
Florence Woodside; literary sec
retary, Helen Endersby; thanks
offering secretry, Edith Floyd.
Floyd Ober, who has been at
Arlington some time, came home
recently'apd will remain during
the summer with his father,
Carl Ober, ,
W. A. Dane is serving on the
jury at The Dalles.
G. A. Teschner has construct
ed a new garage near his resi
Miss Dorothy Doane was a
guest of Miss Crystal Hartman
Heavy rains fell several days
recently. The creek was quite
high, but did not go over its
John Powoyowtt was over
from Simnasho Sunday.
Rev. Matthews and Wm. Drake
were over from the agency Mon
day. Rev. Matthews continued
onto Portlond and Mr. Drake
returned to Simnasho.
H. E. Hammer has been carry-
iny the mail to the upper end of
the Flat recently.
Soap Special- 15 and 20 cent
toilet Boap-3 for 25 cents.
NEWS OF PINE GROVE
Mr. Dane left Sunday for The
Dalles, where he will serve on
Ed. Davis and Orlando Walters
each was so unfortunate as to
lose a horse last week.
Several Pine Grove people
attended the party at the Wood
side home at Wapinitia last Fri
day evening. The function was
given in honor of the 18th birth
day anniversary of Miss Anna
West, , - .
Little Irma, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Mayfield, is very ill.
Melvin Walters was a guest at
the Newton S. Hedin home Sun
About Town I
Sunday School at 10:00 a.m.
Preaching following at 11:00 a
m. Lvening services at 8:00 p
m. All are cordially invited to
attend.A. D. Sprouse, Pastor.
Don't forget the dance at Le
gion hall Saturday night. The
Broadway Novelty orchestra will
play, and the eats will be the
best what is. Bring all your
i icijuo in iui n juuu lime.
The Times is $1.50 per year.
The Bible has been translated
into 572 languages. , And Jimmy
Chalmers wonders if the sheep
herders', tongue is one of them.
"They say that 19.777 people
die every year in India from
snakebite' declares Jack Staats,
"I wonder why some of the
bootleggers who use Maupin as a
salesroom don't move to India?"
George McDonald . states that
"Caesar as a young man owed
equivalent to $1,360,000." And
our young bank clerk compares
him to the modern Porza.
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"I suppose the song of the.
aviators who are to make a dash
for the north pole in planes will
be "How cold I am," is the view t
ot Verne Fischer.
" It has about gotten so in
this country," says Service Sta
tion Richmond, "that if you are
able to speak in three minutes ,
after you take a drink of it, they,
call it pretty good whiskey."
"The only reason why some
men work is they're toodignified
to beg and too nervous to steal,"
is the way Hank Ilarpham puts
Joe Riggles is authority for
the statement that "the loveliest
spot on earth is the spot com
monly called an ace.,,
According to Jno. McMullen we
could help the corn growers of
this country some if we would
all take to smoking corn-cob
pipes and cut out the Camels and
Dick Johnson says that a better
understanding of the Bible and
a closer following of its teachings,
would materially reduce the
number.of churches. - ,
Jack Morrow says that maybe
the reason they call it "alimony"
is because it comes after a
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