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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 3, 1927)
C. W. Semmei, Editor
C. W. Semm.. and E. R- S.ma
' Published every Thursday at
Moupiti, Oregon j
Tonc year. $1.60: si
months. 1.00; three lno.thS,D0j:t3.
Ertrid da a
t,r September f, 1M. at the Jhjt
office at Maupin, Ou'go. under the
Act of March 3, 187D.
VOTE OUT FAMFHELETS
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The Potter mil, auoiiMuuB ,
dates" pnmphets, came up in the state
House last Thursday ana passea oy .
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B VOtC O oo 10 J. t wcuv ;
Senate committee and it is expected
will pars that body.
The bill calls for the abolishment
o a useless and expensive class of ad
vertising. Heretofore the state has
stood the expense of publishing and
circulating pamphlts containing can
didates platforms, the expense Tun
ing into thousands of dollars. .
Uuder the proposed bill those who
ere running for office and who de
sire voters to know how they stand
on measures will have .to patronize
the newsapers for such purpose.
There can only be a certain number
of candidates elected and,' of course,
many more defeated, and all this un
nessary propaganda adds to the elec
tion expenses of the state and rightly
should be don away with.
. Senator Joseph seems to have
forgotten the result of the last elec
tion when the hydro-electric mea
sure was voted down by nearly four
to one, as he has introduced a bill in
the state senate authorizing the
state to go into the construction of
power plants. The' senator is
honest enough to confess he does not
know what his bill is about. If that
is the case we believe his constitu
ents made a mistake in sending him
to represent them in the state sen
ate. A man in that position should
at least realize what his measures
stand for and the purpose of their
B (SSI (SO
Given by the Maupin American
, Legion Post No. 73, on
This is an annual affair and one
which Legion members try to
make especially pleasant
5 HARM 0 NY HI CKS E
Come out and
Tickets $1.00 Spectators 50 5ls
. .v V.,1 lOit
(Th story ot won -"J TA ,
her at ChrUtniM time.)
VLDA POTTSFIELD was very
unhappy. For two mourn.
. . , U1? herself became a
Hull 1 1 V v w - - -
eumofmone. which ab .bad Invested
had been lost. She nao
i anold friend be Urtnood IB
- city and when it
nenro., wf tsC lVud tabj
that the mo. thert Ibat Jl
up her mind then bl.. dy
himmultr was nllke eairer an.
to cheat even Its own friends If there
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WHS U Ollf uiuci
nml s,mn oach dav and withdrew her-
ge,f ulm09t entirely from the circle of
fricncls thnt she had known so long.
f. 1 . . . 3 a . V. ! .. I. tk am..
sue ueivr uiuyicu iu nun inui
without this amount ahe could stlD
live In comparative ease; that thert
was nothing In reason she would hava
to deny herself as the Income she still
had was quite large. Blindly she shut
her eyes to all this and would not al-
low herself to think of her many bless
ings or toframe even the slightest ex-
fYlT? irFTf3TT TIS)?!
give the boys
Vickrey Appeals for Million
To Aid Armenian Quake Victims
to . I
to x CI
1 . w'y ,m
C V. VICKREY
fuse for tLe friend wlio had failed.
Now, with Christmas approaching,
ahe grew even more bitter than usual.
"I'm not going to do a single thing
this year," ahe repeated to herself over
and over. "Why should I. anyway,
a rea l Benefit
OKB than a million dollars will
be required to ihhki ilia needs
of earthauuke victims In Ar
menia, according to I'harle, V. Vick
rey, general arcretary of Ihn Near
Rast Relief, In a mitlnn wlilu appeal
tor the observance of International
Uoldcn Kill Sunday.
This sum will t)i required to pro
vide adequate tnedlcnl attention, fooil,
clothing and auppllan to the thou
sands of families mado homeless by
tlx aarthquake and to car (or th
Mine llumouid orphan wnrds of the ra
llpf prguultaMon. Iu th ttucasua ua
i Jftinp, avtmrding the appeal.
Hundreds o,f vUIe hv been laid
aia ninl w or h h"s orphan-
M uornig for the rhtlrtren have
been rated. Others are unsafe for use
until repairs cna be made. Meanwhile
4ricajx relief workers
heavy anow.lorma ar.
frenueH hi (Sit lima of the rf
Hepoits rrom the vsrlmis villages
In the earthquake tone Indicate thai
(he Inhabitants hare been forced to
runs'rtH't ruda dugouts under ground
to protect themselves from the wild,
winter weather. With shocks that
have continued Intermittently for twp
weeks there hs been cuntttderable
loss of life Id theie frnglle dwolllnss.
after my great lossT
So when the Ladles' Aid called f
an offering for the annuul entertula
ment and Christmas baskets to be giv
en to the poor she was rendy with her
answer. But when they left hurriedly
after Hr curt rcf"1 se
unhappy ttjaH f, "? W9 mm f o
have euy sympathy for my uiU.
ftrtuoe,'' she walled to herself. "Whuf
Wvrid It Is; no one aeema to
The wljudow Wp she sat brooding
opened put on Arbor street. $0,05 after
he iUdlea' Aid left site looked 0 Iff
aee jtiat some one else was coming ujj
(he ateps. Xuxs ume u was a juunt
gifi pnd Hulda sniffed to berseJf as
fyi sy Lpj; "Another wio comes
fWl s.om fywin?. Insteaf alie JM
com 44 (tfi H Vaa fjff w ,w w
daughter of tn. unj wh,om jTIulda
had entrusted her money an My
had heard that Hulda was In 'feed
that her loss had left her stranded,
iitf father had been 111 for aeveraj
l,; ,1''r,i.rJ hv the failure of W
19 jo .we
treachery wul iecelj 6f 's'Jf P r
hnalnem lie WBS nOW M'tt
fhtnM were beelnnlng to look brighter.
There was every hope that no one
wmiM ina a dollar. In the meantime
the girl had come to offer Hulda aome
... m . V n.M nn .nln rrm (1V1 a
ws piva smmrf '9 sonif W n?3
la the city.
Aftr th girl left Hulda aat hud
dled in her chair. Ood! how selfish
aha had bel bow blind how un
grateful I Great tear triukled slowly
wn her cheeka, tears that carried
" ' orever the bitterness and self
lahnesa thfu had been In her heurt of
derful Place ffui lt Pple were won-
picked It w With hands that trembled
and called for ( president of the
Band Music in
All Schools, Aim
President of Federation of
Music Clubs Outlines Plans
of Her Organization.
EUchart, Ind.-A band or orchestra
tu',n-ery public school In the country
Is goal or tne
sic uti, accord
ing tip ''nta
tlon retvti fy
the Comf luajf
long been c m
glilcred a met
rather than u
necesssflt part of
system," said ,Vs.
nresldent of the
federation, In out-
lining the plans of Iter .e3EJW3:u?"
"Fortunately the delusion i nw be
ginning to give way arid ttie tjttle
value of tone In educational work tjS
being more gprrrally oowTflged.
The value of tafhlng Instnjm1
mtiKlc In all mmm can .
overestltnatpd. The Federation or
1- ,..Mr onthnHtnstlrnl-
aiumc v-iuwn in wmui
ly for the Invasion of bands and
chestras as wefl as glee clubs In
aehools bec-ause the olllcers or mi v 1
the largest nrufcfcal organization In
the world, ar convinced of the worth ,
of this procclure. !
"The pubSc scJinota are preparing
our business le)idem of the future,
why not Aur rautfea leaders? Wel
come will be the day when every
achoM la the land wilt give credit
tC. executive as well ns theoretic
music. We will then be training the
mn and women who vIll laJcr give
America n, preat music of Its own.
Not every child so trained will mnke
music tholr life-work but all of them
wll be liettfred by the training."
Shakespeare saitl UA roue by any, other name
would smell as sweet." 15y the game token a
bank might mean a fog bank, a bank of clouds,
a clay bank or a snow bank. Uut our bank is of
the kind that helps all who are prudent, who
care to save money, who occasionally desire a
loan to tide them over financial difficulties. It
is a place where advice on business matters may
be obtained ami where you are enabled to pay
your obligations by check, thereby insuring a
receipt for such payment. That's the kind of a
bank you will find when you patronize the
Maupin State Bank
Attend the Legion bene
fit Dance at the hall this
Staurday night. Good time
Shoes and Repairing
Shoes for the
The l'itll.;n, Ore.
5 BENEFIT DANCE
FEBRUARY 12 MASK BALL
APRIL 2 SPRING DANCE
Came Into my enclosure last July
nno V.rindle cow with white face,
ears brand DC on left flank; half
;rop a left ear. since ucinit mum
has bad calf. Owner is notmeu 10
prove property, pay charge mid take
same away, otherwise the cow and
calf will be sold lo cover same.
Dated Docombcr 30, rj2"-
Qiv milna anil tVi,.fiKt of Wnmic. 8-tl
U1A III MVH -
On or about November 1, l-',
40 head of horses were taken out of
the posture. Branded T or lazy 6-0
on left flank. Anyone at any time
I hearing of or knowing nnyininK
about those horses piefise aumc
J. W. Williams,
g.tf Gateway, Oregon.
ASTRAY NOTICE Came to my
t.lflce about a month ago one imy
'm'are' abrtut- six years old; hears
h 'fbilbwine marks or brand -6
'rllH.f1 ihftiilriers white hind
iinJ.V :Httl: whito : on right hind
iWr-Sq nnt.i fieri to
iwv. p, ,
prove proiwky; jbay charges and
take same away; W thw is Mot
done I will advertise saW and ae1l
according to law. C. 15.'Daiil,
Badger Creek 'Ranch,. Tygh Val
ley, Oregon. ' ' "f"14
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1 IjlMckKmith .force. Otie .50-1001
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or- j jnch aVM belt. Inquire at Lnt
tv ... blacksmith ahop, Maupin,
FOR SALE A lew , hundred
nice green 192G wip, hay.
FOR SALE One bin :k,. two wethers,
five ewes. $85.00 takes the bunch.
H. L. Morris, Maiipin. 11-12
FOR SALE A-l Coal burning Col
ony Broader COO thick. Price
reasonable or trade for chickens.
Inquire Mrs.1. F. Bothwcll. U-t2
FOR SALE A fevy guud. n(intttj-tj
, Short Horn buJIs,, nil sgtt, In.
iiilrw ut May's ranch, Tygli ,Val
; ley. 7-U
HVK STEEL HAND POWER
Stump pullers, $,'10 each. Hr-
1 power $76; automatic gaW
Wtcrwl),!,' h"1!'! WU-borca,
U- iird, Kenton, Washington.
R F iL, Agent. Maupin, Oregoni
EDW. Mc ALLEN, T, F. A JL,
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Th 5ANK HOlHi.
The lace in The DIlq,t
main rancher and out,-
towr w feel at hom,
j Home off
All kinds ot
anything else in
The I . Oregon
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