Coming! Tygh Valley, Wednesday, May 10th Maupin, Thursday, May llth " EARTH BOUND" ALL STAR CAST Never before has the question of Spiritualism and after life been so prominently before the public as in "Earth bound. Its central character, the man who has lived according to the creed "No C5od, no sin." Comedy, "Old Bill Behave" Admission 20 and 40 cents MAKE OREGON SAFE FOR THE REPUBLICAN PARTY RE-ELECT RALPH E. WILLIAMS REPUBLICAN NATIONAL COMMITTEEMAN The Only Westerner Ever Elected Vice-Chairman of the Republican National Committee KELP THE WEST IN POWER The Republican National Committee consists of one member firm each state in the Union and is the political organization of the party. In June, 1921, at the. Committee's first meeting after the inaugeration of President Warren G. Harding, every state cast its vote for K. E. Williams of Oregon for vice-chairman of the committee, rccugnizing by their unamious vote his fitness and ability as a leader to fill this responsible position. A vote for It. E. Williams for Republican National Committeeman will confirm the action of the forty-eight states in electing him vice-chairman of the Republican National Committee, a position never before held by a Westei n man. Ralph E. Williams of Oregon, as vice-chairman of tha Republican National Committee, is directly in line to become National Chairman, the highest posi tion attainable in the Republican organization. A National Committeeman on the National Committee does not make or execute the laws, but carries out the policies and platform of the party adopted by the delegates at each previous National Convention. Mr. Williams is senior member of the National Committee. Seniority in this committee gives one the same power as seniority in the U, S. Senate. VOTE TO KEEP HIM THERE (Paid Adv. by Committee of Republicans, C. L. Star, Sec'y. 617 Board of Trade Bldg., Portland, Oregon.) School Notes (continued from page 1) ing club, under the direction of their leader Miss Derthick, gave an exhibition of their work after which they served a delicious lunch to the visitors and mem bers of the Literary Society. Mrs, Kaiser, the leader of the sewing club, and her class gave an exhibition of the- sewing done by the sewing club. Several of the girls in the class explained how different stitches should be made. The ladies -present ex amined the work on exhibition and offered suggestions which they thought Would better the work. No special work is being done iji ajiy of th e rooms except the usual rout'ine of study. We are workin steady to finish our year'?, work and hope to be able to. Ji'.ake good grades in our final examinations if we find it necess ary to take them. Rev. Walter will preach the Baccalaureate service for the graduating classes on the even ing of May 21. Mabel H. Cyr C. E. New Today For Sale Netted Gem potatoes at Maupin warehouse. Don't waste your time using "Bum" Fishing Tackle. We've got the kind that gets the Fish. Maupin Drug Store. i It Costs You More to rot buildings than it does to let paint save them CHECK the costs. Compare the prices of lumber and paint. They will show you how extravagant it is to allow build ings to depreciate for lack of paint. And huildings do depreciate rapidly unless they are painted when they need to be. Paint saves the lumber. It protects your investment. To enjoy the biggest saving in painting, use the best paint. It spieads more easily eaves labor cost. It covers more surface per gallon than "cheap" paint. It serves five or more years longer than "cheap" paint. The best paint is most economical because it is scientific in formula and preparation. We have been making LoM paints for 73 years. They contain the finest materials. Our white lead, for instance, is PIO- NKF.R WHITE LEAD. It is super purified and ground so fine that it will pass through a silk screen wilh 30,000 meshes to the square inch. So with the other materials- pure linseed oil, pure zinc and pure colors all of the finest quality, combined in Fuller's Paint in scientifically exact proportions wilh long-time skill, Free Advice on Fainting Ak nor igpnt for ' ' -, i-olor rarda, etc. Alk the Fuller Specific!, tlen Department about the moat riesirahla color achemea, color harmony and any other detai!i. Makrn of Rnhber Cement Floor Paint, All-Purpoaa VarniaheJ, Slllcenwhlte Enamel, Fifteen-for-Flonre Varniih, Waahahle Wall Finiah, Auto Enamel, Barn and Roof Paint. Porch and Step Paiat, and PIONEER WHITE LEAD. Portland Painless Dentist, 305, Second St. The Dalles Oregon, All work guaranteed, W. T. Slatten D, D. S. Proprit tor Phone Main 4821. Three and one half ton s of wheat hay for sale at twenty dollars cash per ton. C. E. Cunningham "SNAPPY"- Four piece or ehestra for dances and entertain ments. -Call Chas. Brown or Leon Frasier. Dufur, Oregon. Straw Hat dye all colors 25cts. Maupin Drug Store. A few Young Cattle wanted A- A. Bonney Pullers SPKCIPICATtON Mouse Paints Phoenix Pure Paint Pure Prepared Point , M.-.m factored by W. P. Fuller & Co., Dept. 47, San Francisco Branches in 19 Cities in the West My house need? l aintinj. Fuller 's Specification House Paints are sold by the following Agent Maupin Drug Store To the Public We have secured to represent us in your different communities Fitzpatrick & Son, of Tygh Hills Cash Store, of Wapinitia Rev. H. M. Walter, Maupin We pay transportation charges on all goods shipped to nearest R. R, station and telephone calls also order flowers and furnish funeral supplies at cost. All goods will be shipped from The Dalles or Portland. The train service at convenient points makes it more desireable and satisfactory to handle the limited call for funeral supplies at these points in this way, rath er than to put in a stock, as it would deteriorate, and would be added capital invested. In deal ing with us you are assured of new stock at a figure that would be impossible under other con ditions, and gives to our patrons a large range of prices and fin ishes. We wish to say to our agents and to those ordering goods through them that we do not be lieve tnat ones affections are gaged by the amount expended M-A-U-P-I-N Incorporated Protection Sunshine and health. Good Schools, Good Road . Good Homes, a good place to be. Watch M-A-U-P-I-N Grow In addition we give Pure, Simple, Absolute Title, War antec Deed and Abstract to Date. A slight increase in price has been added to nil Maupin lots and also to Townsite and Springs. Another raise may be expected soon as lots are selling fast. Don't hesitate when you think of M-A-U-P-I-N - Think of Better Prices H. L. M( Lost Between Maupin and Wapinitia, one new coupling pole Finder please call E. A. llartman Wapinitia Reward. Wanted To pasture sdme horses best of grass good fences and plenty of water. Otto Her ding Criterion. For Sale New Hartford kero sene cook stove in good condition Inquire Times office For Sale - The quarter section fcnown as the Philip Arthur home stead with water right near Wamic. Would be good security for a soldier's bonus loan. John Gavin, 502 Bank Building, the Dalles, Oregon. Dr. Donnelly from The Dalles was a Maupin visitor Friday. U. F. Renickof theTumALum Company, is erecting a garage for his new Dodge car. B. 1). Fraley took Mr. Gutzlers household goods to Portland by truck Sunday. STIRRING LIFE IS CALLED 'HUM-DRUM Oregon Woman Fights Typhoid, Saves 1000 Children and Runs Special Trains. on funeral supplies, but that all should be in keeping with finan cial and social circumstances. We therefore ask that you be conservative in sales and pur chases and there by avoid hard- sFiips in meeting obligations and disagreeable conditions arising from excessive expenditure. Zell's Funeral Home Tel. Main 3451 The Dalles, Ore. Farmers! The Oregon Moline Plow Co's proposition is a good one; don't hesitate to take advantage of it if in need of farm implements. Their line is complete and has been on the market for 50 years. Gang plows and discs in stock. Let us show you and quote you prices. You'd be surprised. Sha.ttuck Bros.. Distributors Tractor For Sale Cleveland 12 20 used one leaMO. J, W. Ward Wapinitia Movie Schedule A few of the pictures you will see soon : Earth Bound East Lynn The Penalty Outside the Law Auction Block No Woman Knows Reputation The Fox Conflict W. H. Mayfield was over from Smocfc last Thursday. Remember this is the time of the year to paint your buildings. We've got the Best paint at the Right price. -Maupin Drug Store. M Flynn of the Kelly Hotel, purchased a Dodge car today. Willie Aldrich purchased a tractor from Shattuck Bros, one day last week. "My life has been so hum-drum and as nothing haa happened to me nut of the ordinary I am mire there Is noth ing In liut I have done the lait two vears In the Near Kant that would be of Interest to my Oregon friends," stat ed Mrs. Amy Anthony Bun of Bend, Oregon, to J. J. Handsaker, 8tate Director of the Near East Relief when he met her In Constantinople last SUfflmsf. "After much effort," says Mr. Hand saker, "I persuaded her to tell me some of the things of this hum drum life of hers. Sitting In a Constantinople coffee-house she told me of some of the events of her life since March 1919, when she arrived in the Near East." "Her first work was at Karakltss, where with her sister, Miss Gertrude Anthony, she had charge of a large orphanage and a territory 75 miles Tiare for general relief. During the le she " as there she nursed her sis ter iii'Tiugh both typhoid and typhus. The f 1 o -omen were slone in this sta tion. "After gc ng through this experience they went to Mexandropol and there one day receivd a message from the English that thejr were evacuating Baku, some BOO miles away. The British had been feedlnp about 1,000 children, and unless they MM trans ferred Immediately they would e'arre as soon as the British left. This Oregon woman whoee life was so hum drum quietly secured two special trains, put ling a man In charge of one, and tak ing the other herself. On arriving at Baku, she began loading the children at 10 o'clock a. m. and had the children and their supplies all aboard by :30 p. m. she read the riot act to me Turkish captain in charge of the train and he compelled the guards to e.ease attempting to enter the cars where the older girls md women were. The round trip took nearly two weeks, but Mrs. Burt returned to Alexandropol with ber two train loads of children without a'. Ing lost a sSriple child.