0 TP- R. E. Wilson Co. PHONE MAIN 271 We Challenge Comparison with these prices by anyone, quality considered. No one can consistently give you as good prices as we do unless they get cash for their merchan dise. We have a way of buying that deGes com petition. Bring your larger orders to us and get our prices on quantity lots. No. 1 Oregon Soft Shell Walnuts, pound 23c No. 1 Tin Tomatoes 8c A Real Bargain No. 2 size Van Camp's Pork and Beans 10c 1-2 Gal. Harvest Syrup 68c Men's Work Shirts 68c Pure Cider Vinegar 38c NOW IN Onion Sets, Garden Seeds LADIES' HATS Make your selection early Above Prices Good Until Friday, March 12th L LOCAL AND PERSONAX Rby Johnson was in from his Wamic ranch Monday. Sol. Hauser was in from Tygh ranch Monday morning. F. D. Stuart made a business trip to The Dalles Tuesday. Prof. Lloyd, wife and son were in from Wapinitla Monday. Frank McCoy and wife were visitors in this city Saturday. Mrs. Katie Graham of Wapini tia, was a Maupin shopper Thurs day. "Bill" Gott, wife and son were visitors in The Dalles Friday last George Claymier and wife visited Maupin from Wapinitia Wednesday. Ernest Doughty accompanied F. C. Butler to The Dalles yes terday morning. j Link Harpham was in town yesterday from his chicken ranch near The Dalles. Miss Vivian Barzee of Wap ini tia spent a few hours of Sun day with friends in Maupin. - R, B. Driver and wife we.re among the Wapinitia people who were in Maupin yesterday. Ward Buzan and wife were Bhopping in Maupin Tuesday, coming in from Tyg'n Valley. Clarence Ziggenh agen will tr.v for pitcher's posi tion with The .Dalles baseball tea m this spring. John Karlen, the Bakeoven sheepman, was doing business with Maupin merchants on Mon day. Harry Lewis and his brother in-law, Herman Smith, of Clover dale, made a trip to Bend Tuesday. Jimmie Abbott and wife were in from their Wapinitia ranch on a business mission Tuesday after noon. Lester Kelly and wife were among those who attended the 6. E. play at Wapinitia Friday night. Joe Kramer and wife were at Portland Saturday, going early in the morning and returning Sunday. Miss Albertina Hackler visited with her parents in the neigh borhood of Wapinitia last Friday evening. Geo. McDonald and wife spent the week end with Mrs. McDon ald's father, 0. B. Derthick, on Bakeoven. Hugh Wood is a busy man. Monday he made a trip to Shani ko and upon his return kept on to The Dalles. . The dance at Shady Brook Community hall last Saturday niget was attended by a number from Maupin. Ed. Henton and wife went to The Dalles Friday and when they returned were driving a new Dodge sedan. A. R. Gilchrist, representing the Standard Oil company, from The Dalles, was in Maupin on business yesterday. : ' , Tom Lethleam, employed by the Apple Growers association at Hood River, was in Maupin a short time yesterday. Jack Morrow and family and Mark Stuart and son, Rex, en joyed a visit with Jack's rela tives at Tygh Sunday. R. R. Hinton came in from Portland spent a few days this week looking after his ranch in terests near Maupin. John Sinclair and wife of Wap initia passed through Maupin Tuesday morning while, on their way to Bend for a visit. Mrs. H. R. Kaiser and Mrs. Dolph Goetjen were in The Dalles Saturday last, the former to have dental work done. Miss Janie Payne, who has been employed in the family of Joe Kramer, left for her home at Grass Valley Saturday last. Will take old phonograph as part payment on a new piano or player piano; balance easy) terms, Maupin Drug Store. Ben. C. Brown, new owner of the Bend-Dalles stage line, was in Maupin yesterday while on an inspection trip over the high way. , J. M Conklin came up from Portland Tuesday morning and looked over things connected with the State Bank of Maupin that day. Shattuck'd display of shoes in the center show window is at tracting much attention. The prices quoted should move that stock quickly. "Billy" Heckman cleaned up the ground around the city spring last week, and following his example W. H. Staata cleaned up around his place. Herman Smith brother of Mrs. Harry Lewis of Wapinitia, is in this vicinity from Cloverdale, near Tillamook, and will remain for a week, on a visit. Guy Harvey and wife, the lat ter a sister of Mrs. James Wood cock of this city, spent Friday night with the Woodcocks here, coming from Portland. J. G. Kramer was in Maupin from his sheep ranch Monday Mr. Kramer has about 200 acres in fall wheat and is preparing to sow 150 acres to spring grain. Father O'D Hines was the was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Griffin Monday night. He was on his way to Dufur, where he conducted a funeral Tuesday. Mesdames Will Evans and Walt Hanna of Dufur, and Mrs. Nadine Viles of Portland, were guests of Mrs. H. R. Kaiser one day the latter part of last week. L R. Kelly went to The Dalles Tuesday. While there he will serve on the Boundry board which will consider the segrega tion of a small part of school dis trict number 84, which is sought to annexed to district 48. The Tum-A-Lum Lumber com pany unloaded a carload of four foot fenced posts Monday, for the Connolly sheep ranch. Such short posts are used on rocky ground where the digging is too hard to set them in the soil. East Maupin Notes P.flflf Monnin ia etiU rn fVio man find if flrivea Trio Tlmea n1aaeuto to cnronicie tne happenings oi mat pare or our city under a separate head. Phil Mott is seriously ill with grippe, Francis Cunningham enter- tained relatives from Condon last week. ' Dave Donaldson, local cham pion fisherman, was at The Dalles last week after medical treatment. Miss Violet Mott visited her parents Sunday. She is working at the Raymond Crabtree home on the Flat. John Manning was in from Bakeoven Saturday. He has been herding sheep for the Farghera there. Landlord Caton of the Hotel Kelly reports travel as increas ing and. his hostlery enjoying a satisfying business. Let us figure on your paint job. We handle W. P. Fuller & Co.'s Pioneer-first on the Coast line. Maupin Drug Store. Mrs. L. Fischer says 'she sold two tubs of ice cream Saturday and Sunday, which goes to show the value of advertising. Harry, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Rutherford is reported as being in Dr. El wood's care. He has an attack of pneumonia. Andy Mann returned from an extended visit to Portland Satur day. Andy expects to herd the Hunt sheep the coming season. Ben Herrling of Criterion is now enjoying music and other things coming in on a Super Crossley radio set, which he bought from Verne Fischer last Saturday. Mrs. L Fischer lately received word that her brother and wife have left their eastern home and are now in San Diego, California. It is their intent to open a bak ery there. Mrs. Fischer says they write they will visit Mau pin the coming summer. Maupin is bound to grow, and to be in on that growth an extra lot would not be amiss. Buy one now before prices advance. Buy a home and be somebody. See H. L. Morris. For Little Folks 1 It teems at though Santa Claus hat gone to mora trouble making things for the little girls than the little boys this year There are complete tea sets of lustenrare, electric tett that really cook food In sufficient quantities for a good sized tea party, real cedar chests, floor lamps, and sewing tables, all Just as nicely finished as the grown ups' furniture. Charity at Home "Pardon me, sir, I am soliciting for our Christmas rummage sale. What do you do with your old clothes?" "Why, I brush them and fold them carefully at night, and I put them on again in the morning " Common Type Jnd Tunklns says his folks always put off their Christmas arrangements so that along about the 23rd of De cember they hare to shop both early and late. Washington Evening Star. Test "He has proposed, but does he real ly love me?" "Walt and see what he sends you for Christmas, girlie. Then give him your answer." Wood For Sale The forestry service has closed down on allowing the cutting of green timber into firewood, al lowing only dead timber for that purpose. We have considerable green fir and pine which we are cutting into firewood and will book orders for future delivery from now on. Get them in now. Hedin Lumber Co. J7-eow-tf A Good Home Buy Here is one of the best home buys in Maupin: A new five room house on three lots. House has full basement with bedroom Dartitioned off one end- Lots are free from rock; contain all kinds of small fruit, some bear ing peach trees; good chicken house and wired run. Can be - . mm if Equal to Government Standard Make Tnp!. (R UPEESIZE a Stitefced THAT Sleeve Largest and Best Workshirt Made Price $1.00 Shattuck Bros. bought for $1200, buyer to as sume mortgage of $900. For particulars call at this office. NEWS OF PINE GROVE The success of the play, "Old Fashioned School," given at Wapinitia by the U. B. Christian Endeavor Society, has caused a request for a second perform ance, which will be staged at the Pine Grove school house. Saturday evening, March 6, at 7:30 p m. This will afford an opportunity for those who missed the play last week. to see the rip roaring comedy by local talent Come, laugh and forget your giiiiiiuiimiiiiiimnitiuiiniiiiiiiiiinaiuuiuiiiiimiiiuiiiiU: ( J AS. CHALMERS I . .... ., ... i General 1 ( Blacksmith I and Blacksmith S Supplies h I Horseshoeing, Wagon- Work and Machinery Repairing Maupin, Oregon allllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiMllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllin- ammwa Maupin Special 1921 Dodge Touring, run 9,000 miles, like new ..i 9 I 8 j 1923 Ford Roadster, in Vide Touring, Studebaker Six. Will sell these cheap or trade for wood. REBUILT FORDSON Just like new See us about TIRES. We can compete with any mail order es tablishment on prices and beat them on service. Try us. Wood-Tilloti Co. MM troubles for one evening. It is one continuous giggle. The roads ' between Wapinitia and Pine Grove have been dragged, so the traveling is fairly good. An admission will be charged: 25 cents for adults and 10 cents for school children. The Matthews family from John Day are expected next week at the Sam Brown ranch. Mr. and Mrs. Matthews were up Sun day andmade final arrangements for renting. the place. There are seven children in the family, three of whom will be in school. John Davis returned from Bend Wednesday. He has been employed there in the saw mills for some time. He has employ ment now with L. Woodside on the Lou Kelly ranch. Miss Overman, teacher at Pine Grove, has been ill since Friday, so the school is having a vaca tion. - . . Mr. Moore has moved to the Linn Mill, where he has employ ment -' The mill is being equipped to begin operations soon. , Mrs. Shepflin has returned from The Dalles, where she has been receiving medical attention. Tout Watch Haywire? If it is not doing its work bring it to The Times office and Mr. Semmes will send GUY A. POUND Manufacturing Jeweler VK and Watchmaker Successor to D. Lindquist THE DALLES - - ORKGON 1 Garage Bargains! j $650; i good condition. TRACTOR :.... .$383. ! mbrmmm .. fi . . h ' '