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The wheels are the strongest that are put on any drill. Light draft, ease of operation and ample strength to withstand the strain of heavy field work are essential features which add to the life of the Superior Drill. You make no mistake in buy ing the Sunerior "the name tells a true fifnrv." c x - y . LOCAL AND PERSONAL A few close outs in bathing suits, $2.25 each. Maupln Drug Store. Hugh and Terry Wood were The Dalles visitors Tuesday. Miss Minnie Starr is the new clerk in the R. E. Wilson store. J. S. Drown came in from the Flat on a business mission .Monday. " Mrs. Bernard Welch was in from Wamic Tuesday on a shopping trip. Ollic Itothwoll and wife were in from t heir Wapinitia ranch Tuesday. J. M. Conroy of transacting business day. Shcrars was in town Mon- Mihs Albertina Hacklcr spent Sunday with homo folks near Wap initia. Forty-two pieco hnnd decorated dinner sets $7.50 at Maupin. Drug Store. Quite a number from here at tended the dance at Shaniko Tues day evening. O. B. Derthick was down from the Bakeovcn country Tuesday after grain sacks. II. R. Kaiser and family enjoyed a trip to Washougal, Washington, go ing Sunday and returning Monday. While there they visited with Mr. Kaiser's brother. A. E. Lake, leading Wamic mer chant, transacted business in Mau pin on Monday. John Bowcn, Wapinitia rancher, was a Mapin business visitor Tues day afternoon. V. P. Steers and son came over from Tygh Tuesday and patronized our merchants. Miss Crystal Hartman spent Satur day and Sunday as the guest of Miss Larraine Stovall. Wm. Weber, prominent Tygh Val leyite, was transacting business in Maupin on Tuesday. Large size two cell flash lights, complete with battery, $1.00 each Maupin- Drug Store. John McIIardue of Shaniko, was in town a short time Saturday while on his way to Wapinitia. Manager Gilchrist of the Standard Oil plant at The Dalles, was in Mau pin on business Tuesday. Charles Dodge and Jim Smith, two Shady Brook ranchers, were in town on business Tuesday. Harrison Young and wife, accom panied by the latter's mother, Mrs. SHATTUCK BEOS SALE ON Dress Goods High Grade CREPES, GINGHAMS, PER CALES, VOILES and PRINTS in new and desirable patterns, priced from 25c and 50c Now 25 cents RAYONS, NOVELTIES, SUITINGS, PRINTS SILK TUBING, etc., priced from $1.25 to $1.75 Now 98 cents NEW ALL-SILK PRINTS, 36 nches wide, bought to sell at $1.50-31.03, offered now at $1.19 Dresses All our regular $2.50 Dresses $1.9? All our regular $5.00 Dresses .........$3.89 Alvis Martin, left for a vacation at1 Seaside Sunday morning, going via BUt0- LftlE o Ernest Troutman is home for a days from Estacada, where he has been with a flock of sheep, J. M. McCoy, one of the early set tlers of the Wamic section, was in town on business Monday. Joe A. Graham was in from the forest line Tuesday and was a wel come caller at The Times office. Henry Cramer, The Dalles cigar man, was interviewing customers in Maupin Tuesday and Wednesday. Cecil Parsons, a traveling man from Portland, accompanied Henry Cramer on his visit to Maupin Tues day. - . o Mrs. W. II. Staats returned to her Maupin home Tuesday after a couple of weeks spent at Portland on business. C. G. Bertrand and wife motored up from The Dalles Friday and were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Griffin. Mrs. C. F. Butler of Corvallis, is in Maupin, intending to spend two weeks as a guest of her son, F. C. Butler and wife. . ' Tony Connolley, who has been at Bend for some time with his flocks, came home Snday evening for a few days' stay with his family. Dolph Goetjen went to Swim on Tuesday and will remain a time there with his wife, who has been in the high lands for a week or so. Mrs. R. E. Wilson, with daughter, Jean, and Son, "Bo," went to Port land Sunday afternoon and will visit there for a couple of weeks. Chas, Kaiser from North Bend, a brother of II. It. Kaiser of Maupin, spent a few days with the latter last week, going from here to Washougal, Washington, Sunday. J. It. Cunningham and wife, who have been visiting relatives in this vicinity for the past two weeks, left for their home in Hermit, California, yesterday. W. O. Chastain called at The Times office Tuesday for the pur pose of leaving a notice calling- for a meeting at the Fairview school house on Satrday, August 21. home again after a week's visit with relatives at Centerville, Wash ington. Mark Stuart, who is ranching i Tygh Valley, was in town a short time Monday. Mark, aside from milking 10 cows, finds time to do the butchering for the Tygh meat market. Dr. Lawrence Stovall and family returned Monday after a trip to Portland and Valley cities. While in Portland the doctor took advantage of buyers' week to order a stock of needed drug sundries. Dave Donaldson and Jack Staats came in from the mountains Tues day. Dave has been there all sum mer, but the lure of the Deschutes proved too strong, so he came down to tempt the big ones to take hold. Winston Lake, who is vacation ing at home in Wamic, was in town with his father Monday. Winston is a newspaper man in the making, he being numbered among many oth ers at the University of Oregon School of Journalism. Notice of School Meeting in DUtrict No. 48, Fainritw. The following inscribed their sig natures on the register at Hotel Kelly during the week ending Aug ust 10: A. F. Smith, Hood River; Spencer Smith Hood River; James Gllbritt, G. A. Murray and wife, Lee O, Jett, Tom Bing, Portland; Sam R. Stim mel and wife, Bend; Ivan L. Plitte and family, Yakima, Wash.;Bill Da vis, G. W. Murry and wife, Portland, Mrs. McBudong, Mrs. F. Lawson, W. E. Budong and wife, San Fran cisco ;H. B. Darling, Stanley Darling, Portland; F. McLaw and wife, Los Angeles; J. B. Yattis and wife, Los Angeles; Lynn Caton, Portland; P. D. Schreader and wife, Klamath Falls; G. E. Schreader and wife, At chison, Kansas; H. C. Davis and wife, Lakeview; H. Stiles, C. J. Young, F. J. Vance, W. B. Hinke, Portland; J. H. Battey, Z. C. Smith and wife, Portland; C. D. Bockledge and family, Mrs. M. Birtsch, Mrs. M. Rasumssen, Fort Bragg, Cal.; John A. Collier, E. T. Bernard, L. F. Bro zeau, Fred Schira, Portland; Chas. Schatz and family, Adams, Ore.; Dr. and Mrs. E. C. Sewall, San Francis co; C. B. Sewall, B. H. Hickox, Portl and; R. D. Wilk, Minneapolis; Mrs. S. Wicks, J. S. Wicks, San Francisco; A. Bertrand and wife, G. S. Hill and Wife, P. T. Lee, Portland; J. R. Mc Donald and wife, San Francisco. A meeting of the patrons of School District No. 48, Fairview, will be held at the school house on the af ternoon of Saturday, August 21, at 2:00 o'clock for the purpose of con sidering the transportation question and also to receive bids for same. W. O. Chastain, 40-t2 Chairman. I. O. O. F. WAPINITIA Lodge No. 209. Maupin, Oregon, meets every Saturday night in I. O. O. F. hall. Visiting mem bers always welcome. EAST MAUPIN NEWS WERNR1ARK SHOE STORE Shoes and Repairing Wasco County's Exclusive Shoe Store Shoes for the Whole Family General Repairing The Oalles, Ore. Buy Non-Detonating WON GAS -AND Aristo Motor Oil UNION OIL GO. ' OF CALIFORNIA - Oregon The Dalle3 Herb Mulkins and family and Amine 5mith and Geo. Gould, all of Tygh Valley, viisted -with tho Jack Morrow family last Sunday. Mrs. Mulkins and Mrs. Morrow are sisters. Mrs. Clarence Zigfcnhftgen; is at . Mrs. Ed. and Billie Fischer visited the Maupin Fischers on Sunday. Lester Crofoot moved his house hold goods to Cove Creek Monday Dave Donaldson is down from the mountains and will remain for quite a time. Little Jean Caton is spending the week in Portland, visiting with friends. Mrs. Seltz Miller and two little ones was down from Two Springs Saturday last. , It is rumored"lhatJack Staats wilt open a pool hall in the Harris build ing in the near future. Ernest Troutman came in from the mountains for a few days, bring ing his family with him. Harold Dixon and Wife of The Dalles visited Mrs. H. Davidson at the Hotel Kelly last Sunday. Mrs. L. Fischer carried the idea that Sweden had moved to East Maupin, as nearly all the tourists arriving that day were Swedish. I t. if tin Trnno Wehh entertained a number of juvenile friends Tuesday, it being the occasion of her fifth birthday. Refreshments were in dulged in and the little folks made merry for a few hours in the afternoon. HARTWIG'S FLOWER SHOP "Merchants oj Beauty" Flowers for All Occasions The Dalles. Phone 794 Your Watch Haywire? If it is not doinsr its work bring it to The Times office and Mr. Semmes will send it to GUY A. POUND Manufacturing Jeweler and Watchmaker Successor to D. Lindquist THE DALLES - - ORKGON MfflPH A uWouih cultural tni nrofaaiontl tcholw hip it tlw outstanding clUracttritUc of the Stte Uruwrtily. . : Training It of tni in. 22 departments of the College of literature. Science and the Arts. Architecture and Allied Arts Business Administration Educa tion Journalism Graduate Study Law Medicine Music Physi cal Education Sociology. Social Work Extension Division. 51st Year Opens September 27, 1926 Fat information or cotoiotfut tfrtt 77m Ritutmr. UnlvtrtUf of Orfjon, Eujcnt. Or. Richmond's Service Station (As you come into town) Gas, Oils, Accessories Free Air and Water TRUCK For Heavy Hauling AGENT FOR CHEVROLET Cars and Accessories My Aim is Srvice to the Public. Courtesy in Every Deal PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS I Read Tfce Times for the newt.