VILL USE NEWSPAPERS ONLY California Electric Company After New Buiinet The Pacific Gas and Eelcctric com pany will use only daily and weekly newspapers as advertising mediums in its million dollar campaign, J. Charles Jordan, publicity director for the company says that news rupern linve boon found most satis fcutory. Three hundred salesmen will be employed in the company's sales campaign, the largest in its history. The company estimates that an ad didtional million dollars will be nec essary for supplis for linrs and add ed facilities to "take care of the new business. ' "Electricity is cheap you can use it freely" is the slogan being used in the campaign. Star Ha Eclipse Walter Sharp's new &ar car went into an eclipse last Saturday night when he was on his way home. Wal ter heel-burned it into Maupin, where he prevailed upon Everett Richmond to go out and tow the ill-fated Star to Maupin, where it was placed in its proper place in the Automobile firmament The Linns, who were at tending an Odd Fellows meeting at Maupin that evening, conveyed Wal ter to his Juniper Flat borne. Poj Shot In Leg Someone, who evidently mistook Bates Shattuek's German police dog for a coyote, took a shot at the ca nine Tuesraw forenoon, the shot taking effect in the left elbow joint. The dog was found opposite the Richmond service station sign on the Maupin grade about noon. It evi dently had been hunting in the vi cinity of the garbage dump when shot , Baseball Meeting In Maupin A meeting will be held in Maupin Sunday . afternoon for the purpose of considering the feasibility of or ganizing a local leuU; r the com ing season. It is proposed that the towns of The Dalles, Pufur, Maupin, Cross Valley -.and j?f.;ro hive teams and that a repriifar r hcdulc be drawn up. C. W. McMahon, mamger of last year's Dalles team, is sponsor for the movement and indications point to an organization and 6ome ;ood baseball shown in the proposed circuit. Sheriff Candidate H C W. McMahon, the popular res , taurant man of The Dalles, who is running against Sheriff Chrisman for the latter's office, was a visitor in Maupin Tuesday afternoon Mac reports all signs jointing to his nomi nation and election, which concurs with sentiment in Maupin. Shoot Again Postponed The gun club shoot scheduled for last Sunday morning was not a shoot, for there was not enough shooters present to shoot. We were requested to announce the shoot, but not being a gun shot, and al though we told the shooters of the shoot, no shoot was held, which caus ed some of the shooters to say "Oh, Shoot!" Tygh Valley Doings . 1 The Freshman class has organized with the following officers: Lawr rence Knighten, president, Crystal Wren, vice-president and Ada Knighten, secretary-treasurer. t The Student body of Tygh High school have voted to give a dance in the High school gymnasium on Sat urday evening, April 21, the night of the track meet. Wednesday afternoon the students went to Dufur, the oceation being a baseball game between the Tygh Valley and Dufur High school base ball teams. The score was 18 to 17 in favor of Dufur. The young people report a good time and are looking forward to their trip to Wapintia on Friday, the 6th. The return game with Dufur will be played at Tygh Valley on Friday, the 13th, and the Wapinitia boys will play the return game at Tygh on Friday, the 20th. Because of baseball very little has yet been done in preparation for the track meet. Plan3 for a try-out and ether details will bo worked out as fast as Mr. Light, th athletic coach, can get around to it. News Of Busy Shaniko A preliminary tr?:-k meet be tween the f.haniko, ar,d Antelope nchools will be held at Antelope on April 11, in the afternoon. Dr. Po ley of Grass Valley and Miss Sena Peterson, county nurse, will be pres ent to give an OK on the physical condition of the contestants. Gail Guyton celebrated her seven the birthday last week by invit- ing sorveal of her girl and boy class mates to a two-hour session of games eats' and general fun at home. The visitors carried with them several tokens of good will, and all wished Gail many more birthdays. The party ended at 5:00 o'clock, but the parents noticed the children did not ask for any additional lunch before going to bed. The History class is now studying the "Industrial Revolution." Time may prove this to be the most im portant decade ofsthnt period. The members of the Algebra class burned some midnight oil in getting the review of the last six weeks. John Reeder is thus far our champion pole vaulter. Jack Reea is our ' coming high jumper. The midgets of other schools are going to hustle unusually fast if they get ahead of Gail and Victor in the j 50-yard dash. - i In the class C girls, Marguerite Reeder promises to break the Wasco county record in the 50-yard dash. Jesse Fine says: "Shut your teeth : and errin tfrion vstii win fta valav " hi i va in niivii j vru iuit uv a mwj i" m I Announcement : S We take great pleasure in announcing to our many Maupin friends that the , I 'Black and White Restaurant 5 is now under the management of I E. J. McMahon H Special Sunday Night Dinners with Music by the 1 "CASCADIANS" I The Black and White Second and Court Streets. The Dalles, Oregon iO!!!l!(IIIIi!!E!l!ll!I!!il!i!!!!!l!jill!ilil!!!l!l!II!liil!!lIH If yon smoke for pleasure fpciii j 1928, B. J. RernaMi Totiet Company, Wlniton-Salem, ti. C the MaWpW times' T. 1 1 Services were conducted in the school house Sunday evening by Arch-Deacon Crcaaey of The Dalles. Rev. Earl B. Cotton of Madras will give a stereo pt icon lecture of fifty pictures, on the Children's Farm at Corvalli at 7:30 p. n. on Friday of the present week. Everybody welcome. Doings at Pine Grove Benjamin Franklin Richardson gave a dance on honor of his close personal friendM and neighbors at the service station dance hall last Friday night N. G. Hedin drove his Dodge car across the upper White River grade last Saturday. He reports the road 85 being passable, but recommends new plank decking and the remaval of stones from the grades. J. S. Brown has been reen lately working at his trufs that of con veying fun tails via the saddlle horse mode to the blnckimith shop. He lately delivered a mare to Chas. Walker, the latter having purchased the animal. Julius Shepflin and N. G. Hedin -Camels way, ning answer is "I LIKE 'EM." The cigarette best-liked by so many smokers, it leads by billions are cutting up the veneer blocks on the Ault timber claim. The wood derived is practically clear of knots and about half seasoned. When Linn & Son take ths Hedin cow out hunting they get into the wrong herd and have to walk home. Pine Grove students are limbering up and getting ready for ths track meet Ben and. Frank Richardson attend ed the play at Wapinitia last Satur day night They say It , was the "best ever." ' Virgil Mayfield and fimlly spent Sunday at the Julious Shopflln home. Mis, Flossie B. Overman paid Mau pin friends a visit last Sunday after noon. J. S. Brown and Harry Lewis lost 11 young pigs during ths recent snow storm. A Mis, Howard has applied for a position in ths Pins Grovs school. John Sinclair has sold his entire goat herd to Virgil Mayfield. (Vir gil, we are advertising a goat for sale in this Issue of Ths Times; see it) ... Lewis Walters has been hauling wood from Linn & Son wo'odyard. Oscar Walters took the M lanes Verln Lewis and Alice Davis to Mau pin last Sunday. Ben and Frank Richardson expect to soon make a trip to Prlnevllls to look after their grazing claims. James P. Abbott, Jr., while in a great hurry In passing thru Pine Grove recently, ran over some poultry which since that time have not been delivering their usual quota of eggs. Why the extreme hurry, Jimmie? W. A. Dane has been making re pairs on buildings and fences at his Webber ranch. Easter dinner, to bo given by the Pine Grove Sunday school, has broadcast an invitation to the Waplnl tia school to aid in the special music nnd help dispose of the dinner. Rev. Everett Hazen will make an address following the meal. Snow fell at Pine Grove Sunday night and Monday morning. It seem ed to us that fully three inches of the beautiful fell. ' Mary Sharp celebrated her birth day on Sunday All Fools Day. Fred Ault, Linn & Son, W. A. Dane and N. G. Hedin are planning to put a saw mill into active opera tion at Pine Grove. - I,ocal demand will take at least 409,000 feet to start off with, as everyone has put off building all but absolutely neces sary structures, hoping for a local mill to furnish lumber for building operation.s lead the The win IIJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1 I Week-End i peoaii Heavy Hickory Shirts : . 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Army Velvet Tobacco, 3 for 25c 3 Auto Trunks $3.95 3 Suit Cases as low as $1.25 I HEADQUARTERS I ARMY GOODS STORE SECOND and OREGON NEWS NOTES Salem will start work on new $40,000 garbage incinerator. Nyaa Bids will be opened June 1 for Owhee dam, 860 feet high. Klamath Falls Construction be gins on $75,000 new G. N. railroad station. $100,000 Is available for Joaquin Miller Trail highway, Harney county. Bums Hansen-Wylie timber com pany plans big sawmill In Bear Val ley. La Grande Five buildings will be erected to house state highway shops. Hood River will vote on $250,000 Cold Springs water system bonds. Portland $50,000 flying school home to be built at Union 'and Hal- ZELL'S . FUNERAL SERVICE Undertaking and Embalming AMBULANCE SERVICE Call Maupin Drag Store Phena-345 i Wilson Painting Co. House and Sign P-A-I-N-T-E-R-S-! PAPER HANGERS and DECORATORS Call, Write or phone, Times Office. Maupin, Oregon. f Dr. WM. KENNEDY DENTIST DENTAL X-RAY First National Bank Bldg. Tho Dalles, Oregon Phono 111 V.. Sol 31 WASHINGTON sey. Nyssa Contract will be let in June on Owyhee dam, 200 feet high to store 600,000 acre feet of water. Loreni Bros, will build modern pine mill 40 miles east of Klamath Falls. WERNMARK SHOE STORE Shoes and Repairing Wasco County '$ Exclusive , Shot Store ' hoos for th c:nrsl Repairing 'VhoU Hmii . Tho Hallo.. Or, Your Watch Haywire? ! If it Is not doing its work bring it to The Times off.ee and Mr. Semmes will send it to ' GUY A. POUND MM!'"4Hng Jewsler w.d Watchmaker 1 I). Llndquist THE DJmJU K8 . . ORKGON CRANDALL UNDERTAKING CO. QUIET SERVICE LADY ASSITANT3 ' The Dallti, Oregon. Phono 35-J WAPINfUA I. 0. O. F. ! Lodgo No. 209, Maupin, Oregon meets every Saturday night in I. O. 0. F. hall. Visiting members always welcome, James Chalmers, N. G. O,. F. Ranlck, Se'jr.