fiit kiAurm tim3 A r EASTERN OREGON' INTERERTS DEPEND UPON THE ELECTION OF 0 . ..,..-. fa! .'-" 5 , V ' frL. Robert R. Butler Republican Candidate for onjgress' Second Oregon District 'The excellent work of Hon. N. J. Sinnott'should be carried on. Judge Butler is the man to represent Eastern Ore- m unjjress 10 carry on sinnott's service. He is 4G years old, young enough to serve the district many more years. VOTERS OF EASTERN OREGON can well follow the recommendation of Sen. Stei wer, Sen. McNary, Judge Stephen A. Lowell, Pend leton, and Arthur V. Swift, who represents farming interests. All of these men endorse Judge Butler's candidacy. Paid adv. by Republican Congres sional Committee, H. J. Warner, Chairman, Pendleton, Ore., Ben R. Liftin, Secretary, The Dalles, Oregon. Ad A Cbsiitasit m Piribtiip Republican For the prdtection of labor, industry, agriculture and citizenship the Re publican party started the protective tariff. The Paine-Aldrich bill which was wiped out by democratic leader ship in 1913 and the Fordney-Mc-Cumber bill which went into effect in 1922, closed America's doors to the free entry of European manufactur ed goods, produced by cheap labor, and the livestock and agricultural products of South America, New Zealand and Australia. Under these a duty of 42 cents a bushel was plac ed on wheat; 15 cents a bushel on corn; V2 to 2 cents a pound on cat tle; 50 cents per hundred pounds on potatoes; $2 a head on sheep and 31 cents per pound on scoured wool. Democratic The Democratic party has always opposed to high protective tariff. It stands for. "tariff for revenue only" or a "competive tariff." When the Underwood law went into effect there followed in its wake a near panic that was only averted by the World War in Europe. Wheat, corn, cattle sheep, wool, potatoes and other products were placed on the free list. The farmer suffered from foreign competition, and scores of factories closed down and brought on unemployment and bread lines. Revenue for government expense be came so low that the Stamp Act of October 22, 1914, went into effect and a tax was required on all notes deeds and mortgages and perfumes and other sundries. The tariff is the safe-guard of American industry, agriculture and com merce. If changes are to be made in existing tariff laws, they can best be entrusted to friends in the tariff party the Republican party. Protection against foreign competition means prospertity. If you would have a continu ation of prosperity 6 - v I v 41 President Vote for 4 4 For Vice-President Support a Republican President by voting for R. R. Butler for Congress Paid adv. by Republican State Cent ral Committee, 207 Imperial Hotel, Portland. Phil Met8chan, Chairman. Floyd J, Cook, Secretary. PINE GROVE DOINCS Dr. Elwood, R. B. Bell and Jljfgi wio Sunday viniion at hichnrdion'i First and Lnet Chance itntlon Sun Jay. Dr. Lawrence Stovall, Ed. Mat. hewe and George Bunulde vLitod ranches In this section last Sunday., Mntliows is looking for a ranch to rent an,d ia considering taking over the Burnnldtt and Shopflln pfaces. i Frank Richnrdaon and Carl Pow-j ell wore Tino Grove week end visl-' tors Inst week. I Jo. A. Graham reported wet weather at Clackamas ranger sta tion and headquarters lately. ' Leslie Flinn took his family out to Tho Dulles Sunday, returning for work Monday. Ilmi'l and Lea Laughlin tpent the pa.H week end at home. Melfin Wallers, the allaround nthlfte of the Wopinitia High school, will be a back field actor to be reckoned with when county teams met Vj.pjniti,,, Virgil Mayfield Is milking 25 Sancn and Tongonberg toots threo times daily. ' Pete Conroy's sheep are postur ing tho Sanford-Boyer ranch on their way from the mountains. Water Master T. Ltland Crown visited certain farmers at Tine Crovo thij week. Tim and Frank Linn and Mrs. Tim Linn Went to the Blue moun tains recently for a 10-days' hunt and ccmping trip. The cuttlo ride will soon start, and the riders will comb the upper range for stock. Wapinitia Cattle men's association members are rounding up a force to go on the hunt. Julius Shepflin and Lee Boyer recently held a conference relative to closing Shcpflin'a lease on the Boyer ranch, as well as looking up the next renter. A number of lo cal neighbors have applied for a lease and it looks as though San ford & Boyer will have no trouble in getting a renter. The snle at the old Sam Brown rr.nch is iined up for Saturday of tnis week. Julius Shepflin is sell ing out and Newt Hcdin will do the selling for him. Mrs. Julius Shepflin and Mrs. Rnw Ward went to Dufur recently to make a deal for tho Frank McCorkle Maupin property. A Christian Endeavor rally with The Dalles U. B. church young peo ple as hosts, was held at Wapinitia Saturday Inst. Calvin McCorkle as delegate and Roy Ward as plternate are in Port land attending the U. B. conference. Fvcv. Hazen left Wednerday, also goin? to the conference. It is ex pected that Mr. Hazen will be sent back to this field of labor. Fred Hachlor came out of the mountains Saturday, remaining un til Monday. Ed. Mathews and wife from The Dalies, were guests of the Shepflins on Monday. Wultor Fharp ani family vhiud the R. .iohnion fruit farm at Maul-in Inst week, gatting their winter r.upp'y of peaches and apples. Wm. Moore is again buying and '"llins Tieiich sweet onions at f.r.s Grove. Victor Notes Georgia Ward, teacher of the Victor school, announces plans for a basket social and entertainment at her school. The date will be men-' tioned later. Miss Ward Is a capa ble and attractive lml y and Is very popular among the school district t ZELL'S FUNERAL SERVICE Undertaking nnd Embalming: AMBULANCE SERVICE Call Mniipia Drug Store Phona-3'tS Dr. WM. KENNEDY DENTIST DENTAL X-RAY Flrt National Bunk B!.lf. The Drllri, Ortgttn Thou 391 people, because of her elot eppllc cation to her school duties. Newton 0. Hedln will act as aUctlont of the baskets. ' ! Life Resident Taxpayer Farmer World War Veteran Harold Sexton Republican Nominee, For ! Sheriff Wasco County Paid Advertisement. WhiteRestaurant WTiere the best 35 cent meal is served ia The Dalles Next The Dalles Creamery C. N. Sargent, Prop. uestmcw. DANCES GIVEN BY Win Be Held on the Following Dates at The Ameri can Legion Hall during the Dance Season: October 18 Old Time dance. October 27 Carnival and dance. November 10 ArmLtlct Day dance. November 29 Thanksgiving dance. December 8 Smoker and dance. December 25 Christmas dance. December 31 New Yeara dance. January 12 Mask Ball January 2C Old Time dance. February 2 Open date. March 17 St. Patrick'! dance. SHIP BY TRUCK REGULAR FREIGHT LINE SERVICE Between PORTLAND - THE DALLES - MAUPIN THE DALLES TRUCK LINE Inc. PORTLA ND-TH E DALLES nd Way Points SPICKERMAN'S TRUCK LINI THE DALLES. MAUPIN ad Wjr Palais BONDED & INSURED CARRIERS when in rim n.uxrs M?.ke Yo'.is- Ucadqsrters at The Black and White or A merican Restaurants CRANDALL UNDERTAKING CO. QUIET SERVICE LADY ASSITANTS The Dalles, Oregon. Phone 3S-J Your Watch Haywire? If it is not doing its work brine: it to The Times office and Mr. Seinmes will send it to GUY A. POUND MMfivxaetar'.ng Jeweler tuul Watchmaker buccw4r ta U. Lindquiat THE DAIJL.E3 - . OREGON where every service awaits you. 0 FREE PHONE REST ROOMS Both Restaurants have been entirely remodeled for your convenience. E. J. McMahon PROPRIETOR AUCTIONEER Valuaiion judgement lcgl experience Dotails of isle tmtk as notices, bills, newipapor adt, credit aritaaiemants, clerk of eel, etc., attended to wilh dispatch. " I don't foreet who I am working; for when crying a sale. Rates satisfactory. Newton G. Hedin, Maupin, Ore.