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PORTI ANn OFFERS A MARKET
vx lTllliy FOR YOUR PRODUCE
Complete Change Saturday. Artnlte. Week
day Matinee, 20c; Evening!, 40c. Contlnu
om 1 to 11 p. m. Children 10 centa all times-
We want your eirg- shipmenta. We pay cash No dia.
price tne day your shipment arrivea.
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Modern Fireproof American Plan
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SERVICE wNDPS8N &,MAYER GARAGE & MACHINE SHOP
Moved to New Larger Garage, 9th and Hoyt. Portland
ROOT AND HERB REMEDIES
If taken in time, prevent operations for Diabetes, Catarrh. ABthma.
Lunar. Throat, Liver. Kidney, Rheumatism. Blood, Stomach and all
female disorders. Bladder Troubles.
I he C. Gee Wo Remedies are harmless, as no drugs or poison are used.
Composed of the choisest medicinal roots, herbs, buds and bark, im
ported by us from far away oriental countries.
Call or Write for Information
C. Gee Wo Chinese Medicine Company
New Location-262W Alder St., S. W. Cor. Third. Portland, Oregon
Established 23 Years in Portland.
Return Postage Paid
On Replated Articles
Auto Lamps and Spotlights Resilvered
OREGON PLATING CO.
874 East Oak, cor. Union Ave., Portland, Ore
4x6 Photo of your BABY
In its BIRTHDA Y Month
tv 145 1-2 3rd St.
a Between Alder & Morrison
Cut, seam, hem and machine e .
pleat skirts ready for band. 00 CenW
Hemstitching, picoting and tucking.
EASTERN NOVELTY MFG. CO.
85 Fifth St. Portland, Ore,
2 SCHOOL DAIjS A
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Hemstitching, Buttons Covered.
165H Tenth St.. Portland
That Fit None Better
Dr. Harry Brown
149 Third St
We Specialize in
Hides, Pelts, Wool, Mohair, Tallow, Cascara,
Oregon Grape Root Goat Skins, Horse Hair
Write for Shipping Tags & latest Price List
Portland Hide & Wool Co.
t0 UNION aVENUE NORTH, PORTLAND, OREGON.
Branch at l'ocatello. Idaho
BUY THE; tST HORSE COLLAR MADE
All long: rye straw stuffed.
Insist on having the collar
with the "Fish" Label. If
your dealer does not handle
this brand collar, write to us
P. SHARKEY & SON
53 Union Av., Portland, Ore.
AUTO PARTS FOR ALL CARS
At less than Vi Trice. Mail orders promptly filled
Pacific Auto Wrecking Co. UroMpoKyiANDdera'
Belvue Poultry Farm
Phone Tabor 3039 47th and E. Davia Street
To farmers and others: We are buvers
of large or small quantities of poultry.
Highest market prices paid. Cheques
mailed same day as shipment arrives.
No commission deducted. References,
West Coast National Bank.
Removed without injury to the akin by Ney-Born
Depilatory. Sample on request. Ney-Born Lab
oratories, 519 Morgan Bldtf.. Portland Oregon.
See Yellowstone and
These two wonderlands have been
reproduced in charming illustrations
by the Union Pacific and bound in
book form with adequate description.
Both can be easily obtained and will
prove extremely entertaining as well
as instructive. Write for copies to
Wm. McMurray, General Passenger
Agent, Pittock Block, Portland, Ore
gon, who will forward them freely to
any address upon receipt of request.
Write HILLSBORO CHEMICAL CO.
Save On Your
Pipe, new nnd secondhand, black and gal
vanized, berry and hop wire, galvanized
barbed wire, farm tools, drag saws, black
smithing tools and supplies.
ALASKA JUNK CO.
GET OUR PRICES
201 Front St. Portland, Ore.
Gold and Silver Plating.
Send us your old Silverware, Reflectors
and Musical Instruments for repair and
resilvering. We gave you money. B. L.
Koote, 3864 Washington St., Portland.
Baths, sinks, toilets, basins, boilers,
ptps, valves and fittings. Prices reason
able. Standard Plumbing 4 Heating Co.
East 6th and Morrison Sts. Portland, Or.
Set of CO.00
3R" V guarantee materia
W$w '4 HLaav Rnc" workmanship.
-VsiasTaSsaf Painless extraction of
'Am0tm tK-th. jOe. H yeara in
the same location. U. 8. DKN'I LSTS. 24 Wash
ington cor. Second. Portland. Oregon.
Sanitary Beauty Parlors We fix yon up,
we make all kinds of Hair Gooda of your
combings. Join our School of Beauty Culture.
400 to 414 Dekum Bldg., Phone Broadway
6902, Portland, Oregon.
AUTO KNITTING INSTRUCTION
All machines taught und repaired. 428
Yamhill, Portland, Ore.
BRAZING, WELDING ft CUTTING
Northwest Welding ft Supply Co., 88 1st St.
Complete Line Bottlers' Supplies
Portland Beverage & Sply Co., 431 Stark
CUT FLOWERS ft FLORAL DESIGNS
Xilarke Bros.. Florists, 287 Morriaon St.
FEATHERS AND FLOWERS
Do not throw away your old feathers. We clean,
dye and remodel and match samples. New Flow
ers and Feathers made to order. 20 years estab
lished. We guarantee all work. Hartnesa Feath-
er & Flower Shop, 3H6Ml Washington St.
Unltype machine, first class shape, used
short time. 450 lbs. 10 point type worth
$1250.00 will sacrifice for $460.00, terms
to suit. American Type Foundry, Port
WABASH. Rooms 60c. 204 Madison St.
MOLER BARBER" COLLEGE
Teaches trade In 8 weeks. Some pay
while learning. Positions secured. Write
for catalogue. 234 Burnside street, Port
The North PortraTuTT-loTse-4k Mule Com
pany has 250 head of horses. These horses
are for sale, exchange, or rent, with or
without harness. We take in cattle,
horses, or mules In exchange We rent
by the day, week, or month. We are
equipped to deliver to any part of the
country on good roads, with, our own
trucks. Union Stock Yards, North Port
land, Oregon. Empire 0121.
""NEWSPAPER MEN"LOOK AT THIS
Live county weekly modern equipment
electrically operated. Near largest towns
on lower Columbia River. Ill health com
pels owner to sacrifice. Will sell 2-storv
Duiming 40x70 7 living rooms and plant
or will sell plant and lease building. Ad
jacent country growing rapidly $3000.00
will nandle this, balance on terms. Ad
dress K co American Newspaper Asso
ciation, 420 U. S. National Bank., Bldg.,
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able; years experience; descriptions free,
"The Successful Club," Mrs. Nash, Box 556,
If you are troublml with Appendicitis
or Stomach Trouble, write Hizz Company,
Portland, Oregon, for free information in
German or English.
Strawberry plants (Inspected and certi
fied). Oregons, Gold Dollars, Magoons;
price 70c per 100 prepaid, $5.00 per 1000
F. O, B, Canby, Ore. J. W. Morrison, 1020
South Princeton St., Portland, Oregon.
BANKERS' AND BROKERS' SALE.
We have taken over the following trucks
from the Portland Motor Car company
and Automotive Brokerage companv,
which must be sold at once In conjunc
tion with the bank's trucks. Packards,
Nash. Republic, Masters, Cleary, White,
Winther, Kissel, Federal, Dodge deliver',
Comet and other makes. All sizes. In
cluding dumps and hoists.
Terms to Suit.
CHAPERON MOTOR CAR CO.
Cor. Grand Ave. and Salmon.
Lessons given firing done. 225 2nd St.
Miller Paint Co. Wallpaper
We invite you to call and Inspect our
line of Wall Papers and Taints or send
for our free catalog. Select what you
want from our line and save money.
172 First St., Portland. Ore.
CLEANING AND DYEING
For reliable Cleaning and Dye
ing service aend parcela to ua.
We pay return postage. Inform
ation and prices given upon re
quest. ENKE'S CITY DYE WORKS..
Established 1890. Portland. Ore
GOING TO BUILD?
We have hundreds of plans at $10.00 and up. Send
ua a sketch of the home you want and we will sub
mit similar specimen plans. No obligation except
to return plana if not suitable.
O. M. A K E R S
Designing and Drafting. 611-12 Couch Building,
Belvue Poultry Farm
47th and E. Davis, Portland, Ore.
We have the finest variety of Breeding
Stock at reasonable prices; also Baby
Chickens, for sale.
Tancred Imperial Leghorns.
Raneys Strain Rhode Island Reds
McC'onnels Strain Black .Minorcas.
Sheppards Strain Anconas.
Fishels Strain White Rocks.
White Pekin Ducks and Drakes.
Small Apartments Hurt Sale of Big Paintings
London. Large ranvnsog painted
uy old masters to hang upon the spa
clous walls of the rich man's mansion
are hard to sell in these days of
apartments and small houses. Bond
fcjreet dealers say the demand Is al
most entirely for small pictures, so
that prices frequently are In inverse
.ktlo to size.
Postwar social changes are hld re
sponsible for tha poor market tccord-
ed huge masterpieces with ttielr many
yards of canvas. Scores of country
mansions have been closed or sold io
the newly rich, who have been too
occupied with money-making to care
about art, and most town houses are
already overfilled with furniture and
Almost every part of the wtial has
a commercial value.
H"t 1 H-H-M-H M H-H-H-H-M-M-
THE ONE WHO t
T By DOUGLAS MALLOCH I
l -I- I 'l-1-1 "M-hHH H-H-l 'l'M-1 1 frM
TWO there were upon a quest:
One went east, and one went west ;
One was rich, and one was poor,
One the highroad, one the moor.
One of them (no matter which.
Maybe poor, or maybe rich,
One with wealth, or one with not,
Road or moor, no matter what).
One of them, who trudged along,
As he traveled, sang a song,
Smiled to see the sun again.
Played with snow, and laughed at rain,
One of them found many things
All along to give him wings,
Often helped him up the hllL
One of them, I'm sad to say,
Traveled quite another way,
Cursed the rocks, and cursed the road,
Ev'ry labor, ev'ry load.
One of them, (no matter whom,
Man of gladness, man of gloom,
Man of wealth, or man of naught).
Found at last the thing he sought.
One of them (no matter which,
On the highroad, in the ditch)
Found the thing he sought, although
Which It was I do not know.
One of them, I know at least,
Found work fun, and life a feast,
If he won, or If he lost,
Found the journey worth the cost.
Two there were. Whichever came,
Wealth or want, or failure, fame.
Good or bad, or right or wrong,
One at least had had the song.
Z by McClure Newspaper Syndicate.)
Bv h. iruinq KiNqj
OLD-FASHIONED farmers In some
sections of the country will assure
you that If you want to have your pep
per plants do well you should have
them set out by a red-headed iierson.
Same thing If you grow the plants
from the seed get a red-haired per
son to sow the seed. Some say a
quick-tempered, Irritable person, even
If he Is not red headed, will do as
well. This Is a clear case of sympa
thetic magic applied to agriculture and
the application of sympathetic magic
to agriculture Is not only one of the
oldest, if not the very oldest, phases
of the mental development of primi
tive man, but Is one which exists In
the form of vurlous superstitious all
over the world today.
In some parts of Europe the peas
ants at planting time leap high In the
air in the sown fields In order that the
crops may grow nigh ; In another a
sower of wheat wears a golden ring
In order that the grain may have a
rich, gulden color and a stone, wrapped
In a white rug, is placed among the
cabbages In order that they may "head
up" white and hard; while In Sumatra
the rl e Is sown by women with their
hair hanging loose In order that the
cereal may grow luxuriantly and have
Instances of similar practices might
be multiplied almost indefinitely. All
are inheritances from the primitive;
the persistence of primitive magic Into
the Twentieth century, subsisting side
by side with colleges of agriculture.
by alcClure Ntwapaper Syndicate.)
What a great thing common sense
Is when we practice it.
I'll bind myself to that which, once
being right, will not be less right when
I shrink from It. Klngsley.
THE SPRINGTIME GREENS
TT IS well to be forehanded In plan
ning for the early spring vegetables
and greens. Too often the season Is
past before we realize how much we
have missed by not serving often the
common weeds and greens of the way
side. The piquant appetizing water
cress may be found all winter on the
banks of running brooks. One should
eat freely of this splendid green ; Its
peppery flavor makes it very tasty
served with lamb chops and eaten with
just a dash of salt. As a salad with a
sliced radish and onion and a highly
seasoned French dressing it is especial
ly well liked.
Pimdelion greens are well known.
Those who have tried them have found
such tender morsels under protecting
boards or hidden from the light the
white bleached dandelions which,
served with chopped onion and any
kind of sulad dressing are truly worth
Another dressing to be used over the
fresh uncooked greens Is:
Wash and drain one pint of tender
greens, cut Into two-Inch pieces. Cut
two ounces of bacon Into small cubes
and fry until Crisp and brown. Beat
one egg until liht ; add two table
spoonfuls of sugar, one-quarter of a ta
blespoonful of salt, one-third of a cup
ful of water, one-qi:arter of a cupful of
vinegar. Pour this mixture into a fry
ing pan with the bacon; mix well, stir
ring constantly until thickened. It
should be about of the consistency of
cream. Pour hot over the greens and
serve at once.
The tender onions, the multipliers,
are early, full of mineral salts and
vltamlnes which are needed to keep the
body In good health.
The poke In the South, the milkweed
stalks In the North, cooked Just as they
first come up, are tender, nicely fla
vored and as tasty a dish as much of
the early asparagus.
Dock and wild mustard make very
good cooked greens, as well as the
sheep sorrel nnd ragweed so common
In the field. Lamb's qunrters cooked
with dundellon greens have flavor as
well as variety.
Asparagus With Buttered Crumbs.
Boll a bunch of asparagus. Place on
a platter. In a saucepan put four ta
blespoonfuls of butter, one-half cupful
of fresh bread crumbs ; fry a deep
brown. Sprinkle over the asparagus,
with salt, pepper and minced parsley,
r.urnlsh with sliced, hard-cooked eggs.
Serve with melted butter.
((, 1 -1 Western Newspaper t'nlon.)
Has Anyone Laughed
At You ..
By E l HEL K.
You love to give advice?
Advice, unless It's carelessly
given, never really hurts. It does
you good, because It makes you
think of others. Thinking of
others always helps the coun
try! There Is too little of It. If
folks tuke your advice and It
goes wrong It's only you who suf
fer and they have you to blame
It on 1 If the advice turns out
f. well you will probably never
Charming Alma Bennett, the "movie"
star, was born in Seattle, Wash., in
April, 1905. She was educated in San
Francisco. Miss Cennett is 5.4 feet
tall; weighs 118 pounds. She has dark
brown hair and brown eyes. Her fa
vorite recreations are swimming, dan
cing, golf. She plays the violin.
Have You This Habit?
By Margaret Morison
A SPEAKING VOICE
riIEK things being equal," said
the great doctor that evening at
dinner, "a good speaking voice is the
greatest asset a man or a woman can
hnve. When I want to engage a Merc
tary, I always try to have my first In
terview over the telephone. The sec
retary I have now I picked out from
five other young women who applied,
all of them capable, mainly because
she speaks clearly and isn't nasal."
"Can a pleasing voice be acquired,
doctor?" asked his host, "or Is It just
a golden spoon that same people are
born with and others not?"
"Good voice production," answered
the eminent specialist, putting down
his fork and speaking emphatically,
"good voice production is a habit and
can be acquired. I once had a young
assistant," he went on, "who purely
by Imitation and association with the
group he was running with fell gradu
ally into a sloppy way of talking that
was very difficult to understand and
very unattractive. I finally had It out
with him ; he saw my point he was ;i
fine fellow and though it was a stmg
gle he began to stand up Straight, open
bis mouth, shape his words, get his
voice forward. You'd be surprised If
I were to tell you his name; everyone
knows it these days."
The next morning at church the doc
tor's host heard a sermon that stayed
In his memory for many days. The
message of that sermon was fine, but
he bad heard the same thoughts many
times before without consciously carry
lng them about with him afterward.
The difference In the impression made
lay In the voice of the spanker which,
with no visible effort, can led clearly
and quietly. He whs quite undramatlc,
He was telling his own beliefs In un
strained, rightly placed tones that pro
nouncod slowly and distinctly, not gar
bled sounds, but well-rounded English
It Is of the universal habit of run
ning our words and sentences together
Into one confused Jumble, or squeezing
our throats until our voices must come
forth through our noses, of hissing and
spitting out our sounds, of bawling and
distorting our faces that we must be
ware. HAVE YOU THIS HABIT?
(O by Metropolitan Nowapaper Service.)
t Men You May Marry
By E. R. PEYSER
Has a man like this proposed
T to you?
oympiums; LOOKS mill, t)Ut
brightens at your Interest In
him. Tells you, "You're the
first person to understand
me; my boss doesn't, neer had
one who does; my mother, dear
little woman, always petted my
Z brothers, and never did get me.
All the girls I know Jilt me for
hear of It again; You
J. fret! Let them laugh.
y advise, do your best.
Y Your get-away here ie:
Don't worry very little advice
Is ever followed.
I ( by McClure Newapapir Syndicate )
more successful ehups. Wants
his own way In little things.
Never Uilnks anything hi- does Is
wrong. "Nobody tlo(s It right.
Why don't they let me?" Alwavs
talking about the fellers In the
office who go abend of him on
the Job. He's often late at his
desk. He slinks around the office
like an underdog.
He Is dogged.
'f Prescription for his bride:
tj Prepare for a real bully
. in the home.
Take spine exercises for your
SUPPRESSION IS THE FATH-
ER OF OPPRESSION.
2 t) by McClure Noepaper Syndicate )
After Every Meal
It's the longest-lasting
confection yon can bay
and It's a help to di
gestion and a cleanser
for the mouth
bene lit as well aus
Woman Aviator Killed.
Sun Antouio, Tux. Mrs. Bertha
Horchem, member of an air circus,
was killed instantly Sunday afternoon
at the municipal flying field here.
The left wing of her plane crumpled
as she went into a loop at 1200 feot.
The piano crashed to the ground 20
feet in front of tho hangar and into
the edge of the crowd of 3000 specta
tors. Cyle Horchem, her husband and
owner of the circus, collapsed as the
woman's body was removed from the
twisted wreckage. Ho is in n serious
Mrs. Jennie Butterfield
Good Advice for Women
Portland, OrcR "All my life I
have known of Dr. EUerce a medi
cines, My mother was a physician
and she llinulit so well ol Dr.
Pierce's medicines that she quite
frequently recommended them to
her patients, especially the 'Favorite
Prescription' for women- For about
two years after the birth f my
fourth child 1 suffered with feminine
trouble of a very .serious nature.
I had all the aches and pains a
WOtnan COttld have. I was nervous
and weak just able to be around.
I was in distress all the time, when
I began takiiiK Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescriptioni but was completely
relieved of all my ailments and
restored to perfect health.
"When my daughter was growing
into womanhood she was backward
and had such poor health that she
was compelled to quit school. I
gave her the 'Favorite Prescription'
and it completely restored her to
health and she came Into woman
hood in a very natural way." Mrs.
Jennie Butterfield, 821 Mich. Ave.
Write Dr. Pierce. Pres. Invalids'
Hotel in Buffalo, N. Y for free
medical advice or send 10c for trial
Plane Falls, Two Hurt.
Morehead city, N. c. Lieutenant-
Commander A. B, Montgomery and
Machinist-Mate Christian son were
placed In a hospital hero suffering
from injuries received when their ulr
planC fell 50 feet Into shallow water
opposite here Sunday. The machine,
the c i, was one of throe observation
planes which let) Hampton Bonds, Va.,
for Miami, h'la., Sunday.
"What makes you think you wero
defeated by fraud?'' "I paid for 1611
votes in the second precinct, and tho
books show that I got a total of only
153 there. Our election system Is
simply rotten."--Cleveland Leader.
Flora -"Don't you find the hot sun
bad for the eomplexionf" Fauna
"It's awful. It ukIIh the rouge and
leaves the face all streaky."
The shipping hoard took action
Tuesday designed to obtain for Amer
ican shipping preferential treatment
in handling American exports which
was provided in tho merchant marine
act of 1910
v-M-X-X-X-I-X-X-X-W-Xvv-W-i ! ..
in ncrilrd in every department of houtr
keeping- r.iually food for tovvrli, table
linen, t!ieet und pillow raaea. (iru.tr$
Business College Places Graduates In
Knroll any time of year. Write for free
UCC4M catalog. Fourth and Yuinb.111,
P. N. U.
No. 11, 1924