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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (July 7, 1916)
Oregon's finest beach resort. Ptved streets.
mountain water, sewers, bathing, fishinc,
dancing. Most scenic railroad trip in Oregon.
Separate small residences, completely fur
nished; plectric liffhts, water, fuel, laundry,
janitor service free. Two beds. Rates $10.00.
per week; $18.00 two weeks; $30.00 four weeks.
All you need take it. your suitcase.
BAYOCEAN ANNEX Splendid view of
ocean ana bay. Near Natatorium. Excellent
table. Kates $2.50 per day and up.
BAYSIDE INN-Fine table, forty guesta, sea
foods, use of baths. Rates $2.50 per day.
The Natatorium is finest on Coast. Tank 50x160 feet. Warm Sea Water. Special Railroad
Rates. For reservations and printed matter address
GOOD MARKET SQUABS
PARTS FOR 1-2
Parts over 50 makes and models, at half the reg
ular price. Buy your UBed auto parts from an
old-established and reputable dealer, who has a
reputation to protect and conducts the largeet
parts store and carries the largest complete as
sortment of used auto parts of any company this
side of Chicago. Our prices are less, and for this
reason we outsell all others. All parts are guar
anteed to be in first-class condition.
MOTOR PARTS MFG. CO.
323-325-327 BURHSIDE ST., PORTUHO, OR.
MJUKM f MtA -Oft
New and Second-hand
New Houston Hotel
SIXTH AND EVERETT STS.
Four Blocks from Union Station. Under new
management. All rooms newly decorated.
SPECIAL RATES BY WEEK OR MONTH
Rates 50c, 75c, $1, $1.50 Per Day.
Best Breeding Stock Is an Es
sential to Success.
Burlap and Twine.
Tell your dealer you
SECONDS," the Bags
Have him write our
WINKLEMAN BAG & BURLAP CO.,
171 Front St.,
Tacoma. Wash. Portland. Oregon.
Oldest and Largest Second-hand Bag
Dealers? in the Northwest,
f you cannot come to
Portland to get your
eyes fitted, I wilt send
you my method of test
ing eyeB by mail. Not
as desirable as person
al service but much
better than going with
out glasses needed or
trying to ht yourself.
Outfit sent on application, STAPLES, the Jew-etcr-Optician.
26ti Morrison at,, Portland, Oregon
Hunt Pigeon Is One of Largest, But
Not as Prolific or as Good Breeder
or Feeder as Homer Carneaux
Prolific pigeons producing large
squabs are commonly kept confined In
pens, -which involves proper housing
and a flyway, or outside yard, cov
ered with wire. Common pigeons, al
lowed their freedom, are less prolific
and produce smaller squabs. A study
of New York squab quotations shows
that the price per dozen for dressed
squabs fails rapidly as the weight
goes down and the other departs from
white. While prime white weighing
ten pounds to the dozen brought $3.75
per dozen in March, last year, In New
York, six-pound squabs were not
quoted above $2 per dozen, while $1.60
was the high price per dozen for dark
squabs, and culls brought only five or
six cents apiece.
Of the squab-raising varieties the
Homer is considered the most popular
If you have tried other methods, modes, cults
or systems of healing and have not received relief,
you have tried the wrong thing. Chiropractors
have been successful in removing the causes of
disease where other methods failed. If you are
sick or ailing, have a trouble of lonff standing, I
will be pleased to consult and give you a spinal
analysis, which costs you nothing.
DR. H. L. CHANDLER
502-3-4 Broadway Bldg., Portland, Ore.
Dairymen and Poultryraen
We guarantee absolutely correct returns.
Send us your next shipment of Cream,
Eggs, Poultry. Write for Shipping Tags
and Premium List.
Hazelwood Co., Portland
He wants to hold your trade
and tries to sell you brands
Vip knows vou will like.
He is always ready to recommend
6 Baring Powder -Ask Mm
OaT 6 Ey inflamed by expo.
quickly relieved by Marias
r.ye neatly, no smarting,
iust Eve Comfort. At
Vour Dnifp'it'n 50c pet Bottle. MnrlM ty
Druggists or Hurlst Eye HemeJy Co., Chicago
This Trade Mark Meant
The finest Violins, Mandolins,
Guitars, Banjos and Banjo
Mandolins, that can be made.
Made in Oregon of Oregon
wood, which is the finest in the
world. Bad violins made into
good ones. Write for illustrat
ed circulars and details to
THE COULTER CO..
227V4 Wuhingtoi St. Pwtlud, Ore.
DESERVES WELL OF FARMER
Phoebe's Voice la Faint and She Cer
tainly Is Not Pretty, but She
Hates All Beetles.
HIDES, PELTS, CASCARA BARK,
WOOL AND MOHAIR.
We want all you have. Write for prices ana shippings
THE H. F. NORTON CO. Portland, Ore, Seattle, Wn
One Result of the War.
A delightful old lady of a little town
In Nebraska was discovered one mora
ine in the act of killing a chicken.
"Why, Mrs. Brown, I thought that
you were afraid to kill a chicken," said
a neighbor in surprise.
"Yes, dearie, I did uster be; bat
since the war broke out I've done it
"Well, you see, It's this way: I uster
think that bloodshed was an awful
thing, but since I've been readin' about
all them men-killtn's in Europe I just
get a rooster by the feet, lay his head
on the block and say to myself: 'Now,
Sarah, 'taln't near so bad as killin' a
man. Where's your nerve?' And then
I just shut my eyes and whack.'
White Runt Female.
Doable Tread Puncture Proof Tires
Made from your old ones. L&at long
u Brand New TIKES Write ua.
OREGON VULCANIZING CO.,
660 Washinirton St.. Portland. On.
b no more necenaar
than Smallpox. Array
experience baa demonstrate.
the almost miraculous effi
cacy, and harmlessness, of Antityphoid Vacclnatioo.
Be vaccinated NOW by your physician, you and
tour family. It la more TiUl than bouae Insurance.
Ask your physician, druBBtit, or send for Have
you had Typhoid?" telling- of Typhoid Vaccine,
1 resttlta from uae, and danger from Typhoid Carriers.
IHC CUTTE LABORATORY, PCRRtlCY, CAL,
raoauciKS vaccinas a mull uhbib u. s. aov. ucaasi
"I've been thinking it all over and
I've come to the conclusion that per
haps after all we ought to have a
"But I don't think it is fair to keep
all those men' standing all the time.
The least we can do is to furnish each
man a camp stool." Detroit ree
Not a Garden.
"Are you going to make a garden
"No," replied Mr. Growcher. "I'm
going to dig up a place in the back
yard and put some seeds into it, and
then turn it over to the chickens for
a picnic ground, wasmusiuu ouu.
She (bitterly) I only wish I'd
known as much about you before I
He Well, it was just my confound
ed luck that you didn't Boston Tran
script. r i
"Brown Is a good mixer."
"Drinks, metaphors or socially?
Detroit Free Press.
Young Lady (kindly) "I hope you
brush your teeth regularly, Maggie?"
Moo-p-io flnrlienantlv) "Brush me
teeth'? Wot would I do that forT
There ain't no hair on me teeth."
Why He Lost HI Job.
Tommy Out of a job?
Jimmv Yes. The boss said he was
losing money on the things I was mak
in'. Tommy Wasn't there anything else
you could do in the place?
Jimmy I guess not. Anyhow he
said I didn't Beem afile to do anything
Tommy And what was you makln'?
Jimmy Mistakes. Utica Herald
Representative Augustus P. Gard
ner said in a preparedness address in
"The unprepared man is always at
a disadvantage. It's like a dialogue 1
once heard: .
" 'Can you fight? shouted one man.
" 'N no,' another, answered.
"'Then,' shouted the first man
'then come on, you coward! "'
"These are unusually fine cigars,
Mrs. Jiggers. Your husband is lucky
to have you select for him."
"Oh, he doesn't smoke that kind reg
ularly. I use them to slip one in his
pocket whenever I give him a letter to
post" Baltimore American.
Butter, Eggs &
To the Old Reliable Everdlnor limine with a
record of 45 years of Square Dealings and be
Top Market Prices.
F. M. CRONKHITE,
4547 From St, PORTLAND, ORE
Von Can Get Allen'? foot-Ease FREE.
Write Aliens. Olmsted, I. Roy, N. Y., for.
Irue sample of Alleu'a Foot-Ease. It eurva
jvtfating, h.vt swoUi'ii, aching feet. It makes
new or tight ahos easy. A certain cure for
?orns. iiiifiowlng nalla and bunions. All drug
gists seine. 25u. Don't accent any substitute
Right in Line.
"I e," said his wife, "that these
basDall players have progressive
ideas on sanitation.
"The paper states that they spent
the afternoon swatting flies." Louis
variety. The habit of this bird of
returning home if allowed freedom
makes it necessary to confine pigeons
purchased from other lofts. The
Carneaux pigeon has recently become
popular as a squab producer. This
variety 1b somewhat larger than the
Homer and it is stated is about as
prolific. Several other varieties of
pigeons larger than the Homer are
used on a small scale in squab raising,
especially in crossing with the Homer
and Carneaux to increase the size of
squabs. The Runt Is one of the largest
but Is not as prolific or as good a
breeder or feeder as the Homer.
Some of the other varieties reported
used as squab breeders are the Dra
goon, White Maltese or hen pigeon,
the White King and common pigeon.
Good breeding stock is an essential
of success in squab raising, but as it Is
difficult to tell the age and sex of
pigeons, and age Is very important,
It Is necessary to buy from reliable
breeders and preferably those who
guarantee their product. Variety
alone does not insure successful squab
production. The birds differ indl
vidually and they should be selected
for their productive power and vitality,
for quality and size of their squabs
and their ability to feed and rear
offspring. Dark-colored skins, legs or
beak Indicate poor quality of flesh,
bringing lower prices on markets.
Care should be taken to select breed
lng birds which have -white or pinkish
white skin and light-colored legs.
Pigeons are most valuable as squab
producers when from two to six years
of age, although many will breed un
til they are about eight years old. The
small varieties mate and breed at five
to six months, and the large varieties
at eight to nine months. It is advis
able, therefore, to buy mated pigeons
from two to three years old, or to se
cure young birds six to eight weeks
old and tamo them at the proper age.
All squabs which are to be saved for
breeding should be banded before they
leave the nest and a careful record
kept of their breeding. Squabs hatched
After you're well acquainted with
the phoebe and catch some of her spir
it of friendliness and companionship,
you won't care a snap of the finger
that she can't sing very well, nor that
she Isn't good looking. You'll wel
come her in spring jUBt as if she were
a Venus for looks and Melba for voice.
You'll listen for her first notes and
say: "There's Phoebe back again."
She's the earliest arrival among the
flycatchers, reaching here about March
21, even before tha flies. She seeks
out her last year's home under the
bridge, or beneath the rafters of the
barn, and starts renovating her nest.
Often when an unscrupulous cowblrd
usurps the nest to lay eggs of her
own, the phoebe will build another
nest atop the old one and start house
keeping over again as it nothing had
We've remarked that she couldn't
sing, yet her little "phe-bee" note Is
one of the cheeriest of springtime.
We've said she wasn't beautiful, yet
her dull olive-brown coat, with a yellowish-white
breast are far more at
tractive than some birds of gay plu
mage. The phoebe Is beautiful be
cause Bhe is useful.
From the time of her arrival until
she leaves late in tha fall she's busy
warring on the farmer's enemies.
She'll sit on a mullein stalk and watch
for a beetle. Suddenly she will dart
into the air and her bills go shut with
a snap good-by beetle. She Is a lor
ot conservationist, because she eats
the elm leaf beetle. She is the farm
er's friend, because Bhe eats the May
beetles and click beetles, which In
jure crops. Bhe 1b the gardener's
friend because she eats the squash
In fact, she is the friend of everyone
except the beetles. Philadelphia
Foot-and-Mouth In the Philippines.
Officials of the Philippines reported
to Washington last week that the foot-and-mouth
disease has again laid it3
grip on the islands. The scourge is
called rinderpest over there, and has
been the bugbear or all cattle dealers
and dairies, the few that there are,
almost from the beginning of Ameri
can occupation in 1898.
It is estimated that 260,000 carabaos
have died of rinderpest in the last
year. There were BOO deaths in the
last week of April, when the last mail
report was sent to Washington. The
loss is about $5,000,000.
The Philippine bureau of agriculture
asked for $250,000 to fight the scourge,
but the legislature only appropriatsd
$12,500 and this is held responsible to
a great extent for the spread of the
If conditions continue as thoy are In
the islands it is feared that the loss
the coming year will be fully as great.
Sao Your Stock
Balsam of Myrrh
"Want some stock in my concern?"
"It's a gold mine."
"That's no inducement. I've Invest
ed in gold mines more than once."
Paid for But
sects. I buy
museums, art-work, study purposes and
private collections. 6c to $7 each paid.
8-pp. folder FREE. Easy outdoor employment.
Box 244, D 108. Los Angeles, Cat.
For Galls, Wire
Thrush, Old Sores,
Nail Wounds, Foot Rot,
Fistula. Bleeding, Etc., Etc.
Made Since 1846. ''jffi
Prico 25c, 50c and $1.00
, OR WRITS!
AH Dea!ers SiSS8$lW
DAISY FLY KILLER
Totem Pole Must Don Some Clothes.
Clothes make the totem pole, ac
cording to John Oscar Davis, collector
of the port, at San Francisco.
Horrified at what he saw when a
Burmese specimen consigned to the
Rev. J. H. East of Portland was un
covered at the customhouse early in
February, Collector Davis has now
recovered sufficiently from the shock
to announce that when the proper ha
biliments have been placed on the
relic it may be allowed to proceed on
its way to the Indignant consignee.
Painting, the collector said, had
been considered, but clothing would
be better. His plan now is to arrange
for a proper costuming of the mooted
totem pole at the .expense of Doctor
East and that then the curio, decor
ously accoutered for appearance
among the most select circles, might,
be allowed admission to the land of
the free and the home of the brave.
attracts and kills
ient, cheap. Lam all
metal, can'tapill or tic,
oven will not loll or
(n)ure any th Inrr
Sold by dealers, or
6 lent tiy express pre
paid lor 1.
HAEULD 80MEBS, U0 SsXalb An.. Braollvo, H. T.
mm . ll laMIM II I It
"Well, landlord, how's business now
adays?" "Oh, purty good, purty good. Had a
whole passel of people register yis-
te'day. They were rive gentlemen,
three ladies and four musicians."
No Difficulty on That Score.
An old negro mammy who was ad
dicted to the pipe was being lectured
on the habit by a Sunday school teach
er. Finally the latter said:
"Do you expect to go to heaven T"
"But the Bible says nothing unclean
shall enter there. Now the breath ol
the smoker Is unclean. What do you
say to that?"
"Well, I reckon I leave ma bref be
hin' when I enter dar," was old mam
my's response. Boston Transcript.
Pimples, boilB, carbuncles, dry up and
disappear with Doctor Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery. In tablets or liquid.
Fearless of Consequence.
Grubbs I never realized until now
what a convinced optimist Binks Is.
Stubbs What made you form your
new estimate of him?
Grubbs The fact that he Is trying
to raise chickens, roses and two bull
pups all on the same lot Richmond
Polly Did he propose to you In tha
Dolly Hardly. He asked me how
I would like to wear his neoktles.
A Bad Picker.
"She's been divorced twice."
"Had bad luck, eh?"
"No, good luck, but mighty bad Judg
ment" Detroit Free Press.
Believed In It.
"Do you believe In the observance
of the Golden Rule?"
"I do. I always like to have other
people keep it in mind when they're
dealing with me." BoBton Transcript.
Sounded Like It
"My masquerade costume will be
white with a yellow yoke.
"And what do you represent an
egg?" Louisville Courier-Journal.
IMS id tOTw ;
P. N. U.
No. 27, 1916
Do Ycur Own Plumbing
By buyinr dirt from na at wholMtvle price
and save the plumber's profit!. Writ) na to
day your necda. W will give yoa our rock
bottom "direct-to-you" prleea, f. o. b. rail or
boat We actually save yoa from 10 to W per
cent. All (rooda miaranteed.
Northwest headquarter! for Leader Water
Systems and Fuller A Johnaon Engines.
212 Than. StrtM. PortUavd, Oratoa
Expensive Buildings Not Necessary.
tn April, May and June, when their
value on the market Is comparatively
email, make good breeders. It a
breeding pigeon dies Its mate should
be removed from the pen and a new
It Is not necessary to put up an ex
pensive building to start squab rais
ing. The Illustration shows how an
old outbuilding may be utilized for
pigeons by a beginner at trifling ex
pense. The wire netting to form the
flying pen In above picture cost $1.25.
Wind Imprisons Woman.
Imprisoned In a closet by the wind
slamming a door fast, Mrs. Mollie Cor
dery, who lives near Bridgevtlle, Del.,
had a narrow escape from death, and
when discovered was nearly overcome
by the shock.
Mrs. Cordery was cleaning the attic
.nd while Bhe was looking In' an old
closet a gust of wind slammed tin
door and locked it from the outside.
There was no one but herself in the
house, and It was nearly an hour be
fore Mrs. Cordery's screams happened
to be heard by a gang of men who
were repairing the road. With all
the doors locked downstairs, Harry
Rickards climbed to the second floor
and got through by a window. When
Mrs. Cordery was found she was In
a pitiable state. Bhe Is still serious
ly til from the shock.
to stops itdhing
f iV y00 are sucnn? w,m eczema, ringworm,
I 8 3k"'JV rash or other tormentinurkin-eruption, try Res-
t inol Ointment and ResinolSoap. You will te sur-
5 "V'-'f;,C" a Pr'sec' now quickly the itching and burning top
W .'' and the skin becomes clear and healthy again.
I i Resinol Ointment and Reslnol Sos
A yvjJ have been prescribed by physicians lor
ifV A r "J 0viir twenty ye- Sold by til drug-
v -Ba. S J J tits, lur free trial liie of each write to
V aaVaav . Ke&lrinl ChPm. Co . Baltimore. M!,
Q Sji J&ar Stiinal SliavinX Stick imkn fc
- h ' tkaviiis myar UiuUr-factd mi
"Was bis crime premeditated V "I
don't think so. He thought It all out
beforehand, you know." Life.
Gives Power of Choice.
"You must remember, my boy, that
wealth does not bring happiness."
"I don't expect it to. I merely want
it so that I may be able to choose the
kind of misery that is most agreeable
to me." Boston Transcript.
A Queer Critter.
Impassioned Orator The American
eagle, whether soaring over the duaty
deserts of Mexico or skimming the
broad Atlantic, will never draw in Its
honiB or retire Into Us shell. Boston
Are You Past 30 Years ?
Take Hot Water and "Anuric."
DAMPNESS MUST BE AVOIDED
Dry Quarters Are Essential to Health
and Growth of Little Duckling
Dampness Is sure to cause trouble
among little chicks and little duck
lings. They should not be allowed to
get Into or tip over their drinking wa
ter, or to sit down on a damp place In
their brooder or yard. Dry quarters
axe essential to health and growth.
War Cuts Phone List.
There are at least 10,000 fewor tele
phones In London as a result of the
war, business Arms In hundreds of in
stances discontinuing the service In
the Interest of retrenchment The
government which operates the sys
tem, announces that although tele
phone! have been discontinued by the
wholesale there has been an Increase
in the use of eleotrophonea the in
strument which connects the subscrib
er with the theater and enables peo
ple who prefer to remain indoors these
gloomy nights of black streets to hare
amuaemont brought to their firesides.
' Teuton Trimmings.
Ad In Mexican Herald Nice room
to let beautifully decorated with Ger
uan people. Boston Transcript
People are realizing more and more
every day that the kidneys, Just as do
the bowels, need to De nusneu occa
sionally. The kidneys are an climina
tlve organ and are constantly working,
separating the polBons from the blood.
Under this continual and perpetual
action they are apt to congest, and
then trouble starts. Uric acid backs
up Into the system, causing rheuma
tism, neuralgia, dropsy and many oth
er serious disturbances. Doctor Pierce
of Buffalo, New York, advocates that
every one should drink plenty of pure
water between meals. Every day
should exercise in the outdoor air suf
ficiently to sweat profusely, and from
time to time stimulate the kidney ac
tion by means of "Anuric." This prep
aration has been thoroughly tried out
at his Sanitarium, In the same way as
his "Favorite Prescription" lor wean
women and "Golden Medical Discov
ery," the standard herbal system tonlo
(both of which now come in tablet
form for convenience of carrying and
taking). "Anuric" is now being intro
duced here, and many local people are
daily testifying to its perfectness.
When you have backache, dizzy
spells or rheumatism, heed nature's
warning. It means that you are a vic
tim to uric acid poisoning. Then ask
your druggist for "Anuric" and you
will very soon become one of hun
dreds who daily give their thankful
indorsement to this powerful enemy
to uric acid.
If you have that tired, worn-out feel
ing, backache, rheumatism, neuralgia,
or If your sleep is disturbed by. too fre
quent urination, get Dr. Pierce's An
uric Tablets at drug store, full treat
ment $1.00, or send 10c. for trial pack
age to Dr. Pierce, Invalids' Hotel, Buf
falo, N. Y.