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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 10, 1919)
Mail Orders Given Immediate Attention.
FRAMCK i Violin)
Member of Extension
uity of the University
Oregon. From Begining to
Studio Suite. Columbia Building.
Phone Marshall 3841
Optometrist & Optician
S wetland Building:
Edith I. Pbilll'pS, QPtometrist and -Optician
450-151 Pittock Block
Washington at West Park
We Will Rent You an Auto City Garage
and You Drive It Yourself. FEARING & RQBNETT
REASONABLE RATES. Also general garage business. 86 Tenth St., near'Stm-k.
Surprisingly high Mileage. Live responsible
STANDARD TIRE & AUTO SUPPLY
We are manufacturers of
mobile paints. Also, jobbers
kind and amount of Daintmit
reuuired and cost of same to
local dealer. Write us.
Direct factory prices. Give Our Standard C brand a trials In barrel lots
$2.U0 per gallon. It's a jrood pnint. We manufacture all kinds of house
paints, enamels, barn, roof, wagon and auto paints. Before buying write
and get our prices. Agents wanted everywhere.
OREGON STANDARD PAINT MANUFACTURING (0., 172 First Si., Portland, Ore.
The House of Parts and Accessories for Autos.
We will send you Parcel Post anything you may want for the Auto if it
can be secured in the city.
LONG & SILVA, 462 Hawthorne, Portland, Oregon
You Will Feel Right at Home.
Beautifully Furnished Rooms.
$1.00 Without Bath
$1.50 With Bath
llth and Stark, PORTLAND, ORE.
Excellent Cafe and Roof Garden
jt tors. Auto
h '',! Electrical
ADCOX AUTO AND TRACTOR
Union Ave. and Wasco St., . PORTLAND, ORE.
Our big 100 page catalog full of. pictures of
Adcox graduates Right on the Job, sent free.
Address Department No. 1.
Rooms (1 per day and up. Special monthly
rates. Out-of-town visitors made to feel at
home. Southern Pacific electric train depot
in same building.
J. W. BUSHONG, Manager.
286 Alder SL, cor, 4th. - PORTLAND, ORE.
EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE
Office Furniture a Appliances
PRINTING ;: ENGRA VING BOOKBINDING
FIFTH I OAK STREET, PORTLAND. OREGON
COMPLETE LINE OF STEEL
FIUNG DEVICES AND SYSTEMS
We Pay Cash for
Writ (k Print no Tip.
Hazelwood Co., Front and Ankeny Sts.
Sanitary milking palls, strainers, etc.,
are standard with Northwest Dairymen.
Burrell Milkers does the work of 10 men
will save enough In 1 year to pay for
its cost ,
We carry a full line of Dairy Supplies,
Barn Equipment, Silos, etc. Write us for
large catalog containing one of the finest
assortments of Dairy Supplies in the N.W.
MONROE & CRISSELL
91 Front St. Portland.
Seashellt Instead of Glass.
One curious thing noted by Ameri
cans In the Philippines was the use by
natives of seashells In lieu of window
glass. There is a bivalve mollusk, na
tive to the waters of that part of the
world, which has a shell seven or
eight Inches in diameter, so thin as to
be transparent It Is plentiful and
costs nothing.- Glass is expensive.
It gives you self-respect and cour
IK ! Ibbb l?m
mm mm la weekly
BrEm.'W if? iff w S
F. FRIEDLANDER & CO.
Diamonds, WatcheB, Jewelry 'and Silverware. Estab
lished 1870. Larjest Stock of Wrist Watches in
. Best Diamond Values In the Northwest
310 Washington St., Between 5th and 6th.
At HEILIG THEATER
Every SUN., MON., TUES., WED.
Daily, 10c to 50c; Nights, . 10c to $100
tive of Xaver Scharwenka
West Park and Washington Street
Res. Phone, Tabor 8
Fifth and Washington
Phone Broadway 1305
TIRES; PURE RUBBER.
STRONGEST COTTON FABRIC
dealers. Write for exclusive territories.
CO.. 84 Sixth St.. Portland, Ore.
11 kinds of house, barn. roof, waoron and auto
of all paint sundries and tools. Write uh the
you need done and wewill estimate quantity
vou and arrange easy delivery throuirh vour
TIMMS-UtESS & CO., 184-6 Second St.
BEST PLACE IN TOWN TO EAT
We especially invite out-of-town visitors to give us a trial.
We will make you feel at home.
Sixth and Alder Streets, PORTLAND, ORE.
THE BEST EATS IN THE C1TV
St. Nicholas Cafeteria
125 Sixth Street, Portland, Oregon.
See what you want and pay for what you get.
De Laval Separators
Everything for the
Daiiy, Creamery and Cheese
JAMES BARN EQUIPMENT
ACME FEED CUTTERS
ALPHA GAS ENGINES
EMPIRE MILKING Machines
Write for prices 'or informa
COLUMBIA DAIRY SUPPLY CO..
1 Front St., Portland, Oregon
and all other diseases
of the rectum by an original
Without Chloroform or Knife
and with no danirer whatever to the patient. My
treatment is no exyeriment, but the most success
ful method ever discovered. Many canes have
been cured by this method alter operation had
failed. Consult me about your case.
Dr. N. Claude Hampton,
Dekum Building. Portland. Oregon.
We Cut, Hem and Pleat Skirts any
Style for $1. Hemstitching, 10c per yard.
EASTERN NOVELTY MFG. CO.
85j4Flfth St. Broadway 2000
K. Stcphan, hemstitching, scalloping,
braiding, accordion side pleat, buttons
covered; mail orders. 219 J?ittock block.
AGATE" CUTTERS 6V MFG. "JEWELERS
166 Wash. St.. Majestic Theater Bldg.
for Catalog. 426 Washington St., Port
Ford Auction Co. Auctioneers. We
sell everything. 191 Second St., Portland.
Motors, gears, bearings, wheels, axles,
and trailers. We wreck all makes of cars
and sell their parts at half price. David
Hodes Co.. N. Broadway and Flanders.
MotorPartB Mfg Co., S25 BurnBlae BL
Parts for all cars at half price.
LONG A SILVA 462 Hawthorne Ave.
Auto Wreckers. We wreck cars and sell
good parts list price. See us for En
gines, Magnetos, Carburetors, etc.
BILLIARDS. POOL AND LAVATORIES.
MEET ME IN PORTLAND
At one qf the most elegant Billiard
Rooms on the Pacific Coast.
Bowie & Caldwell's
Second Floor Pittock Block
Come to 725 Gasco Bldg., 6th and Alder
Sts., or mail Bonds to us. We remit by
TorurouTianoTplaster or lime fertilizer
now. Ship later. Prices right
P. L. CHERRY CO., Inc.
271 Hawthorne Ave. Portland
CARDIO-VASCULAR -REN AL DISEASE
Mnnre Sanitarium. An Institution de
voted to doing one thing well. Office 908
Selllng Building, Portland. Oregon.
Rheumatism, Constipation. Nerve and
Stomach trouble. Dr. Elna Sorenson,
60S Panama Bldg.
" Write us for prices. Pioneer Paint Co.,
186 First St., Portland.
When It Starts.
Not always, but almost always, the
beginnings of mental and jnoral in
feriority are in the home." Educate
parents to the supreme Importance of
home training of children and the
problems of vice, crime and poverty
will be far on the way to solution.
To remove paint from the hands or
wearing apparel wet in kerosene and
wash at once.
L 11 II f
For Value Buy Our Special
It'a a beautiful Stone and
iUUaiJ profitable investment This
store is Headquarter for Military Wrist
Watches. Write us!
JAEGER BROS., (WBttft
MR. BUSINESS MAN
Are you wanting to sell. We have buyers
for general stores, groceries, confection
ery, cigars, restaurants, etc. Send me
RITTER, LOWE & CO.,
203-5-7 Board of Trade Bldg.
onlzing its land grant in Western Canada
A great opportunity to get rich virgin
prairie land very cheap, on exceptionally
long and easy terms Farm land f 11 to
30, irrigated land up to $60 per acre,
with 20 years to pay J2000 loan for lm
Drovements on irrigated land Landseek-
ers' Excursions with reduced rates. Fort-
further Information write or call L. C.
Thornton, District Representative, 208
Railway ExchangeBldg., Portland, Ore.
CHIROPRACTOR DRUGLESS TREAT
MENT DR. RAYMOND E. WAITERS
Accute and Chronic Cases. Chi
ropractic is the most Scientific
method of treating disease. 806-6
Swetland Bldg., Corner 5th and
' Washington streets.
Ideal Hoists for unloading hay, stretch
ing fences, driving fence posts, erect
: ing buildings, building roads, clearing
I land and other purposes.
I U. S. IRON WORKS, SEATTLE, WASH.
'FINANCIAL MORTGAGE LOANS"1
For Mortgage. Loans see OREGON IN
VESTMENT & MORTGAGE CO., 220-22
Chamber of Commerce Bldg., 4th and
Stark, Portland Oregon.
HIDES, WOOLS CASCARA BARK
We pay highest prices Write UB for
quotation. Kahm Bros., 195 Front St.
LIBERTY BONDS BOUGHT AND SOLD
We pay cash for Bonds or partly paid
contracts or loan 90 of their face value
at 8 per annum. Deal with reliable
licensed Brokers. Howell and Davis, 401
Board of Trade Building, Portland.
OPTOMETRIST AND OPTICIAN
GLASSES AT A SAVING.
Patronage solicited on basis
of capable service and reason
able charges. Thousands of sat
isfied patrons. A trial will convince. Chas.
W. Goodman, optometrist, 209 Morrison.
Dr. R. B. Northrup 808 Morgon Build
ing. Catarrh, Catarrhal deafness and
Rheumatism. Nervous aad chronic- dls-
PAINTS AND, WALL PAPER
Paints and Auto finishes. Wholesale
and retail. BOLLS Wall Paper Co., 229
Dr. R. A. Phillips, 906 Broadway Bldg.
Disorders of the stomach, liver, kidneys,
bowels, goitre, high blood pressure and
SANITARY BEAUTY PARLORS
400 to 412 Dekum Bldg. Everything to
help the appearance of Woman. Largest
stock of Hair Goods. Three separate stem
switch made of combings 11.50. Twenty
two Inch switch or transformation to
match your hair 12.45.
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES
mim mmm oume
Wants Men, Women to learn the trade;
positions jwal ting; send for catalogue.
MISS DECKER'S Private Business Col
lege. Alisky Bldg., d & Morrison Hts.
Hawthorne Auto & Gas Engine School.
462 Hawthorne Ave. Practical experience
In overhauling and repairing every make
of auto and gas engine. Oxyacetylene
welding. Established 1907.
SL Everything for schools. Also theatre
chairs, church furniture. Folding chairs
Suits to orierTOoviaiSM per
month. Unique Tailoring Co., 104 Fourth
and Columbia records. New and used.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Write for cata
log. Vern L. Wengcr. 1424 Second St.
Natural System of treatmen'
formation; write or call
422 Pittock Blk.
WALL PAPER AND PAINTS
Wall pHper and paints. Wholesale and
retail. BOLLS Wall Paper Co., 229 Mor
rison St. 2
WATER SYSTEMS FOR COUNTRY
Kewanee Water Systems to meet any
conditions. Easily Installed. Easily op
erated. Over 25,000 In use. Write for
literature and details.
M. D. SPENCER
641st St Portland, Oregon.
Original "Gag Rule."
"Gag rule" was a phrase applied to
a resolution passed by congress in
May, 1836, e that three-fourths of all
petitions, memorials, resolutions, prop
ositions or papers relating In any way
to the subject of slavery or the aboli
tion of slavery should lie on .the table
without being printed or referred. The
rule was abolished a few years later.
Some Fish I
''In my entire piscatorial experl
ence," said the truthful traveler, "I
never came across a fish so accommo
dating as the shovel fish of South
America. It has a snout the shape of
a shovel and it will jump out on the
bank and dig bait for you to catch It
A good judge will decide according
to justice and right in preference to
Heroism is always the same, how
ever the fashion of a hero s clothes
may alter.- Every hero in history is
as near to a man as his neighbor, and
if we should tell the simple truth of
some of our neighbors, it would sound
like poetry. George W. Curtis.
If you hit the mark you must aim
a little above it; every arrow that flies
feels the attraction of earth. Long
fellow. How to Get Rich.
Some men would have no trouble In
getting rich If they held on to the mon
ey they earn as they do to the money
they borrow. .
Complete returns from the Red Cross
membership drive in Douglas county
compiled by W. C. Harding, show that
a total of 653S Individuals subscribed
to the fund.
Senator Chamberlain, of Oregon,
was 65 years old Wednesday. He spent
the day quietly, devoting some time to
opening letters and telegrams con
gratulating him on his speech exposing
conditions In the War department.
Investments of Hood River county
citizens in war securities total $766,
000. Hood River people bought a-total
of $646,000 of the four liberty loan
bonds. Sales of war savings stamps
probably will exceed $120,000.
The semi-annual examination of the
books in the office of the state treas
urer was made Wednesday, by Secre
tary of State Olcott. The law requires
an examination by the secretary of
state on January 1 and July 1 of each
The Marlon county grand jury,
which a few weeks ago handed down
an extensive report on conditions at
the state penitentiary, will report soon
to the circuit court and will return
some indictments In connection with
The State Textbook commission next
June is to choose only books that give
accurate information, and those con
taining any matter savoring of Ger
man propaganda will be eliminated.
The commission is now preparing for
the June selection.
All employes of the Pendleton Wool
en mills who have been on the payroll
during the past year, will participate
in extra earnings amounting to several
thousand dollars, the management an
nounced. The earnings will be based
Changes in the school laws affecting
the raising and distribution of money
in school districts are proposed by the
county superintendents of the state,
who are now in session in Salem, and
recommendations will be formulated
for presentation to the legislature,
County Clerk Brown estimates that
4000 Umatilla county citizens whose
names appear ' on the registration
books of the county have failed to vote
at any of the three elections during the
past two years. The office Is now
engaged in eliminating these names
from the rolls.
In the Astoria justice court Jfrlday
morning E. P. Bailey, as manager of
the Pacific Power & Light company,
was found guilty on a charge of per
mitting crude oil to flow Into the
waters of the Columbia river and
fined $260. He immediately gave no
tlce of appeal to the circuit court.
Members of the Loyal Legion who
essayed to help in the eradication of
influenza in Marshfield appeared be
fore the city council, claiming the re
strictive measures are not adequate
The appointed delegates told the coun-
cllmen it was not proper to permit
any assemblies. Laxity in quarantine
and failure of one physician to report
caBes were charged,
At a mass meeting at Madras, the
plan by which the government will
extend aid to the North Unit Irriga
tion district was explained to the set
tlers, who for the past five years have
been working to bring about irrigation
by private enterprise. The govern
ment has taken up the project with a
view to disposing of the land to set
tiers, and especially to the returning
Linn county will have an agricul
tural agent again next year. In the
recent election the people voted against
the county making an appropriation
for the maintenance of the agent, but
committees of the Linn County Agri
cultural council have raised a fund by
popular subscription to pay the coun
ty's portion of the expense of main
talnlng the office. The year now end
ing Is the first In which the county
has had an agent.
Hotel Albert, one of the leading hos
tellies In The Dalles, and The Optlm
1st office, occupying the same three
story building, are in ruins as the re
suit of a fire which broke out at
o'clock Friday morning In the furnace-
room of the structure. The damage I
estimated at $40,000. Hotel guestB and
employes, scantily attired, were forced
to grope their way through halls dense
with smoke to the stairway leading to
Bend Is almost unique among cities
of the northwest In offering Immediate
employment to returning soldiers and
sailors, according to Home 8ervlce
Secretary Cadbury, of the Red Cross,
who was there Saturday from head
quarters in Seattle, to meet with the
local chapter. No men returning from
the service have been forced to remain
Idle an hour longer than they actually
wished, and the olive drab uniforms
are becoming a common sight at the
, MORRIS BUILDING, 309-311 Stark St.
Government and PORTLAND, ORE. Established Over
Municipal Bonds Phone Bdwy, 2151. Twenty-Five Years
VarkiiM Granulated Eyelids,
II II IT Eyes inflamed by expd
sure to Sun, Dust and Wind
. quickly relieved by Murine
HJj EycHemedy. No Smarting;,
J w w just Eye Comfort. At
Vour Druggist or by mail 60c per Bottle.
For Book ol the fye free write wi
Murine Eye Remedy Co., Chicago.
ATTENTION TO GRAPEVINES
Some 8ort of Artificial Protection
Should Be Given Where Winter
Are Very Severe.
Where the winter Is so bitter that
grapevines must be given some sort
of artificial protection in order to keep
them from being killed by the cold, the
vines will need to be pruned Just as
quickly as they become dormunt. In
mild winters this may be rather late in
the season. On the other hand, the
early coming of bitter weather may
necessitate pruning early In the winter
season. The system of pruning prac
ticed In these localities should be such
as to permit laying down the stalk,
nnd canes to Insure growth and bear-!
Ing next year. These are covered with
leaves, rubbish, little mixed with earth,
etc., in such a manner as to keep the
zero weather nnd below zero weather
from freezing and killing them. In
the spring this covering Is removed
just before the growth begins. All
this makes It necessary to do the prun
ing before the stalks and canes are
put to bed for the winter.
MAKING OVER OLD ORCHARDS
Many May Be Well Worth Saving on
Account of Growing Demand
Pruning Is Urged.
With the growing demnnd for fruit,
orchards that have stopped bearing be
cause of disease or old age may be
well worth saving, according to the
horticultural department at the Wis
consin experiment station. Pruning
is advised by way of making over the
old orchard nnd restoring its useful
Unless the fruit Is of good variety, it
will not pay the orchardlst to bother
with It, say the horticulturists. If
the root system Is not strong and liv
ing, then, too, the tree may as well be
On the other hand, If the new growth
Is vigorous, the tree has a chance for
life. The .heart and trunk should be
sound. In such a case, something may
LOOK AFTER SLACKER TREES
Pruning Is Needed on Most Farms
. Better to Leave Too Much
Wood the First Year.
Uncle Sam expects that not only ev
ery man, but every tree and vine shall
do its full duty. On most farms are
trees that need pruning. First cut out
the dead wood. Then thin out the
brunches that are interfering with the
entrance of light and air. But don't
overdo. Better leave too much wood
the first year than take out too much,
because the latter would throw the
tree out of balance and wood Instead
of fruit would be the result.
Cause of Apple Canker.
Apple canker Is caused by a fungus
which develops in the growing layer
and It should be cleaned out and the
Harboring Place for Insects.
Dead and dying limbs are harboring
places for many noxious insects, such
as borers, pin-hole bark beetles.
Cut Dead Llmba Closely.
In cutting off dead or living limbs
cut close to the tree and leave no
iiiot. as it will not heal.
Provide Continuous Trips.
Immediate effort In Unking together
the good roads to provide continuous
trips is Imperative.
Road Greatly Improved.
By keeping a road drag and drag
ging tho road along one's land after
heavy rnlns the road may be greatly
Maintain Those We Have.
Not only should we build better
roads, but we should take pains to
"jalntaln those we already have.
Brown Dyes for Leather.
A brown dye for leathers may be
made as follows: Boll half an ounce
of Spanish saffron and a quarter of an
ounce of annatta in water until the
dye is extracted, to which . nfust be
added some alcohol to set the color.
Mrs.llx There was a time whon
you minded what I said, but now it's
like water on a duck's back in at one
ear and out at the other. -
Watch Cutlcura Improve Your Skin.
On rising nnd retiring gently smear
the face with Cutlcura Ointment.
WohIi off Ointment In five minutes
with Cutlcura Soup ami hot water. It
Is wonderful soiiiftlmt's what Cutlcura
will do for poor complexions, dundruff,
itching and red rough hands. Adv.
OAIHT 'MMfS'" "Of
Breaking all Records
Right now when milk prices are break,
insar all records is the time to make new
hitrh records .in milk production. It is lur
pminff how effectively this can be accom
plished by rnisinff the health standard of
your dairy cows. p
The most prevalent cow ailments Abor.
tion. Retained Afterbirth. Bunches, Lost Ap
petite, Scouin, etc. b me from an impaired
condition of the genital and iligeative or
gans. Kow-Kure has remarkable medicinal
properties that act directly on these organs,
producing regular, healthy action.
Feed dealers and druggist sell Kow-Kure,
In 60c. and $1.20 packages
Send for free book
"THE HOME COW DOCTOR
Sonilie tlie Irritation and you relievo the
distress. Po li'illi quii'lily anil effectively
by using promptly dependable remedy
Soap 2flc. Ointment 2.1 and SOc.
Sure! High Heels
Cause Corns But
Who Cares Now
You reckless men and women who
are pestered w'th corns and who have
at least once a week Invited an awful
death from lockjaw or blood poison
are now told by a Cincinnati authority
to use a drug called freezone, which '
the moment a few drops are applied
to any corn or callous the Boreness Is
relieved and soon the entire corn or
callous, root and all, lifts oft with the
Freezone dries the moment It !s ap
plied, and simply shrivels the corn or
callouB without inflaming or even Ir
ritating the surrounding tissue or
skin. A small bottle of freezone will
cost very little at any of the drug
stores, but will positively rid one's
feet of every bard or soft corn or
hardened callous. If your druggist
hasn't any freezone he can get It at
any wholesale drug house for you.
AI.I.EN'8 FOOT EASE FOU THE TKOOPS.
Hhaken into the shims and sprinkled in the foot
hnth it given rest and eomfort, taken the friction
from the ahoo urn! prevent! lilinters and boi-o
HpoU. Makes walking oatiy. Accept no aubHti
tute. Hold everywhere, 2oc.
Makes the Whole World Glad.
Love "thlnketh no evil," imputes no
motive, sees the blight Bide, puts tho
best construction on every action,
What a delightful state of mind to live
in! What a stimulus and benediction
even to meet with It for a day.
Things have a way of balancing
themselves in this world. For in
stance, In wintor snow comes down,
and in summer ice. goes up.
Times of Life's Deep Emotions,
At certain periods of life we live
years of emotion In" a few weeks and
look back on those times as on great
gaps between the old life und the new.
Are You Satisfied?
In the hlggent, most iicrfHctly ctinlnpacl
IluHi iickm TralnlnE Hchoul In the North
wcHt. Fit youraelf for a higher position
with more mniify. Verinunent positions
admiri-d our Graduate.
Write for catalog Fourth and Yamhill,
Hides, Pelts, a
Wool & Mohair
Wt via! sN rs Ian. Write fsr Pins u4 Stipiwi Tils.
THE H. r, NORTON COMPANY
16th and Johnson St., Portland, Ore
Seattle, Wanh. llellinxham. Wash.
Boutht, Sold, Rented and Repaired
WALKEK ELKCTKIO WORKS
Bumslda, cor. loth. Portland. Or.
Br baying direct from us at wholesale prices
and savs the plumber's proflta. Write us to
day your needs. We will give yoa our rock
bottom "dlrect-to-yoa" prime, f. o. b. rail of
boat. We actually save yon from 10 to Hi per
omit. All goods guaranteed.
Northwest hoadquertera fol Leader Water
Systems and Fuller 4t Johnson Erojinaa.
212 Third Street Portland. Oreeea
No. 2, 1919
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