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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 11, 1921)
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Kemarkabl 6c luncheon at noon.
1 L Cafeteria
DO YOUR OWN PLASTERING
The pleasure of your trip to Port
la nd will depend upon the hotel you
select. Cozy surroundings, moderate
rates, and the welcome you find In
your own home town, await you at
Carage in Connection.
, Rented or sold. Eaey
payments. Send for il
lustrated cutalotfue B.
Wliitle3iile Typewriler Co.
321 Washington St.,
RUBBEP STAMrS and MARKING
atfH S OAH .T.UfS roRTLANO. OHIOM
SWOLLEN (Varicose) VEINS
Are painful and often danfrerom. Our
Hand-woven-to-fit Elantic Stocking!, Beltt
and UandaueB always give relief.
Fillers and Makers for Fifty-Eve Years
Satisfaction or Money Back.
Bind for Book and Measure Blank Today.
WCCDARD, CLARKE & CO.
Alder at West Park
AUTO REPAIR PARTS
Send for free catalog
PISTONS PISTON PINS RINGS
Cylinder and Crank Shaft Grinding. Auto
motive Machine Work and Welding.
COOK & GILL CO.. INC.
11th and Burnside Sts.
Portland. Ore. Phone: Bdwy. 3281
"A Moderate Priced Hotel of Merit"
Fast Morrison -St., at East Sixth, thi
Principal East Sid Hotel. 6 mlnutea frotr.
Shopping District. Four blocks from 8. P
ttast Side Station.
Eyes Examined. Glasses Fitted.
" . . , . . i ti u.t
Kepairing aone vy man.
modern equipment. Satisfaction
Clark. Browei- Optical Co.. 112 6th Street
NEW FLUFF RUGS AT HALF
COST OF NEW CARPETS.
Have your old worn out carpets and
woolen clothes made into artistic revers
ible FLUFF RUGS. Carpets and rugs re
paired, steam cleaned. Rag rugs all sizes.
Buy from factory and save money. Write
Northwest Rug Co., iS?
DR. G. E. WATTS
212 Orcgonlan Building,
Female and Rectal Troubles and
' FISTULA, FIPRfRK, Ttching nnd all oth
er recuii communis eAt,rjji i
liently cured without a surgical operation.
My method of treatment saves uie ua
sue instead oi uesuu,iB "
.. : ..n,,othuHi nrt is np.ntia-
nent. There is no confinement to bed, no
Ihterierence wua uushimb vi
I guurantee a cure or will refund your
Call or write for booklet.
Mention this paper when writing.
DR. E. J. DEAN
Second and Morrison Sta., Portland, Ore.
LOST 36 HOURS IN WOODS
Young Girl Turns Up at New Jersey
Farm After Night In
I.akewood, . N. J. Elsie Wolke,
eighteen years old, daughter of Karl
Wolke, occupant of a small bungalow
. on the edge of the dense woods here,
was returned to her parents after she
had stayed fur 30 hours in the woods.
Senrchinir nnrtles of farmers and po
lice, aided by ten dogs, scoured the)
YOU KNOW THAT HIE ALDER HOTEL
2K5 Aider Street. Portland, Oregon.
rent you a room for 11.00 per day, or a room
hath for f l.fio to K.OU per dy?
Oynm 7 a. m. to 2 a. m., Mfl Stark Ht.
Sixth street opposite The Oregonian and Al
der street oppoiite Meir & Frank's. The Beit
Eating place in the City. The Finest Coffee
and Pastry a Specialty.
WITH A HAMMER AND A SAW
PlastcrVallsThat Will NotGachi
ASK FOR SAMPLE AND INFORMATION.
Grand Avenue at Yamhill
Dyeing & Cleaning
By Parcel Post Return Postage Paid. Write for
Circulars and Prices.
"At Your Beck and Call"
Sixth and Hoyt Streets
Convenient to Both Depots
Room" $1.00 and up without Batk.
Rooms $2.00 and up with Bath.
ELBERT S. ROBE, Mgr.
THE TAILOR. Suit cleaned, S1.2S
We pay return jfostage.
104 Fourth St., Portland, Ore
LEARN MULTI GRAPHING
The Callan School, only recognized
school on the coast. Experienced opera
tors always in demand. 405 Artisans Bldg
HORSES ML) LES "BOUGHT j SOLD
Crown Stables. Inc.. 266 Front St., Port
land, Ore. Horses and mules for sale or
hire. Special rates to loggers and con
tractors. With or without harness.
Phillip Suetter, Pres.
U. S. STABLES, 365 Union Ave. Draft
horses bought and BohL
C. L. Chappell, 222 Union Ave. South.
Send us your Inquiries for anything In
Iron or Woodworking atachlnsry, Logging,
Hawmlll, Contractors' Equipment, Loco
motives, Boil.rs, Eugls.s, Crushers, Kail,
i:abie. Belting, etc. Burke Michinery Co.,
528 Railway Kxcbangs Bldg., Portland, Or.
MOTORCYCLES AND PARTS
All makes. Easy terms.
EAST SIDE MOTORCYCLE CO.
44-46 GRAND AVE.
OD AK S
Let us finish what your Kodak began.
Best work, best service. Old established
Kodak finishers, 12 years in Portland.
Mall orders given special care. We pay
return postage. All prints made on Velox
paper. Regular Eastman Dealers, all the
Kodaks and sundries In stock. Kodak or
Premo catalog sent on request. Eveland"
& Lewis. 413 East Morrison St., Portland.
TJTTa.i.Tl-117! MOUTH WASH enrps
bleeding and sore gums and mouth.
Users are uoosiers.
At your druggist's or sent, charges
noi,l rn romnt nf nrlpfi JO, Kft HilU.
horo Chemical Co., Hillsboro, Ore.
Reference: Shute Savings LiauK, lims
Everything for the Motorcyclist
Same guarantee as new. From 5200.00 tip
to J350.00. all late models, with 3-speed
and electric equipment. Easy terms if
desired. Pay while you ride, bend ror
literature. Motorcycle and Supply Co.,
Hurley Davidson Service Center, zoo 3rd
St., Portland, Ore., coiner Taylor.
CUT KATE MAIL OKDKR DRUGGISTS.
Olennia Hie treatment, sold under Buarantee,
$5.00, no pain no operation. Chybke's Tape worm
Remover, $10, Chybke's "Uurmu Septine" for
skin eruption, acawna, $5.00. Letters answered.
Used Ford Trucks and Touring Cars
Parpaina at all timpa
llMVFRSAL PAR EXCKAM.E
uaeti rras ixciusiveiy r v. i
Grand Ay. & Yamhill l'art-fo JjMin
Uaed Frds Exclusively
land, nrue ior pncei uh ktids. xg s&s
OUR GIFT TO THE BRIDE
Rpfnre von order votir veddine announcpmenti
and cards, write or visit THE CHETOPA PRESS
A request for samples entitles you to 50 beautiful
callintr cards in an engraved effect free of charge.
Broadway at Taylor Portland, Uregon
DR. E. H. EAST
PHYSICIAN AND BUROKON
Specialties! Goitres, Disease of Women
Office Morgan Building Portland, Ore.
Eye and Eye Glasses Care
mjr specialty. Consultation free,
tfit&j) Satisfaction guaranteed. Dr. B.
4SA. Bedynek, 608-9 Pittock Mock.
A BUSINESS EDUCATION FREE
a p,.itlnn for Kach tiiauuate
Write us today. ALISK.Y BU1LD1HO
woods for the girl, but were unable to
Some time later she entered the
home of Morris KapalolT, a farmer,
two miles from here on the road to
Tom's Itiver. Her clothes were torn
and hor face and arms scratched from
brambles. She was unable to tell her
name, but said the family letter box
was 87 on the rural free-delivery
Knpaloff learned from the girl that
she had slept during the night In a
cemetery In the woods, w here two par
W -oil -v4vtvi
Commercial Information furnished free
of charge. Catalogues auppllsd and oom
merclal Inquiries cheerfully answered.
write any firm below! Do Itnowi
ACCORDIAN PLEATING tr
Knlfrtaii(t nV,TnlRnVln. hemstitching.
10c yd. Buttons covered. Novelty Shop,
6Mi Fifth street, Portland.
UKT ul.'it SPECIAL, I'HICKo UN UU
Mowers. Hakes. Tedders, drain Cradles,
and Hinders, p. K. Ksbenshade Co., J.U-I
Morrison St., 1'ortluiid.
ortMillNCi, WELDING A CUTTING
Northwest Welding ft Supply Co., II let St
CHIROPRACTOR AND ELECTRO.
Dm. Laker und Uleson, 817 Dekum Bldg.
CUT FLOWER8 A FLORAL DE81QNS
Clarke Bros., Florists, 287Mon-lsonBt
DANCING EVERY "NOON 4 EVENING
Oriental Cafa. Chinese-Amerlcen Kitchen
Corner Broadway and Waah. PORTLAND
Devereaux Mortgage Co., 17 Ith St
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE WORKS
Commercial Iron Works, 7th ft Madison.
GUARANTEED REBUILT MACHINES
OregonTypewj-lter Co., 4-A attt Bu
HARD WOOD FLSORInG
Oak-Leaf Hardwood Floor Co., 231 E.
76thbt, N. Floorselectrle aanded.
L. &. S. USED CAR EXCHANGE
Used cars hot and sold, it N, 11th Bt,
HEMSTITCHING AND PLEATING
Uuute Buckley, Power's Furniture Store.
MFGS. OF VULCANIZED ROOF PAINT
New roofs and repairing done. Young
and Woods. 1103 ECuruthers St.
MFGS. OFREEDFU RNITURE
buy Coast Made Goods. Heed Specialty
Khop, 319 Williams Ave.
OREGON FLUFF RUG CO.
J. H. Lehmann, Prop. 14 East Stark
Smith Long Stevenson 310 Bush a Lane Bldg.
SALVATION ARMY RESCUE HOME
Will help fretndless girls.
I). &M. car, Mayfalr & Alexandria, Sts.
SILOS AND WATEU TANKS
National Tank & PipeJJo.. Portland.
TYPEWRITERS NEW OR REBUILT
Rebuilt Typewriter Co.. 304 Oak Btreet.
Welter System of Suggestive Therapy
Dr. T. V. Ayers, 715 Lekum Bldg.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL TINWARE
Portland Tinware Mfg.jCo.,47 First St.
ALASKA PLUMBING & HEATING CO.
Fittings, lowest prices. 303 E. Morrison
ForT-cliabTo Cleaning anaTSyeTnTserY
Ice end parcels to us. We pay return
pustage. Information and prices fires
ENKE'S CITT DTK WORKS
Established 1890 Portland
Allen. 302 Raliegh Building.
EMBROIDERING AND pLEjN&-
stitching, Buttons Covered, Braiding;, etc
K. Steplians, 219-20-21 Plttock Block.
DOORS AND WINDOWS
Vecansell you Doors, Windows, Roof
ing, Paint, Glass and Bullderi' Hardware,
direct at wholesale prices. Write for
prices before buying. Heacock Saeh A
Door Co., 218 Flrat St., Portland.
MARRY IF LONELY; for results, try me;
best and most successful "Home Maker;"
hundreds rich wish marriage soon; strict
ly confidential; most reliable; years of
experience; descriptions free. "The Suc
ressful Club," Mrs. NASH, Box 666,
SANITARY BEAUTY PARLOR
We help the appearance of womem.
Twenty-two Inch switch or transforma
tion, value 17.00, price 12.46.
4uo to 4iz peKum mas;.
CUT LETTUCE FOR SHIPMENT
Far Less Decay Developed In Transit
When Two or Three Lower
Leaves Are Removed.
Carefully cut lettuce, with the two
or three lower leaves and all diseased
lenves removed, develops far less de
cay In transit than the commercially
cut lettuce In experimental shipments
from Florida to northern markets,
says the United States Department of
POTATOES IN ROTATION PLAN
Specialists Advise Interval of Two or
More Years Between Crops for
Specialists state that it Is best to
grow field potatoes In a regular rota
tion, keeping an Interval of two or
more years between the potato crops
because of the liability of disease car
rying over from one crop to the other.
QUALITY AND HONESTY COUNT
Farmer Can't Make No. 1 Hog Out of
of No. 2 Animal by Selling It
Through Cooperative Market.
Tou can't make a No. 1 hog out of t
No. 2 merely by selling it through co
operative marketing. Quality and all
round honesty will continue to be tha
most compelling virute of all rlght
thlultlng men and women.
SELECT EGGS FOR SETTING
Avoid Those That Are Abnormally
Small and Poorly Shaped
Stick to One Color.
Eggs that are abnormally small and
poorly shaped should not be uesd for
incubation; neither should eggs that
have thin or very porous shells, say
specialists of the United States De.
partment of Agriculture. If possible,
eggs should be set when fresh, and It
Is never advisable to use for hatch
Ing eggs that are more than two weeks
old. One of the quickest ways to ofr
tain uniformity in the off spring Is
to select uniformly good-sized eggs
of the same color.
ties of searchers bad converged dur
ing the hunt She was taken to her
Fisherman Lands Woodchuck.
Wlnsled, Conn. Harry Dewey,
while trout fishing, stopped long enough
to eat his luncheon and afterwards
when lie picked up his fish basket on
the bank of a brook he found a baby
woodchuck Inside. He quickly closed
the cover of the basket, Imprisoning
the little aulinal, which now has a
GHEEDT. TIM was a little squirrel
and one day he overheard bis
mother saying she was going to give
a big dinner soon and must begin to
get the cakes and pies and things
ready at once.
The finest thing that Mrs. Squirrel
was to give her guests was a huge nut
-a pie so big that It would take
two of the family to place It on the
Greedy Tim dearly loved nut pie,
and he watched his mother make It,
with great longing for a piece, but
his mother told him It was for the
party and that she would bake him a
little pie all for himself. This Greedy
Tim did not want at all ; he wanted a
big piece of the company pie.
The night of the party Tim went to
bed early, as all little squirrels should
do, but he did not go to sleep. Instead
he stole down the back stairs and Into
the pantry and Jumped up on the shelf
where the big pie stood.
He did not cut the pie; he nibbled
THE RIGHT THING
THE RIGHT TIME
By MARY MARSHALL DUFFEB
WHAT ABOUT GOSSIP?
Ti - ,Vn,, a. nl,a.l. n M I... ,, tMIT. .1
snow, thou ehalt not escape calumny.
THE trained nurse wno is wortny or.
her profession sticks pretty strict
ly to the etiquette that makes the
ruling that the nurse and the doctor
should regard as confidential any In
formation or -Impression gained of
tbelr patients or patients' families as a
result of their professional relation
ships. While the young nurse Is In train
ing she usually learns to her grief the
embarrassing results of Indulging In
what seems sometimes like harmless
gossip concerning her patients ; bo that
by the time she goes out on cases In
private homes she Is usually pretty
well cured of any natural desire to
But what about the others who
come Into our homes who sometimes
learn things about us and our affairs
that we might not wish to have bandied
about the neighborhood? What a
blessing It would be If they, too, had
been given Instruction In a sort of pro
fessional etiquette that would sent
their tongues I It may not be that
there are bits of Information that It
would really embarrass us to have
known, but In the course of telling,
many facts become distorted and
twisted sometimes past all recognition.
But whether or not you are bound
by professional etiquette, If your work
takes you Into other people's homes
or gives you a special Insight Into oth
er people's lives, remember that com
mon courteousness forbids you to make
feed for gossip of this Information.
Remember that many a seamstress and
dressmaker has brought real unpopu
larity on herself because she has
gained the reputation of being a gos
sip. And remember that It Is Just as Ill
bred to "pump" for the bits of gossip
that you crave as It Is to spread them.
Clinging to Prose.
"I have observed that you never
quote Shakespeare In your speeches."
"No," replied Senator Sorghum; "I
have trouble enough keeping my facts
and figures straight, without being
called down by people who specialize
on pointing out misquotations."
Miss Fuss Yes, that's a photo of
my maiden aunt. Perhaps you saw
her name In the papers last week?
She frightened away a burglar.
Miss Hood (closely Inspecting the
portrait) Did she? Well, I don't won
der at It. Tit-Bits.
A TREAT FOR MA
"Do you find cooking very Irksome
when on your camping trips."
"Oh no, we take mother along to
cook. 8ha needs a vacation."
if' I A
at the undercrust until he had a hole
made big enough for him to get Inside
and then he began to eat. He had not
eaten very much, though, before he
heard a sound some one was coming
and Tim kept very still Inside the
The next thing he knew the pie was
being carried by his mother and
father to the dining room and he
heard all the guests exclaim: "Oh,
what a beautiful pie I"
But the next tiling he heard made
him tremble so he was sure the pie
must be shaking, for his father began I
to sharpen the knife with which he
was to cut the wonderful pie.
"You must make It very sharp," he
heard his mother say, "because the
crust must be cut right through and
Tim began to tremble more, and
then his father put the knife on the
top crust and poor Tim could stand no
Up he Jumped, right through the top
crust, and frightened the guests at
most out of their senses; but he did
not frighten his mother, for no sooner
had Tim showed Ids head than Mrs.
Squirrel grabbed hlra and out Into the
kitchen she inarched poor Tim, trem
bllng more tlmn he had Inside the pie.
"So you thought you would eat up
my nice nut pie, did you ; you greedy
boy," she said, as she tingled Tim's
legs with a switch.
Tim was not only punished with the
switch, but he did not get any of the
left-over goodies from the party the
next day, as his brothers did, who
stayed In bed and slept, as good squir
rels should, when the grownups were
having a party.
"What's in a Name?"
By MILDRED MARSHALL
Fti about Your namej lt hlirorri mean
Infi whence It wn derived; iinificanc
yout lucky day and lucky Jewel,
rt OSALIE and nose appear to be of
the same general root, the more
euphonious name of Rosalie being a
French extraction. A curious point Is
that the color rose Is irrevocably as
sociated with the name Rosalie,- as
well as Rose.
The history of the name Rosalie Is
most interesting. It first was given
to fair women of France and It was
there that St Dominic arranged a
series of flevotlons by means of telV
Ing beads upon a string. These formed
the rosarium, or rose garden, or freely
translated, delights of devotion. The
Rosarium has a day to Itself in the
Roman calendar and may possibly
have named the transatlantic Saint
Rose dl Lulua, which gave rise to Ro
slta. Switzerland calls her Rosel and
France Roslne or Rosette. In Eng
land she Is Rosanne, sometimes Rosa
bella, meaning "beautiful rose." From
Italy comes Rosina and Rosetta. A
more rare, but no less charming Inter
pretation Is Rosealba, signifying
There are red roses and white roses
and yellow roses in nature, yet the
real rose is the deep pink and the
bearer of the name or any of Its de
rivatives should surround herself with
the flowers If she would wish the
psychic atmosphere which their qual
ity Insures. Her Jewel is that rare
beautiful gem, the flame-hearted ruby.
It denotes pride and haughtiness and
appoints Tuesday as the fortunate day
for its wearer and three the lucky
There's Plenty of Time.
"How time flies ! It seems but yester
day I went to school." ,
"Oh, lor', Maria, for heaven's sake
make It the day before yesterday."
Mrs. Dlbley (with newspaper)
Says here that D. W. Grlfliths Invented
Dlbley Who's he dancing master?
A Reasonable Restraint.
"You never talk scandal."
"No," replied Miss Cayenne. "The
fact that people do something terrible
Is no reason why I should say some
A LINE 0' CHEER
By John Kendrlck Bangs,
WHEN Charon comes to take
The Klver on his Ferry
I hope I'll face that other shore
With spirit blithe and merry.
And take the wholesome things of
Its love and joyous laughter,
And all Its glorious gifts of worth
Along to the hereafter.
For that's the wealth that never
And holds the Joyous leaven
That man may carry as he piles
The path 'twlxt Jaxtti and
Let Culicura Be
Your, Beauty, Doctor
8p,0(iirmimt,Tilmt.Bft.evrrTwhfT. t ortmitiplet
teklresM Ovllatr LtlortrlM,D)ft Jt, MtUeUa, Hut.
SIDE LINES INSURE
AGAINST BAD CROPS
Many Stories of Achievements
Reported From South.
Case Cited of Arkansas Woman, With
Co-operation of Husband, Sold $1,.
200 Worth of Milk, Butter
and Eggs In Year.
(Prepared by the United States Depart
ment or Agriculture.)
Numerous little stories of big
achievement are encountered In go
ing through the reports to the United
States Department of Agriculture
from home demonstration agents In
the South. In estimating the money
value of the returns reported In the
various activities of the clubs It Is
necessary, of course, to remember that
account seldom Is taken of the land
value, Interest on Investment, board
and lodging, and such things, although
credit for labor at the current rate
of pay Is Bet down In most cases.
However, the value of the achieve
ments rests upon something more Im
portant than money the fine conimu-
nlty effect, the leadership developed,
the general all-round rise in agricul
tural morale. It Is Impossible not to
be deeply Impressed by the work re
ports of some of these southern wom
en and girls, results accomplished,
very often, under conditions of un
usual difficulty and discouragement.
An example of what may be accom
plished under the stimulus of the
home demonstration work and with
encouragement and co-operation In
the home Is afforded by the case of
Mrs. Jim Dorrls of Bear, Ark., who
enjoys the hearty co-operation of her
husband In the work she is doing
With from three to Blx cows this cou
ple sold, from January 1 to December,
last year, $458.85 worth of milk and
$495.75 of butter, and from 09 hens
S249.80 worth of eggs. This $1,200
from side lines, coining in through the
years, is important on any farm, and
in many cases is a form of Insurance
against crop fullures.
WINDBREAKS SAVE MOISTURE -
Farming and Living Conditions More)
Favorable in Regions Where Trees
When the prairie regions of the Mid
dle West were first developed the lack
of trees was severely felt. The clear
sweep of the winds across the plains
was a great hindrance to agriculture,
for the soil was dried out quickly by
evaporation, grain was lodged, and or
chards Injured by the force of the
wind. Windbreaks were the only rem
edy and thousands of miles of themi
were planted along roads and farm di
vision lines. The effect of this plant
ing, although felt only gradually, was
very distinct; farming and living con
ditions became more favorable through
out the whole region.
Secret of Success.
If a man wants to succeed he must
give what success demands hard
work and thought. If he won't give
It he has no right to kick and say
luck is against him.
A Chinese Custom.
In China, at dinners and theatrical
performances, It is customary to pro
vide guests or spectators with hot tow
els saturated with scented water for
wiping their faces.
A Lady of Distinction,
Is recognized by the dollcute fascinat
ing influence of the perfume she uses.
A bath with Cutlcura Soup and ho
water to thoroughly cleanse the pores,
followed by a dusting with Cutlcura
Talcum Powder usually meuns a clear,
sweet, healthy skin. Adv.
Art Yoo Satisfied? IVSSS&SSBa
Is the biggest, most perfectly equipped
Business Training Bchooi In the North
west Fit yourself for a higher position
with more money. Permanent positions
assured our Graduates.
Write for catalog Fourth and TamhlU,
P. N. U.
No. 33, 1921
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