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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 19, 1922)
OFFERS A MARKET
FOR YOUR PRODUCE
YOU CAN EASILY LEARN TO FLY
and become a Pilot by taking the course of in
struction we offer. The cost but $200.00 used
to be $500.00 and takes but ten weeks. For
214 Spaulding Bldg., Portland, Ore.
(jSJJ HEMSTITCHING AND PLEATING.
fUjl Pa Buttonholing Buttons Platting Tucking and Chalnstitching
CuLi&s All Mail Orders given careful and prompt attention
Elite Shop, 384 Morrison St.
ill iTiTAl O feTAl . I e Complete Change Sun. and Thura.
B 1 1 ! at iJJ&l 91 JAV JU I It Matinee Daily. Twice Nightly
piie.Tz -SaVs. yJft. j Saturday, Sunday, Holidays, Continuous
You Will Feel
Right at Home Here
SAFE AND CENTRAL REASONABLE RATES
Excellent Cafe Special Weekly Kates Bus Meets All Trains
11th and Stark, Portland, Ore.
SANDY'S Portland's Kodak and PenMan
An Ever-Sharp Pencil, Fountain Pen or
Kodak for Xmas.
Mail Orders receive Personal Attention by
Sandy ClausP. O. Bo740.
ALASKA PLUMBING & HEATING CO.
Plumbing Fixtures and Supplies. Pipe
Fittings, lowest prices. Sli3 E. Morrison.
BRAZING, WELDING & CUTTING
Northwest Welding & Supply Co. 88 1st St
CLEANING AND DYEING
For reliable Cleaning ana
Dyeing service send parcels to
us. We pay return postage.
Information and prices given
ENKE'S CITT DTE WORKS
Established 18S0 Portland
CUT FLOWERS d. FLORAL DESIGN
Clarke Bros., Florists, 287 Morrisongt
DANCING EVERY NOON A EVENING
Oriental Cafe. Chinese-American Kitchen
Corner Broadway and Wash. PORTLAND
DOORS AND WINDOWS
We can sell you Doors, Windows, Roof
ing, Paint, Glass Mid Builders' Hardware
direct. We are manufacturers. Write for
prices before buying. Heacock SJush ft
Door Co., 212 First St., Portland.
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE WORKS
Commercial Iron Works, 7th ft Madison.
Brief Resume Most Important
Daily News Items.
COMPILED FOR YOU
Events of Noted People, Governments
and Pacific Northwest, and Other
Things Worth Knowing.
A rood slace te Eat and Live Well.
luncaeon at noon.
0n 7 a. ro. te 2 a. ro., 82S Stark St
I HARD WOOD FLOORING
Oak-Leaf Hardwood Floor Co.. 231 m.
76th St. N. Floors electric sanded.
Chronic diseases a bpecialty. Dr. W. N.
Allen 10 Fletdner Building.
i L Cafeteria
Sixth street opposite The Oregonian and Al
der street opposite Meir 4c Frank's. The Best
Eating place in the City. The Finest Coffee
and Paltry a Specialty.
We employ expert repair men with years' experi nee
Return parcel post charges paid. Give us a trial at lowest
city prices. Morrison Shoe Repair Factory, k!49 Morrison
PORTLAND HIDE & WOOL CO.
109 UNION HVENUE NORTH, PQR1LAN0, OREUON.
Write for Prices and Shipping Tags
We Pay Highest Prices for
HIDES. Pl'XTS, WOOL, MOHAIR.
Address Department B
kQRSES. MULES BOUGHT. SOLD
Crown Stables, Inc., 285 Front St., Port
land, Ore. Horses and mules for sale or
hire. Special rates to loggers and con
tractors. With or without harness.
U. S. STABLES, 3G5 Union Ave. Draft
horses bought and sold.
406 Wash. St. H. L. Day, Prop. Oysters,
Steaks and Chops Our Specialty. Special
Entree each day. Open 10 a. m. to 1 a. m.
f Write us for prices and market conditions on
Ql OOn Veal, Hogs, Poultry,
Fruits, Potatoes, Onions, etc
Forty Years in the Same Location.
rn lBHtpp WAvrs WARM IM WINTER
Euuals Any California Beach. Special Winter Rates Now in Effect
Paved Highway to Seaside Completed.
SEASIDE HOTEL SEASIDE, OREGON
ItARN MULTI GRAPHING
The Callan School, only recognized
school on the coast. Experienced opera
tes always in demand. 41)5 Artisans Bldg.
Send us your Inquiries for anything In
Iron or Woodworking Machinery, Logging,
Sawmill, Contractors' Equipment, Loco
motives, Boilers, Engines, Crushers, Kail,
("aoie, Belting, etc. Burke Machinery Co.,
628 Railway Exchange Bldg., Portland, Or.
MFGS. OF VULCANIZED ROOF PAINT
New roofs and repairing done. Young
and Woods, lll)3 E. Oaruthers St.
MONUMENTS E. 3d and Pine Sts.
Otto Schumann Granite & Marble Works.
MOTORCYCLES AND PARTS
All makes. Easy terms
EAST SIDE MOTORCYCLE CO.
44-46 GHAND AVE.
DTCINO V f CLtAKlNS
Grand Avenue at Yamhill
Dyeing & Cleaning
By Parcel Port. Return Postaae Paid. Write for
Circulars and Prices.
"At Your Beck and Call"
Your Oil trouble and Piston trouble
u. fueaga. will end wnen we inaiau
iZ.'ZZ M E. C. LONG NON-EX
For pleasure cart, trucks
iy HANSLMA1K CSASS
1090 East Yamnill rorimm
RUBBER STAMPS and MARKING
0WTM QAK STRUT VOBTkANB. 19Q
The Dalles Fruit & Produce Xomp'y
Wholesale Dealers in
FANCY FRUITS and FARM PRODUCE
161 Front Street, Portland, Oregon.
Marry if Lonely; most successful "Home
Maker"; hundreds rich; confidential;
reliable; years experience; descriptions
free. "The Successful Club," Mrs. Nash,
Box 656, Oakland, California.
n PIP17C Hepaired by experts.
Tit in rirj-0 pipe Shop, 272 Wash.
PORTLAND SHOE REPAIRS, MAIL 'EM
Model Shoe Repair, 272 Washington St.
Davis- Bros., American Shoemakers!
108 4th St.
PRUNE TREESTl PRUNETREESifl
Before buying elsewhere see us. Columbia
r ursery Co., 140 union Ave.,joruana.
Smith, Long.Stevenson, 310 Bush-Lane Big
Single 30c; Double 35c. Razors Ground
and Honed. Backlund & Son, 106 W. Park
Safety Razor Man, 14514 3d St., Portland.
Our Motto Is to Please YOU.
THE NEW AMERICAN HOTEL
127 Light, Airy Rooms, 50c, 75c,
$1.00 and $1.50.
92 N. 3d. St., Cor. Flanders, Portland, Ore.
ED. F. GODDARD. Mir. Phone Bdy. 197S
STOCK THAT GROWS
I inest stock that can be raised at a price
you will like to pay. Write or call.
The Villa Nurseries
FtFD No. 1, Montavllla Sta.. Portland, Or
Guaranteed Nursery Stock
We have got Just what you wanL Call
or write for prices.
Russellville Nursery Co.
H. A. LEWIS, Prop.
Montavllla Sta., Portland, Oregon
Kxpert advice on any
Income tux. problems.
Several yeurs' actual
experience In Govern
nnnni r ai r ment Bureaus is onereu
r ft U DLL I'll O those unable to visit our
office. State your troubles briefly and
send In will) 1 and we will give you hon
est to goodness ndvlce. It will pay you to
get In touch with us now. E. J. Curtin,
ftoom 608 Lewis Bldg., Portland, Oregon.
DR. G. E. WATTS
212 Oreaonlan P.ulldlnlt
Female and Rectal Troubles and
Eyes Examined. Glasses Fitted.
20 off until January, on aU
fc merchandise and glasses,
ti Bring this ad.
Clarke-Brower Optical Co.
112V4 Sixth SL Portland
Iain $1.00 inJ ta. 128 N. 6ta St. Nrtlit. On
Very Centrally Located. Convenient to all
Depots, and one block from main Postoffict
Fire Proof and Modern
PARK AND MORRISON STS.
n-nnt Mnrrlann Cars direct to Hotel. Popular
Pricea. Center Shopping and Theater district.
FRANK A. CLARK, Prop.,
formerly with Ciytle Hotel.
SANITARY BEAUTY PARLOR
We help the appearance of women.
Twenty-two inch Bwitch or transforma
tion, value Ji.uu, price 2.4.
400 to 412 Dekum Bldg.
SCHOOL OF WELDING
Officially recognized by state and fed'
eral board as The place to learn welding
all metals, uommercitu scnooi or weiu
lng, 611 East Grant, Cor. 11th, Portland.
TYPEWRITERS NEW OR REBUILT "
Rebuilt Typewriter Co., 304 Oak Street
VETERINARIAN Cattle a Specialty
Dr. Chas. M. Anderson, Kenton, Portland.
Wedding Bouquets and Funeral Piece.
Lubliner Florists, 348 Morrison St
Welter System of Suggestive Therapy
Dr. T. W. Ayers, 715 Dekum Bldg.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL TINWARE
Portland Tinware Mfg. Co., 47 First St.
"A Moderate Priced Hotel of Merit"
East Morrison St., at East Sixth, the
Principal East Side Hotel. 6 minutes from
Shopping District. Four blocks from S. P.
iast Blue muuon.
IT'S JUST A SMALL BOOK
of 16 pages. "Ornamental Plants for
Landscnpe Planting" is eager to acquaint
you with the best varieties of plants for
BUT IT'S WORTH ASKING FOR
Because it gives sound advice on the
Bubject of developing the home grounds.
The Weed Landscape Nursery
All the pood klnda of Fruit Trees, Berry
Busnes, bnaae Trees, fcjnruuoery. noses,
Vines, Bulbs, for your orchard and jar
den grown In our large 1,000-acre plant.
Established over 60 yeara ago. Our trees
please our customers, prices reasonable,
quality dependable. Active salesmen
wanted In every section. For real satis
faction in your trees buy from the
OREGON NURSERY CO.,
RELIABLE TREES AND PLANTS
We offer planters special low prices on
general nursery stock, prunes, pears, ap
ples, peaches, loganberry plants, walnuts,
etc. btoeK is line ana wm pieaae you.
Order loaay. ivieniion inis paper.
Benedict Nursery Co.,
185 E. 8ith St. N., Portland, Oreg;on.
Fruit irnt budded from t irini ereh-
thkkK'S ANOTHER DENT
,,! hi.miahra on jour car can be
-.1 -...1 the boss to do It.
"",.: . .ne iallze 1.1 that kind
of work. We also repair radiators and.
carry Liberty Itudiator cures in sioca.
J. K. VVUHMi me " ""
t.3 Tm, anU, Applt, Tear. Cherry, l'earh. Plum,
Jti' 'K SPruaR Ajrtrot, Quln. Grin Tinea,
ll3t: 1 Bbrubberr, PUall. lbrrlel. Blld-
iiVy 'kih bUTKa. Lot!'. Uewbarrlea. Aipiruui.
V Ktiubara, Fl.wertnl Bhnilw, Rosel.
if Vine Hediv Kut and fihid. Treea.
Mana, Curias, said, fiatlafactlw suacaalwa,
WASHTNaTOK NURSERY CQ
ToypanJsh, WasMi fin.
Ealesmen Bvery where. Mora wanted.
80 Norlh litis ft.
FISTULA, FISSURE, Itch
ing and all other rectal
conditions except Canter
permanently cured with
out a surgical operation.
My mthml of treatment
saves the tissue Instead of
destroying It. It Is pain
less, requires no anes
thetic and Is permanent.
There la no confinement
to bed. no Interference
with Luslness or social e-igagements. I
guarantee a cure or win reiunu j.-ur
Call or write for liookleL Mention tlm
paper when writing.
DR. C. J. DEAN
fcicond and Morrison Sts., Portland, Ore.
We carry a complete line
of trusses, Including the
Brooks Appliance, Drs.
Smith's "Honest John,"
Hood, Stick - Tlte, and
Leather Covered Spring.
Truss flttin Is a scien
tific business with me
(not a side line).
D. W. EI.KOD, 1115 Selling
Building. Portland. Oregon
Used Ford Trucks and Touring Can
Now I125.W and I'p.
liMtEUAl UK IXCHAMiE
(jaad Knln Kxcluaively
Grand A v. Yamhill Port
land. ti l m t-i ma.
Fire Proof and Modem
NEW HOUSTON HOTEL
C. 8. Itlchardson, Manager
Wurklv Rates to Permanent Ouett
Sixth and Everett Streets, Three tllocks
from New I'ostofflce, Four blocks from
Union Depot, Portland, Ore.
Strictly Fireproof. Near both depots
and convenient car service to
all parts of city.
Single Rooms Without Bath, $1 and up
Single Rooms With Bath, $2 and up
ELBERT S. ROBE, Manager
Everything for the Motorcyclist
Same guarantee as new. From $200.00 up
to $360.00, all late models, with 1-speed
and electric equipment. Easy terms If
desired. Fay while you ride. Send for
literature. Motorcycle and Supply Co..
liar ley Davidson Service Center, 200 Ira
St, Portland, Ore., corner Taylor.
Date of Oiling Announced.
In I'ennsylvnnla roads on which oil
lnf work Is to be dune are announced
each week by the state highway department
Feeding Silage to Cattle.
If slliife Is fed to cattle under cover,
and not waddling about In cold mud or
a wind-swept feed-lot, It will produce
pood results. It la too laxative a feed
for Hnlmals Unit are exposed to cold,
Four deaths from cholera occurred
In Manila, P. I., In 24 hours. Six
persons believed to have cholera were
received at the isolation hospital Tues
Operations were resumed In all de
partments of the Ford Motor company
in Detroit Monday after a shutdown
of nearly a month for inventory and
Organized labor in Ireland soon will
make an important announcement In
favor of the peace treaty. The atti
tude of labor had been regarded as
Two hundred cocoanuts which con
tained not their own natural milk but
a pint each of strong Jamaica rum
were seized by federal agents Monday
at a Minneapolis railroad station. Each
cocoanut was plugged with a cork,
Arthur O. Meininger, fugitive cash
ier of the Night and Day bank in St.
Louis, Tuesday was indicted on a
charge of making a false report of
the affairs of a corporation. His al
leged defalcations are Bald to be
A tremendous landslide Monday
destroyed the cathedral, the postoffice
and many dwellings in the town of
San Fratello, Sicily. The entire pop
ulation fled to the country. The slides,
which are continuing, are due to re
cent heavy rainfall.
Frank C. Heaton, ex-assistaht cash
ier of the Scandinavian-American hank
of Fargo, was found guilty by a jury
of embezzling less than $20, making
his offense a misdemeanor. He had
been charged with speculations ap
Marquis Okuma, ex-premier of Ja
pan, died at 7 o'clock Tuesday morn
ing. For Beveral days he had been
lying between life and death and dur
ing part of that time his coma was
so Intense that his death was an
nounced Friday last.
Ten men, nine of them deacons and
elders, poisoned Sunday by woodstaln
served by mistake for sacramental
wine during communion services of
the Seventh Reformed church in
Grand Rapids, Mich., were pronounced
out of danger Tuesday.
Colonel John Blgelow Dodge, who
was arrested by bolshevist authorities
at Datum, December 9, as an alleged
secret British agent, has been re
leased and is awaiting passage from
Batum to Constantinople, according to
a dispatch to the London Times. It
was officially explained from Moscow
that his arrest was an error.
Standing at hlB place in the senate
and speaking publicly for the first
time In his own defonse, Truman II
Newberry, senator of Michigan, de
clared Monday that with God as his
witness he was not to this hour con
scious of a single act unlawful, dis
honorable or corrupt in his campaign
against Henry Ford In 1918.
That 18 manufacturers are In a con
splracy to violate the Sherman antl
trust law waB claimed by the United
States government In Denver, Colo., In
tiling a dissolution and Injunction suit
In the United States district court ci
ting the Cement Securities company
and six other cement companies as
being In the alleged combination In
restraint of competition and trade.
t STATE NEWS t
IN BRIEF. I
A A AAA AAA AAA & AAAA -
The Dalles. The general tax levy
in Wasco county, based on the 1921
tax rolls, for all purposes, totals 23.69
mills, according to figures released at
the county assessor's office.
Albany. Ordinary soft drinks may
be procured In Albany now for 5 cents
for the first time since the early days
of the war. Other drinks, while they
have been reduced, are not back to
the pre-war level yet.
Klamath Falls. The jury in the
case of the Ewauna Box company
against the logging firm of Phinnegar
& Bailey, for alleged breach of con
tract, returned a verdict in favor of
the plaintiffs in the sum of $25,250.93.
The trial lasted four days.
Prineville. The action of Crook
county post, American Legion, in
adopting resolutions opposing the
leasing of Crook county lands to Jap
anese, has been indorsed by the Prine
ville Commercial club and by the
Powell Butte Co-operative association.
Bend. A county-wide campaign
against the coyote, which during the
fall and winter season has caused con
siderable loss to central Oregon sheep
man, is to be undertaken in the near
future under the direction of County
Agent Jamison. Tasteless strychnine
in a beef blood bait will be used.
used for baby's clothes, will keep them
sweet and snowy-white until worn out.
Try it sad f or yourself. At grocers
- The Healthy-
Had Older Acquaintance.
Don and Hugh had been discussing
their father. An argument arose. To
prove his point. Don exclaimed, "Well,
I guess I ought to know. I've known
my father nearly three years longer
'n you have!"
Solar and Lunar Haloes,
Dozens of distinct forms of solar
and lunar halo have been classified.
Some are very common, while others
have been observed only once or twice
in the history of science.
Vibrations of Earthquakes.
Earthquakes send out two sets of
vibrations, one of which travels
around the earth's surface, while the
other takes a short cut through the
Interior of the globe.
Not Wasteful Practlct.
Ilogulng off corn Is not a wasteful
practice as some people used to think
few yenrs ago. On the contrury, It
Is an economical way of bundling the
DUKE OF YORK NOW "TAYLOR"
Old Cunstom of Initiating Son of Brit
ish King Into London Guild
London. Anik-iil conm-ftlmia be
tween British royalty nml tin city of
London have be'n rtiilliruieil by the
ceremonious admission f thl nuke of
York, King GoorcVs M-coml sn. to the
"Worshipful Oinpnny f Merchant
Tuylorg." th first htmorurv member
of which wnsKdwiird III, who reigned
some 800 yenrn UK".
After (he oweiirliig In, the duke snld
that. hnvliiK In-fit previously admitted
to Hie draper, the mercers, ami the
needkMiiiikers' cnilds, lie was huppy
In rnmllng off his cnriin-rtlnii with the
clothing trade by hc'-onilng a "tnylor"
also; but lie confessed that he was
glad he did not live in the dnya of
James L when tlm banouet given In
honor to a new member,
dish of owls n ml cuckoos.
Door Plata Made of Rattles.
Wabash, Ind. While most persona
illicit not cure for a door iiume plate
ninde from rattles of ruttlesnukea, Dr,
Z. M. r.tniniiii of North Miinrhester
bus one which he prize hlulily. The
pla'4 was made by a brother, Mac
Beninnii, who Uvea In Coro, N. M.,
and the rattles were taken from 28
Milken, which Beauiun killed In less
than a mouth.
A tax of 3 cents a gallon on gaso
line, to be paid by the producer, the
proceeds of which would bo used for
a soldier's bonus, Is proposed In a bill
Introduced Tuesday by Representative
Bacharach, New Jersey, republican.
The tax, he estimated, would yield
from $240,000,000 to $250,000,000 an
nunlly sufficient revenue, he said, to
meet cash payments to former service
men provided for In the bill.
The educational programme for dis
abled ex-service men as worked out by
the veterans' bureau, will be submitted
to Tresldent Harding for approval, Di
rector Forbes announced Tuesday sov
eral hours after Robert S. Marx of
Cincinnati, national commander of the
disabled American veterans of the
world war, bad protested before the
house appropriations subcommittee
against use of abandoned army can'
tonments for such training.
Salem. There were two fatalities in
Oregon due to Industrial accidents
during the week ending January 12,
according to a report prepared here
by the state industrial accident com
mission, The victims were William
Peters, planerman, Portland, and Ed
ward Erlckson, dock employe, Astoria.
Toledo. The farmers of the lower
Siletz river and on the Alsea and Ya
quina rivers are at a loss to know
what to do with the millions of feet of
high-class alder logs which they have
on their bottom lands. At the present
time there Is only one small millT lo
cated at Toledo, which handles alder
Tillamook. W. D. Clarke, division
engineer of the state highway commis
sion, with the county court, surveyor
and county road master, are going
over different sections of the county,
mapping out road work for the coming
year in which the Btate highway com
mission will take part, on a 60-50 basis
with the county.
Eugene. Deaths numbering 248 oc
curred In Eugene during the past year
and there were 324 births during the
same period, according to the report
of the city health officer, Dr. S. M.
Kerron.' The report states that Eu
gene and Lane county during 1921
maintained a high standard of health
in comparison with previous years.
Dallas. The big mill of the Falls
City Lumber company, owned by the
Cobbs-Mitchell Interests, suspended
operations permanently Saturday. The
company gave as Its reason for the
shutdown the prohibitive cost of trans
porting logs from its logging camps in
the Siletz baHln. The equipment and
crew of the mill will ie transferred to
Valsetz, where the company has an
Uoseburg. Nine residents of the
Camas valley vicinity have nppealed
to the circuit court from the schedulo
of damages allowed by the county
court in confiscating land for right of
way on the Roseburg-Coos Bay road
which has been adopted as a state
project. The court appointed a board
of viewers for this road and a storm
of protest arose over the findings of
The Dulles. Tho bid of Blyth, Wit-
tor & Co., In conjunction with Bond,
Goodwin & Tucker, offering a prem
ium of $13,850 for the 6 per cent
$150,000 Issue of Wasco county high
way bondB was accepted by the county
court. The bonds were the first lot
of the $800,000 Issue voted by the
county for the construction of The
Dallcs-Cnllfornla highway within Its
Tillamook. On account of the de
mand for calves from high producing
dams, the Tillamook Cow Testing as
sociation has decided to pool IntercBtB
and fix a price on young stock. In
quiries have been received by W. D.
Pine, county nprlrulturnl BS"iit, who
will act In behalf of the association.
The average of the association cows
Is 450 pounds of butter fat, and the
calves are from purebred Blrea.
Klamath Falls. Tho announcement
recently made by Chief Newell of tho
reclamation service Unit the Tule hike
binds, comprising about 18,000 acres,
were to bo offered for lease has atlrred
up a hornet's nest In this community,
the proposed leasing project being op
posed by the chamber of commerce
and the American Legion poHt. As a
result of this feeling a meeting of the
board of directors of the chamber of
commerce and a committee of the
American Legion poHt was hold Satur
day at which a protest was formulated
and forwarded to Secretary of the In
Mosquitoes Prevent Rice Production,
Although rica is the staple diet of
the population of Ceylon, it is nearly
all imported. Malarial mosquitoes
breed so freely in the rice fields that
laborers cannot work there.
Cuticura Comforts Baby's Skin
When red, rough und Itching with hot
baths of Cuticura Soap and touches of
Cuticura Ointment. Also make use
now and then of that exquisitely scent
ed dusting powder, Cuticura Talcum,
one of tho Indispensable Cuticura
Toilet Trio. Adv.
"People who do the least work at
tract the most attention." "True. The
man who rocks tho boat Is always the
one who Is too lazy to help row it."
West African Tornadoes.
The "tornadoes" of West Africa are
thunder squalls, totally different from
the exceedingly violent small whirling
storms that bear this name in the
The Day Is Never So Dark.
The day is never so dark, nor the
night even, but that the laws at least
of light still prevail, and so may make
It light in our minds If they are open
to the truth. Thoreau.
, Jud Tunklns.
Jud Tunklns says that whenever he
commutes he wishes he was a boy
again, bo he could regard riding on a
railroad train as a way to have a good
Tribute to Agriculturist.
The agricultural population pro
duces the bravest men, valiant soldiers
and a class of citizens the least given
to evil designs. Cato.
True National Glory.
The true glory of a nation doos not
consist In tho extent of its dominion,
in the fertility of Its soil, or the
beauty of nature, but rather In the
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the people. Sir John Lubbock.
One of the Mysteries.
Why Is It that a barber always
seems to take particular delight In
brushing a man's hair tho way he
doesn't like It? Philadelphia Inquirer.
The Eternal Triangle.
A mouse Is afraid of a man, a man
Is afraid of a woman, and a woman Is
afraid of a mouse. Jameson (Mo.)
Bound to Be Polite.
Absent-minded professor, meeting
his son: "Hollo, George, how's your
father?" Ladies' Home Journal.
An Easy Belief.
Nothing Is easier than believing that
duty calls when you want the Job any
way. Ohio Stuto Journal.
Welt, Isn't Cynic About Right?
The expression, "poor but honest,"
wasn't coined by a cynic, A cynlo
would have. said "and therefore" In
stead of "but."
Vj"'" HealsKeep your Ey
fTli-i Stron and Healthy, li
Keep your Eye
hey Tire, Smart, ltch.i.:
niirTtifrC Burn' " Sore' rrilate
UVJK LTLJ Inflamed or Granulated,
ise Murine often. Safe fur Infant or Adult
M all DrufTKist. Write for Free Eye pot
Darin ye kcsjrd Canaan. Cblcics. V. 5. 1
la the blggeat, most perfartly equipped
HualiiMW lialiiliia Vchoul In the North
wrc KH ynuraelf for a higher pnaJUoa
wtth more money l-armajient olUuna
e'ird our tirad-iat
) rile fur MtaJ Kourtk and Tun hi It,
P. N. U.
No. 3, 1922