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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (March 2, 1922)
DnRTI AMh OFFERS A MARKET
r wtA i faniiiar
FOR YOUR PRODUCE
I 1 Portland, Oregon
HTlrsV-xwrfTi vaudeville photoplays
lll'JBJQllllTOlUll Complete Change Sun. ana Thura.
Ill Hj,tJv(jLVIJLr . Matinee Dully. Twice Nightly
M nnin.iC ,TZm..i Baturduy, Sunday, Holidays, Continuous
YOU CAN EASILY LEARN TO FLY
and become a Pilot by tnklng the course of instruction we offer. The cost
but JUOU.UU used to be 1600.00 and takes but ten weeks. For Information
address. OREGON-WASHINGTON & IDAHO AIRPLANE CO.
214 Spalding Bldg., Portlsnd, Ore.
ALASKA PLUMBING 4 HEATING CO.
Plumbing Fixtures and Supplies. Pipe
Fittings, lowest prices. 963 E. Morrison.
BRAZING, WELDING 4 CUTTING
NorthwestVeldliig & Supply Co. 88 1st Bt
CLEANING, AND DYEING"1
For reliable Cleaning ana
Dyeing service send parcels to
us. We pay return postage.
Information and prices given
ENKE'B C1TT DYE WORKS
Established 18U0 Portland
CUT FLOWERS A FLORAL DP.SIGNS
Clarke Bros., Florists, 287 Morrison BL
M"C T" T T Q A will make Silos. Oranarles, BasementB, etc., Wti tar
El U J 3 tX proof, Hotproof, Hatproof and Fireproof.
1TrnfnvvvAAfA1 Medusa Waterproofed White Portland Cement Is
W atCr Di OOIGQ f"8 bt!st ,or Stucco Plaster on outside for Bunga
m n -r-i nr rwm lows Does not stain and dirt can be hosed off.
C E IVI E N T . . , Wrlle ,or Literature. Sold by
v - XV -t 1 A. McMILLAN & CO., 120 Union Ave. N, Portland
HEMSTITCHING AND PLEATING.
Buttonholing Buttons Plaiting Tucking and Chalnstttching
All Mail Orders given careful and prompt attention
;Ellte 8hop, 384 Morrison 8t.
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GO WHERE WAVES ARE WARM IN WINTER
Equals Any California Belch. Special Winter Rates Now In Effect
Paved Highway to Seaside Completed.
SEASIDE HOTEL, . SEASIDE, OREGON
A food place to Eat and Live Well.
Remarkable 40c luncheon at noon.
Open 7 a. m. to 2 a. m., 926 Stark St.
I L Cafeteria t
Sixth street opposite The Oreg onian and Al
der street oppoiite Meir & Frank's. The Best
Eating place in the City. The Finest Coffe
and Pastry a Specialty.
nnBTI lUII UinC S. Wnni nn We Pav Htehest Prices for
runiLHisU niuca iiuuluui hides. pm. wool, mohair.
1S UNION AVENUE NORTH. PORTLAND. OREQOH.
Write for Prices and Shipping Tags
Address Department B
IRYVRT j RPtnilVnt SteaYsndCho's OuV'specSty. pecfal
JLIIlwlJ 1VVOUIU1U111 Entree each day. Open 10 a. m. to 1 a. m.
Page & Son
Now Is the time to market
capons. We are pioneers and
largest handlers of these in
the Northwest. Write us.
Made in Oregon
Cheaper and Better
A Quality Sprayer for every use. Trade In your
old one. All slses fully guaranteed. Write us for
prices. Quality Sprayer Mfg. Co., 246 Grand Ave. 8,
XOlfllN. t J CLBAN1MO
Grand Avenue at Yamhill
Dyeing & Cleaning
By Parcel Post. Return Portage Paid Write for
Circular and Prices.
"At Your Beck and Call"
RUBBER STAMPS and MARKING
9wm a n tTHtTS eeaiLAMo-esieoa
Expert advice on any
income tax problems.
Several years' actual
experience in Govern
n D fl D I CMC ment Bureaus Is offered
rnUDLCIliO those unable to visit our
office. State your troubles briefly and
send in with 11 and we will give you hon
est to goodness advice. It will pay you to
get in touch with us now. E. J. Curtln,
Room 608 Lewie Bldg., Portland, Oregon.
R,t,i SI W isd p. 121 N. M St. On
Very Centrally Lecated. Convenient t all
Depots, and one block from main Postemtie
Your Oil trouble and Piston trouble
will end when we install
E. C. LONG NON-EXPANDING
For pleasure care, trucks
1090 East Yamhill St., Portland
The Dalles Fruit & Produce Comp'y
Wholesale Dealers In .)
FANCY FRUITS and FARM FRODUClj
151 Front Street, Portland, Oregon.
Eyes Examined. Glasses Fitted.
ttmfL 29 off until January, on all
. merchandise and glasses.
Sr Bring this ad.
Clarke-Brower Optical Co.
112V4 Sixth St. Portland
DR. G. E. WATTS
'' 212 Oreaonlan Building,
' PORTLAND, ORECON
Female and Rectal Troubles and
Ing and all other rectal
conditions except Cancer
permanently cured with
out a surgical operation.
My method of treatment
saves the tissue instead of
destroying it. It Is pain
less, requires no anes
thetic and is permanent.
There Is no confinement
... .a Inlsffaranpa
with business or social engagements. I
guarantee a cure or will refund your fee.
Call or write for booklet. Mention this
paper when writing.
DR. C. J. DEAN
'ootid and Morrison SU., Portland, Or.
Fire Proof and Modern
PARK AND MORRISON STS.
Depot Morrison Cars direct to Hotel. Popular
Prices. Center Shopping and Theater diatriet.
FRANK A. CLARK, Prop.,
' formerly with Clyde Hotel.
THERE'S ANOTHER DENT
Dents and blemishes on your car can be
removed end we are the boys to do it.
Why? Because we specialize In that kind
of work. We also repair radiators and
carry Liberty Radiator cores in stock. All
J. E. DURHAM, the Fender Man
80 North 11th St. Portland, Ore.
STOCK THAT GROWS
1 .nest stock that can be raised at a price
you will like to pay. Write or caU.
The Villa Nurseries
P.FD No. 1, Montavllla Sta.. Portland, Or
Guaranteed Nursery Stock
We have got just what you want. Call
or write for prices.
Russellvllle Nursery Co.
H. A. LEWIS, Prop.
Montavllla Sta., Portland, Oregon
"A Moderate Priced Hotel of Merit"
East Morrison St., at East Sixth, the
Principal East Side Hotel. S minutes from
Shopping District. Four blocks from S. P.
East Bide Station.
Fire Proof and Modern
NEW HOUSTON HOTEL
A. E. Holoembe, Manager
Weekly Rates to Permanent Guests
Sixth and Everett Streets, Three Blocks
from New Ptistofflcs, Four Blocks from
Union Depot, Portland, Ore.
USED TRUCK BARGAINS
1 ton Bulck, Pneumatic Tires $375.00
1 ton GMC, Pneumatic Tires 660.00
1 ton Republic and Body 375.00
WENTWORTH & IRWIN, Inc.
Oregon Distributors for GMC Truck
200 Second St., Cor. Taylor
Used Ford Trucks and Touring Cars
No ll2J.ee aid Up.
tmniit&AL car uctacE
Used Fords Exclusively
Grand Av. Yamhill Port
land. Wnk briricu ial kru.
We carry a complete line
of trusses, Including the
Brooks Appliance, Drs.
Smith's "Honest John,"
Hood, Stick - Tlte, and
Leather Covered Spring.
Truss fitting, is a scien
tific business with me
(not a side line).
S. W. ELROD. 1116 Selling
Building, Portland, Oregon
V "fc TtmM twt budded froai Velrhf erth
I Prune. Apricet, Quince, Oris. Vlaae,
jj 5 Sbruttwr. riaati. Stotorrtes. Bleok-
vvjVJWer1 berriM; Lagans, DewbtrrlM, Aipirifu
Rhubarb. flmriiif shrubs, Rons,
1 Xtom. EtUt, Nut aud ahade trae,
siasib Carrkfspatd. Satlaftctlon auartatswt
WASHINGTON NURSERY CQ
Salesmen everywhere. More wanted.
All the good kinds of Fruit Trees, Berry
Bushes, Shade Trees, Shrubbery, Rosea,
Vines, Bulbs, for your orchard and gar
den grown In our large l,0g(i-acre plant.
Established over 60 years ago. Our treea
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.,
l ARN MULTIGRAPHINQ
The Callan School, only recognized
school on the coast. Experienced opera
tors alwaysjn demand. 405 Artisans Bldg.
DANCING EVERY NOON 4 EVENING
Oriental Cafe. Chlneee-Amerlcan Kitchen
Corner Broadway and Wash. PORTLAND
We can sell you Doors, Windows, Roof
ing, Paint, Glass and Builders' Hardware
direct We are manufacturers. Write for
prices before buying. Heacock Saab &
Door Co., 218 First St., Portland.
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE WORKS
Commercial Iron Works, 7th et Madison.
HARD WOOD FLOORING
Oak-Leaf Hardwood Floor Co., 931 R.
76th SL N. Floors electric sanded.
Davis Bros., American 'Shoemakers,
108 4th St.
Chronic diseases a specialty. Dr. W. N.
Alien w f 'leidner Building.,
hORSES. MULES BOUGHT. SOLD
U. B. STABLES, m Union Ave. Draft
horses bought and Bold.
Send us your Inquiries for anything In
Iron or Woodworking Machinery, Logging,
bawtnlll. Contractors' Equipment, Loco
motives, Boilers, Engines, Crushers, Kali,
Cauie, Belting, etc. Burke Machinery Co.,
628 Railway Exchange Bldg., Portlund, Or.
MFGSTOFVUXCANIZED ROOF PAINT
New roofs and repairing done. loung
and Woods. Ilu3 E. Caruthers Bt
MONUMENTS E. 3d and Pine Sta.
Otto Schumann Granite & Marble Works.
PIPE REPAIRING v
PTPPC Repaired by experts.
rirEiO pipa bi10Di 272 Wash.
Marry if Lonely; most successful "Home
Maker"; hundreds rich; confidential;
reliable; years experience; descriptions
free. "The Successful Club," Mrs. Nash,
MOTORCYCLE S A ND PARTS
All makes. Easy terms
EAST SIDE MOTORCYCLE CO.
44-46 GRAND AVE.
PORTLAND 8HOE REPAIRS, MAIL 'EM
Model Shoe Repair, 372 Washington St
PRUNE TREES!! PRUNE TREESIII
Before buying elsewhere see us. Columbia
Nursery Co., 14SU Union Ave., Portland.
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A DE.
PENOABLE PRODUCE DEALER?
Veal Butter '
Poultry - Bggs
Honey Any Product
Ask for latest methode used to pre
pare shipments for higher prices.
RUBY & CO.
169 Front St Portland, Ore.
Sixteen Years' Reliability.
RAZOR BLADES RESHARPENEO
Single Site; Double 35c. Razors Ground
ajHoned. Backlund & Son, 108 W. Park
SANITARY BEAUTY PARLOR
We help the appearance of women.
Twenty-two Inch switch or transforma
tion, value 17.60, price 2.45.
4U to 412 Dekum Bldg.
SCHOOL OF WELDING
Officially recognised by state and fed
eral board as The place to learn welding
all metals. Commercial School of Weld
ing, 611 East Grant, Cor. 11th, Portland.
VETERINARIAN Cattle a Specialty
Dr. Chaa. M. Anderson, Kenton. Portland.
Wedding Beuquete and Funeral Plecee
Lubllner Florists, 348 Morrison St
WHOLE8ALE AND RETAIL TINWARE
Portland Tinware Mfg. Co., 47 First St
Everything: for the MotorycclUt
Same guarantee as new. From $200.00 up
to 1360.00, all late models, with 3-speed
and electrio equipment. Easy terms If
desired. Pay while you tide. 8end for
literature. Motorcycle and Supply Co.,
Harlay Davidson Service Center, 100 trd
St, Portland, Ore., comer Taylor.
Located Sixth and Hoyt
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 S2 and up
E. E. Larlmore, Mgr.
ADVANTAGE OF VELVET BEAN
When Properly Dried It It Distinct
Addition to Protein Concentrate
When- properly dried before ship
ment, velvet bean feed Is a distinct
Dddltlon to the protein concentrates
at the disposal of northern feeders,
In the opinion of Dr. J. B. LIndsey
of Massachusetts station. It has
proved slightly better than wheat bran
for making milk. It may constitute
as high as 40 per cent of the grain
ration for cows; but 20 per cent for
pigs and horses Is considered enough.
Doctor LIndsey recommends for cows
a ration of 40 per cent velvet bean
feed, 40 per cent corn or hominy meal
or ground oats and 20 per cent cotton
seed meal or some other high-grade
GOOD PASTURE FOR FILLIES
It Is Not Possible to Secure Beit
Growth of Animals Unless Grain
Is Also Fed.
Experiments conducted by the Uni
versity of Illinois show that purebred
draft fillies can best be produced when
good pastures and legume roughages
form the basis of their rations. Too
much emphasis cannot be placed upon
the Importance of good pastures.
Although abundant pastures and leg
ume hays reduce the grain require
ment, it is not possible to secure the
best growth unless grain is also fed.
3IG JAP STUDENT TOO MUCH
Washinflton Freshman Tried to Haze
Him, but He Wag Too
Seattle, Wash All Japanese are
not easy marks, as fifteen boys of the
freshmnn class at the State university
beve can testify.
Last fall a real sport matriculated
- '. nnn of TaJtro Ogawa, a burly
Japanese ! boy, who stands nearly 6
feet high. He Is a giant in strength
too, and had been employed all sum
mer In a railroad section gang in Mon
tana. He Is thirty years old and has
been In America ten years.
This year he decided to enter the
university to study engineering, and
as soon as the freshmen learned of
this they planned to hazt him. The plan
failed to the chagrin of the students.
More than thirty-five of the young
bloods of the university captured the
Japanese and attempted to shackle
him. He broke one boy's nose,
blacked more eyes than be has fingers
and toes, tore a part of the scalp oil
Andrew Barker and severely Injured
eleven other boys. At least 15 of the
class were unable to resume school
work, while the smiling face of Ogaws
appeared as usual in the classroom.
P ' , 1
What This Buffalo Physician
Has Done For Humanity
The picture which appears here of
Dr, Pierce of Buffalo, N.Y., was taken
In 1910. As a voung man Dr. Pierce
practised medicine in Pennsylvania
and was known far and wide for his
great success- in alleviating disease,
lie earlv moved to Buffalo and put up
in ready-to use form, his Golden
Medical Discovery, the well known
tonic for the blood. This strength
builder is made from a formula which
Dr. Pierce found most effective in
diseases of the blood. It contains no
alcohol and is an extract of native
roots with the ingredients plainly
stated on the wrapper. Good red
blood, vim, vigor and vitality are sure
to follow if you take this Alterative
Extract. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery clears away pimples and
annoying eruptions, tends to keep
the complexion fresh and clear. This
Discovery corrects the disordered con
ditions in a sick stomach, aids diges
tion, acta as a tonio and purifies the
blood. Write Dr. Pierce s Invalids
Hotel in Buffalo, N. Y,, and receive
confidential medical advice free. Send
10c for trial pkg. tablets. All drug
gists sell Discovery, tablets or liquid.
CUTTINGS FOR GOOSEBERRIES
Plants Should Be Placed 8lx Feet
Apart and Cared for In Sams
Way as Currants.
Gooseberries are grown from cut
tings like currants and also propa
gated by mound layering. In follow
ing this method the tops are cut off
In the early spring leaving stubs four
or five Inches long. Many new shoots
will grow from these stubs, and when
they are hardening a little In early
summer the lower four or five Inches
of these shoots Is covered with a
mound of earth. Each shoot will then
send out roots, forming a number of
Independent plants. The earth Is tak
en away In the fall and the young
rooted plants cut off and either planted
or kept slightly moist In earth or moss
till spring. Gooseberries should be
planted six feet apart and cared for
In the same way as currants, says the
United States Department of Agriculture.
Work on All Cane Fruits Should Be
Dona Just Before Sap Commences
Pruning of berries and all cane
fruits should preferably be done In the
spring just before the sap commences
to flow and after all danger of killing
frosts are past. Danger of winterkill
ing where fall or winter pruning Is
practiced Is great, because the open
end of the cane permits the frost to
travel down the Boft center of the
canes to the roots: That Is why spring
pruning Is to be preferred. In this
pruning, remove all dead canes from
the previous season's fruiting canes
and also thin down the present canes
to not more than three or four sturdy
ones to each old, established root
stock. Quality berries are worth more
than a quantity of Inferior berries
and these quality berries are produced
only where the roots are not overtaxed.
Trees Planted Too Closa.
Most orchard trees are planted too
close for best results. While this can
be remedied In the planting of new or
chards we have to take conditions as
they are found In the case of the older
orchards and make the best of them.
Peculiarity Hard to Explain,
It Is a peculiar thing that the names
given live animals are of Saxon origin,
but those given to meat when dressed
and prepared for food are Norman.
For example, the words "ox," "steer,"
"cow" are Saxon, but "veal" Is Nor
man; "sheep" Is Saxon, but "mutton"
Is Norman; so It Is severally with
"swine" end "pork," "deer" and "veni
son," I'fowl" and "pullet."
SPRING PRUNING PREFERRED
Keep Berries Productive,
Berries kept In a strong, sturdy con
dition by careful and systematic prun
ing and by constant cultivation Just
as one would cultivate the corn field
will remain productive for years-
Good 8ale for Plants,
Good varieties of strawberry plants
should sell well next spring, as many
fields have not grown new runners Id
the usual quantities.
Cutlcura Soothes Baby Rashes.
That Itch and burn with hot baths
of Cutlcura Soap followed by gentle
anointings of Cutlcura Ointment.
Nothing better, purer, sweeter, espe
cially If a little of the fragrant Cutl
cura Talcum Is dusted on at the fin
ish, 25c each everywhere. Adv.
Art Is No Recreation.
Art, properly so-called, is no recrea
tion; It cannot be learned at spare
moments, nor pursued when we have
nothing better to do. It Is no handi
work for drawing-room tables, no re
lief of the ennui of boudoirs; it must
be understood and undertaken Borl-
ously, or not at all. "Modern Paint
ers," John Ruskln.
Dehorn Calevs Early.
The removal of horns from dairy
cattle Is a practice which Is to be com
mended under most conditions.
Provide Comfortable Quarters.
Warm, comfortable quarters are Just
as necessary In successful calf rearing
as correct feeding.
The Harvest Moon.
The harvest moon Is the one on or
nearest to the 21st of September, har
vest time. When nearly full It rises
for several consecutive nights at about
the same hour. A poetical playwright
points out that it Is a kindly arrange
ment of the Creator for the benefit of
lovers. There Is at that time a small
angle between the moon's orbit and
the horizon which causes this com
plaisance on the part of the queen of
Little Susy at Church.
Little Susy was taken to church by
her mother for the first time. During
the long sermon the child grew more
and more fidgety, and kept wriggling
about. Finally she became very great
ly interested In a Bmall tear In her
dress and, after looking at this ab
sorbedly for a little while, site jumped
to her feet on the seat, and to the
great mortification of her mother,
cried out: "Has anybody in this crowd
got a pin?" Minneapolis Tribune.
A Personal Application.
We have never sunk to our neck in
quicksand and struggled to get out,
but we know the feeling. We have
tried to get out of debt. Arkansas
Too Much for Muslo Lovers.
Jud Tunkins says what broke up the
singing society was the threat of the
richest man in town to foreclose mort
gages unless his daughter was the
Mothers Read This Letter
and Statement Which
H 'r Will
Portland. Indiana. "I was troubled
with Irregularity and constipation and
would oiten nave to
lie down because of
pains, une Sunday
my aunt was visiting
us and she said her
girls took Lydia E.
table Compound and
cot wen. so motner
said she guessed she
would let me try it It
is doing me good and
I praise it highly.
You are welcome to
use this letter as a testimonial."
Stella Newton, R. R. 8, Portland,
You should carefully guard
your daughter's health. Advise her of
the danger which comes from standing
around with cold or wet feet, from lifting
heavy articles, or overworking. Do not
let her oversturly.
If she complains of headache, pains In
back or lower limbs, or if you notice a
slowness of thought, nervousness or ir
ritability on the part of your daughter,
give her careful attention.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound is an excellent medicine for your
daughter to take, as it is especially
Adopted torelieve just such symptoms.
Remember it contains nothing that can
injure and can be taken in safety.
A pompous old gentleman was ad
dressing a gathering of English work
men and during his remarks he urged
them to "Be industrious! Shun In
dolence and remember that sloth Is
the parent of necessity." As he paused
to let this sink in a man in the rear
sung out: "Look 'ere, mister, I've
'eard it said as 'ow necessity Is the
mother of Invention if so be as it is,
then sloth is invention's grandmother,
and Bummat's wrong somewhere."
Utility and Appeal.
Of all the liberal arts literature la
the oldest, as it Is the most Immediate
in its utility and the broadest In Its
appeal. Brander Matthews.
Cntlcnm 3op ! tb orll foafttyrKira)wrii.
rr; tttz 1
osad for baby's clothes, will kaep them
sweet snd snowy-white until worn out.
Try It snd see for yourself. Atgroctr
fUHLL iz Meals Keen vour Evea
Strong and Healthy. II
WjSjAVl'- theyTire, Smart, ltch,or
VniifstvtC Burn-if SoTe Irritated,
IUUK LIU Inflamed or Granulate,
use Murine often. Safe for Infant or Adult
t all Druggists. Write for Tree Eye Book
Marine Eve Kenedy Company. CUcaoe, I). S. aV
Are You Satisfied? .WSStBka
la the biggest, most perfectly equipped
Business Training School In the North
west Fit yourself for a higher position
with more money. Permanent foutlooa
assured our Graduates,
Write fir catalog Fourth and TamhlK,
P. N. U.
No. 9, 1922
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oaM" in ill iSI hi mm m Tarn .
Juicy Fruit, Peppermint
and Spearmint are certainly
three delightful flavors to
And WRIGLEY'S P-K-the
new sugar-coated pepper
mint gum, is also a great
treat for your sweet tooth.
All are from the Wrigley
factories where perfection
is the rule.
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