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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (March 23, 1922)
YOU CAN EASILY LEARN TO FLY
and become a Pilot by taking the couree of Instruction we offer. The cost
but $2UO.OO used to be J5UO.O0 and takes but ten weeks. For Information
address. OREGON-WASHINGTON 4 IDAHO AIRPLANE CO.
214 Spalding Bldg., Portland, Ore.
E rJl E N T . Wrlte for Literature, .Sold by, ,
- ---- A'.-WcWILt-AN- a CO., 120 Union Ave. N, Portland
, HEMSTITCHING AND PLEATING. .
Buttonholing ' Buttons Plaiting Tucking and Chainstltchlng
. All Mall Orders given careful and nromnt attention
' ' ' Ete 8n0Pi
I L Cafeteria
Page & Son
Portland, Oregon '
PORTLAND HIDE & WOOL CO.
108 UNION MENUS NORTH, - PORTLAND,- OftEQQN. -Write
for Pricea and Shipying Tag c,it ji t ---
Grand Arenue at Yamhill
, PORTLAND, ORE. ,
Dyeing & Cleaning
By Parcel Post Return Postage Paid. Write for
Circulars and Prices. : .
"At Your-Beck and Call"
RUBBEP STAMPS and MARKING
DEVICES. .' ;
r.-ri.f ' .'
-TH I OAK TRUTt FOKTIANO. wrtMOS
Expert advice on any
income -tax -problems.
Several ' years' actual
experience in Govern
nonDI rtlOment Bureaus Is offered
r II U O L t III O those unable to visit our
office. Mate your troubles briefly and
send in with ?1 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 806 Lewis Bldg., Portland, Oregon.
Rti 11.00 u4 ip. 128 N. to St. PtrfoJ, On
Very Centrally Located. Convenient to all
' Depots, and one block from main Poatoffice
USED TRUCK BARGAINS
1 ton Bulck, .Pneumatic Tlres$375.00
1 ton GMC, Pneumatic Tires . 550.00
1 ton Republic and. Body -. , 375.00
W6NTW0RTH i IRWIN', Inc. .
Oregon Distributors for GMC Trucks .
U0 Second St., Cor. Taylor
.. ... Portland,-Oregon
.! - . , . . . . : - r
f ire Proof and Modern .
NEW HOUSTON HOTEL
- " A. E. Holcomtie, Manager - ,
Weekly Rates to Permanent Guests
Sixth and Everett Streets, Three Block
from New Postoffiee, Four Blocks from
Union Depot, Portland, Ore. , , .,-..
BROOKE DRUG CO."!
r NORTH THIRD
iMTT ditc wait. nwni'.R DHTTOGlSTS.
Do you Buffer from Asthma? If so, order
a bottle j
Lanodale'e Asthma Remedy
' Sold under Money Back Guarantee
SHIP US YOUR WOOL
Wool cleaning and carding. Wool bats
and mattresses made to order. We do
custom carding.' Write for prices.
Crystal Springs Woolen Mills
Established In 1905. '
Main Office and Factory,
- 760 Umatilla Ave., Portland.
Eyes Examined. Glasses Fitted.
-wa- ?0 off until January, on all
tjjjjfoZ merchandise and glaaaes.,
Bring this ad. . 51 H i
Clarke. Brower Optical Co.
112V4 Bixth St. frand
DR. G. Ei , WATTS
212 Oregonlin Building.
'.' it PORTLAND, OREGON
i; . SPECIALIST
' Femals and Rectal Troubles and
J- GLAND TRANSPLANTATIONS
ing and all other rectal
, conditions except Cancer
permanently cured with
out a surgical operation.
My method ot treatment
saves the tissue instead of
destroying It. It ia pain
less, requlrea no anes-
-thetlo and is permanent
There Is no confinement
n i,e.A nn Interference.
witHj.hwain.ffa' nr. soclnl engagements. I
guarantee. a cure or will refund your fee.
Call or write, for booklet. Mention tlile
paper when writing.
DR. C, J. DEAN
ecpnd and Morrison St.. Portland, Ore.
Mors Fata! to Natives of" Pacific Is.
, lands Than Bum or Opium, Says '
r-- Captain Salisbury.
New or!t! Too ninny dollies la the
grat trouble . with the dying Poly
nesians of the Pacific Wands, occord
ing to Cnpt. Edw'Rr.! Salisbury, who
... ......t 'ninrS thin" anmnc them.
Cuptaln Salisbury paused In the tusk
OFFERS A MARKET
FOR YOUR PRODUCE
Complete Change Sun. and Thura.
Matinee Dally. Twice Nightly
Saturday, Sunday, Holidays, Continuous
Silos, Granaries, Basements, etc., Water'
piuui, xiuiiiruui, juiiproor ana fireprool.
Medusa Waterproofed White Portland Cement Is
the best for Stucco Plaster on outside for Bunga-
384 Morrlon -jt.
A good place to Eat and Live Wall.
Remarkable 40c luncheon at noon.
Opw 7 a, m. to 2 a. m., SSfiA Stark St
Sixth atreet opposite The Oregonian and Al
der atreet opposite Meir & Frank's. The Beat
Eating place in the City, The Finest Coffee
nd Pastry a Specialty.
Now Is the time to market
capons. We are pioneers and
largest handlers of these in
the Northwest. Write us.
We Pay Highest Price for
HIDES, PELTS, WOOL, MOHAIR,
" Address Department B
Fire Prool and Modern '
PARK AND MORRISON STS.
Depot Morrison Cara direct to Hotel. Popular
Pricea, Center Shopping and Theater district.
FRANK A. CLARK, Prop.,
formerly with Clyde Hotel.
: THERE'S ANOTHER DENT
Dents and blemishes on your car can be
removed and 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 atock. All
1. B. DIE11AM, the Ftader Man
SO North 11th St. Portland, Ore.
STOCK THAT GROWS
Knest stock that can be raised at a price
you will like to ..pay. write or caiL
The Villa Nurseries
RFD No. 1, Montavllla St... Portland, Or
Guaranteed Nursery Stock
We have got Just what you want. Call
OT writ for 'prices. . , i, ;
Ruasellvllle 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. 5 minutes from
Shopping District. Four blocks from 8. P.
East tilde Station.
BRAZING, WELDING A CUTTING
Northwest Welding & Supply Co. 88 1st St
CLEANING AND DYEING
jt&BQfL For reliable Cleaning and
5j3TR Dyeing service send parcels to
K,2jlB u- Pav return postage.
1U 3JB Information and prices , given
lijjfffSl'tF ipon request
aJJ' ENKE'S CITY DYE WORKS
Estaoiished 130 .. Portland
CUTLi3VVtR6 FLORAi. DFI8IGNS
Clarke Broa., Florlata, 287 Morrlaon ML
DOORS AND WINDOWS . .
We can sell vou Doors. Windows, Roof'
Ing, PalntA Glass and Builders' Hardware
direct We are manufacturers. Write for
prices before buying. Heacock F ish at
Door Co., Zl't First St.; Portland.
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE WORKS
Commercial Iron Works, 7th Hidlaon.
Chronic diseases a specialty. Dr. W.
Allen 830 Flddner Building.
urinaria' lulli'ER BOUGHT. SOLO
U. S. STAtlLi-B, Hi Union Ave. Draft
horses bought and Bold,
Send us your Inquiries for anything In
Iron or Woodworking Machinery, Logging,
Buwmlll, Contractors' Equipment, Loco
motives, Boilers, Engines, Crushers, Kail,
C'auie, Belting, etc Burke Machinery Co.,
62K Railway Exchange Bldg., Foi tlatid,Or.
MONUMENTS E. 3d and Plna 6ts,
Otto Schumann Granite 4 Marble Works.
Farm Implements Mew and second
hand, special prices. P.-E. Esbenshade,
300-306 i. Morrison St. East Kl.
MGTOF-VULCAN IZ 6 D OO P P Al NT
New roofs and repairing done. Young
and Woods. 1103 E. Carutnera Bt
PERSONAL ... , ,;,
Marry if Lonely; most successful Homa
Makers httndreds rich; confidential;
reliable; years experience; descriptions
free. "The Successful Club," Mrs. Nash,
Box 656, Oakland. California.
PORTLAND 8HOE REPAIRS, MAIL EM
Model Shoe Kepalr, 272 Washington bt
pl P E R E A I R i N G , '
IMLJIj'v rtepaireu UJ "yens.
rlrEiOipe Shop, 272 Wash;
PRUNE TREESII PRUNE TREESIII
Before buying elsewhere see us. Columbia
r'urseryCo., Hso Union Ave., Portland.
"Davis Bros., American Shoemakers,
108 4th St.
S ANI T A R YB E AUTY-? A R LO R
We help the appearance of women.
Twenty-two inch switch or transforma.
tlon, value $7.60, price 12.45.
400 to 412 Dekum Bldg.
SCHOOL OF WELDING
Officially recognised by state and fed
eral board as The place to learn welding
all metala. Commercial School of Weld
ing, 611 East Orant, Cor. llth, Portland.
VETERINARIAN Cattle a Specialty
Dr. Chas. M. Anderson, Kenton. Portland.
Wedding Bouquets and Funeral Places
Lubllner Horiats, 348 Morrison 8t
.His First and Laat Leaaon.
"I conclude that's a fly " said the
young trout, and he was presently to
leafDvhsi. -wrong it Is to Jump at ooa
elusions.'" ' . "
of. outfitting1 his yacht for another
cruise to (hose Island H ml explained
that when the misslimnrlfs ftimlly con
vinced iU I'olyncslnns tlmt It was
uriinir to ir nuked the I'olyncslans
gdoplwl clutlilutC nnl acqulrwl ttibt-r-
Clothes, he sal 1.' hit'l dime tin
natives more h&rtn than rum or tipluro.
The fewer tbe clolhes the gmitfr lbs
IN BRIEF. !
Salem. Samuel A. Elliott, mem
ber of the national Indian council, with
headquarters at Washington, after
visiting the Chemawa Indian school,
Saturday announced that he would
recommend enlargement of the Insti
tution . to accommodate 1000 pupils.
Its present capacity Is 700.
Salem. Next Saturday the Marion
county court will receive bids for the
crushing and hauling of approximate
ly 6000 yards of broken stone to be
used in the Mount Angel district. An
other contract will be awarded for
hauling 7000 yards of gravel for the
improvement 'of the roads In the Stay
Hood River. The case of J. W. Mor
ton, who with his children has sued
the state highway commission for an
aggregate of $14,000, claimed as dam
ages to real estate and a water sys
tem of their Riverside ranch by con
struction of the Ruthton hill grade
of the Columbia River highway,, has
been set for April 3.,- - .-; j
Clatskanle. Farmers ' of the Delta
Gardens, a tract comprising thousands
of acres of diked Columbia "river
marshes adjoining Clatskanle, will"
give spinach-growing a. thorough test
this year. J. N; "Miller, one 'of the'
best known farmers 'of the district,
has contracted to raise 25 acres for
a cannery at Rainier.
Tillamook. An issue of $50,000
bonds was authorized by a vote of 109
to 62 at a special election Satur
day. The issue was necessitated by
the fact that the city finances for sev
eral years have been insufficient to
pay expenses. Warrants totaling ap
proximately $25,000 are outstanding
with no money in, sight to pay them
Hood River. Frank A. McDonald,
superintendent of the East Fork irri
gation district, who now has a crew
of 25 men engaged in cleaning out
the ditch of the big system, antici
pates that water will be running by
April 1. A crew of flume carpenters
will follow the clean-up crews next
week, making repairs to damage re
sulting from the winter sleet storm.
Halfway. One shoat dead and others
in the "hospital" is the result of feed
ing two bucketfuls of moonshine mash
to a pen ot hogs belonging to Henry
Leep on Saturday night. The mash
was taken in a raid and kept for
evidence, but as the barrel ot it. was
too heavy to handle one of the raid
ers started to throw out part of it.
Another proposed to feed it to the
hogs and the hogs liked it. .
.' I in I
Brownsville. A brick which was
made in the early eighties near
Brownsville and then served its day in
a pioneer fireplace chimney, Is now
in the hands of Boh White of this
city. Mr. White was working in the
brick kiln when this particular brick
was made, and when it was still soft
be inscribed his name on it. Recently
when John Gross tore down the old
Kiley Kirk house this brick hearing
the name of Mr. White was discovered
and returned to him.
Salem. Deschutes county, accord
ing to a report prepared here Thurs
day, will be the center of irrigation
activities in Oregon during the year
1922. Six irrigation districts, two
Carey act projects and one private
project, all desiring to obtain water
from the Deschutes river, are showing
marked activity. Some of these de
sire allotments of water, others ask
authority to sell bonds and others to
engage in actual construction work.
The total areav involved U approxi
mately 230,000 acres, Jo, -which 70,000
acres are now irrigated.'
Portland. Committees representing
the breeders of Idaho, Washington and
Oregon recently decided to hold
northwest Guernsey breeders' sale at
the Pacific international' stock show
building in North Portland June 5,
Animals to be consigned to this sale
will be from some of the best herds
In the west and possibly from some
of the middle western herds, as some.
of Wisconsin's best breeders have ask
ed permission to consign some high
class animals. Buyers have declared
their intention of attending this sale
from as far east as Montana and from
southern California and Arizona.
Salem. Aggregate receipts of., the
state treasurer's office for the year
1921 were 134,378,500. G2, and disburse
ments $35,580,464.98, as against re
ceipts In the year 1918 of $10,503,
177.61 and disbursements ot $10,037,
882.65, according to the annual report
prepared here Friday by O. P. Hoff,
state treasurer, covering the trans
actions of his department for the 12
months ended December 31, 1921. Dur
ing the same period, the report said,
the number of funds created by law
Increased from 132 to 231, and the
state's bonded indebtedness Increased
$29,405,125. Interest on this liulebted
, ness Increased $717,704.48.
Mrs. Wilson Nichols
If You're a Young Woman
or Even in Middle Life
Here is Some God Advice (or You
From a Prominent Woman.
- Seattle, Wash. "I can Bay that
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
has done me more good than any
other medicine. It is the all-round
medicine for women for their trials
and troubles at most any age. It
is a wonderful medicine for the
many weaknesses peculiar to wo
men. I am taking it at the present
time; it relieves me of gas on the
stomach, palpitation of the heart,
cramps in the feet and limbs, heat
flashes, nervousness,, and other
symptoms common to .. women in
middle life. I haven't found any
thing that gives such relief.. .It
gives me pep and makes me feel:
.full of life like I used to be'."- MfsV
Wilson Nichols, 1823 3d. Ave., West.;
Women who Suffer, from, head.-1
ache, bachache, flashes qf heat, diz-.
zintss, fainting spells, nervousness
or exhaustion, should go at once to
their neighborhood druggist and get
a bottle of Favorite Prescription, in
tablets or liquid. Or write Dr.
Pierce's Invalids' Hotel in Buffalo,
N. Y.. for free medical advice.
BIG MAIL FOR YOU FREE
Would you like to receive many good
propositions, interesting offers, papers,
circulars, catalogs and advertising litera
ture? Write your name and address on a
postcard, mail It today and we will have
business firms all over the country send
you big packages of mail matter free.
Address J. B. SMITH, 26 Staples St.,
Weather Affected by Sun Spots.
,A Dutch meteorologist has studied
the winter temperatures In western
Europe from 760 to 1916 A. D. He has
found that greater activity of sun
spots is accompanied ty winter Bet
ting In harder and earlier than usual.
while less activity of the spots corre
sponds to late, mild winters,
Some Good In Forest Fires.
Fire-weed, which invariably springs
up after forest fires in the Northwest
and covers large areas, is a source
of large amounts of honey that can
profitably be gathered by bees.
Anachronism In "Ben-Hur."
t One of the star names given to Ara
bian horses in "Ben Hur" is MIra.
This name was introduced into astron-
omy about sixteen centuries after the
period of the story.
Better Than Using Sand.
They have found that sugar can Be
made from sea weed. We are suspi
cious that they have found It can he
made from a lot of things besides
sugar cane. -When, the family sugar
has to be sweetened before using, its
virtue may be suspected. Los Angeles
Blood to Spare.
Persons with high blood pressure, If
otherwise perfectly healthy, are ex
cellent donors of blood when this is
needed for transfusion. And the re
sultant loss of blood may save the life
of a man or woman of 60 by prevent
The Cutieura Toilet Trio
Having cleured your skin keep It clear
by making Cutlcurn your every-dny
toilet preparations. The soap to cleanse
and purify, the Ointment to soothe and
heal, the Talcum to powder 'and per
fume. No toilet table Is complete
without them. 25c everywhere. Adv.
Co-operation Necessity of Today.
Some one once said : "Halt the peo
ple know not how the other half
lives." This is truer today than ever.
There is need of knowledge that will
give co-operation. People cannot lon
ger live unto themselves alone if the
country prosper as it should.
Odd Scents of Wood.
The scent of the West Indian satin
wood suggests coconut oil, says the
American Forestry Magazine, while
the paper-bark tree of Australia Is said
to smell like Brazil nuts while being
Gregorian Calendar Made Trouble.
The adoption of the Orcgoriun cal
endar In England In 1752 led to vio
lent riots, especially at Bristol, where
several people were killed.
Adventures of the Soul.
The good critic is ho who relates
the adventures of his soul among mas
terpieces. Anatole France.
. Acnts three to five
(liillnrs an hour full or
nnura tlms. Commls
sions in Bflvanrs. uur
bcHutlful Una ot guar
anteed rainproof top-
rrmta a-onia RTeHt.
Outfit and sample
roat free. , . 5
T . A O. Ralneeal Cot,
1216 N. Ilubey btreet,
i Chicago, Illinois.
IN HANDLING TOOLS
Gardener Knows How to Manip
ulate Spade or Fork.
Soil Is Carefully Cut In Thin Slice
and Clods Broken Up as Work
Goes On English and French
Are Ahead of Us.
(Prepared by the United States Department
There Is an art in handling a spade
or spading fork and It is only the
gardener who knows this art who gets
his garden Soil in" tbe" best .''possible
condition. A great many gardeners
have an Idea that the only thing nec
essary is to work the surface up into
huge chunks and then pound these
into pieces with the back of a hoe,
but, says the United States Depart
ment of Agriculture, the gardener who
really knows how, spades his soli very
carefully, cutting it in thin slices (d
Simple Tools Essential In the Cultiva
tion of Bumper Crops.
the full depth of the spade, then break
ing up each spadeful as he goes, using
the edge of the spade or spading fork
for breaking the clods.
; No matter liow much work is done
on the surface a poor Job of spading
can never be remedied and,.- while
the surface may be loose and mellow
the underlying soli will be rough and
cloddy so that vegetables planted up
on it will not do well. A good plow
man turns' over the furrows evenly
and of uniform depth. The same prin
ciple holds in spading, and. the spade
fuls should be of uniform thickness
and depth and every one be t;urned
The gardeners of England and
France are far ahead of our American
gardeners in the matter of soli prep
aration, and we could well learn a
lesson from them. In preparing their
land for planting" they fork It over
very carefully, (wdmlx with the soli
considerable Quantities of manure,
This mixing, however, Is so well done
that the manure disappears In . the.
soil and becomes an Intimate part ot
It. There' are no slipshod methods
In the -work of these English and
French - cardeners and they are en-
abled to grow more on an acre than
some American gardeners grow on five
acres. A little land well prepared,
the Department of Agriculture be
lieves, is better thnn a large area
Improperly fitted. Get the habit of
doing things well, It pays lh the long
GET EARLY CABBAGE PLANTS
They - Can Be Grown Indoors
Shipped In From Points In
. s - Warm: Climates.
Early cabbage plants for setting In
the garden can be procured In two
en cau oe procureu in two
ways, suggests tne united siuies imj-
partuient of Agriculture. They can
either bef locally grown Indoors by
some plant grower or they can be the Royal Saxon Pi)rcelajn muuteo-j
-1.1 .1 l ..'tlirn nnll,Ml-.i;tf.tnn-l. ....t.ftJI '' -
shipped In from a Southern point
where the climatic conditions are such
that the plants can be grown In the
open ground. Plants grown out-of-doors
are often advertised as "frost
proof" plants. While , this term Is
rntliur misleading, the plants are really
very hardy and will withstand consid
erable cold. The groat Ullliculty with
cabbage grown In greenhouses, hotbeds
or In the home Is that they are sort
anu easily injured emier ny wniu
com wnen set in tne gunien. i.ns on
Acuity, however, can he to a consider-
able degree overcome by properly
hardening the plant to outside con
ditions before setting them lu the gar
PLANT EARLY IRISH POTATOES
Put1 Them In Ground Jurt Bafors
Time for Last 6pring Frost
to Get Good Start.
Eurly Irish potatoes may be plnnted
a little before or ubout the time the
last spring frosts occur. This will
give them an opportunity to make a
start and reach the surface of the
ground by wnrm weather. Irish pots-
. , m . . . I . I . . .. , i .. - n .1
toes require irrijiltriu i-uiuiiwn mu
should be gradually hilled up to form
a bed. Large quantities of mnniire
should not be used. Crest
should be token to avoid seed affected
-, . ., , .
by -sli( ss Ibis disease develops rap-
Iilljl mid greatly Injures the quality.
United States Department of Agrlcul
Read This Letter from Mrs.
W. S. Hughes
Greenville. DeL " I was under the
impression that my eldest daughter had
some uiiermu iruuum
as ever since the first
time her sicknessap-
peared she had to go
to bed ana even naa
to quit school once ' v
for a week. I always
take Lydia E. Pink
Compound myself so
1 gave, itj y nji ana
she. has received
great benefit from it
You can use this let
ter for a testimonial if you wish, as I
cannot say too much about what your .
medicine has done for me and for my
daughter. "- Mrs. Wm. 3. HVGHE3,
Mothers and of tentimesrandmotuera
have taken and have learned tbe-jalpa
of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound. So they recommend the medi
cine to others. ('S ,ji 1
The best test of any medicine is what
it has done for others. For nearlyflfty
vears we have published letters from
.mothers, daughters, and wome, young
and old, recommencing ine vegetapia
Compound. They know what it, didJor
them iJ a glad to- tell others J In
your own neighborhood are women who
know of its great value. f
' Mothers daughters, why not try it t
Traffic Cop Amazes Amir.
t Ot all the sights he saw on his re
cent visit to London the amir ef Kat
slna declared the crossing policeman
to be the most wonderful. Tobe -ab,le
to stop all the traffic of a street with
the lifting of one hand amazed, him,
and he thinks, he told an inquirer, that
the policeman must have four eyes.
The Damage. ' j .
"No, sah," replied Brother Buckatoo.
"It didn't fraction no po'tion ot mua
'natomy when dat autgmoblle done
Turnover me straight qj-oss, and den
dlagnal, but I'm bruised and bungled
twell I'm all de colors o' do rainbow."
-Kansas City Star. '. ..
I '' . I f, Li i. i
Lines to Be Remembered,
The origin of all mankind was the
same; it Is only a clear ood
conscience that makes a man" noble
for that Is derived from heaved Itself.
An Unnecessary Addition. '
One old-fashioned, citizen rises to re
mark that it is not necessary for dead
men to toll tales the live ones are
batting a good average. Hot Springs
Vltamlnes In Vegetables.
Green vegetables and certain fats
are tlisrch!ief- oontklnerS;f Vltlfitfui'bs -
in our ordinary diet. Thpyf are also
very prevalent lh lrmo -Julta: 'That -is
why lime Juice is always. Issued to
sailors or Beatd'ship T fii . .'
Objection to Smoke Is Old.
In the seventeenth century, during
England's first smoke agitation, ft was
recommended that all factories be
moved from the city vto a distance of
eight miles to remov thenulsance.
Overheard while comln out ot the
movies "That was.s woiulirfully real-
'Btlc rainstorm. Wiry, the ene hadn't
been running ten seconds before my
corns began to ache."-
Porcelain In Europe.
It was not uutil 1708 that a German
. ; , , .
cMpilKfT TTiilri irnr. wrtrkhie for Hit)'
r - :t - - - " " -
Ingredients of porcelain; 'and lh 1710"
tory at' Melss'en was fouhQea.
Point for Picnickers.
The sting of a be,e, according 'to a
scientific Journal, is only fino-ttflrtj
second of an Inch long. Your Imagi
nation does the rest. Boston Tran
6url Affects Only White Races.
or 0llly lne wh)te raccg tn pliljter
- . . , . ,. ,
Clear Baby's Skin
Soapi and Talcuni
flop.Olntmnl.Tii!tm,S WTwhrri Fntiimr-lw
JJrM CtictrtUb.UrU.Dn))t,I, ldt Him
la needed in every department ol bouse,
keeping). Equally ool for towels, table
linen, sheets and pillow cases. Cwrrt
. y n . , j.
Are 100 lSedf
II ttie blsfeat, most perfertly equlpu-.
Hiiiln Trulnln- pVhool in the North'
w-Nt Kit rourarlf for a hlih-r noaltion
" mora o;nav. FsrnsVnaat niirf
aasitrad our Graduate. ' - .
writ for e.ta.los; rourU and Thl.
- 1 Pf N, u, n0. 12, 1922
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