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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (June 1, 1922)
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HEMSTITCHING AND PLEATING.
Buttonholing Buttons Plaitlngr Tucking and Chalnstttching
All Mall Orders given careful and prompt attention
ELITE SHOP, 128j Tenth near Washington.
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115 UNION IVENUI NORTH. PORTIAND. DUIOOS.
Write for Prices and Shipping Tags ,
Grand Avenue at Yamhill
Dyeing & Cleaning
By Parcel Port. Return Postage Paid. Write for
Circulars and Prices.
"At Your Beck and Call"
LAYTCN COOPERAGE CO.
Manufacturer! of and
New and Second-hand
RUBBEP STAMPS and MARKING
advice on any
Several years1 actual
experience in Govern
HDnDI rilOment Bureaus is offered
rnUDLtlliOthose unable to visit our
office. State your troubles briefly and
send In with SI and we will giw you hon
est to goodness advice. It will pay you to
get In touch with ua now. E. J. Curtln,
Room 806 Lewis Bids., Portland, Oregon.
Fire Proof and Modern
PARK AND MORRISON STS.
Depot Morrison Cars direct to Hotel. Popular
Prices. Center Shopping and Theater district.
FRANK A. CLARK, Prop.,
formerly with Clyde Hotel.
The Sets Complete or Parts.
Write for prices.
MYERS BLACKWELL CO
462 Hawthorne Ave., PORTLAND, ORE
SHIP US YOUR WOOL
Wool cleaning and carding. Wool bats
and mattresses mode to order. We do
custom carding. Write for prices.
Crystal Springs Woolen Mills
Established in 1905.
Main Office and Factory,
760 Umatilla Ave.,. Portland.
We can show you how to turn your patentable
Ideas into cash. Oregon Licensed Mechanical
Engineer. THOMAS BILYEU, 2U2 Stevens
Building, Portland, Ore.
BEST RESULTS-LOWEST PRICES.
TWalnnino- roll films. 10 cts: packs. 241 cts. Prints,
all siies. Velvet 4c. Brilliant Gloss 6c. Roberts
Photo Shop, 716 Selling Bldjf.. Portland, Ore. .
USED TRUCK BARGAINS
1 to 5 ton GMC, Republics, Whites, etc
WENTWORTH & IRWIN, Inc.,
Oregon Distributors for GMC Trucks
200 Second St., Cor. Taylor Portland, Oi
Relet 51.00 i IB. 128 H. 6 SL rsnlrnt Ore
Very Centrally Located. Convenient te all
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ing and all other rectal
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permanently cured with
out a surgical operation.
My method of treatment
Baves the tissue instead of
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There Is no confinement
to hed. no interference
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Call or write for booklet Mention this
paper when writing.
DR. C. J. DEAN
Second and Morrison Sts., Portland, Ore.
1 COMPANY I 'M
fVTM 4 OAK TRUTa roNTIN. 0MAN
PUNISH THE GRAFTERS 5,000 B. C
Museum Curator Declares Crooked Of
ciali In Mesopotamia Were
Thrown Into River.
Philadelphia. The systems of city
government during the Sumerlan civi
lization In Mesopotamia 5,000 years
ago were probably not much different
from the present, end better, If any
thing, declared Dr. Leon Legraln, cur
ator of the University ot Pennsylvania
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the best for Stucco Plaster on outside for Bunga
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Receiving Sets, complete with phones and wire, $50.00.
Average Range 400 miles of broadcasting. Simple to
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A. F. Brodt Co,, 245 Grand Ave., Portland, Ore.
A ffood place to Eat and Live WelL
Remarkable 40e luncheon at noon.
Open 7 a, m, to 2 a, m Stark St.
VWs xtlDria, rfc.LTS, WOOL,
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SAVE YOUR ROOF
To Introduce Portland's Pride Water
roof Paint we will furnish the first three
arrels ordered from your community at a
discount of 40. Regular price J1.25 per
gallon. Introductory price 75 cents. Put
up in 30, 60 and 65 gallon barrels.
PORTLAND'S PRIDE PAINT CO.,
871 Kelly Street Portland, Oregon
Fire Proof and Modern
NEW HOUSTON HOTEL
A. E. Holcombe, Manager
Weekly Rates to Permanent Guests
Sixth and Everett Streets, Three Blocks
from New Postoffice, Four Blocks from
Union Depot, Portland, Ore.
fruit trees nudittri from bfsrlnr arch
a4K ',ards. Apple, Pear, Cherry, Peach, Plunk,
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WASHINGTON NURSERY CQ
Toppenlsh, Washington. .
Salesmen everywhere. More wanted.
Cut. Beam, hem and pleat, skirts ready for band,
(1.16. Old skirts repleated, $1.00. Hemstitching,
Etc, EASTERN NOVELTY MFG. CO.
86V4 Fifth St. Portland. Ore
Farm Implements New and second
hand, special prices. P. E. Esbenahade,
360-366 E.Morrison St East 91.
BRAZING. WELDING 4 CUTTING
Northwest Welding; & Supply Co. 88 1st St
CLEANING AND DYEING
xniaat. For reliable Cleaning and
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aWH we Pay return postage.
Ilf"5a Information and prices given
WUMraar upon request.
mS TCNKE'S CITY DYE WORKS
Established 1890 Portland
CUT FLOWERS & FLORAL DESIGNS
Clarke Bros., Florists, 287 Morrison St
i'oTfNDRY AND MACHINE WORKS
Commercial Iron works, Jth & Madison.
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Ask for latest methods used to pre
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169 Front St. Portland, Ore.
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MONUMENTS E. 3d and Pine Stt.
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PIPE "REPAl RING
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lursery uo., 1490 union Ave., t-ortiana,
We help the appearance of women.
Twenty-two inch Bwitch or transformav-
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400 to 412 Dekum Bldg.
SHOE REPAIRING IN PORTLAND
Model Shoe Repair, 272 Washington St
108 4th St.
VETERINARIAN Cattle a Specialty
Dr. Chas. M. Anderson, Kenton. Portland.
Wedding Bouquets and Funeral Piece
Lubliner Florists, 348 Morrison St.
Charcoal Eph's Philosophy.
"I ain't got no use fo' a whining
man," said Charcoal Eph, in a rumina
tive mood. "De Lawd made man fo
fight an' cuss, an' woman fo' weepin'
an' lamentin'. Eat a prune, Mistah
Jackson." Richmond Times-Dispatch,
"A bachelor is but half a man and
doesn't know it," remarks an exchange,
"A married man is reminded ot
often." Boston Transcript.
Tennis Known as Bandy.
The game now known as tennis was
formerly called bandy. Hence the
phrase to bandy words, or blows.
museum. "Cheating contractors and
crooked officials were tried briefly and
thrown Into the river." he added.
An elaborate banking system with
reserve bank comparable to our own
today, a postal system with a parcel
post branch, and circulating libraries
which distributed books In the form oi
clay tablets were features of that day,
Doctor Legraln declared.
Frocks for the
It Is hardly a slip from spring things
Into summer things. And the French
couturiers have a way of slipping
both of the seasons at once upon our
bewildered senses, observes a fashion
writer in the New York Times. Of
course, there are many of their de
signs which can be applied to either
season, but when we begin to separate
the summer things those for early
summer most particularly we And
fascinating models worthy of our most
The French cleave always to simple
designs. Nothing else has the least In
terest for the Parisian dressmaker. So
that, naturally, we expect to find more
or less plainness of design among their
summer dresses; which type of frock
lends itself most conspicuously to the
unpretentious methods of treatment
But the way they have of varying
simplicity Is a matter of constant as
tonishment even to expectant on
lookers. They will conceive a new
way of handling gingham which Is so
ultra plain that the only remark we can
think of to make is, "Why didn't I think
of that first?" But thut is the whole
point. It takes the French to think of
It first. That Is the way their originality
makes Itself felt.
In the shops all sorts of' new ging
hams and organdies and cottons of
varying sorts are making their ap
pearance and these, mixed with the silk
dresses and coats which will be such
conspicuous portions of the summer
wardrobes, are succeeding in making
the dressmaking salons look like so
many bright garden spots.
It seems as though there Is far more
leaning toward the wearing of real
summer clothes than there has been for
some years. The fact Is that they are
made in so tailored a manner that they
can be worn either In the country or In
town, and for the hot days they are
very much In demand by all women, no
matter where they reside.
Fashioned From Two Materials.
So many of the warm weather
frocks, whether they are made of silk
or of cotton, are fashioned from two
materials. That is, they will have
either their upper half or their lower
half made of one sort of fabric and
the other portion made of some con
trasting weave and color. These are
among the most attractive of the new
Then there is one very new and
popular dress that is made of either
twill or silk, with the skirt and coat
of matching material. Then the bodice
section, which is made on extremely
long-walsted lines, has a row of large
buttons ranged round Its lower edge
and to these the skirt buttons with big
buttonholes. Between the buttonholes
there are loose portions of the skirt
allowed to bulge out and supply the
necessary fullness to the skirt. Some
times these bodices are made of a
One Interesting Way to Make'
Gingham Summer Frock.
fine quality of white pique which is
stiff enough to form the necessary
body to which the skirt Is attached.
Others of them have pongee used for
the waist purpose, and either the one
or the other of these materials looks
very well indeed.
Taffeta is one of the materials which
Is used for summer dresses this sea
son. They are not only the evening
frocks, but also those, In plainer de
signs, for afternoon, and even for
street wear. Of course, the darker
colors of, this silk are chosen for the
two latter uses, and they are then
made up most simply, but the crlsp
ness of the silk and the charm of the
designs of the new frocks make them
positively irresistible. Crepe dresses,
of course, still hold good In a perfectly
remarkable degree, but there are many
places and oecasluns where the taffeta
ones will be the very best things to be
found. One always looks fresh and
snappy In a frock of stiff taffeta, and
If one has the figuro to stand the
puffiness of the designs of these
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dresses, then one can hardly keep from
having at least one of them.
Short and Tight Sleeves.
The French designers are still or
again using short and tight sleeves
for their summer frocks. They seem
to know that there Is no other portion
of a gown that looks so cool as the
one that clasps tightly about the arm
and allows those long, white, bare
arms to show and to be really cool.
So, if you are at all Inclined to want
to wear short, little, close-fitting
sleeves, why, then, you are privileged
Summer Suit In Blue
Whits Striped Linen.
to go as fur as you like and to design
your own dresses according to your
own tastes. You have the sanction of
the Ifrench couturier behind you.
An excellent type of gingham dress
was made from a red and white llodler
fabric In a soft, thin woolen material,
but It Is peculiarly well adapted to the
use of gingham or chintz or ratine or
any of those heavier cotton materials,
The little Brnmlelgh collar Is some
what In this design, changed so that it
hugs more closely about the throat and
then the little edging of linen, from
which material the collar and cuffs are
made, Is carried in a strip down the
entire length of the skirt. There was a
black ribbon bow under the chin, and
the girl wore a drooping black straw
hat with red dahlias massed about the
base of the crown.
The waistline of this plain little
frock Is placed at an entirely normal
angle and the belt which holds It in
place there is made of white kid to
repeat tho other white touches on the
frock. The bodice is but slightly
bloused and the sleeves are gathered.
a trifle at the place where they meet
the flaring and turned-back cuffs.
The summer suit or the suit for
early spring Is a portion of women's
attire which must be considered all by
Itself. It Is something which Is so
necessary, but If It Is too thick or even
too thin, why then it fails entirely to
serve the very purpose for which it
was meant. It must be weighty enough
to serve for the cooler days and thin
enough to make It possible for wear
on days which become pretty well
heated, and before it is time to change
to the real thin summer frocks.
Will Use Heavier Silks.
Tills season many of these suits will
be made of the heavier silks. Some of
them will be made of the cotton ra
tines. Others of them, of course, will
be made from the lighter weight serges
and varieties of cashmere which are
now upon the market. But as for the
designs of the suits they will vie with
the dresses for utter simplicity. Some
of the coats are boxed. Some of them
are made on cape lines without any
linings und some of them are little
short-belted jackets with rather full
peplums that flare out above the hips,
There will be linen suits, of course,
aud some made of those cotton ma
terlals which are a combination of
cotton and linen and which do not
muss with nearly so much case us
those which are made from pure linen,
There is one of the belted suits
made of white nen which shows
very faint dark blue stripe. There
is a crossed waistcoat of printed linen
or blocked linen, as they call It, and
this shows both the blue and white
with sprinklings of vivid orange In
the design. The coat is an excellent
illustration of those little ones thut
are belted low about the hips, and
the skirt Is mnde with Just a little ex
tra fullness at the side, where it is
made to close under two or three
flatly pressed plaits.
There are other suits made of ratine
which show the whole bodice con
structed of a piece of brightly toned
chintz in the gayest of patterns. Of
course this brilliant piece of pattern
only shows as the coat falls apart at
front, but there it does full Justice to
Itself In creating, really, the whole
decoration of the suit. This Is a cos
tume suit in its best sense, and one
that will be able to serve more than
one ouroose through, the hot jinunor
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On the birthday of King George III
of England, in the year 1764, Mr, Ar
nold, a London watchmaker, presented
the king with a repeating watch he
had made for him. The king and the
royal family were filled with delight
and admiration for this wonderful
piece of work, as this repeating watch
was less than a silver dime In diam
eter, and contained 120 parts. It
weighed five pennyweights, seven and
The successful ,way for the city
dweller to water plants is to put them
In the bath tub and pour a quantity
of water over them. They should be
well soaked, especially the under sur
face ot the leaves, for It is there that
the insects are found.
The Rosary. ,
The word "rosary" Is derived from
the Latin "rosarium," which was orig
inally a garland of roses and used to
crown the Image of the Virgin Mary.
As a rosary in Its present use it was
instituted in honor of the Virgin by
"The Sage of Monticello" was
Thomas Jefferson; "Light Horse Har
ry," Gen. Henry Lee; "Old Rough and
Ready," Gen. Zachary Taylor; "Mad
Anthony," Gen. Anthony Wayne; "Old
Hickory," Andrew Jackson; "Old Man
Eloquent," John Quincy Adams,
Country's Heaviest Timber Growth.
The forest service says that the
heaviest growth of timber in the Uni
ted States is on the Olympic peninsula
in the state of Washington. This area
has been glaciated at several periods.
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Whipping Ended Romance.
. This little episode in my life oc
curred when I was but six years of
age. A neighbor's boy, Jack, and I
loved each other. All was settled be
tween" us that we should get married
and start housekeeping in our coal
house, which was not used during the
summer. We had to furnish our house
first. All went on well until our
parents began missing things dishes,
etc. A whipping apiece and our ro
mance ended. Chicago Journal.
Scientists say that this old world of
ours hasn't varied more than a second
or two since recorded in making its
annual trip around the sun. Consid
ering the trouble and turmoil it has
carried along, the record is remark
able. There Was a Reason.
Jimmy was visiting his aunt, who
was a good cook, and he enjoyed every
meal. One day after an unusually
good dinner he glanced at his three
cousins, who were fat and rosy, and
said: "I know now why you got such
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No. 22, 1922