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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (June 22, 1922)
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FOR YOUR PRODUCE
Complete Change Sun. and Thura.
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Saturday, Sunday, Holidays, Continuous
will make Silos, Granaries, Basements, etc., Water
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Medusa Waterproofed White Portland Cement 11
the beet for Stucco Plaster on outside for bunga
lows Does not stain and dirt can be hosed off.
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A. McMILLAN A CO., 120 Union Ave. N, Portland
HEMSTITCHING AND PLEATING.
Buttonholing Buttons Plaiting Tucking and Chainstttchlnf
All Mail Orders given careful and prompt attention
ELITE SHOP. 128j Tenth near Washington.
BAB'S RESTAURANT (fitt
A good place to Eat and Live Wall.
40c luncheon at Boon.
Open 7 a. m. to t a. m 32f Stork St
PORTLAND HIDE & WOOL CO.
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Grand Avenue at Yamhill
Dyeing & Cleaning
By Parcel Post. Return Postage Paid. Write for
Circulars and Prices.
"At Your Beck and Call"
Expert advice on any
income tax problems.
Several years' actual
experience in Govern-
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your dealer. If
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Clarke Woodward Drug Co.,
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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. Wrile for
MYERS BLACKWKLL COMPANY
4C2 Hawthorne Ave.. PORTLAND. ORE
BEST RESULTS-LOWEST PRICES.
TVvelnnimr roll films. 10 cts: nacks, 20 cts. Prints,
all sizes. Velvet 4c. Brilliant Gloss 6c. Roberts
Photo Shop, 716 Selling Bldg., Portland. Ore.
Fire Proof and Modern
NEW HOUSTON HOTEL
A. E. Holcombe, Manager
Weekly (tutes to Permanent Guests
Sixth and Kverett Streets, Three Blocks
from New Postoffice, Four Blocks from
Union Depot, PortlancLOre.
USED TRUCK BARGAINS
1 to 5 ton GMC, Republics, Whites, etc.
Send for our List.
WENTWORTH & IRWIN, Inc.,
Oregon Distributors for GMC Trucks
200 Second St., Cor. Taylor Portland, Oi
Located Sixth and Hoyt
Strictly Fireproof and Modern. Near
both depots and convenient car service
to all parts of city.
We can show you how to turn your patentable
ideas into cash. Oregon Licensed Mechanical
Engineer. Til O.MAS BILYUU, UU Btevant
Building, Portland. Ore.
Cut. Beam, hem and machine pleat skirts ready
for band. 11.15. Old skirts machine repleateu.
$1.00. Hemstitching, Etc.
EASTERN NOVELTY MFG. CO.
86V4 Fifth St. Portland. Ore
BRAZING. WELDING S. 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
ENKK'S CITY DYE WORKS
Established 1890 Portland
CUT FLOWERS & FLORAL DESIGNS
Clarke Bros., Florists, 287 Morrison SL
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE WORKS
Commercial Iron Works, 7th & Madison
Rales $1.00 mi If. 128 N. 64 St. rsnland, Ore
Very Centrally Located. Convenient to all
Depota, and one block from main Postoffice
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Iron or Woodworking juaenmery, A.uiin,
sawmill Contractors' Eauinmert. Loco
motives' Boilers, Engines, Crushers, Rail,
Cauie. Belting, etc. Burke Machinery Co.,
628 Railway Exchange Bldg., Portland, or.
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monuments E. 3d and Pine Sts.
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We help the appearance of women
Twenty-two inch switch or transform
tlon, value J7.60, price 12.45.
400 to 412 Dekum Bldg.
SHOE REPAIRING IN PORTLAND
Model Shoe Repair, 272 Washington St.
Davis Bros.. American Shoemakers,
108 4th St.
By JOHN BLAKE
CANNOT HOARD TIME
N A certain time you can make a
certain amount of money. You can
put the money away for years later,
but you can't put the time away.
Money, called by the economists
frozen labor, might also be called
But time Is more than money. It can
be turned Into many things that can be
stored away education, cultivated
taste, pleasant and profitable memo
ries. But time Itself you cannot
hoard. You must use It as It passes,
or It Is gone forever.
Time spent In recreation Is not
wasted, unless you spend more than a
due allowance for recreation.
But time spent In absolute Idleness,
or In activities that nre worse than
Idle, is sheer criminal waste.
If you could go hack over your life
and gather back the hours that have
never been Improved, you would still
have enough time to do great things.
But those hours are gone.
You can only, as Shakespeare says,
"regret your dear time's waste" and re
solve to waste less of It In the future.
Many men whose time had never
been turned to account until they were
past forty have still had enough left to
accomplish great things In the world.
But these are the most sincere
mourners for the years that might
have been utilized.
If you will begin today to bear In
mind that time cannot be hoarded, and
If every hour of It Is converted in
to something that can be hoarded, you
may lay the foundation for a furtune.
You will certainly lay the foundation
for happiness by and by.
Count your hours, and allot each one
to some task or to some profitable
recreation. See that none of them slip
by. They are as water through a mill,
which If sent over the wheel creates
valuable energy, but which spilled over
the dam Is gone forever.
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VETERINARIAN Cattle a Specialty
Dr. Cha3. M. Anderson, Kenton, Portland.
Wedding Bouquets and Funeral Pieces
Lubllner Florists, 348 Morrison St.
HAVE NEW MARK OF IDENTITY
Breakfast Coats Have Begun to Dis
pense With Ruchings; Lace and
Chiffon Taking Place.
Breakfast coats have begnn to dis
pense witli ruchings, which hnve long
been an Inseparable part of this bou
doir garment! at least 'tis so among
the more exclusive mode. Instend, lit
tle ruffles of Isce or chiffon, or nar
row flat lace insertions are giving
these long popular breakfast coats a
new cbafaCterlMltton. More frilly Huf
fy nre these essentially feminine gar
ments, which Is as it should be In the
realm of negligees.
The more tailored boudoir garments,
however, have a large and devoted fol
lowing and these are being trimmed
with self-material in narrow fold, ap
pliqued in scrolls, rosettes and lattice
WheD warm weuther comes, the
breakfast coat In the sheer cotton ma
terials will give summer comfort.
Fancy dimity weaves and printed
voiles and all the other soft summer
materials make charming negligees.
These are finished with colored organ
die fold trimmings, or raveled-out silk
ruches or simple pipings and, of course,
lace and sheer cottons are always Inseparable.
Amusing little lingerie frocks of
printed voile have been Imported, and
they are not only decidedly smart, but
are also very low In price. The voile
has a white ground and the figures are
in, red, blue and dull yellow, little fu
turist flowers that Ipob quite wide
awake. The sleeves and the hem are
bound in a narrow piping of red organ
die and a red organdie belt with red
rosettes gives just the proper color
"A fig tree looking on a fig tree becom
eth fruitful," says the Arabian proverb.
And so It Is with children; their first In
structor Is example.
EVERYDAY GOOD THINGS
NOW Is the time to go forth and
pluck the early watercress, the
wholesome dandelion, the dock and
poke, the new shoots of milkweed and
marsh marigold or cowslips, all giving
the needed zest to the food of spring.
Fresh Dandelion Salad.
Those who appreciate the value of
the tender bleached heart of dandelion
like It with a bit of salt without any
dressing. For a salad the bleached
leaves are best, but the tender green
shoots, cut and mixed with a small
green onion and served with French
dressing is a salad not to he despised.
Cut the dandelion close to the root,
with all the tender green buds. Wash
carefully and slice the root from the
base, buds and tender leaves for an
inch above the root. These use for a
fresh salad ; the rest of the leaves may
be cooked for greens. Another addi
tion to this salad Is a thinly sliced to
mato, which adds a bit of acid and
softens the bitter of the dandelion.
Using mayonnaise on the fresh green
dandelion Is another appetizing method
of serving it.
Cooked Dandelion Salad.
Cook the greens until tender, which
will take two hours or more unless the
greens are very young, then serve with
the following salad dressing: Rub a
small bowl with a cut clove of garlic,
add one-half of a teaspoonful of salt, a
few dashes of paprika, two tablespoon
fuls of orange juice and four to five
tablespoonfuls of olive oil. Whip this
dressing until It is creamy, then serve
on the cooked dandelions.
For spring some dulnty cotton crspe
negligees nre being shown, and the
low waistline so much featured in
outer apparel enters the negliges
FACTS WORTH KNOWING
Whales have a thick lo.ver of fat
beneath the skin t keep them warm.
Spain's failure to recognize the Sul
tan made all the trouble In Morocco,
declares n French officer.
A Mexican woman, In order to lay
claim to beauty, must possess a low,
The first separate school for col
ored children In Massachusetts was
established In 1798.
Written pleadings used In Egyrtian
courts were greatly similar to our
Henry Wndswnrtb Longfellow en
tered Bowdoln college at the r.ge of
King Albert has confirmed the ap
pointment of Belgium's first woman
burgomaster, Mile. Kelgnaerts, who
has been chosen to the office in a lit
tle village near l'pres.
Pigweed or Lambs' Quarter.
This is a good wholesome green and
common enough to be generally well
known as a weed, but not well known
as a good food. Pull It up by the roots
and strip off the green leaves, as the
stalk Is generally too tough to serve.
Cook with pork or corned beef and
Purslane Is another good green,
which grows In profusion. Pick the
leaves and stalks, shake well and
wash, then cook as any other greens.
Horseradish, pieplant and dandelion
cooked together make a good flavored
combination. Yellow dock when young
and tender is good.
Cowslips are delicious when well
cooked and seasoned. They nre easy
to clean and do not shrink as do the
dandelions when cooking. A half peck
of tender dandelion greens will shrink
when cooked to a small vegetable dish
ful. Mustard Is grown for a green and
makes a most tasty dish. The wild
mustard Is good, but the leaves are
much smaller than those of the plant
called Chinese mustard. A few leaves
of the mustard cut In bits and added to
the dish of lettuce Improves it.
Watercress at this season Is In !t
prime, fresh and green. It grows along
the banks of brooks. One should ose
care In picking It where there Is no
fear of sewage contamination.
Coprrlfht, lilt Western Ntwsoaixr Ulloo.
Redmond. The new Redmond auto
mobile camp grounds, which were
opened to the public the first of the
month, are attracting a great deal
of attention and favorable comment
among tourists. ,
Grants Pass. Commercial fishing
in Rogue river Is Improving steadily
as further drops in the water are
noted. Saturday the fishermen brought
in 2600 pounds, the price now stand
ing at 14 cents. About eight boats are
Pendleton. A wave of petty larceny
at the municipal natatorium here Is
responsible for the decision of the
city council to hire an additional care
taker and place a large set of lock
ers in the dressing rooms so that pa
trons of the big open-air tank may
Hood River. Stranahan & Slavens,
local contractors, were awarded the
contract for construction of the junior
high school building here. The struc
ture will cost about $10,000. The new
building will occupy the site of the
old junior high school, destroyed by
fire on September of last year.
Dufur. A resolution opposing the
repeal of the educational millage bill
and denouncing the action of the dele
gates who voted for such repeal at
the state grange convention recently
was adopted by unanimous vote of
50 members of the Wasco County Po
mona grange at its June meeting here
Corvallis. More than 500 Oregon
farmers have come to Corvallis within
the last week to Inspect the investi
gations and findings of the expert
ment station. They studied the most
popular crops and latest methods of
station specialists, and took many
notes to guide them in making applica
tion to their own farm practice.
Albany. A big pile of driftwood un
der the north end of the Albany bridge
across the Willamette, which has be
come a dangerous fire menace, is be
ing removed. Once last summer and
twice already this year fire started in
this driftwood and the blazes proved
hard to fight. In two of the fires the
bridge caught and was damaged con
siderably. Marshfield. A wage increase is said
to be pending in the various saw
mills of Coos bay. Managers are re
ticent about the exactness of the re
port, but say there is such a move
ment under consideration. Several
versions are given, one of a straight
increase of 10 per cent and another
of a general adjustment, but not such
a large increase.
St. Helens. The annual community
day and stock exhibit day of the Lank-
ton community was held at Yankton
Saturday. H. A. Llndgren, professor
of animal husbandry at Oregon Agri
cultural college, judged the exhibits.
A picnic lunch was served by the wo
men of the community and a program
was given under the direction of Coun
ty Agent Holibaugh.
Salem. A proposed bill, introduced
by the Law Enforcement club of Port
land, of which Charles P. Church is
president, which provides that money
In banks and other similar Institutions
shall be considered the personal prop
erty of depositors and may not be
deducted from the assessed value of
the assets of the bank, was filed with
Secretary of State Kozer Saturday.
Pendleton. Ninety-four per cent
certified, the first petition filed with
the clerk of Umatilla county Initiating
the exposition tax measure propos
ing state indorsement of action of
the voters of the city of Portland if
they authorize a tax of $3,000,000 for
the staging of the 1925 exposition was
filed Saturday by W. W. Harrah, mem
ber of the managing committee 'of the
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Each Man's Rights Limited.
Every man must work out his own
salvation, but in doing bo must recog
nize that millions of other men are do
ing the same thing and have rights as
well as he. Therefore, what he does
must not unnecessarily interfere with
what they are doing.
Pollen Carried Far.
Wind-blown pollen (sulphur rain)
Is known to be carried far. The Swed
ish experiment station reports a quite
extensive rain of tree pollen on two
fire ships, twenty and thirty-seven
miles from shore, and the pollen of
algae is known to have been carried
even as far as 200 miles.
Progress in human history has been
traced by the destruction of barriers.
While science has found a way to span
the seas and bridge the continents,
philosophy has made planes of thought
on which men of every race may meet
together in harmony of faith and pur
poseWalter S. Young.
Took Lydia LPinkham's Veg
etable Compound and
is Now Well
One to Spare.
An old lady saw two boys fighting
in the street. She went up to the
bigger of the two, and cried: "You
wicked boy, you will kill him." "I
don't care," answered the boy "I've
got another at home."
, Salem. Ten thousand dollars will
be raised by subscription among mem
bers of the Illahee Country club, lo
cated near Salem, and improvements
will be made at the clubhouse and
grounds, according to officers of the
club. The committee from the club,
which has a membership of 153, Is
composed of John J. Roberts, F. W.
Steusloff, William Brown, D. J. Fry
and Homer H. Smith.
Salem. Attorney-General Van
Winkle Saturday completed the ballot
title for the anti-alien land ownership
bill initiated by the American legion
of Oregon. It was filed with the sec
retary of state. The purpose of the
bill, as set forth by the attorney-general,
is "to prohibit aliens not eligible
to citizenship under the United States
laws to acquire, possess, enjoy, trans
mit or Inherit real property or In
terest therein In Oregon, except aB
prescribed by any United States treaty
Thanks to modern development in
art, one can now tell the homeliest girl
she is as "pretty as a picture" with
What She Wanted.
Last Saturday we were eating lunch
and Madeline had just finished eating
a ham sandwich. In asking for an
other she turned to her mother and
said: "Mamma, I want somo more
meat, but don't wrap it up." Chicago
Inbreeding of Species.
In an experiment with 000 white
rats belonging to the sixteenth to the
twenty-fifth generations of brothers
and sisters from the same litter, it
was found, says Science, that close in
breeding produced no deterioration.
Phinnm, TUinnin -"Vnn mirplv crave
women one good medicine when you put
pound on the mar
ket. After I had my
baby I was all run
down and so nervous
it kept me from gain
incr Mv doctor did
everything he could
to build me up, then
he ordered me to tuko
Lvdia E. Pinkham s
nonnd with his med
icine and I am now a new woman.!
have had three children and they are all
Lydia E. Pinkham babies. I have rec
ommended your medicine to several
friends and they speak highly of it. You
are certainly doing good work in this
world. ' ' - Mrs. ADRITH ToMSHECK, 10657
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There is nothing very strange about
the doctor directing Mrs. Tomsheck to
take Lydia E. Pmkham's Vegetable
Compound. There are many physicians
who do recommend it and highly appreci
ate its value.
Women who are nervous, run down,
and suffering from women's ailments
should give this well-known -root and
herb medicine a trial. Mrs. Tomsheck s
experience should guide you towards
Old Woodwork Made New.
A wood dye is a good finish for old
woodwork. If the old finish Is un
satisfactory and you do not wish to
remove it a wood dye may be put over
It. There are a number of different
shades made. A final finish of an en
amel makes the wood look as good M
"This air is very familiar," said the
musician as a gust of wind whisked
his hat off. Boston Transcript.
A thing of beauty is a joy forever;
its loveliness increases; It will never
pass Into nothingness. Keats.
On How to Make a Succohh of the Ileal Estate
Buiines. Particulars, Macdonalil Cooperative
Realty Company, San Dieo, California,
la the finest product of Its kind it. the
world. Every woman who haa used
It knows this statement to be true.
Would the Lighthouse Keep'er?
A lady advertised for a servant to
do light house work. She received a
letter from a girl who said she would
like the position, for she thought the
sea air would do her good, but she
wanted to know where the light
house was situated 11. S. Johnson, in
Detroit Free Press.
Britain's Balmy Climate.
London Daily Mirror Her hair Is
always exquisitely dressed and her
shoes in perfect shape. No more In
the way of dress is required of any
No Happiness in Idleness.
There Is a working class strong
and happy among botli rich and poor;
there is an idle class weuk, wicked,
miserable among both rich and poor.
Are Yon Satisfied?
In the biggest, most perfectly equipped
Business Training School In the North
went Fit yourself for a higher position
with more money. Permanent position!
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No. 25, 1922