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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 25, 1923)
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Send no money. We ship by Express 0. O. D.
$18.00 Ford, Chevrolet 490, etc
(22.50 Hudson, Oldsmobile, etc.
25.00 Dodge, Franklin, etc.
GOULD BATTERY & SERVICE CO.
State Distributors of Gould Batteries
Corner 10th and Flanders Sts.
Light Veal, Large Veal, Dressed Steers,
Dressed Cows, Dressed Heifers,. Yearling
Beef, Light Block Hogs, Heavy Hogs,
Dressed Mutton, Dressed Lambs, Live
Heavy Hens, Dressed Heavy Hens, Live
Light Hens, Dressed Medium Hens, Live
Medium Hens, pressed Light Hens, Live
Ttirkeys, Dressed Turkeys, Live Geese,
Dressed Geese Live Ducks, Dressed
Ducks, Eggs, Butter, Potatoes, Honey,
January 19, 1923
Immediate Returns Free Refrigeration
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. New Location
107 Front Street Portland, Oregon
Ship any hour, any day. Open all day
Saturday; 10 to 12 on Sunday,
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ination free. 207 Dekura bids:., Portland, Ore
Ram $1.00 ni ip. 128 N. 6 Sl Ptrilus, On
Very Centrally Located. Convenient to all
Depots, and one block from main Postomce
Protect that Idea with a United
States Patent. Others have made fortunes
out of Patents. Why not you? Thomas
Bllyeu, 202 Stevens Bldg., Portland, Ore.
If your RADIATOR heats or
leaks, send it to lit.
Armstrong Auto Radiator Co.,
17 Borniide street, Portland, Oregon
SEND today for this
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about my guaranteed
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R.CHAS. J. DEAN
IND AND MOmtMON PORTLAND. 0RE6O
MENTION THIS PAPER WHfN WRITING
Experiments Have Been Made to
Show the Time Taken for Vari
ous Scents to Travel.
The rapid propagation of smells no
' tlced In the open air appears due en
tirely to currents, since In small tubes,
wheie currents do not exist, the rate
Is found to be very small. Experi
ments along this line were first under
taken in England and additional data
have been reported In this country. ,
With ammonia 'liffuslng through a
tube a meter and a half long, more
than two hours elapsed before the
smell could be detected at the other
end of the tube. Using different
lengths of tubing, It was found that
the time required for the' diffusion of
the smell was roughly proportioned
to the square of the length.
. Ammonia and hydrogen sulphide
were used for these experiments.
The presence of nmmonia could be
detected chemically at a point In a
tube after about the same time an
when the sense of smell was used
LAMPS TO COMMEMORATE DEAD
Raiatea Islanders In South Seas Have
Curious Custom of Honor
- Papeete, Tahiti. A curious custom
exists among the natives of the Island
of Raiatea (the chief Island of the
Leeward group of the Society Islands)
to preserve the memory or deceased
relatives. In the large church at
Uturoa, the principal settlement on
OFFERS A MARKET
FOR YOUR PRODUCE
You Witt Feel
Rif hi at Home Hera
Complete Change Saturday. Adults, Matinee, 20c:
Evenings, 39c. Continuous 1 to 11 p. m. Children
10 cents all times.
will make Silos, Granaries, Basements, etc.. Water
proof, Rotproof, Ratproof and Fireproof.
Medusa Waterproofed White Portland Cement Is
the best for Stucco Plaster on outside for Bunga
lows Does not stain and dirt can be hosed off.
Writ, for Literature. Sold by A. McMlLLAN & CO.,
340-350 East Ankeny Street, Corner Second. Portland.
Eat and Live Wall
luncheon at noon.
i a. m., 864 Yamhill St
VVl H1DE3, FELTS, WOOL,
Address Department B
The Phonograph Known for Tone
Agents wanted. Order direct from factory, 330 East
Morrison St., Portland, Oregon.
STRADIVARA PHONOGRAPH CO.
Write us for prices and market conditions on
Veal Bogs, Poultry, Fruits, Potatoes, Onions, etc.
Forty Years in ths Same Location.
and Phonographs sold on Installment
Mccormick music co.
Washington Street, Portland, Oregon
Cut. seam, hem and machine
pleat skirta ready for band.
Hemstitching, 6 cents per yard,
EASTERN NOVELTY MFG. CO.
Mtt Fifth St. Portland. Ore
Learn beauty culture, Join class: eve
nlng school; we know how. School II
years oia. Full course 140. Phone JJdwy.
6802. 400 Dekum bldg.
BRAZING, WELDING A CUTTING
Northwest Welding & Supply Co. it 1st 8t
CLEANING AND DYEING
For reliable Cleaning and
jfaTuNa. Dyeing service send parcels to
ff rnBAf H u8, We pay return postage.
Sk'!JS Information and prices give
wjunvw upon request.
Xjr ENKK'S CITY DYE WORKS
Established 1890 Portland
CUT FLOWERS oV FLORAL DESIGNS
Clarke Broi, Florists, 287 Morrison 8L
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE WORKS
Commercial Iron Works, 7th & Madison.
Featherweight Arch Supports made to
order. J, E. Tryzelaar, 018 Plttock Block,
HOLER BARBER COLLEGE
Teaches trade in 8 weeks. Some pay while learn
ing. Positions secured. Write for catalogue.
234 Burnside street, Portland, Ore.
MONUMENTS E. 3d and Pine Sts.
Otto Schumann Granite & Marble Works.
Marry if Lonely; most successful "Home
Maker"; hundreds rich; confidential;
reliable; years experience; descriptions
free. "The Successful Club," Mrs. Nash,
box odd, uaKiano, uaniornia.
SHIP US YOUR WOOL
Cleaning, carding and mattresses. Crystal
Springs WoolenMills, 760 Umatilla, Ponland.
Wedding Bouquets and Funeral Pisces
Lubliner Florists, 348 Morrison St.
"IF IT HURTS DON'T PAY."
Guaranteed dental work. Crowns $6.00,
Plates J15.00. Brtdftework $5.00 a tooth.
Teeth extracted bv gas. Latest modern
methods. Dr. Harry Semler, Dentist, 3rd
ind Morrison, 2nd floor Allsky Bldg., Port
land, Or. Write or phone for appointment.
Expert advice on any
income - tax problems.
TJIV Several years1 actual
I fin experience in Govern
DDflDI rilfiment Bureaus is offered
rnUDLEHIO those unable to visit our
ofnce. State your troubles briefly and
send in wltn II and we will give you non
est to goodness advice. It will pay you to
get in touch with us now. E. J, Curtln,
Room 806 Lewis Bldg., Portland, Oregon,
Located Sixth and H'oyt .
Strictly Fireproof and Modern. Near
both depots and convenient car service
to all parts of city.
31 S Belmont Street,.
for a detector. The rate of propaga
tion of the smell of ammonia was not
markedly different when this had to
pass along the same tube either hori
zontally or vertically downward.
With camphor, however, while the
rates horizontally and downward were
about the same, the speed 'upward
was about twice as great. The smell
given to Iron and brass by rubbing
these with' the fingers was also tried,
but gave, no definite Tesults.
- , :
.The Initial Consideration.
Lady I want to sue my husband for
Lawyer What are your charges?.
Lady What are yours first? Bos
ton Evening Transcript.
1 know not whether to marvel more,
either that he in that misty time could
see so clearly, or that we, in this clear
age, walk so stumbltngly-after fcltri.
Sir Philip Sidney. ' ; '
that Island, will be seen a great num
ber of brass hanging lamps all about
the building. Each of these has been
presented by some native family In
memory of some beloved member of
the clan who has died and tney con
stltute a memorial such as a bronze
tablet or a stained glass window would
represent in European countries.
To qualify to' give orders, be orderly,
' Mrs. Rex Ingram
Mrs. Rex Ingram, better known as
Alice Terry, the "movie" etar, is re
garded as one of the most beautiful
women in pictures. She Is rather
above medium height; her skin is like
silken damask, tinted with rose pink.
Her face Is of the sort that painters
and sculptors are reputed to go mad
about. . ' Her charming oval face, her
mass of spun gold hair, eyes of rav
ishing blue, a nose of Grecian contour
and a mouth that suggests nothing if
not crushed cherries, Is the. description
of the artist whose most recent pic
ture Is here shown..
'What sin a Name?"
Br MILDRED MARSHALL
Facts flloul year name; 111 hliloryi
Manfnf ; Vntnce II wai dtrieeJi
tlgnjficanct; year lucky day
ana! lueky Jtati
npHB very essence of poelry is cap
tured and held Imprisoned In ths
name Evangeline. The legend of that
beautiful and unhappy maiden whose
fateful wanderings were immortalized
by Longfellow surrounds the name
with romance and charm beyond all
other feminine names.
Evangeline. Is derived from the
Greek and signifies angel-llke. It also
has the translation "happy messen
ger," since It comes from the Greek
word meaning well, happy, combined
with another word meaning moving;.
the whole forming Evangelus, bearer
of good tidings. The term applied
originally to a shepherd who brought
to Ephesus the tidings of a quarry of
beautiful marble for the building of
the temple that was the glory of the
city and of Asia. Adorned with heroic
honors as he was, the title must have
seemed to the Epheslan Christians to
fit those spiritual shepherds who
brought the best of tidings and Evan
gelists became the term for preachers.
Evangelists was an old Italian name
and Longfellow seemed to have bor
rowed it and invented his Evangellns
purely for use in his poem. It Is from
his adoption that all the American
Evangellnes are derived, so it may
perhaps be called the purest American
'feminine name which we have. Cer
tainly Longfellow has described an
ideal American girl :
'Fair was she to behold, that maiden ot
Black were her eyes as the berry that
grows on the thorn by the wayside,
Black, yet how softly they gleamed be
neath the brown shade of her tresses.
Sweet was her breath as the breath of ths
klne that feed In the meadows,
When In the harvest heat she bore to
the reapers at noon-tide,
Flagons of home-brewed ale. Ah, fair In
sooth was the maiden.
When she had passed it seemed ljke ths
ceasing ox exquisite music.
Evangeline's talismanlc gem is tht
ruby, that warm pulsing stone which Is
said to be an elixir of great potency
for the wearer. Its medicinal quail
ties were held In great esteem by the
ancients and from It the potion known
as "ruby elixir" is said to have arisen.
To dream of a ruby signifies unex
pected guests. The lily, denoting pur
ity, Is Evangeline's flower. Tuesday
Is her lucky day and three her tails-
(Ql by ths -Wheeler Syndicate, Inc.)
Mistress I am very well satisfied
with you, Annie, and am going to let
you off every Sunday afternoon In
stead of every other.
Maid But, ma'am, then I'll have to
ask you for more money to hava
better time on.
A LINE 0' CHEER
By John Kendrlck Bangs.
A GLORIOUS THOUGHT
I HAVE a thought that takes
A deal of bleak and stormy .
There Is no scene so black with
That will not find the skies all
No task too great for me to do,
When God and I meet It to
gether! I (1$ by MoClure Newspaper Syndicate.)
STATE . NEWS
TIM tJOTTTC J
Oakland. Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Waln-
scott of this city celebrated their
golden wedding anniversary here Tues
day, January 16, all of their children
being present for a family reunion.
Salem. At a meeting of delegates
from practically all of the loganberry
districts in the Willamette valley held
here Saturday it was voted to form a
permanent organization for the pro
motion of the berry industry.
Pendleton. Pendleton ex-service
men of all wars have Joined hands to
fit up a common clubroom and meet
ing place and have obtained from the
city council a large hall. A public
dance will be held to raise money.'
Eugene. A modern three-room
school building will be erected this
year at Leaburg, 25 miles from Eu
gene on the McKenzie river, accord
ing to E. J. Moore, county school super
intendent, who attended, a meeting, of
the voters of the district Saturday.
Hood River. The Hood River Coun
ty Pomona grange has forwarded to
the county's legislative delegation let
ters urging opposition to the proposals
of an amendment to the market road
law which would permit the use of
market road funds on state trunk high
ways. ' , ' ' ' '
Dallas. An attempt was made some
time Friday night; to rob the safe at
the Southern Pacific railway station
in this city. The combination knob
was broken oft the safe, but the rob
bers failed to open the safe. The
work was believed' to havebeeri that
of amateurs. . L
Salem. The orphan situation in Ore
gon, as It' relates ; to the farm home
established about a year ago n,ear Cor
vallis by the Women's Christian Temi
perance union of Oregon, was explain
ed in detail at a mass meeting held
in the First Methodist Episcopal
church Sunday. ,
Medford. There are 9 feet and 7
inches of mow "at Crater lake, accord
ing te a telephone message received
by Superintendent Sparrow Saturday
from Pete Ord, the ranger. stationed
in Crater national park. This is two
feet more than the depth of snow
at the lake at this time last year. -
Salem. The Btock of the Oregon
state library consists of ,196,101
volumes, exclusive of periodicals and
uncatalogued fcooks, which number
more than 10,000 according to the bien
nial report prepared,,' by Miss .Cor
nelia Marvin, state . librarian. , The
report wil be filed with the governor
tnis weeK. -
Hillsboro. Much of the time during
the present week has' been devoted to
'road districting" by the county court,
Several changes have been made. One
new district was created, No. 63, ad'
joining Hillsboro on the east. It lies
between Newton and Orenco and Hills
boro and Orenco. The supervisor has
not as yet been named.
Eugene. The Holstein cattle breed
era of Lane county will hold a b!g
meeting at Arp's dairy, six miles north
of Eugene on the Pacific highway,
February 14, when the breeders of
Benton and Linn counties will be in
vited to discuss problems. Professor
K. C. Jones of the Oregon Agricultural
college will speak on breeding. '
Roseburg. Failure to receive a sat
isfactory offer caused the county court
to reject all bids on the (35,000 road
bond issue offered for sale Saturday,
The bonds were authorized in 1917
and bear only A per cent interest,
All of the bids were below par With
the exception of one, in which, how
ever, a discount was demanded.
Hood River. Within the next j 10
days the Hood River creamery will
move Into Its new $10,000 concrete
home. The structure Is 50x100 feet.
and is being equipped with modern
machinery. An Ice-making tank will
enable the plant to turn out two tons
dally. A 10-ton refrigerating machine
driven by a 15-ton electric? motor has
Eugene, A new sawmill of 40,000
feet daily capacity will 'be built at
once at Nekoma on Hhe Coos bay
branch of the Southern Pacific, ac
cording to announcement Saturday ot
H. E. Poe, timber operator of thl
city, who returned to Eugene yeater
day from a trip to San Francisco,
where he interested- several residents
of that city In the 'enterprlse. '
Prineville. Between 15 and -2E! men
are engaged in the construction work
on the new $110,000 hotel the Cor
nett building and the' postoffice, ac
cording to John Hedstrom, contractor,
who has returned from Portland after
an absence of several' weeks, Con
struction was suspended about
month ago during the extremely cold
weather, which Is Bald to have done
no damage to the structures.
The Secret of
a Convincing Talker
How I Learned It In One Evening.
"Have you heard th newi about Frank
Jordan!" The queation quickly brought ma
to the little group which baa gathered In
tbe center of tha office. Jordan and I had
atarted with the Great Saltern Machinery
Company, within a month of each other, fonr
yeara ago. A year ago, Jordan waa taken
into the accounting division and I was tent
out aa aaleaman. Neither of ua waa bleaaed
with an unusual amount of brilliancy, but we
"got by" in our new jobi weU enough to
Imagine my amazement, then, when I heard;
"Jordan's just been made Treat urar of the
I could hardly bellere my eara. But then
wai the "Notice to Employees" on the bul
let! a board, telling about Jordan'a good for
tune. Now I knew that Jordan was capable
fellow, quiet, and unassuming, but I never
would have picked him for any such sudden
riBe. I knew, too, that the Treasurer of the
Great Eastern had to be a big man, and I
wondered how in the world Jordan landed
The first chance I got, I walked Into Jordan's
new office and after congratulating him warm
ly, 1 aBked him to let me " in ' on the detain
of how he jumped ahead so quickly. His story
is so intensely interesting that I am going
to repeat it as closely aa I remember.
"I'll tell you just how it happened, George,
because you may pick up a pointer or two
that wiU help you.
"You remember how scared I used to be
whenever I had to talk to the chief I Ton
remember how you used to tell me that every
time i opened my moutn i put my foot into it,
meaning of course that ei?ry time I spoke I got
into trouble t You remember when Ralph
uinton left to taice coarse of the Western ol
fice and I was asked to present him with the
loving, cup the boys gave him, how flustered
I was and how I couldn't say a word because
there were people around! You remember how
confused I used to be every time 1 met new
people! I couldn't say what I wanted to aay
hen 1 wanted to say it: and I determined
that if there was any possible chance to learn
oow to talk l was going to do it.
'"ins tirst tnmz l did was to bur ft num
ber of books on public speaking, but they
seemed to be meant for those who wanted
to become orators, whbeai what I wanted
to learn was not only how to speak in public
but how to apeak to individuals under various
conditions in business and social life.
"A few weeks later, just as I was about
to give up hope of ever learning how to
talk interestitigly, I read an announcement
stating that Dr. Frederick Houk Law had just
completed ft new course in business talking
and public speaking entitled 'Mastery of
Speech. I sent for them and In ft few days
they arrived. I glanced through the entire
eight lessons, reading the headings and ft few
luruenmns npre ana thee, ana in about an
hour the whole secret of effective speaking
was opened to me.
"for example. I learned why I had alwsvi
lacked confidence, why talking had always
seemed something to be dreaded, whereas it
,is really the simplest thing in the world to get
up ana taiK, i learned now to secure complete
attention to what I was saying and how to
make everything I said interesting, forceful and
convincing I learned the art of listening, the
value of aitehc, Hind the power of brevity. In
stead of being funny at the wrong time, I
learned how sad when to use humor with tell
"But nerhflTJS the most wondnrful thlna
about the lesson were the actual examples of
what t Hi nits Ito say and when to aav them to
meet every condition. I found that there was
s knack in making oral reports to my superiors.
iouna tn&t tnere was a right way and s
wrong way to present complaints, to give est!
mates, and (to issue orders.
I picked ut some wonderful pointers about
how to give my opinions, about how to answer
complaints, about how to ask the bank for s
loan, about how to ask for extensions. Anothet
Soas, Ointment, TOennt, Sfl. .nrrwher.. Sample,
f n. of ObUcu. IstaratorUs, D.pt. X, afaldM, Mass.
Ghosts in Parliament House.
flie ghost ol Guy Fawkes la not the
only spook ot the British house o(
commons. ..The most famous, as well
as the most sinister ghost ot St. Ste
phens Is the one called after Big Ben.
It Is certainly the best authenticated
parliamentary specter, and it Is said
that on the day following each of its
appearances a member of the royal
family has died.
Don't Forget Cuticura Talcum
When adding to your toilet requisites.
An exquisitely scented face, skin, baby
and dusting powder and perfume, ren
dering other perfumes superfluous.
Vou may rely on it because one of the
Cuticura Trio (Soup, Ointment and
Talcum). 25c each everywhere. Adv.
, Indirect Sight.
His Wife "It's a Bhame that big,
fat woman had to take the seat di
rectly In front of you. You're missing
the whoje Bhow." Mr. Littleton "No,
not all of it. She's reading all the
titles aloud." Buffalo Express.
Originally From Holy Land.
Hollyhock is the garden mallow
(Anglo-Saxon hoc, mallow). It is
called hollyhock, or holyhock, from
the Holy land, where It Is Indigenous.
. Birds With Copper Feathers.
In the bird house up at the north
end of the Zoological park In New
York Is a cage of touracos, an African
bird of brilliantly colored plumage. In
the wings is a dash of red, and we are
told by the placard that the peculiar
thing about the color is that it Is
caused by the presence of 7 per cent
of copper.T Engineering and Mining
Essentials for Happiness.
The grand essentials of happiness
are: Something to do, something to
love and something to hope for.
' Dissecting the Grumbler.
Grumblers deserve to be operated
upon surgically; their trouble Is usual
ly chronic. Douglas Jerrold.
Is needed In every department of house
keeping. Equslly good for towt-' -.hie
linen, sheets and pillow esses.
thing that struck me forcibly was that In
stead of anUKonising people when I didnt
agree with them, I learned how to bring them
around to my way of thinking in the most
pleasant sort of way. Than, ot course, ftiong
with those lessons there were chapters on
speaking before large audiences, how to find
material for talking and speaking, how to talk
to friends, how to talk to servants, and how
to talk to children.
"Why I got the secret the Tery first even
ing and it was only a short time before I was
able to apply all of the principles and found
that my words were beginning to have an
almost magical effect upon everybody to whom
I spoke. It seemed that I got things done
instantly, where formerly, as you know, what 1
said 'went in one ear and out the other.' I
began to acquire an executive ability that sur
prised me. I smoothed out difficulties like
a true diplomat In my talks with the chief
I spoke clearly, simply, convincingly. Then
came my first promotion since I entered the
accounting department. I whs given the job
of answering complaints, and I made good.
From that I was given the job of making
collections. When Mr. Buckley joined the
Officers Training Camp, I waa made Treasurer,
Between you aud me, George, my salary is
now $7,500 a year and I expect It wil
mor from the first of the year.
attribute my success solely to the fact that I
Learned how to talk to people."
When Jordan finished, I asked him for the
address of the publishers of Dr. Law's course
and he gave it to me. I Bent for it and found
it to be exactly as he had stated. After study
ing the eight simple lessons I began to sell to
people who had previously refund to listen to
me ut all. After four months of record-breaking
sales during the dullest season of the
year, I received a wire from the chief asking
me to return to the home office. We had quite
a long talk in which I explained bow I was
able to break sales records- and I waa ap
pointed Sales Manager at almost twice my
former salary. I know that there was noth
ing in me that had changed except that I had
acquired the ability to talk where formerly
I simply nsed "words without reason." I can
never thank Jordan enough for telling me about
Dr. Law's Course in Business Talking and
Publio Speaking, Jordan aud I are both
spending all our spare time makinv publie
speeches and Jordan is being talked about now
as Mayor of our little town.
Walla Walla, Wash. ,
Jan. 1, 1923.
American Newspaper Ass'n.,
I am enclosing check In payment of set
of books Bent.
I read one book and I am satisfied that
the one book is worth the price asked
for all. I am,
Very truly youra, "
CHAS. R. MONTAGUE,
534 Catherine St
AMERICAN NEWSPAPER ASSOCIATION
' of Portland, Ore.
418-19-20 U. S. National Bank Bldg,
Please mail me Dr. Law's course, "Mastery
of Speech." I will pay the postman $3.50 on
delivery, which completes the transaction and
pays for the course in lull. Thereafter the
course is mine absolutely.
SPENT HALF HER
TIME 111 BED
Farmer'. Wife Tells How Lydia E.
Pinkham' Vegetable Compound
Made Her a Well Woman
Carter's Creek, Tenn. "Three years
ago I was almost an invalid. I spent
nan or my time in
bed, being afflicted
with a trouble which
women of a certain
age are apt to have.
I took Lydia E.
and used Lydia E.
Pinkham 's Sanative
Wash. I am a well
woman now and have
been for two years.
I can work as well as
any one who is younger and as I am a
farmer's wife I have plenty to do for I
cultivate my own garden, raise many
chickens and do my own housework.
You may publish this letter as I am
ready to do anything to help other
women as i nave ueen bo well and hap
since my troubles are past. "Mrs. I
Galloway, Carter's Creek, Tenn.
Most women find plenty to do. If
they are upset with some femaleailment
and; troubled with such symptoms as
Mrs. Galloway had, the smallest duty
seems a mountain.
If you find it hard to keep up, if you
are nervous and irritable, without ambi-
tion and out of sorts generally, give the
Vegetable Compound a fair trial. We
believe it will help you greatly, for it
has helped others.
Good Quality Long Neglected.
Although phosphorus was discovered
by Brandt In 1669 and exhibited to
Charles II as "a wonder of nature," It
was not until 1834 that It was first
used In the manufacture of matches.
' Friends and Enemies.
The qualities of your friends will be
those of your enemies. Cold friends,
cold enemies, half-friends, half-enemies
fervid enemies, warm friends.
Training a One-Man Dog.
A one-man dog can be reared only
as follows: Take a mere puppy; allow
no one to play with It, much less pet
it. It anyone comes near It have him
use a small stick and whip the dog
then when he comes to you, you pet
the animal. That gives the dog com
plete confidence In you alone. Adven-,
Are Yon Satisfied?
la ths blearest, most perfectly equipped
Business Training- School In ths North
west. Fit yourself for a higher sosltloa
with mors money. Permanent positions
assured our Graduates.
Writs tor ssltUoc Fourth and Yamhill
P. N. U.
No. 4, 1923