The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930, April 24, 1924, Image 3

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Select Residential & Transient
Hth and Yamhill. Portland. Own.
Modem Fireproof American Plan
RATES MODERATE
C. G. APPLEGATH
Oregon Music Teachers Convention
JUNE 6-7, EUCENE, ifftECON.
Every Teacher Invited to Splendid Program. Prei. David Campbell, EWC, Portland
We Need More Good Cream
MUTUAL CREAMERY CO., Portland.
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s That Fit-None Better
CHARGES REASONABLE
Dr. Harry Brown
149 Third St
PORTLAND. ' ORECON
We Specialize in
Hides, Pelts, Wool, Mohair, Tallow, Cascara,
Oregon Giape Root. Goat Skins, Horse Hair
Write for Shipping: Tags A latest Price List
Portland Hide & Wool Co.
106 UNION AVENUE NORTH, PORTLAND, OREGON.
Branch at Focatetlo, Idaho
AUTO PARTS FOR ALL CARS
At leaa than Mi Price. Mail orders promptly filled
Pacific Auto Wrecking Co. "tlanT"'
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR
Removed without injury to the akin by Ney-Born
Jjepilatory. Sample on request. Ney-Born Lab
oratories, 619 Morgan bldg.. Portland Oregon.
See Yellowstone and
Southern California
These two wonderlands have been
reproduced in charming Illustrations
by the Union Pacific and bound in
book form with adequate description.
Both can be easily obtained and will
prove extremely entertaining as well
as instructive. Write for copies to
Wm. McMUrray, General Passenger
Agent, Pittock Block, Portland, Ore
gon, who will forward them freely to
any address upon receipt of request.
(Cuaran-
teea)
Write HII I SMIRO CHEMICAL CO.
HILLSBORO, OREGON
Gold and Silver Plating.
Rend us vour old Silverware, Reflectors
and Musical Instruments for repair and
resilv-ering. We save you money. B. L.
Fuote, 3ti'i WashingtonJSt., L Portland,
"pleating, hemstitching
Buttons Scolloping, Pearl-Picot Edge,
Wide Hemstitching, Embroidery, Button
Holes. All work guaranteed.
Smith Pleating and Button Works,
823 Morgan Bldg., Portland, Ore;
When You Have f
Suffered Enough TTN
and have spent enough 1;,3L
money for drug medl- 4: J lEJ
cines that have pro- jf , .-. :Jr
dueed no results, in
cases of Stomach, Kid- f,?.:ivs?'
nev, Liver and Bowel
troubles and RHEUMATISM, then write
to me, state your ailment, and enclose 4
cents in stamps for my Free Booklet,
which will tell you the way hack to New
Life. Health and Happiness with
M ARCELLS MIRACLE MINERAL
Address, Marcell, the Nature Man,
901 W. Lombard St., Portland, Ore.
Please meniion this paper.
Set of $0.00
Teeth, PO
I We guarantee material
and workmanship.
Painless extraction of
oAth n'l,.. 20 vpAra in
the same location.
it a nENTlSTS. 245Va Wash
ington cor. Second, Portland. Oregon.
USEDCASH REGISTERS-
Scales, Electric Coffee Mills, Show
Cases, Butchers' Display Canes.
GENERAL STORE AXD FIXTURE CO,
274 Gllsan St., Portland, Oregon
Tel. Broadway 4017
CWlWEKSTlT FLORAL DESIGNS
Clarke Broa., Florists, 287 Morrison St.
fhyNoty
D - ,i la itnori nnr from Du
al rant and save a lot of money pay
1-3 down or trade your oid car as
first payment, take 12 months on
LlTrSEn CARS GUARANTEED
Just as easy to buy In Portland
where vou get choice of 100 cars,
all makes, all models-we have good
cars from $50.00 up.
Write Ui Today
about the kind of a cur you like
best we'll send you a list of cars,
prices, terms.
DC RANT'S USFD CAR CENTER
15th and Burnslde Portland, Ore.
New Half-Dollar Design
VTashington. Treasury officials have
placed responsibility for selecting the
design of the half-dollar memorializing
the tercentenary of New Netherlands
and the arrival of the Huguenots In
America, on the committee In charge
of the tercentenary celebration and
the Fine Arts commission.
Robert J. Grant, director of the mint,
explained that the design was forward
ed to him by the committee and wa
ilf1
OFFERS A MARKET
FOR YOUR PRODUCE
Portland, Onion
TATJBBVILLB PHOTO-PLATI
Cotoplst. Chans. Saturday. Adulta, Wk
day Matin.., 2uc; Evenings, Oontlnu
"" ' to 11 p. m. Children 10 e.nte all tlm.e.
Hotel)
Portland'. Oldest FUR House
EaUbliahad 1870.
Remodeling, Repairing, Storage.
12 Tenth Strut, naar Waahlniion.
ROOT AND HERB REMEDIES
If taken In time, prevent operatlona for Diabetes. Catarrh, Aethmm,
Luna-, Throat, Liver, Kidney, HheumatiBm. Blood. Stomach and all
female disorders, Bladder Troubles.
The C. Gee Wo Remedies are harmless, as no drugs or poison ire used.
Composed of the cholsest medicinal roots, herbs, buds and bark. Im
ported by us from far away oriental countries.
Call or Write for Information
C. Gee Wo Chinese Medicine Company
New Locatioo-2624 Alder St., S. W. Cor. Third. Portland, Oregon
Established 23 Years in Portland. i
PLEATING SPECIAL
Cut, team, hem and machine
pleat ikirti ready (or band.
$1.00
HemKitrhing, picotinf and tncktnf.
EASTEEN NOVELTY MFO, 00.
85 Fifth St. Portland, Or.
INFORMATION
DEPARTMENT
Pleating Embroidery
Hematitchinir, Buttona Covered.
STEHHAX'S
166V4 Tenth St., Portland
ATTENTION LADIES
Sanitary Beauty Parlors W fix you up,
we make all kinds of Hair Goods of your
combings. Join our School of Beauty Oulture,
400 to 414 Dekum Bide Pilous Broadway
6902, Portland, Oresea.
AUTO KNITTING INSTRUCTION
All machines taught and repuired.
428
lamnui, Portland, Ore.
BATTERIES
Rebuilt second hand batteries, 10.00.
40 urana Avenue, peruana.
BBAZINO, WELDING CUTTING
NorthwestWeldin Supply Oo. 81 lit St.
CAMERA AND KODAK REPAIRING
Adolph W. Harr, Ablngton Big., Portland.
Complete Line Bottlers' Supplies
Portland Beverage & Sply Co., 431 Stark
DENTIST
Charles S. Wollln, Suite 601-602 Stevens
Building, Portland, Oregon.
FEATHERS AND FLOWERS
Do not throw awav vour old feathera. We clean.
dye and remodel and match samples. New Flow
ers and Feathers made to order. 20 years estab
lished. We guarantee all work. riartneaa r eatn-
er & Flower Shop, 386Ml Washington St. .
HOTELS
WABASH. Booms SOc.204 Madison St;
SURGICAL CORSETS
Made to measure, 467 Washington St.
If you are troubled with Appendicitis
or Stomach Trouble, write Hizz Company,
Portland. Oregon, for free information in
German or English.
BANKERS' AND BROKERS' SALE.
OF USED TRUCKS
We have taken over the following trucks
from the Portland Motor Car company
and . Automotive Brokerage company,
which must be sold at once In conjunc
tion with the bank's trucks, Packarda,
Nash, Republic, Masters, Geary, White,
Winther, Kissel, Federal, Dodge delivery,
Comet and other makes. All sizes, in
cluding dumps and hoists. Terms to suit
CHAPERON MOTOR CAR CO.
Cor. Grand Ave. and Salmon, Portland.
35
Per
Cent.
SAVED ON BUILDING MATERI
ALS, all kinds, new and used. Also
plumbing supplies, hardware, bldg.
paper, paints, varnish. Write or
call. Dolan Wrecking ft Const, Co.
East 8th and Belmont, Portland.
Miller Paint Co. Wallpaper
We invite you to call and inspect our
line of Wall Papers and Paints or send
for our free catalog. Select what you
want from our line and save money.
172 First St., Portland, Ore.
GOING TO BUILD?
We have hundreds of plans at $10.00 and up. Send
ub a sketch of the home you want and we will sub
mit simitar specimen plana. No obligation except
to return plana if not suitable.
O. M. AKERS
Designing and Drafting. 611-12 Couch Building.
Portland, Oregon.
CLEANING AND DYEING
For reliable Cleaning and Dye
ing service send parcels to us.
We pay return postage. Inform
ation and prices given upon re
quest. ENKE'S CITY DYE WORKS..
Established 1890. Portland. Ore
SILK SHOP
Foreign and Domestic
Kafoury Bros., 383 Alder St,
Guaranteed Dental Work
Extracting- Adsolutely Painless
Van mwlara ta nrifoa A 11 r.,(.l
a done without pain.
When You Think of Teeth
Think of
DR. R. W. DONOHUE
234V4 Morrison St Cor 2nd St., Portland
18 Years' Successful Practfee.
CDND'5-niFT-5HnP
Chinese Laces and Novelties
Gifts for discriminating people
384 Morrison 8t., Portland
Horses Just Arrived.
Just arrived, three carloads of gentl all-
round purpose homes, weighing from 1200
to 1800 pounds. Will exchange for horses,
mules or cattle. We guarantee all stock
as represented. We rent by the day,
week or month, with or without harness.
North Portland Horse & Mul. Co., Union
Stock Yards, North Portland, Oregon.
I Empire 0121.
Was Not U. S. Creation
submitted by him to the commission,
which returned It with one or two
changes. It then was approved hj
them and Secretary Mellon.
Officials of the mine showed much In
terest In The World editorial recently
quoting Doctor Zwerleln of Rochester
as seeing "Protestant propaganda" In
the fact the coin was stamped with
the simulacra of William the Silent
and Admiral Collgny.
FREE
4x6 Pkeni ot your BABY
in III BIRTHDAY Month
Sowell Studio
US 1-2 3rd St.
Bttmm Aldir A MorrlwH
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A'DOR'MEE BEAUTY SHOPPE
Msrcelllng Facial nd Scalp Tr.sttn.nt
VUr service will eauauy yvu.
We are open evenltiss, 6th & Salmon Sts.
a . , a... D l. 4CUt T.,mln.
i uiog., vpstsirs.
The Bob Shoppe
When In Portland have
your hair cut at the
BOB SHOPPE, Mar
celling. Curling. ,
Experts Only
Employed
Phone Muin 1676
loo Ungar Itldg.
Portland, Oregvn
BARRON'S
THE WASHINGTON CLOAK-SUIT HOUSE
268 Waah. St., Between 3rd and 4th.
I srtlae' Coata-Suita, 114.88 Dresses, 17.50.
LaUIH Hob.. $1.00. Ask about our Hp
elal Payment Plan Slid free photo olfer, Men
tion thia ad.
Wall Paper Specials
Bedroom paper 10c, 15c, UDc, Double
roll. Best duplex oatmeal, 46c bolt. Wash
able kitchen papers 46c double roll. Tap
estry papers 30c, 60c, double roll. Flee
ample book on request.
SMITH'S WALL PAPER HOUSE
108-10 Second Street Portland. Ore.
j PLUMBING MATE hi AL
Baths, sinks, toilets, basins, boilers,
pipe, valves and fittings. Prices reason
able. Standard Plumbing ft Heating Co.
East 6th and Morrison Sts. Portland, Or.
Clnn Backache, Kidney, Nerve
OIOP and Bladder Troubles,
with a box of BU-KOLA Kidney and
Bladder Tablets, $1.00 a Hox, complete
treatment, 28c Trial Box. Positively
guaranteed or money back. Address,
BAKER DRUG CO.,
Fifth and Burnslde, Portland, Oregon.
We also specialize in mull orders of
Drugs and Sundries.
DR. ABRAMS SYSTEM
For all Chronic Diseases, Madison Bldg.
AUTOS WITHOUT DRIVERS
LARHY SULLIVAN
212 S. Broadway. Tell Main 6740
MOLER BARBER COLLEGE
Teaches trade In I weeks. Some pay
while learning. Positions secured. Write
for catalogue. 234 Burnslde street, Port-
land, Oregon.
"Smile, and while you smile another
smiles;
And by and by there's miles of smiles.
And life's worth while because you
mile."
MAIN DISHES
A GOOD, substantial dish which Is
not hard to get ready for a good
sized family Is
Alaskan Dish.
Cut two pounds of round steak Into
eight pieces for serving. Dice one-half
pound of salt pork. Cook the pork,
one cupful of minced celery and one
large onion in the pork fat. Fry the
steak until brown on both sides, add
to the rest of the Ingredients, blend
two tablespoonfuli of fat with the
same of flour, pour over the meat and
simmer all together for thirty minutes.
Just before serving add one cupful of
cooked spaghetti and one pint of
stewed tomatoes. Serve on hot platter.
Panned Oysters.
Scald one cupful of oysters. When
the edges curl, remove them from the
liquor. Take one tablespoonful of but
ter creamed with two of flour, add one
cupful of milk and cook until thick.
Add one-half cupful each of broken nut
meats and chopped celery. Season to
taste and add the oysters. Remove the
tops from rolls, scoop out the soft part.
toast the tops and shells and fill with
the oysters. The shells may be well
buttered with soft butter before filling,
adding to the daintiness of the dish.
Baked Lima Beans and Tomatoes.
Soak a pound of beans overnight.
parboil for five minutes or longer to
soften, rinse and cook until tender,
Add one teaspoonful of salt to each
quart of water used. Season a pint
of tomatoes with salt and pepper and
onion Juice. Add it to the drained beans.
Put Into a beanpot with two thick
slices of bacon or salt pork and bake
until the bacon Is crisp and brown.
Fricassee of Tongues.
Sheep's tongues or small calves'
tongues may be used. Take four, cover
with boiling water and simmer until
tender, adding a few cloves ind
small onion; season with salt when
nearly done. Remove, cool, skin and
cut lengthwise ; season well. The next
day, roll the tongues In flour and fry
In butter and chopped onion until
brown. Serve with a brown sauce sea
soned with a dash of lemon juice.
Serve with hot boiled rice.
(t), 114, Westers Newspaper Vein.)
Cows to Be Profitable
Under average farm conditions, a
cow needs to produce 200 pounds of
butterfat a year to pay all expenses
in connection with her feed and care,
In other words, the cow lhat will pro
duce this amount of butterfat will pay
for her feed at market price, pay for
all labor In connection with her keep,
Interest on money Invested, taxes, etc.
Aliens Are Made Citizen
at Rate of 15 Per Minute
New York. Naturalization of aliens
st the rate of 15 per minute continues
In the county courthouse, where six
justices are aiding County Clerk Done
gan to give 5,000 candidates their final
papers before the duties oi naturaliza
tion are transferred to tne reaeraj on
reau.
Some girls marry for money because
It la necessary to have an excuse.
i THY NEIGHBOR
AS THYSELF
By DOUQLAS MALLOCH
T OVE thy neighbor as thyself,"
A Tlia hnlv .i,rlttn-ia run.
We
wish the Lord would tell
ut,
though,
Just how It can be don.
For there are often neighbors near,
There may be neighbors even here,
A few that we could tell you of
We find It very hard to love.
'Love thy neighbor as theyself"?
But what about the kind
Who speak so sweetly to your face
And otherwise behind?
And what about the neighbors who
Are always borrowing from youT
And neighbors who run In and stay
Upon your very busy day?
"Love thy neighbor as thyself!
The ones who keep a flock
Ot chickens that will crow and cluck
At half past four o'clock?
And folks who let the baby cry,
To find the trouble never try?
And folks who play yes, what of
them?
The phonograph at 2 a. m.?
Love thy neighbor as thyself
And live In sweet accord.
There's only one thing we can think
To make us do It, Lord ;
There are some neighbors we could
love
Just like the cooing turtle dove
If on some bright and sunny day
They'd only up and move away,
(A by McClur. Nswapaper Byndlcau.)
Something to
Think About
by F. J. WALKER
LIGHT OR DARKNESS
IT IS for you to choose hether you
A shall make your dwelling place
where the sunbeams are, or where
the shadows He.
From those rational Individuals who
mark upon a scale the division be
tween light and darkness, to these
who never give thought to the matter,
time slips away with the same pre
cision, caring not who makes use of
the precious minutes or permits them
to go to waste.
The man who wanders about in the
gloom, Indifferent as to the direction
he Is traveling, is heading straight for
the dismal land of nowhere. He is
the frowning, fault-finding man, blam
ing others for his falls and bruises.
He lives In perpetual darkness and
thinks darkly.
The world has too many such men,
too many women of the samo miser
able type, stubbing their toes in the
dark simply because they stubbornly
refuse to lift their eyes to the guid
ing light and lft reason Illuminate
their souls with glorious faith and
hope.
Everywhere they go, they take with
them the clammy chill of midnight,
Their presence is oppressive, though
they cannot be made to believe It.
They are Important to themselves,
but fail to Impress their importance
upon those who consistently press
forward among the industrious on the
great sun-lighted highway making the
best use of their talents.
Anybody, it Is supposed, can say
what he means, but If you will take
time to converse with one of these
benighted mortals and seek to draw
him out, you will find that in his case
the hypothesis Is not true,
It takes the genial sunlight to crown
the orchards and the fields with fruit
and grain. And Just so does It
quire a spiritual sun to bring forth
the goodness In man and loosen his
tongue to utter words of cheer and
wisdom.
The sunny men and women make
the best of tilings, .even when their
world Is gray and cheerless,
All that Is beautiful, Inspiring,
lovable and noble, comes from their
enlightened minds, indulgent to the
wayward, sympathetic to the unfortu
nate, benevolent and merciful,
Into the world's darkest places, Into
the gloomiest' hearts, these humane
men and women scatter sunshine with
ont reserve. Who does not bless
them?
by MeClur. Newapap.r Syndicate.)
Has Anyone Laughed
At You
T Br ETHEL R.
necause nvsui
You always pledge at mass
meetings?
Haven't friends said to you:
"What, another mass meeting?
Are you going to get up and
pledge another week's salary;
never saw sued a pledger?" Let
them laugh, it's but a mirth
screen for their own disinclina
tion to give I Tou have enthusi
asm, you have Interest outside
yourself, you are not selfish and
petty. They are the fledglings
to your pledgllng I Keep up your
good work going will never
make you leas big and interests
will never dry you up !
80
Your get-away here In
Keep It up you have been
as a ship to a drowning, strug
gling finance committee.
( by MeClur. Newspaper Srndtcat..)
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STATE NEWS I
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Snlem. The Salom Shrine club, at
a mooting hold here Friday night, do-
elded to stage a Sbrlners' circus Id
Suloni, April 29 to May 3.
Tillamook. Tho Pacific Telephone
& Telegraph company is planning a
largo construction program for Tilla
mook county for tho summer ot 1924,
according to E. O. Munson, manager
of the local exchange.
Tillamook. Finns are bolng made
by St. Albans mission, which is identi
fied with the Episcopal diocese ot
Oregon, to erect a parish house and
church building In the near future on
the property, irecently purchased, at
Sixth street and Third avenue east.
Albany. About 200 Oregon Agricul
tural college students in the history
morning to study the historical relics
mroning to study the historical relics
In the two local museumB. In the
afternoon the party went to Tangent
to visit the old Indian mounds In thai
vicinity.
Salem. The Oregon exhibit, which
has been in Portland for a number ot
years, is being transferred to Salem
and will be placed in the lower cor
ridor ot the state capltol. The
hlbit includes numerous varieties of
wood, ores, fruits; grasses, grains.
wool and other products typical ot this
state.
Salem. State traffic officers work
ing under the direction of T. A. Raf
fety, chief inspector for the state
motor vehicle department, caused de
linquent fees in the amount of (7357.15
to be collected In March. Fines im
posed during the month as the result
of state traffic officers' activities ag
gregated $3129.35.
Salem. Oregon, with a population
ot 783,389, has $100 per capita based
on the resources ot the 281 banks cow
in operation, according to a report
prepared Friday by Frank Bramwell,
state superintendent ot banks. Re
sources ot the Oregon banks total
$312,216,530.70, with an average pop
ulation per bank of 2752.
Salem. E. A. Clark, president of
the Kings Products company here,
has purchased the Hubbard berry pool
for 1924, The pool includes approxi
mately 125 tons of berries. With the
exception of 15 tons of cherries the
entire poof will go to the Kings Pro
ducts concern. The deal was nego
tiated through W. L, Bentley of Wood
burn, Marshfiold. With the water about
40 degrees above zero Sunday, Rev. J
D. Chappelle baptized a few of his
flock in the Pacific ocean, following
ceremonies on the beach at BaBten-
dorff's. Notice ot the service at the
beach drew a large congregation of
outsiders and the, novelty of ocean
baptismal was observed by folk from
all about the bay.
Salem. A check of the sealor
classes of the standard high schools
throughout the state shows that there
will be graduated from the public high
schools in Oregon this year a total
of 4684 pupils. Of those 1977 or 42
per cent are boys and 2707 or 68 per
cent girls. The check was made by
J. A. Churchill, Btate superintendent
of public instruction.
Tillamook. Four business houses
on Tillamook's main street were seri
ously damaged by fire late Sunday.
The loss was estimated at $15,000.
Tourist cafe, Plasker music house,
Dawson & Dunn grocery and Palm
confectionery, all frame structures,
were ablaze and nearby buildings
were threatened by flames which were
favored by a stiff northwest wind.
Vernonla. Advices received from
the Columbia county court state that
the Vernonla road district will re
ceive more general and special road
funds than any other section in the
county. This is because the district
comprises practically all of the stand
ing timber on the Nehalem water shed.
According to the latest assessment,
it has an assessed valuation of ap
proximately $4,600,000.
Salem. Grange organizations from
many sections of Oregon have accept
ed invitations to Join in the automobile
caravan which will leave the state
fair grounds probably July 1 for a
trip through many counties in the
western part of the state. It has
not yet been determined how much
time will be required to complote the
trip, but It was predicted that the
grangers would be on the road for a
week.
Klamath Falls. Coming on the
heels of recent statements by Presl
dent Sproule of the Southern Pacific
that Klamath Falls was the second
largest freight shipping point in Ore
gon in 1923, a statement covering last
year's shipments on the Klamath line
has been completed by J. J. Miller,
district freight and passenger super
intendent, showing 13,700 carloads of
freight shipped from Klamath In
1923.
Jljttr every meal
A pleasant
aad agreeable
wcet and m
-a.rt-t-la-o
benefit aa
well.
Good lor
teetti. breath
aad digestion.
Makes the
neat elgsi
ltt fcetiar.
As It Used to Be.
Headline in exchange: "Cop Arrest
ed for Taking Bribe." We are remind
ed of the old Joke about policemen
having a snap because the publio
pays them for protection from vice,
and vice pays them for protection
from the public. - Boston Evening
Transcript.
Both at One Throw.
J. B. M. writes: "What a saving ot
time and other things there would bo
if a fellow could take his first ocean
voyage and his first smoke at the
same time." Boston Evening Tran
script. Sheffield Steel Supreme.
Sheffield is still credited with mak
ing the best steel in the world. Its
virtues are attributed partly to the
secrets known only to the manufac
turers, and partly to the water used
In tempering it.
Mrs. E. D. Homewood
Oregon Women Vote "Yes"
On Important Subject
Portland, Oreg. "Dr. rierce'a
Favorite Prescription has given me
preat help and 1 am glad to give
it my recommendation. I suffered
a physical and nervous breakdown.
I became very weak and my whole
system seemed to be in bad con
dition, but after taking about two
bottles of the 'Favorite Prescription'
my health returned, my nerves were
strong, and I never felt better."
Mrs. E. D. Homewood, 170 Ivy St.
If you're nervous or troubled like
Mrs. Homewood, go to your drug
gist at once and obtain this Pre
scription of Dr. Pierce's in tablets
or liquid. Write Dr. Pierce's in Uui
falo, N. Y., for free medical advice.
If Greek Girl Would Find Husband.
In some parts of Greece no girl can
ever hope to find a husband until she
has a home of her own.
Stray Bits of Wisdom.
Men are like Geneva watches with
crystal faces which expose the whole
movement. Emorson.
Bath for the Plants.
Your household plants will flourish
and bloom if you give them a bath
about onco a month in water to which
ammonia has been added says a tea
spoon to a quart of liquid.
Wanted It Set.
To the clerk who had just sold her
a thermometer a woman said: "Would
you be so kind as to set It at 65?
That's about what the doctor says I'm
to keep tho room at."
First Use of Figures In Europe.
Figures in arithmetic were intro
duced into Europe from Arabia In 991.
Until then letters were used.
A Crazy Look.
From a story "Quilt was written In
every line of his fuce." Boston Eve
ning Transcript.
ins
a
it needed In every department of houte
keeping. Equally good for towele.table
linen, theett and pillow caaea. Grocer
tkiJSJdStof
Business College Plscee Graduates In
Good Positions
Enroll any time of year. Write for free
success ca talus;. Fourth and TamblU,
Portland, Oregoa.
P. N. U.
No. 17, 1924
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