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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (May 15, 1924)
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Select Residential & Transient
16th and Yamhill Portland. Oregon.
Modern Fireproof American Plan
C. G. APPLEGATH
11 Yoa Want Fun
Buy them at H. G. KREISS
You will find our service reliable: our prices reasanable. We also
repair and remodel. 163 West Hark St., Portland. Ore.
Accurate Weight Tests
MUTUAL CREAMERY CO., Portland.
We Specialize in
Hides, Pelfs; Wool, Mohair, Tallow, Cascara,
Oregon Giape Root. Goat Skins, Horse Hair
Write for Shipping Tags & latest Price List
Portland Hide & Wool Co.
101 UNION AVENUE NORTH, PORTLAND, OREGON.
Branch at Pocatello, Idaho
Removed without Injury to the skin by Ney-Born
Depilatory. Sample on request. Ney-Born Lab
oratories, 619 Morgan Bldg.. Portland Oregon.
See Yellowstone and
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.
Gold and Silver Plating.
Send us your old Silverware, Reflectors
and Musical Instruments for repair and
resilvering. We save you money. B. L.
Foote, 386 Washington St., Portland.
Buttons, Scolloping, Peorl-Picot Edge,
Wide Hemstitching, Embroidery, Button
Holes. All work guaranteed.
Smith Pleating and Button Works,
623 Morgan Bldg., Portland, Ore.
When You Have
and have spent enotigh
money for drug medi
cines that have pro
duced no results, In
cases of Stomach, Kid
ney. Liver and Bowel
troubles and RHEUMATISM, then write
to me, state your aliment, and enclose 4
cents in stamps for my Free Booklet,
which will tell you the way back to New
Life, Health and Httpplness with
M ARCELLS MIRACLE MINERAL
Address, Marcell, the Nature Man,
901 W. Lombard St., Portland, Ore.
Please mention this paper.
Set of tfO
' We guarantee material
Painless extraction of
teeth. 60c. 20 years in
the same location. U. S. DENTISTS. 246Vi Wash
ington cor. Second, Portland, Oreson.
' USED CASH REGISTERS
Scales, Electric Coffee Wills, Show
Cases, Butchers' Display Cases.
GENERAL STORE AND FIXTURE CO.
274 Glisan St., Portland, Oregon
Tel. Mioadway 4017
CUT FLOWEItS it FLOKAL DESIGNS
Clarke Bros., Florists, 287 Morrison St.
We Wreck Autos
Parts Sold at HALF PRICE
Write or Call
DAVID HODES CO., Inc.
Everythintr from a bolt to an engine. Grand ave.,
cor, Kaat Salmon at., Portland.
fTTTT rrrTr-rnr rtt m
DONT BE OPERATED ON
SURGICAL operation, for Piles tre
largely UNSUCCESSFUL, as l
proved by the 65 of such caiej ;wn'ch re
occur within two years. MyNON-SUK-GICALmethotkby
which I GU ARAN
TEEtocuresny case of Piles or refund the
pitlent8 fee, ire gentle, mild snd sooth
ing. The greatly enlsraed offices which
house my increasedstaff of skilled Isttend
loining my hotel where out of town pt-
ients may be convenient
o ly snd comfortably locat-
A ei $ ' m
WV lllssbste. book. '
CHAStf X DEAN, M.D. Inc
3TM AKOMAW-OPWWtTE COURT HOCSfc
Attempts to Pay Express
WUlg Point, Tex. Milton Gossett,
express agent at this place, bai re
ceived letter from a man living In
Oklahoma asking the agent to look up
the charges on a pneknee dclltered to
th Oktahotnan at Willi rolnt In 18T3.
The letter explained that the writer
obtained the pscknge tinder the Im
pression that It was prepaid, but later
learned that It was sent collect.
aai n h ns sl2
Mr. Gossett sru'anablti to find miJu. now 60 different varieties.
OFFERS A MARKET
FOR YOUR PRODUCE
Complete Change Ssturday. ' Adults, Ink
day Milium, Soe; Eieninjs, 40c. Ctmtlna
in 1 to 11 p m. Children 10 Mitt all ttmea.
Portland's Oldest FUR House
Remodeling, Repairing, Storage.
121 Tenth Street, aear Wuhinrton.
All Sizes. Prices, Terms. Also Used and
Re-built Trucks. Write for Catalog.
&tk and Bttrnside,
Out, learn, hen and machine
pleat ikirts ready for band.
Hemstitching;, nicotine and tnekinf.
emstitchins, nicotine snd tuckini
EASTERN NOVELTY MFG. 00.
SS H Fifth St. Portland, Ore.
Hemstitching, Buttons Covered.
KM Tenth St., Portland
Sanitary Beauty Parlors We fix yoa p,
we make all kinds of Htlr Goods of your
combings. Join our School of Besuty Culture.
400 to 414 Dekum Bldg Plume Broadway
6902, Portland, Oregon.
Seats cut for beds. Swanson's Auto
Top Shop, 706 Williams Ave., Portland.
Rebuilt second hand batteries.
46 Grand Avenue, Portland.
BEAZINQ, WELDING) CUTTING)
Northwest Welding A Supply Co., 88 lit Bt.
CAMERA AND KODAK REPAIRING
Adolph VV, Harr, Ablngton Big., Portland.
Complete Line Bottlers' Supplies
Portland Beverage & Sply Co., 431 Stark
Charles S. Wollin, Suite 601-602 Stevens
Building, Portland, Oregon.
FEATHERS AND FLOWERS
Do not throw awav your o d feathers. We clean.
dye and remodel and match samples. New Flow
ers and Feathers made to order. 20 years estab
lished. We guarantee all work. Hsrtness Feath
er & Flower Shop, 3X614 Washington St.
Rooms 60c. 204 Madison St.
Made to measure, 467 Washington St,
if you are troubled with Appendicitis
r Stomach Trouble, write Hliz Company,
Portland, Oregon, for free Information in
German or Kngllsh.
PAINTS AND WALLPAPER
MIller Paint Co., 172 Flrst St.
SALESMEN EARN 30;00 DAILY selling
NOGAR Clothing Suits, 112.60 made to
measure. Will outwear three ordinary
suits. Absolutely snag proof, water and
fire resistant. Write for Selling Plan.
301 Couch Bldg., Portland, Ore.
CLEANING AND DYEING
For reliable Cleaning and Dye
ing- service send parcels to us,
Wa iuv .nm tuvttatm Inform.
h ZB &tlon snd Prices given upoa re-
ENKE'S CITY DYE WORKS.,
Established 1890. Portland, Ore
Fore I an and Domestic.
Kafoury Bros., 383 Alder Bt.
All Beauty Work
Marvel Beauty Shop
96 Tenth St. Ground
Floor, near Stark. Tele
phone BK. SIMS. This ad
DR. R, W,
THE LUCIE BEAUTY SCHOOL
The Luclle method makes you a real
marceller. All branches of Beauty culture
taught by expert Instructors, for full In
formation write 41 Selllng-Hlrscb Bldg.
Phone Main 4337.
HORSES and MULES
Bought. Sold and Exchanged.
We are the old reliable Arm that hn alwayi
itood for square dealing1. We guarantee all stock
as represented. We rent by the day. week or
month; with or without harness. Call, write or
North Portland Horse A Mult Co. Union
Stock Yards, North Portland, Oregon,
4x6 Phoh ot your BABY
In 01 BIRTHDAY Month
Phone Main 1571
100 fngtr PMg.
Old-time Power of God
129 Fourth St., Portland, Or.
Telephone Bdr KM
Charges 50 Years Old
record of the package In question and
betlevei the transaction must bave
been made wltb the old I'aclflc Ki
press company. The unique letter has
been forwnrded to company beodquar
ters, where It will probably be kept as
All domestic pigeons are descended
from one species, the Blue Rock. There
Actual At Photo
t I US It 3rd St
aaaeeasaawawaj Btlwm Aldir at Morrlfn
The Bob Shoppe
When In Portland have
your hHlr cut at the
kB SHOPPE. Mar-
J A cellim. Curling.
A , Experts I
Hotel Portland Hotel ilultnoraaa
Mary Elizabeth Shop
Facial and Scalp Treatment.
Marcelling, Permanent Wave,
Children. Hair Cutting, Hair
Dyeing. Tourist Booth Service
THE WASHINGTON CLOAK-SUIT HOUSE
168 Wash. St., Between M and 4th. -I
aitlae' Coats-Suits, U.M Dresses. $7 50.
LaUIES 8iikUiM.tl.0O. Ask about cur Spe
cial Payment Plan and tree paste after. Meav
boa this ad.
A'DOR'MEE BEAUTY SHOPPE
Marcelling Facial and Scalp Treatment
Our Service will aatiefy you.
We are open evenings, 6th dt Salmon Sts.
Opp. Central Auto Park, 20 Terminal
Baths, alnks. toilets, basins, boilers.
pipe, valves and fittings. Prices reason
Standard Plumbing Heating ce.
East th and Morrison Sta. Portland, Or.
DR. ABRAMS SYSTEM
For all Chronic Diseases, Madison Blag.
fijbUrt BARBER COLLIOl
Teaches trade In t weeaa. some pay
while learning. Positions secured. Writ
for catalogue. 134 Burnalde street, l-'ort-land.
Larry Sullivan, zizu H. nroaaway,
Portland. Telephone Main 1740.
Guaranteed Horn Treatment fer Goitre
Our nrescrlDtlon la not a patent medi
cine but the result of years of study and
experience in the treatment of Ooltre. It
contains no narcotics nor habit forming
drugs nor anything that Is in any way
Injurious to the human system. We re
fund every dollar you pay 11 we fall te
get satisfactory results for you.
Jonneon uioya, orancn managers
21 Cham, of Com. Bldg., Portland, Ore.
MILLIONS FOR RESEARCH
Washington. Funds for research
work In ninny fields. Including excava
tions in the holy city of the ancient
Mnya people li Mexico, have been pro
vided for by the Carnegie institution,
which hna appropriated $1,200,000 fot
next .vein's budget. The Maya ex
plorntlons will he mnde at Clilchen
ItJin, In MpxIco. Dr. Sylvester G. Mor
ley will he In charge o! the work,
which if expected to reveal new facts
about idddlp American antiquity.
Digs Own Grave and Dies
York, Pa. Edmond H. Kehlbaugh,
ninety-eight years old, who recently
dug his own grave and had erected a
tombstone on the Duriai plot, was
found dead In bed by his daughter,
with whom he lived. Coroner L. U.
Zech pronounced death due to apo
plexy. He was burled In the grave he
dug wltb bis own hands.
Bathtubs are provided In most pub
lic schools In Swedea
Paid Man to Murder Mate
Rhelms, France. Charged with pay
ing a mnn $1,000 and giving htm a
suit of clothes for killing her husband,
Mme. Celestlne Cl.uusslmaud is on
trlul for murder. The man who killed
her husband also U held for trial.
One of the Canary islands possesses
rnlntree of the laurel species which
sheds a copious shower of pure water
from Its foliage every evening. The
nntlves use the water for drinking and
Incubation of Goose Eggs.
The period of Incubation of goose
eggs varies from 28 to 30 days. The
first eggs usually are set under hens,
while the last eggs which the goose
lays may be hatched either under hens
or under , the goose If she becomes
Attention to Pullets.
Pullets are the money-makers for
the next year. They will give their
highest and most economical produc
tion In their first year and demand
care at this time.
Ess Within an Egg
Paragould. Ark.-Mrs. Sam Thorn-
ason, 440 East Garland street, while
preparing a meal broke an egg to be
uBed in the cooking and to her sur
prise found Inside the large shell
three smaller eggs, each of which was
covered with a shell of Its own. No
yolk was disclosed In the large shell.
The three eggs are now on display at
a local store.
Beauty Is a veil that bides many
Puppy Saved From Flan.es
Kansas City. A wall from the
Interior of a burning building In the
downtown district here recently caused
the cry to ito un that a woman wa
trapped In the flames. L. R. Brad
ford, tiremtin. volunteered to attempt
a rescue and dashed Into the blaring
building. After holding hundreds of
spectators In suspense for a short tlmr
he emerged wltb a diminutive puppy.
costs more to be stingy than
i he charitable.
16,000 Tourists in Alp
Berne. Winter svorts are flourish
Ing In Switzerland this year, and as a
result the number f winter tourists
has reached a toia! of lfl.OOO, 6,000
more ihmi Iiimi xcufiii. The visitors
Include 4.000 Geru.uus, 2.000 English
and T.'iO Americans
Dustless Pavement Types
The extent to which the dustless
tyi"S of pavement are being adopted
Is shown by testimony given recently
before the senate mmmlttp on post
offices snd pit mails at Washington
by Thomas II. Macrtonald, chief of the
United States bureau of public mads,
whose itahulatlons showed that 107
federal aid projects completed and
paid for to May 25 last year were
roads built of bituminous materials.
These highways were constructed In
Alsbsms, Atltona, Arkansas and Cal
I YOU NEVER KNOW
By DOUGLAS MALLOCH
ALONG the Journey here and there
You often find a flow'r,
Just anytime or anywhere,
No special place or hour.
They aren't planted in a row;
You never guess, you never know ;
Around a bend a fellow goes,
And right ahead he sees a rose.
You never know: Within a ditch
A Illy may unfold.
Or cowslips make a meadow rich
With all their yellow gold.
The road Is rough, but oftentimes
Around a rock an ivy climbs,
And 'many a weary eye has met
Beside a stone, a violet -
God sows His blessings like Els seeds,
No special hour or place;
The moment of our saddest needs
We often see His face.
In hours of Joy and hours of care.
Just any time and anywhere.
His fairest flow'rs He. seems to sow
Along life's road you never know.
(O by HoClure Newspaper Syndicate.)
bj F. J. WALLER
TTPON the erect shoulders of the
hnva' nnd tha frlile rtt tha nrnsonr
must later fall the mantle of responsi
bility worn now by their parents.
The old folk have long played the
leading role. They are gradually be
ing Incapacitated by the burden of
years, weighing heavier upon them as
the clock ticks off the weeks and
In a little while father and mother
will give way to the younger genera
tion, sit passively In their easy chairs
and dream of the days that have gone,
as did those who blazed the way be
The sun shines as brightly as It did
a generation ago; the larks sing as
blithely; the flowers bloom as gayly
and Dan Cupid Is JuBt as alluring with
his chuckling laughter and seductive
And certainly the seasons come and
go with their punctilious regularity,
but each day there push to the front
new groups of men and women anxious
to take their part In the tyirld drama.
The strange emotions that accom
pany the birth of power are much
alike the world over. Ideas and Ideals
have but slight variations.
Men think of pursuits and profes
sions; women of homes and wifely du
ties. Some go forth like children ven
turlng Into the dark ; others strike out
boldly and arc caught by the whirlpool
and hurled upon the rocks.
It often happens that those selected
by the fates to become leaders are In
the beginning the most timorous, yet
a consciousness of importance does
not overwhelm them.
They are great-hearted and have
within them the capabilities of accom
plishing great things.
And this Is the usual mental atti
tude of those who are qualified to take
up the heavier burdens and march on
till the end of their duys without com
plaint. Having been well brought up,
they are strong In body and sunny In
They fall at once Into their rightful
place and take up their duties with
the precision of soldiers who have
just come from an exacting drlllmas-
What their parents did only 20 or 25
years ago, tbey have resolved shall be
continued and. If possible, be done
better, so that the men and women of
the future may go to loftier heights In
thought, and In all manner of progres
(A by UeClure Nswspsper Syndicate.)
?he Younrf Lady
J Across the War
The young lady across the way says
Europe Is making some progress to
ward a peaceful solution of her aim
cultles, but she fears It will be a long
time yet before complete pandemo
nium reigns ajraln.
S r McOsue Neweeaser Si .SicateJ
REVISED TAX BILL
Wi IK SENATE
Vote of 69 to 15 Cast on Re
24 INCOME LEVY CUT
Request for Veto by President Is Hint
ed by Leaders Unless Changes
- Are Made in Conference.
Washington, D. C. Stripped almost
of every vestige of the Meilon plan
and clothed In the democratic pro
gram, the tax reduction bill was pass
ed Saturday by the senate, 69 to 15.
It now goes to conference for ad
justment of differences with the
house. Republican senate organiza
tion leaders admitted Otey would
recommend veto ot the measure by
President Coolidge if It was not trans
formed by the conference.
The president had asked congress
for the Mellon plan. Although his
views were not made known on the
bill passed by the house, which car
ried only the remnants of the Mellon
scheme, he has voiced specific opposi
tion to some of the provisions insert
ed in the senate.
The senate bill goes practically as
far In general tax revision as that
passed by the house. It provides gen
A 25 per cent reduction in Income
taxes payable this year.
Repeal or reduction of most ot the
special excise and miscellaneous taxes.
A 60 per cent permanent cut in
the taxes on Incomes belcw $8000 and
a general reduction In the taxes on
higher incomes. The maximum sur
tax rate would be cut from 60 to 40
A 25 per cent reduction on earned
incomes up to f 10,000.
Administration leaders opened their
attack on the bill Just before passage,
and 15 republicans voted against it
while three others were paired against
Chairman Smoot of the senate fi
nance committee declared the senate,
in remodeling the bill, had cut taxes
by 1111,154,000 beyond the reductions
recommended by the committee, and
that as a result "instead ot a $50,000,
000 treasury deficit next year under
its operation, the government faces a
$161,000,000 deficit 'which will be In
creased to $475,000,000 it the pending
extra appropriations become law."
Senators Moses, Mow Hampshire,
and Brandegee, Connecticut, repub
licans, served notice that "In view ot
the total destruction of the Mellon
plan," they would not support the
measure finally unless It was trans
formed in conference.
AVAIATOR MARTIN SAFE;
PLANE HITS MOUNTAIN
Cordova, Alaska. Major Frederick
L. Martin and Staff, Sergeant Alva L
Harvey, round-tho-world flyers, miss
ing since April 30, when they loft
Chlgnik, Alaska, for Dutch harbor, In
the seaplune Seattle, walked into Port
Moller, 100 miles west of Chlgnik,
Saturday night, according to a wire
less message received here from that
point via St. Paul Island.
The two men were In good health,
though exhausted, and roported that
their plane had been wrecked an hour
and a halt after they bad left Chlgnik,
when, their vision obscured by a fog,
the plane had crashed head-on Into
a mountain peak. Both Major Martin
and Sergeant Harvey escaped unhurt
from the wrecked plane.
Tbey rescued a few ot their records
and food rations from the debris and
started on a long tramp down the
mountainside toward the north Pacific
After many hardships they finally
reached a trapper's cabin, situated on
the southern tip ot Port Moller bay,
l"Bt Wednesday rooming, where they
obtained food and a warm place to
sleep. They were utterly exhausted
from the seven-day tramp under severe
weather conditions and they rested
three dnys In the cabin. The flyers,
feeling refreshed In mind and body,
walked to the beach and were able
to flash the first message ot their
safety to the world aftur being re
ported missing ten dnys.
Pilar Reaches Bangkok.
Bangkok, Biam. Another success
ful jump on his flight from Paris to
Toklo was made by Lieutenant Pel
lutler Dolsy, the French aviator. Bet
ting out from Rangoon, whence be had
flown from Calcutta Balurday, after a
brief delay In the latter city to make a
few repairs to hl machine, the flier
reached Bangkok safely Sunday after
noon. He Intends to take off Monday
morning for his next stop at Hanoi
after jevery meal
Cleanses month and
teeth and aids digestion.
Relieves that over
eaten leellng and acid
Its 1-a-s-t-l-n-g flavor
satlsllea txte craving tor
a wee law
Wrlgley's Is doable
value In the benefit and
pleasure It provICes.
Stolid &( Purity
We all make mistakes, but thank
goodness the other fellow's always
looks worse to us than our own.
The man who can read a woman
like a hook should not skip the intro
duction. Boston Transcript.
When Butter Was Cheap.
Butter was used by the ancients at
times as fuel.
He Had Been There.
Teacher "What does the busy bee
teach us, Charlie?" Charles "Not to
go too near the hive." Philadelphia
First Can Opener.
The first can opener, made neces
sary by the growth of the canning In
dustry, brought its inventor a largo
Mrs. Myrtle Myers
Advice For Mothers
Read What This Mother Saya
Salem, Oreg. "I was advised to
take Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip
tion during my first expectant period.
It was such a comfort and means
of strength that I took it the second
and the third time. All through
the days of expectancy I was able
to do my work right tip to the
last without any feeling of discom
fort. It is only right for me to tell
of the benefit I derived from the
use of the 'Favorite Prescription'
and I think it is the best remedy
for expectant mothers that has bceit
put within our reach. For the Bake
of suffering mothers T am willinst
to have my testimonial published.'
Mrs. Myrtle Myers, 1507 Oak St.
Your health is your most valuable
asset. So why not get this Pre
scription today from your druggist,
or write Dr. Pierce, President of
the Invalids' Hotel in BuITalo, N. Y.,
for free medical advice or send 10c
for a trial pkg, of tablets,
If you wish to know whothtir ho
coaches the track team or has the
chair of history look at his salary
check. Duluth Herald,
Mother Love Supreme.
Tho myslery of a mother's love, the
sensitiveness of her sympathy, the
vaHtness of vision of her intuition, tho
sublimity ot her self-sacrifice can nev
er be surpassed. Dr. Alexunder Lyons.
At Least, One May Attempt.
The poorest tuno or hymn that ever
was Bung is bettor than no tune and
no hymns. It is better to sing than
to be dumb, however poor tho singing
may be. Henry Ward Bcccher.
Largest American River.
The largest river under the Ameri
can flag Is the Yukon, In Alaska. It
is navigable for more than 2,000 miles.
Burned With Love.
Headline In Chicago Tribune:
'Says Husband Sat on Stove to Be
Near Cook." Boston Transcript.
seed lot heby's clothe., will keep them
sweet esd seowy-wtilt. tmtll worn out
Try M end see lor yourself. At
Buelneee Cotieee Plecee Graduates In
Kurort any time ot year. Writ, for free
lurrMf cataliic. Fourta aod lamhUI,
P. N. U.
No. 20, 1924