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15th and YamhilL Portland. Oreaon.
G. G. APPLEGATH
rot carry we of
815 EAST ELEVENTH ST.
BUTTER ICE CREAM
MUTUAL CREAMERY CO., Portland.
We Specialize in
Hides, Pells, Wool, Mohair, Tallow, Cascara,
Oregon Grape Root Goat Skins, Horse Hair
Writ for Shipping Tare t latest Price Liat
Portland Hide & Wool Co.
101 lMON AVENUE NORTH, PORTLAND, OREDON.
Branch at Pucatelio, Idaho
Removed without injury to the akin by Ney-Born
Depilatory, yum pie on request. Ney-Born Lab
oratories, 519 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.
Buttons, (Scolloping, Pearl-Plcot Edge,
Wide Hemstitching, Embroidery, Button
Holes. All work guaranteed.
Smith Pleating and Button Worka,
823 Morgan Bldg., Portland, Ore.
DR. R. W. DONOHUE
SECOND AND MORRISON
HORSES and MULES
Bought, Sold and Exchanged.
Wf are the old reliable firm that has always
Stood for Bciuara dealing. We guarantee all stock
as represented. We rent by the duy, week or
month; with or without harness. Call, write or
North Portland Horse & Mule Co., Union
Stock Yards, North Portland, Oregon.
Empire 0121. ,
For Weak Kidneys and Inflammation
of the Bladder.
Price 25c a Box
We pay the
62W-54 North Sixth St., PORTLAND, ORE
Oregon Luggage Co
SPECIAL PRICES on TRUNKS, BAGS, SUIT
CASES. 110 Sixth St.. Next Columbia Theater
SHOES I -Boys Otilftttr: lAMM
886 A Morrison, opposite Olds, vv ortman 4b King
THE WASHINGTON CLOAK-SUIT HOUSE
2B8 Wash. St., Between 3rd and 4th.
I nrl'llt!' Coats-Suits. $14.85 Dresses, S7.50.
LdUIGO HilL. H,.a 41 no. Auk about our Spe
cial Pavment Plan' and free photo offer. Men
tion this ad.
Set of CQ.00
I We guarantee material
- and workmanship.
Painless extraction of
a. u kia 9rt vtnri In
the same location. U. S. DENTISTS, UM Wasa-
lnrton cor. Second. Portland, ureson.
When You Have
and have spent enough
money for drug medi
cines that have pro
duced no results, In
cases of Stomach, Kid-
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 back to New
Life, Health and MapplnesB wun
M ARCELL8 MIRACLE MINERAL
Address, Marcell, the Nature Man,
901 W. Lombard 8t Portland, Ore.
PI.... mention thin naoer.
Old-time Power of God
129 Fourth St.. Portland, Ore
Telephone Bdy CM
Los Angeles Policeman
Los Angeles, Cal.-Keceiving a mes
sage Inquiring as to the whereabouts
of Herbert It. Reynolds, described s
beneficiary of a $.500,000 estate n
Philadelphia, police officials here dis
covered the man sought la a member
of their force and called him off a
beat he was traveling In Hollywood.
Reynolds heard the news without en
thusiasm and declined to tell reporters
tow it feels to be rich. He said the
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OFFERS A MARKET
Complets Chsnse Beturdsy. Adults, Wwk
017 Matinee, 200; EreniaM, 4ilc. Conttua-
' 11 p. m. Children 10 ossts ill timea.
Fireproof American Plan
Portland's Oldest f UR House
Remodeling, Repairing, Storage.
129 Tenth Street, near Wuhinston.
Best of Everything
What your local grocer does
U. Mayer & Co., lo mm
Mall Orderi Solicited
AVIATION- GS ST
Individual Instruction by ax-Army Instructor.
Portland Aircraft Construction Co.
Cut, eeam, hem and machine
pleat skirts ready for band.
Hemstltchlnr. Dleotln and tucklnr.
EASTERN NOVELTY MFQ. CO.
85H Fifth Street Portland, Ore.
Hemstitching Buttons Covered.
165H Tenth St., Portland
Sanitary Beauty Parlors We fix you up.
we make all kinds of Hair Goods of your
combings. Join our School of Beauty Cul
ture, 4UU to 414 Dekum Bldg., phone
Broadway eao2, Portland, Oregon.
AUT08 WITHOUT DRIVERS
Larry Sullivan. 212V, S. Broadway,
Portland. Telephone Main 8740.
Rebuilt second hand batteries, (10.00.
46 Grand Avenue, Portland.
Will bring you relief. It's the modern
method. You cannot possess good health
with an Impaired nervous system. Drs.
Duckworth and Masten, all modern drug
less methods used, 215 Swetland Bldg.,
nun ana wasnington, romana.
CAMERA AND KODAK REPAIRING
Adolph W. Harr, Abington Big., Portland.
Complete Line Bottlers' Supplies
Portland Beverage Sply Co., 431 Stark
CUT FLOWERS A FLORAL RESIGNS
Clarke Bros., Florists, 287 Morrison St.
DR. ABRAM8 SYSTEM
For ajl Chronic Diseases, Madison Bldg.
Charles S. Wollln. Suite 702-703 Selling
Building, Portland, Oregon,
New Flowers and Feathers made to order.
20 years established. We guarantee all
work. Old fine feathers cleaned. Hartness
Feather & Flower Shop, 886ft Washing
ton EL '
WABASH. Rooms 60c. 204 Madison 8t.
Fertiliiers 125.00. Red Ash Seed Co.
Vancouver, Wn. "Fertilize With Brains.'
THE LUCILE BEAUTY SCHOOL
The Luclle method makes you a real
marceller. AH branches of Beauty culture
taught by expert Instructors. For lull in
formation wrJte 41 Selling-Hlrsch Bldg.
Phone Main 4337.
MOLER BARBER COLLEGE
Teaches trade in 8 weeks. Some Bay
while learning. Positions secured. Write
for catalogue. 234 tturnslde street, port-
Made to measure, 467 Washington St.
If you are troubled with Appendicitis
or Stomach Trouble, write Hizs Company,
Portland, Oregon, for free information in
German or English.
PAINTS AND WALLPAPER
Miller Paint Co., 172 First St.
PERFECTO TRUN'K MFG. CO.
Trunks, Auto Trunks to order.
and Pine, Portland, ure.
RYDER PRINTING CO.
Feature Printing for Less
192 Third Street Portland, Oregon
USED CASH REGISTERS
Scales, Electric Coffee Mills, Show
CaseB, Butchers' Plsnlav Case.
BOXER TRADING CO.,
129 First St. Portland, Oregon
Tel. BRoadway 7438
Baths, sinks, toilets, basins, boilers,
pipe, valves ana lutings, rnces reason
Standard Plumbing Heatlna
East 6th and Morrison Sts. Portland, Or.
West Park and Morrison Sts.
Take D-M car at pepot to
West Park Street
The Beet Located Hotel In
CLEANING AND DYEING
For reliable Cleaning aaa Dye
ing servioe send paroela te as.
We pay return postage. Inforav
ation and prices siveo npea re
quest. ENKBTS CITY DVB WORKS.,
Established 1890. Pertland. Ore
Foreign and Domestic
Kafoury Bros., 883 Alder St.
PELTON sary,eb0rinq NECB'
RINP. TOps on
D.dVW. Distributor for Ford at Forrison
Our Garage Does All Repair Work
Smith & Gaines, burnside
Abdominal Supnortere Arck
Supports. Send for mM
uritig blank a,
LauDaris Drug Co.
173 Third St.. Portland, Ore
Heir to $500,000 Estate
estate was that of his father-in-law,
the late Mangus H. Brown.
She Has Had 19 Babies
Oconto, Wis. The stork brought ths
nineteenth baby to the borne of Peter
Shallow, prosperous farmer of Little
River, Just north of this city. Of the
nineteen children born to the Shallow
family, thirteen are living. The fam
ily has had four sets of twins.
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WITCH TEG'S S0N
VACO, 'e son of old Witch Teg,
who lived on the mountain side,
wanted to be rich. He did not want to
live In a cave with his Witch Mother,
though she did everything within the
power of her magic arm to make him
It was not, however, In the power
of Witch Teg to give gold to her son,
or to any one else.
Stones she could change Into ani
mals or mountains Into rocks and
trees, and It was whispered she had
changed more than one into the shape
of a wild animal.
So when her son asked for gold that
he might become rich and live In a
"Soon I'll Be a Rich Man, Mother,"
palace Witch Teg knew she could not
grant his wish.
There was one thing she could do,
snd that was to help him get money,
and this she did by .changing the big
rocks around her mountain cave Into
fat pigs which Xaeo drove to the mar
ket and sold for gold. .
Soon the gold began to pile up In
the corner of the cave, for Yaco's pigs
were the finest In the market and
brought the highest prices.
"Soon I will b a rich man, mother,"
Bald Yaco one day, "and I shall live In
a palace, and when you see me riding
In my coach with fcrur prancing horses
you will be proud of your son."
Witch Teg listened with downcast
eyes, for she began to understand that
this selfish son had no thought of her,
but would leave her as soon as he was
rich enough to satisfy his greed.
Reflections oj a
Btj HELEN ROWLAND
THE same woman may be a goddess
in s hnw a tumntatlnn to a mar.
rled man and a menace to a bachelor.
No man Is ripe for matrimony until
his heart has been broken at least
once ; and the first girl who threw him
over Is an angel In disguise.
Every man believes that woman's
"sphere" is marriage; but that a girl
should never, never think about It, ex-
cept in the beautiful abstract, until
some man mentions It to her.
True love says, "Love me or I suf
fer!" Infatuation says, "Love me or
I'll make YOU suffer!"
Forty-five Is the magic age at which
a man has Just begun to LIVE-when
he still retains all his teeth, some of
his hair, the outlines of his youthful
figure, and most of his really worth
while Illusions, but has shed most of
his egoism, his cynicism, his foolish
dreams, and all his Impossible expec
tatlons of life. ,
Youth's Idea of "success" consists In
covering the course (of life) with the
fewest possible strokes (of effort).
In China, a wife can be divorced In
half a minute for talking too much,
Oh, Reno, where Is thy sting I
Somehow, a girl In breeches only
seems to look more glrly I
(Copyright by Helen Rowlani.)
A LINE 0 CHEER
By John Kendrlck Bangs.
THERE may be floweri In the
But sometimes on the city
Amid the surge of weedy yields
A rare bloom I chance to
Some flower of childhood on the
Of pain, with eyes like violets,
Whose laughter eases the dark
Of all lte trials and regrets;
Some flower of womanhood that
Down to the arid depths of
And like some lovely human rose
With beatrty veils the sorrow
(Q by UcClure Newspaper Syndicate.)
If Xaco had seen his mother's eyes
his answer, to her question would per
haps have been more guarded, but he
didn't, and so when Witch Teg asked,
And how shall I be able to see so
flu a person as you will be, when you
drive' out In such style? You cannot
drive up the side of the mountain."
"Oh, you can sit at the foot of the
mountain some day and I will drive
past, replied the ungrateful xaco.
"You will not expect me to notice you,
ef course, for I could not have a witch
for my mother, you know, and live in
"No, no," answered the witch, "that
would never do." But she did not In
tend that ber selfish son should leave
her to live In a cave while he rode
about In a beautiful conch ashamed to
own her for his mother.
One morning when Yaco started for
market the pigs he drove before him
were the plumpest and finest he had
pvnr driven down the mountain and
Yaco thought of the gold he would
bring back to add to his store.
Yaco did not know that his mother,
before the sun was up and while the
mountain was yet misty In the early
morning, had gone part way down the
mountain and, stretching out her bony
arms and hands, had caused water to
run over the rocks and form a brook.
If he had he would not have guessed
the reason, but his witch mother was
making sure her son could not leave
her. She knew that all charms are
broken when the one upon whom the
spell Is cast steps Into running water.
Yaco she had formed from an ugly
black rock that stood by her doorway,
and now she would let him take his
Slowly down tli mountainside Witch
Teg watched her son driving his pigs.
For a minute Yaco stopped when he
saw the water. Then, seeing It was
not deep, he drove the pigs In. Be
fore his astonished eyes they resumed
their former shape a heap of stones.
Yaco stepped In to touch the stones
and Instantly he became one of them,
only big, black snd ugly Just the
shape h had been when Witch Teg
changed him Into the son of a witch.
The village folks at the foot of the
mountain point out the black rock
and call It the Witch's Son because It
Is shaped like the head of a man, but
they do not know that once It was
Yaco, the son of Witch Teg, who was
ashamed of his witch mother.
(IB by McClure Newspaper Syndicate.)
By MILDRED MARSHALL
Facts about roar earns i Its hirteryi
eaeaaaaffl wHeaee 11 was derlvedi eta
aJficaaeei rour kicky dajr, Uteky Jewel
T?LLA Is an elfin name. Its scource
a-' lies in Fairyland, where the plves,
or white spirits, were supposed to be
gifted shadowy beings given to lnflu-
enclng strangely the lives of mortals.
Jilla means "ell's rnena."
The elf king was called Elberlch,
Ills fairy kindred and their popularity
In England and Ireland, established
the use of elf names early In history,
Everyone remembers Aelfglfu, the un
fortunate Elglva, whose beauty was
like the fairy gift which her name sig
nifies, and brought ruin upon herself
and her husband.
Aelfwlne (elf darling), daughter of
of Souftmpt011f WM Knut
first wife. A bishop of Lichfield was
called Aelfwlne, but he preferred to
be addressed as Aella. This Is the
flrst appf,aran(.e of Ellgi and u Beemg
curious that It should have been of a
Aella, as It was then spelled, named
the sponsor for the execution of Rag-
nar Lodbroz. and It was Aelle of
Deira whose name caused Gregory
the Great to say that "AUeluJa" should
be sung In those regions.
Ella Is much used In this country,
but her significance Is so little known,
that her popularity must be attributed
to harmony of sound,
The opal is Ella's tallsmanlc gem,
but the fairy, which popular supersti
tion declares Is Imprisoned within the
stone, must be a good fairy, for Ella
Is promised many friends, success and
much happiness. Friday Is her lucky
day and 2 her lucky number.
( by Wheeler Syndicate, Ine.)
(8 by McClure Newspaper Syndicate.)
la I 'U'ar-j-nap
Marshfield. Work on the Coos bay
jetties .will start soon after July 1,
when the big rock quarries on North
Coos river will be delivering the first
Mill City. The daily vacation Bible
school of the Presbyterian church now
has an enrollment of 125 pupils, and
all are taking an active Interest in
the work. "
Salem. There was a small gain in
all lines of insurance written In the
state during the year, according to the
sixteenth annual report of Will Moore,
Salem. The state of Oregon suf
fered a fire Joss In 1923 of approxi
mately $10,000,000, according to the
annual report of Will Moore, state fire
marshal. This Bum makes a per capita
loss of $11.25.
Madras. Rain which fell here has
increased the farmers' prospects for
a fair crop materially. Although more
rain is needed to make an- average
yield, farmers have more hope than
they had the past month.
Newberg. The safe of the post of
fice and store at Sprlngbrook, two
miles from Newberg, was rifled at 3
o'clock Suntluy afternoon of currency,
believed to have aggregated $500.
Marshfield. The Winchester Bay
Lumber company is making extensive
improvements in Its mill with the ob
ject of enlarging .its output. Log and
deck machinery are the prlnclpat in
stallations, and a Johnson shaper at
tachment is being put in to save lum
ber. Clatskanie. Preliminary plans were
made at a meeting in Birkenfeld last
week toward organization of a pion
eers' society of the Nehalem valley.
Only those who took up government
homesteads In the Nehalem prior to
1890 will be eligible, according to pres
The Dalles. Wasco county saved it
self $40,000 on one bit of highway
work alone, when It rejected a con
tractor's bid for construction of the
Wrentham Market road and decided
to do the work Itself, a check of Coun
ty Rondmaster Marx's figures showed
Sheridan. Bids for the local South
ern Pacific station agent will close on
June 26. On that date the oldest per
son in the service of the company bid
ding for the post will receive the as
signment, The vacancy was created
by the transfer of R. K. Montgomery
Eugene. Donley Turvey of Medford
was killed Sunday afternoon when a
motorcycle and sidecar In which he
was riding ran off the grade near
Mapleton, west of Eugene, according
to reports received here. E. T. Stan
wood, who was riding with Turvey
suffered minor injuries,
Eugene. Frank E. Taylor of Thur
ston will be Lane county's next sheriff,
succeeding Fred G. Stlckels, whose
resignation takes effect July 1. Mem
bers of the county cpurt stated that
they had agreed upon the appoint
ment of Taylor, but that the official
order had not yet been mads.
Eugene. Lane county's bumper
crop of cherries is finding a market
in many parts of the Pacific coast sec
tion. Several local buyers are ship
ping to Los Angeles and other parts
of California, while one is shipping
large quantities to the canneries at
Sulem and to other points on the coast.
Clatskanie. Donaldson Bros, ot
Shelton, Wash., have purchased the
Clatskanie Electric company plant and
equipment - and will take possession
immediately. The Clatskanie Electric
company was a subsidiary of the
North Pacific Public Service company
of Tacoma. Donaldson Bros, are for
mer owners of the Shelton plant.
Eugene. Dr. and Mrs. D. L. Woods
of this city Sunday celebrated their
63d wedding anniversary at their home
at College Crest. The day was not
marked by any special entertainment,
but was quietly observed by the aged
couple, who had Invited a few friends
to their home. Dr. and Mrs. Woods
were married at Mecklln, Mo., June
22, 1861. Dr. Woods is 85 and Mrs.
Woods 82. They are the parents of
Major LeRoy Woods and L. L. Woods,
both of this city.
Marshfield. Governor' Plorce, ac
cording to Jack Kronenberg of Ban
don, will Bee that the Coqullle-Bandon
highway does not lack for funds to
complete It, although Coos county has
failed in voting match money to equal
the state's expenditures this summer.
Bandon has been Isolated while other
portions of the county have been well
served through various bond Issues.
It was expected the failure to vote
bonds to match the state funds might
embarrass the work.
AH Sizes, Prices, Terms. Also Used and
Re-built Trucks. Write for Catalog.
BADLEY SMITH CO.,
9th and Burnslde Portland, Ore.
4x6 PAofo e nour BABY
ht Ui BIRTHDAY JtfonW
Btrwn Attn et Morrtmt
r 1' Wl.o'csame tr ennVr Jrnt rhjht
ICnCllUS by cuos who , ..(,.,. iiiWALMo
luncheon served dally mat eaaaa
be exoelled. Park Street betweea
Washington and Aides.
DCCUCC 1110 Ceuoh
FI8H nLLILO, lllUl jM
DECKER BU8INESS COLLEGE
Vour "TEETH" SLEEP" While We Work
Our Reputation Is our greatest asset.
Dr. Keens, !514 Washington St., Portland .
AMERICAN BEAUTY SCHOOL
Experts in all lines of Beauty Work,
lit Medical Bldg.. Portland, Oregon.
"FOR WOMEN BY WOMEN"
Women's Employment Bureau
He!oofall kinds, 409 YamhiU Btreet
"ZENITH CARBURETOR SALES A
Crlts Super Pressure Lubricating System
10TH AND DAVIS STS., PORTLAND
SALESMEN EARN fSD.OD DA1LT selling
NOGAR Clothing Suits, $12.60 made to
measure. Will outwear three ordinary
suits. ADSOIUieiy eyr.ne. P""I'
fire resistant. Write for Selling Plan.
WE WRECK AUTOS and TRUCKS
Parts Sold at
Write or Call
DAVID HODES CO., Inc.
Everything from a bolt te sa engine.
Grand Ae., (ir. East Salman St., PenM On
You Want a Good Position
Very well Take the Accountancy & Business
Management, Private Secretarial. Calculator
Comtometor, Stenographic, Penmanship, or Com
mercial Teachers' Course at
The foremodt Buairume College of the Northwest
which has won more Accuracy Awards and Gold
Medals than any other school in America. Send
for our Success Catalog. Fourth Street near Mor
rison, Portland, Ore. Isaac M. Walker, President
Superstition and the Owl.
The owl, with Its curdling cry, has
always been regarded with supersti
tion as a forerunner ot calamity. The
Indians shrink from the cry of the
horned owl. Shakespeare refers to It
as the bird of evil omen.
Dowries for Titled Foreigners.
It is said that the daughters ot 500
of America's richest men have mar
ried titled foreigners and that their
aggregate dowry falls little Bhort of
three-quarters of a billion dollars. In
Chinese scales In music were called
pentatonic or five-toned scales. Each
tone was name thus: Emperor, Prime
MJnlster, Subject People, State Affairs
and Picture of the Universe.
He Probably Used a Flivver,
The first man has been diBcovorod
again, this time down In Patagonia.
We wonder whether he rode there
from Java In an airplane or on a raft?
Detroit Free Press.
Philadelphia Made Pattern.
Philadelphia was the first of mod
ern municipalities whose plan was pre
pared for a particular site, and the
rectangular plan there adopted has
guided city planning in America ever
Mrs. L, M. Barnes
Are You an Ailing Woman?
Why Not Enjoy Health?
Salem, Orctj "For about three
years I was m very poor health.
I was suffering with feminine weak
ness which was brought on thru
motherhood. I became very thin
and was nervous, could not sleep,
and my appetite was poor. I suf
fered all the time with aches and
pains, especially backaches and bear
ing pains. 1 was a physical wreck.
I knew, of Dr, Peirce s Favorite Pre
scription thru my mother. I de
cided to give it a trial and it relieved
me of all my weakness .and so com
pletely brought back my health that
I have never had to take any medi
cine since, and have kept well and
strong." Mrs, L, M. Barnes, 1415
Start at once with this "Prescrip
tion" and see how quickly you pick
tip feel stronger and better. Write
Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel in Buf
falo, N. Y-, for free advice or send
10c for trial pkg, tablets.
used for baby's clothes, will keep them
sweet and snowy-white until worn out.
Try It and see for yourself. At tram
P. N. U.
No. 28, 1924