The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, October 29, 1911, Page 13, Image 13

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    THL OKIISO:! SU.'iDAY JOIMIN'AL rORTLA?iD. SUKPAV I.'ORN'IKQ. OCTOIiHR V. Hit
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BIG DELEGATION .
, 10 HAKE IKIP 10
v EASTERHCOUfJTIES
Enfeebled Con&tion cf Iter
man, Morrow, Gilliam to Be
Inspected; Demonstration
Train to.Leave.
WILL -RELATE STOHr
OF MIS LAST SPREE
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tfitnm. Tmm -rai far iriiiauix
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Ileal arotfarilow will m eufc- ef fuel
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triaa wttt M ta for Ike Mai .
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4Jvatina4 fartnlac. l to a 4aa tot
maktn Ua4 IMI mtrmr mrrm aayiaia
bal akaat qvMlsl4 alia u, amail.r
crapa IMI raaatra aaara arMa j4
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la glvas Mat pporioaiir I Hra aya
af prlM-vtaaiaf auccwaa ,
fraaaaaaivattaa Tfala &aaa.'. ,
TM damoaalratloa Ulm U1 M ar
Ina iba ihraa cowaUaa a4 will earea
lma Artlbttaa on I ha avaaJnc af aoo
vaallaa day. It carrtaa Iba um af
iba a-rlcalUral'MUff wba raa t aft
at ry atop n4 mlntllat; lib craupa
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tsaviiaa IM TAl. C A. II I a rlarb
Uia irufi lla aaa Mra laa yra
a M aeUara4 I Via atlnaa a4. la
la rnl II laalay by aaui imml
, Tar a 4c4a aa aia WlUlaata aa
a lrllaa aalma. lla Ia4a4 I
bta Mitodiral apraca." Ilia Ual -mprmm
laal4 far alt araaaa la Kaaaa CUr.
IHirtaf IMI lima M 'Va- aa
lliat la tia afforu la "Valnl IM taaa
rad." Jit Iba vary Milam (
Mabary. A rraiamal aartaty af
bleb M aa a mnbmt took cMrct af
blaa M Lax4 fcim abara fct vauM
baa a rhaac la airaifhlae mp anaa
atara, lla Mraaia raacna4 It) CTiHal.
Ualir, TMI vaa about It ytara aa-
liaca Iba ha baa b-nt an tvanvaitat
nl a l-iurr. warning paoplt frota IM
pa lb at bad vuin
Ilia tddraaa thia aftaraaaa la a
rttal af aam af IM avaata af ittla Jaal
praa" a4 IM lawu II pel a la aat.
lla hms dellrarad Iba aMraa IIII
llmaa. lit dallvar4 II rrkUy alcbl al
prlnrfiald, Or abara a flhl aajnat
Ibt Mkaaa I briar vaf rrata Mra
ba will go la aalao o coaduot ravlval
tarvtoaa far Ihraa waaka la Iba iaaea
of paopla, lall ach and all tnaalrara
Juab bow la M auecaaafal la IM prac- l alawartal rharcb.
lcl operation of iba tpacUitr aach I " 1 '
.rlPr!r VJt.,. If. w . -?.l' ' ' l0" trala wia M raaarrad far IM aeur.
Wt a 1 u-L .7 1!:- J2" tlooUt. TM rator from Arlington
J.T. J1.. f1 Tr?,n WW earamaaca at 11 if a. m. Wadnaa-
r---r d. at i nar or ina nammaa a.9 wi.k - ,(m .t Tha DalUa ina a
lLaJ?:. :!,n. .1rrr'.jr?rlJ?' raauma af Iba Joumay at I p. n. la tlma
offlclala of iht ,0 rate Portland P-V Wadaaa.
rnrilMllv wVnn Ma tj laaaaa & A iBtiki 1
aay.
ON SHOPPING TOUR.
, f WED IN BIG STORE
company wba hara Intaraat and lnflu
anca la I ha davtlapiaaat af tha tribu tary
larrltory from wblcb Ira f no for Port
lajid la drawn.
Tbt damoaatratloa trala la to earry
., noa-t and cowa otiKkaaaad taaebla.
ry. .Jbart will M a pacbaat af.mUo
! nialM and anotbar paokara of flald I Kanaaa City. Kan.. Oct tl.Pradar
I tZ VT farmar. Alone otbtr Ick Abarhold tnd Capitola BmaJIay, of
X v . '"' ' w""w vaiiay-yaiia, a.an naa ion oaaa in-
tntr aaotba, had Inlrrfe. rtn.ny
Hon of Iba now Idaa. which la to raJat ln' m City to boy fuf-
in anuui cropa on (round not uaad for I mtura. . . .
I wbaat I Aftar tpaadlnt M?ara! houra buyln
la Talk. ' I yarloua artlcltt tbay cama to tha quaa-
Arttr tbt trl-county dtralopmrat oon-1 tlon of a carpat for tha living room,
vantlon la ovtr and tha datnonatraUoa I Frtd'a batrt btcamt aat on a pattern
train ha a paaaad by, tha Intaraat awak I that raaatnblad.a aunaaL Capitola waa
nan will b practically oonaanrad by a datarralntd aba waa going to havt
; man who will go throughout tht whola totnetblng aha likad. Bunaal carpota
of tht great area, flopping and talking were not In her lltt After a heated
with aach farmar concerning hit prob- argument Capitola had a brilliant Idea,
leant and handicapa, hla opportunltlea "All right," aaaanted Fred, when tha
i ana toe new Idea of Intenaive dryland I matter waa broached by Capitola, "they
. farming, producing many cropt in rola.- I teem to have everything elae here.
tlon. I'apott they'va got aome ona to hook ut
Tht work of thlt man will ba cortJ P. too." ,
tlnued throughout the year. Ha will I A floorwalker waa aaked where tht
eah by demonttratlng, and when tha minister waa kept Ha referred . tbt
air It held next year it It expected that couple to Cbeater I Jonea. Mr. Jonea
the attractlvt prlaet offered by. Port- proved hlmaelf equal to the occasion
land buslneii people and out of tha fund by calling a clerk and tending Mm to
garnered ry J. n. Teal will ba awarded tha llcenae clerk at the court nouee,
to boya and glrla ; who have ratted big with directona to return to hla offjea.
chlckena or to men who havt raited When the trio and the marriage llcenat
better wheat or havt been distinctively returned they found tha Rev. W. A.
auccenafut in hog raising, the arowlna? Rex. of St Paul't Reformed church.
of peat or beans or potatoes or alfalfa. I awaiting them. With the clerk and Mr. I
Because tht great Bherman-Morrow- Jonea at witnesses tha two wera mar-
Cllliam area la believed to be capable Had. When It wat all over, true love
of greatly increasing tht volume of had overcome Capitola's rug loving na-
Jortland'a . out of town - business, tha ture and they" took the flrat train back
commercial interests of Portland havt to Valley Falls.
been quick to follow tha lead of the - - v 1 ;i
trl-county development committee, and TUCCT CflDPCTU '
trie Commercial club is extending the I tlur I rUnuCIn - '
helping hand to a people who have cause - PAPPR TO I ITHP
for discouragement because of tha wan- V rni UMV laiiiu
ing production and' population. The , . ' ,
new .agricultural method it expected to Loa : Angelet, Oct 28. Tha queerest
change all this and make Sherman-Mor- newspaper ' aver printed In southern
row-Ullliam counties as productive at California Is this week'a Hsue of tht
the fertility, of the toll warrants their Bawtello Sentinel, which makes tta ap-
belng,
; loma of Tnott Wao Vffi Oo. V
Tht members of the. tri-county com
mittee ara R. B. Miller, J. N. Teal, 8. C.
Piar, J. Derkhelmer, ttwlght Edwards,
, A. F. Huggint, Q, F. Johnson, C. C.
.Chapman. .. -.-."..-' . :
The following list of names of those
Who wJU go on the excursion does not
pearanca with out the lottery's." Henry
Schults, county statistician, and editor
and publisher of the paper, makes an I
explanation -as follows: ..)- . . r .: - I
"At the time the Thentlnel . wath I
about half thet an evil dlthpothed thief I
entered thlth office and ' carried away i
ill our etheth, and for thlth reathon our!
thubthrlberth will have to do the very
include tha full list but indicates only eth they can in, reading thome' of tht
aruciem, wnicn are mepeiiou . in ius
manner which they may have noticed in
thlth1 announcement," v':: .''':,' --"A
1
joe
the number that have bought and paid
tor tickets :
N. A. Icach, Kerr. Glfford A Co.
William McKensie, Balfour. Guthrie &
jo.; w. a. juacKae, Bank of California
Ueorge W. Hoyt Merchants National
bank; Emery Olmstcad, Portland Trust
company; George J. Major, Fairbanks
Morse company; C. C, Chapman, Port
land Commercial club; W. M. Umbden
. r m. - t . . . .
H 5iU.UA, ' UlllUUCllBVUVa. UK. . ' ,
heiniw Wadhama & Co.; R.t M. Oooly
jr:. uooiy oc wo.j u. winsinger, tar
v Sand company; D. B. Thomas, capital-
1st; A. Q. Hugglns, Flelschner-Mayer
i company; A. H. Oevert, Closset St De-
f vers; Dwlght Edwards, Owlght Edwards
mpany; JU Allen lewin, Allen ; Lewis;
James Thompson, Wadhama . & Kerr
Bros.; B. Neustadter iVeustadter Bros.;
a C. 1 Pier, Marshall-Wells Hardware
? company; J. J.. Walter, capitalist; W.
H. Crawford, C. C. Moore & Co.; C L.
i Howe, Mitchell, Lewis & Staver; James
1 Bayer, John Deere Plow company; A.
'i H. Averlll, A. H. ; Averill , Machinery
s company; ' J. O. Humphry, Advance
f Thresher company; W. B. Wilson, Oliver
;! Chilled Plow works; L. A. Colton, Pa--,
clfle Paper company; H. E. Judge, Val-
voline Oil company; A. A. Bchell, Cnap
I man Advertising company;F. A. Itydtr,
. Ryder Advertising - agency; George D.
. Iee. ' Diamond Tire company; E. , O.
Crawford. Lumbermens National bank.
man Unas that tha members - of ' the
excursion go to Arlington Monday morn
ing by fast train. A aleeper for their
accommodation at Arlington over night I
will be ttnt up early Tuesday morning. I
. . Automatic Stabliirff.
An automatic stabiliser for aeroplanes
with which the French army Is experi
menting utilises a movable pressure
plata ; connected with compressed air
mechanism for manipulating the elevat
ing planes.
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TWO WINDS MEET
. AFTEB FORTY YEARS
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uliaaaa MwiMa waa mm IM way la
mmm bias. Iwik kaa tMfrrl4 aad bare
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pllm4 wlia a twrraal by a Mtbal aiaa-
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lkr aiia la Cagiaad dartag im
lll faattflitoa.
New Monmouth, Or., High School
Will lie Occupied Monday Morning
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Last Opportimty to BuyU. Si Cashier Stock at $15
Positively Advances to 520 Nov. 1 st.
See Demonstrations at 266 Stark St. Evenings
Ground Floor Railway Exchange Building
- - ,
Record of U. S. CasMer Co. Unparalleled,
Here's fair weurnfoff. '. This is ab
solutely your last ' opportunity to
buy United States Cashier Com
pany's stock at $15 per share.
It positively advances to $20 per
share November X (Wednesday
only two days more).
.-; .ja
-.In all respects the record of the
. United States' CashierCompany
stands unparalleled. Tpe United
States Cashier Company has been
financed in less ' time than any
other of the present-day great sue
"cesses. , Since the company was
first launched, a little over a year
ago the leading banks, business
men . and capitalists : of this city
and the Pacific Coast have : sub
scribed for a sufficient amount of
stock to assure its success. Today
the assets of the United States
Cashier Company (not including
patents, which are conservatively :
valued at not less than $500,000)
are over $400,000, including real
estate, factory equipment, machin
ery,, machines material, cash and
bills receivable.'
The company is bound to be a
The machines are bound
dividends to the
success.
to return r big
stockholders.
What the Machines Actually Do
THE CHANGE-COMPUTING MACHINE
For department stores and all classes of retail busi
ness. Visibly and permanently records amount
tendered and amount of purchase, prints both
amounts on sales slip, totals same and pays out
correct change automatically, correctly and in
stantly. AUTOMATIC BANK CASHIER
A Change-making, listing, adding, check-canceling
and coin-paying machine, designed and greatly
needed in banks andfor payrolls. Permanently
lists, visibly, registers, prints amount on check anj
totals each transaction.
I
Only a small block of stock still
remains unsold now. From pres
ent indications, the stock allotted
to be sold at $15 will be oversub
scribed. After October 31 not a
single share will be offered or sold
for a dollarryes, even a penny-
less than $20.
Never has an industrial offering
met wit such instantaneous sue-
cess, out tnis is not to be mar
veled at, as anyone who has in
vestigated the machines and seeri
what they'll actually do and accom- '
plish will tell you. . '
CHANGE-COMPUTING
CURRENCY-PAYING MACHINE
For use through the East, where currency is prev
alent. Will do all the Change-Computing Ma
chine does, in addition to paying -currency or coin,,
or both. ' ,
s
LIGHTNING CHANGE-MAKER
For pay-as-yo'u-enter streetcars and all other places
: where small change is handled extensively. Makes
change instantly for any amount up to $5 by
pressing one key, ; " ,
THE ADDING MACHINE
Embodies all the good features of the adding ma
chines now on the market, in addition to having a
much more flexible keyboard and less parts.
The United States Cashier Company not only con
trols one of the above machines any one of which
would return big profits but owns and controls the .
patents and rights to all of them.
These machines will revolution
ize the present systems of handling
money. The , demand is unlimit
ed. Our big new factory at Ken
ton is ready, and everything is in
shape to begin turning out these
machines in commercial quanti-'
ties.
Investigate at once, ere it's too
late. Ask us to show you the list
of prominent stockholders and of
ficers and directors, many of whom
you know personally, or, by reputa
tion. Read the indorsements given '
our machines by the largest banks,
prominent merchants, etc, through-
out the West not one or a dozen,
but hundreds of them.
IReinnieinnilbeii Orifly Two Days MoFe .att &&S
Stock Positively Advances to J320 Nov. 1
' 'CALL, PHONE, WklTE OR WIRE'
UMITED ! STATES' CASHIER CQ,
- J 1 Manufacturers of Automatic Computing, Change-Making, Recording Coin-Paying Machines and Adding Machines
FTtANK MENIFEE, Pres. and Gen. IVlm&r.j' E.GERNERT, Assistant Sales 'Mana-tr
General 06ces, 7th Floor, Les jBuilt Oregon
- Tha ' obtervatloa cat- - af - tha overland
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