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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 24, 1919)
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MORRIS BROTHERS, Inc.
The Premier Municipal Bond House
MORRIS BUILDING, 309-311 Stark St.;
Government and PORTLAND, ORE. Established Over
Municipal Bond. Phone Bdwy, 2151. Twenty-Five Yean
Ask Your Grocer
KER AUTO SPRING CO..
iw in nw
THi BESTtt in vaudeville
FT nWI7I?Q TON SET H FLORAL CO.
r LiJ LLiiX O The House of Flowers FOR ALL OCCASIONS
Phones Main 5102
287 Washington St..
TALBOT & CASEY. Inc., Authored Ford Dealcri
When in town, bring your Ford to us. Exceptional
rflnnirltifir fafillHm hv firnr-rlftBH Fnrrl mpchnnir
Msg-netoB re-charged tn car
ub for part. No. 1 Grand
WE WANT YOUR TURKEYS
Write us for prices on
Poultry, Veal, Hogs, Eggs, Applea, Potatoes, Unions.
40 yeari in business. PAGE & SON, PORTLAND, ORE. Prompt, Reliable.
RT ITTTT WFT A T We pay
w in X
Send us your name and we
RTVERVIEW DAIRY COMPANY, 1003
't : 'l' Musical Instruments and Supplies, Phonographs and Records.
' I AGENTS FOR-C. G. Conn. Ltd. Band Instruments, Vega $ ' s'
ja.,' Tu-baphone and Whyte-Laydie Banjos.
i64 M Sen& for Catalogue of new and used Instruments. J1 '
, "fT Anything Musical, See McDougall First" , HV
When sawing wood the THOMAS saws as much as ten
men. And It will run any of your machinery that re
quires a 4 H. P. Motor. Mounted on wide rim iron
wheels. One man operates and moves it from place to
place. All metal construction; all-weather ignition sys
Our Free Circular gives
Full Description. Write
Also I? or
Dep. W, Title&Trust
Big., Portland, Ore.
3;Ui3 lomtorts Abound
The pleasure of your trip to Port
land will depend upon the hotel you
elect Cozy surroundings, moderate
rates, and the welcome you find in
your own home towa, await you at
Garage in Connection.
Portland Modern Oil Burner
Making Pure Gas From Coal Oil.
Fits any Stove or Range. Has no eqnal for cook
ing, heating, furnaces, etc. Easy to operate. No
dirt, soot or odor. By far the cheapest fuel. In
vestigate. Agents wanted.
PORTLAND MODERN OIL BURNER.
146 Grand Ave.. Portland. Oregon
A Moderately-Priced Hotel of Merit
East Morrison 8t. and East Sixth
11.25 per Day. Two In a Room, 11.76.
Crees Wonderful Canoeists.
"The Ojibway, the Cree and the
Montagnais are the most wonderful
canoemen In the world," says S. E.
Sangster, writing of "The Woods In
dian" in Boys' Life. "They possess a
sixth sense In rapid-running and if
they say 'run It' you can safely lay a
bet at odds that they will run it and
come through dry even through wa
ter the mere glimpse of which makes
your hair stand up and sends chills
chasing up and down your spine."
Answering ThM AdTertlumcnta.
Out-of-town visitors made to feel at home
Bouthem Pacific eloctrle train depot in tame
building. J. W. BUSHONQ, Manager.
2H6 Alder Bt.. cor. 4th. - FOKTLAND, ORB
HAYNE3-FOSTER BAKING CO.
SALEM BAKING CO., Salem, Ore.
Keep the Northwest Prosperous by
wing Northwestern Made Good.
ZAN BROS., Inc.
You Can't Break 'Em!
Get Spring"! wltb written guarantee for rear.
15,000 Springs in Stock. Portland, Ore.
BEST PLACE IN TOWN TO EAT
Wa eipec tally Invite out-of-town visitors to give m trial.
We will make you feel at home.
Slith and Alder Streets. PORTLAND. ORE.
Feel Right at Home Here
1 1th and Stark, Portland, Ore.
Bui Meets All Traina
Sunday, Monday, Tueaday Nighte
Sun. Mon. Tuea. Wed. Afternoons
THFATFR Skow Wed- Night Occasionally.
lIlLnlLIV Ni!htl 15c i, j M. Halineea. 15c to 75c.
while you wait Try (A
Avenue, Portland, Or. vjj
Highest Market Price for Butterf at
,nd ,onJ ch!ck by return mai.
will mail you our quotation.
Belmont St., Portland, Oregon.
tem. A sturdily Duut, guaranteed ouuit mat
lasts longer and operates easier and more
point west of Mississipi
delivered to Dearest station
Can be ordered by mail for
the whole family. The easi
est and best shoe made today.
A Real Corrective Shoe.
GROUND GRIPPER SHOE STORE,
381 W Wash. Street, Portland. Oregon.
756 St Helens Are., Tacoma, Washington
KEWANEE WATER SYSTEMS
and Electric Lighting Planta, make life worth
living on the farm. Easy to install and operate,
M. D. Spencer, Distributor, 838 East Morrison,
We specialize In fitting
trusses. Send for measur
ing blank and circular. We
carry everything in Drugs,
Robber Goods, Elastic Hos
iery, etc., arid pay postage.
LAUE-DAVI8 DRUG CO.,
Caesar used to wait days to hear
from the outposts of his empire, but
today the descendants of his legions
who plow the sunny fields near Ham
mond, La., get dally market news on
their strawberries from places thou
sands of miles away. This news comes
over wires and is issued In Italian, as
well as in English, by the local office
of the bureau of markets of the United
States department of agriculture.
Commercial Information furnished fres
or charge. Catalogues supplied snd com
msrclal Inquiries cheerfully answered.
Write any firm belowl Do It nowl
ELECTRIC A" ADVERTISING SIGNS'
Union Sign ;o 71) West l'urk ut Oak.
FARM LIGHTING PLANT "
fJrtlley 1 Light,' 03 1st" Bt"
Wm. MMHsteiii7sji U. S. Nati. Baalc Bid.
FURNACES A PI PE LESS' FURNACES "
Portland Furnace & Heater Works, 145
GOITRE SPECIALIST J
R. M. Erwln, M. P., 8011-01 Journal J31dg;
HEMSTITCHING " '
Ella M." Stevens, 2nd Fir, "8f0Vfc Morrison.
HIDES AND WOOL
RiHHliiKer & Co., 148-154 13th St.
MILLINERY &B ARC L 1 Y CO RSET
.Tones Millinery, 89 Grand Ave.
Dr. Kthel A. Bacry, R 603-4, 327'Wash St
PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING "
" V. Krcrnnr, 254 Market St., Main 6012.
POULTRY AND PETS
CnshProduce Co.7 300 East Mo"rrlson""St
PLASTER DOLLS ANDNOVELTIES '
RoBe City Novelty Wks., 105 Grand Ave.
PotJitues, Onions, Apples, carload lots.
VV. S. Hurst & Co., Wholesale Produce
Dealers, 202 Alder St.
SHE ET META LT R ETI N NJ N G WK8.
Union Ave. Metal Wks., 411 Union Ave.
Dr. A." V. Downs", 940 Corbet t St
WATER PRESSURE SYSTEM
We make deposits at your own
bank for you gratis. Place lia
bility on us. Safe quick busi
ness like. Ask your banker.
Only bank in Union Stock Yards.
North Portland, Oregon.
DR. I. E. La BARRE,
V ' nFMTlCT
I il aiA-v s sm a
111 l rf j. V AnnotntmAnt matla Ku
AlfW AV mal1- No serious results
i. rrom teeth extract on.
work or every character positively guar-
an(.ut T t- T T V T .a Ua... f I U
Suite 206 Ger'llnger' Building.' Cor. ' 2ai
and Alder streets.
Car and Tractor Magne
tos, Generalers and Start
ing Motors Repaired
Beat Bank References.
Send for free chart Mal)
us magnetos. Quick serv
ElectricService Auto Co
891 Oak st. Bet. Park & 9th
EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE
Office Furniture & Appliances
printing s Engra ving :-. Bookbinding
S1PTM OAK STSCETB SORTLANO. OSfOOh
COMPLETE LINE OF STEEL
FILING DEVICES AND SYSTEMS
Look at the Best in Sight.
Get into the habit of looking at the
silver lining of the cloud; and, when
you have found It, continue to look
at it rather than at the leaden gray
in the middle. It will help you over
many hard places. A. A. Willis, D. D.
As a general thing, a man ought not
to marry a woman to reform her un
less he is prepared to neglect his reg
ular business. Dallas News.
Duro Pumps, 93" 1st St.
CANCERJTREATED J " "
Lowell M. Jones, M P., 312 Morgan Dldg.
Knlfo and box pleating, hemHtUchTngTlOe yard.
Buttons covered. KusUtrn Novelty Mfg. Co.,
KM Fifth street Portland.
AGATE "CUTTERS o MFG. JEWELERS"
Splendid service, pleaaliiir prices. Jew
elry and watch repairing via jail. Miller's
355 Waehlngton St.
for Catalog. 425 Wanh St., Portland.
Classy Bug Bodies
Prices ISS and up.
Burness & Martin
16th ot Alder ots Portland
Chlropody-Orthoperllca. Broadway Hlilg
BHOPB BHICK CoTTalidinTiTitel
brick a specialty. Phone Kast 1886; Resi
dence, East im. 161 B. Morrison Bt.
We will gladly make estimates. '
7Wa' Board. 32 "and 48 in. wide, urTto
12 ft. length. P. L. Cherry Co.. 271 Haw
thorne Ave., Portland, Ore,
hair WUVe. Most modern pnnlnneil rnumatl,.
shop In city. 203 Brdy Big, Marshall TM1.
CARPET WEAVING ANOCLEANINQ
nuK nun an sizes. Man orders prompt.
kpciiu iur Duuiuet.
Ixll Rugs, Steam or Pry Cleaned. 11.10
WWHTPIRM TTT.ITTrir- UTTn nri
14-61 Union Ave. N. East 661, B-1476
CLEANING AND DYEING
. For reirale'cieahinif and"T5yein serv
Ice send parcels to ua. We pay return
postage. Information aad prices given
ENKK'S C1TT DTI WORKS
Established 1890 Portlaid
Aline runk. teachnr nf PttrAa nn n.lm
1st. Zorn Hotel, 6th and Morrison, Room 8.
DENTALS U P P L I E S
John Welch Dental Deoot Dental sun
pljeBofjillJ(indsMorgan Bldg., Portland
WOOLS A CASCARA BARK
Mrs. Dr. Wheatley Howe, IndlanHerbai
Baths. Curative barks and roots used in
treating all diseases. Paralysis and blood
uuisorung cured, specialty chronic dls
eases. Z62 Monroe St. Wdln. 276; C-1187.
DOORS AND WINDOWS
e can sell you Doors, Wi
Ing, Paint, Glass and Builders' Hardware,
direct at wholesale prices. Writs for
pncee oeiore nuying. hleacock Baab
Door Co., 212 First Bt, Portland.
DRUGS BY MAIL
Oregon Herbs (Nature's Tea) for kidney
and bladder troubles. ROp n. iiitr hv mnii
Plummer Drug Co, 3d & Madison, Portland
I'or any time desired and lowest cur
rent rates. Wm. MacMaster. sat it a
National Bank Building, Portland, Oregon
Have 20 to 30 at the only upstairs
j'uniei. rvtiw iur DOC. 1 ne onop,
606 Swetland Bldg., 6th aad Wash., Pori-
BI85INGER & CO., P. O. Box 4878, 148
to 104 ism Bt. xv., Cor. Irving, Portland.
Main Office, San Francisco. Branches:
Seattle, Spokane, Boise, Bait Lake, Reno,
Mtiitipja, lYuaauuitt, vmicouver, ts. u.
Mme Crenel re Haven lt,htna an,in
Moles, superfluous hair removed. 230
. K. Stephan, hemstitching, scalloping,
braiding, accordion side pleat buttons
raverea; jnaiiorders. ziB Pltck block.
Accordion Pleating, Hemstitching, Buttons
covered. Custom made shirts. Art Embroidery
u. uu.wu ju murKau punuing. rorcianq,
HIDES AND JUNK
L. Shank Co., 312 Front St Pay full
uiutneb values iur iiiuea, pens, oia ruDoer,
Mall orders returned to post office
same nay received. Free trial coupon upon
ictiuecji. uur rinisning netier.
w SAWYER PHOTO CO.
Second & Morrison
Takara Antlseotic PowdeTTscienn
ing, healing, germicidal and invigorating
uuuuiio. greaL tua in icucorrnoea ana
iemaie disorders, price 60o and 1 per
uox. csenu iuc in stamps or coin for lib
eral trial package. For sale by Portland
riuLbi r-imrmacy, I'oruanq, ur.
MACHINERY I '
Send us your inqulrlesTcT"anj;tHT5gTn
nun ur vvouuworaing Macninery, ijoggtng,
Sawmill, Contractors' Equipment, Loco
motives, Boilers, Engines, Crushers, Rail,
Cable, Belting, etc. Burke Machinery Co.,
io uunway njxenange mug., Portland, ur.
NATU RO P AT H JJ
Dr. Geo. W. Crockwell, Specialist In
iemate Diseases 704-6 Dekum Bldg.
PORTLAND MAKBLE WORKS)
264-266 Fourth St. Neu Bros.
POINTS AND WALL PAPER
Write us for nrlcea. Plonar Paint r?n
, DO C. Tl xi . '
iou jiibi ot., ruruanq
GO with the crowd to the Ahtnvton
Bldg., Portland to buy, sell or saange
Mxtiai n,Hiate.rrana Lt. jyicuuire.
PLATING N IC K E L AN D fil LVFR
Write today for prices we pay return
postage on srnau parcels, uaiirornla Plat
ing Works, 214 2nd St., Portland.
Bldg. Drugless methods, stomach, kid
neys, rheumatism, constipation, liver
Dr. F. tv. Kreutz, metaphyslcan & me-chano-therapy.Magnetic
voyant. Psychometry reading. 160 11th.
me; best and most successful "HOME
MAKER;" hundreds rich wish marriage
soon; strictly confidential; most reliable;
years of experience; description free.
"The Successful Club," Mrs. Ball, Box
Dbo uamana, uaiirornla.
We can supply you with any kind of
piumomg supplies at wholesale prices.
We will gladly estimate cost of any lob.
Write for prices.
212 Third St., Portland
Alcohol, the great kidney irritant, has
been the cause of most kidney disorders
such as rheumatism, lumbago, uric acid
in the blood, pain across the back and
sour perspiration. Take SALGRENH for
all classes of kidney diseases. Ask your
druggist to procure It for you.
We help the appearance cT'wosaei
Twenty-two Inch switch or traasforasa
tion, value $7.00, price 12.46.
400 to 412 Dekum Bldg.
Have Good Light.
If you work at night be' sure that
you have a good light. Arc lights, be
cause of their glaring rays, are exceed
ingly injurious. A shaded light is the
best substitute at night for diffused
daylight. The electrio bulbs should
either have a dome or a dark paper
shade. A gas light composed of man
tle and bulb produces a good, diffused
light and when placed high enough
near the celling does not injure the
R A I LJAYJTEL . E 0 1 R IAPKMN 8TITUTB
Voung men and'women; besniTrmrTor
ain't ItiVBHted. l'onltlon when auallfled.
434 Itiillwny Exchange Hldg., I'oHlund.
SANITARI U M
kind and uge. W. and 10. Sanitarium.
734 Hawthorne Ave., Portland, Or.
TAILORED 8UITS LATEST" STYLE
month. Suits pressed 10 minutes. Unique
Tailoring Co., 104 Fourth St., Portland.
HAKTCB Fire and burglur
prouf safes, new and second
hand, ut right prices, bought,
sold and exchanged.
NORRI8 SAFE A LOCK CO.
lofi Second Street, Portland.
Kocky Mountain Teachers' Aa-enuv
Frank K. Welles, ex-asst State Bupt, mar,
Portland, Or. Teachers placed promptly.
At wholesale and retail. Mall orders
promptly filled. Smith's Wall Paper
louse, 108-110 Second Bt. Portland.
WHY ENDURE FOOT MISERY?
Tired, sore feet take the Joy out of life.
Why suffer with swollen, perspiring, ten
der, calloused, bad odor feet when the R.
M, It,, 10-duy. nermunent and guaranteed
can be purchased for $2.00. The R. M. H.
10-duy Guaranteed Corn Cure, 60 cents.
inis wonderful remedy contains no
acids or polBons. Sent prepaid, plain di
rections for use In each package. Robbing
Marr RemedyCo., 814 Stock Ex. Bldg.
RAZORSj;- " "
The famous compuund for tempering
razors without heat Makes shaving a
delight. The Stratanum Co., 609 Chamber
SILOS AND GRAJN BINS t
0Turyjtch7sTve sTlcnfitcTofyi NoTJoops;
No Nails, No Trouble. Btay Rouad Silo
Co., 801 Dekum Bldg., Portland.
ltepulra lor all stoves and heaters
Prompt attention to mall orders. Spokane
Stove & Furnace Repair Works, Spokane.
Wild Pigeon Springs Mineral Water
Nature's own remedy from the Rock.
Prink it and get well.
Rock Remedy Co., 7 1st St., Portland, Or.
Improvement Is Reported by
Bureau of Crop Estimates
WAGE RATE NOT CONSIDERED
Actual Supply of 1919 Was 83 Per
Cent Against 72 Per Cent One
Year Ago Leu Favorable on
the Atlantlo Coast
(Prepared by the United States Depart
ment of Agriculture.)
Improvement in the farm labor situ
ation this year over 1018 Is reported
by the bureau of crop estimates,
United States department of ngrlcul
ture, after investigation in oil agricul
tural counties of the United States. By
Improvement is meant net Increase of
supply and consequently more labor
for planting, cultivating and harvest
ing in relation to the work to be done.
Wage rates were not included in the
Improvement In 1919.
Stated In percentage of a normal la
bor supply as related to a normal de
mand for labor, the actual supply of
1918 was 72 por cent and of 1019 It is
83 per cent still Inadequate without
greuter than normal dependence on
machinery and animal, tractor aud
motor power, and without more than
usual labor by farmers and their fami
lies. However, the improvement over
1018 is considerable.'
In both years the groups of states
Unit were and are provided with labor
in relation of supply to demand, less
than, or at the most equal to, tho aver
age for the United States, are the
North Atlantic, the South Atlantic and
the South Central.
Among these three groups of states,
the greatest improvement is in the
North Atlantic and the least Is In the
South Atlantic, and these extremes of
high and low Improvement are not
equaled by the North Central and
Western states, In each of which the
average Improvement Is almost the
same as that of the entire country.
The Improvement is evenly distributed
throughout all stnte groups, except the
iNorth Atlantic states, where the gain
Is twice as great as in each of the
other groups of states.
Situation Is Worse.
Apart from tendency toward relief
irom labor scarcity from 1018 to 1818,
the situation this year is less favorable
on the Atlantic coast, from New Eng
land to the South Atlantic states as a
group, than In the states west of tha
Appnlachlan mountains as groups, and
In this long .strip of coast the situation
Is worse In the South Atlantlo group
"Ladles," announced the president
of an afternoon bridge club. "It has
been moved and seconded that there
shall be no conversation at the card
tables. What shall we do with the
motion?" "I suggest," said a sprightly
member, "that we discuss It while we
Judge Sidley Ballou, representing
Hawaiian sugar manufacturers, denied
before the senate agriculture commit
tee that the Hawaiian crop had been
sold to Japanese interests, as stated
recently In the senate by Senator
Smoot, republican, Utah. Virtually the
entire crop, he said, has been disposed
of to two big Pacific coast refiners at
cent less a pound than the price
then prevailing In New York.
Price Limit Placed at 10 Cents
BY EQUALIZATION ACT
The Board Notifies Refineries Who
Have Been Withholding; Supplies
Until Market Is Steady.
Washington, D. C Steps to prevent
an abnormal increase in the price of
sugar because of the existing shortage
were taken Monday by the department
Attorney-General Palmer notified
beet sugar refiners who have been
withholding their products from the
market until the price situation be
came stabilized, that the United States
sugar equalization board had deter
mined that 10 cents was a fair price
to be charged the wholesalers and that
any charge in excess of that amount
would be regarded as violation of the
food control act.
Refiners were asked to telegraph
their concurrence In this price, which
would mean that they would put their
supply on the market immediately.
The price to the wholesaler hereto
fore has been 9 cents. Retailers have
been allowed to charge 11 cents a
pound for controlled sugar under the
old prices, It is assumed that the new
retail increase would be not greater
than the wholesale advance.
Attorney-General Palmer made pub
lic the following telegram sent to beet
"After thorough investigation by the
duly recognized authorities on sugar,
the United States Sugar Equalization
board has notified the department of
justice of the following facts;
" 'As a considerable part of the
country generally supplied at this time
of the year with beet sugar may be
embarrassed because of the beet sug
ar factories' failure to sell beet sugar
as produced and this condition in turn
is due to the uncertainty regarding
price, our judgment is that no higher
than 10 cents cash, less 2 per cent
seaboard basis, Is justified and we
hope that you will decide at once to
begin marketing your sugar on this
basis and relieve the very serious sit
uation." GARY IS FIRM IN
OPEN SHOP DEMAND
Washington, D. C In his first pro
nouncement before the national indus
trial conference, Judge E. II. Gary,
chairman of the board of the United
States Steel corporation, sitting as a
representative of the public, Monday
reaffirmed his position that the Bteel
strike "should not be arbitrated or
compromised" and objected to action
op that Issue by the conference.
He also restated without modifica
tion his belief in the open shop and
the right to determine terms of em
ployment "between employe and em
This statement brought forth from
Samuel Gompers, president of the
American Federation of Labor, the
charge that Judge Gary was taking the
attitude that "there is no other opin
ion in the matter."
Referring to the corporation chair
man's request that the conference take
no action in the strike, the labor lead
er declared that if the real industrial
Issues were to be brushed aside there
was no purpose in continuing the con
ference. While the clash of the two leaders
removed' the hope of an agreement on
the dominant issue of collective bar
gaining, prospects of conciliation were
considered still more remote when it
was permitted to become known that
the representatives of capital after an
all-day session were steadfast in their
refusal to accept the Russell-Endlcott
resolution for recognition of collective
bargaining, approved by the public and
Britain Waits on U. S.
Portsmouth, England. The person
nel of the British navy will be reduced
to 50,000 men when the United States
ratifies the peace treaty, it is said by
the News, on what it declares to be
authoritative Information. The num
ber of marines, It declares, will be cut
to 10,000, The pre-war strength of the
British naval personnel, shown by fig
ures of 1914, was 114,236 officers and
men. The number of marines in the
same year was 18,042.