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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 8, 1920)
PleuM M.ntliin Thla I'ipar Whni
Write for descriptive circulars and booklets.
MORRIS BROTHERS, Inlc
Morris Uuildins, 309-11 Static Street
Liberty Bonds & Unlisted Stocks On Any Market
HEREIN & RHODES, Inc.
Railway Exchange Building.
Ship Your Cream to
MUTUAL CREAMERY CO.
T?T nUI?DQ TONSETH FLORAL CO.
r LtVJXX jJL O The House of Flower, FOR ALL OCCASIONS
PAoncs Main 5202
287 Washington St..
SUNSET CREAMERY CO
T. S. TOWNSEND, Prei. & Mgr.
281-83 First Street.
KISSINGER & CO.,
Largest dealers on the Coast. 148
Ore. ; Wool Pullery Sellwood S la.,
paid at all times.
The pleasure of your trip to Port
land will depend upon the hotel you
select. Cozy surroundings, moderate
rates, and the welcome you find In
your own home town, await you at
Garage in Connection.
Buy Your Adding Machine
where you will but see us first
save money. New and Second-hand ni
Adding machines. flPd
P. R. Mahoney, Factory Expert. r
All kinds of machines. Overhauling and all kindp
of general repairs a specialty.
384 Stark street, PORTLAND, ORE.
128 N. 6th St., Portland, Ore
Very Centrally Located. Convenient to
all Depots, and one block from main
Medium Priced Among the Best
"EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE"
Printing Engraving Bookbinding
Vn S OAK STREETS PORTLAND. ORSOOI,
14th and Washington Portland, Oregon
In the heart of the shopping and
Rates $1 to $3. Geo. R. Tremblay, Mgr
BOILER REPAIRS and WELDING ol
CASTINGS and STEEL
We Bend men all over the Northwest.
Irft ub figure with you. Send for our
folder showing how we can double the
capacity of your boiler.
Portland Boiler Works,
17th ft Pettygrove Sts., Portland, Ore
Road Law Easy to Learn.
Highway law is not hard to under
stand. It is universally recognized as
the clearest expressed and the simplest
system of law on our statute books. It
speaks, not in terms of dead phrasing,
hut In simple, direct, forceful language.
Any motorist who cares to do so can
ascertain hie legal rights and liabili
ties in his state in 15 minutes' reading
and he won't need an attorney to Inter
pret it for him, either. Chcsla C.
Sherlock in Motor.
An.wsrirur Thew Advrrtiwwata.
If you Must sell your LIBERTY or VICTORY
bonds -sell to us. If you can buy more LIBERTY
or VICTORY bonds buy from ub. We buy and sell
at the New York market
GOVERNMENT AND MUNICIPAL BONDS
At Heilig Theater, Portland, Oregon
Three Nights: Sun. Mon, Tuet.
Four Matinees: Sun. Mon. Tuet. Wed.
MATINEES 15c to 7Sc. NIGHTS- 1 Sc to $1.25
Car Repairing & Machine Works
YOU KNOW THAT THE ALDER HOTEL
2H5 Alder Street. Portland, OrelfOn.
rent you a roor.i for 11.00 per day, or a room
bath for ll.fiO to 'i.m per day'
FOB ALL MAKES OF CAK8.
A. J. WINTERS CO.
(E-8T Sixth St., Portland.
Cream shipped DIRECT to us gets
HIGHEST POSSIBLE price But If sold
to a CREAM STATION, a part of your'
profit goes toward paying station expense.
A Rood place to Eat and Live Well.
Remarkable 60c luncheon at noon.
Open 7 a. m. to 2 a. m 326 Stark St.
Wool, Pelts, Tallow. Wool Pullers
- 164 North 13th St., P. O. box 4378 Portland.
Portland, Ship us your goods; higheBt prices
Keep the Northwest Prosperous by
using Northwestern Made Good.
ZAN BROS., Inc.
LIDLLL & CLARKE
105 Third Si,
Market conditions and quotations from
wheat to motor cars, to say the least, are
The Used Car market Is not only more
staple, but has hedged to such a point
that prices are unusually low. In times
like these it is only the best of good
Judgment to select a first class, rebuilt
and reflnlshed used car from a stock such
Prices are, at present, so low that your
investment will be well protected, re
gardless of the trend of the more fickle
new car market.
See our present stock if you would se
lect from one of the best assortments we
have ever been able to display.
Covey Motor Car Co.,
Washington St. at 21st. Main 0244
"A Moderate Priced Hotel of Merit"
East Morrison St., at East Sixth, the
Principal East Side Hotel. 5 minutes from
Shopping District. Four blocks from S. P.
East Side Station.
We Make Fluff Rugs From
Your Old Carpets
ling- Hugs, all sizes. Mail orders prompt.
Rugs and carpets steam and dry cleaned.
Phone or write for price list. Save solic
Northwest Rug Co.
188 E. Eighth St. East 9580
The Personal Writing
Machine. Weight 6 lbs.
Price $50 00 case Included
Fold ll Up Take With You; Typewrite Anywhere
E. W. PEASE CO., 110 Sixth, Portland
Write for Folder "G"
DR. E. H. EAST
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Specialties: Goitres, Diseases of Women
Office Morgan Building Portland, Ore.
PORTLAND RUG CO
FLUFF and RAG RUGS a Specialty
CARPET CLEANING, LATINO A 8IZINU
1672-1674 East 17th Street
Established 20 Years in Portland, Or.
ROOT AND 1 HERB REMEDIES
Give Wonderful Results.
162W First Street Portland, Ore.
Chinese Medicine. Co.
I SOY.GEE, Prop.
91 IRoot andiHerb Remedies.
If3", First Street.
That Is, Some Men.
Before marriage a man has been
known to declare himself unworthy of
his sweetheart's love, and after mar
riage to spend about two-thirds of his
time proving it. Chicago News.
Efficiency, like virtue, has to be its
own reward and when a man does a
big job well everybody says anybody
could have done it. Ohio State Jour
Commercial Information furnlahed free
of charge. Catalogues supplied and com
mercial inquiries cheerfully answered.
Write any firm belowl Do It nowl
ART LEATHER GOODS
I t her l.t'KKinx. Tun link- Hugs, Trunks,
('in trlilKn Hi ltM. Portland Leather 00.j
ARTIFICIAL TEETH SPECIALIST
Dr, B, 0, Rossman, IM Journal Bldg,
AUTOMATIC SEALING VAULT
Llnnton, On Further Information address
c. w. Goodsman,
BOILER WORKS New Repairing
Hast Hide Holler WkH, Hast Water & Mala
BRAZING, WELDING & CUTTING
Northwest Welding & Supply Co , IIS lsl St
BUTTER FAT BOUGHT
l'ernwood Dairy pays cash fur hutterfat.
Willamette Dairy, Buyers of Milk, Cream
and Eggs. We pay cash, 488 Union Av.N
Oregon Creamery for Eggs, Crcnm 130 2nd
CUT FLOWERS & FLORAL DESIGNS
Clarke Bros., Florists, 287 MoitIhiiii St.
DENTIST, LATE U. S. NAVY
Dr. 1'. (1. Brown, S"S Stevens HI, rortlatal
It. E, Wright, 308 Raleigh Bldg., C & Wn
DANCING EVERY NOON & EVENING
Oriental Cafe. Chinese-American Kitchen
Corner Broadway and Wash. ruiiTLAND
ENGRAVED WEDDING INVITATIONS
Irwili-lloilson, Stationers, Portland, Ore,
Devereaux Mortgage Co., 87 6th St.
FLOWERS FOR ANY OCCASION
Geo. Bets & Son, 097 Williams Ave.
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE WORK8
Commercial Iron Works, 7th & Mudison.
FURNACES, CORNICE A ROOFING
Grand Sheet Metal Works, E. id Jit Davis
GARAGES AND AUTO REPAIRING
M & F". Garage, 21st and Washington Sts
Multnomah Hotel Garage, 2d and Ankeay
Commercial Garage, E. 11th and Burnside.
HARD WOOD FLOORING
Elsman Hardwood Floor Co. !89 E Wash.
East Side Hardwood Floor Co., Inc.,
410 E. Burnalde.
HAVE YOUR EYES EXAMINED
A. E. Hurwltz, Optometrist, 225 First St.
Hemstitching, Buttons Covered, Plaiting
B. P. Sanborn, 242 Alder St.
OLMES BUSINES8 COLLEGE
Portland, Oregon Enter now. Position
when competent. Catalogue free.
16 Colors, tj0 CX.
Deck and Floor PAINTS
10 Colors, (.0 in
gallon - pj.4U
Send for color card.
Order by mail. Mail
orders filled Bame
day as received.
Cor. 1st. and Wash. Sts.
Portland, - Oregon
Sixth and Hoyt Streets'
Convenient, to Both Depot!
Rooms $1.00 and up without Bath.
Rooms $2.00 and up with Bath.
ELBERT S. ROBE, Mgr.
Ladies' Friend Electric
GRAND ELECTRIC CO.. Portland. Ore
NEW PALACE HOTEL
L. W. HIMES, CM 1 II Washington at
Manager. $1 3110 Up 1-th Street.
ST. PAUL HOTEL
Fourth and Alder.
CLEAN, MODERN, RESPECTABLE
$1.00 Up. Private Bath $2.00.
G. & R. MACHINERY CO.
601 Gerlinger Bldg., Phone Main 8201 Portland, Or
Boilers and Engines,
JL DI IF FN PITY S...jm Cl..nin,
and Dveins Wit.
we maae-your worn garments look
like new. Employ experienced help
and get beat results. We pay post
age one way.
288 Grand Ave., Portland.
that would not only through tradition
university of the state an institution
that would not only throgh tradition
al culture values give to the statfi "leg
Islators and judges . . . and ex
pound . . . structure of govern
ment," but would also "harmonize and
promote the interests of agriculture,
manufacture and commerce, and by
well-formed views of political econ
omy give free course to public Indus
try." Edward Kidder Graham.
MANF. OF AGATE JEWELRY
J. A. I.akln, wholesale, retail, 102 (Hand Av
MONUMENTS E. 3d and Pine Sts.
Otto Schumann tlranlto ti Marble Winks
Kussellvllte Nursery, R. F. D. 1.
Benedict Nursery Co., 186 E. 87th N.
Villa Nurseries, It. No. 1, Portland.
OREGON FLUFF RUG CO.
J. II. Lehmann, Prop. 1H84 Must Stark
OIL SHAMPOOING 6 MANICURING
Myrtls Clarke, 733 Morgan Bldg, Portland
PLASTER DOLLS AND' NOVELTIES
Rose City Novelty Wks, 106 Grand Ave.
Peerless Produce Co., nr Front St.
ship us your ll"i?s, Veal, poultry. Eggs,
Hides. R-K Produce Co., 20U Wash SI.
Smith Long Service, 310 Bush & Lane Bl
Interstate Land Co., IM siaia St.
REAL ESTATE AND LOANS
M. V. Harrison, 512 Gerllnger Bldg.
SAFES FIRE AND BURGLAR
Norrls Safe & l,oek Co., 105 2nd St.
Willamette Sheet Metal Wks. Auto Work
Specialty. IDS N. 3rd St.
Peake, The Shade Man, i'2H Aider St.
Lowell M. Jones, M. D., 312 Morgan Dldg,
Knife andTDoirpl'eatlng, hemstitching,
10c yd. Buttons covered. Eastern Novelty
Mfg. Co., 85Mi Fifth street, Portland.
BRAZING & WELDING WORKS
you the business. Portland Hruzing &
Machine Works, 3rd and Glisatl.
CLEANING AND DYEING
Fur reliable C'ieaainK aad IyefnK serv
ice Bend parcels to us. We puy return
postuge. Information and prices given
ENKE'S CITY DYE WORKS
Established 18t)0 Portland
leKon Artificial Limb CO.. Inc.
for Catalog. 201 2nd St., Portland.
.liHulutt-iy ncrfunui'd by iHTVc-blurkiiit;
method without alter effects. Let us
prove it to you. we make X-ray exam
inations and specialize In first-class dent
istry at reasonable tees. Dr. A. v. Keene,
Dr. E. W. Prehn. Mujestic Theatre iJldg.,
512 Washington St., Portland, Oregon.
DIAMONDS & JEWELRY BOUGHT
All kinds diamonds and Jewelry bought:
name your price. Rt purine a specialty,
Keiner Jewelry Co., 85 N. Sixth.
DOORS AND WINDOWS
e can sell you Doors, windows. Roof
ing, Paint, Glass and Handera Hardware,
direct at wholesale prices. Write for
prices before buying. Heacock Sash &
Door (jo., ziz Jfirst at,, Portland.
HEMSTITCHING AND PLEATING
Amanda Orr, 308 Panama Bldg.
Accordfari and Box Pleatinsr. Button
and Pleating Shop, 009 Royal Bldg.
HIDES, WOOLS & CASCARA BARK
quotation. Kahn Bros., 195 Front St.
LARGEST HOMESELLER ON PACIFIC
iK'i'i- :ni) Portland Homes tor Salt'. Sec
Frank h. McGuire, Abington Bldg.
Send us your inquiries for anytbintr In
iron or oouworkiiiL' Miii'iiinery. i.oiritiiii:,
Sawmill, Contractors' Kqulpineut, Loco
motives, Rollers, Jiii Bines. Crushers, Hull,
Cnble, Retting, etc. Rurke Machinery Co.,
nainvay -i.xeimi.ge mug., I'oriianu, ur
Dr. Geo. W. Crockwell. specialist In
t'eniaie Diseases, an-ti Dckum J -ting.
PAINTS AND WALL PAPER
Write us for prices. Pioneer Paint Co.
186 First St., Portland.
MAURY It LUNlfiLi; for results, try
me; best and most successful "HOME
MAKER"; hundreds rich wish marriage
soon; strictly confidential; most reliable;
years or experience; description free
The Successful Club." Mrs. Ball. Box
ooo, uaniana, uaniornia.
And other rectal conditions permanently
cured without operation or detention from
business. Call or write
Second and Morr ison Portland, Ore,
s&LAtinr Mir.kPi Awn rii ucd
lights $1.50 each. Parts nickeled. Hard
ware retlnished. California Plating Wks.
Cor., 2nd and Salmon Sts
PUJMBJ NG, LU M B I N G S U PPLI ES
We can supply you with any kind of
plumbing supplies at wholesale prices.
We will gladly estimate coiat of any Job.
Write for prices.
188-190 4th St., Portland
WANTET F I R PITCH
We buy FTrHFitcrTTn any quantity
Highest market prlee. Payment on de
livery. Write for schedule of prices on
pitch and equipment Northwestern Tur
pentine Co., 368 East Ninth St., Portland,
WELD) NG&J3RA Z I N Q
lug of Hollers and Farming Implements.
189 Columbia St., Phone Mtit-Hlmll MM.
We help the fippenranee of women.
Twenty-two Inch switch or transforma
tion, value $7.00, prlee $2.40.
4110 tn 412 Dekum lllilg.
Mix six pounds of whiting with cold
water, take care to leave no lumps.
It should be about the consistency of
thick cream. In an old jar steep three
ounces of size in cold water for 12
hours. Then make it very hot, but be
careful not to let it boil. Pour it
while hot into the white wash. It is
most essential that the size be fresh
or the smell of it will be quite intol
erable. Any coloring green, pink
blue, or fawn may be added.
Beauty and Truth.
It is only through the morning gate
of the beautiful that you can pene
trate into the realm of knowledge.
That which we feel here as beauty
we shall one day know as truth
The name was first applied to Low
er California, and probably was taken
from the name of a fictitious Island
abounding in gold and precious stones
which was described in the Spanish
romance, "Las Sergas de Esplandlan,
published in 1510.
Hair "a la Pompadour."
Tho style of arranging the hair
pompadour originated with the French
women about tho middle of the
eighteenth century. This style of hair
dressing is believed to have derived
its name from the notorious Mine. De
Friends are the people that some
fellows expect always to get them out
of trouble. Detroit Free I'ress.
Name "Buyer" on Genuine
'Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" is genu
Ine Aspirin proved safe by millions and
prescribed by physicians for over twen
ty years. Accept only an unbroken
Bayer package" which contains proper
directions to relieve Headache, Tooth
ache, Earache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism
Colds and Pain. Handy tin boxes of
12 tablets cost few cents. Druggists
also sell larger "Bayer packages." As
pirin is trade mark Bayer Manufacture
Mouoacetlcacldester of Sallcylicacld
Francis Bacon was so fond of fine
clothes that he spent his odd time in
trying to devise new styles and fea
tures of dress. During his life he
mude some 1,200 drawings of freakish
costumes. When he could not get any
body to wear them, he hired u number
of men to don the grotesque attire
and to promenado the streets for his
Watch Cuticura Improve Your Skin
On rising and retiring gently smear
the face with Cuticura Ointment.
Wash off Ointment In Ive minutes
with Cuticura Soup and hoi water. It
is wonderful sometimes what Cuticun
will do for poor complexions, dandruff,
Itching and red rough hands. Adv.
When Para rubber trees are tapped
after the gum has run into receptacles
and stiffened a species of large black
ant is accustomed to cut out pieces of
the rubber and carry them away.
Bees also find uso for India rubber
and some Bpecies in South America
actually cut the bark of trees that
produce resinous substances in order
to cause a flow of the sap. Tho gum
is employed by the bees as a ready
made wax for their nests.
The record is held by the spire of
Norwich cathedral, England, which is
j?14 feet high. The original spire was
destroyed by lightning in 14G3, the
present spire being about 450 years
Unearthed Tombstone of 1769.
The tombstone of "Johnathan, son
of Robert and Esther Plume, deceased
December 16, 1769" was unearthed by
workmen excavating for a sewer con
nection in Branforth place, Newark. It
is known that during Revolutionary
days a cemetery was located in this
vicinity. New York Evening Mail.
"Rape's Diapepsin" for Indigestion.
'Pane's DlapepHln" Is the quickest.
sureHt relief for Indigestion, Qasti, rtatu-
lence, Heartburn, Sourness, Fermentation
or Stomach Distress oausec by acidity.
A few tablets give almost immediate
stomach relief nnd shortly the stomach
Is corrected so you can eat favorite foods
without fear. Lnrge case costs only 61)
cents at drug store. Absolutely harmless
nnd pleasant. Millions helped annually.
Itest stiimaili iiirifitlve known. Adv.
Puritans Used No Wedding Ring.
The Puritans of the seventeenth
century used no ring at tho wedding
ceremony, as they considered it "a
pagan symbol and superstitious con
trivance." All they required was that
the man and woman should join bands
when stating their purpose to live to
gether in wedlock.
Where Sugar Is Not For Sale.
Sugar, as such, is not to be pur
chased in a Central African village,
but the people do not need it, for they
have fruit all the year round, and the
children have sugar cane to suck or
the sweet stalks of tho sweet maize
plants to chew.
I.ittile Homer, while out walking
with his mother one day, cried for
candy. She bought some, but didn't
give him the bag. When he cried
again she said: "Homer, who paid
for it?" He replied: "Who cried for
Are You Satisfied?
Is the biggest, most perfectly equipped
Buehufll Trainlna: School In the North
west Fit yourself for a higher position
with more money. Permanent positions
augured our Graduates.
Write for catalog Fourth and YarnhlU
Clears the Skin
and Keeps it Clear
Soap 25c, Ointment 25 and 50c, Tllcom 25c.
iyjyjS Belli. Bclrtihei. Soolhri,
sikuis nccu yuui eyes
Strong and Healthy. H
they Tire, Smart, Itch, or
tl St c T..:. .......
!UK CIU Inflamed or Granulated.
use Murine often Safe for Infant or Adult
At all Druggists. Write for Free Eye Book
MariM Eye Henedy Company. Chicago , U.S.!
P. N. U.
No. 41, 1920
AUGUST IMPORTS INCREASE
Germany Sends $12,000,000 in Month
Against $2:Ui,000 Year Ago.
Washington, I). C The flow of
goods to the United States from Eu
rope continued to increase In August,
wlille shipment, from this country
across tho Atlantic decreased,
A 4prtment of commerce trado
summary Tuesday ihowed that im
ports from European countries dur
ing August totaled $1 14,000,000, com
pared with $06,000,000 in August a
year ago, whilo exports to Europe ag
gregated $293,000,000 us against $417,
000,000 in August, 1919. Thus the
trade balance for the month in favor
of this country was only $176,000,000.
Imports from Europe for the eight
months ended with August were
Valued at $899,000,000, compared with
$363,000,000 during the first eight
months of last year, whilo exports in
,the eight months were valued at
$2,985,000,000, coiupariMl w illi $:',,4!Mi,
000,000 during the first night months
the year before.
Imports from South America for
August aggregated $63,000,000 com
pared with $65,000,000, a year ago and
for tho first eight months this year
$575,000,000 as against $387,000,000
during the same part of 1919.
Exports to the southern republics
aggregated $40,000,000 in August as
ugainst $41,000,000 for the same
months last year while for tho eight
months, they aggregated $377,000,000
compared with $305,000,000 for the
same months of 1919.
Imports from Asia during tho
month were $120,000,000, against $75,
000,000 IB August, 1919. Exports ag
gregated $47,000,000, compared with
$53,000,000 in August of last year.
Imports from Germany for tho
month aggregated $12,000,000, against
$236,000 in August last year, wlille
exports to that country aggregated
$19,000,000, compared with $11,000,000
In August, 1919.
Imports from Great Britain aggre
gated $43,000,000, compared with $24,
000,000 in August a year ago, and ex
ports aggregated $119,000,000, against
$204,000,000 for August, 1919.
Imports from France aggregated
$15,000,000 as against $11,000,000 in
August, 1919, and exports to that coun
try totaled $38,000,000 compared with
$55,000,000 in August a year ago.
Imports from Japan worn $40,000,
000 in August, compared with $34,-
000,0110 in , August a year ago. while
exports to that country aggregated
$15,000,000 compared with $24,000,000
n August, 1919.
RUSSIAN GOLD SHIP
Washington, 1). C. Inquiry into tho
source of the recent shipment of Rus
sian gold to the United States has
been ordered by tho department of
justice. Belief exists at tlio depart
ment that the gold may bo a part, of
the Russian bolshevik propaganda
Receipt of the shipment, totaling
$339,036, was announced last week by
(lie federal reserve board In lis peri
odical statement on gold exports and
imports. This was tho first ship
ment of gold front Ilusaila to the
United States since lute in 1916. Of
ficials of the hoard said they hud not
yet identified the shipment or lis
The federal reserve board's state
ment contained an item merely re
cording receipt of the gold from
"Russia in Europe."
Federal reserve board officials sug
gested that the shipment might sub
stitute one which was Bturted to this
country before America's declaration
Woman, 91, Registers.
Redlands, Calif. Mrs. T. D. Stewart
celebrated her ninety-first birthday
Monday by registering as a voter for
the first time In her life. Her years
have dulled her hearing, but she Is
otherwise in good health.
"What Is your affiliation?" asked
the clerk. "What Is my affliction?"
said Mrs. Stewart, and then as the
question was mado clear, "Oh, I'm a
democrat.; but I suppose you repub
licans would call that an affliction."
1 Dead, 5 Shot In Raid.
Philadelphia. One policeman was
killed and five other men were wound
ed in a three-cornered fight betwoen
policemen, alleged gamblers and ban
dits whom the police found holding up
the gamblers when they went to raid
tho gambling place. One of the In
jured, physicians said, cannot live.
Half a dozen persons were arrested.
More than $10,000 was found on the
42,000 Reds Captives.
Warsaw President Pilsudskl is at
the northern front personally com
manding tho drivo which it Is an
nounced has resulted in the complete
defeat of 10 Russian bolshevik divi
sions. The stuffs of two bolshevik
armies, four divisions and several bri
gades and regiments have been taken
prisoner. Prisoners number 42,000.