The Western American. (Astoria, Or.) 1922-19??, January 25, 1923, Page Page 2, Image 2

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    WESTERN
Mrs. Zertha Rowe
Thurtday, Januray 25,
AMERIC
TO O M A N Y T O O L A Z Y
T O DO OW N W IS H IN G
WHITE
Meat
Market
Grandma's
Cakes and Cookies
Englund & Henderson
TAILO R S
W « 1H A ll Kind« of A Iter* Una», d e s a ín e aad r r r . « l « g
FM h
V « Broadway («4 1
S. E. Corner Sixtk and Pine
Portland, Ore.
Sold E veryw h ere
a .
ALLE N BROS
Feed and Fuel Co.
i abo’ w ith I wax up In dem cool
momitatns, « h a r t dor# wui a lake o (
errata! watah, a s 1 Ih ad Iota o t money,
an’ nuffla' to do 'eept eat lee cream.
6840 Foster Road
a rr.TkH*. IV»*.
M E ATS. FISH A N D
New Strand Hotel
PO U LTRY
A W hite Man's Hotel
WOOD
rntAM HKAT
RauiM. II* pat d,y 44.00 per «*r«h «ml up
F IR S T AND SECOND
W h y run all o v *r town looking fo r apartment* or houaekedping
n*om »t I will locate yen free o jl^ h a fr».
H A U L IN G
JM Stark Sir*at
Brt. Park >nd Wr»t Park
loealy.
"Caln’t aay ea how I would.“
"But e f you Jee had a tool lake,
couldn’t I-all come up an' ewtm In
Fona A-61758
Portland. Ore®en
* J .
ur
Juat received, our new Spring and
Summer aampiee ot
A n Old Firm In a New Location
Men's Saits
F
RA N K HUFFMAN, for many ye ara in lh«> tailonng business in
Portland, haa o|»nrd a naw atore at 4*dt Washington at feet, near
thirteenth', -out of Ike high rent diatnrl, where he will euodurt a
medium pnred tailoring shop for urn and women.
l u r to do youh oyn wtahln' to' all
dem good things aad all dem coolin'
s tim u la te . Juan set dar an' W I L T ! "
Oat Our Prlcaa Safer. Ordering Voir New Spring Suit
M Kimeeewerth Ave., Portland, Oregon
Service tor R igh t People
Kajiert Denning and Preening in Connerlion
Phone Hroedway HA40
C A. NORW OOD
Bicycles and Supplias . Fishing Taekl*
i nough Mrs. Rowe is somewhat down the list in the
campaign for subscriptions to The Western American, she
is not in the least worried over the outcome. Mrs. Rowe
is the only union candidate in the race. If organized la­
bor will get busy and help her, she believes she can win
i n a walk,
_______ for the unions are powerful when they concen-
trate on anything. She wants all her good union friends
to rally to her support in the contest
Phone A-427-23
CRESTON G A R A G E
^
L IB E R T Y GROCEF
Parties Fail to Meet
W orld Needs
4 V egetable*- -Groceries. Faerie
j .
Goods and Notions
4827 Woodstock Avenue
Phone Auto. 630-28
Hansen Sheet Metal Works
Dr. C. S. Ogsbury
D en tistry
P ortlan d, Ore.
L e n ts Station
N o Job too Small
N o Job too Large
H H. R A N D O LP H
CONTRACTOR—G E N E R A L
J O B B IN G
Plans and Specifications Furnished
206 E. Fiftieth S t
Tabor 6549
M. P e tri
Phone * 0 - 8 *
J- H . Lu dw ig
Ph one 412-81
Green H ill Dairy
Cleanliness Our M o tto
7410 F e s t e r R o a d
'Pasteurized Milk, Cream.
Whipping
Cream and Buttermilk
Out o f the ^potlight for a number
o f years, Lieutenant-General Nelson
A. Miles, retired, one of the outstand­
ing figures in the United States Army.
Is generally believed to bq omong the
Great M ajority in the Beyond. T o the
contrary, he is alive and kicking, as
the article below w ill prove. He Is
strivin g for the right, as o f yore. The
Western American expects to tell. In
an early number, what the General
thinks o f tte Ku Klux Klan, and bis
opinion w ill be worth considering. For
amusement Tuesday ons of the W est­
ern Am erican staff phoned to several
local editors, asking whether General
Miles w ere-living or dead. “ Oh, dead
kwtg ago, and almost forgotten," they
declared, or words to that effect, «bow­
ing how much they know about men
and events in the world o f thought
and action. The General always has
been active In his fight fbr true Am er­
icanism.
BY
L IE U T E N A N T -G E N E R A L * N E L -
S O N A. M IL E S .
parttea to accept new and vigorous
methods and leadarthip, those parties
will be supplanted b y others throbbing
with the last demands and the high
resolves ot the Nation
The President and -Congress elected
in 1924 must be men ot high convic­
tions and Inflexible integrity.
Haa Faith In the People.
It usually requires some great poli­
tical question or problem, forno vital
iasoe. to arouse Uw u a t pmerican
public. The American people are a
thoughtful. tntelligent and patriotic
people. mindful of the valor and sacri­
fice ijpqulred to secure our freedom
and independence— mindful o f the pro^
found wisdom and statesmanship re­
quired to frame aad adopt the wisest
and best constitution ever created by
human wisdom— mindful of the loyalty
that haa maintained the Republic for
nearly a century and a half of time
they w ill continue Its progress o f en­
lightened civilisation.
Wa believe that the patriotic men
are noble women o f our-beloved coun­
try w ill see the threatening dangers to
oar cherished Iflhtitattons sod w ill ex­
ercise their sovereign citizenship for
the welfare and perpetuity of our
glorious republic.
Dentist
Office: Room* 2 and 8 Laach Building
67th and Pattar Road
Ken.: 4714 f la t 8. E.
Puppies for Sale, Sired by
A nan wan " S te v e ” A
K . C. 3U808
These A re 106% Bred
B ogle« e ie d A ird a le l*upa F o r Sa.e
W M . P A R R IS H
9 Its Fester Read
T a b o r 8711
To Buy o f Sell Your Hom e . See
iCLOW REALTY CO
NEW SBOYS
one Broadway 1878
ED » GODDARD. N
Our M otto la : T o Plasm YO U
THE NEW AMERICAN HOTEL
08 North Third Street, Comer Tinador*
Walborn's Correct Millinery
T w en ty-five o t them to report nof
later then Saturday morning at 407-
408 Plttoek Block. 9ee Mr. Bellamy.
Helen A u taon W albora
MAURO TIRE & REPAIR CO
L
W HAT
HAVE
YOU
TO
TRADEf
S Robinson. Prop.
Alberta Tire A R<
I have an Interest In n new house
net yet complete, hi A s t o r i« Ora.
Oood location. 01,060 80 la the amount
ot the equity.
W ill trade fo r any­
thing worth Ih w td fò e y .». Address H.
J- care o f W esters American.
Veur Baal F
Oeod Q uality and a
B. F. Miller
laaKary plumbing and Heating
Jobbing Promptly Attended to
B tove Connections
ttnd 04. a. ( .
Portlsnd. O r*
know your
Ph on « Ernst 3510
Portland Top Co,
Phone Brondwa; ISiS
spruce ur*----------------------------
MRS. Li E. K L E T Z IN Q
Acme Pharm acy
Reliable A geqt for A ll
Magazines
ph one
east mob
B E LL P A R IS CLEANERS A N D DYERS
8 HANDY BOULE Y A M l
Subscriptions Guaranteed
Phone Walnut MTS
1414 Oatman
3 North Third Street
Sunny side Fuel Co.
Near Ankeny
Established 1864, I no. 1911
Order In Louisiana, reports the lngtal-
' lation o f strong councils at the follow- Office: 1813 RHmont §1. Phone Tabor 4C7S
'
MRS. J. ARTHUR HERNDON
ORGANIZING IN SEATTLE
u
»
.
Headquarters
to uphold and strengthen the public i
*** Seattle to Promote
schools and purge them o f sinister
Great Fraternity W ork
alien propaganda, to solve our acute
_______
Industrial and economic problems, to ’
.
.
, .
lower the burden ot Federal taxation We3t«£P Am,rle4n
and to collect ten billions o f dollars I Vancouver, Wash., Jan 24.— Mrs. J.
loaned to foreign governments In d e -! Arthur Herndon o t this city. Grand
rogation of the Constitution o f the Counsellor of the Ladles o t the In-
United State«.
'visib le Empire In the State o f Wash-
Problems Must Be Solved.
ington. ha« gone to Seattle to estab-
Hr«.: 10 1 E. M or riso* St. Phon« Tabor •131
W illard S4erap«
Sales end Servies
Servie#
Boles
Thirty-eighth and Sangy
Satterlee— Official Station
llectrlcal Repairing
E. Mth end Hawthorns Awe.
Tintine and F a r** Hangln*
Plettro Fremine
Paint*, Oll«. Vara tab«*, KaU»m laa
W «Il Paper
Portland, Oregon
P. L. LERCH
Crystal Market
F U N E R A L DIRECTOR
(I. W . Latimer A Frank Owens, Props.
Dealer* In
Freak and Salt « e u . F M . Fenltrr. *dW .
Ratt«r. Ckease «e d Mast Á n a n r i n
Fk»ne Tsker 8114
M R S L E R C H , AM lstant
394 E. 11th SL, 1 Block South of Hawthorne Ave.
1484 Eawtfcern* Are.
P u r « Swept Home-Made Apple Cider
i n i apple Juice nothing added nothing
take« away -40» a Hello«
Phene your order and then come end gat
It, or w e w ill deliver
Apple« *5r a ho* and up
Dried Prune*, fine, lar*e. IS lh*. fm 81.44
(1 T . WKBH
Cor. K D avit and «2d St*. Photic Tabor «8*3
D U K E ’S
Hodge’s Sweet Shop
The Home of Sweets
M ARKET
Meats, Fruits and Vegetables
W e Handle a Pull Line of PaaUIr,
-
R A D IO ELECTRIC B A K E R Y
Special Orders fo r L odfoe and Entertainment«
(tracer* and Hatcher*, Feontain and
Ke* ta aratri
M EAT
C. I . Duke, Prop.
T H E LAD D
Tabor 135«
ik »t of Material* A re l ’*ed
1356 Hawthorne Avenue
Near I'orty-rlehth «Street
The best in all department*
Delivery
Phone
Service
Phone 1
W helmal« «ed Betel I Candy
When in noflBt Where to Bat
T R t THE
Union Oyster House
CUBI». F. HW CK
E V R O LE T
Phone Hast 0726
CHAS. C. EM ERY
Authorised H ervlce and P a r ts
Hallsfaction Guaranteed— I f Tears
Imoue Tahor 4681
G A S O LIN E F IL L IN G S T A T IO N
Automobil* Tire» und A rc r*§«T I e» -411 gli Orada l.ubrirnttug Oil* «nd Gremir*
G** * « d Elretrtc Supplir* 'Vulcanizing, Battery («barging
Thirty-third and Balmont Street*
Portland. Oregon
L. A. PE R R Y
grocer
Deliveries U » v * at 14 A. M. and J P. M.
87th 64. and Sandy Boulevard.
Stare Tabor 8 4 «
Portland. Orasen
Express and Moving
1131 U rlim i n i HL, P o r t la n d , O re.
Hunnyside C ar* to 3Mb 8t.
C l e a n e r s
V W don't »end your razor to a street grinder or your watrh to a
* blaeksmiih. Than wh> sand your garmentt to be rlesned or
pressed to aay one but a Master Deanert Wa o|>erate our own plant
and know your dark garments get the same «are as your light ones.
Men’s Suits and Overeoats Pressed..........A ................ 6BM
Men's Suits and Ovsreoel» ('leaned and Preened............I I M
Frank Russell Barber Shop
Children’ « H air r a ffin g
a Specialty
Burlington, Oregon
1417 Handy Boulevard
Fancy end Staple G ro ceries
^ f t Drinks, Tobacco, Confections
(U s —- A u to Supplies — O il
FRED C AN TE N B E IN
Autos at Your Service
Portland, Oregon
Long or Short Weed and Caal
act adequate 1 « wb to shut out the tide
■
P ortlan d, Oregon
of ruinous immigration, to rem ove the r* . ■ »• ■ •
shame o f illiteracy from the Nation Establishing
W hite English Bull Terriers
Rusaellvilla Nursery Ce.
teat Mth and Burnalde Sta.
Telephone East «U 4
W A N T ID
PROTESTANT
Portland, Oregon
credit o f ita adversary saved the Re- (
DR. L. R. PU G H
dannine Oregon O rewn
KOOM W A N T E D — Lady without ram
fly wants warm. Il*hv room. In pri­
vate fam ily, with hotiekhcplng privil­
eges. W est side prelkrred. \D. B.. 407
P lttoek block.
R O S E W A Y B A T T E R Y S T A T IO N
LADIES OF IN VISIB LE
EMPIRE PROGRESSING
The recent election adds to the cum-
places in that state In the last two
Phone 634-42
Portland, Ore.
ulatlve evidence that existing poHOeal
Shreveport. Vivian. Oil City,
parties are not responsive to vital , Mooringsport and Win Held.
DO UG LAS A D O U G LAS Issues o f the present day. B om o f con-I A provisional council of the Ladies
ditions incident to slavery and the
organized at Woodland. Or».,
C ivil war, they fa il to grasp the vast .Tuesday.
Gas, O ils, T ire s and A c c e s sa rie s
problems now agitating' Am erica and ; Reports of Heady progress are re-
tho world. Only weakness and dls- cetved from every quarter,
72d jQt. and F o ster R oad
P h on e Auto. 887-48
I« pan rant de aamaeaiKf far yeuraa
Oe aemethmg far Uie neat ganeration
Exp erienced F u rn itu re end P la n o
M over, L an g D ista n ce H a u lin g
Stand: 878 E **t tU rria ^ r. Car. Union
Phono Beet 6248
Residence: 51 E la t Thirteenth North
PVone C u t 877»
PORTLAND
Phone Kart 8818
<7. 8. Whitcomb, M gr
Portland Plumbing and
Heating Cb.
C ip n lr* D ene on the D a y O rdered
867 dandy Boulevard
Near 2«th 81.
Portland, Ore.
Dance
Halt — Dancing ICvery Saturday Evening,
.
B evea-Flee»