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About The Western American. (Astoria, Or.) 1922-19?? | View Entire Issue (March 8, 1923)
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Your Milk and Cream
From the R ight D airy?
Whole Lad Hill Community
Turns Out to Hoar
Lewis Wilson and H. V . Franklin, Proprietors
W ell Know Organisers To
O . K. LUNCH and
The Service Berber Shop
O » COON ROD Preprletor
MS N (ark Street
Portland. O ftfi
Prank W. Camarón, who baa bren
connecled wlth Tha Waataru Ameri
can durlnf tha laat nlnr weeka aa
■ubscrlptlon contaat manager, baa ac-
captad a commlalon aa Suprema Kagon
of tbe Hoyal lUdera of tba Red Roba
In a Western atate lita «rite. Cerilla
K. Camarón, who la wall known In
mualc and aocial cirataa In Central
Washington, baa bata appotntad
Orand Counaellor ot Iba Ladlea of tba
Invisible Emplre In tba aame atate.
Tbejr Intend to oo-ondInate tbalr
work. Botb bava liad exUnilve «X-
perlenoa aa organlxera
Mr. Camarón waa born
and rearad In Seattla. Ha la wall
known throusbout tbe West aa a
newspaper man and Invyar. Mra.
Cameron waa born and reared In
Mra. Cameron will strive In Port
land from j f * r Yakima, Waab.. home
Friday. After a visit with Mr. and
Mra. U A. Dover, tbe Camerone will
go to their new field of work.
PAI »KR liANCIV
Grand Giant Victim of Con
•piracy by Twn Traitors
J. A. HARDING
Di spa tehee from Houston. Texas, on
Liberty aad Oregeld Batter
March I stated that E. Y. Clarke,
Grand Gisnt of the Klsn. hsd beon
indicted at Houston on ehargea'wf vio
Ith ahd TSmhlll
lating tile Mann white slave set and
The Sellwood Shoe Store that he had been arrested tn Atlanta.
Inquiry by wire elicited tbe fact that
UBItLIN K. DAVIS, Proprietor
Mr. Clarke again was the victim of a
foul conspiracy. In which figured n
notorious traitor named Klmbro and
another Individual named Upchurob;
saitwood aaro also that Mr. Clarke had not been ar-
nortran w h « ro*ted. *nd that J j declared his abao-
»seh us »mils luto innocence of wrongdoing.
Q cer a n j
Klanamen: Be on your guard against
anything derogatory which you read or
I hear; The press for the most part
(everywhere Is control led and directed
ro f the ’'klke-kathollc” combination aad
| cannot be believed on any oath.
Raw and Pasteurized
MILK AND CREAM
W e start new rente* April 1 at M iete*.-
■ Laurelhurst, Mount Scott and Woodstock
Albina, Irvington, Alberta, Alameda, Rose City,
Big Steve Declares W orld’s All Right
Alva Lee Stephen» P'BIg^Steve." aa
be la called by thonsanda of frlenda),
one of tbe slant figures tn rortlatiTr*
fraternal and political life, llkewlic
a tower ot atranfth In any worth
while business venture, yesterday
chided a friend in his firm but gentle
‘"T h e cloud that discourage, you
baa a silver I In lag. Brother, 'From
tbe daly of your birth till you ride
In a hearse, things ware never eo bad
they might not have been worse,'
therefore buck up. and emlle! Every
thing that happens Is for the beat.
Whatever fa. la tight, uader the Prov
idence of «God. who even notes tbe
sparrow*« fall. No misery, sorrow or
I f you are a “Native B o m " American Citizen, laving the beet
interest o f your Community, City, State and Nation at heart,
cu in g' n* allegiance to any foreign Government, political party,
sect, creed or ruler, and engaged in a legitimate occupation, and
believe in .1
Proves ties of fires and de-truc lion ef properly by lawless elements.
The Tenets ef tbe Christian Religion. _
White Supremacy. ^
■ b s M h i af ear pare wemmheed.
Jwst Laws and Liberty. *
Closer relationship of Pare Americanism.
The apheMliig ef the Constitution of the t ailed States.
The Sovereignly ef ear State Rights.
The Separation -of Church and Slate.
Freedom of speeeh aad press.
Closer relationship between Cap Ha I and American Labor.
Preventing the eaases of meb violence and lynching«.
Preventing unwarranted strikes by foreign labor agitators.
Tbe limitation o f foreign Immigration.
TV- mack needed local reforms.
WE SOLICIT BOTH WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Sy William C. L a k e -'
dow of h
doubt that Napoleon i was
i Freemason. In his
stands out prominent. W e;
vre told by autheatlc Masonic
visited a Lodge In Parts
July 1». 1798, st Malts. In 1804 ks ap-
You are invited to become
member of the
powerful secret, Treat was probably the
non-political organization in existence one that has the “ Most ary leader the world baa yet pro
Sublime Lineage in H istoi-y," one that
"H ere Y esterday," ce e d and the greateat factor tn the
iistory of France. Hla name cover»
" H ere T o d a y/’ "H e r e F o rever."
•nore pages of history than la accord-
d to any other character.
Brother Napoleon is quoted aa aay-
•YE-BYI, ROMAN BENNIE1
ng. ” 1 am far from being an-athelat.
The Orangemen are Orange, yet
tn spite of all the Iniquities aad frauds
Wiring and Electrical Supplies
The Klux are Klueklng »till,
MODERNISM AND THE TATI CAN, by Adam J. Poeppert. D. D-
->f the teacher» of religion, who are
, Mr, Olcott It not our Governor
with Introduction hy Bishop Wm. F. McDowell. D. D. Thte Is one of
Mentally press-blog up that their
the greatest works ever printed on Romanism with chapters covering
ingdom la not ot this world and yet^
the situation la Italy. France, Germany. England. Australia, Spain aad
telse everything which thuj can lay
the l:Atted States. It la printed on very fine paper, bound in blue
A pair ot knaves Is a good hand to
their handq upon. From the time that
silk with gold inlay and contains 324 pages. We bought the entire
bluff with, but they lose the pot every
stock. I-ess titan 100 copies left. It will never be reprinted. The
l arrived at the head of the govern
publisher's price was 81.00. Our price, to close out. 81 50.
ment I did everything in my power
CHRISTIANITY'S GREATEST PERU,, by Augustus Conrad Eh-,
to reestablish religion. But I wished
holm. This book is a masterpiece as an exposure of Romanism. It
-o render It the foundation and prop
tolls you all about Rome's growth In America, the lnqutyitlon. Amer
ican Counrlee Under Roman Dominion, Rome's Intention Ip America.
■e morality aad good prtnotples and
Y a m h ill a t T e n th S tre e t
Results of Roman Rule, Protestant Principles, the Spirit of Martin
not a prendre 1'eaaor of the human
Luther. Why I Am Not a Roman Catholic, and many other vital phases.
It Is printed on good paper, finely bound tn cloth wtfh beautiful
■taton 17X4 „
Rea. Walnut 130X
Tbe Oreat Emperor further said:
printed jacket. It contains. 310 pages of thrilling reading on the papal
question without a dry line in It. It ts going out of prtuL We have
‘What renders me most hbstlle to the
Shipley Transfer Sc Storage
bought the entire edition. You will make a mistake it you do not buy
-eeatabllshment of the Catholic wor-
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<hlp ara the numerous' festivals for
Mating, Packing and Shipping
merly observed. A ’ saint’« day la a
THE NEW ERA, by Rev. Joelah Strong. TV I). Dr. Strong was
torniture arid Plane Moving *
one of the greatest writers of the past generation. This book Is a
great work of 385 panes, printed on good paper and hound In red silk.
It expose« Romanism and discusses In eloquent language practically
all the serious religious and social problems before the people. Over
60,000 have been sold. There are only 90 eoplra left. We have bought
the entire edition The publisher's price was $1.76. Our price, to close
out, otOy 81.00. Rush your order. If the books are all uold we will
It has beon proven without the sha
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cotftss of life
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Express and Moving
I Experiences F urniture and Plane Mover
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C . Mor rison . C e r . U n io n A v a
The Sunnyside Methodist Church
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(America Mill He Hole If Protestants Mill Be True)
This Church Is Loyal, Patriotic and Protestant
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TH E RAIL SPLITTER
masons—a set of imbeciles wno meet
a fairs bonne chere and perform eosne
ridiculous ioolerles. However, they
do some good actions. They assisted
In the Revolution, and latterly to dim
inish the power of the Pope aad the
Influence of the clergy."
Bonn1 more good American money ob
tained by Rome through the united
drive for war funds Is to be spent by
t£e Pope’s Knights ot Columbm on a
new half-million dollar headquarters
building at New Haven, Conn. It Is
to build wdh^aBBy marks rqfitsh
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Suite 439, Morgan Building