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THE W E S T E R N
‘‘S IL E N T ’ SLUSHER, FA M O U S SH ERIFF OF C LA TS O P C O U N T Y , OREGON
«alB adaü«sien la Me K l Hua KM *
and atar tth V w pntjr«r t l Ote order
la Htad atre ua MEN- t a li moa. n s -
e run ned, hostal ma« sad true.* whs
would die hetaro betray lar ta# Beared
Cakes and Cookies
We Be AIÍ It tad a of Altar* li«*., tlrdstaf sad Press!««
Plw«e Us Mreadway «41
La France Hatters
403 Dokum Building
Offt-w BRdwy. U t »
Boa. BRdwy. U bi
NEW STRAW HATS
INlalfry end Pot Food» end
MuppUoo — Partlllaor
Our I SO-paura t'uiupJata Catato«
rmiuoat Trade »1th a l#V*\ b.
Here We Are
BEAVER ELECTRIC CO.
Juat K tool rod s *blpment of
All the Now Shu pua sad Colora
- E I .K C T E I C U N S "
LadJoa’ Trimmed sad t'atrlmmed Nata
Bsdhrsm, Sel, Wire reame» sad MOUaery «applies
1*0 Grand Ave-, CUUen» Ihink Bldg.
MAIn » 4 *
Re*. T A b or J7M
Dyed, Trimmed and
DR. H. A . H U F F M A N
D E N T IS T
U fflcr Hour»: » 30 to U : 1 to 4
G E N E R A L PRACTICE
4QS Morgan Building
BOZLEE A C A R V E R
T IK E M ERCHANTS
New Strand Hotel
GArftald M IS
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A. E. PETER S, Prop*
F. A. Bohna
Service for Right People
90S4 Sixtieth Avenue S. E.
EAG LE G A R A G E
Storage sad Repairing
W e A re lb * Trouble Shooters
S!d0 >'i act y-second S L S. Ï .
Phone Auto. 633-6«
J. C CUCKERHAM
M EATS, FISH A N D
Between Park sad W est Park
H A R LE Y J. SLUSHER, nicknamed by friends as “ Silent” Sltuher, a^d by others
as “ Noisy” Slusher, because be is one o f the most reticent o f men— «low to speak but
lightning in pursuit of duty— withal the best high Sheriff in the Pacific Northwest,
according to a comparison o f official records arid of public esteem, was the winner of
the grand prize in the W E STE R N A M E R IC A N subscription contest by an enormous
majority, although he did little or nothing, personally, to win the 1— “— u -------*—
busy catching moonrats and doperats in Clatsop county. His fri<
w h o are legion,
re t o k e n o f their
got busy toward the close and won the honor for him, as another
so Sport Model
high regard. Sheriff Slusher immediately presented the splendid
1923 automobile, worth nearly $2000, to a patriotic society o f Ast
, t o b e a o ld f o r
l e j p f t w a a C h ar
orjmfherwise used in humanitarian work for the pm m on good.
acterU & ip f
man, and he tried to conceal it, but couldn’t Co
les t h o u a a n d a o f
ioea the m o a t o f
^salute “ Silent” Slu&her— the Sheriff who says the least
T w o Deliveries a Day
10:30 A. M and 3 :3« P. M.
Phono Mala IMS
MAIL MDERS QITKN PROMPT ATTENTION
Quimil Otas. Wort «uta « King
1718 Hgady Boulevard
MEN’S FELT AND
Cleaned, Blocked and
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Y IT C A N IE IN G
M3 Stark Street
W o Aleo Carry a Full *U ne of
Phone EA«t 0M1
112 l irai SL
S. £ . Comer Sixth and Fine
DR. W IL L IA M R.‘ V E T T E R
E n g lu n d & H e n d e rso n
T A IL O R S
New Spring Goods at Morgan’s
We aro now stocked with ■ complete lino o f Itao whllo goods tor
spring -£agllah Long Cloths 36c, 30c and 400- Fine Japanese N«m -
vooh. vary soft and fino, prices 39c to SSc por yard See oar Un-
Weavee In fine sheer maturisi for. Baby Dr eoe re 40 lacheo wide and
finishrd Uko linen, prtooo 30c to tSc per ) t r d — We pay all postage—
□ lee as n Irm i «ador.
MORGAN DRY GOODS STORE
Phone Sellwood 1001
you can’ t da oomethtng fee
do aomethlne fee the next gaei
Genuine Or ««o n Grown
I «S3 Last IStb SL
THE NEW AMERICAN HOTEL
O ut Motto la: To Pío aso TOU
92 North Third Street, C om er Flandern
l ’o rI lami. Oregon
A ll W hite Help Bn
A Squaea Dosi Atwaya
Helen Axslson Watbor«
enormous amount o f t a î wo
S06 Untan Ave., N.
Near R ums U St.
that Rome is more active now than
ever before in history and algo that
"Rome never changes."
Opposition Help» Man.'
Much opposition waa launched to
prevent the citizens from .getting the
Reate é, Box 1S0 J
truth, and many regrettable locidctfts
happened, fostered by some who had
Georgian Immensely Popu
prejudiced the cause, by other who
lar; Is Backed by the
Dr. C. S. Ogsbury
were avowedly prejudiced, by others
who were openly vicious in their an
tagonism. and by others who supposed- .
9207 Foster Road
Portland Ore. g
Scout* F avored---Ro- ly worship at the Protestant altar but
Phone SUnset 2523
who fear the loss of the almighty dol- 4Ve«tem Amerirnn Special
_________ j . mans Still W earing Garb
H t S II IM . llH t , D. ( - Marcii
ler through a Catholic boycott If they
No Job t v» Small
No Job too L«arge
i n . - A ta tu i fur K ep rr-eb U livi
were known to be true to their own
William D. I pshaw, nf Georgia,
convictions. TV- latter therefore were
fur thè Vice.PresIdewej nf thè
C O N ^ S o ^ P ^ B I N G
M eiH N N V U .E , Ore . March 2 8 ,-T h e ready, to heap coals of fire upon their
I nlted State* In I**4 was start ed
Plans and S p « lfic .tio n . Furnished
K l* n
ra P,<1,>’ “ 8 reWrit ° f ° W"
bere la«t weeh by Frank J.
IVaraing to Col. Robert «on.
!tnfebei 1er, s f Boston, legislative
206 E. Fiftieth SL
Tabor 654« lhe * reat
* JaT" ” R
There N much dl»«atl*facti<>n with
Exalted Cyclop« of Portland Klan No
of Ihe Minate U n #f
the hostile editorial attitude of W. W.
T. E. Buxton
Mrs. C. a. Buxton
11 at McMinnville recently. The Ladies
Im i rie».
Mr. I pshaw 1« Im-
100 P e r Cent Service
aiensely popolar wlth a ll rtasse«.
o f the Invisible Empire also have a Yakima
Republic, hot hi«
“ r ie ean hardly kope thè Demo,
B U X TO N ’S G RO CERY
strong council here. Both orders are friend« among the hlan>men are
rratle party to he bold eaougli to
-accomplishing great things for the gen pl< tiding that he ha« been mi-in
Fresh F rvtts and Vegetables
gu South for thè firut piare on thè
formed concerning the principle«, par*
eral good o f the community.
W e Deliver
ticket," «ald Mr. Itatcbeller. “ bat
hin- Tt>c Boy Scout movement is gaining pose« and method« of the k lan ; that
th r Sonthrrn break must pone
tremendous impetus in Yamhill county, he i« a Ma«nn of high degree and will
some lime, and we are heartlly In
! due to the support of the Klansmen. give the Klan«men fair play in the
Douglass & Douglass
favor of Mr. l'p-haw fa r thè «ee-
who say the Boy Scou.t« are all right new«. I f thi« polley 1» followed, the
ond place. Indeed. we woaM love
‘ when properly led. It i* now being klan-men «ay. fo lo n e l Robert-on will
to «ee hlm fin i. *
led right and is going to win renown make friends, rather than lo«e them,
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Gas, Oils, Tires and Accessories
-who believes In Ameircan Ideals is tahli-hing a new daily new -paper and
*"72d St. and Foster Road
^Keing asked to g ive his .support. New- printer) in Yakima.
(In the other
__________________ 21 ( berg is a strong Klan and Boy Scout hand, they declare. If he fallow « an
Phone Sunset 3763
A fund of $4000 Is to tie unfair polley, injnrlonr to Klan wel-
! raised and a capable Scoutmaster w ill fare and the Prete«tant Pause, n new
DR. L. R. PUGH
be employed. 4
publicity enterprise w ill be launched
D e n tis t
Kieagle J. Hnogstraat. organizing in or the Yakima Valley, with ample
r>“ capital behind It and a support that Western American Special.
Office: Booms 2 and 3 Leach Building
Washington and Yam hill roundes, re“
67th and Foster Road
port* that the Homan Catholic* «till w ill assure M* Immediate sneee««.
W ASHINGTON. Ó. C., March 28.—
lies.: 4711 71st $. E.
Portland, Oregon i >re teaching In th eir garb, in the pub-
The best citizens of the valley arc Dr. Hubert Work, a well known phy-
lie school* In the Verboort district, joining the Klan, which In a little sk-lan of Washington, responded hur-
The Cottage Restaurant ¡ murj, t„ the dtasatlsraetion of the while easily w ill become tne dominant riedly to a professional call from Roch-
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general puliiic. Kven many Catholic» eorial factor and the principal influ- ester, Minn., last Monday.
Q I'K 'K 8E BYIC E
to be olijectlng to the wearing erne for the public good.
The foregoing paragraph seems
Try Our liegulnr 3.7c Dinner: 11:3" to S .90, ,,f the garb by the teacher*, since It
The Kieagle in charge of the organi- prosaic enough, but the romance lies
’* ' * n ' 1' fc' b
1 " 1
stir* up antmoalty and accentuate* the zntlon work in the valley 1* being In the fact that the well-known physl-
9'43 Foster Road
Lent», Ore. f ro w in g «cutiment against the papist warm ly praised for his excellent work clan ia Secretary of the Inferior and
Opp. Post of fice
and compliments to Dr. Curtis are former Postmaster-General until
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heard on all sides.
fe r r o l the ftr »t o f the m on ili to the In
C U R TIS W IN S A L L
G FASI AN
PEOPLE ARE H
’ I m ilk and
UPSHAW FUR V. P.
S lim ««
HELPS HIS FRIEND
T o Buy or Sell Your Home See
iCLOW REALTY CO.
VERS K. CLiJW. Munager
« C IT Y A >D SlU LH U A.Y IIOM LS
FAH.MH - ACREAGE - LOTS
E XCH AN G E!! '
* Autos at Your Service
11.11 Helm mit S t- Portland, Ore.
Bunnyslde Car* to 3J4h St.
Y A K IM A AU D IENCE
(<‘iintÜiOR4 from Pa#»? i),
that harmony prevails today in lh t
; X':-oM i onflict.
Th<sHe leading < Iti-
z«ns have lieen induced to Intermingle
w ith those o f opposing beliefs. In clubs
and fraternal societies. This policy
1 lias becomft bo popular and successful
In Yakim a that many true Protestant*
have become imbued with The erron
, mis idea U).it »lie hatchet Is burl.nl
between Prote»tantism and political
^ h u !T B ro ok ./ ,
undertaker here, had entered suit for
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Am eri.an I nity
and publisher!* of Tolerance,
charging their assertion that he Is a
'Klansmen has injured hi* business.
|g a Catholic.
tong frlena of Dr Work, also of Colo-
e#(#r ........ . was advised . « . . 7 .
É n ^ ’n a Tire f t Repair Shop
I nhriil« o f CdliHRbd«. A. A. Murphy thing he was doing and rushed to the
1« a Fourth Degree officer, heldlmr the bedside o f his slek friend* to -act as a
MAURO TIRE & REPAIR CO.
GOODYEAR HKKVICE KTATtO.Y
V U L C A N IZ IN G
N «w and V ied T ire*
All Work Guaranteed
— TWO aTORES — COR. EIGHTH and COUCH
KNOW YOUR CLEANERS
OU don't «end jour rarer to n atroci grinder o r y
____ to j
hen why acmi your garm ent» to - J cleaned or
pressed to any on«
hut a W aiter ('leaner 1 W o
operate our own |ilant
and know your da h gorroenl» Ret the lam e care aa j
MRS. L. E. K LE T2IN G
d O v erren t* l ’ roaeed.......................
1 O vercoat« Cleaned und Pressed.'..
Reliable Agent lor
P H O N E E A B T 030Û
IS CLEANERS A N D DYERS
«3 8 H A N D Y B O U L E V A R D
I ’ lione Walnut M74
Sunnyaide Fuel Co.
btabltabad 1604. Inc. 1913
Long or Ithort Wood and Coal
E. Mth and HawSbomo Ava.
B A T T E R Y S T A T IO N
w é rd •«•reo« S » t « ,r l..- O ff Icl.i atatlon
T h irty-»Igh lh anhand/
Green Hill Dairy
m ï , l k
C. E. Duke, Prop.
Whip C ru m
its, Fratta and Vegetablea •
East aatk m and Haw tan rae Avo.
7410 F o «U r R m M
TH E LAD D
W r Ha udir e Pull Une oí Huitrín
kDIO ELECTRIC B A K E R Y
(«roeers aad Botehers, Z ___ _ L
II Order» fo r Lodge« and* Entertainment»
The best In all departments
11»h and Hawthorns
D « t of Materiel« Art l'»eil
I'hnae Tabor OKU
( H K V R O LKT
L IN E F IL L IN G S T A T IO N
C. EM E R Y
Arreaaorlea High tirade l.ubrlcnllng Olla
etric Supplir« Vuiruti lx lug—Battery Lhargl
Hatlafectlon Ouarantood—I I Taera
• P K. Eighth at Hawthorne
Frank Ruaaell Barber Shop
Children’ * Hnlr Cutting
Senator Nicholson, how
1117 Sandy Boulevard
ever. refused to submit unless advised
to do so by Dr. Work, In whose medi
cal and surgical skill and ability he Phone East 0ÚI9 C. 8. Whitcomb, Mgr.
Answ er! 4. R. .Murphy 1« Grand ,i:‘ » ,he utmost confidence.
Klihrht e f Port hind Connell No. «7H,
As a result, Dr Work dropped evory-
Itomanlcm. but they are leam jng now - tlfle o f Faithful Navigator.--Ed.
L- 8. Robinson. Proa.
Portland Plumbing and
ltepelre Itone on the Liu y Ordered
*67 Sandy Boulevard
fcew 2ttb 8t.
G et 22c — Discount on Oil
(Must Mentam WesUrii Ajnerb-aa)
R T A P LE AND F ^K C Y GKUCEB1R*
W ER C O LU M B IA