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EASTERN CLACKAMAS NEWS, THURSDAY OCT. 19. 1922.
AND N E W S II L M S
Read the Ads in the N ews .
Mrs. W. p. Bacon spent Sun
day in Portland.
Attorney Elott was in the
county seat Monday,
N e w s and Telegram one year
for only $4.50.
N ews and Daily Oregcnian one
year for only $5.00.
Mrs. Viola Douglass visited in
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Lawrence
visited in Portland, Sunday.
. N e w s and Daily with Sunday
Oregonian one year for only
See Mrs. J. E. Gates for piano
instruction. Prices reasonable.
I. O. O. F. building.
Mrs. H. W. Morgan of Sell-
wood visited Mrs. Upton H.
Gibbs Saturday afternoon.
I am now prepared to do all
kinds of watch, clock and jewelry
repairing. A. N. Johnson.
Mrs. C. F. M. Brown, Mrs. D.
B. Herring and daughter, Miss
Wava, were Portland visitors
Mrs. Harry Morgan of Rose-
burg and little daughter arrived
Saturday afternoon to visit with
relatives in this vicinity.
BORN—To Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Perry, in Estacada, Thurs
day, Octo ber 12, 1922, a daugh
ter. Dr. Adix of Gresham was
the attending physician.
Hank Boyer brought the hide
of a black bear to town Saturday
which he had shot at Shell Rack
mountain. It was a fine fur, the
animal being about four years
Messrs F. G. Fuller, vice-pres
ident of the P. R. L. & P. Co.,
and Thomas Pumfrey, chief en
gineer, were in Estacada Tues
day morning on their way to in
spect the work done above Fara
Mrs. Tom Carter brought our
better half, last week, a bouquet
of magnificent dahlias which
were raised in the garden at Log
LaBarre. We have not seen any
which could beat these.
Warren Smith went to New-
berg last Thursdaay to visit rela
tives, and returned Saturday.
He saw the big auto parade
which was put on in Newberg.
The School Monopoly Bill
has a misleading name!
and TIN SHOP
Brinjr in your old stove. 1 can
make it good as new.
Am prepared to do all kinds
of sheet m e t a 1 w o r k and
plumbing Get your plumbing
supplies here at the old i’esz-
V T O U have an interest in schools? Then be
sure to understand the true meaning of the
School Monopoly Bill which is called on the
ballot the Compulsory Education Bill
MY 192 2 San
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flax Pure Linen. Rugs (newest, most artis
tic and most durable rugs on the market) as
well as special era: ery fabrics.
A. G. A M E S
The reason that this name is misleading is
because we already have compulsory educa
tion under the present existing law, and we
already have compulsory teaching in English
in all schools.
W hat this bill really proposes is to substitute state
control over the education of your children for your control.
J. E. METZGER
Gresham, Ore.. Phone 1901
WM. DALE. Local Agent
Day call at Estacada Hot I.
Just drop a card and l will call
and show you these books and
tell you just what any paper you
may pick out will cost on your
Night call at residence.
Licensed Embalmers, Lady Asst.
The people of Michigan have already overwhelmingly
defeated this measure, because it attacked the freedom of
J. W. SAUNDERS
Rout'' I. Estacada, Oregon.
Great Club Offers
Protect your rights which are being endangered-do
not be misled by the name of this bill. Read the proposed
bill carefully. Read the campaign literature. Find out
the intent of the bill which is disguised by the title.
Usual rates by m ail:
JOSEPH E. GATES-YODR HOME
Daiiy Oregonian with Sunday, $8.00
Daily Oregonian only
Eastern Claokam News
You will find that that they propose school monoply.
A hidden attack upon freedom of education.
Vote 315X NO on the
School Monopoly Bill
Called on the ballot Compulsory Education Bill
A M ) KM B A L M K U
A place where your loved ones will ho cared fo,
with tender care.— Lady assistant.
N IGH T AN D DAY T E L E P H O N E
Until October 31 we make the
following offer by mail:
Daily and Sunday Oregonian
Daily only with NEWS
.... $5.')0 jjl
ELOWtRS A N D TOMBSTONES
New subscriptions begin at once,
old extended one year.
Usual rates by m ail:
Portland Evening Telegram
Eastern Clackamas News
The two papers combined,
The above offer with Portaind ;
Telegram good only for week b e -1
Thl» advertisement is paid for by the Non-Sectarian and Protestant Schools Committee.
ginning October 25 and ending1 #
October 31. New subscriptions | $
begin October 25, old extended
News is very scarce this week
O. A. C. NOTES
of Oregon will participate in the
Will Closner and family are
$10,000,000 endowment c a m -
Poultry yards near the brooder!
Subscriptions taken at NEWS Office |
moving into the C. J. Pimm jhouse "should be disinfected with j jp3'* " ’
probable that the
house back of the M. E. church. |,;^Q
anA turned „ under
« a « and „.™
crop i I faculty will help finance the eon-
| lime and
N O T IC E F O R P U B L I C A T I O N
The pastor of the Woodstock ! grown to renew the soil.
Department of the Interior, U. S. Land
N O T IC E F O R P U B L IC A T IO N
Office at Portland, Oregon, Septem
M. E. church of Portland, the
A light near the ceiling of the Department of the Interior, U. S. Land ber 13th, 1922.
Rev. Mr. Poor, preached in the
NOTICE is hereby given that. Henry
Office at Portland, Oregon, Septem
| poultry house is only half as good
Methodist church here, last Sun-
Joyner, of Bissell, Clackamas county,
ber 18th, 1922.
as one near the floor. Reflectors
NOTICE is herby given that Joseph Oregon, who on December 9, 1918.
D Denburger, of Eagle Creek, Oregon, made Adjoining Farm Homestead En
It. 1, who on August 1st, 1918, made try, No. 06239, for SJ NFJ, Section 29,
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Ames, Miss
Pullets about mature are sus Homestead Entry, No. 05375, for the Towsship 3 S., R. 5 E., Willamette
Retha Ames, Vernon Ames,
NWJ, Section 7, Township 3 S. Meridian, (Mr. Henry Joyner owns the
ceptible to leg weaknes or paral SE|
Itange 5 E., Willamette Meridian, has NWj NEj Section 29, Township 3 S.,
Lister Underwood a n d O t t o
ysis. Watch the feed supply, filed notice of intention to make Three- Range 5 E., which adjoins above lands)
Kiggins drove, Sunday, along
Year Proof, to establish claim to the has filed intention to make THREE
especially kale and buttermilk.
land above describe!, before the Regis YEAR Proof, to establish claim to the
the Columbia Highway to hood
and Receiver of the U. S. Land Of land above described, before the Reg
Plant barley or oats and vetch ter
fice, at Portland, Oregon, on the 10th ister and Receiver of the U. S. Land
Office, at Portland, Oregon, on the 7th
now for green feed next spring. day of November, 1922,
names as witnesses, Lewis day of November, 1922.
Kale often freezes so it is well to W. Claimant
Claimant names as witnesses; Ralph
Elliott, of Eagle Creek, Oregon;
have other green feed to depend John Affolter, o f Eagle Creek, Oregon; C. Chaney, of Bissell, Orogon; Otto
Mrs. William Shaffer attended on. It is better to have too much Arthur R. King, of 722 E. 10th St., Paulsen, of Bissell, Oregon; II. L. Wei-
Portland, Oregon; John G. Kreiger, of senfluh, of Bissell, Oregon; W. II. Joy
the Teachers Institute at Oregon green feed than not enough.
ner, of Bissell, Oregon.
Eagle Creek, Oregon.
City last week.
A l e x a n d e r S wkek , Register
If the pullets sit around on
A l e XANDER'S w EEK, Register.
Mrs. Ed. Bracey and daughter the perches in the daytime, they
left for their home in Portland,
are telling you so plainly as they
Sunday. Mr. Bracey is still at can that something is wrong
the I. J. Palmateers wot king in with their feed or feeding—the
kind of feed, or possibly the
The lime is rapidly passing
amount of scratch feed. The
to take advantage of our club
light egg basket will be a fur
rates with the Oregonian or
ther reminder if this warning is
William Kraake of Portland
wag in Estacada Saturday. He
U. OF O. NOTES
told the writer he expected to calling on various friends last
Nine University of Oregon
lease his building at the eorher Monday.
and one graduate ot the
of First and Main streets to a
party who is thinking of putting with htr sister in Springwater \ University of Washington joined
in a plan to contribute a $1,000
the past week.
in a laundry,
Sunday school at Nora Memo endowment to the Oregon insti
Mrs. L. A. Wells and children
tution. Since the launching of!
of Roseberg, Oregon, are visiting rial church Sunday at 2:00 p. m.
the University’s campaign fori
relatives in Portland. Mrs. Up Every one welcome.
new buildings and other devei -1
Mr. and Mrs. John Bruce and
ton H. Gibbs met her there last
opments, this is the largest sin
Sunday and, Mrs. Wells told Jier children have returned to their
gle gift offered bv Oregon alum- j
that the doctor was too busy ranch after a few montns’ visit
ni to their alma mater. Twelve
to accompany her. The family in Vancouver, B. C.
i gifts have been made in the past
CAMPFIRE ROAST COFFEE
are all well and they hope to be
Bring yoor faulty carburetors j three weeks,
gin on their new house next
and magnetos to the Eagle ! While it is expected that the
They expected to build
Creek Garage. We do guaran- entire group of alumni in the
this fall but building conditions
teed repairing of all kinds and state and elsewhere will be or
made it advisable to wait
ganized in support of the cam
our prices are right.
We do Job Printing.
J. M. Cahill. paign, the ten men took the!
10 - 12 - 11-1
leadership at a meeting in Eu-
Igene. The donors of the $1,000
endowment are: David M. Gra
ham, ’05, former president of
i the Alumni Association; Herbert
Clark. '08; Dr. Delbert Stanard,
G. H. LICHTHORN, Prop.
j ’ 14; Robert Earl, ’21; Jack Bene-
| field, ’21; Rector Kay. ’ 14; Wayne
Laird. ’32; Francis Beller, ’22;
Armour’s “ Veribest M ilk” , per can $ .10
i Harris Ellsworth, ’ 22, and Pres
ton Whiting, a graduate of the
22-oz. Jug Cane and Maple Syrup -
I University of Washington 1921
5-lb. Pail Golden Marshmallow Syrup
Whiting is one ot the first
10-lb Pail Golden Marshmallow Syrup
alumni of an institution outside
of Oregon to “ adopt” the state
49-lb Sack Fletcher’s Hard Wheat Floor 1.90
institution. All of the donors
are members of the Kappa Sig
ma fraternity, and the endow
ment plan was hit upon at the
monthly fraternity luncheon,
struction of the campaign head
The faculty of the University
Camp No. 539
Circle No. 832
Mset First and Third Thursdays of
each m on th .- Every Neighbor urged
to a tte n d :-V is ito r s always w elcom e.
GEO . S A W T E L L . Eagle Creek.
Clerk cf W . O. W.
M R S . F R A N C E S C A T E S . Estacada.
¡ 0 . 0 . F.
Meets every Saturday evening in
their lodge room, corner of Bi »ad-
way and Third streets. Visiting
brothers are always welcome.
Wm. Gilgan, N. G.
Fred Bartholomew, Secretary,
Estacada Pressing Club
Cleaned & Pressed 7Sc up
J. E. G A T E S
1. O. O. F. B U I L D I N G
Panacea for Your
|C it is eggs you are after be sure to try a
II package of DR. HESS POU LTRY PA N A
CEA which has a higher egg producing record
than any other on the market—Comes m 30c
and 60c sizes.
at 25 cents the pound
This is one coffee that has not advanced in price
Aluminum Ware Special
Groceries -- Flour -- Feed
W e Want to Please Y8u
LOCAL B RE V I T I E S
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Army Blankets, Shirts, Overcoats and
Macinaw Shirts— Double Backs and
Fronts, Guaranteed all Wool
The People’s Store
C. A. DYKEM AN.
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