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EASTERN CLACKAMAS NEWS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1922.
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Now Is the Time for Passage of School Bill
Vote 314 x Yes
Let Your Money Work for You
Pannage o f t h e C om pulsory Public School A t t e n d a n c e bill no w —t h is year
• - w i l l Insure t h a t a m in im u m n u m b e r of p riv a te sc hools and p riv a te school
pupils will be affecte d. Of tho 36 c o u n tie s of O re g o n 16 a re a t p r e s e n t w ith
out a n y p rlv ato schools w h a tev e r. T h e c om bined a g g r e g a te of pupils In all
t h e p r i v a t e schools in five o t h e r c o u n tie s Is f e w er t h a n 200. T h e total
a t t e n d a n c e a t th e p riv ate schools, of th e g r a m m a r g r a d e s, of Oregon is a bout
9S41. T he tota l a tt e n d a n c e a t th e public schools, of th e g r a m m a r g rades,
Is a bout 131,689. S ure ly If th e public schools a r e good e nough for th e 131,689,
they a re also good e nough for the o t h e r 9841.
A t p r e se n t, while t h e p riv a te schools a r e few a n d small, Is t h e t i m e to
m a k e th e c h a n g e proposed by the public school bill.
PMDENM ARE PAYABLE EVERY
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First Show Starts at 7:00
‘The Hell Diggers’
A virile story of life in the
‘Beware of Boarders’
Saturday and Sunday
“ Don’t Get Personal”
Into the peacetul Wain-
wright home she brought
her Broadway ways and
how much she learned in
the the country that Broad
way couldn't teach,
‘The Radio King’
The Secrit of the Air
“ Westward Whoa! ’
N E X T THURSDAY
•A PRINCE THERE WAS1
Music at all Show*
L V. CLEWORTH. Manager.
Corner Stone Laid
Oregon Lodge No. 3, I. O. O.
F. of Oregon City, laid the corn
er stone of their new temple,
Sunday. Oct. 22, at 2 p. m. The
parade formed at their old tem
ple at 5th and Main Streets at
1:30, led by a caravan of Muscov
ites with their drum corps. Next
came Willametta Rebekah lodge,
then visiting brothers and Ore
gon lodge No. 3.
Thomas F. Ryan and suite con
ducted the ceremony according to
the impressive ritual of the or
der. The orator of the day was
the Rev. Henry Speiss, a former
pastor of the M. E. church in Es
tacada, who delivered a masterly
address on three links of the or
der, friendship, love and truth.
Those attending from Estaca-
Lodge 175. were C. F. M. Brown,
Harvey Gilligan, Harrv John
stone and.I. K. Saunders.
ESTACADA FEED COMPANY
The Store Where Your Dollar Does Its Duty.
U. S. MORGAN, Proprietor.
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R. G . M A R C H B A N K .
u n ch es
I, M yrtle Rcltils, do h e r e b y c e r tif y t h a t t h e above e s t im a te of e x p e n d i t u r e s
for t b e y e a r 1922-1923 w a s p r e p a r e d by m e a n d t h a t th e e x p e n d i t u r e s a n d bud
ge t a ll o w a n c e for six m o n th s of the c u r r e n t y e a r a n d t h e e x p e n d i t u r e s for the
t h r e e liscal y e a r s next p r e c e d in g th e c u r r e n t y e a r s s h o w n above h a v e been
com piled from th e r e c o r d s In m y c h a r g e a n d a r e t r u e a n d c o r r e c t copies
th ere o f.
M Y R T L E B E L F I L 8 , D istrict C le r k .
Artisans Had Big Time
The Artisans as announced
last week, had a big initiation
and general good time, in the
park pavilion, Saturday night.
A special car came from Portland
bringing about seventy-five mem
bers, and there were fifty or
more from here. Twelve new
members were taken into the
lodge, and the work was exem
plified by a team from the Pro
gress Assembly of Portland. Af
ter the lodge business was con
cluded, a bounteous chicken sup
per was served and dancing was
indulged in till time to go home.
Sugar Crisp Com Flakes............. 3 for 25c
Hebe Condensed Milk........................... 9c
Armour’s Veribest Milk ....................... 10c
Fisher’s Home-Like Flour, sack ........... $1.90
Crown Pastry Flour, sack...................... $1.75
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International Clothes, 4
* Cigars and Tobaccco.
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( P a id A d v e r t is e m e n t )
1. Montimi, a m i In-
tfn * n t th e r e o n . $ 2,200.00
2. W a r r a n t , a n d in
t e r e s t th e r e o n ..
Of all Kinds and of the Highest Quality
Room 605 Flectric Bldg., Portland, Oregon.
so lid as t h e state
I n spe ctor-O c nc ra l In Oregon,
A n c ie n t a n d A ccepted S c o ttish Itlte.
Concluded fro m first page
PORTLAND RAILWAY, LIGHT & POWER
P . S. MALCOLM, 33*.
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f o r t h e ov e rh ea d w i l l be th e same. Most of th e c h ild r e n will find a place
In e x is tin g c la ss es a n d th e added e x p e n s e to th e a v e r a g e t a x p a y e r will be
nom in al. T h e g r e a t benefit to ou r n a ti o n will be w o r th m a n y tim e s t h e sm all
Now Is th e t im e t o p a ss this m e a s u r e , in s u r in g t h a t in Oregon all of
e u r c h ild ren will be e d u ca te d to a c o m m o n p a tr io tis m , c o m m o n Ideals and a
unified a llegiance to o u r Institu tio n s
Have You Sold Your Prunes?
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C O S T S . N o t a x w i l l b e le v ie d f o r y e a rs to t o m e , a s th e b ill d o e s n o t
t a k e e f fe c t u n til S e p te m b e r , 1926, a n d no ta x th e n If th e a m e n d m e n t Is In th e
c o u r ts f o r e e v e r a l y e a r « .
Currinsville Lady Dies
Mrs. Jennie McKenzie, who
has resided in Currinsville since
1887, died at the home last Sun
day, October 22. 1922. after a
lingering illness of several years.
She was a native of Ontario.
Canada, being horn February 17,
1860, which made her 62 years.
8 months and 5 days old at the
time of her demise. Her hus
band predeceased her some years
ago. The surviving children are
her two sons, Norman and Lee.
The luneral services were held |
Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 in the j
M. E. church at Estaeada, the |
Rev. A. Demoy officiating, with
interment in the I. O. O. F. cem
etery, under the direction of
Joseph E. Gates.
W hether it’s the outside or
the inside of your house that
needs paint, we recommend
R E D U C T IO N
In all Models of Ford Cars and Trucks,
Except New 4 Door Sedan.
F. O. B. ESTACADA
TOURING, Starter & D. M., $493.72
ROADSTER, Starter & D. M„ $463.56
The GREATEST Value Ever Offered
in an Automobile.
W ith pure linseed oil, it makes
a good-looking, durable exterior
paint ; with Dutch Boy flatting
oil, it makes a handsome, gloss-
• less, washable interior paint.
Let us figure on your painting
— we can save you money. Our
paint materials arc reliable, and
We guarantee a satisfactory job.
Painter and Decorator
Crawford Bros. Motor Co.
WOOD CUTTERS WANTED—
Steady work. Will buy stumpage
or finance cutting propositions.
Real Estate, Insurance,
Boring Wood and coal Co.
9-14tf 476 E. 50th st. Portland. |
Long Term Farm Loans
at a low rate of interest
FOR SALE -A good cow giv
ing two gallons a day.
Mortgage Loans, Rents
D. E. Mendenhall,
FOR SALE—Two horses very
reasonable; wt. 1100and 1200 lbs.
See America and her posses
May trade for a drill, or a trac
sions first. The first train will
tor outfit and pay difference.
leave the Boston Union depot,
Horses can be seen at my place
on Douglass Hill, or write A. N.
basement of the M. E. church,
WOODLE REALTY CO.
FOR RENT Five room house, Orke, 6H E 11 si. Portland, Or FOUND—In the park, a bunch
at 6 p. m. on Monday. Nov. 6.
of keys. Owner can get it by
A novel trip and well worth your
applying at this office, proving
while. Watch for placard an FOR REN I' A good house.
FOR SALE—10 or 12 head property and paying for this
good young ewes.
W. E. Harmon.
FOR SALE One baby buggy
FOR SALE—One 2-yrold birif-
Estacada 64 Molalla 0
Box 112, Estaeada. er, been fresh2 month, price $40.
and baby bed.
Mrs. W. F. Cary.
Or one cow fresh last July, price
Estacada High won a notable!
FOR SALE—New and used $50. Both Jersey-Herford stock.
victory over Molalla High last ' 10-26
drag-saws, gas engines, feed cut 10-19
G. A. Masse, Estaeada.
Friday. We hoped to give a!
FOR SALE P u r e mountain ters, ensilage cutters, potato
scientific account of the game
but our sporting reporter disap-'
cial with clutch and 6-foot blade, i ing and hemstitching, see Mrs.
from the depot, Estaeada.
pointed us. Toan amateur the: second class $4.50 per case. Write $110.00
game appeared a clean one and ot call the Bowman Ranch, Rt. 1.
Children's Haircutting a Specialty
Farm Machinery Co. ;
the home team played up well to
JACK NORTON, Prop.
Gresham, Oregon. Hotel Estacada.
gether. From start to finish the!
ball was kept in the enemy’s ter- ¡
ritory, they being unable to with
stand Estacada’s attack. Our;
boys had the advantage of heavi
er weight, but they also out gen-
eralled and outplayed Molalla.
From the very first they began
to score and kept it up until the
end. when the grand t o t a l
amounted to (»4, while Moialla
It must be ac¡
knowledge«) that the losers play
ed pluckily on throughout the
FAIRDAY ELECTRIC & POW ER DRIVE W ASHING MACHINES
game in spite of the depressing
situation and took their drubbing
A Most Efficient Washing Machine
Stoves and Ranges -W e h a « a „¡«sock of Cook
stoically if not cheerfully. To
morrow or. the home field Esta
..t i ii .. st n ,.s. > ,blc pri. ?.
Stoves, Heaters and Air-Tiehts at bed-rock orices
cada will play with Silverton.
Pumping Plants and Electric Lighting Plants.
Come in and see them. We can beat Portland's price.’
Just received, a line of ladies
satin slippers, the correct thing
a l s o ; w . h „ . M a ttre ,.e ,.
for all dress occasions, at very
moderate prices. Come in and
get a pair at Rose's.
¡ Bring your faulty carburetors
and magnetos to the Eagle
Creek Garage. We do guaran
teed repairing of all kinds and
IE only H m «iw art* Stör«
jn ty jellin g goods a t P ortland prices
our prices are right
ib dk. i
J. M. Cahill.
U M 2-1 I T
WANE AND FOR SALE ADS.
SMITH HARDWARE STORE. ESTACADA