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On Friday evening, November 20,
| ui 8 o’clock, Mr. Deiepine will give
! a violin concert in the auditorium
i of the high school. Mr. Delpine, a
, violin instructor in Portland for a
number of years, is not a stranger to
the people of Estacada. Last year
he entertained the students of the
high school with several selections
! on his instrument, and later ap-
| peared on a local community club
j prog: am. On both of these occa
sions the audiences enjoyed the mu-*
One of the Portland daily papers
had eht following to say about Mr.
Deiepine ‘‘Sheridan Deiepine prov
ed to be a violinist of great ability.
He plays the violin with brilliant
technique, and has many evidences
of true musicianshij. The program
numbers were performed with real
depth of feeling, understanding of
expression and interpretation.” An
other Portland paper says: “Mr. Dei
epine draws a tone of silver beauty
from his. violin, and his numbers
were all heartily appreciated.” A
Hood River paper reports “the large
audience of music lovers which at
tended the Deiepine violin recital
at the auditorium were splendidly
rewarded for their attendance. The
numbers played by Deiepine were
musical gems and those who are
competent to judge prophecy a
splendid future for this talented vi
Mr. Deiepine will give a well-
balanced program of violin music
He brings his own accompaniest from
Portland. The prices of admissiop
are 35 cents for adults and 25 cents
for children, including eighth grad
ers. Tickets will go on sale next
Monday and may be obtained from
high school students, or at March-
bank’s Confectionary. The high
school is especially interested in
having a large turnout because the
student body will receive 40 per
cent of the proceeds. Your pres
ence, therefore, will not only mean
a boost for good music, but also a
financial help to the student body
Capt. Randall of the renovated
Republic told a story the other day
“A steward,” he said, “stood al
the gangway of a ship of mine, and
as he stood there he kept shouting
for the benefit of the arriving pas
“ ‘First class to the right. Second
class to the left.’
“A young woman stepped daintly
aboard with a baby in her arms. As
she hesitated before the steward he
bent over her and said in his chiv
“ ‘First or second?’
“ ‘Oh!’ said the girl, her face as
red as a rose. -iOh, dear, it’s—it’s
not mine.’ ”— Pittsburgh Sun.
One lot of Boys’ School Shoes in black and
brown; dress, weights, heavy and a few
high tops; regular $3.90 to $4.90 a pair.
Saturday only, pair .........................................
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Girls’ and Misses’ High Top Shoes in browns and blacks; regular $3.50 to
$3.90 values. Saturday specials, a pair....... ................................................... $2.90
Wet Weather Clothi
Men’s Rain Tests, Tin Pants, Slickers and Goodyear and Goodrich Guaran-
teed waterproof Coats and Pants.
We will give double stamps on Saturday.
Always get your Green S. & H. Discount Stamps.
JOIN THE CROWD AT
OUR MOTTO SERVICE
H. B. SNYDER, - - C. A. DYKEMAN.
Mrs. M. A. Henderson has gone
to Oregon C.ity to stay with her son,
Mrs. Cinda Meibs and Mrs. Lilly
Park attended the teachers’ insti
tute at Oregon City Monday and
Rev. Everett of Portland held
services at the Mountain Home
church Sunday evening.
L. N. Vallen and family are re
moving to Scotts Mills.
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. McKay of
Portland have removed to the Val
len house, and will take charge of
There was a community songfest
held at the Matt Park home Sun
Dr. Mount of Oregon City was
called to see Will Bittner Sunday,
who is under the weather.
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Vallen at
tended the stock show at Portland
Saturday. Louis and Orel Vallen
HIKING MADE EASY
“Two young men, walking from
coast to coast, got oc the train here
Friday morning.”Glen Elder, Kan.,
Oregon City voters decided over
whelmingly at n special election
Tuesday to retain the present com
mission form of government with a
city manager. The vote was 921 to
retain the present form and 318 to
change to the councilmanic form.
The cutworm outbreak of last
season did immeasurable damage to
truck and field crops all over Ore
gon. Growers may avoid ¡1 similar
outbreak next season by late fall
or early spring plowing, and by
scattering the poison bran bait over
the fields before crops arc planted
in the spring.
Charlie Linn enme home the first
of last week and settled up his af
fairs, preparatory to going to Port
land to live with his sons. Sunday
his son came after him. Mr. Linn
reports that his health is no better.
George M. Moore, proprietor of
the Estacada hotel, after spending a
week nt Heppner and eastern Ore
gon, returned home Saturday, lie
say; Efftae; da looks better to him
;han when he started on his trip.
ITS SUBMARINE ORIGIN
She— I wonder who invented that
CIRCULARIZING THROUGH CHIL-
superstition about Friday being an
Firebugs are suspected of setting
SUIT BROUGHT IN COURT
the fire last Thursday morning at 2
He— Oh, some poor fish.
o’clock which destroyed the Ed Edwin G. Ammo Contends Practice Is
Douglass sawmill and planer, half Not Proper Part of School Work.
way between Estacada and Sandy. The right of the board of education
I think you might talk to me while
Investigation showed the water con and of public school teachers In Port
I sew, 3aid the wife.
nections of the plant cut off from land to circularize parents through
Why don’t you sew to me while I
the water supply source. The fact their children is an issue raised in a
read, said the hubby.
that the flames burst out in several suit filed yesterday in circuit court by
parts of the mill also was ejeemed Edwin G. Amme, attorney, against the
directors of School District No. 1; It does not pay to be facetious or
waiter, you have made my
The mill wa3 well equipped with Elmer Brown, principal of the Rose dangerously ironic with juries. A
bill out as 14 pesetas. It only corner
water supply and hose, but with City Park school, and Gladys Woldt, lawyer prosecuting an obviously
these useless, efforts of employes to teacher in room No. 5, at that school. uilty man, a burglar, who had been
Well, sir, I thought you might bo
check the fire were of no avail. Tel Amme sued to restrain the school aught red-handed on the roof of a
ephone connections are bad and no board, principal and teacher from con house, wound up his speech to the
estimate of the loss can be obtain tinuing thq, practice.
iury as follows: “If you consider,
Avon Tracy was a city visitor on
ed, although it is considered heavy. The complaint is based on tvfo gentlemen, that the accused was on
She taught school a*
The mill had about a three months' specific instances of alleged solicita he roof for the purpose of enjoying
last year. She is
run of timber available,
Amme said, caused em the midnight breeze and by pure ac
Mil men of the district have had barrassment and humilitation to ills cident happened to have uoout him
considerable trouble with thieves In minor daughter, Edna Marie, pupil ir. the necessary tools «.f a house “Fellow citizens,” said the candi
this direction recently, and it is con Miss Woldt’s room.
breaker, with no dishonest intention date, “I have fought against the In
sidered possible that some of these
employing them, you will, of dians. I have often had no bed but
Solicitation Is Resented.
battlefield and no canopy but
thieves may have set the fire.
Instance was on Septem course, acquit him.” And the jury the
I have marched over the
Mr. Douglass will rebuild, and is ber The 10, first
when, according to the com
till every step has
all ready actively engaged.
plaint, the teacher distributed cards
been marked with blood.”
A FULL PURSE
His story took wrell till a dried-up
interesting Egg Figures.
which was to interest mothers in When Mrs. A. T. Miller regained looking
voter came to the front.
A Clackamas county man who runs membership
consciousness after lying for three “I'll say
done enough for
500 hens as a side line, sends in some sociation.
hours pinned beneath her automo your country. you’ve
Go home and rest. I’ll
interesting figures and comparisons. The child was a«Ked. the complaint bile here Saturday, she awakened to
He states that the figures are based «H said, to return the card and $1 as the learn that in addition to physical in vote for the other fellow.”
his own Hock, and while they may not parent’s membership fee In the asso juries, she had suffered the I 033 of
apply to the other fellow’s, yet he ciation.
her pocketbooks, containing $50 and
MLE, what XTC
thinks they will largely, with the ex Amme said he tore the card up and a spotlot, spare tire and kit of tools. O,
I always feel when UIC,
ception of those who specialize. He paid no more attention to it, but that Hastings, Neb., Tribune.
I used to rave of LN'S eyes,
says that when his flock is in full lay when Edna Marie returned to school,
4 LC I gave countless sighs,
ing in the spring, around GO per cent she was humiliated among her fellow
KT, 2, and LNR,
production, it costs him 13 cents per pupils because she had failed to turn “Dad,” said the smell son, “what 4 I was
a keen competitor.
dozen to produce eggs, and taking in her dollar.
do they mean by college bred? Is But each
now’s n non-NTT,
this as a basis he finds:
Tbs second instance .the complaint it different from any other kind of 4 U XL them all UC.
“I find that with 1000 hens laying said,
a few days later when the bread?”
€0 per cent, 50 dozen per day, that an child come
was asked to bring 50 cents to “My son,” said dad, “it is a four HOUSEKEEPING IN LONDON
advance of two cents per dozeu would school as her share toward the pur years’ loaf.”
M’stregs—Why don’t you light the
be |1, while with the same number of chase of certain pieces of furniture
hens, pullets, in the low production ^ e(Juipment for the rchoo].
Maid— Because there ain't no
Mr. and Mrs. C. Bcason, coal.
period of the fall when prices are
Second Request Ignored.
high, laying 13 per cent (as mine are Amme also ignored this request, he who are employed on the Tom We!- Mistress— Why didn't you let me
These finer cloned car« arc built on the famou« Buick chassis with
tow) that ;n advance of five cetts per 3 a’d, with the result, according to the ton farm, are the parent* of a son know before?
the 21-year-proved, 60 and 75 honepower Buick Valve-in-Hcad
dozen wcu'd be only 7> c^nts. Two ccmp.aint, that Edna Mirte'3 nam which arrived Saturday.—Green Maid— Because we 'ad some be
engines. Extra power!
ctnta per r’c 1 advance la he.v 7 pro vac not posted on the blackboard wood, Neb., Gazette.
And they have the famous “Sealed Chassis” and the new "Triple
t " 5 are ’.ow neani along with the names of pnpib whf
Sealed Engine.” No other car, regardless of price, furnishes this
completeness of protection for driving parts.
m- rr>->rry 0 m* than five cent* per k 2 d contributed their 50-c?nt pieces.
derm !r. Cc her when I l»a7a fewer The children commented unkindly “What I don’t understand about
And these Buicks have the characteristic Buick charm of body
his here game of golf,” said Uncle
evgs to sail. If 1000 hens lay 5) dozen on tha fact that Edna Maries nam Ike,
profile. They are finished In Dtico. Thev seat five full-grown
“ What were you in the war?”
In roomy comfort. They have the Fisher V V one-piece,
per dsy Is the hi*rh laying rea on and
rot listed with the others, and when it makes ’em so darn mad.” he asked.
windshield, automatic windshield wiper, and a host
the co.t ¡3 13 cents p»r dazm to feed the complaint added, she was also
“A private,” the old soldo t an
of like necessities. Buick's exacting closed car standards prevail
tluiu it costs me $7.50 per day. Now snNtrted to humiliation and chagrin THIS SEASON'S FORD JOKE swered.
in their Fisher-built bodies.
If I have 1000 puilets laying 1* per ^ ^ tçacher
And Diogenes blew out his lamp
Mule— What are you?
Come in and see how much superior these Better Buick Sedans
rnnten that such solicita
iv— Cocas will
...... • A m e contended
Ford— I am an automobile.
and went home.
are to “Coaches” , before you spend your money 1
exceed thiî) I get 15 doz-m per day
not a .proper part of public Mule— Gwan! If you’re an auto
B U IC K M O TO R C O M PA N Y , FL IN T , M ICH IG A N
A JOKE ON THE COP
end they cost me »7.50 per day. or «0 _____
____ but that the practice mobile I’m a horse.
Division of General Motors Corporation
cents per dozen to produce the eggs wou!j be continued unless the school
rest you when you come out of thero.
A SERIOUS OBJECTION
on which I lose about 20 cents on each
(§ restrtine(j from permitting it
Wife— George, would you like Man in W ater— Ha-ha! I’m not
t0 the humiliation of other pupils
coming out. I’m committing suicide.
This man thinks the "killing poul-
some wafffes for supper?
Husband— No! They look too
NOW SOLVE THIS ONE
s s is
x at the
H0LF- much like fried cross-word puzzles.
Darling, will you make me the
vember snd D»cember is only realized
m ^ T won-t let me.
happiest, of men in three letters,
THE NEWEST PROFESSION
by the few who have early hatched Come on in! She’ll never find Girl,
young, refined, wishes posi meaning eternal bliss?
pullets and who get around 50 cents
answer is two letters, mean
during this time and
^ jj . it*, niy bath night tion taking care grown babies.— Ad ing My eternal
age producer makes more profit dur
in New York Herald.
ing the low-priced aeaeon whan his onl*
S U S P E C T FIREBUG A T P.LA ZE
flock la In heavy laying.