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CLACKAMAS NEWS, FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 1923.
their heads, not then realizing that
Hal Hoss would he unwilling to stag-
in a place that seemed to offer
little future. But his study of and
interest in the affairs of his native
TILE * SEWER PIPE
’ale went beyond his immediate
WANTED— You to try the Eagle
BY EDWARD E. P.RODIF,
place. He made the most of a mem-
Creek Garage when your car needs
Publisher of the Oregon City Morning
beiship on the parole board and be
“We Deliver the Goods”
attention. Ignition a specialty. n>4
Enterprise, and former American
anie a student of penal problems.
Minister to Kingdom of O'Uin.
BARTHOLOMEW & LAWRENCE
u< eoting membership in the national FOR SALE— Delco lighting plant,
When Hal Hoss came to Oregon
less battery, $100. Sandy Garage,
City, a gangling youth, about fifteen
a !3 tf
years ago, he tarted in his charac
There wus no good reason, in the
teristic and energetic fashion to lay
d> 1 of Hal Hoss, why the principle:
a substantial foundation for succc s .
with 8 pigs 5 weeks old. Peter
of sound business should not be ap
His experience in newspaper work at
Bowen, Estacada R. 1.
cd to the business of the people
that time wa- somewhat rudimentary,
It remed to him that public service FOR SALE— Forty 7-weeks old pigs,
but it had the advantage of v. i bli
ight to mean more than a political
good stock. A. D. Burnett, Eagle
elements inf th : it eoi alien ed at the
- -b, and that the same fundamenta
We can supply you with all the cakes and
bottom ami progressed upward thru
eas that he utilized in newspaper
dainties for your lunch at school. No need
the several channels of the editorial
office« could and should be put into FOR SALE— Guernsey bull calves,
departments and into the ini i . . : of
to go to all the fuss and trouble of baking
from one to nine months of age.
pis -tice through the conduct of an
flee where he proceeded to make tic
J. A. Shibley & Son, Route 2, Es
iportant state office. He was not
most of opportunity. It wa not fo:
encumbered with political entangle
him a long step to a position of re
ments and was prepared and equippet FOR SALE — One-ton Chevrolet
sponsible management, in which he to transact the state’s busineess or
truck, new rubber, 1928 license.
coupled the qualities of initiating pol
basis of common sense, having in
Will consider small car as part pay
icies with those of carrying them to a
m nd that the taxpayer’s dollars is
ment. Eagle Creek Garage.
After Your Picnic Lunch— Leave a Clean Camp and a Dead Fire.
sure termination. Over a period o: not a gift of God, but is entitled tc
six years of newspaper direction, he
-anomic consideration and should b< FOR SALE— One 12x30 silo; one
developed steadily, building good will,
Papx cutter; one 10x18 case trac
retched as far as practicable with
which is the most valuable of new:;
tor; complete outfit $375. Sandy ]
proper results as a primary objective.
paper assets, for the property with
a l3 tf
ESTACADA TRUCK LINE
which he wa identified, and forming
These facts may be construed a.* FOR SALE— 700 year old choice lo
DAILY TRIPS FROM ESTACADA TO PORTLAND
close and lasting contacts throughout arguments for the nomination and
Leave all freight at warehouse. In ordering your freight sent thru
ganberry plants, 2 l-2c each.
us you receive personal service both in Estacada and Portland that
e l e c t i o n of Hal Hoss for secretary of
Howell Bros. Route 2, Phone 58-32
will save time and money
ate. He has become a personality
Occupied as lie was in a place that
11 friends are not giving his candi
KITCHING & STEINMAN
Cal! and Deliver Service
demanded constant application, Mr
-I icy perfunctory support, but thej FOR SALE— Six white pigs, six i
Phone 61-5 Estacada
EAst 2406 Portland
Hoss shook irksome detail- from hi
weeks old and extra good. Mrs.
enthusiastically urging the peo
shoulders and tied into his job an
Henry Viles; Route 1, phone 34-12, |
;>le of Oregon to choose a man whr
active appreciation of public ;er. : .
i < alwas made good, who has a cleat
By tho Hour or By the Milo, Anything, Anyplace, Anytime
He became a worker for the brother
inception of service, who is younj
WOOD AND FUEL
FOR SALE— Small pump jack and;
of the craft, acting indefatigabl;, fo,
and alert and who is free to promist
Long distance Furniture and Contract Hauling a Specialty
motor; cost $45; will sell for $30,
their interests, without expectation
and who has the ability to del've
KITCHING & STEINMAN
or will sell separate. Practically
or hope of reward. It was only nat
Phone 35-3 Estacada
EAst 2406 Portland
; hat particular character of an admin
new, good condition.
ural that his efforts would bring h:m
¡.-tration that our citizenship requires
a flock of non-salaricd and hon--im
The importance o f the office demand:
positions which he filled a: cep'.-My
lection of a man who is qualified BABY CHICKS— Golden Buff and
and it was inevitable that his ac ivi-
by temperament and experience tc
White Leghorns (Thornwell-Tan-
ties, as their scope broadened w uld
ler a high tyjie of service to the
cred strain), Black Minorcas, R. I.
he accorded recognition which came
public. Hal Hoss is that man.
Reds (Quenn Bess strain), Barred j
to him in the form of an urgent in
Rocks and Turkenz. Enoch Crews, ;
vitation to join as private sceren y
to the governor, the state dm
Don’t forget we have all the different
tration. Some of his friends, im ml
in silk thread. Also a complete
WHITE FRONT Malt Shop; full line
ing the writer of the • line . shook
line of cotton and linen thread.
of malt supplies and accessories.
All brands of best malt. We spe
cialize in malt in bulk. Buy in
bulk, you save. 419 Main street,]
a l3 tf
For State Office
Remember W e Handle
Eagle Creek is sorry to read of
their Barton neighbor!’ bud luek in
turkey raising as rare goad luek is re
ported from all quarters here and the
numlft-r of people who have gone into
the busir.es. is greatly increased here
since lust year. Miss Pamela Kenny
reports a hatch of 18 little turks out
of 19 eggs, after having been obliged
to move the ne t and change the set
ting three time
Beat it if you can.
Mr. and Mrs. James Lumper of Fir-
wood are rejoicing over the birth of
a seven and one-half pound baby girl.
They have named her Dorothy May.
Mrs. Lumper was formerly Miss Dor
othy Phillips of Eagle Creek.
The Ladies Aid society was enter
tained Wednesday afternoon by Mrs.
Paul Still at her home. There were
25 present and light refreshments
were served. The ladies busied them
selves making useful garments for the
children’s farm home at Corvallis. A
special meeting will be held at the
church about May 23 to finish making
Mrs. Phillips of Portland has
been the guest of Mrs. Walter Glover
for several days.
Mrs. Homer Glover entertained at
luncheon Wedne day Mrs. Tmma
Thomas, Mrs. George Duncun, Mrs.
J. E. Sluekley and Mrs. Win. Saun
Mrs. Homer Glover is the proud
posses tor of a new player piano. It’s
The Fuller family from Portland
was out on their ranch Sunday. They
had with them a friend from Cali
fornia, and rejoiced it was such a
beautiful day. They could convince
the Californian that the sun could
really shine in Oregon. It had rained
in Portland every day since his ar
Mildred Kellogg, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Guy Kellogg, died in Wal
lace, Idaho, of spinal meningitis on
April 25. ,\li Li a Kellogg, grand
mother is now In Wallace.
Mrs. Clinglngsmith has been con
fined to the house this week due to
having some dental work done. She
had five teeth extracted In Estacada
in Internal Medicine for t h e
Ed. Trulinger and Ken Anderson
MOUNTAIN Close Grained Red Ce
You can’t dodge it. All citizens use forests and share in their
past fifteen years
dar Shingles, manufactured by
have sold Lheii last year's hops. They
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returns. Every fire hits you.
DOES NOT OPERATE
Turel Shingle Mill, Welches, Ore.
received 21 cents per pound. There a sensation in tho Portland Valley
will be at
Drive up and see our shingles o r ;
has been no demand for hops slnee league as a result of unday's game,
write for prices. Loop highway;
Lei full, am: ¡he;, r-insider that they will probably go in the box for the
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
turn to left at Zig Zag Ranger1
received a very good price at this Legionnaires at Washougal.
3 mi., good road.
time. Waite Glover Is still holding
After the next game, Tom Scales of
Office Hours: 10 a. m. to 4 p. ir.
for a better price.
Sandy will probably be in the Esta
WANTED— Lady representative t: (
THREE DAYS ONLY
Major Ke ker o r the Hill Top Or cada lineup. Duback, who played the
sell Shaughnessy Knitting Co’s . , (
No charge for consultation
chard has borrowed several colonies left garden for the local team Sun
ready-to-wear dresses, lingerie and I i
Dr. Mellenthin is a regular gradu
of bees to worl in his. orchard. He day, is not expected to remain with
hosiery in local territory or vicin | ^
reports a full day’s work Sunday for the squad. Jim Jennings will rema rr
ity. Manager will call personally ] •
the bees as it was a bright, warm day with the team, the manager an licensed by the state of Oregon
on applicants who write to 40ü],
He does not operate for chronic
the first one for some time. Major is nounced Sunday. Tony Bronson is
Broadway Bldg., Portland.
using all the up-to-date methods in a good second basemen an 1 will prob
fruit growing and they certainly show ably play this position throughout tho stomach, tonsils or adnoids
STRAYED— Jersey cow with short |
He ha: to his credit wonderful re
results in hi: orchard.
horn, one yearling Jersey heifer
PORTLAND ELECTRIC POWER CO.’S HOME
season except when needed as a relief
ndu in diseases of the stomach, liver
Therein Smith of Portland was out pitcher.
with slit in right ear, one Holstein
bowels, blood, skin, nerves, heart, kid
Saturday and Sunday cultivating the
cow 2 years old, mostly white, with
THE ELECTRIC BUILDING
Bush prune orchard which he has
W L. I* c ney, bladder, bed wetting, catarrh,
slit >n right ear, to be fresh soon, j
taken over for the season.
Notify G. W. Buser or call tele
.667 ulcers and rectal ailments.
AT BROADWAY AND ALDER STREETS
E.L. Meyers has torn down his lawn Davidson’s
phone 20-12, Estacada.
Below are the names of a few of
fence, which he has l-ept in ship shape Oswego
for several years, to keep the cows Sherwood
.667 hi many satisfied patients in Oregon FOR SALE or TRADE— One 1920 .
Ford Tudor sedan body for road-1 §
.333 who have been treated for one or
out of the flnwo s he says. Now it is
.333 more of the above named causes:
ster body; or will trade for one
up to the stock owners to keep them Washougal
ton Ford truck. Also Vaughn (
H. II. Blake, Marshfield.
out. Ko.v takes great pride in beauti Armory
Sun day’* Ga mes
light weight drag saw for sale; in
Elmer Booker, Condon.
fying his lawn.
Estacada 6, David son’ 0.
Is in the very heart of the business district.
good condition. Hall Bros., Route
Bessie Eekles, Empire.
Mrs. I’attlson is the proud owner
Oswego 3 Sherwood 0.
of 100 white leghorn baby chicks.
The Electric Store on the first floor is Portland’s
Hillsboro ) (», Armo ry 3
W. C. Helyer, Kent.
Royal Ann strain, purchased about
BOX SCOI >E
SEWING MACHINES — Everything
two week . ago. She certainly has the
B K II <i A K
in electric and treadle machines. (
Electric Shopping Center.
Mrs. L. H. Martin, Moro.
knack of making them grow, or may Bronson 21»
.... 4 1 1 0 2 0
Bargains in second hand machines.
Davis Steinon, Allegany.
4 l 3 « 0 0
be it is their royal blood that makes A. Lovelace lb
i> 0 0 0
See us before buying; all makes
Fred Shields, Klamath Falls.
them look m fine. Sbc has lost only- Miller 3b ....... .... 3 1
3 1 0 0
repaired; needles, oil, repairs. Sin
eight since purchasing them, due no Fischer c .......
2 0 i 15 1 0
ger Sewing Machine Co., 419 Main ’ Within one to three blocks of nearly all the principal
D. I. Wagenblast, Portland.
doubt to their new brooder house and Duback If
4 0 i ■) 0 0
Street, Oregon City.
Remember above date, that consul
modren equipment. Mrs. Pattison is Smith s g ........ .... 2 « i 0 0 0
stores, shops, hotels, banks, restaurants and
also having aery good luek with her
FOR SALE Cheap for cash— Garden
Reibuhf p ... .... 3* 0 A
0 17 0 his treatment is different.
cultivator, sterilise milk pail, t gals. ,
Married women must be accompan
Carbolineum, fence wire, potato
Totals ....... ...3 0 6 14
A R 11 o A !■' ied by their husbands.
scoop, medt barrels, case of 3-in.
HILLSBORO WINS PROM
1 0 0 O 2 0
Address: 224 Bradbury Bldg., Los
Manev 3 b
flower pots, wolf skin, fishing rod.
THE ARMORY 16 TO 8 Bowen 2b
. 3 0 0 1 2 1 Angeles, Calif.
snow shoes, books (mostly fiction), j
Street cars right to the door from every part of the
Lehl c ............ .... 3 0
6 « (1
some china and cut glass, some
3 0 0 4 2 0
Hillsboro's Portland Valley league Elf era lb ......
Yeager cf ...... . 2
Mrs. J. W. Moxley.
0 0 I 0 0
nine proved too much for the Armory Peeler ss
city, for single fare and transfer.
. 3 0 0 3 1 0
Sunday afternoon, the latter taking Labelle If
3 0 0 0 0 0
Junker if .
. 3 0 0 *> 0 0
the short end of a I 6 to S count.
UNDERWOOD STORE — Mothers
3 0 1 4 3 t)
It was a close contest for two in Swartz p
Day chocolates, $1 per box, 2 for
Principal railway ticket offices, and interurban rail
Wentworth cf ... 1 0 f) 0 0 ()
nings, Hillsboro scoring three runs in Spivey if .... ... 1 0 0 0 0 0
$1.75 1 Jell’O and Jell Well, 3 for i <
the first and the Armory coming back
25c.; sweet pickles pint 25c; Al
ways and stage terminals easily accessible.
29 0 1
in the second to lie it up. After the
bers flapjack flour large size 30c:
Earned runs Estaca it G; fi vst base
next two innings were over, it was
Kerr’s wheat flakes, large size 30c;
balls. Davidson 1 : lof! o i btISOS---
anything but a race. Hillsboro got | on
Calumet baking powder, I lb. 30c;
Estacada 9. Davidson
20 hits o ff the Armory twiner and hits. Miller 2. Bronson. k. Lev eia»
Swan Down cake flour 40c; Snow
More Power for t h e s a m e p r i c e
Fischer; struck out by Í cibiihf 15, in
drift, 4 lb. can $1.00; chewing gum
Swartz H. Time 1 :50. Umpire Kim-
3 pkgs. 10c. C. & C. prices, m il
PLUMBING — T I N W O R K
Score by innings:
FOR SALE— At the Underwood Gar
Estacada l 0 0 2 0 2 t 0 x— f.
Truck L in e T e r m i n a l
dens— for your rockery, phlox sub
Davidson 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0— 0
HARD FOUGHT CON I F.ST AT
ulate, 10c; saponatia, 15c 2 for 25c
Penstmon, 26c up, forget-me-nots,
OSWEGO BLANKS SHERWOOD
• C. D., D C., E. C. L A T O U R E T T E •
6 for 25c, ameria 15c, 2 for 25c,
Ore scon in the first inning was'
AND WINS 3-0 VICTORY
A tto rn ey s
For the border, gypsophilia 25c,
all that Vancouver I'.arrack* reeded
Oswego outplayed Sherwood San
Practice in All Courts
delphinium, 15c up, oriental poppy
to win the came from V aihougal in day and won a .1 to 0 victory over *
First National Bank Bldg.
a good game at the Barracks Sunday, the team that won from Estacada a * Oregon City
Electric Building, Portland, Ore.
Oregon * | 10c, phlox 20c, penstinon 20c, eve
ning primrose 10c, coreopis 10c,
Toni Canfield and Joe Gaines en- week ago. Chief Manning allowed
guem 15c, anchusa 20c, lychnis 20c
gaged in a 11 a! pitching duel, only but eight hits in the y ime and nan *
Dr. W. W. Rhode.
* campamela 15c, columbine 10c, ]
The National Fore*t* are the source of the streams- w h ic h s u p p l y
seven hits being registered in the aged to keep thorn well .-.entered, .
domestic and irrigation water as well as water for p<r*er, to n illio n s
pyrethum 20c, Japanese lilies 20c.
game (¡.tinea was hit for three saf- Stone, pitching for Sherwood, was •
of people. Destruction of these forests by fire a e a n « a d i r e c t
tics and ( nnf cid was found for four, pounded for ten hits which were
P b v .ician a n d S u rg eo n
lots to you.
Canfield ■'rink out nine men and bunched iu two inning foi the thr. e • Estacada
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