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CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1928
SA N D Y LO C A L ITEMS
Frank Gannon is able to get around
fairly comfortably on his crutches
now and he can also drive his car,
but will not be able to log any for
O u r Savings D epositors
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Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Bourn buck and
daughters Marie and Ruth were hosts
at a delicious chicken dinner Thurs
day night, the guests being Mr. and
Mrs. Neal R. Horr and Marietta.
Many of our savings depositors having accurrv
ulated funds for investment will make loans
with first mortgage security on farms or city
property when approved by us.
John Lenhart o f Lenhart Butte
was in Sandy recently and reports
oats averaging around forty-five
bushels per acre, but the wheat crop
i i was very good.
HAS ORDER FOR 100,000
= i Mrs. Alice Scales is back from the
, mountains and has taken up her work
A strawberry grower at Dover has
! in the Sandy store again.
a tentative order for 100,000 straw
Frank Beers is still improving but
berry plants from California, which
' it will be two months at least before state purchases all her plants from
j he is able to resume his work at his
sawmill. Beei'3 suffered a bad acci
dent several months ago.
BRIDGE SOON TO BE COMPLETE
Let us have
W e will relieve you of all
details and handle in a confidential manner—
looking after the interests of both parties as we
would our own interests in such matters.
Schwartz have gone to Toledo to
work in Bittner’s new plug mill.
Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Harper had as
Sunday dinner guests and for the duy
Mr. and Mrs. Conn Erickson o f Port
Mr. and Mrs. Curl Loundree and
Junior, also Bill Dodd, have gone to
Yachats to spend a week’s vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Loundree hud
as recent guests the latter’s brother
and wife, Mr. and Mrs. George Sha
fer of Bend, also Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Kizer and Betty Jean o f LaPine.
Mr. Loundree is suffering from a se
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I First State Bank
Mrs. Norris and baby have re
White River bridge will be com
turned from a five weeks' vacation
pleted by the time snow flies, though
the railing may not be finished by
Charley Suckow is having a new that time. The five hundred spigots
“ A Strong Bank”
woodshed built. John Hamman is the being made by Jonsrud & Gunderson
of Sandy for the bridge baluster are
Henry being trucked to White river.
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Phone Sandy 291
Phone Sandy 261
H. PERRET, Prop.
G A R A G E , MACHINE SHOP, AUTOM OTIVE
SIX CYLINDER MOTOR CARS
Vice-Presidential Candidate Asks
Non-Partisan Solution Under
Agricultural Situation, He Ex
plains. Is of Deep Economic
Importance to Citizens.
U. S. S E N A T O R
R ep u b lic a n V ic e -P r e s id e n tia l C a n d id a te.
S e n a t o r C u r t i s , in h is A d d r e s s of
A c c e p t a n c e , s t r e s s e d the i m p o r
t a n c e of p r o m p t a c t io n o n the
q u e s t i o n of f a r m aid. “ T h e p r o b
lem,” he d ec la r ed , “ is of deep-
se at ed
ec onom ic
e v e r y c i t i z e n w i t h o u t i ? g a r d to oc
c u p a t i o n o r p o l it ic al p r r t y . ”
a d d e d the s i g n i f i c a n t t h o u g h t t h a t
“ p r o p e r l y its s o l u t i o n is a n d al
w a y s s h o u l d be, n o n - p a r t i s a n . ” F o r
the l e a d e r s h i p of s u c h a n o n - p a r
t i s a n m o v e m e n t , i n v o . v i n g the e x
p e n d i t u r e of h u n d r e d s of m i l l i o n s
of d o l l a r s b y the fe d er al g o v e r n
m en t, he d e c la r e d tha t the l e a d e r
s h i p s h o u l d be H o o v e r ’s — a m a n
w e ll w o r t h y of the p a r t y ’s ch oi ce.
Phone Sandy 101
Prepare for the
Rainy Season N ow
Rainy weather will be here before you know it. See
our line of
LADIES RAIN COATS, OVERSHOES FOR MEN
AND WOMEN, RUBBER PACS, Etc.
‘‘E VE R Y T H IN G TO KEEP Y O U D R Y ”
1 Jackson Lumber Co. I
Service Free of Charge
experience of the most capable ex
perts on the subject whose services
cau be obtained.
It will be remembered that for
J years we had great trouble with the
problem of settling our standard of
value. The failure to settle the ques
tion bad brought forth tile Greenback
Party, and later the Free Silver party.
In 1899, that great and able statesman
from Maine, Thomas B. Reed, a. point
ed a Committee of Eleven to draw
a measure fixing the standard of
value. In three weeks the committee
GRAH AM BROTHERS TRUCKS
had agreed upon a draft of a hill, and
the Gold Standard Act of 1900 was the
l result We have bad no trouble with
10th and Railroad Ave.
that question since then. If such a
committee could settle so satisfactor
ily that great and vexing question,
surely a similar committee of able leg
islators specifically charged with the
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task could agree upon an agricultural
relief plan which would bo equally
The solution will bo found, and
Our party has
|; pledged Itself to tho development and
| enactment of measures which will
11 place the agricultural interests of the
if United States on a basis of economic
■ j equality wltb other Industries, to ln-
"Everything for the Builder"
— | sure Its prosperity and success.
Philosophy of Farming
Encouragement of Agriculture at-
AUGUST and SEPTEMBER SPECIALS
: ways has been a Republican doctrine.
NO. 2 and 3 DIMENSIONS
| : ( It Is a necessary part of our pbilos-
:' ophy of government. Agriculture Is
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ii la the very nature of things will ever
; be so. Whatever Is to the detriment
per thousand feet
ii of tho farmer Is. eventually, to the
I detriment of all our citizens; his wel
fare and prosperity are Inevitably re
flected in the welfare and prosperity
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i of the whole nation.
Many plans for the encouragement
of Agriculture have been proposed,
and many have been given effect by
, our party. I d tho course of my polit
ical life every ono which In my opin
ion promised an appreciable measure
of sound relief has had my whole
hearted and active support.
TO THE LOAF
Of recent yoars, two farm measures
have been Introduced by me In the
Senate. Two Democrat members of
An ideal slice-size for toasting, sandwiches and
tbe House joined lu their preparaton
children’s between meal snacks.
The first was
known as the Curtis Aswell mil. It
ECONOMICAL FOR LARGE FAMILIES
created an Interstate Farm Marketing
The same Holsum quality that won the Harry M.
Association. Its purpose was to pro
Freer Trophy the second time in two years. The
mote and stimulate the orderly flow
of agricultural commodities la coin
same price as the regular large loaf.
meree; to remove burdens and e
Sold at Your Favorite
•tralnts on such commodities In com
merce; and to provide for the process
Grocery and Restau- l i U b t f U l U
ing, preparing for market, handling,
pooling, storing and marketing of ag
rants in Estacada and
rlcultural commodities through co-op-
TUteeit rmmitt o f i/u Hetium(amity
Kent L. Moody
Bittner Service Station
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FOR SALK— Good young cow, Jer-
sey-Durham; to freshen in Novem
ber, with third calf. H. Gernand,
Route 2, Boring; 2 1-2 miles east
FOR SALE— Ginseng seed. Golden
Seal seed, ulso Golden Seal plants.
J. J. Marchbank, Estacada.
FOR SALE— Good work and saddle
horse, $00. George Beers, Sandy,
FOR SALE— Seven six weeks oft
pigs. Ervin Douglass, phone Esta-
Graham Brothers Trucks
MEALS A T ALL HOURS
‘COURTESY” OUR MOTTO
FOR SALE— Over eight million feet
first growth timber with land.
Duke & Proctor,
Phone City Garage 351
One-half to three ton
R E B S
them, tell us.
FOR SALE— Three fresh cows, six
springers, three heifers, 22 shoats,
and one Guernsey bull. Call South
Side Foster road, near Johnson
Creek, 3 miles east of Lents.
For Wood and Coal
PRICES ARE RIGHT
If you like them, tell
your friends; if you don’t like
FOR SALE — SHINGLES— 95 per
^ HE question of the proper re-
cent perfects, $2.10 per thousand,
lief for Agriculture is a try
delivered. Paul Klaetsch, Tele
ing and perplexing one. The
problem is of deep seated
FOR SALE — Cleaned Hungarian
every citizen without regard to his
vetch seed and seven title pigs.
occupation or his political party.
Phone 32-31, Estacada. J. A.
Properly, its solution is aud always
should be, non-partisan. 1 am con
vinced that if a small Joint committee
of the House and Senate were ap FOR SALE— Pitted Prunes, 3 cents
pointed to study tlie problem and to
per pound, delivered. Fred Ma-
find its proper solution, the necessary
relief quickly could and would be af
forded. The Committee could be as
sisted in its task by the advice and FOR SALE— 120 acres, 6 acres
cleared, fair barn, running water.
Lays well; in good berry section.
Price $20 per acre, half down, bal
ance on terms. Duke & Proctor,
CH EVRO LET, O A K L A N D and PO NTIAC Service
Try our goods— they are always
C U R T IS
Meyer & Haselwander
FOR SALE— 25 used cars in good
running condition— look them over
— drive them. You'll find the
price less than you expect to pay.
Hessel Implement Co., Gresham. s7
FOR SALE— Two good large work
horses eight years old— reasonable.
Inquire at Miller’s blacksmith shoR
or can be seen in J. A. Kitching’s
GEORGE W. BEERS
FOR SALE— 40 acres; 10 acres
cleared, balance pasture and tim
ber; good five room house, three
acre orchard, barn and outhouses.
$2,250; $700 down.
BIG SALE on Halsey place 2 miles
north o f Sandy on B luff road.
Horses, wagons, plows, harrows and
small tools. Sale starts at 2 p. m.,
Saturday, Sept. 15.
FOR SALE OR RENT to reliable
party, 23 acres cleared land in
Eagle Creek. Also good piano for
sale. Mrs. Paul Still, Eagle Creek,
HOUSE FOR RENT at Estacada;
four rooms and bath; phone Sandy
24 or write Mrs. Viola Denning,
Route 2, Box 06, Boring.
STRAYED — 16-month-old black
heifer, had bell on when last seen.
Pleaso notify G. T. or H. G. Hunt,
phone 207 or Estacada, R. 1.
LOST— On Upper Broadway Monday
morning, black handbag containing
papers valuable to owner, check
and some silver.
Reward if re
turned to Mrs. A. Sagner, Estacada
WANTED— To buy large heating
stove— must be in good condition
Sanek Barber Shop, Estacada. s7
PLAIN SEWING and dress making
neatly and quickly done at reason
able prices. Children’s sewing a
Mrs. Wiley Howell,
FURNISHED Room for rent suitable
for one or two persons. Near cor
ner Fifth and Wade Streets. Tel
ephone 47-13. J. P. Woodle.
LARGE LIST o f used implements—-
ensilurge cutters, spreaders, plows,
cream separators, etc. Hessel Im
plement Co., Gresbam.