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CLACKAMAS COUNTV NEWS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5, 162*
ENÖEAVOR CONVENTION AT
COUNTY CLERK RYAN URGES
PR O PER REGISTRATION
ESTACADA, NOV. 2, 3 AND 4
STOCK SELLS TOO C H EA P
It was a large affair, the Power
1 sale Tuesday, though everything is
yet checked up. The fine stock
Rev. C. P. Gates of the East Side County Clerk Ryan compliments not
cheap. F. L. Proctor, the
Baptist church, Portland, will be the Sandy election boards as doing ; clerk, too
was assisted by Tom Scales.
the main speaker at the November “excellent work indeed” at the May
convention at Estacadu. He is an pi imaries, but is not quite satisfied JOIN ESTACADA LEGION POST
able, witty speaker and well-known that the “present registration books C. O. Duke of Sandy is the first
among young peaple. His theme will from which the poll books are com ex-service man of the community to
be “Crusade With Christ.” A poster piled” are in the best °f shape. Ryan join the Carl Douglass post of the
contest among the societies is an- ! wants to he sure every voter is regis American Legion, at Estacada, and
noutK'cd. Three prizes, the first one tered in the proper precinct, and to quite a lurge number of other veter
$5.00 in cash, will be given. A con “again remind the public that no one ans have expressed their intentions
vention booster-rally was held at Ore is allowed to be sworn in at the to join the Douglass post. It is be
gon City Presbyterian church, Octo polls.”
ing planned to hold meetings at San
ber 2. The Milwaukie Endeavor has
occasionally, if the interest war 111
announced its intention of winning LOCAL M EASURE ON BALLOT rants.
the banner given for the largest per A measure prohibiting stock from Some of the Sandy boys are hoping
centage of paid registrations.
running at large has been put on the they may be able to establish a post
November ballot, covering Sandy pre at Sandy within the next year or so.
SANDY GARAGE BUSY
cincts number one and two. If the
Sandy Garage is quite busy this measure carries the law will hold EN TERTA IN N EW M INISTER
week with extra repair work, due to good from Cherryville to the county Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wewer of
Sandy were hosts at dinner Sunday
breakdowns and fixing up old cars. line.
to the new minister, Rev. Schoen,
and family, also the Kunniholm and
I Lock families of Portland. About
twenty enjoyed the day together.
JONSRUDS EN TER TA IN GUESTS
Mrs. Annie McKinney, San Fran
cisco, Mrs. Lindell, Miss Alice Lin-
dell of Portland, and Mrs. A. Rodlum
I of Gresham, also the Hansen party
were all dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Jonsrud recently. Gil
bert Jonsrud, former pupil of Mr.
Hansen years ago back East, was
Ford Battery $ 7.9 5
in exchange four your old battery
Authorized Ford Dealer
D ELIVERS N EW FORD SEDAN
Bob Smith Garage
Phone Sandy 41
"HOOK AND LADDER NO. 9 ”
COMING TO LIBERTY
Fire department heads are unani
mous in asserting F. B. O.’s produc
tion, “Hook and Ladder No. 9” to be
the most realistic and actual por
trayal of the life of the fire-fighters
which has ever been filmed. Highest
praise has been given for the manner
in which a number of thrilling fire
scenes have bene filmed, as well as
for the accurate presentation of the
everyday life and spirit of the depart
ment. “Hook and Lidder No. 9” is
being shown at the Liberty Theatre,
Estacada, Saturday only.
“Starting at the bottom” is a time
worn formula for success, but that's
exactly what Mary Pickford has done
in her latest production, ..My Best
Girl,” Sunday and Monday’s feature
at the Liberty. Much of the action
is in the basement of a five-and-
ten-cent-store, and “America’s Sweet
heart” is both literally and figurative
ly “at the bottom” in the various
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W'i Çktcki ktrt in (tmximunl Atmtmmn-
fht tut ¿I
Ross Smith, proprietor of the City
Garage, Sandy, says he has his “nose
in gears” so much of the time he
knows little else of what's going on
in the town.
Sandy Grange meeting will be an
all day session, Oetober 13. The lec
ture ohur program will be along the
line of measures to be voted upon at
the November election.
¡So there he was. Stranded in Pari*
'—trying to cash his personal rbrck*
•—and tu rn in g the
lend o f a glorious
vaeatiun into a nitM-
It was so unnrroasary.t
[National < jty Hank o f New York*
(Travelers . Cheeks are ’ accepted
(everywhere. And what a safeguard
[they are, too, against loss o r theft.
[(Because they can be cashed
(only by the original owner.)
('tty ti* » i
CITY GARAGE K E EPS BUSY
SANDY GRANGE M EETIN G
Jle didn't want to
carry J too much cash
¡T » m (MB f i t
Jack Hayre of Bull Run has re
ceived a new Ford sedan and Ed. Ev
erett a coupe from Bob Smith's Gar
age of Sandy, and more deliveries
are expected soon.
First State Bank
‘A Strong Bank’
A program is being arranged for a
Home festival to be held at
the church Sunday evening, Octo
Corrine Trullinger left Sunday-
morning for Eugene where she is a
senior at the University of Oregon.
Sam Felker and Foster Meyers
have gone to Corvallis to resume
W E HANDLE K ERR 'S FEED S FOR TH IS R EA SO N :—
We believe K err’* Feed» give the person who buys them
their studies at O. S. A. C. Sam is
the most for the dollar. Thi* choice was m ade a fte r y ear’s
a sophomore and Foster a junior.
of experience in D airy and Poultry Feeds.
Miss Kern Clute and Mrs. Agnes
Come in and we will explain further and will gladly help you solve
Francis spent the week end at their
your feed problems.
homes in Portland.
BARTHOLOMEW & LAWRENCE
Mrs. Katherine Kenny and Miss
E stacada, O regon
Pamela Kenny attended the “King
of Kings” aj the Oriental in Portland
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Mrs. Carl Rheburg with Carl, Jr.,
and Bobby spent the week end in
Portland visiting with Mrs. Rheburg’s
Miss Sylvie Spildie visited friends
Pride of Waldo Hills Flour
in Clackamas Sunday.
Silver Leaf Flour................
Irene Bell and Albert Weldy were
Sugar, net cash
united in marriage Wednesday, Sep
2 pounds Cocoa .................
Mr. and Mrs. William Sanders and
2 Rice Krispies...................
Miss Feme Clute were callers at
Clams, Is tall
Doon Lodge Tuesday evening and en
No. Is Tall Pink Salmon
joyed a good radio program.
Apple picking is under way in the
Watermelons, per pound ...
orchards aorund Eagle Creek.
3 Kellogs Com Flakes
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Cogswell left
Tuesday to attend the funeral of
Kellogs Pep, 2 for..............
Mrs. Elizabeth Day. at McMinnville.
We carry a large stock of goods. Items you can't | and Mr. Mrs. and C. Mrs. T. L. Cox P. and
| duplicate in many store in larger towns. If we have | Clingingsmith took in the "King of
Kings” at the Oriental Theatre in
= not what you want, give us a chance to get it.
Portland Wednesday night and re
port it to be a wonderful show.
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I CURR1NSV1LLE STORE PRICES I
H. B. SNYDER, OWNER
A Message of The savings
which we offer
From the Red & White Store Owner
Chain Store Prices
you are not confined to just
a few “leaders’’ out are gen
eral throughout the store—
that is why it pays to buy
all your groceries at the Red
& White chain store—quali
ty and service, too, are un
Saturday and Monday, October 6 and 8
You Can Do Better at a Red & White Store
ARCTIC SWAN FLOUR
49-lb. Sack............ $1.89
One fo r .......
RED & WHITE OLEO
One fo r .........................2 1 4
Two-lb. box .......... 35c4
One ja r ......................... 2 0 4
4 lbs for.................. 15c4
Two Bottles for............ 334
FANCY BLUE ROSE RICE
Three lbs. for .......... 20c*
Per Crate..................... 55 c4
COUNCIL CORNED BEEF
ALL COPPER WASH
12-oz can ... ............ 2 7 c 4
Size 8, a t.......... $4.75
Seven lbs. fo r...... 47c4
FANCY, SMALL SWEET
ALBERS’ QUICK OATS
Large pkg...................... 294
No. 2 Sieve; No. 2 cans
Five cans for.... ........... 99c4
SERV-US CANE AND
Per Carton...... ............. 27c4
Jug for ........................ 49c4
Hear our Radio program every
Friday over KGW at 6:30 p.m.
"G O A TS,” NEW V ENTU RE
The above is the latest Sandy pro
ject. Sandy business men are pool
ing finances and have purchased 160
acres at Dover from C. W. Bruce,
und will put goats on the land until
it is cleared, then will go into the
sheep business. They plan to have
350 acres in sheep pasture. Mr. and
Mrs. Jerry Durham ( Violet Lewis)
have been engaged to take charge of
the goat ranch.
SW AIN JU D G E IN NEW COMEDY
Mack Swain, who appears as the
night court judge in Mary Pickford’»
latest production, “My Best Girl,” at
the Liberty theater, is one of the
screen’s best-known fun-makers. He
was bom in Salt Lake City, Utah,
and went to school there, but at the
age of fifteen decided to become an
His first stage experience was as
a suprtr with a traveling stock com
pany, but he son went to New York,
and for nearly 23 years devited his
efforts to both dramatic and comedy
work before the footlights.
In 1913 he came to Los Angeles
and hadl his first film role as a park-
keeper in “A Muddy Romance,” a
Mack Sennett comedy. His work was
so outstanding that Sennett immedi
ately signed him to a long-term con
tract, and for nearly ten years he ap
peared regularly in Sennett pictures.
Recently he has been free-lancing,
nnd played in “Terror,” “See You In
Jail,” “Becky” and “On Ze Boule
vard.” He is one of the largest ac
tors in Hollywood, weighing 300
pounds and standing six feet two
inches. In “My Best Girl,” which
will be shown at the Liberty Sunday
and Monday, he plays his first role
with Mary Pickford.
R A D IO S
We Can Please You
= Complete Line of Remington Ammunition in Stock =
SPORTING GOODS, KODAKS and FILMS
Feeding the Child!
Children’s appetites are wavering. Feed them
tasty foods, and pure. Our products are made of the
best of materials. When you buy bread, be sure and
ask for bread baked by
TIM E SCHED U LE— PORTLAND-ESTACADA STAGES
Tim e of D eparture
10:00 a. m.
Clackamas 10:35 a. m.
10:50 a. m.
11:05 a. m.
Eagle Creek 11:15 a. m.
Cedar Brook 11:18 a. m.
Estacada 11:30 a. m.
p. m. 6:20 p.'m. 11:00 p.m .
p.m . 6:55 p.m. 11:35 p.m.
p.m. 7:05 p.m . 11:50 p.m.
p.m. 7:25 p.m . 12:05 a. m.
p.m. 7:35 p.m. 12:15 a. m.
p.m. 7:38 p.m. 12:18 a. m.
p. m. 7:50 p. m. 12:30 a. m.
Tim e of D eparture
Lv. Estacada *6:15 a. ai. 8:30 a.m.
Lv. Eagle Cr. 6:30 a. m. 8:46 a. m.
6:35 a.m. 8:55 a.m.
6:50 a.m. 9:10 a.m.
Lv. Clack'mas 7:00 a.m. 9:20 a.m .
Ar. Portland 7 :35 a. m. 9 :55 a. m.
Daily Except Sunday.
4:45 p. m.
5:10 p.m .
6:00 p. m.
1 Sunday Only
V S aturday U Sunday
7:00 p. m.
7:15 p. m.
7 :25 p. m.
7:85 p. m.
7 :45 p. m.
8:30 p. m.
8:15 p. m.
8:30 p. tn.
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V S aturday Only.