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PA G E T H R E E
CLACKA M AS COUNTY N E W S, FRID A Y , O C T O B E R 12, 1928
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C H E R R Y V ILLE LOCALS
Mr. and Mrs.
W. W. D A R T T
Barber & Beauty Shop
b a rb e r shop in Masonic Bldg.
B e au ty shop next door to stage
Com plete E quipm ent
E x clam ations o f delight a re being
heard from th e school children since
Mrs. B e rth a Cook moved to P ark-
place last week and has h e r son
C laud P a rk e r w ith her.
V irginia P e tty is sta y in g w ith th e
Z. L ehnfiels. V irginia w an ts to a t
th e new play g ro u n d a p p a ra tu s, con
ten d high school, if possible. C ath-
sisting o f sw ing, te e te r boards, and e .in e P e tty is also back fro m C ali
rings, w ere in stalled by th e d irecto rs fo rn ia.
S atu rd ay . T he m oney to purchase
Mrs. A. B edenstein, Miss C ath erin e
the equipm ent was fu rn ish e d by th e T h ay e r and Mr. W illiam s w ere a t the
Pow er sale T uesday, all going on
P. T. A.
Mr. and Mrs. D onald N elson re
L ast week 465 sp rin g Iam bs w ere
tu rn e d last w eek from the Hood R iver
m a rk e te d from Mrs. Rosie D ahl's
o rch ard s w here th ey had been e m
flocks a t W ildcat, and th e sheep
ployed in picking fru it.
have been tak e n back to T ygh valley.
G a y h art M oehnke has gone to Mu-
lino w here he is w orking in a saw MR A N D MRS. B R A N D E S L O C A T E
DR. H. A. S C H N E I D E R
D E N TIST
P h o n e S a n d y 151
Sandy, O regon
DR. C H A S . P. J O H N S O N
P ra c tice lim ited to e x tra c tio n of
te e th and m inor o ral su rg e ry ,
nerve blocking & gas a n esth esia
463 M organ bldg.
P o rtlan d
Mr. and Mrs. O scar B ran d es (M ar-
M ary E m m a S u rfu s and Amy E d a th a H o ffm a n ), a re now se ttle d a t
w ards called on Mrs. M. P a rk S a tu r Sandy a n d had th e ir firs t visitors
Sunday. Mrs. M. A. D eaton, w ife of
day a fte rn o o n .
the o ffice m an a t S andy L um ber
Mrs. S p itle r visited her c hildren ut com pany plan t, is a siste r o f Mrs.
the J. E. E d w ard s home Sunday.
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DR. F. C. BROSIUS, M. D.
2nd door W est o f M eat M arket
Sandy, O regon
$ 1 . 0 0 to $ 1 . 2 5
S ch n eb el, B e a t t i e St M iller
A tto rn e y s a t Law
6 p e r cen t sta te school m oney to
loan on fa rm s; G eneral law p ra c
tice. B ank of O regon C ity Bldg.
O regon C ity
S c a le s
“SCALES IS RIGHT”
Phone Sandy 271
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L. A. C H A P M A N
M O RTICIA N
Calls a tte n d e d day o r night
M o rtu ary I. 0 . 0 . F. Bldg.
T elephone No. 21-61
For Wood and Coal
Phone City Garage 351
S. E. Wooster
R e al E s t a t e L o a n s, I n s u r a n c e
R e n ta ls
Meyer & Haselwander
FARM LOANS A SP E C IA L T Y
E stacada, Ore.
PRICES ARE RIGHT
Dr. H. M. Kramer
First Class Auto Repairing
a t L aw
G en eral P ra c tice C on fid en tial
O. D. EBY
Let us price your job
C ity , O regon
Our work and prices will satisfy you
Dr. M . M. M a rtin d a le
CHIRO PRA CTO R
of O regon City
T rips to E stacada discontinued
u n til la tte r p a rt o f S eptem ber
W alter W. Gilbert, M. D.
P hyaician e a d S u rgeon
O ffice H ours 0 to 6
and E venings
E STA CA D A
1/ R E B S
K 0N F E C T I0 N E R Y
l \ A F E
C D ., D . C ., E . C. L A T O U R E T T E
P ra c tice in AU C ourts
F irs t N a tio n a l B ank Bldg.
O regon C ity
Dr. W. W. Rhode.
....... mini.... ..
AT ALL HOURS
(any Delco-Remy Equipment)
You are entitled fro this service, your car itself is
= guaranteed by the car factory where it was made.
Certain equipment on it is guaranteed by the equip-
| ment factories. Your Delco-Remy electrical equip-
= ment is guaranteed in this way. Drive in for inspec-
tion and instructions.
O S T E O P A T H IC
P h y sicia n and S u rgeon
E sta c a d a
•FOLLOW THE LEADERf
h u rt.
R e d u c e d C r u d e R u b b e r C o s t to C o u n
t r y b y M o r e T h a n 500 M illio n
D o lla rs .
w ere h auled in th e pi ay shed floor.
W e S p e c i a l i z e in
EXTRACTION OF TEETH
WASHINGTON.—How H erbert Hoo
ver as Secretary of Commerce waged
a tight on foreign monopolies which
had been controlling raw m aterials
essential to Industry, agriculture and
homes of the United States is de
scribed in a pam phlet just Issued by
the Republican National Committee.
This struggle was one which affect
ed every home, for the forelgu monop
olies not only levied a tax on certain
products used in the home but also on
other im portant articles ot commerce.
If it bad been lost, It would have seri
ously m enaced many branches of
business, which made extensive use
of these raw m aterials, thus affecting
A t th is office we a re equipped to
handle th e m ost d iffic u lt e x tin c
tion, w ith gas o r local injectio n
a ro u n d th e gum s.
A tra in e d dental n u rse to in su re
My past experience will b e a r me
out a« a painless e x tra c to r of
X -R ay E x a m in a tio n s
$10.00 to $37.00
The victory which Mr. HocWer
achieved by peaceful m eans resulted
in savings of hundreds of millions of
dollars to the Am erican consumer, the
pam phlet points out.
“Governm entally-controlled foreign
com binations had been set up in a
num ber of raw m aterials which, be
cause of our Inability to produce, we
m ust depend upon purchasing abroad."
says the pam phlet. "Among them are
rubber, coffee, u itrates, potash, sisal,
camphor. Iodine, m ercury and long-
These com binations
fixed both production and prices."
Mr. Hoover’s campaign was waged
by showing business how to hundle
the problem largely by itself. He
asked Congress for funds to investi
gate the foreign control, and also ob
tained authorization to use scientists
from o ther Governm ent departm ents.
L aboratories made studies of recla
m ation and developm ent of substitutes
while scientists sought new sources
of these m aterials, it is shown. Other
investigators gathered full data on
availability of other territo ry to pro
duce these essentials.
Governm ent officials, Mr. Hoover
and others, told the interested indus
tries of th eir findings, and at the
same tim e, w ithout any clash with
any foreign governm ent or agency, let
the nations of the world know Low
the United States was prepared to
m eet th is monopolization policy.
Some of the results of these efforts,
a s cited by the pamphlet, are:
D E N T IST
E stacada, O regon
O ffice h o u rs 0 a. m. to 6 p. ra.
E venings by ap p o in tm en t
O f f i c e P h o n e 315
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Hoover Saved American Con
sumers Many Millions by
th e childern a re not out a t once th ere play shed last S a tu rd a y , and used to
is less dan g er o f little folk g e ttin g level o ff the playground, shavings
S a v e d A m e r ic a M il l io n s
Stew Kettles, Dish Pans, Percolators, Tea Kettles,
and many others to select from
A REAL BARGAIN
T e l e p h o n e 341
HOW u. s um.
Mrs. Z en g e r has appointed lead ers
for cond u ctin g p o stu re drills and
Mrs. Ceceliu Brow n is ta k in g the o th e r fe a tu re s o f physical cu ltu re in
In Mrs. Van
U niversity o f O regon extension work th e u p sta irs room s.
F le e t’s room Lois B eers and F ra n k lin
I every T uesday night.
H aving recesses at d iffe re n t tim es B ittn e ra re lea d ers; in Mr. M allery’s
is w orking splendidly so fa r, as the room Lola Dodd and Donald D ahrens.
All the d irt w as tak e n o u t o f the
play ground is sm all and w hen all
SANDY G R A D E SCHOOL
O ut o f tow n people served in one visit
good d e n tistry .
c o n sisten t
DR. P. G. BROWN, Dentist
W illa m e tte B u ilding, O re g o n C ity
E n tra n c e O p posite Post O ffic e
P hone 562
George W. Beers
Phone Residence 67
Put Your Laundry Troubles on Our Shoulders
Our modern laundry work will please you. Our
cleaning and pressing will please you. Wednesday
and Saturday of each week at Carver, Barton, Eagle
Creek, Springwater, Sandy, Kelso and Estacada.
R u b b e r M o n o p o ly
Saved Am erican rubber consumers
upw ards of (500,000,000 by action
breaking the B ritish control of rubber
production and prices. T his control
Is being abandoned and new sources
of rubber developm ent promise to
hold the prices down.
Saved the American people about
$100,000,000 In Its bill for coffee
through shifting purchases from Brazil
to o ther sources to a sufficient degree
to effect the decline.
Urged the growing of long-staple
cotton In the United S tates to break
the control exercised In Egypt over
acreage and supplies.
Encouraged exploration for native
beds of potash and aided in promoting
th e fixation of tree nitrogen ot the
air to help relieve the Am erican farm
ers from the levy Imposed by Chile
and the Franco-German potash trust.
By dem onstra'lng to the other na
tions th at the United S tates s deter
m ined not to tolerate foreign control,
and by the example afforded in the
case of rubber, the signal has been
given for abandonm ent ot others of
the more deleterious controls.
Mr. Hoover, the pam phlet points
out, has consistently clung to the posi
tion “th a t economic progress must de
pend upon the driving force of com
petition." He has reiterated th at:
“The problem should be met on
the ground of what In the long run
will produce good will and prosperity
to the entire world, for no single na
tlon can dissociate Its prosperity from
the prosperity and good will of all
of them . • • • ”
And his method has sought to bring
th is about, ra th e r than to develop
trade wars, In which there He the
seedB of luternatlonal friction and a
m enace to friendly relations.
P r o s p e r ity ’* V o ic e
Palace L aundry M an
Rain Coats and P an ts
Rubber Boots and Shoes, also Varsity Slickers
Don’t fail to keep in touch with the Remnant Counter
.1. K . E L Y
f Triangle and Kerr Brands |
Poultry and Dairy Feeds |
are standard with many feeders because of the
the uniform quality.
A trial will convince you too.
Any dealer can supply you.
Triangle Mills Inc.
E 175 Tillamook St.
Portland, Oregon §
TO THE LOAF
Willard Batteries, $9.00
I Genuine Delco-Remy and North East auto lights and |
Bosch parts for generators and starters
THE NEW I
ZEROLENE f |
the m odern o il
A STANDARD OIL PRODUCT
Oregon City Battery Shop
12th and Main
L/O N (3
Oregon City |
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An ideal slice-size for toasting, sandwiches and
children’s between meal snacks.
ECONOMICAL FOR LARGE FAMILIES
The same Holsum quality that won the Harry M.
Freer Trophy the second time in two years. The
same price as the regular large loaf.
Sold at Your Favorite
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rants in Estacada and
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