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•CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1928
AL SMITH ON THE TARIFF
Clackamas County News
SANDY LOCAL ITEMS
Mrs. Wm. Child, B oring, is a t Kop
i s t Grove visiting w ith a son and w ith
Miss E dith Shell w ent to E ugene to
»pend the w eek end and see the big
Mrs. Tom D unn visited Her d a u g h
te r, Mi . \V. G. K enton und Mr. K en
ton in P o rtlan d , and is also visiting
frien d s at M arshfield b efo re settlin g
u t C orvallis fo r the w inter.
The public utterances of Govenor A1 Smith, demo Ben Kligel and fam ily a re enjoying
cratic nominee for president, when referring to the tariff, a fin e S ta r sedan.
can be taken only as an indorsement of the Underwood Tom Scales, T ony P e rre t and Ells
G. E. PA RK S, E d ito r a n d Publisher
C. REX PA RKS, A dv ertisin g M anager
tariff bill of 1913, which placed on the free list wheat, w orth Bell a re not y et th ro u g h ta lk
MRS. J. M. C. M ILLER. S andy N ews E d ito r
corn, potatoes., sheep, cattle, wool, milk, cream, eggs, ing a bout the w onderful tim e they
Published W eekly on F rid a y s a t E stacad a-S an d y , C lackam as Co., O regon
fr uit, meat, hogs, beef, veal, mutton, bacon, hams, lard, ha^ “t the Pendleton Round-up.
E n te re d in th e po sto ffice o f E stac ad a , O regon, as second class m a tte r.
gl rass seeds, including alfalfa clover and timothy, cauli- of rUrIey Kinney ut ttu. Bruns
flower and celery seed, soya beans and cotton seed.
K inpey w ent to the city to work.
The Fordney-McCumber tariff bill puts a duty of 12c
In C lackam as C ounty, one year, $1.50; O utside the c o u n ty and in th e sta te per pound on butter, as compared with 2 1-2 cents under
o f O regon, one y ear, $2.00; O utside th e sta te o f O regon, one year, the Underwood bill.
Rye now pays a duty of 15 cents
$2.50. F o reig n , $.'!.00 per year. S ubscriptions a re payable in advance.
per bushel, but was entered free under the Underwood
law. In fact practically everything produced on the farm
WILL VOTE ON AUTO LICENSE FEES
now is protected, while all the important products of the
Carry a Check Book
Along with voting for a candidate for president next ¡farm under the Underwood law wrere admitted duty free,
month, the voters of Oregon will pass on a measure which
What, in the way of relief, can the farmer expect
if carried would reduce automobile license fees. The I from a president who openly says that they shall not be
Cash in the pocket is easy to spend,
action taken on the bill will determine whether the state j protected from competition by the other countries of the
many times for things that could well
road building program will be continued.
be done without.
Most everyone would like to have their automobile
license cost reduced, and, likewise, would like to have
Some of the campaign whispers seem to have a loud
more improved highways. It does not appear that both speaker attachment.
The way to make your Savings Account
grow here at the Clackamas County
Reasonable assurance has been given that the next
From the statement of their campaign managers it is
Bank is to also have a Checking Ac
legislature will make some provision for the payment of hard to see how either Smith or Hoover can lose.
Then deposit all your money
the auto tax in two installments, which probably would
out only such funds as are
make the tax appear easier to pay, and, at the same time,
It is estimated that 80 per cent of the goods sold at
A reasonable amount
road building could be continued without interruption. retail are purchased by women.
License fees cut in half and machines assessed on the
account here; and but
basis of their value, the latter to be paid as other property
a dollar is needed for the start of a
An Estacada man says all the bootleggers will vote
tax no doubt would ease up the opposition to the high tax
and at the same time bring in an equal amount of money for Hoover. That should assure his election.
to be spent on the highways.
There are many ways of earning an honest living
WORTH TRYING AGAIN
open to ambitious ladies. Swan Ringens, world’s cham
C la c k a m a s
A few months ago the local post of the American pion high diver makes hers by diving from a 100-foot
Legion went to the expense, with the aid of the manual olatform into a tank of water five feet deep.
training class of the high school, to paint in large letters
a sign on the top of the high school building to aid lost
shippers o f a load o f live hogs to th e
aviators. The location of this sign was duly recorded
P o rtlan d m a rk e t T uesday.
Floyd H ale is doing som e re p a ir
and on at least a few occasions word had been receive!
w ork on th e hom e of Mrs. Lou H ale.
that real benefit had resulted.
The ra in s o f th e last few days
Recently a report was received by a local business Miss E th el H ale o f P o rtlan d spent have
t enough m o isture in the
man to the effect that an aviator, trying to get his bearing;- 'h e w eek end w ith h e r m other, Mrs. gro u n d p u so
th e fa rm e rs a re plow ing
had failed to find the sign at Estacada. Upon investiga
and seeding g ra in .
tion it was learned that the roof of the school house had G eorge W a lte r is spending the
ainy days in his shop m aking wagon
been re-painted, and that the sign had been painted over. beds,
el beds, hay racks and fix
The Legion decided, from the information presented, ing up g rav
Phone Sandy 261
H. PERRET, Prop.
that danger for birdmen might exist if the sign, after be V ictor L eon and L. A. F ra n k s sold
ing duly recorded, could not be found, and so a committee a nice bunch o f cows th a t go to the
was selected at the last meeting of the organization to Lava H ot S prings, Idaho. W e arc
replace the sign.
selling too m any cows th a t a re being
Farm and Cattle Sales
The expense is not very great, but if it has to be re shipped to o th e r sta te s. I f th e buyers
Stewart-Warner Radios and Fairbanks-Morse
painted very often, would be too much for the an pay th e price, pay fre ig h t, and
Phone Sandy 12x4
y e t m ake m oney on th ese cows, i t ’s
Systems and Light Plants
Estacada Legion post.
cinch we can m ake m oney on them
G A RAGE, M A CH IN E SH O P, A U TO M O TIV E S U P P L IE S
THIS IS FIRE PREVENTION WEEK
Boring - - - Oregon
CHEVROLET, OAKLAND and PONTIAC Service
F ra n k W ebber le ft T uesday for
If your home or business building burns down, it will E a ste rn O regon.
T h e \ an Moss a n d L. H. Rake
generally be due to one of six preventable causes, accord
ing to the National Fire Waste Council, which names su it cam e to tria l a t O regon C ity on
M onday, Rake w inning on a cc o u n t ° f
a fa u lty c o n tra ct.
1. Improper building construction.
o f B ear
2. Defective wiring or other improper installation of C reek
Dam called on J. O. T unnell
equipment furnishing heat, power and lights.
3. Careless storage or handling of explosives and Mr. and Mrs. A ndrew Shankland
called on relativ es in C urrinsville
J b r E co n o m ica l Transportation
4. Handling and use of nitro-cellulose films.
See these used cars today! You can get the
5. Accumulations of trash and rubbish.
car of your choice at an exceptionally low
Jo h n B u rd e tt o f Sandy v isited re l
6. Carelessness with matches and in disposing of ci ativ es in C urrinsville Sunday.
price—and you can buy it for a small first
gar and cigarette butts.
payment and on easy terms. These cars,
and I). M. M arshall
With the exception of the first named, all the above ire L e on ste r the H ale
carrying the red “O. K. That Counts” tag,
coast fishing a n d having
causes of fires may be largely eliminated with little or no i few days' vacation.
provide you with a definite assurance of hon
expense. Summed up, the fact is that at least two-thirds
est value, dependability and satisfaction
Jim m ie F leen er, a n iece o f J.
of the fires which destroy more than .$500,000,000 worth O. Miss
because they have been thoroughly checked
T unnell, and a frien d of Boise,
of property and about 15,000 human lives each year may ind In d ia n V alley, Idaho, ex p ect to
by expert mechanics and reconditioned for
be traced directly to pure carelessness.
thousands of miles of satisfactory service.
re tu rn hom e S aturday.
It’s a terrible price to pay for stupidity and reckless C. A. L ooney and H. S. Jo n e s w ere
Come in and make your selection today while
disregard of danger.
stocks are complete.
Now that the world series games are over and the
Yanks have gone back home victorious, just as everyone CONFECTIONERY
expected, we can expect things to quiet down to normalcy
again, for a few days at least.
T ry o u r goods— th ey are alw ays
C oumy B ai S'
Small First Payment—Easy
Terms on O.K.’d Used Cars
I f you like th em , tell
y o u r frie n d s; if you d o n ’t like
th em , tell us.
Distance is no question with us. Our
equipment is at your service day or
Gates Funeral Gresham-
Sandy, O regon
BOBBIN G, B A R B E R IN C
SH O W ER BATHS
AND SH OE SH IN IN G
Special Pork Roasts
W O RK
C A R E FU LL Y
Pork prices are down and we will have on hand a
good supply Saturday
STUDEBAKER BIG SIX—
Ford Touring Car
A few of
our exceptional Used Car values
“w ith an OK th at cou n ts”
P o rtla n d o ffice A uto F t. T erm .
— E a st 2406
181 E. W a te r S t
E STA CA D A TRUCK SE R V IC E
In su re d C a rrie r
F u rn itu re M oving a S pecialty
D aily Service
E STA CA D A to PO RTLA N D
O rd e r all goods delivered to auto
F re ig h t T erm inal, 181 E. W ater
S tre e t. P o rtlan d .
ED. ST E IN M A N
O ffice 72-1— E stac ad a — Res 11-3
E stac ad a , O regon
in good condition, only $ 30.00
Running every day, a car
you will be proud to own.
We can use some good second-hand cars and now is a good time to get a
new one with a liberal allowance on your old machine.
Cascade Chevrolet Co.
Dependability, Satisfaction and Honest Value