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CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS.
FRIDAY. OCTOBER 12. 1923
FOR SALE— Concord grapes, 3 centr One large young sow, will farrow
per pound; pick them yourself.
around the 20th o f this month with
Kinney & Lamberson place, three
second litter. Twenty-seven pigs,
miles east o f Estacada, opposite
just weaned. One male hog, one
L U T H E R A N SE R V IC E S
Garfield grange hall.
year old. Price reasonable. P. W.
English service at the Sandy Luth
Ads. accepted for this column at 1
Douglass, 1-2 mile below Currins- eran church the first and third Sun
cent per word, minimum charge 25 For Sale— Farm Implements
o l9 days at 10:30 a. m.; German services
cents, three insertions for the price
the second and fourth Sundays. Rev.
o f two. Cards o f thanks, 50 cents. One Iron Age potato planter for sale REGISTERED Shropshire ram, $10.
F. T. Schoen, pastor.
A bookkeeping charge o f 10 cents is
or will trade for cattle or sheep. P.
E st ac ad a Christian Church
made for all classifieds not paid ir
W. Douglass, 1-2 mile below Cur-i
Sunday will be observed as home
o l9 For Sale— Cheap; Team, weight about
coming day by the Bible school. Come
1450 each. A. H. Miller, Phone
and be one o f the hundred. Bible
For Sale— Farm Products
school at 10 a. m. A cordial invita
pigs or chickens. W. C. Vanhoy,
tion and a hearty welcome for all
Route 2, Estacada.
CONCORD GRAPES— Three cents
For Sale— Poultry
who have no other church home.
per pound, delivered. J. J. March-
Communion and preaching service
bank, Phone 26-4.
52tf USED CREAM SEPARATORS, gas FOR SALE— 18 fine spring geese.—
Mrs. Thos. Kubitza, Boring, Ore at 11 a. m. The subject of the morn
engines, spreaders, drills, tractors.
o2tj ing message will be “ The Size of
Hessell Implement Co., Gresham.
FOR SALE— Ginseng seed, Golden
Seal aeed, also Golden Seal plants.
Christian Endeavor at 7 p. m. Miss
J. J. Marchbank, Estacada.
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For Sale— Livestock
Anna Leeman, president; Miss Bessie
• FOR SALE— Linn’s Inn, restaurant
C. Anderson, leader. The topic for
GINSENG PLANTS for Rale; two FOR SALE— Purebred O. I. C. pigs
and confectionery, and 18 fur
discussion will be “ The Christian's
years old. W. R. Woodworth, Es
8 weeks old. A- W. Schunke, Gar
nished rooms; also 5 room modern
Duty as a Voter.” — Hugh Foster,
field dist., Route 1, Estacada. It
house and nine lots in Terrace ad-
I dition. Reasonable, and terms to
P res by te r ian C hurch es
right party. Apply W. E. Linn,)
Springwater— Sunday school at 10
a. m., Mr. Shearer, superintendent
FOR SALE— 60 acre farm, 40 acres The sacrament o f the Lord’s suppei
cleared, Stafford district. Joseph will be observed during the morning
Vuna, 1291'E. 19th St. Portland.
service at 11. An offering will be
T H E
FOR SALE— Over eight million feet taken for the relief o f the hurricane
first growth timber with land. sufferers in Porto Rico, and to help
Duke & Proctor, rebuild churches and hospitals that
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s t o r e
s7tf have been destroyed or badly dam
FOR SALE— 120 acres, 6 acres
George— Sunday school at 2 p. m..
cleared, fair barn, running water.
Miss Lins, superintendent. Commun
Lays well; in good berry section.
ion service at 3. The offering will
R e m e m b e r we ha ndle all sizes o f Shells to fit y ou r gun. B ett er get Z
Price $20 per acre, half down, bal
go to the relief work in Porto Rico.
Z y o u r shells n o w while our st ock is complete .
ance on terms. Duke & Proctor,
Eagle Creek— Sunday school at
10:30 a. m., Mr. Spilde, superinten
dent. A harvest home service is be
Employment W anted
ing planned for the evening at 8
COMPETENT NURSE for all occa. o ’clock. The program will consist of
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Shibley of Springwater. Everybody
PLAIN SEWING and dress making j
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neatly and quickly dane at reason
able prices. Children’s sewing »
Mrs. Wiley Howell,
Bird Season Opens October 15th
S. & S. HARDWARE
( Eagle Creek Hall
WANTED— Carpenter and cement
work. Chimneys built. Estimates
furnished; work guaranteed. C. |
A. Chaney, R. 1, Estacada. Phone
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Everything for Your
HATS, M ASKS, FAVO RS,
NAPKIN S, D E C O R A TIO N S
M AGAZIN ES,
Lost and Found
LOST— Sunday afternoon, purse, be
tween Firwood and Birch Robert:
home at Sandy. Phone Sandy,
H allow e’en Party
PUMPKINS, C A TS.
E T C .,
bronze pin by writing 40 words per
ESTACADA Militi SCHOOL minute
in the official speed test for
The commercial department is to
Estacada high school now has 123
enrolled. On the first day of school
only 93 registered but new students
are coming in almost every day.
have four new typewriters. There
are fifty students registered in typ
ing and the department had but 12
machines, which made it impossible
for everyone to have two periods of
typing a day.
In the second football contest for
Two glee clubs have been organ
this year the boys were defeated at
Newberg Friday by a score o f 18 to ized in the school, there being 20
0. Quite a number o f the members of girls and 14 boys. More are urged
to join, however, as these clubs ex
the Pep club attended the game.
pect to have an interesting program
A student body meeting was held outlined for the year. An operetta
September 2G for the purpose of will be given as one o f the attrac
electing an athletic manager. The tions and a trip to Forest Grove to
letternien’s club had nominate • Bob enter the state music contest is an
Hayden and Herbert Fifer. Herbert other part o f the program. Glee
was elected manager and Bob assist clubs from all over the state will com
ant. Howard Fifer has been electee' pete at this time. Miss Wilder is in
charge of the clubs.
The school library opened Monday
Mr. Elliassen, manual training
and is in charge of Miss Jackson, who teacher, is having his boys make ta
has appointed the following to act as bles for the typing department. When
librarian for each period of the day: the new machines and the new tables
Bessie Huxley, Edith Howell, Evelyn are in use, Estacada high will have
Meyers, Dorothy Dew, Ruby Webber, a typing department hard to equal
Pauline Buell in a school o f this size.
Claire Gadsden. Lucille Saunders is
The football schedule for the sea
son is as follows: Estacada at Sand}
Anna Leeman qualified for a September 28; Estacada at Newburg,
welcome.— T. I. Kirkwood, minister.
Estacada M ethodist Church
Services in the Methodist church
at Estacada next Sunday will be as
usual. Sunday school at 10 a. m.,
preaching at 11, Epworth league t\
6:30 and preaching service at 7:30
in the evening.
A double reception will be held at
the church Friday evening. October
12, to welcome Rev. and Mrs. C. T.
Cook, who have been returned to this
charge for another year, and Rev. and
Mrs. J. F. Dunlop, who will make
their home here. Everybody is cor
Oct. 5; Estacada at Hill Military
academy, Oct. 13; Milwaukie at Es
tacada, Oct. 11»; Estacada at Park-
rose, Oct. 26; Molalla at Estacada,
Nov. 2; Estacada at Canby, Nov. 9
St. Mary’s at Estacada, Nov. 16;
open date, Nov. 23; Gresham at Esta
cada, Nov. 29.
The following former students
have visited the school recently: Sam
Whitehead, Kathleen Beck, Helen
Perry, Avis Palmateer, Lola Moore,
Ruth Ayers, Elwin Beck, Edna Bates,
Lillian Duncan, Foster Meyers, Har
old Sarver, Viola Henrickson, Harold
Bronson. Mrs. York, (Alberta Cro
mer) Mrs. Brown (Ruth Day).
D ANC E
E T C.
To My Friends and Fellow Citizen*—
Having been twice elected consta
ble o f Estacada district, No. 14,
and having resigned said office, I
wish to thank my friends and fel
low citizens and assure them o f my
appreciation of their support for
said office. D. M. Marshall.
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Here Are a Few Real Buys in
A Contrast in Principles
D EM O CRATIC
For the protection of labor, indus
try, agriculture and citizenship the
Republican party started the pro
tective tariff, th e Paine-Aldrich
bill was wiped out by democratic
leadership in 1913 and the Ford-
ney-McCumber bill which went in
to effect in 1922, closed America’s
doors to the free entry of European
manufactured goods, produced by
cheap labor, and the livestock and
agricultural products of South
America, New Zealand and Aus
tralia. Under these a duty of 42
cents a bushel was placed on
wheat; 15 cents a bushel on corn;
1 1-2 to 2 cents a pound on cattle ;
50 cents per hundred pounds on
potatoes; $2 a head on sheep and
31 cents per pound on scoured
The Democratic party has always
opposed a high protective tariff. It
stands for “ tariff for revenue only”
or a “ competitive tariff.” When
the Underwood law went into ef
fect there followed in its wake a
near panic that was only averted
by the World W ar in Europe.
W heat, corn, cattle, sheep, wool*
potatoes and other products were
placed on the free list. The farmer
suffered from foreign competition,
and scores of factories closed down
and brought on unemployment and
bread lines. Revenue for govern
ment expense became so low that
the Stamp Act of Oct. 22, 1914,
wedit into effect and a tax was re
quired on all notes, deeds and
mortgages and perfumes and other
The tariff is the safe-guard of American industry, agriculture and commerce.
If changes are to be made in existing tariff laws they can be entrusted to
friends in the tariff party— the Republican party. Protection against foreign
competition means prosperity. If you would have a continuation in prosperity
1924 Buick Sedan ............................................... $425.00
1926 Buick Master S e d a n ................................. 875.00
1927 Buick 4-passenger
C o u p e................ 950.00
1926 Buick 4-passenger
C ou p e................ 800.00
1925 Buick R oad ster.......................................... 375.00
Studebaker Light Six Tourin g........................... 250.00
Studebaker Light Six Touring .
V O T E FOR
1923 Ford Touring, new tires and battery $ 3 5 . 0 0
1920 Buick Touring .........................................$ 5 0 . 0 0
1926 Nash Special C ou p e........................
1926 Nash Special R oadster.......................
W E UNLOADED T W O CAR S OF NEW BUICKS
T U E SD A Y
Walter W. Metzger
SALES and SERVICE
Phone Gresham 1801
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V ice President
Support a Republican President by re electing Conere sman
Oregon City 483
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Paid. Adv. by Republican State Central Com.,
207 Imperial Hotel, Portland
Phil Metschan. Chairman.
Floyd J. Cook, Secretary.