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About Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928 | View Entire Issue (March 30, 1916)
item o f $11,524.66 spent in 1915
School will hold a
(Formerly Estacada Progress)
largest single expense.
“ penny social” at the Grange
As a solution and to effect e- Hall, Saturday evening, April 1st.
Published every Thursday at
conomies, the Oregon City Cour Admission will be one penny and
R. M. Standish,
Editor and Manager j ier and others are advocating the
everyone is requested to come
early creation of a County Poor provided with plenty of pennies,
Entered at the postoffice in Estacada,
Farm, where by bunching the as several attrac tions will be of-
Oregon, as second-class mail.
county’s poor together under one i fered for one cent each, with re-
S ubscription R ates
roof, a saving can be realized.
j freshments at the same rate.
One year • -
The idea is all right and has its ! The proceeds will go towards im
advantages over the present sys provements at the school.
tem of allotment of charity funds,
Thursday, Mar. 30, 1916
N. M. Tracy of Garfield lost a
which in some cases may be wast
horse last Friday.
A number of the Garfield resi ed, but again, many worthy and
dents are considering the open
ing of a cooperative store in their needy people, who have some
midst, to occupy the premises of pride left, would rather go with
the late Garfield Mercantile Com out aid, than make the trip ‘ ‘Ov
er the Hills to the Poor House.”
This plan of cooperation among
Have you registered yet? The
these farmers is a worthy one,
registration books close April
but too idealistic and Utopian to
attract the shrewd investor.
For C h ro n ic
As any local merchant will vouch
- C o n s tip a tio n
Eig Realty Deal Consumated
for, the percentage of profit in
the mercantile business is narrow
Six g la s s e s o f
w ater daily and ,T
or nil, even with the best of mer week of a realty deal, whereby
chandising methods and with but C. A. Spackman of Garfield, dis
posed of 220 acres of his Upper
That small element, called prof Garfield property, the purchasers i
(V u l e r l t e a V
it, which is of prime importance being Mr. and Mrs. Julius Mark-
The laxative tablet
in the operation of a store, might wart of Portland.
w uh the pleasant taste
not be present in a cooperative
W e h t v e th e e x c lu s iv e
With the opening up of the
institution, where each rural
t e llin g righ ts f o r this
stockholder reserved the right to lumber business in the state,
gr e a t la x a t i v e
freely reach into the cracker bar Henry Fanton o f Garfield left
rel or openly dig out a dried her Tuesday to find employment, as
Thm *R&xaJUL sear•
ring, while the femine stockhold he is an experienced man in all
ers would naturally feel equally forms of the work from the log
ging camps to the mill work.
privileged in the candy jars.
Maybe the true spirit o f un
selfishness, coupled with a will .I..I. + .I. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
ingness to dig down in their ♦
pockets to make up a deficit and
the reposing of full authority in
a store manager, may character +
ise the rural residents of Garfield,
if so, the venture would be a
success, not withstanding the +
fact that the big majority o f co
operative stores have been an ex
+ + + ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ + ♦ + ♦ + ♦ + ♦♦
With the Estacada schools at * By 0. W. EASTHAM, Republican
tracting state wide attention, ow * Candidate for District Attorney
ing to their up-to-dateness and r+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
+ ♦ + + ♦♦
the high school ranking as one
o f the best in the state, is it not Editorial from Eastern Clack
IN FAIRNESS TO THE
PEOPLE OF CLACKAMAS
time for the formation o f a Union
amas News, issue of Feb. 24th.
COUNTY, I would not, if Dis
High School in Estacada?
trict Attorney, appoint a young
It seems odd that this move
“ In fairness to the office o f Dis
lawver with ONE YEAR’S
was not made sometime ago, as trict Attorney and contrary to the EXPERIENCE, as “ LEGAL
nearby districts now pay the
of the County
County, the duties of the recently
high school tuition tax and allow appointed assistant to the District Court.
Estacada to elect the school board i Attorney are not confined, to any
IN FAIRNESS TO THE
and run the school.
large extent, to investigation and
PEOPLE OF CLACKAMAS
COUNTY, I would give the
By the forming o f a Union prosecutions of prohibition infrac
ta>ns, but the assistant is, really the
County Court the benefit of
High School, such as Gresham.
legal advisor of the County Court,
Sandy and many other localities in which capacity, the Judge and my seventeen ^ a rs experience
as a practising attorney. The
have done, each district joining Court are credited with having stated present
in the union high school, would that he has already more than saved could do that
it is what the
be entitled to a director on the the County the amount o f his people PAY HIM $2100 A
school board and usually repre salary".
sentation is fought for by those
On recommendation and request o f the present Dis
who pay the taxes.
trict Attorney the County Budget Meeting (excuse the
joke) set aside $3000 for enforcement of the prohibition
According to the statistics of
Why is the money being used to pay a DEPUTY
whose duties “ ARE NOT CONFINED TO ANY LARGE
an accountant, who recently aud
EXTENT TO INVESTIGATION AND PROSECUTION
ited the county’s finances, the
OF PROHIBITION INFRACTIONS” ?
Eastern Clackamas News
is what we will be paying
in a couple of weeks, when
we will be ready to open a
We are merely waiting for
the books, forms and other
matter necessary to install
this valuable adjunct to our
growing banking business
Estacada State Bank
IIR O V
IR W IN
W A IM K .
W R IG H T ,
P r e s id e n t
V ic e
P r e s id e n t
C a s h ie r
Interest paid on time deposits.
C. E. Lucke
In Fairness To The
People O f
sf Hogs, Cattle, Sheep
All shipments mede from
Estacada Stock Yards
Phone W . Givers, Estacada agent,
and advise him of what you have
for sale, and I will call ana
and s h i p m e n t .
The sympathies of her friends
are extended to Mrs. Geo. Coates
( n e e Krigbaum) o f Garfield,
whose child died Friday last, a
few hours after its birth, at the
Bland Hospital in Estacada. The
mother, w ho was very ill, is re
ported to be getting along as well
as could be expected.