Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, October 12, 1916, Image 7

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Invites Your Patronage
Cash Paid For Eggs
Fred Jon},
Phone Main 81!.
Fstaeada, Oregon
#2. a day.
£10. a week
Hotel Estacada
Modern Conveniences
One of the most delightful Resorts
on the Coast
Local and Tourist Trade Solicited
Hermon A. Lewis
Joint Senator
14th Senatorial District
(C lack am as, C olum bia and M ultnom ah
C ouqtiea)
Economical Legislation, Budget
System, Good Roads, But No
Bonds, Pay As We Go, Opposed
To Graft.
Has No Ax To Grind.
Let The Country Be Represented.
(Paid A dvertisem ent)
M n
A Record Of Stewardship
.7 A ') I K
jU k f 1 SETO.
Continued from page 3
The fraud-law statutes to pre­
vent the use of the mails for
swindling purposes have been
vigorously enforced and will be
continued for the public pro­
More than $1,000,000 have been
saved on a four-year contract for
supplying the Government with
stamped envelopes, and competi­
tion has been encouraged and se­
cured in awarding contracts for
post-office quarters and supplies,
effecting large savings in these
several directions.
And above all, notwithstanding
the great loss caused by the low
'H E tip from a user of W-B C U T Chewing to a
rates for second-class matter and
beginner is:
the heavy expenditure for rural
“ If you won t take a little chew don’t take,any. W-B
delivery and the fact that for 29
CU T isn’t ordinary tobacco. It’s rich tobacco—a chew
years preceding 1913 there was
as big as a regular sized wad of plug is too much of a
an annual deficit, the gratifying
£ood thing. If you really want to know what tobauv
announcement if made that the
satisfaction is, tuck a //{//«nibble of W-B i..to your check,
Department is now not only self-
and notice how the good tobacco taste lasts and satisfies ”
supporting, but will turn hack
into the Treasury this year a sur­
ISM« I t
V . * •
plus of $5,742,000.
It is only just to say that no op­
E. H . S. E ch o es
E s ta c a d a G a ra g e C h an g es
portunity has been neglected in
any 'direction whereby money
M anagem ent
could be saved and conditions im­ The first literary programs of j
is made of a
While the saving of the year were given by the Web-1
money is always a public duty, it sterian Society on Friday, 29th. j change in the management of
is not everything not the great With the new talent which has I the Estacada Garage thi week,
essential of public administration. entered into our school a very i the present owner, J. W. Reed
Service, always service, this is successful year is predicted i'or having incorporated the business,
the great and commanding need
both societies.
more and better accomodations,
The second monthly meeti.igof j taking on two partners, M E.
greater convenience and comfort, the Student Body will tie held I Park and J. M. Melton, formerly
whatever makes for peace and next Friday afternoon at 2:05.
of Oregon City.
contentment. These are things
In the addition of these prac­
Having advanced from t h e
more to be desired than the sav­ Freshman stage the class of T9 tical business men, the service of
ing of money; but if both can be i has discarded the brilliant red
secured—more and better service i and green colors for the more the Estacada Garage will he
greatly augmented, as Mr. Park
for less money—then the purpose modest blue and white.
and aim of wise administration
has for years been in the auto­
has been accomplished, the ut­ The event last Thursday even- mobile business, having founded
most given that any man can ex­ |ing was not a charivari only the and managed the Pacific High­
annual football rally of the E. H.
pect or desire.
No more important responsi­ S. students who after marching way Garage of Oregon City,
bilities can be imposed on men ¡single file down the streets of where Mr. Melton has been the
under our form of government the town, to the time of drums foreman.
than that of maintaining a ser­ and cowbells and high school
Under the new management,
vice so fundamental to the wel­ yells, gathered around the huge more machinery will be immed­
fare and happiness of the people. i bon-fire by the City Hall. Here iately installed, including a lathe,
For the time being, these respon­ several “snappy” speeches were forge, drill press etc, making ;he
sibilities rest upon the Postmast­ given by some of the football shop the equal of any in the
er General and his army of em­ stars Sam Barr, Otis Wagner, county, especially adapted for
ployees, and the way these du­ and Clyde Denny, and also some the repair and maintenance of
ties are met and discharged will of t h e faculty members Mr. Ford cars.
be measured by the extent to Guthrie, Miss Lilly, Miss Dillon,
The Garage will continue to
which the service has been made Miss Schrepel and Mr. Baker.
as agent for the Ford, Oak­
beneficial, all graft and special I After this there were more high act
and Studebaker cars and
privilege eliminated, and all indi­
truck, with J. W. Reed
viduals and communities treated
his attentions largely to
alike. In accordance with the be­ F very body Happy? Yea Bo!! giving
lief that this has been well and We didn’t get beaten. The score the sales end of the business.
conscientiously done will the pub­ was simply against us that was
O n e Sow B rings $ 3 7 .2 0
lic verdict be rendered and final all. but the spirit and pepof ‘‘old
E. H. S. ” is never defeated.
Buyer Givens found a variety
judgment given.
Where Oh! Where were the of livestock offerings on shipping
Paid Advertisement.
! boys voices when the football day Wednesday, having purchas­
T rip ’R o u n d T he W o rld
game was in progress? The girls ed sheep, calves and a bunch of
fine looking hogs.
The Ladies’ Aid Society of the did all the rooting.
Trappof Garfield brought
Estacada M. E. Church are plan­ Evidently someone is in control in Henry
one 465 pound sow, which at
ning a novel supper and entertain­ believe in diplomacy, as they ate the rate of 8c realized $37.20,
ment to take place Friday even­ coming to Estacada Friday, to with other fattened hogs bring­
ing, October 20th.
take defeat at the hands of the ing 9c top price. The shipment
included sever. Doroc Jersey
The supper, which will start at E. H. S.
hogs, which were purchased by
Previous G. H. S. games:
the church, will consist of courses
E. H. S.
G. H. S. J. W. Moxley of Morrow alwut
at various homes, each home be­ 1913
sixty days ago for $30. being
ing decorated to represent some
then a runty looking hunch,
: foreign land.
these animals brought an average
Tickets for the round trip and
of $20 apiece, in payment of
the supper will be soid for 35c 1916
sixty days good feeding and rare.
each and all a''e invited to get
j their transportation early.
W. Woodward, formerly chief
returned home from Baker, where
machinist mate on the U. S. S.
Mrs. S. P. Waterbury, who has he has been working.
San Diego for the past five years,
j been very sick for some time past,
Mr. and Mrs. Nunn of Portland is now located in Estacada. his
died suddenly at her home in Es­ spent
the week end at their Gar­
tacada Thursday morning of apo­ field bungalow.
former home.
plexy. Obituar.s next week.