Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, August 01, 1918, Image 5

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Mr. Fred Adlon, of South
Estacada, left Thursday for a
short visit with friends near In­
dependence, Oregon.
Flour Has Advanced $1 a Barrel
i in the Wholesale Marke t -
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$ 2 .7 5 P E R
Mr. A. G. Ames, government
hunter, returned from a hunting
trip in the mountains the first
part of this week, with a large
wild-cat, which caused a great
deal of curiosity when displayed
on the streets of this city.
S E L L -
SACK!
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S u b s titu te s a r e a s F o llo w s :
Corn M eal, per sack
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8 5c
Rye Flour, per sack
80c
YOUTH
Corn Flour, per pound
8c
Rye Flour, per pound
8C
O at Flour, per pound
8c
Barley Flour, per pound
8c
Potato Flour, per pound
12 l-2c.
Rice Flour, per pound
12 1 -2c
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Your S A T IS F A C T IO N —O u r S U lZC E SSl
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ESTACADA
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Mr. Zelcea Coop, who enlisted
in the marine service a few
months ago, and is now stationed
at Mare Island, is home on a HO
day furlough. Zelcea is looking
well and the service seems to
agree with him.
70c
Rolled Oat», per sack
Why Pay $7.00 or $8.00 for a Sack of Flour and Substi-
tutes, When You Can Buy Them for $6.50
EA ST
Mr. Hort H. Finch was in Port­
land Sunday.
of our Estacada boys, now “doing
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AT A DISADVANTAGE
Y o u n g er Men Are In effective in O b ­
ta in in g C re d it as W e ll as In the
C ontro l of W o rk m e n .
C h ristian Girl, p resid e n t of the
S ta n d a rd I’a rts com pany of Cleveland,
O., says In th e A m erican M agazine:
“W hen n m an of noticeably youthful
a p p e ara n ce goes to a cautious h an k er
seeking to finance even th e soundest
kind of a proposition, his line of a rg u ­
m ent Is discounted before he sav« a
word, by his youthful looks.
The
b an k er Is a fra id of being carried aw ay
ny m ere boyish en th u siasm and Is on
hi» guard. If I w ere m uch under th ir ­
ty-five and had a tip to p business
schem e to finance, T would get nit old­
e r m an of established reliability and
conservatism to p resen t It for me to
th e bankers.
“Y outh Is not alw ays so good, eith er.
In th e production end of n big bu si­
n e ss—handling a foree of men and
g e ttin g the work out of them . In the
first place, the m an who Is bossing the
Job should have occupied all the lesser
Jobs betw een him and the bottom rung
o f th e ladder. T his req u ires tim e.
And, furtherm ore, men do not like to
w ork under a boss who looks too tnueh
like n m ere boy, no m a tte r hnwr sm a rt
o r capable or experienced he may he.
It Isn’t necessary th at be be ns old as
m ost of them , but he should he old
enough to give an Im pression of m a­
tu rity . T he average w orkm an doesn’t
r a r e m uch w hether t**e boss Is th irty
o r fo rty , hut It ndgbt m ake u differ­
ence w h eth er he Is th irty or only
tw e n ty ."
H o w the
their bit” - have left their cars with us
FOR SALE.
So here’s your chance to get a BARGAIN in a
1917 •• Dodge Touring Car or 1915 •• Dodge Touring Car or 1918 •* Ford Runabout.
All in good condition.
We do WELDING and BRAZING, AUTO REPAIRING and REPAIRS of
all Kinds in M ETAL Branch
Cascade Garage
S. P. Pesznecker
Sales A g en ts for
DODGE
CHEVROLET
BU IC K
C A D ILLA C
Republic T ru ck s
Brunsw ick T ires
C leveland T ra cto rs
Estacada
Dutch
Lost N e w
Y o rk .
T h e first step to w ard tnnklng New
Y ork an English colony w as ta k e n 2f>0
y e a rs ago, w hen C harles II g ra n te d to
h is b ro th e r, th e duke of York, n larg e
te r r ito ry In Am erica, to he called, In
h onor of the p roprietor, New York.
T h is Included th e D utch s e ttle m e n t of
N ew A m sterdam and th e “colonle" of
N'ew N etherlnnd, w ith Col. R ichard
■ N lcolls In command, to b e d ep u ty gov-
! ern o r.
T h e D utch s e ttle rs decided th a t It
' w as useless to arg u e th e c a se w ith th e
E nglish Invaders, “ who w e re six tim es
| llie ir num ber," and In th e a u tu m n of
lfrfU F o rt A m sterdam and F o rt O range
w ere surrendered. T h e n am e of New
A m sterdam was changed to New York
and th a t of F o rt O range to A lbany,
t G overnor S tnyvesnnt sw ore allegiance
to C harles II, Imt soon re tu rn e d to
H olland.
New A m sterdam , founded
over th re e c e n tu rie s ago, had a t th e
tim e of the E nglish conquest a popu­
latio n of 1,M)0, w hile th e to ta l popula­
tion of the province was uhout 10,000.