Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, January 22, 1920, Page Page Seven, Image 7

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EASTERN CLACKAM AS NEWS
Thursday. January 22, 1920
A MAN O U G H T N O T T O B E S H O T OK P U T IN AN
INS AN E A S Y L U M B E C A U S E H E S END S A W A Y AND
B U Y S HIS H A R D W A R E F R O M A M A I L O R D E R H O US E.
HE ONLY NEEDS TO BE T A U G H T T H A T HE CAN
BU Y B E T T E R G O O D S F O R L E S S M O N E Y A T HIS
H O M E STOKE.
W E DO N O T W ANT Y O U R T R A D E JUST B E C A U S E
IT K E E P S O U R M O N E Y A T H O M E . B U T B E C A U S E
Y O U CAN G E T B E T T E R STUFF FOR LESS MONEY
T H A N BY SENDING AW AY.
T H E N Y O U H A V E NO F R E I G H T T O P A Y : Y O U S E E
W H A T Y O U BU Y B E F O R E Y O U BUY IT: Y O U G E T IT
T H E D A Y Y O U W ANT IT: AND W E S T A N D B E H IN D
E V E R Y T H I N G W E S A Y AND S E L L .
O U R H A R D W A R E : IS T H E BEST: IT S T A N D S T H E TES T.
ANY M O R E
with tlo it Order Goo¿
See w hai y^u buy.
KNOW R ELIA B LE
GOODS
our ST O R E.
Special for Friday and Saturday:
No. 1 Lamp Chimneys, regular price 15e, special price 8c
No. 2 “
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20c,
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•* 15c
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Stove Pipe
Elbows
AH Stock Foods and Tonics for horses, cows, hogs and chick ens. 20 per cent olf regular price.
BERT H. FINCH,
Hardware,
Furniture,
Implements
BACTER IA DESCRIBED
(Continued from Last Week i
THE U N I V E R S A L C A R
T o make sure of getting a Ford car,
buy one now. Don’t wait until spring
but buy one now while deliveries are pos­
sible. Even next month is an uncertain­
ty.
The number of Ford cars allotted to
this territory is limited and specified.
Even to get our allotment, we must have
real, bona-fide orders for cars. Just so
many cars allotted us; just so many will
get cars; will you be one of them? Those
who order their cars now will be protect­
ing themselves. If you would be fore­
handed, get your name on an order today.
Notice to Subscribers
It is becoming more and more
expensive to publish a paper.
Our bills for paper and other ex­
penses have to he met promptly.
We expect prompt payment like­
wise on part of chose owing us,
as we are dependent on the re­
ceipts to meet our bills. There
is a large number of subscript­
ions over due.
We shall be
grateful if those who are behind
will please settle at once as we
need the money.
THE EDITOR.
R A K E R & SON
ESTACADA.
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GRESHAM
M. E. Church
R. R. CARLSON
There will be services both morning
and evening next Sunday at 11:00 a. m.
ar.d 7:30 p. m. Sunday School at 10:00
a. m., Young People’ s Meeting at 6:30
p. m.
Everyone cordially invited to
attend these services.
J. F. Dunlop, Pastor
Undertaker and Embaimer
Local Agent for Estaeada
M. W. of A.
The Portland Telegram and
The Eastern Clackamas News
for a whole year by mail, for
only $5.00.
Ed Douglass has a new truck,
a Kleiber, for which Wilcox
Bros, of the Cascade Garage are
the agents.
Estacada Camp No. 8769, M.
W. of A., will hold their regular
meetings on the second Friday
of each month at H o’clock P. M.
in the I. O. F. Hall.
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Gresham - Oregon
Warren McWillis
I
I
Pacteria and one celled animal
parasites are man’s invisible foes and
are to be found anywhere that they
find a favorable environment as dirty
places, stagnant water, decayed de­
bris, etc. Louis Posteur, a noted bac­
teriologist, said, “ It is within the
pow< r of man to cause all parasites
disease (disease mostly caused by
bacteria) to disappear from the
world.”
The way to do this is by means of
proper sanitation.
Every man, wo­
man and child in the world should
do his bit in cleaning up all places
that art favorable for the growth of
their enemies. Most towns and cities
are practicing sanitation, hut Ksta-
t ada is not. Is is estimated that san­
itary precautions would save 3,000, •
000 lives yearly in Europe an I
America.
Surely Estaeada can and
will do her bit.
Tuberculosis, typhoid fever, dip-
theria, pneumonia, blood poisoning,
diarhoea and a score of other dis­
eases ought not to exist.
A good
deal more, than half of the present
misery of this world might be pre­
vented and this earth made cleaner
and better by the co-operation of
everybody in cleaning up everything
and place that might have a disease
germ.
Fire will kill disease germs. Then
burn all debris and useless trash.
Places where fire cannot be used may
be disinfected with carbolic acid,
formalin or formaldehyde, lysol or
bichloride of mercury. The sun will
do his share in killing disease gcriio
if the places are cleaned of nibbisn
and left exposed so his sunbeams will
reach all parts.
Knowing what the* Inhabitants of
this swamp are, we think that it Is
proper to drain it, for these germs
may he disease germs, and if thev
are it is a good place for disease
germs to multiply.
This place may he easily draine I
if tlie street was graded and the wa­
ter drained from both sides into tin1
gutters and emptied into the sewer
at the corner near Lichthorn’s store.
Even th6ugh it be necessary to use
tiling it would not cost the city much
and it would greatly Improve the ap­
pearance of Estaeada.
LESTEIt
ANDREW
\l< M A INS.
JANNHEN.