Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, August 04, 1921, Image 2

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EASTERN CLACKAMAS NEWS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 4. 1921.
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he might in thought, consider er is in personal touch with his
that the U. S. had no business to pupils, he might as well be a HAVE YOUR SHOES HEPAIRED
-----at-----
E ntered a t th e postoffice in E stacada, engage in such a contest. This phonograph. The greatest Mas­
private opinion might be very ter of all, declared: “ I know my The Progressive
Oregon, as second-class mail.
strong, so much so, that under sheep and am known of mine.”
American Shoe Shop
Published every Thursday at
great excitement, when cool re­ This is possible in the small col­
HARRY JOHNSON, Prop.
straint was wanting, he might lege, but experience shows that
Estacada, Oregon
give utterance to it. and yet in the large college it is wanting.
Dr. W. W. RHODES,
UPTON H. GIBBS
without seditious intent. He Some years ago, a leading law­
Osteopathic Physician,
E ditor and M anager.
thinks it probable that if Ger­ yer in New York City, wrote a
many had won the war, and pro­ letter to the Outlook, on this
wishes to announce to the public, that he is located
S ubscription K ates
ceeded to wreak vengeance on the very point. He was a graduate
$1.50
One year
at Hotel Estacada, every Monday, Wednesday and
U. S., Albers would have taken of Yale, and had just been ques­
Six months
.75
Friday, from 8:30 a. m., to 4:30 p. m. Consultation
up the cudgels in its defense. tioning his nephew who was at­
If you are figuring on Paint­
Free. I treat both Acute and Chronic Cases. Ar­
For there many instances of men tending Yale, as to college condi­
ing get my prices. I will
Thursday. August 4, 1921.
rangements can be made for House Calls. Portland
acting thus illogically.
furnish the material or you
tions. He found according to
can furnish it. I will do
It was Albers misfortune to be the latter, that the classes had
The Albers Case
office 441 Morgan Building, Broadway and Washing­
your work by day or con­
ton streets. Phone Main 1511.’
Now that Henry Albers has rich. I f he had not been, no become so large that the profes­
tract. Leave your orders at
trap
would
have
been
laid
for
sors
never
attempted
to
know
Smith
Hardware
Co.
’s
store
passed away from the jurisdic­
at Estacada.
tion of earthly tribunals, his case him. And the law to show its the individual students, and both
can be viewed impartially and impartiality had to treat him se­ remained strangers to each oth­
J. W. SAUNDERS,
without prejudice. It presents verely, as it would have been er, He contrasted this most un­
Rt I, Estacada.
material for a very interesting said that his wealth purchased favorably with the condition in
‘W W W
immunity,
while
the
poor
man
his
own
time,
when
the
profes­
pschycological study. It must
be remembered that his offense was punished. At the time of sors knew the individuals of their
happened in unusual times, when his arrest, Dr. Marie Equi, of classes and took a personal inter­
everything was out of joint, and Portland, was under conviction est in.each.
what in ordinary conditions for a like offense, and if Albers Of course, the poorly endowed
would have passed unnoticed as had not been arrested and tried it college may have a poor faculty,
your
trivial, took on a serious complex­ would have furnished fuel for but this is seldom entirely the
ion, which point few realized un the inflammatory radicals. But case. The teachers may not be
til brought up sharply. This there was a difference between so brilliant as the better paid,
was so with most of the social­ the two cases. Dr. Equi, anc but they are often actuated by
by using
Do You Know
ists and other pacifists. They those like her, were coolly en­ higher ideals, especially when
the extent and quality of service which your Home
had been accustomed to uttering gaged in propaganda for the hin- they continue in their positions
MENDETS,
Bank is prepared to give you? Whether it be a
their thoughts and censures of derance of the government, at a sacrifice. Besides in a small
checking
account, with its manifold advantages in
whereas
there
is
no
evidence
that
college
the
students
are
taught
the government with impunity,
on sale at the
handling
your
business, a Time Certificate of De­
2
Albers
was
so
engaged.
His
ut­
better to make the most of what
and failed to grasp the abnor­
posit or Savings Account bearing four per cent in­
terances
were
explosive
and
on
they have, whereas in the large
mally caused by war.
terest compounded semi-annually; a deposit in Es­
the
spur
of
the
moment,
while
colleges everything is providec
crow while some business deal is being put through;
The words which Henry Al­
the others were premeditated. for them, so that when they are
expert advice on and help in securing the best class
bers uttered, and for which he
of permanent investment for surplus funds; notari­
The above has not been written thrown on their own resources,
was arrested, were seditious ap­
al and insurance Business; or information and ad­
as a defense of Albers, but as
they
are
more
or
less
at
a
loss
parently. But sedition involves
vice which may help you in your farming or business:
The
Store
pscychological study, of am an's to know how to work without
treasons, strategems and plots,
the Estacada State Bank is ready at all times to
J
mind. Even his bitterest oppo­ every conceivable tool at hand, + + * « ¿ * * 4 + + + * *
give you the benefit of its facilities and the experi­
and it is not contended that Albers
I
nent must now think, that Albers On the whole, for an average
ence of its officers.
V
was guilty of anything of the
»
Executors’ Notice
was sufficiently punished. De student, the small college will be
#
like. They were spoken while
of
In
the
C
ounty
C
ourt
of
th
e
S
tate
prived
of
reputation,
ostracized,
to his advantage, rather than
being plied with liquor, for the
Oregon, fo r C lackam as County.
blind
and
paralyzed,
besides
be­
the large, especially if he needs In the m a tte r of th e E sta te of H enry
very purpose of making him
ing heavily mulcted financially, guidance to make the best of his M. Looney, deceased:—
drunk, and trapping him into un-
N OTICE is hereby given th a t the
the law has been sufficiently vin college course.
County C ourt of C lackam as County,
cautious speech. When a man
S tr te of Oregon, has appointed Elva M.
dicated.
is drunk he is not himself and
Looney and W alter J . Looney, E xecu­
LOST—Between the Spring- tors
* S A F E T Y A N D S E R V IC E ”
Another
feature
in
the
matter,
o f the E sta te of H enry M. Looney,
will say and do things from
water
store
and
the
sawmills,
a
deceased, w ith the will annexed. All
interesting
to
students,
is
the
il­
which when sober, he would re­
shawl. Finder please return to persons having claim s ag ain st said E s­
lustration it affords of the law of Miller’s blacksmith shop, Esta ta
te are hereby notified to p resen t the
frain. But it is contended, that
Four Per Cent Interest on Time and Savings Accounts.
sam e to eith e r of said E xecutors a t Es­
vicarious suffering. The milling cada. Reward is offered
while Albers’ behavior and
Oregon, or to E. W. B a rtle tt
7-28-8-11 tacada,
company of which he was a lead
atto rn ey for said E sta te a t his office in
speech when sober were correct,
E stacada, Oregon, properly verified
ing member, suffered immense
FOR
SALE—Horse,
Buggy
yet he revealed his true senti­
within six m onths from the d ate o f the
financial
loss
through
him.
It
and Harness, or will trade for first publication of this notice.
ments when drunk. But when
E lva M. L ooney ,
good tnilk cow. Horse suitable
M
all things are taken in consider­ has lately reported a deficit of for driving or riding. See Miller
W alter T. L ooney ,
over six hundred thousand dol­
E xecutors of the E sta te o f H enry M.
ation, it may not be as bad as it
7-28-8-4 Looney, w ith th e will annexed.
lars. People cavil at vicarious the blacksmith.
seemed.
F irs t publication July 7, 1921.
Notice for Publication
L ast publication A ugust 4, 1921.
Albers was of German birth suffering of the innocent, as un­
D ep artm en t ,,f the In terio r, U. S. Land
birth and his boyhood was passed just, yet how can it be otherwise, Office a t Portland, O regon, Ju n e 29th,
the
social
organism
being
consti­
1921.
in Germany. Now it is well
K0DAKS--
N O TICE is hereby given, th a t Ed­
known, what a powerful hold a tuted as it is. But they forget w ard It. Sensenbrener, of Boring, Ore.,
A L L K IN D S and S U P P L IE S
man’s native land has on his af­ that there is another side to it. K. E. D No. 2 who on May 14, 1920 made
H
om
estead
E
n
try
No.
0677;»,
for
SW
1-4
fections and sentiments. This is If there is vicarious suffering of Section 31, Township 2, S. R ange 5, E,
GUNS--
And A M M U N ITIO N
poetically expressed in the well the innocent on account of the W illam ette Meridian, has filed notice
guilty, there is also vicarious of intention to m ake T hree Y ear Proof,
known lines:
under section 2305—R. S., to establish
B reathes th ere a man with .soul .so dead, atonement by the innocent, for claim to th e land above described, be­
FISHING TACKLE
Who never to him self has said:
the pardon and restoration of the fore th e R eg ister and R eceiver of the
te s Land Office, a t Portland,
“ This is my own, my native lan d .”
guilty, which principle is the ba­ U nited on S ta the
Get Hunting and Fishing
Kith day of A ugust, 1921.
A man, though leaving his na­ sis of Christianity which fur­ O re.,
C laim ant nam es as w itnesses: — Frank
Licenses Here
tive 'and at an earlv a&e, and nishes the most transcendent Thiess, o f Boring, O re., K. F. 1)., No.
2, John Spaller, of Boring, Ore., R. F.
ON ALL MODELS OF
becoming a citizen of another example.
D , No. 2, G eorge A lgier, o f Boring,
Camping
Outfits,
Electric
O
re.,
K.
F.
D.,
No.
2,
W.
J
.
Swan,
of
country, does not forget his
P ortland, O re., i279 T huim an St.
motherland. As he grows older,
The Small College
Flashlights Baseball
A ct of Ju n e 9th, I91C.
A lexander S week , R egister.
it becomes more or less idealized The discussion of the relative
Supplies
7-7-S-4
in his estimation. He may not values of the small and large col-
Notice for Publication
particularly be aware of this, but leges, perennially comes up, and
KodakPicturesDeveloped
let it be attacked, then he rouses it is just now again on the car- D ep a rtm e n t o f the In terio r, U. S. Land
and Enlarged
a t Portland, O iegon, Ju ly 8th,
up in its warm defense. Before pet. At the recent meeting of Office,
Makes a total
1921.
the entrance of the U. S. into the Oregon Synod (Presbyterian
N O TICE is hereby given th a t H ans
AVERAGE
the world war, it was perfectly it was raised in connection with H ansen, of C orbett. O re , who, on Aug.
REDUCTION of
7th, 1918, made A djoining F arm Home­
within the rights of those of Ger- the maintenance of Albany col- stead E n try No. 05432 for SE 1-4 SE ) -4,
man birth and extraction, to be lege. It was proposed that this Section 5, Township 1 S, R ange 5 E,
As Compared w ith the Prices o f May I, 1921.
W illam ette M eridian, has filed notice
strong supporters and defenders should be consolidated with the of intention to m ake three year proof,
of the German cause. Itisprob- higher educational institutions to establish claim to the land above de-
sciibed, before the R egister and Re­
able that the majority of them of the state, but the synod de- ceiver of th e U nited S tates Land Office,
believed that Germany had been cided to support the campaign at Portland, O regon, on the 23d day of
A ugust, 1921.
*
Representing the Biggest Reduction we
forced to take up arms in self for funds for its endowment and C laim ant names as w itn esses:—A r­
defense, against a conspiracy of new buildings, and thus continue th u r I an gguth, of C orbett. Oregon.
f
know of, in the price of a standard make
X. F au g h t, of C o rb ett, Oregon,
which she had knowledge, and ¡t as a separate institution. The Lewis
Automobile.
ESTACADA PRICES:
W. F. B urkhulder, of C orbett. Oregon,
which to defeat, it was highly presidents of McMinnville, Philo- P eter Paulsen, of P ortland, Oregon.
6-9-lti.
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necessary to take the initiative, math and Forest Grove colleges Act ' of A lexander
S week . R egister
Model
490
(Baby
Grand
Model
The brutal methods with which have also been heard from for _____
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Going
to
■ht waged war, were regretted, the continuance of their respect-
Notice For Publication
Roadster
$ 775
*$1180
Efaint?
no doubt, by numbers of Ger- 3Ve insttiutions, as against K J
mans on this side, but excused abandoning them,
Office, at Portland, O regon, July 22,
.W hether it’s the outsideTor
Touring
775
$1180
^the inside of your houseTthat^
by them as being the logical re-
Much can be said either for or 192I>
NOTICE is hereby given th a t John
needs
paint,
we
recommencLJY'
suit of war, especially as the against, and in the end it is the C. M eyers, of Boring, Oregon. It. F. I).
Coupe
1220
1875
German mind is a military one. personal equation which de- No. 2, Box 83, who, on July 8. 1918,
made H om estead E ntry No. 05039, for
DUTCH
BOV
When the U. S. finally joined cides. In education, the quality S} SW J. Section 25. Township 2 S,
Sedan .
1220
1875
4 E. W. M.. and on Sept. 17,
WHITE-LEAD.
with the allies against Germany, i of the teacher is what principally Range
1918. made additional H om estead En­
their position became a very counts, not the size of the college. try No. O 618I. for SJ SE}. Section 25.
^W ith pure linseed oil, it maJccj^
Delivery
780
2 South, K a il# i E ast. W il­
good-looking, durable exterior',
delicate one. The writer con­ Equipment including environ­ Township
lam ette M eridian, h«3~ filed notice of
•paint;
with
Dutch
Boy
flattingjl
fesses that he had sympathy for ment, comes next in importance. intention to m ake th re e y ear proof, ti>
W e can Make Immediate Delivery
(oil, it makes a handsome, gloss-^ •
elaim to the land above de­
the citizens of German origin in Theoretically the large college, establish
i less, washable interior paint/ '
scribed, before the R e g iste r and Re­
the situation in which they were with large endowment and large ceiver of th e U. S Land Office, at
.Let us figure on your painting,-
O regon, on the 30th day of
B a tte rie s
placed. He often wonders how enrollment, have the best teach­ Portland,
“ ■wc can save you money. Our!
A iigust, 1921.
he would feel if the U. S. were in­ ers and best equipment. But C laim ant nam es as w itnesses: Al­
paint materials are reliable, and !
W inkler, o f 5338-92 S t., Portland,
volved in war with Great Britain while it may have the latter, it O fred
^$ve guarantee a satisfactory job'.*
regon; Riumund K aiser, of Boring,
on account of the Irish question. does not follow that it has the O re., R. F. D .2, Box 85; Mario B o itan ,.
of Boring, O re., K. F. D. 2. Box 88;
George Pointer,
He confesses that loyalty under best teaching force. But even John
Bosholtn, of Sandy. Oregon.
those circumstances, would be no if it has, it size neutralizes often, P roof under A cts of June 9, 1916 and
ESTACADA, OREGON.
easy matter, and while keeping the effect of its advantages in A pril 28. A 1904.
Always
at home evenings at res
i . eand er S w eek . R rgister.
strictly loyal in speech and actf >n, j this respect. For unless a teach-
7-28-8-25 idenceover N ews office.
Eastern Clackamas News
Announcement.
I Painting,
Paper Hanging
and Tinting.
SAVE
POTS and PANS
i
S E R V IC E !
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Rexall
S
ESTACADA STATE BANK
o
A FURTHER
Big Reduction!
of 5 Per Cent to 18' Per Cent.
CHEVROLET;
ED. BONFR’S
24.8 Per Cent
♦ HERE ARE THE NEW PRICES
Willard Storage
for Sale.
CASCADE GARAGE
W ILCOX BROS.
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