Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, January 26, 1922, Image 1

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Devoted to the Interests of Eastern Clackamas County
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E stacada , O regon , T hursday , J anuary 26,1922.
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PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
T ^ R . C H A R L E S K. CAREY
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H o u ri: 8:30 a. m. to 12 m, and 1 to 5 p.
m. Sunday by appointm ent
E stacada,
Oregon.
T ) R . C. M. N A F F ,
Successor to Dr. L. A. Wells
D EN TIST.
E stacad a,
Oregon.
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J- ' P H Y S I C I A N a n d S U R G E O N .
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s tre e ts , E stacada, Oregon. Telephone
connections.
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G eneral Practice.
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viser. O regon City. Oregon.
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the E astern C lackamas N ews .
OREGON NEWS NOTES
OF GENERAL INTEREST j j
j prosperous in P o rtlan d 's h istory in all
lines' of building, a e c ry iin g to the an-
j nual rap o rt of the building departm ent,
The rep o rt shows th a t 14,032 perm its
were g ran ted in 1921, and th a t the
total value of th e perm its w as $17,-
004,126. T hese figures rep re sen t an
increase of 36 per cen t in th e num ­
ber of perm its and 39 per cen t In
to tal values over 1920.
In line w ith the action of Prlneville
ex-service men in oposing coloniza­
tion of Ochoco d istric t irrig ated lands
with Jap an ese, P ercy A. S tevens post,
A m erican Legion, of Bend, adopted re s­
olutions condem ning the introduction
of the lease system for orientals.
P ortland, S eattle and St. P aul had
the low est in fan t m o rtality ra te s of
51 cities in th e U nited S tates in 1921,
according to figures announced by the
census bureau. W hile the ra te for
the group of 61 cities was 74 to each
1000 births, th e ra te for P o rtland, Se­
a ttle and St. P *al was 47 to each 1000
births.
UPPER EAGLE ( REEK
SPRINGWATER NEWS
INFORMATION ABOUT
INCOME IAK LAW
Harry Grable motored to Port­
Mn and Mrs. Charles Murphy
are on the sick list, but are im- land, Tuesday, returning the
same day accompanied by his
| proving.
Mrs. Laura Baumgartner spent mother, Mrs. Grable.
Information bearing upon in-
Principal Events of the Week
Mr, Richards has moved his I come taxes has been compiled by
the week-end in Portland.
Briefly Sketched for Infor­
C. H. Lane, the Watkins’ man family on the farm next to Geo. ¡Clyde D. Huntly, collector of in­
man
and his son George, were Perry's.
ternal revenue, for the guidance
mation of Our Readers.
Amos and Marion Millard are of those concerned. He says
in the neighborhood last Friday
both home again.
that persons who filed returns
selling Watkins’ products.
T h ei^ a re approxim ately 10 cases of
last year need not send for blanks
The
Ladies
Missionary
Society
sm allpox in Salem a t present.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Udell and
this
year, as his office will mail
Of 33 d eath s in M arshfield In 1921,
will
meet
the
1st
of
February
family were calling at the home
18 per cent was caused by cancer.
with Mrs. Weir. All members them about February 1.
of R. B. Gibson, last Friday.
Salem ’s tax levy for 1922 will ag­
Mr. Huntley’s statement is as
Fred Hoflfmeister, Dave Hoflf- are requested to attend.
g reg ate 47.1 m ills as ag a in st 48.60 in
follows:
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Forbes
visited
meister and Will Douglass spent
1921.
)
The 32d annual O regon sta te Chris-
much of their time hunting last the John Schenk home in Gresh­ "Every individual who had a
net income of $1,000 or more dur­
tlon E ndeavor convention will be held
am, Wednesday, on business.
week and killed two wildcats.
In Salem F eb ru ary 16.
ing 1921, if single or if married
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Douglass
P o rtla n d ’s fire losses for 1921
if not living with husband or
visited with Mr. and Mrs. T. M, W. 0. W. to Initate Large Class wife, must file an income-tax re­
am ounted to $728,717.10, according to
th e annual rep o rt of F ire M arshal
Clester on Sunday.
Eagle Creek Camp No. 539, turn with the collector of intern­
G renfell.
Jim De Shazer was the dinner Woodmen of the World h a v e al revenue not later than March
F igures prepared by local m ills show
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Walter changed their meeting place to 15, 1922.
th a t approxim ately 100,000,000 feet of !
DOVER
Douglass on Monday. Ed. Chap­ this city and wiil hold} regular Don’t forget that if you are
lum ber and piling w ere shipped from j
Rev. T. B. Young was quite ill man, who has been a guest at meetings in the I. O. 0. F. hall. unmarried and had a net income
St. H elens In 1921.
C onstruction of a telephone line af­ Sunday and unable to fill his ap­ the De Shazer home the past At their meeting Inst F r i d a y of $1,000 or more during the
fording d irect com m unication betw een pointment at the Dover church.
evening the camp voted to launch year 1921 you are required to file
week accompanied him.
Bend and K lam ath F alls is expected
James Akin, C. E. Seward and
Eagle Creek Grange met last a membership campaign which an income-tax return not later
to be announced shortly.
H. H. Udell were Portland visi­ Saturday and held an interesting will terminate with a large class than March 15, 1922. Failure to
T he organization of dairy calf clubs
and Angora goat clubs will be a pro­ tors Wednesday.
session. There were about forty foi initiation on evening of Feb­ do so makes the delinquent tax­
je c t u n d ertak en by Courrty A gent Coot-
Miss Olive Shaw was visiting present, including the visitors ruary 23rd. Efforts will be made payer liable to heavy penalties.
er of Lincoln county during 1922.
Mr. and Mrs. John Parks Sun­ and children. Installation of of­ to receive a class of at least fifty This also applies to single per­
T he W allowa high school, a three- day afternoon.
ficers took place, E. N. Bates, new members for this date and sons claiming exemption as heads
story brick building, burned to th e
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Joseph
De
Sha-
assisted by Carl Raeburg a n d the officers and degree team of of families.
ground. It w as considered one of the
"Although the new income tax
best-equipped high schools in the zer entertained a coasting party Mrs. Abbie Armstrong, acting as Multnomah Camp of Portland
state.
Thursday evening, consisting of installing officers. The program have been invited to confer the law increases from $2000 to $2500
T he broccoli crop of C lackam as Mr. and Mrs. Udell and family, was short but good - a couple degree.
the exemption of a married per­
county w as practically destroyed and
Mr. and Mrs. John Parks and boys, Arthur Boyer and Floyd The Woodmen of the World is son whose net income for 1921
grow ers stan d to lose n early $100,000
one of the largest and strongest aggregated $2000 and did not ex­
th is year due to th e re c e n t cold family and Miss Olive Shaw. Hale, dressed as cowboys, sang a
The young folks did the coast­ cowboy song which took well societies in the west, having ceed $5000, every married per­
w eather.
The Hood R iver Apple G row ers’ a s­ ing and the old folks enjoyed the with the audience. D. E. Nor- 25.000 members in this state and son must file an income tax re­
sociation m ailed out to grow ers last fireside.
cross of Portland was present 140.000 in the nine w e s t e r n turn if his net income was only
week checks to talin g $240,000, th e first
Justus Strowbridge was visit­ and gave a talk on the Near East siates. The order also has a $2000. If the net income of a
cash dividend declared on the 1921
reserve fund of m o r e t h a n married person last year was in
relief.
ing at Dover Saturday.
apple pools.
$9,000,000, $1,500,000 of which excess of $5000 he is allowed an
Loyal M. G raham of F o re st Grove
Mr. Thompson made a trip to Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Holder, is invested in bonds in Oregon,
exemption of only $2000,
has been appointed by G overnor Ol- Portland Saturday,
remaining patrons of Garfield grange; Mr. Dr. Charles K. Carey has been
“Every head of a family who
co tt a m em ber of th e O regon land
and Mrs. Will Bell, James Bell and
over Sunday.
chosen
as
the
camp’s
medical
ex­
se ttle m e n t com m ission to succeed Sen­
had
a net income of $1000 or
Guy Wilcox and family were L. T. Gierke, patrons of Sandv aminer, and the work is under more during 1921 must file are-
a to r Stanfield, resigned.
visitors
A to ta l of 17,163 applications have visiting friends in Estacada Sun­ grange, were grange
the direction of District Mana­ turn, although he is entitled to
Saturday.
been filed w ith the world w ar v ete r­ day.
ger
F. A. Beard of Portland.
the same exemption of $2500 al*
a n s’ sta te aid com m ission by ex-serv­
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Udel
entertained
The
next meeting will be held lowed married persons, provid­
ice men who are emtitled to benefits
Estacada Timber Sold
Thursday evening, January 26th. ing his net income does not ex­
under the so-called bonus and loan law. Sunday, Jos De Shazer and fami­
It has been announced that the
E fforts will be m ade by the C entral ly and Mrs. John^ Affolter and
ceed $5000. The head of the
Union Lumber Company of New-
BARTON ITEMS
Oregon H ighw ay association to in­ sister-in-law from Tillamook.
family under the law is defined
(O m itted last w eek.)
Orleans had purchased 1160 acres
duce th e sta te highw ay com m ission to
as
a person who supports in one
M. C. Glover of Lower Eagle
keep th e M cKenzie pass open th ro u g h ­
of timber in the Estacada section
(
Health Drive
household
one or more relatives
out each w inter, beginning w ith next
Creek, made a trip to Molalla
The County Health Depart­ of| the Oregon national] forest.
by
blood,
marriage
or adoption.
w inter.
The land is a part of the old Ore­ last Wednesday.
Fay M. B ragg of Medford and Jam es ment is arranging for a county
"A new feature of the income
H. Van W inkle of Albany have been w i d e
campaign, commencing gon and California railroad grant C. E. Loney and family have tax law requires that every per­
designated for the e n tran ce exam ina­ February 14 and lasting to Feb­ and is close to other holdings of all been having bad colds, also
son who had a gross income of
tion to th e U nited S tates m ilitary acad ­
Sherman Stone.
ruary 28, under the direction of the lumber company.
$5,000 or more for 1921, must file
emy, W est P oint, to be held begin­
Mrs. Loyal Lake made a trip a return, regardless of whether
Dr. Caradoc Morton. It is for The government cruise of the
ning M arch 7.
timber, according to E. P. Rand, to Portland Thursday.
Law rence Young, 20 years old, son the purpose of raising $2,000 for
or not that sum yielded him a
government agent in charge of Mrs. George Forman has been
of Mrs. Mary A nderson of Eugene, the health fund.
cent of profit.
tKe land grant in the Oregon na­ sick with a very had cold and
w as killed alm ost in sta n tly when a
"To illustrate: A received from
The Kerkes to Leave
tional forest district, show's 44,- asthma, but is able to be around
portion of a tree fell on him in a log­
his
business and other sources
ging cam p of th e C oast Range Lum ­
M. J. Kerkes having sold his 670,000 feet of fir; 1,330,000 feet again.
$5000
during the year 1921, hut
b er com pany, n e a r Mabel.
meat market to Jim Smith, and of hemlock; 325,000feet of cedar
Mrs. Buckley visited the school his deductible expenses for the
M. F. H azen, ju stice of the peace in
and 20,000 feet of white pine.
th e St. H elens d istric t for th e last leased his house to Dr. Charles
on Tuesday and also Superintend­ year aggregated $4500, His net
th ree y ears and who becam e widely K. Carey, will leave tomorrow The company plans to erect a ent Brenton Vedder.
income being less than $1000, A
known through heavy fines collected for Seattle, accompanied ny Mrs. mill on its holdings. The con­
would not have to pay an income
from m otorists on th e low er Colum bia Kerkes. They will go in their tract provides that the timber
DIED
tax.
However, he is required
riv er highw ay, has resigned.
Lawrence K. Woodard, Sun­ under the law to file an income
car, and later tour in southern must be removed within 10
Oregon p o stm asters have been nom ­
years.
day evening, January 22, 1922, tax statement if his gross income
inated by th e p resid en t as follows: California. Mr. Kerkes as stock
after a lingering illness from was $5000 on more, regardless
S tephen E asterd ay . C latsk an ie; Ronald buyer and merchant, has been
Removes to Portland
cancer, aged 59 years.
G. W hite, Fall C ity; F ran k D. Hamlin, connected with Estacada for sev-1
After practicing in Estacada The deceased lived on a ranch of whether or not he realizes any
S pringfield; E dgar D. W atters, Stay- eral years, in which time he built
profit. These returns must be
ton; R onald E. Esson, Sandy.
up a large business by hard work for three years, Dr. R. G. Mc­ near town, to which he moved filed not later than March 15.
Ex-Sheriff G ellatley, convicted two
and square dealing. For the Call leaves for Portland next from Portland about two years
years ago of m isap p ro p riatin g Benton
week, where he will open an of­ ago. He had been a sufferer! "The new income tax law al­
county funds, has received a pardon, past year they have been resid-
fice in the Pittock block. He from the malady of which he lows the following exemptions:
resto rin g him to full citizenship. Mr. ing in Estacada, but owing t.o
Single person or married person
G ellatley w as sentenced to the peni­ Mrs. Kerkes’ poor health, a ha? also purchased a home on died, for four years. The fun- j not living with husband or wife,
ten tiary and paroled to his brother.
change has become imperative. Fesseden St. Dr, McCall is an eral service was held in the M. $1000; head of family, or married
A gift of 160 acres of land to the
Their departure will cause re­ able physician and surgeon. As E. church here Tuesday after-! person living with husband or
school of fo restry a t Oregon A gricul­
gret, but their many friends will he is ambitious to advance and noon, Rev. A. F. Lacey officia­ wife, $2500, unless the income is
tu ral College for experim ental pur­
is contemplating post-graduate ting. The interment was in Mt.
poses has been .announced by Dean hope for Mrs. Kerkes speedy
and
research work in the east, Zion cemetery in Garfield, under in excess of $5000, in which case
restoration
to
health,
and
that
Peavy, In acknow ledgem ent of th e i
the exemption is only $2000; for
Spaulding L um ber com pany of Salem. continued prosperity will con­ we predict that he will make a the direction of Joseph E. Gates,
each
dependent under the age of
Coos county has gam ed bounties stantly accompany them wherev­ name for himself in his profes­ funeral director of Estacada. He
18,
$400.
for the ensuing year, for predatory er they may be.
sion. Mrs. McCall is a most ac­ leaves a widow and two sons to
"The 1921 income tax law re­
anim als killed w ithin its boundaries.
complished musician, ha v i n g mourn his lass.
quires
that a single person claim­
Seven dollar* Is th e price for wild­
Care of Children’s Teeth
successfully taught a number of
c a ts; $8 for m ale, and $9 for fem ale \
ing
exemption
as the head of a
years and will open a studio in ATTENTION SUBSCRIBERS
coyotes and $50 for cougars and \ Dr. Naff has secured Dr. Henry
family
must
file
a return if his
She will be much Until February 4th we will take
p anthers.
Cline Fixott of Portland, for the Portland
net
income
is
$1000
or more, not­
R. A. Long and o th er official* of the I next meeting of the Parent- missed socially, for she has a pe­ subscriptions for the O rf . g o n i a n
withstanding the fact that as
Long-Bell L um ber com pany sp en t a ; Teacher Association on February culiar charm of manner which is
and the N e w s combined as fol­ head of a family he is entitled to
day a t A storia In an inspection of th e :
14th. Dr. Fixott wiil give on exceedingly winning. The doc­ lows by mail;
H ammond L um ber com pany's mill. Mr.
tor may gain many laurels in the Daily Oregonian until November an exemption of $2500, as well
Long would n e ith e r deny nor affirm this occasion an illustrated lec­
as $400 for each dependent un­
the rep o rted m erg er of th e Long-Bell ture on the care of children’s future, hut he will never secure
1, ten months,................ $3.50 der 18 years of age.”
and H am m ond L um ber com pany in­ teeth.
He was formerly state a greater prize than he did when or combined with o n e
terest*.
year’s subscription to the
Buys in Meat Market
lecturer for the Oregon Dental he won his wife.
The B righton Mills com pany su s­
N
ews .............................. $4.50
H. C. Gohring of Harrison,
Society, and in this capacity vis­ Have you seen the new line of
tained s $30.000 loss when fire de­
Daily and Sunday Orego­
Idaho,
has bought a half interest
ited
and
lectured
in
most
of
the
stroyed the buildings a t cam p No. 4. at
Pollyanna aprons at Rose’s?
nian until November 1,... $5.00 ir. the Estacada meat market.
B righton, which included a store build- * schools of the state. Needless They are dandies.
or with N ews for one yr. $6.00
ing, dining room, offices and bunk to say that his lecture will be
The above rates apply to re­ The firm will now he Smith &
houses. B efore the ashes were cold I extremely valuable to parents,
Miss Florence Kendall spent newals as well as new subscri­ Gohring. Mr. Gohring and wife
the mill com pany sta rte d to recon­
the
week-end with Portland bers. Remember good only until arrived Tuesday to take up their
who should.tum out in a body to
s tru c t th e buildings
February 4. Subscribe to-day. residence here.
friends.
T he w t r ear was png of UlfiJBPSt j hear him.