Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, January 26, 1922, Image 2

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    EASTERN CLACKAMAS NEWS, THURSDAY, JAN. 26. 1922.
tastern Clackamas News
E
ire.l at the postoffice in Estacada,
Oregon
i second-class mail.
Published every Thursday at
I n d i a n C h ie f T h r ills W ith R o m a n c e a n d
L e g e n d o f G r e a t b u t V a n is h in g Y a k i m a *
Chief Stronnhcart, Noted Indian Actor-Lecturer, to Appeer Here Soon in
Fascinating Lecture— Friend of Late Colonel Rooaevelt.
K0DAKS-
A L L K IN D S and SU PPLIE S
GUNS-
And A M M U N IT IO N
Estacada, Oregon
FISHING TACKLE
Get Hunting and Fishing
Licenses Here
UPTON H. GIBBS
[Oditor and Manager.
S ubscription R ates
One year
Six months
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liursday, January 2f>, 1922.
ABUSE o f p l e a s u r e
\ controversy is raging in
Foi l land over the use of school
lings for community dances.
Camping Outfits, Electric
Flashlights. Baseball
Supplies
KodakPicturesDeveloped
and Enlarged
ED. BONER’S
Those protesting against such
ii >■. and desire to have it stop­
ped, cite instances o f the demor­
alizing effects o f dancing. Those
in favor of the use of the build-
in:'1 for this purpose point to the
I have opened a Dressmaking
fa ' that dances in school build­
Shop in the Hurt building. Call
and see me about sewing.
ings were allowed on condition
that there should be proper su-
MRS. RO Y W A Y
per ision. T h e y acknowledge
A tiilt'f of llif Ynkimu tribes is scheduled to appear here soon, to inter- 10-27tf
wittout such supervision pret (lie life and soul of n great hut vunlshliiK nice. He Is Chief Stronjthenrt,
th
the •e is danger. • From the evi- who was the first full-blooded Indian to offer his service* to the late Colonel N O T I C E F O R P U B L I C A T I O N
Roosevelt for his proposed rough riders in 11117. Chief Strongheart served for
der re so fai submitted it seems ten months on the Mexican border doing scout work. I.nter on he helped lu Department of the Interior, I T . S. Land
Office, at Portland, Oregon, January
tha the trounle lies not during the Liberty Loan Campaign ns an effective speaker. He is a well known In­
16th, 1922.
NOTICE is hereby given that Hellik
the dances in the school build* dian actor and has taken prominent parts In such plays ns “ The Flnmlng Ar­
Nelson, of Eagle Creek, Oregon, who,
in r' . but on the outside. That row" and the "Heart of We-l’o-Nn." Chief Strongheart Is n grand son of on January 28th, 19)9, made Home
Chief Standing I took, famous Yakima Indian leader. In his lecture “ From
entry, No. 06282, for the NWJ
K - would go from the school Peace Pipe to War Trail—anti Hack Again" he speaks and acts the very life Stead
NEJ and NEJ NWJ, Section 35, Town
dan e to others in public halls; and soul of his people in such a way as best reveals their nobility, patience, ship 2 South, Range 4 East, Willamcte
Meridian, has filed notice of intention
tha they frequently would come Inherent goodness, romance, traditions, faith and suffering.
to make three-year Proof, to establish
wit i one boy and go home with high School Auditorium, Jan. 30, 8 p. m.—Admission 30c and 50c claim to the land above desciibed, be
fore the Register and Receiver o f the
The protestants out-
another.
U. S. Land Office at Portland, Oregon
la\ all dancing as being in the war, for all is not known. the damage done to the fruit oi. the 9th day of March, 1922.
Claimant names as witnesses: Ed­
immoral.
But whether he rose to the op­ and vegetables is estimated at a ward Naylor, o f Eagle Creek Ore
e is really the crux of the
portunity or not, the strain evi­ large sum.
Fur coats brought Amila Naylor, o f Eagle Creek, Ore
Marcus Boitano, o f Boring, Ore. R-2,
■ qr stion. Is this true?
Y\
dently sapped the strength of by former residents in the east, Box 88. Martin Pezzolo, fo f Boring
>ur part we do not think ^o.
F
one naturally of frail physique, and fur caps were resurrected Ore., R-2. Box 88.
Act 6-9-1916.
Tin
sti
to dance is inherent and shortened his life. Person­
by those toitunate enough to
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in h .man nature. T h e l i t t l e ally he seems to have been a man
1-19-2-16.
possess them.
•hild spontaneously will dance
of much personal piety and kind­
N O T IC E FO R P U B L IC A T IO N
t inviting music. Dancing is liness of disposition, a student
A (jood Investment
Department o f the interior, U S, Land
the poetry o f motion, and ex- and scholar. Probably to such
The Portland Railway, Light
<
] !)ffic1?)2H
2t Port,Bnd' Oregon, January
P sive
. joy. Hut like other an one the laying down o f the
&
Power
Co.
is
now
offering
an
n
o
t
i
c
e is hereby given that Clyde
physical instincts can be, and is burdens of the papacy was not
especially
attractive
stock
issue
(' harIes Pilgrim ° f Eagle Creek, Ore­
woefully abused a n d misused. unwelcomed, especially as they
gon, who, on February 13th, 1919. made
This is true o f all pleasures, and were not sought for or desired by to local investors in a preferred Homestead Entry, No. 062%. for the
stock issue, bearing seven per NWJ, Section 3, Township 3 S. Range
• ■ more facinating they are, him.
5 E., Willamette Meridian, has filed
The responsihilty w a s
the n >re easily they are mis­ thrust upon him and he did his cent interest payable quarterly. notice o f intention to make three-year
Proof, to estahlish claim to the iand
used. The dullest o f pastimes best to fulfil it, and r.o man can Application to the company at above described, before the Register
Portland will bring out full in­ and Receiver o f the U S. Land Office,
are those only which afford no do more.
at Portland, Oregon, on the 7th day of
formation.
temptation.
March, 1922.
The
seven
per
cent
prior
pref­
Claimant names as witnesses: M. An­
In respect to dancing, the dan-
V IS C O U N T B R Y C E
erence stock o f the Portland tonio Sulser, o f Eagle Creek, Or., Wal­
d 'i* comes from physical con­
ter Brennig, of 395 N. 19th St., Port­
tacts. But anything which in-
Another distinguished foreign­ Railway, Light & Power Com­ land, Oregon, John G. Kreiger, o f Ea­
gle Cteek, Dragon, John H. King, of
\ ' ves physical contact is fraught er died last Sunday, Viscount pany is fully paid up and non­ Sandy, Oregon.
assessable.
It
is
preferred
both
A
ct 6-9-1916.
ith danger if not rigidly guard-1 James Bryce, who a few years
A lex an d e r S w e ek , Register.
as
to
assets
and
earnings,
over
against. In a stricter age no ago was British am! ass idor at
1-19-2-16.
girl was allowed to go out with Washington.
But the interest the 522,500,000 first preferred,
a boy alone after dark, and even o f Americans in him lay in his second preferred and common N O T I C E F O R P U B L I C A T I O N
in daytime the privilege w a s intimate knowledge o f them, as stock heretofore issued by the Department of the Interior, U. S. Land
Office, at Portland, Oregon, Jan. 9th,
qiaringly granted, and only when shown in his bx>k, “ History of company. It is free from the
1922.
the hoy was well known ¡is of the American Commonwealth,” normal Federal income tax and
NOTICE is hereby given that Roy
good character and morals. But which has been a standard text- from all state taxes while held C. Maxwell, o f Bissell, Oregon, who,
August 1, 1918, made Homestead
now-a-days parents let t h e i r bood in the schools o f the U. S. by residents of the state o f Ore­ on
Entry, No. 05341. for NWJ SEJ and
gon.
Dividends
must
be
paid
daughters roam the streets at all for a generation, and only last
SJ SEJ, Section 21, Township 3 S.
5 E. Willamette Meridian, has
hours o f the evening and night, year lie brought out a two vol- on this issue of stock before any Range
filed notice of intention to make three
dividends
can
be
declared
on
any
year proof to establish claim to the
\\ h w hom they please, and also ume work on “ Democracy,”
above described, before the Reg
let them be gone ail day without which is a comparative study of of the other classes o f stock out land
ister and Receiver o f the U. S. Land
am inquiries as to where they America as well as an analysis standing.
Office at Portland. Oregon, on the
day o f February, 1922.
are c ’ ing and with whom? If ¡o f its press, its party politics
The proceeds from the sale o f ?4th
Claimant names as witnesses: C. E
par
ant! guardian* did their and the history o f its popular this issue o f prior preferrec Matthew, o f Bissell, Ore., R. S. Cha
dull ; there would he no trouble. institutions. He was in his 84th stock in 1922 will be used on the nev, of Bissell. Ore., Leo Rath, o f Bis
sell, Ore., Julius Paulsen, o f Bissell.
Th* have the right to forbid year at the time of his death, following improvements and ex­ Ore.
thei r children dancing if they which will be much regretted on tensions now included in our Act 6-9-1916.
A le x an d e r S w e e k , Register
do ' ot wish them to. But those this side of the Atlantic.
1922 budget of improvements.
1-19-2-16.
who are willing that their chil-
In the railway division it is
dr.
dar p , should only allow
contemplated that about $250.000 N O T I C E T O R P U B L I C A T I O N
FA R M E R S ’ PROBLEM S
o f the Interior, U. S. Land
th.
to go tinder proper chaper-
in betterments will be added to Department
Office, at Portland, Oregon, Jan 9th.
We
are
publishing
this
week
O Ì ..
cspocially in going and
1922.
the track and roadway property
NOTICE is hereby given that Katha
ret ruing home afterwards. As} the first chapter o f an important in eonnecction with reconstruc
Gouge, o f Marmot, Ore., who, on Au­
the use o f school buildings in article of great interest to farm­ tion work in various parts of the gust I. 1918, made Homestead Entry
CO’’ ’»unity centers was allowed ers ami also business men gener- system during the season o f No. 05003. for NWJ, Section 17, Town­
ship 2 S, Range 6 E, Willamette Merid­
in
ler that dances might be allv, on "Some Aspects o f the 1922.
ian, has filed notice o f intention to make
proof, to establish claim to
th ffter supervised, and thus Farmers’ Problems.” .
The development o f the Oak three-year
the land above described, before the
kt
the oys and girls out iff
This article was written at the (¿rove hydro-electric project is Register and Receiver o f the U. S.
th
uhlic dance halls, to stop request of the editor o f the A t­ the outstanding improvement Land Office, at Portland, Ore., on the
23rd day o f February. 1922.
th. ' se v II not help matters lantic Monthly, who had been contemplated.
Road construc­
Claimant names as witnesses: Fred
at a!
And as regards chaper importuned by a great many of tion to the power house site is J. Bechill. o f Gresham, Ore., John
Odell, o f Cherryville, Ore.. Henry
it applies to any sort of a his readers to give an unbiased well under way and will be com­ Aschoff, o f Marmot, Ore., Geo. Ten-
tiering which breaks up la tejan<* unprejudiced viewpoint of pleted this year. The initial de­ Evke. o f Sandy, Ore.
Act 6-9-1916-
night, whether it be a dance l^e
called agricultural move- velopment o f 27,000 horsepower
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1-9-2-16
a revival meeting.
1 uient. It came as a result o f a is scheduled for completion by
great many protests to the editor the summer of 1924 The ulti-
done early
Planting a f t e r
~ P ~ E
’ , Wm atrricultl,ral i n t e r e s t s ' mate development, 80,000 horse-
T H E L A T E _ P O
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against an article entitled "The power, contemplates two storage March 1st is likely to produce a
T . M* “ " °< S P « * P n v il« ,e ,. " reiervoir?. J
of 40.000 .ere tow yield.
DRESSMAKING.
Persons desiring to plant po­
in th,. At- feet rapa.-.t, and the ether
The edit.-., s e - 000 acre feet. In additien to in- tatoes in February for early use
should use whole seed, as cut
seed rots in a cold, wet soil.
Little is usually gained, however,
by extremely early planting.
pe
reipiest o f the Kansas S t a t e thereby materially increasing
Will the pullets be laying next
ginning n few weeks after t»*’ . Board 0f Agriculture and t h e
thoir annual output capacity.
fall when the price o f eggs is
outbreak o f the world war. it I American Farm Bureau Feder-
highest?
A definite hatching
i nded Inffore peace conditions ation.
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plan
now
and
provision for car­
tied been fully restored. It is (
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rying out the schedule will help i
too soon now to pass judgment; Southern Palifom ia has been
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Spring planting o f vetch is toward that end.—O. A. C. Ex-:
<.n his policy, especially during in the grip o f a cold snap, and successful only when planting is
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S H E R IF F S S A L E
C ir c u it C ourt of th e S t a t e
of O regon , for th e C o u nty
of C l a c k a m a s .
M. B Meacham, Executor o f the es­
tate of George Brown, deceased,
Plaintiff, vs. Andrew J. Kitzmiiler,
Susan R. Kitzmiiler, his wife, and
Clackamas County Bank’ Defehd-
ants.
S TA TE OF OREGON. /
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I k t I T T . T T V * 2' • W*k * > »
le tailed away the high-. !ant„- Monthly.
périment station.
th e
County o f Clackamas, ^
ss.
By virtue of a judgment order, de-
cree and an execution, duly issued out
of and under the seal o f the above enti­
tled court, in the above entitled cause,
to me dulv directed and dated the 14th
sum o f $50.00 as attorney’s fe » t and
the further sum o f $35.66 costs and dis­
bursements, and the costs o f and upon
this writ, commanding me te make
sale o f the following described real
property, situate in the county o f Clack­
amas, state o f Oregon, to-wit:
The N. W. J o f the N. E. J o f Sec­
tion 7, Township 3 South, Range 5 E
o f the W. M.
Now, therefore, by virtue o f said exe­
cution, judgment order and decree, and
in compliance with the commands of
said writ, I will, on Saturday, the 18th
day of February, 1922; at the hour of
10 o’clock, A. M., at the frontdoor of
the County Court House in the Cijy of
Oregon City, in said County and State,
sell at public auction, subject ti. re­
demption, to the highest bidder, for U.
Susan R. Kitzmiiler, his wife, and scribed real property or any part
Clackamas County Bank, Defendants, thereof, to satisfy said execution,
for the sum o f $760.00, with inserest judgment ord«r, decree, interest, cost,
on $350.i)0 at the rate o f eight per cent and all accruing costs,
W, J. W ILSO N ,
per annum from the 20th da^ of Au­
gust, 1921, and interest on the fuither Sheriff of Clackamas County, Oregon.
sum o f $350.00 at 8 per cent from the By E. C. Hackett, Deputy.
12th day o f June, 1921, and the further |
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The relationship of a Bank to its customers
is necessarily one of confidence. It is essen­
tial that the bank should understand its
customers financial condition in order
to
extend to them the best service possible.
It is equally essential that such information
should be held in the strictest confidence.
W e ask our customers to consult us freely
about their financial plans and problems.
This is merely one feature of our up to date
banking service which we are extending to
the people of this community.
ESTACADA STATE BANK
"Safety and Service."
Prices Effective Jan. 1st, 1922, f. o. b. Estacada
22-Four-34
T w o Passenger Roadster
$ 1055.00 plus war tax
22-Four-35
F ive Passenger Touring
$1095.00 plus war tax
22-Four-36
Three Passenger Coupe
22-Four-37
Five Passenger Sedan
22-Six-44
Three Passenger Roadster
22-Six-45
F ive Passenger Touring
22-Six-46
Three Passenger Coupe
22-Six-47
F ive Passenger Sedan
22-Six-48
Four Passenger Coupe
22-Six-49
Seven Passenger Touring
22 Six-50
Seven Passenger Sedan
$1495.00 plus war tax
$ 1595.00 plus war tax
$ 15 90.00 plus war tax 1
$1620.00 plus war tax
$ 2 1 3 5 .0 0 plus war tax
$ 24 15 .00 plus war tax
$ 23 5 0 .0 0 plus war tax
$1820.00 plus war tax j
$ 26 50 .00 plus war tax
Willard Storage Batteries for Sale.
CASCADE GARAGE
W IL C O X BROS.