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    EASTERN CLACKAMAS NEWS, THURSDAY, NOV. , 1922
Eastern Clackamas News
Entered at the post-office in Estacada,
Oregon, as second-class mail.
Published every Thursday at
Estacada, Oregon
UPTON H. GIBBS
Editor and Manager.
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Thursday, November 16, 1922.
QUESTIONS — |
and Bible Answers
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th e m in a f t e r y e a rs .
] a p n c e lc w b o rita « «
SELF SUPPORT IN COLLEGE
funds. Among these is the Pa­
cific University at Forest Grove,
which was founded in 1849, un­
der Congregational supervision,
j and has turned out some noted
| graduates, prominent a m o n g
; whom was the late Harvey Scott,
the former brilliant editor of the
j Oregonian. This instil utiori has
been having a hard time of it
financially, and we are glad to
learn that it was taken under the
; patronage of the Congregational
Foundation for education, last
spring, and now the Co.igrega
tionalists of the state will give ii
their backing. Th'S is about as
important a work a any which
this body can undertake. Bettei
let go their smaller missions
than to have this institution close
its doors. We hope also it will
keep its distinctive denomina
tional character. If it gives up
this for the sake of the loaves
and fishes offered by the Carne­
gie Foundation, it will be as the
salt which has lost its savor.
N O TIC E
The Story of
Our States
By JONATHAN BRACE
XLVI.— NEW MEXICO
A S narue I T S
Im ­
p l i e s , New
Mexico’s his­
tory Is close­
ly allied with
Old Mexico.
It was the
Spanish who were its first ex­
plorers, De Vaca visiting this
region in 1530 and Coronado
four years later. The natives
were the Pueblo Indians, al­
though they are somtimes errone­
ously reputed to have been Az­
tecs us they were well advanced
in the arts and had a compara­
tively high civilization. These
Indians were conquered In 1598
by Juan de Onate and became
subject to Spanish rule, being
forced to work the mines and
pay tribute. Missions were estab­
lished and Santa Fe was founded
about 1005.
Except for a period of ten
years when the Indians revolted
und maintained their Indepen­
dence, New Mexico remained un­
der Spanish control until in 1821
Mexico gained Its independence
from Spain and New Mexico
became a province of Mexico.
Thus it remained until the out­
break of the Mexican war, when
in 1846 Colonel Keurny marched
from Fort Leavenworth with his
troops, occupied Santa Fe and
declared this region a part of the
United States. By the Treaty
with Mexico In 1848, the upper
part of the state was formally
ceded to the United States and
the Territory of Mexico was or­
ganized In 1851, which reached
from Texas to California.
Arizona was set off from New
Mexico in 1863 and a few years
later a portion was contributed
to Colorado. Application for ad­
mission as a state started In
1850, but It was not until 1910
that New Mexico became the
forty-seventh state.
New Mexico ranks fourth in
size among the states with an
area of 122,634 square miles, but
is sparsely populated and accord­
ingly has only three electoral
votes for President.
The Portland Telegram in an
editorial last Saturday, gave two
To whom should you commit your
instances of men who in later
way?
—l’salm37:5,
life attained eminence in their
How can one rejoice even during
trial?
—I Peter 4:12, 13 respective spheres, and who had
Who cares for the poor and those to work their way through col­
who fear God?
—Pialm 34:3, 4, 5, lege. One was the late Bishop
Fallows of the Reformed Episco
Governor Olcott has issued his
A F T E R M A T H OF THE pal church in Chicago, and the Thanksgiving proclamation, and
other a successful lawyer in Mil­ urges that all strife be forgotten
ELECTION
waukee, Wisconsin. Both, though and that the da> may be one of
Ip spite of the upheaval and separated by a number of years, peace and forgiveness. Senator
excitement caused by the elec were alumni of the State Univer­ Hall of Marshfield please take
tion returns, matters quietec sity of Wisconsin. The former notice.
down very rapidly. Both Olcott boarded himself during college,
and McArthur sent graceful hiring a room in the dormitory
R ecorderihip Settled
congratulations to their success­ for f4.00 a term. His parents
The tie between J. K. Ely and
ful opponents, and received in lived on a farm twelve miles Fred Bartholomew for recorder,
return as graceful replies. Fhe away, and bis father hauled in was broken at the city council
papers have been busy analyzing his wood for him. Young Fal­ meeting last Tuesday night, ac­
the situation and searching for lows walked the twelve miles cording to the directions of the
reasons to explain it. Nearly all every Saturday and each Mon­ district attorney by drawing lots.
of these are in substantial agree­ day walked back with his week’s Tom Morton was chosen to do the
ment. One of the best was by supply of food packed in a knap­ drawing, and the name drawn
the Corvallis Gazette■ T i m e s sack on his back. He graduated was J. K. Ely. To those who
which we reproduce below:
in 1859 and became an officer in have conscientious scruples about
the Civil war, and one ¡of the such methods, we cite scriptural
Figure it All Out.
There will always be a differ­ sanest, most virile and inspiring precedent. When the first va­
ence of opinion as to the relative men in America. The other did cancy was filled in the college of
placing of the factors entering chores for a member of the fac­ the apostles, we are told: “They
into the success or failure at the ulty for his board. In those days gave forth their lots, and the lot
( © b y McClara N ow apaper Syndicate.)
polls. However, the Gazette- the majority of students had to fell upon Matthias.’’
work
their
way
and
consequent-
Times dares to venture certain
Special Notice
conclusions in reference to the y they valued their education,
and
made
the
most
of
it.
Now­
There
will be a pie social at
result at the late election.
Dinty, like the Gump family,
the
Garfield
Grange hall Tuesday
adays,
at
many
colleges
those
First in the success of Mr
sometimes
is down but never
evening, November 28, for the
Pierce comes his own engaging so doing are looked down upon, benefit of Nora Memorial church. out.—Kum in.
10-12tf
personality and splendid cam and most students are financed Ladies bring pies,
11-16-23
paigning ability. Without a man by their parents.The latest in­
of his type and fighting capacity vestigations show that the really
It would not have been possible earnest students are in the mi­
for the result to have been ac­ nority. It may be questioned
S or E c o n o m ic a l T r a m p o r ta llo f i
then whether the cheapening
complished.
1
Second, the issue on which Mr. of higher education is really an
advantage.
Those
who
show
C
H
E
V
R
O
LET
Pierce chose to make his cam­
paign -the lessening of taxation. they are in earnest and in need
Taxes touch everybody, and all of financial aid should be helped
the natives sit up and take no­ to the utmost by judicious loans,
tice when there is possible but but those who merely go to col­
lege for its social advantages or
not probable, relief.
to
have a good time should be
Third, the deflection from re­
discouraged
by having to pay
publican ranks due to the Com­
considerably
for
it.
pulsory school bill and the break­
ing away resulting from the ac­
tivities of the Klan tight in the TH E SMALL COLLEGE
primaries and the splendid or-
We have always been interest-
ganziation work of this body.
d in the small college, as it per­
Fourth, the fact that Mr. Ol­ forms a service which the larger
cott. his opponent, has never been diversity, owing t> it> numbers,
regarded as a republican organi­ annot render. This is, giving
sation man of sufficient certain individual attention to the stu­
ty as to bring him the enthusiaa dents. At the universities with
at new location on cor. of
tic support of the leading work­ classes of a thousand or mote
2nd and Main sts.
ers in the republican organiza members, the individual is lost
We
are carrying a com­
tion.
in the mass. The professors do
plete
line of FEED-every-
Fifth, a resentment in the not know their pupils by name,
thing
for the Hog, Cow
minds of many at the presenta­ and often not even l»y sight.
or
Horse
It will pay you
tion of the record of Mr. Pierce This is a decided drawback as
to call and get a line on
with the imputations attached.
often a man’s course will be en­
PRICES.
Sixth, the general discontent tirely spoiled for the want of a
Let
us
help you to market
throughout the country born of little advice and guidance, which
your
farm produce.
a combination of circumstances, if the professor knew him he
All Kinds of Hauling
and in many instances without would furnish. Oregon has a
reason, except that periodically number of small colleges of de­
BARTHOLOMEW
there is a disposition to swat the nominational origin, which are
and LAWRENCE
fellow in office.
doing excellent work in spite of
Seventh, a feeling on the part being handicapped by lack of
of many that Mr. Olcott has been
in state office quite a while.
Doubtless there were manv
otjier factors contributing to the
success of Mr. Pierce, but inqui­
ry before and after leads the
Gazette-Times to put the leading
ones in the order stated. It will
Baby Beef Pot Roast................. ..................... 18c
be the disposition of many to ar­
Baby Beef Steak*
.......................25c
range these in order of impor­
Beef Pot Roast ___ . ..
tance on the bases of their own
e
Boiling Beef
... 12««
feelings. In case one was moved
i
Mutton Roast. Shoulder,
by a certain factor more than
i»
Leg of Mutton
......................18c
another, in all probability the
Bacon by the strip
.....................27c
disposition will be to magnify
i»
Hams ________
that as a factor contributing
oat to the attitude of others
Beef, Mutton, Veal and Hogs Rought
orvaltis Gazette- Times
B IB L E Q U E S T IO N S
or
TILING
ACCOUNT,
FINAL
In the county court of the State of Or­
egon, for the County of Clackamas.
In the matter of the estate of Patrick
Danehey, deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given, that the
undersigned, as administrator of the
estate of Patrick Danehey, deceased,
has filed his final account as such ad­
ministrator in the County Court for the
County of Clackamas, State of Oregon.
That Monday, the 4 th day of Decem­
ber, 1922, at 9:30 a. m.. in the court­
room of said court, has been appointed
as the time and place for hearing of
objections to saiu final account and the
settlement thereof.
WILLIAM DANEHEY,
Administrator.
M c G u i r e & S c h n e i d e r ,
Attorneys (or Administrator.
Date of first publication Novemher 2nd,
1922.
Date of last publication November 30th,
1922.
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