Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, March 29, 1923, Image 2

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    EASTERN CLACKAMAS NEWS,THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1923
Eastern Clackamas News
Entered at the postoffice in Estacada,
Oregon, as second-class mail.
Published every Thursday at
Estacada, Oregon
UPTON H. OJBBS
Editor and Manager.
ands would be able to see
her, who otherwise never would.
She appeared as Queen Elizabeth
in Schiller’s “ Mary Stuart,’’
and those who have seen this
picture have some idea of her
powers as an emotional actress.
50
GOOD
CIGARETTES
S H E R IF F 'S S A L E
SEEDS
SEE our seeds before you
buy. We sure have the
quality, and we think that
is the most important.
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, for the County of Clacka­
mas,
F. W. Gerling, Plaintiff,
vs.
Blanche V. Warne (formerly Blanche
V. Hurlburt) and W. C. Vvarne, her
husband; Daniel B. Newkirk and
Frances L. Newkirk, his wife,
Defendants.
STATE OF OREGON. )
• ss.
County of Clackamas. \ '
By virtue of a judgment order, de­
cree and an execution, duly issued out
of and under the seal of the above en­
titled court, in the above entitled
cause, to me duly directed and dated
the 26th day of February, 1923. upon a
judgment rendered and entered in said
court on the 26th ,day of February,
1923, in favor of F. W. Gerling, Plain-
tiif, and against Blanche V. Warne
(formerly Blanche V. Hurlburt) and W.
C. Warne, her husband,; Daniel B.
Newkirk and Frances L. Newkirk, his
wife, Defendants, for the sum of $250.-
00 with interest thereon at the rnte of
eight per cent per annum from the 6th
day of March 1919, and the further
sum of $14.74 with interest thereon at
6 from the 17th day of March, 1922,
and the further sum of $25.00 as attor­
ney’s fees, and the further sum of
$49.20 coats and disbursements, and the
costs of and upon this writ, command­
ing me to make sale of the following
described real property, situate in the
county of Clackamas, State of Oregon,
to-wit:
All of the east half of the east half
(E. i ofE.J ) of the southeastquarterof
southwest quarter (S. E. i of S. W. i)
of Section thirty-four (34), Township
Two (2)south, Range seven (7) east ol
History of Easter
S u bscr iptio n H a tes
Easter, commemorating to the
$1.50
Christian believer the Resurrec­
One year
.
.
.
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tion of the Savior of mankind;
Six months
IF you have a garden the
and, to the secular mind, the
GENUINE
next thing is something
Thursday. M a rch 29, 1923.
formal opening of the spring­
to make it grow quick.—
time season; but observed as a
B IB L E Q U ES T IO N S
festival of joy and feasting by
WE HAVE IT.
DURHAM
both, is the oldest of all the fes­
TOBACCO
tivals in the Christian calendar.
QUESTIONS —
ALL KINDS OF FEEDS
value. And all this because the It is the dav which marks the
and Bible Answers
beginning
of
the
preaching
of
I f P aren t* will en co u rag e children to look op
tomb was found empty. Truth
a nd m em orize th e Bible A nsw er*, i t will prove !
|a p riceless h e ritag e to th em in a fte r y e a ra .j
the Gospel of Christ.
Easter
is still stranger than fiction.
'f ^ n n n ^ ; : nm inngjni!!:
even antedates Christmas as a
BARTHOLOMEW
fixed event; for, while the day
and LAWRENCE
What did Jesus say about little chil­
BEHOLD THE MAN
of the Resurrection has been ob­
dren?
—Matt. 19:13-15
What question did the rich ruler ask
Many a time a profound truth served from the foundation of
Jesus?
Luke 18:18 has been unconsciously expressed the Christian religion, it was not
Who alone is worthy to receive honor, by the speaker. One most noted until four centuries later that
and glory and power?
—Rev. 4:11
instance, was when the Roman the natal day of Jesus of Naza­ Loam association of Eugene, accord­
ing to announcement of W. A. Ayres,
governor, 1’ilate, pointing to reth began to be observed.
THE EMPTY TOMB
secretary
of the association. The asso­
One
of
the
most
interesting
Jesus Christ, Who was standing
ciation Is made up of 315 farmers of
facts
in
connection
with
Easter,
The columns of the newspa­ beside him, mockingly arrayed is that its origin dates back to Lane county who have taken loans
pers for some weeks have been in purple mantle and wearing a the old Jewish Feast of the Pass- amounting to approximately $1,000,-
full of descriptions of the con­ crown of thorns, said to the over. According to a church 000 .
tents of a tomb near Luxor in howling mob, “ Behold the man,’’ historian: “The first Christians The general relief committee of 10
Egypt. The main object of in­ What he meant was “ Behold the being derived from or intimately at Astoria has decided to close Its re­
terest however, the mummied man whom you demand to be cru­ connected with the J e w i s h lief work on April 15. That is. It will
purchasing groceries and sup­
corpse of the king who built and cified, in whom 1 find no fault.” Church, naturally continued to cease
plies for sufferers from the fire, the
But
his
words
have
come
down
equipped the tomb for the re­
observe the Jewish festivals committee holding that the needy
ception of his remains, will not to us pregnant with a meaning though in new spirit of commera should be cared for by Clatsop coun­
be uncovered untili fall. Until which Pilate did not conceive, orative of events of which those ty and the funds at its command
then it will repose in the sarcoph but the truth of which has been had been shadows. The Pass- should be used entirely for reconstruc­
agus in which it has been resting clearly demonstrated during the over, ennobled by the thought'of tion work.
Portland consumed more gas In 1920
for three thousand years. But centuries which have elapsed. Christ as the true Pascal Lamb,
if when the tomb was opened it For Jesus Christ stands out today continued to be celebrated, and than did the entire state of Washing­
ton and almost twice as many cubic
was found bare of everything unmistakably as THE MAN, the became the Christian Easter.”
feet of gas as was consumed in Seattle.
universal
man,
who
is
the
pat­
save a few of the bandages
Early differences arose as to This was shown in statistics covering :
tern
type
for
all
men
every­
which bound the corpse, the
the precise day on which the gas consumption in Oregon, Washing­
news would hardly have com­ where. He is the sole leader Easter festival should be ob­ ton and Idaho during 1920 and 1921
manded space beyond mere men­ among all the sons of men, who served. In the Jewish calendar During 1921 Oregon consumed 3,335,-
tion, and nobody would have represents a universal character. the Passover occurs on a fixed 137,800 cubic feet, of which 3,167,311,-
gone much out of his way to visit Other leaders are distinctly cir­ day of the month; while the 000 were used in Portalnd.
Dedication of the new $40,000 build­
it and it would soon be forgotten cumscribed by their nationality. Christians, from the earliest
But some centuries ago a rock Among religious leaders Moses, days, assigned the Easter Festi­ ing of the school of journalism, presen­
tation to the school of a new copy desk
hewn tomb was found empty, Confucius, Zoroaster, Bfiddha, val to a fixed day of the week, by the State Editorial association, elec­
Mahomet,
belong
solely
to
cer­
after a dead body had been com­
namely Sunday, that being the tion of officers of the trade and class
mitted to it. The celebration of tain peoples, and it is the same first da v of the week, and the day, journalism section, and group confer
Easter is the celebration of the with political leaders, our own according to the Scripture, upon cnees and discussions marked the fifth
discovery of an empty tomb, Washington and Lincoln are which Christ rose from the dead. annual convention of the Oregon news
conference held under the aus­
which should have been occupied. leaders only within well defined Astronomical problems of con­ paper
pices of the University of Oregon
limits.
But
Jesus
Christ
is
the
But why all this commotion? If
fusing character were largely school of journalism at Eugene.
a body had been in it, and af­ leader of men without distinction responsible for these differen­ There were four fatalities due to
terward this body was found to of race. The Caucasian, the Af­ ces, which continued until the Industrial accidents in Oregon during
be gone, only the grave clothes rican, the Mongul, The Indian, year 325 A. D., when the Coun the week ending March 22, according
in which it had been wrapped, the Oriental, each find in Him cil of Nicea decreed that every­ to a report prepared by the state in
remaining, would not the natu­ their own characteristics, as well where in Chritendom E a s t e r dustrial accident commission. The
ral explanation be that the body as does the Hebrew of whose should be celebrated on the same victims were: George Hart, choker
Portland; Russel McCullough,
had been stolen or carried away? race He was born. Those who day. But it was not until the setter,
off-bearer, Stlverton; F. L. Williams,
believe
in
Him
do
not
think
of
True, and this explanaton was
adoption of the Gregorian Calen­ pipe fitter, Portland, and L. F. Bellen
offered at the time, and it is pe­ Him in national terms for He dar in 1582 that this decree se­ ger, faller, Portland. A total of 568
riodically reiterated, but it has transcends all terms. He belongs cured anything like general ac­ accidents were reported during the
proved insufficient. In the first to the whole of humanity, to ceptance: and even to this day week.
place, that such an attempt each particular portion of which in the churches of Greece and
Agreement was reached between the
might be made, had been fore­ He is THE MAN.
Russia as well as in some of the Oregon state livestock sanitary board
Oriental congregations where and the United States biological survey
seen by those who had great
the modern calendar has not to co-operate in the eradication of all
THE CURTAIN FALLS
interest in preventing the body
been accepted. Easter falls sortie- predatory animals that menace live­
being stolen, and they had
At length the curtain has drop­ times before and sometimes af­ stock. at a joint meeting at Pendleton,
taken extreme and particular
ter the date on which the Festi­ at which the United States bureau ol
precaution against this possi­ ped for the last time on the val is celebrated bv the Western animal industry also was represented.
Plans call for the employment of 12
bility. The entrance had been noted actress. Sarah Bernhardt. Christians.
She
made
a
fplucky
fight
with
trained hunters and trappers by the
hermetically sealed and a military
state to assist the same number by the
death
and
fell
struggling
to
the
guard provided. Those, if any,
biological survey.
who might have made an attempt last. It will he remembered that
J. H Fredricy, president of the Hood
she
suffered
the
amputation
of
to remove the body, were utterlv
River County Protective association
one
of
her
legs
two
or
three
unable to cope against the guard,
has announced that the state fish com­
for they were few and insignifi­ years ago, but she kept up play­
mission has completed preliminary de­
tails for the construction of a perman­
cant. This explanation then has ing on the stage and it is won­
(Continued from fiir.-»t.page)
ent trout hatchery at the confluence
failed to explain. On the other derful how she managed to con­
ceal
her
physical
misfortune
Apportionment
of
$2,825,502,90, of Deadpofnt creek with the west fork
hand the explanation which has
She
was
a
brilliant
and
most
re­
representing
the
funds
received
from of Hood river at the Devil’s Punch­
won out, is that the opening of
bowl. Lumber is being assembled and
the tomb wa - the act of Oo 1, an markable woman, for not only motor vehicle nnd motor vehicle oper­ construction will begin at onde on the
ator
registrations
during
the
period
earthquake shook th^ tomp and was she a superb actres but she from September 16, 1922. to March 15. buildings. It is expected that 3,000.-
caused the entrance stone to fall was also an artist and a sculp- 1923, between the various counties of 000 to 5,000.000 trout fry and several
flat. The dead body suddenly be- j trt‘!’8
no mef n bility. She the state nnd the highway depart­ hundred thousand steel heads will be
came alive and slipping through was 0,u’
,' rst °* dramatic i ment. has been completed by the sec­ propagated annually.
Governor Pierce and Percy Cupper,
ite cerements, without di-ar- staia ot . l*u> J 1®* magnijude to , retary of state.
ranging them, issued from the ■PPear 101 l*''' screen, as she A dlTldend of 3 per cent on their state engineer, have returned to Salem
making a thorough inspection of
tomb a living person.
saw that therein she would per- stock has been granted to the stock- after
the Warm Springs irrigation district
•
petuate
her
art,
and
that
thous
holders of the f'irst National Karra
W h a t bunk, sneer some in-;____________________ ____________________________________ in Malheur county. This district con­
tains app ro x im ate 31.000 acres of
tellectuals. Yet this bunk im­
land
and has ample w ater available foi
pressed itself as true so that each
all purposes. The district has auth­
first day of the week has bee ?n ' 1
orized and issued bonds aggregating
set apart as a solemn reminder!
$1,550,000. and has requested that the
of the event among the thous­
state guarantee the payment of in­
terest on these securities. It was be
ands of millions who profess and j
cause of tijis request that the officials
call themselves Chtistian. And
derided to make an inspection of the i
He W’ho was laid dead in that!
project.
tomb and came forth alive is re-!
A burial ground of what is pro -
garded as victor over death, and |
; nounced to be an ancient race o l,
the source of life and immortnli-1
’ mound hnilders has been unearthed;
ty to a human race in bondage
i directly across the river from Alban)
to death. Moreover absurd or
by a farmer, Clyde Peacock. Mr :
Beef, Mutton, Veal and Hogs Bought
Peacock made the discovery while;
not -this belief has proved the
| plowing a field which has been undet
most revolutionary and beneficial
cultivation for many years. The plow
of any. It has shed light in
share was caught by a rock. and. aftet
Open
from
7
a.
m.
to
6
p.
m.
Saturdays,
open
to
8
p.
m.
darkness, brought hope to the
digging the rock out. It was found t< 1
despairing, comfort to the sor-j
be a fine specimen of mortar. Upor j
Estacada
: :
Oregon
rowing, established righteous­
digging further Peacock unearthed
skulls, knives, skeletons, charcoal anc
ness and given human life a new
!O c
“B ull ”
the Willamette Meridian, in Clackamaa
county, Oregon.
NOW, THEREFORE, by virtue of
said execution,, judgment and decree,
and in compHance with the demands
of .said writ, I will, on Saturday, the
31st day of March, ¡923; at the hour of
10 o’clock, A. M., at the front door of
the County Court House in the City of
Oregon City, in said County and State,
sell at public auction, subject to re­
demption, to the highest bidder for U.
S. gold coin cash in hand, alt the right,
title and interest which the within
named defendants or either of them,
had on the date of the mortgage herein
or since had in or to the above de­
scribed real property or any part there­
of, to satisfy said execution, judgment
order, decree, interest, costs and all
accruing costs.
W. J WILSON,
Sheriff ol Clackamas County, Oregon.
By E. C. HACKETT. Deputy.
Dated Oregon City, Oregon March
3,1-29
1st, 1928.
CITY LAUNDRY
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
ROUGH-DRY— 141b $1.00
Work finished at Portland
prices—Special attention to
all family trade.
DRYCLEANING-PRESSING-DYEING
Lace Curtains a Specialty—PH ONE
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