Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, June 07, 1923, Image 2

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Eastern ' Clackamas V ,
EASTERN C L A C K A M A S NEW S, T H U R S D A Y ,
JUNE 7, 1923.
ing, except in instruction, hav-
movements cold
mg
to
do
with
the
study
of
for*
sue
p,
¡ce
market
reports based
Entered at the postoffiee in Estacada!'
eign languages. In other, words on actual sales oi grain, hay,
Oregon, as second-class mail.
German could be used to teach livestock, potatoes, dairy and
German but not anything else,
.poultry products.
Published every Thursday at
This decision is likely to be a
Such reports would be of great
Estacada, Oregon
forecast of what will be the fate value to producers, hut the mar
rr-
of the Oregon compulsory edu- k e f agent cannot give this irr.
UPTON H. GIBBS
’ cational bill if brought before p.a r t i“ 1 . ¡"formation without ac-
Editor and Manager.
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itivehelp from the producers—
the U. S.
as s it
S. supreme
s u n r e m e court,
cou rt a
It I from reliab!e grow ers in all parts
S ubscr iption K a t e s
stoutly upholds the right of the of the state who will report the
$1.50
One year
parents to control the education actual crop and product condi-
.75
Six months
of their children as fundamental. tions in their localities. Through
cooperation, this important in-
A P F M T f° rmat‘on may be obtained and
Thursday, J une 7. 192?.
STATE M ARKET AL»fc.IN 1 I accurate market values deter­
mined.
DEPARTMENT.
B IB L E Q U ESTIO N S
In following letters the differ-
The last legislature passed the <mt sections of the market law
State Market Agent law, but will be taken up, that the people
— QUESTIONS
the message. So far, while sev­ other than the announcement of generally may understand the
and Bible Answers
eral hundred messages have been the appointment by the governor law and the duties of the market
I f Parents will «n cou raa c children In look up
agent before taking up more
am! m em oriae the Bible Answ ers, it will prove
sent the doctor from mediums of C. E. Spence as State Market
a priceless heritage to them in a fte r years.
agent, there has been but little direct work.
all over the country, none has
newspaper publicity as to the
been accompanied bv the correct scope, powers and duties of the
Announcement
How may we he protected from evil?
department. Hence producers,
— Psalm 91:9-10 countersign.
As I have sold out my grocery
distributors and consumers are
How can we choose between life and
and
feed store on account of ill
in constant communication with
death?
— Romans 8:13
HAS STARTED SOMETHING
the department for information health, to Messrs, Snyder and
What is an abomination unto the Lord,
regarding the act
Dykeman of The People’ s Store,
The governor of New York by
and what is His delight?
— Prov. 11:1
Many
producers
have
the
im­
I wish to thank the public for
signing the bill to repeal the
pression that they may ship their generous patronage extend­
CONCERNING SPIRITS
Mullan-Gage state prohibition their products direct to the mar­
enforcement law, has thrown a ket agent, who will sell them ed to me during the many years
Not moonshine, or pre-war monkey wrench into the political I and make remittances and some I was in business.
G. H . L i c h t h o r n .
whiskies and brandies but “ spir­ machinery, not only of the state
made such direct shipments,
its from the vasty deep,’ ’ that of New York, of but the whole Others write that they have Estacada, Ore,, June 5, 1923.
is the limbo of ghosts or wraiths country. At present it looks as wheat, prunes, honey, hay, po­
tatoes to sell, and ask for ship­
Sir Conan Doyle, the well known if the result will be the making ping directions, while consumers N O T I C E F O R P U B L I C A T I O N
author of “ Sherlock Holmes’ ’ and of prohibition the main issue in have asked the market agent, as Department o f the interior, U. S. Land
Office, at Portland, Ore., May 18th,
other novels, who is also a medi­ the next presidential election. , representing
1223.
,
. the state, that he
Notice is hereby given that Mathies
cal physician by profession wi Those who wish the revoking of i
t
°
,
f
suf , r b-y b,uy' Waldkirch, o f Estacada, Ore., who, on
l - ion______ j —- i _
_
,. I mg a supply for the state in for­ September 6th, ¡918, made Homestead
be in Portland on Friday of this i the
18th amendment or a modi- eign markets.
Entry, No. 06163, for N E i, Section 27,
week, in the interest of his cam fication of the Volstead law are
The market agent act is broac Township 4 S., Range 4 E .; Willamette
paiirn for the furtherance of much encouraged by the gover­ in the powers it gives to the state Meridian, has filed notice o f intention
spiritualism. He will endeavor nor’ s action. Already a repre­ market agent, but it does not to make Three-Year Proof, to establish
claim to the land above described, be­
to give scientific proof that the sentative from Illinois has an­ conceive of his acting as direct fore the Register and Receiver o f the
spirits of those who have depart­ nounced his intention to intro­ wholesaler or retailer for produ U. S. Land Office, at Portland, Ore.,
on the 11th day o f July, 1923.
ed from this world exist, and duce a bill into congress to per­ cers, nor as arbitrarily fixing
Claimant names as witnesses: W. E.
prices for consumers. But with Myers, of Estacada, Ore., R-2; A. Ha-
that communication with them mit state option on light wines the help of producers, distribu-
belt, o f Estacada. Ore., R -2; Ebenezer
is possible. He will exhibit pho­ and beer. It is evident Gover- tors, consumers and cooperative Lacey, o f Estacada, Ore., R-2; Laura
o f Eatacada, Ore., 3-2-
tographs in which spirits are nor Smith has started something |
there are great \. A Benjamin,
ct 6-9-16.
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visible, notably one of the ceno which promises a very lively possibilities for mutual benefit,
A lexander S week , Register
whereby
the
producer
may
get
5-24-6-21.
taph in London to the dead war­ presidential campaign.
the full market value and the
riors of the world war. This will
products go to the consumer at
NOTICE
show not only the crowds but
IM PORTANT DECISION the lowest cost.
the spirits of soldiers hovering
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The -new market department
r sp
around the monument. He em
The supreme court of the has to be cut from whole cloth lersigned directors o f the V i n c e n t
Troxell Lumber Company, a domestic
phatically asserts that the utJ United States has just r e n d e r e d with patterns and information corporation, that, pursuant to a resolu­
most precaution was taken to a most important verdict. With g a t h e r e d from various states tion unanimously adopted by the stock­
which have worked out some of holders at a special stockholders’ meet­
prevent any trickery. He will only two justices dissenting, it the problems.
The foundation ing properly called, supplementary ar­
ticles o f incorporation have been filed
also te’ l of messages received declares that state statutes which is slow work.
with the Secretary o f State for the pur­
which he claims are absolutely prohibit the teaching and use of
The law states that the market pose o f changing the name o f the said
bona fide, one being from his foreign languages in all schools agent shall act as advisor to pro­ corporation from the ’ Vincent Troxci
Lumber Company’ to ‘ C. L. ROSS
own son. While most seem to below the eighth grade are void ducers, consumers and distribu­ LBR. CO., l N r . ’
(Signed) C. L. KOSS
concede that he is earnest and as an unlawful encroachment tors; that when requested he
shall assist them in the economi­
M. E. ROSS
upon
the
rights
conferred
by
the
is convinced, yet they think he
. J. G. VINCENT
cal and efficient distribution .of
is self deluded, and that it is not fourteenth amendment, which grain, hay, livestock, all meats, Dated Estacada, Ore. June 1, 1923. It
likelv that he will gain many provides that “ no state • * * dairy and poultry products and N O T I C E F O R P U B L I C A T I O N
shall deprive any person of life, agricultural implements manu­
converts.
05056
factured, processed in or trans­ Department of the Interior, U. S. Land
The subject is a facinating one iborty or property without due ported into the state
Office, at Portland, Ore., May 26th
of law.”
to many minds. It may be ac­ process
1923.
t ,,
,
. This is but one section o f four-
NOTICE is hereby given that John
I he question was presented to teen of the act. but there is a
knowledged that those who are
Siegwarth, o f Estacada, Ore., R-l, who
departed from this life, are in a the court in cases coming from j wide field in it for active mutual on August 1, 1918, [made Homestead
Iowa,
N
e
b
r
a
s
k
a
and
Ohio.
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benefit
when
producers,
distribu-
Entry No. 05056, for the NWJ, Section
conscious active state, and re­
5 E., Willa-
other states with simi- ^or? an,^ consumers cooperate 33, Township . 3 S., . Range
. .
member those they haw left be­ i Eighteen
a * a
. • •
| * * atid work with the market airpnt roette Meridian, has filed notice o f in
.... ,
tention to make Three-Year Proof, to
hind. Their relatives and friends lar statutes, participated. It also
affects an Oresron law which
,
states that the State establish claim to the land above de
on earth still regard them with
,
„
,
,
market agent shall gather and scribed, before the Register and Re-
affection and long to see and provides that no foreign Ian- distribute impartial information ceiver of the U. 8. Land office, at Port-
demand ’ 1 nri-1 1 •“’rf*
Pre-.on the 20 th day of July. I*«.
communicate with them, and guage may be used while teach- concerning supply,
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Claimant names as witnesses: Wilson
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A.
McLaughlin,
o f Estacada, Ore., R -I:
this longing is a mutual one.
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-------------- -- ■ -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------Karl Tracv, o f Estacada, Ore., R -I;
The universe is one, all parts ot
j Ralph Kelly, o f Etsacada, Ore., R -I;
William Porter, o f Estacada, Ore., R -).
which are mutually related and
A ct 6-9-16.
adjusted, so that it is not un­
A LE X A N D E R SW EEK , Register.
5-31.6-28
reasonable to hold that lines of
communication run throughout
YOUR HOM E COM PANY
It may then be that those who are
N O T IC E F O R PU BL IC ATIO N
06269
removed fronx this sphere, may
A C I F I C g s T A T E S FOR
Department o f the Interior, U. S. Land
spatially considered, be nearer
Office at Portland, Ore.. May X6th,
ROMPT
E R V IC E
to and less out of touch with it
1923.
. NOTICE is hereby given that Joseph
ROPER
than is commonly supposed.
ETTLEMENT
Michal, Jr. o f Estacada, Ore., R-l,
And this will account for many
ERFECT
Box 6 Î A, who, on January 15. 1919,
AFETY
made Homestead Entry No. 06269, for
strange phenomena such as re­
the NWJ SW f and
SVvJ, Section I,
puted haunted houses, appear­
Represented by
Township 4S ., Range 4 S.. Willamette
Meridian,
has
filed
notice
o f intention
ances of ghosts and the like, I
to make Three-Year Proof to establish
which are apparently well an- I
claim to the land above described, be­
fore the Register and Receiver o f the
thenticated.
1'. S. Land Office at Portland, Ore.,
on the 25th day o f July, 1923.
Sir Conan Doyle acknowledges!
Your Home Agents”
Claimant name* as witnesses: Mrs.
that the transmission of nies-!
Alice Danielson, o f Estacada, O ie .;
E
stacada,
Oregon
John MacDonald, o f Estacada, Ore. : C.
sages from the spirit sphere is |
G. Danielson, o f Estacada. O re.; Otto
only in its infancy, and compares j
Michal. of Portland, Ore., Box 2088,
Act 6 9-1«
it with that of the telegraph ami
A L E X A N D E R SW EEK, Register.
telephone, hence the e uncertain if
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results so far obtained
■d. A Fort- I
N OTICE F O R P U B L IC A TIO N
land physician whose wile died,
(ViO.Vj
a year or two ago, has made a j
■pari
Per
rtment o f the Interior. U. 8. Land
standing ofifer of $500 to any me-i
Offic ce. at Portland, Ore., May 26th,
1928.
dium who will transmit a bona
H. C. G O H R IN G Prop.
NOTICE is hereby given that Anna
fide message to him from his!
: Leon Siegworth. o f Estacada. Ore.. !
R-l, » h o , on August 1 . 1918, made
wife. The proof of the genu-,
Homestead Entry. No. 05u55. for the
ineness of the message will be I
NE|. Section 33, Township 3 §.. Range
,5 E., Willamette Meridian, has filed n o -,
the giving of a countersign
1 tice o f Intention to make Three-Year
agreed upon between him and'
Proof, to establish claim to the land
his w ife before her death. Both
above de-*eribed, before the Register
Beef, Mutton, Veal and Hogs Bought
an! Receiver or the U. S. Land Office,
were interested in spirit commu­
at Portland, Ore., on the 20th day of
July, I9B3.
nication. and she promised her
t laimant names as witnesses. Wilson
h usband she would attempt to
A. McLaughlin, o f Estacada, Ore.. R-I;|
Farl Ttaey. o f Estacada. O re., it -l;l
lommonicate with him after her
Open from 7 a. m. to 6 p . m, Saturdays, open to 8 p. m.
Ralph Kelly, o f Estacada. '»re.. R- l ; I
death if it were (mssihle, and
William Porter, o f Estacada. Ore R-J 1
Act 6-9-16.
the^ selected a special word or
Fsiacada
:
:
Oregon
ALEXANDER SwEEK. Register.
words which should authenticate
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CITY LAUNDRY
STOP
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
ROUGH-DRY—I4lb $1.00
Work finished at Portland
prices—Special attention to
all family trade.
In at our Store and see
our large stock of hay
DRY CLEANING-PRESSING DYHNG
Timothy
Blue Joint
Lice Curtains a Specialty—PHONE
AND
Timothy & Misquitte
PLUMBING
M IX ED
W e have plenty of good
• grey Oats and good,
clean W heat on hand
PIPE and FITTINGS
Quality Always First
Get our prices before you buy
D ryer Pipes Made to O rder
For Sheet Iron work,
repairs, soldering and
plumbing, call at the
BARTHOLOM EW
and L AW R EN CE
A M E MAIN
S STREET.
SHO P
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Financial Independence
arises primarily from that little difference
between what you earn and what you
save. This will give you a fund for lar­
ger investments when the opportunity is
presented.
A Savings Account in your Home Bank
will help you establish such a fund.
ESTACADA STATE BANK
“ Safety and Service.”
INSURE WITH
P
WOOgrfel COMPANY
THE ESTACADA MEAT CO.
1
$ 50,000
STOCK OF
New and Used Cars and Trucks
Now on Sale
W e are retiring from the automobile business in
¡S m iT o T i **.!"_• I
moT* O'*» h u t as soon a* we hT £
» « “ « • • d . M d a n - U trucks To do
l t k lf J L AWAr
b V h t ‘ ca r b ! ! T j
V « down to the
t 0 ****
rr* m rd k -
<*
t o t s . T 1U*
»nd it U a Mg <
look over our offering», but cone pripeied to — V- »
You are sure to see something that you will
Sold on Easy Term s
6 0 Used Cars
to Choose From
Car* of every class ranging in
price* all the way from $34
and up. Car» of seal honest to
goodnesa values at our old
price*. Downright snap« as
priced for this great mle.
*»s»e n f th* ha
Eraa Kt af rnat, «rich
r"
f v lltw tff n A r ia ls
i» m*. Im M
m L j.
th a t fa s m a
Bargains in Trucks
W . haw
to *kt from on* to l
" " » ■ l » « track*
"*w*fcstd to OtMdwtf o*
•wad • track hv »a mam*
B ren dw ay at E v orett S treet
Portlsod,
n NVu Cars and Demonstrators at a Discount J