Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, January 22, 1925, Image 1

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Devoted to the Interests ot Eastern Clackamas County
V o l u m e 18,
E s t a c a d a , O re g o n , T h u r s d a y , J a n u a r y
N u m b e r 17
n PLANS FOR COUNTY
-
CONFERENCE READY
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
D R
W. W. RHODES
OSTEOPATHIC
INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT
MEANS MUCH TO OREGON
SAYS
F
T.
G R IF F IT H
President National Electric Light As­
sociation Discusses Fundamental
Needs of the State
22. 1925
OREGON NEWS ITEMS
OF SPECIAL INTEREST
$1.50 P e r Y e a r
NEV1N N A T IO N A L NEWS
Washington, D. C., Jan. 22,
1925. The House on January 14
passed the so-called McFadden
Bill, the outstanding provision
of which is that it authorizes
member banks of the Federal Re­
serve system ( in states which
permit state banks to have
branches) to establish branch
banks, but limits such banks to
the city in which the parent bank
is located, and does not allow a
national bank in a city o f less
than 25,000 inhabitants to have a
branch bank. The purpose is to
give national banks the same
opportunity for business as state
banks have, but it was apparent
from the debate which ran for
three days, that if the states had
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REBEKAHSANDI.O.O.F.
Flood waters in the Wiiiamette
President Franklin T. Griffith o f river virtually isolated Eugene from
County agriculture with a view to
automobile traffic for 24 hours.
making farm ing more profitable the National Electric Light Associ­
ation made the principal address at
Building operations in Salem during
has never before been made,’’ says
■T)R. G. F. MIDFOKD
the Annual Industrial and Business the year 1924 aggregated $1,843,856 as
^ P H Y S I C I A N and S U R G E O N .
0. R. Dougherty, o f Molalla, gen­
X R ay E quipment — G lasses fitted eral chairman o f the conference. Conference at Portland recently. against $1,285,732 in 1923.
O F F IC E and Residence Sacond and Main Strset*
“ Such an economic study,” he de­ He spoke in part as follows:
Marlon county sportsmen contribut­
Estacada. Oregon—Telephone Connections
The Industrial
development
of
» clared, “ cannot help being o f value Oregon is linked with the develop­ ed $11,127.25 for fishing and hunting
to those engaged in agricultural
licenses during the year 1924.
T } l i . CHAS. P. JOHNSON
production as it will indicate those ment o f power to supply industrial
Cyrus W. Barger, one of the oldest
Oregon has an abund­
fields in which expansion should be expansion.
ance o f potential water power o f stage coach drivers in the northwest,
E V E N IN G W O R K B Y APPOINTMENT
made.”
died In Portland at the age of 76.
Everything is in
readiness fo r which only a small portion has thus
Phones: Office, 315; Residence 4712
fa r been developed, bnt development
Delinquent taxes in Linn county
fo
r
the
agricultural
economic
con­
Estacada,
Oregon.
ference which convenes in the Moose o f water power is proceeding as rap­ from last year amount to only $47,-
hall at Oregon City, atlO a. m. idly as use can be found fo r it, 697.14, or four per cent of the total.
arry
handler
industrial
next Tuesday fo r a two-day study Portland, which is the
Several cases of influenza have been
CHIROPRACTOR
center o f Oregon, has never had a
o
f
the
agriculture
o
f
the
county.
reported in Pine valley, though no
585 MORGAN BUILDING
BROADW AY AND W ASH .
HOURS
Some o f the committees o f the con­ power shortage. Utilities supplying deaths have resulted from the malady.
not inaugurated
the branch
PO RTLAND , O R E G O N
10 A. M. to 6 P. M.
ference have been at work fo r two Portland with electric energy have
The new $25,000 clubhouse for em­ banking
aiways
had
and
still
have
a
reserve
system,
the House
weeks or more and
the
interest
ployes of tho Pelican Bay Lumber
EBY,
manifest indicates a large attend­ o f capacity to meet any increased company as Klamath Falls has been would not have passed the bill.
A T T O R N E Y A T LAW.
ance from every section
o f the demands upon them. The policy o f opened.
the Portland utilities has been that
General Practice.
Confidential Ad­ county.
The Committee on Appropria­
viser. Oregon City, Oregon.
During 1924 the city of Salem laid
gener­
One o f the problems being con­ o f the electrical industry
tions, at the repuest o f Congress­
has,
throughout
the pavement aggregating a cost of $185,-
sidered by the farm crop committee ally which
man W. C. Hawley will report an
670. A total of $15,650.76 was expend­
nation,
with
fe
w
exceptions,
and
is— should the potato acreage in
appropriation o f at least $ 25,000
ed
for
sewers.
those
beyond
our
control,
been
the county
be
increased ? The
ATTO RNEY AT LAW
Postal receipts at Portland for 1924 to begin the construction o f a
E s t a c a d a , O r e . facts show
that 320 carlot ship- alive to the increasing demands and
M asonic B ldg .
-----------------—
ments o f potatoes moved out o f the have constantly provided in advance were $2,763,416.21, a gain of $177,- modern system of aids to naviga­
county follow in g hte 1923 season. fo r such increases. It is not the $67.62 over the total receipts for 1923 tion on the Columbia River.
g E. WOOSTER
wait or 6.86 per cent.
Does flax growing fo r fiber and policy o f electric utilities to
The total cost of this system
seed
offer promise?
Should the fo r the natural growth o f demands
The tax levy on property In Lake will be $100,000. The budget
a lfa lfa acreage be increased to re­ upon them fo r preparing to supply County ha* been fixed by the county
did not include this item, but the
Quite the contrary.
place other hay crops on some lands? such demands.
court at 20.2 mills, a reduction from
Farm Loans a Specialty.
The
policies
o
f
the
electric
utilities
necessity for the aids is so great
Is the Oregon potato grading law <
Telephone Estacada, Ore satisfactory from the producer’s has been to anticipate demands, last year of 1.1 mills.
that the committee took favorable
Members of the Salem Kiwanis club
exert
legitimate
standpoint? These and many other and, indeed, to
action, and will report sufficient
have decided to erect a modern greet­
questions pertaining to the produc­ effort to increase demands by en­
to
complete the system in the
ing sign on the Pacific highway five
tion and marketing o f Clackamas couraging the establishment o f new
next Congress.
miles north of Salem.
industries
and
the
increased
Use
o
f
county crops will be considered by
For instance, in Portland
The body of Iline Briggs, 10,
the crop
committee.
The other energy.
ELW OOD ITEMS
capacity daughter of Mrs. Rose M. Briggs of
commodity committees will consider the electric generating
similar questions pertaining to their available fo r service in 1919 was Sardine Creek, was found in Rogue
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Vallen of
126,507 horse power. In 1924 the j river near Medford by a searching
particular commodities.
Portland
spent Satnrday night
A number o f specialists from the available power amounted to 206,- ! party.
and
Sunday
at the A. Vallen
973
horse-
power,
an
increase
o
f
|
Extension Serviceof
the
Oregon
William E. Johnson, 49, editor of
Agricultural College w ill be pres­ 66 per cent in generating electricity the Madras Pioneer and first clerk of home.
ent fo r the meeting to assist in the in five years.
Wm. Bittner made a trip to
Jefferson county, died in Portland of
In the city o f Portland alone the
discussions and the formulation o f
pneumonia.
He was a native of Portland to see the doctor about
recommendations.
Am ong t h e m number o f industrial and commer­ Nebraska.
his eye.
will be E. R. Jackman, crops; H. E. cial users o f electric energy increas­
An appropriation of $500,000 to be !
ed
from
7717
in
1919,
to
14,763
in
Ed. Hodgkiss who is working
Cosby, poultry; C. L. Long, horti­
used in beginning the development
culture; N. C. Jamison,
dairying; 1924, an increase o f 91.2 per cent
at
Sandy came home to visit his
of the Vale irrigation project in Ore­
A, G. B. Bouquet, vegetables; F. E. in number, during the same period
family,
Saturday night and Sun­
gon was requested of congress by the
Price, soils; H. A. Lindgren, live­ the number o f residence electric
day.
budget
bureau.
stock; H. C. Seymour,
boys and consumers in Portland increased
from 45,402 to 67,229, an nicrease
Lumber shipments from the Colum­
Otis Vallen took a load of
girls club work.
o f 48 per cent.
} Block Sooth ofj P. O., Estacada
bia river for the year 1924 totaled 869,- butchered
hogs to Estacada,
The executive committee o f the
Leather H alf soles on men’s light
I am aware that there are abroad 326,834 feet, according to figures is­ Monday.
conference urges farmers through­
work or dress shoes, S3Wed
sued by Ralph Lamb, deputy collector
out the county to attend and partici­ in the land many writers and speak­
or nailed......................... $1.25
Chas. Meilike was home from
ers on water power subjects who of customs at Astoria.
pate
in
the
various
discussions
Rubber composition half-soles
Oregon
City, Sunday.
fre
e
ly
assert
that
water
power
is
for men,.......................... $1.00
Building permits aggregating $1,-
whether they are on committees or
o f power and 702,598 were granted by the Klamath
Men’s heels straightened.
Mr. Bittner and son Will motor­
not, the first day being given over- the cheapest form
Leather or rubber.................Bo
to these group meetings. The good that its development necessarily Falls city council during the past year, ed over to Sandy, Monday to the
Ladies’ heels same work....
36
which will come from this confer­ means the establishment o f power it was shown In the annual report. F. W. Bittner Plug Mill.
Whole leather heels men or
ence, they point out, will be direct­ consuming establishments in the The permit* totaled 567.
women...........
$LOo
Walter Cox and friend Sarah
Only the best o f leather and find­
ly proportionate to the attendance. districts having an abundance o f
The year 1924 in some lines ex­
development. It
is
ings used—can also save you
The complete program fo r the water power
celled any preceding year in La Rhoe visited at the home o f the
money on team harness or parts
session follow s:— Tuesday 10 a. m., real conservation in that it makes Grande. Building permits, 343 in num­ former's sister, Mrs. Montie V i l ­
See me before you buy
opening remarks by O. R. Daugh­ use o f a natural resource without ber, were issued for constructions len, Sunday.
erty, general chairman; 10:30 a. m., destruction, and every horsepower estimated to cost $448,102.
Stanford Cox has a sick horse.
fallin g w ater con­
“ Balancing Production and Market­ produced by
Farmers of the Stayton and Aums i
ing,” Frank L. Ballard,
O. A . C. serves fo r other use, fuel that
would be required to produce the ville districts have filed with the state
Extension Service;
11:00 a. m.,
LOCAL ITEMS
engineer application for authority to
COMPLETE PLANS FOR PIONEER
I do dispute,
“ The Objects o f Our Agricultural equivalent power.
appropriate
water
from
the
Santiam
ASSOCIATION
frequently
Conferences,”
W alter
A.
Holt, however, the assertion
Mrs. Dora H enin g is on the
river for irrigation purposes.
county agent; 11:30 a. m., meetings made that power produced by water
sick
list at this time.
Information
has
been
received
of
Plans have been completed by
o f the commodity group committees: is cheaper power and that the region
the appointment of Chauncey Florey,
the officers o f the Pioneer Associ dairying, Anton Malar,
in
which
water
power
exists
will,
Pointer’ s for Paints, Wall paper
chairman;
at'on organized last fall, fo r a l l farm
_____ crop, M. C. Glover, chairman; because o f that fact alone, surpass retiring county clerk, as United States and Window Glass.
5-22t<
commissioner for Medford to succeed
persons wishing to join th.s Associ- horticulture, S. A . Roberts,
chair­ other regions in industrial develop­
Mrs. W. A. Heylman was a
ation. Those who are eligible
are
ment. That the availability o f wa­ Glenn O. Taylor, recently resigned.
.
, .
sssaass
i v u i w v,
r Ambrose
tlllU IV B C
D
rU W Iie il,
man; , j poultry,
Brownell
in large
amounts
Judge Kelley of Albany decided thal Portland visitor this week.
ell persons who have resided in this ^ chairman; livestock, H. O. Buxton, ter poower
state fo r over fo rty years, and the chairman; vegetables growing, B. C. is not the controlling factor in bring­ the election held in Eugene last July,
Mrs. Crasvford and daughter
expanding at which $500,000 bonds were voted
books are
open fo r
registration Cummings, chairman; soil manage- ing new industries or
were Portland visitors last Wed­
with the secretary and treasurer,W . menti
E
E
Ber?eri chairman those already in operation,
from for the erection of a municipal audi­
R. M. Wade.
Mr. Wade can be The afternoon be(?inning at 1:15 official statistics compiled by our torium on the campus of the Univer­ nesday.
found at the J. K. Ely store in Es- ^ ¡ j
a continuation o f commodity government. While power is nece- sity of Oregon, wa* void.
Rev. B. F. Clay attended a
tacada at any time.
group meetings and the formulation essary to the manufacturer, its cost
Nine hundred cases were filed with ministerial conference in Port­
is a very small part o f his total the inheritance tax commission at
o f report*.
land this week.
H E S E ’S A C TIO N ,
many Salem during the year. The amount
Wednesday, 10:00 a. m.— reading cost, and it is available in
HEART APPEAL o f committee reports, discussion and parts o f the country at prices well receipted and turned over to the gen­
See Mrs. J. E. Gates for piano
within
reach.
The
Uuited
States
instruction.
Prices reasonable.
eral
fund
was
$414,947,
leaving
an
un­
1 ,
.
T
adoption at a mass meeting o f the
“ The Stranger,” produced by Jo- general conf erence.
Reports o f Census Bureau in a census o f receipted balance of $75,870.
I. O. O. F. building.
tf
embracing
more
seph Henabery fo r Paramount from committ€e, on
soils,
horticulture manufacturerers
W. H. Beharrell, 70, prominent Port­
Mrs.
F.
G.
Robley
o
f
Faraday
the widely read novelette, ‘The First an(j dairying,
than 275,000 industrial plants in the land business man and for more than
was taken to a Portland hospital
and the Last,” by John Galsworthy,
12:00 to 1:30 p. m. .free lunch to country, found that the combined a quarter of a century Portland man­
last Tuesday morning.
will be shown at the Gem theatre
cost
fo
r
mechanical
power
and
fuel
all farmers attending the confer­
ager of the furniture manufacturing
next Saturday and Sunday nights.
See J. E. Gates and get that
ence, lur.ch supplied by the Oregon fo r the heat used in manufacturing plant of Heywood Wakefield company,
Much o f the dramatic action o f
City Chamber o f Commerce;. 1:30 processes averaged 2.8 per cent o f died at Emmanuel hospital.
suit cleaned and pressed, I, O,
this screen play revolves around the
to 4:00 p. m., continuation o f read­ the finished product. The market
tf
Drilling at the Trlgonla well for oil, O. F. building.
processes o f English criminal justice.
ing o f committee reports on farm fo r the product, the cost o f raw ma­ near Phoenix, which waa abandoned
One o f the many powerful incidents
The
birthday
luncheon
served
crops, poultry, vegetable growing, terials, labor, taxes and transpor­ months ago for apparent lack of funds
o f the story is the arrest and trial
tation are the controlling factor* in
by the ladies o f the M. E. Church
and club work.
after drilling had gone to a great
fo r murder o f an innocent man.
the selection o f a location fo r an
depth in the last two years, it is now Wednesday noon was well patron­
Betty Compson is the girl; Richard
industry.
said by some ot the promoters will ized.
Dix the man ;Lewis Stone the brother
be resumed.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dodson
and T a lly Marshall has the title role
The joint installation of Rebek-
ahs and Oddfellows was held last
Saturday evening in the I. 0. O.
F. hall with a large crowd in
attendance.
The officers consisting of Dis­
trict Deputy, J. G. Hay man;
Grand Marshall, Hugh Jones;
Grand Warden, Earl Me Connell;
Grand Secretary,
Earl Day;
Grand Treasurer, Wm. Gilgan
installed the following officers in
the I. O. O. F. order; N. G. Oren
Ballou; V. G. , A. G. Ames; Sec.,
J. K. Ely; Treas., J. E. Gates;
War., L. A. Webber; Con., Lloyd
Ewalt; I. S., Calvy Beebe; 0. G.
G. B. Linn; R. S. N. G., Earl
Day; L. S. N. G., Walter Looney
R. G. V, G., Wm. Perry; L. G.
V. G. A rt Perry; R. S. S., J.
Saunders; L. S. S., E. Marshall;
Chap., Wilbur Wade.
The district officers o f the
Rebekahs, District Deputy, Mrs.
Rose Wilcox; Grand Marshall,
Mrs. Elva Ahlberg; Grand War­
den, Mrs. Amy Ely; Grand Sec.,
Mrs. Mae Reed; Grand Treasurer
Mr3. Lloyd Ewalt installed the
following officers in that order
for the ensuing term: N. G. Rhoe
Syron; V. G., Birdie Gilgan; Sec­
retary, Nellie Currin; Treasurer,
Frances Gates; Warden, Florence
Gohring;Conductor, Mabel And­
erson; I, G , Elizabeth Ames; O.
G., Pearl Davidson; R. S. N. G.,
Katherine Jones; L. S. N. G.,
Rose Wilcox; R. S. V. G., Lena
Underwood; L. S. V. G., Mabel
Smith; Chap., Susie Kitching.
The Rebekah lodge presented
jewels to the first six past Noble
Grands who were present. The
ones receiving them at this time
were: M esdam esM ae R e e d ,
Myrtle Belfils, Nellie C u r r i n ,
Mary Eshleman, Clara Hicinbot-
ham and Mary Smith.
A t the close o f the evening’s
ceremonies the members o f both
orders repaired to the dining­
room where a sumptuous banquet
had been spread. G. E. Lawr­
ence acted as toastmaster and
many excellent toasts were given
during the banqueting hour.
drove to Aberdeen, Wash, the
first o f the week and Geo. Doug-
la?4 is substituting as carrier on
Route 1 during Mr. Dodson's
absence.
Full line o f Kalsomine 10c per
December's lumber shipments from pound.
A t Pointer’s.
11-6 tf
Mrs. Larsen and sons, Robert
and Ulysses called at the home
o f Julius Paulsen on Sunday
afternoon.
P H Y S IC IA N A N D SURGEON
Office in Lichthorn Bldg., Estacada,
“ Such an analysis o f
Clackamas
DENTIST
DR. H
L. C
O .D
WILLIAM WALLACE SMITH
Real Estate, Loans, Insurance,
Rentals,
AT
BOOT and SHOE
REPAIR SHOP
A. R. B AH LK E, Estacada
RESIDENT DIES AT HOME
— an old mop man, who sacrifices
hiir.reif rather than see a young
couple v. whom he ia deeply interest­
ed suffer.
Those i i the supporting east in­
clude Robert Scheble, Frank Nelson,
Clc.cacc Burton end Robert Brower.
A. M. Jan risen o f George died
at noon Thursday, Jan. 22.
Service? will be held Saturday
at 11 A. M. at the Gates Chapel
in Estacada with interment in
Riverside Cemetery in Portland.
Friends invited.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Gohring
entertained Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Horeish, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Schmidt and daughter, Peggy of
Portland last Sunday,
It is reported that the emergency
appropriation of $67,500 for the North
Umpqua road had been approved by
the secretary of agriculture. This sum
will complete the road from the forest
boundary to Steamboat, a distance of
about 14 miles.
Mrs. Ed. Allen of Marmot was
an Estacada visitor this week
COOKED FOOD SALE
and attended the Eastern Star Portland to the Atlantic seaboard,
TO GIVE SILVER TEA
Geo. Pointer has recently pur­
which measured 6,398,527 feet, valued
There will be a Silver Tea given meeting, Tuesday right.
at $138,647, brought the aggregate chased the furnishing o f W. F.
The W . C. T. U. will hold a
Public
Library,
Cooke-! Food Sale at the Estacada at the Estacada
Mrs. Earl Gunter and baby movement for the year for those inar Cary that were used in the room­
Saturday, January 24, from 2 to 5
Pharmacy, Saturday, January 31.
are
now living at Camp 8 where gets to 127,512,939 feet, valued at $2, ing house above the People’s
p. m.
E very body is urged to at­
932.101, setting • new mark la the Store,
Mr. Gunter is employed.
tend.
CLACKAMAS
NEWS
$1.5«
YR.
m **
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Leaves
For South
Mr. and Mrs. A lf Drill o f Port­
land will leave Friday for San
Deigo, Calif, for an indefinate
period. Mr. Drill has been in
poor health for sometime and it
is hoped that the change may
prove beneficial to him.
Wednesday evening a number
of p. E. P. men who have long
been associated with Mr. Drill
surprised him by calling and pre­
sented him with a golf club and
a set of golf balls.
GEORGE ITEMS
Charles Jansen from North
Dakota is visiting at the home
o f his father, A. N. Jansen, who
has been sick for sometime.
Mr. and Mrs, P. Ruhl were
calling at the home o f Mr. and
Mrs. G. Zwirnman last Tuesday
afternoon.
Mrs. L. Harders and daughter,
Mrs. E. Koehler o f Portland
spent a few days with their son
and brother. Ed. Harders.
Miss Margaret Dew o f St.
Helens was visiting with her
mother a few days last week.
Mrs. Weisenfluh, Carl Linsand
Frank Howard attended Pomona
Grange at Oswego last Wednes­
day.
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Paulsen
called on Mr. and Mrs. A. N.
Jansen and family Monday after­
noon.