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    E A ST E R N C L A C K A M A S NEWS, TH U RSD AY . J A N U A R Y 22, 1Ô25
STATE LAW-MAKERS
PROMPTLY ORGANIZE
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WHAT A BUDGET
SYSTEM ME/.r:3
R a tif ic a tio n of t h e child
la b o r
a m e n d m e n d to t h e fe d e ra l c o n s t i t u ­
tio n is going to m e e t with s t r o n g op­
position.
F r i e n d s of th e a m e n d m e n t to o k a
poll of t h e h o u se a n d sto p p e d with
Bills Ottered to Abolish Offices 3* , p“ Pha" c
One Must Keep Track of Qi3
registered
L O G A N R ID G E
CH EVRO LET NEW S
Too late for last week.
Friday night of last week the
postponed Christmas program of
the Upper Logan School was render­
ed at the Harding Grange hall. De­
spite the wind and rain there was
a fair attendance. Perhaps u lar­
g e r crowd would have been present
if the arrangements made had not
been unsatisfactory to some in the
d i s tr ic t.
However those present
c ould n o t r e g r e t h e a r i n g t h e pro­
gram
as itwas such a one as to
m a k e even old Santa Happy.
Each number on the program
was well rendered.
Those deserv­
ing special merit were, “The Pan-
tomine,” “The Christmas Secrets’’
and "The Stocking Drill.” Numer­
ous recitations and other numbers
a r e a |] w o r t h y
of
mentiou, but
Evolution of the new Cevrolet,
which made its initial bon' at the
New York Automobile show this
month, was marked by hard, exact­
ing yet interesting labor extend­
ing over a period of more than a
year.
As far back as 1023 automotive
and metallurgical experts started
drawing plans for the new automo­
bile.
Sample cars were made,
containing the forty-odd improve­
ments, including disc clutch, springs,
axles, manifolds, etc., and these were
turned over to selected drivers
working directly under the engineer­
ing staff for the hardest tests hu­
man ingenuity could devise. Every
detail in the new car was forced
to prove itself more than ad­
equate for any demands it might
be called upon to fulfill.
The new semi-elliptic springs un-
derwent harder usage than any car
owner could give them in five years.
Day and n>Bht drivers tore over
b u m p y ro a d s, taking railroad cross-
n
. ,
•"**. r u t s a n d inequalit.es at high
LOCAL B R E V I T I E S
AND N E W S I T E M S
| a g a i n s t it, tw o m o r e t h a n e n o u g h to
Clyde Shock was a Portland visitor
bursements to Get Ahead
of Market Agent and Prohi­ [ d e f e a t ra tif ic a tio n . In t h e s e n a t e th e
last Monday.
p o sitiv e n e g a t i v e s s e n t im e n t w a s not
Financially.
bition Commissioner.
r e g is te r e d so cle arly, a lt h o u g h t h e r e
A. N. Johnson was a Portland
w e re e nough o p e n ly ho stile v o te s to
visitor for several days last week.
By B. C. SAMMONS,
Sulem. W hile ve ry lit t le of Import- j b rin g t h e a m e n d m e n t w ithin one or
C h a i r m a n B udge t D e p a r t m e n t
Upton H. Gibbs was a visitor to
u n i e w a s a c c o m p l i s h e d a s id e from or- I tw o v otes of d e fea t.
O regon N a tiona l T h r i f t Com m ittee
Washougal, Wash., last Thursday.
I anlga tlon d u r i n g t h e first w e e k ’s ses- j A r r a n g e m e n t s h a v e been m a d e for a
sion of th e s t a t e le g isla tu r e , y e t if : jo in t se ss io n of t h e s e n a t e ju d ic i a r y
H ow to get a h e a d financially, ycl
Mac Dale spent the week-end
the c e le r ity w ith which b o th h o u se s c o m m i tt e e and t h e ho u se c o m m i tt e e live d e c e n tl y a n d well. Is doubt le 1
at the home of his family in Es­
o rg a n iz e d is a n in d ic a tio n of t h e m a n ­ on r e so lu tio n s on t h e e v e n in g of J a n ­ t h e m o st a b so r b in g a n d i m p o r ta n t m„
tacada.
t e r c o n f ro n tin g the a v e r a g e p e rso n oi
n e r in which t h e b u s in e s s of t h e s e s ­ u a r y 28, for a public h e a r i n g )n t h "
sion is to be c o n d u c t e d b oth h o u se s bill r a tif y in g t h e child l a b o r a m e n d ­ t h e a v e r a g e family, anti that is Mu
J. C. Duus and J. Steinman drove
s h o u ld h a v e no difficulty in c o m p l e t ­ m e n t to the U n ite d S t a t e s c o n s t i t u ­ s u b j e c t we wish to d isc u ss a nd eu
to Oregon City last week on busi­
d e a v o r to a s s is t in so ilin g .
ing t h e i r l a b o r s w ithin t h e forty-day tio n.
ness.
No disc ussion of t h e su b je c t can b e
i n d ic a ti o n s a r e t h a t t h e e vent will
perio d. O r g a n iz a tio n w a s c o m p le te d
gin or end without m en tio n of th«
w ith o u t t h e fa c tio n a l fi g h ts w hich a t t r a c t to t h e s t a t e h o u se one o f th e
Mrs. Mary Bartholomew of Hepp-
m o an in g of
Thrift. ’ T hrift m oans s pace f o r b i d s . T e a c h e r a n d p upils
h a v e m a r k e d som e p r e v io u s s e ss io n s , j l a r g e s t a s s e m b l a g e s d u r i n g t h e p r e s ­ good m a n a g e m e n t, vigorous g r o w t h ; a ,ike a r e to bc c o m m e n d e d f o r t h e ir
ner is visiting her daughter, Mrs.
so t h e r e will be no t r a il of b i t t e r ­ e n t le g isla tiv e se ssion.
it m e a n s sp e n d in g less t h a n you e a r n ;
.
,
Eva Saling, in Estacada this week.
It m e a n s sa v in g syste inulic ally.
It *roo< w o r
S o m e th i n g sh ould be done t o r e m e d y
n e s s to clog t h e leg isla tiv e w heels.
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(Jus C. M oser of M u ltn o m a h c o u n ty a b u s e s in t h e p a r d o n in g power, p e r ­ do e s n o t m ean th u t one should stop
John Hassel barely averted what
Mrs. Wm. Dale spent a few days
w a s s e le c te d t o p r e s i d e o v e r t h e m i t t e d by th e p r e s e n t law, in t h e o p in ­ s p e n d i n g ; on Ihe c o n tr a r y , it m e a n s
h a v e b e e n a s e r i o u s a c c id e n t
v i s i ti n g a t t h e h o m e of he d a u g h t e r
spe nding, b ut sp e n d i n g wisely and n" K n t n a v e Decn J s e r i o u s a c c id e n t
.
.
s e n a t e a n d D e n to n G. Burdick, r e p r e ­ ion of a larg e n u m b e r of m e m b e r s of th o u g h tf u l l y in s t e a d of care le ssly.
U*t w e ek : O n his w a y in to P o r t -
in G r e s h a m last week.
s e n t a t i v e of D e sc h u tes. J e f f e r s o n , t h e le g isla tu re .
T h e r e is but one re al way to dls- land w ith a t r u c k load o f wood, a sp e e d . T h e d r i v e r s w e r e w o r k i n g
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K l a m a t h a n d I .a k e counties, w a s e le c t ­
c uss t h e question of T h r if t a n d t h a t rim a n d t i r e f r o m a p a s s i n g Esta- “ " d e r o r d e r s to “bust those springs
« a y Lovelace has accepted a po-
Abolish B udge t Commission.
ed s p e a k e r of t h e house. Both p r e s i d ­
is: W h a t will T h r if t do for m e? T he «-„da s t a g e s t r u c k his f r o n t w heel, i f y » u c a a -’’
8,tlon w l t h T ’
M o r t o n a s d e li v e r y -
A b o lish m e n t of t h e s t a t e budget
ing office rs w e re n a m e d w ith o u t op­ c o m m issio n a s now c o n s t i t u t e d and
p e r s o n a l e q u a tio n is all t h e r e is to the f o r c e n e a r l y t h r o w i n g the t r u c k
The new axles, front and rear, man.
position.
T h r if t -d e cid e w h a t you w ant a n d II ¡n to tb e jiteth.
Q uick a c t i o n o f t h e w e r e s u b j e c t e d
t o s i m i l a r tr ia l s .
t r a n s f e r e n c e of t h e d u t ie s of t h a t d<
Clarence Hull is driving a Ford
A lthough t h e r e w a s an u n d e r c u r r e n t p a r t m e n t to the s t a t e b o a r d of con 1 T“ U w ant it badly e nough and a re will b r a k e p r e v e n t e d any s e r i o u a troudle. E v e r y strain expert drivers could
^
Sun(]ay
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t h i n k o f wag p l a c e d o n t h e a x le g , which he recently purchased of the
of opinio n w h e n t h e l e g i s l a tu r e a s irol w ith a full tim e e x e c u tiv e s e c r e ­ l ng to nay t h e p rice you probably can
Cooke Motor Company.
s e m b le d t h a t t h e r e would be no c o n ­ t a r y is r e c o m m e n d e d by th e budget,
T h a t are yo u r w a n t s ?
Do you «»"day was well attended and a which had already withstood severe
t e n e d e f fo r t to a t t a c k th e a d m i n i s t r a ­ c o m m i s s i o n in i ts r e p o r t to t h e s t a te
w ant a h o m e and p e a c e and content- v e r y helpful lesson was studied.
laboratory tests, Stresses that ordi-
Dave Eshelman returned to work
tion of G o v e r n o r Pierce, y e t w ith in an le g isla tu r e .
m ent, a few flowers, a bit of gre en
Mrs. J. Arnold was entertaining nary driving never would cause Monday after being on the sick list
h o u r a f te r th e jo in t se ss io n before
T h e b u dge t co m m issio n b e lie v es lawn, p e r h a p s som e fruit anil vege Mrs. P a u l o f Portland, whose osn Ed. were laced on the new channel steel fOJ. some time.
frame and its five sturdy cross mem-
w hich th e g o v e r n o r had d e liv e re d his I , h a t th e p r e g e n t b u dge t law is inade l tab le s, t h e d a n c in g fire light from the ¡s a t t e n d i n g school h e r e ,
m essage
d isso lv e d
bills
a p p e a r e d q (iuate
to m eet m
glo w in g e m b e r s of th e f irep lac e ? Do
Miss D o r o t h y B e nson w a s ber8’
home
_
Miss Nova Smith of Oak Grove
u a le to
t h ee
e t n t e h e e d s n e of e d t s h e of s l t a h t e e s t a t e i
which a tt a c k e d pet p r o je c ts of t h e gov- in
ln produc
p ro d u c ing
in g a a s satisfactory
budget and
a n d >1'" WBn,l , h e ,hlr i" ° \ c u U ' * f , 1,0,1"j f r o m t h e O r e g o n C ity h ig h sc hool
In fact every detail that is incor- spent the week-end at the home of
a t is f a c to r y budget
c o u p o n s; do von d e s i r e to cash in te r e s t
e r n o r.
S e n a t o r s R l tn e r a n d T a y l o r b b e e lie
lie v v e e s s t h t h a a t t t h t h e e e e s s t a t a b b l i l s i s h h m m e e n n t t of or n « c “ u P“ " M- '
•v ” ,1' | ' ' s r ' .
''..l.'T.'.. o v e r S u n d a y .
Her
c o u sin
f r o m porated into the new Chevrolet was Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Ahlberg.
or dividend clieeks, or do you p refer
. . .
s p o n s o r e d a m e a s u r e ab o lish in g t h e of- full-time budget d e p a r t m e n t onl • " ill to sp e n d a s you e « ,i (, jazzing a long t b e r c a c c o m p a n i e d her.
tested, improved and retested until
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flco of s t a t e m a r k e t a g e n t a n d R e p r e ­ b r i n g about t h e d e s i r e d re su lts .
it
scored
100
per
cent
before
it
George
Pointer
was painting a
life's h i g h w a y ? T h e decision m ust it;,
D. A p p l i n g is driving the Pathe
s e n t a t i v e N o r t h In tro d u ce d in th e
was adopted. In this way it was sign on the front of the Bob Cooke
C u r b in g of t h e p r e s e n t p r o m is c u o u s m ade. T h e T hrift way, you sa y ? Very c r e a m |r q c k .
hi use a bill doing a w a y w ith t h e sa m e s y s te m of s a l a r y a d j u s t m e n t s la also w rll th en , let ns give heed t o a few
R e p o r t has it t h a t
k«gpn
wqs P°ssitye fo r thp Chevrolet company Motor Company’s garage the first
office ami a ls o t h a t of th e pro h ib itio n c o n te m p la te d by th e r e p o rt in a r e c ­ s im p le w orth while su g ge stions.
also visited by a n “ u n w e lc o m p vis-
f?0 in to quantity production at of this week.
T h e first of tb.MO is to k e ep (park ¡to r ,"
ci m m is s io n e r . In his m e s s a g e t h e gov­ o m m e n d a ti o n th a t all fees c olle cted by
once, secure in the knowledge that
J o n „ C r o m e r |» r e p o r t e d as «uf. it» new line would more than meet
Mr, and Mr», Theo Ahlberg and
e r n o r v igorously d e fe n d e d M a r k e t (he va rious s l a t e d e p a r t m e n t s be of all d i s b u r s e m e n t s . In o t h e r words,
A g e n t C. E. Silence a n d his d e p a r t ­ t h r o w n in to t h e g e n e r a l fund a n d di­ follow a budget plan. T h r o u g h that fering from rheumatism.
any requirement» car owners would and 8on Ted, Jr„vislted with Mrs,
find o ut If you a r e w a s tin g m o n e y ; If
m e n t a n d he a ls o p ra is ed t h e w ork Of r e c t a p p r o p r i a ti o n s m a d e from that
place on it.—From ChevroletMotor AhlberB’s mother last Sunday In
so. st o p th e leak.
"
Company.
Currinsville,
P r o h ib itio n C o m m i s s io n e r C lea ver.
fund for t h e a d m i n i s t r a t i o n of tlie d e ­
T h e c o n cluding th o u g h t I wish to L O G A N B E R R Y T O T H E R E S C U E
le a v e is t h a t T h r if t is not easy. It
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May R e s t r ic t A ppointive P o w er.
partm ents.
Miss Vernice Cramer, who has
is h a r d work to s a v e u n les s you ha v e High Io d in e C o n t e n t Makes It a
P o r t e n t s of s t r i f e ove r n orm al
T h e c o n tr o v e r s i e s t h a t h a v e been
been visiting In Tacoma since the
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holidays returned to her home here
you would gpt a h ea d . d s (iji|e upon th e
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fish a n d g a m e c o m m issio n s for s e v ­ h a s one norm al, located at M onm outh,
Miss Edythe Peters snd Mrs. last Sunday* evening.
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eral m o n th s p a st m a y c u lm i n a t e in a n d t h i s I n s titu tio n d e sires a s u b s t a n ­
p s, day, just the sam e a s .bough ii Edit
prggpnjan)— G o i t e r can be K. B. Gibson were calling on
a n effort to d iv e s t t h e g o v e r n o r of th e tial sum for e n la r g e m e n t and Im p ro v e ­ wore any o t h e r bill which must be
Sam Loug of Springwater suffered
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Mrs. Paddison and Miss Naomi
a p p o in t i v e p o w e r o v e r th e tw o c o m ­ m e n ts. T h e r e Is also a d e m a n d for Ihe paid. F ollow ing th is plan for a few CUrP<1
a paraletic stroke the early part of
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L L p H n o crln v » „ . n
ous p r o d u t s , a c c o r d i n g to an article “ «tudison mat W ednesday even*
m is s io n s a n d t h e P o r t of P o r tla n d , c r e a tio n of o t h e r n orm als, one In j mon(hB w| | | go f |x th e babil th a t I lie
the week but 1 » reported to be rest­
s o u t h e r n Oregon a n d one in e a s te r n j p | an m a y bo m a d e effective w ithout b >’ Dr. Woods Hutchinson
in the ing.
ing well at this time.
and placing it in t h e leg isla tu re .
3 issue o f the Saturday
T h e r e Is m u c h s e n t im e n t In both Oregon. Self-Interest will su pply the i n c o n v e n ie n c e a n d with splendid re- J a n u a r y
Mrs. Paddison is on the sick
suits.
T h rift means frugality, econ- Evening Post,
The Cascade Motor Company sold
h o u s e s a g a in s t plac ing th e a p p o in tiv e fric tio n which will come over th es e
list.
tuny,
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will-
The
humble
loganberry
is
com­
the first 1925 Chevrolet touring
p o w e r In t h e l e g i s l a tu r e on th e gro u n d m a t t e r s .
ing to "pi, y the p r i c e ’’ by p rac Ic! ig ¡nK to the rescue of those afflicted
Kay Woodle With the help of car which arrived last week, to R.
Road Bills to be N u m e r o u s
t h a t It c o n s t i t u t e s a n I nva sion of th e
f r u g a l i t y and econom y, tind
H i g h w a y leg isla tio n will be volum-
p r e r o g a t iv e s of t h e executive. In o t h e r
he rewards of saving.... 1 invoking""
)? ¡l1 DoU? lass «"d Will Asp, and G. Marchbank of this city.
cordiqg fp
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r
Dr.
Hutchinson the hjs g0n Leslie has started the
w o r d s it Is c o n te n d e d (h a t It ro n stl- tnous. T h e r e will be bills to Increase
James A. Marchbank of Hood
w hole
p r o b le m ef prnter r Sso}v?s huildine of the Dlavshed
t u t e s a n e n c r o a c h m e n t of Ihe legisla-1 th e ta x on gasoline. Bills to re d u ce
its e l f Into
i n to the
t h e questlonTf
q u e s t io n of the'pres-
the
pres-
l ll e P l a PI
y S ^ n e a - P13? 8^ ’ River recently p u r e l y q fheyrg-
PROMINENT
MEN
itself
nM,1Q,,1£
t u r e upon t h e e x e c u tiv e a n d a dm lnis- j th e m o to r vehicle license fees; bills
PRliMOTE THRIFT ence or abseace of iodine in our
Miss Naomi Paddison, Fred let touring car from the Cascade
t r a t i v e field.
for p e r m a n e n t f r a n c h is e s for bus
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thyroids.
There
is
abundant
con-
Paddison,
Geo. Smith and Bob Motor Company,
Much of th e g o v e r n o r ’s m e s s a g e line s: bills r e g u l a t i n g h e a d l i g h ts ; bills
J’ro m in e n t O re gon m en a r e taking a vincing proof, not only from all Cahill motored to Oswego last
vr „ . .
!
d e a l t w ith ta x a t io n problem s. H e ad for h a v in g th e s t a t e police Ihe high-
over the United States, but from «¡-.jopHav pv^nincr fo
Kobert Cooke returned to
vo c ated a re p ea l of th e m ttlagc high 1 w ays a n d p ro h ib it "speed t r a p s ” in keen i n te r e s t in p r o m o tin g thrift we,
January 17-23. sp o n s o r e d liv the Or< almost allover the world, that goi-
. , ,
ber bome ,n Estacada last Sunday
w a y tax. e n a c t m e n t of leg isla tio n pro-! sm a ll t o w n s ; bills to a m e n d th e s t a te
gon Bankers’ association. |h e y. M. ter is mpst intimately associated mascluerac’e ball at the OsweRO after spending several weeks in
viillng for a s e v e r a n c e t a x ; s u g g e a te d m a r k e t road law so t h a t c o u n tie s can
C. A. and 48 national anil local or with j^ rw> (,j ¡„dints' in pur fpod Qran£e hall. They reported a tbe Go°d Samaritan hospital.
a t a x upon c e r t a i n fo rm s of a m use- use th es e fu n d s for m a t c h in g s t a te and
m e n t e n t e r p r i s e s , a n d urged t h a t all federal road money, a n d fully a score "save and have” plan. A strong com ‘
.
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‘ er’
no balmily
an(j
yyg,.- and
m o n e y s c o lle cted by s t a t e commit- I of o t h e r h ig h w a y m easures.
T h e i r ntlttee Is hunilllng the Portland cam c use
y. 1 ’ ' »" the question Is.
Boh Cahill le ft the first Of the daughter, Alta, of Clatskanle were
slo n s be t u r n e d Into t h e s t a t e trea s- j tiarne will be legion,
raign and the following are committee-
week for Astoria w here he ex . visitor, at the C. F. Howe J m e
iodine, how can we make good this
m en o u tsid e of P o r t l a n d :
ury.
|
A m e a s u r e will a u th o r i z e the high
T h u r s d a y a n d F r i d a y o f t h is w e ek .
UPPER EAGLE CREEK
of
A plea for a d d it i o n a l s a f e g u a r d i n g
th e i r r e d u c ib le school fund w a .
m ade,
ns
was
the
reco m m e n d .ttp n
Back
in Rochester, N.
u
J. W. Maloney, Pendleton: Paul Wal deficiency?
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t h e 4 pe r c ent c o n s t it u t io n a l lim it., U c e S a l e m ; J . C. M cShane. H u h l m r d . Y..
T h e co m m issio n
has such an
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becom ing ala rm e d
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Mr. and Mr*. Will Douglass
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tlint t h e s t a t e I n d u stria l I n s u r a n c e t h o r l t j pow but w a n t s It m ad e m ore f p e a ^ T h e i , a i|oa; E lm e r W illiam i n £ 'd rin k in g w a t e r ' t o ' ^ ' t h e
L)ick UibSO H, S a t u r d a y e v e n i n g , t e r n o o n .
While here he was look­
entire
p la n be m a d e c o m p u lso ry in all specific. Ttiv (w vprnor « n u t s to r e ­ se n, Albany, c a s h ie r Albany S t a te
ing after property interests which
city,
with
very
gratifying
results.
Little
Quintin
Douglass
is
on
is
h a z a r d o u s o c c u p a ti o n s .
| P*’1*! Ihe ’ * - ni 111 ro a d tax situ l it e r
h a n k ; F. E. B ennett, E n te r p r is e , s u p e r
he still own, in this city.
schools; II. --------
K. Coolidge.
In 0re8:on. however, this is unneces- the sick list but is improving.
b i t g u d c n u - ' f ------------
N eed of a r e f o r m a t o r y for y o u n g e r j - a bill to h a v e th is tax devote d to buy- 1 .............
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tirisim or* now- in t h e o e n ite n tin r « «-,« ll,a p a r k s and scenic po in ts on s t a t e 1 La G ra n d e , cashing 1.» G r a n d e Nation- s a r >'- as t h e r e is a m u c h p l e a s a n t e r
Mrs. - p Akers
accompanied
Miss
Miss Irene Saling returned to her
P e n i te n t ia r y * “ •!
al b a n k ; (’lias. H. Miller. O ntario, sup- " a y o f a b s o r b i n g sufficient
iodin e
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f „
h lso Stressed
home here from Corvallis, where
L e g l . l . t i v . B revities.
; orint, n.lcnt of sc h ools; F re d Fox. t o p r e v e n t a n d c u r e t h i , disease.
N a ° m ‘ P a d d l 8 0 n t o Eliacada On
In c o m e T e a Repeal R e gretted.
D r Hutcinson ' s ^ i ' f h ^ f ^ i u . S -tu rd ay.
g t h“d ^ v e ^ u p 'h e ^ w o r 'k ^ t h i.
S<>nat«r Johnson ofTen'ton tn.ro | Un*-B «Hsl.«ant ^shi..r
T h e g o v e r n o r e x p r e s s e d r e g r e t at
duccd a bill p r o v ld lu g th at the date s
Ihe r e p e a l of t h e Income t a x law.
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A c , e a r C r e e k C r e a ? e r y rt t t i m e d u c ^
^
for p a v in g taxe s in Oregon be c hange d F:ill«. cashier American National
P 1 ' ^>€r resen tative WftS (fl thi* ntflyhbQT-
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a n d urged upon t h e le g isla to r * the
from April 5 to May f>.
b a n k : O. R. Campbell, Medford, prin
r all
5 n !' thKe h,lfhest "ot: h ho °d on Monday asking the
not ^ ^ t * t h e tractor school,
w isdom of p a ssin g som e o t h e r sim ila r
, .
, “ ?
l ‘,r Friday, January 23 at the Coota
W ith 16 s e n a to r s s u p p o r tin g it on a j clpal. high s c h o o l; Roy K Huchkott of all, lt.5 part*, being scored by
law t o equalize t h e t a x burde n, re coin
Company’s
A,1
r i s i n g vote, t h e s e n a te went on re c o r d : G r a n t , P a s s , c a s h ie r First Nation;:’ loganberries. In other words, the P«H>I* to .en d their cream to the Motor
m e n d i n g as Its m odel t h e S o u t h C a r o ­
ns fa v o rin g th e le a s i n g of M u s cle ' b a n k ; A A. S c h r a m m Corvallis, cash loganberry contain, more iodine Llear Creek Creamery instead o f tractor owners and interested por-
lina law w hich p ro v id es t h a t e v e r y
S h o a ls a s a g a in st Its o p e r a tio n us a ler C orvallis S t a te b a n k ; .1 Montgom than any other known food. So let the Oregon City Creamery. Kay »ons are asked to attend
t a x p a y e r sha ll pay In s t a t e Income
ary. M arshfield, pri .-si,lent Bank of us drink more loganberry juice and Woodle ha* taken the contract
.
“
g o v e r n m e n t project.
S o u t h w e s t e r n Oregon n l nj J^ Kim eat more loganberry pie, for this is »n ul n t *u„ /»PPam
levy o n e th ir d th e s u m he pays un d e r
In “ letter to her aunt, Mrs. A.
B ecause of th e m a n y e r r o r s t h a t |
he r c o r re s p o n d i n g
tb e fe dera l Incom e tax.
lr ' t h e grub that makes the goiter fly.
Ssm»*
\«;=. Johanna
i
Sagner, Miss
Lichthorn
ha v e been discovered In l n « s e nac te d county V VI C. A , Sl S ’ a r ’em. r' Oregon:
As a n e x a m p le of how e as ily much-
Therefore let us spread the good
who is vositing in O a k l a n d . Califor­
at p re v io u s session* of Ihe le g i s l a tu r e I P e r c y p. Canfield. O regon City. Han!:
n e e d e d leg isla tio n can be passed, both t h e s e n a te t h is y e a r ha s employed nn
nia, at this time reports that she is
of O re g o n City; ('. E. K n ic k e r b o c k e r new», hh V «nly in Oregpn. bpt to
b o u s e s took ho u se bill .12 and m a d e it expert proof r e a d e r to pass on all bills!
a s s i s t a n t e r sh ie c . McMinnville, Ore ; o u r e a s t e r n friends, and thus help
a law w ithin a very few m in u t e s afte r before th e y a r e engrossed
r - e January
ot «ha Z Z t Z Z f f L ’Z Z *
N K. G e art. p re sid en t Hank of Cottagi to conquer this disease and also ad­
it w r s i n tro d u c ed . T h e bill ga v e the
vertise that finest of and m o s t delect- Clackamas County P o m o n a
A s t r i n g e n t r e g u la tio n of country Grove.
n e c e s s a r y a u t h o r i t y for tb e s t a t e te d a n ce h a lls would he enforced u n d e r a I
aide of fruits, the l o g a n b e r r y .
At the present time water rent
Grange was held with Oswego
pay s e n a t o r s a n d r e p r e s e n t a t i v e s llioir house bill In tro d u ce d by Sw an of L inn
H. G. FUNK
Grange No. 175 with an attend­ may be paid at the J. K. Ely »tore.
MAKE
LIFE
SUCCESSFUL
p e r d ie m and m ile a g e a llo w a n c e s as county.
The new recorder. Wm. Dale has
ance of over 200.
BY PRACTICING THRIFT
well a s m ee t o t h e r e x p e n s e s of the
not yet secured an office for this
T h r e e full pardons, eight reprieve* i
Good reports were heard from purpose but hopes to do so by the
session, t h e « a m of 125.000 being vot
17 c o m m u t a t i o n s of s e n t e n c e and 84 j
Py p r a c tic in g thrift, th e a v e r a g e per
the
ed
su b o rd in a te
Granges and first of next month. He can be Io-
co n d itio n al p a r d o n s w ere g r a n te d to
A s e n a t e r e s o l u ti o n calling for an p. rson* convicted of felonies In Oregon •on m ay m a k e th e i r life m ore ,uc-
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lankin two resolutions, one on the book- cated at his residence in thi, city
In v e stig a tio n of S t a t e
P r o hibition by G o v e rn o r Pie rce d u r i n g th* first
IT S ,
have «one to Monument. Oregon keepinK and accounting system. « “"y « - •
D ir e c to r C l e a v e r ’s d e p a r t m e n t wa* to.- ' c a r * of his a d m i n i s t r a t i o n
Thi? a c a m p a ig n of eduention f e a t u r e « Yvtr a t#w weeks visit with their and one on the Tsx Assessment
p r o m p tly a d o p te d by t h e house.
«.is set out tn a re p o rt s u b m itte d t o ! th r if t f u n d a m e n ta l s will be put
m V d dUUKht7 ’
L The>
' bv anb Land Reprisal bill were en- Sagner and Bus MaUon report th*
T h e c o m m i tt e e t h a t will InvestIgutc th* leg lsla tu r*
t h e Oregon B a n k e r s a ssoc iation
48 a'i;o
A j'v’port com?* from dorsed by the Grange.
saI« of «n eight tube Super Hetero-
G e orge L. C l e a v e r ’s a d m i n i s t r a t i o n ol
S e n a to r Srra y*r h a s p re sen te d * Mil th e Y M. C. A . co-opera ting w ith
...........
th e e la t e pro h ib itio n d e p a r t m e n t will w hich v o Id a u th o r i z e countie s to ar ! w h , ,r na tio n a l and local org sn iz tti, n».
n. there Of
of quite a a bit of »now.
snow.
brother 0 T Dickinson ot dyn* *** 10 Tom Wi"dow of p0-t-
c o m p r i s e ten m em b e r* , five from th* p l r m a r k e t roa d f u n d s to
ro a d ,'
* " * “ » Uriijam in F r . u k -
M r , j ^ n R a ri(!o | p h h „
^
0 d W e g o 0 n i n g e v e r y i m p r e s s i v e - i " d d ; t m 5 l ^ yf o u ^ u i d
ho u se e nd five from t h e s e n a te
hst •,«,* 1
\
"* '*
’’
Making s family or p-rsonal budget entei tam ing c o m p a n y f r o m iy installed the officers for
T h e h o u se c o m m i tt e e will he R ush
the ed in the Frank Moore home in E»-
highway», but which a re r alt, m a r k e t „ ^ r h . p ,
...
,r , » nt , h i r « S e a t t l e , W a s h ,
a siste r-in -law e n s u in g te rm o f tw o y e a rs
tacada.
light. I l u r lb u r t . l.one rg*n. S w an and r-.v ls
It is the , . m * m e a su r e he in l0 do ,h n r - . - r t
u
a r ) d l h | ,.c
d<
e n s u i n g t e r m Of t w o y e a r * .
F l t r m s u r lc e , and t h e c o m m i tt e e Is G a r
;
1 ,ru 1 ’
Beautiiul memorial •ervicea
land. Ed iy. Butle r J o h n s o n a n d H a re
f r a t e d It because R t r a y e r w ou ld n ’t su p s will, in v e s tin g in <;«f «••«•uriti. s.
Bal>e White and family have for Sister C. E. Spence and for
;«." ra Manvill» 0f Port-
T h e i n v e s ti g a ti n g c o m m i tt e e will l>ort « to u ris t a p p r o p r i a ti o n
payin g bills p rom ptly, s ’la r t a * w i'h g o n e
rtne to Kings Valley for a visit brother K. B. Wilmot were held b.b> daughter.
h a v e w ide powers.
It m ay su h p e n a
S e n a to r tCddv Is a u t h o r of two school Others, w orking ami «mr-ing. h a r i n g
«»•»,;, • ..
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I.
Tuesday.
13, a at t th
the
«"H of c a r r y in g li e
M r * . . . h l t e a parents, M r . Ill t h e a f t e r n o o n .
. « „ « m y . a January
. n u a r y 13,
* Wil-
w i t n e s s e s and t a k e t h e i r tes tim o n y bills t h a t also m ay get w arm re, p » b« " k
«Mrs. W h i t f i e l d .
E l e v e n c a n d i d a t e s w e r e g i v e n c o * M e m o r ia l h o s p i t a l .
M rs M an-
u n d e r o a th a n d m a y hold h e a r in g s tlo n s One specifics c e r t a i n Binds men , a *“ f * n r * will be s i r e * , « ! d uring th«
week
w h e r e v e r It d e sir e s , th o u g h m ost ot tal subject* for the h igh srhooi c u r r ,
The Potter s a w m i l l w i l l s t a r t t h e d e g r e e of Pomona a n d a n J
*“
Mi88 G r a c e D e n n y o f t h is
t h e m a r e e x p e c te d to be In Salem
:u lu m a n d the o t h e r provide* for t h , \
T~
. . u p so o n w h u h w ill b e a g r e a t i m p r o m p t p r o g r a m w a s p u t o n
^ f o r e b* r n , a r r i a g * .
T
h
e
d
iffere
n
ce
he*rs-en
t
h
e
clerk
E a r l y actio n will be t a k e n so th at e s ta b lis h m e n t of j u n i o r colleges lr
w ho spend* and th e clerk who save# h e p to s, m e ot th e m en who Py th e e n te r!« ,m n g G ra n g e
-n
Mr». Myrtle Belfil* of Portland
t h e findings a n d r e c o m m e n d a ti o n s ot high school d l c r l r t a If th e pcopl* ot
p a rt of II. tn ten y e a r s it Ihe differ
wa* . visitor in Estacada last Sat-
Tb* school, e n ee b e tw e e n t h e o w n e r of a b usine ss h av e been o u t o f work all w in te r l he ev en in g .
t h e c o m m i tt e e m a y be file» with th« th e d i s t r i c t so elect.
Wm Fink *n» # . « . „
^
.
“ fday-
s h e cam*
to a tte n d
the
.e g t a l a tu r e well a h e a d of t h e flna: would o ffer tw o y e a r s of college work Sad the m a n out of a jo S .
m. F . " k a n d f . - u ,
m .taU atio n o f R e bekah, a
Bargains - Good wali p iper 25c . w „_
j
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nd
folio « I n s the school course.
week.
Hold Pomona Grange
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