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EASTERN CLACKAMAS NEWS, THURSDAY, SEPT. 17 1925
Eastern Clackamas News
Entered at the postoffice in Estacada,
Oregon, as second-class mail.
Published every Thursday at
ESTACADA PUBLISHING COMPANY,
S u b s c r ip t io n R a t e s
in Internal Medicine for the
past twelve years
DOES NOT OPERATE
THE ESTACADA HOTEL
— FOR TODAY—
Bibi« Thooffht* mMiorlud. will pror* • II
prietiM* herí Uff« in after years.
Remove me from vanity and lies;
give me neither poverty nor riches;
iced me with food convenient for me
— Provrbs 30:8.
Hold on All Italians
The national sport of Italy la the
lottery. It la the popular sport of all
classes. There are many kinds of lot
teries, hut the one which seems to hold
the popular favor la the weekly one.
The charm of thla weekly lottery lies
la the fact that the buyer of a ticket
can piny a hunch. Since all Italians
are superstitious, It Is only natural
that each has a particular "hunch" on
the winning numbers In the lottery.
The eight largest cities In the king
dom are listed and after each city live
numbers appear. Should anyone have
an Idea that Naples would draw 4, 18,
87, 84, 62, It Is simplicity Itself to back
four hunch. You simply wnlk Into an
sgoncy and write your own ticket. The
numbers do not have to be nrranged
Ip the same sentience ns drnwn. For
example. In the case above cited If
the purchaser had selected the num
bers In Inverse order, or In any other
erder be would still win the maximum
There will be a meeting of the
stockholders of the Estacada Pub-
Co., Tuesday, September 22, 1925
at 2 o’clock in tne afternoon for
taking care of same matters of
finance and such other matters!
as may come before the meeting.
This is important.
W. A. Heylman,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given that the un-1
derslgned has been duly appointed
executor of the estate of Ella DuHois,
deceased, and any and all persons
having claims against the said estate
are hereby required to present said
claims, duly verified as by law re
quired, at the office of my attorney, |
Bchucbel & Beattie, within six
months from the date of this notice.
Dated Sept. 14, 1925,
Date of first publication, Sept, 17,1925.
Date of last publication, Oct. 15, 1925. |
Executor of the Estate of
Ella DuBols, Deceased.
SCHUEBEL & BEATTIE,
Attorneys for Executor.
N otice To C reditors
Notice is hereby given that the I
undersigned lias been duly appointed
administrator of the estate of Elli
ott Stewart, deceased, and any and
all persons having claims against the
said estate are hereby required to
present said claims, duly verified as
by law required, at the office of my
attorney, Lurie C. Latourette, with
in six months from the date of this |
Dated August 20, 1925.
Dato of first publication
August 20, 1925
Date of last publication
September 16, 1926.
W. A. HEYLMAN
Administrator of the estate of Elliott
Earie C. Latourette, Oregon City, |
Oregon, Attorney for Adminis
Room« for Rent
Two good clean furnished rooms,
close to school, near Christian church |
THE ESTACADA HOTEL
D o the ESKIMOS HIBERNATE
SIX MONTHS of the YEAR?
Will be at
Wednesday Thursday and Fri
day, October 7, 8 and 9.
I Office Hours: 10 a. m, to 4 p. m.
Three Days Only
No Charge for Consultation
Dr. Mellenthiti Is a regular grsdu-
I ate in medicine and surgery and is li
censed by the state of Oregon, He
does not operate for chronic appendi
citis, gall stones, ulcers of stomach,
| tonsils or adenoids.
He has to his credit wonderful re-
I suits in diseases of the stomach, liver,
[ bowels, blood, skin, nerves, heart,
I kidneys, bladder, bed wetting, catarrh,
weak lungs, rheumatism, sciatica, leg
I ulcers and rectal ailments.
Below are the names of a few of his
| many satisfied patients in Oregon;
J. L. Chambers, Koseberg, headache.
Johi» Wodtli. Waterloo, bladder and
[ prostrate trouble.
Mrs. E. E. Holman, Richland, kid-
| ney trouble,
W. S. Bennett, Oregon City, ulcer
| of the stomach.
R. W. Meyer, Shaniko, heart trouble.
Chas. H. Hoak, La Grande, gall
Mro. M. I. Olsen, Portland, appendi-
Remember adove date, that consulta-
I tion on this trip will be free and that
| his treatment is different.
Married women must be accompanied
ERODOTUS, the ancient geographer and his
| by their husbands.
torian, thought so. W e moderns know better,
Address; 211 Bradbury Bldg., Los
but some of us are still superstitious. For ex
ample, why do some people still believe that there is | Angeles, California.
something mysteriously "better” about “eastern" motor
oils merely because they cost more and are made in
O il Superstition Fast Losing Qround
Zerolene coats less because it’s made In the W est—
but th a t doesn’t make it better; it’s b etter because in
practice it actually lubricates better. That’s why Zero
lene is successfully lubricating m ore cars in the Pacific
Coast states—high priced and low—than any other oil
m a d e.
Zerolene will increase the gasoline mileage, reduce the
carbon removal operations and maintenance costs and
lengthen the life of any car in which it is used.
Made from Selected Naphthenic Crude
Zerolene will do the same for your car. It is made
from selected western naphthenic base crude (the best
crude so far discovered for the manufacture of motor lub
ricants) by our high-vacuum process, checked 15 times
for quality, and specially filtered through 40 tons of
Florida Fuller's Earth to give you an oil that’s absolutely
pure and safe.
W hy pay tribute to a superstition? Insist on Zerolene.
Always ask for ZEROLENE by nam e.
Qet the F atfsl
A series of Independent and Impartial reports show
ing the experience of large users with Zerolene motor
oil has been collected in our booklet, “W hy Pay Tribute
to a Superstition?” Ask any Standard Oil Company rep
resentative or Zerolene dealer for a copy.
Insist on Zerolene—even
if it does cost less
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
C A L I F O R N 1 I A , )
Mr«. F. C, Hammon
L. D. S. SERVICES
The Reorganized Church of Je
SUs Christ of Latter Day Saints
holds Sunday school at 1. O. 0 . F
hall at 10 A. M.
Dinner in our large, well ventilated
dining room. Atmosphere about right
and well cooked meals, properly served.
Where everybody wears a smile, where
you feel the welcome awaiting you—and
the price of the meal is reasonable—
does this not make you realize that Esta
cada needs just such a home hotel as
L o lte rie S
Not “Up" in History
Nearly thirty persons, some of them
college graduates, applied for a certain
position In the Cincinnati pnbllc li
brary, but only eight scored • passing
| mark in the examination.
The Pathfinder’s poetry- machine
and Its relation to poetic licenses must
have been uppermost In the mind for
I the candidate who said that one of
[ the grants of high office bestowed on
a poet laureate was "certain privi
leges called poetic license.”
Another candidate defined Sleepy
I Hollow ns a "hollow In Kentucky that
has become the setting of several
Marco Polo, according to one, “was
I the first man to try and reach the
I North pole.”
"Before the break - with England,
I Henry Clay tittered those Immortnl
words, 'Give me liberty or glvs me
| death,’" wrote another,
Madame Curie was credited with
oelng founder of the Christian Science
I church, "Robinson Crusoe" was said
to have been the Work of Robert
| Louis Stevenson.
The handwriting on the wall, to one
I /oung woman, referred to the last
A yonug mnn said Christ was tried
’efore Ananias. — Pathfinder Mago-
Can’t A ll Be V egetarians
There Is one very good reason why
we cannot all be vegetarians, even If
we would. In the first place there are
not enough vegetables in the world to
feed everybody, and In the second
plnce there Is not enough land on
which to grow vegetables. Meat Is con
centrated vegetable food. Again, we
must have leather, wool, feathers,
horn. Ivory, fur, kid, hides, hair, etc.,
and to get these usually means the
death of the animals. So, we put our
coverings outside, and their flesh In
side. Vegetarianism Is good enough
for poets, artists and preachers, hut
the strenuous, virile, fighting, aggres
sive mnn requires meat.—Beatify,’
You can save money by giving
your order for VETCH now.
We have orders for several
tons and hy ordering we know
just what to buy and can
Sell for Less
C u r r m s v ille S t o r e
E sta ca d a , Ore.
THE ESTACADA MEAT CO.
H, C. GOHRING Prop.
Beef, Mutton, Veal and Hogs Bought
Open from 7 a. m. to 6 p. m
Saturdays, open to 8 p. m
when weighed, and
w ant them the sam e day
they a re picked.
Don’ t pick them on S a tu rd a y , or while wet I
W E STAY OPEN U N TIL 8:30 P. M.
Buy Shell Gasoline and save ope cent a gallon.
Buy Shell Western Oil and save 6c a quart.
Buk a 10 lb sack of sugar at 75c I -
Buy a 25 lb sack of sugar at $ ls76.
Buy a 100 lb sack of sugar at $6.60
Buy BOYS’ SCHOOL SHOES while they last at $1.49 pr.
THESE ARE TO CLOSE OUT
Buy Economy Mixed Feed at $1.66 a sack.
Buy Crown Fishers Blend and White Mountain Flour at
$2.60 a sack. White Star Flour at $2.25 a sack.
J. O. TUNNELL,
O u r New Building
Is Progressing Nicely^. When It Is
Completed We Will Have a
Modern Safe Deposit Vault
We Are Now Taking Reservations
for boxes at
$ 3.00 Per Year
Ä a Ä s rB U IC K ö a w ß fy
areMasters o f the Road
Once you have driven the
75 horsepower, 75-mile-
an-hour Better Buick;
Once you have wheeled
it over some particularly
tough hill—in high g e a r -
gaining speed all the way;
Once you have observed
the way it assum es the
lead in traffic;
Once you have checked
its economical gasoline
consumption against your
Then you will realize fully
that the B e tte r B u ick ,
with Its 75 horsepower
Valve-in-H ead engine«
gives you power—speed—
an d in ex p e n siv e p er
formance like no other
car you have known.
The best way to discover
how very much the Better
Buick has added to the
pleasure of driving is to
drive a Better Buick. We
have one waiting for your
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Division of General Motore Corporation
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