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EASTERN CLACKAMAS NEWS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER
Eastern Clackamas News
ENGLAND OX BRINK OF REVOLU
TION, SAYS TROTSKY.
filtered at the postoffice in Estacada,
Oregon, as second-class mail.
Published every Thursday at
RsTACADA p u b l is h in g c o m p a n y ,
S u b s c r ip t io n
THE ESTACADA HOTEL
ELECTRIC POWER OUTPUT IN
OREGON SHOWS GAINS.
Production of electric power hy
public utility power plants in Oregon
Is on a steady upward trend, accord
ing to the most recent data prepared
and Issued by the United States Geo
Figures covering the comparative
operations for the months of June and ;
July In this state show that the pro
duction for June, 1925, was 10 per cent
above that for the game month last
year, and that July, 1925, was 11 per
cent ahead of July, 1924.
Another Interesting fact brought
out In the same report 1* that the
public utility plants of Oregon pro
duce approximately two and one-half
times as much energy by the use of
wood ns fuel as do all the other states
In the Union put together.
The figures for May, June and July
of this year show that Oregon plants
produced a total of 15,647,000 kilo
watt hours from this type of fuel,
while all the other states In the
United States combined produced only
6,562,000 kilowatt hours from wood
fuel In the same period.
The bulk of this production, with
wood as fuel (refuse from sawmills).
Is In the Portland district where the
largest fuel-burning plants In the
state are operated by the Portland
Electric Power Company and the
Northwestern Electric Company.
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
THE ESTACADA HOTEL
JE R SE Y
MILK AND CREAM
GEORGE LAWRENCE & SON.
Phone No, 37-3
The only milk sold in Estacada from Federal
accredited Tuberculin free cows.
THE ESTACADA MEAT CO.
H. C. GOHRING Prop.
KEEP THE FLAG OX THE OCEAN.
One significant and satisfactory con
dition which has not yet sufficiently
Impressed the American public Is the
change In Uncle Sam's shipping status
during the past two decades. Twenty
years ngo when a citizen of the United
States wanted to go abroad he had to
travel under foreign flags. Today he
Mn go under the American flag In
great steamers of which every citizen
of the United States should feel proud.
The change, which Is little short of
marvelous was, of course, brought
about by the conditions arising dur
ing the world war. A’cars ago Sen
ator Mark Hanna sought to build up
through a subsidy, which would have
co t the people about seven million
dollars a ye nr. The sum looked big
then and there was tremendous opp»
* It ion, opposition to great that cv
th" astute and far-seeing senator fi hi
Oli'o was unable to overc me it.
The subsidy proposal d>d an
America went Its way si. ;>' s. tic
pending on foreign digs. Then w
w ip plunged Into Hie wo-ld war, sad
!y lacking a merchant mirine. I: w :
ureearoiy Immediately to build on
and the prophecies of Mark H in.: ■
uttered almost a generation before
suddenly became true.
But this time It was not a task cost
ing a paltry seven millions a year.
Huge sums had to he expended, and
our Inck of national foresight cost us
between two and three billions of dol
■at that is now all water over the
wheel. We have a tine merchant m ■
l ine, i.o m liter what it cost, and \v
ought to keep It. It enhances ou
prosperity in days of peace and w.,
he our safeguard in case of war. F
cry good American everywhere will
resent any and all effort.;, usually in
spired by foreign shipping Interests,
which tend to tear down our merchant
Beef, Mutton, Veal and
You Can Save
You can save money by giving
your order for VETCH now.
We have orders for several
ton* and by ordering we know
Juat what to buy and can
Sell for Less
and LA W RENC E
Open from 7 a. m. to 6 p. m.- Saturdays, open to 8
Washington, D. C., September---- 1
In a book just published written by
Leon Trotsky, the Russian dictator
(li’clsres that Great Britain Is on the
brink of a revolution. The country,
lie sr.ys, hag reached the stage of dis
integration, and he blames the result
on to America and not Russia, because
America has now become the leading J
capitalistic nation of the world.
Trotsky's wish is probably to the I
father to his thought, but It Is admit-1
ted that there is a great deal of so
cial unrest among Britain’s workers, I
and this was Increased rather than
.dispelled by the results of the recent |
labor conference at Scarborough.
Trotsky's blaming this on to Am-1
erica is of course fanciful, as the
Russian Reds have been doubly busy |
in England since that country recog
nized tl e soviet government of Russia I
■ Ml tha danger in Great Britain is
ecnernlly recognized as having come |
from communistic sources.
Trotsky admits that the United I
State: i* not leaning so much to com
munis nt as the European nations, but |
he has hopes.
America does not stand in the front
rank, say3 Trotsky; the American |
bourgeolse will still enjoy the privil
ege of witnessing the destruction of I
its older European sister. But the in
evitable hour will strike for Ameri
can capital also; the American oil
and steel magnates, trust and export
leaders, the multi-millionaires of New
York, Chicago and San Francisco are
their pre-destined revolutionary func
tion. And the American proletariat |
will ultimately discharge theirs.”
Trotsky’s book, It is pointed out I
here, will not create any favorable
sentiment for the recognition of Red I
Russia by the United States gov«m -
is A P E A C O C K
ashamed of HIS L E G S ?
not, why, when he looks at Ms leg«, does be
Iwaya lower hit tail? Medieval nature-fakers pus-
led over this and other entertaining superstition«.
iy we know better, and we are fast getting away
from ether popular superstitions, as, for instance, that
there is something mysteriously "better” about‘‘eaatem*
motor oOs merely because they coat more and are made
ka the east
Superstition* Pass—die Facts Provo
Zcrolenc '* Superiority
Aa a matter of fret, there is no better motor oil than
terolene, which is produced right here on the Pacific
Coast from selected western naphthenic base crude,
refined by this Company's patented high-vacuum proo*
ess, and submitted to 15 positive checks for quality,
Experienced Automobile Men Disregard
Experienced automobile men pay no tribute to super
stition — they gauge a lubricant not by price or where
it comet from—but by car performance and low main*
tenanee coats. Zerplene is not only successfully lubri
cating m ore cars in the Pacific Coast states than any
other oil m a d e /—it is used and recommended by auto
mobile agencies and big users of such celebrated makes
as Cadillac , Chrysler, Dodge, Lincoln, Packard, Pierce*
Arrow, who know that true motor oil economy ia not a
matter ot price per quart, but what the lubricant does.
Less C arbon-M ore Power
Zerolene will improve the gasoline mileage, reduce
carbon removal Operations and lengthen the life of youf
Car. W hy pay tribute to a superstition? Insist on ¿era*
fans—«ah for k by nam e.
Qet the Fads I
Vera fciore of Looking Glass and
Wendell Smith of Klamath Falls re
ceived grades of 100 per cent In ex
aminations having to do with the Old
Testament, while Wlnton Erickson oi
Oregon City scored 100* per cent on
the New Testament, according to a
report prepared by J. A. Churchill,
state superintendent of public In
struction. The examinations were
held in connection with Bible study In
the high schools, for which th* stu
dents receive credits for graduation.
A series of independent and impartial reports s h o w
big the experience of large users with Zerolene motor
oil has been collected in our booklet, “ W h y 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 COM PANY
t C A L IF O R N IA )
Jbr Economical Transportation
f ZER0LE:NE ]
Another concrete building is
under con«¡deration fo r Main
l. o. b.
Chevrolet introduces a new on e-ton truck, built
according to the fundamental policy o f this com
pany to provide "Quality at Low C ost” .
The Chevrolet chassis
may be fitted with a
wide variety o f bodies,
Suitable for any Indus*
try, i n c l u d i n g s uc h
stvlesof bodies as Panel
Delivery. Stake. Open
Express, Canopy Ex-
». Bus, Dump and
Large 30* x 5* tires on
front wheels only *35
extra. See us today re*
garding a style o f truck
to fit your particular
It has a fine appearance and Is specially designed and
constructed for commercial service. Its deer 6-inch
channel steel frame, hung low to the ground on long
semi-elliptic springs, allows the platforms to be placed
at the right height for easy loading and unloading.
The powerful Chevrolet m otor is famous for its ahil-
ity to stand up under heavy service. It has well
balanced crankshaft thoroughly lubricated, standard
3-speed transmission, fully enclosed dry-plate disc
clutch, extra heavy rear axle with large spiral bevel
driving gears and rigid one-piece pressed steel hous
ing. heavy truck-type wheels and large tires, full
running hoards and fenders, Remv generator, starter
and distributor ignition, and other quality features.
This truck is not only well adapted to city work hut
also for use in hilly country and over difficult roads.
Is Progressing Nicely'. When It Is
Completed We Will Have a
Safe Deposil Vault
W e Are Now Taking Reservations
for boxes at
$3.00 Per Year
For lighter loads there is a Chevrolet commcrcia
Vl ton chassis possessing the same quality feature,
price $425 f. o. b. Flint, Michigan.
Cascade Motor Co.
QUALITY AT LOW COST
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