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FAG E TWO
C LA C K A M A S
THURSDAY, O C T O B E R
fcastern Clackamas News
“ S h e 's
Entered at the postoffice in Estacada,
Oregon, as ;econd-claa8 mail.
PuMished every Thursday at.
by th e
rACAU V 1'CltLISHING COMPANY,
S e a < KiPTiON K a t f . s
O u y ear
better t h a n
she used to be
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A REAL WOMAN EDITOR.
THE ESTACADA HOTEL
When a woman filled with those
words ‘‘purpose,” "duty" and ‘‘stam i
n a ” finds Old-Man Trouble Indiscrlm-
tely tossing obstacles in the path of
I >P.v propress, the old gentleman
f irs from bis own boomerang
‘ ne can say th at the road Nellie H.
vatl'-an, editor and m anager of the
nl-W'i'liiy Guard, published
1 i villo, Ark., found was a road well
1 cd and success aw aiting at tho end
L-i th a t trail. Nor can any say that
1 has not developed one of the finest
I dil ation s in the tate, and. all will
I of accord th at her printing plant
i ns out some fine pieces of work.
Mrs. Trevuthan first assisted her
1 b in d 111 editing the Guard. Rigid
. irs ago he died and Mrs. T rev atb ar
timed the place left vacant. On
i her sons acted os business mana-
I i -. To furth er complicate the gal
lant task this woman editor had set
out to do, the 11 u counted her son
among its victims. Another soil wit:
serving In the United Stales arm y, r.
daughter was ail invalid at home, and
there were three o th er sm all children
to care for-. Friends were in s tr u
mental in securing the son's release
from the army, so th a t he could keep
tlie business intact and a ss u re the
family a home. For four years It was
the question of w hether the scales
would swing tow ard success or fail
ure, and the former won.
meantim e the Invalid d aug h ter died
and the slump had left the financial
affairs the p aram o u n t Issue. The son
left when the business was assu red
uud started a p lan t of Ills ow n at
In 1924 Mrs. T rav ath an abandoned
the daily paper In favor of the semi-
weekly. She now has a Job d e p a r t
ment. well-equipped, a large book
press, two typesetting machines, and
nil of the auxiliary equipment.
Mrs. Trevuthan states th a t her
greatest experience has been In h an d
ling labor. "I find th a t such skilled
labor as new spaper workers, o p e ra
tors, etc., are also eccentric, usually
in their own favor, and I have been
forced to hold battles royal with tie
typ > of workers. I have had u w alk
out and all but one of the crew has
inked ta be retu rn ed .”
In summary she add;,: "With faith
ful duly to busine. ;. I»' s household
wurric-, and plenty of riylit tliinkli :
with now and then some thinking tli.-.t
war not as it should have bean, 1
lorn been able to hold the respect and
patronage of my patrons, re a r my
family to stand with the best of ioe!al
circles, ant getting out of debt, and
have never bad any help front any
source except what came uuder heavy
security. In other words I h ive a b
solutely ‘paddled my c,wr ra noe' and
hav. found a g reat deal o pleasure in
in the upw ard light. ”- 1’ubllsltor T
Dinner in our large, well ventilated
dining room. Atmosphere about right
and well cooked meals, properly s:-rv d.
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
F u l l SALE- A line
quire at News olh o.
THE ESTACADA HOTEL
GEORGE LAW RENCE & SON.
Phone No. 37-3
The only milk sold in Estacada from Federal
accredited Tuberculin free cows.
THE ESTACADA MEAT CO. i
H, C. GQHRING Prop.
Open from 7 a. m. to 6 p. m.—Saturdays,
We have o rd e rs fo r several
to n s and by o rd e rin g we know
ju s t w h at to b u y and can
Sell for Less
e p e n to 8
T here Is one plant that heralds the
approach of cooler w eather quicker
'h an all other vegetation native to the
Mate of Oregon. The leaves of poison
ja k or rhus. diversiloba are usually
the first to change color. The poison
aak plant is perhaps most, frequently
encountered by the unsuspecting city
visitor to the country. Yet it may be
for Economical Transportation
J. li Trai y of Uartleid was In th e ,
i ty today making a n ana- m it for
t e open s. isoli, lias«, ta qu i ' i'll
: getting a good buck the first day.
You can save m oney by giving
y o u r o rd e r fo r V ET C H now.
SPECIAL- Ham 27 cents per pound.
The letei'e i Of tills tesilo Is d l l " t o j
t h e i n a b i l i t y o f the pre i m a n to lie o n ;
t i m i t b i ' m o r n i n g o f g o i n g to p. ss.
You Can Save
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
M IL K A N D C R E A M
J. F. Roach, ileW superintendant of
the IV K. 1’. t o., in his special car was
1 ,<hig over the line through Estacada
—starts easier, climbs hills better and gives
less trouble all around. And I believe the
answer is this new Zerolene ‘F ’ for Fords I ’ve
been using. It costs less than the oil I ’d been
using, bu t it actually seem s to lubricate
Zerolene “F ” for Fords gets to all the parts
requiring lubrication—especially the wrist-
pin bearings and upper half of the cylinder
Zerolene “F ” for Fords is made by the
Standard Oil Company’s patented vacuum
process. It deposits a minimum of carbon,
and because it lubricates b e tte r it enables
the engine to develop a noticeable increase
of power over and above what Ford owners
have been accustomed to expect.
A Ford is an A -l transportation invest*
ment. Prptect your investment by proper
to take a picture trip
through an automobile
plant * ^ *
Learn how quality is attained with m odem
production methods! This week we are
making a special photographic exhibit illus
trating the precision methods by which
quality is achieved in the manufacture of
the modern motor car.
I distinguished easily from other plants
I by its shiny leaves which a re grouped
in th iees. Two of the leaves a re op-
, posite and short stalked, w hile the
j mlddle ,„af ig ,ong stalked It growa
The symptoms of poison oak are
as a short shrub or sm all tree. Its comparatively easy to recognize. A
I berries are smooth and greenish, m ors or less mild attack may be
ushered in by a burning and itching
These distinguishing m ark s, if borne I of the skin. W ithin 24 hours after the
in mind, will protect the vacationist skin is exposed to the poison a red
from poison oak.
! ras h appears. This is followed by
Poisoning usually occurs as a re- more or less swelling and itching,
u!t of actual contact with some part then sm all blisters filled with serum
of the plant. It is possible, however, make their appearance. The i r r i t a
that a person can be poisoned by the tion of the eruption may be allayed by
im mersing the inflamed surface In a
leaf hairs or pollen of the plant If o
a sho rt distance from it. The poison solution of hyposulphite of soda in the
is also spread by burning the shrub, proportion of two tablespoous to tho
i While many people can w ander a t will quart of water. W arm solution of
through a grow th of poison oak w ith boric acid or common salt or baking
out danger, there a re some people who soda m ay be used to relieve the ir r i
are highly susceptible to the poison.
If you have come in contact with
Favorable reports on the use of e x
poison oak, one of the su rest and best tracts of poison oak for the p rev en
ways to prevent the eruption is to use tion and tr eatm en t of this form of
-oap and w aim w ater, for the poison skin inflammation have been made by
requires sem3 time to penetrate the a num ber of physicians. A bad case
skin, A stiff brush should not bo used of poison oak alw ays requires the a t
as this might tend to drive the poison tention of a physician. In any ease If
ous material fa rth e r into the skin. the infection causes fever, pain or
U e a heavy lath er and contiue w ash headache, it is much safer to call a
ing for alm ost 4 or 5 minutes with physician.
C t-antr No. 125.
Reserve Dietrlct No. 12
C O N D IT IO N
ES TA CA DA *STA TE BANK,
At Estacada, in the State of Oregon,
AT TH E C LOSE OF B USIN ESS. S E P T E M B E R 2 8 T H . 1 9 2 5 .
Loans and discounts
O verdrafts secured and unsecured
U. S. government securities owned
Other bond«, w arran ts and securities
Stocks, securities, claims, liens, judgments, et"
Banking house, $5,450.00; furniture and fixture* #2, 7<8.*3
Real estate owned other t h a i banking licusi
Cash on hand in vault and due from liar ks
Checks on banks outside city or town of r e r o r t i r g b a r k end
other cash items
Total cash and due from batiks
Showing the Reason for
Quality at Low Cost
L IA B IL IT IE S .
The exhibit consists o f 40 remarkable photo
graphs o f the most interesting processes In
m od em automobile manufacture. It will
provide the same Interesting knowledge that
you would get by taking a trip through the
p’ mts where Chevrolet cars are built. Each
picture is accompanied by a full descrip
tion o f the operation it illustrates. It is an
ex h ib it o f un usual interest and value,
bring the children.
Capita) stock paid in
Touring Car *525
Roadster > < 525
• < 675
* < 695
* < 775
C om m ercial
C h iiiii •
ALL PRICES F. O.
FUNI, m e a
Cascade Motor Co.
Less c u r te r t expenses, in te re st and Ir.xes paid a ,740 44
United States deposits, incij ling p astil savings
Durand Deposits iiibitct to reserve >
Individual ccposits subject to chick, inducingti.po.3.tS :iue
* the 8 t a t e of Oregon, county, city or olh r puolie fan*!*
Cashier's checks outstanding
Total . f demand dep *;ts subject to reserve
Tirr.c cut Savings Deposit, subject to rc iir,*
i Hi o ect lineate-!, of , p. . s Loutsta? ‘*ii r
.'•'aiiig- or}.? is y ay able s u l j e c t to nonce
I Jl*.I ol 1 tine arci Savi: gg copi s • -•
STATE OF OREGON.
or C LA CKA M A S.
79. K. 8. 9 .‘
'5 6 U
1 ' S:
I. Ruth !.. P I’ n. cashier of the above r . a r e d i a rk , doso) mn¡» w e n th a t
.ne above statem ent is true to the best of my knowledge ar.d belief
K I TH L. P i t LON. Cashier,
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7th d a ^ o f October. lviiS.
W. F. CARY, N ota1* Public
My commission expires August 16,11-27.
C O tU tíC T — A T T E S T : —
Be Sure to See the Special E x h i b i t This Week
2 . coe.oo
$ 13 . U "'.53
pledgets of cloth or gauze, d iscard
ing each In turn. Change the w ater
frequently or use-ru n n in g water. Re
peat the process in 4 or 5 hours.
H. C. STEPH E N S.
RUTH L. IMLLON
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