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CLAC KAM AS
NEWS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19.
Entered at the postofflce in Estaca
da, Oregon, as second-class mail.
CU TS M ORE
Published every Thursday at Estaca
da, Oregon, by the
One year ..................................$1.50
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THURSDAY, NOV. 19, 1925
TO T H E L O A F
An ideal slice-size for toasting, sandwiches and
children’s between-meal snacks.
E C O N O M IC A L FOR L A R G E FAM ILIES
TO PSY-TURVY TIMES
I f the present times arc not top
sy-turvy, we would be pleased to
know what you call ’em. Men are
wearing corsets, women are discard
ing them, pantaloons are assuming
the proportions of skirts, and skirts
are crawling higher up the female
-form, encasing her two limbs
legs) like the skin on a sausage; the
ladies are smoking cigarettes, and
many men are in the divorce courts
because when upon return home at
a late hour they discover another
bimbo slipping out the back door,
and his wife sues him for separation
because he hires a yellow-haired ste
nographer and steps out with her as
the evening shadows fall.
On the other hand, Volstead is go
ing to teach the drys how to down
rum, something many of them al
ready know too well how to do now,
the powers in Europe agree not to
fight each other, and Greece and
Bulgaria sleep on it and then get up
and poke bayonets into each other
regardless; France and Spain join
forces and attempt the annihilation
of a band o f poor, defenseless Rif-
fians who, if they are black, are
causing the enemy a lot of worry
and doubt as to whether or not they
have bitten off too much. The Chi
nese, too, seem not to have heard of
any peace pact, and are stiil going
into battle equipped with umbrellas
in case o f rain, while the Japs are
looking on, waiting for someone to
drop the lid and give them a chance.
A down east lady, whose husband
died 18 years ago and left her five
million dollars, drifts into bankrup-
tcy and tells the court she has only
$600 left, and half of that is in a
wrist watch, which causes us to wish
we could have met the lady before
she invested in the timepiece; Po
land wants Henry Ford for a king,
but Henry prefers being an ace at
Dearborn; the Episcopal church has
stricken the word “ obey” from the
marriage ceremony and dashed mere
man’s last hope that he could con
trol the other half of himself; the
Florida land boom is putting Los An-
The same Holsum quality that won the Harry M.
Freer Trophy the second time in two years. The
same price as the regular large loaf.
Sold at Your Favorite EJ?
Grocery and Restau-® «-
-O N G L O A F
rants in Estacada and - <
geles in the discard and they are bothture and the balance of the money
reaching out fo r limits on the Mis- put to better use.
sissippi river; congress is going into 1 The story of a now rich girl, an
session again; Ho Hum Charley authoress, once poor, very poor, she
Dawes will soon be broadcasting lan-1 says, relates that when she was poor
guage that will take all the kinks she hated the rich. Now, she says,
out of the aerials, and the baseball she no longer hates them, fo r hate is
season has given away to the foot not so deep-seated that money will
not uproot it, that the rich are as
A noted actor weds for the sixth human as any o f us. That has al
time, when most of us thought once ways been the history of red social
was enough and too many. We ex ism. * When they became "capital
tend sympathy. Five railroads are ists” they have ceased to despies
in danger of indictment for trans that class— human nature comes to
porting booze when we thought it the top.
was all being done by hip pocket;
The legal profession is an honor
the Countess Kartolyi is denied ad able one and ranks high with all
mission to this country as an unde the learned ones, yet it has very many
sirable, and she had been led to be members who are acting to discred
lieve it was the land o f free speech; it it with the people and work only
crime increases, religion the oppo- to the end of fattening their pocket-
s te ; the Republicans are hopeful, books, regardless of any character
the Democrats trying to think up or the interests of the community ir
something else; the price of butter which they practice. They are not
and eggs goes up, and everything averse to joining dirty hands with
else except our salary, and if that all sorts of criminality, if there i
should, the income tax man would money in it, and may truly be class
come and take it away from us.
ed as accomplices. The honorable
I f all these and many more do not members of the profession would do
indicate topsy-turvy times, doubting well for their own sakes to work and
ones arc invited to visit the News bring about a change in legal pro
office and witness this editor when cedure that would weed out this ver;
he is hitting on all cylinders in his objectionable class o f black sheep.
effort to rustle items for his paper.
This country may be drawn into
The majority o f us do not con embarrassing situations with foreig
cern ourselves at what others spend nations in a peculiar manner. The
their money for, but when it is pro government has recently been callci
posed to erect a church in Washing upon to extend protection to citizen
ton, D. C., at a cost of $1,250,000, in Syria. A large number of Syr
we may question why a more modest ians came here, were naturalized
sum might be used to erect a struc- and then returned to their native
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EXCLUSIVE ÇLACKAMASS COUNTY AGENTS
lend and engaged 1:: revolutionary
activities, and then claimed United
States citizenship. It is these the
government is called upon to pro
tect. Something wrong with our
nationalization system some place.
— — J
The young man who imagines he
is handicapped by not having a col
lege education should not forget the
case o f young Abraham Lincoln, who
never even glimpsed the chimneys
of a college. Yet, if there Is a man
today boasting of all the degrees a
college can confer who can utter or
compose as fine a specimen of the
English language and sentiment as
does the Gettysburg speech, he has
never come to notice.
Sentiment is rapidly growing for
the removal of the drunken automo
bile driver from the highways, and
it is sentiment moving in the right
There is a call for more drastic
action on the part of traffic officers
and all others with police authority
to not wait until the irresponsible
nan has done damage before gather-
ng him in. The man who fills him
self with vile booze that befuddles
his brain and then takes to an auto
mobile is a menace to all others who
may be on the road, and it is due
society that he be summarily re
moved and placed where he can do
no harm. I f the danger surrounded
only the drunken driver there would
'e serious objection to his killing
himself, but the danger radiates in
ill directions, and the least of it ap
pears to attach to the intoxicated
man at the wheel.
I f a man were caught sprinkling
acks upon the highway he would be
promptly gathered in and pointed to
as a malicious, vicious criminal, and
some of the more excitable ones
would want him lynched on the spot.
Still, his crime is only that o f injury
to automobile tires, for which ho
should be soundly punished. But
these same people, including thé au
thorities in many cities, will look at
a booze loaded driver as he sallies
forth on his mission of death and
destruction, and he usually goes on
iis wild way until he does some
thing that cannot be recalled. As
we have remarked, the drunken au
tomobile driver is a potential mur
derer, safe only in one place, jail.
i J A K U m L y i ’„ t y l * ’
A N D M AR CEL SA LO N
HOURS— ‘J:00 A. M. TO 8:00 P. M
SATURDAY— 9:00 A. M. TO 10:00 P. M.
MASONIC BLDG. ESTACADA
ART. SMITH, Propr.
A reading of the daily papers
shows that cases of holdups, bur
glaries and bold daylight robberies
are being carried on to an alarming
The apparent ease which
mark all the acts and the fact that
most of the culprits make a clean
getaway, indicates there is some
thing lacking in the vigilance of o f
ficials. These latter need a lesson
to awaken them to a sense of duty
to the public.
There is a class of citizens who
brush the dust from church pews on
Sunday and then go out on Monday
and the rest of the week and ignore
the laws of their country. They
may throw up their hands in holy
horror at this statement, the very
best evidence that the “ cap fits.”
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IN T E R N A T IO N A L
M ADE-TO-M EASURE
W H AT ARE WE?
I f it is desired at Washington to
cut taxes, why not begin by cutting
the cause of taxes? says the Oregon
Ninety-odd per cent o f the taxes
collected by the federal government
go for wars past and to come. Nine
ty odd cents out of every dollar col
lected is spent on wars of yesterday
GEO R G E L A W R E N C E & SON
or in preparation for wars tomor
Phone No. 37-3
In that frightful expenditure goes
The only milk sold in Estacada from Federal
90-odd cents out of every dollar you
accredited Tuberculin free cows
pay in federal income tax. I f you
pay $100 federal income tax, 90-odd L_
dollars o f it goes for war. If you
taken as the mirror to govern th
pay $1000 federal income tax, 900- taxes not a soul stood up b fore th
odd dollars of it goes for war past or committee and pointed out that war who contemplate locating for I k ;
is the basis and cause o f the frightful ness or other reasons in the count
Industry is ground down and bur tax burdens and that the way to cut town. In fact, the newspaper
dened by the enormous war expendi taxes is to stop the great cause of fleets the character o f the wh
community. I f it contains the i
ture. Commerce writhes under the taxes.
nounccments of those engaged
clossal burden. Agriculture is near
The war between Greece and Bul
ly wrecked by it. Labor is buried garia was prevented recently by th*1 business, and the printer Hiid pe
under it through the excess cost of League of Nations. Italy's intended Isher u.e» hie best knowledge :
everything it buys, caused chiefly by war on Greece two years ago was skill in so presenting them in I
war taxes seven years after the war prevented by the League o f Nation ■. cpluinr.s and issues a newsy and \v
printed paper, it may generally I
It is as certain as death that war can
Keep the figures in mind— 90-odd be outlawed by agreements among token as an evidence that th” to
cents out o f every dollar of federal the nations. If America were in the ,« a real live one, composed of i
taxes collected goes for war toll. league' now and earnestly striving to to-date and progressive citizens, .
Keep in mind when you make out give it force and power, there would a pluce in which it is safe anil pro
your income tax returns that 90-odd never be another war among civil nblc to cast one’s lot. But thoi
cent* out of every dollar o f the sum ized nations. All that the league the people be ever so progress
you pay goes for war past or ex needs is America’s great prestige and and enterprising, if the paper fails I
measure up to a standard show
good workmanship, its ads badly
. There can never be any consider-
tax that you see. It is but a part of i ab)e cut in federal UxM untii the up, r.o taste shown in the selection •
what you are paying, often a very . Krcat cau„ , of f(,dpral taX(M in cut. type, carelessness displayed in t’
small part You pay an average of Cut out war. and you cut out the manner of handling local events,
120 tax on the automobile you drive. tbi
that makes 90.odd p„ r cent 0f sent out with a smutty look on
count of poor press work, the
Twenty-seven dollars of that went thp taxPg
for war. The tax collector, making i
w b .,t #rP WP a, a nation whcn we tending newcomer may not be v
up your country’s war budget, ta k e hf>w| „ tM reduction- and do not favorably impress 'd with th“ to
money out of your pocket on the | even mal(e a
to b„,p outlaw Good dress in a w wspaper ere.
tho same impression on the publi;
food you buy, on the clothing you v.ars
does a well dressed man or won
wear, on the roof under which you
And as Arst imptessions are the <.
Per cent j COUNTRY TOWN OFTEN
o f afl the money he takes from you
JUDGED BY ITS PAPER ciding factor in many cases, it wo'
be well for the publisher of the i
s sp'nt in preparations for the next I
war or in paying for past wars.
Writing net long ago in Oregon cal paper to display all the en‘
• u . pag ' t 4 i r. nts out o f every | Exchanges, ,hp off‘
1 h« has at ,
dollar for war and one cent out o f I
Oregon State Editorial associa- mand to produce a neat, olean
every dollar for education, research tion> rh *d Alton of the Sutherlin attractive publication.”
and development, including care of Sun h* d thi® 10
The rains o f the past week m..
the public health. And at the hear-¡ communit>r new» P « P « ;
mg» at Washington on how to cut
‘ The local newspaper is very often fall plowing much easier.
JE R S E Y
M ILK A N D CREAM