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OF SPECIAL INTEREST OF SPECIAL INTEREST
TH E C O M P LE T IO N OF OUR N E W B U IL D IN G IS E N A B L IN G I S
to give to our many friend the Better Service to which they arc
entitled, while our splendid new vuult adds Better Protection than
C LA C K A M A S NEW S,
Brief Resume of Happenings o‘
the Week Collected for
So successful was the state fair at
Salem this year that there is a cash
balance of $24,989.
Portland, with permits of $2 295,800,
took fourth place In construction on
the pacific coast in October.
The Ed Douglas» sawmill and plan
er, located between Sandy and Esta-
cada, w et« destroyed by fire.
TH U S EQ U IPPE D , W E A R E A B L E TO A D E Q U A T E L Y A M ) F.f
ficiently serve every banking requirement o f the people o f this com
IF N O T A L R E A D Y A C U STO M E R OF TH E B A N K , W E < OR-
diully invite you to call and learn o f our facilitio fo r serv.uj? you.
the Week Collected for
Construction of a now $17,000 high
school building was begun at Cascade
was possible before.
8rief Resume of Happenings ol
The public school at Dextor ha«
been closed on account of scarlet
Construction work has been started
on the now terminal grounds of tho
Southern Pacific company at Eugene-
The total number of children of
school age in Laue county at the
time the recent school census was |
taken is 44.893.
A Pickwick stage on the way from
Karl Fisher, state tax coimui»#loner Yt-hka to Rosebure struck and killed
Is in New Orleans to attend the an a big buck deer iu the canyon south
nual mooting of state tax commission of Canyonville.
Mrs, Stella Magladry. wife of J. S. j
To date 1495 carloads ol pears and Magladry, state ssnstor died at Eu
374 cars of apples have been shipped gene after an Illness of a few weeks
to eastern market by Medford packing from pneumonia.
Corn sweepstuke* m the pnnual
The new Elks’ temple at Salem, Marion Polk county corn show which
vyhlch was erected recently at a cost was held at Salem were awarded to
of approximately $175,000 was dedicat the city of Woodburn.
ed Saturday night.
C. H. Dye was eieetsd president of
A movement is on foot at Ashland
ply, "lor not payin' a bill.”
ho Willamette valley Chautauqua as
"W hy don’t you send for a doctor?1’ \ to prevent the use of all Josephine 3cclatkm at a meeting of tho board of
"The doctor was here about a mill- 1 county ground» for commercial pur
directors held at Oregon City.
ute ago, pardner."
poses on Sundays.
Beoprndent over financial troubles
"Oh, you’re all right, then?"
All but 12 of the 36 counties of Ore ind continued lii-4ue*Ith, Howard L.
“ Why, pnrdr.cr," aid the wounded
gon were represented at the annual
Ward, who resides about five mites
citizen, "it was the doctor's bill I
meeting of the Oregon County Asses
didn't pay.”— H.vgeia.
south of Rosefcurg. shot himself.
sors’ association at Dallas.
F tf'y carloads e l canned fruits and
The Ortwin of A’ -’tt-i
A limited season for tho killing of
vegetables were shipped by the Ku-
The word "news'" developed from an
early American newspaper heading. adult bull elk was proposed by 13. F. gene -Bruit Growers’ association last
The four points of the compass were! AverlU, state game warden, In a report month, according lo J, (). Holt, man
pluced ut the top of the first sheet filed with Governor Pierce.
Ralls have been laid between the
Five candidates seek the office of
Kltson creek and Salt creek water
district attorney of Polk county to
sheds on the Kugeue-Ivlnmnth Fulls
succeed Joseph Helgerson, who has
line of the Southern Pacific.
been appointed deputy United States
symbolizing that the contents of the
A 4-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. district attorney.
sheet were drawn from all quarters
of tlie world and spread thereto. When Robert Kittson of Marshfield obtained
Frank C. Clark of Medford was re
the design was dropped the four let matches and set his clothes op fire. appointed by Governor Pierce as a
ters were carried In the form of He was so badly burned he died.
member of tho state board of archi
"news."— Ohio State Journal.
John Campbell; pioneer Klamath tects’ examiners.
hardware merchant, died unexpectedly dates from May 20, 1925.
at a nntatorium in that city when he
The salary of the Tillamook county
The name "Bride’s Burg •" was given was stricken with heart disease.
lairy and food commissioner, now ,
to an net of Col. Thomas Bride, who
Six Japanese steamers of the 8000- $175 a month, was ordered by the
with a body of soldiers ’ purg d" the to., (lass or greater size will load on
county court to be reduced to $1 a
Long parliament of Its Presbyterian Coos bay before iu« first of the year
month beginning December 1.
members on December fl. BUS. on
and take 10,000,000 feet of lumber tu
One of iU» Jargest wildcats ever
which occasion 41 members were ar
the far east.
seen tn Klamath county was acci
rested and 100 were excluded on the
The Immigration office at Portland dentally killed on the Ashland-Klam-
following day. The house of com
mons, now reduced to about eighty In spent $1345 for tickets during the ath highway when it. was run down !
dependents, appointed a commission to month of October to return aliens un by an autolst from Corvallis.
try Charles I on a charge of treasou.— lawfully In the United States to their
E. H. Lister, state (raffle officer,
Kansas City Star.
with head uartera In Eugene, was in
O N E push on the starter—and
new w in ter “ R ed
Crown” is off like a shot!
“ Wild to do” — crowded w itlj
piileage!—the achievement of euy
47-years o f gasoline-making ex.
p c r ie n c e ! F ill at the “ R e d
Crow n” pump and seel
v / H E R i-M h e
ESTACADA STATE BANK
‘Safety and Service
" Hobble" Stairway
In a certain building In Skouhegnii
Mnlno, Is tin unusual flight of stair«
which have n rise of 5 Inches and r
Correspondingly narrow trend, looking
as If they were made for the con
venience of small children. This stair-
wuy was built according to the Idea of
Dr. Henry Leavitt, a dentist In the
building. It was the day of the hobble
Skirt. Clad In a hobble skirt, any wom
an ascended a flight of ordinary stairs
with difficulty and Doctor Leavitt
planned the stairs with this style 111
mind. About the time they were fin
ished, the style passed to await Its res
urrection, but the stairs will remain—
a inetnorlul to u forgotten freuk of
Payment for the Louisiana purchase
was not made In actual gold coin or
bullion. The exact cost of the pur
chase was 04,000,000 francs in the form
of United States 0 tier cent bonds, rep
resenting a capital of $11,2,10,000. The
ultimate cost would Include not only
the pur value of the bonds, but also
ten years’ Interest, the cost of survey
lng, of government exploration and of
selling the lands. In addition, the
American government agreed to as
sume and pay the obligations of France
to Amerlcnn citizens for French at
tacks on American shipping. These
obligations were estimated at $3,700,-
000, making u totul payment of
That Was thè Trouble
A strangor un thè malli Street ot
IL rnelsvllle. Ari*., carne upon a luit
tered Individuai wlth botli eyes lilnck-
ened and face swollen wltli bruta#*
lylng la a beati agnina! thè euri) at thè
"Whnt hnppened to you?" asked thè
■trunger wlth some ngltatlon.
"A feller beai me up," was thè rrt-
D. L. Bailey, 31. employed as clerk
at the Hammond Lumber company
Anne de Rohan, the daughter of store in Mill City, was killed, being
Catherine do l'nrthennl, heiress to shot just over the Leapt with a 25-35
the house of Sonhl.-v, was horn In ritlo he was carrying.
Kid” and acquired, like her mother, n
Huttos of assessed values to actual
high reputation In the literary world.
She would have been one of the great values for the year 1925 were announc
est poetesses of tier age. but her de ed by the state tax commission. It
voted piety turned tier talent Into an was said that the ratios for 1925 show
other channel. She died, unmarried. a slight decrease when compared with
Stic W.IS II I'l-.ilutl.ini ...... those of a year ago.
Anne de Rohan
As the result of an outbreak ol
smallpox among patients in the Ore
gon state hospital at Salem, It may be
necessary to quarantine at least two
wards in the institution,
jured when his motorcycle and an
automobile collided on the Pacific
highway at West Springfield.
Wire entanglements, which have
been under construction nt the Ore
gon state poultentlnry for the pa3t
few weeks, are completed. The wipes .
are located on top of the prison walls.
M. G. Nease of Portland has filed
suit in circuit court at Eugeiy against
the county court, seeking Judgment
of $24,343.64 alleged duo for cruising
100,000 acres of timber In Lane coun
Timber valued at $879 was destroy
ed or damaged tn the Cascade na
tional forest by fire this year, ac
cording to a report on the fires in
the forest prepared by Nelson F. Mac
Receipts of the state motor vehicle
department for the month of October
aggregated $56.632.29, according to a
report prepared by the secretary ol
state. Thus far this year the receipts
One hundred and four mills report
have totaled $5.315,625.18.
ing to West Coast Lumbermen’s asso
A. J. Greeg. farm supervisor at the ciation for the week ending Novem
state tuberculosis hospital at Salem, j ber 14 manufactured 99.989.931 feet of
is suffering from numerous injuries as lumber, sold 103,766.554 feet and ship
the result of being attacked by a ped 75.495.032 feet.
B mi .'I Sl.iaJa.J Ful r.tij«ngfr Si,i,i i
Buick design protects all
operating parts from dust
anil wear — barricades them
w ith iron or steel housings
In the famousBuick“$ealed
Chassis” and “ Triple Sealed
The famous Buick Valve
In-Head engine develops
more power from a given
quantity of gasoline than
other types of engines.
A n d now, the Bu ick oil
filter makes it it::o try to
change crankcase o:i oo.iv
at rare intervals.
Even smaller, less s power
cars do not match itne
Buick in low cost of opér
ât io n and m ain ten an ce.
\ 08 add to your pow er to
economise when you buy a
BU ICK M O TO R C O M P A N Y , H IN T , M IC H IC A 1?
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C ascad e G a ra g e
f»,' A » » T Y
N E W W IN T E R
'R E D C R O W N ’
THE ESTACADA MEAT CO.
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Beef in Q u a rte rs
FRO N T,
PO U ND -
HIND, PER PO U ND —
Open from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturdays, open to 8 p.m.
Yale Fiash Light
$1.00 CO M PLE TE .
The most dependable Flash Light.
They will improve your Flash Light,
H E ESTACADA PHARMACY
Phones Give Warning
of Fire Damp in Mine
Hundreds of inventors have applied
llielr brains to the matter of finding a
certain means of detecting fire damp,
the cause of such s large proportion
of mine disasters.
So far no com-
Two hundred ten direct Inquiries p'otel.r reliable method has been
li'acktatl buck deer which recently wa9
for agricultural Information on Ore f,*i.-'.,l; but It Is believed that a rlcvel-
imported from Baker county.
.ipn ent of the latest Idea will solve
Tho Jury tn the case of J. R. Haless, gon were received during the first two ,he problem.
tried in tho Coos county circuit court weeks of November by the land settle
This Idea consists In the use of n
at Marshfield, returned a verdtet ot | ment department of the Portland pa:r of telephones of a delicate kind,
Chamber cf Commerce.
ere of which Is placed In the upper
not guilty after 45 minutes’ delibera
A resolution favoring the proposed g i !er!es. » here the air Is known to
tion. Halesa killed George Holmes in
extension of the state normal course be pure, while the other Is fixed In the
Haless' home in North Bend.
for public school teachers from two to lower workings. Wires from each lead
Test* of sugar beets grown by 17
four years was unanimously adopted tn a central Instrument.
Marlon county farmers have proved j
Beside each of il:e telephones Is a
by the Polk county W. C. T. U. In
so. satisfactory that the chamber* ot |
pitch-pipe into wldch a current of air
convention at Independence.
commerce nt Salem and Portland are
Mown by n fan The two pip s are
Only 56 votes were cast in Medfor ' j i lined to give exactly the same musi
much interested tn the possibility ot
establishing refineries in that seetion school district election on the quos a cal note.
of approving the annual budget a id
So long as nil 1» » i l l . :,!y cue note
II. F Schillings, receiver of the
raising the school tax of the city m re I* received and given out by the cen
B: it Na ional ban!; of Bnndon. which
than 6 per cent above that of 1924, tml telephone; but directly Are da- p
c o-ed April i. has eraotmaed that the
and every vote r.ac i'vertb le.
occurs the air supplied by the fan to
first dividend ameu-ting to SO ret
Dave Arthur, m en' r e f s . rm 'B ent the pipe In the lower workings be
. !• t ven'd be paid depositors aud
linker county famt v of r.iini.'j C " r a comes changed In quality and this al
it- is th> latter part of November
ters the note very slightly.
tors, was acquitted cf a charge o:
l Is the npper pipe, of course.
A total of 1.647.306 fish were plant manslaughter In eonreetlcn with th.
n f H i result Is
e 1 in lakes and stream* of Douglas death of G. C. Tucker la a fight ir
that ir..-tccd of a single e'enr note ter
county, the eggs haring been hatched tha Mother Lode min# September 1.
central Instrument emits a dlr.-ord-
in the Rock creek hatchery, according
R. J. Ferguson of Portland was sen . noise which Immediately attracts the
to thn report filed by Superintendent
fenced to three years in the s*air »♦,Awfiot, o# the man In chare* w- —
H «t with the state game commission
lng him lint there '« fire damp In the
penitentiary by Judge Exkin at A
The highway between Klamath Fails torla when he entered a plea < lower gall» i i - h t l a d e t p l i i a Inquire'
and Ashland will he kept opes' guilt* to a charge of msn»laughter 1-
throughout the winter regardless ol* c* nneetion with the death of B. C
Positive Proof That
tu. v\ now
.iu#, it sens announced Graham.
An effort also will he made to keep
Lover Wes U ntruthfa 1
Angling for trout of 10 inches i
T7 •e? tat on the sofa. lie and •«lie
the Klamath Falls Bend highway open
length or more in all stre
s cf tL The
lights w ere turned low. 'they
Three children. Helen Peterson, age state, which has heretofore been p-.-i
RflCb (1ther's ey es with p T
8 years. "Buddy ’ Peterson, age 4 years i fite.1 dur»ug the regular e!~- ’
He nminged hi*
ard Howard Carr age 7. suffsreO „vll from ' * : v
or U» "o Aj r ' !
necktie tor the twentletl4 time and
serious injuries at Baker a* a result he prohibited th e year ab ve iu po
querled. Do you love me. .U lc e r
of the explosion ot J/nnmli# caps wit! (tons cf streams not sc (tally r.ff t
"V h huh. I think so.”
“ 1 knew you tI I 1-1 to»e you too.
ahtch they were said to hare beet ed by tides, under a r. » law em.ct
ed by the in»! session of the leg t A Tei?— jmTire the only girt for me.A
She, hesitating:.»— Did joq ever—
Better Bu ick operating
coits are very low. This car
is thrifty— both in purchase
price and in ownership.
STAN D AR D O IL C O M P A N Y
love any other girl?”
"No, Alice— you are the first girl
ever loved, the only girl I ever wil
’ Oh, John, I knew It I 1 love yoi
more than ever."
She flushed will
pleasure, raised her chin and looke,
at him expectantly through loni
lashes. He took three cigars
hts vest pocsct, laid them on the tnbh
beside the sofa nnd started to take lie
tn tils arms
She sobheo, “ All men are liars." an,
»'allied majestically out of the room.—
Rehoboth Sunday Herald.
In the Solar Plexus
The late John s. Sargent, the fa
mous painter, who was found dead In
bed w|th a book at his side, hated
ltmve all things the best-seller type
if novel nnd the best-seller type of
A best-seller novelist, visiting Mr.
^argent's T!te street studio, bnce said:
"W ell o'. i mnn. y-u a i n ’ t the only'
imei-inn with an International rep. I
1 guess nil h e y<-i t ear ! about the hit!
my last b » « uinkin’. She's b e i,
trsns’ at, ii T 'n Fr ach, Ceruian, Ital
ian and Japanese."
“ Why ihin't you get somebody,’’ an id
Mr. Sargent, "to translate It Into Eng
ikhT" — Pittsburgh
B c a h for Fuel
Beeches are beautiful throughout
the year. From the ground to their
polished slender twigs the grnv to
brown bark Is clean and smooth, and
both bark and twigs are so distinct)»'*
that they are not to be confused with
other trees of the fort st T i cs,'' frees
are famed not only for their beauty
but for their many u eful product* ss
well. Mys "Tree Habits by the A ;er-
lean Nature ut; tattoo. Th.U i.cod
1* »ntuahle for lit; j r an 1 !* made
tb.or.ng«, furniture, tool bundle*,
fuel a has no superior. _