Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, December 02, 1926, Page PAGE 2, Image 2

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E .'S T E R N
t£5tern Clackamas News
DDR W O R L- COURT STAND
The speech of President Coo’idg-
,t Kansas City on our attitu d e to-
ard the world court and intem stion-
! relations, has been received by
>e people of the United State* with
Published every Thursday at '.:no3t universal satisfaction, and
approbation. There has been Tttlc
Estacada. Oregon,
I
adverse
criticism, and th at has conn
J
by the
f r o m certain visionary quarters
ESTAC4BA 'PtbuMiiNG COMPANY, where the L ague of N ations is still
(A COKI'OhATION.)
r.-garded as the panacea for all hu­
man ills.
DOUGLAS JOHNSON
Managing E ditor
Tho press dispatches tell us that
the reception of the speech in Eu-
pe h a; b-en with something re-
S ubscription K ates :
nbling disappointm ent or “ pained
$J.M'
One Year
rprise.'' Tlwre need have been no
Six Muntila
apnointm ent and little pain. The
president has simply reasserted the
mcrican attitu d e. When th i senate
BUYING AT HOME
ctached the now famous rcserva-
Y esterday a local prune growei tions to th. resolution ratify in g our
compl ined of the poor mai
hi* fruil this season. Now h< may
or may nut hsvi had orangei fo
breakfast. If h did he would have
d.
more justification than most o f th
population of Eastern Clackamas
ubted th
and thought th at the
E nter, d at the postoffice in Emu-ada,
O.egon, as second-class mail.
County, because
change once in a while. Still he
could do no bettor th an fill him
up on his own fruit, for where on
earth v/ill you find such delicious
and healthful dessert.
If prunes were raised only in
Florida or the Sahara .>■ ■
oui
m erchants could sell th, m easily.
T heir appeal would bo irr< ist ibl<
B ut they are grown best right here
in Clackamas County.
The farm ers need the money,
Could we not have a couple of prune
days each week to help the home
producer
Such a program would
enable us to consume the surplu
right heie in a short while. Buy a
dollar's worth today. You will be
surprised at the am ount you will re ­
ceive.
A nother way you can help by buy­
ing home products is in using local
bread.
A lout' thut wili compare
favorably with any outside brand is
being made right here at home. Give
it a trial and rem em ber that u part
of the cost to you will stay in this
community.
To put the m atter on a purely
selfish plane, self in terest should
prom pt us to buy at home wherever
we can. The farm er can help the
business man and in tu rn be helper
by him. It is a case of “scratch my
buck and I ’ll scratch yours.”
AGAIN BUY AT HUME
Fv,
CLACKAMAS NEW S, THURSDAY, DECEMRER
2,
1926
i.R USE INCREASES W A G E S ______
the us, of electricity and
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
■' r nablea the worker to become
ore fficiont— to raise his standard
of service— his wage must corres­
Wm. W. Smith
V. A. Heylman
pondingly rise.”
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
William Green president of the
Am rican F. deration of Labor, said We will take care of any legal
.h •; in a rcter.t speech. Such a
business you may have
:g‘- philo.sof.hj. he added, “ is quite
Insurance,
Loans and Collections.
imple in th a t it provides th a t if in-
¡tistry incr -s,
its productivity
. hrough the ffcier.cy of th' work-
DR. W. W. RHODES
rs, there will be more to divide be­
Osteopathic
tween the employer and em ploye.”
The Cleveland
Citizen,
going
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
fu rth e r into the subject, .-ays:
•iffice in Lichthorn Bldg., Estacad
“ In G reat Br t: in t h ’ power be- \
hind i ach w orker is about ore-h alf
h at in th United States, and the
DR. G. F. MIDFORD
age level i3 about one-half.
In
Physician
and Surgeon
Japan the power per man is about
vx-Kay
E
quipm
ent
Glasses F itted
one-fourth and th wages one-fourth.
Office and Residence Second am
In China, practically none, and
Main S treets, E stacada, Oregon.
.cages almost nothing.”
Telephone Connections
The Bea r Creek Philosopher
DR. CHAS. P. JOHNSON
Harold Quince, our popular young
Dentist
. hooi teacher is so ard en t a paci-
Evening W ork by A ppointm ent
uling purposes. To try this out fist that he has cut off his bristling t-’hones: Office 315, Residence 5051
m< u.,tache because he was afraid it
E stacada, Oregon
theii G
light encourage militarism.
mference, a qualify d acceptance
■. hich if asqui sced In by th U nit' 1
O. D. EBY
Mrs Emma Jones, assistant dish-
states, would have nullified certain
va.-her
at
the
Palace
re
sta
u
ra
n
t
has
Attorney at Law
■ i portent provisions in tho senat
become a citizen of first rank here
le
n
eral
Practice. Confidential Ari
’ cause she has a cousin who knows
■■■ wa so sugar coated that if th
Oregon City, Oregon
•ie of the witness in the New Bruns-
v.
ick
m
urder
trial.
1 !> ■ n in a horse-trading mood, it
S. E. WOOSTER
> uld have swallowed the pill very j
In com m enting on the Hall trial Reai Estate, Loans, Insur
-V.reeably. But fo rtu n ately , Uncle
Uncle Billy G am ester said the other
ance, Rentals
m I*°I S not swaP hoi l!s’ diplomat
Farm Loans a Specialty.
cnlly speaking. As the president has day th a t it was only n atu ral th a t the
Telephone E stacada, Oregon
now asserted, our reservations meant Pig Woman would squeal.
just w hat they said. If the Eu­
Joe Doaks who was sta r half back C. D., D. C. and E. C. LATOURETT7
re pean nations do not desire to ac­
on
the sta te university football
ATTORNEYS
cept them at their face value, all
am, has been compelled to quit,
Practice in all Courts.
they have to do is to so indicate and
the United States will rem ain o u t­ ife is su fferin g with insufficient First N ational Bank, Oregon City
Oregon.
side the court. If this causes any averages.
pained surprise am ong Europeun
STILL MORE AUTOS
diplomats, the fau lt m ust lie with
A total of 19,697,832 motor vehi­
these diplomats in failing, in the first
place, to accept the senate reserva­ cles were registered in this country
during the first six months of 1926.
tions at th eir face value.
recording to the Bureau of Public
Certainly the American poop ap
lo a d s of the United States D ep art­
prove of the construction which ha:
Chronic
ment of A griculture. This is 1,297,-
b: an put on these reservations by ,
>
Diseases
11 more than w. re registered in
the governm ent. It is now up to I
Prostate, Kidney, Bladder, Rheum­
iii corn sponding period of 1925 or
atism, Constipation, Loss of Vitality,
Europe to show w hether it was in !
an increase of 10.8 per cent
etc. Call or write for booklet on
earnest in desiring th e United I
re-energizing the glands without an
States to take p art in the world Florida led w ith ar. increase of
operation.
16.2 per cent.
court. If the answ er is in the nega­
DR. H. Z . THARP
tive, and o u r reservations are not :
G la n d K p te ia lS it
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P
S
tto
c K B io « k
P o r t l a n d s Ore«
accepted, there will be a g reat deal ’ * J U
WILL
CLOTHES
more relief than disappointm ent in j
the United States.
a
s s ^
\
NEED
and in buying
All Your Needs-
Every once in awhile E stacada is PETROLEUM AND PETTICOATS «ILL WANT TO SAVE MONEY
swooped upon by a swarm of high
I can meet your needs by selling
powered magazine salesmen. The
A prom inent oil man, in discussing
usual plea they make is thut the ] the fu tu re of the petroleum industry, you Comer Suits, “ All W eather
State U niversity is offering a scholar­ ays: "No m ater how earnestly we Coats,” O vercoats ami W om en’s
Hay, Grain and Feed
ship to young men who g et so many may desire, we cannot recover and ( out.! made to order. Prices 89.95
points. Each subscription they take utilize a g rea ter supply of petrolenm to $1 ...50.
Comer guaran tees a fit and snt-
Stock Remedies
gives them u point. The hatless young than exists.
i. . ction. “ Y’ou will g et w hat you
men proceed to tell you how they
“Tho miser, hoarding his gold, may
4
cravu thi university education. Don t |-;,u upon the day when it will have buy”.
L et me take your measure and
We have some very a ttra c tiv e
fall for it. They have no idea of |ost lts value.
end
for
w
hat
you
want.
prices on Mill Feed this week.
ever stopping off in Eugene unless
Tomorrow may not need our pe-
ours for economy and sAtis-
Ask your neighbor about our
sorne student should ask them to a troleum ; and if it doe . it may dis-
. ,i lion.
feed prices.
cover th a t it has more than it needs.
You can place your subscription at Our duty, in the light of present 1!. F. CLAY', Comer R epresentative
home with jo u r news denier. Ju st at viiowlcih
and under-landing, is to
E stacada, Oregon.
Will pay Market Price
present the school is making a sub- us,, it with n ason and moderation,
scription drive for the Curtis pubii- to apply
the
most
effective ■B
method
for Eggs
cations. You can help the bn ket-
i ivco\ ry, r r mein and utiiiza-
ball team by subscribing through tion, and to avoid parsimony that by .
them. Keep that money at home as paralyzing effo rt and preventing
G re s h a m 2471
much as possible.
progress, might easily produce dis-
BARTHOLOMEW-
ED
2.1NN,
AT LINN'S INN
ostrous consequences.
AGENT
and LAWRENCE
“ A few years ago cotton was
The deep in terest of O regon's citi­
Estacada, Ore. Phone 543
woven
into
cotton
fabrics.
Then
zens in th« fight agonist tuberculo­
Pb
601
Estacada, Ore.
J. E. GATES
sis was cltarly shown in me 82,Out) fashion insisted on siik.— and so to-
«feM iaw ana».
m ajority vote for the E astern Ora- llay «otton and wood pulp are com-
bined and woven into the superior
gen Tuberculosis hospital.
product of rayon, or artificial silk.
“ Likewise, a little while ago, the
A New York man s.iys th at his
honeymoon onlj luster one block, Host im portant petroleum product
still th at m ighl not have been so bad was kerosene.
“ Percisely as new fashions enabled
if he was caught in the five o ’clock
the women to get more dresses per i
GEORGE LAWRENCE & SON
tra ffic jam.
bale of cotton, so new mechanical j
Phone No. 37-3
methods enable motors to get more '
Over in England they have o rgan­
The
only
milk
sold in Estacada from Federal
miles per gnllon of gas. Styles have
ized the fra n k fu rte r industry calling
changed, th a t’s all, in motors and in
accredited
Tuberculin free cows
it "H ot Dog limited. But our ex-
perience with 'em is that they can't
“ "f j™ a,‘ybody
be limited to anything.
br.ngtng such
_ _____
revolutions into the textile and pe­
troleum industries?
N othing on
The old-fashioned woman wrho
earth except the untram m eled work- ;
used to have to w ear overshoes uftvr
a fail rain now has a daughter who iug of taste, inventiveness, ingenuity
and free economic forces could have
goes out before breakfast to swim
made the*? things possible."
the channel.
E
The Marquam White Leghorns
(Trapnested con» nuou.ly for ten consecutiva years.)
We o ffe r o fficial^ certified baby chicks, hatching eggs and
breeding stock fo r 1927 delivery. We are members of the Oregon
A ccredited H atchery & Breeder? Cooperative Association, under
the direct supervision of the O regon A gricultural College and the
United States Dep rtm en t of A griculture, cooperating.
We have tra p ested constantly for the past ten years. In re ­
cent years we have added to our farm the very fin est stock of
the Hollywood strain (from Hollywood P o u ltry Farm , W ashing­
ton) and also some of the choicest stock of the Tancred strain —
giving us, w ith our own original strain, three of the w orld's best
laying strains.
O ur special
laid 280 to 290
egg hens. All
leg bands from
breeding pens will be headed by males whose dams
eggs in pullet y ear and whose sires were from 300-
our special breeding birds will carry official sealed
the Oregon A g ricu ltu ral College.
T hrifty, progressive farm ers and specialty poultrym en come
back to us year a fte r year fo r baby chicks, hatching eggs and
breeding birds, because our stock makes good in th eir hands. It
will do the same fo r you.
OREGON CERTIFIED BREEDER. Member: Oregon Accredited
H atchery & Breeders Association (under the supervision of the
Oregon A gricultural College and the United States D epartm ent of
A griculture, coopearting.
Send fo r prices on Certified Baby Chicks, Hatching Eggs and
Breeding Stock. Or call in. 25 per cent deposit books your
order.
The Marquam Poultry Farm
BREEDERS OF W H ITE LEGHORNS
One mile east of Estacada, Oregon,
on Garfield
Road.
A Safe Place to Put
Your Money
This Company has invested over $77,000,000
in this territory.
It has 90,000 light and power customers and
serves a population of over 400,000.
Its business is growing steadily every day.
We offer you an opportunity to invest your
money in this successful and well-managed business
at 6.67 percent interest.
Let us tell you more about it.
INVESTMENT DEPARTMENT
820 Electric Building
Portland
Electric
Power
Company
PORTLAND, OREGON
JE R S E Y
MILK AND CREAM
Hot dogs and pie have been
stricken from the lunches in the
New York schools. That isn't any
way to start an Americanization pro­
gram .
i
Who remi m bers tho good old day*
wuen every up to-date home con­
ta' ted a cook book?
A M E MAIN
S STREET.
SHOP
¿have 15c
ART. SMITH, Propr.
ESTACADA TRUCK LINE
TO
PORTLAND
PORTLAND-CARVLR-ESTACADA STAGES
Municipal Term inal, Sixth and Salmon Sts.— Phone Main 7738.
LINN'S INN, Estacada, Oregon.
DAILY
Get our prices before you buy
D ry e r Pipes Made lo O rd e r
work,
Haircutting 35c
LEAVE ALL FREIGHT AT WAREHOUSE
In ordering your freight sent through us you receive personal ser­
vice both in Estacada and Portland th a t will save time and money
C. R. JOSSY
PHONE 18-12
Call and Deliver Ssrvic*
PIPE and FITTINGS
bor Sheet Iron
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
MASONIC BLDG. ESTACADA
ESTACADA
PLUMBING
repairs, soldering a rd
p um bing, rail at the
STRICTLY SANITARY
DAILY TRIPS FROM
H arvard
and
Princeton
hav,
Speaking of conscripting wealth
lo r war purposes, if U nde 8am ever broken off athletic relations but u|
t o t h e time of our going to press
gets into trouble again he can have
our two dollars whenever he needs no serious foreign or domestic com­
plication« have resulted.
It
It i* said that only seventy-five
American.-- h aw an income of a nul-
l.oi dollars a year. Evidently thi
nu n .ber of bootlegger* isn 't as largo
as we thought it was.
BOB’S
BARBER SHOP
AND MARCEL SALON
(A)
P M
•AM. M PM PM
r.M
». Portland
6:20 Lv. Estacada
8:00
4:30 8:30
Clackamaa
6:50
Eagle Creek 8:16
4:45 8:45
C arver
7 :00
B arton
8.25
4:55 8:56
Barton
7:26
C arver
8:45
5:16 9:15
Eagle Creek
7 35
Clackamaa 8:55
6:26 9:25
Ar. Estacada
7 :50 Ar. Portland
9:30
6:00 10:00
(A) S aturday only.
SUNDAY— Leave Portland 10
Leave E stacada 4.10 P.
A M
TM S N E W W I N T E R
R ED
C R O W N
C ■» rraw PASS ok « s w » or u s » « « * *
p. m .
2:00
2:30
2:40
3:05
3 16
3:30