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1VIEW OF WORK OF
ESTACADA, OREGON, THURSDAY FEBRUARY 10, 1927
CLUB MEETING IS
LAST CALL FOR EXHIBITS
isintlve session a committee made up
of home and senate members will con '
Monday and Tuesday, February
fer with a like committee from the ! The Rebekah show was well receiv-
Washlngion legislature relative to fiRh- e(j Monday and Tuesday evenings of 14 and 15 are set by the committee
ing lights cn the Columbia river Uc- j this week and two large houses as the last days in which exhibits can
tween the two states.
¡greeted the home talent players who be received for the Eastern Clacka
Brief Resume of Mapper ings of
Income T a x « n d Tithi g M e a s The secretary of agriculture, under
, mas county showing at Corvallis the
° n a sklt How the storV Grew last of that week.
a memorial introduced by ...........
A Jolly G et~togethcr Spirit Prevades
the Week Collected for
ures Sp nsored by G o v
The girls' canning club of Spring-
Miller and adopted by the senate, with, local names substituted for the
O regon City Union S tt i i o n
would take steps to have the state of original characters In the play.
Q u r Readers.
water will furnish fruit which has
California complete unfinished federal , A curtain raiser, which in common taken prizes at the fairs. Other ex
Three things stood out superlative
hibits of ginseng, walnuts, corn and
Tithirg Bill Hits Game and Highway h'ghvays. It was explained that th« \ par'arce, was a "wow,” was put on pictures of farms, etc., have been ly in the Greater Union of Clubs
has completed Its main trunk by Mrs. John Richards. She sang firs,
meeting held at Oregon City last Fri
The Oregon Federation of Women’»
Funds—Require Schools to Teach state
Vnes. but that the connecting roads !•■
day evening. They were the mca clubs will hold its 27th annual com
160 Days—Pneumatic Tires for Ali northern California remain unfinished “Just a Cottage Small” in a very
If any pictures are available whi;
served by the ladies of the Congre vention in Bend, June 20 to 23.
TrucKs Proposed—Congress Mem
The house adopted a senate concur pleasing voice and manner and fot are real good illustrations of live gational church, the music furuiahe
orclized to Protect Crops.
Stephen C. Curtis, who celebrated
rent resolution by Senators Eddy, Cor [an encore did a tough guy song that
by the church orchestra and tli
b?tt Ranks. Beals, Davis, G. W. Dunn, | captured the house. She was accom- pictures of scenery of booster inte speech made by Ed. Shearer o his 100th birthday anniversary 10
Salem.—As a result of Governoi Ilall, Upton, Joseph and J. E. Dunne, panied at the piano by Miss Esther sst, may not the committee hav
Wordbtirn on October 11, (lied there
Springwater in behalf of Estacada.
Patterson's message to the legislature requesting congress immediately to
them to use for next week? The
Although the session was at Ore
last v tek outlining his plan for solv repeal the federal tax on inheritances Gardner.
will be returned if your address is
The general merchandise atote at
gon City, they, like good hos
The cast for the comedy was:
ing the state’s financial difficulties and leave that field entirely to th«
written on the back. The title of th
Woodson, nenr Westport, was burned
practically all revenue bills have been various states of the Union.
picture should be written on the
last week. The loss was estimated
the background and permitted Es:
Mrs. Ely....................... Elsie Poole
sidetracked and attention centered on
back of the prints also with any ex
Auto Licenses Cut
the revenue bills sponsored by the
planation necessary. Mr. Boner ii
The names of Senator Upton and
This was not intentional on the p
Sam F,gU, who Operates a ware
Speaker Carkin of the house are on a Mrs. Wade............... Catherine Jones furnishing an excellent print of th of the Eastern delegation, howeve house at Canby, shipped during Janu
In his message the governor sug senate bill providing that after an
town of Estcada.
Our resolution concerning the P. ! ary five carloads of potatoes and two
gested an income tax with a graduat automobile has been licensed three Mrs. Reid...................Grace Richards
P. right of way matter was of impoi of onions to Los Angeles.
ed rate, the maximum not to excaod consecutive years the regular license
CHECKS CRA V E SCALPS
tance to the whole county. TT
The city of Portland prosecuted 1956
8 per cent. To meat the present fee on the vehicle shall be cut in half Mrs. Currin ........................Val Cary
banker’s association ran out on H. ( cases In municipal court in Janunry,
emergency until an income tax can
Three weeks ago the doughty Col
The judiciary committee of the sen The film, “Bobbed Hair” was also
Stephens of Estacada who spoke 1 1 Frod Jensen, deputy city attorney, re
operato he advised that 5 per cent be ate introduced a bill which would re shown and well received.
iseum Checkerboards played the loer
them in distributing scholarsh'ps
ported to City Attorney Grant re
taken from tho revenues of self-sus peal the law requiring that men re
All-Stars and lost a hard-fough
boys’ and girls’ club winners; b
talning boards and commissions dur ceive physical examination when se-, WORLD'S LARGEST RADIO USER game by only two points. Next M
the speech of Mr. Shearer wes wo
lng 1027 and thereafter 2M per cenl. curing marriage licenses.
day they are coming back to—wel.
The state lnnd department remitted
\ million dollars in public:! y f.
When the legislature assembled
to the state troAaUref $140,161.08 irl
New requirements for teachers be
Monday bills to carry out tho gover fore certificates to teach shall be Is ior informational purposes is the Wail Street favors the Checks to w
December, according td ft report Issued
Shearer poked fun at this town'
nor’s ideas were ready for attention. sued to them, and higher standards United States Department of Agr by odds of 8 to 7 since the previou
by George O, Brown, eierk of tho state
The Income tax hill provides exemp for the profession, are sought to be ulture, says the National Republic game found the Portland team shy greatest foible, the diversity of pvt land board.
nunciations we have for the nam-
Tts daily educational programs of r one regular man and this time Est
tions of $1,000 for single, and «2,000 established in a house bill,
A wool bilyef was (n Harrisburg
But he called attention to two r
for married persons and corporations
A bill was introduced by Repreeih
~p.da may not have a full line up <
last week and offered 3o cents for
and *'.00 for each dependent, with a tat!Ve Ilownrd removing trucks with ne hundred stations, together with 'rst string hoopers, Ray Lovela
r.ense wealth of this locality and tli wool on a conii'ficl. None of tho farm
graduated schedule from one to three, solid tires, having a rated capacity 01 the market news service and weathe
1 VonSlyke being both on the ) her the lack of. recognition accor
ers made contracts, considering the
per cent. The measure is to ba re more than 3^ tons, froth highways 'orecasts, makes up a grand total o sick list.
price too low.
ferred to the people at a special elec of the state. This would permit oper hours on the air not approached b:
The local team has made an excep
Receipts at the Palem postofflee
tion this year. The bill Is expected ation of such trucks until after Janu- any other single user of radio fot oional showing this season. Last Mor.
so neatly that it is doubtful (ha lrst month cstnhllrhed a new record
to raise $2,000,000.
aiy 1, 1929, the interim giving oppor
lay they broke a tie at the end o
even yet the laughter which greet e for January. Receipts aggregated
Income Tax Reaction Favorable
tunity to make the desired change« radio has definitely proved its ef the last quarter and finished winners
his sallies of humor has given wr $20,283 02 as against $18.165.06 for the
Generally speaking, the reaction to by owners of vehicles affected. Such
They have been invited to partic
o the sober thought it will cau . same month isst yenr.
the income tax recommendation Is trucks after 'the date set must be ’r.tiopal matter. That the program
•ite in the state tournament whic-
.hen the truth sinks in.
Schools of Eagle valley at Richland
favorable among the members both of | equipped with pneumatic tires by th« >.re successfully holding their owi
being planned by the Portland Tt 1
II. C. Seymore of O. A. C. pr\ s and at Newbridge, near Baker, which
in spreading the department’s edu
Senate and house.
1 terms of the bill.
gram, March 3-4-5 and will have
’n competition is evinced by th- -ood chance for the state title an ented scholarships to thirteen b y were closed for some time because of
Under the tithing bill, which levies
Would Increase Members’ Pay
and girls who won a two-wceks tv
a widespread epidemic of scarlet fe
5 per Cent on the revenues of state
An increase in the salary of mem housands of letters flowing daily •e loving cup to be awarded. Orl
to the college summer school hav'n ver, have been reopenod,
e best teams are invited to pla
boards and commissions during 1927 bori> of the legislature Is proposed in nto the radio service office. St.
won in their divisions at the coun
Building permits aggregating $21?r
and 2V4 £>e* cent thereafter, it is bo- a bouse joint resolution calling for a tions express their own appreciat'd
and state fairs. In addition to th o 000 were Issued in Salenl during the
lived that tl / tiah ff id game funds change 'n the constitution to permit of the government services and tha
The Estacada band will play o
nd the ten who won the banker, month of January. It Wad said that
and the highway funds would contrlb- the payment of $8 dally Instead of $3 of their audiences as well. Farmers he Monday game. Fans will he!
scholarships, there were three give this figure exceeds that of any previ
ute most of the income of $1,000,000 as af Present. The lawmakers at this who ordinarily find little time or in
in it by attendance.
by the Jersey cattle club, the Gueri ous January In the history of the city.
fixed by Secretary of State Kozer as session have voted $5 daily to each clination for correspondence, wrt<
sey cattle club and W. A. Huntley
the probable charge during 1927 and nu mber in addition to the legal $3 many letters of appreciation and JEN WILL S T A G E
China pheasants have become a nui
The constitutional ammendmr n
1928. There will undoubtedly be some Per diem for “expenses.”
H UG E
sance to the farmers of Malheur coun
permitting the affiliation of grsr.
objection among highway enthusiasts
Thj senate rejected a house reso
ty and permits for trap/ing are being
with the greater union was defeat
Issued. Tho game commission will
over the prospect of using highway
C OOKE D FOOD SALE
As the second money raiser for tin
A feature of the reception of vis
committee of the Oregon legislature
pay 75 cents for enoh of the birds
money for general state purposes.
•ling community house the men’,
Some members fear the proposed to confer with similar committees This is the chance many bachelor committee has decided on a carniai waited upon the out-of-town ladle
which will be a “Pay Streak,” "Da\:
have been looking for
’tithing tax. a9 far as the highway de from the Washington and California
On Saturday Feb. 12 there wil of 49” and “Wild Horse Canyon” a
partment waa concerned, might result legislatures with regard to a uniform
Citizens of the Phoenl* school dis
ening pleasant. Percy Caufleld wh
be a sale of cooked food by the W oiled into one. The high sehoo
disastrously, as the greater part of lnci me tax.
headed the program committee is t trict In Jackson county have voted,
C. T. U. at the Estacada Pharmacy -ym will be the scene of the merry
the highway funds already were obli
116 to 50. to pass a bond issue for
gated for new construction, and for independent of the secretary of state’s The committee asks that all dona taking and February 28 the date
$33,500 for remodeling the school
ions be delivered there before 1" More, much more, will be announcei
that reason, virtually the entire 5 per
eral power commission opposes th building and Installing a guymnaslum
Cent tax, as it affected the highway duced by the rpads and highways com am.
later, they say.
of a fifty year franchs and auditorium.
department, would fall upon that por
Twenty-four and a half feet of snow
Electric Power Cc
tion of the receipts available for new
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
ALL-WAVES TAKE DROP
fallen at the lodge in Crater Lake
TO ATTEND O. A. C. EXPf
national park this winter, according
river but if it is found necessary th:
Building Program Totals $2.200 000 $3600 a year.
Clyde Schock, dealer in the Hal
Representatives from Estacada H this be done to further devc-lopme
to John Mnlien caretaker at lit ■ lodge
Motorists who invite their friends owat radio products, announces r school who will attend the fourt
The building program of the state
of the hydro-electric resources of th It Is believed that this is the heavl :
drop in the price of the All-Wave annual educational exposition at O
bf Oregon for the current biennium.
snowfall for 15 years.
upper Clackamas river, it is sugge
A. C., February 18-19 and 20 ar ed to the commission that the pub '
Us far as approved by the Joint ways damages if they have an accident and set of $35 effective today.
It will cost $66,000 to stage <1
and means committee, aggregates $2,
Edna Bates, Helen Perry, Grai; equity in the road be charged to h
Rose Festival next June 1
200.000. This figure does not Include
Robley and Shirley Burnett. The; company and applied on a high««
NEW SAWMILL AT VIOLA
18, according to n tentative hu-'.'f
a number of other proposed Improve duced In the house by Representative
will be accompanied by Princ p on the opposite side of the river. Th
Graham becomes a law.
submitted to the Festival hoard cl 'i
ments such as additions to existing
Work on the new Elliott sawmil O. T. Olsen.
resolution was first passed by th rectors by O. W. Mlelke, chairman cl
Complete Roosevelt Highway
State buildings and necessary repairs
special committee appointed to ro; the budget commltfe*.
Forcing the state highway commis at Viola will start within a few days
The number of holidays that may be sicn to sell sufficient bonds to finish Tools and some material are now o educational guidance to high sch o sider it on Friday afternoon after
Rainier, Kndppa ahd Warr
celebrated by schools of the state the Roosevelt highway and expedite the ground. The Potter mill is in op students planning to enter instit
hearing with Vice-President O. E h’gh si hoois nre tied for district
would be limited by Representative completion of that road along the eration again and a busy season is tions of higher learning.
Coldwell of the P. E. P. company a
ors In the Lower Columbia Dab
Paulson's bill, which requires that all coast, is the purpose of a senate joint expected.
orest Supervisor T. H. Sherrar.' league. The championship will bo ^
public schools throughout the state resolution fathered by Norblad and
TO BE ISSUED
cided on February 11 Iti n debate be
•hall hold at least eight months of Hall.
I. O. O. F. INSTALLATION
BIG TIMBER TRACT
tween the three schools;
classes and must teach 160 days ex County judges from many sections
Manager Smith of the Estacad
AT MOLALLA SOLT
Under the leadership r*f Julius
clusive of holidays.
Estacada encampment I. O. O. F. Telephone company will start wori
of the state appeared before the
Hootch, La Orabde capHelisf, a coin
All lands registered under the Tor house roads and highways committee No. 91 installed officers last Satur
once compiling a new telephon
Oregon City, Ore., Feb. 8 - Tr< pany has been tempornr;!jt orraniz
rens land act are restored to the reg and protested against the passage of day night, as follows:
irectory. He has decided that the Eastern & Western Lumber com- to construct a »"von-story hotel bti
ular method of recording titles under house bill 150, providing that cities
C. P. Dr. Johnson; H. P., Harvey general makeup of the book will b
any has added 560 acres to it- ing In La Grande th!s spring A lb'1
provisions of a house bill introduced should receive 70 per cent of the taxes Gilgan; S. W., A. G. Ames; J. W.
similar to the last one put out am holdings in Clackamas county wilh rorm building is planned.
by Representative Clark. The bill levied within their boundaries for Perry Anderson; Scribe, J. K. Ely
hat all the advertisers will be give the purchase of a tract of timbo.
La Orarde’s secor.o , unlclpal at
provides that all recorders of deeds road purposes.
Treasurer, Edwin Bates; I. S. Chas heir old spaces providing they c 1 near Molalla. The price is under
•re directed, without payment of any
The senate by a vote of 17 to 9 fav Kitching; O. S. Wm. Gilgan; F. W., ¡p the phone office or the News stood to be $83,500, the deal be.n- Sian well "rntno In ’ last week aim
was flowing approximately 2au gall- n-
fees therefor, to proceed Immediately ored , ubmlt, lnf t0 the electorate of Barney Schoenberg; S. W. George vhere the books will be printed. Th-
transacted through the Portland of of water a minute from n depth of
to record In the regular deed and Oregon a resolution introduced by Lawrence; P. C. J. E. LaCroy acted
paces will be reserved for thos fice.
1260 feet. Drillers wort- still at wo s
mortgagee recorde all deeds, leases Representative Collier providing that i t installing officer.
who advertised before because the-
hoping to Increase tile flow
which do not aprear to have expired all persons who vote at an election in
A banquet was served in the din have been several applicants for pre
B i r k e n f e l d a n d Gi bbon» Ap p e a l
all mortgage« not fully released, and this state shall be registered. The res ng hail after the meeting.
Because she refused to follow b <
ferred spaces and Mr. Smith fe-
aasignments and partial releases there olution was previously adopted by tbe
in his imagined Incarnation of Jem
Frank Birkenfel 1, logging superin
that if any preference is shown i
of and other instruments in their of house.
Christ. Alexander Hill, religious fens I
ltshlng companies,” according to a rc should be to those who Have a prior endent, and J. C. Gibbons, also wit!- Ic. strangled to death Minnie W.i^u
flees registered under the provisions
Representative Cramer*» proposal to port of the special senate committe right. The book will be printed a' the LaDee Lumber Co., convicted
Of the Torrens act.
ington. 17-year-old Indian elrl. on rt
authorise the county commissioner* of
game violation, have appcrle ' 3iletz reservation, Inst week.
Portland State Building Proposed the various counties to fix the salar named to Investigate the text boo’s home as a matter of principle, h--
said. Colloctions for ad. space will their cases to the circuit court. Bir
A state office building for Portland, ies of all county officer* and employes situation. The senate adopted the re not be sought for some time after kenfeld was fined $325 and senten
Baker cc-Unty will sh p f >’*
to cost $600.000. and to be a substitute except their own failed to meet sp
Grant county will .»hip <•
A memorial urging congress to en the books are out, but advertisers
for the proposed structure of the same proval of the senate committee on
will be expected to aid in an early Gibbon* was fined $75. They are of cattle to the Portland nr r
cost provided for at Salem In another ’udiciary which reported It out un
publication by sending in their ad accused of having used deer meat in week. Coles & Docd are s.
bill. It the object of a house bill in favorably. The senate accepted the agricultural product* along the lbu copy as soon as is possible.
cars from Haines and N K. Gr*
the logging camp.
troduced by Lonergan, Rushlight and report and killed th* hill without de
Is shipping two cars from Roblnet..
adopted by both houses.
Olaon. It Is proposed that the build bate.
Oregon m o n th l y p e n sio n s have hre*.
The the early morning hours unti
The annual report of the Children’*
ing be financed by borrowed fur.ris
g r a n te d as follow s. Jo h n 1 . J o h r s o -
Eggs may be sold by weight by the t o'clock msy be spent In dancing i Farm Home, near Corvallia. shows
from the industrial accident commis terms of a bill introduced In the house
P o r tla n d . 120; Lee G Day. P o r t ! .
The Boy Scouts are doing sor
tbe oounties of smaller population wi that inatitutlon to be In a flourishing
M a r t a r e t A. Michael son. Tf
by the Marion county delegation. The be the effect of a house bill intr condition, and indications are that it fin« wor,t- 1 hav<* n«v*r
Fearing there might be the result present law requires grading of eggs
have land. $30; Veaze E H a w kins. P
of harming the highway program
Textbook Report Adopted
j in Estacada. There are twenty-five laud. $26; J a m e s B Shea Pori
prohibits this pastime after midnigh mates.
wrapped up in Senator Eddy's bill to
$25; Dell Morgan, P o r tla n d . $20; P h I
Tbe textbook adoptions mad* by the
J. Ruaaell Scott has arrived in La "Tenderfoot” Scout*. Most of these Up J S c h a u m b u r g . Portland. $30; D j U
relieve counties of a share of the cost state textbook commission last No The administration measure to rah
[ are now doing second class work
Grande from Kalispeil. Mont., to begin
of constrncttng highway crossings vember "were In all respects regular
aid Guy M c P he rson, P o rtland. $2l);
hla duties as Scout executive of th e ., j Also . we have five . undet
. . age Scouts. , J o h n W Moffatt. Oregon City. $20;
over railway lines, the house recalled and free from any fraud or bed faith chief clerks in the office of the aeci
Eastern Oregon Trl-county Council,
It from the senate, after having passed on the part of either tbe state com
L aw son Conwell, C h a r le s 'o n . $26; Ians
the pay of the state tag commiaaione consisting of Baker, Wallowa and Un scoute.
Day. 9 a le m $30; C h a rle s F K e n o s d »
mission or any member thereof or passed th* bouse.
ion count es
As Is done at practlqgby evgrj leg tux ta p rtefn tatjrei g u i a t tAt tub
T h e Dalles, $ 30 .
ME finì' OME
JREGGN state ne
0F GENERAL interest