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EASTERN CLACKAMAS NEWS, THURSDAY, APRIL 14. 1927
P lay in N e w White House Front Y a rd
CUTS M ORE
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
UP TO HIS NECK
Children have made a playground of Dupont circle, the “ front yard" of the temporary White House.
photograph shows a typicul afternoon scene In the park-circle.
Two girls were talking things over.
"What's your brother, Tom, doing?”
The other smiled and replied, “ Oh,
he's head over heels In love.”
“ No, not really?” exclaimed the
other. “ I never thought he was that
Tom’s sister smiled as she an
swered : “ And neither did he. But you
can never tell. You see, he's reading
manuscripts on a popular magazine."
TAK EN SOMETHING OFF
Repairing the White House R oof
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
Grocery and Restau-1 *
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rants in Estacada and l o
licweit memtn c f i/u Medium unity
H A LO W A T
R AD IO S
W. A. Heylman Wm. W . Smith
We will take care of any legal
business you may have
Insnrance, Loans and Collections
DR. W. W . RHODES
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office in Llchthorn Bldg.
M ADE IN OREGON
Let me demonstrate this west
ern-built Radio in your
See me fo r A and B Batteries
C ly d e S c h o c k
DR. CHAS. P. JOHNSON
May— Yes, It was an expensive
dress, it was very high.
Mary— To look at It one would
thluk the dealer had taken something
How Fido Died
A complete new roof will be on the White House by the time President Cootldge moves In again next September
This photograph shows the preparations workmen have made for a temporary roof while the old one Is being
M a and Son Study L a w
GETS BIG JOB
The small white golf ball rolled over
the green and was promptly seized by
Fido, the old lady’s pet terrier.
The next moment a golfer came over
the crest of the hill and begun waving
his arras and shouting.
‘T u t it down, Fido," exclaimed the
old lady; “ here comes the gentleman
to knock it for fou again,”
W ith a Brass Band
‘Bllggins feels pretty self-important,
“ I should say so. Why, when that
fellow arrives at a conclusion he
thinks there ought to be a delegation
of prominent citizens there, waiting
to receive him.” — New Haven Regis
Beggar— Could you give me a quar
ter for a meal, sir?
Victim— If you’re so hard up why
don’t you sell that diamond ring
Beggar— Oh, I can’t, sir. It belongs
to my chauffeur.
Mrs. Brownie Hood Kerr has been
appointed to the Important position
of chief clerk o f the bureau o f the
budget to succeed the late Vincent J
NEVER MISSED A D A Y
W ife— Why did they turn you out of
the club at ten o'clock last night, my
dear? What had you been doing?
Husband— What are you talking
about? Someone has been telling you
s ! Why, I was still staying playing
ards there at three o'clock 1
W ife— O h ; now I know what time
you came home this morning!
Evenings by Appointment
Phones: Offic# 315, Residence 5051
S. E. WOOSTER
Real Estate, Loans, Insurance
Farm Loans a Speolalty
Telephone Estacada, Oregon
C. D., D. C. and E. C. Latourette
Pipes and Fittings
Got our prices before yon buy
Dryer Pipes Made to Order
For Sheet Iron Work, re
pairs, Soldering and plumb
ing, call at the
Practice In all Courts.
First National Bank
O. D. EBY
General Practice. Confidential
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li.,11 II II 11 I' lt
will find this
paper an excellent
medium in w hich
to display th eir
bargains and make
their w ants known
DR. G. F. MIDFORD
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
X-Kay Equipment, Glasses Fitted,
Office and Residence Second and
Alain Streets, Estacada, Oregon
GATES FU NER AL HOME
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ED LIN N A T LINN’S INN
J. E. OATES
If you want what you want
when you want it—in the print
WE HAVE IT!
VAN'S BARBER SHOP
Ladies’ and Childrens’
Hair Cutting a
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L. V. Van Slyke, Prop.
RATTLIN G GOOD JOKE
Williams A Williams, mother and son. attorneys at-law. That will be the
description of Ibis couple In a few years. Mrs. Nadia Williams, thirty-eight,
Snd her son, Sidney, twenty, are studeuta ut the Southwestern university,
TOOK UP PAPERHANGING
failed me and at last I was forced to
the wall." Joe— “ What did you do?”
Bill—"Took up paper-hanging.”
T h ree-Y ear-O ld Piano Prodigy
Turtle— You’ll never be able to hold
a responsible position.
Turtle— ’Cause you’re too easily
rattled, lhat’s why 1
Excuse Was Good
Miss Lillian Welles, sixteen-year-old
girl, never missed a day Rt school
from the time she started nine and a
half years ago until she graduate,)
recently from high school.
And That’» That
Rill— “ One
Balloon Trip to North Pole Proved Failure
Attempts to reach the North pole
by way of the air were made as long
Barrister— What possible excuse did ago ns the Civil war, points out Lieut.
you fellows have for acquitting that Walter Hinton, the famous aviator. In
an article in Liberty. “ They have tried
to reach the North pole In free bal
Barrister— Really 1 The whole 12 loons." Lieutenant llinton writes. “ At
about the time of our Civil war. Na
dar, a Frenchman, built a colossal
( balloon with a wickerwork house
Friend—So you’ve Invented a para about thirteen feet square In place of
chute and Intend to test It out your | a basket. It even had a boudoir for
self! What If It doesn’t work?
[ the ladles who were among the nine
Inventor— I'll Improve It until It passengers when the cruft sailed away
does, if it takes ten years!
from Faris one morning, bound for
the pole by way o f St. Petersburg,
"They soared merrily across Hol
Ted— Here comes Dave! He won a
land," the writer continues, "and were
golf cup and he'll talk us to death.
Jerry— Hurrah I Aud here comes above Hanover, when the wind threat
my cousin. He Just bought a new ened to take them over the North sea.
radio. Let's Introduce them to each An anchor was tossed out. It uprooted
a tree and the rope broke. Another
other and leave them to their fate.
anchor ripped the roof off a house
and carried it through the air.
“When the rope gave way. the loss
Florist— Here are some beautiful
of weight sent the outfit bouncing
cotton blossoms, madam.
There had been a heavy thunder
storn the night prsTloua, and the
teacher asked George:
"W ere you not frightened at the
thunder and lightning lust night?”
"No, air; not a b it"
“ That’s right, Oeorge; you are a
good boy. You know what causes the
thunder, do you not?"
*•. t i t ' My grandfather cause*
•Your grandfather? Oh. no. Why
do you say such a thing?”
” " h y . sir. every day beh>re a storm
Mrs. Newrwealthe—tVttoo blossoms'
Thrsw-ysar old Shura Dvorlue of Baltimora la one of the moat accom ■omoa up, my grandfallior says he I liow cheap and vulgar looking'
plished musicians of hla ag«.
X « can compose and raad mualc.
I feels tt lu hla bouea ;'
■ Haven't you any silk bioaaoma?
W anted the Best
"Seems to be unanimity o f thought
on this subject,” mueed Senator
“ Unanimity?" echoed his pal and
colleague. Senator WIzzlewazzle.
" I got more than 2.<xx> telegrams all
worded exactly alike. — Louisville
straight tip at breathless speed. Tt
prevent the gas expanding and burst
lng the bng In the rarefied ntmosphere
the pilot pulled the cord, thus freeinj
the gas. The balloon dropped like e
shot Into n thick woods, breaking tht
urine and legs o f the occupants.”
His Master’s Voice
An East side man was endeavoring
to give a friend a thrill. He turned
a corner at high speed, and the au
tomobile turned over, all wheels spin
ning. The accident occurred In front
o f the driver's house, and he was
Just crawling out as his wife ap
peared. “ Why, John!" she cried.
“ What are you doing under there?
Come out this minute!"—Detroit
Says the Deacon
Why abuse the world God made for
you to live in—especially when you
can’t think of a better one?— Atlanta