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EASTERN CLACKAMAS NEW S, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1927
Eastern Clackamas N ews
G. E. Parks, Editor and Publisher
Published Weekly on Fridays at Estaeada, Oregon
Entered in th e posfcoffice o f E stae ad a . O regon,
class m atter.
C lackam as C ounty, one y e ar, $1.50; O utside th e c o u n ty a n d in the
»state of O regon, *ne y ear, $2; O utside th e sta te of O regon, one
y ear, $2.50. S u bscriptions a re payable in advance.
m ake u visit w ith h e r d a u g h te r, Mrs
Mrs. H arold H o rn e r and fam ily.
Mr. and Mrs. C arl W ard and fam
ily w ere O regon C ity visitos on W ed
Mrs. Jo h n P a rk s visited w ith Mrs.
Ralph G ribblc a t O regon C ity on
Mr. and Mrs. W heeler a n d fam ily
spent th e w eek end w ith relativ es
a t Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. B yron Cogswell and
y i s s M ary Cogswell of S p rin g w ater.
Mr. and M is. A rt Cogswell o f Eagle
Crock and Mr. Rose sp e n t Sunday
at th e home o f Mr. and Mrs. M adden.
G ilbert L ew ellen of P o rtla n d is
spending his vacation v.-ith his fa th e r
G ene L cw e'len.
Sunday g u ests a t the Ed. C losner
home w ere Mr. and Mrs. Jo h n Clos
the public service at all times. As a rule a man who has
been employed by the Standard Oil company for a while
makes a success of other business undertakings. A man,
large or small, must be capable of promotion if he stays
with this company. If he is unable to go ahead he better
look for another job.
There is unlimited opportunities for young men to
day working for the company John D. founded if he ap
plies himself to the job. You may think the company
soulless, but, nevertheless, it has developed some of the
greatest business men the world has ever known, and cer
tainly has always rewarded merit.
The Eagle Creek bridge has finally been opened to
traffic—just as the holiday shopping season came to a
close the bridge was opened. No doubt it cost this com
munity more than the bridge itself cost to have it closed
at that particular time. This is a fair demonstration of the
need of cooperation between the different communities of
Eastern Clackamas and the officials at the county seat.
You will be able to show your appreciation of the
services rendered by the Estaeada Band as well as have
an enjoyable time if you attend the dance at the park pa
vilion New Year’s Eve.
Spend your money at home and watch your town and
community grow. Send it away and watch another town
and community grow and see yours decay.
A REAL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY HERE
The News is informed by the postmaster that there
are approximately six hundred families receiving their
mail through the local postoffice. This represents a total
population of about three thousand people within the
trade territory of Estaeada.
But this does not begin to represent the total popula
tion adjacent to, and in the trade territory of Estcada. In
fact an estimate of five thousand is not considered too
high when you take into consideration all the communities
within*a radium of a few miles which are served by routes
and postoffices other than Estaeada.
It is reasonable to believe that the people living in
Eastern Clackamas county would do their trading here in
preference to going to the city if they were sure they could
ta in e d on M onday w ith a d in n er Mr.
get what they need in Estaeada—at the right price.
a n d M rs. C lay C haney and fam ily
It becomes necessary, if the merchants really want
a n d o th e r re la tiv e s from P o rtlan d .
to increase their business and really become the trade
C h arles M atthew s a n d his b ro th e r
center of Eastern Clackamas county, to give the people I
a rc sp en d in g a few days out on the
merchandising service equal to that found in the cities, GEORG E, Dec. 2 9 . — (S p e c ia l).— ranch.
T he school d o se d fo r the C h ristm as
Mrs. Id a K ro n e r o f
and to let the people know this, through the columns of vacation
will open again on J e n - ' sp e n t a few days last w eek a t the
the Eastern Clackamas News, the only newspaper in the : vy 2. and
A p ro g ram was given by hom e o f h e r m other, Mrs. L ins and
eastern part of the county.
the school last F rid a y w ith a good a t - 1 fam ily.
The News is satisfied that the Estaeada merchants ten d a n ce and it w as enjoyed by all.
can compete with those to be found anywhere. They are .Mas Kokel, th e tea ch e r, has gone
e to spend th e vacation w ith he.
so situated that they do not have the high rents to pay, hom
p a ren ts, who live n e a r M ollal'u.
their transportation costs are more than offset by this Mr. and Mrs. W. Held m ade a bus
item, and every merchant in town can stand an increase in iness trip to O regon City last w eek. SP R IN G W A T E R cc. 29.— (S p e
volume of business without materially increasing over Mr. Held is in stallin g a radio in hi cial)..—
T he C h ristm as program given
hom e .
a t the ch u rch F rid a y e vening by the
P e te P aulsen c eleb ra ted her school ch ild ren w as m uch enjoyed.
This is a good town. It has a fine farming country Mrs.
d a y a t h e r hom e w ith a n u m b er A t th e close S a n ta C laus a rriv e d and
nearby. The resources of Eastern Clackamas will war b o irth
f re la tiv e s am i frien d s p re se n t, on delivered candy a n d n u ts to all p re s
rant a much larger town and more prosperous city that the M onday a fte rn o o n , D ecem ber 26.
pesent Estaeada. However, this section is yet in the ear The Sunday , school held th e i
TVc p a g e a n t e n title d “Jo y to the
C hristm as exercises Sunday
a fte r
liest stages of development.
W o rld ” w as p re sen te d Sunday eve
These facts will give you all something to think
n ing by th e S u n d ay school which w as
g re a tly enjoyed.
about. The News will have more to say along this line A. .VI)-,
and Mrs. Ju liu s P aulsen sp en t
soon, and will have a definite plan to submit to the mer C hristm as day w ith Mrs. P aulsen s Mrs. C arl W ard visited w ith Mrs.
chants and business men a little later.
parents, Mr. and .Mrs. H a rk e n rid c r W iley H ow ell on T uesday afte rn o o n .
Mr. and Mrs. B rian M oore of E u
in E staeada.
gene have purch ased th e S pencer
WHY A NEWSPAPER?
land to spend th e C hristm as v a c a -; place a n d will m ove onto it shortly.
M is. Hobson sp e n t th e C hristm as
Your local newspaper comes in handy whenever you lion w ith re la tiv e s and friends.
have an important notice to bring before the community, Mr. and M rs. H. Jo h n so n e n tc r- holidays visitin g w ith re la tiv e s in
on C hristm as day Mr. a n d I.Irs P o rtlan d .
when you want to know about church services, schools, trdned
O' ith. r and d a u g h te r M arion,
P e rry from O. S. C. is vis-
city affairs, etc., but someone must pay for this service i.. c .'-1 M . C. A. Jo h n so n and k i n Union
g a t hom e over the C hristm as
to the community. The subscription price pays only a h ild ren , Mr. a n d Mrs. H. K* r.k ir holidays.
small part of the cost of printing and publishing a news and son E lm er a n d Chris. K linker.
Mrs. C harles Folsom o f D ayton.
paper, large or small. Every additional subscription is only M r and Mrs. R. S. C honev e n te r W ash in g to n , a rriv e d T hursday to
an added expense as far as financial returns to the pub
lisher unless he can increase his advertising rates. How
ever, the value of the advertising space is dependent on
The Estaeada Band Will Give a Hard Time
The newspaper can help a town or it can do it an
awful amount of harm. A dead newspaper indicates a
dead town. It is considered an index to the community
it serves. With your cooperation we hope to at least keep
it up to a standard of fair representation of the community
and Eastern Clackamas county. We hope that it will not
be necessary for you to have to make apologies for the
newspaper published in your community.
ESTACADA PARK PAVILION FLOOR
THE WORLD’S GREATEST MAN
Arthur Brisbane, Hearst editorial writer, recently
said that John D. Rockefeller had done more for human
ity than any person since Christ. He referred, of course,
THE VERY BEST MUSIC AND A GOOD TIME
to the good he had accomplished with his money in mak
ing it possible for scientific minds to study diseases of the
human family, their treatment and prevention.
Prizes offered for two best character representations
John D. has also contributed a great deal to the bus
iness world. His company today gives service, “real ser
Admission, Gentlemen, 75 Cents; Ladies, 25 Cents
vice.” Men who work for the company are taught to give
n e r am i fam ily, M r. and Mrs. Jim
C losner and fam ily a n d Mr. and Mrs.
C larence Hull and fam ily.
Miss E thel N o rth and Mr. W illis
o f P o rtla n d w ere Sunday e vening
c allers on Mr. a n d Mrs. Moger.
G ilb ert and W illiam S h e a re r of
A lbany college a re visiting w ith th e ir
p a re n ts, Mr. a n d Mrs. E dw ard S h e a r
er, over the C h ristm as holidays.
T he local tea ch e rs,
Miss E th el
Y oung and Miss E sth er H ead, le ft on
F rid a y evening fo r th e ir hom es to
spend th e C hristm as v acation and
will re tu rn next M onday to ta k e up
school T uesday m orning.
Ju v e n ile G range m eets on S a tu r
day, D ecem ber 31. All m em bers a re
urg ed to be p re se n t on th a t d a te a t
2 o’clock in th e a fte rn o o n .
F B UNDERTAKING
We have purchased the undertaking stock of Mr. J.
E. Gates at this place and are now prepared to take
care of all calls in this line.
Our 15 years experience and funeral equipment as
sure you of the best possible service and relieve you
of many trying details incidental to this time.
Calls Prompiy Attended Day or Night
L. A. CHAPMAN
E sta e a d a T ru ck L in e
DA ILY T RIPS FROM
Estaeada to Portland
LEAVE ALL FREIGH T AT WAREHOUSE
In o rd e rin g y o u r fre ig h t se n t th ro u g h us you receive perso n al service
b o th in E sta e a d a a n d P o rtla n d th a t w ill save tim e a n d m oney
P H O N E 61-5
GEO. K IT C H IN G
Call a n d Deliver Service
DR. F. A. PERKINS
Have Your Eyes
O ffice P hone 331
O ffice in M edford Bldg., E stae ad a , O regon
IF YOU LIKE COOKIES—
REM EM BER^
We have a delicious variety to choose from-
baked fresh daily.
We extend to you our heartiest greetings for the
WISHING ONE AND ALL
Bartholomew & Lawrence
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
TO THE LOAF
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
An ideal slice-size for toasting, sandwiches and
children’s between meal snacks.
ECONOMICAL FOR LARGE FAMILIES
M unicipal T erm in al, S ix th a n d Salm on S ts.— P hone Main ’733.
ESTACADA TO PORTLAND
L IN N ’S IN N . E stae ad a , O reg o n — DA ILY
A.M. P.M. P.M.
A.M. P.M. P.M.
8 :00 4:30 8:30
2.00 6.20 Lv. Estaeada
2:30 6:50 Lv. Eagle Creek 8:15 4:45 8:45
8:25 4:55 8:55
8:45 5:15 9:15
3:05 7:25 Lv. Carver
Lv. Eagle Creek
3:15 7:35 Lv. Clackamas 8:16 5:25 9:25
3:30 7:50 Ar. Portland
9 :30 6:00 10:60
(A ) Saturday Only.
’ Daily excep t Sunday
Leave Estaeada 4:30 p. m.
SUND A— Leave Portland 10 a.
CALL FOR YOUR 1928 CALENDARS
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
rants in Estaeada and
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