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EASTERN CLACKAMAS NEWS, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 3, 1928
; itself for protection in such enter wood Thursday and were dinner vice president; Dan Stahlnecker
gencies, and it may be that in the fu guests at the M. Park home.
clerk, and M. Park, lineman.
one of the qualifications of a Mr. and Mrs. Otis Vallin made « George Bitner returned from hi”
Woíthwhüe Editorials ture,
bank employe will be ability of a trip to Portland Saturday. Mrs. Ef trip to Hot Springs much benefitted
quick draw and a straight shot.
fie Brown of Florence returned home by his stay there.
G. E. Parks, Editor and Publisher
Cashier Demarest of the Mt. Scott with them for a short visit.
Miss Helen Ernst was a guest at
Mr. Mellon and W ar
bank has these qualifications and Mrs. E. G. Hodgkiss of Portland the Otis Vallen home Friday night.
Published Weekly on Fridays at Estacada, Oregon la Mr. Mellon, secretary of the they
enabled him to save his bank. spent the week end with friends here There will be preaching service at
treasury, u pacifist? He publishes
Entered in the postoffice of Estacada, Oregon, as second class matter. the statement that out of every tlol He claims that deer hunting gave and also packed their remaining the church Sunday, February 5, by
him the training in the use of h household goods, preparatory to ship the Rev. J. E. Nelson. All are cor
lar expended by our government 83 rifle.
If this is so, banks should give ping them to their home in Portland. dially invited to attend Sunday
cashiers a vacation each year Mrs. Wilson and sons are moving school at 10 a. m., preaching at 11.
In other words, but for what wars their
In Clackamas County, one year, $1.50; Outside the county and in the have cost us, 17 cents out of every during the deer season, and pay their to Springwater this week.
A TTEN TIO N
sstate of Oregon, one year, $2; Outside the state of Oregon, one dollar received would run the govern expenses if they bag a deer. If hold
Diner guests at the Dan Stahl- It has been reported to us that
year, $2.50. Subscriptions are payable in advance.
ment. What a lot of things taxpay a great mortality among the holder necker home Sunday were Mr. and the American Legion was supporting
ers could have done and could still ups, this will prove the best cure for Mrs. M. Park, Mrs. E. G. Hodgkiss. a candidate in the News circulation
Donald Nelson and Miss Helen Ernst. campaign. This is a mistake. The
be doinR with those other 83 cents.
WONDER WHAT WOULD BE CORRECT
The following from Mr. Mellon will the practice.— Washougal Record.
A telephone meeting was held at post as an organization is not fa
be of interest to all who pay into the
school house Saturday night, the voring any candidate.
In opposing the reduction of the automobile license United
Will Roger* for President
following officers being elected: A
J. C. MORELAND, Commander
that Will Rogers, N.
fee to a flat rate of $3, the Oregon Voter sometime ago in taxes: States treasury these dollars thar Ttere whom is talk
Bogden, president; S. B. Brown,
PAUL J. HOLM, Adjutant
had figured out that it would be necessary to increase the "Tile most striking fact brought wittier man in any political party,
by a percentage of distribution may be drafted to run against Hiram
gas tax to 6 cents per gallon. The State Chamber of Com out
is the small fiscal importance of or Johnson
merce figured it would be necessary to go to a fraction dinary
for the United States senate.
expenditures. When the We thought
over 6 1-2 cents, and the Morning Oregonian now has it average civil citizen
was a democrat.
grumbles over the And we can’t Will
up to 7 1-2 cents.
size of his income tax payment he do lot do some choosing
It is possible that some of the politicians can show often
visualizes his heard-earned him. their bell wether in and
being spent by the govern presidential election. — Hood
convincing figures that it will require an 8 cent tax to get money
to compile reports on business Glacier.
sufficient money from the sale of gasoline to continue the or ment agricultural
We have a very nice line of Valentines; also dainty Napkins,'Doilies,
conditions, or to erect
Paper Cups, Place Cards, and Candles, for the Valentine party.
road program, but whatever they say about this has no public buildings,
Get your magazine for delightful party suggestions.
direct bearing on the matter that will be submitted to the abroad, carry on scientific
investiga There are two sides of the “patron
voters this fall.
or make and enforce laws. As
home industry” slogan. In order
However, the general opinion of the people in this tions,
a m atter of fact, only about one ize
for the customer to purchase the
of the taxpayer’s dollar goes home
community seems to be that the license fee should be re sixth
grown, home-made variety, the
into work of this sort, for all the home merchant
duced. It is a certainty that a more equitable system of multitudinous
must carry the home
taxation for road building can be devised than the one functions added together.”
made article in stock. Civic co-op
eration is an essential to community
now in use.
This condition, Mr. Mellon says growth
and industrial development.
very naturally w i l l continue
as long as people insist upon set — La Grande News.
OREGON FOR HERBERT HOOVER
tling their differences by war in
The presidential primary as now
There seems to be little doubt about Herbert Hoover’s stead of by arbitration.
conducted is a farce. The only way
strength in Oregon as a candidate for the republican nom
a nomination of this kind could
mean any thing would be to have a
Must R egister
ination for president. He will go into the convention with Did you You know
the laws of uniform primary compulsory in all
thre state’s delegation solidly behind him, without a doubt. Oregon have been sp that changed
it states.— Molalla Pioneer.
And Mr. Hoover will have a lot of other state delegations is now necessary that you be that
behind him, and it is very likely that he will win.
voter if you would cast youi It does not do much good to offer
Frank Lowden is the candidate that will go into the istered
ballot at any future elections? Such oaiga ns in a store, if people are not
now ind iced by advertising to conic and
convention with sufficient strength to worry the Hoover is until the we case. will It have will to not go be to long
the polls look at those values.— St. Helens
delegates, if anyone does. Frank, a great man, will never and
our choice of men or Mist.
be president in our opinion. If he develops the strength women express
at the primary election. No
his supporters hope and claim he will, Charlie Dawes will longer can you be sworn in and vote
be the nominee, and the next president-
It “behooves Oregon citizens, if they
be electors, to proceed about
Mr. Hoover is probably better acquainted with the a would
proper registration.— Hood . River
Pacific coast than either of the other men, and would Glacier.
probably be the first choice of all the western states. It
ELWOOD, Feb. 2.— (Special).;—
is rather amusing to watch the larger newspapers climb
A meeting was called Friday eve
onto the Hoover bandwagon just as quickly as tney see The cashier of the bank at Mt. association.
ning to organize a parent-teachers’
that he has the better chance for the nomination.
Scott, Portland, rose to the occasion Wm. Kaake and daughter, Miss
when his bank was held up by band Irene,
were business visitors in El-
its. Bank holdups are becoming in
creasingly numerous, and the polici
NO CAUSE FOR WORRY
seem unable to cope with the situa
There is always more or less worry connected with tion. ‘In spite of elaborate burglar
alarms, they too frequently arrive
money. Those of us who do not have it worry about get too
upon the scene.. A bank
Geo. L. Baker, Hon. Chm.
ting it, and those who have it are often put to a great deal must late depend
of worry in hanging on to it. In addition to this no little
Arthur B. Carlson, Secretary
EVANGELINE C. BOOTH
worry is brought out by the desire to make a jitney grow
Judge Jacob Kanzler
Commander U. S. Forces
where only a penny grew before.
Mrs. G. J. Frankel
L. V. Jenkins, Chief Police
Commissioner Western Ter.
In recent times there has come the warning that mon
MAJ. ALBERT BAYNTON
OREGON AND SOUTHERN IDAHO
ey carries germs. Germ experts even went so far as to
Rev. W. W. Youngson
D IV ISIO N A L HEADQUARTERS
demonstrate that a bank clerk’s occupation was particulai- From The E stacada Progress F ebru
MR. WORLD WAR VETERAN:—
ly hazardous because he handles so much money. But now
ary 3, 1916
This will be good news for you. You have inherited $6,500.00 by virtue of your War time
this dread has been dispelled. Two Illinois university ex
perts assure us that this danger has been greatly exagger Despite the snow and bad weather
Do you know that the United States Government in recognition of your War Time Service offers
than one hundred voters turned
ated. It seems that the metals from which coins are made more
to you absolutely FREE of any cost whatsoever, the following: FREE hospital care; FREE doctor’s
care; FREE surgical service; FREE nurses care; FREE .medicine; FREE physical examinations;
act as destroyers of bacteria.
FREE X-ray pictures; FREE electrical treatm ents FREE treatm ents for every known disease;
meeting of the year, which
This relieves us of the worry connected with the political
FRF1E ambulance service in case of accident or sickness; FREE meals, and F’REE room while in
was held in the Family theatre and
the hospital; F’RFiE railroad or auto transportation to government hospitals and FREE return trip
handling of money. The next thing for some expert to do addressed
by George C. Brownell of
home; F'REE and unlimited hospitalization.
is to tell us how we may be relieved of our worries in try Oregon City, a candidate for the
War for the rest of your life regard
ing to get hold of it.
less of whether of not your ailment or disability is incident to your
W ar Time Service.
ident of the George commercial and
If your sickness or disability is of service origin, then you will receive COMPENSATION in
varying amounts from $10 to $100 per month, according to the degree of your disability for the rest
social club Saturday night. A. II.
DEVELOPING A MARKET
of your life.
Miller was elected vice president;
The situation confronting the prune industry, as out Otto Jannsen, secretary, and Miss
In a lifetime, the above FREE government service would cost you approximately $5,000, but
you have inherited all this F’REE. if you wish further information, REMEMBER—
Howard treasurer. The house
lined by the county agent before the Community club Sarah
comprises Mrs. H. C.
Friday night, is alarming. It is easy to say that something committee
MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 13, 1928
Stephens, Fred Lins, and Henry
should be done, but what?
Johnson, with H. Joyner, Robert
you now have the privilege of securing $3,000 in cash from the state of Oregon
Possibly the marketing plan suggested by Mr. Ins- Miller, C. A. Johnson and Otto
to build or buy yourself a new home, secure farm property or use the $3,000 cash in your business,
keep could be worked out, but it would more than likely Paulsen as the executive committee.
or buy any other thing__that you might wish to if you had the $3,000. All bf this is offered to you
because of your War Time Service. If you wish all the particulars concerning this question,
the heavy snow a fire at
take a long time and considerable expense to develop a the But Viola for Douglass
market that would absorb the crop in this immediate vi night may have spread farm
to other build
MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 13, 1928
cinity. Once undertaken, the extent of the market would ings and caused considerable
depend considerably upon the quality of the product and The Clackamas Garage of damage.
Do you know that if you have lost the opportunity of securing your adjusted government COM
PENSATION in the form of a FREE paid up life insurance policy, with a value up to $1,687 in case
the service given.
da announce that they are receiving
of your death, that you may yet have that privilege re-established. For further information on this
This is a matter well worthy of the investigation of a cars. carload of Dodge and Chevrolet
the local business men’s organizations. Upon the devel J . ' V. Barr last week purchased
MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 13, 1928
opment of a dependable market rests the future of the the blacksmithing stock of Ed. Fol
prune growing industry in the Northwest, and, as the som and has added to his supply of
Do you know that as a World War Veteran you have a 10 per cent preferential on employment
in the Federal Civil Service.
speaker said, it is more important to retain present indus horse-shoes, nails, etc.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Sparks enter
tries than the creation of new ones.
Do you know that you are given preference in employment on State Public JVorks, because of
your war time service. Do you know that you are entitled to FREE funeral expenses and FREE
tained Monday evening a number of
headstones for your grave in the event of yourdeath.
friends at a whist party in honor of
Do you know that if you enlisted from another state in the union you may be entitled to other
A “winter homes” development proposition here next week for the East.
ought to appeal more to the people of Portland than a The county will collect in taxes
MR. EX-SERVICE MAN, we the undersigned believi that you should be thoroughly familiar
“summer homes” project, as those who have had occasion this year $819,318, according to fig
with every detail concerning the above named bem fits and OTHER benefits that every World War
Veteran is entitled to and in order that full infot mation may be imparted tq, you, you are hereby
by Assessor Jack.
to visit that city during the last few weeks will agree. The ures At compiled
commanded to appear at the
a meeting held a week ago in
weather has been fine here during the periods they were Cazadero
at Snyder’s store between
HIGH SCHOOL, GRESHAM, OREGON
wading through several inches of snow.
residents of Cazadero and Garfield
EVENING, FEBRUARY 13, 1928
the P. R. L. & P. company, steps
at 7:30 o'clock sharp at a monster MASS MEETING OF WORLD WAR VETERANS.
taken to open up a road from
Three Englishmen were held up and robbed in Paris were
NO ADMISSION FEE
EVERYBODY BRING A BUDDY
he Wagner corner in Garfield due
ly a masked iady bandit recently. Evidently they have south
in all the bene
changed their plan of attack since the war.
fits they are entitled to receive from the state and federal government and hasTthe endorsement of
nect with the Estacada road.
Hon. I. L. Patterson. Governor of Oregon; Major Albert E. Baynton, Divisional ’CVlltimander Salvation
An average of but one train a day
Army— Oregon; Judge John H. Stevenson, Red Cross, Portland.
and that from seven to twelve hours
. ts J
Any woman can keep a man guessing, particularly late has arrived from Portland here
H. C. STEPHENS, Maÿor ref Estacada.
Tuesday, with no eastern mail
when she begins making hand signals from the car ahead. since
A. G. AMES, President'Community Club.
in this‘week. Phone lines are down
(Paid for by the American Legion)
BRING YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS
and there is no means of communi-
*. ^¿4^' a jnan,calls Is his v. w iH
j better hlilf, when she is* c i an » ah l ortland or Oregon City
nor with Iht district? \ieart>y.
abolit DU pér cent of Un? fatuity.
Eastern Clackamas News
E stacada P h arm acy '
Closing Out Entire Stock of Second
1, 31-2 H.P. Gas Engine.
1, 5 H.P. Gas Engine
Some Good Ranges, Heating Stoves
Beds and Springs, Paints, Window
Glass and Other Second Hand
P ointers Furniture Exch’ng
Twelve Years Ago