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Eastern Clackamas News
FA TEKM CLACKAMAS NEWS, FRIDAY, APRIL 2?, 1928.
ADVANCE OF MEDICINE
Dr. Charles H. Mayo, world-renowned surgeon of I
Minn., is quoted as saying that medical knowl- y *
G. E. Parks, Editor and Publisher
edge of the underlying causes of disease has advanced The spraying time is here. Now is the time to do your
more during the last 25 years than in the preceding 25 spraying. We carry a complete line of sprayers, in
Published Weekly on Fridays at Estacada, Oregon centuries.
cluding the Hudson Junior 2 gal. force sprayer and
Entered in the postoffice of Estacada, Oregon, as second class matter.
This is a strong statement, but if the doctor had gone the force trombone. Also the Hudson sprayer with
back a few years farther to include the discoveries of Wal the glass jar container at 6 5 ( ‘. No pail to rust or
ier Reed and others in connection with infectious diseases get out of order. Como in and look over our stock
while it is complete.
In Ciackumas County, one year, $1.60; Outside the county and in the t might be accepted as literally true.
Recent advances in surgery have been even more re Buy Your HARDWARE at the HARDWARE Store
estate of Oregon, one year, $2; Outside the state of Oregon, one
year, $2.5U. Subscriptions ure payable in advance.
markable than those in medicine, and have been tremen
S. & S. HARDWARE
ously aided by the X-ray, improved anesthetics and more
G a m e a n d Fish D e p e n d on F o re st a n d S tre am . F ire ru in s both
PLAN TO FIGHT $3 AUTO LICENSE FEE
H u n tin g a n d Fishing.
There are still many diseases which have so far baf
The meeting held in Portland a few days ago to or
of the recent past it is reasonable to expect
ganize good road enthusiasts for the purpose of saving complishments
may ultimately yield to human science
the road program was undecided as to whether they ought and skill.
to submit a counter proposition, or simply oppose the pro
and is very much interested in any
posed $3 auto license fee.
thing of that sort.
Several of those present seemed to think that if a plan
The P. T. A. held their regular
was agreed upon to reduce the present fee according to
meeting last Thursday at the Reh-
the age and value of the car, there would be a far greater Ben Blalsdell’s and Mr. W eber’s berg home. A very successful meet Friday and Saturday, April 27 and 28—
was reported. President Mrs
chance to save the road building program.
business trip to Salem Friday almost ing
Rehberg appointed a refreshment
in a catastrophe. When near committee,
with Virginia Lee Corbin
Oregon needs money for roads and will continue to ended
H. C. Glover, Mrs
ing the railroad crossing on the re- Sildie, and Mrs.
and Maud Fulton.
need it in large amounts for many years to come, in addi tum
Ben Blaisdell. A
journey both were apparently program is to Mrs.
tion to the large sum required annually to retire the bonds -o absent
minded they failed to no- in May which will be handled by Miss
issued to build the roads we now have.
OUJ O p in ci a lai
u train which held
and Miss Haysany.
ion, the proposition being submitted this year will go over1 he right of way. Weber awoke first Barnett
The Misses Moloney entertained
by a big majority, unless some compromise is submitted and shouted just in time for Ben to Beulah
Barnett, Flora Haysany, Her Sunday and Monday, April 29 and 30—
by those opposed to the bill.
dal" on the brakes. Due to the sud- bert Suter
and Paul Forrester with
William Haines in
111 the state Ot Washington the 1. cense lee is lowet ¡hpy landed safely and unhurt in the a chicken dinner last Sunday.
“THE SMART SET”
Mi. and Mrs. E. R. Johnson came
than in Oregon, but with the property tax added, the titch.
Holt, Alice Day, Hobart Bosworth.
from Tacoma, Wash., Sunday to visit
cost to the operator is near the same. In some instances| o u t driving one day last week Dan their
drama. Also Pathe News and
daughter, Mrs. Ford. Mrs. John
it costs more to own and operate an auto in that state than Kinley had the misfortune of break- son returned
Mut and Jeff cartoons.
Monday, Mrs. Johnson
lit does in Oregon. There is not half the objections to the: ;'iK ,tlh‘" "'indshield *" the °ld 1,zzie- remaining over till next Monday when
system in Washington that there is in this state, Because ,lition of the roads. „ ,hat is ao> her daughter will accompany her to
ail the* tax does not have to be paid at one time. f ue li- which we have no reason to doubt, Tacoma.
Wednesday and Thursday, May 2 and 3—
Mrs. Kellogg was called to Wallace
cense fee is due the first of the year and the property tax ¡¡t would not be safe to take the lady Idaho,
Lon Chaney in
the first of May.
Ithat Henry has made out of lizzie ter having taken suddenly ill with
“LONDON AFTER MIDNIGHT”
If some similar plan can be worked out here it will :"uL"n,*uc,h roads afte1' dark-
Marceline Day and Conrad Nagel. A big
make it much easier to continue the road building program , has a new derk and deliVery boy, who
play. Also “Casey of the Coast Guard”
lean also clean windshields so you can
As the matter stands now, the $ 3 auto license fee will see through them without spectacles, UPPER EAGLE CREEK
His system is rubbing so hard that
be adopted by the voters, most emphatically, if the writer the
Friday and Saturday, May 4 and 5—
glass disapears altogether.
is any judge of public sentiment.
“THE THIRTEENTH HOUR”
If the gas tax could be increased to make up the de Orchard, is very busy these days with and Mrs. William Douglass and Mrs
Barrymore and Jacqueim Gadsdon.
ficiency, that would be the most equitable system of meet the care of his orchard. The pros Linnie Gibson were Sunday guests of
play with lots of action. Comedy,
ing the situation, but the voters would never I H approve
a pects for a bumper crop again this
Bell of S tndyridff.
“What Every Iceman Knows.”
gas tax of six cents per gallon. Some compromise
should ¡ year are very promising. The major | Mr. Mrs and E Mrs. s Will
Hall, accompanied by
and must be agreed upon if the road funds are to be kept ¡.art
of tho best orchards ln th is ;Mrs. Linnie Gibson, motored to Cor-
of the state. His assistant, Dan j
Friday afternoon bringing home
Admission: Adults, 25c; Children under 14, 10c
Kintey, is also doing his part in caring her .laughter Katherine Hall, who is
for the trees, but is handicapped on teaching at Corbett, to spend the
account of household cares, which week end.
takes up much of his time. But if The Eagle Creek grange met Satur
the crop is as good as the promises, day at the hall, 34 members being
THE BIG FIGHT OF 1928
j he thinks he will get a good cook to present. The May picnic committee
Present indications are that the republican national! help him out.
is making plans for a pleasant time
convention this year will be practically a repetition o f i b . F. Forrester, one of the prosper- to be enjoyed by all who attend. The
that convention held eight years ago. Gen. Leonard :,,us farmers of the community, is hav- date is May 19.
There were two visitors from Gar
Wood went into that convention with more instructed!”’8 old
and it Paul
the field, Mrs. Betty I. Weatherby and
delegates than any . other candidate. Frank Lowden was I ¡the
land to be plowed as soon as the Mrs. Mary Robertson. Four new
not far behind him, and every possible effort was put weather
permits. Mr. Forrester has members were admitted, Mr. and Mrs.
are being driven from 2 to 72 miles per hour in high =
forth to nominate Wood without success, and then the ¡learned that hard work and fertilizers R. H. Miller of Woodburn and Mr. == _ gear
and from dead stop to 50 miles per hour in one [|s
N. R. Holland of McCoy.
Lowden delegates made a supreme effort to nominate ■ such a» old rotten straw will pay good and Mrs. Mrs. Hattie
bloc* k distance.
Clester was a guest for
their man without success. The result was the nomina- 1‘-turns
lor the labor, instead of burn
^ As k anyone about town who has rode in one, or§E
tion of Warren G. Harding, a dark horse.
T. M. Clester.
come in and see for yourself how far they excel all =E
Herbert Hoover and Mr. Lowden today have some practice.
Eagle Creek now has a garage Mr. and Mrs. Ray Woodle and son =
others in the four class, and most of the sixes. =
where near the same number of delegates to the conven which
is a boon for Eagle Creek Leslie were dinner guests of Mr. and =
tion, and it is possible that Mr. Hoover may gain a suffi folks and it is hoped that they will Mrs. Roy Claude
Douglass sold some grain to
the fact and give the
cient number to nominate him. We think it doubtful. all appreciate
garage any work they may have. U. S. Morgan last week, taking over
In fact, the News does not believe that either Hoover or new
three truck loads.
Lowden will ever be nominated, and,
, as in 1920, a dark I more interested in your welfare than Mr. and Mrs. Roy Douglass and
horse will win. And we are guessing that man will be ¡ anv ,,iact. outside could be.
children were guests of Mr. and Mrs. =
Auto Repairs Since Autos Were Made
C harlie Dawes.
I E. N. Foster, who has been sick for George Preister of Logan Sunday.
The farmers of the country prefer Lowden to Hoover, several days with the old trouble, is
able to be out again and is plan
and Dawes, or any number of possible candidates to the now
ning for the melon patch. He de
present secretary of commerce. It is an interesting con lights
test, all right, and the final outcome is going to remain i n [ ^ ren in raising
and they watermelons
are not all for 9chool
doubt until the convention meets, that s certain. We d o|kids, either. Mr. Foster can sure Mark Pagh expects to cut a car
hope that if it is either of the two men it will be the gen- raise the best juicy melons in this of ties this week as he is averaging
tleman from Illinois, Mr. Lowden.
! part of th« country, and ail the neigh- five thousand feet a day. Jo Dusen-
Ibors can testify to that. Yum! Yum!
Spray 1 ime
, <t n4n
I-Iio n o c i a t a n t
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berger has been acting as engineer
Some few weeks ago the local part of the time.
weather prophet, James Rush, predict- Elmer Pagh has just finished some
S c ie n tis ts te ll u s t h a t f if ty m illio n e l e c t r o n s c a n s i t
I £ £
U m iT
Oil th e p o in t of a p m . G o s h , m o s t e v e r y o n e k n o w s tr o m as usual he was right. It snowed. has set the incubator this spring. Lo-
p e r s o n a l e x p e r ie n c e t h a t a p in is n o t a c o m f r o t a b l e seat Let us hope that he will predict f a i r cal orders have amount ed to ail he
fo r ju s t one.
has cared to hatch.
Ernest Hoffmeister drove down to! Quite a number from here attend-
; the village store Monday evening, a ed the junoir play, “Cyclone Sally”
very unusual occurrence, and pur- at the Sandy high school Friday eve-
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chased a supply of nails to do a lot of ining. One Dover girl was a member
fashion says that skirts aie to be two inches below repairs around the ranch. Ernest is iof the cast and two others were con-
the knee, but skirts and taxes are somewhat alike, and we one of those men who likes to have nected with the business side of the
all know how hard it is to lower taxes. Des Moines everything done right. He is also production.
doing the yarding out of telephone; Mrs. T. c . Waite returned to her
¡poles for John W. Wheeler, and is j home in K rtlan d Sunday after a
very much elated over the fact that ! week’s visit with her daughter, Mrs.
John has promised him a fine new set | Ra)ph DeShazer and family.
Moore, the fire warden, was
If some one can invent in the way of platform timbei Mr and Mrs. George WT. Duncan out Frank
this way last week giving advice
a plank that will look dry to the drys and wet to wets, ho Mrs. J. E. Stockley and Mrs. Emma ¡about the removal of various fire
could sell it for a fortune to both the democratic and re- of Thon,ns
“*> of this whom
lived a number hazards around the mills
years in in thi®
now ° of f | Mr. and Mrs. Raymond DeShazer
¡Portland, called on Mrs. William | of Eagle Creek spent Sunday after-
¡Saunders Sunday. It is just impossi- j noon with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
| hie for George Duncan to stay away ¡Joseph DeShazer.
from Eagle Creek. He says it is o ne! Herbert Udell has recently gone to
There is at least one consolation in having enemies. ,f >1“- finest place* he ever struck. work for the Bruns Lumber company.
They do not pester one w ith a lot of unwelcome advice. Innt
ov*r|°‘>king the fact
he has There will be no services at the
: pent some time in sunny California, church until May 13, as Rev. Cook
James Rush and son Dick drove to i comes on the second and fourth Sun-
j Oregon City Saturday to see the pa- days. Inasmuch as that is Mother’s
j i i i _
cade in honor of Quality Girl, cham- Day he urged that every effort be
It is said that the little rod school house IS passing. , pion jersey cow. Rush is one of the put forth to have every mother in the
We WOllller if any one ever really saw one painted red. l»heep and dairymen of Eagle C reek 1 community present.
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