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Eastern Clackamas News
EASTERN CIACRAMA9 NgWS, FRIDAY, jyN E 8, 1928
peace and quiet has been experienced, only to be followed
by recurring outbreaks of violence and lawlessness.
While present day conditions are bady enough, it
seems that on the whole they are better than those of the SHEET METAL WORKS, STORAGE, GAS, OILS
G. E. Parks, Editor and Publisher
past. There is more thought given to the relief of suffer
Richfield—More Power for the Same Price
Published Weekly on Fridays at “Estacada, Oregon ing, to the betterment of industrial conditions, to the pro MORE POWER FOR THE FOURTH OF JULY
Entered in the postoffice of Estacada, Oregon, as second class matter. tection of the helpless and to other humanitarian enter
prises than ever before.
Although the World war gave civilization a severe
recovery has been rapid and the ground lost is being
In Clackamas County, one year, $1.60; Outside the county and in the speedily regained. It must be remembered that war has
sstate of Oregon, one year, $2; Outside the state of Oregon, one marked the history of every generation of mankind, and
year, $2.50. Subscriptions are payable in advance.
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manifestation of human imperfection.
It is reasonable to believe that these will always ex j
WHERE MONEY COUNTS
Bob Gaines up in Seattle was convicted of murdering gle for mastery in the minds and hearts of men.
his daughter almost two years ago, and was sentenced to
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be hanged. Bob, however, is still alive, and probably
family were Sunday visitors at the
BEDS AND SPRINGS
will remain so for quite a while yet. His relatives were
W alter Shriner home.
Guaranteed 20 years; priced right
reported to be well to do, and his brother was a member
Claude Shriner is home after being
in Portland working for the last six
of the board of county commissioners at the time of Bob’s
at the Lone Fir cemetery.
Mr. and Mrs. Niles Holland went weeks
conviction, and is a pretty good politician.
SAMPLES. Be sure and
Taylor was at McMinnville
to Portland Sunday to attend the for Harold
Edward Hickman committed the most horrible crime graduation
a few days. He accompanied his
exercises of the 1928 father
of the century down in Los Angeles, was promptly tried class of nurses
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and convicted and sentenced to be executed, but a lot of itarium. Mrs. W at alter
Looney accom morning after being over on the coast
soft hearted people got busy, put up money for a fight, panied them and remained
over until the past week.
and now Hickman “may” pay the death penalty for Monday evening.
H. A. La Barre was up to
Mr. and Mrs. Atchley of Sell wood her Mrs.
in Garfield Monday.
the Frank Jones family on Rose Ann
The bootlegger king of Cincinnati killed his wife visited
Moreland was in Port
and was acquitted of the charge because he had money Carl Duus and family of Maupin land the past week visiting with her
enough to prove that he was insane.
near the Des Chutes river, accom grandparents.
and Mrs. H. L. Moreland were
And here in'Clackamas county a school teacher by panied by his sister, Mrs. W alter out Mr. Sunday
and visited with their
the name of C. V. Kilgore is accused of stealing a $5 set rinsville store Tuesday.
son J. C. Moreland and family.
of harness, is tried at a big expense to the county, and Mr. Palmateer, wife and children, Henry Anders and sons Byron and
At grocers, druggists,
hardware, departm ent
an expense to the accused said to amount to more than of lone, ar veisiting Mr. and Mrs. Leonard and daughter Helen were
and Standaid Oil
up to Stayton, Ore., visiting with
Service Stations. Packed
a thousand dollars, without a conviction. And now it is John Githens, Mrs. Palmateer’s par all
in kits (with improved
sprayer), pints, quarts,
announced that Kilgore will be tried again.
ents. Mr. Palmateer reports fine end.
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for a good wheat crop this The Christian Endeavor of the
If Kilgore is guilty he has all ready been punished prospects
year if the season continues favor Nora Memorial church in Garfield
far more for his crime than the punishment ordinarily able.
meted out for a similar crime. If he is innocent, which C. W. Fuller and Lee McKenzie on Sunday evening. June 10, will be
by Harry Jerome. The subject
at least some of those evidently believed who heard the shipped a load of hogs to the Port led
“The Christian Endeavor as Seen
evidence, Kilgore is a very unfortunate man.
R EFR IG E R A T O R S ...
land market Tuesday on the Currins- in is Other
Lands.” Everybody welcome
If some of the efforts being made to punish a crime ville store truck.
Mrs. Minnie Eash has been quite
Warm weather is with us now and if you are contem- ¿
hauled some sand poorly
such as this were diverted to the task of convicting some this The week store for truck
the past week, we are sorry to
buying a refrigerator, come in and see the
of the poachers who are unlawfully taking fish from the brother, Robert Currin. This was report.
have in stock. We have two sizes, 50-lb.
and Mrs. O. A. Phillips called
streams of Clackamas county, there probably would be for a top dressing for the family lot on Mr.
60-lb. top icer. These are as good as
more convictions and less poaching.
in the cemetery at Estacada.
Baked white enamel lining, New
Most of the farmers who have a
Rainier, Ore., attending the state
exterior with cork insullation. Come
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few days off on farming are helping at
convention which is in session
these over; the price is right.
the I'oad supervisor, Lester Hale, on grange
Since Decoration Day has come and gone again, the the road this week. They are taking Garfield Grange meets on July 7
cemeteries have been cleaned up and really look inviting. up some of the old plank and putting in the evening. The meetings will be “Buy your Hardware at the Hardware Store”
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KILLS insects by
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Some of our friends are such good fellows that we
can almost forgive them for having such fool notions about
religion and politics.
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A Maine woman, 106 years old, attributes her long
life to the fact that she has always minded her own busi
ness. What a terrible price to pay!
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Goitre is said to be becoming more prevalent among
young women. Perhaps another argument against neck
Clyde McCoy says he has the finest
market garden he has ever had. He
has 10 acres in early spuds that are
now in bloom. He also has 10 acres
in early corn besides the other small
vegetables. He has one and one-half
miles of the finest, w aterfront on the
Clackamas, a real beauty spot. Only
those who have seen this farm can
imagine what it is like.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Jones were vis
iting Mrs. Elva Looney Tuesday eve
Neighbors, leave items at the Cur-
rinsville store if you wish them to
go to your friends. Remember the
Eastern Clackamas News goes to
many states and people are always
glad to read these items.
If A1 Smith is nominated at Houston we wonder if
the democrats will try to make “Tammany” the popular
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campaign song of the year.
Up in New York they are interested In something
that will be more than one-half of one per cent, but down
in Houston A1 will have to get sixty-six and two-thirds
An effective test for corn whiskey is recommended.
Place a ten penny nail in the liquor and leave it for a day.
If the nail comes out rusty, it is fit to drink. If it becomes
bent in the middle you had better leave it alone.—Rolls
County (Missouri) Record.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Woodle, Edward
Chapman and Mr^. Linnie Gibson
were Oregon City visitors Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Douglass and
son Quentin made a trip to Portland
The farewell party given in honor
of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Duus at the
grange hall last Saturday night was
well attended, about one hundred and
twenty-five being present. Every
body seemed to enjoy themselves.
Music was furnished by Frank Mar
shall and Mrs. Ben Dodson. A lunch
eon consisting of Dixies, cake and
coffe was served. Mr. and Mrs. Duus
will be greatly missed by Eagle
Creek grange. They have been mem
bers for a long time and were very
faithful. Mr. Duug is now the master
of Eagle Creek grange and Mrs. Duus
is the staff leader.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Douglass and
children Reva and Quentin Douglass,
accompanied by Edward Chapman
and Mrs. Linnie Gibson motored out
to Will Bell’s Sunday and spent the
held in the evening once a month
until fall on account of the busy
“The Winchester Store”
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Richard Schumann, for over twen
ty years a resident of Barton, passed
away at the St. Vincent’s hospital
last Tuesday morning from the result
of a fractured skull obtained when
he was struck by an automobile on
the Hawthorne bridge. He sold his
farm here only a short while ago
and moved to Portland to make his
home. He has no relatives living in
the United States.
John McCracken of Portland vis
ited at the home of his daughter,
Mrs. E. D. Wilson, over the week
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wolfe and
daughter Virginia were visitors at
the Brown home recently.
Several of the young people from
Barton attended the Oregon National
guard sham battle at Clackamas on
The Barton people are busy har
vesting and canning strawberries.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Zink and
small son visited at the Odell home
Martha Whitehead is picking straw
berries at the Ross Wallace place.
Miss Lenora Hurst of Portland was
a guest at the home of Hazel Re-
George and Martha Whitehead
were in Estacada Friday where
George had the stitches in his knee
Miss Adeline Pedersen returned to
her home here after a week’s visit
with her sister, Mrs. Gus Whitehead
of Bridal Veil.
Mrs. Kate Alley is clerking at the
L. M. Pederson store.
George Brown is working for O.
The News, with more than six hundred subscribers
and more than three thousands readers in what is logically
the trade territory of Estacada, this paper offers an adver
tising medium to the merchants of this town, superior to
that to be found in any similar community in this or in
any state. The News will carry your message to at least
90 per cent of every customer or potential customer of
your store. If you give this matter a little thought you
will readily decide that you can’t afford to not use the
advertising columns of the News.
WALTER STRUNK INJURED
WHILE WORKING ON ROAD
ARE WE WORSE OR BETTER?
W alter Strunk, while working on
Recently we heard of a pastor who began his sermon
the road in the Springwater district
with a statement which sounds quite familiar. He said: Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Newman are Monday, was struck on the jaw by
parents of a little son weighing the johnson bar of a fresno scraper
“There is lawlessness everywhere. Children no the
6 pounds. Mother and baby doing and was quite badly injured. He
longer obey their parents. It is evident that the end of fine.
The Newmans live on the J. J. | was unconscious for some time and
things is at hand,”
almost blind for several hours.
Davis place in Garfield.
Then the preacher told his congregation that the Mr. ai d H ll Ed. lluhart of Mar-1 was
He was brought into town Tuesday
words were not original with him, nor even an utterance quam. Ore., were over to visit Mrs. morning for treatm ent and is expect
Hobart's sister and nephew, Mrs. ed to be able to go back to work
of the present day, but that they had been translated from George
within a week or two.
an inscription found among ruins in ancient Assyria, dat Ruth Dart
ing centuries before the time of the patriarch Abraham. Roy Still who is convalescing from an An especially good children’s day
Throughout all recorded history are evidences that operation for goitre. She was at the program will be held at the Eagle
such pessimism has existed from time to time as to the Good Samaritan hospital in Portland. Creek church Sunday, June 10 at
future of the race. Now and then an era of comparative Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lemon and 8:00 p. m.
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Friday and Saturday, June 8 and 9—
Fred Thompson, with his white horse “Silevr
“THE TOUGH GUY”
Our Gang Comedy, “Baby Clothes.”
Sunday and Monday, June 10 and 11—
Bebe Daniels in—
“STRANDED IN PARIS”
Don’t miss this big farce comedy.
Pathe News Reel.
Wednesday and Thursday, June 12 and 13—
“NO CONTROL WITH”
With H?.rri"on Ford and Phyllis Haver. Pathe
Comedy, “A Yankee Doodle Duke.”
Friday and Saturday, June 14 and 15—
Red Grange in
“THE RACING ROMEO”
With Jobyna Ralston, Walter Hiers and Trixie
Friganza. Comedy, “Sugar Daddies.”
July 1, 2 and 3—Harold Lloyd in “SPEEDY”
Admission: Adults, 25c; Children under 14, 10c