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Eastern Clackamas N ews
G. E. Parks, Editor and Publisher
Published Weekly on Fridays at Estaeada, Oregon
EASTERN CLACKAMAS NEWS, FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1928
on a 15-day leave. Franklyn says he j
likes the navy fine but is glad to be
home for a while.
Milburn Whitehead, who is also a
Buying home products helps your community,
sailor, is expected home soon on a
and, naturally, helps you. Our bread is sold
the following stores Ask for it:
John Hickman arrived here a week
T he P e o p le ’s S to re , Ellis* C ash G ro c ery , E sta e a d a F eed S to re,
ago from Idaho. He is clerking at
M a rc h b a n k ’s C o n fe c tio n e ry , M odel S u p p ly C o., L ovelace & L ovelace,
the Burkhardt store.
U n d erw o o d G ro c ery , L in n 's In n .
Mr. and Mrs. 11. N. Schminky and
Miss Susie Lounsbury, all of Port
land, were dinner guests at the
Brown home last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Forman and
Till were callers at the Bowie home
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The Women’s Good Will club met
at the home of Mrs. Bee Wallace
Thursday. A good time was enjoyed
by those present.
Harvey Brown is helping his father
and uncle on the telephone line.
Mrs. L. S. Rivers and children vis | New and Used Furniture, Crescent Beds and Springs |
ited M argaret Brown last week and
Miller’s Wall Paper
all went for a swim in Deep creek.
Mr. and Mrs. Fenske and son Mel
vin and Miss Martha Whitehead en 2 P A B C O S H IN G L E S go on o v er y o u r old shingles, o r new ro o f— ::
joyed a delightful trip around the
S am p les a n d p rices a t th e S to re .
Mt. Hood Loop Sunday.
Wilbur Looney, who came home
from the hospital Wednesday of last
was not so well Sunday. Dr.
Entered in the postoffice of Estaeada, Oregon, as second class matter. | week,
Adix of Gresham thouKht best to
have him come over for an examina
In Clackamas County, one year, $1.50; Outside the county and in the Mr. and Mrs. Earl Thompkins and
sstate of Oregon, one year, $2; Outside the state of Oregon, one family of Portland and Mrs. Ray
year, $2.50. Subscriptions are payable in advance.
Clark and daughters of Walla Walla
visited at the home of Elmer Thomp
WANT CATHOLICS TO VOTE FOR SMITH
Frank Jones took Wilbur Looney
Monday, and it was
W. D. Jamieson, democrat, former congressman from to found Gresham
that the incision had healed
Iowa, writing from Washington, D. C., says:
too quickly and he was returned to
“Some time ago I went to a funeral mass said for a the
at Portland Tuesday.
dear Catholic friend of mine. Last Sunday the same J. hospital
Fiskc of Portland was calling
priest, same church, devoted his entire sermon to A1 on his friends in Currinsville Tues
Smith and the campaign; he talked of Smith being the day. A rthur Smith made the trip
greatest man in the country today; should he be elected to Mrs.
Portland Tuesday with Floyd
it would mean more to the Catholic religion than any one Ewalt.
thing heretofore; bigotry would be forgotten; he wanted Miss Ethel Hale and friend (a
former teacher of the Currinsville
every Catholic to be able to answer all o.uestions asked by school)
non-Catholics relating to the Pope coming to this country Lou Hale. spent the week end with Mrs.
to rule; it seemed an act of Providence that a Catholic Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Richards and
should be nominated for president, and would no doubt Shirley were out to the old home
rule the nation; every Catholic should vote for Smith re place Sunday and had the balance of
their household goods hauled to Port
gardless of politics.
“Of course this priest was in dead earnest, but these land II. Monday.
B. Stowell and family have Mr. and Mrs. Webb Roberts are re
are the very things that will start up the fires of religious moved
ceiving the congratulations of their
controversy. My Catholic friends, let me beg of you to Mrs. away
Ben Forrester was shopping many friends upon the arrival of a
watch your step—don’t start this damnable thing going." in Currinsville Saturday.
nine-pound boy. Wallace
The News does not believe the religious question Mrs. N. D. Bowen and son Cecil husky
Webster arrived at the Timmerman
left here Saturday morning hospital in Gresham July 5.
should or will have any great bearing on the presidential Wright
for Graham, Mont., where they will A joyous reunion of relatives and
campaign. Al. will get the electoral votes from New visit
two weeks and will old friends was held in Portland on
York and the solid South, and that’s all. Hoover will be then go relatives
to McKinney, Texas, for a Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
elected president, not because he is a protestant, but be visit with relatives and friends, and Arlie Rhodes in Sellwood. Those
cause he is the better qualified man for the office.
then will go to their old home in present were Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Tennessee. They expect to be gone DeShazer of Dilly, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Cophammer and little son of Ver-
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nonia, Mr. and Mrs. Paul DeShazer
and Paul Junior of Vernonia, Mr.
LAWS AND LAWYERS
and Mrs. F. M. Sutford of Portland,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph DeShazer, Mr.
Taken man for man, it is probable that the lawyers
Mrs. Ralph DeShazer of Eagle
of the country illustrate as high a type of citizenship as can Mr. and Mrs. Gus Whitehead spent and
Mr. and Mrs. W alter Kitz-
be found in the ranks of any other profession or calling. several days visiting friends in Wash Creek,
miller and four children of Oregon
It is not, therefore, the purpose of this article to cast any ington last week.
and Miss Florence DeShazer
reflections upon lawyers, collectively or individually, so Franklyn Gibson, son of Harvey of City, Firwood,
and the host and hostess
Gibson, of the U. S. Navy, is home and their little son Franklyn.
far as their integrity is concerned.
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It is nevertheless true that the lawyers are in the main
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is burdened today, as well as for the dilatory tactics ex
hibited by the courts of high and low degree.
Some time ago the Illinois Bar association declared
that “the subject of law reform is technical and the law
yers must deal with it, yet they do nothing, or are hope
S. & S. HARDWARE
lessly divided.” No less authority than Chief Justice W.
H. Taft condemned the present system of criminal pro
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cedure of the country. A similar expression was made in
a resolution of the American Bar association.
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Congress and state legislatures are dominated by
lawyers; all laws are framed by lawyers ( many of them
to be later declared unconstitutional by other lawyers
“AT YOUR SERVICE”
acting in the capacity of judges); all court procedure is i
established by lawyers—yet the highest authorities among ;
them admit they have made a sorry mess of it all.
What is the remedy? We don’t know. Ask a i
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Big earthworms are swallowed alive by singing girls
of Japan, thinking that they will have a good effect upon
the quality of their voices. Evidently trying to be birds.
Ex-Kaiser Bill is quoted as saying that America is
Friday and Saturday, July 20 and 21—
master of the world. The trouble with Bill seems to be
“THE CRUISE OF THE HELLION”
that he doesn’t think soon enough.
With Tom Santchi, Edna Murphy, Donald Keith
and Sheldon Lewis. Comedy, “Oh Winnie Be
At last the people should know what Cal Coolidgej
meant when he said “I do not choose to run.”
Sunday and Monday, July 22 and 23—
Lois Wilson and George K. Arthur in
more people are using electricity and
“THE GINGHAM GIRL”
ALL the people are using MORE elec
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Wednesday and Thursday, July 25 and 26—
Charlie Chaplin in
Comedy, Mickey McGuire in ‘Mickey’s Parade.’
Friday and Saturday, July 27 and 28—
Tim McCoye in
“SPOILERS OF THE WEST”
Our Gang comedy, “Yale vs. Harvard.”
Admission: Adults, 25c; Children under 14, 10c