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C LACKAM AS
N EW S. F R ID A Y
MAGGIE AND JIGGS
FRIENDS AID FORTUNE
NOW ON THE SCREEN WINNER BEAT SHARKS
Form Lucky Man Into Lim
ited Liability Company.
FOR S A L E — Shropshear buck, good
J. A. Witching, Estacada.
America's funniest famous fam ily, |
the Jiggs o f comic strip renown, will
bring their riotous squabbles and re
conciliations to the Liberty Theatre
Friday and Saturday o f this week,
when Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer presents
them on the screen in a Cosmopolitan
production, entitled, “ Bringing up
It is a rollicking comedy,
which was substituted for the above
date fo r “ Man, Woman and Sin," and
brings to film audiences the popular
femule comedy team, Polly Moran and
Marie Dressier, who are warranted
to be even funnier in this picture
than they were in the “ Callahans and
The picture is a literal adaptation
o f George McManus' famous car
Polly Moran plays Maggie,
the redoubtable w ife of Jiggs, and
Dressier takes the role o f
Mts. Dinty Moore. J. Farrell Mac
Donald, well known character actor,
Gertrude Olmstead, who
came to the screen by way o f a beau
ty contest, is the Jigges’ beautiful
The picture is said to be one long
gu ffa w from beginning to end.
begins when the Jigges, steerage pas
sengers from old Dublin, arrive in
Am erica in company with the Dinty
Moores, and takes them up to the
time they attempt to high hat their
corn-beef-and-cabbage origin in their
entertainment o f nobility at a Lone
Island show place. I f you don’t want
to laugh till your sides hurt, better
"B rin gin g
B A R TO N
Milburn Whitehead le ft to rejoin
the navy Saturday morning. He was
accompanied by his brother and
w ife, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Whitehead,
as far as Seattle.
Mr. Brown and daughter M argaret
spent Sunday picking huckleberries
above Government Camp. They re
turned with five gallons.
Miss Martha Whitehead o f Barton,
M arjorie Price, Kenneth Wallen and
Melvin Fenske o f Portland motored
to Vancouver Sunday.
The Good W ill club will meet at
the home o f Mrs. Marie Gibson on
Miss Alice Udell is at home after
an absence o f over three months.
Alice has been working at the home
o f her sister near Salem.
Prayer meetings will be held each
Thursday night at the church, again.
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Bailey have
sold their home here and are moving
this week to Portland.
A number o f Barton people are
planning to go to Camas, Wash., on
a picnic at the Frank G u ffrett farm,
A fg h a n » F ond o f B utter
The food of the Afghans is very sim
ilar to our own, hut it Is cooked In
a different way. for quantities of but
ter are used In preparing almost
The favorite dish, which
Is known In many of the countries
near Afghanistan, is called polao, and
consists of meat, butter and rice, to
which various spices are added.
Loudon.—Tulcs of those who lose
ut gambling are seldom heard unless
they tuke to crime or commit suicide
as a result of their losses. Big win
ners at gumhltng Hath across the
pewspuper horizon for a day or two
and are soon forgotten, but the news
paper reader often wonders what the
big winners do with their easily-gained
fortunes. Do they blow them in quick
ly In riotous living, or do they suve
and usefully Invest the mouey?
Now that the season is at hand
when every true born Briton has a
ticket In some sweepstake the Lon
don Dully Mail has looked up some of
the men und women who struck It
luckily In recent years. The investi
gation has revealed that so far as cun
he fouud, the pust winners have uot
become wild spendthrifts by their
good luck, but have thoughtfully used
their mouey where It would do the
Keeps Off Sharks.
William Kilputrick, the Capetowu
deutul mechanic, formerly of Leeds,
who won $300,000 In the Calcutta
sweep lust year, has Just returned to
Miluthorpe, Westmoreland, where bis
mother and sweetheart live. He is to
be married In July. He visited Miln-
thorpe soon after his success, hut re
turned to Cupetown In the autumn.
Immediately It was known that he
wur the winner last year friends In
Capetown formed him into a limited
liability compuny, so that his good
uaturg could not he worked upon by
shark? or anybody else. He settled on
, his mother and sisters at Mllnthorpe
a sum sufficient to briug them in a
comfortable Income. He also bought
them a house und a motor car.
He established and endowed a soup
kitchen to Capetown, where he Intends
to make Ids home.
.Tamer Strung of Pollok street, Glus
gow, who won $36,000 with a $25
treble at lust year’s Derby, told a 're
porter that he Rnd Invested the money
very profitably. He has continued In
Ids occupation as a traveler for a
Arm of wholesale drapers In Glasgow.
Part Owner of Ticket.
Mrs. Ford, part owner of a ticket
which won a little over $150,000 In the
Derby sweepstake organized at Otle.v
in 1023. still lives In her modest home
in Pembroke street, Sklpton, York
shire. Mrs. Ford had a quarter-share
of a $2.50 ticket, half a chare was
owned hy her mother, Mrs. Hodgson,
who has since died, and the other
quarter was in the name of a Mrs.
Griffin, who was engaged as a cook In
a Sklpton coffee house. Mrs. Hodgson
distributed most of her $75,000 among
EOR S A LE — Team o f horses, cheap.
See them any evening. Raymond
DeShazer, Eagle Creek.
G ET Y O U R E A R L Y C R A W FO R D
Peaches for canning at the Carver
Auto Park. W ill lie ripe August
15 and after.
FOR S A L E — Four foot cord wood,
second growth, $4.50 delivered in
Joe Nicholson, Phone
Rem arkable G e y te r»
Rotorua, N. 7 ... Is famed for Its
valleys of geysers. These are utilised
by the native Maoris for cooking,
washing, boiling their kettles, etc. In
certain places ln*the Walrakel valley
front can he pulled from one pool and
cooked In an adjacent one.
Rule fo r S u cc e ss
To succeed you must be right most
o f the time. And to be right most of
the time you must aim to be right all
of the time
Vou must not only as
sure the world, you must satisfy your
self In this matter.—Grtt.
C A L L FOR BIDS
Bids will be received fo r bus trans
portation o f high school students to
and from school. District No. 108,
Clackamas County, Estacada, Oregon
up to and including August 26, to
7 p. m. There will be 30 students
more or less. Route, via Springwater
to Carver to Eagle Creek and Esta
cada. The route is 30 miles in length
By order o f Board o f Directors,
District No. 108.
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WM . D A LE , Clerk.
Scorn is matter deeper than speech
or action. A scornful man has no
respect fo r God or man. The springs
o f his life are poisoned. His heart is j
The scornful man is contemptou
o f his fellow men. Nothing in the
lives o f others is sacred to him. Very
often he asserts that he has ‘seen life ’
when what he has seen ig death. How
differen t the Savior! He knew the
worst and yet he believed in the best.
Jesus saw, not so much what men
and women were, but what they
Each and every form o f scorn has
its common penalty in a seared soul.
Cynicism o f ail kinds takes its toll
o f the stu ff o f the soul. The man or
woman who finds it eating its insid
ious way into the life must pause and
ask whither it is leading them. There
is n o e f f e c t i v e c u r e f o r it but a
M. J. B. C O F F E E
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Milk is going up—
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B IS C U IT
Fine with peaches
“Ev’r-Kool” Straw Hats, Rain proofed, Sun Visored, Ladies’ or Men’s 69c^
C A L L A N D SEE O U R N E W S T O R E — H E L P O U R S E L F S T Y L E
B A R G A IN S E V E R Y D A Y
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables, Melons on Ice
T housands of M en
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ONLY I in
CAN HAVE IT
Dr. W . W . Rhode.
O ST E O P AT HIC
Physician and Surgeon
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changed heart. It means the fervent <
prayer: “ Lord, if Thou wilt, Thou
canst make me clean” o f this fault.
The gospel as pleached is a great
help to cure all ills o f life, morally. |
So your attention is called to the ser
vices next Sunday in the morning at
The subject will be,
“ Estrayed but Recovered” and in
the evening at 8 o ’clock “ The Cross.”
Both sermons will be worth while to
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
You are cordially invited to these
services.-—C. T. Cook, pastor.
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Thursday to Monday Specials
O. D. E B Y
Z cut to conform strictly with
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Eagle Creek, Oregon
Attorney at Law
General Practice Confidential *
C. D., D. C„ E. C. L A T O U R E T T E
Practice in A ll Courts
First National Bank Bldg.
Member of A F F IL IA T E D B U Y E R S
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Real Estate Loans, Insurance
FARiM L O A N S A S P E C IA L T Y
Raid Net» Quantity of Wine
Jim Norris and D. M.
made a raid on the shack o f Jack
Beagle, three miles west o f Estacada
Friday, and found ten dozen bottles
o f beer, 30 gallons o f wine and about
25 gallons o f malt beer, which they
brought to town and spilled in the
gutter, while a large crowd watched
Beagle was fined
$75 by Justice S. E. Wooster.
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D E N T IS T
O ffic e hours ‘J a. m. to 5 p. m.
Evenings by appointment
Office Phone 315
Austin, Texas.—All kinds of In
sects have such a dislike for castor
oil heun plants that they will not
come neur them, and this fact has
caused experiments to be made of
planting the beans In cotton fields as
u means of keeping the boll weevil
und other pests away.
It Is stated that by planting a row
o f castor oil beans to every four or
live rows of cotton, protection against
Insect invasion may be obtulned. The
castor oil beans themselves are a
profitable crop, although It Is admit
ted that should they be grown with
cotton upon all the farms of the South
there probably would result an over
production of the beans.
Clumps of castor oil bean plants are
grown around the homes of many fam
ilies to ward off flies and mosquitoes,
and It Is regarded as strange that the
Idea that this plan might he adopted
for keeping Insect pests out of cotton
fields was so long delayed In being put
Saturday Evening, August 11th
Dr. H. M. Kramer
o f Oregon C ity
Monday and Friday Evenings
after 6 o ’clock
Office at Linn’s Inn
Eagle Creek Hall
J. W. SAU ND E R S
Route 1, Estacada
Painting and Paper Hanging
Fine Line o f W a ll Paper
Estimates Cheerfully Furnished
“ F lo a tin g ” O p a l»
The Smithsonian Institution says that
there is no such thing as a floating
opal In a natural stone. However,
there has recently been manufactured
nn opal called the floating opal. This
Is a glass 0 1 crystal hall containing
aonte fluid In which there (hints
ground opul. This gives the appear
ance of floating opal.
! American Legion
EOR S A LE — Cucumbers fo r dill and
other pickles. I am now booking
orders. Also dill fo r sale. Prices
reasonable. W. H. Holder, Esta
cada, Phone lt-112.
Castor Oil Bean Drives
Insects From Its Vicinity
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Drive to Squaw Mountain
Mr. and Mis. A. Smith and daugh
ter Ellamuv and Mrs. Albert Witching
| and daughter, Mis.s Wilma, drove up
to the mountains Monday afternoon
where Mr. Witching, Richard llayman
and others from this place arc build
ing government trails, or roads. The
visitors were supplied with well filled
lunch baskets ami enjoyed a picnic
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lunch in the evening.
EOR S A L E — Five pigs, 11 weeks old;
also Chester White brood sow. A.
Steinke, Route 1, Estacada. T ele
phone 34 - 131 .
L. A. C H A P M A N
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