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CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1928
“ BARBED WIRE” SAID TO BE
I surrounded by the perfect stuff, the
POLA NEGRI'S GREATEST I perfect cast for the production of th s
I new picture.
Erich Ponnner, who
From a standpoint o f pure urtis made “ The Lust Laugh" and “ Var
Rev. J. J. Hansaker of Portland
! try ami perfection of film technique, iety” and more recently “ Hotel Inn will speak at the Presbyterian
j "Barbed Wire,” Pola Negri’s new- penal,” was the co-producer w-itlj churches in the interests o f the Near
starring vehicle, which opens ut the Rowland V. Lee, who directed.
| East Relief. This will probably be
Liberty theatre in Estaeuda today
Clive Brook, one o f the best of ! the last public appearance in our
j (Friday) has been called the out
Paramount’s leading men, and Einur churches in behalf of the Near East.
standing motion picture of recent film
Hanson, the young Swedish actor, ap Let Ut, therefore give Mr. Handiakei
pear in the able support o f the grea- a good hearing.
“ Barbed Wire” wins this rank firs
Springwater— Sunday school at 10
star. Brook plays the part o f Oskai
and last because it portrays life as it
while Hanson is cast as Mona’s broth a. m., morning worship at 1 1 .
is; because it is a story based on the
George— Sunday school at 2 p. m.,
er who, is called away to war.
most dramatic incident o f all time
church service at 3.
the world war, and because it is no
Eagle Creek— Sunday school at
a war picture in the sense most com charaetor actor, gives a wonderful 10:30 a. m., evening service at 8
o’clock.— T. I. Kirkwood, Minister.
It treats o f a phase o f the conflict tav von Seyfferlitz as the cold heart
M eth odist C hurch
heretofore untouched, of the life of ed neighbor leaves nothing to be de
It has come to our attention quite
German soldiers in a prison camp in
often lately, the why some people do
France. “ Barbed Wire” is an adapt
not go to church. Here is the worth-
ation of Hull Caine’s great novel. RETURN FROM VACATION TRIP i less reason: “ When I was a child, my
“ The Woman o f Knot-aloe.”
I parents made me go, that 1 said when
powerful story has lost nothing in its- * Mr. and Mrs. P T. Monroe and I was grown I would not g o.” What
transition to the screen; rather it has Beth of Springwater have just re ! a shame to have such cruel, mean
turned from a trip through Central parents that were so tyrannical to
Pola Negri is superb as Mona, the Oregon where they went to visit theii | abuse you in childhood! Too had
peasant girl who is irresistibly at daughter, Mrs. F. C. Sampels, who ; one or two hours out o f one hundred
traded to love Oskar, a prisoner in lives thirty miles south o f
Bend. and sixty-eight were forced upon you
the camp near her home, in spite of They ’.vent over by Mt. Hood and each week! Too bad even now you
the first bitter hatred she feels to j Wapinitia cut off, returning by way are not willing to give an hour each
ward the enemy of her country : o f Sisters and the McKenzie pass, week to the developing of the spir
Once more she is the Pola Negri o visiting at Eugene, Salem and othei; itual!
I would not be as unjust
“ Gypsy Love” and o f “ Passion,” hei i places. They report a very pk-usant ! against my parents a8 to hold that
two sensational European-made sue j trip and the roads, especially the Mc i against them, when their thought was
Kenzie pass, a beautiful drive and in ■ life and life with God. Yours is only
This is because Miss Negri wa: ' fine condition.
j a flimsy excuse, to at last sink your
E ST A C A D A HOTEL
DR. H. A. SCHNEIDER
Phone Sandy 151
DR. CHAS. P. JOHNSON
Practice limited to extraction of
teeth and minor oral surgery,
nerve blocking & gus anesthesia
463 Morgan Bldg.
DR. F. C. BROS1US, M. D.
2nd door West o f Meat Market
V IO L A
H. Northrup, whose health has
been quite poorly, has gone to Ta
coma to take treatments. Mrs. North
rup, with the help o f Mr. Knox of
Portland is looking after the place
Mrs. Kay, who was in the Oregon
City hospital for a week, is at home
again. We are sory to report that
her health is no better.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Allen spent the
week end at the J. H. Sevier home.
They were on their wedding trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen were married in
Vancouver Tuesday, August 28. Mrs.
Allen, was Beulah Hicinbothum, who
had been training us a nurse at the
Good Samaritun hospital fur the last
twenty months. They spent a few
days at the beaches and will make
their home at Yakima.
Oh yes, Estaeada celebrated Mon
day. The people were there and ex.
pected a big parade, but most of the
citizens stood and looked on and
made remarks. The band and a few
of the Odd Fellows and those little
children o f the Christian
school, all led by the American Le
gion colors, did their part. Good for
Mr. Powers, who went to Portland
a week ago to be under a doctor’s
care, isn’t any better. He is staying
at the home of his daughter, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Owen and fam
ily were calling on the Currinsville
store people last week.
The Indians are passing through
Currinsville on their way to the old
fish hatchery where tney expect to
dry salmon for the winter’s use.
Wheat threshing is almost over
and some hud good crops.
Thomas A. Miller was out Wed-
nesday to help thresh his grain and
see that it was properly stored.
Some worked until after dark
threshing trying to get through be
fore the rains set in.
Lloyd Ewalt was too sick to make
his regular trip to Portland first of
The store truck hauled in a nice
load o f Y’ akima peaches Tuesday.
They were all gone Wednesday fore
noon and sold for 75 cents a box,
which is considered a low price for
the grade o f peaches.
Henry Heiple had the misfortune
to break four ribs while hauling wood
The Wilbur Wade and J. H. Hay-
man families spent Labor Day pick
ing huckleberries and picnicking on
the Mt. Hood Loop road.
Floyd J. Hale caught another fine
muskrat Wednesday. This was the
largest one he has caught and will be
added to the Gathens Hale fur farm.
C. W. Fuller went into Portland
ARRIVES FROM CHICAGO
T. E. Hammersly has some fine
Mrs. Nellie Shilvock o f Chicago prunes on display at the Currinsville
arrived in Estaeada Saturday to visit store.
her brothers at Camp 1-1-2, but they
were absent for the Labor Day vaca
SA N D Y LO C A L ITEMS
tion. She was taken ill and friends
brought her to Linn’s Inn where she
Mr. and Mrs. Harper entertained
is now receiving medical aid.
the form er’s brother, Amos Harper,
soul into a hell o f torment. Luke wife and two sons, Monday. Amos
16:24. The church is trying to save is a pominent dairyman o f the .Van
you from this. Come and hear the couver section.
Mrs. J. M. C. Milieu had Catherine
I gospel message at 11 a. m., Sunday.
Subject, “ Mutual Dependence,” and Deaver as a guest for several days re
at 7 :30 p. m., “ Scarecely Saved.” cently.
Sunday school at 10 a. m. All are
The A. Radfords entertained John
cordially invited to the services.— C. Fellows and Frank Blackburn of
T. Cook, pastor.
Camas last Sunday at dinner.
Schucbcl, Beattie & Miller
Attorneys at Law
6 per cent state school money to
loan on farms; General law prac
tice. Bank o f Oregon City Bldg.
L. A. CHAPMAN
Calls attended day or night
Mortuary I. O. O. F. Bldg.
Telephone No. 21-51
S. E. Wooster
Real Estate Loans, Insurance
FARM LOANS A SPECIALTY
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D E N T IS T
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Evenings by appointment
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General Practice Confidential
C ity , O re g o n
If you were a barber and used
PICTORIAL LIFE OF HERBERT HOOVE
Dr. M. M. Martindale
o f Oregon City
Trips to Estaeada discontinued
until latter part o f September
T N every barber shop in the world, since shav-
*• ing first began, every barber has stropped his
blades before each shave he gave. That is be
cause after the first shave no blade that has not
been properly stropped is in fit condition to
touch your face. It is absolutely essential that
the rough, jagged needle points o f the cutting
edge be smoothed out and re-aligned.
W alter W . Gilbert, M. D. *
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O S T E O P A T H IC
P h y sician and S u rg e o n
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