CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1928 PAGE TWO THE CIRCUITOR HAS A DEMOCRA TIC NOTION FARM RELIEF! AL SMITH) HOOVER! Persistently these topics ring thru our valleys and echo from the hills, destroying the peace and serenity of one who would prefer to listen to the rustle of the leaves, the drumming of the grouse, the cull of the birds, one to another, as they make ready for flight; the patter of the ruin on the roof, slithering through the fir boughs, sweeping across the dead fields in a belated effort to bring them back to life. There are so' many enchanting things in October— if politics weren’t so intrusive! FARM RELIEF the politician promises, and the word RELIEF ech oes omniously, making us shiver. Sounds so flat-on-our-back-like, ready to give up the ghost, with Big Busi ness at the bedside rolling a pill de signed to ease our last moments. A chance is all the farmer needs, reully. An equal show with big bus iness, and the only way he’ll get it is to elect the man who won’t give big business all the plums. A chance! He’ll have it on November (i, next. If he doesn't take advantage of it then he’d better swallow a pill and puss out quietly, leaving the fields to the grouse, and the birds, and the leaves— and the rain—all those en chanting things, for history tells us thut Republican presidents just nat urally can't be of much help to farm ers. And that’s that! —THE CIRCUITOR (Democrat!) BRI LLIANTLV D ifferen t 1095 Pabco Paint Gresham, Oregon Phone 1471 ^ c V i c t o k y S ix $2.80 per gallon B R O T H E R . S, I N C . THE SENIOR SIX AND AMERICA’S FASTEST FOUR ALSO ON DISPLAY Jackson Lumber Co. Lon er Price Better Paint! IMPORTANT WE HANDLE KERR’S FEEDS FOR THIS REASON:— W o believe Kerr’* Feed* give the person who buy* them the most for the dollar. This choice was made after year’s of experience in Dairy and Poultry Feeds. Come in and we will explain further and will gladly help ybu solve your feed problems. BARTHOLOMEW & LAWRENCE Estacada, Oregon H iiiiiiM iiiiiiiiim iiiiiiiiiiim iiiiim iim m iiim m iiiiiiiiiiM iiM iiim iiim iiiiiiiiiiiiiirtt E Charter No. 125 Reserve District No. 12 REPORT OF CONDITION OF ESTACADA STATE BANK E at Estacada, in the State of Oregon, at the close of business October = 2 2 = § 2 S 2 3, 1928. RESOURCES $189 323 62 Loans and discount« 36 41 Overdrafts secured and unsecured............... U. S. government securities owned ................ ........ 13, 738. 30 68 , .561. 2 I Other bonds, warrants and securities 2 1 90 80 Stocks, securities, claims, liens, judgments, etc. Banking house, $10,000; furniture and fixtures, $5,000 16] 000. 00 9, 529. 70 Real estate owned other than banking house Cash on hand in vault and due from banks* approved re- ssrvc sgsnts of this bank 36,204.22 Check« »*n banks outside city or town of reporting bank and other cash items .................................... 07 Total cash and due from banks $36,211.29 Otksr oi tats ......... 891. 55 Total $335,483,03 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in ....................................... 15, 000.00 Surplus fund 5, 000.00 Undivided profits $11,693.58 Less current expenses, interest and taxes paid ............................................ 10,159.12 1,534.40 DEMAND DEPOSITS, subject to reserve: Individual deposits subject to check, including deposits due the state of Oregon, county, cities or other public fund 150, 237.87 Cashier’s checks outstanding 629.16 Certified checks outstanding 5.00 Total demand deposits subject to reserve $150,872.03 TIME AND SAVINGS DEPOSITS subject to rf«rv.: Time certificates of Hopo.it outstanding 44 237.25 Savings deposits, payable subject to notice 1IS 839.29 Total of time and saving* deposits $163,076.54 Total $.135,483.03 State of Oregon, County of Clackamas, ss. I, Ruth L. Dillon, cashier of the above nnmed bnnk, do sol- emnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. RUTH I,. DILLON. Cashier. CORRECT ATTEST Subscribed nnd sworn to before me II C. STEPHENS this 10th dnv of October. 1928. THOMAS YOCUM S. E. WOOSTER. Notary Public. RUTH L. DILLON My commission expire« May 26, 1931. Director.1- Saturday, (only) October 13— ‘‘RED RIDERS OF CANADA” Land Office at Ruseburg, Oregon, With Patsy Ruth Miller and an all-star cast. Full of action. October 1. 1928. Sympathy for Workers Prompted Comedy, “A Short Tail.” Notice is hereby given thut Robert L. Crane, 925 Going street, Portland. by Memory of His Own Sunday and Monday, October 14 and 15— Oregon, who, on August 5, 1925 Early Toil. made H. K. (was Portland 07741), “METROPOLIS” our No. 017332, for S Mi N W 'i, and A Paramount picture. Movie Magic-r—weird and wonderful— Nt4 SW U, section 1, township 4 S.. What we are coming to— Metropolis. Comedy ‘‘Fully Equipped URGED 8 HOUR STEEL DAY range 5 E., Willamette meridian, has Also News Reel. filed notice of intention to make three year proof, to establish claim to th< Wednesday, (only) October 17— Induced Manufacturer* to E stablish land above described, before K. F. Industry on That Basis After Frazer, “A SHIP COMES IN” U. S. commissioner, ut Yeoi 30 Year Struggle. With Rudolph Schildkraut, Louise Dreiser and Robert Edeson. building, Portland, Ore., on the 5th Comedy, “Smith’s Landlord.” day of November, 1928. WASHINGTON—The intention of Claimant names as witnesses: Thursday and Friday, October 18 and 19— Herbert Hoover to keep to a high level Emil Laitinen, of R. 1, Kstacadu Tim McCoy and Claire Windsor in the standards of the American home Oregon, George D. Cook, of R. 1, Es “FOREIGN DEVILS” and to do so by continuing his efforts tacada, Oregon; William A. Dwyer Box 416, Garnbaldi, Oregon, urn Novel by Peter B. Kyne. New Thrills— you’ll say so!(j Some in behalf of labor Is shown in a of of 396 E. Clay street. thing you’ve never seen. Comedy, “The Old Wallop.” pamphlet, “Hoover and Labor,” re Oscar Noren Oregon. leased by the Hoover for President Portland, Coming—-The Greutest Picture of them all— “The Covered Wagon" ROBERT E. CRAWFORD, Labor Council of the Republican Na Non-Coal Acting Register. tional Committee. During his entire caroer, beginning Publish October 5 to November 2. '2- i Admission: Adults, 26c; Children under 14, 10c at the nge of 12 when lie was tossed Notice for Publication into the wurld to earn his living, Mr. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land office at Roseburg, Oregon, Hoover has worked whole-heartedly in September 12, 1928. the cause of the working man. As a Notice is hereby that Albert ;.iim iiiim im m iiiiim m m m iim iiim m m m m iiim m iiim m m im iiiim in im m rr laborer himself, as a worker In the Adlon, of Estaeuda, given who, on mines In his youth and, since 1921, as December 12, 1923, Oregon, made adjoining Secretary of Commerce, Mr. Hoover farm hd. entry (was Portland No. has studied the problems of American 07508), No. 017230, for NW>, labor and has aided in the solution of NW'A, sec. 11, township 4 S., range many of them, the pamphlet shows. 5 east, Willamette meridian, has filed SATISFACTORY WORK GUARANTEED notice of intention to make three Aided Long Fight In Steel Mills year proof, to establish claim to the Mr. Hoover's labor record is an land above described, before Donald, open book. Policies that have bene- J. Ryan, county clerk and clerk o? | tited labor have won his unwavering the county court of Clackamas coun Oregon, at Oregon City, Oregon, support in every instance, the leaflet ty, on the 29th day of October, 1928. reveals. names as witnesses: “In supporting Mr. Hoover,” it states Claimant George G. Cook, W. H. Dwyer, I Phone Sandy 291 Sandy, Oregon | "American workers will be voting for Emil Laitenen, all of Route 1, Esta one of their own kind.” cada, Oregon, and Oscar Noren, E. n iiiiim iiiiiiiiiitiiitiiiiiiiiim iiim m iiiim iiiiiiiiiiiiiM iiiiiiiim iiiiiiiiiiiiim iiiiiiiii" The brochure further goes on to Grand and Clay Streets, Portland, show that Mr. Hoover's support of the Oregon. principle of collective bargaining Is Non-coal ROBERT E. CRAWFORD. not mere theory. Prior to 1922 the s21 o!9_____________ Acting Register workers in the steel industry were Notice for Publication working 12 hours a day. This condi of the Interior, U. S. tion Mr. Hoover deplored, as he be Department Land office at Roseburg, Oregon, lieved that a shorter working dny September 12, 1928. would uot only bo of untold benefit t" Notice is hereby given that Georgt RONALD E. ESSON, Ph. C., Prop. the steel worker, but would result In G. Cook, of Estacada. Oregon, who, on December 27, 1923, made hd. en the long run In a greater output and try adjoining farm (was Portland No. EASTMAN KODAKS FISHING TACKLE better craftsmanship. 07413), No. 017203, for SW b SE ’» To this end, In 1922, he brought to section 3, township 4 S., range 5 E„ FOUNTAIN gether the steel manufacturers of Willamette meridian, has filed notice America and Induced them to estab of intention make three year proof EVERYTHING IN SCHOOL SUPPLIES lish eight hours throughout the entire to establish claim to the land above steel Industry. For thirty years organ described, before Donald J. Ryan Phone 331 Sandy, Oregon ized labor had been fighting to tills county clerk and clerk of the county end and the pamphlet just Issued court of Clackamas county, Oregon, shows that Mr. Hoover's efforts were at Oregon City, Oregon, on the 29th of October, 1928. successful In bringing to a close that day Claimant names as witnesses: long fight of the steel workers. Albert Adlon, W. H. Dwyer, Emi1 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimimiiimmiiimiH Mr. Hoover has always believed la Laitenen, Route 1, Estacada. collective bargaining and In addition Ore., and J. all P. of Johnson, he has constantly upheld the rights of St.. Portland. Oregon. 37 W. Jessup workers to select their own represent Non-coal ROBERT E. CRAWFORD atives without Interference, influence s21 ol9 Acting Registei or coercion from any source. He bug Notice for Publication always opposed the seven-day week, Department of the Interior, U. S. once general In many Industries. Land office, at Roseburg, Oregon, September 10, 1928. Is High Wage Advocate for every purpose is hereby given that John i In 1920 he said: “In fixing hours of H. Notice Snomy of Route 1, Estacada, Ore- labor in Industrial establishments at who, on March 12, 1924, made a point consistent with the health of gon, homestead entry, serial. No. 017239 employees and with proper opportu for the NW 'i of SWU and SU of nity for rest and recreation, there SWÍ4 of section 11, township 4 S. should In all cases be provision for range 5 E„ Willamette meridian, has I filed notice of intention to make fi one day's rest in seven.” nal three-year proof, to establish/ “Mr. Hoover believes that the surest claim the land above described, road to prosperity is that which lends before to Donald Ryan, clerk of the to prosperity for the masses,” the county court of J. Clackamas county, ... “Everything for tha Builder” pamphlet says. “While advocating Oregon, at Oregon City, Oregot), mass production and the use of laoor the 29th day of October, 1928. on Estacada, Oregon ... saving machinery, he has earnestly Claimant names as witnesses: advocated that labor share In the In George Cook, Albert Adlyn, Emi 'iiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHimiiiiiiiiit-’ creased production through higher Laitnen and Henry Dwyer, all of Es wages and the adoption of the best tacada, Oregon. E. CRAWFORD, conditions of employment In the Not coal ROBERT Patronize The News’ Job Printing Department land Acting Register. world. His record In the Department Publish September 14 to October 1” of Commerce and bis public utter ances demonstrate the earnestness and sincerity of his Interest In the workers of our country, who have nl- ways looked upon him as a friend.” Digging Into the public utterances of the Republican candidate for presi dent, the pamphlet reveals that In his dealing with the question of the re striction of foreign immigration, Mr. Hoover believes that our first concern is to provide employment for our own -oOo- people and others already here before we permit the admission of many from other countries to compete with Amer You can actually own an interest in the gigantic power that turns the wheels ican labor. At the same time, In bis of industry in your community. 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