# CLACKAMAS COlÍM'fV NÉWS, FRIDAY, JANUARY i» , 192Í) «C « K el so P rog r am Ja nu ary 26 Kelso Sunday school program for New Yi-Of’s was ouatponeil until Jan uary 26, at which thhe a Social will be held, a quilt sold, refr shmeius served and a general good time en joyed. Your are invited to come and bring someone with you. S. G. S P I T L E R GENERAL PLUMBING AND REPAIRS Phone Sandy 321 C o m p e t e n t nurse f o r all oc ca sion« Will Go Anywhere M R S. A . W . S C H U N K E Garfield District R. F. D, 1 Estacada, Oregon DR. H. A. S C H N E I D E R DENTIST P ho ne Sandy 151 Sandy, Oregon DR. F. C. BROSIUS, M. D. Office 2nd door West of Meat Market T e lep h on e 341 Sandy, Oregon S chuebel, Be.ittie & Miller Attorneys at Law 6 per cent state school money to loan on farms; General law prac tice. Bank of Oregon City Bldg. Oregon City Oregon L. A. C H A P M A N M ORTICIAN Calls attended day or night Mortuary I. O. 0 . F. Bldg. Telephone No 21-51 S. E. Wooster Real Estate Loans, Insu rance Rentals FARM LOANS A SPECIALTY Tel 77 H Estacada Ore Dr. H. M. Kramer DENTIST Estacada, Oregon O ffice hours 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. Evenings by appointment O ff ic e Phone 315 O. D. EBY Attorney at Law General Practice Confidential Adviser Oregon City, Oregon Dr. M. M. Martindale C H IROPRACTOR o f Oregon City Trips to Estacada discontinued until latter part of September Walter W. Gilbert, M. D. Phy si cien en d S u r g eon O ffice Hours 9 to 5 and Evenings ESTACADA OREGON D. C. & E. C. L A T O U R E T T E Attorneys Practice in All Courts First National Bank Bldg. Oregon City Oregon Dr. W. W. Rhode. O S T E O P A T H IC Physician and Surgaon Estacada Oregon rhe YELLOW PENCIL , CHURCHES Estacada Methodist C hu rch The'child 1s the greatest possibility in the world. No man can tell by looking at a child what he may be come. A little boy was born in the hills o f old Judea. His parents are so poor that the night H b was bom they rested with the cattle in a shed. So poor they could afford but two turtle doves for an offering. After He was a boy o f 12, He never went, so far as we know, fifty miles from His home. He never hud uny training In music, art, literature, science or business. What is there fob that Boy? A cross, a grave in a strangers garden! Yet 'that Boy has hruught the best musi cians dedicate their most noble com- , positions to His name. The greatest artists have depicted scenes from, His life. Literature has sung in splendid verse, related graphic prose and told His historic dignity, the story o f His life. Science has sought its inspira tion at His fire, and has discovered afresh the eternal oneness o f the uni verse. He is only a boy! But what possi bilities were wrapped up in Him! And how He blessed the whole world and all life! Out from His borrowed cradle among the cattle, out from His lowly ,and humble career, out from His supreme sacrifice, out from His silent grave, has redeemed and is redeeming humanity. Next Sunday morning at 11 o’clock the subject for the sermon will be, “ God Works as an Indwelling Life.” In the evening at 7:30 the topic will be, "I Am the Truth.” Sunday school at 10 a. m. We passed the one hundred mark so make an effort to come out and boost the attendance still higher. The Epworth League meets at 6:30 in the evening. A most cordial welcome is extended to any who will worship with us.— C. T. Cook, pastor. Sandy L utheran C hu rch Arise, shine, for thy light is come and the glory o f the Lord is risen upon thee, is the keynote of the Epi phany season as sounded forth by the prophet Isaiah in the sixtieth chapter. The Epiphany cycle of the church year follows the Christmas season and embraces the six weeks preceding the Lenten season. The Epiphany season with its lessons depicts Jesus as the Savior o f the Gentile world. The Wise Men o f the East are the first o f the Gentile world to come and worship the new 'born King at Bethlehem. The world today with much of modern heathenish needs the same light o f the gospel o f Jesus Christ to enlighten it. Jesus reveals himself as the Savior in His word. Let us make diligent use of the word and we shall experience its blessed light and influence. Over forty partook o f holy com munion at the service last Sunday which was in German, and the ser vice was well attended. English ser vice next Sunday at the regular hour, 10:30 a. m. We bid you a hearty welcome.— F. T. Schoen, pastor. Estacada Christian Chu rch “ Christ the Savior” is the subject for the Sunday morning Bible school lesson. This lesson naturally follows those which have preceded it. When we come to understand the existence and nature of God, and the sin which separates us from Him, the next problem is a consideration o f a re conciliation or redemption. This subject is intensely interesting, for herein lies the heart of Christianity. A cordial invitation and a hearty welcome for all. Following the Bihle school at 10 Communion and preaching at 11. The sermon message will be “ The Clod and the Rock.” Christian Endeavor at 7 p. m., topic, “ Seeing the Good in Men Ev erywhere.” Miss Bessie Anderson is president and James Beck is leader. Sermonette, "Quack Doctor and Bald Hornets.” Welcome all.— Hugh Fos ter, pastor. i attend the services jnid enjoy the blessings of worship and fellowship. Springwater— Sunday sebpol at 10 a. m„ mottling yqrship jit Ml George— After discontinuing the services for three Sundays on account o f the flu, we are glad to announce that they wifi be resumed this Sun- d iy .' Sunday school at 2 p. m., and chorch service at 3. Eagle Creak — Sunday school at 10:30 a. in., evening service at 8.— T, I,, jvirkwood, pastor. PIONEER OF ELWOOD DISTRICT PASSES _____ <iii - ELWOOD, Jun. 17.»— (Speoial).—- C. A. Stromgren died at his home Fri day, January 11. Funeral services were held in the Colton Lutheran church Sunday at 2 o ’clock, interment in the Swedish cemetery. Mr. Stromgreen was born in Swe den in 1840. He and his wife, who is still living, settled on a homestead in this district in 1872, and lived here until a few years ago when they re moved to Old Colton district. In his earlier years he took an active part in the affairs of this neighborhood and was highly esteemed by his friends and neighbors. He was chair man of the school board when the writer graduated from the eight); grade, 30 years ago. Miss Hannah Stromgreen o f San Francisco came lip to help care for her uncle in his recent illness. Mary Gregg, who is teaching near McMinnville,' spent the week end at the Matt Jagmin home. Miss Grejjg taught in this district two years ago. Mr. and Mrs. - L. M. Cox made a trip to Carver Sunday. Otis Vallen and Lorenzo Wilson were Oregon City visitors Saturday. Henry Cadonau, who has spent the past six weeks in this neighborhood, left for Portland Friday. Mrs. Matt Park visited with Mrs. A. U. Bogden Friday. Miss Lillian Shumacher visited at the J. E. Nelson home Saturday. SPECIAL T R E A T M E N T S OF M E T A L S U S E D IN T H E N EW M ODEL A FORD claimants, if any, may he filed in the ■ Roseburg Office withit twenty days prior to the date of filing the plats, 1 and should be filed within 90 days thereafter. The following lands were reset-veil j front entry, location, or ether dis pi-sal, August 26, 1924, under sec. 24 o f the act o f June 10,1920, appli cation o f Oregon and California Hy dro-Electric company: All o f section 1, E*v of sec. 12, I S'* N W ti, S W 'i o f sec. 15; all of Bee. 16, N E '4 , SH NW ‘i and S ’* of j sec. 17, 3EU NEVi and SE l4 of sec. 18, NEVi of sec. 19, NVfe, N h SVB I sec. 20, all of sec. 21 and NW Vi of i s -fl. 22, township 4 S. range 8 E.,’| Washington meridian. The E tii of sec. 36 township 4 S. 1 range 8 E. was withdrawn under first } form, act o f June 17, 1902, by the I secretary on March 21, 1916, for Clear Lake reservoir site, White river j project. PORTLAND FIRM BUYS TIMBER AT VIOLA W e Specialize in EXTRACTION OF TEETH At this office we are equipped to handle the most difficult extrac tion, with gas or local injection around the gums. A trained dental nurse to insure cleanliness. My past experience will bear me out as a painless extractor o f Teeth. (T en Years S u c c essfu l P r a c t ic e ) X -R a y E xam in at ions GUARANTEED PLATES $10.00 to $37.00 Out o f town people served in one visit good dentistry. consistent with DR. P. G. BROWN, Dentist W il la m e t te Building, O r e g o n City E n t r a n c e O p p os ite Post O f f i c e Phon e 562 VIOLA, Jan. 17.— (Special).— A company of Portland, Mayer & Co., has bought all of the timber, 640 acres, on the old Braasch place. Claud Porter sold them his right in the timber and houses. They are planning to cut the timber making Distance is no question with us. Our it into ties and cord wood, which equipment is at your service day or will give employment to several men. George Whitfield, a brother of night. Mrs. Bob Mattoon, was taken to the Oregon City hospital Monday eve ning, where he was operated on for appendicitis. A sister o f Mrs. Mat- Phone 2471 Gresham* Oregon toon, Ruth Whitfield, has been quite ill at the Good Samaritan hospital in Portland for the past two weeks. There has been quite a lot of flu in the neighborhood. W’ e are glad to » m n i i i i i i i i i iiii iiiii iiim i n iiii iiii iiii iiiii iiii iiii iiiii iiii iiiii iiiK im m im i m i iiii iiii M K report that they are all getting well now. Mr. and Mrs. Emery Powers had as their dinner guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Evenson o f Redland, Ear- | SUITS PRESSED ......................................... 5 0 tf | nie and Miss Annie Bateson, Mr. and Mrs. Pool from Canby, and Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Lankus from Gresh | LADIES COATS AND DRESSES CLEANED AND | am, and Helen and Junior Powers. PRESSED, $ 1 . 0 0 and up James Sevier, while cranking his auto, was knocked down and injured his back quite severely. He says that kick was as bad as a mule’s. Nearly all the families who were = Phone 93-11 Estacada § living at the old mill have moved out as the wood cutters want the houses t: 111111 m 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111:11111111111 :t for their families. Service... Gates Funeral Hom e | Suits Cleaned and Pressed $1.00 | City Cleaners The new Model A Ford automobile contains some o f the finest exam ples in the world of new metal treat ments for resistence to wear and to the torsional strain imposed upon some of the parts o f the modern in ternal combustion engine. One of these is the crankshaft. In ¡.iiiiiiiiiiim iiiiiiiim iiiiiiiiiim iiiiim iiiiiim m iiiiiiim im iim im iiiiiim iim i ni im m illili mi mi mi mini him mi mm m mu n;. this latest Ford product the crank J%r ZwatmiM/ Transporting* shaft is made of a special Ford car " ■" f t ! bon manganese steel, developed un ^C H E V R O LE T der rpocesses of metal blending and heat treatment that are new to the industry. These processes produce a crank shaft that is heavier that any previ ous crankshaft, that is tougher to re sist wear and stronger to resist the torsional strain of high speed per formance. The weight of the shaft in itself makes for smoother opera tion and the static and dynamic bal - a fix in the price ranqe o f the fo u r J ancing process to which it is sub jected before it is installed in the motor still further reduces the chances o f vibration. This special carbon manganese steel is only one of more than forty different kinds o f steel, each repre senting a special treatment, which are used in the manufacture o f the Years ago, the Chevrolet Day and night, through new Model A Ford car, according to order o f we'l-balanced ex Motor Company designed winter’s cold and sum 1 R. S. Smith, Ford dealer o f Sandy, cellence—a combination and built its first experi mer’s heat, the incessant of performance, comfort, | w O Jie Outstanding Chevrolet of Chevrolet H is to ry represents years of Development and over a Million miles of Testing NOTICE OF FILING SURVEY PLATS mental six-cylinder motor. This far-sighted step was taken because Chevrolet engineers knew that the six-cylinder motor is in herently the most perfect ly balanced motor — the ideal power plant to meet the g ro w in g p u b lic d e mand for greater reserve p o w e r, faster get-away and, above all — smooth, quiet performance. OF Notiee is given from the U. S. land office at Roseburg o f the filing of plats o f land; sections 6, 7, 18, 19, 30 and 31 of township 1 S. range 7 E, and all o f township 4 S. range 8 E. W. M., and the piast o f survey will be filled in the • Roseburg office at 9 o ’clock a. m., on February 19. All of the lands represented on the above mentioned plats are within the Mt. Hood National forest, town- ship 1 S., range 7 E., withdrawn on March 4, 1892, and township 4 S. range 8 E, withdrawn September 28, 1893, and therefore no part thereof will be available for entry under the Pre sby terian Church es general public land laws, except Rev. E. R. D. Hollensted o f Fair- where embraced in valid adverse view, Oregon, will preach this Sun- claims prior to the said withdrawals. day. You are cordially invited to Application by any prior adverse s 1 E E s During the last four years, over a hundred six-cylin der motors were built by Chevrolet engineers and tested on the General Motors Proving Ground. E i 3 testing went on — until the present motor was de veloped and finally pro nounced correct. At the same time other Chevrolet engineers were p erf ectin g other parts o f the chassis. And another great automotive organization—the Fisher B ody C o rp o ra tio n —was devoting its gigantic re sources to the creation o f the finest, sturdiest and most beautiful bodies ever offered on a low-priced automobile. As a result, the Outstand ing Chevrolet offers an beauty and handling ease that is truly remarkable — with a fuel-economy o f better than 20 miles to the gallon of gasoline. You owe it to yourself to see and inspect this re markable car. Come in today! The COACH j = : E = w ith the <DBAND when TOQUES - SWEATERS -• GLOVES ‘ 595 The Koalisier . .. ...* 5 2 5 Phaeton ... . . * 5 2 5 The Coupe..... * 5 9 5 Ihr Seal.in...... * 6 7 5 T h e S pn rt Cabriolet. . *695 7 hr ( 'o n v er t ihle 1 andai. ...* 7 2 5 Sedan Delivery . . . * 5 9 5 1 iglu Delivery $ a r\r\ i ho............ I % I on Chaiaii.... ..* 5 4 5 I'v Ton Cliaaaia " gr p» with Cab...... . ö J v AU price• f. o. h. F ltnt, Muh *un The AND MANY OTHER THINGS TO KEEP YOU WARM I J. K. 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