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CLACKAMAS COUNTY N EW S, FRIDAY, JANUARY IS. 1929
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INSURANCE AGAINST WAR
is getting its share of criticism from Paci-1 = _
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Clackamas County News fists Congress
I»IUI 1 1 1 ll u l n v V f € v F . LOITIc E |
G. E. PARKS, E ditor and Publisher ('. HEX PARKS, A dvertising M anager large sum for equipment for the navy. Suppose they can |
use the same argument against cities for spending money
MRS. J. M. C. MILLER, Sandy Newg E ditor
fire-fighting equipment. Neither is needed, you
Published W eekly on F ridays at Estacada-Sandy, Clackam as Co., Oregon
under ordinary conditions, but often there is a de How many hundreds of dollars have you let slip
E ntered in the postoffice of Estacada, O regon, as second class m atter. structive fire because of the lack of equipment at the right
through your fingers without real value received in
past year—always with the thought that ‘to
I will save some?” If they were in a savings
to be without reasonable insurance.
In Clackam as County, one yeai, SI 50; O utside the county and in the state
today you would have a better opinion ot
of O regon, one year, $2.00; O utside the state of O regon, one year, believe in “preparedness,” not as a means of getting into
life and stand a better chance to be a success.
$2.50. Foreign, $3.00 per year. Subscriptions are payable in advance.
a war, but as a means of preventing a war.
Passage of the bill suggested by the American Legion Don’t put it off for another “tomorrow.” Come into
GOVERNOR WANTS AUTO LICENSES REDUCED to draft
resources as well as manpower in case of another this bank today and put a dollar or more in a sav
Governor I. L. Patterson, in his message to the legis war, coupled with an adequate army, navy and air force, Z i = ings account. You will be surprised how quickly
lature, suggests that automobile license fees remain the will come nearer doing away with the possibility of a con you can get a thousand dollars. Do today what you
same during the first and second year after the purchase flict than all the treaties with -other nations of the world I have put off for hundreds of tomorrows that have
of a new car, and after that the cost be gradually de that can be written.
The Kellogg peace pact which is supposed to outlaw 1 i 5 =
creased until the fifth year. After this date the cost of
the license would remain the same each year thereafter.! war, may serve the purpose for which it is intended, but1
Of course the argument will be brought up that the in case that it doesn’t, it’s a cinch that an army and navy;
wear and tear on the roads will remain the same during will serve that purpose.
First State Bank
the life of the car, and that as the car becomes older the
h r new office as Ceres at Oswego
possibility of it endangering the lives and property of the FIRST STATE BANK
public become greater, but it appears to the News that
A Strong B a n k ”
ayne Duncan and Tony P erret
SCHOOL CONTEST are W gettin
such a system of taxing autos is more logical that the
g a lot of practice work
fixing up disabled cars at the Y. M. ~ n iin iiiiin iiiin iiiiiiiin n n n iiiiiiiin iin m in m iiim u m n iim in in m u nii im m m
spent yearly in advertising C.
autom obile school, w here they
This suggestion, if carried into effect, would really yet Millions
would be willing to live in go A.
amount to the same as if there was made a flat reduction w hat who would
be a m iserable world
and Mrs. H arry Bram hall came
in license fees and automobiles put on the tax rolls just w ithout it. If there were no com pe over Mr. from
THE VERY BEST IN
routdale Friday night to
the same as other property. In each case the cost would tition, no strife to excell, no survival see the big T Sandy-G
of the fitte st, we would soon be rele
decrease as the value of the car decreased.
to the past. In fact, it is this test.
Washington has lower auto license fees than Oregon, gated
constant pushing forw ard and strife F riends of Mrs. R obert Jonsrud are
the cars are on the assessment rolls as other property, and for suprem acy th at has lifted the delighted to learn th at she is recov FRESH AND CURED MEATS
yet every county loses a considerable sum each year when world
to its present state of civiliza ering much m ore rapidly now. Dor-
Jonsrud is home week ends with
taxes are collected because of owners, who pay no taxes tion and kept it ahead in the right dl* 1 j othy
other than on their cars, moving from place to place, and rection. C orrect advertising has had her fa th er and Phillip.
The George Krebs fam ily have re
are not found by tax collectors. If Govenor Patterson’s its The place F irst in S this tate uplifting.
Bank is a firm be moved into a new house hurriedly
idea is adopted, it probably will satisfy the demand that liever in good advertising.
| built to take the place of the one
was shown to exist in the last election for lower license to have all its advertising of It strives
a con burned. K rebs is at work gettin g
fees, and will not exempt the transient from bearing his structive n atu re, never destructive i out poles fo r the city m arket.
just share of the tax burden.
and spends a g reat deal of m oney for L ittle Ju n io r Reed was taken his
literatu re th at m ust benefit the com tu rn with the chickenpox last week,
m unity even though the bank does Frances recovering ju st as “ B uddy’
COSTS IN ROAD BUILDING
not receive a direct benefit. The took down.
a portion of the Em il B ittner took a day o ff S at
Attention is continually being called to the fact that bank hopes of to its reap
present expense ten urday to attend grange, the first
government in Oregon is being administered by a large or benefits
tw enty years hence through its tim e for m any a day.
T IM E S C H E D U L E — P O R T L A N D -E ST A C A D A ST A G E S
number of boards and commissions that could well be distribution
of good literatu re. D ur I)r. F. C. B rosius attend ed a T rails
consolidated and a considerable reduction in costs be ef ing 1928, the F irst S tate Bank ex club m em ber who had her arm brok Lv. P ortland 10:00 a. m. 2:00 p. m. 6:20 p. m. 11:00 p. m.
fected. It is likely that there is an opportunity there to pended fo r advertising $1,768.50, and en from a fall while skiing a t the Ad I Lv. Clackam as 1 0 :35 a. m. 2:35 p. m. 6:55 p. m. 11:35 p. m.
10:50 a. m. 2:50 p. m. 7:05 p. m. 1 1 :50 p. m.
materially reduce taxes.
Lv. C arver
fo r postage in distributing literature club cen ter Sunday, while she was on
1 1 :05 a. m. 3 :05 p. m. 7:25 p. m. 12:05 a. m.
Lv. B arton
othek’ m atter to the am ount of alm ost level ground.
It appears to the News that a similar condition exists and
Lv. E agle C reek 11:15 a. m. 3:15 p. m. 7:35 p. m. 12:15 a. m.
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Russell of
in the counties in regard to the many road districts. In $1,042.04.
Lv. C edar Brook 11:18 a. m. 3:18 p. m. 7:38 p. m. 12:18
Clackamas county there must be at least seventy-five dif- tom , it has placed in the school rooms C. M iller Sunday. Mr. Russell and
T im e of D e p artu re
feren road districts. If the county could be made into E astern M ultnom ah and Clackam as Mrs. M iller w ere school m ates when Lv. E S stacada
*6:15 a. m. 8:30 a .m . 4:30 p .m . 7:00 p. m. 8:15 p. m.
one road district, with a provision that the funds be ex of counties
calendars fo r the y ear 1929, little tots, back in Missouri.
E agle Cr. 6:30 a. m. 8:45 a. m. 4:45 p. m. 7:15 p. m. 8:30 p. m
6:35 a .m . 8:55 a .m . 4:55 p .m . 7 :25 p. m. 8 :40 p. m.
pended in the sections where the money was raised and be carrying a reproduction of an orig Web. R oberts of Dover sowed five Lv.
Lv. B arton
6:50 a. m. 9:10 a. m. 5:10 p. m. 7:35 p. m. 9:05 p. m.
Lv. C arver
painting depicting M artha W ash acres to gray oats S aturday, and the
used under the supervision of the county court and prac inal
Lv. C lack’mas 7:00 a .m . 9:20 a .m . 5:20 p .m . 7 :45 p. m. 9:10 p. m.
ington and the President inspecting soil was reported in excellent condi
tical road men, probably many of the present districts the
Ar. P ortland 7:35 a. m. 9:55 a. m. 6:00 p. m. 8:30 p. m. 9:45 j>. m.
coins m inted by the United tion, although it was Jan u ary 12.
Daily E xcept Sunday. H S un day Only V S a tu rd ay Only.
would benefit. We think it possible that in many instances S tates, first silver
dimes m ade out
the people would get more road work without a special of silverw are half
gathered to g eth er at
tax than they are now getting with a special levy.
W ashington’s home.
The writer has in mind an occurrence of a few years To encourage the study of such I HEMSTITCHING
events, the coinage of § 6 and 8 cents per yard
ago in another state. The county was cut up into road historical
proper use, the First
districts similar to those that exist here at this time. The money and is its offerin
MARSHALL-WELLS BEST QUALITY PAINT,
g certain prizes A Mail O rders Given Prom pt
county commissioners made the county into one district, S for tate the Bank
ASBESTOS LIQUID CEMENT for PAPER ROOFS
best essay on the subject of ^
and concentrated their resources in road building. A “The Purpose
Deadening Felt and Roofing Paper
of M oney.”
competent engineer was employed, with the result that The seventh and eighth grade pu ^ Mrs. R oy H. Gibbs
costs were considerably reduced. In one particular road pils receive— first prize, $5; second (l Main St., second house north <
G I L G A N ’S
district before the consolidation, the average cost of plac prize, $2.50. The high schools, first \
$10; second prize, $5.
ing gravel on the roads had amounted to over $2 per yard. prize,
instructions have been mailed § Phone 3706
Under the new plan the cost in this same district was less to Full
Gresham , Ore.
E stacada, Oregon
than 50 cents per yard.
The difference in costs throughout the county was F ebruary 1.
in favor of the new plan by a wide margin, although the
«•a.e < i• i-d above v\.is an unusual one and was an exe»p-i
Estacada Meat Co.
lion, | ha!
ianv > opi-ratmg toio.y un ter tin oue-dis-
,-ict piaa, ..:d fe* /'-ople ir: tin.- c* ’iinv could loUUu was AI tv. very ui from
ilu, is now a lin o s i
who would desire to return to the old district idea.
Mrs. Billy K ircher and
If business can be done on a large scale more eco baby Mr. are and staying
nomically than on a small scale, and there is no question e at present. Mrs. Ham m an su f
about that,—it can,—Clackamas county could benefit by hom
fers considerably from her feet.
making the whole county into one road district.
Sandy G range is represented on the
Pom ona sta ff of officers by Mrs.
The national debt has been reduced $8,922,408,- Pete Stone, who was inducted into
100.58. We can at least grasp the significance of the 58 jmiiimmiimiiiMimmimimimiiiiiiiv
The More Electrical Service and
A new gas is reported, which is said to be too clan | Exceptional |
The More Electrical Appliances
gorous to use in war. Must be what the bootleggers are
supplying their customers.
you use, the More you
We know some fellows who would have been mill | Offering
can enjoy life.
ionaires long ago if they had always worked as hard at
Buster Brown and E
their job as they labored at finding excuses for not work
| Brown-bilt patent strap S
ing on the job.
§ pumps and ties for wo- §
men and girls. These S
A Chicago man’s life vugs saved when a bullet was | are
styles in =
deflected with a cigarette lighter. VVe always thought | neat desirable
those things must be good for something.
| have trimmings, medi- 1
um and low heels. | 1 ELECTRIC STORE
The News wonders if anything but Bull Run water
is hauled to Salem in those jugs, for the legislators to
drink. If not, bootleggers must look upon this as an awful § A Real Opportunity for El
tVaste of effort and opportunity.
$ 2 .9 5 A PAIR
THE FAULT FINDER
When a man finds fault with his local newspaper,
the chances are ten to one that he hasn’t an advertisement 1 BUSTFR BROWN f
in it; five to one he never gave it job work; three to one
Also Stores in Salem, Oregon City, Gresham, St. Helens, Hillsboro, St.
he’s delinquent in his subscription; even money that he | SHOE STORE |
Johns, Oregon, and Vancouver, Washington.
never did anything to assist the publisher to make it a
good paper: and forty to one he’s anxious to get it when = Main at 8th Oregon City | =
it comes.—The Chanute (Kan.) Tribune.
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