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About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 20, 1914)
Notice for Publication.
Department ct fhe
E a ste rn C la c k a m a s
R e c o g n iz e d
( iN C o B H O R A T K D )
U . S . Lana Office at i
Pasture and Grain Crops for Hogs
in the Pacific Northwest.
IN TRO D U CTIO N
The Clackamas County Court
'Y W ’G r e a t e r O r e g o n ‘
This lit! 1 let in deals especially with
last week appro) riated $300.(10
VViib im v building«, hotter equip
ment, on Urged ground«, aud nu oy ad*
H E N R Y V . A D I X . M . L m erce Bidg , Portland. Oregon, did. cn the 20th
i S IM ADA. ORI GOA
fo the Clackamas county exhibit
to its faculty, tnc University
day of August, 1913. file in this o/tice Sw orn State
at the coming Oregon State Fair, may he used in economical pork pro
o f Oregon w ill b
egin Iff thirty-ninth
K. M. Standisti. Editor "nd Manager
P H Y S IC IA N A SUR G EO N
ment and Application. No, 0 3 9 0 0 . to purchase the
5 ear Tuesday, September 15
to be he held in Salem, Sept. ¡¿Sth duction in the Pacific Northwest.
N W iii of the SWVa . Section 14. Tow nship 2 South.
the to il off lc « In h f tara la. 0 » « koi
for Business, Jour-
to Oct. 3rd next.
R ange fa East. W illam ette Meridian, and the timber
Taw, Medicine, Teaching, Li
second class nuil
OFFICE, A D JO ININ G RESIDENCE
The County Court, after con the Northwest are men who are suc
thereon, under the provisions of the act of June 3.
brary W ork, Music, AxchiteCTur«,
Physical 1 raining and Fine Axu.
1878. and acts amendatory, known as the "T im b e r
ferring with County Fruit In- cessfully producing pork, they have
Local and Long Distance Telephone
S U B S C R IP T IO N R A T E S
I arrest and strongest departments
and Stone L a w ” at such value as might be fixed by
heeti visited and their methods, crops
t . .! education.
The doctor’s phone can l»e connected appraisement, and that. pursuant to such application.
feeding systems have hern
S ix months..................................................... —
building* lull/ I
with your home phone at night if rr the land and . iher thereon have been appraised, the
— (ye editor) as manager o f the
timber estin. ed I fa.0 0 0 board feet at 50 cents per
quested. One loui; rinjf.
for men and
M and fa' ! 00 :>oard feet at 25 certs re r M. and the I
I Clackamas county exhibit.
Thursday, August 20 . 1014
land J77.C 0: tat said applicant will offer final proof
ust/ated booklet, j
While the editor thoroughly of these successful men available fo
in support of I 3 a li?at*on and sworn statement on I
Owing to the rapid growth in
r • > . r v -
' appreciates the nonor o f this ap all.
day ol Septem ber, 1914, before the R e g - I
D r . W. K . H a v H a n d y .
Want and For Sale Column
-- - w l W l l v Z s M - v l
E tia C N i:. O R E G O N
pointment. he is also well aware population of this section the last de
ister and Receiver, U . S . Land Office, at Portland
o f the work in store for him and
P h y s ic ia n a n d
A r y person is at liberty to protest this purchase
Progress Want Ads Turn The has decided to tackle the job with creased faster than the supply, and
u, cucr-c m v y fi-ifc II 47 ,'.»^hkv—
before antry. or initiate a contest at any time before
D ea l
the help and co-operation o f the there is little reason why hog raising
patent issues, by filing a cjrrGfxuuie'U affidavit in
people o f Eastern Clackamas and should not become a more important
O f f ic e u n M a in S t. b e t w e e n 1st this office. »Ile^int; facts which wculd defeat the i
B IC Y C L E Sale or trade, good
industry in the Pacific Northwest.
a n d 2 n d . T e le p h o n e C o n n e c tio n s
the county at large.
H . F. Hifcby,
The sum appropriated by the Although there have been some out
R e s id e n c e c o r n e r o f S e c o n d
Kenneth Bartlett, Estacada.
R E G IS T E R .
court is hardly sufficient to make breaks of hog cholera, the North
a n d C u r r i n streets
FOR S A L E Good second hand such a showing as the county de west has been remarkably free from
Notice fur Puhlicdtiv n
bicycle newly enameled and in serves, but with the volunteered this disease. The larger cities have
Department of the Interior, U . 3 . Land Offiee at
he p that will come, a good ex well-equipped packing houses and
good condition. Bargain.
Portland. Oregon. August 7 I 9 14 Ser. 04 76 .
Or. L. A. W E L L S
I'nion Stock-yards are in operation 1
hibit will be made.
Notice is hei by e ven that C h arles W . Sw an, cf
See Finch— Estacada.
Inasmuch as Miss Wilma Pitching
55 . 33 °
Co.ton. Clackamas C t .. Oregon, who, on Septem ber
Mr. Freytag will help to a large at Portland, Oregon. During recent had obtained the largest number or
Estacada M. E. Church 49.595
29. 1908. made Homestead Entry. N o. 047fa. for
FOR S A L E Cash or Trade:
extent, but as he is superinten years a large percentage of hogs votes, during the week ending Au g
D E N T IS T
Nh$a. Section 8. T o w nship 5 South. R ange 4 East.
Good farm team, mare and horse. dent o f the pavilioi) and superin slaughtered in the cities of Portland,
23. 3 00
W illam ette Meridian, has filed notice cf Intention to
15th, she was awarded the weekly
E. C. Suter, Eagle Creek.
tendent o f the horticultural and Tacoma, Seattle and Spokane have prize.
make Final five year Proof, to establish claim to the
land above described, before the R egister and R e
FOR T R A D E —Two good houses agricultural departments c f the been shipped from east of the kockv opened again Saturday, Altg. 22nd
40 . 37 °
ceiver U S . Land Office ai Portland. Oregon, on
A s s o c ia te d w i t h Dr. H . V. the 22rd day cf Septem ber. 1914.
in Portland, for improved Esta- State Fair, his time will be taken
In addition to this, enormous and a prize will be awarded the con 16 Ruth Saling
cada or nearby farm
A d ix .
Claimant names as witnesses:
quantities of eastern bacon and lard testant who has made the best 17 Della Vailen
A . Vaden,
A. E. Sparks,
showing for this week. T he fol
18 Garfield Country Club
H arry E. W orden.
------1— | others have usually been in charge are annually consumed by the Pacific
lowing is the standing as shown
FOR TR A D E Tw o good lots ¡o f men from Oregon City or oth- Coast States.
* 3 . 5*5
M , Dibble, all of Colton. Oregon,
Management of Pastures
in tho citv o f Estacada for an I t.r parts o f the county and this is
D R R. M O R S E .
H . F. Higby.
13 . 15 °
I about the first time that Eastern
Below is a list of the Candidates
P h y s ic ia n a n d Surgeon
Ed. Rates, Estacada.
Clackamas county has had a depends largely upon tne consump- for the F'irst to Weeks.
Proof made according to law under which entry was
chance to show what it can do.
1 »¡on of a great deal of cheaply
W A N T E D Second-hand I nitr
Tests eyes and fits glasses.
Last year, the exhibit from ! grown feed, the pasture should be so | i Wilma Kitching
Notice for Publication
ify. Would prefer to work or! I this county was awarded third managed that the forage produc- 2 Gladys Hayner
Office over Drug Store
Mrs. liarl Kilgore
Department of the Interior. U S . Land O ff ira at do painting in exchange for it.
p rizeatth e State Fair and should tion v.i!l be clean, tender and gala- • 3 Lera Dale
* * 7-377
Local aud long distance tele Portland. Oregon. August 7. 1914. S e r. 0
____ _ M . Shanklar.d, Route 1.
— I receive an even better award this talile. In practice, hog pastures are
Notice is hereby given that H airy E. W irden. of
4 Mrs. Roy Douglass
Mrs. J. W. Stevens
Coiton, Clackamas C o.. O regon, who on A t r il 2.
FOR S A LE : Two good Jersey I year, i f present plans carry, and
5 Grace Denney
Jas. G. Hamilton
1 90 9, made H o m esteai Entry. N o. 0 l7 fa8 . for cows, will be fresh soon.
| wavs: (1 ^continuous close grazing,
8 . 7°5
S E H . Section 8 T o w nship 5 South. R ange 4 East
P. F. Standish o f Garfield is in I (2)alteruate pasturing of equal areas 6 Pearl Johnson
C. C. Saling, Currinavilie.__
C L A U D E W. D E V O R E W illam ette Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to
charge of the horticultural de and (jjp as tu iin g the meadow.
7 Edna Jorg
67.455 29 Leta Posson
make Flnai iivu year Proof, to establish claim to the
FOR SALE: One large seven- partment o f the Clackamas coun
Continuous Close Grazing
A T T O R N E Y -A T -L A W
land above described, before the R egister ard R e
8 Minnie Nelson
ceiver o. the U . S . Land O ffice, at Portland. Oregon, year-old Jersey cow.
T he method in most common use
ty exhibit at the Canby fa ir and
The prize for the week ending
on the 2. r i day of Septem ber. 1914.
J. B. Bowman, Garfield.
is to turn in all the hogs the pasture 9
N O T A R Y P U B L IC
Claimant names as w itnesses’
57.725 Aug. 22nd will be a cold meat fork.
will support, leaving them in the to F'lora Johnson
C harles W . S w a n ,
FOIi S A L E : O wing to having partment, an extra display can
E s ta c a d a . O re g o n
be added at both fairs.
The field during the entire season
A . Vailen
sold my property, I w ill sell:
R em em ber-
Usually the pasture is kept closely
Milk cow, fresh last o f month; East Clackamas fair cannot help grazed, too often it is over-grazed r!
M Dibble, all ° f Colton, Oregon.
100 votes for $1. cash purchase at Finch’s store,
W. B A R T L E T T .
twenty head o f hogs; one 2 -horse but be benefited by this arrange the plants being cropped so closely
H . F. H igby.
300 • »
1 » % * - paid on old accounts at F'inch's store,
sulky cultivator; one grant seed
that the stand is soon ruined. The
,, $ t. cash on new subscription to the Progress,
Proof made according to law under w hich entry was
er with spring tooth cultivator; terial fo r the two larger fairs can pasture then becomes little better ,, ., 2000 ,,
,, ,, 1000 ,,
,, «1. cash for renewal to subscription or for
one Economy Chief cream sepa be shown at Estacada first.
Office on Broadway.
subscription paid in advance (no matter
It is now almost too late to get than a drv lot and the hogs make
rator; yearling steer.
how far) at $1. for each year.
H. Epperson, Garfield.
is, grain in bundles for decora feed in this pasture becomes scarce, Call at the Progress office or Finch’s Store for further information.
FOR S A L K
Good fresh vege tive purposes and the w riter either the number of hogs per acre
tables. Come aud see them.
wishes to ask all farmers to save should he reduced or other forage
“ S c h o o lin g in youth sho uld In v a ria b ly b e
JO H N BRO W N
d irected to p ie p a r c a p erso n in the best w ay
out at least one good bundle of provided.
fo r th e heat p erm a n e n t occu pation for w h ich
h e is c a p a b l e . ’— P r e s id e n t C . W . Eliot.
grain this week for display use. Alternate Pasturing of Equal Areas
T H E IN S U R A N C E M A N
One of the most satisfactory wavs
bring it to the Progress
This is the Mission of the
P H O N E 513
land near Estacada.
office or advise this office and it o f ‘managing is to divide it into two
will be called for.
Bundles of or more fields of equal area. These
oats, wheat, barley, all kinds o f fields are then used alternately, the
P'OR S A L K Cow and calf.
O R E G O N
Forty-sixth School Year Opens
grasses, corn, vetches, clover hogs remaining in each about a week
_____N. M. Tracy, Garfield.
R E L I E F A S S O C IA T IO N
5EPTEHBER 18th, 1014
and Other products are wanted, j nr ten days, in the case of clover and
Highest These bundles do not necessarily alfalfa the growth is allowed to be
W A N T E D — Eggs.
Write for illustrated too-page Book
O F M C M IN N V IL E . O R E .
let, “ THH LIFE C a r e e r ,” and fur Cata price paid at Palace Meat Market. ha ve to be prize winning mater- come 3 or 4 inches high before the
log containing full information.
F r e d J o r o .
ial, but representative and to be hogs are turned in to eat off quickly.
D e g r e e C o u r s e s — A G R IC U L T U R E :
Automobile Insurance a Specially
When the pasture consists of such
fo r decoration.
Agronom y, Animal Husbandry, Dairy Hus
W A N T E D — Sanitary couch, with
This exhibit w ill comprise all crops as rap;, kale and vetch, which
bandry, Poultry Husbandry, Horticulture. or without mattress.
Agriculture for Teachers. FORESTRY,
kinds o f fruits, vegetables and will not stand close grazing, the
l o g g i n g E n g in e e r in g . H o m e E c o
grains and everyone is asked to growth is permitted to reach a heigh!
n o m i c s : Domestic Sclent e, Domestic Art,
save out a quantity o f these of 8 or to inches before tiie hogs are
C ity Council D oings
Changing the hogs from
H igh w ay, Mechanical, Chem ical. Mining.
products and bring them to this turned in
At a regular meeting of the Es
Ceramics. C O M M ERC E . PH ARM ACY
office or have them called for. field to field gives the pasture a per
I n d u s t r i a l a r t s .
tacada City Council last week, the
They will be exhibited first at iod of rest c'nring which the plants
V oca tion a l C o u r s c s -Agriculture, D a iry council,
after passing on several
recuperate and grow rapidly. When
ing, Home Makers’ Course, Industrial hills for services rendered the city, the Estacada fa ir and then used
W . A. JO N ES
at the later shows, including the the stock is returned to the field,
Arts. Forestry. Business Short Course.
took up the matter of sewer and
Portland Land Products Show in the forage is clean, tender and pal
W ith full equipment.
S c h o o l o f M u s ic — Piano, String, Band,
atable and large quantities are con
Farmers Business Course by Mail Free.
Good rigs and careful drivers alway»
Do not depend on your neigh sumed.
sewer in district 4 was awarded to
A d d re ss T H E R E G I S T R A R ,
Owing to the rapid growth made
to help this work, but tele
Of Oregon City, Distributers.
(t w 7-15 to 9-9)
C o rv a llis. Oregon
FI. E. Hannah of Estacada. as the
phone this office and advise us while at rest, a pasture that is sub
Given Hunting and Fishing Parties
what you have, that we can de divided and the areas grazed alter
immediately advertise tor bids for
pend on. I f you are willing to nately is capable of earn in g a
the building of the district 3 sewer
volunteer a little wo k in the much larger number of hogs per
Dr. Morse also tests eyes
S w in e In form ation
and also for the city's connecting
T e a m W o r k a n d H a u lin g by
preparation o f this exhibit, please acre, other conditions being equal, « ■stir
5 , and fits glasses. Office over
The Portland Railway Light & sewer.
advise us at once, as much work than one that is continuously pas
The water committee of the coun
Power Co. have made nn appropria
the D a y or C o n tra c t
has to lie done in preparing the tured.
tion through Mr. T. W. Cross of
Hogs usually graze a pasture
grains and other decorations.
Portland. Oregon. June 20, 1914.
N once is hereby
S e r. 0 3 9 0 0
Edwin G .
Am m e [
I v e rs
whose post-oifice address is 5 i 8 C h am fer of C o m - I
¿ m tfiir i
Standing of PIANO Contestants
Week ending August Í5
TH E LIFE CAR EER
O U IC D L T IM COLLEGE
N E W 1915 P R IC E S
Effective August 1st, 1914, F. O. B.
Oregon City or Estacada
T. Runabout $ 5 1 5 .0 0
Touring Car 565.00
Pacific H igh w a y Garage
J. W . R E E D .
their Agricultural Department, to nesday to inspect several different
G e o r g e C o m m e rc ia l a n d
somewhat unevenly, some areas be
issue a handsome booklet, dealing water supplies, with a view of ob
ing eaten off much more closely than
S o c ia l C lu b M e e tin g
entirely with hog raising in Clack taining better water for Estacada.
others. T o keep down the weeds
The regular meeting was held
amas Countv. This booklet will
and make the growth come on even last Saturday evening at the hume
contain many valuable crop tables, condition of Estacada, it makes it arrived in Estacada. August 13th ly. the pasture is clipped with a
of Robert Miller
The club elected
ensilage statistics and other infor very hard for the council to do and were liberated in the Clacka mo.ver immediately after the hogs
a house committee, consisting of
mation for the hog raiser and also much to remedy the present condi mas and nearby streams. The are removed.
A. E. SPARKS
data from the Portland Stock tion of the water supply, but they necessary work being done by
W . M. Yonce
Hogs are inclined to root when
willing volunteers. This makes the surface of the ground is wet or ‘ Bob" Miller. T he incorporation PACIFIC STATES FIRE INSURANCE CO.
Yards, as to the proper disposition are doing their best.
papers will be filed as soon as the
As a suggestion, it might l»e wise ! about 200,000 fr y that have been damp.
of the hogs etc. This booklet
For tins reason the pasture j ;,fficers ()f , he associa)ion can Ret to
should be ready for general distri to spend a small amount for a drink- j liberated nearby this summer if under irrigation, is irrigated iust
it. The question of better mail |
bution by Sept. Sth. and will lie mg water supply into Estacada, and more are yet to come from after the hogs are changed from one
service was discussed and the peti
given out at the East Clackamas
pasture lot to the next.
Several good springs ¡ W. Simmons, Cecil Schock and the surface of the ground time to tion is now being signed up
F'atr and at the other fairs this fall. season only
sunt of money was voted for the
Blacksmith and Wheelwriqht The Estacada Progress has ar are nearby Estacada and at a cost ¡ Warden Patton made a trip to
<1ry before the forage is large enough purchasing of more dishes, which,
ranged to print tlie booklet and i ° f a b-w hundred dollars they could Squaw Lake last week, where to be grazed.
Call at E S TA C A D A P H A R M A C Y
with the dishes now loaned by the
through the courtesy of G
B f * piped into the town, where the | they lib rated several thousand
A t the Old Stand
Pasturing the Meadow
members, will be sufficient for a
Dimick of Oregon Citv, many fine | inhabitants could get drinking o f the fry.
Many successful hog raisers prefer
Calendar of Meeting Dates
time at least.
A delightful music
pictures of prize winning hogs will | water in pails.
T he water fund of | A request has been made to to use such crops as clover and al
al program was enjoyed.
Miss KstacadH Development League.
GIVE HIM A CALL
illustrate the text.
, t,le c ‘ ty now comprises about ¡fsoo. the Portland A nglers’ Club f r a falfa for both pasture and hay at j
Monday evening, each month at
Edith Buckbolz of Portland render
Mr. Cross, recently mailed to all s o * "me " " ’" 7 is n°lv a,,1,and
donation o f $50.00 to the Esta- the same time. The number of I ed several piano selections, and
C. I. C. Rooms.
council on Tuesday issued cada Rod & Gun Club, same to hogs turned into the field is so limit- I
farmers in this section, return post
Civic Improvement Club. 2nd. and 4th.
the following bulletin, with a view h*' used in the further liberation ed that the usual crops of hav are! Will Lins, Frank and Fred Mar
Saturday afternoon at C. I. 0, Rooms.
card forms, to be filled in and re
to conserving the water supply in o f trout iry from the River Mill made. T he chief advantages of shall with cornet, violin and piano
turned to him. in order to obtain
I. O. O. F.
Every Saturday night,
Hatchery, in distant lakes and ¡his method are ( i ) presence of an
8 F. M. at I. O. O. F. Hull.
First class lumber of all kinds, i dat.1 and statistics as to the crops
A goodly crowd was in at
"Notice -Under authority vested Streams. A s Portland fishermen [abundance of feed, ( 2 )the meadow mony.
1 and acreage tributary to their lines.
in the City Council of Estacada, are vitally interested in this fish j ¡s not grazed closely enough for tendance and many of the George Rebeccas. Each 2nd and 4th Wednes
Dim ensio n material a specialty, most of the farmers have filled out
day Evening, 8 I*. M. at I. O. O. F.
people were oversleeping Sunday
Oregon, bv the W A T E R nil»* and planting,
should come the stand to be injured, (3)it is not :
these forms and returned same, hut
' ' -: 1 through.____
necessary to subdivide the pasture:.......... —
A. F. & A. M. First Tuesday evening
Prompt deliveries made from some have neglected it. This is of
into areas for alternate pasturing,
Earl W agner returned to E
each month at I. O. O. F. Hall,
¡vital importance to all concerned, I he tol.owing order has I k - cii made
b ig stock on hand.
° e 3 e
. v e r IStllg
and (4 )the changing of the hogs itaila last Week from an extended Order of Eastern Star. Third Tuesdav
\ for these statistics will be the basis bv Ihe said City t »ainc11
PR< I I B I T E D
In keepin g wit
- to-date from oo*
iocloaure to another t- sta y at the B ag iev Hot Springs.
each month at I. O. .........“
O. F. Hall.
Phone or call at mill, at Dodge., for much valuable information that except between the hours of 5 P. M. I business methods, the colleges obveated.
F ew o f E a r l’s friends recognized Logan Grange. First Saturday in every
will be disseminated bv that de-
are usin g the columns o f the
When the number of animals him behind the h ea vy fr in g e o f
month at Grange Hall.
0 . C. Klaetsch, Owner. I partaient Un-r. If you have not and .) P. M.
All sprinkling on the F L A T newspapers for advertising.
In pastured is so limited that the usual beard, which he had acquired on Springwater Grange. Second Saturday
alriade filled out and returned the
must he done on dai s of even date. I this paper will be found the ad- hay crops are made, the growth he- his outing.
He reports a large
in «very month at Grange Hall.
I card to Mr. Cross, do so at once.
AH sprinkling on the H I L L vert isomer.t3 o f the Oregon A g ri cotnes so coarse and weedy that they number o f campers
the! Eagle Creek Grange. Third Saturday in
We SELL and DELIVER
cultural College and the U niver do not consume as much forage as springs, but few fish
every month al Grange Hal).
Mrs. F" D Clark,
Water will tie shut off k,r viola sity o f Oregon, calling attention is desirable of economical gains, as caught.
Jennev and Mrs. Kidd, all of Med
Garfield Grange. Fourth Saturday in
to their coming seasons with the the hogs relish the young shoots
ford. Ore spent last Sunday with lions of the above order.
every month at Grange Hall.
Carl Kiminel o f Estacada has
In case ot F'IRE tie sure and see varied
courses o f instruction. best. When the forage becomes too
Mrs Hevlman of Estacada. Mr.
Suushine Circle. Every two weeks on
joined J. H. Sevier's threshing
First class - $4.00 per cord
Clark Relnap also spent »he week that all hydrants are immediately The O. A. C. year book which: large to furnish desirable feed, an
was recently received here, is a area near the watering place is clip crew, which is working in Viola Dorcas Society. Third Thursday of
Second class 3.50 ’
end at F"ir Lodge, where Mrs Btl- shut off
Alv ve orders are to he in effect beautiful specimen o f the print- ped with a mower.
This should he
nap has twen visiting for the past
until n»>tified to the contrary.
Cord Wood in any Quantity three weeks.
cr's art besides being one o f the large enough to furnish the desired
Miss Fern Darling o f Portland, Modern Priscillas’. Fourth Thursday of
most c mplete college catalogs amount of pasture
H. V. Adix. Mayor
In a few davs who has been visiting at the
Writ« B C. LOONEY
The European Mar mav raise
Claude W. Devore, Recorder.” issued, and its perusual should the clipped area produces a vigorous home o f L. Y. Congdon o f Cur-
or S. L. FISHER
Albert K. Wiesendanger of
the prices of food stuffs, but tile
The above notice was gotten ont make young men or women anx growth of new shoots, upon which rinsville, was the guest o f honor
Route 3, Estacada, Oregon
price* of poultry and eggs will in poster torui and distributed to all ious to enter college.
College the hogs feed without materially at a young ladies’ party last Fri the U S F'orest Service, was in Es
tacada this week, in connection
Or leave orders at Prcgress Office. probably Ire lower, for it is learned water users.
courses are no longer an educa disturbing the rest of meadow
[f day evening._______
with the hurry call for fire fighters
that Fred Bartholomew of Plstrcadn
tion in the
languages, the area first mowed i* not sufficient
Frank Dowty of Portland, visited for the North Fork fire.
The people of Viola were treated higher sciences and mathematics, to furnish the required feed, more
has gone into the poultry business
on his Currin*ville Ranch, having to a lecture and steropticon views, regardless o f their later value of the meadow is clipped, as neces his parents last Sunday at their
Mrs. N. B. Ecker, form erly o f
To prevent the Alspangh home.
Horseshoeing and Repair Work this week shipped out a large as bv Mr. Chas. Rut he third the Bap to the student; but the present sity may demand
Estacada but now o f Indepen-
DONE AT MORROWS' RARN
Mrs. E. Fitzgerald o f Portland dence. Ore., .-pent a few d a fs
Tile lecture was given at s tu d y in g almost any branch o f coming impared bv overgiazing,
under the dirret supervision and India
A H work Kuaranterd
instruction of Fred’s sister, Mrs E. ! the Viola M. E. Church last F’ ri- work, which will directly tit that different portions of the meadow is visiting at the home o f H. Gith- last week visiting her daughter,
W. c . Whitfield
ens o f Currinsville.
I Mrs. W . F. Cary o f Estacada.
I day evening.
student for work in a fte r life.
• are used from »tar to year.
J. V. BARR
16 inch WOOD