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About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 10, 1914)
T h e G e o rge Social & Com mer
cial C lu b on last Satu rd ay afternoon
was addressed bv T . W. Cross, ag
riculturalist of the F. K. L & P.
C o. on Hog Raising. Arrangement
has been made for the members to
participate in a corn grow in g con
test, seed to be furnished by the
At the evening meeting it was
decided to have a N e w Y e a rs tree
and a club dance on N ew Y e ars
K ve. E a ch member will receive a
present from the tree and it is e x
pected that a belated Santa Claus
will be in'attendance. Co nsidérable
work has been done on the club
building, the club room proper has
been added to the main building.
T h e n ext regular meeting will be
Sat. evening. Dec. 12th.
A Useful C r o w b a r .
A very handy tool which m ay be
m ade by any black sm ith or by the
fa rm e r h im self if he h as a forge is
show n in th e figure. It is m ade o f u
round piece o f steel th re e-q u a rters of
un inch hi d iam eter and th irty inches
in length. One end is flattened and
bent dow nw ard, a s show n a t A. T he
o th er end is also b atten ed and shaped
very much like th e cla w s on an ordi
nary ham m er. T h is end Is to tie used
fo r nail pulling and sim ila r work, so
will need to be tem pered very c a re
D raw th e tem p er to a som e
what g rea te r e x ten t th an in au ord i
nary » old chisel, and it will he about
T h e sh ape o f th is end is shown
in the figure at It. T h e slo t can be
cut w ith a ch isel w hile th e steel is
hot. c u ttin g from tile in n er side so as
to form th e groove fo r th e nail heads.
T h is tool will be found to be Ju st
th e th in g for fencing, te a rin g down
o;d- buildings, etc., being esp ecially
useful fo r pulling old n ails and spikes
out o f lum ber
C h u rn in g Temperature.
It Is hard to chu rn cream a t too low
a te m p era tu re K eep It cool a fte r sepa
ratin g It until som e tim e b efore ch u rn
ing. then exp ose it to an ord inary room
tem p era tu re, about 70 degrees, until It
E A S T E R N ST A R A T T EN T IO N
Mountain chapter, O. E S. will
hold its annual election of officers
next T u e sd ay, Dec. 15th. at 8 P.M.
All members requested to be pres
E v a M W ash W. M.
Helena V\ Devore Secy.
Remember the three big dances
scheduled for the coming holiday
season. T h e first will lie in liable
Creek, Christm as Kve. at C o g s
well' s Hall, with (lancing from 9 to
3 with late cars in both directions
Sinclair’ s Portland Orchestra will
furnish the music and all are in
I O O F
On Satu rday night. Dec 12th.
there will be a reception given bv
T h e C. I. C. X m a s dance will
the Odd Fellows and Rebeccas in occur the night of the 25»ti at the
honor of State G tan d Secretary E. Kstaeada Pavilion with Steih’ s Port
E . Sharon and Grand Warden, land orchestra for the occasion.
Westbrook. All members in\ ited Supper will be served in the Pavil
and allowed to bring a friend.
R e ion, and dancing will begin at 8:30
with a Grand March and will con
freshments will be served.
tinue until 3 0 ' clock.
P L O W IN G .
T h e lute fall plow ing o f land
intended to be seeded to oats
n ext spring Is in m ost in stan ces
au excellen t practice. I f th e land
is n atu rally heavy th e exp osure
to w in ter freezin g and th aw in g
will do much to am elio rate it.
but th e principal ad v an tag e to
be gained is in havin g th e land
ready for seeding Ju st as early
in th e sprin g as fro st and mois- ••
p e rm it
rsu u lly oats sow n early succeed
much b etter th an those sow n
later. T h e re is alm ost alw a y s a
b rief period in early spring
when oats can be sown if the
land is ready, but if th e plow ing ::
has yet to be done th e opportu
nity passes b efore both th e plow
ing and th e seeding are accom
plished. It freq u en tly is sev eral
w eeks b efo re a n o th er opportuni
ty fo r seeding occurs. T h is Is
th e c h ief argum en t fo r th e fall
plow ing < r oat land
G erm an
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the most conservative principles, and we
respectfully solicit your patronage.
Make use of our savings and check
ing service, an 4 feel free to store your
valuable papers in our safe deposit vaults.
Call on us if you wish advice or as
sistance, whether borrowing or loaning.
For insurance our service is of the
best and we want you to avail yourself
of our service.
Li HOY D. WALKER. President
Interest paid on time deposits.
Valu abl e as A n y Le gu m e s and a Great
T h e soy bean is at least a s valu able
as any o f th e legum es and iu many
localities pays better th an any other.
It Is cap ab le o f being m ade a stap le
gruin crop and is a g rea t soil renova
tor. It is a cran k y crop on soil which
has not been inoculated w ith Its pecu
liar bacteriu m , which d iffers greatly
from th e b acteria of oth er pod bearers.
T h e re is good reason for th in king th at
th e b acteria of clover, a lfa lfa , cow-
peas. sw eet clov er and the ordinary
wild vetch es and beans and such
legum es as th e lo c i .s i tree a re ab le to
adapt th em selv es to o th er plants, so
th a t on e crop to som e e x te n t inocu lates
Success In D ai ry in g.
Eldorado • Lost Chord
('b o m s
Concert Polk 1
R ovai (jileen
Y ( Klärtet
G av o tte
4 C Ilo Solo
5 B ritolte Solo
B ills of S i Michael's T o w e r
6 C lorns
7 Violin Solo
• > Reading
Cas ev at th*- Bat
H e 's G o ! ' E'li on the List
9 T enor Solo
I O T rio
Torpedo and the W hale
1 i (Quartette
T h e T ow n Pump
1 2 C h e r.is
Good L u c k Silv er Collection
Conductor - David Horner
Violin - Mrs. C F\ Atte
Piano - Miss. M ary Folsotn
Baritone - Fred Horner
Tenor Harold Horner
Cello - C F. Atte
R etr i sh nten ts afte r co ncert at a feiv pence.
IRWIN D. WHICH I, Cashier
'The sn c r c s -tu i d a i r y m a n is not only
h fartn ci a n d breeder, but In tbe true
s e n s e of the word tie Is a business man
f ro m the c o m m e r c i a l stand point and a
m an u factu rer's
stand point, w rites I'ro fe sso r K ildee of
th e Iowa exp erim en t sta tio n
n te e d s . feeds and selects his cow s
e a c h upon its individual m erits, for tin*
purpose o f con v ertin g th e raw ma
terin is grow n on th e farm lu th e form s
of grain s and g ra sses into a tin is lied
com m odity o f com m erce — m ilk a n d 1
b utter fa t
T h e profitable cow is one
th at has the a b ility and cap acity to
produce from a m lnlinuifi food supply
a m axim um am ount o f milk rich iu fat
Springwater Choral Concert
Saturday Evening, December 12th. 8.15 O’clock
At Springwater Fresbyterian Church
T h e N ew Y e a r s E v e dance will
Ire iu charge of the Estaeada Vol
uuteer Fire Dept and with linker's
orchestra, this event will he one ol
the b e s t of the season, with danc
ing continuing all night.
Estaeada State Bank
Sugar, Fure c a n e _____ IG '/j lbs. for $1.
Cranberries, Cape cod, 2 quarts for 15c
25 07.. K C Baking pow d e r ________ 20c
1 lb. can Royal or C leveland______ 44c
3 cans 25c
Dozen cans $1.
A & H Soda _
5 lb. Pail, Red label S y r u p .._
10 l b . ....................
5 1b. ” Blue ”
10 1b. ” ”
5c Laundry or Hand soap
10 bars 45c
Bon A m i_______ 0c
Old Dutch Cleanser, _ ____ 3 for 25c
Royal Club Mince Meat
(none b e tte r )________
3 for 25c
Y i lb. can Best grade Ground Pepper 18c
x/t l b . .....................
(Lowest prices on high grade
Spices and Extracts
9 lb. Bag Ohio Buckwheat Flour ... 50c
9 lb. Bag Graham ______________
9 lh. Bag Corn Meal ___
9 lb. Bug Fancy Flaked Rolled Oats . 45c
Farina, ______________Bag 48c
Buy your Groceries of us
And we will both make money.
_Cary Merc. Co.
Palace Meat Market
fo r an y other. B u t th e soy bean in
oculatlon is so fa r d ifferent from the
rest th at th e p lan t m ust h ave its own
b acteria or it cann ot ta k e nitrogen
from th e air. T h e K en tu ck y experi-
; inent statio n h as found, how ever, th at
| th e first crop o f soy bean s on any Held
will have a few nodules on th e roots
and th a t file n ex t y e ar th e Inoculation
for th e second crop will be found per
feet. T h e lesson in this to th e av erag e
fa rm e r Is to plant a sm all patch o f soy
beans a t th e first op|M»rtunity. and by
follow ing th is with a n o th er crop he
will h ave a Held from w hich lie can
ta k e soil fo r Inocu lating th e rest o f HD
farm as found d esirab le
T h e sam e
method will work well with a lfa lfa
and oth er legum es. E v ery fa rm should
h ave a t least a sm all p atch well inocii
Jilted by repeated plan tin gs w ith th e
b acteria o f al! th e good legum inous
crops.—Farm and F iresid e
We handle only the best of meats
Lard, Bacon, Sour Kraut, Pickle .
A comp ete line of fresh and salt meat«.
Fresh vegetables in their season.
Fresh E g g s and Butter.
tRM) J0HG, Proprietor
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