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About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 24, 1914)
This Week, our 1315 Cdlemldrs
They are beautiful
souvenirs and we have enough to go
around, one for each family.
order to see that each family receives
one, we ask that you call personally
and dont send the children.
Com bination Card and
50c and 75c
Mrs. A. D. McMillan of Eagle
Miss Minnie Craft of Viola, who
Creek visited friends Htid relatives lias been ill with pneumonia, is
Miss KL t ie Reagan ot Portland is
slowly recov ering. Many reports of
spending the holidays with her par in Portland last week.
Hoh Marchhauk of Estacada is ■ bad colds are current from all dis
ents in Ks'aeada.
about again, after a week's illness | tricts
Miss Esther Revell, who is teach
John Mattoon of Redlands hauled
ing at the Tracy school, has gone
a big load ot lumber for Chas. Hir-
Hugh Mendenhall of Estacada
to N, Yakima, Wash, to spend the
iubotbom’ s new house at River
was suddenly called front town by
Mill, and Wni. Hicinbothotu of
the death of a relative.
Mr. and Mis Irwin D, Wright
Viola is helping with the carpentry
Mr and Mrs. A. W Cooke of work.
of Estacada gave a couple of de
lightful dinner parties to friends Damascus wete the week end guests
Clnistmas exercises were held at
of Mrs. Howlett at Eagle Creek.
the Viola M E church on Wed
H. Schmidt of George met with nesday evening, Dec. 23rd
W. E Linn of Clavton. Iil. ar
rived this we;k and is visiting his a serious accident last Sunday, entertainment was ill chatge of
sisier. Mrs Julius Krieger of Gar while leading a cow, which result Miss Myrtle Woodle and a good
¡sized crowd was pieseiit.
ed lit a fracture of his left arm.
News Notes From All Sections
Miss Elizabeth Reid of Garfield,
Miss Katie Douglass of Eagle
Creek has gone to Stevenson, who has been attending the Uni
Wash, to spend the holidays with versity of Washington, has re
her parents, Mr. aud Mrs. John turned for the holidays
W e have just received our new
Mrs. E. H. Maple of Portland is
stock of Christinas Decorations and
The Nora H-’le Memorial and spending the Christmas season at
a full line of Holiday Goods.
I the Zion church Sunday Schools of the parental, W. H Bletch, home
¡Garfield, held Christmas exercises at Spring water.
this week at the latter church with
Estacada Furniture Co.
Miss Gertrude Gee of Grand
Alex Botkin in the role ot the View , Wash is spending Christmas
as the guest of Miss Elizabeth Reid
I.utie Wilson and family of Ake of Gar field.
ly. Minn returned to Es'acada last
Alice Hicitibothom of River Mil)
Monday to make their future home is staving with her grandparents,
Large stock o f fresh Candies and
They formerly resided here and Mr. and Mrs. Jas Sevier of Viola,
Nuts, just received.
went east .about two years ago. while the latelv burned home is
Plain Mixed Candy
15c lb. Holly Wilson, the son, will enter being rebuilt.
20c lb. tile Estacada schools at once.
Indications point to several mar
Miss Helen Bartlett’ s kindergar riages in this community within
ten class, gave a Christinas enter- the next week, but to date no defin
lb. 25c up.
t&tnmv-iu at her home last Monday ite news can be ascertained, further
Fancy Boxed Chocolates
lb. 25c up.
The cbldren performed Unit! licences Issued and houses
When you buy your Christmas Candies
for the entertainment and edifica rented.
and nuts, whether in large or small
tion of t heir assembled parents and
Mattlta the babv daughter of Mi.
quantities, I will appreciate your pat
were later rewarded by a visit from
and Mrs H. G Trowbridge of Gar-
ronage, and will guarantee my goods
Santa Claus, who presented to\
! ticlel, lias recently hail to undcigo a
and that the price is right.
\ minor operation to relieve au absess
Xmas boxes of Cigars
Cecil Schock of South Estacada of the ear. The baby was taken to
returnei last week from Biecken- Portland, where it is reported to be
Double trading stamps on all candy
ridge, Colorado, where he has been recovering satisfactorily.
and nuts, until Xmas.
emploved in connection with the hy
Up to the time of going to press,
draulic work, in charge of Shirley
1^. G. MarchbanK
only three minor skating accidents
Htilse, formerly engineer at the
had been reported
Upper Dam The work at Breek-
received h shinny stick just below
etiridge closed down on account of
the right eye, leaving a beautiful
the extreme weather and probably
raw b e e f effect. One of the Mar
A Few Of
will not resume until sp. ing.
shall boys of Eagle Cre -k had sev
Eagle Creek Grange held its reg eral stitches put into a jagged ice
ular meeting last .'Saturday with cm on his head and Chas Sparks
»tiO.it 30 members present. Alit-r
a short business session ami a fine had his nose bruised.
Best Shoe Strings,
do n.-r, the following officers were
Too much care cannot be exer
3 boxes 10c
elected: M C. Glover, W M ; K cised dining this cold spell in the
W Bates, Overseer; Mrs. S. E.
Rates, Lect. ; Geo. Smith, Steward; building ot tires and overheating
Win Still, Asst Steward; Mrs L. the houses, as tile average Oregon
10 cent Hair Nets 5c
Glover, Chaplin; H. H. Hoffmeis- home is not built to withstand ex
ter, Treasurer; Mrs Eva Glover. treme cold or to handle extreme
Full line of Christmas Toys,
Secretary: August Gethatdus, G. heating
It a fire should start in
K .; Mrs. L. V. Gibson, Ceres; Miss
Candies and Novelties.
Jennie Smith, Pomona; Miss M\r- Estacada. as in Gresnaui, the re
tle Hoffmeister, Flora; Miss Minnie sult might not he the same, for
Come in and get acquainted with us
Steinman, Ladv Asst. Steward. even our Broadway pavement would
All of the officers, excepting the burn and no joke is intended either.
and our prices.
gate-keeper, Pomona and Flora,
were re-elected. C. T. Dickinson
S D; Alien of Missoula, Mont,
aud wife of Oswego, M. V. Thom is visiting his brothers, E. D. and
Park & Closner
as of Sandy, and Miss Echo Wade
C. S. Alien of Estacada and Caza-
of Garfield were visitors
dero. Mr. Allen's wife and son
came to Estacada some time ago,
To Late To Classify
and the boy is now at one of the
S a d ie H o r n ib r o o k
FOR S A L E — 25 Thorobred An Portland hospitals, recuperating
P ia n o a n d V o c a l I n s t r u c t o r
gora Goats, cheap.
from the result of a recent opera
40512th St. Portland, Ore. or Progress.
StaDley Turtl, Estacada.
Special Discount on Toys,
to clean them out.
Our Attractive Prices
FEEDING THE PULLETS.
C arefu l
H andling Needed to M ake
Good E g g L a yers.
A mush or d ry ground urn In w ill tins
ten the pullet to imiturtt.v m uch fa ste r
than >111 nil hiiMl un it» diet b e cau se In
such a m ix tu re It Is p o ssib le to Incur-
p om te the m ore con cen trated high pro
tein p roducts, such ns b ran , m iddlings,
b e ef scrap , etc. M eat In som e fo rm *
a b so lu te ly n e c e ssa ry in ord er to start
the p ullets to la y in g and keep them at
It all w in ter, w rite s A K V an d ervo o rt
iu th e A m erican C u ltiv a to r
P u lle t* re q u ire c u re fu l h and lin g to
m ak e them good la y e rs, and w h eth er
they w ill he p rofitab le pro lu ce rs for
th e next s ix m on th s d ep en ds I n ic e ly
upon the w a y they are treate d fo r u
m onth prior to the tim e they should
begin to lay
W e m ust c ra d u u lly accll
m ate them to cold w ea th er, feed them
a ration th at w ill m atu re th e I mh 1 > aud
c r o w >1 thick coat o f fe a th e rs
food should con tain a lure«* p erc eu tac e
o f w h at c h e m ists term a sh . o r m ineral
m atter, a s w ell a s p rotein, carh oh y
d ra te s and fat.
A sh w ill l»e found
la rg e ly in cut bone and m ost green
fe ed s
B e e f s c ra p co n tain s som e hone
and m eat aud honem eul a still la rg er
p ercen tage T h e se a re ex cellen t feed s
fo r the m atu rin g pullet and should
co n stitu te a goodly (»ortlon o f her ra
I f the p ullets a r e allo w ed to crow d
on th e roosts th ey w ill s w e a t, and the
g ro w th o f the fe a th e rs w ill he retard
T h e y should h a v e p len ty o f fresh
a ir und not l>e too w a rm ly housed
in feed in g m atu rin g p ullets w e are
very upt to feed them too little T h ey
should con su m e a la rg e am oun t o f
food, and th e m ore th e y w ill e a t the
b e tte r It w e find that they do not eat
up th e ir feed d e a n and le a v e som e we
con clud e that w e a r e fe e d in g them too
m uch and cut d ow n th e ration
all th in gs, do not o v erfe ed them
am m uch in fa v o r o f hop|H»r feed in g
o f d ry ground g ra in s. My d ry gralu
ration c o n s is t » or d ry groun d g rain s,
b eef scra p and ch a rc o al
Y o u r hopper
should be so co n st m eted a s to not nl
low th e p u llets to throw the final out
and w a ste it
T h e tilled hopper m ay
be kept b efo re them all the tim e, but
I k eep the bop|>er b efo re them only
part or the d ay g iv in g them their
w hole grain In th e m orning in a litter
and g iv e them the use o f th e hopper
altout 10 o'clock fo r th e rest o f th e day
F a tte n .n g Geese.
F o r ea rly g eese th e last period should
uot be m ore th an th ree w ee k s
b ird s shouid be penned up in (lin ks of
tw e n ty live and kept iu sem lcoufine-
m enu T h e food should be s o ft in the
m orning and corn in the aftern o on
C lea n w a te r In tro u gh s should ( k * kept
c o n sta n tly Iw fo re th e birds, but they
m ust not be allo w ed to sw im . T h e so ft
m ash m ay co n sist o f In d ian m eal and
m id d lin gs, an d the g rain , w h eat and
b a rle y
T h e grain g iv e s b e tte r re su lts
if It Is steep ed In w a te r fo r a few
A ll food should be fed In
troughs, and i f an y rem ain s It »bould
be cleared a w a y ab out h a lf an hour
a fte rw a rd .