?p^£$ljaL Saturday Saturday H ose H ose Saturday H ose Owing to an over-stock of HOSIERY we are going to offer all Hosiery at Extra Special Prices for one week Beginning Saturday W e have not room to list so many Special Prices here but the sale will include all H IG H G R A D E H O S I E R Y Ladies' Children’s Men’s » Come and see the bargains and get a winter’s supply for yourself and children Telephone your orders if you cant come in. East Clackam as Supply C om pany “ Your Satisfaction is Our Success’ ’ Prune Drying H ere Second Annual Fair over The judges of the various de partments were: Agriculture, R. Reports are being received o f Wilbur Wade. With the remov R. Routledge, Portland; livestock, prune drying beginning in all Prof. E. B. Fitts, Oregon A gri al of Mr. Davis to Milwaukie, the sections and a good crop is an band will suffer, but it is hoped cultural college; poultry, E. H. ticipated. Among the Spring- that a new leader can be found Bauer, Portland; fancy work, water growers are Messrs. Gutt- who will continue the good work. j Miss Murray, Portland. Addresses during the three ridge, Kilgore, Howell and Frank The band at present comprises: Smith and on the Garfield side, A. C. Davis, leader and solo ! days.were given by N. C. Maris, the Krigbaum brothers, Ed Linn, cornet; Floyd Davis and Frank department of public instruction, Walt Snuffin, P. M. Wagner, Schweitzer, solo cornet; Clarence on "B eef Cattle;” Miss Turlay, Crawford brothers, Mary Stubbe Palmateer and Albert Hays, first Oregon Agricultural college, a and o t h e r s .____ cornet; John Ely, Joseph Pesz- cooking demonstration; E. J. necker, and Joseph Weiderhold, Ladd, Portland, on “ Poultry second cornet; E. T. Davis and Raising;” C. M. McAllister of Bills are already out calling at Arthur Duncan, first alto; Steve the Portland Union Stock Yards Pesznecker, second alto; Gerald on "H og Raising;” "Farm er” C. tention to the Harvest Dance, Hunt, third alto; Albert Linns, L. Smith o f the O.-W. Ii. & N. Saturday evening, Sept. 25th at Bb clarinet: Verner Anderson, Ry. Co. on “ Corn Raising.” Cogswell’s Hall in Eagle Creek. The pick o f all agricultural ex first Bb clarinet; Howard Hunt, As this is the first dance of the second Bb clarinet; R. E. Davis hibits shown at this fair have this and Fred Marshall, baritone; week been packed and shipped to winter season, a big crowd is ex Harry Hunt, Bb bass; Frank' Canby, where they will be shown pected to attend. Marshall, Eb bass; Morris Ely, at the County Fair, Sept. 20th to first tenor; Otto Jensen, second 23rd, and from there will probab tenor; H. B. Davis and L. J. Pal ly be taken to the Stale Fair at The many friends o f Mr. 0. E. mateer, first trombone; R. G. Pal I Salem, which occurs the week Full of Eagle Creek were greatly following. The East Clack*tmas mateer, second trombone; Ernest Amacher, snare drum; F. H. Exhibit is in charge o f Messrs. shocked to hear o f his sudden P. F. Standish and R. C. Deming death last week, as the result of 1 )avis, bass drum. The premium badge to the old o f Garfield. an accident in a logging camp est settler was awarded to W. H. near Black Rock, Or. Wade o f Currinsville and his While working in the woods, a many friends hope he will be able The public are cordially invit week ago Monday, he was struck to be present at many future ed to attend a reception to be by a falling limb, breaking his fairs. given Friday evening, Sept. 17th back, death following the second Among the out o f town visitors were Judge Anderson and Messrs. at 8 o’clock at the school, in hon day after. Knight and Mattoon o f the Coun or of the faculty. The body was brought to Port ty Court; G. B. Dimick; Chris j land for intermeut in the Rose Mrs. Viola Douglass and her Schubel, Sheriff Wilson, Miss Iva Harrington, County Clerk; Dunn, granddaughters, Mildred a n d City Cemetery. Mr. Full came from North Da Treasurer; Editor Brodie o f the Florice of Eagle Creek returned Oregon City Enterprise and his kota about eight years ago, lo home from Eastern Oregon last assistant, W. E. Hassler, all of cating in Eagle Creek, where he Saturday evening. _____ Oregon City; John Brown of is survived by a w ife and two Gresham; Messrs. Hunt, Town-j W. H. Kandle o f Cloverdale is small sons, Glen and’ Roy. send, Myers and Kelly o f the P. spending a few days in Estacada. R. L. & P. Co. of Portland. Continued from first page H arvest D ance Eagle Creek Resident Killed Faculty Reception 1916 Maxwell ” 25 ” Complete with Electric Starter anci Lights $ 748 . Free Demonstrations Gladly Given. H. P. Jochimsen Agent Estacada, Oregon Council M eeting The regular meeting o f the Es tacada City Council was held on Tuesday evening. Two of the councilmen were absent but the others accomplished several im portant matters. Bills were approved and order ed paid, where authority for the work done was shown. Action was taken authorizing Marshal Ames to repair all city sidewalks and to notify owners of defective walks to repair same at once, or the city will do so and the expense will be placed as a lien against the property. Owing to the illness o f Recor der Devore, a special meeting will be held in a few days to con sider important phases of the water question.