Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, September 28, 1916, Image 2

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    Over ^a'f Million Trout Liberated
W estern F ruit
Dillon On The Border
T,)"' of fNe.
ws 'f letter
^ is from
(vveek,'n
**'
Throe urn the efforts
„ of , the Es- , ceipt
a toiler
W. W.
tacadit r?,„ & _ (iun
t lii>> a n d ; Dillon of Garfield, now stationeil
Warden Patton and with the vol- at Douglass, Arizona, where he
unt.ee- id of many local men and is assisting in the work of the
farmers, so far this year there! Army i S e Navy Department, of the
has been liberated from the Ea- Jf™"« Men'3 Christian Associa­
t e ( reel, feeding bonds and the The letter is an interesting one.
River Mill Hatchery, over one- describing the daily routine of the
half million trout fry.
'soldiers and the good work being
175' <;o frv were liberated from carried on along the border by the
River
Mill
and 400,000
Ea-'
Y- C' and A help
>n furnishing
amuse-
, reek,
, among
, • latter
, from a being
. ments
the soldiers.
gle(
the
Mr. Dillon’s to portrayal
of the
about 200.000 eastern brook trout. | camp life and the attitude of the
At merely the expenseof hiring j enlisted men, shows a different
a driver to attend to the horses, ' phase of the subject and in some
manv
thousands more . trout , can
respects
contrary
to the published in
, be distributed
,
reports
in
the
newspapers,
in le various lakes whi<-h the majority of soldiers are
in the mountains nearby, as the depicted as being perfectly con-
railway company, through their tented.
representative Frank Ewing, has . The V. M. C. A. work, consist-
offered
'"trot libraries
established
furnish-
,
. the , use . of their pack ing
and camps,
correspondence
horses in t.,e work.
facilities, lectures, moving pic-
Again this year an effort is be- tures and similar recreation, is a
ing made to interest the Multno- welcome one to the enlisted men.
mah Anglers' Club in the work,
Holds
especially for financial aid, as the M. E. Church Annual
Meeting
perpetuation of good angling in
this .. country
to „ fourth
,. Att “n adJJ,u™«1
stessl0n held
‘ is of vital thousands
.. interest , of
Portland . sportsmen,
al lhe quarterly
Estacada conference,
M. E. Church,
whom each year fish the nearby Monday eve; ing, September 25th
streams; in fact a hundred Port- the business of the year was ail
land fishermen enjoy the sport, settled and the pastor paid in
where one local man goes fishing. full.The session was one of harmony
and enthusiasm and with a good
A farewell party was tendered attendance, augurs well for the
in honor of Mrs. C. F. Frazier of coming year’s work.
Estacada on Wednesday after- A standing vote of thanks was
noon by j her fellow members of tendered
members,
friends,
Ladies Aid the Society
and business
the L. 1. (.
men for their splendid supi>ort.
Deli; ered at the Store.
Special Casti Sale
Saturday, Sept. 36th.
Without, Cash Tickets.
EAST CLACKAMAS SUPPLY CO.
"Your Satisfaction Is Our Success’’
m
M.
Do You Practice tconomy
In
Clothes
Buying
'T'he first consideration is tne Cloth,
which should be Wool.
Qecondly, it should contain
Reliable Fast Dyes.
'J'hird, it should Hold its
Shape and to do this,
ir must be made to
Fit Your Figure.
fo u rth , the Style should
conform to your Build.
p ifth , the Price should be
bi'ssd on Valve Received.
I stand ready to fill these
conditions with
Brownsville
Tailored
Clothes
$18.50 up
Suit or Overcoat
D . S. Flem ing
Agent Brownsville Woolen Mills “ Mill T«> Man Clothiers”
Estacada, - Oregon.
J.
Kerkes
B U Y E R FOR I H E
Montavilla Livestock Company
WILL SHIP FROM
EA<1 LE C R E E K
OF
LIVESTOCK
ALL
DESCRIPTIONS
If you have any for ■'ale, phone Henry Githena, Currinsville.
C. C. M i l l e r
Plumbing
Metal Repairing
Tinning
Electric Wit ing and Supplies
General Repair Work Of AM Kinds
Gas and Steam Engine Repairs and Fittings t Specially
All Work Guaranteed
Give Me A Trial
Steinman Chases The Pup
Elwood Rents
Contri blued
Several of Estacada’s speed Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Wilson and
demons are nov- drawing favor­ children
of Enterprise, formerly
able comparisons between their ! of this place,
are in this vicinity
behavior in driving down the
straight and narrow road at 40 for an indefinite stay.
miles per and the more sedate George and Barney Granatski.
dog-trot speed u^ed by John who have ’ "-en working in the log-
Steinman of Currinsville. while i ging camps, have returned home.
pursuing a pup off the straight Miss Eu a Park was a Sunday
anil narrow highway .
The story goes that J. P. Stein- guest of her aunt. Miss Anne
mun, accompanied by Mrs. Stein­ Cadanau of Fort land.
man in the Ford car. attempted A crowd of young folks met at
to play tag with Cleve Heiple’s the borne of J' e Douglass Satur
night and spent a very pleas­
dog and during the excitement, day
the dog forgot the rules and ran ant evening.
into a ditch, with Mr. and Mrs.
Henderson of Oregon
J. P. and machine following. No City Myrtle
visited
a few days at the home
one was hurt, although the dog of her grandparents.
and Mrs.
was taggpd and the machine W. P. Henderson and Mr. aunt.
Mrs.
needed n few repairs
1). Vallen.