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About Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 18, 1917)
121.685.60 In Butchered Livestock
Odd Fellows and
M. J. Kerkes, the genial live
stock buyer for the Montavilla
Livestock Company o f Portland
and who for the past year has
been buying beef, veal and hogs
in this community, reports hav
ing spent $21,685.60 among the
farmers of this section, from
July 1, 1916 to January 1, 1917.
Mr. Kerkes purchases comprise
299 head of cattle; 185 veal and
275 hogs, all of which wer£ first
butchered and dressed at the
new butchering establishment in
through the four retail stores of
the Montavilla Livestock Com
pany in Portland.
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Estacada State Bank
Leroy D. Walker, President
Thomas Yocum, Vice President
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We are adding a New Department—
which will be known as the
We have the following on hand:-
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Mable March bank,
L. S. V.G.
A few of the Garfield farmers
are taking time by the forelock
in anticipation of the establish
ment of a cheese factory at Esta
cada and last week Elmer Davis
and Ed Shearer made a short
trip to Carlton, Oregon, bringing
back a valuable pedigreed Jersey
bull calf, for use on the Thos.
You should have heard ex-post
master Johnson of Estacada last
Monday practising up on his na
tive tongue, preparatory to the
meeting at Swede Hill that even
ing, but as all present at the
meeting talked only U. S. A.
English, Johnson got into the
game and talked good old Clack
amas County English too.
Gordon S. Taylor, formerly ed
itor of the Molalla Pioneer, but
now on the lecture platform,
spent the week-end among friends
in Estacada. following the pres
entation of hia lecture ” Dad” at
the M. E. Church Saturday even
ing. Mr. Taylor’s usual wit and
humor, ooupled with a fine style
of presentation assures his future
as a Chautauqua attraction.
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E. H. S. Echoes
The basket ball teams met with
defeat in both instances. This
was not surprising to either the
teams or the coach, after arriving
at Sandy and taking in the situa
tion. We give Sandy the credit
o f playing a fair game and taking
victory like good sports, hoping
that they give us the same credit
with regard to defeat.
The Senior cooking class are
commencing a series of meals un
der the management of Miss
Schrepel. A breakfast was served
last Friday, a luncheon will be
served this week and a dinner
later on. Two girls take charge
of each meal, one acting as host
the other us hostess and planning
their own menu. Each girl in
vites one guests.
E. H. S. lost two debates last
Friday evening. The affirmative
team lost to Milwaukie by the
score of 2 to 1. The negative
team went to Forest Grove and
was defeated by the same score.
Remember the Junior Class
play, given by the gills of the
Junior Class and entitled "A
Southern Cinderella. ” This is to
take place Friday evening, Jan-
h ' um I
On Wednesday evening last, at
the lodge rooms, the annual in
stallation of officers of the Re-
beka and Odd Fellow lodges of
Estacada was held, in the pres
ence of a hundred or more mem-
| bers and friends.
At the hot-tamale supper fol
lowing, a general good time was
had, with the following newly in
stalled officers being the honored
C. M. Sparks,
B. F. Bullard,
E. B. Byers,
J. K. Ely,
B. R. Kimmel.
O. E. Smith,
L. S. Bronson.
R. S. N. G.
L. S. N. G.
R. S. V. G.
L. S. V. G.
R. S. S.
B. S. Patton,
L. S. S.
G. B. Linn,
F. J. Harkenrider,
1 Orchard Plow
1 Single Hand-made Harness
1 Heavy Wagon
1 Pitcher Pump
1 Iron-beam Plow
1 7x9 Tent
Mesdames J. W. Reed and C.
W. Devore of Estacada were host
esses last Monday evening at a
farewell party given in honor of ‘
Rev. and Mrs. C. F. Aue of
Springwater, who are leaving
soon to make their home at Hunt
er. N. Y. *
FOR EXCHANGE — 2 Horses weigh
about 1000 It each, for one Large Horse,
weighing about 1400 It.
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E. D. ALLEN
M. D. EVANS
L. S. BRONSON
Abstracto oisralnod. Corporation L av.
Financial Agents. Trusts, Bssravs and
Accounts. Bototos probated. Codeo -
d o ns, Deads, H ertfacss. P an and
practicoia sllsn u ru . C om opeedonee
•elicited. Prom pt attention. Beak
references. Fewleendi peer.
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