Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, January 25, 1917, Image 2

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    Eagle Creek
Installation of Officers
Eagle Creek Grange held its
regular meeting at the Grange
Hall last Saturday. There was
the usual good dinner and a large
attendance. Four visitors from
nearby granges were present.
Brother and Sister Dallas of
Damascus were with us and in­
stalled the following officers:
Fred Bates
Willie Still
Mrs. R. Githens
Millard Trullenger
Mrs. Edwin Bates
Mrs. Fred Bates
Mr. Hoffmeister
Ass’t. Steward Elmer Anderson
Lady Ass't. Steward Ethel Hale
Gate Keeper,
Fritz Bell
Jennie Smith
Mrs. D. Gibson
Minnie Mason.
Profit Sharing Plan
and the
Cascade County Movement
We know you are interested
in both, and this week we
are giving our entire atten­
tion to the latter, but not
neglecting our customers.
Elwood Items
Case« Whera tha Ending Wa* Written
Before the B e g in n in g .
There has been moie than oue in­
stance in the history of literature of
hook bein£ written upside clown—that
Is, its end l»ecuminer its beg'lining or
Albert Meilike of Oregon City, 1 its beginning becoming its end.
Probably flu* most out-landing In­
made his mother a short visit, stance of the topsy turvydoai Is “The
last week.
Idylls of the King,*’ Tennyson's great
masterpiece. As every p< etry lover
John Scott, is having his ears \ knows, this great series of poems ends
treated by Dr. Harris of Colton. . with ‘T h e Passing of Arthur." and
there can be no < • ubt that tills Is the
L. C. Unger sold a load of po­ proper and inevitable close of the wn •»-
derful pa emit of the king's life, lint
tatoes at Mulino last week.
Tennyson wrote that closing pas: a; e
Frank Bittner made a trip to when he was a youth of tweiity. and
Seattle and Everett, Wash., in j It wus not until, forty years 1 t.er. tli •
whole her?os was finished and pub­
the interest of some-timber, for lished in one book that the u'.d poem
his Plug mill.
of his boyhood was found to lit into its
place as naturally as the broken nr. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Matt Park were or foot of u t lassicn) slalue lit* the
very unfortunate last Tuesday place from which it has been removed.
the 16th, in loosing their house Tims the first became last.
A case of double chan c is presented
and most of its contents, with no by the novel “ David 11 a rum." The
first part of that hook to he written by
the author constitutes now chapters 1U
Mr. and Mrs. John Jacobs and to 24 that Is. almost the last chapters
little son, who were called home in the book. Then, when the author
praoti ally fin!shed bis book, ho
by the serious illness and death had
found that Uvo of his main characters
of Mrs. Jacob’s father, Jesse Cox, were not introduce l to the reader at
all until he was halfway through tho
have gone to Bend.
work.’ He therefore wrote last of all
The C. I. C. regular meeting the two opeidug chapters for the ex­
press purpose of introdu ing these two
will be held at Mrs. Adix home, essential personages to the reader. This
Saturday, Jan. 27, on account of is probably u record ca e of topsy turvy
authorship.—Pearson's Weekly.
Estacada, Oregon.
Reception to Rev. and Mrs. Aue
A birthday party in honor of
Verlie Coop, Erma Jones and
The Springwater Presbyterian
Marie Yunker, was given by
Church, last evening, gave a
their mothers, last Tuesday even­
ing at the Currinsville School, and ; farewell receplion to Rev. and
Mrs. C. F. Aue their retiring
was attended by a large crowd of
Pastor, and a good size crowd
school children, all of whom had
were in attendance.
a good time.
A delightful program was rend­
ered by members of the church,
George Cathcart, an engineer who afterwards presented Rev.
for the P. R. L. & P. Co., resid­ Aue with a handsome Bible in re­
ing in Portland, caught a fine cognition of his good services
25 V i inch Rainbow Trout, weigh­ rendered in the past five years
ing 5 pound 2 ounces and requir­ of his work in this community.
ing 25 minutes to land, at the
Next Sunday will be Rev. Aue’s
mouth of Dog Creek, the first of farewell sermon and all are
this week.
cordially invited to be present.
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Last Friday’s dinnermeetingof
the Farmers’ & Merchants’ Club
was attended by about 200 en­
thusiastic county divisionists and
a great many took part in the
general discussions which follow­
The I. O. O. F. Hall, in which
the meeting was held was well
filled and the dinner served
by the Christian Church Ladies
Aid was partaken of by over 100
The next meeting of the club
is to be held Friday evening, Feb.
2, 1917, to which all are invited.
The committee in charge will be
announced later and reservations
should be made in advance for
the dinner.
Miss Nellie Springer spent Sat­
urday and Sunday at the parent­
al home in Portland.
East Clackamas Supply Co.
Meeting Well Attended
There are just two things in the public eye today, namely our
Farmers’ & Merchants’
the club room being closed.
Blow Em Out By The Roots— Make Every Acre A Money Maker
Now is the time to CASH IN by clearing a few acres of your stump land.
Why let high priced land lay idle when you can make every acre a MONEY MAKER
for yourself and family? Remember the bigger the crop the more you can shop.
Get your share of the COIN by clearing your land with
H arness
I mplements
s t a c a d a
We have a few FARM IMPLEMENTS that we will sell at 1916 prices. Buy now and save 15 to 20%.
Some good Heating Stoves left at the lower prices.
Ask for your CASH DISCOUNTS with every article you buy.
H ardware