Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, October 11, 1917, Image 3

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E stacada State Bank
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Holstein Dairy Food
New Prices
$2. 100 lb. Sack
$38. per Ton
FLOUR
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Hoover’s Prices
White River and Brilliant Brands
The finest grade, hard wheat, Patent Flour - Quality Guaranteed.
$10.80 per barrel of four sacks.
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Fletcher's Hard Wheat Flour
A good, wholesome, hard wheat Flour, at a Low Priee.
$10.70 per barrel of four sacks.
New Prices on SHORTS
$1.70 per 80 lb. sack.
$1.60 per 75 lb. sack.
Estacada Feed & Lumber Co.
L. S. BRONSON
E sta c a d a ,
M. D. EVANS
O re g o n .
Estacada and Oregon City
A lte rn a te s N ot A c c e p te d
Continuel! from front page
Harry C. Reid of Garfield anti
Ennis Townsend of Bull Run.
both of whom, as alternates, had
expected to enlist in last Thur-
day’s call for the the third quota
from this county, have returned
home, as the full quotu was ob­
tained and the alternates not
needed.
Within a short time, a foutL.
call for seven more men will be
made to make up the original 52
recruits from Clackamas County.
In this call, Messrs, Reid and
Townsend will probably be en­
listed. as they are first in line.
the right stuff and as irood or
better than has appeared on the
local gridiron for years.
Coach Rutherford should turn
out a county championship team
with this material, for all men
are husky and willing to learn.
The line-up was as follows:*
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Somers
R.G. Coop
R.T. Heiple
R.E. Lovelace
L.G. Douglass
L.T. W. Smith
L.E. D. Drill
R.H. Stormer
L.H. Sarver
L.F. R. Drill
R. F. Jannsen, Capt.
Subs. Hannah, E. Smith. Hill.
Estacada expects to play the
fast Franklin .High team of Port­
land this week, on the Franklin
grounds and later on the 19th
will tackle the Gresham gang.
Franklin, which is one of the
fastest teams in the state will
probably easily defeat Estacada,
as they did Gresham, hut never­
theless the local boys will get
good practise going against Coach
Dewey's men.
The school spirit, as shown in
the rooting and “serpentine”
exercises, is the best ever dis­
played here, with the yePs no
longer confined to the high so­
prano of the girl’s voices, al­
though led by yell-leaders, Ruby
McWillis and Sadie Wilcox.
If the E. H. S. team developes
as expected and the continued
good school spirit is shown by
the student body and a few more
of the town’s people make it a
point to attend the games, this
community will be well adver­
tised in interscholastic football
this season.
A p p le G ro w e rs A tte n tio n
The final meeting and demon­
stration of the Garfield Spraying
School, conducted by experts
from the O. A. C. on the C. N.
Wonacott and E. Krigbaum or­
chards in Garfield will occur next
Saturday afternoon, October 13th
at 2 o’clock.
All growers of apples or others
interested are invited to be pres­
ent, as Prof. W. S. Brown, As­
sistant Professor of Horticulture
and Prof. H. P. Barss, Head of
the Plant Pathology Dept, will
be in charge.
This spraying school has been
for the control and prevention of
the apple scab and codling moth,
which diseases are the principle
ones in this section and every
orchardist should profit by this
meeting.
Warren Kerrigan Here Saturday
Warren Kerrigan, one of the
most popular of the movie actors
will be seen in the feature play,
“ The Measure of a Man” at O k *
Family Theatre next Saturday,
October 13th, with performances
afternoon and evening.
On this same hill will also be
shown the “ Ford Weekly” and
a eomedy entitled “ A Case of
Beans. ”
On Thursday, October 18th,
Pearl White in “ May Blossom,”
a five reel feature, will be shown.
This is a Pat he color film and
heralded as one of the beat of
the season.
Christian Endeavor Rally Sunday
The largest Y. P. S. C. E. ral­
ly ever held in this portion of
the county is scheduled for next
Sunday afternoon, October 14th
at the Springwater Presbyterian
Church, commencing at 3 o'clock.
Members and friends of all C.
E. societies in Eastern Clacka­
mas County are cordially invited
to attend, bringing their basket
suppers, which will be enjoyed
during the recess hour from 5:30
to 7:00 P. M.
Among the guests will be
the county C. E. officers and sev­
eral of the state officials, among
them being Miss Helen Orr,
State Secretary of Portland; G.
Evert Baker, ex-State President
of Portland; Miss Shirlie Swallow
of Milwaukie, State Prayer Meet­
ing Superintendent and Dr. Roy
Prudden of Oregon City, who
will lead in the singing. .
A baby daughter was born Sun­
day, Sept. 31st to Mr. and Mrs.
John Mattoon of Viola.
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The Garfield Dorcas Society
will meet October 18th, at the
home of Mrs. L. J. Palmateer.
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Miss Hattie Beltilsof Estacada
is now attending the O. A. (’.,
having left for Corvallis early in
the month.
G. fcj. LaFollette of Helena,
Montana, formerly editor of the
Estacada Progress, is now enlist­
ed as assistant commissioner of
the Montana Inspection Depart­
ment. Mr. LaFollette lately re­
signed as editor of the Helena
Independent and hopes to offset
some of the prejudice now at­
tached to the family name, since
“ Uncle Bob” has flown off on a
pacificism tangent.