Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, December 01, 1921, Image 1

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    îEaatmt (Êlorkamas N müb
D evoted to the Interests o f Eastern
V olume 15,
Clackamas County
E stacada , O regon , T hursday , D ecember 1,1921.
N umber II
$1.50 P er Y ear
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i president of tue Oregon State Feder-
Additional Brevities
Change in Firms
| ation of Labor as a result of the vote
Two
important
business chan­
Mrs. F. E. Burns went to the
I by mail taken throughout the state
ges
took
place
this
week. The
' membership of the organization. This metropolis Saturday.
j will be Mr. Hartwlg's sixth term as
1!. C. Demine went to Oreeon | “
'T
S "“ ?!
I Charles Willard to C. H. Cox
| president. William E. Klmsey, secre­
T'JR. R. GRAHAM McCALL
City and Portland, Tuesday.
Two weddings have recently
: who comes here from Colorado.
Principal Events of the Week tary-treasurer of the organization for Mr. and Mrs. M.
■^P H Y S IC IA N and SURGEON.
occurred
ir. this neighborhood,
1 the last year, was chosen vice-presl-
^ er^e3|He is accompanied by his wife
Hours: 8:30 a. m. to 12 m, and 1 to 5 p.
Briefly
Sketched
for
Infor­
!
dent,
E.
J.
Stack
was
elected
secretary-
went to Portland
C losner —S trunk
m. Sunday by appointment
at H u i^eS eii
ai a“ ^ two children and have al-
| treasurer.
Oregon.
Estacada,
Mrs Myrtle Belfis and son Al-1 ready taken
mation of Our Readers.
The
lirst
one took place at
up their abode m
Julian A. Hurley of Vale has been
bert, were in Portland, Thanks-
1
p.
m.
on
Thanksgiving, when
the
rooms
overhead.
T'JR C. M. NAFF,
appointed assistant United States at­
Successor to Dr. L. A. Wells
The new Corvallis city hospital is torney of the third district of Alaska.
t
I The other change which came Miss Mable Strunk became the
DENTIST.
He will take office January 1, with
nearing completion.
Mrs. S. E. Wooster and daugh- as rather of a supprise, was the wife of James Closner, at the
Estacada,
Oregon.
Delinquencies in the 1920 Linn coun­ his official residence at Anchorage.
ter Helen were shopping in Port-, saie of the S. E. Wooster real home of her uncle and aunt, Mr,
Just before the heavy snow of last land. Saturday.
ty tax total about 5 per cent of the
estate and insurance agency, to and Mrs. Walter Strunk, of
T \ R . R. MORSE,
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week the last remaining section of
tax of $1,185,601.
The Rev. Weir
J“ y P H Y S I C I A N a n d S U R G E O N .
Mrs. Earl Shibiey and children J. P. Woodle & Son, who will Springwater.
The Willamette and McKenzie rivers the old Oregon trail between La
pastor
of
the
Springwater
Pres­
Office and Residence Second and Main are nearly back to normal again after Grande and Baker was completed, and leave shortly for Portland to stay conduct the business under the
streets, Eatacada, Oregon. Telephone
byterian
church
officiated.
a paved and graveled highway . that during the winter.
the recent flood.
firm name of the Woodle Realty
connections.
The bride wore white satin and
Frank Atwood, 16, was killed by a can be used the year round now con­
Mr. Wooster established
Mac Dale was home Sunday, Co.
tree which crushed through the roof nects these cities.
carried
white chrysthanthemums.
TV/TRS. R. GRAHAM McCALL,
from the North Pacific Dental this business about five years
Hearing on the application of the
of the family home near Buxton.
1V1 p , p E O R G A N a n d P IA N O .
Miss
Elva
Shibiey was brides­
ago
and
has
developed
it
most
Estimated damage to Lincoln coun­ Southern Pacific company to advance College at Portland.
Graduate Chicago Musical College. 10
maid and wore pale lavender or­
successfully.
He
has
also
sold
a
M. Oakley of Newberg, Or.,
years Teaching Experience. Estacada, ty roads and bridges on account of the the fare on the Eugene street rail
recent storm Is estimated at $250,000. way lines from 5 cents to 8 cents came to Estacada. to visit his large portion of his farm in Gar­ gandie, and Joe Erickson attend­
Oregon.
ed as best man. A deiightful
The seventh annual meeting of the will be held at the courthouse in Eu­
sister, Mrs. Mae Reed, last week. field. His future plans are not
]\/TRS. J. E. GATES.
Western Walnut association was held gene December 15, according to an
The house
fully decided upon, but he will reception followed.
AVA P IA N O I N S T R U C T O R ,
Mrs. Lilian Close of Vancou­
In Portland Tueaday and Wednesday. nouncement of the public service com­
was
decorated
with
Oregon
grape
remain for a time at his old
Phone or call at The Bazaar, Estacada
ver, Wash., was the guest of her
In all 1162 carloads of pears and ap­ mission.
cedar
and
white
chrysthanthe­
D. J. Rice and other ranchers of the brother, W. A. Wilcox and fami stand with the new firm.
ples have been shipped to the Eastern
mums. Those present were Rev.
E. GATES,
market from Medford so far this sea­ Daniels creek and other localities have ly, for Thanksgiving.
FUNERAL DIR ECTO R
Lyceum
Number
and
Mrs. Weir, Mr. and Mrs. W.
opened a meat and produce market in
son.
The students who were home
and Embalmer. Night and Day Tele
Tomorrow evening the second Strunk, Mr. and Mrs. D. Strunk
Ashland residents have subscribed Marshfield in protest to a lack of
phone.
Lady Assistant.
These for Thanksgiving from the O. A. number of the Ellison-White Ly­ and daughters Edna and Esma,
more than half the bonus of $30,000 suitable market conditions.
required for the new $150,000 hotel ranchers claim the highest offer they C. and the U. of O. have return­ ceum course will he given in the Mr. and Mrs. Ed Closner, Fllva
D. EBY,
can obtain for dressed beef is 6 and 7 ed to those respective institu­
at that place.
high school auditorium. It will Shibiey, Everet Shibiey. Joe Er­
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
At the school election held In Mon­ cents a pound. They are undersell
tions.
consist ol readings and mono­ ickson, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Wil­
General Practice.
Confidential Ad­ mouth the taxpayers of district No. 13 lng other dealers.
viser. Oregon City. Oregon.
Thanksgiving afternoon there logues by Miss Guila Adams, cox and son Robert, Will Closner
Percy Cupper, state engineer, to­
turned down the proposal to build a
gymnasium
by
a
voté
of
46
to
30.
gether
with
a
number
of
prominent
was
a football game on the local who comes highly qualified, as and sons. Earl and Leonard, Mr.
IWfcGUIRK & SCHNEIDER,
Plans of the Linn county farm Oregon men selected by Governor Ol field, between Estacada High and she is a graduate of the Ameri­ and Mrs. O. Califf, Mrs. Julia
AVA
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
At Gresham office—Tuesdays, Thurs­ bureau to have a farmers' week cele­ cott recency, left for Salt Lake City the Franklin High of Portland. can Academy of Dramatic Art, Califf, Ernest Califf, Marie, How­
days ana Saturdays, 203-5, Withrow brated In Albany from December 13 Utah, to attend a meeting of the West­
building. Portland office, 609-15, Fen­ to December 16, inclusive, have been ern States Reclamation association, The home team were the proud in New York City. During the ard, Gilbert, Gladys, Caroline
ton bunding.
abandoned.
November 29 and 30. Mr. Cupper is a victors by a score of 19 to 0 in war she was especially engaged and Charles Califf, Miss Viola
to entertain the soldiers in the Schlichling, Dewitt Califf, Ho­
The
Angora
club
of
Astoria
com­
member
of the executive committee their favor.
OAULC. FISCHER.
plains to the state forester that a mile of the association.
Her mer Theman, Emery, F'red, Al­
r
a t to r n e y
at l a w .
Helen Wooster who spent het various camps overseas.
of trail leading to Saddle mountain
A total of 12,874 ex-service men en­
experience on the platform ex­ bert and Lester Closner, and
Beaver building. Oregon City. Oregon.
Thanksgiving
vacation
at
home
has been completely destroyed by log­ titled to benefits under the so-ealled
tends over eight years. As the Mrs. Ethel Julian.
ging operations.
bonus and loan law enacted at the 1921 with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
X X fO O D L E REALTY CO.
The happy counle left on the
Slipping in the snow and falling In session of the legislature have filed S. E. Wooster, returned to the senior class of the high school is
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Successor to S. E. Wooster.
4:50
car for Portland amid a
financially
responsible
for
the
Buys Mortgages, Rents your property, front of an automobile while on his applications with the world war veter­ O. A. C. Sunday. She is in the
Writes Insurance in the very best com­ way to school. Edwin. 7-year-old son ans’ state aid commission. Of the
storm
of rice.
course,
it
should
be
well
patron­
freshmen class, and taking up
panies—he can get you results. Esta­ of L. P. Peterson of Wallowa, was run
total number of applicants 7173 seek
ized
by
our
people.
J ubb — T annler
cada, Oregon.
vocational training.
over and killed.
cash bonuses, while 5701 have ex­
The
second
nuptial ceremony
George
E.
Lawrence
is
walk­
The second test well sunk by the pressed preference for the loan.
Community Club
was on Sunday, November 27th,
state to tap the artesian flow under­ . Approximately $8000 damage was ing around with a limp and a
A the meeting of the Commun­ in Viola, at the home of the par­
lying the Fort Rock valley has been done to the dam at the North Umpqua cane, having been kicked by a
completed and demonstration is to be hatchery and to the Tillamook hatch­
ity
Club last F/idav night, a ents of the bride, Mr. and Mrs.
horse about two weeks ago. He
held in the near future.
ery, to say nothing of the loss of prac­
committee
was appointed to con­ Ben Tannler, where Miss Ida
London Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.
The Lane county budget committee tically the entire hatch of 500,000 chi- and Mrs. Lawrence will move to
fer
with
the
churches, for hold­ Tannler was wedded to Thomas
has completed the estimate of county nook salmon and eggs at the latter es­ town for the winter. They will
Keep your policy in our Fire
ing
a
joint
community tree at W. Jubb. The marriage service
expenditures for 1922. The sum of tablishment as the result of the recent occupy the house belonging to
Proof Vault, free of charge.
$606,159 will be required next year, storm, according to advices received Mrs. T. 0. Jubb in Terrace addi­ Christmas. Rev. A. F. Lacey of the Episcopal Church was
according to ¿he estimate.
gave a very instructive address read by the Rev. U. H. Gibbs of
by Carl D. Shoemaker, master fish
tion.
Dr. Everett Mingus, Coos county warden.
on the financial situation of Eu­ Estacada, at 3:30 p. m.
About
B. O. Boswell, collector of the
health officer, announces that scarlet
A gent .
Portland made a gain of 179 per cent
rope, advocating the use of the fifty or more friends and rela­
fever, which for a time threatened to In value of building permits for Octo­ light and power rents for the P.
surplus gold stocks in the U. S., tives were assembled for the in­
become generally prevalent through­ ber, 1921, compared with the same R. L. & P. Co., was in town Fri­
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out the county, has been brought un­ month last year, according to a re­ day. and stated that the storm to help put those nations on their teresting event.
p rior to the
feet. During the evening, solos ceremony, Joe Tannler sang in a
der control.-
sume of building conditions from the
blew down all the company’s
The figures
The first dairy herd record club In American controller.
were sung by Mr. Johnson of very effective manner, “ I love
Linn county and the second organiza­ showed that Salt Lake City was the poles between Linneman junc­ Faraday and chorus singing of
you truly,” by Carrie Jacob Bond.
Stamp Goods,
tion of the kind among the boys’ and only city west of the Rockies to ex­ tion and Troutdale. t There were
old time favorites.
The bride was attended by
girls’ industrial clubs of the state, will ceed Portland. The valuation of per­ fourteen inches of ice on the east
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Dolls, Toys, etc.
Miss Amy Mattoon, as brides­
be formed soon among students of the mits last month in Portland aggre­ side of Vista House on the Co­
Farmers Attention
Shedd school.
gated $1,942,510.
maid, and the groom by his tu­
lumbia
Highway.
In
connection
with the county tu re brother-in-law, B e n n i e
There were 290 accidents In Ore­
Most of the 6,000,000 salmon fry at
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Gill and farm bureau, the state coopera­
gon industries In the week ending the Bonneville hatchery were lost as
Tannler. The bride wore a very
November 24. according to a report Is­ a result of the recent storm, accord­ little daughter, of Dufur, Ore., tive extension work department
X Bring kiddies to see. Shop
sued by the state Industrial accident ing to advices received by Carl P spent Thanksgiving and Friday in agriculture and home econom­ becoming dress of Georgiette
X
early at
crepe over satin, and elal>orate
commission. None of the accidents Shoemaker, master fish warden. Mr.
with the parents o f Mrs. Gill, ics, is planning a series of meet­
resulted fatally.
ly embroidered, a coroneted veil
Shoemaker said that It was probable
Dale. ings throughout the county. A
Notwithstanding a 15 per eent in­ that they would be able to save only Mr. and Mrs. William
fastened with a wreath of myr
crease iavmotor vehicle registrations some of -the older fish. The storm They left their home the day be­ meeting will be held in the Fam­
*-x~X“X-*-x«v-x~xx~x~x~x-x~:4 for the year 1921 when compared with broke down the flume which furnish­ fore the storm, to visit Mr. Gill’s ily Theatre, Estacada, on Mon­ tie blossoms and carried a bou
the year 1920, the applications for 1922 ed water to the hatchery and put a brothers at Montavilla, and also day, December 5, at 1:30 p. m. qu etof white carnations and as
paragus fern. She looked mos
licenses are less than 70 per cent of stop to the operation of the power to attend the National Grange
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Good speakers will be present charming, so no wonder the haj
the number filed a year ago.
plant.
convention, at which they took and some very good moving pict­
«
There are 8,419,954.88 acres of land
py groom beamed with pride i
In the 33,917 farms In Oregon, of
UPPER EAGLE CREEK degrees. They returned home ures will be shown. FIverybody the prize he had won. The pre
by boat.
which 3,081.338.99 acres are devoted
is invited .'to attend. Admission ty bridesmaid was dresssed t
Miss Mildred Douglass was
to agriculture and horticulture, ac­
free.
burnt orange crepe and carri< .
cording to a report Issued by Frank home for the holidays.
fr
Lodge
Elects
pink
carnations.
Lovell, state tax commissioner.
Attention
Mrs. Laura Baumgarten spent
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Estacada lodge, No. 175, I. O.
A dinner for Oregon newspaper men the holidays in Portland.
After
the newlv married p:
There's a time and place for
♦
in honor of E. E. Brodle, president
0. F., elected the following offi­
had
received
the congratulafio
Mrs. R. B. Gibson called on cers last Saturday night: Noble everything, they say. This r.p-
♦
of the National Editorial association
of
those
present,
refrcshmei
plies to great and small, for Dec.
and minister to Slam under appoint­ Mrs. Viola Douglass on Monday.
♦
Grand, C. F. M. Brown: vice­
of
sandwiches,
coffee
and vario
ment by President Harding, will be
♦
Mrs. Konneman was the guest grand, William Gilligan; secre­ 17, is the da\ and the place is kinds of cake were served. '1
given In Salem early In December.
♦
of Mrs. Roy Douglass on Satur­ tary, Fred Bartholomew; treas­ the I. O. O. F. hall. Christian wedding cake was a choice c<>
The Interstate commerce commis­
Ladies Bazaar and hot lunch at
♦
urer, Ben F. Bullock.
sion has held that rates charged on day afternoon.
fection, heavily iced and on
noon.
♦
chrome ore by the Sumpter Valley
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smith and
mented.
A table was load •
railroad and connecting lines from children, were the Thanksgiving
♦
with
the
many
beautiful n ■
Rebekahs Elect
Grange Election
Prairie by way of Baker to South
♦
guests of Salem relatives.
useful
gifts
which
had
hi
Chicago. 111., were not unreasonable.
Garfield Grange, No. 317, will
At a regular meeting of the
♦
showered on the bride and gro<>
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Douglass
After what la declared to have been
hold its regular meeting on Sat­ local order of Rebekahs last
♦
one of the most constructive gather­ were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Jubb will res •
urday.
December 3 at 10:30 a. Wednesday night, the following
♦
ings In the history of the grange the George Preister, of Logan, on
on the farm of the groom, wh
m. The annual election of offi­ new officers were elected: No­
* 4 ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ 55th national grange convention pass­
♦ ♦ T *
Sunday.
is only a short distance from . .
cers will take place at this meet- ble 'grand, Elva Ahlberg; vice
ed into history at Portland with the
bride’s former home.
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Hoffmeister
and
installation of the Incoming officers.
ing. An entertainment will be grand, Myrtle McWillis; secrc-
Several deer killed by sportsmen In children, and John Haley, were given during the literary hour"
tary, Mary Eschleman; treasur­
W. A. Election
Grant county showed symptoms of the dinner guests o f Mr. and
er, Cordelia Carter.
"lumpy jaw," an ailment peculiar to Mrs. Joe Haley on Thanksgiving
The Women’s Auxiliary
Don’t Forget
cattle, according to Stanley O. Jewett
day.
Dr.
W.
W.
Rhodes,
osteopathic
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meet
in the Odd Fellows’ Fi
of the United States biological survey,
our Cooked F’ood Sale, held Sat-
PLACE Y O U R IN­
next
Monday
evening at 8 p.
Ed
Chaoman
returned
last!
who states that the meat is unfit for
urday, Dec. 3. in the Re-Nu-Em Physician, located at Hotel Esta-
SURANCE THROUGH
food.
Wednesday
from
a
two
weeks’
cada,
on
Mondays,
Wednesdays}
All
members
are .iskcn to
YOUR HOME AGENT WHO
A number of cattle and sheep In visit at Damascus, where he was parlors, adjoining Ely’s store.
present
for
the
election of i
WILL PROTECT
and F’ ridays, from 8:30 to 4 p. m.
the I.orane neighborhood hare died the guest of Mr. and Mis. A. W. All kinds of useful articles on
YOUR INTEREST
9-8tf cers.
recently fFom some mysterious cause,
sale.
M. E. Ladies Aid.
Mrs. James Smith, Se
which the owners suspect to be the Cooke.
Have you tried osteopathic
eating of poisonous toadstools, that
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Pointer pots on Deadening, treatment for those chronic con-1 Keep warm by a No. 7 Ma
have been numerous In the woods of
Subscribe
for
your
home
paper!
Felt.
Make your rooms warm ditions ? Consult p r. Rhodes at tic Electric Heater, price f
that section.
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the
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astern
C
lackamas
N
ews
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f0r
winter.
52tf | Hotel Estacada.
9-8tf | at the Reed Auto Co.
Otto %, Hartwlg was re-elected
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