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EASTERN CLACKAMAS NEWS, THURSDAY OCT. 26. 1922.
OREGON NEWS NOTES
OF GENERAL INTEREST
UPPER EAGLE ( REEK
MANURE SHOWS GREAT VALUE
Kermit Beshul returned last Mrs. Earl H. Odell called on Where Applied to Clover Fields It In
week from Yakima where he Mrs. Fred Werner last wefek.
creased Yield Threefold—
had been picking apples.
Miss Grace Ferrei visited the
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Woodle and high school at Estacada one day Due to the cool weather of the
Principal Events ol the Wee
spring and the'freeze which occurred
Leslie were surprised last last week.
Briefly Sketched fot 'n ftv -
In the season, the Iowa ngrleul-
Saturday evening, when several Albert Hoyger was up to see early
experiment station has had an
mation of Our Reader-
of their friends and neighbors his mother Mrs. Hoyger of Ea opportunity
to show the value of com
gathered to spend the evening gle Creek, Sunday.
mon barnyard manure on clover. It
Registration In Renton county shows with them. A pleasant time was Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Ferrei has been found that where manure
added to the fields only once in
had by those present and along and family were up to visit the was
the rotation the stand has been in
James Dyer, aged 80, Oregon pio about
midnight a delicious lun Heiple and Githens families of creased three times over the plots
neer, died at his home near Albany.
wli.rc no mnnure was used.
sandwiches, pie, potato Eagle Creek, last Sunday.
The city of Condon lias purchased
tons per acre were added to
a $3000 combined chemical and water salad, cake, pickles and coffee Albert Hoyger made a busi tile Eight
manured plots ami here the leaf
was served, after which the ness trip to Portland Tuesday. ! surface and root development are
Work on the highway between company departed for home.
heavier and better. Where phosphorus
Grants Pass and Crescent City will E. Naylor butchered three Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Ferrell was added at the same time as ma
plants are even more vigorous
and Grace went to Gresham nure,
and have a greater height.
The annual convention of the Ore hogs the first of the week, ship Tuesday.
gon Stute Medical association will be ping them to Portland.
CARE FOR LATE VEGETABLES
held in Portland October 26 and 27.
Mr and Mrs. Roy Douglass
An Excellent Remedy
The Oregon Association of County and children were guests of Mr.
Late Products Nothing More
Judges and Commissioners will meet and Mrs. Oscar Benson Sunday,
Old Scotch liniment, which is’ To Store
is Required Than Use of
in Portland on December 12, 13 and
in this paper, has
Mrs. R. B. Gibson was calling advertised
Might thousand two hundred and on Mrs. Ray Woodle Friday af for rheumatism and kindred ills, j The storing of late vegetables is
often p'rolltable for those who grow
thirteen voters are registered in Mar ternoon.
ion county for the November elec Mrs. Ethel Lansdowne, school Our fellow townsman, G. A. them in swdicient quantities for mar
tlie grower the direct
Masse puts it up and has placed I keting. of giving
the winter price. To care
A total of $075.000 had been sub supervisor, visited the school it on sale at the Estacada Phar benefit
for the surplus vegetables in many
scribed by the end of last week to the here Thursday.
nothing more than the
Willamette university endowment Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Duus, Mr. store at Eagle Creek. This lini use of requires
existing facilities in the form
storage room In the basement
Mrs. N. Kirchem and daugh ment is well known around here, of of a a dwelling
Three hundred new members 's the and
or under an outbuilding
as many can testify to its value or to build an outdoor cellar of wood
goal of officials in charge of the Salem
chamber of commerce membership Mrs. Walter Douglass Sunday. from personal experience. But or masonry, if permanent facilities
not available, late root crops can
Mr. Masse can show a hudred are
he kept in outdoor pits or bunks, re
Twenty-three I. W. W. members
Laundry to Open
or more testimonials from all quiring no cnsli outlay except for la
were escorted to the citv limits of
I’ortluml by police ami ordered to Estacada will have a new in parts of the country. It is made bor.
dustry, as a laundry will be up from a formula of which he
Civil service examinations will be opened next Monday in the build alone is in possession, and in SHEEP GOOD AS.SCAVENGERS
held November 18, to select postmast- ing at the corner of Main and herited it from his father who Feed and Care Are Essential to De-
ers for Amity, Gardiner, Kerry and First streets, which was former was a physician of some repute,
velop Flock for Mutton— Ani-
mals Keep Down Weeds.
Ily u vote of !*1 to 13, a bond issue
ot $76.ooo has been authorised by the etal years ago, before he moved the house in case of sore throat ¿Sheep possess great ability to reno
land owners of the Grants Pass lrri- his store where the Square Deal or of the chest, and will ward off vate the soil, keep down all kinds of
that would otherwise often be
Twins now are. The proprietors an attack of threatened pneu teed
weeds and to consume odds and ends
The records In the Clatsop county | are Mesdames Jacob Moss and monia.
totally wasted, but the man who un
clerk's office show the total number j Tom Martin,, who have had a
dertakes to develop a really profitable
of registrations for the coming general
tlock of mutton sheep must get away,
number of years experience in
election arc 8006 .
possible, from the idea that
badly bruised and shaken as hey far are as kept
William M. Canning, prominent min j this line. See their ad in this and
because of their ability
lng operator and a resident of Raker issue of the NEWS which gives
lie must like bis sheep
for 40 years, died at his home in that their rates for family and wet Thomas last Wednesday evening and plan to give them the most pains
city, aged 68 years.
in front of the Givens gtore on taking care and the best fissl that his
The postoffice at Goble has been washes. They should meet with Gilsan. Howard was playing arm nfiords. Unless he does this he
advanced to presidential class as of a good patronage as a laundry with some other boys when the is likely to have trouble.
October 1 and the postmaster's sal in town will meet a decided de accident occurred, he was hit on
M. E. Church Notices
ary fixed at $1000 a year.
mand. besides filling up another the head and bruised about the
Kerr. Gifford it Co., of Portland vacant store building.
at 10 a. m. The
body, being unconscious three- attendance School
have bought the interest of G. F.
Standage aqd R P. Whiting in the
fourths of an hour, but he is But we miss you.
Reaver feed mills of Rugene.
about again apparently as well Morning worship at 11 o’clook,
Notices have been posted in Lake Fear expressed in some parts as ever. Montavilla Times.
county calling a special election, Nov of the state that if the Constitu Howard is well known here, with special music by the Junior
ember 7. for a vote on the recall of tional amendment to permit Port
and sermonette for the
as he is the son of former Esta choir,
Dr K. II. Smith, county judge.
cada residents, Mr. and Mrs. 6:45 p. m., a Epworth
A report issued by the Clatsop
sheriff's office shows that up to the
vice for young people.
present time the sum of $1,552.705 68 be made to get the legislature
Evening service at 7:30, the
has been collected in taxes on the 1021 to levy a large tax or make a big
half hour sing, special violin
contribution to the exposition
The Seio Condensary last week paid has been set at rest by a state Bib'e School every Lord’s Day selection and #ermon appropriate
out $700 in bonuses to the several ment from Mayor Baker, direct at 10 a. m.; Preaching 11 a. m. for the hallotveen season, ‘‘En
patrons of the concern who have con
A cordial invitation is extended the Gh*st!” Do you believe
tinuously sold their milk to it fqj one or general of the , exposition cam- to all. The theme for Sunday1, ter
in " ghosts? It depends........ !
Rv crawling into a burning house tax is to be asked from the state
H oward W. M ort , Pastor.
through the bedroom window, Mrs. and no more financial is to be | ing from God.” A cordial invi
tation is extended to all, who do W. F. Carj’ has just completed
Delbert Irvin of I.a Grande saved her
little children front being burned to asked outside of Portland than j not attend services elsewhere. an extention to the road to his
is necessary for the state to make
E. F. Atchley, pastor. acrage across the river from Es
Petitions for the recall of County a reasonable showing in the form |
Judge Cross of Clackamas county were of an exhibit or building equal-1 Dinty, like the Gump family, tacada. It is a good one made of
filed with County Clerk Miller at Ore ling the showing made by the sometimes is down but never plank and gravel.
gon Ctly. The petitions contalu 2563 other states.
10-12tf Read the Ads in the N ews .