Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, April 12, 1923, Image 1

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Devoted to the Interests ot Eastern Clackamas County
E stacada , O regon , T hursday , A pril 12, 1923.
V olume 16, N umber 27
OREGON NEWS NOTES
OF GENERAL INTEREST
UPPER EAGLE CREEK
LOCAL BREVITIES
$1.50 P er Y ear
UPPER BARTON
PAVING BONDS
FETCH PREMIUM
Mr, and Mrs. Ray Woodle Ted Howe spent Sunday in Mr. and Mrs. Fred Werner
were Oregon City visitors last Portland.
were in Portland one dav last
Wednesday.
week.
p \R . W. W. RHODES
Mrs. W. C. McWillis was a
After a few week’s visit with passenger to Portland this morn­ Mrs. Bessie Wilson called on
O STE O PA T H IC
Principal
Events
of
the
Weak
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
her sister at Oregon City, Mrs.
Mrs. Louis Rivers one day last The city fathers met last Tues-
Office in Lichthorn Bldg., Estacada, Briefly Sketched for Infor­ Ed. Douglass returned home last ing,
I day night for their regular meet-
“Bob” Morton of Portland, week.
week,;
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ing. All members of the coun­
mation of Our Readers.
-TAR. G. F. MIDFOKD
Mrs.
George
Herrman
called
was an Estacada visitor Tues­
cil were present, besides a good
^ P H Y S IC IA N and SURGEON.
Mr. and fMrs. Tracy Clester day night.
on
the
Ferrels
Monday
afternoon.
X R ay E quipment — G lasses fitted A number ot schools of Clackamas and children and Miss Naoma
number of citizens. Mayor Law­
Mrs. Jack Hoffman went to j rence
OFFICE and Residence Second and Main Strsets. county are already engaging teachers
The
P.
T.
A.
meeting,
which
called the meeting to or­
Estacada. Oregon—Telephone Connection*
Paddison spent the week end in was to have been held Tuesday Milhvaukie Sunday.
for the next fall term.
der
and
after the regular busi­
Portland.
£ )R . CHAS. P. JOHNSON
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Ferrel and ness routine,
the consideration
The annual convention of the Ep- Mr. and Mrs. Ray Woodle and night, was postponed.
DENTIST
worth league for the Coos bay and son Leslie, accompanied by Ed. Mrs. C. C. Bronson returned daughter Grace were in Estaca­ of a petition which was present­
Estacada,
Oregon. Southern Oregon districts will be held Chapman, motored to Corbett Wednesday evening from a visit da one day last week.
ed, was taken up. This had
In Eugene April 20-22.
with
her
son
Lee
in
Portland.
Mr.
and
Mrs.
George
Herr­
£ )R . W. WALLENS
Sunday, being the guests of Mr. Mrs. Viola Douglass, in com­ man and Grace and Edith Ferrel been numerously signed and
The ministers of the Lutheran and
prayed the council to extend the
SURGEON DENTIST
Mrs. J. P. Woodle.
churches of western Oregon held a
the dance at Boring time limit for public dances from
For over 20 vears at Springwater, Ore. three days’ session in Albany. About Roy Douglass made a business pany with her danghter Mrs. attended
Will Bell, visited Portland yes­ Saturday night.
midnight to 3 a. m. This pro­
25 ministers were present.
trip to Portland last Thursday. terday.
Mr.
and
!Mrs.
William
Stone
considerable discussion;
ALBERT t . e l o t t
Portland was the eighth city in the He purchased a new team, a pair After a visit of several days and son William from St. Johns, voked
ATTO RNEY AT LAW
most
of
the speakers, however,
United States in point of gain in postal of fine blacks, trading one of his
RESIDENT LAWYER
spent
Sunday
with
their
son
G.
were
against
the extension. On
at
the
home
of
her
sister,
Mrs.
ESTACADA. - - OREGON receipts during March, according to horses in on them.
motion the matter was laid on
a report made by the postoffice de­ Mr. and Mrs. Will Douglass W. J. Moore, Miss Florence Ken­ A. Stone and family.
partment.
the table for another thirty days.
to Portland.
W M ATTORNEY
. G. DUNLAP
Fred Hoffmeister and family dall Mr. returned
Pastor
Resigns
AT LAW
A representative of Miller &
The decapitated body of Robert and
and Mrs. W. J. Moore, in
At Estacada, in the office of Woodle Johnson of Portland was found along­ were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. company
Co.
of Portland, a bonding house,
The
Rev.
E.
F.
Atchley
who
with Portland relatives,
Realty Co., on Saturdays—Portland of­ side the railroad track In Cow creek Will Bell Sunday.
was present and made a bid for
has
been
in
charge
of
the
Chris­
fice 1524 Yeon Building.
went
to
the
Heilig
last
Saturday
canyon at Bean point, midway between Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Gibson afternoon to see “The Bat.”
tian church in Estacada for the I the street improvement bonds,
D. EBY,
Union creek and Peck.
were
the
dinner
guests
of
Mr.
$150 premium on the
* ATTO RNEY AT LAW.
Mr. and Mrs. George Morrow past year, preached his farewell | offering
A
trophy
will
be
offered
by
the
re­
and
Mrs.
McKay
Sunday.
block.
This
was accepted and
General Practice. Confidential Ad­ cently organized Eugene Automobile
motored over from Portland last sermon last Sunday night. The contract for sale
made out and
viser. Oregon City, Oregon.
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Sersanous
and
Rev.
R.
T.
Maxey
of
Portland
club to the driver of the first car to children were out this way on evening, and were guests at the will be here this coming Sunday signed.
negotiate either pass over the sum­
tVJTcGUIRK & SCHNEIDER
A. E. Sparks home.
hold services. It is proba­ Another matter was a resolu­
ATTO RNEYS AT LAW. mit of the Cascade mountains in Lane Sunday.
After a brief period of suspen­ and
county
this
year.
ble
that
he will be extended a tion to enforce the ordinance
At Gresham office—Tuesdays, Thurs­
days ana Saturdays, 203-5, Withrow Bids on six Lane county roads, cov­ The Willard Convention sion the ad of the Estacada Feed call by the congregation to fill compelling the trucks to close
building. Portland office, 721 Corbett ering 20 miles of new construction and A convention of Willard ser­ Co. appears again in this issue. their pulpit and take charge of t h e i r cutouts while passing
building.
is good for our readers, the the church.
through the city limits, and a
macadamizing grades built last year, vice station operators in Portland This
paper
and the firm.
MONEY TO LOAN
were awarded by the county court will take V. W. Duus local Wil­
warning to that effect to be
after
$450,000
worth
of
county
road
The
Ladies’
Aid
society
of
the
Card
Party
lard
battery
expert
out
of
town
published
in the Eastern Clacka­
PA U L C. FISCHER
bonds had been sold.
M. E. church is planning on an The ladies of the Woodcraft mas News.
this week.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
BEAVER Bldg.
OREGON CITY The Pullman company, which op­ This convention for service entertainment, including a short will give a 500 party in the I. O. No other business being on
erates extensively throughout the station men is ore of twenty one play, to be given at the church O. F. hall on Friday, April 20 at hand the council adjourned.
United States, last year declared
dividends aggregating $10,934,876, ac­ similar ones throughout the U. S. on Tuesday evening, April 24. 9 p.m. Refreshments will be
DIED
cording to a report filed with the Ore­ “I am going to the convention A Portland ambulance went served and prizes given. Ad­
this week” said Mr. Duus of the through Estacada Tuesday after­ mission 25 cents and everybody At her home at Eagle Creek,
gon public service commission.
4-12-19 Ore., Sunday April 8, 1923, Mrs.
Elaborate preparations are being mechanical department of the noon and proceeded towards Far­ is cordially invited.
Philippina Schmidt, the wife of
made at Albany for the annual dis­ Cascade garage, because I am aday to take an injured employee
trict convention of Pythian Sisters anxious to learn all I can about at one of the camps to the hospi­
John Schmidt. She was born in
Senior
Class
Night
which will be held in that city May taking better care of batteries tal
Germany, April 21, 1853, so she
1. More than 500 delegates and mem­ and rendering still better service The Ladies’ Aid society of the Through the courtesy of Man was 69 years. 9 months and 13
ager Cleworth, the senior class
bers are expected to be present.
to car owners. Willard service Christian church met at the of the High School will present days old at the time of herdeath.
State forestry officials have sent station conventions have become home of Mrs. Julius Krieger last th;s evening, the Goldwyn pro­ She was married in her native
resolutions to Oregon's representatives famous throughout the trade for Thursday
afternoon. The next duction “Madame X” at the land and with her husband came
In congress and to attaches of the
.*?*•?. *f United States forest service asking the number of good ideas and meeting will be with Mrs. B. O. Gem theatre. There should be a to this country in January 1879.
Î that airplanes be assigned to this state practical helps we bring back Sarver.
good attendance as the class will She leaves besides her husband,
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cSS
during the coming forest fire season. from them.”
1 child. 8 grandchildren and 2
The Rev. H. W. and Mrs. Mort benefit from the receipts.
great
grandchildren. The fune­
Bonds aggregating $65,000, voted re­
go Friday to Goldendale, Wash.,
cently by the Dee irrigation district
China as a Neighbor
ral
service
was in Forrester’s
Farm Reminders
In Hood River county, have been re­ China is soon to be a next to pass the week end with the
cemetry,
Tuesday
afternoon, the
corded In the office of the secretary door neighbor to the United parents of Mr. Mort. He has ar­ Feeding and drinking vessels Rev. V. A. Weir officiating.
ranged for a supply for his pul­ in the poultry establishment
of state at Salem. These bonds were
certified at a meeting of the state States through high-powered ra. pit during his absence.
A Serious Operation
be thoroughly cleaned
irrigation securities commission held dio stations which will be estab­ The officers of the local Re- should
D.
M. Marshall was operated
daily.
last week.
lished and send messages directly bekah order enjoyed a pleasant
on
at
St. Vincent’s hospital last
A conference between the directors across the Pacific from Shang­ afternoon last Friday at the One of the limiting factors of Monday.
The operation proved
of the Columbia River Fishermen’s hai to our Pacific coast seaboard. home of Mrs. G. E. Lawrence, the poultry business is the dis­
to
be
a
very
serious one as the
ease
problem.
Chicks
brooded
league and the packers to discuss the The existing high-powered sta­
prices to be paid for salmon on the tions of the Radio Corporation when she entertained to cele­ in small flocks have a better appendix was badly swollen and
Columbia river during the season,
brate her birthday anniversary.
to grow to maturity than abnormally enlarged. While yet
which will open at noon May 1, has of America situated at San Fran Visiting and a general good time chance
under
the
more intensive meth­ very weak, Mr. Marshall is be­
been set for the afternoon of Satur­ cisco and Honolulu will be em­ was had, the event being con­
ginning to rally and strong hopes
ods of brooding.
day, April 14.
ployed for transmitting messages cluded with refreshments.
entertained for his ultimate
Newly hatched chicks may be are
In an effort to obtain some of the to China. The distance from
recovery.
business now favoring the automo­ San Francisco to China is 5300 Dinty Moore was in Portland fed with good results during the
yesterday. He has received the first week three times daily on a
stage lines operating in the
The
Store bile
Man Drowned
Willamette valley, the Oregon Elec­ miles.—Industrial News Bureau. contract for feeding the paving chick food containing t h r e e
tric Railroad company has filed with
crew on the Estacada-Barton pounds of cracked corn, three An Italian who worked for the
Don’t» for Smoker»
the public service commission a new
Hurley Mason Co., was drowned
tariff which shows a material reduc­ The League of American Smo­ road. He will make his camp at pounds of craeked wheat., three last
l
while crossing the riv­
Allspaugh
station
and
will
begin
pounds
of
pinhead
oatmeal
or
tion in the present fares.
kers has issued the following list serving meals on Monday. W. steel-cut oats, one pound of fine er on week
a
raft.
It is reported he
Plans for construction of the Butler of rules:
was
carrying
a
considerable sum
O.
Baumgartner
has
been
en­
grit, and twice daily a mash
section of the Reedsport highway have Don’t smoke in a dense crowd.
of
money
on
his
person. His
gaged
to
serve
as
second
cook.
been completed and sent to the bureau Don’t smoke where smoking is
composed of equal parts of bran
body
has
not
been
found
and we
of
public
roads.
This
is
the
section
on
PLACE Y O U R IN­
Boh March bank has added a shorts and corn meal mixed with hear a reward of $500 has
which the forest service and Douglas prohibited by law or common un­ handsome
been
SURANCE THROUGH
eggs,
or
rolled
oats
with
eggs.
new oak and plate
YOUR HOME AGENT WHO county are to co-operate on a 50-50 derstanding. J
offered
for
its
recovery.
In
addition
supply
sour
milk
or
basis, each appropriating $55,000. It Don’t smoke in a passenger el­ glass show case to his confec­ buttermilk to drink. Provide
WILL PROTECT
Is 3% miles long, almost entirely evator.
tionery. This enables him to
YOUR INTEREST
Trucks Take Notice
and charcoal in hoppers and
through solid rock.
Don’t smoke in a home where display his choice candies to bet­ grit
Ordinance
97, Section
Axel J. Olson, resident highway you are a guest unless you are ter advantage. The old case he give the chicks green feed once 2, Paragraph Number
2:
Any
person
engineer at Astoria. Is making sur certain your host does not object. has moved to the window, and in a day.
driving
a
gat
propelled
vehicle
veys on the Columbia river highway
placed a fine assortment of to­
have the same properly
between Astoria and Svensen prelim­ Don’t throw lighted cigars or| it baccos
Is Your Name Written Here? j shall
and smoking supplies.
cigarettes
away
carelessly.
inary to the plan of the state highway
equipped with a muffler and shall
commission to resurface the pavement Don’t expectorate while smo­ We were glad to see our friend Those subscribing for this pa 1 not run such vehicle with the
by laying a top dressing two Inches king in the presence of non- smo­ C. R. Lovell of Currinsville walk­ per during the week were E. C. ! cut-out open.
in thickness and widening the pave­ kers. if at all.
ing again without the help of a Suter, M. A. Nelson, C. R. Lov­ Approved by the City Council
Trap-Nested ment
from 16 to 18 feet.
Don’t smoke cigars so short crutch or cane. He pleasantly ell and Lillian M.Stingley.
of Estacada, Sept. 26, 1921
Officials of the Western White that the stubs must be held on a surprised us yesterday morning,
WHITE LEGHORNS
Section 2. Paragraph 2 of Or­
Juvenile patrons of the Esta­ dinance
Bred for Vigor and High Cedar company of Marshfield have an­ toothpick.
by
calling
at
this
office
and
re­
being violated, and
nounced the company would construct Don’t encourage smoking
Egg Production.
cada putilic library, wi l l be! r>'si lents 97 of is the
newing
his
subscription
for
five
are com­
a
standard
gauge
railroad
on
Dement
Our primary aim is to produce
to learn that there will plaining about the town
vigorous, husky chicks; healthy, creek. In southern Coos county, to tap among growing boys and girls. years. It fairly took our breath pleased
noise
have
rugged breeding stocK and first a white cedar tract of 60,000.000 feet Don’t try to borrow matches away, as it was our first experi­ be a number of new volumes asked the City Council to and
enforce
claaa
hatching eggs. Hence, in and would have it under way in a short from non-smokers.
for their department ready to the above paragraph. At their
many cases, our customers roll time. The road will be 244 miles long
ence of the kind.
he
on the shelves in a regular meeting a motion was
UP bigger egg records than we do.
Don’t smoke in the presence Mrs. Grover Kiggins has been few placed
But we hold our mature stocK and cost the company $40.000.
days.
of a woman unless you are cer­ removed from town to Spring-
bacK as long as possible after the
made that the owners of motor
moult and bring them into laying
(Concluded
on
page
2)
Our thanks are due George B vehicles be allowed fifteen days
tain she does not mind.
as near the hatching season as
water,
where
she
is
staying
with
Weatherby for more literature from April 10th, 1923, to equip
possible. Thus are our customers
A first class painter’s outfit her husband’s relatives. She is on
Ed’s Place
assured of strong, rugged ehirKs
the merits of the sunkist vale their machines acccordinglv.
and high quality hatching eggs.
men who know how to use improving and able to get up of Escondido.
1 have installed a new fountain and
Calif.
ORDER EA R LY .
G. E. L awrence , Mayor,
3-29tf out of bed. Her physician, Dr.
with 70 foot coil, and am ready it, at Pointer’s.
J. K. ELY, Recorder.
PHIL MARQl'AM
to serve drinks of all kinds and I am now prepared to do all Medford, speaks most encour­ A good line of Paints, Oils,
Estacada. Oregon M ice cream at all times besides the kinds of watch, clock and jewelry agingly concerning her condi­ Varnishes, Wall Paper, and Win- Subscribe for your home paper
FARM £aws4ons nr* an of
| dow Glass at Pointer’s. 3-29tf, the E astern C lackamas N ews .
Gaff * 4 road.
best of eats.
repairing. A. N. Johnson. tf tion.
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