Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, October 04, 1923, Image 1

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Devoted to the Interests ot Eastern Clackamas County
V o l u m e 16,
E st a c a d a , O r e g o n , T hursday , O ctober 4. 1923.
N u m b e r 52
^ We Win Another Ball Game
(C o n d e n s e d )
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Estacada
Stafford
"TAR. W. W. RHODES
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O ST E O PA T H IC
y \ R . G. F. MIDFOKD
^ P H Y SIC IA N
SURGEON,
and
f it t e d
OFFICE and Rasldsnce Second and Main Strsets
Estacada. Oregon—Telephone Connections
jQ K CHAS. P. JOHNSON
DENTIST
E V E N IN G W O RK BY A P P O IN TM E N T
Estacada,
Oregon.
TAR. W. WALLENS
S U R G E O N D E N T IS T
For over 20 years at Springwater, Ore.
ALBERT t . e l o t t
A T T O R N E Y A T LAW
RESIDENT LAWYER
ESTACADA.
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OREGON
W M . G. DUNLAP
A T T O R N E Y A T LAW
At Estacada, in the office of Woodle
Realty Co., on Saturdays—Portland of­
fice 1524 Yeon Building.
D. EBY,
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A T T O R N E Y A T LA W .
General Practice. Confidential
viser. Oregon City. Oregon.
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Ad­
cGUIRK & SCHNEIDER
A T T O R N E Y S A T LAW.
At Gresham office—Tuesdays, Thurs­
days ana Saturdays, 203-5, Withrow
building. Portland office, 721 Corbett
building.
FIR E INSURANCE.
London Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.
Keep your policy in our Fire
Proof Vault, free of charge.
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| S P E C IA L
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A BOTTLE OF
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Hymeneal
H. C . S T E P H E N S
A gent .
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It was good to watch the bo\ s
work. At no time this season
have^fcthey shown better form.
They hit, they fielded, they did
every thing,they should have done
and they played^errorless^ball.
The batting border.^ was the
same as usual but &ihe lineup
quite different. King worked
behind the bat, Boland on second
base, Jack ¡Smith in light field
and Scott in the box; flans will
please read our last week’s write­
up). Boland handled himself in
dandy shape on second. He
robbed G. Rabrick of a hit in the
fourth inning when he speared
chatj gentleman’s red hot grass-
cutter and made an easy out at
first. Boland told King he was
showing him how second base
should be played, and Guy to get
even caught a foul fly in the next
inning, and so it was a perfect
day and everyone was happy.
Jack Smith hit a homer in the
sixth and that ball sate did trav­
el when it left, the bat. V\ e can
only say that the whole team
played good ball and earned their
victory.
Next Sunday Carus comes for
the last game of the season. Re­
member that Carus is the cham-
pionshid team of the southern
Clackamas league while Estaca-
cada is that of the northern.
They beat us atCanby, but—well
come out and see Sunday.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office in LichthOrn Bldg., Estacada,
X R ay E q u ip m e n t — G l a s s e s
RunsBHiU ErroiB
Mr. John C. Hiliman announ­
ces the marriage ofthis daughter
Bertha Lynn to Mr. William B.
Wilson on Monday. September
24, 1923, Seattle, Wash. They
will be at home in Portland, af­
| ter October 5, at 720 East Grant
$ Street. S
-W h o editor of the N ews begs
to express his heartiest felicita-
-tations.
I COLGATE’S PERFUME I
Band Concert Planned
j . F R E E AThe.Eastern
fCiackamas Band
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WITH A BOX OF
is preparing to give a big con­
cert in the near future. The
date will be announced later.
COLGATE’S TALC
BOTH FO R 25C $
People’s C & C Store
Royal Baking Powder. 12 oz can,
regular price 50cts. our price
............................................. 40c
Schillings Baking Powder, 12 oz
Store
t
can, regular price 45cts. our
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price________
_3£c
1 gal. of Tea Garden Syrup $1.35
gal. Economy fruit jars while
they last per dozen____ $1.45
For Fire Insurance Kerr’s hard wheat flour guaran­
teed, sack_____________$1.86
Canned sweet potatoes No. 2Mb
size can_______
_13c
PLACE Y O U R IN­
Nut Crisp corn flakes, large size,
SURANCE THROUGH
YOUR HOME AGENT WHO
3 packages....... .................23c
WILL P ROTE CT
M. J. B. coffee, Goiden West and
YOUR INTEREST
Hills Bros, pound___ ____ 42c
A few sacks of sugar at much
below market prices.
We carry Lawrence’s cream and
Cary Real Estate Co.
milk.
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The Rexall
Trap-Nested
WHITE LEGHORNS
Bred for Vigor and High
Egg Production.
Our primary aim is to produce
vigorous, husky chicks; healthy,
nigged breeding stocK. and first
class hatching eggs. Hence, in
many cases, our customers roll
up bigger egg records than wc do.
But we hold our mature stock
bacK as long as possible after the
moult and bring them into laying
as near the hatching season as
possible. Thus arc our customers
aasured of strong, rugged chicks
and high quality hatching eggs.
ORDER EARLY.
PHIL MARQUAM
Estacada. Oregon.
FARM iocatedcr« mile out of E*tj
Gerfieidroad.
•‘Rat-Snap Beats the Best
Trap Ever Made,” Mas.
Emily Shaw Says.
My husband bought a $2 trap.
I bought a 65c boxol RAT SNAP,
i The trap only caught 3 rats but
RAT-SNAP kil.ed 12 in a week.
I’m never without RAT-SNAP.
Reckon 1 couldn’t raise chicks
without it.” RAT-SNAP comps
in cakes. Three sizes. 35c, 65c.
$1.25. Sold and guaranteed by
Estacada Pharmacy.
Currinsville Store Prices
Rock salt per !b.............. .
Wheat home raised per lb.
Economy Mixed feed, sack
Molasses. 500 lb net, bb! _
. B. G Dairy Feed, sack___
2c
1 Kc
$1.25
8.00
1.25
$1.50 P er Y yr
[Community Club.
BARTO
LOCAL ITEMS
Mr.
and
Mrs.
W
A good sized gathering assem-
Dr. Mid ford w as in Pci Hard
tended
the
State
fair at Salem
bled in the lobby of the Estacadaj Sunday.
and
then
drove
to
Eugene for
hotel last Friday evening, for the
Warrcn Smith weilt t o polt-
several days visit with friends.
initial fall meeting ot the Eastern ¡an(j gatur(jay i
^ Community
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the reception at the Methodist
—, The Barton Lumber and 1 ath
Clackamas
Club. J.
Boo Marchank w as.a t ornanti mill has been closed for some church last Monday evening, in
K. Ely, vice-president, presided
visitor yesterday.
time, as the river is ho lew to| Honor ■ of Rev. and Mrs. 11. W.
in the absence of Fred Bartholo­
Mrs.
W.
C.
Bacon
went
to
Port-
mew the president. The main
float logs. They have put in a Mort’s return to Estacada tor
busin ss of the meeting was for *arK*
evening.
dam on the G. W. Turner place another pastoral year, proved to
Mrs.
John
Osborn
and
sons
the 'Ction of officers. A num­
to get the logs that they lost at be a very happy atlair- Not only
his own people but others were
spent
Saturday
in
Portland.
;
the
mill.
ber names were suggested for
pres snt, but none of their own­ Mrs. G. L. Mendenhall went to A large elk was seen by sever­ present to extend tiu ir felicita­
ers Were willing to serve in that Gresham Saturday morning.
al persons about a mile from tions to him. He is now a full
capacity. Finally A. G. Ames Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Stephens ! Barton one morning. It came fledged elder having been or­
was mentioned, and he expressed were Portland visitors Sunday.
down from the hills, cressed the dained at the last conference. J.
his willingness to accept, so he Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kitching pavement and jumped into a G. Hayman presided over the
was chosen. J. K. Ely was elect­ and baby, were visitors in Weston cornfield for its breakfast and meeting, and alter the hymn,
“ Blest be the Tie which Binds”
ed to succeed himself as vice- Sunday.
didn’t seem to be at all wild.
was
sung, he called on Rev. B. E.
president, and Phil Adams as sec­
Among those attending the
retary and treasurer. The club Tomorrow is the last day for State fair wete All ert Bat tle- Clay, of the Christian church, to
voted to recommend H. C. Steph­ the second half of taxes without man, Lloyd Odell and Franklin offer an invocation. Then the
penalty.
orchestra played a selection
ens to the city council, as its
Mrs. J. D. Stout of Portland, and Hazel Gibson.
which was followed by the Rev.
choice for tilling the unexpired
Mr. and Mrs. Jens IVdersen A. De.Moy, who spoke for the
term of G. E. Lawrence as may­ called on Mrs. U. H. Gibbs, yes­
and daughter Eleaner wt re Es­ parish and pledged support to
or. Refreshments were served terday afternoon.
tacada visitors Wednesday.
Mr. Mort in his work. Miss Ruth
Gur
former
townsman,
John
at the close of the discussions.
Page, now of Gladstone, was in Edna Bates, who finished the Dillon then sang a choice selec­
Reception of Teachers.
8ti; grade in the Barton school tion, and Rev. U. 11. Gibbs was
Estacada Tuesday.
¿¡The reception given by the Mrs. Hattie Cramer and Miss last year, is new attending the U>e next speaker, who dwelt on
Parent-Teacher Association for Minerva Ritchie were visitors in Estacada high school.
the three fold character of the
the Teachers of the Estacada Portland Saturday.
Mrs. George W. Turn?;' has ministry. Misses Irma Gates and
schools, was held last Ihursday
Mrs. Ava. Bronson and Mr. again reported for duty on the Thelma Wilcox played a duet,
night at the 1. O. O. F. hall.
Rex Ludlow were on the Portland circuit court jury at Oregon City and then the Rev. B. E. Elay
There seemed to be a larger at­
Having gone to that city ^Monday. spoke in praise of Mr. Mort. A
tfain Saturday morning.
tendance than usual, and all en­
Mrs. George Whitehead has playlet in one act caused much
joyed themselves. Entertainment Mrs. G. E. Lawrence went to returned from a visit to 'The amusement, in which Mrs, M.Ju.
was furnished by giving out slips Portland Sunday afternoon, re­ Dalles.
Weatherb.v and Thomas Carpen­
on which numbers were written. turning the following day.
ter,
of Garfield, were the leading
The Dibble and William Odell
These were in pairs, and those UM rs. Mae Reed and daughters,
characters,
assisted by G. E.
families were Portland visitors
who had the corresponding num­ Misses Mary Alice and Florence
Lawrence,
M.
G. Weatherby and
Tuesday. 8
bers were to talk to each other June, went to Portland Saturday.
Walter Smith. Mrs. B. 11. Zim­
for three minutes and then write Our best thanks are due our Mr. and Mr. George W. Turn­ merman gave a brief reading, the
an impression of each other. friend J. W. Carson for a box of er, Mrs. L. B. Devine and Miss band rendered another selection.
These impressions were subse­ fine prunes and delicious Graven- Alice Hansen attended the East­ The Rev. H. W. Mort was the
ern Clackamas Community club last speaker and expressed his
quently read out loud and caused stein apples.
much amusement. Another stunt Leo Pesznecker is spending his meeting at Estacada Friday appreciation of the evening’s do­
was, two sides being chosen, each vacation as the guest of Ernest evening.
ings. The ladies of the church
was given a suit case packed Rynning. He is employed at a Quite a little excitement was ' served refreshments as a suitable
caused in Barton Tuesday by the | finale.
with certain articles of apparel, Vancouver iron foundry.
arrival of a Portland police car
then in turn each one was to open
Mr. Mort starts out very aus-
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Horeish
the case, don the apparel, walk of Portland, were guests of Mr. on the trail of a juvenile dcliu-j ¡ficiously on his new year as pas-
quent who has the unfortunate i tor of the local church. Both he
to a chair and back, then doff the and H. C. Gohring, Sunday.
habit of appropriating other and his good wife have endeared
costume and pack it back in the
jfMrs. George L. Carr and her boys’ bicycles.
ease. The side which got through
themselves to the community.
daughter, Miss Alice, of Indian­ Wm. Christensen taxed the
first won. Refreshments were
As lie said in his response, he
apolis, Ind., were guests of Mr. Barton bridge to the utmost Sat- >vas pastor of the M. E. Church
served at the conclusion.
and Mrs. G. L. Mendenhall last urday, while crossing it with his
first and next a citizen of Esta­
Tree Nursery for Estacada. week.
threshing machine engine, heav­ cada. It is very generally con­
Miss Mary Ely will teach school ily loaded with two feminine ceded that in both capacities he
E. P. Smith, who for several
years has had a nursery at Gres­ in the George district beginning neighbors.
has proved his worth.
ham, last spring leased four acres October 1. She will remain at Mrs. W. J. Nolan returned
from John Page on the hill east home, driving back and forth in Tuesday from a short visit in L IT E R EAGLE CREEK
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Douglass
of town, adjoining the W. L. a coupe.
Portland.
and
children were the weekend
Mrs. Earl Shibley and children
Baughman place, and across the
Mr. and Mrs. S. Richardson guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. Moehn-
road from the A. S. Hassell place. returned yesterday noon, to the of Portland, visited for a short
During the summer this land has camp where Mr. Shibley is at time with Aii-s Alice Hansen ke, the parents of Mrs. Douglass.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Eddy and
been broken up and Mr. Smith | work, after a visit with relativ s Monday.
children ol Portland, and Mrs.
will plant it to tree seed and in Portland and Springw'ater.
Several neighbors gathered at
young trees, both forest and
BORN -A t the Lovlace Hospi­ | the Wm. Christensen home Mon- M. S. Horsman of Pendleton,
were Sunday dinner guests of
fruit, and will also raise flowers. tal, Estacada, September24,1923, j day to assist in husking corn.
Mr. and Mrs. R. if. Gibson.
It will be known as the Eastwood a son, to Mr. and Mrs. Paul A.
nursery. He will arrive next Lovell, of Currinsville. Dr. G.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Duus were
Football Game
week and is having the lumber Midford was the attending phy­
calling
at the home of Walter
The football season will open
hauled to put up a house for his sician.
Douglass
on Tuesday.
Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock,
occupancy.
Mr.
and
Mrs. Ray Woodle
when the Estacada High School
DOVER DOINGS
were
guests
< f Mr. and Mrs.
Christian Church
will play West Linn High School
School started S ep tem b er 24th on the home field. Come out and Morris Wheelst of Einneman,
The services at the Christian
with an enrollment of about 23,
Church on Sunday, October 7, under the tutorage of Miss Eliza give our home boys a good send Sunday night and Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Woodle Sr.
oft, admission 50 cents.
will be as follows:
Smart of Portland. Miss Smart
and
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Woo­
Bible school at 10:09 a. m..
WANTED A first class feed
is making her home with TI. L.
dle
were
visiting at the home of
Preaching at 11:00 a. m. and Guthrie.
mill and gasolene engine. What
Ray
Woofle
Sunday.
have
you?
Address
Buyer,
care
7:30 p. m.
Mid-week prayer meeting Wed­ Ed Wolf and family have re­ of Eastern Clackamas News. It
cently moved from Portland onto
nesday at 7:30 p. m.
WANTED 175 cedar fence SPR IN G W A TER N E W S
posts, 7 feet long, facing 6 in. on George Perry ar.d daughter
Choir practice Friday 7:30. their farm.
A business meeting will follow Edward Severs and J. L. Krie- at least three sides; preferably Helen were home over (he week
made of dead cedar. State price
the morning sermon, on “Our ger are both working at the Pagg delivered. Upton A. Upton, Es end from Portland.
mill.
Father’s Business.” Evening
tacada, Or., Ri. 1.
10-4-11
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Erickson
sermon, “ What the man found The Pagg Bros, have greatly
returned from the state fair on
Bear Creek hill by fixing the bro­ Is Your Name Written Here? Tuesday.
who climbed a tree?”
You are cordially invited to at­ ken plank.
Those subscribing for this pa
John .Moger and his uncle M.
tend these services.
Special Trucks are kept busy hauling per during the week are: II. H. H. Wilkens visited with Mr. and
W. L. Baughman, G. R.
music will be rendered.
; ties from the Pagg mill to Eagle Carlin,
Mrs. 'fenny on Monday evening.
Ellis. J. L. Palmateer.
B. F. C lay ,
Creek, where four cars are being
Minister Christian Church.
loaded. This is the first 9hip- “Why I Put Up With Rafs for John Schenk and family of
Gresham, visited on Sunday with
Years,’ Writes N. Win*
Methodist Episcopal Church m< nt’
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Guttr. lge.
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J. G. Kreiger and family were
»or, Farmer.
Strange
__ . of . the Car! .Neumann
_____ . fam-
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Folsom and
, . statistics
,
. kept . m the guests
“ Years ago 1 bought some rat Mr. and Mrs. Jim Folsom and
pastor
s
study
show
that
more
..
.
n
,
1
. ;
„ .
,
ily at Eagle Creek on Sunday,
poison, which nearly killed our daughter of Sandy, spent .Sun­
people are sick on Sunday than
the total for the other six days. I The Rev and Mrs Levine and fine watch dog. It so scared us day with Mr. and Mrs. Harold
son visited with Mrs. Levine s that we suffered a long time v. ith Horner.
Sunday school at 10.
Morning service at 11 withser- sister, Mrs. Edwin Seward last rats until a reighbir loll me
Mrs. C. M. Fo som ac ompan-
ab'ut RAT-SNAP. That’s the ied her sons to Sandy where she
monette.
week.
Epworth League at 6:30.
Vinnie DeSchazer, who has sare rat killer a nl a safe one.” will visit : everal days, and then
The 7:30 service, topic, “The been ill for the past several Three sizes, 35c, flic, f t . 25. Sold go to her home at Day;on, Wa h.
Sunday Sleeper.”
months is still confined to her an 1 guarantied by the Eitacada
j Job printing at the Nux 3 ofi’ec
Pharmacy.
H. W. M ort , Pastor, ibed.
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