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Devoted to the Interests ot Eastern Clackamas County
VOLUME XVIII No. 52
OREGON NEWS ITEMS
OF SPECIAL INTEREST
E S T A C A D OREGON,
PROTECT THE FISH AND G A I T
$1.50 PER YEAR
ESTAt \ I» \ UMPOKMLB BAND.
!H OF GIÖ 3 S
A vc y rn'oytble reception spon
Mr3. J. W. Miller went into I’ ort-
The stnte game commissioner seems
The hand had the distinction of hi
, to Jie functioning again in harmony sored by the "Good Will c ub," was land Monday.
| ing the official hand for the three day
I which is an act of good judgment for given the teachers, Mr. Earl Tracy
of the Independent Order of Odd Fel
Mrs. Geo. Armstrong of Camp
concerned . We have in Oregon a and Miss Ruth Whitehead, Saturday
lows Sovereign Grand Lodge conven
Brief Resume of Happenings of ail
vast amount of wilfl life and their pro evening, September 19. There was a was a visitor In the citv Monday.
Mon, and one of the main things ac
At tlie county fair grounds Friday
tection depends on a well organized short program consisting o f all sing
complished by this engagement wa
the Week Collected for
Attorney and Mrs. W. W. Smith placing Estacada before representa evening the Greater Clackamas Union
ing "America,'' a violin duet by Mr.
>f Clubs was organized and officers
During the last meeting there en- j c - Delpine and Miss Clara Tiffany, a spent Friday at the county fair at Uves from all over flic world. Til chosen for the coming.year.
tered into the picture Professor Jar- s°ug by the Good Will club members, Canby.
band was complimented on every sid
With only a few minor changes the
and mention was made by some of tli constitution and by-laws reported by
More than 200 youngsters are em dine of O. A. Cv and outlined a pro- ! Owing to the absence of chairman of
The new postofflee building will be
the committee of eight were adopted
convention officers that there was
rolled in boys' and girls’ club work In gram by which experienced fish cul- 'l16 rchpQl board Mr. M. A. Nelson,
ready for occupancy this weak or
turists might be developed in Oregon. Superintendent Brenton Vedder gavq
possibility that an invitation might be and the next meeting place fixed at
Union county this year.
Milwaukie on the third Wednesday
extended for them to represent Mu' it October. If the new president finds
Work has been started on pouring Does Professor Jardine forget that ■ Hi® welcome address. Mr. L. 0. Ger- ^
Mr A(1oIph Haidlen of Floreston.
state at the next convention to be held that the attendance will be greater
the foundation for the new $300,000 Osh culture is not in its Infancy In j her Mr. I. Brown and Mr. Baker, the
Oregon and that the Oregon system I clerk- " ere not present a few remarks Ca||fornla ,g visUlng
,n the city fol. in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, next than Milwaukie ran accommodate, he
. hotel of nine stories at Marshfield.
were given by Harvey Gibson, Mrs. j f
September as the World's Fair is In can change the place of meeting.
Mrs. M. J. Olds. 88, a pioneer of has long been pronounced the best in Frank Tiffany, Mr, Tracy and Miss i 3 eW * ays‘
Those elected to head the new or
Ing held there next year it will cer
Oregon In 1846, died at ^fcMinnvllle
nican versed li^ scientific fish culture? Whitehead. The program closed by j Mrg R jj . Carter and daughter tainly be a great boost for Clackamas ganization for the first year were:
after an Illness of more than a year,
There Is no one, however well educat ail singing the "Star-Spangled Ban were in attendance at the I. O. O. F. county to have our local band in that president. H. H. Chindgren of Colton:
Dedication of the new Elks' temple
Refreshments were served convention last week.
city. If the citizens of this communi vice-president, M. P. Shrock of Mil-
ed along the lines of scientific fish ner."
at Salem has been set for November
ty will continue their support and waukie; secretary-treasurer, E. A.
culture, who would be of value to this consisting of cake, sandwiches and
7. The temple cost approximately
A. W. Botkin recovered what was everyone do their bit there is no doubt Koen of Oregon City. There was but
stale what service could he render, coffee. A large whipped cream re
ception cake was made by the presi left of his auto Monday. It was stolen but what the Odd Fellows of the state me contest, there being two nominees
who could he direct?
With the regular registration com
will send them East. So let ns all gel for secretary-treasurer, E. A. Kpen
It has come to the writer's knowl dent of the Good Will club, Minnie in Portland last week.
pleted at Willamette university at edge that 'he state hatchery depart Froman and was presented to Miss
Mrs. R. H. Currin is enjoying a in and boost the hand: they arc cer and Miss Margaret Beatie, the latter
Salem, tke enrollment has reached ment hav .n its personel men with Whitehead and Mr. Tracy to cut. Miss visit from her daughter, Mrs. Don tainly deserving great credit.
secretary of the Oregon City Cham
only 460, a tk .cease of nearly 160 college training possible along other Whitehead cut her half one way and Allen, of California, for a few weeks.
ber of commerce. Mr. Koen urged
from last year.
that someone outside of Oregon City
lines rather than fish culture but who Mr. Tracy another which caused a
Letters from Mr. and Mrs. Te.nnler
he chosen, but those attending Di
The timber on six tracts In Mult have many years of practical fish cul lot of merriment. All reported an en
lated upon a vote. It resulted in
nomah, Benton. Polk, Clackamas and ture experience.
Is not his mind
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Duus and Koen being elected.
Washington counties was sold by the trained, at least trained to think and and Miss Whitehead a succ ssful report they are having a very fine
little daughter Savern, were visitors
government last week for an aggre above all he knows conditions in his school year.
Tlie only significant change made in
of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Joyner, Sun
gate Of $60,648.45.
own state. Educate that man. Why
ither the constitution or by-laws was
Mrs. Earl Odell and her sister. Mrs.
Mr. D. C. Zink, traveling freight day evening.
Thomas B. Kay, state treasurer, was educate a total stranger to Oregon Lloyd Odell, visited Mrs. Loyal Lake
that the board of directors shall fix
Ray Miller pf Portland is spending
and passenger agent, P. E. P. Co., was
elected president of the Oregon Linen and Oregon's methods? Who have and her mother, Mrs. Johnson, of
the amount to be levied upon each af
a visitor in Estacada Friday, last his vacation with his parents, Mr. and
Mills, which was Incorporated at you in mind, Professor Jardine?
filiating organization, this not to ex
Logan last Thursday.
Mrs. Robt. Miller and family.
8alem recently with capital stock of
10 cents per member annually.
Even the eminent Dr. David Star
Misses Grace and Edith Ferrel of
Mrs. Harold Joyner, Mrs. H. Kllnker
Jordan and his assistants have long Portland spent the week-end with
\V. W. Smith, attorney, was ill Ore Mrs. Leo Rath and Mr. John Welling All organizations are to report to the
Recent hall storms damaged the conceded that their scientific informa their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Fer gon City on business Friday last week, were visitors at school Friday after Milwaukie meeting their selection of
members of the board of directors, so
Cove prune crop so badly that work tion on trout and salmon of the north rel. W. O. Echols of Currinsvillc was also attended the Bar association noon.
hat ” ie organization can Immediately
has been curtailed and the prunes west has been obtained through a also a visitor there Sunday. Mr meeting.
Julius Paulsen was in Portland Sat
begin '.o function.
will be either dried in the Cove dryer series of practical experiments car Echols left for eastern Oregon Mon
urday and Sunday to attend his fath
It vas predicted by a number of
ried on by our local hatcheries. Who day morning.
or else sent to canneries.
Mrs. A. O. Antes was a Portland er's 84th birthday.
present that the Union of Clubs
A good start Is being made In mov' then furnished this scientific knowl
Jim Chaney fell out of a tree oi
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Stone and family
s goirg over big, this being particu-
tion last week.
ing the Oregon onion crop, about 50 edge to the world?
Monday evening and was knocked un
spent the week-end with friends in
arly true in that there is nothing
It is not so many years ago that a
car* having been shipped out already.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Norton were Esta
igalnst women’s clubs officiating. If
The State Will have a good crop esti certain college in the West construct
Miss Jessie Odell, who is training cada visitors over Sunday at the home
hese organizations loin, and it is pos-
ed a fish hatchery and conducted a
mated at around 700 cars.
at Good Samaritan hospital in Port of Mrs. Norton's parents, Mr, and Mrs of Portland spent Saturday and Sun
iible to get still further affiliation
The public service commission has
land, spent the week-end with her J. K. Ely.
rom Granges and Farm Bureaus, the
Miss Flora Lins and brother Carl
authorized discontinuance of station the result? The fish died, The class parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Odell. Mr.
issoclatlon will easily become a pow-
facilities at Quinton, on the line of
G. W. Robertson, paymaster P. E. P.
and Mrs. Elingham and Mrs. Godfrey
rfttl body in the interest of count'
the Oregon Railroad k Navigation called scientific fish culture experts. of Portland, Were also visitors there Co., was in Estacada Friday of last sen’s Sunday evening.
At the county fair mooi
company in Gilliam county.
Mr. John Willing and mother, Mrs
ng two Farm Bureaus and two Orang-
onto our all ready hampered hatchery Sunday. Their son and daughter. Mr. week, painting a smile on a goodly Willing of Portland were visitors oi
An attractive young woman, fash
and Mrs. Lloyd Odell have moved to number of our citizens.
s were represented. More are ex
Friday afternoon and evening of Mr
ionably dressed and with polished
pected to come in at the first regular
As the hatchery department stands Bridal Veil where Mr. Odell* is em
manners, fleeced Klamath- merchants
meeting in Milwaukie.
today we have in its personal the re ployed.
have returned home after a two weeks Willing.
out Of a considerable quantity of mer
For the Oregon City Chamber of
instated superintendent, Matt Ryck-
chandise by means of forged checks.
vacation, part of which was spent at
Ralph Shepherd, the pres-
man, a man of vast experience and a
I’.-T. A. Meeting.
Pendleton at the Roundup.
One hundred and six mills report flock of wonderful material that scien
dent, extended on Invitation to the
The first meeting of the Estacada
ing to the West Coast Lumbermen’s tists and politicians must let alone.
P.-T. A. for this 'season, Will be held
A number of Rebekahs from here
Dan Stahhiecker and family re lub to meet in Oregon City whenever
association for the week ending Sep
t chooses. By a vote the offer was
at the grade school assembly room, attended the convention in Portland turned from the hop fields Saturday.
tember 19, manufactured 101.871,766
Mr. and Mr? Tack Hayden visited on Friday afternoon at 3 o ’clock.
iccopted with thanks. '
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Vallen and baby
feet of lumbet and sold 109,342,532 Portland on Saturday.
It was made evident at the meeting
By order o f'th e president.
joyable and instructive time.
Mrs. Ruth Cox and three children and
hat the club will need little financing.
Mieajah Vallen attended the Canby
Mrs. W. S. Davison visited Portland
Forty-three of the 61 applicants who
The practice of having each person
Visitors at the Theo. Ahlberg home
took the state bar examinations held on Tuesday.
ttending pay for their own lunch, t!*--
If you want a Real Radio, see Clyde
Matt Park has been building an ad osl of which Is limited fio 50 cent .
in Salem last July were successful,
Harth, and Mrs. Adelia. Wilson and
Mrs. J. W, Miller was a Portland
dition to his father's house, Mr. John makes it possible for there to bo a
according to announcement by Arthur
Honestly made, backed by, and built daughter Mary of Portland.
Park, at Estacada.
8. Benson, clerk of the State supreme visitor on Monday.
arge attendance at each gathering.
by a Portland concern and we'll back
Mrs. Mary Adams and her sister,
Will Bittner is working at the Eiliotl
A motion wns passed after a talk
it on a money-back guarantee against
Mrs. Neely, who Is here from Toeoma sawmill near Molalla.
Indorsement of the Oregon Trunk’s
pon the subject Instructing the sec-
any five-tuber on the market.
proposed extension from Bend to
A Camp Fire business meeting was
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Vallen had as etary to present to the county court
For good Guaranteed Radios see returned home from Portland Satur
day, having visited there during the dinner guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. he endorsement of the club of the
Klamath Falls was urged by the Klam held Thursday, September 17, to get Clyde Schock at Cook Motor Co.
ath county chamber of commerce raiE organized for the following year.
Ed. May. Clyde, May and Dessie Mar ircposal that $500 be appropriated to
road committee in a report recently There are twelve members and great
pay for the county's exhibit at the
tin, of Highland.
Luncheon for Mrs. Allen.
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Alexander of
times are expected. Last Thursday at
On Wednesday Mrs. Sam D. Dunlop Portland took dinner with Mr. and
It was also proposed by Mr. Chind-
Mistaken for a deer, Henry Alvin the close of school a treasure hunt
of Garfie|d was hostess for a very- Mrs. Heylman Sunday. Mrs. Alexan
ren that the club promote the pro
Boyce, auto mechanic of Corvallis, was was held and proved to be very good
Two trail blazers lovely luncheon for Mrs. Dan Allen, der is principal of the Woodmere
posal that the 350 members of the
shot and Instanly killed on Klickitat entertainment.
Louis Vallen is butchering some of
who is here from California.
)oys’ and girls' clubs In the county 1
mountain, approximately 11 miles went ahead to blaze the way which led
his beef cattle. He also killed some
After lunch "500" was the diversion
ndered a banquet In Oregon Oily
southwest of the Fisher postoffice in to River Mill.
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Richardson and
ogs for Mrs. C. Bittner.
After fiuding the buried treasure, of the afternoon.
following the fairs. lie held th:
The guests were Mrs: Alien, Mrs.
here is need of eneoiirngement for
A posse outfitted and provided by which proved to be marshmallows, a R. H. Currin, Mrs. W. W. Smith, Mrs. home of Harry H. Smith over Sunday.
UPPER EAGLE ( REEK
his movement, and that it should be
the Klamath county court left Klamath
Theo. Ahlberg, Mrs. R. F. Lovelace,
mottragod in every possible manner.
Falls for Huckleberry mountain in a evening's fun came when they crossed
Mrs. Henry Heiple, Mrs. Dunlop and nation Milk Co.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Paddison and
The president of the association
final effort to find some trace of Mar the river under the dam and came
her mother, Mrs. Standfsh, of Port
( olton farmer. He Is much intei
tin Owensby. Merrill rancher, who home on the opposite side of the river.
Geo. J. Kelly, of the real estate and family were the recipients of a pleas
:ted in the lmprov< merit of fa• ni eoi
had been missing for nine days.
tax department of the P. E P. com ant call Sunday from Mr. and Mrs. F.
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Eves are the
¡lions, is a breeder of fine livestock,
pany, called at the News office op Paddison, Mr. Paddlson's brother and
Announcement was made -at Med
ml lias shown In many ways that h-
ford of the sale for $125,000 of the
Team, harness and wagon. One six Wednesday. George still wears that his wife, of Portland.
Eagle Creek Grange held a Bhort s able to see the posslbllltioa for good
Butte Creek orchard of 260 acres, near September 15th at Emanuel hospital vear old black horse, weight 1700 lbs. genial smile.
session last Saturday with in the new club. M. 81 Shrock Is i
Eagle Point, mostly planted to pears
1100. Both guaranteed sound, gentle,
We notice on the hoards at th<* Lib about 20 present. There were two vis Milwaukie business man, who i■; as
and apples, to Robert Hunstock of Eves will be remembered as Audry willing and good workers. Wagon
Miller of 1.712 East Uth street.—Sell-
Los Angeles by S. J. Greenwood.
heavy, light running, farm type and erty this week that Kenneth Harlan, itors, Mr. and Mrs. Weatherby, of sociated with the Orange and lias bo<
very active In the affairs of that o:
good as new. For price and general May Carr and Madge Bellamy arp Garfield Grange.
A total of $267.500, representing one-
information, address Earlcrest Stock playing In "On the Stroke of Three."
E. A. Koen, the secrets
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Cooke of Da
fourth of the receipts from motor ve
Farm. Eagle Creek. Oregon.
reaBuror, Is publisher and odltor r
Yon should see this trio of stars.
hicle registrations In Oregon during
Artisan card party.
calling on Mr. and Mrs. Lee Shaw, the Banner-Courier. All three in :
the period March 16 to Betember 16 dance Wednesday, October 7th at I. 0.
CHRISTIAN CHURCH NOTICE.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Horren, Mr. Jno. who live down by Ed. Douglass' mill. have been active in all the m iv< lea !
of this year has been apportioned O. F. hall. Artisans are asked to bring
t am requested to announce that on Horren and Mr. Marion Rupe of St. Mrs. Shaw Is a daughter of Mr. and Ing to the formation of the club.—
among the various counties of the their friends. Tickets 35c.
October 4, 1925. following the Francis, Kansas, motored through and Mrs. Cooke.
have been visiting at the home of Mrs.
With apple harvest well under way,
Mrs. Katie Douglass and Ethel Gar-
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
? ” n'?ay ' Ch°°,1
3 “ *he'i* W‘ !* Horren’s brother, Fred S. Baldwin.
Department of the Interior.
a™ “ » ' meeting of the church
Hood River orchardlsts have cut their
wood were calling on Mrs. Asp on
Owing to Rev. W. J. Herwlg
pre-harvest estimates of tonnage mors U. S. Land Office at Portland. Oregon, I for the election of officers and the
Two hunter* of Portland came Friday.
been operated upon the past w
September 24. 1925.
] transaction of such other business as
than 25 per cent. It is estimated that
Mr. and Mrs. G. Moshnke, John the Hines# of Rev. R E. Close
through town one day last week with
Notice is hereby given that Milo M. may come before the congregation.
the crop this year will reach 2000 cars, Meader. of Route 4, Box 28, Estacada,
two fine deer which caused consider j Moehnke, Leslie Moehnke, of Shu-bel, Impossible for the illustrated
B. F. CLAY, Former Minister.
approximately 60 per cent of the ton Oregon, who, on August 7, 1920. made
able excitement among the huntsmen : Mr. and Mrs. Will Bluhm, Mr. and on "The Triumph of Justice'
Homestead Entry, No. 06926, for NW>4
nage of 1924.
of the town as few have been brought Mrs. Basil Saunders, Mrs. Virgil May given last Sunday evening as
Card of Thank«.
Of 600 acres of potatoes inspected In NEH. Section 15, Township 3 8. Range
In this year.
and Miss Wallace, of Oregon City, Used.
the Weston mountain district of Uma 5 E. Willamette Meridian, haa filed no
to express our sincera
Geo. Prelster and family of Logan,
At a later date the lecture
tice of intention to make Final Proof,
tilla county, a big percentage passed to eatabllah claim to the land above thanks and appreciation for the many
Thos. Harris, road superintendent; were guests at the home of Roy Doug* given when It will be ferope
the eerond field Inspection with rat desc rlbed, before the Register U 8. kindnesses and floral offerings given las. Roach, assistant superintendent < lass Sunday.
ings entitling the tubers to classi Land Offic? Portland. Oregon, on the as during the sickness and death of suburban lines and Thos. Pumfrey,
B F. CLAI
Mrs. C. H. Paddison and daughter.
fication as certified or standard seed,
our loving wife, daughter and sister.
engineer of maintenance of way, all
Claimant names as witnesses:
! Miss Naomi, were Portland visitors on
according to Fred Bennlon, county
A. H. Fraley, Dora E. Fraley, Mrs. with the P. E. P. company, visited Es
A No.Host Party#
Frank Ahne:t, of Route 4, Estacada,
tacada last week.
A number of friends of Mr. and Mr
Lawrence Thompson, of Route 4.
One of the largest land deals eon
Henry Heiple gathered at their hon:
) this way on Sunday.
•animated at The Dalles In some time E tecada. Oregon
Saturday evening. Five huudr.
Henry Kllnker. of Route 4. Estaca
was announced, approximately 6006 da. Oregon.
School commenced in District No. was the game of the evening, hig
Wednesday parade of Odd Fellow* ing from Albany. Oregon, where he
acres of grating and farm land l>
Joe Wiederhold. of Route 4. Esta and Rebekahs were decorated by was railed Saturday evening to in 50 on Monday, September the 28th, scores being won by Mrs. W. W. Snrit
southern Wasco county being sold by cada. Oregon.
j Ernest Lyle, Well known Sellwood spect a new grandson who made his with Miss Edythe Peters of Oswego as and D. B. Rsheiman. Consolati
D. P. Keteham to his son. William Ket Clackamas County: 40 acre«.
Twelve pupils were en-1 prizes gong to Mrs. Don Allen and V
| young man. who was so snccessfnl in appearance about 6:30 p m The doc teacher.
ch am The consideration was placed
buiidng prize float* for the Rose tor reports mother and child doing rolled.
WALTER L. TOOZE. Sr.
at 171 . 66 «.
Register. ¡Carnival. The work wa* done in the nicely, and that with good nursing (he
Mr. and Mr* F J. Brower of Orient
At midnight a most delicious iuiu
Notice to be published Ive consecu I Mtlwaukle Auto and 8torage garage father will ultimately recover —M l* were In the neighborhood last Satur was served after which music sl
Mr. Mnrchbank has been confined
to the house for several dajrs.wt tive weeks in Eaater* Clackamas I la Milwaakie.—0sliw<x>d lie«
day calling on former friends.
siugtug wa# enjoyed.
^ wood Bee.
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