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Devoted to the Interests of Eastern Clackamas County
VOLUME X V III No.-l
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METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
L O C A L I LEVITIES
M ARRI Fi-}
‘The Friendly Church on the Hill”
The work of papering the church j Watch Estacad grow.
E tacada, Oregon.
The residence of Mr. and
was started Monday morning with Mr.
IRA F. RANKIN, Pastor.
Mr. C. J. LeRny of Portland, Ore or
H. Paddlson was the scene uf a p,\ ■ -
w. F. Cary w in Portland Friday
10:03 A. Morrow in charge.
ono of the speakers for The Inter- Sunday School ......
wedding Sunday, October 4, wiy-i
Geo. E. Lawrence, S. S. Supt.
Among those from here attending on business,
ufT'onl Bible Studfnts association,
their daughter, Mis.- Naomi, was unit
11:00 the state fair at Sftlem last week were
will store at the Liberty Theater at
ed in marriage to George V. Smith
Sermon by the Pastor.
Mrs. B. F. Bullard was a Portland
| Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bard, Mr. and
3 o'e'o. . Sunday afternoon, October
Afternoon Set", let“ .
Eagle Creek, the m rrb:; - o , urliu ( I n '
' Hn<. Fourth lit Si tte In
2 00 Mrg. J- A. Shibley, Everett and Elva ;
11. on the above topic. One of the Sunday School at Dover
on the 20th wedding annlvei-. i; y
of Money Lur
texts diicu's: <1 will bo that of St. Pan'
Mr. J. W. Marrs was an Oregon City- Mr. and Mrs. Paddfson.
3:00 Mr. and Mrs. Peter Erickson, Mr. and
ing 102Ö Period.
to the Corinthians, “For he must reign,
visitor on Thursday.
till he hath put a'! an: mies under his Epworth League
6:30 Mrs. Ed. Shearer and William Shearer. \
read by Rev. John Dawson Rector ot
Prof. Baker, E. L. President.
feet. The lan e: my that shall lie
Mr. John 'Shenk of Gresham was out | Mr. and Mrs. Earl I.aForge spent The Good Shepherd chureh of Port
SALEM, Sept 25.—Clackamas coun-
7:30 Sunday looking over his farm and vis
destroyed Is death." 1 Cor. 15:25.26. •Evening Worship
will receive a total of $12.236.97 os
For (he Week.
(ting at the Joe Guttridge home.
It Is very apparent that the Lord C'ko'r practice at the church,
ily. having known th" brid ■ from In in appropriation from money received
Mr. Ward Douglas of Currlnsvllh fancy, in the presence of about lor ■font motor vehicle licenses for tho
meant His disciples to understand
Mr. and Mrs. Dayball of Portland
7:30 were Sunday guests at the Hansen was a Portland visitor on Thursday.
that sometime God's will shall be done Prayer meeting Friday evening
relatives and friends, the marri >
Per mi from March 16 to September
A8 we begin another conference
on earth as it is done in heaven, else
taking place at 4 o'clock in the after 12, according to t: statement prepared
year, we solicit the prayerful coopera home.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wilcox drove
He would never have taught them so tion of all, that the cause of Christ
by Hum Kozer, secretary of state. The
Mr. and Mrs. Stevens have had as around the Mt. Hood Loop on Monday noon.
to pray. We cannot suppose that per- j may truly prosper.
The wedding march was played by 'mount received by Clackamas is (lie
their guest during the past few weeks
sous dies in heaven. It follows that
“Cnu?e*me to hear thy leving-kind- the i' daughter and family from Illi
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lawrentfe visited Miss Agnes Peters of Osv.-ego on llu fourth largest in the state, being pre
the time will coma when they will not , !lcsa in tb® mornin* : F,or ln *»«e <1° I nois.
.. . .
trust: Pause me to know the way
in Portland on Saturday and Sunday. violin, assisted at tlie piano by lie cede-; by Multnomah with $86,566.21;
-ister. Miss E-lythe Peter.-.
Latin. $11.800.94, and Marion, $13,-
rherein ) hoald v.-.tik- For I lift up
Ladies, don’t forget the Neighborly
A strange impression lifts gotten : my soul unto thee. —Psalnl 143:8.
Tlie bride, who came in on the arm 198.23.
Miss Irene Sallng visited friend
ciub meets next Wednesday, October
abroad that in some unexplained way I
md relatives here over the week-end of her father, wore a bpautiful gowi
A total of $'-.112,500 was apportioned
14, with Mrs. Moger.
death is really a friend and not an i
HAZAMAS VISIT ESTACADA.
of white satin crepe trimmed in lace ip the .-late highway fund aud $267,-
Mr. Williamson with his family
enemy; but the Scriptures do not to
About 40 Mazamas from Portland
Geo. Kelly of the P. E. P. Co. madi her tulle veil was wreathed with 500 to the counties, for the period
present tlie matter. Viewing prophet- -pent (he week-end in Estacada. A have moved to Portland where he is die News a call Wednesday morning orange blossoms and' she carried : 'rum March 16 io September 15 from
ii rlly the death of the children that ! large majority of them stayed at the working in the Ford plant.
shower bouquet of Ophelia rosebuds -uonevn. received from motor vehicle
Mr. and Mrs. Stevens have rented
Mesdames Esheiman and Ahlberg lilies of the valley and carnations.
would be slain by Herod’s soldiery at j E tacada hotel over night and spoke
and motor vehicle operator registra
the time of the slaughter of the babes I very highly of the courteous treat a farm in Garfield and is moving were shopping in Portland on Thurs-
Tlie bride was attended by Mis tions. Tills is under the law whereby
111 Bethlehem, the prophet Jeremiah ment and excellent service accorded there now.
Emily Bergen, as maid of honor am the moneys are apportioned three-
L. S. Tenny and family were Sun
them while guests at this popular re
Miss Dorothy Lacey as bridesmaid.
four! Its to the highway fund and onc-
day guests at the Shibley home.
“A voice w ‘‘ heard in Hamah (a sort.
Arthur Smith acted as best man to: fourt’i to tli.- comities in proportion
Ed. Bates, Jr., and family and Ed Ylspaugh, was an Estacada visitor o" his brother, assisted by tho bride'i
suburb of Bethlehem), lamentation,
Under the leadership of Mr. E. E.
is the counties contribute to the reg
and bitter weeping: Rachel weeping Burglund they took a seven-mile hik Bates, Sr., were Sunday guests at the
brother, Fred Paddigon.
istration receipts and after certain de-
for her children refused to be com- along the river and returned home R. S. Millard home.
Tlie bridal attendants wore Georg luctions have been in ule.
Miss Pauline Rose and Mr. Amok
Harry Grable is working at the
forted for her children, because they later in the evening via the P. E. P.
tte gowns of pastel shad-: -- and th<
IT -nil total n cash that went into
Jubb mill in Dodge.
were not. Thus saith the Lord, Re- trains, and a few by machines.
maid of honor carried an arm bouquet *ho hands of tho state treasurer was
Lain thy voice from weeping, and !
of pink roses and white asters, tk $1 201,133.83 from which $1370 was
thine eyes Both tears: for thy work
FOR SALE—Vari(?ated Daffo caller at the Stcveus home.
B. O. Boswell, the veteran collecto bridesmaid carried a bouquet of pint Inducted for refunds, duplications,
Born, Monday, October 5, to Mrs
shall he rewarded, saith the Lord; dll and Jonquil Bads. Enquire
>f the P. E. P. Co., was a caller at th< carnations.
1,1 • '
C«ipt - Ot $1.199,-
Stowell, of Dodge, a son. Mrs. Stowel News office on Monday.
end they shall come again from the of Mrs. J. R. Hughes.
The fireplace at one end of the liv- ■'13.8'*. / il ilstratlve expenses wore
land of the enemy.”—Jeremiah 31: I
Mr. and Mrs. Taunlcr returned o.. ng room was banked in green, It <129.813.8 • le vlng net receipts of
having been visiting in the front of which a large white arch wat il ,070,000, . oil which tlie apportion
WHY THE BOYS LEAVE.
We know how it is that those who i .When a farmer’s son finds out that
ormed, decorted In Lavender and ment to tin -o inties and the highway
aast for several weeks.
are in the 1 »nd of the enemy, in ; , tho last middleman who sold a product
white, suspended front which hung . fund was m dr.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Ferrell were
s'.e p of death, are to conic forth from raised on the farm received six and a
Mrs. Harold ICecny of Portland ha
)ig white bell under which the brida'
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. -E
Tin nmo mt received by each of
that land. It will bo through the res- 1 Ualf *,mea as n' ac>? as, l>le grower rc-
been visiting tor a few days with Mrs -oitplc stood.
reived, after all the labor and risk, Knight of Portland Sunday. Mrs
(cur leading counties and tlie
Many beautiful and useful gin-
u.rectum power ot oa • Lord, even as (hat boy naturally concludes that he Knight and eon Harwood returned re
highway fund from the bu iness for
He said: “I sm ho that liveth, and would better be a middleman, says cently from a visit to Virginia.
Mrs. Frank Harkenrider and daugh-
was dead; and, behold. I am alive for I State Market Agent Spenco.
After a short wedding trip Mr. and each county were;
Mrs. George Forman and son Ti; fer Miss Edith, took the eariy car for
e i more, Amen; and have the keys
"h e n a father finds out that his
Mrs. Smith will he at horn? in Toledo
. „„ , , , .. ., share of the returns from a product h ■ visited Mrs. G. A. Stone one day re Portland on Sunday morning.
(t..„ gtave) ■ nd of death. raised was only 15.4 of the final price, cent ly.-
Revelation 1: IS.
he naturally advises the boy to find
The bride, who is the only daughtei Marlon
Rev. Clay was an early passenger to
Mr. and Mrs. L. Rivers and their
The recession of tlie keys of death some other business than farming,
if Mr. and Mrs. Paddlson Is of a nm Multnomah
and the grave implies their use, and ,, I?: F. Yoakum, former head of the mother, Mrs. Kate Ally, made a trip to - Portland on Tuesday transacting his hiny disposition and is a popular gir
business and returning at 12:30.
)f this place. She attended the Esta
we know the use that will be made of llp gonle very interesting facts regard-
MU) IINFNT YOUNG M \ N KIES
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Odell and broth
them, for the Master said, “The hour ! Ing the kiting of prices between the
Henry Boyer left on a business trip cada high school ami Is a member o
AS A RESULT OF WOUND.
is comb'-S, in the which all that are in farm and the kitchen. He traced a ton ers William and Hugh Ferrel attend -o California on Saturday, planning to Eagle Creek grange.
the graves, shall hear his voice, and o£ cabbage from the farm patch to the ed the Liberty at Estacada Saturday
stop In Los Angeles and Oakland.
un nl Will !!■ Il-Id Toniorroii ni 2
shall come forth.”- J o h n 5:28,29.
?lty home with this result: The evening.
ind respected son of Mr. and Mrs
D. .11, From Local Masonic Temple.
In symbolical language the same tarmor recelved il 6 M for the ton and
Gahe Norris of Estacada was a vis
H. D. Price and family were visitor:-
thought is expressed in the Revelation tba conau“ er Pa,<> at th0
° f f l° “ itor down this way last week.
of Sefton, Washington, were visitors at Eagle Creek for many years. He i
when St.John says: “Death and hell i6° ,0 *7a for U’ He traced a ton of
Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Stone of the home of Chet Dykeman, Sunday ilso popular among his group o
loioph C. Hedges, son of Mr. and
were cast into the lake of fire.” (Rev-1 tomatoes £rot»
grower to the cater Portland visited their parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph E. Hedges, died In the
eiatiou 20:14). The lake of fire sim
Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Rhodes and Mr.
Mrs. T. H. Odell, one day recently.
Following the marriage ceremony t hospital at Camp Lewis Saturday ( ve
ply signifies destruction. Hades (the it while the home paid $100. He fol-
Melvin Nelson and Hugh Ferrel ind Mrs. Wallace W. Smith took in iufTct luncheon, consisting of let iling from the effect-i of p gun hot
grave) wijl be destroyed when all Ilia lowed the trail of a shipment of wa- made a trip to Portland on Saturday. the state fair at Salem on Thursday. •ream, cake and,punch, was served.
would Inflicted September 19 by J.
dead in It have heard the Lord's voice >?rme!ons from the raising ground to
A surprise party was given to Miss
Out-of-town guests were Mr. am Ingrnham, an Itinerant traveling lu a
and have come forth. Eat “death”
Mrs. A. D. Paddlson and son, and Mrs wagon.
Rosie Davis Monday evening. Miss
will still have hold upon llieae, sine? an average of 8*4 cents for each Davis has been away working in east- of the Engineering Department of the M. Baker of Y’ukinia, Washington, am
It seems that Mr. Hedges, who was
every ache and pain and every mental j
; nd ,h<? c0nsumer <’aid 50 cents ■rr, Oregon and returned to her home P. E. P. Co., was an Estacada visitor Mrs. L. Stone ,of Cathiam >t.
motoring, Rllghtly struck the wagon nl
1 to $1.25 for them.
and moral imperfection is a part of
Mr. and Mrs. V. Bergen, Miss firaci 'ngr. lum on the highway. Trying tc
here Sunday. About 20 of her friends
On the heels of Mr. Yoakum comes
ti:o inherited Adamic penalty.
tftrgen, Miss Emily Bergen, Mrs make amends flip young man got from
were present and tho evening was
Visitors at the E. S. Wormer home
Toe millions awakened will be still Franklin D. Roosevelt, who trailed a tijoycd by a taffy puli and playing
lohns, Miss Christina Johns, Mr
hi ( r to tho i-oad way and offered to
iver the week-end were Mr. and Mrs.
under condemnation, still In death: crate of celery from Norfolk, Va., to games. Everybody had a rood time.
atoncherg, Mr. ami Mrs. II. Graulki nay for tlie ihynagrs that lind been
but in proportion as they render obed
md sons, Mr. ami Mis. Fred P.iddiso.t done.
ton City and Chester Wormer of Port-
UPPER EAGLE (R E E K .
ience to tlie terms of the New Coven York city. Here's the story:
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smith, Mr. and Mr-
Instead of meeting this approach lit
ant. .progress will be made toward _ The celery grower received 40 cents
Pete Cle.-ter, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Doug kind Ingraham tired upon Hedges, in-
Miss Agnes Peters, of Oswego, was
health, perfection and life, and at
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lovelace en ass, Harriet Douglass and Flortc lifting a serious wound In tho face,
the guest of her sister Miss Edythe
length all their imperfections will for it hut the price fixed on it by the
delightfully on Thursday Douglass of Portland and Mrs. Hunt md breaking a jawhone. Hedges was
Peters, Friday evening and Saturday
have been removed, either by lifting »«yer-and ,hfs middleman passed it
svening for Mrs. Don Allen. There ar Cahill of Seaside.
a ken to tho Camp Lewis hospital, and.
Will Douglass butchered cme hog:
the one-time sinner up to perfection on to tile second comtn'sison man for
were 12 present and all had a most
vhe: the father return-d front :t trip
Mr . Elen Datier:on of Garfield v.-a
or in mercy blotting him out for ever,
he; a few d.aj later, the patient
in Eotacada visitor Saturday.
Mrs. Katie Douglass and Mrs. Asp
thus bringing in everlasting righteous middleman chain link for 75 cents,
was considered out of danger. An
were calling on Mrs. McKay Monday
Mrs. C. I. Sersanous of the Earl
ness. on a permanent basis.
Postmaster John expects to move In iperatfon had been perform«! and It
Orest stock farm at Eagle Creek, suc-
At (lie I. B. S. A. lectures the seats along to No. 3 for 90 cents. As the afternoon,
vv;iH thought that the patient would
Mr. and. Mrs. S. J. Eddy and chil -essfully exhibited her cattle at botli ‘he new Fi-dera! building next Sunday -tircly recover. Saturday last J. K.
are tree aud there are no collections. crate neared New Y'ork three more
middle interest* heid it up and took dren and Mr. and Mrs. Holt of Port- he fair at Canby and Salem, carrying
Hedges, thn father, received a ivtre
There I) another new tile bitildin
their profit toll. No. 1 sold It for and motored out to K. B. Gibson’s on off several honors.
-inder contemplation, to be erecto that the on was In a dangerous eon-
j $1.05 when it entered the Bronx, then Sunday afternoon.
t it ion from blood uni -nine and again
I Xo. 5 let the buyer of chain groceries
Among visitors at the Salem fair soon.
The Paddisons, accompanied by
rushed to Ctmn Lewis. The end cams
I have it for $1.25. who took his ten ■If Edythe Peters motored to Port bis week were Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Linn,
Earl Jones end family of Camp 8.
cents’ rake-off and let the grocer have land Monday evening to attend a Mr. end Mrs. D. B. Esheiman and son were Estacada visitors Saturday and 'alor the same day.
it for $1.35. Then it went to the ultl- party given by Miss Emily Bergen at David, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Golirlng and Sunday.
the i-hooting Ingrnhnni said ¡list lie
. : mate consumer at $2.60.
her home in honor of the newlyweds, Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Wooster.
had been humped by several automo
Brief Resume 0 HappeniNQS O' “How much longer will the pro Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Smith.
Ft ed Bartholomew moved William
Among the passengers bound for Fink and family to their ranch at bile drivers, and that he had deter
file Week Collected for
wh0 ,s robbed at hu erui- and
mined to put an end to such things,
Portland on Saturday were Mrs. R. H. Dodge on Sunday.
consumer, who is the goat at the
E n v o o i».
it Is considered that he was a man of
Keith and Mrs. Wm. Chandler of Fara
other, stand for this middle-profit
temp r and c mipletely lost hiss
Born—To Mr. and Mrs. Dougin«
tevv, when by simply organizing and
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meibs are mov-
lohnson of Hillock Burn, on Tuesday self-control, with th • result that ho
cooperating they cau eliminate atj-ing in Matt Jagmin's little house near lock and Grant Robley.
September exports from Portland
fired the eliot that took a promising
September 22,'an 8-pound daughter.
least half of the toll between them?” the road. Mrs. Meibs is teaching the
represented a combined value of $6,*
asks the market agent.
Deer;; i. d was horn In Oregon city,
“If consumers were organized half
Mr. Miller, who has been ill the past
l the high school here spent
The newly constructed union high lg bo!idly for this purpose as they are six months. Is very poorly.
four years In the University of Oregon
school at Nehalem was dedicated Fri ro the trade organizations to which
Matt Park and Dan Stahlnecker
st Eugene, graduating. From there
m t-y of them belong, and the farmers -pent a few days In the mountains L. MeKinney house and the W. W. nity (be size of Estacada.
he went to Y’ale and took the law
Smiths into their new apartment In
Dr. C. M. Dodson. 83, for 43 year* a
ourse, graduating with honors at the
The chorus lately organized at thi
Ernest Vallen of Portland, who is
prominent citizan of Baker, died at ■hose who set prices for them, there
place, under tho direction of David end of the period. Out of school he
wouldn’t he eight profits takenffrom a taking his 15 day vacation, with his
hia home in that city.
Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs Horner, will give a concert on Friday made a business connection lit Seattle,
The Dcuqias & Taylor furniture product on its ride from the farm to wife is spending a few days ln this Ed. Closner of Sprlngwater last Sun- evening, October 23. at the high where he has since lived. He served
store ni Corvallis wa3 damaged to the the hema," says Mr. Spence. "These vicinity. They expect to apend a fen- iay were Mr, and Mr*. John Closner -ohool auditorium. Messrs. Fred and as a lieutenant in the world war, go
organizations would roach out from days near Eugene visiting with Mrs. md family. Mr. and Mrs. Emery Clos-
extent of $$:.<30 by fire.
Harol4 Horner »^11 s -list in the con ing through without it;jury, only to be
both sides, cut out mariy of the un- Vallen’s sister, Mrs. Kama England ier and family and Mrs, Gerald Wil cert.
killed by an irresponsible character
The AndcrsO"1 fz MMdleton Lumber : M?ary m td ' handlings and prof-
Mrs. M. A. Henderson, Mr. and Mrs.
an the highway.
ermpar.}- of Cottage Grove has doubled :ts, and the ret’1 t would be higher L. N. Vallen and son Orel, made a cox and son of K>tacada; Mrs. Myrtle
J C. Moreland, who I in rharg of
Closner and family of Sprlngwater.
The remains arrived In Or«con City
It a woods crew at Rujada.
J lower prices to bttair.e-s trip to Oregon City Saturday. Brian Moore anif Mrs. George Hala- the D»lf creek trout hatchery. Is -hortly before noon today t Monday)
p .it . j to f'.ra . 5
“ An average of 300 cases- of 'salmon
Mr*. Annie Boylan of Sandy visited way of Eugene.
planting the last ot the hatch for thi. and were taken to the undertaking
d?ily are being packed at the Allen -c'-a be gre-.'ly rsdue d or eliminated her parent*, Mr. and Mrs. C. Bittne.’
season la the various streams tribu parlnr. of R. I,. Holman & Son. The
£ Hendrickson cannery at Rainier.
the rese t will bs far greater con Saturday night and Sunday.
Visitors at the Dr. Rhodes hint'- on tary to the Clackamas river. Mr. furicml will t .i k - place tomorrow
Will Bittner ha* gone to Sand) Wednesday of last week were Mrs. Moreland has made a decided succes- Tin dayt at 2 p. m. from the Masonic
Portland bank clearings for Septem ci tn .ticn. better prices to growers,
ber were the greatest for any month i » -r pliers to eaters, better tim 's for where he expects to work for hi* Rhodes’ sister. Mrs. James Walker of of the trout hatching at his present 1<- t«mpie. with interment In the Masonic
culture sud trade in general. An brother, Frank Bittner.
Oregon City, and brother and wife, ration, and in our estimation us well cemetery.
this year, aggrega ing $177,130.874 95.
■ àcini bnliet'n from the D-v-*r*m»nt
Mrs. Kula Harris of Colton came Mr and Mrs. Geo. E. Richards of San as that of others, who have some
Deceased |K survived by his parents.
Mrs. Mary Morr son, «5. committed
■jj / rriculture states that for tt>a year over to attend a party Monday evs- Francisco. Mr. and Mrs. flfchard* knowledge of the (lih hall hery bu-i Mr sod Mr. Jo.oph R Hedge-, by
suicide by hanging herself to a rafter
'tiding June 30 1925, the average net nirg, at the home of her mother, Mrs , have motored on to Vancouver. B. C., ness, believe Mr. Moreland to be as two sisters. Miss Dorothy and Janice
in the attic of the P. E. Allen home
Income from ail farmers was 1649, or Lilly Park. All present enjoyed a and will return again for a short visit well informed and as proficient In bis Hedges, and by a brother, Dmgut
f i t par month. ’
j plaaaant evening.
hart belora returning aoutb.
| profession a* any man in this »tate. j Hctlfts.—Banner Courier.
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