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ESTACAD \ ,
VOLUME XIX NO. 2.
OREGON NEWS ITEMS
OF SPECIAL INTEREST
CLACKAMAS UNION OF (L IB S
WILL MEET IX MILWAUKIE
OCTOEI It 15,
LOCAL .’ TEVITIES
$1.50 PER YEAR
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Dave Eshleinan was tnk n
Watch Estaca;!, grow.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Moreland visited
Vincents hospital last Sun-'ay a d .
The first of the formal meetings of I at the hatchery on Sunday,
erated upon for appendicitis. Wl-ih
as a Portland vis- his condition is grave, word comes a-
the Greater Clackamas Union of clubs
Mrs, p erry DeLapp and son. Cedric.
we go to press, that he is holding his
| spent several days last week with Mr. ' '
Brief Resume of Happenings of will be held-in Milwaukie.
H. H. Chindgren, recently elected and Mrs. J. F. Reeher.
Mrs. W. J. Moon was a visitor to own.
When Congress convenes in Decem
the Week Collected for
president of the club, and to whom
Mrs. l , \y. Fox entertained the En- ■ Portland on Saturday.
ber on-- of tlie P -st questions which
was left the question of settling the tertainment and Home Economics
will b . - in*
meeting place as between Milwaukie ' committees of Garfield grange last
\mcrican n i-reliant m oine, and a
Gideon Krigbaum of Garfield wag an
and Oregon City, was in town Wednes- Wednesday.
niinibi i of plan.-, probably will be of
A Mass meeting will be held in the fered for its perpetual ion. There is
A war on diphtheria Is being waged day and announced that he had dc-
Mr and Mrg M Q Weatherby vi8it- Estacada visitor Saturday.
ll'gh school auditorium, Sunday night
in Coos county and the county health cided that Milwaukie can entertain ^ Springwuter and 0eorge granges
The Liberty theater is playing some October IS, 1925, at 7:30 p. m. to little doubt, accordin'; to political ol>-
service is watching every avenue for the crowd’
ervers here, that til. vast majority of
: very clever artist these days.
which every law abiding citizen is lie American people want our mer
Invitations will be sent out by the I Mrg Louise Lamberson is home af-
urged to attend. Mr. II. E. Close, as chant marine retained.
Representatives from 13 Red Cross secretary to all Granges, Farm Bn-
an extended visit ln Portiand and
C. A. Jaques took lunch with ex-
sistant superintendent of the Anti-
chapters in eastern and central Ore reaus, Community clubs, Commercial Salem.
Postmaster Heylman Sunday.
As one advocate recently put it, “the
Saloon League will deliver an address
gon met in Bend Monday and Tues clubs and Chambers of Commerce
people have not forgotten how the
asking them to have representation at ,
day for a regional conference.
Mrs. W. E. Chandler and daughter
allies, with their backs to the wall,
umph of Justice,” which will In
The community chest plan for rais this gathering, which will take place Saturday from a two-weeks trip to were Portland visitors Saturday.
i ried out for ships, ships and more
ing funds for benevolent and charit Wednesday .-evening, October 21. It | *ie coast*
ships, and how it was the hastily con-
This picture was scheduled to be
Judge Walter H. Evflns and family
able purposes was adopted by the was thought possible that the attend-1 Mrs. Minnie Cash entertained tho
structed shipping built in the United
I were guests at Log LaBarre hotel on shown September 27th, 1925, but wa States which helped eventually to
ance would be greater than Milwau- Skip-a-Week club Tuesday.
Roseburg chamber of commerce.
kie could accommodate, but President | The Garfield juvenile grange will Sunday.
turn the tide of submarine warfare.
Six garages and two automobiles
Chindgren, after looking over the sit- 1 meet Saturday, October 17, at 2 p. m., i
They know tli.it a continuance of our
were burned in a fire which swept
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, , i Mrs. Tom Carter and boys were
decided that Milwaukie can and will have supper at the hall, fol- ,
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through the buildings owned by the uation,
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down from Oak Grove for a few days pacity houses and has stirred the marine means ; afety in time of war,
and prosperity in time of peace.”
Algoma lumber company at Algoma. care for the prospective crowd.—Ban- , lowed by a play night.
state. It is stated that children mu.-,
Sunday school at Nora Memorial
Early in the history of the American
The Associated General Contractors'
be accompanied by their parents ti
ohurch, Sunday, October 18, at 2 p.m.
Cecil Schock came over from Ver-
executive board voted at Dallas, Tex.
secure admission. The lecture is free republic, there was a time when the
Eastern Star Notice
tionia Saturday and spent Sunday at
Am rican flag was seen Hying proudly
to hold its annual meeting in Port
but an offering will be -taken.
the home of his mother.
in every port. Iu fact, in 1S50, seven
A stated communication ot Moun*
land. The session will be held in Janu
ty-two per cent of our exports and
tain Chapter, No, 108, O. E. S., will
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i Clark Posson had his foot crushed
UPPER EAGLE (lit.E h .
mports wore carried under the Aitier-
A 10 per cent increase in postal re be held in the Masonic hall on the
Luie Peterson, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Faraday plant Tuesday and was
lean ¡lag. Then came the Civil War
ceipts at the Eugene office during Sep evening of October 20, 1925. The L. M. Peterson, left for California last , taken to Portland hospital that eve-
The National Grange lecturer and and the crippling of our merchant
tember this year over the same month worthy matron requests that all mem Wednesday where he is employed.
state master, O. L. Marten, of Ver marine, together with loss of interest
last year was reported by Darwin E bers and visitors bring last receipt.
Mr. John Hoffman made a business
mont, and state master, Geo. L.- Pal- a the subject. Conditions gradually
Remember the show Friday night,
trip to Portland one day recently.
miter, of Hood River, Oregon, visited grew worse until in 1914 only nine per
Apple picking in the vicinity of El
Mr. Earl Tracy and Miss Ruth October 23, is for the benefit of the the Eagle Creek’Grange last Tuesday cent of our merchandise was being
The Choral society will give a con
ire laddies. Everybody should attend
gin is now in full swing. There are
afternoon and gave some quite inter- carried in American ships.
cert in the high school auditorium, on Whitehead, our Barton teachers, were
approximately 200 persons employed Friday evening, October 23, beginning dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. George this.
eating talks. An entertaining time was
Some advocates favor government
in the various orchards and in the
at 8 o’clock. There will be besides the Forman Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas Hictnbothan have ' ell>|yi(1
thou> Prc-’<’"‘- A coul,le 01 operation of ships, other a ship sub
three packing plants in Elgin.
numbers by the full chorus, numbers
Visitors at the T. A. Odell home •ecelved delivery of a new improved readings were given by Mrs. Carter o. sidy and < ier i the application of our
R. N. Clark of Portland, district by Messrs. Fred and Harold Horner, a Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Sherman nodel Ford touring car from the Bob R*\er Mill, a solo by Mis. Weatherby.
tariff pro tic a policy to American
manager of the Missouri Paint and violin solo by Theo. Ahlberg, two vo Stone and family of Portland, Mr. and 'ooke Motor Co.
1 ,ls0 one ^y Mr, Test, singing by Mr. ships. V, atevor plan ts pursued, it
Varnish company, was killed when cal solos and a few numbers by the Mrs. W. C. Odell and family and Mrs.
Sanders, Mr. Test and Mrs. Weather- is evident liât tho public will insist
his automobile turned turtle on the Ladies’ Chorus. Admission price, 10 Lloyd Odell of Bridal Veil and Miss
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Closner, Mrs. by, and, a duet by Mr. and Mrs. C. T. m. const! tive measures for the con-
Pacific highway about 10 miles south and 25 cents. If you like good music, Susie ■ Lonsberry.
"3d. Ciosner and Mrs. Gerald Wilcox Dickinson, of Oswego.
our i.icreluint marine, and
be sure to attend this concert.
The farmers are busy these fine it is forth..ate that this is in line with
Estacada visitors last week were spent the week-end at Eugene, re
Through the efforts of S. H. Board
days putting in their fall crops.
ilie policy of our national administra
Mrs. George Forman, Mrs. G. A. Stone, turning on Sunday.
man and Carl Doring, Boardman is to
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Ferrel and Earl
Gifford Hoffmeister is in the Oregon tion.
D. M. Marshall of Estacada has the
have a golf course which will soon be
If you want a Real Radio, see Clyde Odell.
City hospital, having undergone an
honor of owning the first of the im
in readiness. The course is being Schock and get a "HALOWAT” TR5.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Werner and daugh proved model Ford touring cars de- operation some seven or eight days
laid out opposite the railroad station Honestly made, backed by, and built
ago. He Is getting along nicely. Ilis
ter, Maudie, made a business trip to ivered by the Bob Cooke Motor Co.
Benefit show under the auspices of
by a Portland concern find we'll back Gresham on Monday.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hoffmeis-
he Estacada Volunteer Fire Depart-
A total of 9149 China pheasants and it on a money-back guarantee against
Tho city should see that some of the ter- R0 in t0 see llim llParly evP1-v day
Mrs. Gus Whitehead and son Law
on nt at the Liberty i h< ater Friday,
614 Hungarian partridges have been any five-tuber on the market.
Hoy Douglass was pleasantly sur-
rence of Bridal Veil, are spending this ddewalks are repaired, there has
liberated from the three state game
For good Guaranteed Radios see week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs bcen one or two accidents in which ; prised on Monday evening when n October 23d. "Fighting the Flames”,
ivilli an all star east.
farms so far this year, according to Clyde Schock at Cook Motor Co.
’he city would have damages to pay number of his relatives and friends
the September report of E. F. Averill
For thrills and action in motion pic
I called to spent the evening with him
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Nelson had vis !f suits were instituted.
it will be hard to beat the recent
Hereafter all news and ads. must be itors from Portland, Sunday.
i in honor of his birthday. The time
lea i- of • r ightIng the Flamee’’. It
After crossing the continent in 11 in the office by Tuesday night, or it
W. E. Linn has taken the agency of iVas spent in playing 500 and flinch
Miss Grace Ferrel of Portland spent he Morning Oregonian. Any com
days traveling time by automobile will be impossible to get them in the
Coffee, sandwiches and cuke \tori is a lire picture, only Instead of hav-
The week-end with her parents, Mr. plaint you may have regarding your
is th big i ck in ihe last
Representative Sinnott of The Dalles paper.
served about midnight, when soon ig th fl
and Mrs. W. P. Ferrel. Mr. and Mrs uibscription, see the official represen-
is in Washington, D. C., to begin work
after the folks left for home, wishing reel tills picture has several fires.
in preparation for the meeting of con METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. A. M. Salvon of Portland were also ative at Linn's Inn.
Engini ■ da h down th< ■ i ; ■ t. At
Mr. Douglass many happy birthdays
visitors there Sunday and Mr. Smith
gress in December.
the last fire there is u most difficult
In tlie future.
The Friendly Church on the Hill” of Gresham was a visitor there on
Estacada receives trade from dis-
A joint commission, including mem
On next Wednesday evening. Oeto- risen - scene uceompli-lied in which
ance points. Bob Cooke Motor Co.
the hero has to lift the girl up to a
bers of the federal farm loan board
reports the sale of a new improved | tler
S o clock there will be au roof when there Is no other place
IRA F. RANKIN, Pastor.
and members of the house and senate
model Ford roadster to Raymond I pntprtalnme,lt Rlve" at ,he KlKle to go. The rescue is accomplished on
banking and currency committees, will Sunday S ch ool................................ 10:00
Murry of Cherryville, Oregon.
I Cr6*k 0ran* e by
• w *lter '•
Geo. E. Lawrence, S. S. Supt.
visit Portland October 23, during an
soil, of Idaho, who is a reader and im- a scaling ladder. Anyone who has
>ver tried to climb anywhere on these
inspection trip through the northwest
The large organ
at the Liberty j pereonator. A small admission l<
broomsticks with rungs on
William Wellman, age 65, farmer
held services ami Sumtoy school in heater, which has been a “little out of j "'ill bo charged. Everybody weleo.m-
ie -dli ■ know, whut u difficult task
residing east of Silverton, was unload Morning Worship: Sermon by the
une" of late, was put in the bands of I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dougin and c'lil-
11:00 the grange hall last Sunday, but ex
this must be,
Ing rock from the rear of a wagon
in expert last week,
and now It is j dren, wrere the Sunday guests of Mr
Sp cial music on Liberty organ.
backed to tfle brink of a 150-foot cliff
Sunday when a Rally Day program if giving excellent satisfaction again, l and Mi Oscar Benson, of Logan.
Admission 15c and 35c. Two shows.
The horses started and he was pitch Sunday School at Mount Zion,
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. McKay, Mr. and
H. D. Trapp, S. S. Supt.............. 2:00 to be given. Everyone cordially in
ed over the cliff. Death was fnstan
F. C. Kincaid, F. C. Harris, R. M.
Mrs. R. B. Gibson and H. S. Gibson
Preaching at Mount Zion by the
vited to come.
Benson and II. W. Gibb In the employ
pastor ..................................... '... 3:00
On Wednesday last, Mr. and Mrs >f the State Game commission, were were calling at the home of H. F. Gib
Tli • American Legion Auxiliary is
R. E. Weniger. sheriff of Shoshone
Sunday School at Garfield, Mr.
Moger spent the day at Clackamas sta iistributing fish Friday and Saturday son, of Barton, Sunday afternoon.
filing chant I-* on a beautiful hand-
county, Idaho, and Charles J. Bloom,
Dart, S. 8. Supt.......................... 2:00 tion visiting at the Whitehead home.
knitted scurf made by Mr. S. L. En
it Camp 8 and other points on the
deputy sheriff, arrived in Eugene tc
Mrs. Walter L. Johnson will enter in--. who lost liolli l"gs and one arm
Preaching at Garfield by Mrs.
The Wm. Fink family have recently Tlackamas river.
take charge of Ernest Aeillo, 20, whc
tain, the Eagle Creek grange nt the n tlie World War. Mr. Entire* is sta
Rankin ......................................... 3 00 moved onto their farm here.
was arrested In a railway construction
grr.ng hall on October 21st. Mrs.
tioned In the Veterans' hospital ln
Rev. J. F. Dunlop was unfortunate
camp above Oakridge on a charge of
Mrs. McDonald and Miss Madden
Tohnson is a delightful reader and im
Epworth League ............................ 6:30
visited the Kilgore family at Gresh '■nough to lose a large rug off the personator. The following are some Portland.
Professor Baker, E. L. President
ruck whieh was bringing a load of
Two hundred seventy-one more pu
of the numbers she will appear 4n
Evening program by the Anti-Sa am on Wednesday.
I'on’l forget the < m i- t Friday
pils had enrolled in the Eugene loon League at 7:30 in the high school
Guests at the Wm. Bard home on lousehold goods to Estacada last
. j Mrs. Boggs", “Waiting for the
schools during September this year auditorium. Motion pictures. Admis Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. John Thursday evening. It was lost
¡Train", “Sis Hopkins and Her Funny
than In the month last year, accord sion free.
Stornier and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Shibley. ween Oregon City and Barton.
1 Family". The above two numbers ar<-
ing to a report issued by David J
Edith Howell and Gilbert Shearer
For the Week
Bob Cooke has been in Portland ar- enough to last for a week and make
Jones, city superintendent. The total Mid-week Prayer Service,
Mr. Ed. Bate Sr , was a passenger
were Sunday guests of Everett and angtng for a supply of improved any grouch cry.
registration is now 3407.
the early train Saturday hound for
Wednesday .................................. 7:30 Elva Shibley.
model Ford cars. Elmer Anderson of
I. C. Russell, 30, of North Albany Choir practice at the church.
C. F. Howe was a Portland visitar Portland.
Quite a number in this neighbor Eagle Creek will soon have a Ford
a lineman for the Mountain States
Thursday even in g ..................... 7:30 hood are complaining of bad colds.
loupe. Another Eagle Creek resident | Saturday.
Power company, dropped lifeless into
Ml s Lydia Matson wa - a visitor
"Only fear Jehovah, and serve Him
Ru|ger Krigbaum w
Mr. and Mrs. Ashur Keller and son :has. Lange, also purchased a Ford
an E tecadu
the arms of his brother, who was in truth with all your heart: for con
Portland u Sunday illing oil
of Portland were Sunday guests of Mr ;oupe-
I visitor Saturday.
working Just below him on a pole at sider how great things he hath done
her father, Mr. Dan Mat on.
and Mrs. Archie .Howell. Mrs. Keller
Shedd. The man had touched a high for you."—1 Ssm. 12:24.
W. A. Heylman received a telegram
Have you een the fine photo
and Mrs. Howell are sisters.
Mr. and Mrs. R. I). John m of the
voltage wire and was killed' instantly
Monday night of the death of his Estacada homes at Boner's,
Callers at thy McClelien home on mother, C. W. Heylman. at St. Paul,
Estacada Telephone Co., visited rela
By an overwhelming majority the
Friday were Mr. Kirkwood. Mrs. Mc
t i v e s in Portland over tl
people of Med/ord at a special elec
The Ladies' Aid of the Christian Donald, Miss Madden, Mrs. Morger Minnesota. He was one of the state iness in Portland Saturday.
boiler inspectors and had been for
tion voted for a new $975.000 city church will hold their annual bazaar
and Mrs. Wiley Howell.
Passenger« hound for Portland
years, and had offices at the Capitol
-'lrs- Lester Townsend of 9 araday
water system with a source at Big in Odd Fellows hall Saturday, Novem
Tuesday morning were Mr and Mrs.
Butte springs, more than 30 miles ber 14. Dinner will be served at noon.
caller on Mrs. Carl Howell.
ictive member of state labor organl-
Mrs. Minnie Hansen and daughter, II. H. Carter. Mr Irving Smith and
away. A bond Issue of $50,000 for a
were In Portland on Saturday. Mrs D. B. Eshlemán.
new temporary city hall was also rot
M ASQUERADE DANCE
The Emery Closner family recently
Mr. Ward Dniglaa, who has ¡"tea
This week we are asking subscrib
^ O f 43.721 tourist automobiles in G,Ten h*
Mrs. Greenstreet spent several day*
nj) ; moved Into the house hack of the I living on the Saver place in Currine»
spected at the station at Baker, mors
In Park Pavilion
last week in Portland.
vllle recently, moved onto the Echole
scriptlons to try and make them good * •
' "al '
than 50 per cent were operated by
October 31st, 1925
Mr. and Mrs. John Park and chil ’or another year. Merchants have Phil and Ed Steinman. Earl McCon- place in the name district.
parsons who were either ’’dead broke Sandy Orchestra will furnish music dren of Dodge, were calling Sunday
taken advertising space quite gener- 1 net and Henry Hefph ire enjoying a
rr cn short rations, according to s Tickets $1.00
Mr and Mr Eri -t M. - diali of
Ladies Free afternoon at the home of bis father. ously. It is taking all the money ten day hunting and fishing trip ovci
report filed with Governor Pierce by
Garfield are the proud parents of •
Prizes given for best Halloween
we can make to run the paper and on the coast near Walport. It Is re- daughter, born but week
It. H. Waather3poon. commissioner fot
Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Howell were small amounts make large ones if we ported that Henry got a flue bit; buck
tho fifth h'Hiccltural district.
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Sunday callers at the Carl Ward home can get them.
Mrs. R. H. Currln hail aa guests for
Mr. and Mrs. Moger were Thursday
The Henry Beers family entertained
Mr aid Mrs. Jubn M n of Portland
dinner on Sunday Mr and Mrs Willis
Mr and Mrs. F. C. Bartholomew en- visitors at the Shibley borne.
out-of-town guests on Sunday.
w-i-ri gin- t at r
Ciirrin tu me on
j Oregon, have bought 17 acres of the
tortatned 20 guests at a “500" party on
Mi M aun i i- o m n iis inner of
Somethin* afferent, a musical even- prf(lay erening
Hlgh „cor„ werP
Bring your eggs to Model Supply * Cary land just across the river -outh-
the water huri iu for the city of Port
mg. in the h ga school auditorium, won bjr Mr w w Sm(th Jnd Mrg H r n
f a, h or tra,ir
Anything yon ; »«‘at of this city and will arrive here Dunlop and Mrs. Standish of Garfield. land.
f n*f#y «veninff Oct VS.
^ Gohring. consolation prises were want; if not in stock, we can get it.
coming y^ar and bnlId Mr and Mrs. John ( losner and Mr |
Sir C A Dyketnm entertained the awarded to Mrs. W. W. Smith and New line of Preferred Stock groceries. a B,c* modern home. Mr. and Mrs. and Mr*. Ed. < loaner, and Mt - Gerald
Mr. \ am!
| r Mrn >|r< S K Woostor wer# in
Portland one* < tiii week taking in
' 1 at a social meet- Lloyd Saling.
cigars, tobacco and cigarette*, dry Lay t-port that tk«f had looked ,¡1 W cox .............. v
the All-Oregoi Spositton at tho mu-
Ing on Wednesday. There were a
Mrs. Bartholomew served a most goods and school supplies. We have orer Oregon, but the country around Friday, returning Sunday
I h >
Urge number present and all bad a dellciooa lunch and all preeent had a neat clean rooms to rent over the Estacada looked the best to them for a number of relatives in that vicinity nicipal auditorium, which they report
ro o t eojoyabl# Urn*.
m y tovoly time.
^• permanent home.
, with whom they visited.
was very Has.
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