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Devoted to the Interests ot Eastern Clackamas County
VOLUME XX NO. &
BANK INVITES THE
ESTACAl) \ ,
Eagle Creek Notes
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Woodle
and children were the dinner quests
o i Mr. and Mrs. Ray Woodle Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Douglass and
children were guests at the home of
George P reister of Logan Sunday,
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Gibson were
calling on H erm an Gibson Sunday
Will Douglass w ent to Portland on
Sunday and visited the live stock
Mr. and Mr-g. R. B. Gibs(m were
THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 12, 1926
Clackamas County Had
Fine Exhibit at Show
$1.50 PER YEAR
There will be no church services
here on Sunday, owing to the all
day m eeting at the Methodist church
in Estacada. There will be Sunday
The E stacada S tate Bank will hold
Next Monday a special election
here 15 m inutes earlier than
open house, Novem ber 14, afternoon
' usual, which makes the new tim e will be held at W ilburn’s hall, Eagle
and evening, in its new building,
Cheek, to which the voters of road
, i• . .
CLACKAMAS COUNTY’S BOOTH AT PORTLAND 9:45 o’clock.
ju s t com pleted. The public is in-
Dick W eir has been spending the districts Nos. 30, 39, 40, 50 and 59,
vited to call and inspect the new
STOCK SHOW COMPARED FAVORABLY
and the municipality of E stacada, are
p art week at the Shibley home.
stru c tu re and learn of the methods
WITH OTHER COUNTIES
Ulgently requested to attend.
used in handling business which is
The completion of M arket Road
, the F o rrest Erickson home was weli
necessary in all first class banking
attended and much enjoym ent took No. 7, near B arton, will be decided,
institutions. The hours set fo r visi-
PRACTICALLY EVERYTHING SOLD LAST DAY place. Next m eeting a t the Shib- favorably we hope, by the voters,
tors will be from 4 to 9 p.m.
ley home, November 20.
There are two stretches of road un-
Mr. and Mrs. William Bard and paved and no, or little, property ad-
ca'ling a t the home of H enry Udell County Agent Holt Was in Charge of Exhibit and Spent
Mrs. F o rrest Erickson were visitors Jacent being taxable, and it is pro
His'I ime Boosting Clackamas County to Many
in The Dalles the last of the week.
! posed to make tills a special road
As Mr. and Mrs. Ray Keith and
BITTEN BY DOG
Mr. nnd j j rs McDonald, Mr. ami district, the funds to be ■ upplied fo r
little d aughter were retu rn in g to
One day last week a dog, alleged
Mrs. Madden were Portland visitors finishing the road to be paid by the
th eir home a t F araday last Sunday
1 county and districts Nos. 30, 39, 40,
night, they met with an accident ju st 4o be 0WI)f d by Leta Hayden, bit
It was a pleasure for people from Live Stock, Poultry, D airy Product» Sunday.
The pursuit of these industries is
Mrs. Schwartz and Mrs. Erickson
and 59. The engineer’s estim ate
this side of Faraday. A fisherman little W anda K reager in the face. Clackamas county to view the coun-
Ore i ° f the cost has be> n placed at $22,-
from Portland, in a Ford car, com- ^ h e doK v a s iy 'nft by the door out- ty exhibit of farm produce a t the very profitable in Clackamas county, attended teachers’ institute in
ing tow ards them , seem to have lost sldc
L inn’s Inn, when W anda P ortland Stock Show last week, in Poultry raising is the source of con- iron City Monday and Tuesday.
Rev. and Mrs. Kirkwood
i t ‘s hoped voters will attend the
control of his machine and, although )vcn4 out. She had a piece of rope charge of County A gent Holt. The siderable income to the people of
the election and vote for the new dls-
Mr. Keith stopped, the F ord struck ln her hands, and it is thought she display was not so large as some the county. In several sections of l Portland visitors the first of
trict. Tiie tax cost will be so small
his autom obile and veered off and acoidentally struck the dog. The other counties, to be sure, b u t it the county the land is adapted to week.
partly turned over. Both cars
w ere ^0,ks were very much frightened, as was jaid out jn such a pleasing man- this line of endeavor. A person with
H enry Cromer has bought his old it will not be noticeable, anti if the
more or less dam aged, but not seri- 4be wound was close to h er right ner th a t passersby could not ref lain a small acreage can make a very home place from Mr. Slavens and has road in question is paved, we will
have a hard surfaced highway from
oudy. The occupants escaped in- eXe ' ai1(i they im m ediately took her from pausing awhile and ask qu
com fortable living by sta rtin g with ' removed there.
M idford. No sc-rioU3 results tions pertaining to many of the coun- a few birds and building up a flock.
Elva Shibley and Evelyn Dibble Estacada to the Pacific highway.
The polls will be open from 1 to
-—- - ■ ■
*s anticipated, b ut to be on the ta fe ty ’s agricultural advantages. This D airying is recommended fo r thosej1 are visiting relatives in Portland this
5 p.m., November id. Get out and
side the dog was ordered tied up or was to the liking of Mr. Holt, who who w ant to make a com fortable liv- week.
COMMUNITY CLU 3
muzzled when roam ing about.
,;3 an enthusiastic booster fo r this ing on a small farm . There is al- > D inner guests a t the Madden home vote-
Land Settlem ent and Agricui-
— .county, and the advertising com irg ways a m arket fo r this co u n ty ’s j last Wednesday evening were Elva
tu r e ” will be the. topic to be dis-
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. from him in personal conversation, cream and butter. Guernseys, H o i - j Shibley and Didk Weir,
COW TES f FORMED
cussed a t the next m eeting of the Ed Dougins.; are sorry to h ear of wRb interested parties will be ci steins and Jerseys are the predomi- [ George P erry made a short visit |
\ Clackamas county cow testin g
Com munity club, November 27 a t 8 th e ir m isfortune, the burning of g reat vaiue t0 ciaekam as county ii. nating breeds, and a g reat deal of j home last week,
p.m., by a speaker from Portland, th e ir mill salt Thursday m orning general.
has been done
___ the i Guests a t the Archie Howell home I asfocla' ion was orKanized
The talker is a well-versed man on about 2 o’clock. Mr. Douglass has , ” p runcs, apples and other fru its, herds of the county of a high class ! on Sunday were Mrs. Howell's sis-' cham ber of commerce rooms, Ore-
gon City, Saturday a t a meeting of
already commenced to rebuild.
the different grains, butter, eggs anc. of animals. The sale of m eats from ! te r and family of Portland.
The m eeting will be held at the
Mis. W. H. Graybeal entertain ed j wbat not form ed the bas s of the animals raised in the county retu rn s
Mrs. L. S. Tenny and children 1 Prom ' Mellt dairym en. 1 Ians for thu
E stacada hotel, and refreshm ents the Ladies’ Aid society of the M.E. d ;splay. Much of the exhibit wai a handsome am ount to the c o u n ty ; visited over Sunday a t her p aren ts’ work were outlined by Neal Jam i-
! son, O.A.C., who presided. Officers
m ents will be served. A band con church at th eir reg u lar m eeting last d;Sp0sed of to buyers on the last daj each year.
cert will precede the meeting. Elec- W ednesday. A f‘er the business ses- of the show, and but little had t<
I Jim Park and fam ily of White elected w ere J. T. Richey, Boring,
tion of officers will also take place. j sion the hostess served a most de- be brought back from Portland.
The county in connection with the \ Salmon,
on, Wash., v,sited over t h e ' president; W illard Bosholm, «a a '<y.
Everybody is invited to be pres- licious lunch, consisting of sand-
v!cc Pr “ *d«n t. and ( ''y do
We are pleased a t thiis tim e tt state agricultural college m aintains I week -end with relatives here.
wiches, coffee and cake. The next publish below facts and figures pe
a county agent, whose advice and
riday afternoon callers a t the -'iu *‘no> secretary-treasurer.
The aim of the association is to
-------------------- m eeting will be a t Mrs. Irving
taining to the county, which wa services are a t the disposal of the Wiley Howell home were Mrs. By-1
have 800 cows in the testing work
S m ith’s.
before the end of the year, 021 be
reau and Grange organizations help and Mrs. Carl Ward,
who visited the booth last week:
TO GIVE SCHOLARSHIPS
ing signed up.
L. M. O utright,
Mr3. John Osborne and Mrs. Dar-
A fea tu re of the next m eeting of
was chosen as
rew were P ortland visitors one day the G reater Clackamas Union of i Clackamas county a t one tim e eir,
t-.ster a t a salary of $100 per
last week to atten d the stock show. Clubs, which will be held in Oregon braced the g reatest p a rt of the stall are available to all parts of the | birthday p arty a t the John Storm er
There are 12 banks in the home T hursday evening, were Elva month, with allowance f o r tran sp o r
Mrs. L. C. T horinton
w ent t o , City December 4 a t the Congrcga-
of 0 re 8 ° n - In those days county.
all of Ore
P ortland last S aturday to
visit tionai church, will be the presenta- ' 8:011 was known as the “ Oregon cour, county, giving access to all people. \ and E v erett Shibley, Edith Howell,
Among dairym en attending were
friends fo r a few days.
tion of the O.A.C. sum m er school i t r y’” a n d w a s t h e subi ect of m u c l
II. J. Anderson, Drexel White, J. L.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dodson w ent j scholarships of 24 boys and girls of 1 contr°versy. The state was final
Seely, Johnson .brothers,
to Milwaukie S aturday to spend the this county who have been success. 1 induced J n size a fte r it became par seat. Different co-operative asso- Earle Closner, Joe Marshall and Bosholm, W. F. Fischer, B. Nelson,
week-end with Mrs. Dodson’s m other. f uj ¡n ¿ „ b work. Ten scholarship *
Ben Figel, Buxton brothers, J. T.
S. E. W ooster was an early pas- aw ards will be made by the Clacka- m itted to the union in 1849. Clack county. H unting and fishing abound ;
and J. A. Richey, H. Paulson, Cylde
in the scenic m ountainous p arts of
senger to P ortland Monday on a mas County B ankers’ association as
Salem.— Receipts of the sta te mo Ringo, Sylvester Lawrence, Sam El
the result of the county fa ir club ments in thc betterm en t of itie lf anc the county.
tor, vehicle departm ent for O ctober mer, E. E. B arger, H. G. Mullenhoff,
Fact« and Figure«
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. G ohring drove work, and, in addition to these, two ! the state in Seneral- 14 has mor'
$56,632.29, according to T. B. Hull, Charles Barney, F. J.
to P ortland Sunday to take in a oth er scholarships will bo given, one improved roads than any other corn:
by the secretary Stangel, Charles W agner, Joe And-
by the Clackamas County Jersey i ^ asidc from M ultnomah. It was V aluation, assessed, $30,000,000.
this year the re berg, C. H. Stone, Jacob Lesher and
A rea in square miles, 1864.
Rev. Ira Rankin, Mrs. Rankin and c]u b and the oth er by the Clackamas next t0 M ultnomah ln the numbei
$5,315,625.18. G ustav Viget. County A gent W. A.
A rea in acres, 1,182,960.
Mrs. 0 . E. Smith drove to Portland County H olstcin-Freisian club. M o -1 of men who served th elr co u n try ,!
From Jun u ary 1 to O ctober 31 Holt took an active part.
M onday afternoon.
Con pictures of the club work taken |
of this year a total of 194,675 pus-
county in the state, 3836.
John M. S torm er of Estacada a t the 1925 county fa ir will be >
COU NCIL M E E TING
L'nerer a a 4<»m>bilcs was registered.
w ent to Tillamook this week to vis- shown,
Thc city council m et in regular
m anufacture of wood pulp and pa
Average acreage per farm , 50.8i
it his brother, Abe Storm er.
session Tuesday night. The mayor
per, m anufacture of woolen goods,
N um ber of farm s operated by the
John G ithcns and w ife of Eagle BUSINESS MEN’S LUNCHEON
J- C. Moreland, su p erin ten d en t of was in the chair, the recorder a t his
Creek made the News office a call
Following ¡3 the menu fo r the
P ercentage of farm s operated by ^ ldl’h creek tro u t hatchery, reports desk.
Business Men’s luncheon a t the La canning and preserving, m inirg
Upon roll call, Oouncilmon Morton,
( tho Plan tin S o i 3,700,000 tro u t from
Mrs. B ert Tw ining came up from dies’ Bazaar, which will be held a t I cream eries and b u tte r making and the owner, 84.
V aluation of farm property, $ 2 8 ,-1 h.*s btation this year. Every creek Morgan and Ot-huin answered pr -
G rants P ark last W ednesday and re thc I.O.O.F. hall Saturday, Novem- m any others on a lesser scale form
th at was accessible to automobile ( r,t.
m ained over night, the guest of Mrs. ber 14: Chicken p atties and riced he industries of this county.
Minutes of previous meeting was
Value of improvements, $6 203,- transportation was stocked,
A. E. Sparks.
I potatoes, 20c; Boston baked beans,
many thousands of fry were trans-1 read pas ed and approved.
M argaret G ates visited Lavena 5c; salads, 5c; pie, 5c; cake, 5c; cof-
The larg est p a rt of
Bills were read, and motion was
Value of implements and machin ported by pack train into rem ote
Grabeel a couple of days last week, fee, 5c; bread and b u tter, 5c. Ev- county is devoted to agricu turc. Due
lakes along the Skyline trail, be- made th at the recorder draw w.ir-
to thc different types of soil in the ery, $2,263,491.
coming over from Gresham with her crybody invited.
tween M ount Hood and Mount Jef- rants in paym ent of same.
various p arts of the county there arc
Average value of farm s, $7605.
fath er, J. E, Gates,
A petition was read, signed by S.
many different types of agriculture.
Value of live stock, $3,025,592,
Mrs. J u ’ius K reager was down
ELECT O FFICERS
W ooster and others, to vacate a
from Camp No. 1 V4 all of last week
A t a reg u lar m eeting of the Neigh-
portion of C urrin
on account of illness. She has about bers of W oodcraft, T hursday night, largest group, with hay and forage 894.
At Oregon City this week R. W. streets, running through the block
the following officers were elected
Kirk, superintendent of Oregon City whi re thi hall park is located. T his
Cereals, grains and seeds, $2,693,-
, . ,
M is' G ertrude Dillon was home Past guardian neighbor, Lola Dod- ,ccen t development of canneries in
was elected president of tin- petition w;.s endorsed and recom
to spend the week. She is teaching son; guardian neighbor, M attie Ca- 'h e co u n ty a t Canby and C arver pro 214.
Clackamas County division of the mended by the pre ont school hoard.
the Shafford school west of Oregon hill; advisor, H attie F uller; clerk ! y’-d' nlf a m arket for fruits, vegetables
| Oregon S tate Teachers association
)lu3 >n do witli making a park and
Hay and forage, $1,315,297
Jan e Bishop; banker, Charles Mil-1
at the business session of the coun- arriU!/!m(.nt ground. The property ih
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Syron drove lev; m anagers, F. N. ’c a d a m u , Ray ereased aereaffe and production of
|t y teachers’ institute Tuesday. O th e r1 qut.stion belongs to the school dis-
O ther crops, $34,687.
to Salem last Sunday fo r a short Keith and M argaret Moss; magician, these
__________________________________________________________ officers named were Miss Ja n e Bar- trjct and is U8cd by the high school
visit with the fo rm er’s sister, who Cecille Dodson; attendant, Louise
j n ett, vice president; L. J. Reese, sec- a3 a par|< f or playing- football and
rc s’dcD there.
L inn; inn er sentinel, Ruth Keith-
Miss D orothy Philipps of Eagle
Stanley M arden bought some lots ‘ re ta ry ; Edwin Woodworth, treasur- o th er games of interest to the school,
A fter spending a few weeks at outer sentinel, Lula Snyder; cap- Creek was an Estacada visitor last 0f George Pointer near the S tandard e r; J. L. Gary, Mrs. Minnie b. Alt- rh t. petjflon and recom m endation,
Hood River, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bai- tain of the gurads, M argaret Moss: S aturday. M ss Philipps teaches on o i, gtationi and haR commenced
the man and
T- 01son. executive com- a fte r b, ing read, was refer. 1 to the
com retu rn ed home the la tte r p art f lag bearer, M attie Lem on; musi- the other side of Sandy, and when
ordinance committee, recommending
erection of a garage and other
of last week.
clan, H arry G rable; correspondent, asked if she had ever seen any of
Nominations for sta te officers wi re
ordinance be drawn vacating tho
Mrs. Inez G reenleaf, accompanied
A ugusta Sagner.
those p anthers and other wild ani- buildings. The fam ily will occupy j g Landt.rgi president of Oregon ,t reet> a recommended in petition.
by a friend, w ere gueste at the
mais th a t are said to be roam ing the garage this w inter and then Mr. normal school, Monmouth, pre :i-
> „tion was made b , J F Love-
Mr. Mr. a rd Br d Mrs.
Dills of about over in th a t vicinity, she re- Marden will build a residence. Mr. ! ‘len t; M. S. Hamm, vice president; |ace ¡, king th a t w ater
home c f h er S’ôter, Mrs. 0 . E. Syron,
of th ’s place, la st S aturday.
P ortland were E stacada visitors last plied, “ No, and they do not w orry and Mrs. Marden are go‘ng into the R. E. Gannon and O. H. Hyland,
raised 60 c e n t per month for the
C harter W om er was out from Port- T uesday evening,
members of the executive commit users of w ater who are not residing
me in the le ast.”
land Sunday to spend the day with
Mrs. H arlie Trow bridge and a lady
tee. Delegates to the state teachers' within the city limits.
his parent?, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Wo- f r end w ere in E stacada last Sunday
m eeting to be held in Portland in
calling on old-time friends. The la-
December were named to include
Among the out-of-tow n visitors 'r dies drove th eir car from Seattle. I
Reese, Mrs. Altman, E. Tingelstad, P O U L T R Y SH O W A T H U R B A R D
The Marion-CIackamas P oultry
E stacada over the week-end were Mr. Mrs. Trow bridge Tcsided in the Gar-
Woodworth, J. W. Leonhardt, Cary,
and Mrs. J. C. Pimm and children. ' Id neighborhood fo r a num ber of
Mrs. Gussie Hull,
Miss Dorothy «^ociation will hold ts annual poul-
They were guest»-at th~- J. G. H iy years, but the fam ily is now located
Hubbs and Miss li' saie Cunningham. try show at H ubbard, December 3,
ing in the Eastern Clackamas News will be 20
4 and 5.
Both cash and pedal
at Snohomish, Wash.
cents a column inch, each insertion, for Clackamas
premiums are to be aw arded in all
Among the visitors to the stock
The Estacada Meat Co. i3 offe’-
show in P ortland last T hursday ar.d
W arnings th a t a heavy southwes- classes thi.- year, and
ing the following: Beef jn q u arte rs
prize, the g o a rrn o r't trophy, w>ll bo
F riday from E stacada were Mrs. S.
— F ro n t 10c a pound; hinds, 11c a
Want ads 5 cents a line, no ad less than 25c.
E. W coster and Mrs. Raymond Love
the heels of the southeast storm presented by Gov. W alter M. Pierce
pound. All young beef.
lace. They also visited relatives in
whichb rought w estern O n gon its for the best disp'ay of one vari' ty,
Reading notices 10 cents a line, black face
heavy fall ra.n during the past all varieties competing.
PARENT-TEA CHERS’ MEETING
type double price.
featu re will be an egg how. The
It has been ra th e r quiet in E sta
The P arent-T eachers’ association
cada this week, as tho schools were
Thc southeast storm blew itself Pre "Wf_n4 f the association is EU
will Tneet a t the high school audi
All other matter will be classed as legal ad
closed Monday and T uesday on ac
out along the coast yesterday, a mer W. Gribble of Canby, and the
to r um Tuesday. November M , a t 3
vertising and chaiged the legal rate.
count of thc in stitu te at Oregon City,
maximum wind velocity of 48 miles secretary Is < . R. ljuinn.
o'clock. Speakers from Portland
llerschbi rger i- superintendent of
rn d yesterday on account of Armis
will be present, and the local high
The subscription price of the News will remain
the poultry show.
mouth of the Columbia river.
school glee club will en tertain with
a year for Pacific Coast States/but will be
A pleasant social event of the
increased to $2.00 a year oherwise.
past week was the card party at the
and Tuesday night was .96 inches.
^ ■ " i n n and party o f P ort-
home of Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Rhodes
At Portland the fall was .77, Salem l»"d were week-end visitors at th eir
Born to Mr. and Mrs. George Kel-
Increased operating costs make the above rates
country cabin near I» g Barre. Mr.
on S aturday evening. The party iy a nine and a h alf pound boy at
*5, A lbany .92 and Eugene .89.
Winn manages a well known insur*
EASTERN CLACKAMAS NEWS.
: t '- birth- Good Samaritan hospital. Portland,