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Devoted to the Interests ot Eastern Clackamas County
Eagle Creek Note
Mr. and Mrs. Doc Hannah were
calling on the home folks Sundaj
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Updegravc
were visiting atr the home o f Ro;
Douglass last Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Gibson anc
Miss Edythe Peters were calling oi
Mr. and Mrs. Will Douglass Tues
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Douglass and
children, accompanied by Mrs. R. B
Gibson, motored to Estacada and Lo
gan Sunday afternoon, visiting with
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Denning while in
The Estacada high «chool pre
sented Sheridan Delepine in violii
concert on Friday evening, Novem
ber 20, to a most appreciative audi
It has been some time since a pro
gram o f this nature has been giver
here, and perhaps for this reason wa:
so keenly enjoyed.
Mr. Delepine proved himself a fin
ished artist and showed great ver
satility in the program chosen, whicl
was, indeed, very full and varied.
Miss Dorothea Schoop at the piarn
was a most able assistant, and by he
lovely manner and splendid worl
most thoroughly charmed the audi
NEW LUMBER YARD
H. B. Snyder has purchased a par
cel o f land o f W. F. Cary inside ot
the Standard Oil plant location
which he will utilize fo r a lumbei
yard and shipping dock. Estacad •
has long been in need o f a yard
handling rough or undressed lumber.
Small orders o f dimension stuff hat
always been a matter o f embarass
ment to the contractor-builder wh<
has wanted at times a small amoun
o f dimension or rough boards for the
construction o f sheds and walks ant
other improvements about a house
barn or other outhouses. The lum
ber yard will be another deserved as
set to Estacada.
WHEAT SALES HEAVY
Unusual activity was apparent ir
wheat trading at Pendleton las',
week. About 60,000
wheat changed hands, according t<
dealers, in one day. Prices rangec
from $1.30 to $1.40, the latter fig
ure having been paid for some choice
L O C A L IT E M S
THE BANKER-EDUCATOR PLAN TO
M ETH O D IST CHURCH
The Evangelistic services will con-
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. IUig o f Port-
tinue the remainder o f this week. 1 land came over Sunday to spend the
Rev. Kirby will preach every night. day with Mrs. Jennie Kreiger.
He and Mrs. Kirby will be with us
Mrs. A. E. Sparks has been hav
all day Sunday. Christ is truly bless ing a most dreadful siege o f poison
ing the meetings. Many have found oak. She went to Gresham Satur
the Lord as their personal Savious. day to consult Dr. Adix about it,
By O. H. OTIS,
Friday night is designated as high for so far she hasn't been able to
Agricultural Olrector, American Bankers Association
school night, and a large delegation get any relief from remedies she has
Whenever bankers desire to promote actively agricultural is expected. Rev. Kirby will bring used.
Improvement in their communities, the state agricultural colleges a special message to the young peo \ a number o f people o f this vicin-
• ___ stand ready to show them the way and to give pie at that service.
, ity have received shipments o f gin-
expert assistance. The purpose of this article is
Next Sunday morning at eleven song seed from the east recently,
to illustrate the way in which the colleges are o’clock the pastor will open the doors and are busy getting the beds ready
getting in contact with the banks, and the kind of o f the church for the reception o f for it. This raising o f ginseng roots
assistance they render.
We would urge ail is being quite extensively carried on
As soon as the college has a list of the banks those who are desirous o f uniting and is proving very profitable to tho
in the state desiring to adopt plans to aid agricul- with our church to give this matter growers.
ture as indicated by project blanks sent out to all their careful consideration.
I Mr. and Mrs. Ray Woodward of
the banks in the state, by the State Bankers A sso -
Sunday school Sunday morning at Oregon City visited Sunday with Mrs.
Woodward’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
ciation Agricultural Committee, it gives practical 10 o ’clock,
E. S. Womer.
suggestions to each banker on the list as to what
Junior church, 10:45.
D. H. Otis
Preaching service, 11.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kigglns spent
he can do to stimulate, organize, and conduct the
Epworth league, 6:30.
Sunday in Portland.
work In the particular project he has
Evening preaching service, 7 :30.
Mrs. Henry Johnson o f George
selected. Then either a department suggestions are the more valuable
Notices for next week:
was a passenger on the train to Port-
specialist from the college or the they are to the banker. Following art
county agent gets in personal touch samples of such project outlines:
Monday land Saturday. She was going in to
, Dr. Hisey will be here
with the banker to assist him In an
conduct ! attend tho wedding o f her sister,
Farm Accounts Project
the first quarterly conference of the : which was to occur the next day.
Samples of the project outlines are who can and should undertake the work conference year at 7 :30 p.ni.
Mrs. T. J. Reagan and little grand
given below to illustrate the details
The ladies’ aid society will meet
children Margaret and Vernon Betts,
of the procedure the college takes In ° V aA?l-ange0Uwfih county agent or spe-
Ctaltst from agricultural college for first at the home of Mrs. George E. Law- ! spent one day in Portland this last
accomplishing its plan.
meeting of the group and select an
_ „ „ i r ,
rence Wednesday afternoon at 3:30. ¡week.
College Provides Expert Advisers
3. Assist individuals at their request
. rorin ai invitation is extended to
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Wooster drovo
nation is ejuenuea to
In counties with no county agent a with Information relative to entering ac-
and other data properly
j to Pacific City Friday, returning
list of the banks desiring to carry on counts
4. Act aa or select leader for the group.
j Sunday. They report the tides as
a project Is sent to a specialist at the
5. Assist in checking inventories as a j
means of securing individual financial
state college, according to the project statement
j being high and such heavy winds that
The Estacada band was a feature listed. For instance, the banks desir
Boys’ and Girls’ Club Work
Friday evening at 8 o ’clock the it was impossible to get on tho beach
it the Odd Fellows’ gathering at ing to carry on the farm accounts
1. The banker can arrange with the Community club will meet at the Es- i to get clams or crabs, but they did
Wilsonville last Saturday night.
It project are assigned to the farm man
county agent or the specialist of the agrt- tacada hotel in regular monthly ses- bring home some very fine salmon.
vas named the official band of the agement specialist, those desiring to cultural
college for organizing a club
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Johnson and
2. Plan to present various types of club sion.
1 he m eeting w ill be opened
Oregon I.O.O.F. lodges, and there is ' carry on the legume project to the
Per,eC‘ hy a concert, the Estacada band be- Mrs. R. F. Lovelace, drove into tho
talk o f sending the boys to the con agronomy specialist, those Interested
tention in Philadelphia next year. In boys’ and girls’ club work to the the clubker may aCt a8 ,OCa* leader of
Mrs. Henry Heiple entertained at
Junior extension specialist, and so
4. Cooperate with county agent or spe- man will address the gathering, of-
This is a great boost not only for
an afternoon party Wednesday. The
die band, but Estacada as well.
In counties that do have a county * 6UBankearnnmay " offer*'pilaeV fiw'rh.h cel'3 wiU be elected and a lunch will following ladies were present: Meg-
work or otherwise assist In financing be served free to all present. Ev-
agent a list of the banks and the proj
dames Cary, Currin, Ahlberg, Smith,
See Heylman for good cottage; ects In which each is Interested Is
Linn, Wilcox, R. Lovelace,
tery close in; on ten acre tract; for sent to him with a request that he get
1. The banker can get Information from
There will be a dance at Carver Lovelace, Ewalt, Johnson, Gohring
rent. Will sell on good terms. House in touch with the bankers and help county agent or specialist from the agri
cultural college on the value of alfalfa, Saturday night, November 28. Ev- and the hostess. A most delicious
n good condition. This is desirable them in regard to the various projects. soy
bean, or sweet clover crops to farmers
, . .
The next step by the college Is to of the community.
, erybody invited.
It luncheon was served.
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write to each banker on the list send farmers with county agent or specialist.
Mrs. J. W. Reed and daughter,
ing him project outlines and Inform
3. At this meeting county agents, spe-
r or Kent or bale— Hhe Docken- Florence June, were Portland visi
ing him that the county agent or a C,a*\Sa ^ V a lu e ^ c r o p 1 dlsc,l!,s:
dorf 10 acres at Morrow Station; 5 tors Saturday.
The Estacada high school football specialist from the college will get In
(b) Seed supply and varieties.
room cottage, plastered and tinted;
Mrs. Wiley and Miss Maud Stur-
earn defeated the Scappoose squad, touch with him. If there Is no agent
(c) Methods of handling the crop.
(d) Use and disposition of crop
water in house; bath; 20 minutes I geon and her mother, were Portland
i to 0, on the local field Friday aft- In the county this letter reads as
4. Plan with county agent or specialist walk to high school.
of visitors Thursday.
meetings and demonstrations on plots or
| neighbor on either side. Phone Mrs.
Ernest Amacher o f
Union State Bank,
conlmun' t5, or Kellendonk, or write C. E. Docken- driving a fine new Chevrolet coach,
Don’t miss “ The Ten Command-
Gentlemen—Too will find enclosed a
Cow Testing Associations
dorf, Molalla, Ore.
which he recently purchased from the
nents’’ at the Liberty theater Nov. brief outline of 'he farm accounts project
In which you hr.ve Indicated your Interest
Cascade Motor company.
17, 28 and 29. Matinee Saw "day to your State Agricultural Committee and agent or specialist from agricultural col
Shell ga.-oline 20 cents a gallon at
Mrs. S. E. Lawrence and baby
to the Agricultural Commission of the lege for meeting of Interested group of
American Bankere Association.
farmers in the community for the purpose the Currinsville store. J. O. Tunnell, spent several days in Portland this
I am sure that tho specialist from the of
organizing a cow testing association
agricultural college will be pleased to
2. Danker may act as leader, and with
Shell gasoline 20 cents a gallon at assist you In carrying out the suggestions county
Mr. and Mrs. Ford A. Harrow and
We have oeked him to get prospective farmers who may Join the
-he Currinsville store. J. O. Tunnell, Indicated
In touch with you.
children spent Saturday shopping in
WANT COUNTY AGENTS
Director, Agricultural Extension
3. Organize for work and assist In se
curing testing equipment and other ma
Sacramento. — A resolution in Portland.
The letter to bankers In counties terials whenever necessary.
Dr. W. W. Rhodes was in Port
W AR MEMENTO
4 Call meetings periodically to discuss line with its policy on co-operativo
that do have a county agent Informs
association business arid hold picnics or marketing
throughout the country land Thursday on business. ‘ He was
Plans fo r the placing o f a Ger them that he will get in touch with tours.
atrent or - special
, __ was passed by the national grange , I accompanied to town by Mrs. Rhodes
man howitzer, given to Waldo Cau- them.
1st may arranca for Ç. T A booth at • 6<Jth
, rnnvpn. ; nn
, and Mrs. Roy Wilcox,
annual convention last week,
field post No. 1324, Veterans o f For- Suggests Things the Banker’ Can Do community or county fnlr ctvlng festina 111
congratulations are being extend-
ign Wars, by the government, as a
banker give specific suggestions as " T h i s " 0- ...........-
oi agriculture to resemd a ruling 1 ed to Mr' aml Mrs' C- A - Co,8on ot
monument to Clackamas county sol
to the things he can do to organize
diers who fought in the world war, the work In his project, and the part work byCthe'college wblch^paveiMhe which prohibits county agricultural I)odK<‘ over the arrival o f a little son
[or constructive work by the agents from taking an active part ° M ni1“ ^ N1ovember 20‘ Dr- Rhodes
were made at a meeting o f the post he can take in carrying out the work. way for
in farmers’ co-operative movements w a; in attendance.
last week at the chamber o f com The more simple and concrete these bankers In banker-farmer projects
Miss Edith Harkenrider took a
for marketing products.
merce rooms, Oregon City. The gun
day off from her work at the tele
will be sent from Fort Raridan, N.
phone office and spent Saturday in
G. A. Palmiteer, master o f the Ore
•J., and will be here in about three
or four months.
R ichest o f all the spirits o f Thanksgiving day is the gon state grange, and followed the
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Smith drove
A ceremony for its dedication will spirit o f frien dly hospitality
Preach about prosperity £ * £
down to Salem and Stayton last
oe planned by the veterans, and al-
and m illions all you like, but certain it is that a man and Taber of Columbus ohio who stress- week, where they visited friends and
ihough its. location has not been defi
relatives for several days.
nitely determined, it is expected that w om an without real old -fash ion ed frien ds is poverty- ed the need for co-operation in dis-
posal o f agricultural crops.
t will be placed on the courthouse stricken.
coupe, which they are proudly driv
awn. A suitable base will be erect
M oney w ill not buy friends. It does attract beg -
The national meeting next year
ing around these days.
ed for (he trophy. Funds to cover gars and parasites.
O nly the sincere, honest heart w ill wdl be hUd 111 Ma“ u‘-___
Mr. and Mrs. L. My< i 3 o f Glad
-he expense o f bringing the gun here
stone were visiting with thoir son
ind erecting the base will be raised
and family, Mr, and Mrs. Roy Myers,
and warm one to hope and courage in the tim e o f trou-
s e e k in g r e l a iiv e s
oy the post through dances.
o f Eagle Creek Sunday. Roy My-
Endorsement o f the project to es ,
* “ vv
. I __ i v -
trying to locate relatives not heard
sel.s stock for tho P.E.P. Co.
*1 .. have
. . richer
i . mhoc ti’ouonro
tv io rm sh in
tablish a Red Cross chapter in they
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from tot ;t number o f w ar-, and and ha bora down the valley for
Clackamas county was given by the
J d returned
A n d now , w hen you are thinking o ot f than k sgivin
to be ____
.-onto time, having , _ ju.;t
veterans and a committee, composed
in Oklahoma. Three boys and two Friday from Eugene’.
o f Dr. Merle Martindale, Cylde
The turkey m ay be too high girl», sons and daughters of W. J.
Rev. I.. C. Kirby and wife, w ho
Green and S. Macdonald, was named whose fam ilies are gone.
to present the matter to state o f priced, but a table spread in the spirit o f a feast w ill Walker, a half brother, arc the ones have b< en assisting in the - . iva! i
iciáis o f the Red Cross.
A large and appreciative audience
fathered at Currinsville
ivening to hear the children's pro
gram. It was rendered to the cred-
t o f our teachers, Miss Pool and Miss
Tyberg. The hall was packed to ca-
>acity. All expressed their appre-
iation o f having an opportunity to
njoy themselves in more comfort
han the crowded school room. There
.vas more tahn $33 taken in from
he sale o f pies. This goes fo r the
renefit o f the school. It is hoped
his is only a beginning of many more
vonderful evenings for the comraun-
ty at large, and others who will come
,nd meet with us. It is expected the
Currinsville Ladies' Aid society will
oon use the hall for an entertain-
Mrs. Nellie Currin motored to Bull
Run Sunday, taking Mr. Currin back
;o his work with the water depart-
nent of the Portland Water works.
Ur. and Mrs. J. H. Kitchin accom-
L. J. Crossier left Sunday for
tedmond, Ore., where he will make
lis future home.
Mr. and Mrs. John Jones o f Ore-
>on City were Sunday guests at the
lobert Davidson home.
The Robert Davidson family moved
o Oregon City Monday, where they
vill reside in the future.
Slight increase in earnings o f the
Portland Electric Power company foi
the year ending October, 1925, com
pared with the previous 12 month:
period, is indicated in a statement is
sued by the company. Gross earn
ings for the year just ended were
$10,986,357, and fo r the year end
ing October, 1924, earnings amount
ed to $10,835,230, a difference oi
$151,127, or 1.3 per cent in favo.
o f 1925.
Operating expenses, including de
preciation, amounted to $6,229,290
compared with $6,181,65.. last year
interest amounted to $2,460,163
compared with $2,200,105 for thi
year ending October, 1924, and taxe:
and bridge rentals totaled $1,071,
051, compared with $1,154,005 Iasi
year, leaving an operating surplus
o f $1,225,854 fo r the 12 months just
ended, compared with $1,299,256 foi
the previous year.
Construction work the last year
called for $2,714,237 and for the pre
vious year the total charge to this
account was $4,768,657. Paving as
6esments totaled $55,178, compared
with $57,317 fo r 1924, and sinking
funds amounted to $1,238,480, com
Shell gasoline 20 cents a gallon at
pared with $1,186,938.
:hc Currinsville store. J. O. Tunnell,
For October gross earnings were proprietor.
$910,245; operating expenses, $522,
505; interest, $210 212; taxes and
Mrs. Jako Mess has returned from
bridge rent'd-, $*2 423, i : J operat
Portland to r.main. She brought
ing suvphr, $T5,200. S:nl:'ng fund
.v.h h_r a 2-ytar-old baby, which
for October were $102,207; .paving
. h r s s t .r s , and will occupy her-
-7. $2765 and crn.truc-
during the winter in caring for
Chariie Sparks c f Port’ and. well
A new Atwatcr-Kent radio has
iov.n in this locality, whire he re
bee i in. tailed at the J. J. Penner
led for a number o f ;-enr3, visited
s uncie, A. E. Sparks, for a short
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Linn went to
Poi viand Monday to see their son,
Herbert Dunlop came down from
Gdd e, off fo r Illinois.
the mountains the latter part o f last
r » » k to visit at the home o f his par
A number o f people from Victory
ents, Rev. end Mrs. J. F. Dunlop.
O.E.S., Portland, ware the
guests o f Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Syron
Thera ware move then 20 o f the
alurdsy r.ighc The evening was
bekahs who responded to the invi-
pent in playing »60. A iunch was
tion o f Rev. Rankin to attend the
served at the midnight hour.
angelical services at the M. E.
urch last Wednesday night.
Morris and Glenn Ely attended the
I.O.O.F. convention at WiDonvdle
Mother, may I go out to play?
.„st Sa.urday and then drove over
Yea, my darling daughter, but re-
I to Estacada to visit home folks over
icmber the things you want to do
re the thief» you hada t oufhter.
$1.50 A YEAR
ESTACADA, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1925
VOLUME XX, NO. 8
- PROMOTE BETTER AGRICULTURE
have m errim ent and jo y and turkey w ill not be missed. time Hve(J at Allcn okia bul ginc8 to th,„. Il()nu, in ,.„rlland Saturd
Thanksgiving day is heie. Let us tiy to lev ive its
(|eaj b „f tbe f athcr they evident- where Mr. Kirby is pastor o f the Mt
Spirit and hospitality and com e together to cherish the ly have moved away. Some t.me ago Tabor M.E. church. He filled th
flowers o f friendship. M any there are whose souls are a letter was written the postmaster pulpit th: r< Sunday morning an
dving in these days o f unrest. There are no neighbors at Ailen for thtir “ ddresse , but an then return, d to Estacada in the eve
h im tn
a short unknown.
timu la- M
Ra'>kin preached *
gicg d liu n s s where
vvueie t everyone
v e i jr n c tef
shares the joy s and sorrow s o f all. lh e flies on the altar jvj r Moore is keeping up the search,
Mi. Clare Kenyon
o f Denve
mUSt be lighted afresh. W hatever the task, let US do our however, and has addressed another Colo., i here, a guest ut the H.
parts gallantly, and forg et not acquaintances w ho are letter to the mayor of Allen.
Otevcns hop. . Mr. und Mr*. St
struggling against the current and w’ho have seen better
Mr- Moore livcd in Oklahoma for ven went to Portland to meet
3 (j ycarg< u e served a» constable at
Allen for 15 years, four year* as a
The M.E. church haa a new ii
Then the Thanksgiving daj. w ill be a realLy and a deputy marshal, and was interpreter rectory placed on the front, whi
true festival in our broad land o f A m erica, w here with for the Indian court at Fork Bogey, I a n improvement that tells strat
freed om we are striving to maintain the blessings ot Choctaw country, for four years. A f- era what ' hurch It is and the on
peace and equal opportunities fo r all.
,er leav,n“ Oklahoma he came to o f «. rvi-e*.
It is one o f the la w # 0 f life that we cannot truly en- Oregon in 1911 and lived in Port-
Ed I „ n left for Illinois Mond
T I T
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d l i u
H U U U
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land and 1 ,,ood
' l l l l c l l i y » w i t
to pend the u|
jo y anything from which our brother is excluded. W e ir)(r K8Ucada a. h futur„ homc-
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d o not know how much o f this sharing is g oin g on. Rut
this Thanksgiving, as we gather about our board to en-
jo y one o f the descendants o f those 20-pound “ turkies,
w hich sallied gaily past the d oares,” it w ill warm our
hearts to rem em ber only this one instance which will be
taking place, as usual, this year. The scene ol it is in a
famous street in the heart o f New Y ork ’s underworld,
Outside the great building early in the foren oon 'h » line
begins to form until by m id-day it is thouuuids long,
and when the doors are finally thrown open, each man
tato, cranberry sauce and m ince pie and coffee in t
change fo r a n ick el! The dow n and outer, the vict
o f adversity— w hoever com es— is fed. The room , I
as it is, w ill not accom m odate them all, but one cro
rapidly gives place to another, u d w ail are taken c
of. This happens every year becau e there u One n
o f wealth who e heart is filled with Thanksgiving. 1
stance. Y ou will know o f others.
So, let us all rejoice and give thanks fo r the sj
takes his tray and is served with roast turkey, mashed po- w hich is w ithin us.