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Devoted to the Interests of Eastern Clackam as County
ESTACADA, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1027
PREMIUM USÏ MADE
yp FOR FALL FfliR
CALF CLUB MEMBERS
Clackamas County Guernsey calf
club members wi'l be glad to know
of the new premium to be offered at
Springwater Fair Board Planning the state fair this fall.
for Larger Event THU Year
“H. B. Howell, of Rogueland F a rr
of Grant» Pas», Oregon, will award
Than Ever Bofore
a purebred Guernsey heifer calf, s'r-
1 by Rockingham Majectis, a son
The fifth annual Springwater fair of LMUtwater Hoiliston, to the high
will be held this year on September est sjonug Crrjfop Guernsey calf
16. The governor's veto didn’t touch club member at the state fair on the
this fair because no help was asked following basis:
Animal, 26%; showmanship, 25% •
from anyone to put If over before
herdsmanship, 25%-; record book, 25
and none is needed now. This tair
is unique. There is no charge for
The above award will be subject
admission and visitors may even to the following conditions: Compe
have a free dinner. It is Still young tition is open to grade or purebred
as fair organizations go and Is grow Guersey female» Purebred animals
ing so that a new building to house must be registered in the name of
the Stock exhibit is being planned the club member «howing, with the
by the board.
American Guernsey Cattle Club, at
For the coming event, the follow lpagt 30 days prior to the openln
ing officers were chosen: Edward of the state fata, All fitting a n '
Shearer, president; L. S. Tenny, sec care of the animal both prior to and
retary; Ed. Closner, treasurer; J, A. during the state fair must be done
Shibley, Peter Erickson and W. A by .the e|ub member t»nd viola
tions of this rule will d'squalifj
The premium list which is now in members from competition, No clu?
the process of printing will show a member will be awarded more thar
larger bst of prizes and entries and one calf.”
it is planned to put the list in the I The b.s's on which the calf wi!'
hands of those who wish to compete be awarded will give all member
for farm product» »q that they may owning Guernseys an equal chance
have a guide in preparing their ex as the 76 per eent of the po»sibl
'score is on the member’s own wor’
This is a fair which is a credit to and but 26 per cent on the aninu
the eastern gart of this county and , which he exhibits.
one which should be backed by all
Herdsmanship is the care give
who appreciate the high value of ad- the animal by its owner at the fair
y*rti$:ng which a fair gives to a The judges will be instructed to score
I th’» point at various times during the
state fair week.
j Showmanship is the ability of th
S. O. CO. PLANT HERE
club member to properly exhibit b
IS NOW INDEPENDENT
heifer in the »how ring. The judge
will score him on the manner i
Word was received yesterday by which he handles his animal, the wa
Fred kgihammer, local manager of it has been fitted and upon his on
the Standard t)ol company, thqt personal appearance and conduct.
hereafter the Estacada plant will ba
The record book is the busine
rated as a sub-station of that com record showing kind, amount an
pany. Until this time it has been value of feed and total cost of rear
ppqrated as abranch of the Oregon ing the animal. It also includes a
essay on the member's experience i
Leihammer will now have charge club work.
of all sale» in Eastern Clackamas
Mrs. Ella S. Wilson .secretary o
county, including Barton, Dodge, the State Fair board, has accepte
Springwater, Dover, Garfield, the Mr. Howell's offer and will publish i
German Burn and Estacada.
in the premium list.
Ciackapia* county ha» always had
a strong class of Guernseys in the
CHAS. C. BRONSON PASSES
club class but this new offer wil’
Chas. C. Bronson, who lived here stimulate new interest in thi* class
I. M. C. ANDERSON
since the founding of Estacada, died
County Club Agent
at his home Monday, March 14, at
the age of 71 years 9 months. The
cause of death wa* heart trouble. BUTTERFIELD BROTHERS,
He leaves a wife and two sons. The
EVANGELISTS ARE HERE
funeral was conducted by Rev. B.
F. Clay and burial was made in the
Last evening was Gresham nigh
I. 0. F. cemetery,
at the evangelistic meetings which
are now being held in the Band hal
SUSPECTED DOG SHOT by the Butterfield brothers. Thcr
A large black and white collie ass'sted In meetings which have jus
dog with bobbed tail which has been were many from that town who ha
seen for the past two weeks about been concluded there. The sernrn
the streets evidently strayed from was preached by Rev. S. A. Simm
home or lost from a passing car, was of the local Methodist church. Th'
shot yesterday when he showed signs attendance was large.
The Butterfields are advertising i
of madness. It might have been
hunger or poison which caused the healing service for Sunday and i:
dog to bite at his sides and act queer vite everybody to attend their meet
but no chances were to be taken and ing».
the dog wa» relieved from hi» suffer
Travel for T ravel ’a Sake
Fo» my part, I travel not to go nn>
where, but to go I travel for travel'
CLAY TO HOSPITAL
•sake. The great affair Is to move; t<
fre. the needs and hltchcg of our Ilf
B. F. Clay, local representative of i.orc early; to come down off thi
manufacturers, featherbed civilization, and find th
went to the hospital today for an globe granite uudei foot and strewi
operation. He expect» to be laid with cutting flint». Alas, as we get ui
up for two or three weeks. Lewis in life, and are more preoccupied will
Neilson will attend to his business our affairs, even a holiday Is a thlu;
that must be worked for To hold i
here, making deliveries for him and pack upon packsaddle against a gal
oot of the freezing North Is no hig'
Industry, but It Is one that serves l>
and compose the mind. An
MEALS FOR LENT
when the present Is so exacting wl
annoy himself about the future?
Manager W. G. Moore of the Ea- can
Robert I amis Stevenson.
tacada hotel is preparing a series
of lenten menus. Some form of
fish will be served each day. He has
a special dinner for tomorrow. This
is in line with his policy of service
March 19—A hsrd-time dance a'
and makes the Estacada a popular
place to eat.
BIRTHDAY PARTY GIVEN
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kreigsr. gave
a party for their little daughter,
Wanda's sixth birthday,
Games were played and enjoyed
by all the little folks present, and a
delicious luncheon w a s Served.
Among those present were Imogene
Clester. Ruth Mary Jennings. Phylis
Cary, Evtlyn and Dorothy Yocum
also Mrs. Yocum and Maud Sherman.
March 22— Parent Teachers' A?
sociation meeting in the high school
auditorium, 7:30 p.m.
March 23—Community club mee'
at the Estacada hotel.
April 1—M. E, Ladies' Aide Eas
ter Bazaar at the !. 0. 0. F. hall
afternoon and evening.
eh“ " *
TO TELL COUNTY HISTORY
C. A. Lyons, superintendent of the
Portland Parent schools will be here
to speak at the next P. T. A. meet
ing, March 22, at the high school
auditorium. It wiil be held at 7 ;30
p m. Tuesday. The high school or
chestra will play a few selections.
Remember the date and everybody
Mrs. Edyth Tozier Weathered will
give a lecture on the early history
of Clackam s county in the Spring-
water church on Friday evening,
Mrs. Weathered is a pioneer of
h;s county, a good orator and al
ways sees the humorous side of ever
ything so her lecture will be educa
tional and should be heard by all
the school children, interesting to
grown people, and humorous enough
given to help the week-day chypeh
to please all. Admission will bs free
but an opportunity will be given to
help the week-day church school.
BUILD EGG MARKET
NEX1 CLUB TOPIC
It i* a well-known fact that eg«r
from some localities command a
higher price in the larger market t
than those from other places. It •;* community Organization to B«
the producers who are to blame foi
Entertained By Lecture with
this condition. J, O. Tunnoll, Cur
Picture» of Beauty
rinsville merchant who handles quan
tities of eggs has pointed out several
Work being done by the garden
which will increase the valui
Rhoda Beck, Vada Montague,
club has taken such a hold of the
Kathleen Beck, Joe Marshall, Lester
He places firct the need of markot public interest that the coming meet
Closner and But Shearer attended
ng often. Eggs should be markote ing of the Eastern Cuacknmas com
the county Christian Endeavor rally
munity club will be given over to
twice a week, he soys If stole eg
at Oregon City, last Monday night.
them in order that their program
Lavena Graybeel celebrated her
afraid of all the eggs from that lo may be given a larger hearing.
fourteenth birthday Saturday after
There will be an illustrated lecture
A marriage license wa$ issqod la«t cality and so every poultryman sui
noon with a delightful party. 4'huse veek to Ufia». E. Palmer of Fstn- fers.
by J. G. Bather of Portland which
present were Elinor Hedgecock end ada and Clara M. Arne of Port-
Til order that eggs may be gucr will deal with flowers and gardens
/era Chandler from Portland Shir- 'ar,d,
anteel fresh, it is necessary to eand! suitable to local conditions and the
ey Richards ot tjuninsvtlte; Glen
hem. Mr. Tunnel believes that th pictures he will show will be the best
Mr. and Mrs. A. Smith received
Jary, Dorothy Dew, Janet Gilg.n,
pi-oducers can do this at less cos obtainable. Mr. Bacher is u land-
Ldyth Demoy and Adaline Hubus word that their daughter, Mrs. Neva h«n the merchant. The testers cos s;apo gardener of noto and he wil!
Smith Day, is mother of n fVk lb-
uurtin of Estacada.
only about 50 cents, so the expensi give some of the evening to the an-
girl hqrn Sunday *t Staytary
s slight, outside the time it requires iwcring of questions. A musical pro-
Elinor Ilgdgfieuuk aqil Verq Chgn-
•am by the Portland garden club
Another point to remember in sellii t
ller spent the week-end with Lavena
Douglas, a baby girl, Thursday, eggs Is the size. Never bury (h wiil be given and Mrs. J. B. Robert
small ones in the crate so they ar son of Garfield will give u reading.
Mrs. Gardner entertained Mr. and
The tía o cf tho meeting is March
H. C. Stevens and wife were Port not readily separated from tho oil -o and the place, the Estacada Hotel.
Irs. Paul Husby, last Sunday.
land visitors, Tuesday.
the light colored eggs may be sol
Pauline Rose, who has been visit-
A BARBER MERGER
Mrs. F. W. Hallock of Washing- oit a lifferer.t market from the dar
.g in CorvaUs since the first of the
on, D. C. is visiting her sister, Mrs. shelled kind hut evert if the white
..onth, returned home Sunday.
W. W. Smith.
Lawrence Van Slyke who has been
and browns are sold together, n
Mrs. Henry Diilon was the guest
onducting a barber shop on Main
M'-ek Uoin«td«w and her mother market will accept small sizes at th
f Ruth Dillon lagt Sunday.
were here at the Eastern Star meet same price as the standards. An eg street, has closed the shop and gone
scales is handy but not an essentia! a o the shop of Art Smith, thus tak-
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Linn, from 's teaching at Hillsboro.
The sma'l eggs should always bi ng one barber pole down and cotn-
-routdale were here visiting Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. J. C, Moreland and placed on top of the others and sep i.ning the businesses under one up-
.s Julius Kreiger Sunday.
■ lit*, le daughter Rosanne spent T\1£S- nvated from them by a cloth or p. .cep expense.
Mrs. M. E. Williams, of Gresham | day evening with y i’wian Gorham,
per. A discount is to be expected a!
s been visiting her sister, Mrs. U.
LARK'S SEEDLING FAVORITE
Vyruer Anderson of the U. S. Na- so from dirty eggs.
VARIETY OF STRAWBERRY
: vy is, expected home on leave soon,
Eastern Clackamas can become
Mr. and Mr*. U. F. Sylvester from i it has been nearly a year since his large shipper of first-grade eggs an
■>r the next few years there is go
'ortland were visiting Mr. and Mrs. | last leave. He is the son of A. C. gain a valuable reputation if care» ;
J. Linn, Monday.
! Anderson of Upper Garfield.
taken by the poultrymen in the ma- ing to be a strong demand for Clark
Seedling strabwerries and the indica
Harry Heyiman of Spokane was
H. L. Springer, who has been liv- keting of their product.
tions are thut tanners will be willing
ere visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. A. .ng on the Kriegbaum place which
to contract for a term of years at
he rents, has moved to the Walter Great Writers Often
a good, profitable figure, stated J.
Mrs. Gerald Wilcox from E xtern Lemon place in Upper Garfield.
in Financial Straits G. Hayman, local berry buyer yes
.egon is here visiting relatives.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Gard
When Oliver Goldsmith was threat lerday. Mr. Hayman will furnish
il with arrest for nonpayment of plants or give such information nec
Fred Brown and family returned
rent. Samuel Johnson hastened to him essary to procure the same. These
om Salem, Sunday, where they 9.
anil asked If he had any manuscript
ive been visiting.
Ray Lovelace, Beaver recruit from j Upon which he might realize some planis will have been inspected and
been free from weavil and disease.
O. E. Smith was home over Sun- Estacada, knocked a homer in Satur [ money. Goldsmith produced Ills "Vicar
day's game at the California train j of Wakefield," and Johnston, who.
CLUB TO KEEP RECORDS
| upon glancing through It, saw Its
U. S. Morgan went to Portland
I merits, tucked it miller his arm and
Gertrud? Dillon, who is teaching hurried lo Francis Newherry, that
.onday on business.
Maud Wilson of the O. A. C. ex
qt Leaburg, Oregon, was home for famous old bookseller. Newherry was periment station staff attended the
Lola Moore became ill With flu a visit Sunday.
rail.er Indifferent about Its worth, but meeting of the Skip-a-week club at
The Cascade garage sold two new paid Johnson the equivalent of $300 Garfield yesterday. The meeting was
Mrs. Dora Harring has been ill for Chevrolet Coupes to Ted Saling and for It
attended by all the ladies of the
To Goldsmith, the sum was the price
te last few days.
and was the beginning of
Jack Watson, 1. st Saturday.
of liberty, as well ns shelter and food,
nnd he welcomed It as one would a a series of conferences which will
Newherry kept the have as an object the collecting of
manuscript for two years, until Gold information about what become* of
»milIt's "Traveler” having appeared the housewife's day. Eventually the
nnd proved successful, he thought he "formation will be published for the
might risk Its publication. It wns pub benefit of ail housewives. By tabu
ilshrd March. 1706. nnd In a month lating results from such investiga
j was In Its second edition,
tions all over the state, Miss Wilson
i Goldsmith, however, was not the
only author who suffered from Itr.- hopes to give farm women some
Asserting that the consumption of per pound cost. This is becauRe . ppi-unloslty Dickens. Johnson. Tltnrk- help in arranging their work so that
he soft varieties of berry fruit hag such a grower follows several prac era.v. Addison nnd Speed were at more leisure may be gained for rec
reation and culture.
ot increased in proportion to the tices which will always tend toward various times so pressed for money
that they did not know front where
reater acreage which has been plant- increased yields and lower per pound their next dollar was coming.—Market
GET LICENSE NOW
d in the past few years, Clayton C. costs. One of these is early spring for Exchange.
-<ong, extension horticulturist from plowing, in the case of bramble fruits
D sp ic ts D e 'c rt T r a f e d y
To Dog O w n e r » —It is absolutely nec
J. A. C., told a large audience of that require plowing, or early shallow
A grilli little iiieimlitn nf a tragedy essary that nil people owning dog*
ardeners here yesterday afternoon cultivation in the case of strawber ! of llie di'KPrl lui« lenti glveii lo thè should send in their license money
hat they had better go slow in set- ries. This early plowing or shallow ' U nive rsity of l ’cnnsvlvimln Ivy l ’rof to county clerk at Oregon Cfty on or
.Voliti tV lliirslihrrgiM of the Imtany ile
ng out new plants. He said that cultivation should be followed by p a ri meri t. It c onslsts of ilio ilrlcd unii before Saturday, March 19. $1.00
.tost of our small fruits are now on shallow summer cultivation frequent mumnilfled lioil.v of ii hoini-i! tomi, pii for male dogs and $2.00 for females,
ne verge of over-production and low enough to keep down all weed tn n g lrd a mone thè ciirveil «pitica of n ofter which date owners will be sub
ject to prosecution.
simili r n r t n «
Tlio »kilt of Die tm-fc
jrices, especially the eoft varieties growth.
[ less little unitimi wu» not |iiinrtnrctl
J. G. HAYMAN, Deputy
uch a* the Marshall and Oregon
Another important factor in low lq iiay place, hut Ita hlnd leg» weri
W. W. HOLDER, Deputy
trawberries, the red raspberry and ering the per pound cost i» the use f e tt o r n ) by Ilio fislt hook shnppil
thorna. a n d It luid apparenti.» dlcil a
he evergreen blackberry. This over of fftftU;¡H«r, From 125 to 200 slow
itosith of htiogpr and tlilrst. T he
NEW COATS RECEIVED
production is probably not true in pounds of nitrate of soda should be c ac tu s n p p e a r s lo he m u d i lotieher
he case of the loganberry and black- applied at once to each acre of small thiin Ita nnlimil vlrtlm . for titoligli It
A shipment of the latest style lid
timi been torti frolli Ita roots for sei
fruit planting* which show lack of crai w eeks It show ed no «Ini« of di» io’ coats in both drrss modes and
sport styles came for Rose’s today,
Berrygrowers are not justified in vigor. In th* case of strawberries tress a nd P ro fe ss o r Harslihergei 'oo late for advertising. They will
ncreasing their acreage of the first one half of this fertilizer should be stateli tliat Mieli pianta a re alile lo be on sale for two weeks. The COats
live w lthont a drop of Witter for sev
hree named varieties unless a con applied now and the balance in about orni yetirs. lylng oli a laboratory •.veie shipped from New York ar.d
.ode better time than Mr. Rose ex
tract is in sight with some large three weeks. On plantings which shelf.
Contracts are now being
signed up for loganberries, and the mal size fruit, thi* tam* amount of
1. Kirkwood, P a s t o r
canning varieties of strawberries, nitrate of soda, together with 300 to
such as the Ettersburg 121 and Clark
Sunday school at 10 a.m., Mr.
This is a good head, whatever it
seedling. Both of these varieties be used per acre. Where the plant She- rer, superintendent.
means. This next few lines ia to be
are rather fussy about the soil they ings show abnormal vigor and the
Service of worship at 11. As wc ibout the biggest, most stupendous
•will do well in and growers should be fruits tend to large size and soft are now in the Lenteh season, we oggregation of top-notch talent ever
careful to ascertain if their ranch ness, 300 to 400 pounds of super should especially seek the blessing assembled together under one roof
of worshipping together in God’s in the city of Estacada or in the
.s adopted to them before planting. phosphate alon* should be used.
«hole world for that matter. "Lay
The county agent, J. J. Inskeep, will
When asked about the prune situa
Christian Endeavor at the church t on strong,” said John Hayman
check on soil conditions for anyone tion, Mr. Long said that th* prospect in the evening, Evelyn Dibble, leader. who seems to be manager or some-
of marketing some of our prunes Christian Endeavor business meeting h;ng and that's what this is intend-
Only those grower* who are pro through the canning factories looks and Social will be held at the home -d to do.
of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Shibley, Friday
The whole show ia the funniest
ducing above average yields will bs very promising. If the Northwest evening, March 18,
riot of mirth you ever beheld. From
able to make money during the low cannerymen would put up one-third
he first curtain until the early morn-
George: Sunday school at 2 p.m. ng hours your rib* will know no
pries period. It is not the per acre as many Italian prunes as California
rest. (Thata’ pretty strong isn’t it?)
cost that should be kept low, Mr. cans of peaches, there would be very and church service at 3.
Before this is carried too far, it
Long pointed out, but the per pound little of our crop left for drying.
EAGLE CREEK CHURCH
might be well to say that there will
cost. Invariably, he said, it is the
Another visit of this expert has
Eagle Creek: Sunday school at be a minstrel show at the MethoJi.,;
grower who i* spending the most per been arranged by th* county agent 10:30 &.m. Christian Endeavor at Church April 8, about which an ac
acre who is producing at the lowest for some time in May.
count will be given next week.
7:13 p.m. Church service at 8.
iew Acreage for Some Kinds of Berries
Not Advised by O. A.C. Horticulturist