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Devoted to the Interests ot East n Clackamas County
ESTACADA, OREGON, THURSDAY. ,V «
Big Fourth of July Program Gladst- r Chautauqua To
County Agen Gives
No D ope on New Ford
Is Now Near at Hand
Have ' ume-ous Feature-
Many More Pointers
Car, Says Bob Cooke
Everybody come! This is the i I F eatur e..
~ ~ a r pageant-play
r • of ole.
anal w arning given to residents orlO reffon ' ae Old F rontier ,1 th
. . ..
„ ■ „ ! W iliam' ‘ 1 c. Valley C hautauqua, fo
v.cmitv. A w arn.i.g
a.n ...c 1927 v
held ¡„ it3 Gladstone
Because the m anagem ent of the big park, local c.l between Oregon City
ro u rth of Ju ly celebration will not and P er lend, July 12 to 24 inclu
oe responsible for the missed joy anc live.
che unenjoyed pleasure of those who
It is p’mined to make this pa-
are not ¡ire-sent.
g;ant-play c perm anent feature cf
Deutiir oi the athletic events have the C huutruqua, It this year b ainj
ju st oeen announced and will include produced Wednesday and Thursday
a ot) yard dash, one fo r boys and one July 13 and 14. Jam es W. Evans
to r g.i.s, broad jum p, potato -ace loi a professional pageant producer, ic
girls, a t'av men s race, fa t women i. the author and the director, and he
race, egg race, and many Oilier e .e n . brings upon tu t »trgt, si! th? r.K. !
to test me skill ol botn old and youiia who were noied in thc days from 1
1805 almost to the present time. A
v aluable prizes will be given foi total of 250 persons will take part
the winneis oi tne above events.
The fine chautr.uqun park is wel
H ie celebration win last all da; suited for this production being ii
^ b° th ^ , A feaUuo o f ‘the lectures will be _nd nignt, winding up with a miu the wild state created by nature
buyei and »Ulei.
,lie aucEr-on box, in which questions
m gnt inuunee a t tne Liberty tneatic The big trees and great rocks wil
of a religious n atu re are answered.
Growers of potatoes and prospec-
“ Rvoryone Is welcome to come to w an tne showing of H arry Languor, nmko a fine background for the tab
tive alfalfa growers will be interest
.. tbeylecture, , ” said Rev. Charles in “Tramp, Tramp, Tramp.”
of the pioneers who erm a to ihi |
ed in visiting George Kohl’s farm l ^ ith
section and made of it the paradise
• t Logan.
that it is. in which tq live.
Mr. Kohl has an excellent demon
1 am in the market for BiackCaps July 12— Luther College Band.
stralion of the value of the use
Blaicdeil Reported in Fine Dewberries, Lawton Blackberries,
July 13— Old Oregon Pageant.
commercial fertilizers on potatoes.
The plants in rows on which fertili-
S ...- pe -O . warning
ana Royal Ann V-horr.a». Cali ant July 14— Old Oregon Pageant
July 15— Grange Day.
zers " were used have made three-
see me. J. G. Hay man.
July 18— Stunt Day.
Bill Donovan retu rn ed from Idaho
tim es the grow th of check rows.
July 17— Preaching and Mt. Ilivot
A lfalfa on which lime was usee’ « ra n g e d providing an opponent is
is excellent in size and quality or found for Jack Glisan, who has yet
July 18— Political debate and play
the old ground while unlimed pioti. in be defeated. Glioan is one of
“ The Fool"
are a failure. On new ground the Thornton's best pupils, and is willing
July 19— Musical comedy con:pan; |
alfalfa crop is excellent w ithout the to meet any man at 135 pounds. He
and lecture in the evening.
use of lime but lime causes a larger is fast strong, and knows his stuff.
saeu i a 3 in
:u w onderful
.v ..» ...— mmily are moving into the hous. July 20— Orchestral Quintet.
grow th even here.
The use of lime on clover has made says Donovan, who thinks th a t his dormeldy occupied by Prof. Olsen July 21— Haskell Indian band and
, „ ‘
a large increase in growth,
legs are irpttinB*
g etting educated tO
July 22— Allpress All Star Trio.
hold Thornton down p re tty well. The and family.
i.ec .1 W right who hr .3 been in the July 23— Scotch Specialities and the
A t a join t field dem onstration logger h is made many im provements
meeting held recently by County i in handling himself and has gained hospital since his accident, which
A gent S. B. Hall of Multnomah uuite - bit of notoriety when he de necessitated the am putation of h s July 24— “ Billy” Sunday p-eachc-s.
'this gives but the highlights of
County and J. J. Inskeep of Clacka- Seated Jack C utler a t the W.O.tV. leg, is home again,
the 1027 assembly at Gl&dsCru
mas county on the farm of H. C. Kail r. month ago with Ivs pet hold.
park. Those interested should write
Compton and George Schaffer east Tack is a good man but was taken by
of Boring the visitors saw the value surprise.
„ . but now pastor of the T urner Memo, to E. A, Keen, secretary, Oregor
of the use of a complete commercial
Thornton will meet Blaisdell ir. ial Christian church, was here T huis City, for thc complete program. Thc
:ozt of a two-week’s vacation a
fertilizer on the early potato crop, tho afternoon at thc Pavilion and wil. day,
Gladstone park is very small. Hun
Fertilized potato plants were eas- tusrie with Donovan in the evening
Mrs. Gates and daughter, Erm a, Jrcds of folk live in tents on thc
ily three times the size of un ferti- at the Liberty theatre.
of Gresham visited friends here 0 .. grounds, making a happy community
lized plants. Th :3 difference in size
Wednesday and were the lum heo
of plants brought up the question of
the difference to be expected in the
guests of Mrs. J. Robinson of G:-r
size and num ber of potatoes on the
B e G i v e n &i r t l g i i wiCHO.
iSERTV THtflfRE PP.0GW
Ed Linn and H arry Snyder were
Growers present chose typical hillc
^ froe dem onstration of the- lates
in fertilized and unfertilized rows bak;ng n-.cthods will be given in thr
in both E arliest of All and Early . , . schooi auditorium Wednesday
Friday and Sat, July 1-2
Mrs. Dora H erring has moved int
Rose varieties. The
uniertm zed Tf u rsd ry an d Friday, July 6 to 9 one of the John Page houses.
Fred Thompson in
hills had seven potatoes while the ^ y y v
A i Humphreys,
» tm u fin iv ,,-,--
Mrs. Gayle Miss.er, Miss Evelyn
f t tilized hills had seventeen pota coti ve of thc
n Mills of Port
THE REGULAR SCOUT
toes of large size and quality.
Acre yields on these farm s will be
-__ th< Stayton spent Sunday with thc Alv.
Everyone „ is ............
secured at harvest tim e and thc re dc,raanslrat-;ons, which will includ- Smith family.
Sunday, July 3
suits given to the public together ;n stru ction in how to make biscuits
Mrs. L. a . Fashing and daughter
w ith the costs of the additional yield. pafitry. bread and cakes of all kinds
Mrs. Humphreys will end her sts; M argaret, and Lee Yerks o i Por.
A. W. Barger, tester, and Clyde here by serving hot b'seuits at ;h .and called on Dr. and Mrs. W. \V
Vvinvo, secretary, make the following Estacada meeting of the Greatc Rhodes Friday.
Monday, July 4
•oort for May fo r the Clad: mas Union of Clubs Saturday night,
Michael Haney of Salem visite.
-nty Cow testing Association.
o f special interest to women con
, re arc 546 cows on test.
te m p i« in g attending one of th Mr. and Mrs. Alva Smith Sunday.
— Robert F;-z
i .!1 fo u r high purebred herds bc- baking dem onstrations is the an
w F Fischer, Boring. Jcr- ounceme.it th a t an angel cake wil cipal of the high school for next yea.
r Xanne, Conby. Jerseys; bc given away each day to the lad;. nas moved into the Dora Herring
Gresham. Ilolsteins: ar.c' ¡ 10 idmir the lucky number,
A Big Indian Thriller
s. a . Hal.,
, rs Molalla. Jerseys.
u r3 Humphreys is from Oregor house. Mr. Buell comes from Mora
Oregon, where he has been the pro
n>_-^ l r
herds belong to C A gricultural College.
The high gra*..
lessor of the high school for uirce
Ji5ra ^ ' Canby, -vg and George
r A P I C rp C F Y
4th of July, Midnight Mac.
years and is highly recommended.
Kraft. Canby. Jor.c
L A u L t LKLLK
Mr. and Mrs. G haney Bartholomew
Harry Lc.ngdor in
Koehler, Jerseys am.
' a];a had the
Buxton B rothers, Mo
> hest pro-
Miss Ruth Glover spent, severa' and daughter, Lila, of Echo and lira. TRA¥R TRAfcT TRAVP
iirst third and fourth h,
’ . 7 , 73.9 days in P ortland visiting friends.
Mary Bartholomew of Heppner spen
lucing cows, producing 7.
Oliver Suter, who works a t Brida Friday at the home of Mr. and » in
rid 71.9 lb 3 . o" fat.
Veil, is home fo r a few days.
George Koehler registered T
jt ;ss F ern Clute and Miss Eloise Fred Bartholomew.
Wed. snd Thurs., July 8-r
Mr. and Mrs. Jim D eardorf from
laude was second highest with
F. ' -child came out from Portland on
is. of fat.
■Vjdr.y evening to attend the weiner Salem are spending a few days here. rhe UNKNOWN SOLDIER
at given by the C hristian Endea-
Mrs. Vernie Duus returned iro..
a short visit with her brother, Char
”-uliday evening. July 8 , thc
WHERE TO WORSHIP
-hool will have a Children’s lie Kandle, of Garbaldi.
R. T. C arter and T. H. Sherrari
m a t the church. It wil!
A surprise, was given Mrs. Ed f • Undly
prog S -;.
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atu re of a ________
patriotic bave been in the m ountains fo r thc
iricon in honor of h e - birthday, also be in th.
dial invitation is ex- past three days instructing the me
e cream, straw berries and cake service. A cor
Bible School at 10 a. m. Com
ere served. A very p ln s c n t time tended to all.
-ett of Portland of the forest service,
munion service a t 11 a. m.
Christian Endeavor r t 7 p. m.
Yon -r e cordial'y inv’tcd to a t
and Mrs. W atson and ~
-'re-ched Sunday n
• the Sunday wdtb quite a serious accident Friday
Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Dodson and church. Rev. E v erett 1 . yr.sb y tery .
h h d
tend all Mir services. The’-c w il b
Iran. Mr. and Mrs. Jubb and
no preaching service until fuithe
»-hool missionary fo r this
tt were when
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. . hlS hea<\
n. Mr. LaCroy. Mr. and Mrr Me-
G rant Test and Rev. Evei
home was necessary to take two stitches notice.
Tom W atson’s brother from Eng
>mb and sons. A lbert end Bud. Mr ~uests at the W illiam Sanders
id Mrs. Howe and children. M’-s. H. on Sunday.
t land is visiting him. He is impresses
here Friday and Saturday.
•own and children, and Miss Marie
Miss rc rirm e Trullingor
• with the beauty of Oregon.
A baby d.au<'hter was born
shower last week fo r Miss Doroth
Mildred Rhodes, who has been vi- end Mrs. Jake Per.ner on Wcdnes
Mrs. Fieken. who is baek from -hillips, who was m a m td on \V ednes
e hospital. ¡3 feeling fine aga n.
l?y *o Jam es Lar.vier of
’ j sitint,” in Portland, retu rn ed Friday. dnv, June 22, who has been n me
A nnette Francis.
Mrs. Brown, a daughter
ivir. An enjoyable
enjoyam c evening was 3!>ent’
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Mrs George Lawrence returned
M ss Thelma Sunderland of Port
d Mrs. J. W. Mnttoon arrived on he guest of honor received a num-
•ram a v ' e ^ ’s rts *1 with her son, C. land visited at the Sylvester Lav.
tu rd av from Albany.
Te - of
home on Sunday.
Mrs W. T. jr a r ti o r and Mrs. John
Jliss Cleia Phillips. who_ is em B. L aw rence of Seaside.
Rev. and Mrs. Dunlop soent .a f c
Cror; has retu rn ed from
ittoon, who are in the Oregon City ->,;;ed in P o rtk n d . was a t aome
days lest week on their farm arro?
snital are both doing fine
W ednesday of las' week.
Seattle where he spent the w inter the river.
Mr. Smith of London. England
FIR E WORKS 1
Mrs Lcatcr Townsend visited h
visiting his gist-r. Mrs. W sfson.
Got them at Linn’s. The kind with his son.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Linn were Esta mo’her. who is in the Portiand Sari
J. E. LaCroy is ? ir:ng u r his pork
WCn’t sta rt fires!
Clenr Creek, ru ttin g up " rrs*
:ada visitors on Sunday
Mrs Donnv and son, Georg® vlt
am and more ta b ’es. Mr. Carve-,
Miss Lydia Matson oi Portland | v ] ^
daugj,ter. Mrs. Manville, of
uled the lum ber down on his rail-
can bc rem oved by E lectric
! Mrs. Fletcher, supennten-ent o
Mr. Hamilton and his son. Jam .* Dehydration. No cutting, blee din- ,u . w .ek-end.
»< and I Mrs. M.
Clat ^ the Wilcox a. Memorial
ire in Oregon City on business on or loss o f tim e. New Process.
n ed or, Mrs.
Dr. M. M. MACKEY
A num ber of n-ople from here
here Monday. Mr. Byers had thc
Mrg to ll with h -r two chiid 'en
>nt to Orogon City last week to 209 Panam a Bldg., Portland. On*.
hardw a-e store here a few years ago. 0f Sout'nfork is visiting her mothe
tend the funeral o f Mr. L" -.k;rs
Mrs. Susan W hitbeck of Portland in O regon C ity .__________________
10 H;ed suddenly on June 20 from •
a rt failure: Mr. Cankms was for-
apent the week-end with friends.
srlv - v Ytola.
Dr ' Hewitt and two gr ndsuns. \
Dr. M. M. Marlindele
Mrs. Ed Miller has been on the
:k list for the p- «t few days
, t , 1 ,. -,— Meeting o t the L ibrary Ju n io r and Bob, of Portland epci"1 1
A rock crusher has been installed Ass ir iati«« it 2:30 p. m. at the li S aturday at his farm in Garfield.
F red Saling of Corvallis visited j
this part of the country and road brary. Everybody is invited th a t is
of Oregon City
■irk is coing on in full swing.
»fr. William Graham, the rura;
G «t th e m »* L in n 's . T h e k in d
irri«r. has purchased a new Fort’. - .T„tr 5— Series of lectures hv the
«deter H;s brother. A nd-, ir car- Catholic T ru th Society a t big chape. t h a t w o n ’t s U r t fire e !
•ing mail while Bill is on has vae 3
Monday and Friday eve
DR C. L. HAYNES
Hr experts to he hack on the ' “ r>
EYE? GHT SPECIALIST
a about the rtrst
Drat of July.
Ju,„ __g.-p iocai ee’eb rat'o n in
nings after six o’clock.
Little D orothy Andrews of Port l-K, tacada P ark und(.r the auspices of Glasses F itte d — Reasonable Prices
tge'es. is visiting with her aunt.
r . , nd
315 Mohawk Bldg , 3rd and Morrison
Office at Linn’t Inn
-a J. McComb, this sum m-r.
. . . .
over Roberts B ros.,'P ortland, Oregon
July 9 - E s t a c . d a m eeting of the
Numerous requests come to the
Boh Cooke Local
County A gent's office for in forma-
‘“ ¡.ably bc available in the
tion conceri.ing a wide variety o f near *u ,u.e
th a t none have been
agricultural products and fo r var- received yet.
ious mailing lists. Some of these re-
“ Dealers have not been advised as
quests are 01 doubtful purpose and
prom ptly reach the waste basket. Qn thc n;arkct t" .said Cooke today.
O ther requests help the grow ers mar-
ket th eir products and receive care-.
. . iifji
Catholic bocrety VV ill
New York and Baltimore Seed
Give Lecture Series
houses have requested th a t the Agem
get them in touch with growers o f
vetch seed. A S eattle firm in the . A series of lec tu re s sponsored by
m arket for rye grass recently ..site. I
a ^ o lic T to to
for the names of several grow ers Oi I d e.n ered fiom th e .r .aige
this crop. A New York firm want
starting n e a t l u e 8 da> by K et.
lng to purchase ginseng recently ,e- ] (n a r ie s M iu th secretary o .
quested a list of the names of gin I tholic T ruth Society of
seng growers in Clackamas County
-¡cv. Smith is well k n o ^ to radio
Those are typical examples and , b a i l o r s having been featured over
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G*c cr Cl-ckr.-.nas Union of Club.
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