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Devoted, to the Interests ot Eastern Clackamas County
ESTACADA, OREGON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1927
V-íMF.R R E S I D E N T S O F N O R T H
D A K O T A T O P I C N I C A U G . 14
LOGANBERRY GROW ERS
fee f i
The fourth annual gathering o f for
J j i c c M a n u fa c t u r er s Fail to O p en R e
mer residents o f North Dakota will be
c eivin g Station; Ray Mailing
I held at Silverton again this year Sun-
Closes Until P ea r Sea so n
A II V ' A h * ’
j ' day, August 14. A record attendance
E N V Y IN G T H E LUCKY MAN
Blackberry Harvest is Now
Mrs. A . !l. »tfli S^iil ill tn a rg e ;s expected at the number presen
The negotiation with the .juice man
B y E d g a r A. Guest
last year was approximately seven
On; Farmers Bnsy
of Floral Department
growers to establish a berry receiving
Had I workid as hard as he
The Silverton city park is an ideal
station in Oregon City will not be
Blackberry harvest is now under
Not only will there be special prizes
Just as rich I now might be.
place for the gathering, as there is
wa> in the fields in this vicinity. A
ofi'e.cd in the livestock, poultry,
1 had books I could have read
plenty o f room, lots of shade trees
can purchase berries that have laid meeting was heid ..t the canery in
Boys’ and Girls’ departments at the
But I chose to play instead.
and tables upon which to spread the
over from !ast year cheaper.
Gresham last Saiurday by the glow -
1927 Clackamas County fair, but also
When in school I couldn't see
picnic lunches. There is also a spien-
Since the Ray Mailing „-antiing com era to study the details of how
in the domestic science and floral de
What my lessons meant to me,
did swimming place ar.u a life guard
pany have stopped taking Inga iber-
But I wish I ’d studied now
is on hand to look after the safety of
r'es from the growers a great loss 'ills, when the following conclusions
The superintendents of the domes--
When the 3« eat is on my brow.
This feature is a
has been caused. The growers are
ere -eached and instructions sent to
tic science and floral departments,
I could never rest content
great attraction to the young people.
disappointed and dissatisfied, think ..II the growers:
Mrs. A. H. Knight o f Canby, and Av
Till my money all was ?pent
A short program has been arrang
ing that it is not right that the mar
“ Pick over ripe berries in cannery
on Jesse o f Barlow, have succeeded in
Had 1 saved the same as he
ed, but most of the time will be spent
ket should be shut off.
-rates for barrel,ng. 'rick in double-
securing special prizes that will be
Just as rich I now might be.
in renewing old acquaintanceships
Some berry growers immediately es deck shipping crat -3 only berries that
the means of interesting many to ex
He went plodding on his way
and in making new friends.
tablished buisness relations with the are firs class and not very ripe. Keep
hibit this year.
Working hard from day to day.
All former residents o f North Da
Libby, McNeil & Libby cannery in ■rates with fully ripe berries in sep
The Canby State bank is to give
Now I wish, as he rides by
kota are invited and urged to come
Portland that is taking all the ber arate stacks and mark on both ends
a cash prize for the best individual
That as nicely fixed were I.
and they should bring well filled
ries. These growers are furnishing of the crate above the hand hole F.
exhibit o f preserves.
berries that were picked at the right R. and your scale number, also put
baskets and be prepared to have a
It is useless to complain,
For the best canned vegetables the
time. Other berries that are too ripe you- scale number, on all shipping
good time. Hot coffee in abundance
And to envy him is vain
Canby First National bank will give
are not taken by the cannery.
will be served by a committee from
crates. These crates that are marked
For the self-same chance which he
a cash priz- o f $3.00
the state organization.
Those berry patches near Oregon
. F. for fully ripe will be used in
For the best four jars o f canned
City and on the highway are being local shipments a3 they will not carry
What he studied hard to learn
fish Carlton & Rosenkrans Company,
picked by individuals and in that way u the long haul in eastern •hipnients.
I refused that way to earn.
of Canby, will give an aluminum dish. Weekly Ccunfy Agent News
the growers are selling what is left of This is very important. Also be sure
For the best canned fruit exhibit J.
.o fill the hallocks evenly and fill the
R. Vineyard's store at Canby will give
There will be a big demand for
rates to not less than 18 lbs. of ber-
a dozen quart jars, winner to select
C. L. Long, Extension Horticul
Call him lucky? Well, it’s true,
pears when that season opens the lnt
es. Th:s is also very important and
turist o f the Oregon Agricultural
Luck was ready for me, too.
> ter part o f August as reported by pen
3 "¡so decided to do the picking
The Northwqg^rn Bulb Company College will direct dusting demon
But back then I couldn’t see
pie who are watching the fruit mar n the cool o f the day, starting at
bulbs valued at $2.50 strations in the prune orchards of
Just what work would do for me,
ket. There see .ns to be a pear short 4 :30 a. m. and if possible get the
for the best assortment of jellies and John Davis, Carus and A. W. Botkin,
Had I made it my concern
age in Washington and California berries all picked by noon and deliv
Estacada, August 9th and 10th re
/a,ns, S’ x each, no two t h e .
All 1 could in life to learn,
and a great demand for Oregon pears ered as soon as possible to the can
This company will also give tulip spectively.
Had I worked and saved, then I
This will help to bring the fruit mar nery. By doing this the berries will
These meetings are called for 6 a.
bulbs, valued at $2.50 for the o ^ f'a ,-
Might have caught luck’s smiling eye.
ket up again.
oe cool and this will heip them to
soitment o f preserves, at least six n. At this hour the air is still and
Ray Maling cannery will re-open keep longer in shipping.
varieties, winner's choice.
the dust more easily applied. One-
its receiving station at Farr Bros,
“ lie sure to keep the berries in the
There will be a prize of $5. for the alf acre in each oerhard in the Davis
feed store at the beginning of the shade rs soon as picked as they (urn
best canned fruit display, the second .ad Botkin orchard will be dusted
pear season in August.
red if exposed to the sun. Use only
prize being $2.50. Other prizes are ■v h sulphur for control of brown
four nails in a cover, one in each cor
offered in this department for can ,t in the prune crops. These treat-
ESTACADA B A N D G I V E S DANCE ner of the cover. Be sure to put the
ned fruit, jellies, fish, bread, butter, ed plots will later be compared with
''¡eats on the outside. Handle very
.rees receiving no dust.
cakes pies and cookies.
The Estacada hand will give one o ’ carefully, and if you follow these in
According to Mr. Jesse the floral
Clackamas C,aunty poultry raiser
the best dances that has ever b ee structions you Will hive done your
display this year will be given better • ecently remarked that he could stay
given in this part o f the country next p art towards making a success o f the
and larger than that o f last year and ir. the poultry business oniy so long
Saturday night. August 0. They arc shipping, and you will get a better
added space will he necessary. This is he could raise pullets. This was
anxious to have everyone come out price for your berries.— Gresham
is to be provided by the flooring of a logical conclusion. 1st. Complaints
and dance a few steps with them and Out-ook.
the opening heretofore used as sky i c now coming to the county agents
enjoy the * ’enir.g. They are goinj
light for the first floor. New light? u'fice o f troubles with the 1927 pul
the Ywoffty-fi'-st annua! Multno
to have some music that cannot be
are to be installed on that floor sc let crop.
excelled no matter where you go to mah County Fair opened at Gresham
that the needed space is provided for
Many poultry raisers in order to
dance and the floor is in fine shape on August 2nd and will close the 7th.
the floor and other booths on the ,.ccp early hatched pullets from com-
and large enough for everyone t( This year's fair should be the banner
ng into production too early, cut
have a most enjoyable evening of ■me o f the entire twenty-one years,
This year it will be necessary that 'own on the amount of feed given to
¡round improvements have been
all flowers, to bo entered for prizes
lie birds. The most successful poul-
nado to the extent of s c ,al thous-
After publishing the Eastern Clackamas News for the past throe
be in their places by midnight pre-
•y raiser3 insist that the pudets ent-
ruh o f dollars. Another new bulld
4 H CLUBS TO DEMONSTRATE
weeks for H. B. Snyder, o f The Peoples Store, am proud to say that
ceeding the fuir, and that all exhibit? l the winter months in a fat thrifty
og, known as the Bi ys and Girls
we have completed a deal whereby we have taken over Mr. Snyder’s
ors must grow the flowers themselve.
mdition, the fatter the better. Cut-
club building has been erected at a
The first day at the Clackamas
which they are to enter.
ng down on the feed causes the bird
interest in the News and will have complete control of the same.
■ost of $20,000. A grandstand has
county fair wiil b, children's day an'
A special prize o f $7.50 will he giv
become thin and light and detracts
aen placed on top o f this building
en to the garden club in ¡he county from future usefulness.
which will scat several thousand peo
endeavor to show those children who
past three months have returned to their former home In Seattle,
for the best exhibit o f flowers, not
If the flock ’ is commencing to
ple and the race track has been en
are not members the work o f the
They intend taking a months vacation on the sound
les. than 30 named varieties, the sec ay. the amount o f animal protein in
rol/ reconstructed and horsemen
ond prize to be US.00.
he mash may be diminished but in
who tried out the track in condition*
where Mr. Paul’s father has a camp and 3onte time in September Mr.
chosen by each club, wiii compete in ig 'heir horses pronoun- d it ne of
The first prize for the best dis no case should the future layers be
Pauli will enter the airplane business where he will help assemble
their demonstration work to deter i> fastest tracks in the Northwest.
play o f cut flowers bv an amateur tarved. There the protein is taken
mine the best demonstration team in Here is a chance to see sonic o f the
■om 'he mash, bone meal prepared
V-ill be $5.; second, $3; and third, $2.
There will be a special prize for the for chickens should be added.
■est races o f the season.
Our predecessors have all published good newspapers but wo are
Entertainments o f stunts are also
best display o f gladioli to be made by jme cases as high as 10% bone meal
$.10 000 in pi'.yiun. h iv * been
going to endeavor to publish a bcUt-r one if it is possible to do so.
being planned by the 4 II clubs to in
a florist or commercial grower. This n the mash is desirable.
’fe "d by 'lie fair management to be
We can have the best small town newspaper in the stale if everyone
will be $7.50, the second prize to be
Many poultry flocks suffer from
divided among many i..,iih:t<
A special girls' booth will be shown cluding the livestock division with its
that knows any news will tell it to us or call us on the phone and let
lack o f green feed during July and
this year under the supervision of horses, entile, swine, go. , ■ end other
us print it. We want country correspondents in every neighborhood
Other special prizes will be given ir. ’.ugust. Green feed is as essential in
Mr. I. A. Humphrys. The girls will entries in this section. This amount
summer as in winter and birds forc
a ound Estacada and will send them the paper free, and furnish them
give demonstrations o f sewing, cook of premiums will bring best the re is
There will be many new attractions 'd to go without a sufficient amount
with paper and stamped envelopes to send their news in. if theie is
ing and canning.
at the county fair this year. Among ire subject to colds, fail to gain in
in the state out and one should not
not a correspondent in your locality plerre call • t th;s office and let
During the entire four days the pass up the opportunity ot seeing
these will he polo games between the weight and are subject to diseases.
county boys and girls clubs will hav< these entries. There arc only three
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Thompson of
Portland Hunt club and the Seventh
booths and demonstrations in the big days left o f the fair and they are
paper already has a good live bunch of neighborhood news gathers
United States Infantry team o f Van Canby are using grass for summer
couver Barracks, two o f the outstand green feed. This crop furnished suc
.lie best days so lets a'l go o c, and
and wo are proud of them and want them to continue as they have
'■•pond one day seeing the th:n y that
ing polo teams o f the Northwest.
culent green shoots during ¡he hot- i
Have several good ranges all in re .vor'h seeing ail coli c .? I in a
Another now attraction will be the est weather and in addition furnish- 1
It also takes a good deal o f money to keep the paper going and
first class condition. C om ' in and
and we ar sure u,at everyone
whippet races on the race track.
look these over—-at Pointer's Furni
Twelve cows in the Clackamas
going to get h;3 moneys worth.
the editor oating so we will have to have the support of every busi
Portland day will be one o f the
days scheduled, and on that day there Cow Testing Association were found |
ness man in Estacada and will help them to write an ad that has the
Edwin Bates attend the Annual Old
will be the whippet race and polo :o be unprofitable and disposed o f ;
best pulling power because we are vitally interested in this town now
Have several good ranges all ir Settlers Picnic held at Sandy last
game, although there will be thesi and one cream separator was d s-
first class condition. Tom' in an Sunday. Re meet a few poo; ie that
features on other days o f the fair.— plactd by a new one according to the
get together and pull together and we are sure to forge ahead. The
look these over— at Pointer's Furn - he had not seen for about 4<5 years.
June report o f A. M. Barger, tester |
Oregon City Courier.
:nd Clyde Ringo, secretary o f the i
Newspaper needs your help and you need its help.
John Page is just opening up a new
O f course we arc in need o f money at all times but at this time
It is reported that a Gre at Bull furniture tore here . nd h,- says he
Five hundred and twenty-nine cow?
we are very badly in need o f it as it is going to be hard for us to get
Run loir, covered three hundred acre
s goinp 'a sell the best nerchundise
epresenting twenty-five herds in
Mrs. Robert Currin entertained the
but is now under control.
at the lowest possibh
rice and "s
strated and make both ends meet and if there is anyone knowing
iacknmcs and Multnomah counties
bridge club with a luncheon and after
heap ns the mail ordir houses. Mr.
re under supervision o f Mr. Barger,
noon bridge Thursday. Honors in
' ' h .1. C. Duus family enjoyed a
go buys his furniture direct from
lach herd is visited once a month and !
same and let us get acquainted with you at the same time.
cards fell to Mr-. Bose D enying and
fam 'ly reunion at the home o f Mr. he factory and he therefore cuts out
'he milk weighed and tested for one
Mrs. Herman Gohring. Those pre
and Mrs. Johnie Duus at White Sal i he middle mans profit. II receiv-
The Eastern Clackamas News will be known as a strictly Inde
day. The other days the
sen'; were: Mrs. Bose Demming. Mrs.
. ion Sunday.
•I a shipment last Wednesday and
-e ghs the milk.
Herman Gohring, Mrs. Dave Eshel-
•ve saw some mighty good furniture
Members o f the association rece've
square deal and. if at any time you think that, v.e arc not doing this
man, Miss June Oakley, Mrs. Dan Al
Little Maerose Bartholomew spent '-hat can be bought at the right price.
.aluable information from the asso-
len, Mrs Raymond Lovelace, Mrs. 'V.
tell us and explain why you think we are not and we will make it
Monday with her cousin, June Forbes,
ation tester who recommends prop
J. Moore and the hostess.
Ur. and Mrs. W. E. Dunn, o f Los
er and economical rations for each
Ar,pel's. Calif., Mr. and .
era according to the feed the owner
Mr. and Mrs. Harry t." Barre wore I as on hand.
Mr. and M i3. Chnr'ey Sparks an !
<•! son. o f Seattle, W ish., Mrs. G.
ery run at any time and wo will do all that is in our power to-make
nio’ sin ly surprised Sunday writ n
son Milton, spent the week end in 1
The three high purebred herds for j
Mrs. John Dunn whom they hadn’t June wore Jerseys belonging to W.
you feel at home and explain the workings o f the machinery. We are
; fir. and Mrs. E ier Hughes, o f Port-
seen for fifteen yerrs called on them. F. Fischer, Boring, J. C. Kraft, Jr.
; ii'1 Mr a id Mrs. J. F. Johnson o f
Mrs. Dunn .was accompanied by her Their herds produced an avr- are o f
Mrs. Eva Salini» o f Gresham visited ; Longview, Wash., spent the week end
at the Bartholomew home Friday.
at be J. R. Hughes home to celebrate
"7.7. 10.1, and 39.2 pounds o f butter
F R E D
L. H A Y N E S
i . . Hughes’ birthday.
fat for each cow.
Editor and PubesHer.
Ri'hiyH G art r o f Newbcrg is s»< -
Mr. and K rx Ray Schumwny ere
nigh grade herds belonged to
ing a few days here.
Mr. end ’ Trt. V, niter Rsmrer and
living over Linn's Inn for a short Christ Kraft, Jerseysavith 42 pounds
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. McCorrniek ale
time. Mr. Smith !s employed by the ’ A : Be Nelson Hol3teins, 42 pounds
The Werr >n Construction Company
Mrs. Walter Evans of East St
Wo have one good as new Fair picnic dmner with he D'iP >n's in the
P. E. P. Cotr.mnv on the night fe* and John Kraus. Ho steins with have finished the cement shoulder Lou’s 111. f. ,,,'ped in Esta.adu. Sun-
39.3 pounds fat.
on the Sandy road ' o n FMrv'ew ’ay on her way to the E. Cromer banhs-Morae IT; hois* pow,- gaso- j latter’s gi >ve on Sunday.
Mrs. Rainser, Minnie S hrepel and
Are. to Park road. Tiiey are now ’. o w in Sp-ingv/ater where a family !ine engine f r sale cheat; if taker: it
1 * i v M:
rmi’ V were teachers in Es-
If in need of first class baby bugy making a detour necessary in Rose- reunion wai M i Mrs. Evans is a MH
e Smith r-4 Renry Boyer
j tacads high school several years ago.
cousin to Mrs. Cromer.
*i tine Exe! ngt.
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NUMBER O f TIMES IN PAST 3 YEARS, WAS
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