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Devoted to the Interests ot Eastern Clackamas County
ESTACADA, OREGON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1927.
FIVE RING CIRCUS
P flG IM V COMING
Ringing Bros, and Barnum
& Bailey to Bring Sac
red White Elephant
and Other Big
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Mr. J. T_ Irwin
is painting his
L. E. Trexell have moved into the
Kimbles property _
Mrs. Mary Okley, o f Seattle is
visiting at the home o f Mrs. Mary
Mrs. Wallace Smith went to Seattle,
Wash., last Saturday to visit her
mother for a few days.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
DANGEROUS TO SMOKE
On Forest, Brush or Grassland
1. While Stopping in a Safe Place Clear o f All Inflam
mable Material or
2. Inside of Vehicle on Two-Way Highways, or ..
Mr. Denning is improving nicely.
Chuck Crofford moved
Bronson house Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Douda were Sunday
guests at the J. T. Irwin home
Mrs. Jake Penner was called to
Canada Sunday, where her mother is
THE YOGUiVI LUMBER
CO. VICTIM OF BIG FIRE
Estacada had One of the Hot
test Fires in Its History
When Entire Stock
of Lumber Co.
Mrs. R. L. Douglass is visiting at
3. During or Right After a Heavy Rain, or
Between 4:15 and 4:30 Saturday
the home of Mrs_ Denning for a few
Wallace Smith and C. Clark of Ore
Yep, youngsters, it’s really true!
morning the clang of the fire bell was
4. Above Timber Line, and
Meaning that a rumor heard some gon City spent the week end at Wal
I heard calling the firemen and resi
time ago is now confirmed by the lace Smith's mountain ranch.
5. After Smoking, Put Out All Lighted Material..
dents o f Estacada to one o f thc most
official announcement that the Ring-
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Weingart, and devastating fires that has occured in
ling Bros, and Barnum & Bailey Com
son have taken rooms at Hotel Esta this vicinity for some time, burning
Mrs. Henry Kitching and Mrs. W.
The Law Prohibits Throwing Away Any Burning
bined Shows will positively exhibit J. Moore were in Portland shopping
cada for the present.
j The Yocum Lumber Company entire
Matches or Tobacco, or Other Lighted Material in a
at Portland Friday August 26.
l y out o f business.
At that time the world's first and
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Snyder are
The fire started from an unknown
only five ring circus will be within
L. C. Posson visited his brother in
Forest fires from smokers result from thoughtless
cause and was first discovered by
easy reach o f local sawdust fans. the Good Samaritan hospital Sun
ranch this week
Mrs. Hansen, who lives in the apart-
ness and carelessness. They are on the increase. Rem
With it will come the only genuine day.
1 ments above the News Office, and she
white elephant ever brought to Am
Mr. L. C. Lawerence, formerly of
immediately turned in the fire alarm
the forest regions.
erica. He is “ Pawah,”
Estacada, visited Thursday at the G.
Mr. and Mrs. V. Drisco from Port-
but before anyone could get to the
famed sacred white pachyderm from
E. Lawerence home.
, land, visited Mrs. Jack Hayden a few
I scene o f the fire it was beyond con
Burma, who will be the formost
days last week
trol and would have been useless to
feature of a menagerie composed of
S. W. Lawerence and daughter, of
try to put it out or save any part of
more than a thousand animals.
Portland were guest at the G, E.
On Sunday August 14, 1927 the
Below we reprint a letter received
j the lumber yard.
C. Kiggins and family were guests
The big show is now a third larg
Lawerence home Saturday.
first reunion o f the Lemon family was last week from Mr Armstrong ask-
Enough credit cannot be given the
er than it was when it last visited
held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W_ ing our co-operation with the Forest
this locality. Enormous new displays in Dodge Sunday.
Vernon Andorson was a dinner volunteer fire fighters o f Estacada
L. Shriner about four miles east of Service and to print the forest ser-
have been introduced such as ninety
guest at the G. E. Lawerence home fo the splendid work they did in sav
Estacada. It also being a time set to vice news, which we will gladly do
ing the buildings around the fire as
T. J. Craig, the state game com-
zebras, camels and horses perform
over a million |ce!ebrate the birthdays o f four mem- and will also help it in any way that
it was so hot that it was very near
ing at one time on a mamoth pedes missioner, liberator
bers o f thc famlly fall,n^ ncar V1“ we can’ ' ou wi“ find a11 of the fo1"
tal. On a similar series of circular trout last week and expects to liberate
Mr. and Mrs. B. V. Cook, who were impossible to stand within fifty feet
____ • „ . ___ f . „ date. It was with regret one member est service news of interest and try
1 visiting at the C. Kiggins home, re of the fire but the boys kept a steady
raised platforms thirty-two o f the over two million more in a short time.
and his family were not present, his and help them by following mstruc-
shows forty-three elephants dance,
turned to their home in Los Angeles stream o f water on the buildings and
birthday being near this time too.
tions when you are dealing with fire
i thereby kept the fire from spreading.
run and perform in unison with the
Mr_ and Mrs. Dome, o f Seattle,
At about 1 o ’clock a beautiful din- because fire can get out of control
The estimated loss of the Yocum
topmost o f the ponderous actors Wash., visited friends in Estacada,
ner was spread on the lawn and all very easily,
Mrs_ C. N. Patterson, o f Portland, Lumber Company is between $10,000
twenty feet above the ground. Prior last week. Mrs. Dome will be remem
did ample justice to the dinner._
Mr. Fred L. Haynes,
is visiting at the home o f here daugh to $12,000. They had insurance cov
to this gigantic display five herds of bered as Miss Bacon.
________________ The afternoon was spent in visiting,
Editor, Eastern Clackamas News,
ter, Mrs. C. Gibbons, for a few days. ering about $2,000 worth of their
elephants appear in the five seperate
,1 Those presetn to enjoy the day
j lumber. The Yocum boys have been
rings. A t another time the rings are
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Jossy and
I were: Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Shriner and i Dear Sir:
R. A. Moore and family, o f Port working very hard the last six or
given over to five companies of lib I daughter are spending a weeks va
daughter Lois, Mr. and Mrs. R. E.
Upon receipt o f the News this week
erty horses. At still another juncture cation on the beaches at Tillamook. , Davi8 Glenn and LaRae Davis, M r.J read the article on change o f own- land, were Sunday guests at the John eight months in getting their timber
sawed into lumber and hauled here
o f the program 200 of the show's
to their yard and they had just a-
90& horses, each ridden by an expert, I After the fir. here Saturday morn- j
P o r t l ^ M r ? ! ^
1 ,# l t 1 , h ° “ ‘ dv W r * e y o u f M l ‘
Vnintar ¡a nnfHrwr nn
E en and Brenice
Portland, Mr». ¡ng that you would be glad to con-
Mrs. Newberge, Mrs. John Nort- bout finished the job when the fire
a r ? seen in the brillian maneuvers. in«,
lunds mother, has arrived to spend came an destroyed their labors and
Of the sixteen hundred people car ! roofs on the News office and his own fn / o î e ^ M r “ n d U n Î h ï ÏchoTk tinUe, the
i o l l ü W e d b y t h e form '
the remainder of the summer with lumber in a very short time. The Yo
ried on tour this season more than ! place of business, The Pointer s Fur-
S h o c k ’s mo her Mrs Mar
"S*?™ o ff helPin* the Fore,it Sel"
l a n d ™r8‘ ®c'10c*'' s mother, Mrs. Mar- vice bring information o f local inter- her.
cum boys are undecided as to whether
eight hundred are the world’s fore niture Exchange
gret Schock, and 3ister Miss Elta est to the territory reached by your
they will start another yard here or
; Schock, her birthday also being the nancr
Mr. and Mrs. Jossey and daughter not. If it would not have been for the
ground and lofty gymnasts, high wire
Mrs. Jennie Lyons, o f Vancouver, day before
The fire situation in all the west is left Friday for the coast. They will fire Estacada would have had a good
artists and super athletes. These are Washington, was a Sunday guest of
e" j ° yed the day an be’ bad a"d unless conditions miprove visit several of the beaches before lumber yard an dis going to be some
now seen in extensive groups and Mrs. Scott Mrs. Scott returned home ! - f . T I
t entirely out of they return home.
thing that is going to be very much
troupes each group led by its parti with her Qundev evening and exDects f ° re eavlngr voted to meet aFain next cou|d y
ye#r’ on thia date’ for the 3econd an‘ ! hnnd. The almost inaccessibl,
missed by the farmers and the people
cular champions, a new method of 17o spend Oie veek there
in which lightning strikes, together
Mr. and Mrs. C. Manning are start of Estacada and it is hoped that they
presentation that is in keeping with
Miss Mary Kingsley, Miss Cora I „
¡with the carelessness o f some of the ing on a vacation trip to gouthern will start in business here again
the Ringling Bros, and Barnum &
Mr’ and Mr8' La Barne re(,e,ved forest users, and the continuation of Oregon the last o f the week. They
Bailey 1927 plan of extending acts Kingsley and Mrs. J M. Hines, who
The News, along with George
in equal number over the entire have been vacationing at the Esta- a letter from Ar- and Mr* ^ rn est the long dry spell make a very hazar- expect to visit Klamath Fallf, Crater Pointer, thank the fire boys and are
lergth of the mammoth main tent. cada Hotel, have returned to Port- Aumecher s‘ at,ne that they arTved at dous situation.
very greatfull to them for tbe work
[their new home Wednesday a tl0 :3 0
I am sure you could do a real ser interesting places.
Little folks will be delighted to learn jand
they did in saving his builuing and
j p. m. after a sixteen hour drive, a vice to the community if you would
that the bringing of a score of Euro
saving the building that houses the
little tired but happy. They are in the publish the enclosed "Smoker’s Code"
pean clowns to America has increas
Mrs. J. C. Whitney and gran-
Eastern Clackamas News. They stood
midst of a beautiful summer resort,an d in addition call attention editor- Springwater to their ranch to help
ed the fun-makers to more than a - daughter have arrived from Boise,
a great deal o f heat in order to save
i Idaho, to be with Mr. Whitney for Bingham Springs, a large swimming ially to the great need of extra care her daughter cook for the threshers this building from being burnt to the
the winter. They have-rented one of pool with water piped from two hot | with fire at this time. To date we Wednesday and Thursday.
springs and one cold spring in the j have had six lightning fires on the
C. P. Boyer, assistant fire Chief,
Wife Braves Fire To Save Hutband the Lemon Properties.
ide o f a mountain. They found every- Clackamas River watershed and have
Little Larry Star is visiting at his
deserves a lot o f credit in the manner
Harold LaRue, o f Seattle, Wash., thing in good shape and moved into a been fortunate enough to hold them grandmothers' home, Mrs. B. 0 . Sar- in which the fire was fougat an., ulau
When a gasoline pump on the farm
I am sure that if the ver, and will probably go to school
Mrs. C F. Hurst Sunday. Mr. nice
„ , little house
. . . well finished T heir, to small
staying with the fire after they got it
of Albert Rometsch, near Molalla, ex
realized how here this winter.
ploded and burst into flames Sun
earnestly every man on the payroll
day night, Mrs. Roetsch threw a blan and she had not seen him for abeut a" d tbe wat£r U 80 P i t i f u l and cold is trying to do his part to catch these
Mr. R Manning is running the
they hope to hav. good luck with
ket around him and extinguished the |
____________ the "hatching,’’
fires while they are small they would threshing machine for his father this
flames with a sack of dairy Salt. Mr,
Mrs. Medford and Mrs. 0 . A. Cui-
Rometsch was badiy burned on the
There will be a meeting o f the
Arlie Coop came over irom Camas only being very careful themselves
jver went to Portland gaturday. Mrs.
Volunteer Firemen next Fri
i Jacques returned with them and stay Washington Sunday to spend the day
day night August 19. The object of
this meeting is to take in some new
Mra. J. W. Tisdale and son o f Colo ed over Sunday,
the paper mills at Camas. Things are tion will be greatly appreciated I vallis Sunday.
members and take care o f other
rado, who have been visiting her
Mrs. Medford and children and Mr. looking pretty prosperous for him
matters o f importance and every one
brother, Mr. Allen W. Armstrong at
and Mrs. O. A. Culver and Mrs. Jac
is urged to be there
Oak Grove Ranger Station, whom she
ques picniced at Oswego Lake Sun-
James Guttridge went to Portland
has not seen for 12 years, passed
District Ranger. board and accidently struck her foot
Sunday to Join a number o f young
through Estacada this morning on
Elsie Lester and Amanda Prock-
against a rock, which caused consid
people from Mp ntivilla on a picnic up
their way homo via the Oiegon Trail.
now, who left Chicago the 11th day
Mr. and Mr«. C. Gosset had as the Columbia Highway.
Mrs. Fred Marshall and sister Clara
of May and hiked to Portland, passed
ployed at the U-Need-A Bakery just
heir guest Mr. and Mrs. T. E. John
Bates of camp 8 are spending a week
City water is being installed at the through Estacnda Wednesday o f this
son, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Dennis and
Here's a message I would like to
with her sister Mrs. Warren McWillis
residence o f O. R. Coop, which is week. They report all the highways in
I bildren, around the Mt. Hood Loop
at Reedsport. Her sister Clara will
certainly a blessing as they have good shape for hiking and have had
Of the hospitality to G. B. Linn.
the best weather possible for their
remain at Reedsport for some time.
Wash., were visiting Mr. and Mrs. had to carry water for some time.
And wife in their wonderful way
trip and will make thc return trip
Georgia June and Ruth Saunders
Made us enjoy every minute of
immediately. They came by the way
Mrs A. E. Bellamy o f Portland
Mrs. E. P. Malloery spent the week
visited Miss Mil va Coop one day last
o f Colorado Springs, going to the top
and Mrs. Earl Shibley of Spring-
Mr. and Mrs. Kanzell and Miss end with L. C. Posson.
I never had been down there be-
o f Pike’s Peak on Burrows, Estes
water entertained with a picnic din week.
Louise Dubois spent last Wednesday
I never had been down there with Mr. and Mrs. Hall.
Park, were in Cheyene, Wyoming dur
ner at the latter’s home on Wednes
Mr. and Mrs_ Jack Hayden and
A most delightful time was spent
ing the Frontier Days Celebration,
day. Those enjoying the day with the
baby went to camp 8 for a couple of
But I will always want to go some
and visiting Yellowston National
hostess were: Mrs. J. Pennyfeather j at the R. S. Coop home Sunday. A
Blackhead o f turkeys, somewhat days visit this week.
Miss Ruth Pennyfeather o f San Fran large dinner was served, which Cgn-
common in Oregon, is the best treated
At the Linn reunion we had one by giving all acected birds 10 drops
cisco, Mrs. N. T
gmedley, Mrs. i sisted o f chicken, potatoes, salads
Bill Perry o f Portland is returning
Bruce hasting». Mrs. Austin, Mrs. cake, pie cookies and ice cream. After
Mr. and Mrs_ Rickman and Mr.
o f ipecac daily for three days in a to P'.stacada.
Finlay, Mrs. Mason Roberts, Mrs. El dinner a meeting was held which was
Daringartner, o f Coos Bay, are visit-
little water, the experiment station
ton Watkins and son, Mrs. C. H. Bon- attended by the following, Mr. and
says. This treatment is to be given
Douglass Price, o f Portland, is now inK
Elwood, Mrs. Clanton and
And they made us feel welcome every bjrd as soon a„ jt , howg , ymp.
nadur and two children all o f Port Mrs. R.S. Coop, Mr. and Mr*. Z. P.
pushing the keys on the Linotype st ^ rs' ( '“ nton and Mrs. Schoonver
tons o f the disease. The entire flock, the News office.
and ot*ler M ends for a few days.
[Coop, Mr and Mrs. 0 . V. Coop and
But there’s one more thing we If the disease is present, may be
daughter Melva, Arlie Coop, Mr. and
would like to do
Mr. and Mra. John Osborne accom Mrs. Mathews and children, Mr. and
treated by giving one level table-
Mr. and Mrs_ James Simms an.
Mrs. C. A Rodford has been visit
See more o f the country all around ipoon fuU o f ipecac in the wct mMh
panied by their two sons Harry and
inr her mother, Mr*. H. A. Beck, in son George and Mrs. gim m 's mother
Mrs. GcQrge Appleman, and Mra.
O f this little Estacada town,
for each 20 turkeys for once a wcck
Everett, drove about thirty miles be
Boring since Tuesday, returning home Mrs. llislop, formerly o f this plac.
Appleman's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Gut-
We traveled for many and many Strict sanitation with use o f new Friday.
yond th<> Dalles returning home by
but now if Portland, were visitim
tridge and boys. Mr. and Mrs. Stowell I
thc Mt. Hood Loop.
a mi e
ranges where possible and kept sena-
friends here Sunday.
and children. Mr. and Mrs. Byers j To meet our folks for a little while raU from th, chicken runl are h, Ip.
Miss E Hodgps of Bismark, N. D.
There s another thing we would fu, supplempntary prf. ca.Jti„ ns, hut is visiting her friends the Davidson’s
, Mrs. G. H. McClowd, wife o f the
Mr. and Mr*. Ted Hardes accom
like to say
Superintendent at Log LaDee Camp, ey and two children. Later in the eve
only partial results need be expected and were taken around the Mt. Hood panied by Ruby Bates and Helen Per
Who suddenly became ill was brought
in keeping down the disease.
Loop and down the Columbia River ry are spending the week at Sea Side.
down this morning and taken ot Port Hcden and Frances Junker, o f Port
Highway lest Friday.
Mr_ ami Mrs. R. Manning have
But if every thing goes well up
land joined the crowd.
The full natural sweetness o f the
been vacationing at MoMinville for
sweet potato develops only after a WANTED— To buy cedar posts, lum the past several w>cks.
We 11^ be with you all again next ^
of . tora)re> the (w eetncu be. ber and fir side cut. State price, ra
Thc boys are having great sport
Dr. Johnson's father and mother
these warm days swimming in the returned to their home in Kansas the
ing due primarily to the presence of pacity o f mill and if possible to sur
Mrs_ J T. Fall and children wer.
Clackamas River, both in the Estaca first part o f the week. Mrs. Johnson j
sucrose or cane sugar which is formed face. W. R. LaLoudi* Milwaukee, Ore Estacada visitors yesterday froir
AMANDA L A Y T O N Ô
da P-rk and at S t'lls>
accompanied them aa far as Montana, j
gon. pd. 3t,
¡during fhis period.
i South Fork.