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E S T A C A D A , OREGON, F R ID A Y , J U L Y 20, 1928
V O LU M E X X II
WHEELER KILLED Ai
FARADAY BY SAW
TO P OF HEAD C U T O FF W HEN
IN T O
M AC H IN E
B Y PIE C E OF LOG
Wheeler was instantly
killed Tuesday evening at the W. E.
Gilbert mill at Faraday when he was
thrown into a saw. The top o f his
head was cut off.
The accident happened about 9:30
in the evening. He was working on
the night shift with several other
men and had remarked just a short
time before the accident that the
place was too dangerous and that he
was going to quit Saturday.
Witnesses said that he seemed to
have been struck by a piece o f wood
and thrown near the saw and his
hand was caught and it seemed that
he was jerked into the machine from
this contact with the saw. A doctor
was called immediately but Wheeler
He had resided in this community
fo r a number o f years, but very little
is known o f his family.
sheriff from Oregon City went thru
his effects at the house where he
lived, but could find no address o f
It is said, however, that
he has a sister living in Pennsylvania,
one in Kansas, and a brother in
Switzerland where Kasper was born.
He was about 65 years old and came
to this country many years ago.
L. A. Chapman, local mortician
took charge o f the body and the fun
eral commitment took place Thurs
day afternoon at 2 o’clock, at the I.
O. O. F. cemetery, Estacada.
‘TH E OLD F R O N T IE R ”
P A G E A N T TO BE G IV E N
“ The Old Frontier,”
Oregon pageant piav is to be given
ag..in this year at Gladstone Chau
tauqua park, July 24, 25 and 26.
This fine historical event will be pre
sented on the evening o f these dates
beginning at 8 o ’clock and is under
the auspices o f all the community
bodies o f Oregon C ity nnd Gladstone.
The park will be open at 4 p. m. and
that will give an opportunity fo r cars
to enter, take picnic dinner and be
on hand fo r the play.
The story o f McLoughlin and thej
many characters o f those days is
very definitely told in eight episodes
along with the wonderful frontier
music by a large chorus. Some 300
participants -are enrolled this year,
and that it will be an unusually at
tractive entertainment seems cer
tain. The admission is but 50 cents
and 25 cents fo r children.
Church Service Enjoyed
The service o f songs at the M. E.
church Sunday evening proved an
innovation to those who participated
and the evening was enjoyed by all
present. Miss Ruth Dillon had the
program in charge and favorite
hymns were sung and interesting bits
regarding the writing or history were
given. Am ong those who gave talks
were Mrs. G. E. Lawrence, Mrs. Mary
Smith, W. H. Grabeel, Mrs. J. G.
Hayman and others.
gave a history o f the Methodist hym
nal now in use in most o f the church
es and Mrs. Harry Kitching sang her
Miss Ethel Hayman
was the organist.
Here from California
Miss Johanna Lichthorn and sister-
in-law, Mrs. A lb ert
rived the latter part o f last week
Lichthorn came back to see her moth
er, Mrs. P. S. Stamp, who is very ill
in a Portland hospital.
Legion Dance at Eagle Creek
Carl Douglass post o f the Am eri
can Legion is giving a dance at the
Eagle Creek hall on Saturday eve
ning, July 21, to tfhich the public
Good music has been
provided fo r the occasion.
Here for Funeral
Herman K lett o f Portland came
to Estacada Thursday morning to
attend the funeral o f his friend,
Hara from Marmot
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Allen o f Marmot
ware Estacada visitors Wednesday.
L IN N C LA N TO M E ET A T
D IN T Y M OORE’S P A R K
Cooke's Garden Attractive
Park On Main Street
The library association is to hold
Invitations have been mailed to
a meeting at the library Friday a f
the members o f the Linn fam ily to
ternoon, July 27, at 2 o’clock, and
attend the tenth annual reunion and
From a city dump where all re- made this old city dump into a very
every member o f the association is
picnic at Dinty M oore’s park on Ea
! fuse was unloaded und one o f the
gle Creek, Sunday, August 5. The
The brush, and rock were cleared urged to be present as business o f E S T A C A D A W IN S C O N TE ST BY
most unsightly places in the country
first picnic o f this fam ily was held
away, paths built back on the hill importance is to be transacted. Ev
21 TO 4 SCORE IN L A S T
here ten years ago when the sisters to a very attractive park, is Bob side, flowers
planted between the ery person who has a membership
o f W. E. Linn were visiting here. Cooke’s Garden, just north o f the pathways, trees planted at differen t I card in the library is urged to at
S U N D A Y ’S C O NTE ST
They reside in the East but are here garage.
places and a row o f cedar trees set tend this meeting. It is your library
and you should be interested in ev
now on a visit and will attend the
Along with the improvement o f out on the border. The level part
tenth reunion and picnic o f the his property, Mr. Cooke planned a has been seeded and made into a erything connected with it.
Estacada Legionnaires won from
small park that could be used as nice lawn.
Davidson's Bakery here Sunday a f
Caring fo r Carrier Pigeon
picnic grounds fo r visitors to Esta
A few days ago a carrier pigeon ternoon by a score o f 21 to 4 in the
Here from Portland
cada. When the city lost the park modeled and the painters are just
flyin g around the residence o f second game o f this series in the
Adolph Phillips o f Portland, ac on the river, it le ft the town without finishing with their job now, and
Portland V alley Baseball league.
companied by his two sons, visited a picnic site o f any kind, and Mr. Bob Cooke has one o f the finest Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Moore residence
Kenneth Scales o f Sandy, pitching
Mr. Phillips Cooke has endeavored to supply this and neatest appearing garages in the
fo r the local team, allowed ten scat
owns the property on Main street want, on a small scale, and at the state, considering its size, and while at it, thinking it was a hawk. Mrs.
tered hits in the game, and the Es
which was used fo r a number o f same time beautify his surroundings. it has cost a considerable sum to Moore carefully picked it up and
tacada team gathered 24 hits o f f
years by William Dale when he was
The fill on Main street le ft a very make all these improvements, Mr.
Krieger, Ivison and Lehl pitching fo r
in the general merchandise business miserable looking hole north o f tht Cooke feels that it has been money a box und it will be liberated as soon I
as it is well enough to fly. It has the visitors.
Cooke Garage. Mr. Cooke bought a well spent.
The result o f the contest was never
He invites the public to make use a band on its leg marked No. 54.
fe w lots between his building and
in doubt a fte r the first inning. Bill
Mother V ery 111
the Methodist church, and a fter the
Fischer hit a home run in the first
Sherman« in East
Word comes from Rev. C. T. Cook expenditure o f quite a large sum has ground at any time.
fram e with two men on, and again
that his mother 's very low and it
who with her mother le ft fo r an in the third inning socked another
is only a question o f a short time ED S T E IN M A N BUYS
FOUR INJURED IN W R E C K
trip East shortly a fter school over the center field fence fo r a
until she passes.
Rev. Cook, with
T R U C K IN G SE R V IC E
N E A R GEORGE S U N D A Y
reports that they arrived at circuit, with one on. Sid
his daughter, Miss Geraldine, drove
their destination without mishap and hit out a home run in the eigth in
through to Kansus to see his mother,
George Kitching has sold his in
ning with two men on bases.
enjoyed the trip very much.
leaving here two weeks ago.
in the Estacada-Portland M iss Mildred Matsoq o f Oregon City
The Sellwood game fo r next Sun
truck service to Ed. Steinman, his and Miss Carlyne C a liff und Jack
day, which was scheduled
Here from Saskatchewan
Drive to Portland
partner. Mr. Kitching, in company
played at Sellwood, has been changed
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Linn, accom with his w ife and fam ily, le ft for ¡ju ry Sunday when their car
to Estacada, and the Legionnaires
panied by Mr. Linn’s sisters, Mrs. Condon and Eastern Oregon points wrecked near the C a liff home. Miss children arrived a fe w days ago from
w ill entertain the Portland team on
Campbell buffered a badly cut limb Saskatchewan, Canada, to visit Mrs.
George Harding o f Detroit and Mrs. Thursduy to look up a location.
the local grounds Sunday afternoon
and several bad bruises, Jack suf W hitler’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. R.
Elmer Smith o f Peoria, 111., who are
This game w ill no
ob starting at 2:30.
here on a visit, drove to Portland Mrs. Dale Injured
fered a badly cut leg and Miss Mat-
doubt be a close contest, as the team
Angeles to visit a sister.
Mrs. William Dale, while picking
from Sellwood has a victory over
berries in the yard last Thursday, j C a liff had two mashed fingers and
Davidson’s by a wide margin, and
fe ll from a box and injured her j a badly bruised shoulder.
lost to Hillsboro last Sunday by a
knee quite badly and has been con
score o f 4 to 5.
fined to her bed since. It is getting ! tadaca after the mail and morning
In the second h a lf o f the schedule
better, howevet, and she will prob | papers and on their return while
Oswego, Hillsboro and
ably be able to get around again
have each won two games, Estacada
met a car in a arther bad place and
and Sellwood have each won and
after passing when an attempt was
Charles | lost a game and Sherwood, Barracks
Herman Hanson, a farm er living
Straight o f Park Place were each and Davidson’s have each lost the
in the Springwater district was ser M A R K E T ROAD TO BE
H ARD SU RFACED SOON went across to the other side and fined $50 in Justice S. E. W ooster’s two games played.
iously injured last Friday afternoon
then dashed back across the road court here last week, on a charge o f
when he was thrown from a hayrake
Washougal won from
The county commissioners
have again and finally rolled over and having salmon in their possession un
and dragged fo r some distance by his
last Sunday by a score o f 21 to 10
called fo r bids fo r concrete surfacing landed cross ways on the road.
lawfully. A large number o f similar and Oswego and Vancouver Barracks
o f horses that had become
The injured were brought to Es cases have been tried in Oregon City
o f a strip o f road east o f Estacada,
frightened and ran away.
played a 12 inning game with the
which is a part o f
Market Road tacada at once and were given medi this year, without a single conviction,
Mr. Hanson is about 60 years o f
Lake nine coming out on the long
cal aid by Dr. W. W. Gilbert. The most cases having resulted in hung
end o f an 8-7 score.
age and had been working in the No. 2.
car was badly damaged.
field alone. About four o’clock he
Curley Duncan was in Estacada’s
Here from Chicago
The convictions came as a part o f a lineup last Sunday fo r the first time
came staggering to his home and
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Parker o f Stevens on Vacation
long war staged by the game com and while he is a good ball player
Dr. W. W . Gilbert was immediately
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Stevens are mission against fish poachers in this
Chicago ure visiting Mrs. K. H. and
An examination revealed
he showed the lack o f practice. Tw o
taking a short vacation this week. county. Both Woodard and Straight
that he had sustained a severe cut Miss Pamela Kenny at Eagle Creek.
new men are scheduled to go into
Mrs. Parker is a daughter o f Mrs. They le ft Wednesday fo r Roseburg. are well known to game authorities
on his head, about ten inches long,
the game fo r Estacada next Sunday,
and were captured on the Clackamas and with the weak spots in the team
and body bruises. A t first it was Kenny.
southern, part o f the state and then
river near the river mill with salmon patched up, Estacada should win ev
thought that the skull had been fra c
will go to Gleneden beach to spend
BAND E M PLO Y E D FOR
in their possession.
tured, which was not the case.
ery game during the rest o r the sea
C L A C K A M A S C O U N T Y F A IR j the week end with Mr. and Mrs. W.
According to State Game Warden son. There are but fiv e games le ft
He was rushed to a hospital in
The Estacada Band has been em F. Cary.
removing to be played this year, four o f them
Oregon City and his condition was
ployed by the fa ir board to play for
barbed wire and hooks from the river at home, and the Oswego game away.
said to be critical. No one witnessed
the entire fou r days o f the Clacka
so that no bathers or swimmers will
the accident and what caused the
The box score o f Sunday's con
mas County Fair at Canby this year.
Don’t fo rg e t Charlie Chaplin in be injured.
horses to run has not been learned.
It is agreed that at least a twenty- “ The Circus” at the Liberty Theatre
AB R H O A E
piece band will be on duty during the July 25 and 26.
FROM T H E G R E A T O U T
Bronson ss ....... 5 3 2 3 4
Has Broken Ribs
DOORS TO B R O A D W A Y
....... 3 1 1 2 0 0
J. R. Hughes is laid up with a few
Returns from Portland
6 4 4 2 0 0
broken ribs, caused by a fa ll about
6 4 4 6 3 0
LOCAL AND PERSONAL J. K. Ely and son Glenn drove to Lois Wilson, beautiful star Qf “ The S. Miller 2b ......
a week ago.
....... 5 1 3 3 1 2
Portland last Sunday to bring Mrs. Covered
W agon,” “ North o f 36,” A. Lovelace lb
6 0 0 7 1 0
Spends Day in City
outstanding Russell If . ......... 1 1 3 1 0 0
has gone to E ly home. She had been visiting her and countless
Duncan 3b ....... 5 1 1 t
H. A. LaBarre o f the Model Sup Eastern Oregon to work in the har daughter in the city fo r a week.
screen successes, comes to the Lib
K. Scales p i ....... 4 3 3 1 4 0
ply company spent the day Wednes vest fields.
erty Theatre here Sunday and Mon
day in Portland on business.
day as the featured player in the
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Whitaker re Breaks Wrist
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FBO production, ‘ The Gingham G irl.’
47 21 24 27 14 3
turned Tuesday evening from a few
broke the bones in her le ft wrist on<1
Bates Reported III
The picture affords her a part o f
AB R 11 O A E
days visit at Corvallis.
day last week, is at her home now particular appeal, and Miss Wilson, Becker 2b ........ 5 0 0
1 0 0
Ed Bates has been feelin g quite
Mrs. Minnie Hanson and daughter
........ 4 0 0 1 2 2
poorly here o f late and does not get Estelle went to Portland Wednesday and getting along nicely .
as the country girl who
c ..... G 1 2 8 0 0
down town as much as usual, the morning to visit friends, returning
simultaneously into love and business, 1
4 1 2 i
LOCAL AND PERSONAL will even strengthen her hold on th e !
News is sorry to report.
r f .. . 4 0 2 3 0 0
the follow ing day.
1 1 r> 1 0
hearts o f theatregoers.
......... 3 t 0 2 3 0
Home on Furlough
In “ The Gingham G irl” she is seen j
Mrs. J. F. Dunlop was the guest
LaBelle If ......... 4 0 1 1 0 0
Ed. Krigbaum, who is a member of
as Mary Thompson, a g irl who starts Peeler 3b ......... 3
o f Mrs. W. H. Grabeel Sunday.
0 2 1 1 0
the U. S. navy, has been in this lo
her business career as a baker o f | Ivison p ......... 1 0 0 0 0 2
S. E. Wooster is excavating in
cality fo r several days visiting his
cookies fo r the village store keeper
front o f his residence fo r a garage.
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parents in the Garfield district.
and eventually goes to the city and
The H arry Kitching property is
Three base hits, Krieger. First on
becomes the active owner o f a big j
being fixed up in style with a stone
balls o f f Scales 1, Ivison 1. Two
Aid Taking Vacation
cookie factory. And, as often hap
base hits Ray Lovelace, S. Miller, K.
The Methodist Ladies Aid held a
pens, the course o f true love persists [ Scales and H. Miller. Home rune,
meeting Wednesday at the home o f ! L. E. Padberg o f Portland was com
in running very unevenly.
Fischer 2, S. Miller.
the appearance o f the
Mrs. G. E. Lawrence, which is the pleted Thursday, Roy W ilcox and F. provement
There is statrling senes o f a "stu by Scales 5, by Krieger 3, by Ivison
plays, Bronson to
last meeting fo r a fe w weeks, as the M. Forman selling their interests in property when completed.
dio party” in Greenwich Village, with 2.
Mr. and Mrs. George Townsend of Mary unwittingly becoming the cen- J Lovelace. Hit by pitcher, Bronson,
the stock and equipment, as well as
ladies are taking a vacation.
Peeler, Ivison. Umpire, Gus liankc.
Camp 8 were dinner guests o f Mr | ter o f the evening's happenings, and
the Chevrolet agency.
Nebraskans Hold Reunion
Mr. Forman retains the building
there are other sequences laid in a Returning to Alaska
A most enjoyable event took place and real estate property adjoining. ning.
lively N ew York cafe, with a “ floor
Mrs. C. M. O ’ Neal and three chil
Sunday at the home o f Mr. and Mrs.
The new owner is in charge of
Mrs. Frank Harkenrider is visiting show” in full operation.
dren, who have been spending the
W. L. Jones o f Vancouver, Wash., the business today. Bob Frazier o f with her daughter and fam ily at Bu- j
The exceptional cast surrounding past year in Oregon and Washing
when a number o f their old time Portland w ill be in charge o f the coda, Wash.
Miss Wilson includes George K. A r-i ton, will leave first o f the week for
Winside, Nebr., friends met there place and L. E. Padberg will also
Mrs. A va Bronson went to Port-, thur. Hazel Keener, Jed I’ routy, Der- | La Touche, Alaska,
and enjoyed a picnic dinner. Mrs. be here, a son o f the owner.
anld Saturday to visit her mother elys Perdue, Jerry Miley and Betty They have been visiting here fo r the
N. fb Ecker o f Estacada was one of
Mr. W ilcox will leave at once fo r who lives in California but is visiting Francisco. Direction o f “ The Ging past few weeks at the home o f Mrs.
the guests. Reminiscenses o f events Antelope where he has
extensive in Portland.
ham G irl” was in charge o f David ' O ’N eal’s mother, Mrs. Shankland.
and friends o f their form er Nebras \ property interests. Mr. Forman will
Jess Stubbs, form erly o f Estacailn Kirkland.
ka home, made the time pass too j retain his residence here but will de and Faraday, now residing in P ort
MRS. W M M ATTO O N DIF.S
quickly and the occasion was a jolly vote much o f hij^tim e to business land was here fo r a short visit Fri
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Pogue o f Yam
A T HOMF. IN V IO L A
The guests included Mr. and affairs in Eastern Oregon where he day. He was en route to the powei hill, Oregon, are the parents o f a
Mrs. Wm. Mattoon o f Viola, who
Mrs. Burt Smith and daughter. Miss owns a large wheat ranch and other plant at Camp 8 to do some special 9% pound girl born July 16. Mrs.
Ruth Smith o f Forest Grove, Mr. and property.
work fo r the P. E. P. company. He Pogue was form erly Miss Mary has resided in this section fo r many
years, passed away at her home in
Mrs. Matt H. Boyle o f
was accompanied by his w ife andj Woodle o f Estacada.
Viola Friday. The funeral arrange
Mrs. R. E. Baxter, late o f Chicago, Returns to Portland
111., and Mrs. Ecker.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Snyder le ft
Mrs. Gladys Duus, accompanied by ments had not been made when the
Monday fo r Portland.
Famoui Picture Here
some friends, was here from Ante News went to press.
Mrs. Mattoon was the w ife o f
The Estacada Band has changed has been in Estacada fo r some time
Charlie Chaplin w ill be at the Lib lope, Oregon, last week gathering
the evening for practice from Mon being one o f the salesmen for the erty Theatre Wednesday and Thurs and canning berries. She visited at former county commissioner Wm.
Estacada Lake project.
day to Friday.
day, July 25 and 26, in “ The Circus.” . the home o f Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Duus. Mattoon.
FINEO FOR ILLEGAL
POSSESSION OF SALMON
HANSON INJURED WHEN
TEAM RUNS AWAY
PORILANO PEOPLE BUY
THE CASCADE GARAGE