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About Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928 | View This Issue
Five men of Viola left Satur
day for the Siletz Indian Reser
vation. They returned Monday.
These men, whose names are
withheld, made the trip to obtain
homestead locations and if suc
cessful, as will be decided next
Saturday at Portland, will be
pleased to reveal their identity.
The trip was a hard one, but the
hopes ot success, overshadowed
the bad travelling.
Front lace - Royal Worcester or Bon* Ton Corset?
You would be surprised at the
Ease - Comfort - Gracefulness • Durability
Involved In Every One
You are never too old to learn.
Y ou’ ll find them at
DALE’S Abo Girt Votts
We Are Not
concerned. Having had a great
deal of experience as a road build
er his advice in such matters
should be worthy of careful con
and are still in the ring
to meet any honest competition
in all lines that we carry—
goods is our strong point, and
you will always get 100 cents
in value for every $1. purchase.
We have given our old cus-
mers Satisfaction and Mr.
New Customer we are con-
fident we can Please You.
Give Us A Trial
And Let Us Convince You
L. A. Chapman
"The Quality Store"
Our newly appointed road su
perintendent, T. A. Roots, in
spected the big slide on the River
Road last week. He informed
us that he will visit the road dis
tricts in different sections of
Eastern Clackamas soon and en
deavor to find out the particular
needs o f each one. He hopes to
make some improvement in the
present haphazard system of road
building. The "weak link" in a
long connected chain of road will
be strengthened if it is possible
to find means to do so.
Roots also stated that he does
not expect to just hang his feet
on the office desk in Oregon City
and collect his salary, but intends
to get out and see for himself the
conditions existing in different
sections of the county and by ad
vising and cooperating with the
supervisors and other people in
terested in road improvement
try to change these same condi
tions to the betterment of all
One of the sick horses belong-
in g toC . Christman of Garfield
died Saturday night.
Some half dozen Barton mat
rons staged a hard times social
at the Barton Hall, Thursday
evening, March 23d. Special
features of a splendid program
were: Songs by Barton Glee
Club, "Hard Times Come Again
No More,” “ Old Oaken Bucket"
by the Misses Lela Lyons and
Helena Johnson and a recitation
be Winnie Devine, a cute little
miss about 5 years old. Fines
were assessed for wearing "dude
collars, shined boots, trimmed
aprons and watches wot's run-
nin’ " .
Wearing the demure
curls and knitted shawl of a
maiden lady o f uncertain age,
Mrs. R. A. Breyman of Barton
was awarded 1st prize for best
sustained character. Other char
acters well portrayed were gypsy j
j girls by Mrs. George Freeman j
| and Mrs. Alvin Johnson of Bart-
j on; one of the three little maids
j from school by Miss Lucille Cool- j
ey of N. Logan, and Villa by H. j
F. Gibson; Geo. Turner as Gen.
Coxey in a comic opera uniform
of brilliant hue led the Grand
March; he was ably assisted by
Mrs. Turner and this was the big
event of the evening, some 25 or
30 couples taking part in the I
drill. Visitors from Logan, Ea
gle Creek, Swede Hill and other
points joined in playing games
and did their share towards mak
ing the evening an enjoyable one.
Refreshments were served, about
75 or 80 present.
Send for Catalog B 20
Why spend over Two Bones for a Hat?
We are now showing the latest Spring styles
in Men’ s Hats
When in Portland — Call and See Us
126 - 4th St.
349 Washington St.
We sold over $75.00 worth of
“ Excuse Me” Is Coining
“ Excuse Me” , one of the best
known and most entertaining
comedies in the moving picture
field today, will be shown at the
Family Theatre in Estaeada on
Wednesday evening, April 5th.
This laugh creating five reel
Pathe farce, was produced and1
staged by Henry W. Savage and
has probably met with more suc
cess than any comedy in the
movie field to date.
The clever plot of the film, is
, staged in a Pullman car and the
experiences and ridiculous posi-
I tions, the hero and his bride-to-
be are placed in, furnish an hour
and half’s steady laugh.
O R E G O N
during the past ten days of good weather and
expect to surpass that figure, just as soon as
you discover the saving in price
by ordering your
Garden, Grass or Clover Seeds
Money saved on bulk orders.
We handle Lilly’s and Portland Seed Company’s stock.
Get the Habit and Trade at
P A R K
Broaaway at 2nd
C L O S N E R