Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, June 08, 1916, Image 2

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    At The Gresham Chautauqua,
June 11-16
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inspirational Lecturers Com ing
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Palm Beach Silk or Linen
Summer Suit
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A t $ 1 0 to $ 2 2 w e are showing the
Finest Line o f Sum m er Suitings
to he found in America.
Now Is The Time
EAST CLACKAMAS SUPPLY CO.
“ Your Satisfaction
Is Our Success”
LUMBER
With both mills in full operation
- we can supply your every need in
of
all
descriptions
SILO STAVES
Special Cut for Home Built Silos
As
ever we can fill your wants for
Flour and Feed
o f all kinds
o411en
Samson
Estacada
F L O U R ______ F E E D _______ L U M B E R
C. C. Miller
Plumbing
Metal Repairing
Electric Wiring and
Tinning
Supplies
General Repair Work of All Kind«
especially Gas and Steam Engine Repairs and Fittings
All Work Guaranteed
Give Me A Trial
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Viola Breezes
Elwocd Items
Contributed
Contributed
The Misses Rose and Ida Tan-
nler o f Portland spent Sunday at
the parental home.
Miss B. Helgemo o f Portland
was the week-end guest o f her
cousin Mrs. M. Eimon.
Frank Cockerline, who h a s
been operating the Viola-Portland
auto service, is considering going
to Washington, where he will act
as agent for a new automobile ac­
cessory. Last Sunday, he took a
load o f young people to Linne-
man and Portland*
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Miss N. Vallen is h>me from
Oregon City High School.
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About half o f the neighborhood
turned out Decoration Day and
cleaned up the grave yard. Each
grave was well cleaned and dec­
orated as well as could be owirjg
to the scarcity o f the flowers.
As soon as convenient they ex­
pect to plat the grave yard and
fence it, fixing it up in good
shape.
Chas. Hicinbotham, w ife and
daughter o f River Mill# celebrat­
ed their ninth wedding anniver­
sary at the Sevier and Hughes
homes last Sunday.
As a poultry raising center, Vi­
ola is fast coming to the front;
with Joe Youngferdorf now rais­
ing 700 young chicks and 100
ducks: F. Gibb, 360 chickens;
with F. Cockerline this year rais-
ing 1100 chicks, 75 turkeys and
60 ducks. In addition to these,
many o f the neighbors have a full
quota of fowls.
Harvey Mattoon, w ife and son
Harry, went to Oregon City on
Monday.
Owing to a break in the rock
crusher, work has been tempor­
arily stopped on the Ficken Hill
road, but will be underway again
in a few days.
Cashier Wright o f the Estacada
State Bank attended the meeting
o f the Oregon Bankers’ Assn, in
Portland one day this week.
Miss Ella Bittner a id friend
Miss Rotter o f Oregon City spent
several days with the forme -s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C Bittner.
Christian Church Notes
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The Sunday morning service
June 11th will be preached by
W. Givens and the evening ser­
vice will be in charge o f Pastor
Drill. Sunday School at 10 A.
M. Everyone cordially invited
to be present at all services.
As retiring Post Master o f Es­
tacada I wish to thank my many
friends and the public at large
for the kind and courteous treat­
ment shown me while in the o f­
fice, and for the good will and
hearty support in my trial for re­
appointment. I trust that you
will extend the same courtesies
to my successor, as shown me.
Signed A. N. Johnson.
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