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About Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928 | View Entire Issue (June 15, 1916)
Want and Por Sale Column
i cents per line. Cash in advance
FOK SALE is the sign
will have to be hung out in
of the News Office before
unless subscriptions now
are paid at once.
AUTO TRUCK H A U L IN G -1
For any and all kinds of hauling, I
phone John Herring,
care Krieger's, Estacada.
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Undertaking and Embalming
L A. Chapman
H en ry V . A d ix,
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Office Adjoining Residence
Hearse and Morgue
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P hysician and S urgeon
Store or Residence
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Local and Long Distance Telephone
FOK SALE Holstein and Jer-1
sey calves 3 weeks old.
Estacada Wallops Oregon City
Mrs. H. G. Trowbridge of Es
Phone P. B. Dorais.
tacada. treasurer o f the Estaca
da Tennis Club, requests that all
lvvo ^Ai t -
I , eamc in two years, filled the
POR SALE Suckling Poland stands and flowed onto the side members o f the club, who have
China pigs. Mrs. C. VVhitbeck, lines Sunday, made up of fans not paid their dues, kindly do so
and rooters from all parts of at once, as many bills have to be
met within a few davs.
TO TR AD E A vears subscri- E a s t e r n ( lackamas County
ption to the News for $1.
were in excellent condition and Notice Of Annual School Meeting 1
FOK SALE Horse, Harness, without the surrounding fence,
Notice is hereby given to the
Buggy, Mitchell Single Wagon, are a big improvement over the ,
, voters of ¿choo| I)istnet
pole and shafts.
Old local diamond with its high No 108 of Clackamas County. |
W. H. Holder,
grass in the outfield.
State o f Oregon that the annual i
I school meeting o f said District!
Prunes for drying. ■«on n tnl i all games at home, Estacada will will be held at the School House;
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next Sunday make a trip to Can-
delivered to the Estacada Can- b where they will tac£ e anoth. to begin at the hour of 8 o ’clock i
I f you desire to sel your J '
Chautauqua P. M. on the third Monday ofj
June, being the 19th dav o f [
prunes this season, contracts
contenders. The team will make June, A. D., 1916.
must be closed before July 1st.
the trip in the Lovelace, Bronson
This mi meeting
is called for the
For further information, call u p ___. 0
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R. C. Deming. Estacada.
l ' purpose o f electing one director
jt0 serve for a term of 3 vears,
contracts, write B. M. Hurst, ers hope to accompany them.
311 Front St., Portland, Or.
N °.u th.au EvSta.Cl dl? ha8,* ° tten and one clerk to serve for a term
I together the best balanced team ot- j year
year an(^ tbe transaction
A BARGAIN Until Aug. 1st in yeai s, it seems a *shame that of business usual at such meet-
next, subscriptions to the News the fans do not get together and ing.
may be had for $1.. thereafter present them with suitable uni
Dated this 31st dav o f May
forms for the Chautauqua series 1916.
the price will be $1.50.
and balance o f the season. The
Second hand present uniforms represent the Attest :
U. S. Morgan, District Clerk. !
buggy good condition bargain discarded suits of every team for
Fred Jorg, Chairman Board o f j
six years past, with all colors of
Harry Snyder, Cazadero.
dirty clothes in evidence.
One hundred dollars would
W ANTED Two men to split
cordwood. Tools, Cooking Uten equip the team, with ten good Notice Of Settlement Of Accounts
sils and Stove furnished. 50c a uniforms. Manager Lovelace o f- ! In the matter of the estate of
J. C. Tracy, deceased.
fers to contribute $2.50 towards
cord. Telephone or apply
Notice is hereby giver, that Martha
N. C. de Ronne,
Tracy, the executrix o f the estate J. C. i
foot of Douglass hill. Eagle Creek. the News will do likewise, so the Tracv, deceased, has rendered and pre
remaining $95 should not be hard sented for settlement, in the County-
Eight 10 weeks to gather, if every loyal fan Court for the County o f Claekama-.
old Berkshire pigs, $2.50 each. w o u l d voluntarily contribute State of Oregon, her final account o f ;
administration of said estate; and that -
Four young fiesh Milk cows. 1 from 50c to a couple o f dollars. Monday, the 26th day o f June, 1916, at
Mrs. H. Gilmore, Dodge,
Any public spirited citizens or ten o’clock in the forenoon at the court
Estacada, Route 2. I fans, who wish to help along a room o f said court, at the court-house,
Oregon City, in said county, has
good team and show their appre in
been appointed for the settlement o f I
W A N T E D All subscribers
ciation. may get their name in said account, at which time and place
who are in arrears in their sub
print, (unless otherwise ordered) any person interested may appear and i
scription account with the News,
by giving their money to Mana contest the same.
to please arrange to settle same
Dated, May 25, 1916.
ger John Lovelace of Estacada.
at once. Parties not desiring to
So let’s every fan chip in and
Executrix o f the estate of
continue the paper, will oblige the
have Eastern Clackamas repres
J. C. Tracy, deceased.
publisher by so notifying him.
ented at the coming Chautauqua Claude W. Devore,
: in trim uniforms in which to trim Attorney
Date o f first publication. May 25, 1916.
P. R. L. &
the balance of the county teams.
O p e ra te A t Loss
Hstacada's line-up for Sunday
1 w as----
HEAR WITHOUT EARS
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"1 do not know” he answered.
"That is a question for the fu
Police and Detectives Are Using
ture. and a serious one. It w ould
Lip Reading in Place of
be a serious step to charge more
than five cents for street car fare
from the suburban districts o f the
city. It would mean a serious de
Thousand» o f deaf people are today
throwing away all hearing devices anil
preciation o f property values out
all conversation This method
side the five cent zone and great
is easily and quickly acquired thru our
loss to the people who have pur
svstem. Absolutely the only thing o f its
chased property in those dis B oard A n n ou n ces
kind in the country. Our proposition is
C ash Prem ium s entirely original. We guarantee results,
will amaze you. Cost is trifling. See
" I do not want to hazard a
Continued from page 1
what New International Encyclopedia
statement of what may come in formation being obtainable from says
on Lip Reading. Hundreds o f people
the future. I am only stating | the q ^ C., Union Stock Yards with normal hearing are taking up Lip
Reading for the many additional benefits
what appears to me to be the ■ ant| elsewhere.
facts, from knowledge gained! The boundaries, which shall gained. Youcan understand what the ac
are saying in the moving pictures.
from the investigations that have constitute the limits o f the vari tors
You ean understand what people are say
just been concluded.”
ous community districts, will ap ing iust as far away as you can see them.
h ieve understands beyond the range o f
pear in a later issue o f the News. T hearing.
Send no money, hut mention
Mrs. Louise Elder of Los An
this paper and state whether or not vou
geles arrived Sunday at the home
( ’ ¡i f f Sarver o f Cum nsville re- uredeaf. All particulars will be sent you
o f her daughter Mrs. Frank Ew cently purchased a n e w silo, absolutely free and with no expense to;
ing o f Springwater. where she th ro u g h C. ( . Saling. the local -vou- Address, School o fL ip Language,
Kansas City, Missouri.
wHt'make an Extended visit.
The doctor’s phone can be connected with your
home phone at night if requested. One long ring
Dr. L. A . W e llt
Associated with Dr. H. V. Adix
D r. R. M orse
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Tests Eyes and Fits Glasses
Office on Main Str. between lst and 2nd
Main and 5th Sts.
Claude W. Devore
Attorney at-Law a id Notary Public
Stone 4 Moulton
Attorn eys -
ut - Law
4-5-6 Stevens Bldg.
J O H The
Oregon City. Or.
O f McMinnville, Oregon.
Also First Class OLD L IN E Insurance.
Automobile Insurance A Specialty
Team Work, Hauling and Packing
W ood delivered, any amount or length.
10c per Rig.
W. M. Yonte
FI RE I N S U R A N C E
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R K P R K S E N T lN ti
N ia g a ra F ire Insurance Co.
O R IE N T IN S U R A N C E C O .
Cash Capital $1,006,(MX)
Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by lo c a l a p p lic a tio n s , as th y ca n n ot reuen
th e diseased p u ri.-u o f th e tu t.
T h ere
Is only one way to cure ca ta rrh a l deafness,
and that is by a co n stitu tio n a l rem ed y.
C a ta rrh a l D ea fn ess is caused by an In*
flamed condition o f the m ucous lin in g of
the E u sta ch ia n Tube.
W h en th is tube is
In flam ed you have s ru m b lin g sound o r
im p e rfe c t hearing, a n d w h eu it la en tirely
closed. D eafn ess is th e resu lt.
U nless th e
Inflammation can be redu ced and th is tube
restored to its normal co n d itio n , h e a rin g
will be destroyed fo r e r e r .
M any cases of
deafness are cau sed by ca ta rrh , w h ich is
an Inflamed condition of the m ucous sur
Hall’s Catarrh Cure acts thru the
blood on the mucous surfaces o f the sys
W e will glee One Hundred Dollars for
any case of Catarrhal Deafness that cannot
be cured by H all’s Catarrh Curs. Circulars
free. All D ruffists, TSc.
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