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About Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 25, 1917)
7 pounds Sugar
Good until February 11th.
4 -5c Pkgs. Garden Seed
We want you to pay a visit to our store, get our prices—
then you will be convinced that our store is the place to trade —
if you want to save money on merchandise.
W e pay Cash
Sell for Cash
No idle Clerks
No D elivery
No lost Accounts to Pay and
100 other reasons why you will save money trading at this store.
In order to receive this 7 pounds of sugar and 4—5c
packages of garden seeds for 49 cents, you must purchase at
least $2.50 of other merchandise.
We make a specialty of ordering Hardware, Im plem ents
Fencing, and in fact anything for the H ousehold or Farm.
Jewelry and Silverware
Former Estacada Resident Dies
The following letter was re
ceived yesterday from Mrs. Anna
Read of Portland, daughter of
Mrs. Sarah E. Antrim who form
erly resided in Estacada for about
nine years, having moved to Port
land over a year ago, following
the death of her husband, J. W.
Antrim. The sympathy of the
community is extended to the be
‘‘Mrs. Sarah Ellen Antrim, wid
ow of the late John W. Antrim
of Estacada. died at her residence
No. 5 Shaver Street, Portland,
Or.. Jan. 18, 1917.
Mrs. Antrim was born in Ohio,
seventy-four years ago.
At the age of twenty-four she
was married to Mr. Antrim.
She is survived by two children.
F. D. Antrim of Seward Alaska,
and Mrs. Anna Read of the Ock-
ley Green school in Portland.
She also left one grandson, Lance
Read, of Pittsburg, Penn.
At an early age she joined the
Methodist Episcopal church of
which she was a most devoted
and consistent member.
On her last day, realizing the
imminence of death, she asked
that a chapter of the Bible be
read to her. To her daughter she
expressed her absolute confidence
in God’s promises and her joy at
the prospect of meeting her
Savior and the loved ones gone
In accordance with her wishes
her funeral services were conduct
ed with the utmost simplicity, be
ing in charge of Dr. W. L. Kant-
ner, pastor of the Pilgrim Con
gregational Church. Interment
was in Mt Scott Cemetery by the
side of her husband”.
Grabeteria Cash Shore
Is what every one wants
Is what I Sell and
Is what you get in value received
If you buy it of
F. E. Your BECKWITH
Watch Repairing A Specialty
ESTACADA, - OREGON
Better All Over
The New Chevrolet Automobile
has better SPRINGS, AXLES, RADIATOR,
F R A M E , CRANKSHAFT, DIFFERENTIAL,
UPHOLSTERING and has fore doors. The same V
tremendous power and speed with the beautiful
lines and a complete powerful change throughout
make this the best buy on the market in a
reasonable priced car a car that will stand up under
all conditions. Willard storage battery, electric
lights and self starter.
First-class Mechanical Work Done On All Cars.
S. P. Pesznecker
Liberty and Equality.
Liberty Is never the fruit of philo
sophical deductions, but rather of ev
eryday experience and of the simple
Ideas arising from facts.—Miral>eau.
Liberty—I say It w ith a sigh, men
are jierhaiw not worthy of thee. Eiiual-
Ity—they desire thee, but they cannot
attain thee.—T urgot
John o’Groat's to Land's End.
The dlstauce In English miles be
tween John o'G m at’s, at the extreme
north of England, to Land's End, In
the farthest south. Is alwut 4HO miles
as the crow flies, though by the ordi
nary lines of travel, of course, the dis
tance Is something more than that.
G A Estacada,
R A G Oregon
Mrs. H. V. Adix of Estacada,
entertained at dinner Monday
evening, in honor of Rev. C. F.
Aue of Springwater; Mrs. H. G.
Trowbridge, who is visiting
among friends here, and Miss
Helen Bartlett, who is leaving
this week for an extended visit
at Kansas City. Following the
dinner party, a numberof friends
were invited in to enjoy a music
E. H. S. Echoes
E. H. S. is looking forward to
two possibilities which we hope
will developeinto realities; name
ly, a new county and a new school
building. However, there is a
reality before us which is not
nearly as pleasant to look forward
to; namely, semester examina
The boys basket hall team met
Boring in the playshed Saturday
evening and an interesting game
ensued. The score was 25 to 6 in
favor of the home team. A good
After the game with Boring,
the Eighth Grade and Freshmen
played. The Freshmen won by
the score of 16 to 7.
The following is the cast of
characters for the Junior play
given at Boner’s Theater, Friday
Madame Charteris-An old
Aristocrat - Alpha Hinnman
Enid Bellamy—A Southern
Cinderella Emma Barr
Rosie Winterberry A settle
ment Worker Josie Linglebach
Johnnie Bell Randolph A
Little Coquette Carrie Hannah
Caroline Hawke An Adven
turess Elizabeth Mikulesky
Katherine Hawke—A Trained
Nurse Beatrice Tracy
Mammy Judy—A Black Blue-
grass Widow- Ruby Me. Willis.
The stork presented the Lewis
Rivers home in Eagle Creek,
with a bouncing girl, last Sun