Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, February 15, 1917, Image 2

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    Eag'e Creek Notes
F. E. Beckwith, the Estacada
jeweler has decided to conduct Mrs. Hattie Clester, accompa­
his business here every day in the nied by her daughter. Mrs. Ed.
week, instead of but half of the Douglass, went to Molalla last
time, as the business seems to week, to be gone for several days.
warrant a permanent location Mr. and Mrs. D. Beckett en­
their children, Everett
Despite the temporary set­ tertained
wife, and the Misses
back to the Cascade cau^e of late, Mable and Veroo
Beckett; Sun­
Mr. Beckwith still feels that this day; serving a fine turkey
is a live and growing community in honor of the occasion. dinner
and intends to cast his lot with
the local boosters, where he is Mrs. N. Kirchemand children,
of Logan, were guests at the
more than welcome.
home of Walter Douglass re­
A Good Suggestion
It has been suggested by sev­ Mrs. J. W. Cahill spent Mon­
eral taxpayers that the present day at the home of Charles Mur­
desire of the taxpayers to have phy.
the county’s books properly aud­ Mr. Beckett recently sold his
ited, be continued further to in­
to a firm in Portland:
clude an examination of the books potatoes
help of
and financial records of the City ' Kay Woodle, to with the the station
of Estacada, the Estacada Schools i Monday.
the City Water Fund and such
other funds as are of interest to Ed. Douglass purchased a sow
and seven pigs in Dover Monday,
the taxpayers.
This suggestion is a good one selling the pigs to Walter Doug­
and might as well be extended | lass and E. Naylor on his way
to include all rural school districts home.
clubs and other local organiza- [ Ed. Whipple who had been a
guest at the home of Walter
The practise of having books Douglass, for some weeks, re­
audited is a recognized business! turned to The Dalles last week.
custom and is not done with a
view to discovering irregularities, Who Got Bert’s Fountain Pen ?
but to present in concise form
the working and financial condi­ Bert H. Finch, the popular Es­
tions. A good audit usually in­ tacada • hardware man, who is
cludes the installation ot better slowly recuperating from a bad
book-keeping and business meth­ attack of grippe called at the
ods in the conduct of the busi­ store long enough Monday to wit*
ness and is usually vyelcomed by ness the sale of a new Iowa sep­
the officials as well as by the tax- arator to Paul Holmes of Garfield:
a potato planter to Harry Howell
Undoubtedly, if a full detailed . Springwater and a Vulcan
audit and report of the condi­ plow to Barney Schonburg of the
tions of the local funds could be same place, so returned home
presented, the taxpayers would satisfied that it was’nt all going
be more willing toconsider furth­ out in doctor’s bills with nothing
er extensions and expenditures. coming in.
But Bert Byers, the genial as­
M eeting Postponed
sistant in the store is feeling
The special meetingof Garfield prettv sore over the loss of a $4.
Grange has been called off and fountain pen, which he loaned to
there will be no meeting until someone last week to write out a
the regular monthly meeting Sat­ check and as the check was for
urday, February 24th.
less than the value of the pen,
A. 0. Whitcomb. Master.
Bert wants a special Lost Adver­
W. H. Holder, Sec'y. tisement inserted herewith.
Beck Has Decided To Remain
A Few
for next week
Cotolene large pail $1.60
Oranges 2 dozen for .25
Walnuts (good ones) 2tt> .25
(worth 15c) .10
Tomatoes (worth 15c) .10
white, per .10
13 tb 1.00
Sugar is up 25c and likely
to go higher.
“Your Satisfaction is Our Success’’
East Clackamas Supply Co.
Estacada, Oregon.
As per the report of the Secretary of State
Dodge C a r s
ranked second in gross sales during 1916
This speaks for itself.
S. P. Pesznecker
Estacada, Oregon
Another Shipment of Lorain Steel Ranges
just received this week
H ardware
We have them now in the Blue Enamel, Cadet Grey, and Wellsville Polished Steel,
and can sell them at last years prices, altho Steel Ranges have increased
in price from $6.00 to $8.00 each.
We can also make arrangements so that you can buy a Range on very easy terms, with a
small payment down, or can take in your old Range as part payment. Come in and
make a selection of one of these Ranges while there is a good assortment, and
save from $6.00 to $8.00 on the present price of a S te e l S a n g e .
FREE TICKETS, will be given to the picture show, with Cash Purchases Saturday
Always ask for your CASH DISCOUNT TICKETS and save your 5“»
H arness I mplements
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