Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, March 01, 1917, Image 10

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Want and For Sale Column
5 cents per line. Cash in advance
FOR SALE—My home consisting
of 10 acres, good house, barn,
about 1 acre cleared; fine well,
running water.
The improve­
ments on this place would cost)'
you at least $1200: you can have
the place for $1600 Write or see
A. Demoy, Estacada, Or.
Undertaking and Embalming
L A. Chapman
Licensed Embalmer
Phone
Store or Residence
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FOR SALE — Choice Clarkes
strawberry plants— 25c per hun­
dred.
W. R. Woodworth,
Estacada Heights.
FOR SALE -Three Cows, will
be fresh soon.
Jos. Nicholson, R. 1. Estacada.
Tom Carter,
Garfield
Log LaBarre.
Spot Cash Will Be Paid
for old metal, brass, copper,
rags, magazines, news­
papers, bottles, etc.
Jerry Jones,
Estacada
A notice appeared in the coun­
ty-seat paper last week announc­
ing that a group of residents in
the Eagle Creek district will pre­
sents petition at the March meet­
ing of the county court, asking i
for the establishment of a county
road through Section 32, town­
ship 3, range 4.
The government topographical
map indicates this section to be
near Faraday, with Section 32,
township 2, range 4, being due
east of Eagle Creek in Upper
Eagle Creek which latter section
is probably meant.
APPLICATION FOR
GRAZING PERMITS
Notice To Creditor«
NOTICE Is hereby given that all application* for
permits to graze cattle, horses, and sheep within the ' E sta te o f John A. Reid, deceased.
FOR SALE -White Pecin Duck
eggs. $1. a setting, delivered.
E. Hollander, Barton, Or., R. 1.
LOST A Scotch-chime whistle
from my Ford car. Return to
Estacada Garage and receive re­
ward. Clyde Schock, Estacada.
Hunts Move To While Pine
Mrs. Guy T. Hunt and sons of
Upper Garfield, left last week for
Portland, where they will visit
for a few days prior to their de­
parture for White Pine, Oregon,
where they will make their
future home.
Mr. Hunt has been at White
Pine for a year past, being con­
nected with one of the large lum­
ber concerns there and while he
never expects to make that his
permanent home, the family will
remain there for a time, but ulti­
mately will come back to their
Garfield farm, where they will
be welcomed by all.
St.
P a t r ic k ’«
Day Party
On Friday. March I6th, the
Sunday School of the Metho­
dist Church will give a St. Pat­
rick's Party in the church and
basement. Proceeds will be ap­
plied on the piano fund. Program
will be announced later.
Pearl Sm ith,
'j
Plaintiff,
vs
j- SUMMONS.
F red Sm ith,
D efendant, j
To F redS m ith, above named defendant:
In the nam e of the S ta te o f Oregon,
you are hereby required to appear and
answ er the com plaint died a g ain st you
in the above named suit, on or before
the 22nd day of M arch, 1917, said date
being the expiration of nix w eeks from
the first publication o f this summons,
and if you fail to appear o r answ er
said com plaint, for w an t th ere o f the
plaintiff will apply to the court for the
relief prayed fo r in her com plaint,
to-wit!
For a decree dissolving the m ar­
riage co n tract now e xisting betw een
plaintiff and d e fen d an t and th a t she be
perm itted to resum e her maiden name
of Pearl Shaffer. This sum m ons is pub­
lished by order of Hon. J . U. Cam p­
bell. Judge of the C ircuit Court, which
order was made and entered on the 5th
day of F ebruary, 1917, and the tim e
prescribed for publication th ereo f is six
weeks, beginning w ith the issue dated.
Thursday, F ebruary 8th, 1917, and con­
tinuing each week th e re a fte r to and in­
cluding the issue of Thursday, March
22nd. 1917.
B R O W N E L L * S1EVERS,
A ttorneys for plaintiff.
Daily
MILK
e state, in the County of Clackam as,
Oregon.
N ora 1. Reid,
A dm inistratrix o f the e sta te of
John A. Reid, deceased.
D ated March 1, 1917.
Claude W. Devore,
A tto rn e y fo r A dm inistratrix.
Notice To Creditors
E state of Jesse Cox, deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the under- j
signed, executrix and executor of the |
e sta te o f Jesse Cox, deceased, to the i
creditors of, and all persons h a v in g ,
claims against, the said deceased, to |
exhibit them , with the necessary vouch­
ers, w ithin six m onths a fte r the first
publication of this notice, a t the office
o f th eir atto rn ey in E stacada, the sam e
being the place for the transaction of
the business of said e state, in the
County of Clackam as, Oregon.
M onta Cox,
E xecutrix
’
W aiter Cox,
Executor.
E sta te of Je sse Cox, deceased.
D ated M arch 1. 1917.
Claude W. Devore,
A ttorney for E xecutors.
Delivery
Service
C& C R E A M
Milk and Cream delivered at your door,
each morning between 5 and 6 o’clock.
Absolutely rich, pure milk, from well cared for,
gram and ensilage fed Je rse y cows
Phone your w ants the night before and we will m ake
delivery
early
the
next
morning.
W hether you are a reg u lar custom er or not, feel free to call upon ua,
when in need of e x tra milk or cream.
Phone
-
P h y s ic ia n
and
S urgeon
Local and Long Distance Telephone
The doctor’s phone can be connected with your
home phone at night if requested. One long ring
Court Asked For New Road
R E G O N N A T I O N A L FOREST during the
Notice is hereby given by the under­
LISTEN — Our hens pay be­ O season
of 1917. must be fl.ed in my office at Portland,
signed,
adm inistratrix of the e sta te of
Oregon,
on
or
before
March
20.
1917.
Full
.nfoi-
cause they lay. Foundation stock mat.on In regard to the grazing fees to be charged and
blank forms to be used In making applications will be i John A. Reid, deceased, to the cred it­
direct from Tancreds 250 egg lay­ furnished
upon request. T. H. SHERRARD.
ors of, and all persona having claims
Supervisor.
ing strain of S. C. White Leg­
against, the said deceased, to exhibit
horns.
Extra Hatching Eggs —
them , w ith the necessary vouchers,
within six m onths a fte r the first publi­
$1.50 for 15 or $6. per hundred,
Summon«
cation o f this notice to said adm inis­
f. o. b. Estacada.
IN T H E C IR C U IT COURT O F TH E tra trix , a t the office of her a tto in ey in
Phone or address, George Cook,
STATE O F OREGON, FOR
E stacada, the sam e being the place for
CLACKAM AS COUNTY
R. 1, Estacada, Or.
the transaction of the business of said
FOR SALE—Good second-hand
Steel Range for sale cheap.
Inquire at News office, Estacada.
Henry V. Adix, M. D.
Office Adjoining Residence
Operating
Hearse and Morgue
E G G S FOR HATCHING
Rhode Island Reds — a laying
Wild Cat, Cougar,
strain—75c per setting of 15.
Wolf or Coyote
Also, Yellow Dent seed Corn —
Hides Tanned and Made Up
5c per pound.
into Rugs, Furs, or other
Also, a Hot Water Incubator—
Mountings.
150 egg size for $5.
Expert
Taxidermy Work
J. W. Moxley, R. 1, Kstucadu.
FOR SALE— Black Minorca
eggs, $1. per setting—Good lay­
ers.
H. B. Davis.
Garfield.
Estacada
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
C. R. Lovell
-
Currinaville
Dr. L. A. Wella
Dentist
Associated with Dr. H. V. Adix
Dr. R. Morse
P h y s ic ia n
and
S urgeon
Tests Eyes and Fits Glasses
Office on Main S tr. betw een 1st and 2nd
Residence: Main and 5th Sts.
Telephone Connection
Claude W. Devore
Attomey-at-Law and Notary Public
E stacada,
J O H N
Oregon.
B R O W N
The Insurance Man
O re go n Fire Relief A ss’n
O f McMinnville, Oregon.
Also First Class OLD LINE Insurance.
Automobile Insurance A Specialty
Phone 518
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Gresham
Team Work. Hauling and Packing
Wood delivered, any amount or length.
TIE SHED
• 10c per Rig
W. M. Yoncc
Calendar
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Bible School—10 A. M.
Preaching Services each Lord’s
Day at 11 A. M. and 7:30 P. M.
Choir Practise Tuesday evenings
at the church.
The public is most cordially in­
vited to worship with us.
G. L. Drill
W. Givens
Minister
Assistant
M. E. CHURCH
Preaching Services every Sunday
at 11 A. M. and 7:30 P. M.
Sunday School at 10 A. M.
Prayer Meeting at 7:30 every
Thursday evening.
Young Peoples’ Endeavor League
meets every other Sunday at
6:30 P. M., with the League
meetingron alternate Sundays at
the Estacada Christian Church.
All are invited to attend divine
services with us.
Rev. Henry Spiess, Pastor.