Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, July 26, 1917, Image 3

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CAN
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AFFORD
To Be Without a Bank Account?
This question has no reference
to your financial condition, but
from a strictly business point of
view can you afford to forego the
many advantages that accrue to
owners of growing bank ac­
counts? This is a competitive
age competition to accumulate
is becoming keener all the time.
Your competitor has a bank ac­
count to systematize his affairs
and takes advantage of all its
privileges. Can YOU afford to
let him have this advantage
over you?
Why not start an account with
us and take advantage of the con­
venience and facilities afforded
for the better protection of
YOUR income.
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Leroy 1). Walker, President
Thomas Yocum, Vice President
I r w i n I). W r i g h t , C a s h i e r
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See Us For
Sidewalk Planks
Wide Mouth Mason Jars
Pints
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90c
Q uarts
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$ 1 .0 0
H alf G allons
R ubbers
10c a d ozen
C aps
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$ 1 .2 5
3 d ozen for 2 5 c
2 5 c a d o zen
Estacada Feed & Lumber Co. I
L. S. BRONSON
M. D. EVANS
Estacada,
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O. C. S. GERBER
O regon.
Having in the past few weeks
given publicity to several enter­
tainments, dances and athletic
stunts, which were to have been
given under the auspices of the
soldiers of Company D. and
which at the last minute were
postponed or cancelled, tin1 News
wishes to apologize for its part
in having mislead or dissapointed
the public, although it was in no
ways to blame.
In each instance, including the
dance scheduled for last Satur­
day evening, the affair was call­
ed off after the paper had gone
to press. As the lives and plans
of soldiers are matters over
which they have little control,
they too should not be too severe­
ly criticised, for they were as
sorely disappointed at having to
go without a dance, as was any
of the public.
E a g }e C reek Note*
E stacad a State B ank
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A pology
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W. F. Reeder, a Christian min­
ister of Portland, will be out
Sunday July 29, and hold preach­
ing services at the Douglass
school house at 11 A. M. Every­
body is invited to attend.
Miss Veroo Beckett was the
Sunday guest of her mother,
Mrs. Annie Beckett.
Dr. G. W. Pardey, proprietor
of the Hizz Remedy Company,
was in Eagle Creek last Friday
afternoon, to see some of his
patients.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Douglass
a n d Carl Douglass attended
Chautaqua Saturday.
J. P. Woodle and son Rav
have installed a water system
and now will have water in the
house.
H. S. Gibson sold a horse to
Thomas Eaden last Friday.
Dr. and Mrs. H. E. Morgan,
of Wasco, who are down on a
visit, with Mrs. U. S. Morgan,
of Estacada spent Monday after­
noon with Mr. and Mrs. .1. P.
Woodle.
Mrs. Flora Benson and chil­
dren were visiting at the home
of Roy Douglass recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hoffmeister
and children motored to Glad­
stone Park Friday, to attend
Chautauqua.
Quite a number of the resi­
dents of Eagle ('reek were Chau­
tauqua visitors on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. (’lias. Masson
were up on the hill last Thurs­
day, looking for cherries, but as
cherries are very scarce this
year, they found none.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. F. Brower,
spent Sunday, at Fern (’amp
with Mr. and Mrs. Cahill.
A. N. Orke is building a new
barn Tor himself.
S pringw ater N ew s Items
Contribute«)
A party was given at the Sea-
quest home last Wednesday eve
ning in honor of Miss Ernby of
Portland, who is spending a cou­
ple of days with Miss Seaquest.
The evening was enjoyed by
all present.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Peterson.
Rev. R. A. Weld, the Misses
Adele Schenk and Mable Strunk
tire attending the Presbyterian
Synod at Eugene this week.
Mrs. Grable and her father
Mr. Cooper spent several days in
Portland last week.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. E. Shibley
a n d daughter, spent Sunday
with her parents in Portland.
Miss Katherine Tannler of
Hillsdale, and Mr. John Bailer of
Portland spent Sunday at ih«*
Schenk home.
O. N. Holmen and son Oscar
motored to Tillamook Beach last
week, going by way of Wood
burn where they were joined by
another son of Mr. Holmen.
Nels Christensen has built a
new porch on his house and has
no prospects of a partner either.
Canning Dem onstrations J u ly 30
Miss Helen Cowgill of the Ex-
tention Department of the O. A.
C. will b«* in Estacada. all day,
July doth at the school house,
where she will give canning dem­
onstrations and organize canning
clubs, a club consisting of three
boys or three girls,
All mothers and daughters are
urged to attend these valuable
and highly instructive demon­
strations and as Miss Cowgill is
well known to many of the local
people, through her work at the
last East Clackamas County Fair,
a good attendance should be on
hand to spend the day.
Dover
Doings
Contributed
The John Affolter, Sr. sawmill
is humming away these days
sawing planks for the roads.
Granville Cooper of Portland,
who is a farmer resident of Do­
ver, motored out Sunday.
Roy Woodle of Portland, after
helping with the haying at the
Evans’ place has gone to Eagle
Creek to work.
Bruce Schminkey is ill will)
tonsilitis, necessitating the c a ll­
ing of a physician.
The A. J. Morrison and A.
Koennaman houses are now be­
ing improved with fresh coats of
paint.
LAWYERS
At*!itracts exam ined. C orporation Law.
F inancial A gents. T ru s ts , Escrows an d
A ccounts. E s ta te s p ro b ate d . Collec­
tio n s, D eeds, M ortgages.
G eneral
practice in all c o u rts . C orrespondence
solicited. P ro m p t a tte n tio n . Bank
references, F o u r te e n th ye a r.
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