Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, July 26, 1917, Image 8

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Wanl and For Sale Column
5 cents per line. Cash in advance ♦
('A S H PA ID for Junk Econo- ♦
rnise, save your HAGS, RUB-| ♦
HER, IKON and M E T A L of all +
kinds and bring them to Jerry +
Licensed Embalmer
Jones, The Junk Man.
Pool Room, Estacada.
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Store or Residence
Hearse and Morgue
FOR SALK Two fresh Jersey
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Cows. Will trade one for hull
calf, must he past yearling, eith -1
Ralph Dahl of Portland, now a
Mrs. A. W. Lee of Rissell left
er Hereford or Durham.
Klmer Davis, Garfield.
I member of Company H of the Saturday for Albany, having
Jrd Oregon Infantry, was an Es- been suddenly called, owing to!
Wanted Second hand hack or. tacada visitor last Saturday, vis- the illness and subsequent death j
spring wagon.
iting the News office, where un- Gf ber mother
Inquire News Office
ti, his enlistment. he was em- j
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Miss r rankle Heritage of W eis-1
Household goods p ve ’---------
er, Idaho was a guest at the home
at reasonable [»rices — call on
Miss Callie Koperson of Dufur of her cousin, Mrs. Irwin Wright
Mrs. C. M. O ’neel, Currinsville. is visiting at the W. P. Snuffin of Estacada, this week.
Undertaking and Embalming
L. A. Chapman
home in Garfield.
everything but linen and silver­
Mrs. Harriet Merrill and son of
Mrs. A. K. Morton,
Oakland, California, after spend-
ing a few weeks vacation at the
Standish ranch in Garfield, left
TO LO AN $500. on improved
Wednesday for their home.
farm property.
J. F. Snyder. Garfield.
Mrs. E. W. Bartlett of Esta-
FO ( N D Large bunch 0f ! cada, accompanied by her guests,
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Wells and
K. E. Saling.
of Kansas City are spend-
ing a few days in Seattle, having
left Tuesday morning.
Small Claims Department.
Continued from front page
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Joe Demoy of Estacada, who
¡s acting as assistant to Supt.
j Opstad of the cheese factory,
met with an accident Tuesday
morning, which has temporarily;
¡laid him up. Joe. by mistake, |
turned on the wrong tap and se-j
verely scalded with steam, his J
right arm from the wrist to the
w AKt
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cind their
G«t It Out Earning For You. but B * a
Careful Investor.
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teather, Miss Schrepel,
establish claim to the land above des-
bribed, before the Register and Re-
| w h e r e th e y a t t e n d e d th e c a n n i n g ceiver of the United States Land Of-
I demonstrations, given in connec- flee, at Portland, Oregon, on the 4th
tioil wi t h tilt* N. E . A. Convention.
Money I* a workman. It works for
u L It V I L L
its owner nldle (lie owner sleeps, am) J 1 I 1> CL, T
it will work for anybody who has It if
Fstacada to Portland
lie w Id onl.\ put It to work, for there
Via J>t»ringwater
Is always aouiebody ready to litre mon­
ey and pay lor its use.
Car leaves Estacada 7:.‘I0 every
Let every reader who tias a few huu
morning except Sundays; return-
lied dollars to spare put it in a good
or yi.tMMi bond on the partial pay- j ing leaves 1st and Alder, Port­
uient plan and let it earn something. ■, land. 1 P. M.
Reservations may
Five bund red dollars tii'ested In a d
be made by phone for regular
percent hood «with the Income depos
lied in a aavings hank at 4 per cent» trips, special, night or Sunday
"III double Itself In twelve years that trips.
Theodore A. Reid.
is. the >.'iOO will have licome $1,000 In
Estacada. Or.
that time. This il.mm at d per tent
«,li ea i n $'iO a y ea r. or o\ er $ 1 a n eek.
for It* poNse>Ni,r
l.veu a( ,’i per cent
it Will double in tifleen years and si 4
per rent In eighteen )eurs.
The lesson the small Investor wants
to learn Is dial his money is Just as
good as (list of the larger luveator.
1 lie former has greater need o f Iteiug
careful because he has leas to spare.
Learn to l>e a careful Investor. The
dr«t thing the careful buyer does If be
wants to buy a horse, a cow, a house
or a farm, a Isuid or a share o f atock
la to make a careful Investigation.
Schooltioya may swap the JackkulTea
they hold In their closed bauds, but
growu up men ought to know better.
The lmuibleat tuteator can buy with
as great safety as the proudest, for
Ail vis#» ns what vegetables
bdh mu deal with the same bankers
or brokers lit these days when small
You have for sale.
lots are [atpular with Orma o f estati
Estacada Cannery
tisLrd uii^iauri. Jasper tu l>ealles
Red Raspberries
Black Caps
(ireen GdglS
Henry V. Adix, M. D.
P hysician
S urgeon
Office Adjoining Residence
Local and Long Distance Telephone
The doctor’s phone can be connected with your
home phone at night if requested. One long ring
Dr. L. A. Wells
Associated with Dr. H. V. Adix
Dr. R. Morse
P h y s ic ia n
S urgeon
Tests Eyes and Fits Glasses
Office on Main Str. between 1st and 2nd
Main and 5th Sts.
Telephone Connection
Claude W. Devore
Attorney-at-law and Notary Public
Notice For Publication
Department of the Interior, U. S. j
I Land Office at Portland, Oregon. .July!
12 . 1917.
Nearly everyone in this dis-
eastern portion on the north side
trict who was able, attended the1 Notice is hereby given that James
of the Clackamas, including Bar­
Gladstone Chautauqua last Sun- W. Creighton, of Welches, Oregon, who, |
ton, Dover, George, Garfield and
day and enjoyed the preaching ......
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entry. No. 03753, for SW1-4 SW l-4 N E
Estacada and a small portion on
of that famous evangelist, Billy 1-4, SW l-4 SEl-4 SW l-4 NE1-4, N l-2
the south side of the river
NW1-4 N W l-4 SE1-4, N E l-4 N W l-4
new Small Claims Department
SEl-4, S W l-4 N W l-4 N E I -4 SEl-4,
should be a busy one and a time
Frank Ewing of Viola last N l-2 SW l-4 N E I -4 SEl-4, Section 3,
and money saving one for the Tuesday made a trip to Portland, Township 3 South, Range 7 East, Wil-
settlement of accounts too small , taking with him the four girls lamette Meridian, has filed notice of in-
10 warrant the expense of regu-i of the Estacada Canning Club
make ^ r7 ' y*arl PrtM>f: to
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',ay o f S ep tem b er, 1917.
Claimant names as witnesses:
W H- Cr‘‘iKh,on- of ZiK Za^> ° re*
gon; Mrs. Jennie Chapman, of Zig Zag,
Oregon; M. C. V. Chapman, of Z igZ ag,
Oregon; John Malcomson, of Wel-
ches, Oregon.
Proof made under Act June «. 1912.
June 11 , 19< h >.
N. Campbell
For Publication
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at Portland, Oregon, June
29, 1917,
N O T IC E is hereby given that Robert '
Muller, of Colton, I
Clackamas County, Oregon, who; on
March S, 1912, made Homestead Entry, I
No. 03404, for Lot 7 and SE 1-4 of S W j
1-4, Section 6, Township 5 South,
Range 4 East, Willamette Meridian,
has filed notice of intention to make fi­
nal five-year Proof, to establish claim
to the land above described, before the
Register and Receiver of the United I
States Land Office, at Portland, O re­
gon, on the 10th day of August, 1917. j
Claimant names as witnesses:
William Werner, Charles W. Swan, *
William Sohiefer. Rex Gordon, all of
Colton, Clackamas County, Oregon.
PriHtf made according to law under)
which entry was made.
N. Campbell
The Insurance Man
Oregon Fire Relief Ass’n
O f McMinnville, Oregon.
Also First Class OLD L IN E Insurance.
Automobile Insurance A Specialty
Phone 513
Otis Wagner of Estacada, who
has been at his home for a week
or two past, recuperating from
an attack of pneumonia sustained
when in camp with his company
at Clackamas, last week suffered
a relapse, but at present is slight­
ly improved.
Mrs. H. D. Trapp of Garfield
returned home Sunday, after a
visit at the home of her mother.
Mrs. D. M. Ratcliffe of Wood-
burn, Oregon. Mr. Trapp and
Coyd Looney and family, in the
latter’s machine made the trip
Sunday to Wood burn, returning
with Mrs. Trapp.
Great Danger O f Fires
Continued from front page
sary in the prevention and con­
trol of forest fires.
The public general.y is urged
to use all possible care against
fires getting started and are ask­
ed to report at once any fires
which they may know of, or
which they may see the smoke
of in any of the nearby forests.
If these reports cannot be gotten
to Messrs. Wallace or Ferguson,
if word is phoned to the News
office, special efforts will be made
from here to get in touch with
the proper authorities.
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