Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, September 13, 1917, Image 2

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We’re too busy this week to write
advertising, for we’re
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Outfitting the Boys and Girls with
School Shoes
Our Stock is Complete * Prices and Values Right
Let Us Supply Your Children’s Needs.
Also headquarters for MEN’S and WOMEN'S
of all Kinds, from Dress to Heavy Rainproof W ear.
“ Your Satisfaction is Our Success“
East Clackamas Supply Co.
Estacada, Oregon.
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are not in our line— - +
* Aeroplanes
! Plumbing. Water Systems and Lighting Plants!
are all going up.
C C. Miller
We can save you money.
Plumbing—Steam Fitting—Tinning
When In Need Of
El wood Items
Clackamas To Have
Agricultural Agent
Geo. Harrison, is working in a
Clackamas County has now butcher
shop at Portland.
j ined the ranks of the progre s
ives and will have a county ag Mrs. Eimon’s sisters, Mrs
ricultural agent, stationed in Oi e- Clarence Tizer, husband, and
gon City.
daughte-, and Mrs. Etchison, of
This emulation of other leading Portland were Sunday visitors at
agricultural counties in this and the Eimon home,
other states, is the result of a School began Monday morning,
conference held last Thursday with Miss Lucile Swank of High­
between W. K. Newell of the land as teacher.
Federal Food Commission, Paul
V. Maris of the U. s. Dept, of
Church Announcement
Agriculture and the county court j The fo„owinK ¡9 the ordrr of
at the Christian Church
At present the expenses of the ; services
day. Bible
agent will be met by the govern- School
( for next at 10 Lord’s
followed by
merit but the court announced
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Thursday that next year's bud- , ipr^ We chl'’K
at planned
L , for
. an illus-
get would include an item of tratecj sermon in the evening,
$1300, which the taxpayers would havin(r obtained some fir e lan­
be asked to authorize for the ex­ tern slides. Alt are invited to
pense of the work. This amount anv and all of our services.
will have $3500 added to it by the
G. L. Drill.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kenny of
Pathe Presents “ The Empress” Estacada r e t u r n e d Saturday,
At the Family Theatre in Esta­ from a two weeks auto trip
cada, on Thursday evening. Sept. through southern Oregon and
20ch, will be shown the five part, northern California Mr. Kenny,
Gold Rooster play, “The Em- who drives a Buick roadster,
press’* with Holbrook Blinn and claims to have made the trip of
Doris Kenyon in the lead parts. 950 miles on 47 gallons of gas
This is a strong feature film deal- and with Estacada air in his tires,
ing with the loves and intrigues
of an artist, his model and her R. A. Blanchard, Agricultural-
i ist of the Livestock State Bank
On Saturday evening, Sept, of North Portland was a Fair
15th, will be shown the 14th and visitor Wednesday. Mr. Blan-
next to the last episode of “ Pearl chard will probably be in this
of the Army“ —the animated car- 'community again, when his tfork
toon, “ Bringing Up Father“ — i n connection with financing
the “ Ford and Pathe Weeklies” , farmers in the purchasing and
raising of more livestock, will be
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Peterson welcomed,
are this week established in their
new home on Fifth Street, which Delegates from the Presbyteri­
is one of the most attractive an Churches atr Springwater.
in Estacada. With the inter­ Eagle Creek and George will
vening shrubbery and trees cut meet next Friday evening at the
from the hill, this beautiful home J. C. Peterson home in Estacada.
overlooks the city and in turn to consider questions relating to
looms up as a beauty spot from the adoption of a new Sundav
School Quarterly.
the business section below.
Dee Wright of Wapinitia, the The Misses Aka. Alpha and
genial government packer, was Stella Hinman of Springwater.
a n Estacada business visitor are picking hops in the yards
Tuesday, arranging for fall pas­ near Independence, but expect
turage in this county for his pack to return in time for the opening
of school.
Hardware and Farm Machinery
Dont forget that we have a store full of
a s b r a i ' » s ^
Builders and Heavy Hardware
Stoves and Ranges
And A-Warehouse Full Of
Plows; Harrows, Discs. Drills, Wagons and Spreaders
Come In and Inspect Our Stock We Can Save You Money On What Hardware or Farm Machinery You May Need.
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H ardware — H arness — I mplements
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