Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, October 11, 1917, Image 2

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Mr. and Mrs. Ferd. Zurcher o f
Macleay, Or., Mr. and Mrs. John
Eggiman and son and Mr. and
Mrs. A r n o l d Eggiman and
daughter, of Lents were visitors
at the Joe Guttridge home Sun-
Sugar $8.00
Flour $10.80
at these prices, except for
Mrs. A. Koennaman is harvest­
ing the garden crop o f Rev. Mi­
ner o f Sandy, consisting of beans
and potatoes.
J. W. Exon, who is working
on a steamboat, returned to his
farm for a few days last week.
East Clackamas Supply Co.
Estacada, Oregon.
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* Plumbing, Water Systems and Lighting Plants ♦
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When you are in the market for anything in these lines
C. C. Miller
W. H. Reeder ot Portland will
hold preaching services at the
Douglass S c h o o l on Sunday
the 14th.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Douglass
motored to Logan on Sunday,
spending the day at the home of
Mrs. Frank Ahnert and son the latter’s sister, Mrs. Flora
Ralph returned from Washington Benson.
Tuesday, accompanied by Miss
A banner enrollment is urged
Mollie Ahnert.
at the next meeting ot the Eagle
H. H. Udell and road crew are Creek Grange, as this grange
busy laying cross-logs on the hopes to eclipse all others in the
county on that day, Saturday,
Exon road.
October 20th. Important busi­
The Dover School Board and
ness is to be transacted and a
several patrons met Thursday,
fine chicken dinner w i l l be
and repaired the flag-pole, which
So all members are
had become dangerous f r o m
asked to be present.
Mrs. Ralph Gibson is carrying
Mrs. H. H. Udell entertained
the mail on the Barton rural
Estacada friends last Sunday.
route, while Mr. Gibbon takes
a vacation. •
The scheduled meeting o f the
Garfield Grange for last Satur­
day has been postponed for a
Mrs. Walter Gribben and chil­
month, as few members could dren of Estacada. left this week
attend during the present prune for a trip to Michigan, where
picking and dry ing season.
they will visit among relatives.
“ Your Satisfaction is Our Success”
Mr. and Mrs. A. Grout and
Mrs. Wm. Kurasch of Portlan ',
were week-end gueste at the
John Githen’s home.
Mrs. Full and children o f Ea­
gle Creek have moved tu Gresh­
am, where she has accepted a
The Christian Endeavor held
position as housekeeper.
its business and social meeting
A crew of Portland wooti-cut­
at the home o f J. C. Grable Wed­
are now at work on the Ed­
nesday evening.
gar Heiple place.
Mr. and Mrs. Mace Warnock
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Githei.s
have moved to Oregon City,
wnerethey will make their home made a trip to the mountains u r
with their daughter. Mr. War­ huckleberries this week.
nock lately leased his farm here.
Eagle Creek Notes
Mrs. J. C. Kilgore returned
from a trip to Chicago last week.
W. H. Douglass, accompanied
Miss Ruth Zurcher o f Silverton by H. H. Udell and T. C. McKay
is visiting her sister, Mrs. Joe motored to Oregon City Weanes-
day, where they transacted bus­
Mr. and Mrs. George Haack
Bruee Schminky left Friday, and children and Mrs. H. S.
for Corvallis, where he will at­ Jones of Portland motored to Ea­
tend the O. A. C. and resume gle Creek bunday and visited
his course in Civil Engineering. Mrs. Viola Douglass.
We cannot afford to sell
♦ M y' Business
AUpaugh ’Appenings
w„e„ in n „, i of nardware and Farm Machinery
Dont forget that we have a store full of
Builders and Heavy Hardware
Stoves and Ranges
And A Warehouse Full Of
Plows, Harrows, Discs, Drills, Wagons and Spreaders
Come In ami Inspect Our Stock-W e Can Save You Money On What Hardware or Farm Machinery You May Need.
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