Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, February 07, 1918, Image 5

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    What
Have
You
To Sell
AT
Public Auction?
The exact date of the big pub­
lic auction to be held in Estacada,
under the auspices of the Estaca­
da Clearing House, will be an­
nounced next week, probably oc-
curing on Saturday, March 2nd
or the Saturday following.
Colonel W. S. Wood of Vancou­
ver, o f state-wide reputation as
an auctioneer, has agreed to con­
duct the sale, but wants to know
exactly the date set.
The Clearing House can not set
this date until the public furnish­
es us a list of the livestock or ar­
ticles which they wish to sell. A
list o f thousands of articles is
wanted, so that the advance ad­
vertising throughout the county
will attract buyers from all dis­
tricts.
We already have listed horses,
cows, pigs, wagons and many
household and farm articles—but
we want ten times as much more.
TELEPHONE, W R I T E
or
CALL at the Clearing House
and tell us what you will have to
sell at this public auction.
DO IT RIGH T N O W , for it
cant be delayed!
Colonel Wood writes— “ You
get the crowd and the goods and
I'll do the rest." And if he con­
ducts it as he did the C. M. Da­
vis auction in Springwater last
Spring,—we believe him. He al­
so says— “ Get some of the ladies
organizations to serve a cafeteria
lunch, as they can make some
easy money. I’ ll donate 5% of
my profits on the day, to the la­
dies, the Red Cross or any char­
ity .”
Parties now having goods for
sale at the Clearing House are
asked to advise us if they are
wiling that same be sold at auc­
tion, if not sold sooner.
The display in the Clearing
House now comprises some of
the best bargains in implements,
stoves, ranges, carpets, separa­
tors, furniture, etc. ever seen in
this community, with John Page,
the new manager, keeping the
store open during regular busi­
ness hours.
We want more articles for sale
and want you to examine our
bargains before purchasing new
wares.
Estacada
Clearing House
R. M. Standish - Proprietor
E. H. S.
Echoes
Contributed by Estacada High School
Ladies
A basket ball game between
E. H. S. and Springwater was
played Wednesday night.
It was an exciting game and
even if E. H. S. did not win,
they made Springwater hustle
around pretty fast. Albert Lich-
thorn made himself famous by
shooting a large number o f bas­
kets.
Saturday evening, February
2nd, E. H. S. was going to play a
game of basket ball with San^y
high school, but owing to the ab­
sence of several members of the
latter team, were unable to play;
so Estacada played with the San­
dy town team.
Most of the
Sandy fellows were strong, stal­
wart men, thus rendering it im­
possible for E. H. S. to win.
The score was 16 to 30.
The E. H. S. girls’ basket ball
team also went to Sandy with
the intention of playing with the
Sandy high school girls, but for
some unknown reason Sandy re-
fused to play.
The m i d - t e r m examinations
were held Wednesday, Thursday,
and Friday of last week. All
those getting an average o f 95%
in deportment and 90% in their
studies were denied the privilege
of taking them. Many of the
Freshmen and Sophomores could
be seen going to class with brave
expressions on their faces, but
rather weak “ kneed” . However,
the majority passed the examin­
ations with honor as they were
not very hard.
Try This On Your Cook Stove!
Boston Brown Bread
By the Domestic Science Dept.
1 cup rye flour
1 cup corn meal
1 cup graham flour or whole
wheat
Yx teaspoonful salt
/ x 2 cup sour milk
y2 cup molasses
i y teaspoon soda
y teaspoon baking powder.
Sift soda, baking powder, salt
with corn meal, mix with other
flours; add to molasses and sour
milk; put in buttered tins and
steam from three to four hours.
Morris Cahill of Eagle Creek,
now stationed at Ft. Seward,
Alaska with Company A of the
14th Infantry, acknowledges re­
ceipt of the “ home paper” and
tells about how welcome it is;
sends regards to all friends, and
reports the climate there varying
in a few hours from 40 degrees
above to 15 degrees below zero.
But he admits life at an army
fort is monotonous and only wish­
es he could be transferred “ across
the pond.”
Will Palm&teer of Morgan,
Oregon, after a visit among rel­
atives and friends in this com­
munity for the past sixty days,
left for home Saturday.
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We are fast assembling the most complete line of
DRY GOODS And Notions
ever carried in this community.
We take pleasure in calling your attention to a few
o f our exceptional values —
Ginghams assortment designs Hnd colors
2 % ‘ yd
Frolics —white and assortment o f colors
28c ”
Special Cretonne for hand Gags
50o •’
Toweling
lie to 85c ”
Muslin
20c to 28c ”
Oil Cloth—new designs
aoe **
Coats Threads in colors.
Big assortment of Ribbons.
Notions -
Hosiery—
Jumpers etc.
PAR K A N D CLOSNER
ESTACADA.
We Can
Supply Your Wants
in the following
MACHINE WORK OF ALL KINDS
Ignition Work
Cylinder Grinding
Battery Charging
Electrical Starting
Oxy Acetylene Welding
Battery Repair Work
Our Carbon Burner is a Little Wonder
We can clean your engine without removing cylinder
head in a few minutes
Watch Our
Vulcanizing Department
But there is one tire that will be seldom
seen there - its name is
Brunswick
Cascade Garage
S. P. Pesznecker
DODGE
Republic Trucks
J. C. Peterson
Sales Agents for
CHEVROLET
Brunswick Tires
CADILLAC
Cleveland Tractors