Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, June 06, 1918, Image 2

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    Walter Kitzmiller and his dogs
of Dover last week had a touch­
ing encounter with a porcupine
and the dogs are s t i l l nursing
their quill speared faces.
RED CROSS
Bmce Schminky of Dover has
returned f ro m O. A. C. and s
leaving shortly for the Fres dio
at San Francisco, where he will
undergo military training.
DANCE
RALLY
Eagle Creek
Cogswell’s Hall
Saturday June 8, 1918
Wm. Graham of Viola is t h e
latest volunteer to “ help lick the
Kaiser” having left f o r Van­
couver Mondav.
PATRIOTIC A D D R E SS - 8 P. M., by HON. CHAS W. ROBISON of Portland,
on AMERICANISM - “What It Means” and “Why We Will Win The War*”
All A m erican s
Will
COME EA R LY
Wm. Hieinbotham and family
of Viola are making a combin­
ation pleasure and business trip
by auto, goingto Hood Fiver and
a i d i n g in the berry picking in
in that section.
All O thers
Should
R je m e m b e r - r_A\\ net receipts go to R^ed Cross work.
Dance and Supper* after c^d d ress.
CO MM ITT EE
A. D. Burnett
B. F. Cogswell
C. L. Chambers
W. L. Smith
The ‘‘Cheer ’Em Up” Social at
Springwater Saturday evening
was well attended, netting its
sponsors, the C. E. Society, a-
bout $30.
Dont let the grass
grow under your feet
when our
G a r d e n H a n d C ultivators,
shovel and 14 tooth
H orse C u ltiv a to r s and superior lint* of L a w n M o w er s
W ill K e e p Y our P la c e C le a n a n d u p -to -d a te
A large crowd attended t h e
program g i v e n by the Spring-
water school last Thursday even­
ing.
Miss Ellen Guttridge of Prairie
City. Oregon is visiting relatives
in the Springwater section.
S. A. Douglass of Molalla visit­
ed among Flagle Creek friends
during the past week.
Miss Rosalie Allen of Logan
was the guest Friday of Miss
Nettie Woodle of Upper Eagle
Creek.
Mrs. .1. A. Kiggins of Spring-
water returned Saturday after a
two months visit at the home of
her son Ben in Montana.
E. E. Elliott and wife of Port-
latd called on a number of Eagle
Creek friends Saturday.
( litford Kiggins of Springwat-
er. who was in the last draft,
left Friday for Portland where
he joined his company.
A number of the Springwater
young folks were guests Monday
evening at a delightful l a w n
s u p p e r at the Peter Erickson
home.
in Garden, Field or L a w n
One
Gordon J. Taylor of Molalla,
Walter Givens of E s t a c a d a ,
Grant B. Dimiek and the school
hoys’ quartette of Oregon City
did their full share to make the
Y’iola lied Cross social last Thurs­
day evening a success, with the
affair netting $76.
F ish erm en s Supplies
a dandy assortment of
H ook», Line». Pool» Reel», Flie»
W e h ave received a carload of furniture, co n ­
sisting of Chair*, Table*, Dre»*er», Beds, Spring*,
Kitchen Q ueen* and M attresses.
W e w ould be pleased to have you call, look
them over and get our price*
♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
Hurtlw ii rv
Marne»!«
♦ ♦ ♦
BERT H. FINCH
When they’re fattened and ready for market.
SELL ’EM TO
M. J. KERKES
K - t »«*»<!«
O reg o n
Livestock Buyer and Butcher.
Livestock of all kind* purchased.
Phone «>r see Henry Githens. Currinsville Or.