Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, March 06, 1919, Page Page Five, Image 5

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    Thursday, March r, 1919
LOCAL BREVITIES
AND NEWS ITEMS
William Kraack of Portland
came out Saturday to inspect his
property on Main St.
Milton Mattoon of Garfield
made a business trip to Portland
Friday, returning Saturday.
We have a good stock of Gill’s
Oregon home grown seeds.
Dales
Miss Josephine Lewellen o f
Portland, visited her sister Mrs.
Wiley Howell of Springwater this
week.
Mrs. L. A. Wells anc baby son
left Sunday to make a visit with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Lilburn at Roseburg.
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Van Duzer
accompanied by Mr. Howard Hall,
all of Portland spent Sunday with
Dr. and Mrs. R. Morse.
The Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Pogue .
of Nehalem, are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. J. P. Woodle of Eagle
Creek, the parents of the latter.
Mr. Pogue is the pastor cf the
Methodist Church at Nehalem,
and a preached a very able ser­
mon in the Methodist Church
here, last Sunday morning.
While a heavy load of wood
was being hauled across the rail­
road tracks Saturday afternoon,
the frontleft wheel broke through
the sewer from the hotel which
run» underneath. The conse­
quence was that the load was up­
set and had to be unloaded be­
fore the wagon could be righted,
and then the wood loaded again
to pile on the car.
Sat. Night March 8th
FEATURING
BIG B ILL
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EASTERN CLACKAMAS NEWS
Page Five
The 65th Congress closed last
Tuesday noon.
Oregon Poultry Farm
LOWER EAGLE CREEK
J. C. Byron wife and family
left for Salt Lake, Utah, Friday
Phil. Marquam, Proprietor
afternoon.
Peter Menano of Portland,
S. Pesznecker motored over to
TRAP NESTED SINGLE
spent
the week-end with Ernest
Portland Tuesday on business,
COMB WHITE LEGHORNS
Smith.
returning that evening.
“ BARRON STRAIN”
Mrs. Anna Fuli and children
We have a good stock of Gill’s
—Tom Barron has won
were Eagle Creek visitors Sun­
Oregon home grown seeds.
sixteen Egg Laying ('on-
day.
Dales
tests in AMERICA and
Europe.
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Oren
Ballon
of
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A dance will be given at the
Marmot spent Sunday with Ward
—No other strain has ap­
Logan Grange Hall, Saturday
Douglass
and
family.
proached
this record!
evening. March 8th. Everyone
—Every Bird on Oregon
invited.
Joe Fuzie is in the Good
Poultry Farm is trap-
Samaritan hospital, where he re­
C. H. Bassett who was tempor­
nested.
cently had an operation on his
ary depot agent here after the
Settings from high pro­
lungs to remove pus which form­
death of Frank Crouse, was in
ducing trap-nested Tom
ed since he had pneumonia follow­
town Saturday.
Barron hens, $1.50 up.
ing
an
attack
of
influenza
last
The school house Hag was hung
November.
at half mast Tuesday out of ‘re­
spect to the memory of the late
Miss G. Githens of Currinsville Oregon Poultry Farm
Governor Withycombe.
will attend the wedding of stock
ESTACADA, OREGON
buyer
M.
J.
Kerkes’
daughter,
J. W. Cook who was released
Miss Edda to Mr. M. Rowitz, of
from military duty at Camp
Portland, who is assistant pur­ and active until the Saturday be­
Lewis was a guest at the J. C.
chasing agent, with the Meier & fore his death, doing the chores
Hillman home last week.
Frank Co. The wedding will be about his farm, so his death
Capt. J. M. Coy visited his
solemnized, Sunday March 9th. comes as a shock to his friends
father, J. J. Coy of this place,
Henry Hall died at the home ( and neighbors of Eagle Creek.
Thursday. He has just been hon­
of his daughter in Portland on
orably discharged from the ar­
Wednesday, Feb. 26th. Mr. We have a good stock of Gill’s
tillery at the camp in Kentucky.
Hall has been a sufferer of cancer Oregon home grown seeds.
The friends of Mrs. M. H.
cer for some time, but was up
I tales
Evans will be sorry to learn that
she is suffering from neuritis.
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When she gets better she is in­
tending to pay a visit to Esta-
eada.
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E. Boher while driving in Upp­
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er Garfield on the twenty-fifth
had the misfortune to have his
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horse killed by a limb falling from
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a tree on it, due to the force of
To
furnish
complete
and
satisfactory
the wind.
Banking Service to the the people of
We have a good stock of Gill’s
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this community. If you feel that we
Oregon home grown seeds.
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Dales
are, in any way, falling short of doing
John^A. Trachsel received two
this, we will appreciate it if you will tell
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full blooded Holstein heifer calves
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us about it.
from Fairview, Ore., last Friday.
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This strain is noted for its milk­
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ing qualities, giving a copious
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supply and as a rule easy to milk.
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L. A. Chapman moved Tuesday
We are succeeding in our ambition, tell
into the house formerly occupied
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by R. M. Standish, as he sold his
your neighbor, who ought to be shar­
residence to S. E. Wooster who
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ing tho advantage of a business con­
will now occupy it. His future
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nection with a strong HOME BANK.
plans are yet undecided.
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Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Goodrich
of Portland the parents of Mrs.
F. J. Dunlop arrived Sunday
morning. Mr. Goodrich is an
abstractor and has his office in
Estacada
State
B
ank
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the Chamber of Commerce build­
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ing. He is one of the minute
men appointed to speak on the
FOUR PER CEN T IN TEREST ON
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centenary movement of the Meth­
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odist Church, and spoke on tith­
TIME AND SAVINGS DEPOSITS!
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ing Sunday evening. He return­
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ed to Portland Monday morning,
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but Mrs. Goodrich remained for
a few days.
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