Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, March 13, 1919, Page Page Two, Image 2

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SPR1NGWATER ITEMS
Mrs. R. S. Coop o f Currinsville
is visiting with her daughter Mrs.
G. • Guttridge.
Mrs. Phillipie o f Lebanon, Ore.,
spent the past two weeks with
her sister Mrs. J. Marshall.
Mrs. W. Christenson entertain­
ed a number o f the ladies at a
birthday dinner on Friday noon.
Mr. and Mrs. Ecker of Port­
land visited with Mr. and Mrs.
J. Marshall and family the week
end.
Marion Millard who has been
at Camp Lewis in service received
his honorable discharge on Wed­
nesday o f last week and is now
at his parental home.
C. N. Davis formerly o f Spring-
water had the misfortune of be­
ing run over by a truck in
Yakima, Wash., and was serious­
ly injured. He is slowly recover­
ing.
The Christian Endeavor Society
held their monthly business and
social meeting at the home o f
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Mogeron Fri­
day evening.
The society invit­
ed the Intermediate Society to the
social.
Both societies enjoyed
the “ paper party, ” and the re­
freshments.
VIOLA BREEZES
The mail carrier on route 2 out
from Oregon City passes through
Viola to escape getting mired on
that road in places.
Mrs. Randolph and daughter
Norma went to Portland on Mon­
day with Byron and an auto
agent who is selling the Over­
land.
A man from Clackamas Station
was here a few days ago looking
at the store building, we under­
stand he is talking o f buying it.
We shall welcome him to our
burg.
G. Kirchem from Logan and
Frank Spague and son from Red-
land with four or five hound dogs
were scouring the timber and
canyons near here on Sunday for
that lost cougar, but it had left
for parts unknown.
M. E. Church
There will be services both morning
and evening next Sunday at 11:00 a. m.
ami 7:30 p. m. Sunday School at 10:00
h . m., Young People’s Meeting at 6:80
p. m.
Everyone cordially invited to
attend these services.
J. F. Dunlop, Pastor,
Thursday, March 13, 1919
EASTERN CLACKAMAS NEWS
Our mail carrier Mr. Kirk has
the worst route in the state for
mud holes that are knee deep in
places, so he has to walk and
push on the wheel to help his
horse. He cannot leave Estacada
until 9:30 a. m. and gets back
there at 7:00 p. m.
The early
car from Portland is so loaded
bringing the daily papers that
it is impossible to bring the mail
until 8:30 a. m.
LOWER EAGLE CREEK
Mrs. Will Githens and baby of
Canby are visiting at Mr. E. Fos­
ter’s home.
Elmer Anderson has had his
discharge from the army and is
back on the farm.
Robert Devine is now able io
be up and around his little house,
the first in three weeks.
Ben Anderson has purchased
the Gobey place, and intends
moving his house over on to it.
Mrs. W. Gibler and Mrs. Em­
ma Ritman o f Portland, spent
Sunday with their mother, Mrs.
Regina Horger.
William Hansen o f Bandon,
Ore., is calling on old time neigh­
bors in the vicinity o f Eagle
Creek this week.
Mr. and Mrs. English arrived
Saturday from Oakland, Calif, to
make an indefinite stay with
their daughter, Mrs. B. F. Cogs­
well.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mason
formerly o f Eagle Creek, but now
of Sellwood, were calling on
friends in this neighborhood on
Sunday. Their son Clifford who
enlisted in the quartermaster
corps and has been in France for
eighteen months, was to sail for
the U. S. A. the 1st o f March.
Just as Cheap Here
as in Portland.
We received a grocery price
list from Meier, Frank Co. o f
Portland, last week and com­
pared prices with those o f a local
merchant. We found very little
variation, some articles being a
few cents cheaper and others
correspondingly higher, while
yet others were exactly the same
as here. The conclusion we ar­
rived at was, that including the
freight charges, on a general av­
erage, one could do as well in Es­
tacada as in Portland.
There will be a dance at Cogs­
wells hall. Eagle Creek, on Sat­
urday, March 22nd.
Meade’s
four piece orchestra will furnish
the music and tickets will be a
dollar.
NEW TRAIN
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Beginning Sundag, j
February 9th, 1919 (
T R A IN S L E A V E E S T A C A D A
FO R P O R T L A N D :
6:55 a. m., 8:52 a. m., 12:52 p. m., 4:52 p. m.,
and 6:30 p. m.
T R A IN S L E A V E P O R T L A N D
FOR ESTACADA:
5:15 a. m., 10:45 a. m., 2:45 p. m., 4:45 p. m.
j Portland Railway Light & j
Power Company
W e Have a Good Assortment of
DISCS, HARROWS AND PLOWS
— That we can sell you at a Big Discount
from Portland prices.
Plumbing
Supplies ELECTRIC
DRY CELL
G O O D S !
BATTERI’ S
We Have Just Re­
ceived a Fresh Sup­
ply of
A COMPLETE
STOCK OF
—We have Pipe, Pipe
Rods, Pipe Fitting»
o f all kinds.
HIGHEST
TEST AND LONG
LASTING
— Hardware, Har­
ness, Implements,
Builders & Heavy
Hardware, Heat­
ing Stoves a n d
Ranges.
— Bulbs, S o c k e t s ,
S w itch es, T u b e s ,
Switch Plugs, Wire
and Cord.
FIELD FENCING—ln,
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B E R T H. F IN C H
HARDW ARE
F U R N IT U R E
IM P LE M E N TS
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