Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, July 31, 1919, Page Page Six, Image 6

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    Page Six
EASTERN CLACKAMAS NEWS
Thursday, July 31, 1919
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t
CAN
CANNING TIME!
WITHOUT
M O ULD
OR
SPOILAGE
T h e Ja z z C o lu m n
W e keep
also
T he W ell K now n
MASON CAP
We carry a complete line of Fruit Jars and
every thing else in the canning line.
Economy Jars
“ S E L F - S E A L I N G " B RAN D
Put up your fruits now as it won’t pay you to
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delay.
S I MP L E AS C A N BE
AND SEALS A L L REGU­
LAR MASON J A R S A B ­
SOLUTELY
AIR-TIGHT.
DOES N O T U S E R UBBER
RING.
PREVENTS
M O U L D I N G O R SPOI L­
ING O F FOOD.
Sugar Special
Shorts, Mill Run, Butter Fat, B. C. S. Chop,
Fruit or B erry S u gar for
ca n n in g p u r p o s e s .........
1 0 0 p o u n d s ............. $ 9 .6 0
Ro. Barley, Ground Barley and Oats.
ESTACADA FEE
FEED
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We can now supply you with Middlings,
G R O C ER IES
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LUM BER
We Believe “A Satisfied Customer is the Best Advertisement . ”
L E E S. BRONSON
H A R R Y C. R E ID
M ILTO N D. EV A N S
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• ELWOOD ITEMS
BE A ' L E A D E R
s
Basket social in the Frank Ba­
ker Hall, Elwood, Saturday niyht
August 2nd. The proceeds will
go towards building a new hall.
Ladies please bring baskets, a
program will be rendered.
The dance at Bitner’s last Sat­
urday was well attended.
Miss Mattie Cahill of Eagle
•4 u ne and (real leader l\Jt* Kit u hole community and may lift an entire naiio n*' — E ly
An immense problem in reco n stru ctio n confronts th e present generation.
Are you doing y o u r u tm o s t to prepare to lead in its solution?
Oregon Agricultural College
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Creek, visited her grandmother,
Mrs. I. Park this week.
Mrs. Ashby is visiting Mrs.
Matt Park.
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ahlberg en­
tertained friends Tuesday eve­
ning. Five hundred was played
till midnight, when delicious re­
freshments were served. The
festivities were enlivened with
orchestral music.
T r a m * for I f i i dr r i hi p in t h e i ndu s t r i e s a n d professions as follows .
H O M E E C ON O M IC S. A G R I C U L T U R E . C O M M E R C E . F O R E S T R Y . P H A R M A C Y . MUSIC.
V O C A T IO N A L EDUCATION. CIVIL EN G IN EE R IN G . ELECTRICAL E N G IN EER IN G .
MECHA NICAL E N G IN E E R IN G . C H E M IC A L E N G IN E E R IN G . I N D U S T R I A L ARTS.
MINING EN G IN EER IN G . LOGGING ENGIN EERING. MILITARY SCIENCE
Th e Co l l r a r t r a i n i n g i ncl udes c o u r s r t in Engli sh. Economi cs . Art. M a t h e m a t i c s . M o d e r n Languages,
Phys i cal Ed u ca t i o n . I n d u s t r i al J o u r n a l i s m, N a t u r a l Sciences, a n d all essent ial s of a n e d uca t i on.
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Three regular te rm s —Fall te rm begins Septem ber 22, 1919
'’' R e d
C r o w n ”—
straight-distilled, all­
refinery gasoline—
gives steady, depend­
able power. Look for
the Red Crown sign
^jefore you fill.
For College Ca t a l og. I l l u s t r a t e d Bo o k l et a n d ot her i n f o r ma t i o n a d d r e s s
T H F R E G I S T R A R , O r e g o n Agr i cul t ur al College. Corvall i s
STANDARD OIL
COM
NY
(California)
The Mitchell & Lewis Produc­
ing Co. of California, are regist­
ered at the Estacadn. and will
make pictures along the river at
this place. There are ten people
connected with the company.
J. K. Ely and family motored
to Bull Bun last Sunday.
As we go to press, we learn
that H. C. McCormick has ac­
cepted a position as manual
training instructor at Hood Riv­
er.
Heed & Shibley sold a Fordson
tractor this week to Mr. Bateson
of Viola. Look up their ad., the
Estacnda Carage. and see what
this reliable firm is doing.
I
J . L.
LACEY, Special Agent. Park Place, Oregon.
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