Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, August 28, 1919, Page Page Two, Image 2

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Thursday, August 28, 1919
EASTERN CLACKAMAS NEWS
Page Two
PLACE YOUR
NEW FORDSON PRICE
The Estacada Fordson agents
wish to announce the new price Fire Insurance
on this machine for the year,
in the Home Company
namely $750 F. O. B. at the fac­
and through the Home Agent
tory, Dearborn, Mich. Pl ace
your order NOW to insure de­
livery in time for fall work.
Vick Bros., the state distributors
ESTACADA
say it will he necessary for them
Agent for
to receive orders early, so they
will have time to send their es­
The Pacific States
timate to the factory to insure
delivery for fail work. DON’T Fire Insurance Company
DELAY BUT ORDER NOW. ‘
HOGS
J. W. REED
E. A. BRADY
RESIDENT UNDERTAKER
Funeral Director ¿nd
Licensed
Embalmer
TENTH AND WATER STREETS
Oregon City, Oregon
Lady Assistant, Mrs. Hrady
Ni^ht and Day Service
Pae. 123
'I’lit! N kws will lie glad to give anv in­
formation concerning this advertiser.
GEORGE ITEMS
Miss Ruth Terwilliger of Port­
land, was visiting friends at
George hist week.
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
Mart Dory land, which was hadly
scalded a couple of w'eeks ago,
is getting along very nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Rath were
visiting friends in Portland last
Tuesday evening and Wednes­
day.
Mrs. Peter Ruhl visited Mrs.
Ed Harders last Tuesday.
Mrs. S. Mueller returned to
her home in Portland last Friday
after helping her daughter, Mrs.
Doryland for the past week,
care for the bahy that was
scalded.
Miss«is Irene and Emma Paul­
sen visited Mrs. Henry Blinker
last Thursday afternoon.
Mis. Kroner and two daugh­
ters, Ruth and Bertha, of Port­
land, are visiting her mother,
Mrs. Lins, this week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Johnson
motored to Oregon City last Sun­
day.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bounds
and daughters Mabel and Ethel,
of Mulino, Mr. and Mrs. R. Sny-
<l*»r and son Robert and Mrs
Ford Harrow, Alta and Lval
Harrow of Estacada, visited Mr.
and Mrs. 1’heo Harders last Sun­
day.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Terwilliger
and family, formerly of George
but now of Portland, visited Mr.
and Mrs. Leo Rath last Sunday.
Otto Stulke of Barton, visited
his niothkr Mrs. E. Harders,
last Sunday.
Mrs. Kromer and daughters
visited Mrs. T. Harders last Sat­
urday.
Auction Sale
Ferd Zurcher will sell his ma­
chinery and household goods on
the John A. Rood farm, one and
a half miles south of town, by
auction on September 10th begin-
ning at 10 sharp. Look out for
hand bills.
$100 Reward, $100
readers of this paper w ill
HIGHEST PRICES
AT A LL TIMES!
—can be obtained by listing
with ESTACADA FEED CO.
The Hog Special nakes
daily trips to Portland.
Ship your furnlt u r e by
truck.it is quicker, t a k e n
from door to door, a t l ess
expense.
R. R. CARLSON
T he
be
pleased to learn th at there Is at least
one dreaded disease th at science has
been able to cure In all its sta g es and
that is catarrh. C atarrh being greatly
influenced by constitutional conditions
requires constitutional treatm ent. H all’s
C atarrh M edicine is taken internally and
a cts thru the Ulood on the M ucous Sur­
faces of the System thereby destroying
tiie foundation of the disease, giving the
patient stren gth by building up the con­
stitution and a ssistin g nature in doing its
work. The proprietors have so much
faith In the curative power of H all’s
C atarrh M edicine th at they offer One
Hundred D ollars for any case that It fails
to cure. Send for list of testim onials.
A ddress F. J. C H E N E Y & CO., Toledo,
Ohio. Sold by all D ruggists, 75c.
Undertaker and Embalmer
Ant one having anything
whatsoever in Portland for
transportation to Estacada,
can leave word or the goods
themselves, at 1(59 Front St.
Gresham - Oregon
Warren McWillis
Local Agent for Estacada
All residents of Clackamas
county should be interested in
their county fair at Canby Oct.
1, 2, 3 and 4.
F. C. Bartholomew
or ESTACADA FEED CO.
CHEVR01
Get CL i
cor
cp ^
HUDSON
> rte ç *
on
your car
l‘
By exhaustive study
and actual tests our I
Board of Lubrication En­
gineers has determined
the correct consistency of
Zerolene for your make
of automobile. Their
recommendations are
availably for you in the
Zerolene Coi rest Lubrica­
tion Charts. There is a
chart for each make of
can Get one fer your car
at your dealer’s or our
nearest station*
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
(California)
1.'
botot
"A grade for each type ofengine
J. L. LACEY, Saerial Agent, Park Place,
O re g o n .