Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, August 28, 1919, Page Page Six, Image 6

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    Pagre Six
Thursday, August 28, 1919
EASTERN C L A C K A M A S NEWS
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Our New Department!
We ask our patrons to please not
bring in any more grain until notified, as
our warehouse is full and we have no place
to store it.
W e are now
in the mar­
This condition won’ t last
long and we shall soon be ready again to
ket to buy all kinds of Grain,
handle all Kinds of grain.
and are prepared with ware­
house and all conveniences to
handle the same.
See us be­
T his store will be closed on Monday, Labor
D ay, September 1st from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
fore selling elsewhere
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E S T A C A D A F E E D CO.
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GROCERIES
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LUM BER
W e Believe “A Satisfied Customer is the Best Advertisement.”
L E E S. BRONSON
To
Estacada Telephone
Subscribers
At recent meetings o f the Ore­
gon local Telephone Association
with the Public Service Commis­
sion the rate question was dis­
cussed. This discussion elicited
the fact that the home company
was giving switching rates lor
on an average o f one half less
than most companies ami in some
cases less than one fourth.
The
increased cost of material, labor
and war tax compels the com­
pany to increase the rate to 50
cents per month. This is also to
meet deterioration and installa­
tion o f new equipment soon.
The Public Service Commission
has gone on record stating that
each and every public service
utility should earn a net profit of
8%. This the Estacada Tele­
phone Co. has not paid even with
rigid economy.
Even the in­
creased rate will not net an 8"»
dividend. Beginning September
1st, 1919. the new rate will be
effective, and as soon as possible
a continuous night and day ser­
vice will be established with the
following restrictions: viz. all lo­
cal calls between the hours of 9
p. m. and 7 a. m, w ill be ten
cents.
A 1 long distance calls
same as regular longdistance day
H A R R Y C. R E ID
calls. All calls for physician or
medical calls, calls reporting rob­
beries, fires cr distress calls free.
Charges for installation and
changes as authorized by Public
Service Com mission may be seen
at the telephone otfice.
E stacada
T eleph on e and
T elegraph C o .
Estacada, Or., August 20, 1919.
Notice o f Final Account
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon for the County o f Clackamas.
In the matter of the Estate of
Mattie E. Boswell, Deceased. No.
1795.
Notice is hereby given that Buell O.
Boswell, executor of the estate of Mat-
tie E. Roswell, deceased, has tiled in
the above entitled Court his final ac­
count and report as such executor, ami
the said court has, by an order duly
made and entered this 21st day of
August, 1919, appointed Monday the
22nd day o f September In 19, at tin*
hour o f 9:50 a. m. o f said day in the
court room o f said Court in the City of
Oregon City, County o f Clackamas and
State o f Oregon, as the time and place
for hearing o f all objections to the said
final account, if any there he, and for
final settlement and distribution o f said
estate.
Dated at Gresham, Oregon, this 21st,
day of August 1919.
First publication, August 28th. 1919.
Last publication, September 18th.
1919.
Buell O. Boswell.
Executor.
Milo C. King,
Attorney for Executor.
Gresham, Oregon.
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Don’t forget the Artisan picnic Labor day, Sept. 1.
R. G. M A R C H B A N K
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REM EM BER N. C. ADLON
The J E W E L E R
WHEN IN NEED OF FINE WATCHES.
CLOCKS AND JEWELRY!
Solid Gold Rings from $1.50 up. High
Class Chains ai lowest prices.
Fine Watch, Clock and Jewelry re­
pairing at moderate prices.
N. C. A D L O N
JEWELER
ESTACADA. OREGON
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