Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, September 25, 1919, Page Page Eight, Image 8

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EASTER N C LA C K A M A S N EW S
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T H E ESTACAD A C A N N ER Y
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OFFERS FOR
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4 B L A C K B E R R IE S * 7c per pound 4
4 A P P L E S : : $10 ton, cider stock 4
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4 Cookers and Shippers up to $35 ton 4
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DR. R. G R A H A M M C C A L L
P h y s ic ia n a n d S u r g e o n
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W e will buy your apples orchard run
upon inspection. Boxes and crates furnished
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R. C. DEMING
Office Adjoining Residence
Local and Long Distance Telephone
The doctor’s phone can be connected with your
home phone at night if requested. One long ring
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Dr. L. A. Wells
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Dentist
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Associated with Dr. R. Graham McCall
Phone or
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Dr. R. Morse
P h y s ic ia n a n d S u r g e o n
Tests Eyes and Fits Glasses
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Why the Electric Cleaner?
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There is really no comparison between the ease
and thoroughness with which an Electric Cleaner
removes dirt and the difficulty of sweeping.
True, one CAN clean rugs and carpets without an
electric cleaner. A broom or carpet sweeper will brush
up SO M E of the dirt; and if you like the exercise and
have plenty of time and strength a broom and a carpet
beater will do the work after a fashion.
Office on Main Str. between 1st and 2nd
Residence: Main and 5th Sts.
Telephone Connection
Mrs. R. Graham McCall
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Graduate v-mcago Musical
College.
Fire Insurance
London Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.
Great American Fire Ins. Co.
Keep your policy in
our fire proof vault
free of charge.
PIPE ORGAN AND PIANO.
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Attorney-at-Law and Netary Public
E stacada S tate Bank
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But people use soap because it cleans more cosily
and better than water alone.
For the same reason people use Electric Cleaners
because they clean tnQre easily and far better than other
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E L E C T R IC S T O R E
E L E C T R IC BUILDING.
“ Bl)Y YOUR ELECTRIC GOODS AT AN ELECTRIC STORE.”
State seasons. The State can­
1 Cascade .!r. wood saw, 1 not legislate within the closed
light two*horse wagon, 1 buggy season of the Federal regulations
with pole, 1 two-section 50 tooth but it can legislate within the
harrow, 1 set of harness, 1 good open season. The Federal open
milch cow *4 Brown Swiss and season is three and one-half
<4 Jersey, 1 light team of horses months, hut the State, if it cares
for farm work. 0 pigs six weeks
to, may close ahy portion or al*
old. Phone or call on
of this Federal open season.
H. B. Snyder,
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Rt 2, Estacada, 0 ’*e. The shooting season, therefore,
which must he observed by hun­
ters throughout Oregon, is as
Game W a r d e n ’* B u lle tin
follows:
For Multnomah, Clatsop. Col­
In an opinion given by the At­
torney General George M. Brown umbia and Tillamook Counties,
to Mr. M. A. Biggs, District At­ the open season begins on Octo­
torney for Harney County, the ber 1st and closes December 31st.
shooting season for ducks, geese In all other counties of Game!
and other migratory water fowl District No. 1. which comprises
has been definitely settled. Con­ all that portion of Oregon lying
fusion has e xisted in the minds west of the summit of the Cas­
of many shooters on account of a cade Mountains, the season opens
difference in the Federal and on October lfith and closes on
FOR SALE
Estacada,
ROLL OF HONOR
September
George Weatherby, R. S. Lud­
low. City; J. G. Greenwood. Bull
Run; 0. 0. Bland, Idaho.
Earl Day, Rt. 2; J. C. Miller.
Clackamas; O. P. Mishler, Rt. 3;
James Duncan, City; Mrs. A. K.
Morton,
Portland; M. C. Glover,
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Boring.
John Marshall, L. N. Spencer
Rt. 2; C. M. Godfrey, Portland;
Mrs. C. R. Betts, Eugene; Oren
Ballou, Eagle Creek; Ed Doug­
lass, City.
John Ficken, Rt. 3; L, S. Rivers,
Borng, H. W. Morgan, Portland
J. D. Slater, La Grande.
Our Club Offer
By arrangement with the Port­
land Telegram. we are enabled
to make the following club offer
to our readers: The Telegrafn
and the N ews will be sent for
one year by mail for only $ 1.7*>
The usual price of tne Telegram
is $5.00 and that of the N e w s
$1.50 or $0.50 f >r the two. By-
taking a d v a n ta g e of th e club
rates you ('licet a saving of
$1.75. This o ffe r is only good
for the month et September and
applies to renewals as well as
new subscribers.
Experience.
E. W. BARTLETT
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In the same way one can wash without soap.
W ater alone will remove some dirt if applied with
enough “elbow grease.”
Teac t . e
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Oregon
I Sell and Trade Real Estate
Negotiate Loans • Buy Mortgages
Rent your Property • Write Insurance
In the very best Companies.
I CAN GET YOU RESULTS
S. E. WOOSTER
Estacndn
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Attorney-at-Law
Geneal Practice
• Oregon City,
Confidential Adviser
Oregon
Gresham 517.
Broadway 32.
McGUIRK & SCHNEIDER
A ttorn eys at Law.
At Gresham Office—Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturdays; First Stat* Bank Building.
Portland Office- 609-15 Fenton Bldg.
Associated with Judge W. D. Fenton.
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January 15th. In all counties of
Game District No. 2. which com­
prises all that portion of Oregon
lying east of the summit of the
Cascade Mts. the open season
begins on October 1st and ends
on December 31st. .
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Reasonable
Summer Rates.
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