♦ + + + + + + + + * + + + + + + + + + + + 4 , + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + * THE ESTACADA CANNERY OFFERS FOR C ID E R A P P L E S : ROLL OF HONOR October + + + + + : $10 ton, Cookers and Shippers up to $30 ton John Page, Peter Carrol, F. E. Burns, E. C. Suter. R. Githens, Earl Wagr.er, Ken Bartlett, M. Woodle, John Stornier, Mrs. C. A. Barr. J. A. Somer, K. C. Hoygaard, E. D. Allen, J. G. Hayman. + + + + * W e will buy your apples orchard run upon inspection. Boxes and crates furnished % £ or R. C. DEM1NG 4 4 Why the E lectric C leaner? ) 4 ; There is really no comparison between the ease and thoroughness with which an Electric Cleaner removes dirt and the difficulty of sweeping. I I True, one C A N clean rugs and carpets withoi t 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 lieater will do the work after a fashion. 4 * ; Í i I ! ! In the same way one can wash without soap. Water alone will remove some dirt if applied with enough “elbow grease.” 1 4 But people use soap because it cleans more easily and better than water alone. 4 4 4 ! For the same reason people use Electric Cleaners because they clean more easily and far better than other methods. ! * ♦ E L E C T R IC S T O R E E L E C T R IC B U IL D IN G . } ! “ BUY YOUR ELECTRIC GOODS AT AN ELECTRIC STORE.” “ Take it from M e ” says the Good Judge Wise tobacco chcvvers long since got over the big-chew idea. A little chew of this real quality tobacco gives them better satisfaction and they find their chew ing costs even less. With this class of tobacco, you don’t need a fresh chew so often and you find you’re saving part of your tobacco money. t THE REAL TOBACCO CHEW Put up in two styles RIG »IT G U T is a short-cut tobacco \\ -II C l 1 is a long fine-cut tobacco New. York City G L DR. R. G R A H A M M C C A L L P hysician and S urgeon 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 U PPER EAGLE CREEK + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + * 4 Thursday, Octotber 9 , 1919 EASTERN CLACKAMAS NEWS Page Eight Mrs. Walter Douglas visited with her sister Mrs. N. L. Kirch- em of Logan, a day or two last week. i Walter Douglass and H. S. Gibson attended the auction sale at Clear Creek last Thursday. R. B, Gibson and wife and Mrs. Katie Douglass were Esta- cada visitors last week. J. 0. Staats of Oregon City, will hold preaching services at the Douglass school house on Sunday, October 12. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Wood'e went down near Troutdale, Sun day and spent the day with their son, Claude and family. Their son Ma'colm and his family have gone East to visit with Mrs. M. Woodle’s father. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Gibson, J. Gibson of Barton and Mrs. Nora Reid and sons, Theodore and Chester, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Wil cox and children, were calling on Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Gibson, Sun day afternoon. J. S. Crane of Portland, was out this way on Monday James Taylor of Dufur, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Will Doutr- lass. Mr. and Mrs. G. Moehnke, Al bert Moehnke and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Moehnke, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ivloehnke and children, John and Robert, of Schuebel, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Douglass, on Sunday. R. S. Clark and son Carl, who have been working in Eastern Oregon during harvest, have re turned home. Miss Myrtle Molfmeister spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hoffmeister. Lost her Canary Birds A lady in town, had a pair of canary birds, which she had had for some time and were very tame. She had been accustomed to letting them out, and after flying around, they would always return to their cage. A short time ago, she traded off the hen bird for a new on^. Evidently this “ female of the species“ was more flighty than her predeces sor, for on being let out, she Hew otr with the male and did not re turn. Where, O where are they ? Have they met an untimely death from the sling shot of some boy, or the claws of a marauding cat? Possibly however, they are on an extended honey moon, and will yet return. We have noticed that this is often the case when a widower takes unto himself a young wife. Dr. L. A. Wells Dentist Associated with Dr. R. Graham McCall Dr. R. Morse P hysician and S urgeon Tests Eyes and Fits Glasses Office on Main Str. between 1st and 2nd Residence: Main and 5th Sts. » Telephone Connection Mrs. R. Graham McCall Gradual*, v^nicago Musical College. PIPE ORGAN AND PIANO. 10 Years Teac i . ^ Experience. E. W. BARTLETT Attorney-at-law and Nctary Public Estacada, Oregon We 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. f. WOOSTER & SON, Estacada O. D. E B Y Attorney-at-Law Geneal Practice Oregon City, Confidential Adviser -:- Oregon Gresham 517. Broadway 32. McGUIRK & SCHNEIDER A tto rn e y s a t L aw . At Gresham Office—Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, First State Bank Building. Portland Office—609-15 Fenton Bldg. Associated with Judge W. D, Fentor. Information Wanted My brother John Fields, who is an ex-soldier and was staying with me last summer, has been missing since June 17. He is 30 years old, about 5 feet 7 in. in height, weight 150 lbs., dark brown hair, blue eyes and light complexion. Has a scar behind left ear. Was last seen trying to catch the train for Estacada at Miller’s spur. Any informa tion will be thankfully received. Write or phone, Mrs. George Walter, 10-16 Estacada, Ore. Rt. 1.