Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, December 04, 1919, Page Page Five, Image 5

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    Thursday,
C ¿c; mber 4 , 1 9 1 9
Mrs. A. K. Morion o f Portland
was the week-end guest of Mrs.
E. YV. Bartlett.
W. F. Cary and wife and little
Glenn, were in Estacada Sunday
from Boring.
Miss Gertrude Alexander pass­
ed the Thanksgiving recess at
her home in Gresham.
Dr. McCall and wife and assist
ed Portland friends in partaking
o f a Thanksgiving dinner.
Miss Gladys Joslyn of Port­
land was the guest of her friend
Miss Marian Dunlop, for over
Thanksgiving.
Mr. and Mrs. Grover Fred­
erick o f Molalla visited with their
uncle James Melton and family
Tuesday and YVednesday.
Miss Mable Wilcox is in Esta­
cada this week visiting her par­
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Wilcox,
who have apartments at the Es­
tacada hotel.
Lewis Jones, at one time a res­
ident of this place, but now at­
tending Reed college in Portland,
was in Estacada Saturday and
Sunday visiting his sister and
friends.
Mrs. James Smith and child­
ren went to Newberg last Friday,
to visit at t h e home of Mrs.
Smith’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Townsend, returning S u n d a y
night.
The Family
Theatre
THURSDAY NIGHT,
DEC. 4th
“ Go
with
get
’em
Garringer,”
EASTERN C L A C K A M A S NEW S
Mrs. I). B. Bass and children
spent Thanksgiving in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Sparks
spent Thanksgiving with Port­
land friends.
Miss Ida Wagner continues to
improve at the Good Samaritan
hospital in Portland.
Arthur Duncan had the mis­
fortune to break his arm Monday
while cranking his truck.
Dr. and Mrs. R. Morse went to
Portland on Thanksgiving day to
add pleasure to a family party.
R. L. Starr and wife o f Port­
land, spent Thanksgiving with
Mrs. Starr’s parents, Mr. and
Mrs. B. Sarver.
The local order
entertained the
Saturday night.
served and the
very pleasantly,
Hours of Sum ist' and Sunset
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7
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10
Date
7:3.8
4:27
7:39
4:37
7:30
4:27
* 7:33
4:27
7:33
4:26
7:34
4:2(5
7:35
4:26
Sunrise
Sunset
Shooting begins one-half hour
before sunrise and stops at sun­
set.
IN
“ The Lightning Raider”
SATURDAY NIGHT,
DEC. 6th
W. B. WARREN
— IN —
“ The Man Who
TURNED WHITE”
FIRST p i c t u r e : AT 7 P. M.
ADMISSION:
Adults, 22c.
W ar tax 3c
Children 10c W ar tax lc.
W. E. Linn, Manager.
Mr. and Mrs. YV. W. Christen­
sen of Springwater attended the
sessions of the Order o f the Mys­
tic Shrine, which met lately in
Portland. On their return home
they were held up, not by high­
waymen but by trouble with
their car, which delayed them
some hours.
Phil Standish was in town
Saturday and left that evening
for Salt Lake, Utah. It is cur­
rently reported that he would
meet at that place some one
with whom he would proceed to
California on a very auspicious
and important trip. When au­
thentic information is received
The N e w s will publish it for its
readers.
Oregon Poultry Farm
( Located one mile out of Estacada,
Oregon, on Garfield road.)
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Shop on Broadway adjoining otlice of
E. W . Bartlett.
Watches
Clocks and
G . R E IN
Jewelry
at
Shoe Maker &
reasonable
prices.
Can tit any shoe to any
foot.
\ l R. CARLSON
Undertaker and Rmbalmer
Fine W atch Repairing.
Jewely Made to Order.
Gresham
H. D. OLIVER.
122 Second S t., <’or. Washington
P O R T L A N D , ORE:.
Repairing
A L L W ORK DONE IN A
FIR ST C LASS M AN N E R
Every article
guarantee»! as
represented.
- Oregon
• YVarron McYVillis
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Local Agent for Estacada
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You are invited to caii
and secure one of our popular 1920
Calendars which have just arrived.
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And Lei Us Remind You
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PEARL WHITE
I have no pullets I or sale.
A few pedigreed corns and
cockerels, live and ten dollars
eaeh. Also a few trap nested
hens, record o f 200 eggs in
pullet year, for sale, price ten
dollars eaeh.
A COM PLETE
l in e : o f
Mrs. P. M. YVagner left last
Tuesday night night for San Die-
go, California, being called there,
by the serious condition o f her
son Virgil, who is very ill with
pneumonia.
Misses Amanda a n d Emma
Kappa, Mr. and Mrs. C. M.
Sparks and son all o f Portland,
Mr. YVassamiller of Kent, Ore.,
George Smith of Eagle Creek ivlr.
and Mrs. George Douglass and
daughter visited J. W. Dowtv on
Sunday. •
I’hil. Marquatn, Proprietor
Chester Worn er was home
from O. A. C. Thanksgiving day.
Ken Bartlett was home Thanks­
giving. He was accompanied by
his cousin William Snodgrass,
who has just been released from
service with Uncle Sam.
The ladies o f the M. E. Church
will have an apron sale on Satur­
day, Dec. 13, at Ely & Son’s
store. Coffee a n d sandwiches
will he served. This will be a
good opportunity to buy aprons
for Christmas presents. Every
body come.
Oregon Poultry Farm
DECEMBER
o f Odd Fellows
Rebekahs last
Luncheon was
evening spent
Joe. Cahill Jr. o f Eagle Creek,
was taken to a Portland hospital
last week, and Saturday was op­
erated upon for an abscess in his
hip. He is getting along as well
as can be expected.
rage rive
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that this hank is prepared
every
proper
banking
thriving community.
to meet
need of this
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“ Safety and Service*
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Estacada State Bank
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FOUR P E R C E N T IN TER E ST ON TIME: AND
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S A V I N G S DEPOSITS.
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