Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, January 22, 1920, Page Page Two, Image 2

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EASTERN CLACKAMAS NEWS
Thursday, January 22, 1920
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DOVER ITEMS
Ralph DeShazer attended the
Sandy Federal Farm Loan Asso­
ciation meeting held in Sandy
Tuesday.
N. Schminky made a business
trip to Portland Friday.
Mr. Pilgrim has been sawing
wood for C. E. Seward with his
gasoline wood saw.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kitzmill-
er were calling on Mr. Young’s
family Sunday.
H. Develin commenced work
for Clutch & Surface at the Vic­
tory mill Monday,
Edward Stauber and Ralph
DeShazer were Oregon City vis­
itors last week.
Mrs. Charles Updegrave has
been having dental work done
in Sandy recently.
UPPER EAGLE CREEK
Last Saturday the Eagle Creek
Grange held its regular session
with about 25 patrons present.
Installation of officers took place.
W. E. McConnell, assisted by
Edwin Bates, officiating. The
following officers were installed:
Millard Trullinger, Master; C. L,
Chambers, lecturer; .1. I'. Stein-
man, steward; Walter Douglass,
assistant steward; Mrs. Frances
Yount, chaplain; H. H. Hoff-
meister, treasurer; Linnie V.
Gibson, secretary; E. L. Trullin­
ger, gate-keeper; Mrs. Louise
Douglass, Ceres; Mrs. Maggie
Baker, Pomona; Mrs. Mary Hei-
ple, Flora; Miss Myrtle Hoffmeis-
ter, lady assistant steward. Mr.
and Mrs. W. Ingwood are new
Grange members.
Little Leslie Woodle had his
tonsils removed on Sunday; also
little Raymond Platt. They are
getting along quite nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. .John Parks and
Miss Agnes Udell were the Sun­
day dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. R. B. Gibson.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Woodle
were Portland visitors last week
calling on their son Joe.
Will Douglass made a trip to
Portland one day last week.
Mrs. Viola Douglass, daughter
Bina, Mrs. Pearl Reed and
daughter Helen were out this
way Sunday calling on relatives
and friends.
GEORGE ITEMS
Mrs. P. Ruhl had the misfort­
une of fracturing her cheek
bone last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Snyder and
son Robert of Estacada and Mr.
and Mrs. H. Smith and son Rich­
ard visited Mr. and Mrs. T.
Harders la^t Sunday.
Little M irt Doryland is con­
fined to his bed with pneumonia.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry R imer
and family are all on the sick
list.
Mrs. Julius Paulsen and Mrs.
W. Held visited Mrs. Adolph
Miller last Wednesday.
R. Marwick, who is working
in Portland, spent the week­
end with his family at George.
Your Income Tax
The time has again arrived for
making out your income tax re­
turns. The law provides that
all returns must be in the office
of the Collector of Internal Rev­
enue at Portland, on or before
March 15th, 1920. Those fail­ Molalla, Feb. 5th to 7th inc. 1920
ing to comply with the law aie Estacada. Feb. 16, and 17, 1920
Oregon City, March 3, to 6, 1920
subject to heavy penalties.’
For any information you may
All tax payers are urged to desire
in preparing your state-
make out their returns at once, memt. please
the Dep­
thereby avoiding the rush at the uty Collector, call as upon
per announce­
last hour.
mad?.
For the purpose of assisting ment herein Respectfully,
tax payers of Clackamas Ccounty
A. MILuER,
in making up their Income Tax Collector MILTON
of
Internal
Revenue.
return for 1919, Doputy Collect­
ors Collins & Gayot from the In­
Do not omit to take advantage
ternal Revenue office will be at
of
our special club offer of the
the following places on dates giv­
Telegram and News. See our
en below;
Canby. Feb. 5th to 7th, inc. 1920 I ad.