Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, March 18, 1920, Page Page Five, Image 5

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Mrs. A. J. Lilburn was a Port­
land visitor Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Stamp with
their son Harold, passed the
weekend in Portland, returning
Sunday night.
Mrs. J. M. Melton and daugh­
ter Alice, went to visit Mrs. Mel­
ton’s mother in Portland. Tues­
day morning.
Cleve Wagner, who came from
his home in Yamhill County to
attend the funeral of his'brother
Virgil, returned Saturday.
The Family
Theatre
THURSDAY NIGHT,
MARCH 18th.
IRENE CASTLE
and Antonio Moreno
—IN —
“ The First Law”
With the HAROLD LLOYD
comedy, “ Swing Your Partners”
SATURDAY NIGHT,
March 20th
Douglas Fairbanks in
it
ARIZONA
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Millions have seen this great
western drama, cramped by three
walls, its packed theatre year
after year the country over, im­
agine its thrills, now, with all
outdoors for its stage and for its
hero Douglas Fairbanks.
First show at 7 p. in. sharp.
ADMISSION:
Adults, 22c. War tax 3c
Children 10c, War tax lc,
W. E. Linn, Manager.
Mrs. J. C. Hillman returned
Monday afternoon from a visit
with her son Hal at Walla Walla.
Mrs. Ed. Douglass and baby
went to Portland Sunday and
visited relatives until Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Wilcox with
Mrs. E. E. Saling, have returned
from their trip to Heppner, in
Eastern Oregon.
Easter Sunday is on April 4th.
Easter Hats at Dale’s on display
Saturday next. Oh the Beauties
and at. right prices, come in. 4-1
N. Tracy has sold his 5 acres
east of Estacada, to W. Gilgan,
and R. E. Dwyer sold 5 acres to
H. Gilgan. both parties being
from Portland.
James Norris and wife were
up Monday from Dwyer’s Camp,
Boring. He has sold his proper­
ty here to his brother G. W.
Norris of Barton.
W. F. Cary has had a hand­
some sign painted to put up in
front of his real estate office, in­
to which he has recently moved,
at the corner of Broadway and
2nd streets.
Rev. S. G. Bettes (he cowboy
preacher, had a fine au< ience at
Viola last Sunday. .He will
preach there next Saturday night
and Sunday morning, also at the
Presbyterian Church in Spring-
water on Thursday night.
Milton Evans, accompanied by
his sister, Mrs. R. M. Standish
and children Peggy and John
Hubbard, came over from Port­
land Friday to help their mother
Mrs. M. H. Evans, pack up.
They returned in the evening.
The funeral of Virgil Wagner
was held Friday afternoon at the
Christian church, the Rev. J .#F.
Dunlop officiating. Members of
ihe American Legion acted as
pall bearers. The casket was
covered with beautiful floral of­
ferings and the interment look
place in Lone Oak cemetery.
Mrs. M. H. Evans has shipped
her household goods to Portland,
as she will make her home with
her daughter Mrs R. M. Stand­
ish. Her house here is for sale.
Mrs. Evans has lived in Estaca­
da and vicinity for several years
and will be much missed by the
many friends she made during
that time.
Deaconness Jones, who has
been holding meetings at the M.
E. church during the past week,
with great success, will continue
them through this week. We
hear that a great deal of good
has been accomplished amor g
the young people, who have had
their thoughts directed towards
higher and deeper things than
those of pleasure and the mere
moment.
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Shop on Mroadway adjoining nttice of
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Oregon Poultry Farm
G . R E IN
Phil. Marquai)), Proprietor
Shoe Maker & Repairing
TRAP-NESTED,
SINGLE COMB
WHITE LEGHORNS
ALL WORK DONE IN A
FIRST CLASS MANNER
Can fit unv shoe to any foot.
tlet your order in early for
egg» or stock, Send for de­
scriptive mating list.
R. R. CARLSON
Undertaker and Embalmer
PHIL MtRQUAM
Gresham - Oregon
(Farm located one mile out of lista
eada, Oregon, on (Jartield road.)
Warren McWillis
Local Agent for Estacada
PLACE YOUR
If you have farms or acreage
for sale, po matter what size,
large or small, we can find you
the buyer, we have sold others
and we can sell yours. If your
price is right, list with us, we
will Jo the rest.
S. E. Wooster & Son.
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Fire Insurance
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in tin* Home Company
and through the Home Agent
J. W. REED
Conrad Kru*gbaum has moved
into the building fotmerly used
by William Dale as store and liv
ing rooms.
The house which
Mr. Kriegbaum has been occupy­
ing, is owned by L. G. Riesland
of Portland, who is going to fix
it up. '
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ESTACADA
Agent for
The Pacific States
Fire Insurance Company
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There is Only One Way
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To save mon y.
the first dollar.
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That is to begin with
You can t save the second dol­
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You can’t wait until you get a big
lot of them to put in the Bank, for most people
don’t get them that way.
Bring in that first dollar and start a Savings
Account and then the other dollars will accumu­
late, with proper and persistent effort on your
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part, . and the interest that you will receive will
be a very material factor in the increase of the
deposit.
BUT DO IT NOW.
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Estacada State Bank
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