Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, April 01, 1920, Page Page Five, Image 5

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    Thursday, April 1, '.920
EASTERN CLACKAMAS NEWS
Who said doughnuts?
Try
those at Hauser’s. They are the
real thing.
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Shop on Broadway adjoining office of
E. W . Bartlett.
went to
Hauser’ s cafe is receiving
many compliments from those
who patronize it.
Miss Olive Humphrey of Port­
land, visited her mother, Mrs.
C. S. Allen, last Sunday.
M. O. Evans and 0 . L. Fish
o f Salem, were here Monday and
Tuesday in the interests o f the
Oregon Growers Cooperative A s­
sociation.
The Family
Theatre
THURSDAY
NIGHT,
APRIL 1st
Baby Marie Osborn
— IN —
“ Winring Grandma”
SATU R D AY NIGHT,
April 3rd
W m. A. Brady
Presents
‘ ‘LITTLE WOMEN”
Sunday a Special
‘‘The Heart of Humanity”
Matinee at 3 p. m.
Evening 7 p. m. and 9 p. m.
First show at 7 p. in. sharp.
A D M IS S IO N :
Adults, 22c.
Children 10c,
War tax 3c
W ar tax lc ,
W . E. Linn, Manager.
The editor will resume his
priestly functions on Easter day,
as he will preach and celebrate
the Holy Eucharist at St. Philip’s
mission in Portland. This is a
colored congregation.
Ken Bartlett is home for a va­
cation from the U. o f Oregon.
On his way he stopped at Oregon
City, Friday evening, where he
was taken into the Elks’ order.
Arthur Lambert o f Portland,
representing the Mutual Life In­
surance Co., made a business
trip to Estacada Friday. While
here he renewed his old acquain­
tance with H. C. Stephens o f the
Estacada State Bank and S. E.
Wooster and w ife o f the Estaca­
da Realty Co.
Don’ t work yourself to death
cooking a special Easter dinner.
Go to Hauser’s cafe, where an
elegant bill o f fare will be served
for only fifty cents a plate. Tho
not quite as elaborate, it will be
as good in quality, as those in
Portland, for wkich a dollar or
more is charged.
George Pointer who has re­
cently come here from Portland,
is doing some fine work in sign
painting, for the Cary Real Es­
tate Co., the Peoples Store, the
Palace Meat Market, Krigbaum’s
confectionery and Hauser’s cafe.
Mr. Pointer is considering buy­
ing a piece o f land and becoming
a permanent resident.
The Rev. Father Hogan of
Sandy came over Saturday.
He
spoke enthusiastically of the
prospects before that p’ace. The
engineer supervising the hard
surface road work has opened an
office there, and a number o f new
comers are expected this spring.
Father Hogan celebrated mass
and performed other ministerial
offices for those o f his faith in
this vicinity, Sunday morning.
TRAP-NESTED,
SINGLE COMB
WHITE LEGHORNS
A LL W O R K DONE IN A
FIR ST C LA SS M A N N E R
Can fit any shoe to any
foot.
Get your order in early for
eggs or stock, Send for de­
scriptive mating list.
R. R. CARLSON
Undertaker and Embalmer
P H IL M4RQUAM
Gresham - Oregon
(Farm located one mile out of Ksta-
cada, Oregon, on Garfield road.)
E. W. Bartlett attended the
meeting o f the Elks lodge, Fri-
pay night, at Oregon City, when
his son Ken, joined the antlered
herd.
Miss Ida Wagner
Portland Monday.
Phil. Marquant, Proprietor
Shoe Maker & Repairing
Mrs. Lena Underwood and son
Lester, were at Underwood,
Wash., Saturday and Sunday.
The O. A. C. bunch o f stu­
dents from Estacada, Miss Ber­
tha Hillman, Clyde Denny, Carl
Kimmel, Russell Reed and Ches­
ter Womer, has returned to Cor­
vallis.
Oregon Poultry Farm
G . R E IN
Mr. and Mrs. Cal Farrar went
to Portland for the week end re­
turning Sunday evening.
The Rev. S. E. Bettes, the
cow boy preacher, will hold ser­
vice at the church in Viola, on
Sunday morning at 11 o’ clock.
Page Five
Warren McWillis
Local Agent for Estacada
PLACE YOUR
If you have farms or acreage
for sale, no 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 do the rest.
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S. E. Wooster & Son.
The Agricultural College and
the State University will have to
close their doors to at least 1000
students, and perhaps to twice
that number, unless relief is vot­
ed in the May election. Both in­
stitutions are in great need o f
class rooms and laboratories.
Fire Insurance
in the Home Company
and through the Home Agent
J. W. REED
ESTACADA
Agent for
The Pacific States
Fire Insurance Company
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