Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, April 15, 1920, Page Page Two, Image 2

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Walter Kitzmiller cut his hand
quite severely while working for
the Eagle Creek Shingle mill.
Roy Try mark and the Verd-
gan brothers have returned to
their homesteads.
Mrs. Akin is entertaining her
aunt, Mrs. Sutrom, from Port­
Mr. and Mrs. Udell and family
spent Sunday visiting friends at
A. J. Kitzmiller spent Sunday
with his son George.
Mr. Bracket)/ visited with the
DeShazer family Sunday.
Rev. I). A. Watters delivered
a very interesting sermon Sun­
day at the M. E. church.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Douglass
were Portland visitors last week.
Miss Anna Flvnn spent the
week-end with Portland friends,
Roy Douglass, who has been
ill with the flu, is improving.
M. J. Kerkes has been buying
up hogs and sheep in this neigh­
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Gibson and
H. S. Gibson attended the birth­
day dinner given at H. F. Gib­
son’s, in honor of James Jr. Gib­
son who has just celebrated his
9 1th birthday.
Be s i d e s Mr.
Gibson there were fifteen pres­
ent, not so many coming as in
former years. An excellent din­
ner was served and all had a
pleasant time.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Sorsan-
ous motored out to their Deep
Creek farm Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs Grover Douglass
of Caskella, Oregon, have been
the guests of relatives here for a
few days.
Thursday, April 15, 1920
11 viry Klinker wis tr.in i'it*
ing business in Estacada last
Mrs. Julius Paulsen visited
relatives at Estacada Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Weisen-
lluh visited the latter’s mother
Mrs. Joyner last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Theo Harders
visited relatives in Oregon City
and Mulino Friday and Saturday.
A number of George people
attended the show at Estacada
Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Starr and
son Melvin of Portland, visited
Mrs. Starr’s sister. Mrs. Louis
Weiaenfluh, last Monday night
and Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Snyder
and son Robert of Estacada. and
Mrs. Ames and children Roy and
Gladys, of Portland, visited Mrs.
Snyder’s sister, Mrs. Ted Hard­
ers last Sunday.
Oregon family of foui^ had $100
to get along on in 1913, but
had grown into a family of ten with
only $45 a month income in 1920, how
in the world would it live?
That Is the Case With
The State University, the Agricultural
College, and the Oregon Normal.
1913 they had 2250
students; now
they have 5400. And $1.00 in 1913 is
only as good as 45 cents
purchasing power.
If You Yourself Were
could you carry on the work o f the
College, University and the Normal on
the same state support as in 1913?
You Could Not.
Neither can the State University, the
Agricultural College, and the Normal
School do it. W ill you not help these
institutions to continue their
useful and productive work for Oregon
bv voting on May 21 for the Higher
Educational relief measure?
Brunswick Principles
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The reason you are interested in the name on your tire is
that it identifies the maker. By knowing the maker you can
judge his ideals of manufacture.
The only secret of a super-tire lies in the principles of tho
maker. His standards decide the quality. For there are no
6ecrets in. the tire industry.
¡What you get depends on what is behind the name on youii
tire. Brunswick, as you know, means a very old concern*
jealous of its good name. Since I8s-5 the Hcu.ie o f Brunswick
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The Brunswick Tire is all that you expect — and more.
Y o u r first one will be a revelation. You’d agree that you’ve
never known a better. And you’ll tell ycur friends. Sc spreads
the news among motorists. The Brunswick is the most wel­
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T ry one Brunswick Tire. Lecrn hov? good a tire can bo
built. A n d remember, it costs ? j mere than like-type tires,
T H E B R U N S W IC K -B A L X E -C O L L E N D E R CO.
Portland H e a d q u a rte r: 4Ò-4S Tilth Street
Paid advartlsement Inserted by CoHn Dyment in
behalf of the Joint Alumni Relief Commtttee for
Higher Educatlon in Oregon, 5 >4 Ptttock Block,
H o m e D em o n stration
Helps Women
Women of Clackamas County
have received considerable aid in
the way of household methods
through the home demonstration
Aside from receiving
assistance in canning and drying,
forty-seven women were taught
how to make dress forms, 20 to
make iceless refrigerators and 15
to keep household accounts. Hot
lunches were installed in several
of the schools.
During the chautauqua daily
talks and demonstrations were
given by the home demonstration
agent on whatever subject the
women requested. Special as­
sistance in nursing and first aid
work were also given at this
time by Mrs. Height, of the col­
lege. The services of a college
instructor in clothing work was
given in June and during Octo-
her and November Miss Lane
assisted in child feeding.
Aside from the $300.00 con­
tributed by the county for ex­
penses for 1919 the balance was
taken from college funds.
Oscar Anderson, O. A. C.
$100 Reward, $100
'h* readers o f this paper will be
>ased to learn that there Is at least
e dreaded disease that science has
en able to cure In all Its stages and
it Is catarrh. Catarrh being greatly
luenced by constitutional conditions
lulres constitutional treatment. Hall's
tarrh Medicine Is taken Internally and
ts thru the Blood on the Mucous Sur-
•es o f the System thereby destroying
» foundation o f the disense, giving the
tlent strength by building up the con-
tution and assisting nature in doing its
irk. The proprietors have so much
th in the curative power of Hall's
tsrrh Medicine that they offer One
indred Dollars for any case that It falls
cure. Send for list o f testimonials,
tddress F. J. C H R N K T
CO.. Toledo.
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n a n c ro ’la t a
Sold On An Unlimited Mileage
Guarantee Basis
Mrs. P. III. Wagner left Satur­
evening for Salem, where
she Was going to attend the fun­
I have opened a Repair shop eral of Mr. YVagner’s nephew.
heie in Estacada and at present
Born—To Mr. and Mrs. L. A.
am located in the old Cascade
Dillon of Portland, on April 8th,
Garage. I work on any make
twins, a boy and a girl. Estaca­
of car, electrical troubles my
da friends extend congratula­
specialty. I find your troubles
and. tell you free of charge.
There will be a basket social
Have your car looked over, ¡t
may save you many dollars. at the Barton school house Sat­
Small troubles make large ones. urday evening. A special pro­
I guarantee all work.
gram will be rendered and a
good time generally is assured.