Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, July 22, 1920, Page Page Five, Image 5

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Thursday, July 22, Ì 920
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Charles Bronson was a Port­
land visitor Saturday.
Mrs. R. Morse was in Portland
a day or two last week.
The editor and his wife we it
to Portland Saturday on a little
business.
Ruth Hewitt, of Portland.spent
the week end with her cousin,
Helen Wooster.
W. L. Smith at Springwater,
Ore., has been suffering from an
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attack of the lagrippe.
Harold Woosts and family are
moving in their new house on
their farm in Garfield.
Dr. and Mrs. Hewitt, of Port­
land, are spending a few days at
their farm in Garfield.
Mrs. A, K. Morton and her
sister, Miss Florence Kendall,
have gone to the mountains for
a vacation and outing.
Mrs. C. J. Pimm went to Cor­
vallis Saturday, where she will
take part in a family reunion at
the home of her parents.
Helen Wooster has been very
ill_ the past week with appendi­
citis, but is improving under the
n r treatment of Dr. McCall.
Raymond Lovelace had the
misfortune to run a.pickeroon in
his knee last Saturday, while
working at the mill over at Clfcar
creek.
Mrs. F. J. C o v e r t went to
Gladstone last Tuesday noon to
attend the Chautauqua and re-
m; i 1 until its close. Mr. Covert
was left alone in his glory, to
practice cooking his own meals.
F. E. Burns is having a visit
from his nephew, Ivan W. Burns
and wife, who is a station agent
at Lansing, Michigan. They ar­
rived Monday, and are planning
to go with the Burns' family next
week to one of the coast resorts,
Cojumbia Beach, near Gearhart.
EASTERN CLACKAMAS NEWS
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ewing of
Chehalis, Wash., arrived last
Saturday for a visit of a few days
here with friends, but their stay
was cut short as Tuesday Mr.
Ewing was called back, and Mis.
Ewing started a day or two later.
They have adopted a baby boy
who is seventeen months old,
named Robert.
Mr. and Mrs. John G. Page
and daughter, Minerva, returmd
last Thursday from Wil’ards
Springs, where they had hr en
staying for about three weeks.
Mr. Page says that the water
was fine and he would drink sev­
eral glasses before breakfast as a
good starter for the day. An
enormous crowd came up from
the city on the Fourth.
B. E. Byers arrived lastThuis-
day from the Da’les, leaving the
following day. He is moving to
Washougal, Wash., where he will
go into the hardware business.
He says our former townsman.
L. A. Chapman, has sold out his
undertaking bus i ne s s at the
Dalles, but has not decided yet
where he will go. While here
Mr. Byers was the guest of C. F.
Howe.
Messrs. C. A. Fleming and T.
A. Stephenson of Portland, were
in town Tuesday, helping the lo­
cal committee raise Estacada’s
quota of $500 for the exi ansion
movemeht of the State Chamber
of Commerce.
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Oregon Poultry Farm
Phil. Marquam, Proprietor
TRAP-NESTED,
SINGLE COMB
WHITE LEGHORNS
(.let your order in enrly for
eggs or stock. Send for de­
scriptive mating list.
G.
REIN
FIRST-CLASS
SHOEMAKING
PHIL
Broadway
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MAR QU A M ]
(Farm located one mile out of fist«
cada, Oregon, on Garfield road.)
SHOES MADE TO ORDER
Estacada
place y o u r
Fire Insurance
R. R. CARLSON
Undertaker and Embalmer
G re s h a m
in the Home Company
and through the Home Agent
- O re g o n
Warren Me Willis
Local Agent for Estacada
HOLMAN & PACE
Prices That Will Bring You
Here and t a k e you back with
noney saved:
Cooking Molasses, tall cans 18c
K. C. Baking Powder, 25 oz. 22c
Babbitt’s Lye
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15c
Roman Meal 39c, Ralston’s
Bran
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19c
Libby’s Deviled Meat
6c
Old Dutch Cleanser
10c
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F uneral D irectors
Oregon City
Wm. D ai .B, Local Representative.
T elephone
J. W. REED
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ESTACADA
Agent for
The Pacific States
Fire Insurance Company
ELLIS’ CASH AND CARRY STORE.
The Time to Save! I
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The Family
Theater
RIGHT NOW! Remember,
your Bank account isn’t in­
creasing in what you hope to
save next month or next year.
It is what you save RIGHT
NOW that counts. So start
that account TODAY.
THURSDAY, JULY 22
"DON’T CHANGE
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Four Per Cent. Interest On
Time and Savings Deposits.
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PRICES: 25 and 11 cents
W. E. LINN, Manager.
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