Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, August 19, 1920, Page Page Six, Image 6

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EASTERN CLACKAMAS NEWS
Thursday, August 19, 1920
B. E. Byers has moved from
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Washougal, Wash., to Clatskanie
on the Oregon side of the Colum­ in the tank on a previous visit
brother of Mrs. U. S. Morgan,
bia river.
when it was in operation. The
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Possen anc effect is very realistic, regular
returned home Tuesday, after a
daughter Leta will leave Satur­
day, for a week’s outing at one surf and waves are generated,
short visit here with his sister.
the latter possessing considerable
of the beach resorts.
force and an undertow. As the
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♦ end is ten feet deep/high diving
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and other stunts are indulged in
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4 by those who are expert at these
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4 performances.
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At low tide the sea runs out a
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4 long distance leaving on the bay
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4 side an expanse of mud and weed
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4 which is thickly sown with clams
Plumbing, Tinning, Electric Wiring and Repairing.
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4 and crabs. Numerous parties go
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4 out to return heavily laden with
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4 the spoil. In t h e woods and
Soft Light; Not Dim Light
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4 along the sand dunes, there is a
To have plenty of light without ui i eces-
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sary brightness use
profusion of salal and huckle­
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berry shrubs, the latter this year
Sunbeam
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being loaded with fruit.
white Mazda lamps. The tipless white
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glass bulb softens the light without dim
Altogether it is, in the judg­
ming it. The ideal lamp for the hom^.
4 ment of the writer, the best of
Five in a Blue Convenience Carton.
4 the Tillamook beaches, the only
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4 drawback being the necessity of
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4 ferrying across the bay, but this
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4 will soon be obviated as the auto
Special Sale on Garden Hose for This Month
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4 road from Tillamook toBayocean
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If you need a Carden Hose buy it now as rubber goods raised and for this month l will sell at the old price
4 is almost completed the county
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4 having appropriated $25,000 to
Come and See
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4 finish the work. When this is
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< done, numbers of motorists will
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make the trip in their own cars.
A new lease of life and a bright
future ought to be in store for
the place.
The Rev. J. F. Dunlop and
wife returned last week from
camping at Manhattan Beach, in
time for the reverend gentleman
to occupy his pulpit Sunday.
J. H. Denning of Wasco, the
S. P . P E S Z N E C K E R
Machine Shop
Oxy-Acetylene Welding
Have You Seen Our New Factory Shipment?
O F SILK WAISTS. DAINTY PA T TER N S AND T H E
LA TEST TH IN G OUT. Special, you» choice...................
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We have also just received a large assortment of
Children s Dresses, Fine Quality Gingham
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And JU ST T H E TH IN G FOR SCHOOL W EAR. Sizes
6 to 14 years. S pecial..................................................................
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$1.50
BOYS’ W H IT E SAILOR
SUITS. Special . . . .
$2.25
Electricians Here
High Grade Enamel Ware
Electricians of the northwest
paid Estacada a visit last Thurs­
day as guests of the P. R. L. &
P. Co. They were here to in­
spect the power houses and there
were about fifty of them, ladies
and all. A picnic dinner was
served in the park by Mr. and
Mrs. Hauser of the Hauser res­
taurant.
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REMEMBER IT PAYS TO SAVE YOUR CASH REGISTER TICKETS
AT
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. The American Legion of this
place are planning on building a
club house and are trying to raise
money for that purpose. Next
Saturday night, August 21, they
will give a dance at the Estacada
pavilion to which everybody is
invited.
Notice our SPECIAL SALE this week on
At prices that you cannot afford to overlook.
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Mrs. Margaret Shepherd of
Portland, representing the Pacif­
ic Coast Rescue and Protective
Society, was in town Tuesday,
soliciting contributions for its
wo^k. This society operates the
Louise Home for wayward girls,
the Albertina Kerr Nursery, the
Elizabeth Cottage for the feeble
minded and afflicted, the Pro­
tective League for the legal pro­
cedure and disposition of offend­
ers, the Portland Commons for
wandering boys and homeless,
friendless men.
Grand Ball
$3.0«
BOYS’ ROMPER SUITS,
Sizes 2 to 6 years. Special . .
Worthy of Support
sk R O S E ’ S
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THE PLACE TO BUY”
Eagle Creek Dance
There will be a big dance at
Cogswell’s Hall, Eagle Creek, on
Saturday evening, August 28th.
A good time is always assured at
these events.