Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, December 30, 1920, Page Page Seven, Image 7

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EASTERN CLACKAMAS NEWS
rhursday, Decem ber 30, 1920
WE THANK OUR CUSTOMERS
For the Trade They Have Given Us
during rhe past year, and invite them and everyone TO COME IN
and make OUR HARDW ARE STORE THEIR HARDWARE
STORE this year, and all the years to come.
We Appreciate the Confidence
that has been placed in us. We have tried to deserve it. We shall
keep on trying to deserve it.
You Shall Always Get from us the
BERT Estacada, H. Oregon.
FINCH.
Same Square Deal we Have Always Given.
Our Hardware is the Best; It Stands the Test.
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Receipts and Expenditures.
By keeping an accu­
rate Record of your
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A full line of Journals
ani Ledgers on hand
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PHARMACY
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Fred E. Bartholomew,
Gordon M. Lawrence.
Not because it is an
honored custom, but be­
cause cf the sincerity of
our appreciation of the
part you have played in
our business prosperity,
we tahe this opportunity
to thank you and wish
you a Prosperous New
Year.
P. & E. Transportation Co.
To The Public:
O U R B U S IN E S S IS P IC K IN G UP
Oregon
Estacada
I
WISH TO ANNOUNCE to the
people of Estacada and neighbor­
ing points, that I have leased the
HOTEL ESTACADA
which is being put into thorough repair,
and will take possession the First of
the year. The Hotel is for the Town
and its People, and I shall endeavor to
make all comers thoroughly welcome
and at home. The dining room is to
be reopened, and I shall cater also for
Banquets, Dinner Parties and the like,
and in every way work for the conven­
ience of the Town.
Thanking you for generous patronage
in the past,
These three Stirling qualities, sought by every motorist, and
essential to the success of a Car (doubly so in a hilly
country ) are embodied in t h e ........................
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For the Business Man or Pleasure Seeker, our “ 490 ” and
“ FB ” Models fulfill all the requirements of the Most Dis­
criminating Motorist. Mother, wife or daughter can safely,
easily and comfortably drive these “Easiest to Handle” Cars.
In the Commercial Field and in the Farming and Fruit
Growing Industry the CHEVROLET MODEL “ F ”
( one-ton truck ) has amply demonstrated its ability to
cope with any situation.
CHEVROLET OVER THE TOP
KODAKS-
ALL KINDS an<l SUPPLIES
GUNS-
And
WILCOX BROS.
OF THE
AMMUNITION
FISHING TACKLE
Get Hunting and Fishing
Licenses Here
Camping Outfits, Electric
Flashlights. Baseball
Supplies
KodakPicturesDeveloped
and Enlarged
V. W. HAUSER.
conomy~
fficiency~
indurance
ED. BONER’S
CASCADE GARAGE
Eagle Creek Dance
Christian Church
There will be a big dance at The Rev. J. O. Staats will hob
Eagle Creek in Cogswell’s hall, divine services in this church,
on Saturday, Jan. 8th. Good Sunday morning and evening,
music and & good floor will maka January 2nd.
it an enjoyable event.
Miss Jennie Ten Eyck, stu-
Lewis Jones of Reed College dent at U. of O, and sister of
was here for Christmas. He is Miss Rose Ten Eyck, teacher at
a graduate of the E. H. S. and Dodge, spent Christmas day at
is making his mark at Reed.
Fred Horner’s.