Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, February 03, 1921, Page Page Six, Image 6

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EASTERN CLACK AM AS NEW S
Page Six
SPRIN G W A TER NEW S
Grandma Folsom is visiting
w ith her son, Chas. Folsom.
A large attendance heard the
Rev. Potts Smith preach Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Christen­
sen spent Wednesday in Port­
land, on business.
His friends are glad to see W.
T. Smith around Springwater,
after siege of sickness.
Mrs. Helen Edmondson, of
Dayton, Washington, is visting
with her sister, Mrs. Chas. Fol­
som.
i]Look out for the Springsafer
Grange entertainment, for the
ladies are busy. That means
you can look for something good.
In the County Court o f the State o f
Oregon for the County o f Clackamas.
In the matter of the estate of George
Henderson, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the under­
signed, Agnes Henderson, ndmin;stratix
of the estate of George Henderson, de­
ceased, has filed her final account in
the County Court o f the State of Ore­
gon, for the County of Clackamas, and
that Mono ay, the 14th day of March,
1921, at the hour of 9:30 a. m., of said
day at the Court House at Oregon City
in said county and state, has been ap­
pointed as the time and place for the
nearing of objections to said final ac­
count and the settlement thereof.
Dated and first published, February
3d, 1921.
Date of last publication, March 3d,
1921.
Miss Bertha Burns who had
been ailing for several days,
became worse Sunday, and on
Monday accompanied by her
mother, she was taken to St.
Vincent’s hospital for an opera­
tion for appendicitis. She stood
well the ordeal and is doing as
nicely as can be expected.
“ Twins” at the W. W. Chris­
tensen farm. Lambs, this time.
Raise chickens you have to
water at midnight. We know a
farmer in Springwater that does.
Notice of Final Account
Mr. W. W. Christensen, the
gentleman farmer of Springwater
is giving a demonstration on
“ How to Build a Fence.” All
rights reserved.
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Read all the advertisements in
this issue. Th“ y tell stories of
economy.
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MRS. H. G. KNAPP,
DRESSMAKER.
Plain DresseB $8.00. All sewing
reasonable. Located ‘with “ Dan
the Tailor,” Oddfellows Building.
EMERGENCY FLEET CORPORATION
Offers For Sale
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D A U G H E R T Y TYJMC: l>«*8lgn»t«d d. w. t., 4,920; Length, 300 fe et;
Mreiulth, 48 fe et, Depth. 38 feet 6 in* lies; Bunkera-Coal, 578.5; Dally
Kuel t'otiHuniption, 38, Speed, 10, S team ing Kudina, 3,318, Engines,
1 Trip, 10xp. a ft ; 1 II I\, 1,400; Boilers, 2 Bab. A W ilcox W a t e r
Tut«*; Cargo, Bale, 103,300; Grain, 103,300.
BA 1, L I N T Y P E : Designated d. w. t., 4,185; Length, 368 ft.;
Breadth, 48 ft.. Depth, 36 ft.; Bunk* rs-Coal, 5.'2; Daily Fuel C o n ­
sumption, 30, Speed, 8, S te a m in g Radius, 3,660; Engines, Trip.
Exp , I It. l ’ „ 1,400; Boilers, 3 Stand. W a t e r T u b e ; Cargo, Bale,
153,401; Grain, 153,401.
I L M N S I L A T Y P E : Designated d. w. t., 4,000; Length, 369 ft.;
Breadth, 48 ft., 8 In.; Depth, 37 ft. 6 In.; Hunkers-Conl. «*07; Daily
Fuel C.-iiHumption, 34; Speed, 10; S team ing Radius. 6,069; Engines,
Turbine Went; Boilers, 3 Stand. W a t e r Tube; Cargo, Bale, 1 4,041;
Grain, 149,041
P A D A M F I S H E R I E S T Y P E : Designated d. w. t.. 3,50 P. U gth.
tin ft 4 ill.; Breadth. 46 ft ; Depth, 36 ft.; Bunkers \ vl, 4S3;
Daily Fuel CoiiMimptloli, 30; Speed, 8. S team ing Radius, 4.051;
Kn ines, 3 T r ip Exp.; I 11 P . 1.500, Boilers, 3 Stand. W a t e r Tube;
Cargo. Bale. 131.585; Grain, 131.585.
ALLEN TYPE
Designated d w. t.. 3,653; Length, 374 ft. 4 In.;
B r e a d t h , 44 ft 9 in . Depth, 36 ft 4 In.; Bunkers-Coal, 187.3; Dally
Fuel Consumption, 30. Speed, 8: S te a m in g Radius, 4.035; Engines,
1 Trip. Exp . I II P.. I.4O0; Boilers, 3 Stand. W a t e r Tu be; Cargo,
Bale. 149.805 Grain. 157,68«
L A K E A OCEAN’ N A V I G A T I O N CO. T Y P E : Designated d. w. t.,
3.500; Length. 345 ft ; Breadth, 43 ft.; Depth. 36 f t . ; Daily Fuel
Consumption, 30, Speed, 10: Engines, 1 Trip. Exp. a tt; I. H. P.,
1.400 Boilers, 2 Stand. W a t e r Tubes.
M C C L E L L A N D T Y P E : D esignated d. w t., 3,575. Length. 270 ft.
Breadth, 45 ft
Depth, 24 ft 3 In.; Hunkers-Coal. 290; Dally F > e
Consumption.
«, Speed, 93. Steam ing Ratlins. 2.584; Engines. *
T r i p F \ t> I II IV. 1.400; Boilers. 3 Baden W a t e r Tube; Cargo,
Pa.*, 139,111 Grain, 156.081
F E R R I S T Y P E Designated d W. t.. 3,588; Length. 268 ft.. Breadth,
4 ,. tt 2 In ; Depth, 26 ft ; Bunkera-Coal. 477, Dally Fuel Consump­
tion. 30 Speed, S Steam ing Radius. 3,954; Engines. 1 Trip. K x n .; '
I II p . 1.400 Boilers. 2 Stand W a ta r Tube; Cargo, Bale, 148,992-,
Grain, 148.992
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l l o P O l l T Y P E Designated d w t.. 4.005; Len gth . 274 ft.; Breadth,
4« ft ; Depth 38 ft ; Bunkera-Coal, 900; Dally Kuel Consumption,
28 Speed 8 Steam ing Radius, 7,792; Engines, 3 Trip. Exp ; I. H. TV.
I 400 Boilers 2 Stand W a t e r Tu be; Cargo, Bale, 147,680; Grain.
147.680.
G R A Y S H A R B O R T Y P E : Designated d. w t , 4.000; Len gth , 274
ft 6 in
Breadth. 49 ft.; Depth. 28 ft. 1*4 In.; Bunkers-Coal, 383;
D allv Fuel C nsumption. 20; Speed 8; Steam in g Radius, 3.111:
Engines. I Tt p F t»»
1 H. P., 1 . 4 0 0 : Boilers, 2 Stand. W a t e r
T u b e: Cargo. Bale. 177.467; Grain, 177.467
T E R M S : 10 per cent cash on delivery. Balance in equal sem i­
annual installm ents over a period of three years.
liltl* nt«y lu* subm itted for one or more vessels, or fo r any
com bination o f vessels; and must be aceninpanied by certified check
payable tt» the l'- S. Sh ip p in g Hoard for
per cent of amount of the
bill, ltld s should be subm itted on the b a sis of purchase "as Is and
vhere la.”
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Th e Board reserves the righ t to reject any and all bids.
S E A L E D B ID S should be addressed to the Secretary of the
U N I T E D S T A T E S S H IP P IN G B O A R D . W A S H IN G T O N , D. C., and
Indorsed " S E A L E D B ID F O R S T E A M S H IP (N am e of S h ip )“ and
“ Do Not Open.”
Ship and Sail Under American Flag
G. REIN
FIRST-CLASS
SHOEMAKING
Best Neatsfoot Oil For Sale.
Broadway
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Estacada
R. R. CARLSON
Undertaker and Embalmer
A g n E s H e n d e r s o n , Administratrix.
Gresham - Oregon
Warren McWillis
Local Agent for Estacada
Attractive Offer!
ORDINARY PR1CES:--
Telegram .
NEWS
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UNITED STATES SHIPPING BOARD
Bids will be received on a private competitive basis
in accordance with the Merchant Marine Act at the office
of the United States Shipping Board, 1319 F Street, N. W.,
Washington, D. C.
Vessels showing the various types, dimensions and
number available for sale are as follow s:
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We are able to make the following Attractive Offer of
the Portland Evening Telegram and the NEW S combined
by mail, for a year.
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Wood Ships and W ood Hulls*
Thursday, February 3, 1921
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$ 6.00
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Special Price for Both Only $5.
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This applies to both New Subscriptions and Renewals.
SUBSCRIBE NOW. Good only until February 15tn, 1921.
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We Want to Give Our Friends
And Customers a Few Tips !
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First. We call your attention of the VELIE SIX,
which is conceded to be one of the BEST CARS on the
market today, at a price that ought to interest every one
interested in a Car, equipped with Cord Tires, Extra Cord
Tire, Bumper, Motometer and Tire Cover.
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$1685 Delivered in Estacada.
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Prices Advance to $1785 Feb. 15th.
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We also call your attention to the fact that on MONDAY,
THE 7th DAY OF FEBRUARY. Mr. Bacon, formerly of
Echo, Oregon, will take charge of our Repair Department.
Mr. Bacon comes to us with the very highest recommends,
and we would appreciate your giving him a trial, as the
plan is to satisfy. Mr. Bacon is a specialist on the electri­
cal equipment of a car.
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We Are Here to Serve You.
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REED & SHIBLEY.
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