Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, September 29, 1921, Image 4

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EA ST E R N C L A C K A M A S N E W S, T H U R S D A Y , SEPT. 29, 1921.
DOVER
Smith H a rd w a re Co.
Misses Agnes and Alice Udell Here is the place to get that brace
with bits and drills to match it.
were visiting Mrs. Akin, Sunday.
Mrs. Kellier spent the week­
end in Portland visiting her hus-
ban i.
Mrs. Iva Parks and little
daughter were visiting the home
folks, Saturday.
School commenced Monday,
September 26th with Mr. Clene-
smith as teacher.
Joseph DeShazer shipped seven
fat hogs to Derthick Brothers of
Portland, on Tuesday.
Mr. Phillip Evans has been
very sick, but his many friends
hope for a speedy recovery.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Keipt-
miller and babies, spent the week­
end in Dover visiting relatives.
Mrs. Shaw returned home
Monday, after visiting relatives
at Pleasant Home, and Newberg.
Mr, and Mrs. A. Kleinsmith
and daughter, o f Oregon City,
were visiting the Jos DeShazer
family Sunday.
C. E. Seward is hauling lum­
ber for a new house. Mr. Sew­
ard bad the misfortune to lose
his house by fire two years ago.
Assorted locks and shot gun stocks
a jack-knife or ^hatchet,
Razors, tacks, a saw, v> axe,
paints, varnish, oils and glues,
Drinking Jars and iron bars,
rope, squares, spades and Screws,
Wrenches right, we treat you white
and sell the best that’s sold,
And we have stoves to bake your
loaves
They’re hottest when they're
coaled;
Rivets, hasps, files and rasps, bolts,
nails ami gasoline,
Extra blades for different trades,
and that Easy Washing Machine.
— (¡ood Hardware
Have you tried osteopathic
treatment for those chronic con­
ditions ? Consult Dr. Rhodes at
Hotel Estacada.
9-8tf
WANT AND FOR SALE ADS.
FOR S A LE .—One-half horse
power water motor. Inquire at
Mrs. Stormer spent the week­ N e w s office.
end with the James Shibleys.
DISC W A N T E D —I f you have
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bard are one in good condition, call A. N.
8-25tf
camping at the state fair this Orke, Eagle Creek.
week.
FOR S A LE —Nice young horses
at
my ranch near Currinsville.
George Cogswell o f Eafele
W .(0 . Echols, Estacada Rt 1.
Creek was a Sunday caller at
9-22 29
Madden’s.
FOR S A LE —Fresh cow with
James Young, our truckman, calf, $35. Henry Klinker, Bis-
has been ill the past week. Mr. sell. Ore.
10-6
Feathers has been driving in his
FOR S A L E -O n e 16-inch Oli­
place.
ver sulky plow in good condition.
S P R I.N G Y V A T E R N E W S
M. H. Maher visited over Sun­ Geo. Lawrence, Springwater.
9-29-10-6
day aad Monday at the Dayble’s,
returning to Hood River Monday
FOR S A LE — Pure, clean Jer
evening.
sey milk, 11 cents per quart.
Miss Ruth Zurcher, Mrs. R. Phone your orders to Darrow,
9-2ÍM0-6.
Pulley and daughter Nettie. Mr. Estacada.
Mrs. J. I. Gujtridge and
daughters and sister, Miss R.
Zurcher, motored to Silverton
Monday where Mrs. Guttridge
will visit her parents for a Week.
The repairs on the school hause
have been completed and school
opened Monday with Miss Rubv
Gilman of Portland instead of
Miss Talman as was first stated,
and Mrs. Erickson as teachers.
P. Erickson, E. Shearer and
E. Dibble have been over to Sa­
lem for the past two weeks,
building chicken pens for the
state fair, Mr. Shearer having
charge of the poultry exhibit'
Mrs. Erickson and Mrs. Shearer
joined their husbands last Mon­
day and will take in the fair.
DODGE
J. W. Marrs spent several days
in a business trip to Portland
last week.
Next Saturday the Community
club monthly meeting will be
held. Don't forget the date.
Miss Mamie Marrs has gone to
help Mrs. George Lawrence for
a few weeks with the house
work.
The school house is being
cleaned and put in order ready
for the [reopening o f school next
Monday.
Miss TenEyck and
Miss Keller are both reengaged
and will teach their separate de­
partments again as last term.
We are looking forward to hav­
ing a very successful school term
again as we had last year.
Dodge peop.e to the number of
43 journeyed up into the hills on
Thursday the 22. to give a sur- J
prise to Fred Baldwin, it being
his birthday, but the surprise
was on the other party. Fred
receive them, but all had a good
time anyway. A fine picnic din-
door amusements.
The Progressive
Scripps-
American Shoe Shop
Booth, Gardner,
In Estacada, Every Saturday,
Painting,
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Paper Hanging
and Tinting.
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from 2 to 5 p. m. Phone
Cahill for appointment.
Bob
R. R. CARLSON
Undertaker and Embalmer
G resham
Harness Rcpaiied. Shoe laces retipped,
Custom prices. Everything for Shoe*.
OCT.
1.
WALLACE REID
—IN—
“ What’s Your Hurry?
Hoodooed Comedy
B
JONES,
Piano Tuning and Repairing
Leave orders at Estacada Hotel
.MAN GIVES WIFE
ESTACADA,
GLYCERINE MIXTURE
P. O. Box 44
P R I C E $4.
OREGON.
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* Confectionery,
Phonogr iphs,
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R. G. M A R C H B A N K ,
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ESTACADA,
OREGON.
Cigars and Tobaccco,
International Clothes,
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Reliability! Service!
Office, at Portland, Oregon, Septem­
ber 16th, 1921.
NOTICE is hereby given that W il­
liam v.hestrr Dalziel, of Boring, Ore­
gon, R. F. D. No. 2,.‘who, on May 14th,
1920, made Homestead Entry No. 06674,
for NWJ NEJ and SJ N h l, Section 3 3,
Township 2 S, Range 5 Pi, Willamette
Meridian, has filed notice o f intention
to make Three-year Proof, to establish
claim to the land above described, be­
fore the Register and Receiver of the
U. S. Land Office, ’ at Portland Ore­
gon, on the 28th day o f October, 1921.
Claimant names as witnesses;—Mr.
R. A. Chown, of Boring, Ore., R. F. D.
2, W. A. Dalziel, Salem, Ore., care of
State House, Mrs. R. A. Chown, of Bor­
ing, Ore., R. F. D. 2, A . Motjel, of
Boring. Ore., R. F. D. 2.
Act June*6-9-!6, 1916.
Pumps, Water Systems,
Implements, Machinery,
Overland Automobiles,
International Trucks.
A lexander S week , Register.
W e Buy and Sell Good Used Implements, guaranteed
to give good service. Repairs for all Implements and
Machinery.
9-22-10-20
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Hotel Estacada.
GRESHAM, ORE.
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You can now get Board and Room at Hotel Estacada
for $12.00 per week.
Good
privileges.
Board
and Nice, Clean
Make arrangements now,
D
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F
ONE U. S.
Rooms with Bath
Cream Separator
and get choice of rooms.
o r g e t
500 GALLON CAPACITY
t h e
SUNDAY CHICKEN DINNERS!'
ESPECIALLY PRICED $98
The Family
Theatre
SATURDAY,
15 years experience
FRED
HESSELS FARM MACHINERY,
- O re g o n
Warren McWillis
Local Agent for Estacada
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
B. H. J O H N S O N .
She had stomach troubles for
years. A fter giving simple buck-
I f you are figuring on Paint­ I thorn bark, glycerine, etc., as
ing get my prices. I will
mixed in Adler-i-ka, her husband
furnish the material or you
Isays; “ My wife feels fine now!
can furnish it. I will do
ana has gained weight. It is
your work by day or con-
wonderful stomach medicine.”
tract. Leave your orders at X Adltr-i-ka acts on BOTH upper
Smith Hardware Co.’s -store J and lower bowel, removing foul
at Estacada.
matter which poisoned stomach
and which you thought was nev­
J. W. SAUNDERS,
| er in your system. EXCEL­
Rt I. Estacada. :j: LE N T for gas on the stomach or
chronic constipation.
Guards
against appendicitis. The impur­
N O T I C E F O R P U B L I C A T I O N . ities it brings out wall surprise
Department .,f the Interior, U. S. Land you. Estartida Pharmacy.
gon, whoon August 9, 1918, made Orig­
inal Homestead Entry No. 06038 for
NEJSW 1. NWJ S W i. and SE* SW*
of'-ection 17, Township 4 S, Range 4 E.
Willamette Meridian, and on June 7,
1920, made additional Homestead Em
try No. 0b855 for S W i N W i, section
17. Township 4 S, Range 4 E, Willam­
ette Meridian, has filed notice of
intention to make Three Year Proof,
to establish claim to the land above de­
scribed, before the Register and Re­
ceiver o f the United States Land Office,
at Portland, Ore., on the 27th day of
October, 1921.
Claimant names as witnesses;—G.
W.Neoling, o f Estacada,Ore., R t 2, Louis
Vallen, of Colton, Ore., Rt 1, Ben Dod­
son, o f Estacada, Ore., Rt 1. John
Park, o f Estacada, Ore., Rt 2.
Acts 6-9--16 and 4-28-04, Sec. 2.
A lexander S week , Register.
9-15-10-13
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SHOE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
Pointer puts on Deadening
Office at Portland, Oregon, Sept. 8.
1921.
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Felt. Make your rooms warm
NOTICE is hereby given, that W il­
for winter.
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liam Zacariah Hight, of Estacada, Ore­ Departnent of the Interior, U. S. Land
W A N T E D —I f you have hay or
straw to bale, see Peszneeker.
9 -ltf
J. W. Exin and wife, have
been at their Dover ranch for
W A N T E D —To buy cow, fresh
several days taking care o f their Tom Smith, Eagle Creek. Rt 1,
fruit and having their hay baled. box 28.
9-22-29
and Mrs. Aggeman o f Lents,
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
J. I. Guttridge.
FOR SALE No. 2 Russell Saw j
Mill, just the right size for your[ Liberty,
tractor. Norman Linn, Estacada.
Rt 1.
9-22 29. '
THE ESTACADA MEAT CO.
»BEEF C A TTLE ,
V E A L AN D HOGS,
One 9-I6 Heider Tractor
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$ 1 ,3 7 5 .
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Dressed or Live, Bought.
T H U R S D A Y , O C T . 6.
RUTH OF THE ROCKIES.
Pat he News.
Tom Santshi,
Sagt Brush Musketeers,
Doing Time. Comedy.
See our Delicatessen Department, containing Pickles, Relishes, Catsups,
Cheese, Butter.Milk, and Salt and Smoked Fish.
Buy a Quarter of Beef for Canning. 10c and 12c Per Pound.
M. J. KERKES 4 Co.
Estacada
The Reed Auto Co.
ESTACADA, OREGON.
Oregon
A. E. SPARKS, Manager.
KODAKS-
A L L KIN D S and SU PPLIE S
GUNS-
and AMMUNITION
FISHING TACKLE
Get Hunting and Fishing
Licenses Here
Camping Outfits. Electric
Flashlights Baseball
Supplies
QUICK-LITE FACTS!
B rilliant, Safe, Clean, Economical, Convenient, Durable.
B R I L L I A N T — Because it gives 300 candle power of
strong, pure, rich, white light. Brighter than the
brightest electric bulbs.
E C O N O M IC A L — Because it c sts only lc per night for
3 hours use.
It holds 3 pints and burns 18 hours
on one filling.
S A F E — Because there is no danger if the lamp upsets.
T h e fuel cannot spill. The lamp cannot ex­
plode.
C L E A N — Because there is no greasy wick, no dirty
chimney, no smoke, no
soot, no
odor to
contend with.
C O N V E N IE N T — Because it lights with a match, re­
quires no cleaning and has to be filled only once
a week.
D U R A B L E —-Because made of brass which cannot rust.
It is heavily nickel plated and made to last a life
time.
SMITH HARDWARE STORE, ESTACADA
T H E Q U IC K -L IT ES A R E B U IL T O N H O N O R B Y M EN W H O K N O W H O W