Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, September 07, 1922, Image 4

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    EASTERN CLACKAMAS NEWS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1922.
SPRINGWATER NEWS.
DODGE NEWS
âESPÆLS? rrr TTFW T r y j y p u p
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Keller
Mrs. Anna Hull and son Clar­
spent Sunday visiting J. H. Ke'- ence and Mrs. Ethel Julian were
ler and family at Viola.
visitors in Portland, Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Folsom of
Miss Florence Schenk and John
Springwater were Sunday visi­ Schenck of Gresham, were guests
tors at E. Lacey’s this week.
at the J. A. Shibley home, last
Earl Lankins and Miss Ten- week.
Eyck were visiting at Fred Hor­ Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bard made
ner’s place on Wednesday and an auto trip to the Dalles last
week to visit relatives, returning
Thursday.
Mrs. J. E. Keller went to Port­ home Monday.
land on Saturday to visit her son
Mrs. E. E. Llewellen and son
Kenneth who is still in the hos­ Gilbert went to Portland the first
pital. She reports that he is of the week to place Gilbert in
much better and expected home school in Portland.
Wednesday of this week.
Miss Mary McCully of Portland
Frank Chambers, who for a is visiting at the home of Mr.
while attended the Dodge school and Mrs. William Still.
and who now resides in Port­ A miscellaneous shower for the
land, was a week end visitor at bride-to-be was held at the Chris­
Mrs. Jockimsen’s.
tian Endeavor social on Friday
Fred Horner and family spent evening.
Sunday visiting at S. N. Kil
Rev. and Mrs. V. A. Weir and
gore’s place at Springwater.
Mrs. T. P. McCauley and daugh­
Fred Horner and wife were ters, Cora and Julia, were busi­
business visitors in Oregon City ness yisitors in Oregon City, on
Tuesday.
on Tuesday.
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“ Father Goose” is coming.
Return From Eastern Oregon
Mrs. Clara Boyer and son, Ar­
thur, with Mrs. Clyde Saling
and sons, Niel and Fred, have
returned from a trip to Heppner,
Morrow county, where Mrs. Sal­
ing has been visiting relatives.
They made the trip in Mrs.
Boyer’s Chevrolet car making
over 500 miles with only one
stop for machine trouble. They
encountered all kinds of weather
from extreme heat and thunder
and lightning to an Eastern Ore­
gon sand storm with a sprinkle
of rain on the return trip. They
brought home some fine melons
from the irrigated Hermiston
section where acre upon acre is
going to waste, there being no
market on account of the railroad
strike.
They report a very pleasant
time but think Western Oregon
is the best place on earth.
GEM THEATRE
First Show Starts at 7.30
PARAM OUNT
W EEK
To-Night
‘Get Rich Quick
Wallingford”
A story known around the
world and all of it “j u s t
folks!” Overflowing with
village kindness and r i b ­
tickling kinks of dern-fool
human nature.
Every scene a gasp of sur­
prising drama. bursting into
roars of merriment.
ALSO
Paramount Magazine
Saturday and Sunday
Cecil B. DeMille’ s
Production
“ The Affairs
of Anatol”
Base Ball
The base ball season is rapidly
drawing to a close and there
will not be more than three ad­
ditional games. Last Sunday
the Estacada team was again
victorious, defeating the Port-
and Trojans by a score of 4 to 3.
Nlext Sunday the Montavilla club
will be the contending team.
Boys Need a Home
Chester A. Lyon, founder and
owner of “The Big Brother Farm
Tor Boys” at Lebanon, Oregon,
desires to find homes for several
boys who are unfortunate and
need the love of a good Christian
man and woman. When writ­
ing to him, give name of church
attending and of pastor; also as
reference, three other reliable
persons living in your district.
“Big Brother Farm” was
founded 10 years ago and during
that time many boys have been
placed in good Christian homes
and are making good. Address
Chester A. Lyon, Lebanon, Ore.
DIVIDEND NO. 2
A LFA LFA HAY
Another Red Letter Day
GRAINS
FEEDS
July 1, 1922 was another Red Letter Day for
the owners of our 1% Prior Preference Stock.
Checks for thousands of dollars were mailed
out by us to our Thrifty Customers and Pat­
rons in payment of the Second Regular
Quarterly Dividend on their holdings in this
sound and attractive security.
Consult our Investment Department at once
and get on our Mailing List for the
NEXT DIVIDEND ON OCTOBER 1ST.
The "Good Luck” Star
THOMAS MEIGHAN
IN
•‘White and Unmarried"
Comedy--"Watch Your Neighbor"
Music at all Shows
L V. CLEW 0RTH, Manager.
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PORTLAND RAILWAY, LIGHT & POWER
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The Store Where Your Dollar Does Its Duty.
U. S. MORGAN, Proprietor.
Company.
SOUDAS THE STATE
Room 605 Flectric Bldg., Portland, Oregon.
SC:
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Confectionery,
Phonogr iphs,
R. G. M A R C H B A N K ,
L iG H T
L
u n c h e s
I am now prepared to do al
kinds of watch, clock and jewelry
repairing. A. N. Jo hr son. tf
Subscribe for your home paper
th e E a s t k k n C l a c k a m a s N l w s .
and
Spend the difference —Henry Ford
,
ESTACADA,
OREGON.
International Clothes,
+ Cigars and Tobaccco,
+ + + + + + ♦ + + ♦♦ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + H
Estacada, Oregon, A ugust 31, 1922.
NOTICE is hereby given th a t the City Council of the City of Estacada,
Oregon, in persuance of the provisions of the Charter of said City, did on the
21st day of February, 1922, levy assessments for sidewalk improvements against
the following lots in the City of Estacada, Oregon, for the respecctive amounts
hereinafter set forth to wit:
Lot 6 Block 9 Zobrist Addition $12.50. J. R. Edwards owner or reputed owner
$15.00. W. C. Repass, “
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Lot 7
23
$15.00. W. C. Repass,
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23
Lot 10
$15.00. J. B. Honey,
“ “
Lot 9
23
$15.90. A. H. Withrow, “ “
Lot 11
23
#15.00. A. H. Withrow, “
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23
Lot 12
$15.00. W. C. Repass,
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23
Lot 8
“
LiOt 6 “ 6 Original Town plat, $15.00. J. R. Edwards, “
“
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’* $15.00. J ’ R. Edwards,
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Lot 7 “ 6
“
“
*• $15.00. J . H. Nash,
'* “
Lot 11 •• 6
...................... #45.00. J . H. Nash,
“ “
Lot 12 •• 6
$20.00. W. C. Repass,
“ “
Lot 6 “ 18 F irst Addition
If within ten days from date of the first publication hereof the said as­
sessment against any of said lots shall not he paid the City Council will pro­
ceed to order the sale of said lots so delinquent in the manner provided by the
Charter of said City of Estacada, Oregon.
By order of CITY COUNCIL
(SEAL)
j . p. WOODLE. Recorder.
Ford Service
what it Really Means
It means Genuine Ford Parts, 50 per cent of
which retail for less than 10 cents. It means a
Repair Shop, where expert Ford Mechanics per­
form the work
It means giving Honest, Courteous, Prompt at­
tention to the Ford Owner’s every need.
It means to constantly supply you with a Ford
Service that will make you and keep you an en­
thusiastic member of the great Ford family.
We are authorized Ford Dealers. W e can
supply you with any product the Ford Motor Co.
makes.
Crawford Bros. Motor Co.
GAS
ACCESSORIES
OILS
ESTACADA, OREGON.
FOR
INSURANCE
Fire, Automobile and Life,
--------------- SEE---------------
WOODLE REALTY C O ., the INSURANCE AGENTS
R E P R E S E N T IN G T H E B E S T C O M PA N IES:
Pacific States Fire Inusrance Co.
The Liverpool & London & Globe Ins. Co.
The Phoenix Ins. Co. of Hartford, Conn.
Farmers Mutual Fire Relief Association.
ALSO
L I F E A ND A C C I D E N T C O M P A N I E S
WE PROTECT YOU AND YOUR PROPERTY
WOODLE REALTY CO.
Estacada, Oregon.
SB Í »
FAIRBANKS-MORSE QUALITY- 100 %;
WE have added another sign of excellence to our list
when we gave a place to the sign of the
A N A T U R A L C URIO SITY
Buy a
THE U N IV E R S A L CAB
Imolemems
Professor Poksrnoss: Shi They
• re asking s qusstlon. Eureka!
I
have caught ths first msssaga from
Mars.
His Excited Colteaguesi What do
they eayf
Profeaaor Poksrnoaai
They ask
*How do you gst that w a y P
LINE
Estacada Feed Co.
Investment Department
’ PORTLAND-
C O M P L E T E
FO R SALE---0ne Heavy Work Horse
Priscillas Entertained
Mrs. J. R. Hughes was hostess
to the Modern Priscillas last Fri­
day at her home at Currinsville.
FOR SALE—Team of Percher­
She was assisted in entertaining
on mares, 6 years old, weighing
3,000 lbs. will sell reasonably.
by her daughter, Mrs. Sisson
Address H. B. Van Alst, 6717,
who was a visitor under the pa­
43d
Ave, Portland. Mt.{Scottcar.
rental roof. After the delight­
8 31 9-20
ful and sumptuous dinner, the
LOST—June 22, 1922, between
guests spent the afternoon very Gibson’s corner and Boring, a PLAIN SEWING—Dressmak­
pleasantly in visiting. T h e r e feather mattress, used one year, ing and hemstitching, see Mrs.
Gus Wilcox.
7-18tf
were seven members present and weighing between 30 and 40 lbs.
F0R SALE-25-35 Cal. Win-
two visitors. Mrs. Sisson and Reward offered Finder notify
N. Sether. Milwaukee, Ore., )chester carbine, A-l condition,
Mrs. E. E. Ericson, Mrs. Hughes’ O-
Phone Mil. 18 R, or notify Mrs. Anyone interested call on L. M.
sister, of Seattle.
Jennie Horger, Barton Ore.
Wagner. Estacada.
8-31tf
8-24-31-9-7
All kinds of rain clothing, rub­
FOR SALE—Duroc J e r s e y
FOR RENT—Cottage c l e a n pigs, both sexes, age 3 months.
ber footwear and umbrellas at
and cheerful in Terrace Addition,
L. H. Ewalt,
prices you can afford to pay, at $8.00 per month teacher prefer­
8-31 9-7 Currinsville, Ore. R 1.
Rose’s.
red or adult pupils. Obtain key
FAT CHICKENS wanted at
at R. F. Snyder’s, phone J. F.
Hotel Estacada.
7-27-tf
Snyder.
8-31 9-7
Estray Notice
Notice is hereby given that I
FOR SA LE-Late 1922 new
have taken up a light colored series Maxwell Touring Demon­
Jersey Heifer, about 2 years old. strator; factory guarantee, clas­
NEW ARCADA H O T EL
Owner can have same by paving sic in every way; better than
bran
new,
just
broke
in.
Will
for pasture and advertising.
146 First S treet, near Alder.
sell on terms. Phone
Albert Horger,
MEW MANAGEMENT
I. D. McCutchan, Estacada.
9 7-14-21
Boring, Rt. 4.
Clean Hooms 50 cent* and up.
LOST- Boys brown coat on
NOTICE—Will the party who road between Yocum’s mill and
Fine Lobby and Music.
took a case of Ideal quart fruit Estacada. Notify Bick Githens.
9-7-14
jars from R. S. Coop’s wood Eagle Creek, Ore.
wagon, while in the street near
Bartholomew’s slore Wednesday,
about 3:30 p. m., return same
to Mr. Burtholomew.
R. S. Coop,
Wallace Reid, Gloria Swanson
Elliot Dexter, Bebe Daniels
Monte Blue, Wanda Hawley
Agnes Ayres, Polly Moran
Theodore Roberts.
THURSDAY
GROCERIES
THIS STOCK YIELDS 7.3 PER CENT.
With an All Star Cast
N E X i
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FAIRBANKS MORSE CO.
THE reliability of their engines and accuracy of their
scales is well krown—We have them both.
Paints
OUR line of Winchester Tools and Ammunition is com­
plete again.
Their accuracy and excellence are well
known.
Mason Strong Shoulder and E -Z Seal Jars.
Jelly Glasses.
SMITH HARDWARE STORE, ESTACADA
The only H»idware Store in Clackamas county selling goods at Portland prices