Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, July 10, 1924, Image 3

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    EASTERN CLACKAMAS NEWS. THURSDAY. JULY 10, 1924.
LOCAL B R E V IT IE S
AND NEW S IT È M S
Hotel Benson
George Pointer has painted two
elegant signs for the Estacada
Pharmacy, one facing Broadway
and the other 2nd street
N O T IC E
Highest Possible Quality
or L O A N A N D
or B O N D .
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nfflBni11TI n: t ’ :T:'Tr
TYPEWRITERS
NEW AND REBUILT
SALE
Old machines taken in trade as part payment.
Typewriters repaired.— Complete Rental and Supply Department.
NOTICE is hereby given by School
Mrs. U. H. Gibbs went to
District No. 89, Clackamas County,
Portland Tuesday.
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Oregon, that said district will receive
bids for bonds for a loan in the sum of
THE REBUILT TYPEWRITER COMPANY
P. M. Anderson was a Port­
Eighty-five Hundred ($8500.00) Dollars;
304_Oak Street, Portland, Oregon
land visitor on Sunday..
said bonds to bear interest at the rate
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JAKSHA, Mgr.
Phone, Broadway 0270
of 5J % per annum and the said bonds
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Pointer’s for Paints, Wallpaper r —
to mature and to be repaid as follows;
and Window Glass.
5-22tf
$500.00 thereof on January 1st 1927
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I am particularly interested in the make of machine checked below:
and $1000.00 thereof on the 1st day
W. G. Baumgardner arrived
of January of each year thereafter
¿is.
Woodstock___
Underwood___
Remingtom
until the full amount of Eighty-five
Tuesday noon in Estacada;
Hundred ($8500.00»(Dollars, the total
L. C. Smith___
Royal___
Oliver
James Smith and family came 1 ' * s ¿'V f*-
amount of par value shall have
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been paid.
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over from-Oak GroVfc’ ito.' eafi.0n
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Interest on said bonds to be paid
Jsed exclusively by the
old friends and celebrate the
semi-annually from the date of issue.
All bids must be received prior to
Address____ ____________
Fourth.
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£•'
and will be opened at 8 o ’clock P. M.
famous hotel.
on July 29, 1924, at the School House
See J. E. Gates and get that
of said district.
suit cleaned and pressed. L-;: 0..
The said district and the district
school board of said district resarve the
0. F. Building.
10-lltf.
Any girl in trouble may com­
right to reject any and all bids.
This
coffee
if
packed
in
municate
with Ensign Lee of the I
Mr. and Mrs, J. A.'TpbJey,
B> order o f the district school board
C . C. M IL L E R
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of District No. 89 of Clackamas County, Salvation Army, at the White X
former residents here, visited
Successor to Jack Norton
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Oregon, made this 5th day o f July, 1924.
., fancy cans would cost
Shield Home, 565 Mayfair Ave., i SANITARY BARBER SHOP i
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Bacon on
GEO. W . TURNER,
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Chairman, District School Board. Portland, Oregon.
the Fourth.
10c more per pound
MRS. GEO. W . TU RNER,
BATHS
Shingles $3 per M at Seaman . &
7-10-17
District Clerk.
N O TIC E O F S A L E
Twenty-five years experience
Bullis, Rt. 2, Estacada.—6-19-7-10
In the County Court for the State of
N O T I C E or A P P L I C A T I O N
Agt. Estacada 4 Portlad Laundries ?
Oregon, for the County of Clackamas.
Motormar. C. A. Miller and
F O R BID S T O R C O N S T R U C ­
T I O N O F S C H O O L B U I L D ­ In the matter of the I
family of Sellwood were guests
Es t a t e of C has. ’ N o t i c e o f S a l e .
ING.
Seymour, deceased. )
at the Estacada Hotel for over
NOTICE ia hereby given that School
NOTICE is hereby given that the
District No. 89, Clackamas County,
the Fourth.
Oregon, will receive bids up to 8:30 undersigned, the Adminstratrix of the
o'clock P. M., on the 29th day of July, estate of Chas. Seymour, deceased,
New samples of Wallpaper^ 1000
1924, for the furnishing of all material will sell at private sale to the highest
PHONE 74-1
different kinds at Pointers. 22-tf- : DELIVERY _
and labor in the construction of a school bidder for cash and on terms the fol­
See me before you buy that set. I
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building in accordance with the plans lowing described property, to-wit:
Large sheets of Wotting' paper,-
sell the HALLOW ATT Receiving
and specifications prepared by P. Chap­
Situated in the County of Clackamas,
pell Browne, architect now in the posses­ State of Oregon. Lots 5 and 6, Block
Sets, the kind that will please you
19 x 24, at the N ews -office 10
sion of the Clerk of said school district 11, Zobrists Addition to Estacada, Ore­
If you are interested let me dem-
cents.
tf
gon.
at her home in said school district.
Mrs. J. R. Hughes of Currins-
Young Folks Convention
strate this fine set to you.
Lot
8,
Block
18,
Estacada.
Oregon.
A
sufficient
bond
will
be
required.
The Misses Dillon had as guests ville, went to Portland Tuesday
Lot 6, Block 21, First Addition to Es­
PRICES ARE RIGHT.
The Presbyterian Young Folks AU bids will be opened at said 8:30
for the Fourth, their brothers, morning, returning the following
tacada, Oregon, and also
o’ clock on July 29th, 1924.
CLYDE SCHOCK
convention is in session at Hil­ The said district and the district Lots 6, 7, and 8, Block 48, North
W. W. Dillon and Lee Dillon of day.
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board of said district reserve the Plains,, Washington County, Oregon,
Crawfords’ Garage, Estacada, Ore.
lock burn, which is located eleven school
Portland, with their respective
on
and
after
the
1st
day
of
August,
right to reject any and all bids.
Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Morgan
Or Phone 69-7
By order of the district school board 1924 to the highest bidder at the office
miles up the Clackamas river.
families.
went to Portland and thence to
of School District No. 89, Clackamas of ray attorney Phillip Hammond in the
J. P. Woodle, Sr., brought us Gresham on the Fourth. At the This is a camp maintained by the County, Oregon, made this 5th day of Bank of Oregon City Building, Oregon
City, Oregon, after the hour o f 11:00
a branch from a Royal Ann cher­ latter place they took in the cele­ various Presbyterian churches of July, 1924. CEO. W . TU R N E R ,
o’clock A. M. on such day subject to
Portland.
Here
the
young
peo­
Chairmah District School Board. confirmation by the County Court of
ry tree. It was two feet three bration and saw the races. A
MRS. GEO. W. TU R N E R Clackamas County.
inches in length and loaded with big crowd was there, nearly; ple will attend classes in the 7-10-17
ALICE SEYMOUR,
District Clerk.
morning,
for
Bible
study
and
in­
Administratrix of Chas.
fruit. It weighed two and three- seven thousand.
Seymour, deceased.
struction in Christian Endeavor N O T I C E F O R P U B L I C A T I O N
quarter pounds.
PHILIP HAMMOND.
A bunch of fine young people, wor|(t under the direction of the
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W. L. Baughman made a brief both boys and girls, arrived in Rev. L. D. Van Nuys of Portland, Department o f the Interior, U. S. Land 6-26-7-24 Attorney for Administratrix.
Get our prices before you buy
Office, at Portland, Oregon, June 24th
visit here last week, coming Estacada Monday noon.
Dryer Pipes Made to Order
They and the Rev Dr Armentrow of
1924.
from Spokane with his daughter, were from different Presbyterian Philadelphia, and Mrs. Hester
For Sheet Iron work,
NOTICE is hereby given that Stewart
Seeley, of Cherryvilie, Oregon, who,
repairs, soldering and
and her husband, Mr. and iftrs. parishes in Portland, Salem and of Salem( instrUctress.
There on August 1st, 1923, made Homestead
plumbing, call at the
J. A. Cleveland. They started" elsewhere, and on their way to a are probably thirty or thirty-five Entry, No. 07431, for
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back Saturday. He has heeji laid camp up the Clackamas river to young people besides the staff of NEJ, Section 23, Township 2 S, Range
MORTICIAN
AM ES SHOP
6 E, Willamette Meridian, has filed
up with rheumatism but -is a convention. Notice of this is teachers.
MAIN STREET.
The afternoons will notice of intention to make Final Proof,
and EMBALMER
to
establish
claim
to
the
land
above
de­
somewhat better
given elsewhere.
be devoted to games and recrea- scribed, before the Register and Re­
Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Park came
Mrs. Carrie Wichell and Mrs. jtion. The conference hopes to ceiver U. S. Land Office, at Portland,
from Appleton,
Wash.,
last Anna Parks of Portland have accomplish much work in the Oregon, on the 8th day of August, 1924.
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Claimant names as witness;
Thursday to go to their ranch in been visiting Mrs. W. A, Heyl- Lord’s service. The convention
John ODell, W . R. Allen, Elzia Mi-
Estacada Lodge t
Springwater, to look after the man for the past two weeks. opened Monday, July 7, and will cenhimer, all of Cherryvilie, Oregon.
FURNITURE-Beds,
No. I75.
M. Drummond, of Marmot, Oregon.
Cherry crop. The old gentleman Mrs. Maybel Lewis of Seattle, close next Monday, July 14.
Notic? will be published for five
Meets
every
Saturday
evening in
Mattresses, Stoves,
consecutive weeks in the “ Eastern
is looking very fit, and seems to Washington, was also visiting
their lodge room, corner of Bioad
N ew s,’ ’ at Estacada, Ore­
I way and Third streets. Visiting
D ining RoomTables
have thrown pff a few years by the Hevlmans for two days. She America’s Lumber Industry Clackamas
gon.
4 brothers are always welcome.
A ct 6-9-16.
his appearance.
i and Mrs. Heylman were school
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.I. H. Tracy, N. G.
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American lumber industry in
Clackamas Co.
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J. K. Ely, Secretary,
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Wester - 1 mates in their early life back in
W a l t e r L. T o o z e S r . Register.
in 1923:
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man of Boring, celebrated the Wisconsin.
1. Cut enough lumber to com­
Fourth in Yamhill, Oregon. They
Eagles’ Picnic
fortably house 10,000,000 persons.
spent a week visiting Mr. Wes-
2. Cut enough lumber to re­
The
annual
picnic
o
f
the
F.
0.
terman’ s relatives and Mr. Wes-
build three times the 800,000 de­
E.
of
Portland
was
held
July
4.
terman,s sister, Miss Bertha
stroyed buildings of the French.
Westerman, came home with 5 and 6 in the park. The main
3. Cut enough lumber to en­
celebration
was
on
the
Fourth
them for a vacation. She is a
circle
the world three times with
nurse in St. Joseph’s hospital at and there was a large attend­
a
foot-wide
duckboard walk.
ance which came by train and
Vancouver. Wash.
4.
Felled
trees on 5,000,000
Thé Rev.^ÎL Wi andMrs. Mort auto. The other days the at­ acres of land.
returned from Aberdeen, Wash­ tendance was not nearly as large.
5. Employed more than 800,-
ington, after an absence of The Estacada band furnished 000 woodsmen and millmen.
•HERE is no better w ay to keep cool than
nearly three weeks. Mr. Mort music for 15% of the gate re­
6.
Required
3,000,000
carloads
was a teacher in. the junior de­ ceipts which brought them in for hauling.
with light Underwear. In the B. V. D. styles
partment of a Bible Summer $62.60. It is estimated there j Bat what steps are taken to
we have a good supply, all sizes, at 89c each.
School which was held in .the must have been over a thousand replace the trees which have
M. E. church at that place. They people in the park on the Fourt thus been turned into lumber?
M en’s Balbrigan Knit, short s l e e v e s , a n k l e
took a few side trips along the as the gate receipts showed How about reforestation?
In
nearly 700, and besides these
sound to Tacdma and Seattle.
length, light weights, at - - - $1.00 Per suit
were the ticket holders who Europe this is made compulsory,
“ We never miss the water
and -so there is a constant new
came from" Portland.
until the well runs dry,” was ex­
growth taking the place o f that
emplified here on Sunday. If it CATARRHAL DEAFNESS cut down. It won’ t be long if
had not been for thé indèpen’d- li often ceueed by an Inflamed condition cutting goes on at the rate it has
the mucous lining of the Eustachian
ent supply furnished by the new of
Tube. W hen this tube le Inflamed you the last few years, before all the
a rumbling sound or Imperfect
fountains at the corners of the have
hearing. Unlesa the Inflammation can timber will have been felled, ex­
be reduced, your hearing may be de­ cept on those areas which consti­
city hall fiat, which are fed by a stroyed
forever.
spring, there would have been a H A L L 'S C A T A R R H M E D IC IN E will tute the government reserva­
d o w hat we claim for It—rid your system
serious drouth in the city. The o f Catarrh or Deafneas earned by tions.
Chtarrti. H A L L 'S C A T A R R H M E D IC IN E
trouble was due to a big leak in haa been su ccessful In the treatm ent of
' Catarrh fo r over F orty Tears.
Methodist Episcopal Church
the mains which necessitated Sold by all druggists.
F. J. Cheney ft C o., T oledo, O.
putting in new pipe.
All services will run full swing ;
through the summer months.
Remember our cool evening
W. A. HESSEL
service at 8 p. m., good singing.
All other services at the usual
times. You are always welcome.
“ Serving God by serving folks. ”
H . W. M ort , Pastor.
COFFEE
42c
T. H. MORTON
R A D IO
PLUMBING
PIPE and FITTINGS
JOSEPH E. GATES
HOUSEHOLD GOODS
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NEW AND SECOND HAND
KEEP COOL
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Men’s Dress Hats and Caps, all colors, many
styles, priced reasonable.
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Men’s and Young Men’s Oxfords in brown and
black, just the thing for hot weather.
HESSEL
IMPLEMENT
COMPANY INC-
Estacada, Oregon
ALL KINDS OF IMPLEMENTS. AUTO TIRES AND TUBES
WlLLYS-KNIGIfT. OVERLAND and STAR CARS, TRUCKS. ACCESSORIES
T R A C T O R S AND T R A C T O R IM P L E M E N T S
Kelly-Springfield and United States Tirea.
Silos, Engines, Ensilage Cutters, all Harvesting Machinery— Binders,
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Sararator*. Dite Harrow».
a » « , » Te d lsrt Binder T w in , Planter« i;-n » -! e r , Crc
for alì IrrwJamerta
t o w s Spring
m w ttw s — *
Portable
Dra*
Saw*
S pflnc Tooth
I uwn naiivw»
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Sctke-Tooth Harrow:
tara Spray Etes» Cura and.
OftTvr Chtnw nova. __r
Surv-ior
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Drill» Mrvrj W * « . s r * ' f *
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v n f trr.tlemanta and
of
Spray.
M*?hlr«ry that ha* crenel to ba Rtfht
A tarfa
Look rhaaa usad cara orar
Machi nary Craam Sapara or* ns«d AutcrncbtMA. Tnacka Tr
drtTa tham. than fOt «an ta# a uaac
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Dr. Hess Stock Tonic, Dip, Panacea and
Fly Spray, none better.
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NOTICE
The Reorganized Church of
Jesus Christ of the Latter Day
Saints has organized a Sunday
school at Springwater which
meets at J. W. Byera’ home at
at 10:30 every Sunday morning.
Everyone is cordially invited to
come and get acquainted with
us. We are not Mormons. Come
? and learn the difference.
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B. H. S towell , Supt.
JOIN THE CROWD A T
THE PEOPLE’S STORE
Where your Dollar has more Cents
H. B. SNYDER,
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C.A. DYKEMAN.