Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, August 14, 1924, Image 4

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    EASTERN CLACKAMAS NEWS, THURSDAY, AUCUST 1 4 . I 9 M
A Delightful Evening
Mr. and Mrs. H. LaBarre of
Log LaBarre, gave an informal
party Tuesday evening, in honor
of Mrs. W. E. Essick of Los An
geles, who with her daughter, is
a guest at this well known hos­
telry. Mrs. Essick is the daugh­
ter of Mr. and E. H. Bennett of
Portland, old friends of the La
Barres. Mrs. Essick will soon
leave for Seattle to visit her sis­
ter. Her husband is the mana
ger of the Vernon baseball club,
The invited guests from Esta
cada and vicinity were Mr. and
Mrs. A. E. Sparks, Mrs. Mae
Reed and Miss Oakley, Mr. anc
Mrs. Ted Ahlberg, Mr. and Mrs
Raymond Lovelace. Mr. and Mrs
U. H. Gibbs, Mr. and Mrs. C. A
Jacques, and Fred Hebding
Other guests were Q. Dean Lang
worthy and son of San Francis
co, Mr. and Mrs. Morgan, anc
Mrs. R. G. Morse of Portland,
and Mrs. Tom Carter.
The affair was most delightful,
the main feature being a number
of songs by Mrs. Essick who has
a well cultured voice and is a
trained singer. She was accom­
panied by Mrs. Ted Ahlberg.
After a number of songs, the
floor was cleared for dancing,
which included an old fashioned
Virginia reel, Mr. and Mrs. Er­
nest Ammacher furnishing the
music.
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W a n t o r l TO BUY WHEAT
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Oregon City
OFFICIAL OPENING
Special — 4 L O A V E S
GROCERIES HAY and FEED
Also LIM E, CEM ENT, SAND, GRAVEL and SHINGLES
W e B uy M ost Kinds o f Farm Produce
Estacada Feed Store
U. S. M O R G A N ,
O R E G O N C IT Y , O R E .
Friday, August 22nd
Banking Headquarters
IJ E R E at Clackamas County Bank, we
■ ■ number among our patrons people who
GOVERNOR WALTER M. PIERCE, Speaker of the Day
MONEY TO L O A N -W e have
plenty of money to loan on farms
at 6"»' From one to 20 years.
No commission on large loans.
S. E. W ooster , Estacada, Ore.
6-19tf
WANTED—Good young team
of horses or mules, 1200 to 1400.
Also harness and wagon.
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A. E. SPARKS, Estacada.
live at some distance from Sandy.
But this has not deprived them of the bene­
Big Parade in the A f t e r n o o n
Featuring Decorated AutoS,
Marching Clubs, Bands, Queen’ s
Car, Drum and Bugle Corps,
Pageantry, Clowns.
Bring Your Own Sandwiches.
Free Coffee, Ice Cream and
Cake.
Road Opening Ceremonies.
Kiwanian Octette, Special Music,
Games, Contests for the Kiddies
Grand Bali in Honor of Queen
Ruby in the Evening, Gents 50c,
Ladies Free. Big Orchestra
Picnic Supper at the
Auto Park.
Hawley
fits of a good banking connection for they
do their banking by mail.
more of this convenience and practical plan.
CLACKAMAS COUNTY BANK
Sandy, Oregon
Commercial
Now we offer
you 12 dividends
every year!
CELEBRATE WITH OREGONCITY
Friday, August 22,1924
W A N rE 1 ) B < rtlctt P e a r » . At
the Gresham Cannery. Can use
all smooth, sound pears of two-
inch diameter, or larger, and pay
cash on delivery at $45.00 per ton.
Phone 1871.- T H E B E R R Y
GROWERS PACKING CO.
8-14-21
Gresham, Oregon.
HIS company now offers
to its customers, patrons
and the public what we be­
lieve to be one of the most
attractive opportunities for
putting their money to tvork
at high wages in a great big
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Evangelistic Meetings
G
EM TH
EATRE
A Goldwin Picture. IT’S GOOD
Comedy and News
Tuesday & Wednes.
Thos. Meignan
IN
'THE NE'ER-DO-WELL
Taken From Rex Beachc's
Greatest Book.
D O N T MISS IT.
Fast Steppers Series
’THE EMPTY STALL'
With B ILLY SULLIVAN
Each Picture Complete.
Savings
Come Early and Stay Ail Day
DRILLIN G-See
contractor, water
holes and sounds
Estacada, Rt. 4,
8-14-9-4
Colleen Moore and
Antonio Moreno
L et us tell you
P r iz e s F o r -* E v e r y t h i n g
MONEY TO LOAN We have
plenty of money to loan on farms
at 6ft. No commission.
Relia­
ble abstracts. Oregon City Ab­
stract Co.
11-1 tf
W ITH
Estacada, Oregon
Between Oregon City and Canemah
FOR SALE—Baby Grand Chev­
rolet car, cheap, or will trade for
Ford Coupe or Sedan.
8-7tf
J. E. GATES, Estacada.
"LOOK YOUR BEST"
for 28c
We also handle a complete line of
PACIFIC HIGHWAY
LOST—Purse with some money
and diamond ring -lost Sunday,
Aug. 3, between the gate and low­
er part of Estacada park. Return
to W. E. Linn and receive liberal
reward.
8-7-16
Saturday and Sunday
and GRAY 0ATS
Have you tried our Bread?
And Dedication of the
WANT AND FOR SALE ADS
FOR WELL
0- E. Jannsen,
wells, prospect
ings. Address
phone.
Celebrate With
! -T’
The meetings being held at the
Springwater Presbyterian church
by the young lady evangelists
have been very successful and
are expected so to continue.
Miss Helen DutF spoke last
Sunday evening to a full house
on the subject ot “ Heaven.”
The young people's choir helped
to make the song service a rous­
ing and a lively one. Miss Evan­
geline Duff sang the beautiful
piece “ Sometimes I grow home-j
sick for Heaven.”
Miss Duff certainly uses her
Irish wit and humor in her evan-|
gelistic work and the good con­
gregations show this is apprecia­
ted. The coming Sunday is to
be the big rally of the series.
The speaker will give the story
of her life and of the Young Peo­
ple’s work of which she is now
director. Special music will also
be a feature of the evening.
dividend day each month.
7.20 per cent in
Oregon's Greatest Public Utility!
- Briefly, these are the reasons for the
a t t r a c t i v e n e s s of this new 7.20 per
cent accumulative First Preferred Stock:
T H E ESTACADA H O T E L
IS
A P L A C E well worthy the approval of the most
1 __ Your income will be regu-
1 st and dependable.
dainty and hard to please people— Clean halls,
fresh rooms and sweet sm iling linen.— A roaring fire
in the big fireplace when the mornings and evenings
are cool.
O __ Dividends paid by cheek
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on the first o f each month
or quarterly, as preferred.
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The Dining Room
we are proud of, and we believe if you will try us out
you will also be proud of your Home Town Hotel.
Room $1.00 and up.
Meals 50c and up.
Your presence is sincerely solicited.
M. J. MOORE.
Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Sines and
family, late of Wisconsin, moved
The Eastern Clackamas Band)
out from Portland last Saturday,
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short distance. Mrs. Sines i s a , fair- " h u h takes place next at Linn's Inn. P. F. Black is
niece of Mr. Sparks.
month has written to find out the man. Overcoats and w its
its charges for playing one ot positively made to individual
Large sheets ot bl. tting paper, two days.
moa - . $23.50.
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local industry. For the first
time in the history of the
Northwest you are given a
chance of earning regular
and attractive d i v i d e n d s
twelve times a year —one
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O ___ Exempt from Oregon per-
sonai property tax.
If you desire to subscribe
for shares on our easy pay­
ment plan you may pay 110
per share down and $10 a
month per share until paid
for. We will p3y you 7 per
cent interest on all your
payments until the shares
— Dividends exempt f r o m
normal federal income tax
5 — Your savings will be safe,
f i - - Builne*s is firmly t*ta b-
Iwhed, well managed and
permanent.
7 — 1° vield 7'2 ( P*r c e nt
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P rice $100,
are yours and then Vour
dividends begin to accrue
immediately.
Act on this opportunity to*
day.
Inquire at our In­
vestment Department. 820
Electric Building, now!
Portland Electric Power Company
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regon City, and Vancouver,
Pointer’s for Paints. Wallpaper
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Hay man pears
bought.—See J.
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