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EASTERN CLACfCAMAS NEWS
T h u r s d a y , s e p t . 3 , 1925
Eastern Clackamas News
IT MAY BE HERE
Entered at the postoffice in Eetacada,
Oregon, as second-class mail.
H. E. Worden spent Sunday visit .
ing in Portland.
Published every Thursday at
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lins visit .ed
relatives in George last Saturi lay
ESTACADA PUBLISHING COMPANY,
Bob Cooke Motor company will
begin at once to test and adjust
S u b s c r ip t io n
Commit thy way unto the Lord;
trust also in Him, and He shall
bring it to pass.— Psalm 3 7 :3, 5.
The first meeting o f the Ladies
Aid o f the Methodist church follow
ing the summer recess was held at
the parsonage Wednesday after
The Neighbors o f W oodcraft vis-
Jted an Oregon City circle last
A large number o f persons from
this vicinity attended the circus st
Portland last week.
MARCHBANK CHEVROLET CO.
g U IC K S
Mrs. G. A. Lovell and Miss Maye
Lovell returned last week from a
ACCESSORIES OF ALL KINDS,
R. G. MARCHBANK, Owner.
ft WarwMi N,
D. They made the fnp gv^rtyna |y.
GAS AND OIL— At Portland Price*
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Dykeman and
children left Monday morning for a
vacation. They will spend a part of
w’sifiRg rr!.<?tivei! at Lakie*
The “ Square Deal” Barber Shop
“ The shop where the barber knows his stuff."
George Jielly, P. E, P, property
custodian, paid Estacada an official
visit Wednesday. Mrs. Kelly and
ihefr JlttJ* daughter a'companH
him for the Fide,
EARL LA FORGE, Proprietor,
Mr. and Mr». G, E, Lawrence
spin* ihe wpp}[-end as the gyegts gf
at Twin Rocks.
They report §
most enjoyable vacation.
ESTACADA S LEADING TONSORIAL ARTIST.
H A IR C U T 35c; SHAVE 15c.
All other work at popular prices.
MOTTO— “ LIVE AND LET LIVE."
Plan to eat at the Rebckah booth
on Labor day and save yourself a
lot o f work preparing a lunch.
tember first, after fc'ejng ylus^ij ^or
the month o f August to allow the
librarian, Miss Nina B. Ecker, to en
joy a needed rest.
LINN’ S INN,
. h a 7 « . yp i«k .d Verfh e v n Bla4C,kberrip8’ 8nd want ’em ‘ he seme
We stay open u
W e can use them every day but Saturday.
J. O. T U N N E L L ,
Labor Day Celebration
Monday, Sept. 7th
Dancing Afternoon and Eve’g
C O N F E C T IO N E R Y
•nd L IG H T L U N C H
Chicken tamales, sandwiches, hot
dogs, cake, cotTee, ice cream, etc.,
at the Kebekah stand in the park
International Made to M e a s u r e
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Lawrence o f
Springwater are the parents of a 5-
pound baby daughter, born Satur
day, August 29.
A. M. Jannsen, who is sinking an
enormous well for the state at Salem,
visited old friends in Estacada last
week, he and his friend, R. J. Stod- !
ard of Salem, stopping at the Esta
cada hotel during their visit. ,
Mrs. Hunter Cahill and children
o f Seaside spent the past week as
the guests o f her sister, Mrs. J. A.
Hitching, and family.
Miss Norma Randolph o f Viola '
was in Estacada Tuesday. Miss
Randolph is a graduate o f the Esta
cada high school and spent the past
year teaching. She will return to
the same school for the coming year.
Mrs. Molly Shipley, Mrs. J. L.
Hewitt and Miss Ruth Hewitt of
Portland were guests at the S. E.
Wooster home last Saturday.
An error was made in the advyj
tisement of the Estacada Feed Store
last week by the copy writer. Crown
and Fisher’s Blend flour price should
re fid 52,45 per sack.
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Mr», B, ¥, CJay is enjoying a visit
with friend* in Gladstone this week.
'*•« plan» visiting her son, Samuel
and new grandson at
Astoria before return
C. L. Myers o f Portland, repre
senting the Union Central Life In
surance company, was in Estacada
The Crowning of the Queen,
C o m p e t it iv e Drills, Boxing,
Sports, Games, Etc., Etc.
Mr. and Mr». GprdkW
and son o f Carver and Mr. ana Mr».
C. B. Lawrence o f Portland visited
Sunday at the home o f Mr. and Mrs.
6. j(j##]$nce in Springwater.
M A R C H B A N K
Mr. and Mrs. Come and Francis
Corn o f Portland wero guests last
Sunday at the home o f Mrs. P. J.
W. F. Carey reports the sale of a
country home site near the Delph
creek trout hatchery to Mr. and Mrs. ^
E. S. Bowen o f Portland.
Bowen is engaged in the insurance
business and expects to do consider
able improving o f the grounds of
his new place.
Mrs. Vera L. Tucker o f Gresham,
grower o f the famous Tuckerhill j
dahlias, was in Estacada last Satur- ,
day making plans for a Labor day
exhibit o f her choice blooms. Shi j
place d a number on display Satur- I
day 1.1 the S. E. Wooster office.
Congressman Hawley, the
Chorus of Thirty Voices,
Our Community Band
BEI l u AUTOM OBILS*A U BUILT BUICK W ILLB U SL0TK IM
W h en you
and then compare
new Lower Prices,
th e r e ’ s on ly one
answer— B U I C K
1 9 2 6 I m p r o v e m e n ts — 7 i N orm Pou r r.
Puoaonc Duco Colors. Oil Filter, Fisher
You Can Save
You can save money by giving
your order for VETCH now.
T H E ES TA C A D A M EA T CO.
Sell for Less
H, C. G O H R IN G Prop.’
Beef, Mutton, Veal and Hogs Bought
E stacad a,
F. O. *. Fest», C m m
The UNIVERSITY of OREGON
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Open from 7 a. m. to 6 p. m.
The College of Ltersture. Science
•nd the Arts with 27 departments
The professional schools of Archi
tecture »nd Allied Arts— Business
Medicine— Music— Physical Edu-
For a catalogue or any information
u*nte The ffegwtrar. L/ntOorntp o f
Oregon Eugene. Oregon
, r , Qb a
- - 2' Door
We have orders for several
tons and by ordering w* know
Just what to buy and can
B U IC K P R IC E S
BLACKSMITH AND REPAIR
T"*r>«l ........... S Pass. 1J7S
s t ALMOST
a V S FALL
BOBBING AND SHINGLING A SPECIALTY.
Miss Maude Sturgeon returned
last week from a visit with friends
near Klamath Kalis.
Mrs. F. W. White o f Arlington is
spending a week with her mother/
Mrs. P. J. Rynning, o f this city.
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Zimmerman
and son Jack have rented the home
o f Mr, and Mrs. Ed Linn In Terrace
addition and will occupy it for the
Estacada Rebekahs will sell chick*
en tamales and sandwiches fo r 25c
Mrs. Carrie Duncan and Miss Is
abel Duncan o f Portland visited
Sunday with Mrs. P. J. Rynning.
Air. and Mrs. W. W. Smith and
Mrs. John Lovelace were Portland
visitors last Tuesday,
Mrs. R. H. Carter was among
those visiting Portland last Satur
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hitching and
children accompaied a party to Mt
Hood last Sunday.
They spent a
portion o f the time picking hyr.kjg-
J. W. Shafford o f Portland spent
Sunday in Estacada.
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Wooster visit
ed Colton and Oregon City last
Tuesday on business.
Babbitts Lye, the can.............
Kippered Snacks (New Shipm ent*'2 f w ......................................
Schilling’s Coffee: Pound ca n .........
Mrs. C. C. Felchie o f Oakland,
California, was a guest at the Hotel
Estacada for a few days last week.
N. S. Richardson o f Portland was
an Estacada visitor last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Linn returned
last week from a vacation o f two
weeks spent at Wilhoit Springs.
THE PENNIES YOU SAVE TODAY WILL BE
$ $ 9
t i t
Fruit Berry (Cane Sugar) sack..................
9 * 9
Dr. Wm. Dale and Mr. Wilson o f
Portland visited Sunday at the Wm.
Calc home in Estacada.
THE ESTAC AD A HOTEL
Air. and Mrs. S. E. Wooster made
a short business trip to Portland lust
For miles, buy Shell Gasoline. Gallon.... ..........
Buy Shell Western Oil. Quart
Buy Goiden Shell Eastern Oil. Q u arr.“
; : ..........................
hhell Gasoline in your barrel. Gallon..............
Dinner in our large, w ell ventilated
dining room . Atm osphere about right
and w ell cook ed meals, properly served.
W here everybod y wears a smile, where
you feel the w elcom e aw aiting you— and
the price o f the m eal is reasonable—
does this not make you realize that Esta
cada needs just such a hom e hotel as
l ^ s B s n Ä ^ a J r * •!
F A L L GOODS A R R IV IN G
See Them and Get Our Prices
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Cooke o f Port
land wero visitors at the R. R. Cooke
home in Estacada Sunday.
THE ESTAC AD A HOTEL
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C u r r m s v ilfe S t o r e
Saturdays, open to 8 p. m
The SO»* Yesr Opern
CASCADE M O TO R C O M P A N Y
W ilcox B r i* .. P r o p ’ r*
E *t*c*d a. O r*g cn
The Nows Utchatring’s alias •-
I b a n g in ’ o u t fa r y t
YOUR HOME PAPER IS WORTH MORE.