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KA STERN Cl \0K \MAS NEWS TOUT?SHAY, OCTOBER ft, ti»25.
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8:00 12:00 4:30
8:15 12:15 4:46
8:25 12:25 4:55
8;45 12:45 5:16 0:15 ,
8:55 12:55 5:25
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2:00 0:20 Lv. Estacada
3:30 7:50 Ar Portimi (1
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finest Bakery %
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Delivered Fresh [very Day by Our
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T ruck to Estacada Retail
Ask Your Grocer for it
“ THE NORTHWEST’S
Decorations, Hats, Masks, Invitations, Place
Fancy Napkins, Crepe Paper for making party g o v , rt3,
The College of Literature. Science
and the Art» with 22 department».
Under Mr. Grant's direction the
phonographic address plan worked
out smoothly to complete succcess.
In each of the thousands of Chev
The professional schools of Archi
rolet salesrooms was gathered at ex-
tecture and Allied Arts—Business
pctly the same hour an interested
group of salei-men. Their ranks were
uate Study—Journalism—L a w -
augmented by numerous members of
Medicine—Music— Physical Edu
the Chevrolet organization not direct
ly interested in selling, who attended
For a catcloiu» or anÿ information
because of curiosity over the novelty
Write The Reintrar, UniOertitp of
of the meeting.
Oregon. Eugene. Oregon
At a previously established "zero
the thousands of records were
The50th Year Optas September 24.1925
Grant’s voice was heard in every state
of the Union.
"The present selling campaign, the
A thousand cases c f Lane county
canned pears have just been shipped most ambitious in Chevrolet history,
to Lection. England, by the Eugene ' is of such importance that I wished to
attend personally every meeting of
Fruit Growers’ association.
every sales group," said Mr. Grant.
In a raid upon lodging houses and
I Thfs being Impossible. I chose the
places of business at Oakrldge. five
host substitute— the phonograph.
men end three women were arrested .
“ Thus every salesman received a*
o:t charges of selling liquor.
pertonal m e»"’ ' e by which he was
Latest reperts Issued by R. B. Le nformed . al’ the campaign details.
mon. registrar, give a total of 3153 Tbrr:
ti-.h c m -sign and because
s-udents registered for the toll term a t , of
ST?tlty,og f , , , vo!um* of re.
the Oregon Agricultural college.
, , „ nt
j (X ..ctt that Chevrolet
Pr. J. M. Kavanaugh of Pendleton r ¡j do , rrC3r., ta|j ba dn ess."
hns been appointed coroner of Cma- j
tilla county by the county court. He
F,d. Boner and John Irvin motored
•uc-eeds the lato Dr. H. 9. Garfield.
I to 3aiem Thursday to take in the state
Eugene bank clearings made another : fair. They tated the horse show was
recerd in Septemb-’ r. The total for the i fine— was not much impressed with
month was 33.77i.222.o2. and $20.122.- the races. Ed picked the third horse
'. 7 U r tts first n.ae months of the for winner each time. When the moon
i came up they started for home.
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TIRE km T u b e -
A TTO RN EY A T LAW .
r e p a ir in g
H E N R Y B O H N , E sta c a d a
ATTORNEY AT LAW
M asonic B ldg .
E s t a c a d a , O re
I .O .O .F . I
Est.rada Lodge |
No. ¡7 5 .
London Lancashire Fire !r,s. Co.
Mc- ts every Saturday evening in
their lodge room, corner o f Bioad-
wnv and Third streets. Visiting
4 bn thers are always welcome.
Keep your policy in our Eire
Proof Vault, tree o f charge.
Thirty-two per cent of the students
who enter Portland high schools com
Departm ent o f the Interior, U. S. i plete the high school course, while
Land Office at Portland, O regon, | he average for the United States as
Septem ber 5, 1925.
i whole la only a trifle more than 20
N O TICE is hereby given that V ic- j i;or cent.
tor Hendrickson, o f Route 1. Box
Fourteen sots of farm buildings on
56-A, Colton, Oregon, who on July
7, 1922, made Homestead Entry the new site of the Southern Pacific
No. 07293 fo r EVa N W % Section terminals adjoining Eugene have been
31, Township 4 S., Range 4 E., W il- sold by the Eugene Terminal company
amette M eridian, has filed notice o f
intention to make final p ro o f to es and some of them are now being mov
tablish claim to the land above de ed off the tract.
scribed before the Register U. S.
Land Office at Portland, O regon, on
g E. WOOSTER
the 23rd day o f O ctober, 1925.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Rea! Estate, Loans, Insurance,
Chas. M. Englund, H. H. Freeman, I
L. N. Valien, Della Vallen, all o f
Colton, O regon.
W A L T E R L. TO O ZE, SR., R egister.! E a rm L o a n s a S p e c ia lt y ,
d a ck a m a s C ou n ty: 80 acres A ct (
T e le p h o n e E s ta c a d a , O re
Notice will be published five c o n - 1 _________________ 1 - — — —-------" " " "
secutive weeks in the Eastern Clacka- i
mas News, Estacada, O regon.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hall, Props.
A gent .
AY.. RICA ! I FGI0N AUXILIARY
F st f: Third Mondays
I. O. O. F. H ALL
Third Street and
S. E-. L A W R E N O E, P. C
Dry-Cleaning and Dyeing
Family Wash a Specialty
Prompt Service at Right Price
GIVE US A TRIAL
We have no Agents. Phone 70-1
H ir.j Catarrh Medicine
GATES’ FUNERAL HOME '
i I i:s
Tlio* v, ho ; ( In u "ru n d ow n” con d i
tion will notice that Catarrh bothers
them m uch m ore than when they are in
•>od health. This fa ct prove*- that while
Catarrh la a local diseuBe, it is greatly
influenced by constitutional conditions.
HA.1,I,*S C A T A lU iH M E D IC IN E c o n
sist« o f an Ointm ent w hich Q uickly
Relieves by local* application, and tho
Internal M edicine, a Tunic, w hich assists
in Im proving the General Health.
Sold b y d r gg ista f o r o v e r 4o Y e a rs .
C H A R L E Y LINN, Agent.
I. O. O. F. BLDG.,
SUNDAY SPECIA L
I<\ J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
E S T A C A D A . ORE., Phone 543
“ Your homo paper” means ju st
thal-nothing moro nor loss-when
Open from 6:30 a. m. to 8:00 p. m. y
C LA C K A M A S
YR. [The Newr, is concerned.
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon for the County of Clackamas
In the Matter of thq Estate of Van
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been appointed by the
County Court of the State of Oregon,
for the County of Clackamas, admin-
tratrix of the estate of Van Woodard,
deceased and has qualified. All per-
ons having claims against said estaU
ire hereby notified to present the
ame. duly verified as by law re
quired. at the office o f my attorney,
Bldg., Estacada, Oregon, wiihin six
months from the date hereof.
Dated and first published, Sept. 24,
Date of last publication, Oct. 22.
MRS. DORA HIRTE.
W. W. SMITH,
Attorney for Administratrix.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior.
U. S. Land Office at Portland, Oregon, !
September 21, 1925.
Notice is hereby given that Milo M.
Meader, of Route 4, Box 23, Estacada,
Oregon, who, on August >, 1920, made
Homestead Entry. No. 0692«, for NV. >4
NE‘4. Section-15. Township 3 S. Range
5 E. Willamette Meridian, has filed no
tice Of Intention to make Final Proof,
to establish claim to the land above
described, before the Register U. S.
!.and Office Portland. Oregon, on th#
12tb day of November, 1925.
Claimant name« as witnesses:
Frank Ahnert, of Route 4, Estacada,
Lawrence Thompson, of Route 4,
Henry Klinker, of Route 4, Estaca
Joe Wiederhold, of Route 4, Esta
Clackamas County: 40 acres.
W ALTER L. TOOZE Sr.
Notice to be published live consecu- |
tlve weeks in Easters Clackamas
New«, Estacada, Oregon.
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On Saturday, October the 10, w e
lady hei*e to give you a free sample of
w ill have a
For this occasion w e have made a special price of
A . G Ames, N. G.
J. K. Ely, Secretary,
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H. C. S T E P H E N S
NOTICE FOR PU B LICATIO N
M AIN STREET.
W I L L I A M WALLACE SMITH
C A S C A D E M O T O R CO.
AM ES SH O P
A T T O R N E Y A T LA W
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Real Estate— Loans
See Heylman A bout Insurance
WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARK BUILT. BUICK WILL BUILD THBM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
For Sheet Iron work,
repairs, soldering and
plumbing, call at the
Wilcox Brothers, Proprietors.
Get our prices before you buy
Dryer Pipes Made to Order
Phones: Office, 315; Residence 5051
Thousands o f people ire taking rides in the
Better Buick every c’ay. if you haven’ t
time to drop into the show room, a tele
phone call will bring one to your door.
The Itt&xaJttL Store
The UNIVERSITY of OREGON
PIPE and FITTINGS
CHAS. P. JOHNSON
A performance wonderfully improved: 75
horsepower and more to meet the A>o’ ’ in
traffic and to take any hill in high. Engine
dependability further insured by the three
new seals for the famous Buick Sealed
Chassis: air cleaner, gasoline filter, oil filter.
Buick approved mechanical 4-wheel brakes
for the constant protection o f your family
- and yourself.
THE ESTACADA PHARMACY
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viser. Oregon City. Oregon.
Notice is hereby given that the un-
dersigned has been duly appointed
executor of the estate Of Klla Duliois,
deceased, and any and all persons
having claims against the said estate
are hereby required to present said
claims, duly verified as by law re-
qtured, at the office of my attorney,
months from the date of this notice.
Dated Sept. 14, 1925.
Date of first publication, Sept. 17,1925.
of last publication, Oct. 15. 1925.
Executor of the Estate of
Ella DuBois, Deceased.
SCHUEBEL & BEATTIE,
A unique address to more than 20,-
Attorneys for Executor.
C0O memberg of the Chevrolet selling
organization scattered throughout the
LEGAL NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
United States was achieved recently
Mr. Grant announced the opening of
the Chevrolet fall selling campaign by
means of duplicate phonograph rec
ords which reproduced his voice in the
»how room of every Chevrolet dealer.
D l i j M D 1 fM if
r L s u i ii D li iU i
EVENING WORK EY AFFOINTMENT
Y ou may think you know Buick and Buick
performance from having driven Biiicks in
the past. But you are destined to undergo
a new motoring experience — you will dis
cover a new Standard of Performance!
In fact everything for your Halloween pas ty.
by R. H. Grant, general sales manager
of the Chevrolet Motor company.
OFFICE and Resi-derca Sacond ar ; Mai”
C3ta2-.di. Oregon—Telephone Connections
D E N T IS T
in the Hcttcr B l l l c K
From the Northwest's
s' ra d Children’» Hair-
.u iln ig a *i pc »: *al ì y .
Sh :p on Broadway, Estacada.
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Municipal Terminal, Sixth anJ Salmon Sts.— Phone Main 7733.
LIN N ’S INN, Estacada, O regon.
• 'v r i r - o
Lf A EBERS
W. W. lì HOPES,
O S T K O P A T H IC
r ilY S H ’ lA N AND 8PKG
¡Otlice in l.ichihorn lili,... 1-
PHONE 76 2
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Be sure and try one.
M en’s blue, w o o l and cotton m ix e d S h irts, a ll s iz e s ,
regular $2.50 values, to close out, $1.90.
M en’s and young m en’s Blazer Sweaters in the new
styles and shades, all w ool with new style collars.
JOIN THE CROW D A T
OUR MOTTO SERVICE
H. B. S N Y D E R ,
C. A. D Y K E M A N .