Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, October 20, 1927, Page Page 3, Image 3

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EASTERN
CLACKAM AS
NEW S,
T H U R S D A Y , O C T O R E R 20, 1927
NOTICE
'.Vo ta!:c thif, means through th«'
columns qf the Nows to thank th.
friends who searched so diligently
and rescued Mr. Wonier when lost
in the mountains. Also all the other
friends who so quickly came to our
aid at this time o f worry and anxiety
Mrs. S. E. Womer and Family.
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Stamps on Cash pur-
. chases arici on all
Accounts
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Sunday School 10:00 a. m.
Preaching, 11:00 a m.
Epworth Longue. 6:30 j . m.
Preaching, 7:30 p. m.
W e nim to gi .o you something to
think about. The life o f mankind is
that they do not stop to think o f the
real worth o f life and why they art
here. You ure cordially invited to
hear the subject next Sunday morn­
ing at 11 o'clock “ The True Pursuits
of Mankind, and in the evening at
¡7 :30 the theme will be “ Soul’s Ease.”
Sunday School is growing. The or­
chestra o f young people is doing fine
service in the Sunday School. The
school meets at 10 a. m. Epworth
League meets at 6:30 in the evening.
All young people are invited to at­
tend.
Able men ore filling our pulpits.
They are deliverying sermons which
busy men should hear. The old excuse
o f being to busy to go to church does
not hold water these days, because
most men will find time if they would
but take time. Go to church and get
the good that may be given.
C H R IS T IA N C H U R C H
R eservo District N o. 12
REPORT OF CONDITION OF
THE
E S T A C A D A
S T A T E
B A N K
A t E stacad a in the S ta te o f O r e g o n at the C io«e o f B usinets
M on d ay, O c to b e r 10th, 1927
RESOURCES
Lo&ns anil Discounts ...................................... ...................... $156 293.33
Overdrafts secured and~ unsecured ..........
......
’ ¿5.07
l\ S. Government securities owned ...........
......... 20,2(10.00
Other bonds, warrants and securities ...
..........
60,009.61
Stocks, securities, claims, leins, judgments, etc.............
2 ,'¡1 .5 4
Banking hoDse. $10,000.; furniture und fixtures $5,000
15,000.00
Real estate owned other than banking house .................. 6,606.96
t ash on hand in vault and due from banks, approved
reserve »gents of this b a n k ..........................................
47,647.79
Total cash and due from banks, .........
.$47,647.79
interest, taxes and expenses paid .........
011.32
Other assests .....................................................................
634.95
M E T H O D IS T N O T E S
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C harter No. 12.'$
T 0 T AL ..............................................................................$309,903.07
L IA B IL IT IE S
Capital stock paid in ....................... i.............................
$ 15 000.00
Surplus fund ..............................................
6,000.00
DEMAND DEPOSITS, subject to reserve
Individual deposits subject to check, including deposits
due the State of Oregon, county, cities or other
public funds ........
143,692.90
Cashier’s checks outstanding ....................
939.34
Cettified checks outstanding .....................
13.40
Total trf demand deposits subject to reserve $149,640.14
TIME AND SAVINGS DEPOSITS, subject to reserve
"lime certiorates o f deposit outstanding
35,511.03
Savings deposits, payable subject to notice
104,745.30
Total o f time and savings deposits ............. $140,256.98
TOTAL ............... ..............................................................$309,903.07
S T A T E O F O R E G O N , C o u n ty o f C lackam as, ss.
I, Ruth L. Dillon, cashier o f the above named bank, do solemn­
ly sv.ear that the above statement is true to the best o f my know­
ledge and belief.
RUTH L DILLON, Cashier
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C O R R E C T — A tte st:
Bible School; 10:00 a. m.
S u b scribed and sw orn to b e f o r e me
H. C. STEPHENS
Ibis 18th day o f O c to b e r, 1927
Preaching 11:00 o ’clock— Subject
THOMAS YOCUM
S. E. W O O S T E R N ota ry P u blic
‘ A Christian Soldier”
RUTH L. DILLION
(My Commission expires May
Directors
Evening Services
26, 1931)
Christian Endeavor 6:30.
tmrzr -ri g lu a sm M
Church Services 7:30,
Subject— “ The Weight That Hangs
A. Heylman W m . Smith
Dr. M. M. Martindale
on Jesus.”
A ttc rn e y s-a t-L a w
Chiropractor
A hearty welcome extended to all.
We will take care o f any legal busi­
D. E. Dent, Minister.
ness you may have
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Insurance, L oans and C ollection s
w.
DR. W .
of Oregon City
Monday and Friday eve­
nings after six o’clock.
RHODES
Office at Linn’s Inn
O S T E O P A T H IC
P H Y S IC IA N A N D S U R G E O N
O ffice In Ltchthorn Bldg.
Walter W . Gilbert, M. D.
Estacada
P h y sician
The People's Store
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O F F IC E H O U R S : 9 T O 5
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ESTACADA,
H- B. Snyder, Pi'op.
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THE NEW
ZEROLENE,
FRED A . PERKINS
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P h on e O ffice 331
MONEY
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BETTER oa
Res. 2 8 -1 5
“ Perfect Fitting Glasses”
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Stahlnecker vis-
ited Mrs. Stahlneckcr’s . mother at
Our supervisor has a crew of men Wilsonville, Sunday.
Miss Eunice Towell visited with
working at the rock crusher this
Marie Stauffer Sunday.
week.
len.
Miss Helen Ernst who is a giad-
uate o f U. o f O. went to Portland to
a^end the foot ball game between
Oregon and California, Saturday.
Mr, A, W. Stauffer had the mis
Quite a number o f Elwood people
Mrs. Will , Co* o f Enumelaw, fortune t0 have his arm thrown out
attended the auction sate at Upper Washington, is visiting for a few days o f piace whi)e helping L N Va„ , n
Highland, Saturday.
with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Otis Val- with some wi]d cattIe g unday
E L W O O D ITEMS
Easy-Stropping
-------------- -------------------------------------------Mrs. M. Park visited her daughter
in Colton Saturday.
Otis Vallen went on a hunting trip
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Fast-Shaving
around Roseburg last week.
His
brother, Ernest P., brother-in-law, R.
Ginther made up the party.
Mrs. Edd Hodgkiss o f Portland but
formerly o f this place is very ill in a
hospital there.
S P R IN G W A T E R C H U R C H
Thomas I. K irk w o o d , P astor
FACE-SAVING
A few strokes on its strop—
easy, simple, quick — gives
you a smooth-edged, keen
blade.
Then — a lightning shave—
78 seconds from lather to
toweL
Saves Your Face
Buy itl Try it! A n ingenious
combination o f razor and
stropping machine. A com ­
pact shaving unit. The “ best
buy” on the market.
V&IelAuaStrop Razor
Sharpens itself
GUARANTEE
W e -Hah that every oeer o f * Valet AntnStrep Rater be
eonetantlv enthesiaatie.
Should anything happen to
yours a (Ter ting its perfect aernre. aend it to ua fo r re­
pair or replacement. I f your etrop u> not in good condi­
tion—return i t fo r a new o n e —no charge for either service.
A u toS trop Safety R azor C o ., 6 5 6 First A v e., N ew Y o rk , N . Y .
Sunday School a t-10 a. m. At the
close o f the Sunday School hour we
are having a short worship service for
the children. We hope that this will
encourge the boys and girls to remain
for the regular church service.
Service o f worship at 11.
We have begun cottage prayer
meetings, which arc held at the var­
ious homes every Thursday night. The
place o f meeting will be announced
each Sunday from the pulpit.
„ Christian Endeavor in the evening
at the church. Topic: Christian En
deavor in All Lands. Rom. 10:18;
Col. 1:3-6.
The Christian Endeavor will hold a
business meeting and social Friday
evening at the manse.
GEORGE
Sunday School at 2 p. m.
Church service at 3.
The session and delegates to the
Evangelistic Convention are asked to
meet for a few moments at the close
o f the service,
E stacad a, O reg on
M ond ay
In connection w ith
A u x ilia ry
Masquerade,
at
and
F rid ay
E venings
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T e le p h o n e 681-J
Manufacturers o f High Grade Monu-
ments and Markers
1108 Main St.
Oregon City
C H A S . E. N IN N E M A N
E a ^ !e
C reek
HALL,
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M oose B u ild in g
Oir work is done for those who love
and Remember
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THE NEW
ZEROLENS
Reason why (1 O F M A N Y )
GOOD MUSIC!
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Oregon City Granite Works
EYES Are P reciou s
^ treat them accord
ingly.
A c o m p lete
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o p tica l
sa tisfies.
serv ice that
Dr. F reeze
eye specialist. Masonic btiildinp,. Or­
egon City.
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S t a b i l i t y — Lubricates cop.
rectly - never "breaks clowar
The modern oil fo r moder M
m otor cart.
STANtVUUJ OIL COMPANY OF CALIFCM4
l i b e r t y T h e a tr e
¿¿mission 25c and 10c
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CUTS MORE
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SLICES
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
October 21 and 22
HER HONOR THE
GOVERNOR
Pauline Frederick a Smashing
Drama o f a Fighting Mother and
Her Boy in the Shade o f the
Gallows
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
October 23 and 24
Monte Blue and Marie Prévost
ALW AYS GOOD
BIG WRESTLING
MATCH
AND
SHOW
Bill Thorton
vs.
Joe Reynolds
TUESDAY, OCTOBER” 25th *
o f Portland
o f Los Angeles
The Fastest Match Yet
EAGLE CREEK
Sunday School at 10:30 a. m. An
WEDNESDAY AND -THURSDAY
October 28 and 27
effort is being made to put more
spiritual life into the Sunday School J
ALBERTA VAUGHN
Let us help by our attendance and ,
Ryamth, Jazzy, Speed, Thrills
prayers.
Christion Endeavor at 7:15 p. m. (
FRIDAY ANÏT s ATU RD ÂV"
October 28 and 29
Church Service at 8,
We are rejoicing in the new elec ’
trie lights. Come and enjoy them J _ With Lew Cody a Renee Adoree
A GOOD SHOW
with us.
COLLEGIATE
ON YE BULAVARD
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T O THE LOAF
An ideal slice-size for toasting, sandwiches and
children’s between meal snacks.
E CONOM ICAL FOR LARGE FAMILIES
The same Holsum quality that won the Harry M.
Freer Trophy the second time in two years. The
rame price as the regular large loaf.
Sold at Your Favorite
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Grocery and Restau­
rants in Estacada and
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Vicinity.
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