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F A S T F B V r i , A C K AMAS NRW?
THT’ TíP’W Y
O íT C B F P 20 l n27
Jbr Economical Troniporiatlúñ
land spent Saturday and Sunday, i
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October 8 and 9, with Mrs. Dew and
r.c. Southv.orlh on Wed- family.
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i 'ternoon were Mr3. Moger,
Ralph and Clay Chaney are build-I
, a. E L
A v M iw e r A
hOU SAI.lv— A $100.00 Internation- ^[rs Bard a r !
/.• ■hie Howell ing a new house near Estacada.
FOR S A LE
• i n c nee Schocd Co
H O N E Y FOB S A L E — Comb ami
at the bargain price o f
> i nn.] Mrs. He" nry Cromer were
DOVER DOI NGS
strained.— K. C. Hoyguard, Kt. 2,
This v i
give jo u a four >ear Oregon City visitors on Wednesday.
Cl Faraday, Oregon
pc!, npr. 1st.
any subject you want to
A number o f people from here at-
Mr«. Augusta Roberts is visiting
; .a up.
he Eastern Clackamas tended Pomona Orange at G eorge her brother in Kentucky. Word hus ,
F O i: S A L E — Concord and Sweetwater
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grapes. Rring container.-, pick’em
just been received from her that he |
yourself. 3cU. per lb.— J. S. Os- FOR S A L K — A Piano in good co^dT- rii Ray Erickson fam ily from ( amp was ¡n p0or health and that she would
Vineyard, EaUcad O r e y n .
sak. cheap. Call Oregon 10 were spending the week end with spend the winter with him. Mr. and |
Mrs. \\’ ebb Roberts are living on the j
tl.lv-— Two 30 Gallon Hotwat-
Si p. hy is extended Mrs. Hobson home place here.
er Rollers. 125 fe e t 1-2 in. 1’ ipc
F O K -S AI.E -O K -TR AD E — One Brood over the loss o f her husband who died
Robert and Mark New o f Tyc V a l- 1
i . cplings etc.— Pointers.
d 18 pigs, six weeks old fo r at the Good Samaritan hospital in ley are visiting their nephews th e'
‘ w" ’ " ,l! co vs. fr'-sh or coming Portland on Thursday.
Roberts boys, and other old friends.
FOR S A LE — Cedar Posts. Impure ..
Mrs. G. R. Moody, Route 2
,r. v .d '¡is . Ray Brokow o f W hite
Mrs. Chas. Updegrave and children'
The People’s Store, H. B, Snyder.
2 tf p 1 Salmon, Washinton were gues*s at have been quite sick with a type of
FO R S A LE OK T R A D E — Full blood
the Clarence Hull home during the la grippe which has been going a- I
Llewellyn Setter. See me. Harvev FOR S A L E — Thirteen and Ninty-tv..
round the neighborhood.
C son, Rarton, Oregon.
Mr. and Mrs. Proctor and Tom Bard
Guests at the Joseph DeShazer !
DeLspp ranch within one-half mile
o f Forest Grove were Sunday visitors home on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. *
F( 1 S A L E — Fight extra good white
o f Estacada, Oregon, on highway
nt the W m. Bard home.
p. p. Pescall o f Linwood and Mr. and ,
full blood. 9 weeks old.— Mrs.
i i -liable property fo r chicken or
•John Moger o f LaDee Logging Co. Mrs. Ralph DeShazer and children.
Hi inry V ile«, Kt. 1, Phone 34-12 ts
be ry ranch. Must be sold Address
visited fo r a short time Sunday with
Ralph DeShazer was a business vis-j
Dr. S. I „ DeLupp
W. A. Heylman
?\T ev•*r before was a lmv-priced car 80 do»
his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Moger. itor to Marmot and Gresham on M on -’
S A L E — 25 Pigs from six weeks
liyitfcil to drive as today’s Chevrolet!
Guests at the Edward Shearer home day.
to two months old.
$ £ q c :
Ko berg, Ore.
Fast Ket*away . . . casv, smooth operation . • •
____________________ on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Mr. Bruce, owner o f the place
A. II Ilurnett, Eagle Creek.
hiph sp.ed roadability . . . unfailing power
^ > i*
. . . and iia hy acct!*.ration—
FOR S A L E — Vetch, Oats and Clover sl,earcr !lll<1 Mr- John Shearer o f known as the “ Pilgram Place” is hav-
í¿ , b
FOR S A L E —-Shingles Star A Stars,
or Road -ecr
Hay -Paul Still. Eagle Creek. p2t 1 l1<irtland.
ing some repairs made on the barn.
— e r a c t l v ' e t y p e o f performance that every
Extra grade $3.50 per thousand.
one *.» r. \i.i in uD at:tomobile today!
K u n grade $3.25 per thousand.
:' n<* * ' rs' Marry Grable and Mrs Mr. Bruce lives in Sandy.
C ou rt
T h e 4-Door
Cash on delivery.— Paul Klaetsch,
s e v e r a l _______________
And ih.c source of this matchless perform-
Estacada Rt. 1.
3t. 4 F ^ R SA LE
II. P. Stationary en- friends from Portland on Sunday.
T h e Sport
ance’ N he famous Chevrolet valvc-in-head
UPPER E A GL E CREEK
C a b rio U :
that has established a world*
— ------------------------------------------------ glue, $50.00. See Cooke M otor Co.
Kathleen Beck was a Saturday night
T h e Im perial
v . ■ i
i for il.i remarkable power,
la n d a u
FO R S A L E — 2- in Cedar Sh ik
or Geo. Wiedcrhold.
2t. 3 guest o f Edith Howell.
Mr. an(i Mrs s j Eddy and chiId.
;d .1 hi. . nil economy.
particulars write L. E. Thompson
(Chassis o n i vj *393
Mrs. George P erry and sons, Ray ren, o f Portland, were recently the
1-Ton Trir /'
FOR S A L E — Solid Oak Mantle and
i' i th. reilf.1! the finger-tip steer-
Route 1, Estacada, Ore.
6t 8 p
(Chassis o « i > )
and Donald visited relatives at Eldor- guests o f Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Gibson,
i. . :*. ! t h e positive braking and effortless
M irror to match.— Pointers.
A l l rricc.« f. o. b. I lint,
i • r h i Y o g lb.at have made Chevrolet so
ado on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Douglass and
M ic h ¿inn
i’tr" i -diy nonular for congested trafhe.
Mr. and Mrs. Smcdley o f Portland children and Mr. and Mrs. R. 1!. Gib-
C< me in! One ridr at the wheel of your
visited during the week end with son and Betty Jean Douglass were
«V* /// ft,
T V , ’ in c ’ i-.Ie i!tc I. mv -
A . i e v. d.e!— and you’ll know why mil-
eit handling; and fin-
their daughter Mrs. Earl Shibley and calling on Mr. and Mrs. W ill Douglass
I . . . I ...e \ laime 1 today’s Chevrolet as
last Tuesday evening.
the f.r.cft performer in tlie low-price held!
. o .
Mr. and Mrs. Monroe had as their
Mrs. Louise Douglass and Mrs. Lin
guests during the past week several rie Gibson attended Pomona Grange
relatives from Portland and Salem.
at George last Wednesday.
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W illiam Howell o f Coos Co. is visit-
Ray Wodle had his silo filled last
ing relatives here a fte r an absence o f Wednesday.
more than fifty years.
Geol.Ke Judd aUo had his gilo f i „ ed
The Van Hoy fam ily was visiting the fo r part o f last week,
e - ) : ->-> - f
Q U A L I T Y
L O W
C O S T
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relatives in Oregon C ity on Saturday.
Mr. Charleston and fam ily have
$aOi!,OCO f.a IPs:
^ 17 thAnm>aiExr«dt^''
moved onto the Paddison place o f
combines Dairy l'i ccluct »ri'.ow,
•«.! re., owned Horse Show,
National W o o l Show, *' orthwesf Fox S!rov.*, Manufacturers*
C UR R IN SV ILLE
which Mr. Charleston became in p os-:
and Land Products cho.v, P oyj* and Girls’ C lu b W ork.
were the Sunday guests o f Mr. and
Covers 10 a eras, ex!;:1! :
-'..Vs prut Pure Bred Beef iuul
D a iry C attle. ! lorsea, S h eer, i ’
t F rcr.
Most U o l f the
U O S U l O e r » to
t o the
t n e build-
E« * le_ C reek _9ranKe held a mectink)
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v n . n n n l l n „ . n o /»nil
o ffered . PorcL-.nd, O re.-on. '
iic3 all r:¡
big o f the electric line in Currinsville at ‘ *, ,ran? e Hal1 last Saturday fear
C LIM B T H A T H ILL IN HIGH
ing that the Eagle Creek bridge ing o n relatives over this way Monday
have wired their houses and are
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W I T H RICHFIELD
ready fo r the lights but the P. E. P. would be closed before next Satur- morninf?*
Mr. and Mrs. Roll Douglass o f Boyd
M ORE PO W ER FOR TH E
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Company do not seem in a hurry to
thcir regular^tim e o f meeting
There were about 26 present and «’ n Oregon, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Den-
-A-i V- *• '
» J .
TIRE PA T C H ING
The open season on b lrd s Y riv e d at >n‘ eresti“/ ses8io" wa* held. One can
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P L U M B IN G — TIN W ORK
u t and there was an unusual fin e dldate’ Mrs’ HeIen Freeman, was ob-
at the home o f WlU Walter and
lot o f them found their way to the ligated in the first and second degrees
A dance was given in the evening. 1 Miss FI°r>c<? Douglass and Mrs.Ly-
dining tables o f most o f the farmers.
P O R T LA N D-E ST A C A DA TRUCK
Mr. and Mrs. V irgil May and child- dia McConnell and children and Betty
Lawrence Webber has purchased
T E R M IN A L
1200 acres o f land in Eastern Oregon ™ o f Oregon City, and John Moe- Jean Douglass were dinner guests at
.r in g to
and is preparing
„ » f . Shuebel and Mr. and
. „ home o f W - H ' Douglass on Sun-
i VU /i (iS
i/.BirÜíms? Millions /
Cascade Motor Co.
J. C losner, Prop.
A. G. AMES
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1 y Ignition
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Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Johnson o f Port-
l rclster and children o f Logan < ay’
land, were calling on J. O. Tunnell “
Mr. H alferty o f Heppner, Oregon,
was calling on his brother Frank and
fam ily and the W. M. Wade fam ily
Cecil W right received his artificial
leg Friday and is tryin g to learn to
Lloyd H. Ewalt made an extra trip A>,
to Portland Monday with a nice load **
o f fa t hogs fo r Hal Gibson o f Bar
The Currinsville store bought a load
I o f cows o f R. S. Chaney last Friday
and put them on the Portland market.
The Currinsville store is handling
a lot o f livestock and at prices that
[are worth while to the farmer.
Lloyd II Ewalt was running the 11
seed cleaner at the Currinsville s to re d
Monday evening and Tuesday o f th is !
Roy Lmn o f Portland finished w ir
ing the Lester Hale residence last)
George W alter sold a team Monday
TH E TIME OF YEAR IS A T H A N D W H E N Y O U
o f this week.
Curl Erdt went to Portland Tuesday
W IL L BE TR Y IN G TO TH INK OF SOM ETH ING
to visit his father who is very sick.
Cecil W right made a trip to P ort
TO G IV E Y O U R FRIENDS FOR CHRISTM AS
land Tuesday with George G. Geil.
When we rerondition a
uied car. the work is done
by exp rts to the regu-
lar fa' t iry
- , standards
p iv i'sion and excellence
—using genuine parts.
I I Then _ we attach a red
/ 1)1 “ O. K ." tag to the radi-
• •. 'J ator
C f-***“ -'
what units of the body
| and chassis have been put
T J w
in fir jt class condition.
Y .,u ¡.now the q u v i'v c»
just ns tureiy.
If you are going to buy o :<l
used car, coma to our ‘ 8
sale, rooms. You will find
the car you \v
price you want to pa’’
T h e C ascade M otor Co.
J. C L O S N E R , P R O P .
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G R A Y O A TS
Uive us a ring if you wish to dispose of any. W e are
in the market for a considerable tonage and believe
we can pay the highest market price. Also remem
ber we carry complete line of mill feeds. W e deliver.
&. Lawrence Oregon
T H A T IS INEXPENSIVE, YET ARTISTIC A N D
•;se ar o' tallies ‘.foss sp-l were formerly priced
$4.59 ni. $5.00 A>»d in order to close the lot out
will sell them for
•ne in and try a pa<r cf them on and you will be
’roughly convinced of the value that you are get-
APPR O PR IATE.
The Clackamas County Pomona
Grange met with and was entertained
by the George Grange last Wednes
day, October 12th with a good at
tendance. A short program was giv- 1
en by the local Grange in the evening.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Johnson went to
Portland over Saturday and Sunday
to visit with their sister and brother-
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Tasset, before
their departure fo r San Francisco.
Frank Howard ha* gone to Port
land to work.
Mr. and Mrs. George W hitefield
and fam ily visited on Thursday and
Friday with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. John
School was closed all o f last week on
account o f M»ss Kokel having some
trouble with her eyes.
Miss Sarah Howard was visiting on
Friday with Mrs. J. Paulsen.
Mr. and Mrs. Held motored to Gres-
ham on Tuesday.
Harold M iller has been absent from
-chool several days on account o f
Harold Joyner has purchased th<
K” rd louring car from Raymond Mil-
ler o f Portland.
W alter Paulsen and fam ily o f Port-
land were dinner guests o f Mr. and
Y J . Paulien last Sunday.
Mr. and Mr*. E. Harkanev o f Port-
THERE IS N O T H IN G T H A T
CARRIES THE SPIRIT OF THE Y E A R MORE
T H A N A W E L L DESIGNED CHRISTM AS CARD.
O U R SAM PLES W IL L BE IN, IN A F E W DAYS
A N D W E INVITE Y O U TO COME A N D LOOK
IF Y O U W O U L D PREFER TO GIVE PRINTED
C A L L IN G CARDS OR STA TIO N E R Y W E W IL L
BE MORE T H A N G LA D TO
W A N T S.
S U PP LY