Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, October 20, 1927, Page Page 6, Image 6

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F A S T F B V r i , A C K AMAS NRW?
THT’ TíP’W Y
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Jbr Economical Troniporiatlúñ
land spent Saturday and Sunday, i
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October 8 and 9, with Mrs. Dew and
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on
r.c. Southv.orlh on Wed- family.
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i 'ternoon were Mr3. Moger,
Ralph and Clay Chaney are build-I
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hOU SAI.lv— A $100.00 Internation- ^[rs Bard a r !
/.• ■hie Howell ing a new house near Estacada.
FOR S A LE
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• i n c nee Schocd Co
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m| Lois.
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H O N E Y FOB S A L E — Comb ami
at the bargain price o f
$75.00.
> 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.
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Cl Faraday, Oregon
pc!, npr. 1st.
CUUI s
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
on Wednesday.
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
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Vineyard, EaUcad O r e y n .
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sak. cheap. Call Oregon 10 were spending the week end with spend the winter with him. Mr. and |
relatives here.
Mrs. \\’ ebb Roberts are living on the j
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FOR
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 ..
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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.
Phone 59-211.
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
t wcek
Llewellyn Setter. See me. Harvev FOR S A L E — Thirteen and Ninty-tv..
round the neighborhood.
one
hundredths
acres
known
as
the
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.
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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»
COACH
his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Moger. itor to Marmot and Gresham on M on -’
Ft
S A L E — 25 Pigs from six weeks
liyitfcil to drive as today’s Chevrolet!
Administrator
Attorney
Guests at the Edward Shearer home day.
to two months old.
Enquire of
$ £ q c :
Ko berg, Ore.
Estacada, 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.
2tf2
hiph sp.ed roadability . . . unfailing power
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. . . 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-
ThcTc
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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
The
Extra grade $3.50 per thousand.
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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,
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Nettie Grable
entcrained
s e v e r a l _______________
J695
And ih.c source of this matchless perform-
Sedan
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
*715
UPPER E A GL E CREEK
C a b rio U :
mot.
r— urn
that has established a world*
— ------------------------------------------------ glue, $50.00. See Cooke M otor Co.
Kathleen Beck was a Saturday night
T h e Im perial
*745
v . ■ i
i for il.i remarkable power,
la n d a u
FO R S A L E — 2- in Cedar Sh ik
fo r
or Geo. Wiedcrhold.
2t. 3 guest o f Edith Howell.
Mr. an(i Mrs s j Eddy and chiId.
VVTon Trty
;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
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i' i th. reilf.1! the finger-tip steer-
Route 1, Estacada, Ore.
f
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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-
Cfccc'.t riWTMlct
D eilv*.:.-
C< me in! One ridr at the wheel of your
visited during the week end with son and Betty Jean Douglass were
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T V , ’ in c ’ i-.Ie i!tc I. mv -
YAW W
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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
anclc.it
a --li­
able.
last Tuesday evening.
the f.r.cft performer in tlie low-price held!
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Mr. and Mrs. Monroe had as their
Mrs. Louise Douglass and Mrs. Lin
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guests during the past week several rie Gibson attended Pomona Grange
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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
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The Van Hoy fam ily was visiting the fo r part o f last week,
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Q U A L I T Y
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relatives in Oregon C ity on Saturday.
Mr. Charleston and fam ily have
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$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,
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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.
session.
were the Sunday guests o f Mr. and
Covers 10 a eras, ex!;:1! :
-'..Vs prut Pure Bred Beef iuul
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D a iry C attle. ! lorsea, S h eer, i ’
t F rcr.
Most U o l f the
lilt h
subscribers
U O S U l O e r » to
t o the
t n e build-
OUIIO-
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:¡
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big o f the electric line in Currinsville at ‘ *, ,ran? e Hal1 last Saturday fear
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M„n,inv
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
;»■ lU r . W 'r s T P : :'- J*~
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
tit* v.v—
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Company do not seem in a hurry to
thcir regular^tim e o f meeting
SAME PRICE
There were about 26 present and «’ n Oregon, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Den-
IflÑt
turn
the
juice
in
on
the
line.
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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
Douglass.
STORAGE
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
to move
move at
at once.
nnen
hnke-
Mrs. the
and is preparing
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„ » f . Shuebel and Mr. and
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. „ home o f W - H ' Douglass on Sun-
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Ih.5vmlef
i/.BirÜíms? Millions /
The
Cascade Motor Co.
J. C losner, Prop.
Broadway Garage
A. G. AMES
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Expert Workmanship—
Genuine Parts
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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 “
Monday evening.
j ^fe,rf5xcSi
Mr. H alferty o f Heppner, Oregon,
was calling on his brother Frank and
fam ily and the W. M. Wade fam ily
Sunday.
Cecil W right received his artificial
leg Friday and is tryin g to learn to
walk again.
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
ton.
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 !
week.
Roy Lmn o f Portland finished w ir­
ing the Lester Hale residence last)
week.
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
„ oi
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
showing exactly
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what units of the body
v
| and chassis have been put
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in fir jt class condition.
Y .,u ¡.now the q u v i'v c»
our recondicii'.i
just ns tureiy.
ninditv
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If you are going to buy o :<l
used car, coma to our ‘ 8
sale, rooms. You will find
the car you \v
9 1'
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 .
■ • ^ z r r .'T r-TCTr.-.;
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.
Bartholomew
Estacada
&. Lawrence Oregon
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T H A T IS INEXPENSIVE, YET ARTISTIC A N D
GEORGE ITEMS
c
•;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
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&
•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
son.
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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
throat trouble.
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
THEM OVER.
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.
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