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About Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 17, 1927)
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1027
Week end guests at the Grable
Mrs. M. Park and Miss Helen Ernst home were Mr. W olff ami son of 11
left Thursday evening for Portland Newburg.
A session meeting of the tfUtM S I I T
where Mrs. Park spent the week end
with relatives. Miss Ernsts is going and elders o f the church was held at j
to Eugene for Home Coming week at the Moger home Monday evening.
Mrs. Erickson and Mrs. Closner were
the U. o f O.
T. G. Munson went to Eagle Creek also there visiting with Mrs. Moger.
Carl Ward left on Friday for east
for the shooting match Sunday.
A. W. Staupper and family were ern Oregon for a few days to brftig j Every Boy, Girl Man or Woman whether young or
his mother apd grandmother to Ore- j
guests at the W. Jones home Sunday.
older can wear new clothe, now and take advantage
A group of public spirited neigh gon City for the winter.
of this wonderful FREE OFFER.
bors were repairing our church Thurs Mr. un$l Mrs. McDonald spent Sat
urday night as guests at the Cogs
JUST READ THIS CAREFULLY
Louis Vallen and son Orel were El- well home in Eagle Creek.
Friday evening visitors of Mr. and
wood visitors Sunday.
Julius Bogden who recently took a Mrs. Moger were Mr. and Mrs. Num-
trip to Canada, was visiting his par ler and children and Mrs. McKpnqy |
Men’s $5.00 Hat with Every
; of Portland.
$5.00 Umbrella with every
ents here Sunday.
Two Pants Suit or Overcoat
Misses and Women’s Silk gown
Stanley Turel o f Zig Zag, visited his ' Sunday evening callers at the Mad- j |
den home were Mr. and Mrs. Wiley j
ranch here one day last week.
Mr. S. B. Brown, who was injured
Friday, is still in a cfitical condition Miss Ktva Mhibley was a dinner guest
his many friepds are hoping for his at the Grable home Sunday.
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titles, papers, deeds, -notes,
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LINN’S INN, Estacada, Oregon— DAILY
A.M. P.M. P.M.
A.M. P.M. P.M.
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2.00 6.20 Lv. Estacada
2:30 6:50 Lv. Eajile Creek 8:15 4:45 8;$5
8:25 4:55 8:56
8:45 5:15 9:15
3 :05 7:25
3:15 7:35 Lv. Clackamas 8:15 5:25 9:25
Lv. F ad e Creek
9:30 6:00 10:00
3:30 7:50 Ar. Portland
/ A ) Saturday Only.
'Daily except Sunday
Leave Estacada 4:30 p. m.
SUNDA— Leave Portland 10 a. m.
Currinsviile Store Prices
Tomato Soup per can .......................................
...........24c and 48c
Cine and Maple Syrup, Jugs .......... .’ .............
Gall'n Size ' Peaches .... ..................................
........., ................... «0c
............... •............ 70c
I tsup in Gallons ............................................
13c or two for 25c
T ' natoes in 2 Vi lb. Cans .................................
Sr mon %& 15c 1 Jb. Salmon cans
P ol Baking Powder .......................................
rc.l x Cell three for .............................................................................. 25c
Spearmint Tooth Paste, Try This .
Association Flour Guaranteed per sack ...........................................$1.95
dill Run 80s, per sack
Cracked Corn, per sack
H'ho'e Com, per sack ...
Beet Pulo, pe. rack
■Ground Barley, per tack
W< stern Shell, rer sack
Grit, per s a c k ................
Middlings, per sack
Wa v. ir.t to buy your Eggs. Chickens. Hogs, Cows. Heifers and
Sheep. Let me know what you have for sale. If you are in the
market for anything, let me quote you a price before you buy, ita
fair to you to give yourself a square show.
J. O. TUNNELL
DOVER D O IN G S-----------------------------
Work in the rocjc crusher is being
delayed by repairs. It is not defin
itely known when work will he re
Elmer, Ralph and their father, Chris
Pagh met with a slight auto accident
near "the Twelve Mile House on Sun
day when thgy were bumped by an
other machine. They «¿'iT? not hurt
but the machine was somewhat nat
tered. They droyg to Portland on
Monday to report the accident.
Koy VeaeH o f Portland was out o «
Sunday looking after hhsmess mat
Mr. and Mis. P. P. Pesh.*Rr o f Fir-
wood and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond De
Shazer o f Eagle Creek were visiting
at the home o f their parents Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph DeShazer on Sunday.
Joseph DeShazer butchered five
head o f fine hogs on Monday,
D. V. Rose has been loading cars
this week. Mr. Rose has been work
ing on a number o f foreign orders
Mark Pagh is getting along well
•with the setting o f his mill consider
ing that he gets but one day a week
to work on it. Mr. Pagh is sawyer
fpr Mr. Rose.
Yopng Mgn’* $3.50 Cap with
Every Two Pant Suit or O’Coat
Boys $1.50 cap with every suit
The Neighborly club met with Mrs.
Wiley Howell on Wednesday with
twenty ladies present. Next meeting
with Mrs. Sylvester Lawrence on the
second Wednesday in December.
Guests at the Joe Guttrid^e home
on Friday jv£i*e Mr. and Pulley and
daughter, Mr. and itf**. Carl Turcker
and Miss Ruth Tucker all
Girls $1.50 Umbrella with
every Dress qr gq»t
COME, OUTFIT ALL THE FAMILY
w ■ ■ ■ V ■ i M E i
‘Henson why ( l
OF M AN Y )
S t a b il it y — It’s "oily” and
"stays” oily at any engine
STANDARD O IL COMPANY OP CALIFORNIA
W e will have a Full Line of Poultry
ESTAC AD A rTVIEAT COMPANY
OFFER GOOD UNTIL NOVEMBER 30th, YOUR
OW N TERMS— SIX MONTHS T 0 BAY
PH. T T. LEW
UNIVERSITY OP OltKPON, Eu
jene. The most promising hold for
I OWS[i:i p e r
and writers in other
ields lie;? in China and other parts of
he For E.-ist, drulnrcs Dr. T. T. Lew,
otikd edni'iitor and jourHujist of Pek-
n£, china, who was elected to member-
hip in the University of Oregon diap
er of Sigma Delta (’hi, national jour
UPPER EAGLE CREEK
inhsm fraternity, while on a lecture
rip to the campus this week.
Mrs. McKay spent the week end in
Dr. Lew, jvtio j« (Jean of the theology
Portland, being the guest o f her son school of Yenchiyg University, prpfes-
mr of education and psychology in this
Tommy and Mrs. Lokey.
Edward Chapman o f Pilot Rock nstitution and in Peking University, is
he editor of a weekly publication and
a brother o f Mrs. R. B. Gibson, is
i on the board of editors of other peri-
visiting in the neighborhood.
>dicaU. He has also written exten
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Eddy and child sively for publications in America.
ren o f Portland, accompanied by Ed
“ China needs to he understood by
ward Chapman motored out to the die world at large, and the only way
home o f R. B. Gibson last Friday and o get this understanding is through
spent the afternoon with Mr. and Mrs he press. Therefore we people of
hina offer every encouragement to
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Douglass were ;ood writers to come to our country
,i:d see conditions first hand. The
over this way the first o f the week.
'wakening intor»\»t lty Uhjnty displayed
Last Saturday. November 12th the
over the world also woonu» a certain
marriage o f Miss Florice Douglass, iiarket for authentic news sent from
daughter o f Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. hina.
Douglass, o f Upper Eagle Creek and
“ Chinese themselves are at last
William W. Sharp o f Portland was iwakening to the effectiveness of good
nnrnalisni. The vast number of mag
solemnized in Vancouver.
After the ceremony the bride and .zincs and ether periodicals that have
groom accompanied by some o f their prang ii|) in all important centers is
in indication of this. These furnish
friends motored out to the home o f
i mine of information for the foreign
the bride’s parents where a reception correspondetit provided he has friends
was held, after which the crowd went who will franslaf" them for him cor-
up to Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Hall’s house ectly.
and danced for awhile. The music was
‘•China is undergoing a great ciiaugu,
furnished by Geo. Preister and Ed Yom which she' will emerge and take
ward Chapman and Mrs. Roy Doug ¡n r place with all the groat nations of
the world. To those who are friendly
The bride wore a very pretty blue towards her, she will offer many ad
I can safely recommend
China as a great field for any young
Many beautiful presents were given man who will conic to 11s in the right
the newly wedded couple.
spirit, the spirit of helpfulness and
Mr. and Mrs. SSJiarp will live in cooperation. Many Americans are nl
ready making good and there is room
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Douglass, o f Boyd 1
Oregon, came down this way to be :
present at the wedding reception of
their niece, Florice Douglass.
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Gibson o f Bar
ton were up this way Sunday.*
A BETTEH. OIL
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Douglass had as
dinner guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs.
TH E H E W
Jim Denning. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Doug
lass, Edward Chapman and little Bet
ty Jean Douglass.
$2.00 Silk Hose with every
Women’s and Misses dress or
Look For the Clock Over the Entrance
Over Woolworth’s Store
For Brealtfast tomarrow morning serve them ay?
petizing Coffee Cakes or Snails with their coffee.
Your Baker has a variety to choose from and all of
them are delicious.
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Electric ranges, refrigerators and other appliances
help you to t'enlLe thuse happy dreams of home
when execution of Ideas seemed as
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Electric refrigerators keep foods sweet and fresh
for days. The dry cold makes it possible to have
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Electric ranges cook foods more thoroughly *
show less shrinkage in meats
* fuller flavor in
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With the automatic time and temperature control
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Electric Refrigerators and Ranges of all the best
standard makes Installed in your home on convenient
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