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EASTERN CLACKAMAS NEWS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1927
S. E. Wooster
FOR SALE— Pigs. Robert Miller,
Route 1, Phone 3455, Estacada,
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R eal Estate Loans, In su ran ce
FARM LOANS A SPECIALTY
There will be the usual dance in Gar
field Grange Hall Saturday— New
Dr. H. M. Kramer
FOR SALE— Solid Oak Mantle and
Mirror to match.— Pointers.
O ffice hours 9 a. m. to 5 p. ru.
Evenings by appointment
O ffice Phone 315
FOR SALE— One 5 horsepower gas
oline engine and one 3 1-2 horse
power Z type Fairbanks-Morse
gasoline engine.— POINTER, tf.
Dr. W . W . Rhodes
NOTICE— I have one bay horse,
about 1400 lbs., left white hind
foot, diamond in forehead, about
14 years old, which came to my
place December 1. Owner can
have same by paying expenses and
proving property. Frank More-
head, Garfield, Oregon.
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O STE OPATH IC
Physician and Surgeon
Walter W . Gilbert, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
FOR SALE— Piano for sale near Est-
tacada. Beautiful high grade in
strument. Bargain for quick sale.
Terms $10 monthly arranged for
good home. I f interested address
H. A. Livernash, Factory Piano Ad
juster, 413 North Boren Avenue,
6t 11 c.
O ffice Hours 9 to 5
O. D. EBY
A ttorney at Law
General Practice Confidential
FOR SALE— Applies; 65c to 85c per
box. W. M. Sanders, Eagle Creek.
City, O regon
FOR SALE— Chevrolet car in good * C. D., D. C., E. C. L A T O U R E TT E
running order; good rubber, bat
tery and starter; a bargain. Will
Practice in All Courts
sell or trade for good cow. W. H. *
First National Bank Bldg.
Holder, Phone 11-112, Estacada. It * O regon City
VANTED— Correspondents for the
News in every community in the
eastern part o f Clackamas county.
B R O AD W AY GARAGE
FOR SALE— Six months old White
Leghorn pullets; 50c and up. Chas.
Weaver, Box 66, Estacada. 2tc
Climb that hill in high, with
EYES A re Precious
* I treat them accord
A com plete
lerv ice that
eye specialist. Masonic building,, Or
Dr. M. M. Martindale
C H IRO PRACTO R
o f Oregon City
Monday and Friday Evenings
after 6 o ’clock
O ffice at Linn’ s Inn
SEASO N S
LO C A L AN D PERSONAL
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Wheeler o f
Mrs. Anna Boylan and Ella Bitner
Springwater went to Salem fe r the
EAGLE CREEK, Dec. 29.— (Spe
Christmas holidays and visited With
cial).— Dan Rose, who has been in nia the past year, arrived Friday to relatives.
Alaska for several months, spent spend the holidays with their par
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Cutting e f
Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. A. C. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris. Bitner.
Camp 8 spent their Christmas with
Mr. and Mrs. William Pahl and two Mr. Cutting’s brother at Ona, Ore
Billy logwood o f Portland visited children o f Sandy visited with rela
gon, where they enjoyed lots o f wild
with Raymond Garner during th e. tives here over the week end.
Miss Helen Ernst lett Saturday to
Mr. artd Mrs. Roy Wilcox and fam
Dan Kinley has gone to Moger to |
spend the holidays with her parents ily und Mr. and Mrs. Frank Forman
visit with friends for several days.
and family spent Christmas with Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Meyers from Jen
T. J. Munson came home last week Forman’s parents at Sandy Ridge.
nings Lodge spent Christmas at the
to spend Christmas with his family.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bartholomew
home o f their son E. L. Meyers.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Park had Christ and children were Christmas dinner
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Cogswell and
mas dinner at the home o f their guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bentanaler
Mr. Rose spent Christmas day at the
daughter in Colton.
Madden home in Spimgwater.
E. L. Trullinger and family spent I
Christmas with relatives in Port
Henry Cushman and sons o f Ore
gon City spent Christmas at the Wal-|
ter Glover home.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Glover and
Clifton were with relatives in Port
land on Christmas day.
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Burnett en
tertained relatives from Portland on
H E A R T Y N E W Y E A R ’S GREETINGS
Mr. and Mrs. Thompson and son I
To our Friends and Patrons
and his wife from Silverton, also a l
son from Seattle and one from Flor- i
ida, spent Christmas at the Olaf
E S T A C A D A cTHEAT C O M P A N Y
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Willis of Tim
ber, Oregon, spent Christinas with
ELWOOD, Dec. 29.— (Special).—
their parents and sisters, Mr. and An enjoyable program was given at
Mrs. Paul Hussick, Mr. and Mrs. J. the school house Friday night under
O. Botkin and Mr. and Mrs. Ely the direction of Miss Helen Ernst.
Miss Nellie Vallen and Macajali
Rev. Opson and wife and daugh- Vallen who are now living near Van-
ter are visiting Mrs. Opson’s sister, couver, Washington, are spending the
and family, Mr. and Mrs. G. Dart.
holidays at their home here.
Mrs. Eva Shaffer received word ^ Mrs. L. M. Cox’s mother o f Port
that her father was very sick. She land spent Christmas at the Cox
left Saturday for Portland to visit home.
Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Elliott moved !
TO A LL OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS—
“ No thought the New Year time can bring,
Or the happy season send
W ill be sweeter than the thought to us
That you are still our friend.”
M odel Supply Com pany
H A R R Y A. LaBARRE
“ THE FRIEND M AK IN G STOR E”
A. G. AMES
GARFIELD, Dec. 29.— (Special)
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dillinger spent
Christmas in Portland with their
daughter and grand daughters, Mrs.
Head and Mrs. Goldie Coe and Mrs.
Fred Davis left Monday for St.
Helens where he expects to remain
for a week.
The Sikip-a-Week club will meet
Monday, January 2, at the Garfield
grange hall for an all-day meeting.
The club will hold an open meeting
for all ladies who would like to meet
with the club. You are invited to
come and bring your dinner and
your thimbles as the ladies are work
ing on a quilt.
Mrs. G. T. Hunt and Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Hunt spent Christmas with
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Peterson at Bor
Miss Vivian Buser o f Portland is
spending the holidays with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. George Buser.
Mrs. Minnie Eash was taken to Dr.
C offee’s sanitarium Monday f o r :
Mrs. Ellen Peterson is on the sick
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Davis and j
family motored to St. Helens where
Mr. Davis is employed.
Walter Anderson is home for the
G R E E T IN G S
W e wish to thank the people of Estacada
for their patronage and extend our heart
iest wishes for a happy V e w Year to every
w. E. I INN
Christmas is Dast—
But Art W ork continue.
W e still have
plenty of jiattem s on ha. d, and D. M. C.
Strand to use.
[ their household goods to Viola last
I week. J. C. Scott will care for their
: farm here.
M ore Pow er fo r the same price
Tube Tire Patching
PLUMBING — TIN W O RK
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NOTICE O F SALE
In the Circuit Court o f the State of
Oregon for the county o f Clacka
In the matter o f the estate o f Alice
B. Seymour, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned, the duly appointed, qual
ified and acting executrix o f the es
tate o f Alice B. Seymour, deceased,
in accordance with the order and li
cense o f the above entitled court
heretofore made, will sell at the o f
fice o f my attorney, Philip Hammond,
Bank o f Oregon City building, Ore
gon City, Oregon, the following de
scribed real property, belonging to
said estate, to-wit:
Lot 8, block 18, Estacada, accord
ing to the duly recorded plat thereof
in Clackamas county, Oregon, on the
16th day o f January, 1928, at the
hour o f 10:00 o ’clock a. m., at pri
vate sale on terms o f not less than
25 per cent cash, the sale to be se
cured by a mortgage on terms to be
approved by the above entitled court.
RUTH L. DILLION,
Executrix o f the estate o f Alice B.
PHILIP HAMMOND, Attorney for
Executrix, Bank o f Oregon City
Building, Oregon City, Oregon.
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CURRINSVILLE, Dec. 29.— (Spe
cial).— Christmas came and passed
away and was one o f the pleasant
ones to be remembered. The day was
: line and it seemed that peace pi e
There are quite a few people sick
I in this community with flu. It is
hoped all will be out again soon.
Deris and Wilbur Looney spent a
| few days visiting relatives in Salem
j last week.
Mrs. A. W . Shankland and Mrs.
\ Gladys Whitney o f Portland visited
relatives in Currinsville on the 22nd.
Glen Shankland o f Lang & Company
was here last week visiting relatives.
W. O. Echols o f Condon is here
visiting and gathering his cattle for
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Halferty and
children are moving away this week.
Miss Ethel Hale of Portland spent
j Christmas at her home here.
Mr. and Mrs. George Walter had
Mrs. Walter’s mother o f George and
his sister and her husband and baby
Billie with them for Christmas din
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd H. Ewalt and
J. C. Kitching are taking stock in
the Currinsville store this week.
A happy and prosperous New Year
! to everybody!
Also a ne«v lot o f Silk and
Cotton Colored thread.
J. K. K LY
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