Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, January 20, 1928, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5

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    EASTERN CLACKAMAS NEWS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1928
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WANT ADS
CURRINSVILLE
CHURCHES
EAGLE CREEK
PO C K E T BOOK RETU RN ED
A F T E R ONE M ONTH
Just
b e fo r e C hristm as Miss
C hristian C hu rch
M aud Sherm an lost her p ock et-
Bible School Sunday at 10 a. m.,
b ook in P ortlan d .
It con ta in ed
Mrs. D. E. Dent, Bible school super- j
som e m oney and o th er valuables.
intendent.
Morning service at 11, |
A fe w days a g o the L ipm an-
subject o f sermon, “ The Heart o f !
W o lfe d epa rtm en t store in fo rm ­
Religion.”
ed her they had fo u n d the purse.
Evening services, Christian Endea­
A s Miss Sherm an was not in the
vor at 6:30 p. m. A live meeting is
store the d ay she lost the purse
always in store for new comers.
she is now w on d erin g how it was
fou n d there.
“ T he
H eart o f
R e lig io n .” — The |
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Mrs. Ava Bronson has come home
from Portland to remain the balance
of the winter.
CURRINSVILLE, Jan. 19.— (Spe-
EAGLE CREEK, Jan. 19.— (Spe
FINE APPLES for sale— also poul­ cial).— Mrs. George Walter is out cial).— Dan Kinley recently sold his
W . C. T. U. T am ale Sale
try o f all kinds; Burbank potatoes. again after being confined to hei pluce to Mr. and Mrs. Simon Gerke,
Eagle Creek Trading Co.
jlS tf bed and room for over three weeks.
who arrived last Thursday to take
Hot chicken tamales will be on
sale at the Estacada Pharmacy on
The two children o f Mr. and Mrs. possession. The Gerke family lived
WOOD SAWING, Also second hand
Saturday morning, January 21.
H. D. Lombard who have been con­ in Minneapolis, but have been in
brick for sale. Call (12-2. A. H.
Portland since last fall. Mr. Kinley
fined
to
their
beds
for
some
time,
Perry.
j6 12t*
, is moving temporarily on the Hilltop
are reported better.
Mrs. L. H. Ewalt accompanied Orchard tracts in the house formerly
FOR SALE— Five tube Hammerlund-
occupied by Mr. Cox and family.
Lloyd to Portland Tuesday.
Roberts “ H. Q” Radio Set com­
NOW
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Messrs. R. B. Gibson, T. C. McKay,
Mrs. Ben Blaisdell has been con­ sermon next Lord’s day morning is ! Tr.MT
plete with tubes.
Regular price
the first o f a series of sermons on
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u r r r n f ^ FOR
B
E
F
O
R
E
TH E RUSH
and
Wm.
F.
Douglass
shipped
several
fined
to
her
home
by
illness
caused
$150; will sell for $76. Enquire
the general topic o f religion— partic-j
T IN G A N N O U N C E D
Model Supply Co., Estacada.
3t* coops o f poultry to the Portland mar­ by having an abcess on the spine.
ularly the Christian religion.
You I The
ket Tuesday on the Currinsville store
program for the next Com-
Henry and Herbert Suter went to will want to come and hear all o f | munity club meeti
Ja
.
FOR RENT— Two comfortably fur­ truck.
nished rooms. Mrs. G. E. Law­
the
senes
m
order
to
find
out
just
the
Masonic
hall,
so
far
as
has
been
W. M. Wade has been doing some ^
land„ Frid,J\ eVenin^ to„ at‘ en?
rence.
ltc
plumbing work for Mr. and Mrs. Wal- What HapPenedu
Bra* * ’ whlch what real religion and applied Chris-1 reported, is as follow s. Ta|k b j
ter
Looney.
was
put
on
by
the
EPworth
League tianity in life actually is in our life, j Inskeep cuanty agent; reading,
FOR SALE— House and two lots, on
The shingle mill on Douglass ridge ° f s t - John’s M- E- church. Miss It deals with some matters that lie Mrs. W. F. Cary; duet, Mesdames
Broadway. Inquire o f W. E. Linn
operation. This mU1 E« n Clute pr.mary teacher at Ea- at the very heart o f Christian living. G. E. Lawrence and W. E. Linn; com­
at Linn’s Inn.
j20tf ls again in
“ 'SLY
wç l . s S S y '
gle Creek last year, was dramatic This subject will be followed by a munity sing, led by J. K. Ely; cornet
burned down some time ago. It if
I will allow a dis­
sober attempt to answer the question duet. Merlin Bullard and David Esh-
coach for the play.
owned by E. J. Tompkins o f Currins
count o f 10 per
FOR SALE— Solid Oak Mantle and
“ What is religion?” And following leman.
ville, and others.
Carl Felker with Stanley and John this su b/ict will be continued the
cent on all wall­
Mirror to match.— Pointers.
Since the last meeting in November
Mrs. Jake Moss was in Currins­ Cox attended the basket ball games
papers and paints
thought under the title, “ Getting Re­ a large number have joined the club
ville Sunday taking subscriptions to at Estacada on Wednesday evening.
if
orders are
FOR SALE— One 6 horsepower gas­
ligion.” These practical discussions and it is expected that all new mem­
the Eastern Clackamas News.
placed
with me
oline engine and one 3 1-2 horse­
Miss Beulah Barnett spent Satur of a vital matter and significant im­ bers as well as old ones, will be pres­
A. E. Yocum was in Currinsville
during
t h i s
power Z type Fairbanks-Morse
portance should prove both interest­ ent at this meeting.
day
in
Portland.
Tuesday transacting business.
month.
gasoline engine.— POINTER, tf.
ing and helpful to our community.
W. 0. Echols, accompanied by
Henry Brown has been planting Come and hear all the topics o f the
I have
500
A paragrapher has it: “ There are
RADIUS— 1 have taken the agency Richard D eLoff, returned to his home j early potatoes this week. He plans series. A cordial invitation is ex­
samples o f wall
many
times
more
bankers
in
jail
than
paper for you to
to raise them for the market.
for the Metrodyne radio line. See at Condon Monday.
tended to all in the community not newspaper men.”
Let’s thank God
G. C. Heiple has rrnlshed hay bal- l
me before buying, as I have a very
select from. All
attending church elsewhere. A wel­ we’re lucky.— Hubbard Enterprise.
Miss Margaret Maloney sustained
are new patterns.
attractive proposition.
Theodore ing and has moved his baler home.
come is always extended to out of
There
is
not
the
hay
here
there
us-
a
painful
injury
to
her
foot
on
Thurs-
A postal card
Harders, Estacada.
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town visitors and week end guests.
G e o rg e
ually is, and those who are going to | day evening when she fell from
addressed to me
— D. E. Dent, Minister.
Sunday school at 2 p. m., church j
porch at her 1tomc. Owing to the ex-
FOR SALE— A -l
Stanchions und need hay should buy immediately.
will bring them
service at 3. Christian Endeavor in l
C. A. Looney and P. W. Douglass I treme swelling the extent o f the in-
Methodist Notes
some household furniture. Mrs.
to your home
the
evening.
j jury to the foot could not be deter-
Who is going to tell them? They,
Hobson, Route 2, Phone 27-211, both have very fine baled hay.
where you can
E ag le C reek
' mined for several days. A trip to the children and young people, know
Estacada.
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select the paper you want and I will
Sunday school at 10:30 a. m., give you a price on the paper hung
see a doctor in Portland was planned very, very little and there is much
for Wednesday.
that they must learn— so much that Christian Endeavor at 7:15 and 1 on your walls.
FOR SALE— Piano for sale near Est-
church service at 8. Mission group
tacada. Beautiful high grade in­
Mrs. J eff Barr o f Estacada, for if the future should life its veil and
and Bible study meeting on the first
J. W . S A U N D E R S
show
them
the
onrushing
horde
of
strument. Bargain for quick sale.
j merly lone Anderson, visited with her
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questions that they must face in and third Thursday evenings.
R ou te 1, E stacada
Terms $10 monthly arranged for
parents last week.
the next twenty odd years they prob­
good home. If interested address
Mrs. A. C. Cogswell returned on ably would lift up their voices to
H. A. Livernash, F’actory Piano Ad­
Monday after a stay o f several weeks tell the world their decision to quit
juster, 413 North Boren Avenue,
with relatives in Spokane and Rock­ right now and there.
Seattle, Wash.
6t 11 c. j
ford, Washington.
Who is going to tell them?
Mr. Furrer and family from Port-
Mother and father and playmate
VANTED— Correspondents for th e 1
32 inches wide, in many pretty checks and colors
1 land spent Sunday on their ranch al and teachers and books and nature
News in every community in the
SPECIALIST
per yard, 25c
this
place.
will carry them far along the toil­
eastern part o f Clackamas county.
in Internal Medicine for the
some
road
to
maturity.
Miss
Fern
Clute
and
Miss
Eloise
past fifteen years
New supply of Outing Flannel in White
' Fairchild o f Portland spent Satur­
Without a doubt some day they
FOR
RENT— Bedroom with bath, j
and Colors.
day
night
with
Mrs.
William
Saun-
will
be
home-makers
and
have
the
$10 per month. Inquire at News
DOES NOT OPERAT*
care o f parents. They will have little
j ders.
office.
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On Sunday a party consisting of ones who must be guided along the
will be at
FOR SALE— Eight lots in Block 8,
the Misses Fern Clute, Eloise Fair- path o f life.
BENSON HOTEL
Terrace Addition; cheap for cash; WED., THUR., & FRI., Feb., 1, 2, ! child, Beulah Barnett and Flora Hay­
They must be taught to be kind,
DRY GOODS AND SHOES
$500. Henry W oodruff.
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They
sary , Messrs. Clyde Phillips, Paul true, honest and virtuous.
Office Hours: 10 a. m. to 4 p. M.
I F’orrester, Herbert and Henry Suter, must be taught to want a better home
HONEY for sale— Comb and strained
motored to Govenment Camp. After for their children than ever their par­
THREE DAYS ONLY
— K. C. Haygaard, R. 2, Box 64,
dinner at Battle Axe Inn the party ents— that is the task.
Faraday, Ore.
al5* J
Who is going to tell them? Who is
J enjoyed the winter sports for several
No Charge for Consultation
! hours, the main diversion being the going to teach them?
APPLES FOR SALE— 85c per box
First, the parents are responsible.
Dr. Mellinthin is a regular gradu- jtoboggan slide.
and up. W. M. Sanders, Eagle \
They must do everything within their
ate in medicine and surgery and is
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Creek. Phone 40-13.
flO licensed by the state o f Oregon.
power to protect, guide and teach
Visit* Cousin Here
these girls and boys of promise. No
He does not operate for chronic
Miss Ruth Hewitt of Portland ar-
HIGHEST
market price paid for appendicitis, gall stones, ulcers o f rived last Thursday to visit her cous- only must they be taught good morals
but they should have a religious edu­
poultry and farm produce. Eagle j the stomach, tonsils or adnoids.
I in, Mrs. Raymond Lovelace, remain-
cation.
.
j l 3 t f ; He has to his credit wonderful re- ing until Monday o f this week,
Creek trading Co.
Let us suggest that the parents let y
suits in diseases o f the stomach, liver, {
WANTED— Good man to work in bowels, blood, skin, nerves, heart,
Mr. and Mrs. Lou Baker of Eagle the church school help them in the
store and deliver goods.
State kidney, bladder, bed wetting, catarrh, Creek were shopping in Currinsville great work o f telling them— teaching
PORTLAND ELECTRIC POWER CO.’S HOME
age and wages wanted. Address weak lungs, rheumatism, sciatica, leg Monday.
them the higher values o f life.
é
"Helper,” care Eastern Clackamas ulcers, and rectal ailments.
You,
your
wife
and
children
are
I P. W. Douglass has been buying
News.
ltc
invited,
and
urged,
to
go
to
Sunday
THE ELECTRIC BUILDING
Below are a few o f his many satis- some cattle this week,
u
George Walter visited in Portland school regularly. A welcome awaits
fied patients in Oregon who have
F’ OR SALE, CHEAP— Simmons bed
you at the Methodist Sunday school.
been treated for one o f the above last week.
AT
B
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O
AD
W
AY
AND
ALDER
STREETS
and day bed, complete, R. S. Da-
,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith o f Ea­ Also the church services are good for
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vidson, Bank Apts.
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gle Creek visited the Arthur Smith you. Come!
Elmer Booker, Condon.
Next Sunday morning the third
family Sunday.
Chas. Desch, Portland.
CARD OF THANKS
Mrs. Walter Smith and mother, sermon on John 3:16, “ Love,” will
D. G. Horn, Bonanza
In grateful appreciation to the
Mrs. Blaisdell, were shopping in Cur­ be delivered. These series are a real
Fred Shields, Klamath Falls.
many friends for expressions o f sym­
spiritual help to any one attending.
rinsville
Saturday.
Daniel
Steinon,
Allegany
pathy and love shown through the
The automobile accident here on Remember the morning hour is 11
R. E. Neal, Central Point
illness and death o f our beloved
Sunday afternoon has caused somi j o ’clock. In the evening at 7 :30, the
Joe Sheoships, Gibbon.
mother and grandmother, Mrs. An­
ill
felling, some comments that arc subject will be “ The Duty o f Self-
Remember
above
date,
that
con­
nie Bruner.
Is in the very heart of the business district.
sultation on this trip will be free and not pleasant in the least. It was a Testing. Sunday school meets at 1C
Nellie Marshall
serious accident and could have been a. m., Epworth League at 7:00 p. m.
that his treatment is different.
Elizabeth Allen
Married women must be accom­ avoided, as there is a plain view eith­ A cordial welcome to all. — C. T.
The Electric Store on the first floor is Portland’s
Carrie Goforth
panied
by their husbands.
er north or south. The lady is in Cook, Pastor.
Olive Humphrey
Springwater Church
Address: 211 Bradbury Bldg., Los the Good Samaritan hospital in Port­
Electric Shopping Center.
Angeles, California.
land. She is innocent o f any wrong
Sunday school at 10 a. m., worship
but must suffer for the carelessness service at 11, “ The World’s Greatest
O. D. EBY
o f others. Unless there Is more pre-1 Bargain Counter.”
Attorney at Law
Dr. W . W . Rhodes
• Within one to three blocks of nearly all the principal
caution taken this is only the begin-
Christian Endeavor and mission
General Practice Confidential
ning o f accidents at this place. Tht study in the evening. The Endeavor
Adviser
OSTEOPATHIC
* ; school boys have been riding in front society will hold a business meeting
Oregon
City, Oregon
stores, shops, hotels, banks, restaurants and
Physicien end Surgeon
o f trucks trying to race them follow- and social at the home o f Mr. and
Estacada
Oregon
ing behind cars, then trying to pass. Mrs. J. A. Shibley on Friday eve­
theatres.
This is serious and should be checked ning, January 20.
DECORATE
Com ing to
P ortlan d
GINGHAMS
Dr. Mellenthin
.1. K . E L Y
Portland’s Eeictric
Shopping Center
C. D., D. C., E. C. LATOURETTE •
Attorneys
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Practice in All Courts
First National Bank Bldg.
Oregon City
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O ffice Hours 9 to 5
and Evenings
ESTACADA
OREGON
B R O A D W A Y GARAGE
RICHFIELD
More Power for the same price
Tube Tire Patching
PLUMBING — TIN WORK
STORAGE
Truck Line Terminal
EYES Are Precious
L. A. CHAPMAN
MORTICIAN
Calls attended day or night
Mortuary I. O. O. F. Bldg.
Phone 50-61
Estacada.
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I treat them accord- 1 •
ingly.
A complete .
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optical service that ,
pleases
and satisfies. Dr. Freese
ye specialist. Masonic building,, Or-
gon City.
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S. E. Wooster
The New CHEVROLET will be
in our show rooms soon
GOODYEAR TIRES AND TUBES
FIRST CLASS MECHANICAL SERVICE
Drive in!
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DENTIST
o f Oregon City
Monday and Friday Evening»
after 6 o'clock
O ffice hours 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
Evenings by appointment
Office Phone 315
Principal railway ticket offices, and interurban rail­
COMPLETE LINE OF ACCESSORIES
Our Work Shop is Equipped to give you
Dr. H. M. Kramer
city, for single fare and transfer.
ways and stage terminals easily accessible.
In the meantime, we offer you a
FARM LOANS A SPECIALTY
Tel. 77-3
Estacada, Ore.
CHIROPRACTOR
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Real Estate Loan*, Insurance
Rentals
Dr. M. M. Martindale
OfFicW af U s x 'l Ian
Street cai-s right to the door from every part of the
Physicien and Surgeon
Oregon *
Cascade oAlotor Co.
PORTLAND
i f Electric
Power
J. CLOSNER, Proprietor
Estacada
Oregon
Electric Building, Portland, Ore.