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home with an attack o f rheumatism. Bard home were Mr. and Mrs J. A.
Slis. Matt Jay-mire returned last Shibley and the Earl Shibley frmily
week from Camas, Wash., where she honoiing the birthdays o f Mr. Bard
had been caring fo r her sister, Mrs. and Mrs. Earl Shibley.
11. Alder, who has been ill fo r some
Mrs. Peter Erickson is home after
(T o o late fo r last week)
staying in Portland fo r the past two
Mrs. George Townscud entertained
Roy Brown was an Oregon C ity vis- weeks having her eyes treated. She
the SB’s club at her home on April 5.
U. S. MORGAN, Prop.
ALL KINDS OF FEED
is a great deal better but unable to
llrs. Bucholz left fo r her home in
Matt. Jagmire and A. Goober were ¡read or use her eyes fo r any close
Full line of Groceries, Flour, Poultry and Bee Supplies; Sand a id Gravel
Portland a fte r u two week visit with
business visitors in Portland Wednes- work,
SPECIAL CASH PRICES
Phone 46-1, Estacada, Oregon
her daughter, Mrs. G. D. Townsend.
She wa.s accompanied by Mrs. Town
Dan Stuhlneeker is planting a few
A FEW OF OUR ATTRACTIONS: S ATU R D AY ft MONDAY
send and children,
more acres o f hops.
COLD BAR CORN
VAN CAM P’S
Friends o f Eddie Hodkiss will be
Mrs. R. J. Schaefer entertained
Vacuum Packed, lb.
Fancy Crosby, 2's, en
PO RK A N D BEANS
sorry to hear that he has hud a ner
20 school friends o f Eleanor John
Medium size can
vous breakdown and has had to give
son at her home on Ap ril 9, in honor
3 lb. can $1.52
up his school work at the Benso-n
3 for 55c
o f Elinor’s eighth birthday.
polytechnic institute in Portland.
J for 28c
The SB's club held their monthly
Richard Bitner o f Oregon City vir-
GEORGE- A f ril 26— Th* program
party at the home o f Mrs. Dab
ARM AND H AM M ER SODA
T O IL E T P APE R
ited at the home o f his parents here aml baaket SOCU41 K,ven at the 8ch° o1
O tter Brand, 1’s, tall
Kelly on Ap ril 13. Cards were en Thursday
house Saturday evening was a com
V elvet Tissue
joyed a fter which lunch was served.
plete success. A. H. Miller auctioned
1000 sheets, 16 rolls
High honors were won by Mrs. Geo.
o f f the baskets and the proceeds
Townsend and Carl Gunter.
amounted to $27.50 and will be used
TOMATOES, DOMINO Brand
Mrs. Eggens o f Portland visited
to buy a phonograph fo r the school
CAMPBELL’S TO M A T O SOUP
T U N A FISH
2 l-2s, rich, ripe, red
her daughter, Mrs. Earl Gunter, over
and improvements fo r the play
3 cans fo r
Fancy light meat, Coast Brand
the week end.
The new “ Fishermen’s
Claud Van Hoy was taken to an
John W illing o f Sellwood visited
3 cans for 33c
started on its regular schedule Sat Oregon City hospital Tuesday for the school Wednesday afternoon and
2 for 36c
MOODY’S P E A N U T BUTTER
urday afternoon. It is much target treatment. The doctors were unable called on the Julius Paulsen family
Id oz. net weight tins
than the old one.
Lindsay Picnic, l ’s, tall
to decide what was the cause o f h it , returning home late the same day.
RÍCE, F A N C Y BLUE ROSE
The regular dance party o f the illness. A t last report he seemed to
Miss Edith Harkenrider and Mrs
4 pounds for
community club was held April 14 be some better.
Albert Lins and small daughter of
2 for 47c
Mr. and Mrs. John McGinnis were
The ...eighborly club met with Mrs Estacada attended the school enter-
assisted by Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mc Henry Cromer Wednesday with 20 tianment Saturday evening.
and K ellogg’s Corn Flakes, pkg.
SUNMA1D R AISIN S
P R O TE C T OUR FORESTS
Ginnis and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Poole ladies present. The next meeting w i”
Mrs. Held entertained at dinner in
Seeded or seedless, 2 pkgs.
Earl Gunter started the fishing be with Mrs. J. A. Shibley.
honor o f her birthday Monday eve
3 for 25c
— IT PAY S.
season by catching thirty large fish
Wednesday visitors o f Mrs. J. W . ! ning, April 23, (Mr. and Mrs. H.
at Lake H arriet Sunday.
Byers were Mrs. Verle (C oop ) Dob
Mrs. Harold W ooster is still under son and son Floyd, Mrs. Zola Cooj ! Mr. and Mrs. H. Klinker and son El
the doctor's care but expects to be and daughters Caroline and Nora oi mer. Mr. Kiinker’s birthday comes
home this week.
Tillamook and Mrs. R. S. Coop of on the same date.
Mr. and Mrs. George Ramsey had Currinsville.
The Misses Rose and Francos Ko-
as visitois over the week Mr. and
Mr. and Miss M a d d e n were kel o f Molalla motored over to at
Mrs. Noble o f St. Johns, Miss Retha Friday evening visitors at the Archie tend the basket social and visited
Sunday school at 10 a. m., Mrs. D.
L. A. C H A P M A N
S. E. Wooster
Fisher o f N ew berg and Chatles K in Howell home.
over Saturday and Sunday with their
E. Dent, superintendent. Preaching
M O R TIC IA N
Real Estate Loans, Insurance
ston o f Portland.
Chris. Zürcher o f Lima, Ohio, and sister, Mrs. Anna Kokel.
at 11 a. m „ subject, “ Man's Greatest
Calls attended day or night
Mrs. Perkins and son o f Oak Grove
son Chris Jr., o f Gresham, visited
Question to God.” Christian Endea
M ortuary I. O. O. F. Bldg.
FAR M LO AN S A S P E C IA L T Y
Wednesday at the
Guttridge visited her sister, Mrs. Samuel Pow
vor at 6:30, Arnold Anderson, leader.
Telephone No. 21-51
home. The senior Mr. Zurcher is an ell and fam ily, over Saturday and
A hearty welcome is extended to all.
— D. E. Dent, Minister.
C. A. Johnson sold a cow to Victor
Miss Elva Shibley and Miss Alberte
Cromer went to The Dalles Friday tc Leon o f Currinsville Monday.
Schuch,d, Reattic & Miller
Dr. H. M. Kramer
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Rath and son
The P. T. A held an interesting ¡attend the Christian Endeavor con-
Attorneys at Law
Sunday school at 10 a. m., service
vention, coming home on Monday, and the Misses Kokel witnessed the
meeting Friday evening at the scho
6 per cent state school money to
o f worship at 11. Subject, “ The Dis
I t was decided to hold a Miss Head and Miss Young went up | ball game at Estacada Sunday after
O ffic e hours 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
loan on farm s; General law prac-
tinguishing Features o f the a T iu e
cleanup day on Saturday, April 2°., fo r Saturday and Sunday sessions, noon.
Evenings by appointment
tice. Bank o f Oregon C ity Bldg.
Church.” Christian Endeavor at 7 :30
when the men o f the neighborhood All report a very interesting and in
Office Phone 315
p. m. Reports will be heard from
will clear and improve the school structive meeting.
the delegates who attended the state
grounds while the ladies w ill furnish
The Harold Horner fam ily left
convention at The Dalles.
Mrs. A. B. Harding o f Astoria vis
a basket lunch and coffee.
Sunday fo r
Dayton, Wash., where
Mrs. Clara Mulike o f Oregon City Mr. Horner is to work fo r his brother ited with Mrs. James Smith last week
She le ft Saturday, accompanied by
is spending a fe w days on her ranch in-law for a few months.
Sunday school at 2 p. m., worship ¡ E
The George Bridge fam ily spent her nephew, Homer Matson.
service at 3.
George Bitner is spending a lew Sunday visiting relatives in Portland.
Miss Madden was a visitor Friday April 20 by Mrs. George Armstrong.
days in Portland.
Eagle Creek Church
| will be present in per son at the DINNER to be given 1
Mrs. Alm a Young o f Portland spent
Mr. ar.d Mm. Otis Vallen ami Mrs. at the W iley Howell home.
Sunday school at 10:30 a. m.,
by the Ladies Aid o f the M. E. Church
M. Park were Portland visitors Wed-
Mrs. J. W. Byers and son Vincent the week end with her son Leon and
Christian Endeavor at 7:15 p. m.
Stev/art Vallen leturne l j visited Mr. and Mrs. M oger Saturday her sister, Mrs. George Ramsey,
Thurt-day Evening May 3
Miss Opal Clester will bring a mes =
Mrs. James Smith went to Portland
with them. He is much improved in ! evening.
On Monday Mrs.
the state convention.
j Grable visited with them.
Church service at 8.
Dinner guests Sunday at the Wm. bringing Homer Matson home with
Grandma Dorman is confined to her
— T. I. Kirkwood, Minister.
Miss Betty Wallace o f Camp 10
^ z spent a fe w days in Estacada last
H oly Mass will be celebrated at
5 week visiting with friends.
St Oloysius church on the first ant1
Mr. and Mrs. Stockton have re-
third Sundays o f each month at 10:30
; turned from a six weeks’ stay in Port a. m., Father Bernards o f Milwaukie
j land and Gresham where Mr. Stock- officiating.
ton has ben under a doctor’s care.
Municipal Terminal, Sixth and Salmon Sts.— Phone Main 7733.
A new electric range has been in Visit« With Family
stalled in the George Armstrong
O. E. Smith, who is employed in
ESTACADA TO PORTLAND
Portland, was a week end visitor in
L IN N ’S IN N , Estacada, Oregon— D A IL Y
Mrs. Bonnfield o f Portland is visit Estacada with his family.
ing with her sister, Miss Betty Wal
A.M. P.M. P.M.
2.00 6.20 Lv. Estacada
8 :0 « 4:30 8:30
lace, at Camp 10.
2:30 6:50 Lv. Prairie Creek 8:15 4:45 8:45
Ray Schaefer is home after work
J. W. SAUNDERS
8:25 4:55 8:55
ing six weeks at Intake during Mr.
8:45 6:15 9:16
Route 1, Estacada
8:15 5:25 9 :25
Painting and Paper Hanging
H. E. Wooster was called to Esta
Fine Line o f W all Paper
‘ Daily except Sunday
( A ) Saturday Only.
cada Monday as Mrs. Wooster be Estimates Cheerfully Furnished
S U N Ö A — Leave Portland 10 a. m.
Leave Estacada 4 :30 p. m.
came critically ill and was taken to a
hospital in Oregon City.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hayden are re
O. D. EBY
ceiving congratulations on the birth
Attorney at Law
o f a boy, born Tuesday, April 24.
General Practice Confidential
George Ramsey has sold his Pontiac
and has purchased a new Victory
W ith G O O D Y E A R TIRES on your
PROGRAM AND SOCIAL
DECLARED A SDCCESS
Jiggs and Maggie
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car— you know you have the best.
Your friends know it.
Dr. M. M. Martindale
o f Oregon City
Monday and Friday Evenings
after 6 o ’clock
The whole world knows it.
Everyone knows G O O D Y E A R is the
“ W orld’s Greatest Tire.”
11 It matters but little what the critics
; o f the church have to say about it,
i every human being in this community
And now you can get this fa
: or any other community as to that
mous quality tire for no more
matter, needs the church and cannot
than you pay for so-called
afford to live on the outside o f the
circle o f its influence.
“ bargain” tires.
j privilege o f retiring at night fo r our
rest is due to the power and influence
o f the life o f Christ in the world and
I the blessing that comes to mankind
because certain ones are yet true to
Him and His gospel. No man lives
j unto himself and but fo r the influ-
: ence o f the church in the world this
• country would be u howling wilder
j ness. Therefore let us take a co:n-
| mon sense view o f the matter and
: place ourselves under the influence
■ o f the ehuTch o f the liv in g God.
There you are invited to hear the
■ following lessons taught next Sunday,
j The morning sermon subject at 11
: o’clock will be "T h e Christian Hope,”
: and in the evening at 7 :30 the subject
| will be “ Moral Virtues.”
Sunday school at 10 a. m., f p-
j worth League at 7 p. m., mid-week
: meeting at 7 :30 each Thursday. To
A good woodzman always puts cut hit campfire and cleans up his 5 all o f there services you are invited
camp before he leaves.
: if not attending another church.-— C.
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Cascade Motor Co.
Office at Linn’« Inn
Candidate for Republican Nomination for
Notice of Sheriff’s Sale
On the 30th day o f April, 1928, at 1
the hour o f 10:00 o’clock a m., at 0
the front door o f the court house in 0 i
Oregon City, Clackamas county, Ore 0
gon. I will sell at auction to the high t
est bidder fo r cash the following de
scribed real property located in
Clagkamas county, Oregon, to-wit:
A ll o f Lots two (2 ) to twelve
(1 2 ) inclusive, Block five
Estacada, said county and state,
according to the duly recorded
map and plat thereof.
This sale is made under execution
issued March 26, 1928. out o f tin-
circuit court o f Clackamas county
Oregon, on a decree entered there
in on said date, in case o f Lucy Mae
Reed, administratrix o f the estate of
J. W. Reed, deceased, vs. Mary E.
Ross, et. at., which decree is for the
recovery o f $1225.00 and interest at
6 per cent from date thereof, and
$100.00 attorney’s fees and $20.75
costs and accruing costs» fo r the fore
closure o f a mortgage recorded in
Vol. 138 page 209 mortgage record:
o f Clackamas county, Oregon.
E T. MASS,
S h eriff o f Clackamas County, Ore
By H. W IL L IS KO H LER
O. D. EBY,
Attorney for P lain tiff
Publish March 30 to April 27, 1928
PRACTICING ATTORNEY FOR OVER 20 YEARS
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