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CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1928
SANDY LOCAL ITEMS
IM P O R T A N T
A Tammany Pipe Dream
W E H A N D L E K E R R 'S F E E D S FOR T H IS R E A SO N :—
W e believe K err's Feeds give the person who buys them
the most for the dollar. This choice was m ade a fte r y e ar’s
of experience in D airy and Poultry Feeds.
Come in and we will explain fu rth e r aud will gladly help you solve
your feed problem s.
! New and Used Furniture, Crescent Beds and Springs
Miller’s Wall Paper
Murphy’s Brushing Laquer
Pabco Shingle Samples
Glass and Glazing =
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NICE LINE OF
READY FOR NEEDLEWORK
Good time to buy your supply for Christmas presents
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COLEMAN LAMPS AND LANTERNS—
Lois Sm ith is in P ortland this week- J. E. G ates, of the G ates Fuijeral
SANDY T E A C H E R S R E T U R N
visiting at the home of her uncle, Dr. Home, Gresham , accom panied by his The g athering of the clan of teach
W illiam Dale.
dau gh ter M argaret, attend ed the cel ers was on the past few days, anc’
C letus Johnson of A urora was heri ebration here M onday.
w ith eight reg u lar high school in
this week visiting some o f his boy Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Allen o f Marmo stru ctors and fo u r in the grades, am ’
visited E stacada relatives T uesday the L utheran teacher, th e school ycai
looks very interesting.
The E stacada M eat Com pany has a and W ednesday of this week.
fine new wagon fo r its »ountry trade
purchased of the Bob Cooke Motoi
George Rose has gone over neat s
M olalla to help figh t fo rest fires.
V ernon M arshall and H arry and I ~
E v erett O sborne left fo r Hood Rivei EE
the first of the week to work in the =
Ralph Chaney, who spent some , E
tim e in the harvest fields in E astern =
O regon, has retu rn ed and is back in j E
the E stacada Feed store, taking the | s
position he had before he w ent aw ay. E
Ed. S hearer of S pringw ater is be E
ing boosted by his frien d s throughout
the county as an independent candi
date fo r representative from C lacka
m as county.
Have you seen those new Instant Lite Lamps and
Lanterns. All you have to do is pump the air into the
bowl, and hold a match just below the mantles which
will light them instantly. The slickest light that you
have ever seen. No generator to bother with. We
carry in stock at all times mantles and generators for
the old style lamps.
Let s all go to the ball game Sunday and help the
boys win a double header—and the pennant
“Buy Your Hardware at the Hardware Store”
S. & S.
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| Triangle and Kerr Brands |
Poultry and Dairy Feeds J
are standard with many feeders because of the
the uniform quality.
BO BBING, B A R B E R IN G
SHOW ER BATHS
AND S H O E SH IN IN G
Distance is no question with us. Our
equipment is at your service day or
Gates Funeral Gresham-
Triangle Mills Inc.
i 175 Tillamook St.
Portland, Oregon =
3 1926 Ford Tourings, good, each ....................$200 E
1 1926 Ford Touring with Ruckstell................... 225 E
1 1925 Ford Tudor Sedan.......................................*200 |
1 Overland Coupe-Sedan ..................................... 175 E
1 Chrysler Roadster with rumble seat ............ 650 E
1 Star Special Sport Touring, a good on e......... 200 | Friday and Saturday, September 7 and 8—
Pola Negri in—
1 1925 Chevrolet Touring.................................... 150 f
“BARBED W IRE”
1 1924 Maxwell Touring...................................... 200 =
With Clive Brook and Einar Hanson; from the
story, “The Woman of Knockaloe” by Hall
Baine. Comedy, “Bobby Vernon in “Wedding
Ten Other Used Cars, priced from $25.00 to $100 E
Sunday and Monday, September 9 and 10—
Wallace Beery and Raymond Hatton in
Good Running Condition
“FIREMAN SAVE MY CHILD”
Look around for the nearest exit, then run to
the Liberty and see Beery and Hatton in the
funniest fire film ever made. Also two reel
comedy, “The Elegy.”
Quality Is Our First Consideration f f
Wednesday and Thursday, September 12 and 13—
Hessel Implement Co.
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\ 1 New and Used Implements I
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A trial will convince you too.
Any dealer can supply you.
W ORK CA REFU LLY DONE
W e have in stock at all tim et a choice line of F re th and
C ured M eats — the bet! Q uality the M arket Affords.
T H E W IN C H E S T E R STO RE
Dependable Used Cars
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The boys and girls who won prizes
in the m inor sports and stu n ts on
Labor Day w ere Will McWillis, Jum
bo M etcalf, Edwin Duboise, Al G ar
rison, David Eshlem an, Max Gilgan,
M andy S arver and Lucy M etcalf.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. McCullum and
daughters D orothy and M arian, and
son H arlie of P ortland w ere here to
atten d the L abor Day celebration.
Mrs. M cCullum is a sister.o f W illiam
Mrs. W. K aake and fam ily and
Mrs. M ary Sm ith are picking hops in
the Eagle Creek yards. They drive
back and fo rth each day.
Miss G ertrude Dillon, who has been
spending her vucation a t her home
here, will leave today fo r L eeburg,
O re., w here she again teaches in the
schools there. This is the third year
fo r Miss Dillon at Leeburg.
Notice for Publication
D epartm ent of the In terio r, U. S.
Land Office, R oseburg, O regon,
August 30, 1928.
Notice is hereby given th a t George
M. Buser, of E stacada, O regon, who,
on Septem ber 21, 1923, m ade hom e
stead entry (was P ortland 07 1118)
No. 017210, for NMt N W 'i, & SW
NW>4, township .’! S., rang e 5 East,
W illam ette m eridian, has filed notice
o f intention to m ake th ree year
proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before Donald J.
R yan, county clerk and clerk of the
county court of Clackam as county.
O re., at O regon City, O regon, on the
9th day of O ctober, 1928.
C laim ant nam es as w itnesses:
J . C. M oreland, W illiam S haffer,
J . O. Botkin and A. C. A nderson, all
o f Route 1, E stacada, O regon.
N on Coal
HAM ILL A. CANADY,
BARTHOLOMEW & LAWRENCE
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The Fred P roctors had a fine tim e
L abor day cooking th eir dinner over
a cam p fire at Zig Za*r.
Mr. and Mrs. N. L. H orr had as
quests fo r a week Miss E dith Still
o f W enatchee, W ashington.
G ertrude Oak, a form er Sandy
high school girl, will atten d Gresham
high this year.
Mr. and Mrs. R athke m ade the
trip around the Loop highway re
cently with some P ortland friends.
Miss Dorothy H ughes w rites Miss
M ary Sharnke th a t she will teach
com m erce at M arshfield next year.
Tom K ubitza has four m onths
w ork with H arry M itchell near R ain
ier Park. Tom will be a chainntan.
Mr. and Mrs. F rank B ittner and
sm all dau gh ter w ent to Toledo last
week for a few days. B ittner is g e t
ting his new plug plant installed
A nna H ennessey is having much
trouble with her teeth again and ha:
had a num ber of ex tractions that
w ere exceedingly difficult.
Mrs. Alice Scales’ sister, Mrs. Fred
Bay of Portland, is recovering from
a recent operation.
The T iffan y fam ily and Mr. and
Mrs. V incent S herer attended the
Salvation Arm y cam p m eeting al
B arton a few tim es last week.
Thelm a Hagen, form er Sandy un
ion high school girl, g rad u ated from
high school in C alifornia last Jun e
and now has a splendid position as
stenographer and office girl in a
physician’s office with a chance of
advancing. Thelm a loves h er work
and has the best position of any of
h er classm ates.
A ndrew Oak of C herryville was a
Sandy visitor Saturday.
It is reported here th at Mr. and
Mrs. R. C. Frace, recent Sandy peo
ple, have separated. The F races live
a t Gresham b ut the form er has been
in the city fo r some tim e.
The motion picture melodrama—
With Phyllis Haver, Victor Varconi, and May
Robson. A big crook drama of the Chicago
underworld. Comedy, “Smith’s Baby.”
Friday and Saturday, September 14 and 15—
Hoot Gibson in
“THE RAWHIDE KID”
From the story, “The Lion and the Lamb” by
Peter B. Kyne. Also a big comedy.
Admission: Adults, 25c; Children under 14, 10c