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About Clackamas County news. (Estacada, Or.) 1928-1957 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 14, 1928)
CLACKAMAS COt'SlTY N'gWS,
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1128
Announcing the Appointment
AS THE LOCAL AGENT FOR
Three models will be demonstrated at the
Dave Hoffmeister has some fine
Yorkshire hogs he is planning to enter
at the state fair at Salem again this
year. He has rented his agricultural
lands to Oscar Judd for the coming
Carlic and Wilbur Rehberg arc
N o tice fo r Publication
Department of the Interior, Oregon,
Land office, at Koseburg,
September 10, 1928.
Notice is hereby given that John
II Snomy of Route 1, Estacada, Ore-
gon, who, on March .12, 1924 made
homestead entry, serial. No. 017239,
SY\ and S'* ot
lor the NW 1 1 of 11,
township 4 S.
SW 1 ft of E., section
range notice Willamette
nal three-year ___
liront, to described,
claim to the land above
before Donald J. Ryan, clerk of th<
county court of Clackamas county,
Oregon, at Oregon City, Oregon, oi
the J ’.ith day of October, 1928.
Claimant names as witnesses:
George Cook, Albert Adlyn, Emi
Laitnen and Henry Dwyer, all of Es
ROBERT E. CRAWFORD,
Not coal land
Publish September 14 to October If
Notice for Publication
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office, Roseburg, Oregon,
Angus, 30. 1928.
Notice is hereby given that George
M. Baser, of Estacada, Oregon, who,
on September 21, 1023, made home
stead entry (was Portland 07468)
No. 017210, for N 1 - N W 'i, & SW Y4
N W 'i, township 3 S.. range fi East,
Willamette meridian, has filed notice
of intention to make three year
proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before Donald J.
Ryan, county clerk and clerk of th<
county court of Clackamas county,
Ore., at Oregon City, Oregon, on the
!>th day of October, 11128.
Claimant names as witnesses:
J. C. Moreland. William Shaffer.
J. O. Botkin and A. C. Anderson, all
of Route I, Estacada. Oregon.
Non Coal 11A MILL A. CANADY
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STUDEBAKER NOW HOLDS EVERY OFFICIAL STOCK CAR
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busy putting in their winter’s wood.
Mrs. Ernest Hoffmeister and chil
dren spent Saturday visiting at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Richey of Swede ridge.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Johnson and
children visited at the Oscar Judd
home one evening last week.
Mrs. Oscar Judd and children and
Mrs. George Judd were Oregon City
visitors last week.
Bill Huggins has been cutting hay
on the Wiley Douglass place.
Dave Huggins had the misfortune
to run a nail into his foot last week.
He is able to be around now.
Mrs. R. G. Ellis broke her glasses
Tuesday and was obliged to make a
trip to Portland Wednesday to get
i Mrs. William Gilgan, accompanied
by her father, drove to Portland on
Tuesday and Wednesday morning ear
ly visited Columbia Slough when)
they bought Cu pounds of salmon
| for canning.
The Eagle Creek Trading company
has a very special offer on peaches
| this week. Read their ad in The
EAGLE CREEK H EIGHTS
None of the three finishing grade
school last spring are in attendance.
One girl plans on beginning at the
An enjoyable surprise was given
old time residents Sunday when Mil-
ton Miller and his wife visited with
old friends. The Millers were accom
panied by their little grand daughter
who since the death of her mothet
has made her home with them. A
niece and a little nephew were also
with them. Mr. Miller has not been
engaged in the ministry for some time
but expects to accept a chargd at the
coming Methodist conference at
The Skip-a-Week club will meet at
the home of Mrs. J. C. Moreland on |
September 19, in the afternoon.
Mrs. L. J. Palmateer visited Port =
land relatives last week.
Mrs. O. A. Phillips entertained for §
her guest, Mrs. Cass of Chicago last §
week, Mrs. Eash, Mrs. Lamerson and
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dunlop and =
Mrs. Dunlop's mothehr, Mrs. Stand
ish, have moved to Portland.
Earl Tracy was quite severly hurt
last week when his horse fell with =
him, making it necessary for the doc
tor to take quite a few stitches in hi? =
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Boylan art
home after visiting two weeks in =
J. S. Taylor is visiting his son ant
family, W. C. Taylor.
Miss Sadie Anders and Mrs. Van
Houten called on Mr. and Mrs. Fran! E
Johansen and Mr. and Mrs. W. C
Garfield school will open on Sep
tember 17, with Mr. Harriman as the
Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Henrickser
were Portland visitors Saturday and
visited with hteir daughter Viola,
who is leaving to go to college neai,
Walla Walla this winter.
Hood River. After attending church
services they returned to their home
The Rev. T. C. Cook announced
that on account of conference cominf
on the fourth Sunday there would
be no services here until the second
Sunday in October.
Dependable Used Cars
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3 1926 Ford Tourings, good, each .................$200
1 1926 Ford Touring with Ruckstell.............. 225
1 1925 Ford Tudor Sedan................................. 200
1 Overland Coupe-Sedan................................. 175
1 Chrysler Roadster with rumble seat ........ 650
1 Star Special Sport Touring, a good on e...... 200
1 1925 Chevrolet Touring ...... ........................ 150
1 1924 Maxwell Touring................................. 20P
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Ten Other Used Cars, priced from $25.00 to $100
Good Running Condition
Hessel Implement Co.
New and Used1
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IM P O R T A N T
Injuries received on his leg about
two weeks ago caused Hiram Johnson
to be taken to a Portland hospital
the latter part of last week. Johnson
was employed in the woods by the
Slough Logging company at the time
of the accident.
John Krieger, Jr., has taken a con
tract from Frank Christianson of
Sandy to run the Dover-Firwood
school bus. There are five students
from here attend Sandy school, three
girls, Violet DeShazer, Kathryn and
Lydia Krieger are in the senior class
SHOW ER BATHS
AND SHOE SHINING
W E HANDLE K ERR ’S FEED S FOR TH IS REASO 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 year’s
of experience in D airy and Poultry Feeds.
Stoves a n d Stove Pipe
Come in and we will explain further and will gladly help you solve
your feed problems.
BARTHOLOMEW & LAWRENCE
E stacada, O regon
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Sunday and Monday, September 16 and 17—
Adolph Menjou in
“SERVICE FOR LADIES”
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TH E W IN CH ESTER STORE
S. & S.
From the story, “The Lion and the Lamb’’ by
Peter B. Kyne. Plenty of action, thrills and
laughs. Comedy “Nize Monkey” starring Mr.
X, the educated monkey, and the Sunkist bath
MEN’S AND BOYS’ SWEATERS
“ BUY YOUR HARDW ARE AT TH E HARDW ARE STO R E”
Friday and Saturday, September 14 and 15—
Hoot Gibson in
“THE RAWHIDE KID’’
Nice Line of
Distance is no question with us. Our
equipment is at your service day or
The rainy season will set in soon, and what is nicer than to have
a nice new heater for these chilly evenings?
We have in stock some very attractive buys in heaters, and if you
are going to need one for this winter, come in and look over our
stock. A complete line is also carried in stock in anything you may
need in setting up your stove. Stove pipe made to order, any size.
Dampers, Collars, Elbows, Thimbles, Zinc Stove Boards
and Roof Saddles.
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W e have in stock at all time« a choice lin© of Fresh and
C ured Meat« — the be»t Q uality th# M arket Afford«.
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A trial will convince you too.
Any dealer can supply you.
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A let-the-laughter-linger love farce. Comedy,
Bobby Vernon in “Short Socks.”
Wednesday and Thursday, September 19 and 20—
Jetta Goudal in
“THE FORBIDDEN WOMAN
with Victor Varconia and Joseph Schildkraut
—an amazing story of love and intrigue in the
arid desert of Morocco. The finest picture of
the year. Comedy, “Circus Today.”
Friday and Saturday, September 21 and 22—
“CLANCY’S KOSHER WEDDING”
Starring George Sidney and a comedy cast.
Don’t miss this show. Comedy, “Even Up.”
Admission: Adults, 25c; Children under 14, 10c