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CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9 1928
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SOME NET CASH PRICES AT THE
SANDY LOCAL ITEMS
B U L L R U N H A P P E N IN G S
Bull Run school bad a Halloween
Mrs. Charles Dubarko has been program for the children and their
about laid up with her arm which waf parents. A treat of cider and dough
| CURRINSVILLE STORE PRICES f
E it a c a d a C h ristia n C h u rc h
injured some years ago.
given the children.
and Good Will Among
§ Nice Apples,, per b ox..............................................60c 1 Ads. accepted for this column at 1 Mr. and Mrs. Billy Welch were nuts The was Ladies
Club met Friday at the Men” is the
subject for the Bible
| Potatoes, by the sack, per 100 lbs....................... $1.00 = | cents, three insertions for the price and called at Sandy.
morning at 10
Eyck and Mis. R. C. Shipley being , o'clock. You are welcome.
PeShazer of Dover ha.« hostesses.
| Sugar, per 100-lb. sack ...................................... $5.75 § j of two. Cards of thanks, 50 cents. been Mrs. ill Joe in bed
for over five weeks by the ladies and extra attractions munion and praise service at 11 a. m.
§ Gasoline, in your barrel ................................ ,t ,.18Va<? 1 made for all classifieds not paid in but is some better.
I followed by a brief message by the
provided for the little folk . 'pastor,
The rook game Friday between were
subject: “ The Great Ques
| Western Motor Oil, in your car, qt........................15c | advance.
Sandy and Gresham at Sandy was 6 Mrs. Sabra Deaton, president; Mary tion.”
5 Eastern Motor Oil, in your car, qt...........................25c §
to 0 in favor of the home team.
vice president; Mrs. Lucy Christian Endeavor at 7 p. m., the
For Sale— Livestock
Principal G. D. Orr of the high Jadwin,
I Recleaned Gray and White Oats for seed $2.25 |
Mrs. Minnie Helms, topic, “ What is being done for and
took ill Monday and had to treasurer.
against world peace?” The Endeu-
JERSEY cow, will trade for school
| Recleaned Fall Wheat, bu....................................$1.50 = GRADE
vorers extend to the young people of
hogs; Earliest of All seed potatoes, leave school.
| Whole Com, per 100 lbs........................................$2.50 f high producing strain, $1.25 per
town and community a cordial in
the school house to raise money for vitation
to all who who have no other
buy now. Gems, No. 1, table
the Camp Fire girls, a group h iving church home.
§ Mill Run, per sack................................................$1.35 f cwt.,
World peace Is u sub
$1.25. C. McCoy, Route 1, Eagle
| Wheat for poultry feed, per 100 lbs...................$2.25 = Creek, Phone 68-7.
n23 FARM for sale cheap; about nine Errol Reece in charge. About $15 ject vital to us all. Come and enjoy
the meeting, take part in the discus
south of Estacada on main was realized, fifty being present. A sion
These are all net cash prices
and go home happy. Miss Anna
FOR SALE— Two pigs; six weeks miles
highway; 40 acres, 10 in cultiva
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is president and Hugh Foster
old; $0 takes both. Sam Barr. It tion;
small orchard in full bearing; Mr. Reece has also organized a will be the
FOR SALE— Jersey cow and calf; part trade. F'. N. Cadonau, Box
L u th e r a n S ervices
first class. N. M. Tracy, Route 1 30, Estacada; phone 69-4. n23 to function.
in German next
Wednesday night the Sunday
Automobiles For Sale
quist, arranged a Halloween party 10:30 a. m., conducted by the pastor.
A good young team, 6
Bread is one of our staple foods, and it is up to the FOR and SALE—
7 years old, price reasonable. FORD TON TRUCK— with cab $125. for the children, assisted by several Rev. F. T. Schoen.
housewife to see that her family gets only whole
or call Julius Paulsen, Route Eagle Creek Trading Co.
n9tf Bull Run ladies. The event wus held
P re s b y te ria n
some, pure bread. To be sure of getting the best ask
at the Community hall, 28 children
for bread baked by
FOR SALE— Chevrolet Landau Se having a wonderful time. Each child “ Evangelism and World Peace”
It was presented with a bag of candy will be the subject for our consider
this Sunday, which is Armistice
For Sale— Farm Implements dan, cheap. Phone 10-12.
a horn for “ noise" besidil ation
us gather in God’s house
F'OR SALE— Chevrolet coach, 1921 containing
the refreshments of popcorn, candy and give Let thanks
for the cessation of
Chill No. 50 model, cheap. Inquire Broadway and
Phone 87-1 FOR plow. SALE—Oliver
apples served the children.
war and the coming of peace to the
R. G. Palmateer, Route 1, Garage or see A. G.Ames or W. E.
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Springwater— Sunday school at 10
Dodge Sedan ........................$550
USED CREAM SEPARATORS, gas 1925
m., worship at 11.
Oakland sport roadster,
engines, spreaders, drills, tractors. 1923
annual father and son banquet
MAJESTIC § Hessell Implement Co., Gresham. 1924 Tudor Ford sedan.
Don’t forget the basket dinner and will be held in the Grunge hall on
Buick ......................................$ 75 literary program at the Grange hal( Tuesday evening, November 13. The
We Can Please You
| For Sale— Farm Products 1923
Studebaker Special Six
Saturday, November 10, to which ev speaker will he Rev. Claude Porter
Complete Line of Remington Ammunition in Stock §
touring ....................._.................$ 75 eryone in the neighborhood is invited. of Portland and his subject is “Dad>
SPORTING GOODS, KODAKS and FILMS
And also remember the father and meet your son. All men and boys in
BROCKWAY & NELSON
filled; per box 75c. Eagle Creek
banquet next Tuesday evening the community are invited. The
price is 50 cents for the men and 25
at 7 in the Grange hall.
cents for the boys. Come and enjoy
Some extra fine Golden only one month old, driven only by
f FOR Seal SALE—
plants and some Seal seed. owners. Equipped with every ac down for a few days during the week n good time.
George— Sunday school at 2 p. m.,
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E. W. Gribbon, Estacada.
n23 cessory necessary. Still under ser end to visit relatives and home folks. church
service at 3.
vice guarantee. Will sell at a sac day evening visitors at the Wiley Eagle Creek— Sunday school at
Lost and Found
riflce and take a used car in trade. Howell home.
10:30 a. m. The Christian Endeavor
Can arrange for any terms neces
is being reorganized and will
LOST— One Jersey cow, slightly sary. Address 20-A, Clackamas
7:15 p. m. The evening ser
W E H A N D L E K E R R S F E E D S FO R T H I S R E A S O N :—
stiff in front leg’s ; belongs to Peter County News, Estacada.
3-tf dren spent Sunday visiting with Mr. vice will be at 8 o’clock.
W e believe K e r r ’» Feeds give the perso n w ho b u y s th em
th e m ost for th e dollar. T his choice was m a d e a f t e r y e a r ’s
— Thos. I. Kirkwood, Pastor.
FORD ROADSTER with all-steel dren at Gresham.
of e x p e rie n c e in D a iry a n d P o u ltry Feeds.
M e th o d ist C h u rc h
LOST— Cow, brindle, about 6 years pickup body, 1925 model with bal The Joe Guttridge family were vis
f'ome in and we will explain further and will gladly help you solve
your feed problems.
old. When last seen had a bell on. loon tires; one 1 1-2 horse power iting relatives in Portland Sunday.
It is of great benefit if every per
Will freshen Nov. 1 Tag on ear Fairbanks-Morse gasoline engine
Evelyn Dibble spent a couple of son just knew' himself. If everyone
BARTHOLOMEW & LAWRENCE
days last week visiting friends in would only pause long enough to esti
P h one 601
E stacada, O regon
Phone Estacada 34-55.
Guests at the J. A. Shibley home mate the principles that are :n the
during the week end were James makeup of life. Will the things each
Tenny of Viola, Mr. and Mrs. John use bring out the best manhood and
: FRONT BED ROOM— clean, good Hickman
of Oregon City and George womanhood in the individual. Many
bed, sunny; over News office. It Ross of Jennings
know that they are pursuing after
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for Mr. those things that will or even do give
Moger and helping with some other
a poison sting to life. Better take
ephone Estacada 35-7.
n23 children and David Horner of Dodge from life that which is not good and
get a close connection with God, who
SHAVED SHINGLES — Stars and attended church services in Spring- is able to deliver all, and give real
perfects. Eagle Creek Trading water Sunday.
Mrs. Elmer Dibble and Miss Eve joy and happiness.
lyn were Monday visitors at the W, Again your attention is called to
the Sunday service. At 11 a. m., the
FOR SALE or Trade— Five tube A. Bard home.
King radio in A-l shape, will trade W. H. Strong, who purchased the subject will be “ Better men in a bet
for cow. VV. W. Armstrong, 1 1-2 Howell Brothers farm a mile south ter world” and at 7:30 the second
miles out on Trochael Cutoff. nl6 of Springwater about a year ago has sermon on “ What think ye of Christ.”
made and is still making great
changes in this old farm. He has re Both these subjects are worth hear
moved all cross fences and set out ing.
CONTRACTING AND BUILDING— about one hundred and twenty-five Sunday school attendance is near
Jobbing, estimates furnished on acres of wulnuts last spring and ev ing the one hundred mark. We urge
IN C E Jan u ary 1st under the supervision of Chev
carpenter, brick or cement work. ery tree is alive and made a good you to atteml the school, which meets
m ore than a m illion ro le t en g in ee rs. T h is e q u ip
Phone Estacada 6x51. Chaney growth this year. He has recently at 10 a. m. The Kpworth League
n e w C h e v ro le t« m ent definitely assures m axi
nl6 completed seeding the entire place to
h a v e b e e n d e m um speed and precision and
vetch and clover, and has put fertil meets at 6:30. A cordial invitation
livered to ow ner*— the lowest possible cost in the
J PLAIN SEWING and dress making izer around each tree.
m aking the Chev perform ance of every C hevro
extended to all.— C. T. Cook, Pastor.
neatly and quickly done at reason
ro le t M oto r C om let service and repair operation
able prices. Children’s sewing a
pany, for the second —w hich are charged tor on a
specialty. Mrs. Wiley Howell,
consecutive year, the w orld’s flat rate basis.
largest builder of automobiles! Furtherm ore, all of these tre
R A D IO S
Boner’s Sport Shop
C O N ST A N T E X P A N S IO N
—to serve Chevrolet owners better
T his outstanding achievem ent
has been attained not only be
cause of the quality and value
of Chevrolet cars—but also be
cause there has been a constant
expansion of Chevrolet service
In order to bring these mam-
m oth facilities of the Chevrolet
factories to C hevrolet d ealers
and ow ners everyw here, there
have been erected 26 huge
parts warehouses in the princi
pal centersof distribution. T his
expansion program is continu
ally going o n —for four great
additional warehouses will be
in operation by January first
and seven m ore by the sum
m er of 1929.
Into the service departm ents of
all Chevrolet dealers, C hevro
let has brought special tools
and shop equipm ent—designed
Grandpa Bulger at Eagle Creek Tonight
m endous facilities have been
m a d e a v a ila b le to 1 5 ,00 0
au th o rized serv ice statio n s
m anned by skilled m echanics,
over 25,000 of w hom have been
factory trained to efficiently
handle every repair operation
on a Chevrolet car. In addition,
there are over 4,000 other
Dints w here genuine Chevro-
t parts may be obtained.
U niform ly efficient, uniform ly
reliable and w ithin easy reach
of everybody everyw here—this
great service o rg an izatio n is
m aintaining at peak efficiency
the fine perform ance for w hich
C h ev ro let cars h av e alw ays
been renow ned.
We cordially invite you to come
in an d see how o u r serv ice
facilities reflect the influence
of this great national service
Cascade Chevrolet Co.
Help W anted
WANTED— Young girl to help in
restaurant. No school girl; must
be neat. Box 46, Estacada.