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About Clackamas County news. (Estacada, Or.) 1928-1957 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 9, 1928)
CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS, «FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1928
1926 CHEVROLET COUPE, completely equipped,
good balloon tires. We will sell this car for
$50 under the present market value.
1921 FORD TOURING—good battery and starting
system—tires are fair—rear end just over
hauled. Will sell this car as is for .... ........$ 3 5
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Remember we are selling FORD BATTERIES for
$ 7 .9 5
and your old Battery
of Motion Pictures
You Have Seen—
“The Birth of a Nation,” “Way Down East,”
“The Ten Commandments,” ‘The Covered Wa
gon,” “Ben Hur,” and “The Big Parade.”
R ichard H aym an, who is now em
ployed in P o rtlan d , had a day o ff
M onday a n d v isited his hom efolks in
Clyde T. E ck e r of P o rtlan d was
th e guest o f his m other, Mrs. N. B.
E cker, o ver th e w eek end.
Ray K eith, who has been in th e
Sellwood hospital fo r tw o w eeks, su b
m itted to an o p e ratio n fo r ap p en d i
citis last F rid a y m orning and is re
p orted to be g e ttin g along nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. H arold W ooster and
son H a rry o f Cam p 8 v ^ r e am ong
those a tte n d in g th e livestock show
in P o rtlan d S a tu rd ay .
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. A h lb erg and
c hildren w en t to P o rtla n d S u n d ay to
visit Mrs. A h lb e rg ’s b ro th e r a n d fa m
The G arfield G range will sponsor
a m asquerade dance a t th e hall on
S a tu rd ay nig h t,
N ovem ber 10, to
w hich e veryone is invited.
a re being o ffere d .
T he G a rfie ld ju n io r g ra n g e will
have a m ee tin g S a tu rd ay m orning,
Nov. 10, a t th e hall, b eginning a t
! 10:20 o'clock.
T he old bank building on M ain
stre e t, fo rm erly used as th e post o f
fice, is being fixed up fo r a fam ily
who will c onduct a clean in g and
pressing e stablishm ent.
Mrs. W ill B ass and little d a u g h te r
o f P o rtlan d w ere g u ests a t th e J. K.
Ely hom e Sunday.
\V. F. C ary drove to G leneden
! beach S a tu rd a y a n d re tu rn e d Tues-
Mrs. O. T. H edgcock and dau g h ter;
cam e up fro m P o rtlan d S un d ay to
visit a t th e hom e of Mr. and Mrs.
j W. H. G rabeel.
H. B. SNYDER, OWNER
Our definition of a BARGAIN
When the quality is higher than the price, then you have a bargain.
Grouped buying plus expert selection brings you bargains every day at
this Red and White Store.
Saturday and Monday, November 1012
Chain Store Prices
We reserve the right to limit quantities
CECIL DE MILLE’S “PICTURE OF PICTURES”—
King of Kings
Mrs. Rose Moody o f P o rtla n d but
form erly o f S p rin g w a ter, was a b u s
iness v isito r in E stac ad a T hursday.
Mrs. G eorge A rm stro n g o f Camp
8 visited E stac ad a fo r a couple of
days th is w eek.
NOVEMBER 11, 12 and 13
Admission Prices—25 Cents and 50 Cents
FULL LINE OF MERCERIZED THREAD AT
For your pleasure— Red and White radio program 9:00 to
9:30, Friday evening, over KGW. Be sure to hear it.
per spool; all colors.
Dependable Used Cars
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I Licensed Electrician
NEW LOW PRICES
SATISFACTORY WORK GUARANTEED
CARS IN ESPECIALLY GOOD CONDITION
| Sylvester Hall |
= Phone Sandy 291
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LATE 1926 FORD R O A D ST E R —
Ruckstell Axle, steel pickup body, good
tires, extras ................ ..............................$ 2 9 5
1924 Model, Touring, disc wheels, extras
Looks good, runs good ......................... $ 1 5 0
W H I P P E T COA CH—
20 USED CARS—SEVERAL at $50 to $100—All
in Especially Good Condition
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Hesse! Implement Co.
Phone Sandy 261
No doubt you liked the Atwater-Kent 6-tube
electric radio at the Liberty Theatre Tuesday
night. You would enjoy it better in your own
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1928 Model, just like a new car ..
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A T W A T E R -K E N T RADIOS
Ten years ago the Great W ar ended and the
thoughts of every “Dough boy” turned toward home.
“So it’s home again, and home again, America
My heart is turning home again,
CHEVROLET, OAKLAND and PONTIAC Service ^
And there I long to b e ;
In the land of youth and freedom,
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Beyond the ocean bars,
W here the air is full of freedom
And the flag is full of stars.—VanD.vke.
In this conflict a list of 317,387 killed and wounded
was the human cost these boys paid in their success
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ful efforts to defend our flag and country.
of us who appreciate their sacrifice will con
| It’s sure a little dandy. All copper tub, nickle plated 5 §
tinue to protect the homes of America by obedience
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to law, by hard work and by THRIFT.
Stewart-Warner Radios and Fairbanks-Morse
Systems and Light Plants
Garage, Machine Shop, Automotive Supplies
I Dexter Washers ||
S. & S. H ARD W ARE
F ir s t S t a t e B a n k
“A Strong Bank”
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ALBERS QUICK OATS, large package.................... 2 9 ^
SERV-US COFFEE, 1 lb, package f o r ...................... 4 7 ^
SERV-US COFFEE, 1 lb. T in s................................. 5 5 ^
THOMPSON’S CHOCOLATE MALTED MILK—
One can for .....................
BEECHNUT SPAGHETTI, 3 cans f o r ................... 39<>
SERF RIDER BROKEN SLICED PINEAPPLE—
Size 2; three cans for .............. .......................... 5 9 c
SERV-US MARSHMALLOWS; 10-oz. t in ................ 25<?
HAWKEYE SHOPPING BASKET of Soap and
Soap Powder, Royal White Soap, a t ........ $ 1 . 1 0
Red and White Oleo, 1 f o r ....................................... 22<^
SAGINAW MATCHES, carton of 6 b o x es...............2 7 C
SERV-US NO. 4 PEAS, No. 2 cans, two for........... 3 5 £
SWEET POTATOES, 3 pounds fo r .......................... 2 0 £
EXTRA FANCY COMB HONEY, 12 1-2 ozs. for... 2 5 C
FANCY WINTER BANANA APPLES, box
$ 1 .5 0
GRAPE FRUIT, large medium Floridas, 3 f o r ...... 2 9 C