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CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS, FRIDAY, APRIL 26. 1229
NORTH EAGLE CREEK
ESTACADA FEED AND GROCERY
EAOLE CHEEK, April 25.— (Spe
cial).— Hubert Westerman was sur
prised last Wednesday evening when
a number of friends and relatives
dropped in to celebrate his thirtieth
birthday. The evening was spent in
dancing and playing games. Supper
was served at midnight. Those pres
ent were Mrs. Linda Marshall and
son Elmer, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mar
shall and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Myers, Mr. and Mrs. John Myers and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Stanford Cox
and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hug
gins and family, Mr. and Mrs. E. D.
McConnell, Mrs. George Kitchipg,
Emma Shultz, Tony Buhlingher and
Mr. and Mrs. Westerman.
Mrs. C. H. Rehberg and son Carl
were Oregon City visitors Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Pilson and daughter
Luella May o f Sandy called at the
Bill Huggin home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Smith and son
o f Portland spent the week end at
the Carl Rehberg home. Mr. Smith
played the banjo in the Lloyd Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Westerman
called Sunday at the David Huggins
Mr. and Mrs. David Huggins cele
brated their sixty-second wedding an
niversary Friday, April 19.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Grier were Ore
gon City visitors Monday.
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U. S. MORGAN, Proprietor
Specials-Saturday and Monday
APRIL 27 and 29
BANANAS; 4 pounds f o r .............................
GRAPE FRUIT; ea ch ............................................ 5<?
OTTER BRAND SH R IM P............................. 18<>
TUNA FISH; per t in .......................................... 1 8 £
GOLD BAR SAUERKRAUT; per can.............. 1 6 c
MAZOLA OIL; Pints ..................................... 2 7 C
REX BONELESS PIGS FEET ......................... 2 3 £
K. C. BAKING POWDER; 5 lbs................... 6 9 o
OUR SPECIAL ON ORANGES
TWO DOZEN F O R ........................................
PEET’S WASHING POWDER .................... 3 8 o
OLEOMARGARINE; per lb............................ 1 9 ^
BESSIE LOVE H A S
F IN E D A N C E R R O L E
IN “ A H A R P IN H O C K ”
This is the last week of Free Coupons on the Nash
Car. Coupons given on each $1 cash purchase and
on all 30-day accounts paid in full.
CLEANING AND PRESSING
Repairing and Alterations, all kinds of Ladies’ and
Gents’ work neatly done.
Why send your work to Portland? We do it just as
good. Let’s spend our money at home.
Bessie Love, famous as a dancer o f
clever steps, as well as an actress of
ability, ideally fits her latest film
role, that o f a dancer in “ A Harp in
Miss Love portrays the role o f an
ssistant in a free dispensary in New
York’s lower East side. She lives only
She believes that eight
hours is a day’s work and she spends
her leisure hours in a dance hall. She
is devoted to her dancing partner,
played by Louis Natheaux, until a
European doctor who only knows
how to waltz, changes her mind.
“ A Harp in Hock,” which is the
screen feature next Wednesday eve
ning at the Liberty, presents Rudolph
Schildkraut and Junior Coghlan in
featured roles. On the stage, a big
vaudeville feature which will be
presented by Rube Shaw’s comedians.
Dentist, Extracting Specialis!
603 Med-Dental Bldg, 11th &
Gas or nerve blocking Anesthesia
W . L. W H E L D E N
In terior D e cora tin g , K n lsom in ing
P ain tin g , In tid e and ou t
Prices right, work guaranteed
L. A . C H A P M A N
M O R T IC IA N
Calls attended day or night
Mortuary I. O. O. F. Bldg.
Telephone No. 21-51
Today you may feel that you are so strongly en-
trenched in your job or your business that you can
afford to neglect the future. But can you be sure
of it ? Deaths, accidents, business failures, and
times of depression generally come when least ex-
| pected— and unless you have something laid away
you never can be sure.
1925 Ford Truck Chassis; long
wheel base; completely over
hauled ; new Goodyear tires on
rear; to be sold at a bargain.
20 Goodyear Tires to go at a
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S. E. Wooster
R eal E state L oans, In su ran ce
R en tals
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S ta tion
a. m. 2:00 p. m.
a. m. 2:35 p. m.
a. m. 2:50 p. m.
a. m. 3 :05 p. m.
a. m. 3:15 p. m.
a. m. 3:18 p. m.
a. m. 3:30 p. m.
FARM LOANS A SPECIALTY
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V S atu rd ay H S unday
8:30 a.m .
8:45 a. m.
8:55 a.m .
9:10 a.m .
9:20 a.m .
9:55 a.m .
* D aily E x cep t S un day.
Dr. M. M. Martindale
T im e o f D ep a rtu re
Lv. Estacada *6:15 a. m.
Lv. Eagle Cr. 6:30 a. m.
6:35 a.m .
6:50 a.m .
\ Lv. Clack’mas 7:00 a.m .
/ Ar. Portland 7:35 a.m .
Ï S unday
T im e o f D ep a rtu re
4:30 p.m . 7:00 p.m . 8:15 p.m .
4:45 p. m. 7:16 p. m. 8:30 p. m.
4:55 p.m. 7:25 p.m . 8:40 p.m .
5:10 p.m . 7 :3 o p .m . 9:05 p.m .
5:2 0p. m. 7:45 p.m . 9:10 p.m .
6:00 p.m . 8:30 p.m . 9:45 p.m .
(I S u n d a y O n ly
V S atu rd ay O n ly.
C H IR O P R A C T O R
o f Oregon City
B A B Y C H IC K S
April 25, May 1, May 8 and May 15, only...
Any number; 100 or over.
Walter W . Gilbert, M. D.
P h y sician an d S u rg oon
O ffice Hours 9 to 5
Used Brooder Stoves for 300 chicks____ 8 1 0 . 0 0
Phone Damascus 35
WELCH i L ^ £ H ORN FARM
O. D. EBY
A tt o r n e y
at L aw
I Clean-Up Shoe Sale |
20 PER CENT REDUCTION FOR CASH ON ALL |
D E N T IS T
Big Stock to Select From
| MRS. AMY L. ELY 5“
S ch u eb el, B ea ttie 4k M iller
Attorneys at Law
6 per cent state school money to
loan on farms; General )nw prac
tice. Bank o f Oregon City Bldg.
T h ree M iles Southeast o f S p rin g w a ter on the p lace know n as the
G e o r g e W . K eller Farm .
Monday, Apr. 29
SALE STARTS AT 10:30
Dr. H. M. Kramer
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| AS IT SHOULD BE—
Due to the great popularity o f the new Chevro
let Six, we have on hand at this time a wide selec
tion o f “ O. K.’d " used cars taken in trade on new
cars. Come in and look them over. You are sure
to find exactly the car you want at a price that
will amaze you. Terms are exceptionally easy.
One Jersey-Durham cow due to freshen April 27, 3 years old; One
Jersey cow due to freshen in fall; Jersey heifer 18 months old; one
yearling Guernsey-Jersey heifer; Span o f good work horses, about
1200 lbs.; One Chester White sow and six pigs; one wagon, 3 inch;
One Oliver 40 plow; one 10-inch plow; 1924 Ford Touring Car,
Ruckstell axle; 1 60-tooth harrow; 1 disk; 2-horse cultivator, buggy;
set of work harness, shoe-maker’s outfit including sewing machine;
all kinds o f garden tools; bench vice and anvil; barret fruit tree
sprayer; all kinds of carpenter tools, in good shape; range cookstove,
3 beds, springs and mattresses, cupboard, Singer sewing machine,
dresser, dining table and chairs, rockers, 2 stands, fruit jars, canned
fruit, cooking utensils, dishes, tubs, churn, lamps one Aladin' carpet,
cream separator, Victor phonograph, Atwater-Kent radio, 20-gallon
stone jar, 35 to 40 R. I. Red hens, haled oat straw, home-cured bacon
and hams and lard— quite a large quantity (excellent); 20-gallon
iron kettle, etc., etc.
We believe that no fairer system o f used car mer
chandising has ever been worked out —for it
assures the customer honest value.
Livestock, Farm Implements, Furniture
Ford Car and Atwater Kent Radio
O f f ic e P h on o 315
Under this plan, we attach the Chevrolet Red
O. K. Tag to the radiator cap o f every recondi
tioned car—showing exactly what vital units of
the car have been checked or reconditioned by
our expert mechanics.
F R E E L U N C H A T NOON
D E N T IS T
O ffice hours 9 a. m. to 6 p. m.
Evenings by appointment
used car department is operated under
O U the R famous
Chev rolet Red O. K. Tag system.
W e Call and
TERMS— $20 or under, cash; over $20, bankable notes. Those de
siring credit must make arrangements with the clerk prior to day o f
| Leave orders at Dartt’s E
| Barber Shop or Estaca- |
P h on e S an dy 151
Cascade Chevrolet Co.
T IM E S C H E D U L E — P O R T L A N D -E S T A C A D A STAGES
O S T E O P A T H IC
P h y sician an d S u rg a on
DR. H . A . S C H N E ID E R
at t h e s e O u t
standi ng Used
1925 Ford Fordor Sedan; good
tires, good condition, com
pletely overhauled; big bar
Dr. W. W . Rhodes
D. C. A E. C. LATOURETTE
Practice in All Coarta
First National Bank Bldg.
“ A Strong B a n k ”
Buy on a Sound Basis!
Save a part of the money you are making today, for
tomorrow it may be a life-saver. The golden years
of old age will come before you realize it, and you
must plan and save for the time when you cannot
work as hard as you do today, perhaps you will be
unable to earn even a meager living.
I First State Bank [
S. G. S P ID L E R
Phone Sandy 321
O reg on C ity ,
with an OfC
E Start here, with a single dollar if you wish, but do it E
General Practice Confidential
We stand behind every Used Car
bearing the Red Tag
Gambling With Your Future
D R . C H A R L E S P. JO H N S O N
Mrs. Geo. W. Keller, Owner
| LAUNDRY COMPANY |
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Fred C. Bartholomew