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About Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928 | View Entire Issue (June 8, 1916)
Park To Blacksmith
Invites Your Patronage
Bert Park o f Springwater and
! Estaeada is putting itf a black
smith shop in Estaeada near
Kreiger’s flonr and feed store,
which within a short time, will
! be open for business.
Fo r E ggs
Phone Main 83.
1 « AN OLO T I M E R I
[H O W D O ES i t g o ? I
Lunches • Confectionery • Cigars • Kodaks
$2. a day.
$10. a week
One of the most delightful Resorts
on the Coast
Local and Tourist Trade Solicited
Elkay’s R A T and ROACH Paste
Easiest and Surest
way to destroy
Rats, Mice and Cockroaches
No Mixing, Muss or Trouble
Ready To U.e
The Estaeada Pharmacy
The "K O 'X O X X f Stor»
IRS s a t is f a c t io n !
* SMALL CHEW r*
• • « « .A «
~~ j r TH t
Jim Marchbank o f North Yak
ima, Wash, anived in Estaeada
Wednesday, where he wiil 're
main indetini e.y.
OF T * o I
OLO A n sn —S
The Bittner Plug & Shingle
Co. of Springwater are shipping
a carload of shingles this week.
W H A T ’S the food of ■ tobacco that makes you take ■ bif wed and
, ’ «n a d S »d «rin d on itP W -B C U T C h e w in «-th e R c il Tobacco C h ew , turn rwl.
U ng BAnd— i i v c i you real tobacco tat..faction from a tmmll chew. T h at’ e why in to ara
glad to get it, and to paaa the glad word along to every man who chewa.
MnJc by WEYMAN-BfUTON COMPANY, 50 Uaiaa Sgaare. N .. Tetk City
Children’s Day Services
At the Springwater Presbyter
ian Church on next Sunday, spe
cial services will be held in the
morning and afternoon, wi.h all
parties invited to bring their
lunches and remain during the
Special services will also be
Not M uch D ifferen ce.
Brow n—Now. my w ife alw ays coa- held that evening at the Eagle
aults me about everythin g she buys for Creek Church.
Me H ad Been T h e re .
" I hep you to observe.’* said the tal
ent«» 1 pinnDt. cHeplaying his te«*hn 1 que
t » s »me o f Ids atlmirers. “ how exceed
ingly light is my fou li **
“ I don’ t have to ohserve.” muttered
ii saddened citizen on the «»dge o f the
group. “ 1 know by experience ” -R ic h
herself— dresses, hats, shoes, gloves—
everything. Robinson— 80 does mine—
that is. she alw ays asks me for the
money. Comes to the same thing in
A Community Church Com
mittee meeting will occur Satur
day morning at 10 o’clock at the
We Have All Kinds.
I News office.
R a th e r Rough.
Get your Hunting and Fishing Licenses here. “ Here> hard luck.”
Signed R. M. Standish,
“ What1* that?"
1 “ Flubdub's wife wants him to pay
We can fix you out in
is what you need now.
w o r th of th e )
C H E W |--------- -------J
James Standish o f the U. S. j
S. Oregon, now in harbor at
afternoon at the homes o f his
cousins, P. P. and R. M. Stan- j
dish o f Garfield and Estaeada.
I t h e o ld c h e w e r k n o w s
-------------1 H E AL TOBACCO
the Income tax on the alimony he gives
J u s t L ik e a M an.
Mr. Baitrte—Confound that tailor!
■ These trousers are il mile ton long.
Mrs. Baggie—How much shall I turn
them up? Mr. Baggie— About half an
I Inch.— London Answers.
A w ry .
Catarrhal D eafnt:s Cannot Be Cured
b> lo c a l a a p U ca tlc^ a , as th ey cui.uot r.-avu
j th e diseased p o r u - n o f ttio ear.
T h e re
Is o n ly one w a y to cu re ca ia rrh a ! deafn ess,
an d th a t is by a c o n stitu tio n a l rem ed y.
C a ta rrh a l D e a fn e s s is caused by an in
flam ed con dition , o f th e m ucous lin in g o f
th e E u sta ch ia n Tube.
W h en th is tu be is
in flam ed you h a v e a ru m b lin g sound or
Im p e rfe c t h e a rin g , an d w hen it is e n tir e ly
closed. D ea fn ess Is th e result.
U nless the
In fla m m a tio n can be redu ced and tills tube
resto red to its n o rm a l con d ition , h e a rin g
w ill be d e s tro y e d fo r e v e r
M any cases o f
dea fn ess a r e cau sed by c a ta rrh , w h ic h Is
an in flam ed c o n d itio n tof th e m ucous s u r
H a ll’ a C a ta rrh C ure a cts th ru th e
blood on th e m u cou s s u rfa ces o f th e s y s
W e will g iv e O n e H u n d red D o lla rs fo r
a n y case o f « 'a t a r r h a l D eafn ess th a t en n n ot
be cu red b y H a i l ’s C a ta r r h Cure. C irc u la rs
A l l D ru g g ists, 76c.
F J. C H E N E Y A CO.. T o le d o . O.
“ W a t ees eet ¡¡at means your Enf-
llsh word 'a w ry?'” asked the French
girl. newly landed on these shores.
“ Why.“ replied the walking diction
ary. “ It means crooked, disheveled. I f
my hat is awry It’s tipped on one side,
or If you apply It to my necktie It
means mussed up. In what connec
tion did you hear It?”
But she was frowning violently and
muttering: “ Ah-h-h! Zal beast! I was
sure he meant to Insult, but nevalr did Police and Detectives Are Using
I believe eet was so bad!”
Lip Reading in Place of
“ Why. what ol> earth happened to
“ I ride in ze tram. I say' to ze con-
ductalre. ‘ Please to say to me w'en we
Thousands o f deaf people are today
stop at re Forty-second street' And throwing away all hearing devices and
he smile at me—so—and he say to me. enjoying all conversation This method
is easily and quickly acquired thru our
■A’ r lT ’’—New York Post
system. Absolutely the only thing o f its
kind in the country. Our proposition is
Teeth of a Shark.
entirely original. We guarantee results,
In resi>ect to its dentition the shark it will amaze you. Cost*is trifling. See
is a very remarkable « reature
The what New International Kncyclopiedia
white shark has seven rows of teeth, savson LipReading. Hundreds o f people
while other aperies vary in the number with normal hearing are taking up Lip
o f rows they possess. It must I k * un Reading for the many additional benefits
derstood. however, that the shark only gained. You can understand what the ac
tors are saying in the moving pictures.
uses one row at a time
The other You can understand what people are say
rows lie down inside the mouth he ing just as far away as you ran see them.
bind the edge of the Jaw erecting ■ The eye understands beyond the range of
themselves when it Is time for them to hearing. Send no money, hut mention
take successively the place of the first this paper and state whether or not you
row. When one «»bserves how keen are deaf. All particulars will be sent you
edged these Incisors are It seems n<» absolutely free and with no expense to
wonder that they can bite o.T a big you. Address, School of Lip Language.
Kansas City, Missouri.
rope as readily aa if 1t were thread
HEAR WITHOUT EARS
H a m a d a n In H isto ry .
Hamadan seems to be certainly the
Ekbatana. the summer residence o f the
ancient Berdan kings, where Alexan
tier the G reat sto od his enormous loot
from Persia, estimated at over £41.000.
But then* is topographical «li.il-
«•ulty about identifying it with the ear
Her and still more interesiing EUhata
ua «ies ribed by Herodotus, the city
when* the tirst Median king. Deduces,
realized the ideal o f royal isolation by
shutting him self up in a palace on top
o? a hill, surrounded by seven fortified
< ir los o f different colors descending
tin* scopes in order and allow ing the in
h. bitants of these to communicate
with him only by wrtting. Either this
story is a myth or the Ekbatana of
Herodotus is to he foftnd on u hill be
tween Hamadan and Tabriz. — Loudon
E a t in g and F ig h tin g .
It Is not creditable to a thinking peo
ple that the tw o till ;gs they most thank
God for should be eating ami fighting.
W e say grime when we are going to
cut lip Limb am] chicken, and when we
i have slutted ourselves to an extern that
j an «»rang outaug would be a -hacied of
we offer up our best praises to the
Creator for having blown and sal ered
his “ Images ” «mr fellow creatures, to
atoms and «b-«*m bed them In blood ami
C re a m Sauce.
T o make n satisfu dory cream sauce.
A r t put the milk <m and while this is
Vet till'd warm ruh tile Initter and flour
together until smooth
As soon as the
milk lumen to the boil gradually add
t h e 'r e a l m
mixture while the milk
continues to ladl. and tile finished
astn e will tie unite smooth.
C lose C e lt.
“ Fa." said little Jimmie. “ I was very
near getting to the head o f my class
“ H ow was that. Jimmie?”
“ W hy. a big word came nil the wav
down to me. and If I could only have
spelled It I should have gone clear up "
Employer—Boy. take this letter and
wait for an answer. New B o v—Yes.
sir. Emploi e r—Well, what are you w ait
lug for? New Boy—The answer, sir
T h e P e ss im is t.
"Pa. what Is a pessimist?”
“ My son. a pessimist is a man who
when given his choice between two
evils takes both of them.“ —Life
T h e P ie ce For Kim.
"H e ’s so reckless he's always taking
'Oh. do send him to our charity