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Eagle Creek Notes
Mrs. Howlett has another nurse i
a trained nurse Miss Watkins, j
I who is helping to care for h e r;
now. She has two nurses, and a
girl to do the housework.
For E ggs
Phone Main 83.
Mrs. Katie Douglass called on
| Mrs. Howlett Monday afternoon.
w h o ’ s
NO BODY5 OEAD, B U T
L W A N T ANOTHER C H E w "
OF T H A T R E A L TOBACCO
James Gibson, accompanied by
i H. F. Gibson and wife, and Sam
j Wilson, came up to his home last!
j Mrs. Roy Douglass is the guest
jo f her parents. Mr. and Mrs. G.
j Moehnke, this week.
o f the richest tobacco grown—W-B CU T Chewing—
Chew, new cut, long shred. It is the chew that
G ET the the Real taste Tobacco
yon hear men boosting to their friends.
Yon'll be fled. too,that you’ve found it - and to paaa the word along to men that you know.
“ Notice how the aalt brings out the rich tobacco taate’*
Several o f the Eagle Creekites
atteijded Chautauqua last Satur
day to witness the ball game be
tween Estacada and Clear Creek.
n u t W WETMAN-BRUTON COMPANY, 50 U w o .
Frank Ochs o f George is work-
ing for H. S. Gibson.
Gerald Wilcox and family, and j
Guy Wilcox and family were up
to H. S. Gibson’ s picking cher
ries the other day.
Mrs. R. S. Clark and Mrs. Rose
Baker visited with Mrs. Murphy
New Twfc G ty
A New Model Typewriter!
John Reid and family, Mrs.
Lewellyn and daughter o f Spring-
water came over to H. S. Gibson’s
after cherries last Saturday.
6 0 0 0 J U D G E S C L IE N T IS V E R Y M U C H ~ A L IV E ^
| R. S. Clark and son Carl have
I recently been out sawing wood
I for some o f the farmers in this
Invites Your Patronage
WMATS THE HATTER]
BUY IT NOW!
Mrs. Viola Douglass made a re- j Yes. the crowning typewriter triumph is here!
Fishing Tackle — Hunting and Fishing Licenses
turn trip to Portland last Wed
Lunches • Confectionery • Cigars
It is just out, and comes years before experts expect
52. a day.
ed it. F or makers have striven a life-time to attain
Fred Hotfmeister and son Will j
this ideal machine. A n d Oliver has won again, as we
felled and sawed up some trees
scored when we gave the world its first visible writing.
into wood for the school next \
There is truly no other typewriter c>n earth like this new Oliver
The Eagle Creek camp o f W. ! Think o f touch so light that the tread o f a kittei' will run the kevs!
0 . W. gave a social Saturday I
evening which was well attended. |
510. a week
Hotel E stacada
H. C. Glover has engaged R.
Brash to re-paint his house and
barn. We wonder why?
One o f the most delightful Resorts
on the Coast
Local and Tourist Trade Solicited
Mr. and Mrs. Pluss Cahill and
son Cecil spent the 4th with the
former’s parents. Mr. Cahill re
turned to Malone, Wash., on Sat-1
urday; but Mrs. Cahill will spend
some time visiting friends and
relatives in this vicinity.
R e x a I l
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ol v e n t
+ + + + + + + +
+ + +
Helps remove corns far more effectively
than by cutting, and without
pain or danger.
The new-day advances that come
along on this machine are all con
trolled by Oliver.
Even our previ
ous models— famous in their day
never had the Optional Duplex Shift.
It puts the whole control o f 84
letter» and characters in the little
fingers of the right and left hands.
And it lets you write them all with
only 28 keys, the least to operate o f
any standard typewriter made.
Thus writers o f all other machines
can immediately run the Oliver Num
ber ‘9’ with more speed and greater
This brilliant new Oliver comes at
the old-time price. It costs no more
than lesser makes now out-of-date
when compared with this discovery.
For while the Oliver’ s splendid new
features are costly we have equal
ized the added expense to us by sim
Resolve right now to see this great
achievement before you spend a dol
lar for any typewriter. I f you are
using some other make you will want
to see how much more this one does.
I f you are using an Oliver, it nat
urally follows that you want the
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Maple-I
thorpe o f Salem and their daugh
ter o f Portland were visiting rel
•l n p p e t f o o
^ m e m b e r this brand-new Oliver *9’ is the
atives in Estacada and Eagle
V ^ t l l L o (X KAcXy , greatest value ever given in a typewriter.
It has all our previous special inventions visible writing, automatic
The Estacada Pharmacy
spacer, 6 1-2 ounce touch -p lu s the Optional Duplex Shift, Selective
S to re
The Garfield Dorcas Society
will meet for an all day session,
July 20th, at the Country Club.
The committee in charge o f lun
cheon are Mesdames, Hunt, Lem
on and Shearer.
Mrs. A. O. Whitcomb,
W. V. Wellman, representing
Color Attachment and all these other new-day features.
Y et we have decided to sell it to everyone everywhere on our fa
the Oregon Portland Cement
mous payment plan 17 cents a day!
Now every user can easily afford
Company o f Oswego, was an Es
to have the w orld’ s crack visible writer, with the famous PRINTYPE,
tacada business visitor this week,
that writes like print, included FREE if desired.
taking up cement matters with
the Street & Public Property TO D A Y Write for fill! details and be among the first to know
about this marvel o f writing machines.
See why typists, employers,
Committee o f the city council,
and individuals everywhere are flocking to the Oliver. Just mail a post
relative to the proposed concrete
al at once. No obligation. I t’ s a pleasure for us to tell you about it.
paving o f Broadway.
You can rent an Oliver typewriter three months for $ 4 .
Mr. Earl Reitsma o f Portland
THE OLIVER TYPEW RITER COM PANY,
was the guest o f Mrs. A. Klinker
1193 Oliver Typewriter Bldg.,
of George last week.