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About Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 2, 1916)
Banjo M usic For Steps
Our Butter, Cheese
and Eggs Are the
BEST IN TO W N
A big all night dance is adver-
j tised to occur Saturday evening,
¡November 11th at Cogswell’s
Hall in Eagle Creek, to which
¡everyone is invited.
Steib’s four piece Portland
orchestra will furnish the music
'and in addition, as a special
feature, banjo music will be play
ed for all one-steps and other
step-dances, with special violin
music for the waltzes.
Which will fit you?
We purchased an overstock of these Classic Coats
last year and they are today worth twenty-five per cent
more, as the price of materials has almost doubled since
Six In S ix G et O ne
A party of six hunters, com-
| prising Will and Charles Kandle
| of Cloverdale, W. A. Jones. A.
Benson and E. S. Womer of Es
tacada and a neighbor of the
Kandle’s, returned last week
I from a six days hunting trip in
¡the mountains near Cloverdale.
One lone buck is all the game
j that fell before the marksmen,
¡being killed by Will Kandle, with
the others covering many miles
of mountain sides, with an occas
ional long distance shot.
W agner Bags T w o Bucks
P. M. Wagner of Estacada re-
j turned home Sunday from a hunt-
| ing trip in the mountains, with a
THE BEST PEOPLE KNOW supply of venison and a story of
IT AND PA I RON ZE US. having killed two yearling bucks,
I said story being verified by the
i other members of the party. Art
! Perry and H. B. Davis of Gar-
Fresh Vegetables. ' field, who were less fortunate.
Mrs. Frank Thomas of Garfield
Our Dairy Products Are DIRECT
a few days this week at
FROM THE FARM.
Estacada Home Bakery
G. H. Lichthorn, Prop.
¡Albany, Oregon, where h e r
daughter Echo, is reported to be
rapidly improving under the
! treatments of a specialist.
them at prices below last year’s.
Is your size in the list ?
1 coat, size 38 Black with plush collar, worth $15. - now $ 9.00
40 Black Chinchilla
36 Blue black Zibeline
38 Brown Mixed
38 Black Broadcloth
36 Blue Corduroy
38 Pony Skin
A few Misses’ and Children’s coats at proportionately low prices.
EAST CLACKAMAS SUPPLY CO.
"Your Satisfaction Is Our Success”
M o n ta v iila
L i v e s t o c k
D E S C R I P T I O N S
Also buying dressed hogs — lA c below Portland market quotations.
If you have any for sale, phone Henry Githens, Currinsville.
New Full Line
Come In and Look Them Over
C. C. Miller
He is som e crank about
clothes at that
No more guess work
about buying clothes.
He will buy
Plum bing— Steam Fitting—Tinning
General Repair Work Of All Kinds
Gas and Steam Engine Repairs and Fittings A Specialty
All Work Guaranteed
Give Me A Trial
B utchering T ri-W eekly
O regon M ade
O regon W ool
B row nsville
Suits and O vercoats
and be satisfied
D. S. F l e m i n g
Agent Brownsville Woolen Mills
He is telling his friends how
well pleased he is with his
U p “ Mill To Man Clothiers”
But we need the money and we are going to sell
No, He is not talking
and the styles have changed little.
W om en Turn Out
The newly built butchering!
To D iscuss M easures
plant on the Henry Githen’sj
place in Currinsville, being con The C. I. C. meeting at the
ducted by Livestock Buyer Ker- j club rooms last Saturday after
kes of the Montaviila Livestock noon, to discuss the various meas
Company of Portland, is now in 1 ures and amendments to be voted
upon at the coming election, re
Three times each week, one of ceived an attendance in excess of
the expert butchers of the com expectations.
pany comes to the plant and
Mrs. C. W. Devore of Estaca
slaughters such animals as are
needed for the Portland trade da, who was in charge of the dis
and as the plant is thoroughly up cussions, spent the entire after
to date and the butcher is an noon thoroughly covering the
adept in the art, these tri-weekly various questions, and an inter
ested audience of women from
affairs are attracting attention.
Estacada and surrounding coun
asked many questions and
Archie Yocum of Garfield is
the latest recruit among the Ford are now in a position to compre
drivers, having last week pur hensively vote the ballot and
chased a touring car from the prove that women’s sutfrage was
a wise move.