Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, December 21, 1916, Image 11

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Owing to sickness in the com-
munity, Rev. Hart only conduc­
ted meetings for three nights
last week, but expects to resume
later.
Proprietor
Broadway
Expert Portland
Film Developing and Printing
5c per picture.
Developing 10c per roll.
Photos o f E H S Football Squad—10ceach
Headquarters for Kodaks and Supplies
Cigars, Confectionery, Ammunition
and Fishing Tackle.
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Estacada
CLOSING OUT
^ HOLIDAY TOY S A T
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DISCOUNT A T -
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The Estacada Pharm acy
Th e
Store
Coming:-
Rip Van Winkle
Gold Rooster Service Coming
Mgr.- Sparks o f the Family
Theatre o f Estacada, announces
that beginning the first o f the
year, his theatre will show only
Gold Rooster films, which as the
public generally knows, repre­
sents some o f the best movie
features on the market.
On next Thursday evening, the
feature play “ Rip Van Winkle
will be shown and a big attend­
ance is expected.
Family Theatre
Estacada,
Oregon.
j
E T this under your scalp lo c k : “ If you w on’ t
take a little chew don’t take any” —that’ s the
G
W -B C U T Chewing message you hear gentlemen
telling each other all over the country. It’ s common
sense applied to chewing tobacco. W -B is
tobacco
shredded and lightly salted—and you Let men are glad
that it has com e about at last.
rich
Miss Josie Cadanau has return­
ed to Portland after a few weeks
visitât her sister’s, Mrs. Mattj
Park.
Dr. Lee A. Wells o f Estacada
will be absent from hisoffice from
Saturday the 23rd, until Mon­
day, January 2nd, as the doctor
and Mrs. Wells will spend the
holidays at the home of her par­
ents in Roseburg. Dr. Richmond
Wells o f Portland will be in
charge o f the office from Thurs­
day until Saturday, during his
brothers absence.
Estacada, Oregon
Ed Boner’s
U N A C K O f PET T IN G W IS E . )
Contributed
Stanford Cox has returned to ;
his work in Oregon City, after
spending a week helping care for
his father, who recently su ffer­
ed a paralytic stroke.
Paid For E ggs
Phone Main 83.
THE
El w ood Item s
Invites Your Patronage
Fred Jorg,
DOCTORS H AVE
A special rate o f 75c the round :
trip between Estacada and near­
by points and Portland, will be
in force on Christmas and New
Years days, according to a spec­
ial P. R. L. & P. announcement, j
Palace
MEAT
Market
Cash
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75c Rate Xmas and New Years
Hid* by WEYMAN-BRUTON COKPAKT, SO Vaio- S r-:--.
HOL I DA Y —
SHOPPING
SUGGESTIONS
Plans are being considered by
the executive and building com-
i mittees o f the Gladstone Chau-
I tauqua for the erection o f a $5,000.
j auditorium, capable o f seating
' 4,000 persons.
Electric
Electric
Electric
Electric
Electric
Electric
Electric
Electric
Electric
Supervisor Hively o f the Viola'
Road District reports having had
laid about a half mile o f plank on
the Trachsel Cut-off Road, cover-
| inga large part o f the bad stretch.
The home o f Fred W. Bates
o f Garfield has been recently im­
proved, with several additions
and attractive alterations com­
pleted.
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b y lo c a l a p p lic a t io n s , a s th e y c a n n o t r e a c h
th e d is e a s e d p o r t .o n o f th e ear.
Therfc
is o n ly o n e w a y to c u r e c a t a r r h a l d e a fn e s s ,
a n d th a t Is b y a c o n s t it u t io n a l re m e d y .
C a t a r r h a l D e a fn e s s Is ca u s e d by a n in ­
fla m e d c o n d it i o n o f th e m u co u s lin in g o f
th e E u s t a c h ia n T u b e .
W h e n t h is tu b e is
In fla m ed y o u h a v e a r u m b lin g so u n d o r
im p e r f e c t h e a r in g , a n d w h en it is e n tir e ly
c lo s e d . D e a fn e s s Is th e resu lt.
Unl«-ss th e
in fla m m a t io n c a n b e r e d u c e d a n d t h is tu b e
r e s t o r e d to it s n o r m a l c o n d it io n , h e a r in g
w ill b e d e s t r o y e d f o r e v e r .
M any ca ses o f
d e a fn e s s a r e c a u s e d by c a t a r r h , w h ic h is
a n in fla m e d c o n d it i o n o f th e m u c o u s s u r ­
fa c e s
H a ll 's C a t a r r h C u re a c t s th r u th e
b lo o d o n t h e m u c o u s s u r fa c e s o f t h e s y s ­
tem .
W e w ill g iv e O n e H u n d r e d D o lla r s f o r
a n y ca s e o f C a t a r r h a l D e a fn e s s t h a t c a n n o t
be c u r e d by H a ll 's C a t a r r h Cure. C ir c u la r s
fr e e .
A ll D r u g g is t s , 7Sc.
F J C H E N E Y A C O .. T o le d o . O.
$11.00 and
4.00 and
25.00 and
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4.00 and
7.50 and
- 65.00 and
5.50 and
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4.25 and
5.50 and
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up
up
up
up
up
up
up
up
up
Useful Electrical Devices
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Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured
Chafing Dish - -
Toaster - - -
Vacuum Cleaner -
Iron
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Percolator - -
Washer - - -
Grill
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Desk Lamp -
Table Lamp
and a whole host o f other
Mr. and Mrs. A1 Lindsey o f
East Scobey, Mont, arrived in
Estacada Wednesday, where they
will make an extended visit o f a
couple months among relatives
and friends.
The next Y. P. S. C. E. meet­
ing o f the Springwater Presby­
terian Church, will take place at
the home o f W. A. Bard, on the
first Wednesday in January.
Y «S C :y
CALL
AND
INSPECT
OUR HANDSOME DISPLAYS
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Electric Store
Electric
Portland,
On Thursday December 28th,
the Garfield Dorcas Society wiil
meet at the home o f Mrs. P. M.
Wagner in Estacada, for a social
afternoon. All ladies are request­
ed to be present and bring their
own work.
Building
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Oregon.
S. P. Pesznecker, proprietor of
the Cascade Garage o f Estacada
is this week giving away an at­
tractive Christmas present, con­
sisting o f a leather bound mem­
orandum book, and as long as the
supply lasts, they are free for the
asking.