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About Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 25, 1917)
o f all kinds.
Fishing and Hunting Licenses
Ammunition and Fishing Tackle,
Kodaks and Supplies
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Why have a leaky hot water bag?
The Sahara Thermor metal waterless hot bottle
stays hot for twelve hours.
Let us show you
this wonderful invention, based on the same
principle as the thermos bottle, only containing
no water. You should have one in your home.
Thc Estacada Pharmacy
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Drake & Mauck
Lids 2 Bones:
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Mad* t>7 WEYMAN-BRUTON COMPANY. 50 Uiiiou Square. New York City
Bills will soon be out for a j
dance to be held at Eagle Creek,
Saturday night, Feb. 10, to which [
all are invited.
THE U N I V E R S A L C A R
The new Ford cars are up-to-the-minute in appearance,
with large radiator and enclosed fan, hood with full
streamline effect, crown fenders front and re&o,black fin
ish with nickel trimmings a snappy looking car and with
all the dependable, enduring and economical qualities that
have made the Ford “ The Universal Car” .
One fact is
worth more than a ton of guesses. Ford cars are selling
from five to ten over any and all other cars, simply be
cause they give more satisfactory service, last longer and
are easier to operate and cost less to maintain —and
there’ s no guessing about the reliability o f Ford Service.
Touring Car $360. —Runabout $345. —f. o. b. Detroit
— On sale at —
The George Social & Commer
cial Club property has been im
proved to the extent o f some
new sheds, which will house 6
The George Social and Com
mercial Club are to hold a busi
ness meeting next Saturday even
ing and a dance afterwards to
which all are invited.
While sleeping in a boat on the
Willamette River near McMinn
ville. Edward Scheel of George
had an unusual experience one
day last week, when he found
himself on a sinking boat, but
escaped without injury except
for a good ducking.
T h e r e Is m or e Cata rrh In this section
o f the co un tr y than all ot he r diseases
put together, and fo r year s It was sup
posed to be incurable.
349 Washington Street
126 Fourth Street
scribed local remedies, and b y constant
l y fa i l i n g to cure w i t h local treatment,
pronounced it incurable. Catarrh is a
PO R TLAND , - OREGON
local disease, g r e a t l y influenced by con
stitutional conditions ami t h er ef o r e re-
4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4* ,1 quires
constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J
Cheney A Co., Toledo. Ohio, is a consti
tutional remedy, is take n internally
Ray Hamilton of Estacada re
I and acts thru the Blood on the Mucous
1 Surfaces o f the System. One Hundred
cently purchased from J. E. Seal
; Dollars r ew a r d is ofTered fo r any case
that H a l l ’ s Cata rrh Cure fal ls to cure.
the three lots and improvements
Send fo r circ ular s and testimonials.
in Terrace Addition, and with
F J. C H E N E Y A CO.. To led o. Ohio.
Sold by Drug gist s, 75c.
his family will make their future
H a ll s F a m i l y P i l l s f o r constipation.
h o p
O M E call these face-stuffers hogs, some call them
gophers. But they arc getting scarcer and scarcer since
gentlemen found out about W -B G U T Chewing. Thereis
no excuse for a man making a m onkey of himself today.
The fine rich tobacco flavor was put into W -B by nature,
the touch o f salt brings it out nice and tranquil like,
without your worrying your jaw around continually.
W -B is getting to be pretty nearly as popular as sun
shine these happy days.
Mrs. Peter Held of George, re-
| turned last Friday from Bethany,
| Oregon, where she has been sick
I for some time.
James Lasswell of Estacada. 1
who has been sick at his home in
.¡Port'and for the past few days,
has returned to his work at the
, Estacada State Bank.
Subscriptions Taken To All —
P O R TL A ND
s e e s
Mrs. Peter Rath of George re
turned Tuesday from Portland,
where she attended the funeral
of her father, ('. J. Sindall, who
died Saturday morning.
Phone Main 83.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Bleteh and
Mrs. E. H. Maple of Portland,
spent Saturday in Estacada and
Springwater, visiting a m o n g
friends and relatives.
H. Scheel of George, arrived
home after having spent a couple
o f weeks working in Portland.
Paid For E ggs
ju d g e
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GOOD T O B A C C O .
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ANY M A N .
DO N’T H A V E PEOPLE C A L L IN G ]
A YOU A H O G , r
Henry Johnson o f George,
spent a few days in Portland,
Meats & Produce
Mrs. Francis Wells, Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Wells and Miss Alice
Wells of Portland, were Sunday
guests at the home of Dr. Wells
W an ts your Patronage
t h c
A number o f the local young
i folks and a few from Portland,
I spent the week-end at the W. R.
Reid home in Garlieid, where an
enjoyable house-party was held.
F -r .in b .w
W e (Appreciate
your past patronage
and h o p e f o r a
Continuance of the Same
RM. March »
Mrs. Guy Drill of Eugene, wife
Thoe. Reid o f Portland motored
o f Pastor Drill of the Estacada
to Estacada Saturday to visit the
Christian Church, met with a
parental home, where his father.
had accident last week, when she
J. A. Reid is confined to his lied.
slipped and fractured both liones
in her ankle.
As the break is a
Ed Ficken of Viola is erecting
serious one, it will be some time
a garage to house his new Ford
I before she is able to use the in