Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, February 08, 1917, Image 7

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    Special Meeting
Of Garfield Grange
Palace
Meat Market
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I SN’ T A S B I G A S Y O U « L O O B E
P A P E R S AC K, B U T ITS B E T T E R
AND CHEAPER. BECAUSE I T H
S A T I S F I E S A H D LAST*- L O N G E R !
There will be a Special Meeting
o f the Garfield Grange, Saturday
evening, February 10th, at 8
o ’clock.
Business o f importance is to be
transacted and all members are;
urged to be present.
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CAUGHT O N TO IT A U . f
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Agency For The
Clear Creek Creamery Butter
Also Boy All Kinds Of
Veal
Beef
Pork
Poultry and Eggs
All
Fresh Vegetables In Season
Estacada, Or.
Phone Main 83.
Broadway
Fishing and Hunting Licenses
Subscriptions Taken To All —
PORTLAND
PAPERS
Cigars, Confectionery,
Ammunition and Fishing Tackle,
Kodaks and Supplies
Ed Boner’s
Albert Kitching o f Currins-
ville, after suffering for four
days with a severe attack o f the
grippe, was in town Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ewing re­
turned to their ranch in Viola, ¡
last Thursday after having spent
the past month at the O. A. C.
Kinds Of
FredJorg, Proprietor
Miss Harriett Hill o f Winne-
mueea. Nevada arrived in E sta-1
cada last week by way o f San
Francisco, where she is visiting!
at the home o f her sister, Mrs.
Irwin D. Wright.
Estacada
1 Robert Denny o f South Esta­
cada, was taken to a Portland
h spital, Monday, to under-go a
i minor operation.
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The Garfield Country Club are
to give a free social Saturday
evening, Feb 17th, in honor o f
Mrs. Guy T. Hunt who is leaving
about the 20th o f this month to
join her husband who is working
at White Pine, Oregon.
Mrs.
Hunt has been an ardent worker
for the club and her good deeds
will be greatly missed.
The so­
cial is for the purpose of showing
their good will and appreciation
for the work Mrs. Hunt has done
the club.
ERE’ S something curious about W-R C U T Chew­
ing—it takes less out of your pocket and puts a
better chew into your mouth. No big plug sagging your
pocket, no big wad sagging your cheek. H alf as much
of_ this rich tobocco goes twice as far as ordinary plug.
\V-B saves your silver and gives you a silver-lining feel­
ing of happiness all over. Y ou can’ t help from telling
>our friends about W-B.
H
M*4e 1 7 WEYMAN-BRUTON COMPANY.
THE U N I V E R S A L
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A committee o f five men, be­
ing A. 0 . Whitcomb, Ed Shearer.
This is the time o f ihe ye r when livestock
W. H. Holder, Fred Bates and
and poultry need special attention.
THERE
IS MONEY IN EtiGS.
Make hens lay by
David Horner, spent last Friday
feeding them l)r. David Robert.- Poultry Tunic.
in Salem, where they successful-
Use Poultry Louse Powder to keep them free
from lice and mites.
The heallny com fort­
¡ ly demonstrated to State Grange
able hen will lay mi i\ eggs than the one that
| Master Spence, that the members
ia pestered with vermin.
o f the Grange from Eastern
i Clackamas County are heartily in
The Estacada Pharmacy
favor o f the creation o f Cascade
County.
As these men are re­
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spective heads and past masters
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♦ Springwater Granges, their re­
♦ port carried the utmost weight
♦ with Mr. Spence and a number
♦ o f Senators.
CAR
The new Ford car» are up-to-the-minute in appearance,
with large radiator and encloaed fan, hood with full
streamline effect, crown fenders front and reao,black fin­
ish with nickel trimmings a snappy looking car—and with
all the dependable, enduring and economical qualities that
have made the Ford "T h e Universal Car’ ’ .
One fact is
worth more than a ton o f 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 $36U.
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50 Unioa Square, New York City
The
Runabout $345.
On sale at
ESTACADA
f. o. b. Detroit
GARAGE
Drake & Mauck
Lids 2 Bones:
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2 JOINTS
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126 Fourth Street
349 Washington Street
Main 8882
Main 5493
PORTLAND, - OREGON
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Walter Gribben
Heights, returned
last week, feeling
after his stay in a
pital.
Mrs. Norman McCann o f Spo­
kane, who has been visiting with
M re. Wm. Kuhrasch for some
time, returned Tuesday, to join
her husband there.
Candies
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o f Estacada
to his home
much better
Portland hos­
your past patronage
and ho pe for a
Fruits
and Nuts
.For all the Year
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
w ith LOCAL, A n - L i c .T .J N S . as tlioy
ca n n o t re a ch tu e Beat o f the disease.
C ata rrh ia a lo c a l disease, g r e a t ly In­
flu en ced b y c o n s titu tio n a l con d itio n s,
and in o r d e r to cu re it y o u must
ta k e an in te rn a l rem ed y.
H a ll’s C a ­
tarrh C ure is ta k e n In te rn a lly and
a cts thru th e b lo o d on the m u co u s s u r ­
fa ce s o f th e syste m .
H a ll's C atarrh
C ure w a s p re s crib e d b y one o f th e best
p h y sicia n s in th is c o u n try f o r y e a rs. It
is co m p o se d o f so m e o f the b e st to n ics
k n ow n , co m b in e d w ith s om e o f the
heal b lo o d p u rifie rs. T h e p e r fe c t c o m ­
b in a tio n o f th e in g re d ie n ts In H a ll's
C atarrh C ure is w h a t p ro d u c e s such
w o n d e rfu l re s u lts In ca ta rrh a l c o n d i­
tion s. Send f o r testlrflonlals. free.
I\ J CHENFTY * CO., P rop«.. T oledo. O.
A ll D ru g g ists. 75c.
B a ll's F a m ily P ills f o r co n sttp a tlo n .
W e cyippreciate
Continuance of the Same
during 1917
R . G .M a r ch b a n k
The Garfield Dorcas Society
will meet Thursday afternoon.
February. 15th, with Mrs. A. 0 .
Whitcomb o f Garfield. Members
and friends are invited.
i
Mrs. George Walters and little
daughter o f Currinsville, are
able to be around again after be­
ing under quarantine for several
weeks with the measles.
The Currinsville School have
Miss Grace Denney o f Estaca-
just added another set o f hooks da, is in Portland, staying with
to their library, being 8 volumes her brother, who is in a hospital
o f Standard Reference Works.
there.