Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, July 26, 1917, Image 4

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Outside Man
THE WEEKLY
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Picnic
Lunches
What do you take on your picnic trip?
Do you carry a lot of heavy dishes, or
are you supplied with paper plates that
require no washing, together with pa­
per napkins and towels, that do not
have to he packed up and carried home
again? 10c will supply a party of
twenty-five or more with towels, nap­
kins or plates. Get them and have
them ready the next time you go. We
have a stock of lunch goods too that
will make any picnic lunch a pleasure.
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Make Your Poultry Comfortable
If your chicks are a little “droopy”
and not doing as well as they did, look
them over and see if a little louse pow­
der will remedy the trouble. This time
of the year, you will find that nine times
out of ten a small can of louse powder
will more than pay for itself in increas­
ed production of eggs, from your hens.
It is advisable to look at the roosts
too, and make sure there are no mites
to bother. An application of “ Mite
Liquid” will remedy.that trouble.
A Special Healing Powder
A special healing powder for perso­
nal use or to use on galls on horses or
cattle has been put up in a little sifter
tin similar to a talcum powder I h » x .
We have just received a supply and
find that it is excellent to use under
horse collars this hot weather. It
forms a paste that offers a smooth sur­
face to the eollar and prevents chafing,
in addition to its healing properties.
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Crackers
Our twelve pound box of soda crack­
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For those who eat crackers, it is the
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the W. Givens Company, Incorporated.
Estacada, Or.
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home industries - and the boosting of
July 26, 1917
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PIRII
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Devoted to the stim ulation of civic and
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Sugar
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Berries are sour,
Sugar is sweet.
Buy a sack
While it is cheap.
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BEES
If you keep Bees you will need Bee Supplies
We are headquarters for everything from sections at 75c per hundred
to complete hives set up for $2.15.
Remember our 2 '*> Cash Discount tickets are redeemable at any time.
We believe that a satisfied customer is the best advertisement.
The Walter Givens Company