Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, July 26, 1917, Image 7

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I HAVENT SEEN GENUINE
GRAVELY TOBACCO
T R A D E A T TH E
I around
PALACE
MEAT
MARKET
mere in y e a r s
NO! ALL WE
COULD GET
WAS ORDINARY
L plug
G R A V L L Y 'S
CELEBR ATED
C h ew in g Plu§
BEFORE THE INVENTION
OF OUR PATENT AIR-PROOF POUCH
GRAVELY PLUG TOBACCO
MADE STRICTLY FOR ITS CHEWING QUALITY
WOULD NOT KEEP FRESH IN THIS SECTION.
NOW THE PATENT POUCH KE E P S IT
FRESH AND C LEAN AND GOOO
A LITTLE CHEW OF GRAVELY IS E N O U O H
A N D LA S TS LON GER TH A N A BIG C H E W
OF O R D IN A R Y P LU p .
r a w ly J^t’u ecc Cc. D a w iu i .V a . “ ’ ‘/ iff"* 0
REAL CHEW ING PLUG
BILLY PO STERS BILL
BOARDS TELL YOU
ABOUT
The only Sanitary,
Refrigerated Market
in Eastern Clackam as.
Ank For Our
SUMMER SPECIALS
All
Fresh
Kinds
Of
Vegetables In
Fred Ioni, Proprietor
Phone Main 83.
Herb Huxley o f Garfield, this
week received by freight a new
“ Tongue-Lock” silo, which he
will erect on his farm.
Season
Decided improvements are now
going on in the Currinsvdle dis­
trict, with the new home o f Wm.
Kellendonk near Morrow Station
well underway, the Coyd Looney j
barn ready for roofing and lum­
ber on hand for similar work on*
the Hugh Jones’ house.
Fstacada, 0r.\
Hroadwav
B o n e r ’s
The
place
to
buy
Fishing Tackle
Tennis Balls
Fishing and Hunting Licenses
Cigars, Tobaccos, Confectionery
Soda Water
and
Soft Drinks
Ice Cream
Headquarters for
Kodaks
Supplies
Printing
and
Finishing.
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Mrs. Price’s Canning Compound
May be used in canning all kinds o f
fruit, and is especially valuable for
4* Corn, Beans, Asparagus, Tomatoes, etc
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May also be used in making Catsup,
Sweet Pickles or anything that is liable
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to ferment.
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The Estacada Pharmacy
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The
^l&xaJUL Store *
Abandon Food Prejudice*.
Hon ( lie tiu.eky. Be willing to try
now finds. Cerlain plentiful mid nour­
ishing mods widely used and enjoyed
in one section me practically unknown
in other se« tiniis o f the country. Learn
to know uli tlie good things, not a tew
only.
I'cople too easily get into ftnxl ruts;
ins st on eating only the food they are
used to und refuse to give a fair trial
to others. This lauses undue demand
ior certain staples, with resulting
scarcity or high prices when crop« are
short At the same time other valuable
foods may he relatively cheup and
available. A striking Instance of this
is failure fully to appreciate rice—a
valuable source of atarcb—when pota­
toes are scarce aud high. Another ex­
ample is refusal in certain sections to
use unytbing but wheat as a bread­
stuff. when corn—a valuable cereal
widely used elsewhere as a breadstuff
—Is plentiful and relatively cheap.—
Los Angeles Times.
A. C. Demorest o f Garfield +
last week enlisted in a battery |*
corps in Portland. Mr. Demor- +
est was in line for enlistment in +
the Second Officers’ Reserve +
Corps, Out due to color blindness *
was unable to satisfactorily pass *
the physical examination.
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S E R V IC E
is an important feature in connec­
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tion with a car at an\ time and it is doubly im­
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portant at »his season.
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It is a wise owner who believes in the new
maxim
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“ If you would have a thing well done, go
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T oo L a te T o C la ssify
to the man who knows how. ”
The G s t a c a d a
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TO WHOM IT M A Y C O N ­
CER N All persons holding any
indebtedness against
C.
M.
O ’Neel, are asked to kindly for-
ward statement o f same to him
at Cordova, Alaska, care o f J.
W. Forrester.
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“ The Bridge that will carry you safely over auto trouble"
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To Whom it May Concern
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E sta ca d a , O r e g o n
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G a ra ge have men who know how.
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Estacada Garage
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All property owners in Fsta- ♦
cada art* hereby notified to at ++ 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4
once cut all thist'es growing on —
their property. By order o f the
Fstacada City Council.
in D ish , C o n r
J. M. Park.
OT B u lk .
Marshal.
Ice Cream
There Is more Catarrh In this section
o f the country than all other discus«*
put together, and fo r years it was sup­
posed to be incurable.
Doctors p r e ­
scribed local remedies, and by constant­
ly fa ilin g to cure with local treatment,
pronounced it incurable. Catarrh is a
local disease, g r e a tly Influenced by con­
stitutional conditions and therefore r e ­
quires constitutional treatment. H u ll’s
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J.
Cheney & Co.. Toledo. Ohio, is a consti­
tutional remedy, is taken internally
and acts thru the Blood on the Mucous
Surfaces o f the System. One Hundred
Dollars rew ard Is offered for any case
that H a ll’s Catarrh Cure fails to cure.
Send for circulars and testimonials.
F. J. C H E N E Y & CO.. Toledo. Ohio.
Sold by Druggists. 75c.
H a ll’s F a m ily P ills fo r constipation.
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Soda W ater • Soft Drinks - Lunches
Cigars and Tobacco
R . G . M a rc h b a n k
E stacad a, O r.
Mrs. R. H. Bingham o f Sleepy
Mr an(1 lVlrs N>
S. Lauryy
L.ve, Minnesota, was a guest last
j^tacada returned last week
week at the W. R. Reid home in from an extended auto tour.
Garfield; with Dr.
and Mrs. having gone to Myrtle Point and
Weeks ot Litchfield, Minn., now other southern Oregon places,
visiting there.