Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, October 11, 1917, Image 7

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    Corvallis Butter
$ 1 .0 5
I l l O O K 85 YEARS FOR THEM L
TO FIND A WAY TO G IVJJTTo)
GRAVELYS
[US FRESH AND GOODf
I eve r yw h er e
—
— IT HAD TO COME ;l ___
.WHOE v ER CHEWED gravely )
' KNEW THAT*
For 2 Pound Roll
AT TH E
PALACE
MEAT
MARKET
The only Sanitary,
Refrigerated Market
in Eastern Clackamas.
Fresh Vegetables In Season
fr c d J o r g , P ro p rie to r
Estacada, Or.
Phone Main 83.
Broadway
B o n e r ’s
for*
H U N T IN G LICENCES
Fishing Tackle
Tennis Balls
Fishing and Hunting Licenses
Cigars, Tobaccos, Confectionery
Soda W ater
and
Soft Drinks
Ice Cream
Headquarters for
Kodaks
Supplies
Printing
and
Finishing.
♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
+ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
+ ♦♦4
Headquarters
For All Kinds 01
School Supplies
4
The Estacada Pharmacy
♦
♦
T h e *ll& X cd U L S tore * * *
W. C. T. U. will meet Thurs­
day,
the
Mrs.
18th,
Amy
Ely
at the home o f
i n
Estacada,
where the afternoon will be spent
in
m aking
bandages.
Already
over one hundred o f these surgi­
cal bandages have been made and
sent
to
headquarters.
A ll are
invited and urged to bring un­
bleached
muslin, flour sacks or
other material.
There will be a chicken dinner
held at the Currinsville Church
on Tuesday evening, Oct. 16th,
at 6 P. M. for the benefit o f the
Sunday
School
A ll invited.
jitn ey
service.
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Chewing Plu¿
B E F O R E T H E IN V E N T IO N
O F OUR PATENT AJR-PROOF P O U C H
G R A V E L Y P L U G TOBACCO
MADE S TR IC TL Y FOR ITS CHEWING Q U A L IT Y
WOULD NOT K E E P F R E S H IN T H IS S E C T I O N .
N O W THE PATENT P O U C H K E E P S IT
FRESH AND C LE A N A N O O O O O
A L IT T L E CHE W O F G R A V E L Y IS E N O U G H
A N D L A S T S L O N G E R T H A N A B IO C H E W
OF O R D IN A R Y PLUG
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JoAurco Ca Druertui. He. “ Ylf&T*“
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YES,SIR. BILLY POSTER
KNEW THERE’D BE BIG
NEWS ON THAT BOARD|
tn
SOME OAY
Viola Breezes
Owners of Ford Cars
Contributed
The Roll o f Honor o f the Viola
School for the first month com­
prises Norma Randolph, Francis
Cummin, Am y and Harry Mat-
toon, Bernice M iller and Leslie
Hamilton.
BEWARE
Mrs. John Hamilton, a fter a
six weeks absence in a Portland
sanitarium, where she has been
undergoing treatments, last week
returned to her home, in an im­
proved condition.
o f C O U N T E R F E I T P A R T S.
0
find reliable service,
The Cascade Garage reports
the sale this week o f a Dodge
car to Charles Duncan o f Gar-
I
field; a Chevrolet to L. S. Larson
I o f Eagle Creek and a Ford to J.
M. Millard o f Springwater.
with complete mechanical
equipment to give the highest quality o f Ford
workmanship obtainable.
A ll Ford parts used by us are supplied by the
. Ford Motor Co.
Road Supervisor H ively a n d 1
crew are now working on the j
Tannler Road, which highway
badly needed attention.
Mrs. M. L. Sevier is this week
leaving for Cherry Grove, where
she will make a ten day visit at
the Will Hicinbotham home.
1 f your car
needs adjusting, bring it here where you will
M argaret C raft h a s returned
home a fter a summer spent near
Brooks, where she has aided in
the berry harvest.
♦ ♦
CELEBRATED
Dont forget our
Vulcanizing Dept.
is at y^our* service.
E stacada G arage
“ The lfridge that will carry you
Safely over Auto Troubles . "
J. W . Reed, Prop
Elstacada, Oregon
The Estacada City Council is
now scouring the town to find
another councilman to take the
The Springw ater property, or­
place o f S. E. Wooster. A man
iginally known as the A. D.
with the surname o f John is pre­
ferred to go with John Lovelace, Schmidt place, but which for the
past tw o years has belonged to
Peterson, Barr, and Page.
M. Ford o f Sheridan, has again
changed hands.
Sometime agt),
$100 Reward, $100
W. W. Christianson purchased
T h e readers o f this paper w i l l bs
about
80 acres from Mr. Ford
pleased t o lea rn that th e re Is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
and last week, the remaining 34
been able to cu re in all Its stages, and
that Is catarrh. C a ta rr h b e in g g r e a t l y
acres was sold to L. M. Spencer
Influenced by c o n s tit u t io n a l co n d itio n s
reou ires
c o n s tit u t io n a l
treatm ent.
o f Portland, who with his fam ily
H a l l ’s C a ta rr h Cu re la ta k e n In t e rn a lly
and acts thru the Blood on the Mucous
will occupy the place.
Surfaces o f the S y stem t h e r e b y d e ­
s t r o y in g the fo u n d a tio n o f the dlsaase.
g i v i n g the patien t s t r e n g t h by b u ild in g
up the c o n s titu tio n and a s s is t in g n a ­
ture In d o in g its w o r k
T h e p roprie­
tors have so much f a it h In the c u ra tiv e
p o w ers o f H a l l ’s C a t a r r h Curs that
th e y o ffer One H u n d r e d D o lla r s f o r a ny
case that It fa l l s to curs. Send f o r list
o f testim onials.
Address: V. 1. CH E NET * CO, Toledo.
Ohio, bold by all U ruggtsts, He.
LAWYERS
Abstracts examinad. Corporation Law.
Financial Agents. Trusts, Escrows and
Accounts. Estates probated. Collec­
tions, Deeds, Mortfa<es. Oensral
practice in all courts. Correspondence
solicited. Prompt attention. Ban*
references. Fourteenth year.
LOANS PLACED ON PWTIAND PMPOTY
Mosessohn
& Mosessoha
ns-ns
714-
Cham ber mi Cmmmme
y
¡
A
PORTLAND. OREGON
new cement walk
Born—to Mr. and Mrs. John under
Dunseath
of
Currinsville,
tober 10th, a son. •
construction
is now
along
the
O í - -Broadway side o f the Hotel Es-
tacada property.