Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, November 29, 1917, Image 7

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    What’s the use of paying such
a high price for Butter when you can get
Oleomargarine at 75c
The 2 pound roll
which will do just as well for cooking. .
Every Tuesday, from now on
we will have on hand a
fresh supply o'
FISH
0
. M IS T E R G O A T-YO U CAN £
' EXCUSED FOR C H EW IN G ANY
, OLD THING BECAUSE TOU CAN*
GRAVELY
S lira
C B L B B K A I1 D
in ing a P H lu lu * g
R eal SUigtL C K Sir e A w V >OU*f
I
ssne
(Wj?
| READ THAT BILL BOARD. J
iefore the Invention
Be
Of owe Potent Air Proof Pouch
Many Declare Could Not Keep
the Flavor and freshness In
REAL GRAVELY PLUG TOBACCO.
Now the Patent Pouch Ksags It
Frooh and Cleon and Good.
A Little Chow of Gravely lo Enough
Sind Loots Longer than o big show
of ordinary plug,
s/,
9rutrely J u A u w Ui Outiui.il» " ’W f "
\CH* V/.
PALACE
MEAT
MARKET
AT THE
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V
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IO O K FOR THE rR O T iC T IO N
S E A L 17 IS NOT r e a l
W ITHOUT
T H IS S E A L .
GAAVfiY
/S'*
Frank Ewing of Viol i. and
General Superintendent O. B.
Cold well of tne P R. L. & P.
Co., left Friday for a few days
horseback trip into the in * ui-
Fresh Vegetables In Season tains, w h e r e t h e y visited
Three Links, Oak Grove and
rred Jorg. Proprietor
Estacada, Or.
Timothy Meadows camps.
Phone Main S3.
Broadway
Mrs, B. R. Kiinmel of Estaca­
da, who has been on the sick
of C o U N T E 11 F EI T P A R T S. 11 your car
list for the past week, is report­
needs adjusting, bring it horn whore you will
ed to be about again.
HUNTING LICENCES
find reliable service, with complete mechanical
Mrs.
Frank
Stenzel
and
sons,
Fishing Tackle
Tennis Balls
equipment to give tin* highest quality of Ford
Robert and Paul of Portland wére
Fishing and Hunting Licenses
workmanship obtainable.
guests for a few days this week
Cigars, Tobaccos. Confectionery
at the A. E. Sparks home in Es-
Soda Water and Soft Drinks
All Ford parts used by us are supplied by the
tacaua.
Ice Cream
Headquarters for
i
.
,
Ford Motor Co.
Kodaks Supplies Printing
I. Creason’s Mill of Viola has
and Finishing.
been moved further down Clear
; Cteek, so as to be nearer the
Carver Line, to cut timbers for
Have you seen those Httle folding, pocket
the extension ot that new line to
Vioia.
is at y *our service.
At the meeting of the taxpay­
at the .
ers of the Estacada School dis­
trict, held Monday evening, the
The Estacada Pharmacy?
budget, as advertised, was pass­
They make a very acceptable and appropriate gift ed with but one dissenting vote.
to send to your soldier friend.
Price 50 Cents.
01 lie Gerber of Estacada re­ "The Bridge that will carry you
Safely over Auto Troubles."
cently purchased a 73 acre ranch,
near the home property in Logan
J. W. Reed, Prop
and contemplates moving onto
Estacada, Oregon
same next week, expecting to
build a small house and make
other improvements.
r_A Money* Saver
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. End o f1
Timbermen Ranchers Wood Cutters
l Camas were guests for a couple
of days this week at the R. G.
F O R W A T C H R E P A IR IN G
Palmateer home in Garfield.
See H. D. Okver For
Owners of Ford Cars
BEWARE
B o n e r ’s for
Dent forget our
Vulcanizing Dept.
Estacada Garage
Checker Boards
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry.
Second S t . Portland.
Where you **< off the Esracada car a: Washlneto St.
Special value* now In Wrist Watches $7.50 up.
also complete line of Men s Watchea.
i 22
Owing to the change of resi­
dence of Mrs. M. L. Sevier, who
is now residing at River Mill,
Rev. B. A. Bristol of Viola, pas­
tor of the M . E. Churches at
Viola. Redlands, Highland and
Clarkes, will act as the corres­
pondent for the News from that
section.
Thu*is ih* «ritinti msrhmr Pel D ri­
ft, IW1& T hi) K m « b n n in uM »*ff
lour y f i t tnd sir pas' d>r « «j tn irfr.u l
8 ta te o f Ohio, C ity o f T oledo.
L u cas C o u n ty, ss.
F ra n k J. C h en ey m a k e s o a th th a t he
Is se n io r p a rtn e r o f th e firm of F. J.
C heney & Co., d o in g b u sin e ss in the
C ity of T oledo. C o u n ty an d S ta te a fo re ­
said. an d th a t said firm w ill p ay th e
sum of O N E H U N D R E D DOLI*ARH fo r
each an d ev e ry case of C a ta rrh th a t
c a n n o t be cu red bv th e use of H A LL'S
catarrh cu re frank j cheney
S w o rn to b efo re m e an d su b scrib ed
in m y p resen ce, th is Cth d ay of D ecem ­
b er A. D. IS««. A. W. GLEASON.
(S eal)
N o ta ry P ublic.
H a ll's C a ta rrh C u re Is ta k e n In te rn ­
a lly an d a c ts th ro u g h th e B lood on tho
M ucous S u rfa c e s of th e S y stem . Send
fo r te stim o n ia ls, frse.
F J. C H E N E Y A C O . T oledo. O.
Sold by s it d ru g g is ts . 75c.
H all s F a m ily P ills fo r co n stip a tio n .
Msgr Ths uni) prwttn prat lit «I ms
chine wf Hi hind on lh« m s'k rl
« •H ip s , iA s i'»
kind
fif i w t i i v i » Is U I. «HJ i" «h« hsinksi snd i
v t » « A lfe r f
I »,«*« m«<. hin ts ho*• ts r f t «a us« *•»•! •<'**« »*•»•
The Vaughan Drag Saw.
The Proven, Practical Machine.
W e w ill call an d te ll you w h a t this* saw w ill do, by letti» K uh kn ow you
a re in th e m a rk e t fo r o n e.
Cazadero Mercantile Co.
W. F. Cary, Manager