Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, December 06, 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 ol
Ennis Townsend, one of Esta-
-cada’s latest recruits is now sta­
at Camp Mills, N. Y.. be­
MARKET tioned
ing assigned to Co. L, 132nd Inf.
Fresh Vegetables In Season
The successful dance given by i
the ladies of the C. I. C. Thanks-1
giving night at the Estacada Pa­
vilion was well attended, netting
the club $32.25, one half of which
will go towards the local Red
Cross fund.
of C OII N T E R F E 1 T P A R T S. 1 f your car
Dwight Walters of Currins-
needs adjusting, bring it here where you will
ville, a brother of George Wal­
ters, is reported to have lately
find reliable service, with complete mechanical
equipment to give the highest quality of Ford
Virgil Wagner, son of Mr. and
workmanship obtainable.
Mrs. P. M. Wagner of Estacada.
j who for the past two years has
All Ford parts used by us are supplied by the
been away from home, is report­
Ford Motor Co.
ed to now be enlisted in Co. I.
338th Inf’y, stationed at Camp
Custer, Battle Creek, Michigan.
j Tom Morton, w ! k > for the past
two years has been located at
Yes Bay, Alaska, where he is
working for the U. S. Depart­
ment of Fisheries, returned to ’
is at
'our service.
Portland last week and visited
bis old home and friends in Esta-
, cada. Thursday. Tom is now on
i a leave of absence, until January
1st and unless he enlists, expects
to return to Alaska at the expi­
ration of his leawe.
“The tiridye that will carry you
Safely over Auto Troubles."
Warren Barr and Fred Bann­
ister, Estadtda’s latest enlisted
J. W. Reed, Prop
men, being with the Forestry
Corps stationed at Vancouver,
Estacada, Oregon
spent Sdnday at home and are
enthusiastic in their praises of
the service.
Sam Barr, Corporal at the Re­
Mary Pickford Coming mount
at Camp Lewis
Ken Bartlett, Sergeant of the The local film fans are looking spenf the Depot
14th Red Cross Ambulance Corps ahead with anticipation to the in Estacada. end at his home
at American Lake, spent the presentation on Thursday even­
week-end at the parental home ing. Dec. 13th at the Estacada Mrs. Julius Krieger of Esta­
in Estacada.
____________ Family Theatre of the feature cada, who has been ill for the
play, “The Foundling”, with past week, is reported to he in
Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured Mary Pickford. America’s most
by locul a p p . Ita lic ''» , a» lh< y ca n n o t r ta c u popular movie actress, in the an improve! condition.
the d liea a eil p o rt.„ a o f l b «
T h ere
la only one w ay to cu re ca ta rrh a l drafneaa. leading roll.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. McCall and
and th a t la by a co n a tltu tio n a l rem ed y
C a t a r r h a l D eafneaa 1» cauaed by an In­
children of Portland are
flam ed co n d itio n o f th e m ucoua lin in g o f
th e E u atach lan T ube. W h en tb ia tube la evening. December 8th, will be guests at the Fred Jorg home in
inflam ed you h ave a ru m b lin g sou n d or
Im p erfect h ea rin g , a n d w h en It la en tirely shown “The Boy Girl” with Vio- Estacada this jveek.
Cloned U eafneaa la th e reault. U nlea» th e ! let
in the lead. A
Inflam m ation ca n be red uced a n d tb ia tube
restored to Its n orm al co n d ition , h ea rin g good comedy will also appear on
The Annual Apron Sale of the
w ill be d<atroyed forever. .M a n y caaea o f
deafneaa are cauaed by ca ta rrh , w h ich la this program.
I. C. will be held at the Club
an Inflam ed co n d ition o f th e m ucoua su r ­
face» H a ll’» C atarrh C ure acta th ru th e
on Tuesday afternoon.
blood on th e m u cou a su r fa ce s o f th e aya-
James Abbott of Estacada is Dec. 11th.
The proceeds going
' ' w e w ill g iv e O ne H undred D ollar» for 1 leaving this week for a few
expenses of the or­
any cnae o f C atarrh al D ea fn .a a th a t ca n n ot ! months absence at Sweet Horne.
be cu red by H all a C atarrh Cure. C ircular#
tree A ll D ru ggist«. 74«.
! Oregon.
Estacada, Or.
rredJorg, Proprietor
Phone Main 83.
B o n e r ’s for
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.
Dont forget our
Vulcanizing Dept.
Christmas Toys
Bargain Prices
at the
Owners of Ford Cars
Estacada Garage
The Estacada Pharmacy?
See H. D. Oliver For
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry.
W h e rs you
i 22 Secor.d S t.. Portland.
W ashington S t.
get o il the Estacada car a:
S p ecial values now in W ris t W atches $ 7 .5 0 up.
also confplete l i ne o! Men s W atches.____
Barney Schonburg of Spring-
waier, J. C. Duus ot Garfield and
others are now figur ing on pool­
ing their needs for dairy feed
and buying in large quantities
Alrea 1y several of the local and
nearby merchants have quoted
attractive prices on carlot deliv­
eries and if enough farmers band
together in this buying, a big
saving can be effected.