Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, December 13, 1917, Image 2

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    Eagle Creek Notes
Contributed
RED CROSS
N OW!
Just a few suggestions for that
CHRISTMAS DINNER
Sweet Potatoes Cranberries Celery Olives
Citron Pickles Atmore’s Plum Pudding Nuts Raisins
Orange and Lemon Peel and Pop Corn, that pops.
“Your Satisfaction is Our Success”
East Clackamas Supply Co.
E s ta c a d a , O regon.
F a r m I m p le m e n ts
W agons
Ward Douglass and family of
Molalla have been staying for a
short time at their Eagle Creek
home.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Woodle and
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wo »die and
son spent a day last- week, at the
home of their son Malcolm at
Troutdale, in honor of his birth­
day.
Mrs. R. M. Brash very pleas­
antly entertained the Helping
Hand last Wednesday afternoon,
with the time spent in making
comfort pillows for the soldier.-.
The club meets Dec. 12th with
Mrs. Alex Baker, vs hen Mrs. J.
C. Gillingham, f ield Secy, of the
Portland Chapter, American Red
Cross is expected to be present
and aid in the formation of a lo­
cal Red Cross Auxiliary.
H. S. Gibson sold a couple of
cows to the Walter Givens Co.
recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Douglass
motored to Viola Thursday, Mrs.
George Preister of Logan return­
ing .vith them, being a guest at
their home here until Sunday.
Dick Gibson was a Barton visi­
tor Sunday.
Mrs. Waiter Douglass, who has
been in Portland for some time
under the care of a physician, is
nowr home again.
Mr. and Mrs. Lou Baker.
Ward Douglass and family and
Miss Lola Baker were guests at
the home of Alex Baker on Sun­
day.
Mrs. Annie K. Morton and son
Tom of Portland were guests for
the week-end at the E. W. Bart­
lett home in Estacada.
CLOSING OUT
Fern Staggers
the Extention News of the
Oregon Agricultural College this
week contains an article which
should be of interest to every
farmer in this community.
This article is headed “ Fern
Poisoning or Fern Staggers” a id
i deals with the latest investiga­
tion of that disease among horses
and other livestock, so prevalent
during the rainy months in fern
infested districts.
This community has each year
suffered a heavy loss in horses
from this, hitherto, more or less
undiagnosed disease and the read­
ing of this article by the local
livestock owners, may mean the
saving of many animals this win­
ter.
One copy of this article is now’
on file at the News office, but
others may be had by writing to
the 0 A. C. Extention Dept., or
this office will try to supply them.
Special Show Xm s Night
The program at the Estacada
Family Theatre for tonight,
Thursday, the 13th, comprises
Mary Pick ford in “The Found­
ling”, which is a film with a na­
tion wide reputation.
On Saturday afternoon and
evening will be shown Myrtle
Gonzales in the Blue Bird feature.
“ Mutiny”. A good comedy also
appears on this bill.
On Thursday evening the 20th,
will be presented “Molly Make-
Believe” and on Christmas night,
“A Kentucky Cinderella” will be
the feature, with a comedy fol­
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lowing.
The Estacada State Bank wish­
es to call to the attention of all
Liberty Bond buyers, that on
December 15th a payment of
40“a will be due.
Wire Fencing
Harness
Do you need any Farm Machinery, Wagons, Harness or Wire Fencing at Cheap Prices ?
In order to make room for other stock that we intend putting in. we are CLOSING OUf our lines of PLOWS HARROWS,
DISCS. CULTIVATORS. WAGONS, MANURE SPREADERS. BINDERS, and other IMPLEMENTS.
We have nine OLIVER H. 0. and 40. one 50, two VINEYARD and one 111 OLIVER PLOWS, that we will close out at a
BARGAIN. We also have Four Sets of HARNESS, and about 25 Rolls of FENCE WIRE that we will close out at less
than the WHOLESALE PRICK.
You will need these goods this Winter or next Spring —Why not buy NOW before they are GONE, and while we are
ready to make you a good BIG DISCOUNT.
LOWEST CASH PRICE on all HARDWARE, STOVES, WINDOWS. DOORS and ROOFING,
H ardware
I mplements
H arness
BERT It FINCH
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