Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, February 14, 1918, Image 4

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    W alter Givens
Editor In Chief
Fred Bartholomew
Outside Man
Devoted to the stimutation of civic
and community pride • the patroniz­
ing of home industries • and the
boosting of the Walter Givens Co.
February 14, 1918
Vol. 2 No. 4
Estacada, Oregon
Bring your basket and
call at our
which will be featured at our store again on
F rid a y , S a tu r d a y a n d M o n d a y
REAL BARGAINS always prevail on this counter and U can’t afford to overlook them
Of Course at the prices articles are sold on this counter, you wouldn’t ask us to wrap or deliver them or sell for
other than cash. .Just do like hundreds did last week, grab the old market basket and the purse, come in and load
up, then o TWT t t r
as you figure how much you have saved. A word to the wise is sufficient.
Keep the Hens and Pullets
The United States Food Administrator has ruled
that we can buy no more Hens or Pullets until after
April 30th, and we will abide by this ruling. Dur­
ing the interval we will continue to buy all other
poultry not under this ban, for which we will pay the
usual top prices.
Bring us your eggs. Last week when the market
weakened so rapidly we continued to pay the very
top prices and as a result we handled over fify cases.
It will always pay you to get our prices no matter
what you have to sell.
Is mighty scarce and hard to get, hut we are doing
tin* very best that we possibly can to keep on hand
the best substitutes for mill feeds until such time as
our car from Walla Walla arrives. We are expecting
it every day.
Our car of eastern corn arrived on schedule time
and as we go to press is almost entirely cleaned up.
As G v»ns happened to have a little extra space
In his advertisement and as we happened to have a
little note news than our reading column« would
hold v.e are printing same tn the space below, but
tru that no one will tell Givens that we swiped a
pin s of his page:
C. R. Lovell of Currinsville
did his bit last week in the pres­
entation to the Estacada Red
Cross Auxiliary of a heater and
a supply of fuel.
Mrs. Chas. E. Dubois of Esta­
cada left for a Portland hospital
Wednesday, where she will un­
dergo an operation.
Mrs. Sherman Kilgore and chil­
dren of Springwater, after an ab­
sence of several months at the
home of ner parents in Brooklyn,
N. Y., returned home Wednes­
The Walter Givens Company, Inc.