Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, February 14, 1918, Image 7

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    As the New O wner of the
PALACE
MEAT*
MARKET
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[ t h e s e r g e a n t a n d t h e w is e r o o k ie )
W H A T D IF F E R E N C E
DOES IT M AKE TO YOU
W H E T H E R YO UR
R E G IM E N T C H E W S
W -B C U T OR f
N O T ? |----------- '
IF T H E Y C H EW W -B CUT
T H E Y ’R E A LW A Y S SURE
TO BE H A P P Y A N D CON-
T E N T E P if
HE'S A K N O W IN G C U S S ,
T H A T R E C R U IT I f ---------
I wish to announce that 1 am
now on ttie job - right behind
the counter and busily engaged
in conducting this business to
the best of my ability and on up-
to-date business methods.
I respectfully solicit the p a ­
tronage which Mr. Jorg has for
years held at this market a d
hope to incre se the business and
list of patrons oy dealing in
Good M *ats at Fair Prices
buying and selling both
Local and Portland Products.
For a time I considered placing this
business on a strictly cash basis - but as
exceptions would have to be made to
that rule, I will continue for a time at
least, with charge accounts payable twice
per month or every 15 days, or credit
£ discontinued.
The enforcement of this rule is absolute­
ly necessary, as the Portland wholesalers
and the local livestock sellers insist on
being paid shortly after the delivery of
the meats.
Fish on Tuesdays and Fridays
B o n e r ’s
for
H U N TIN G LICENCES
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.
Protect Your Baby
Christian Church
Brother Ray Rains, a young
man from Pori land, will occupy
the pulpit of the Estacada Chris-
tian Church both morning and
evening next Sunday. Every-one
cordially invited.
Roy Alspaugh of Currinsville
has invested in a new Chevrolet
car and S m i l e y Lovelace of
Springwater is the proud owner
of a similar machine, purchased
from the Cascade Garage.
Much attention is being at­
tracted this week to a display
window in the Me er & Fiatik
store in Portland, containing a
number o f paintings by Mrs. W.
A. Heylmanof Estacada, the sub­
jects being Persian cats, of which
'animals Mrs. Heylman is both a
painter and fancier.
Viola Breezes
Contributed
The Red Cross meets every
A Famous physician once said:
Wednesday afternoon.
Sixteen
“ A law should prohibit the use of small ; were present last week, the only
neck (hard to clean) bottle with tube two meetings being held at Mrs...
Failings.
connections.
I rank Gibbs lost his machine
in
Portland last Saturday. The
Use Stork Nursers
auto thieves were not found at
i the latest report.
For Your Baby’s Sake
Mary Rorick and Mrs. Linnie
Bristol were Portland visitors
The Estacada Pharmacy?
Saturday. They lost s e v e r a l
packages in the Gihbs stolen au-
I to but were fortunate in getting
a ride home with Ray Miller.
The Epworth League will give
a valentine social at the church,
and
Friday Evening, Feb. 15th, with
cafeteria supper beginning at 6
Expert W ork
o’clock. A short program will
be given and games played later
Guaranteed For
in the evening. Proceeds will he
§
for the benefit of the Epworth
League.
Sawmill, Steam Engine and
Similar Repairs and
with LOCAL. APPL.IC <TiONS, on they
Installations
cannot rea ch the «cut o f the diseaBe.
"Steam Fittings
Catarrh C^anot Be Cured
Prompt Delivery of Special Parts
c. C. M IL L E R
Plumber and Steamfitter
Estacada
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Oregon
Catarrh is a local d.eease. a eatly In­
fluenced by con etltu tion al conditions,
and In ord er to cu re It you m - i t
take an Internal rem edy.
■ e l l 's C a ­
tarrh Cure Is ta ken Internally and
acts thru the b lood on the » n c o u s s u r ­
faces o f the system.
H all's Catarrh
Cure was prescrib ed b y on# o f the best
phvslclans In this co u n tr y fo r years It
is com posed o f som e o f the best tonics
known, com b in ed w ith som e o f the
best blood purifiers. The p e rfe ct c o m ­
bination o f the Ingredients In H a ll’ s
Catarrh Cure is w hat p rod u ces such
w on d erfu l results In catarrhal c o n d i ­
tions. Send f o r testimonials, free.
F. J. C H E N EY A CO., Props., Toledo, O.
A ll DrufTKiets, 75c.
H all's F a m ily Pills f o r con stipation.
Bring your
when it needs to be “tuned up” or
repaired. W e guarantee the most
reliable work: the genuine
FORD-MADE materials and ask FORD prices.
It is our business to know all about FORD CARS
and we have the necessary equipment with compe­
tent workmen and promise you prompt attention.
.©
Estacada Garage
‘‘ The Bridge that will carry you
Safely over Auto Troubles . "
J. W . Reed, Prop.
Estacada, Oregon
At The Family 1 heatre
Locals from Lower
Eagle Creek
Saturday, February lfith, Dor­
Contributed
othy Phillips will he seen in the
In a letter received from Clif­ feature film, “ The Flashlight” .
ford Mason to his mother, he , A good comedy entitled “ Moving
stated that he had just returned Day” will also be on this bill,
from a hospital in France, where with Eddy Moran in the lead.
he had been ill with the mumps.
On Thursday, the 21st, a high
Alec Baker is now the proud class Paramount feature film will
possessor of an automobile, pur­ constitute the program.
chased in Estacada a few days
ago.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman E. Bode
Bob Cahill is on the neighbor­ o f Swift Current, Saskatchewan,
hood sick list this week.
Canada, after a seven weeks vis­
Adolph Still and Joe Fuchs it at the home of his sister, Mrs.
were Eagle Creek visitors from M L. Sevier of River Mill, left
the Vancouver Barracks Sunday. for their home this week.
Frieda Writman was a visitor
at Regina Horger’s last week­
Lewis Jones of Estacada, who
end.
w i t h Worth Randolph o f Viola
George Brown has returned and Frank Somers o f Estacada,
from a Portland hospital, having recently left E. H. S. to attend
recovered from a recent illness. t h e Y. M. i f A. Business School
Mrs. E. Paddison of Portland in Portland,Returned home this
is now visiting at the home of week to n u r s e an attack of
mumps.
her son, C. H. Paddison.