Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, March 28, 1918, Image 3

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    Just One Week M ore To Pay
Your Taxes EE
Is the day on which one half
o f your taxes must be paid, or
an interest penalty is added.
Let us serve you, whether patron o f this bank
or not.
O ur service is free and cheerfully given.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Sparks
o f Estacada are leaving this week
for Portland, where they will
make their home. Mr. Sparks,
who is one o f Estacada s most
popular young men and who has
been associated with the East
Clack am as S u p p l y
Com pan y
since its incorporation four years
ago, lias accepted a remunerative
position with a large Portland
retail grocery concern, entering
its employ at once.
Mrs. Chas. Reichen o f Salem
is a guest at the home o f her
brother, J. C. Hillman o f Esta­
Elwood Items
The Red Cross Auxiliary met at
the ho.ne o f Mrs. L. P. Elliott
last Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Bittner are
spending a few days at the bed-
siue o f their son Harry, who is
ill at his sister’s home in Port­
land. Willie Bittner is also in
Porilanu, taking special treat­
ments for ear trouble.
Mrs. Erna Moorehouse, who
has b e e n visiting her mother
Mrs. H. Moehnke, expects to
leave this week for Ft. Stevens,
Wash, where her husband is
Claude W. Devore o f Estacada
has been confined to his home for
several days with a severe attack
o f rheumatism.
Mrs. Della Vallen and son Orel
visited relatives in Oregon City
for a couple o f days, also visiting
her cousin, Mrs. i). L. Boy Ian at
St. Vincents Hospital.
Mrs. Chailes M o g e ro f Montana
who has been visiting at the home
o f Mr. and Mrs. J. F. M oger o f
Springwater, left last week for
I Berkley, California.
Mrs. A. L. Lass well o f Esta­
cada is spending a few days this
week at her form er home in i’he
Estacada State Bank
N a year it has become
famous; the man’s cig­
arette for the men who are
w o r k in g over here, and
fighting over there.
S ubstitutes
the fact
that we
maintain our own
T h e reason?
it’s made of Burley pipe
tobacco and because—
mill, w e are able to o ffe r you a more
com plete line of Substitutes For Wheat, than we
otherwise could.
O ur stock now comprises—
Rolled Oats
Oat Flour
Corn Meal
Corn and Barley Flour
Barley Flour
Buckwheat Flour
Rice Flour
Corn Starch
W e can also sell you Rye Flour, which, while
not a substitute can be purchased separately.
Our U. S. Food Administration License is
No. G. 59147.
Flour, Feed, Groceries
Lumber and Building Materials
A t the Convenient corner, 2nd and Main
Estacada Feed & Lumber Co.