Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, February 20, 1919, Page Page Seven, Image 7

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    Thursday, February 20, 1919
EASTERN CLACKAMAS NEWS
Page Seven
How About a Commercial Club
(Continued from Page 1)
R EM EM B ER
WHEN YOU WANT A GENU­
INELY GOOD CAR FOR THE
LEAST MONEY, FOR T H E
LEAST UPKEEP, THE GREAT­
EST POWER AND ENDUR­
ANCE THAT THE
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CHEVROLET
PRICE IS
$845.00 in Estacada
AND THE SUPPLY IS L I MI T E D
—So do not wait till too late!
‘ASK THEMAN WHO DRIVES ONE”
H. V. A D i x . D i s t r i b u t o r
O. D. E B Y
Attorney-at-Law
Oregon
M.J. KERKES
Livestock Buyer and Butcher.
Livestock of all kinds purchased.
Phone or see HENRY GITIIENS Currinsville.
CONFECTIONERY
Kodaks and Supplies
Rolls Developed Free Wfien Prints
jfre Ordered
Enlargements a Specialty
ED. B O N E R ’S
LAUNDRY AGENCY
Notice to Tobacco Dealers
The pending revenue bill will
no doubt b<£ passed before the
middle of February. All dealers
in cigars, tobacco and cigarettes
must ascertain the date of the
passage of the Act and inventory
their stock before commencing
business on the next day there­
after.
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Arrangements have been made
♦ to have the inventory blanks in
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In case dealers do not
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Closing Out Our
Stock of
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LIME AND SULPHUR
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AT A BIG DISCOUNT -ONLY A FEW
CANS LEFT!
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The
SODA
DRINKS
BOB’S PLACE
It. G. MAKCHISANK.
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ESTACADA. (IRE.
HEADQUARTERS
FOR
CIGARS
When in Line For a Tour­
ing Car or Truck
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Confidential Adviser
Oregon City,- -:-
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WATER
LUNCHES
Mrs. G. A. Lovell of Estacada
is the guest of her daughter,
Mrs. George Kitching, of 628
Tacoma avenue.
Mrs. L. Hale, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Kitching, and sister of
George Kitching, Mrs. Harley
Beal and Mrs. Andrew Shank-
land, all of Sellwood, was brought
from her home at Estacada to !
Good Samaritan Hospital, Thurs­
day, suffering from an acute at­
tack of appendicitis. An opera­
tion was fount! necessary, and
was performed the same day.
Sellwood Bee,
We are glad to learn that Mrs.
Hale is progressing nicely from
the effects of her operation.
Ed. News.
IS THE ONLY CAR IN ITS
CLASS TODAY
That will fill the requirements to
the best satisfaction.
General Practice
SODA
respectfully urge the city council
to consider this matter and get
the co-operation of our business
men. Let all personal grudges
and prejudices be sunk in the
furtherance of the common weal
of Estacada and so inaugurate a
social and commercial advance
that those beholding it shall ex­
claim “ Keep your eye on Esta­
cada!“
+ Store
ESTACADA PHARMACY
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W e Solicit a Liberal Share t>f Your Patronage
and W ill do Our
Best
to
“ M E R IT ”
it.
J. W. Reed Auto Co.
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Currinsville at the Top
In the Armenian Drive now in
progress Currinsville is the first
district to over-subscribe its quota
$64 being raised.
This is a fine
shown ng, which even Estacada
may not be able to beat.
$100 R e w a rd , $100
!
We Have Ford, Maxwell, Oak­
land, Velie and Chalmers in
Touring and Velie, Denby, Max­
w ell and Ford in Trucks.
Also see us for bargains in used
cars, and dont forget our repair
department is at your service
under the direction of our old
repair expert J. M. Me l t o n .
T h e r e a d e r s of th is p a p e r will be
p le a s e d to le a rn t h a t t h e r e is a t le a st
one d r e a d e d d ise a se t h a t science h a s
been a b le to c u r e In all Its s t a g e s a n d
t h a t is c a t a r r h . C a t a r r h being g r e a tly
Influenced by c o n s titu tio n a l c onditions
r e q u ir e s c o n s titu tio n a l t r e a t m e n t . H a ll's
C a t a r r h Medicine is t a k e n in te r n a lly a n d
a c t s t h r u th e Blood on th e M ucous S u r ­
fa c e s of th e S y s te m th e r e b y d e s tr o y in g
th e fo u n d a tio n o f th e d isease, g iv in g th e
p a tie n t s t r e n g t h by building up th e c o n ­
s titu tio n a n d a s s is tin g n a t u r e In d o ing its
w ork.
T h e p r o p r ie to r s h a v e so m u c h
f a ith In th e c u r a tiv e p o w e r o f H a ll's
C a t a r r h Medicine t h a t th e y offer O ne
H u n d r e d D o lla rs fo r a n y c a se t h a t It falls
to cure. Send for list of te stim o n ia ls.
A d d r e s s F. J. C H E N F .Y A CO.. Toledo.
Ohio. Sold by all D r u g g is ts , 75c.
present legislature in having
Washington’s birthday again
O. H.'Plnmmer, general mana­ made a legal holiday in the pub­
ger of the Pacific International lic schools of Oregon with a pat-
Live Stock Exposition, also a di­ 1 riotic program in the morning.
rector of the Portland public
schools, visited Washington’s Mr. Plummer has turned the
tomb 10 years ago and succeeded nuts over to the Danghters with
after crossing the old negro at­ th<* suggestion that true planting
tendant’s palm with silver, in be made a part of the exercises.
carrying away six nuts from the
Prof. Signs has written to see
black walnut trees surrounding if any are available for Estacada,
it. As soon as he returned to
Portland, these were planted, and if so they • will be planted
and one grew and attained a with appropriate ceremony on
height of 40 feet and bore this Washington’s birthday.
year a hundred pounds of nuts.
The Oregon State Chapter of Some members of the U. S
the Daughters of American Rev­ Fisheries bureau were in town
olution, have succeeded thro the Monday afternoon.
Walnuts from Mt. Vernon.