Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, September 25, 1919, Page Page Six, Image 6

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EASTERN CLACKAMAS NEWS
T hursday, Septem ber 25, 1 9 1 9
In a few days we will be able to
handle grain again in any quantities.
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W e have received cars to move the grain that
is now in our warehouse.
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The market on potatoes will soon be open and
we shall be able to quote you prices.
E S T A C A D A F E E D CO.
FEED
Branch Store at Viola.
GROCERIES . -
LUMBER
W e Believe “A Satisfied Customer is the B est A dvertisem ent."
LEE S. BRONSON
HARRY C. REID
MILTON D. EVANS
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RO YAL CORDS POPULAR
Standing on Broadway in Port­
land and watching the endless
stream of handsome automobiles
pass by is good enough enter­
tainment for any visitor to the
metropolis.
One thing that strikes such a
watcher is the predominance of
the Tinted States Royal Cord
tires mi the finest ears.
The
watcher will also note the same
predominance on the taxicabs
that mingle with rhe throng ot
passenger cars.
To tin' automobilist this popu­
larity of Royal Coni on these two
type of cars demonstrates that
this tire has made its reputation
not only as a tire suitable to the
purse of tin* wealthy, but also as
adapted to service of tin* rough­
est and most exacting nature,
for no vehicle gets harder ser­
vice than a Portland taxicab.
Royal Cords are built m > as to
be light and flexible, and at the
same time to stand hard usage.
It c o sts more to equip a car with
these tires than with ordinary
tir»*s. but they givesomany more
ifules that, reckoned on tin* bas­
is of inileige, they are cheaper
in th e end than ordinary tires.
Sold by Roy W ilcox,
Cascade Garage.
11. S. Sales and Service Depot.
Today and tomorrow the Jews
celebrate their New Year.
Charles Sparks and wife were
here yesterday, from Portland.
We wonder if the political bee
is buzzing in (1. B. Dimmick’s
bonnet.
Miss Elva Graham came over
from Portland Saturday, and vis­
ited her young friends until Sun­
day evening.
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Wagner
left on Monday for Tidewater,
where Mr. Wagner will hunt and
fish a few days.
The Clackamas County Fair,
October 1. 2, d and 4, is destined
to be the best one ever. Plan to
come with all the family.
Mrs. John Greenwood returned
to her home at Bull Run last
Sunday, after a week’s visit with
her sister Mrs. Tom Watson.
Mrs. (). E. Smith an d ’children
who have been visiting relatives
in Kansas and Mr. Smith in Den­
ver. Colo., arrived home last
Thursday evening.
Poultry fanciers ought to be
interested in the exhibit at the
Clackamas County Fair, as the
best birds in the county will be
there. A number of attractive
special prizes will be given to
the v inners.
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