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EASTERN CLACKAMAS NEW
Thursday, October 9, 1919
REM EM BER!
THE ESTACADA PHARMACY
IS HEADQUARTERS FOR THE
Always given satisfaction. None
— better. «—
We wish to call the attention of the public to the fact that we have added to our
shop equipment an Oxyacetylene Welding outfit, and a Burning in and Running in
block for Ford engines.
The ^ & K O l SJL Store ~
We have also been fortunate in adding to our force of mechanics, Mr. Sam Barr,
whom everybody will remember as one of the most competent iron workers in the
country and does a general work in that line. With the assistance of Mr. Clyde
Schock and Mr. Melton in charge, who knows your car from the radiator to the tail
light, regardless of the make, we invite your patronage and guarantee first class work.
! WILL BUY YOUR CATTLE. STOCK HOGS,
FAT HOGS, VEAL, SHEEP AND FRESH
If You Have Any, Let
I Also Buy Dressed Hogs
M . J. K E R K E S
REFD & SHI BLEY
1215 Hazelferne St., Portland. Oregon.
Telephone: Tabor 4123
Call on Henry Githens at Currinsville, if you
have any livestock for sale.
“The Turn in the Road ’
ALL K ifw S AND SUPPLIES
GET HUNTING AND FISHING
.............LICENSES H ER E...............
CONFECTIONERY, ICECREAM AND TOBACCO
ED. B O N E R ’S
New» Stand and Laundry Agency.
M. E. Church
There will he services both morning
and evening next Sunday at 1! :00 a. m.
and 8 p. m. Sun iay School at 10:00
a. m., Young People’s Meeting V t 6:30
p. rn. Everyone cordially invited to
attend these sendees.
J. F. Dunlop, Pastor.
i.* ' -
Family Theatre, Thursday
Night, Oct. 9th..
Who and What is God? Does
he visit upon man afflictions as
well as blessings? Paul Perry,s
faith in the orthodox God was
blasted when his young wife died,
and he went in search of the True
God and sank to the depths of
degradation. How his own child
led him into the light of Truth is
told in a drama of pathos and
humor, thrills and climaxes that
stir th e deepest emotions. A
beautiful story of the’ power of
Love over Hate, and the simple
faith of a child that overcame
Fear and Unbelief.
(Continued from page 6)
5. Endowm ent at Age 62.
6. O rdinary Life.
Applications are being received by
the liureau ot W ar Itiak insurance
lor changing the present term iiiaur-
ance, which was issued at the time of
entering the service, into the perm a
Ten features which prom inently
stand out in ttie governm ent policy
are as follows:
1. The total perm anent disability
clause is granted without cost to the
insured and it is free from all restric
2. G overnm ent insurance does not
charge its policy holders any over
3. It contains an extrem ely liberal
definition of disability.
4. It gives very substantial pay
5. It contains no age restrictions.
6. It is unrestricted as to travel,
residence or occupation.
7« Prem ium s paid in advance are
refunded down to the m onth, in case
8. The policy is non-taxable.
b. Unusually liberal cash, loan,
paid up insurance and extended lerm
insurance values are included.
10. It participates in dividends.
If the policy holder is unable to
keep the full am ount of the War Risk
insurance he carried while in the
service, he may reinstate part of *ii
from $1,000 up to $10,000 in m ulti
ples of $500. Reductions may he
made in m ultiples of $500 to any
am ount, but not less than $l,ooo.
Prem ium s are due on the first of the.
month, although payments may be
inad*> during the calendar month.
What Happened to K i t t y .
Grandma laid come for a long visit
ami mother went to tin* city for a
week, leaving the children in grand*
mu’s care. On flit* second day of her
absence Paul was restless, as the
others were at school, :»•»<! he wanted
some one to play wl.e 4
"Why don’t yon piny with that cute
little kitten you had when I was here
last?” asked grandma.
“I ain’t got no little kitten," answer
‘‘Mercy me! W hat's happened to
him? I »id lie run away or get killed?”
"Nope, lie ain’t killed or losled; he's
growed Into a eat.”
S U m ítW
S YOUR HOUSE SIM ORDER
FOR THE COLD WET DAYS THAT ARE COM IPG?
How aboutt hat New
Bring in your old Windows and
Heating Stove or Range
for this winter.
.Fix up your Walls and Ceilings with our warm
Wall Papers and Deadening Felts
Stop ttie leaks in your roof with our
Rubtoeroid Roofing and
Elastic Roof Paint
have NF.W GLASS put in them
uj replace them with
New Windows or Doors
We carry EVERYTHING needed
A HOUSE, BARN or SHACK
(except the lumber)
and can furnish you all the Tools
BERT H. FINCH
with wqich to build,
a d a ,