Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, April 01, 1920, Page Page Three, Image 3

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    Thursday, April 1, 1920
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Machine Shop and Oxy-Acetylene Welding
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Plumbing, Tinning, Pipe Fitting and Repairs of all Kinds
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W inng-fittings and supplies
Irons and Heaters
Toasters and Hotplates
Sewing Machines and Vapuum Cleaners
W ash Machines, Etc.
MAZDA LAMPS—All sizes and colors
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of merchandise is on the way, with goods
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depelopment of a service which aims to be each year
better than before.
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Want and For Sale Column
5 cents per line. Cash in advance
BLASTING POWDER-Those
wanting Trojan stump powder,
see or phone E. Naylor,
4-8
Upper Eagle Creek, Or.
FOR SALE - Brood sow and
eight small pigs, Flemish Giant
and Heavy weight rabbits, two
S. C. W. L. roosters.
Eimon, Rt. 1. Box (>8. Colton.
Oregon.
3-25 4.1
CANDY BUSINESS. We sta rt
you, at home, or anywhere; ev­
erything furnished; $30 weekly
and up; men and women; experi­
ence unnecessary; Address
Specialty Candy m a k i n g Co..
Philadelphia. Pa. 5 S. 18th St.
3-25 5-13
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WANTED Place for fifteen
year old hoy to work.
Call
KimmePs or Mrs. Gribben. 4-1
FOR SALE Four fresh cows
or coming fresn. E. E. Erickson,
Currinsville, Oregon.
4-1
WANTED Wood cutters on
John Steinman’s place, four
miles northeast of Estacada.
Good timber and good ground to
work on, owner, C. H. Sloop, 2
miles'east of Boring. P. O. ad­
dress, Boring, Ore.
3-25 4-15
FOR SALE Wagon, team and
harness, cheap.
See John Marshall, Rt. 2, Box 8.
3-25 4 1
FOR SALE
Fine cabbage,
cauliflower and tomato plants.
4-8
W. H. Holder.
FOR SALE OR TRADE 100
acres, 12 miles from Estacada,
*in government reserve, good
buildings, 8 acres cleared, 1 acre
of orchard, known as the Fan ton
place. Make offer to P. O. Box
790, Astoria, Ore.
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If you are looking for a house
to live in, call on the Cary Real
Estate Co. We have a good list
at the right prices and easy
terms.
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FOR SALE Good wood wagon
hack, disc, lister, plows, stump
puller, hay fork and rope, scald­
ing trough and kettle, cook stove
and milk cans, horse collars.
Bletch Ranch. It
FOR SALE R. 1. Red eggs,
$1.00 per setting. Also a Mel-
otte separator, capacity 600 lbs.,
in excellent condition, fast and
easy, $65.00. J. W. Moxley,
Morrow Station.
4-1-8
FOR SALE Registered brood
sow will farrow May 15. Or 1
will trade for good fresh cow and
pay the difference. Also seven
stands of bees, will sell singly or
altogether. W. K. Corbin.
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