Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, August 05, 1920, Page Page Three, Image 3

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    EASTERN CLACKAMAS NEWS
T hursday, A ugust 5, 1920
Odd Fellows Will Meet
Want and For Sale Column
Estacada Lodge No. 175, 1. O.
O. F., will meet in regular ses­
sion Saturday evening at 8 p.m.
Visiting brethren al ways wel­
come.
R. S. L
, Noble Grand.
J. K. E ly , Secretary.
Why the Electric Cleaner?
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Water Users Attention !
Water for irrigation
May be u sed from
6 to 8 A. M. and
from 7 to 9 P.M. each
day.
VIOLATIONS OF THESE
REGULATIONS WILL
BE PROSECUTED
By Order Common Council.
H. BOYER,
City Marshall.
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There is really no comparison between the ease
and thoroughness with which an Electric Cleaner
removes dirt and the difficulty of sweeping.
True, one CAN clean rugs and carpets wthout an
electric cleaner. A broom or carpet sweeper will brush
up SOME of the dirt; and if you like the exercise and
have plenty of time and strength a broom and a carpet
beater will do the work after a fashion.
In the same way one can wash without soap,
Water alone will remove some dirt if applied with
enough “elbow grease.”
But people use soap because it cleans more easily
and better than water alone.
For the same reason people use Electric Cleaners
because they clean more easily and far better than other
methods.
ELECTRIC STORE
ELECTRIC BUILDING.
BUY YOUR ELECTRIC GOODS AT AN ELECTRIC STORE
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An ad. in the N e w s always
I f vou wish to be locally in­
formed subscribe for the N e w s . bring good results.
More Business!
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Compells us to buy a
Ford. W e can now
take in more territory
and deliver your goods
most any place a Ford
can go.
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PHONE YOUR ORDERS
Our Motto Is Service
The People’s Store
H. B. SNYDER, Proprietor
> cents per line, (’ash in advance
FOR SALE Five acres of
cleared land, cheap.
Mrs. Grace McKenney,
8 5-12
Estacada Heights.
LOST Suit Case on road be­
tween Estacada and Springwater.
Finder kindly n o t i f y Sidney
Smith, Estacada, Route 2. It
CONTRACT TO LET for log­
ging at $6.00 per M.
Bittner & Boy lan Shingle Co.
Phone Estacada. Ore.
8-5-12
FOR SALE Good general
work horse, Estacada, Ore.
8-5-12-19-26 K. C. H
.
FOUND On the road between
Gladstone a n d Springwater a
kodak. Owner can obtain infor­
mation about it by calling at this
office.
8-5ff
FOR SALE One good Berk­
shire brood sow. Will farrow
August 20. Also two Chester
White S-months’-old shouts. In­
quire Joseph De Shaaer or phone
Sandy 180.
FOR SALE A Holstein bull,
one year and a half old and in
good condition. E. E. Erickson,
Rt. 1. Currinsville, Ore. 8-5-12
FOR SALE About five tons of
timothy and clover hay, at the
Lloyd Yocum place. Any fair
offer accepted. Fred Hull. 8-111
FOR SALE Two very desir­
able lots for sale in Estacada
close to school, 100x100. Make
me an offer. E. G. B arger ,
828 East Kelly St..
7-29-8-5-12 Portland, Oregon.
FOR SALE A 5-year-old dark
bay driving or saddle mare, fine
traveller, weight about 950 lbs.
A bargain at $75.00 if taken at
once. Write or see. Also Bees
and Honey. J. B. B
,
7-29-8-5
R. 1, Estacada.
WOOD FOR SALE. 16-inch .
old fir. Dry. Delivered at Es­
tacada $7.25.
Phone
T. B. Y
,
7-29-8-5-12-19
Garfield.
FOR SALE Good work horse.
Mrs. A. L. Baker,
one mile east of the Grange Hall.
Eagle Creek.
7-15-tf
FOR SALE First-class green
cut wood, 16 inch. On road.
Matt Anderson,
7-22-29-1
Rt 1, Bx50A.
FOR SALE - Slab wood. Leave
ordersat McWillis’ grocery store.
7-22-29 8-5-12 W m . P erry .
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