Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, January 06, 1921, Page Page Three, Image 3

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    EASTERN CLACKAMAS NEWS
Thursday, January 6, 1921
D. H. Brown o f Portland, who I ftdF The W. C. T. U. meets
owns two blocks north o f th e! at the home of Mrs. J. P. Woodle
school campus, was in lown y e s - on Thursday, January 13th, at
terday looking after his property.! 2:30 p. m.
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The Estacada MeatCo
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E s ta c a d a
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DRESSED HOGS
AN D VEAL,
EVERY DAY.
M . J. 1 iER KES & C o.
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O re g o n
Paso Three
Choosing His Career.
P llly’s father plays golf. Hilly I»n’»
big enough yet to swing the sticks,
hut he has definite Ideas about what
he will do when he becomes a blr
man. like his father.
Billy’s playmates and boon com
pardons are Eugene and Gladys. Hilly
Is one of those little chaps that loot
ahead and arrange things for the fu
Hire. And th's I* Hilly’s future:
“ Eugene and l ait going to marry
Gladys." said IMlIv the other day
"Hut I won’t he around home much
I’ll he away most of the time phiyip
golf."
ndn to Conserve Timber.
* oe timber of India will be ope,«.,-
ed upon a gigantic system of conserva­
tion. None but the large timber will
be cut nt any time, and ilu* methods
of logging iImt will be selected will lie
sure the least damage to the smalle*
trees • This Is possible In tlc,< v » m e
try. as It has never been possible In
America, owing to the title to the tim­
ber being vested In the state, so that
thi operations can he conducted hy
the state on one national system, which
will Insure a perpetual source of rev­
enue from the forest wealth.
A Dreadful Ordeal.
" I ’ll hot you’re glad to get home
from the war.”
"I thought I would he. hut 1 wish
now I were back again In the
trenches."
"W hy?"
“ I’m soared to death.
Everywhere
I go people want mo to make
speeches about the war."
Luxurious Modern Life.
“ I suppose your motto Is ‘ Make hay
while the sun shines.’ " remarked the
summer hoarder who tries to he
genial.
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“ It used to he." answered Farmer
Corntossel. "lint lately I have been a
little bit on refill not to mention sun­
shine for fear the hired man won If.
Insist on bavin’ extra help to hold ni
umbrella over him while lie worked •
In Doubt.
"H ow ’s your garden getting along?"
" I f the green things coining up nr*
flowers. It’s fin e; If they’re weeds, It’*
terrible."
Not Far Off
Harold and Hurry are twins, otu*
day Harry came Into the house vvh <*
tils mother was upstairs.
Thinking
It
was
Harold,
she
culled: “ Is flint you. Harold?"
"No. inumimi.” rcpli ed Harry, “ but
I’m the next thing to him."
Overtime.
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Tenderfoot— When the clock strikes
18 wluit time Is It?
Second Class Scout— I really don't
know. What?
Tenderfoot—Tim e for the clock to
be fixed.— Hoys’ Life.
W ant and F o r Sale C o lu m n
^ cents per line. Cash in advance
FOR SA LK — Fresh cow with
calf. E. T. Davis, Rt. 1.
1-6
W ANTED
Some loads of barn
yard manure.
Call at N ews ’
o f f i c e . ___________ t f.
FOR SALK- One Durham hull
cheap.
Charley Merlike,
El wwood, Oregon.
12-28 6
LOST Four thorough b r e d
Lincoln sheep. Reward.
Finder
please notify Tom Watson, Rt. 3.
FOR SALE Jersey-Guernsey
cow, fresh two weeks, heavy
milker, a snap. Inquire at the
2 Me grocery store.
1-0-13
LOST —2 vear old red heifer,
with large hole in rijrht ear.
1-6-13
Wm. Held,
Bissell, Ore.
FOR SALE Two heifera, one
Holstein, the other Durham, will
be fresh in January, or will trade
for sheep. J. A. McComb, Rt. 2
1-6
LOST A Maxwell automobile
tire, between Estacada ana the
Kaake - Jubb sawmill. Finder
will please notify Wm. Kaake or
leave at the N e w s office. 12-30-6
FOR SALE - DragBaw with a
four horse engine, four saws
ranging from 4 to 7 feet, 150
feet of cable, cheap.
Phone
Redland 39 or write E. E. Lan­
kins, Estacada, R t 3.
1-6-13-20
FORSALE 4 ) 4 acres. '4 mile
from Estacada, some improve­
ments. Will take used Ford in
part payment, Lij?ht Delivery
preferred.
Matt Park,
Estacada. Ore.
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