Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, January 13, 1921, Page Page Three, Image 3

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    Mr. and Mrs. Burt Moore have1 Ed Douglas has bought a new
leased the house belonging to Ed. 3>a ton Kleiber truck, of Wilcox
Bates, which is occupied by Ed. Bros. We are sorry to learn that
Douglas, and will move into it as he will shortly remove with his
family to Molalla.
soon as it is vacated.
The Estacada MeatCo
DRESSED HOGS
AND VEAL,
WANTfi
EVERY DAY.
M. J. KERKES
Estacada
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EASTERN CLACKAMAS NEWS
Thursday, January 13, 1921
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Want and fo r Sal*. Column
New U»e for Prunes
cents per line. Cash in advance
It is now the prune versus the
raisin, when it comes to mince
meat: In another industry the
west is challenging the east, and
that is in the manufacture of
mincemeat, made with prneè in­
stead of raisins.
At the Eugene plant of the
Oregon Growers Co-operative As­
sociation, a mincemeat is being
manufactured in which prunes
are being used, and from all ac­
counts of those who have tried
the Mistland prnne mincemeat,
it has far better taste than that
manufactured by eastern pack­
ing houses using raisins.
It is a fact, that practically all
the mincemeat sold in the west,
is mauufactured by the great
packing houses in the east. It is
also a fact, that when the Ore­
gon made product with its prunes
is compared with that manufac­
tured in the east, the home­
made mincemeat has tar the best
of it.
FOR SALE Fresh cow with
calf. Price $55.
E. T. Davis. ‘ Rt 1.
1-13
WANTED Some loads of barn
yard
tf.
FOR SALE Jersey-Guernsey
cow. fresh two weeks, heavy
milker, a snap. Inquire at the
2 Me grocery store.
1-6-13
LOST 2 year old red heifer,
with large hole in right ear.
1-6-13
Wm. Held,
Bissell, Ore.
LOST A Maxwell automobile
tire, between Estacada ana the
Kaake-Jubb sawmill. Finder
will please notify Wm. Kaake or
leave at thfe N ews office. 12-30-6
FOR SALE—Dragsaw with a
four horse engine, four saws
ranging from 4 to 7 feet, 150
feet of cable, cheap.
Phone
Redland 30 or write E. E. Lan­
kins, Estacada. Rt. 3. 1-6-13-20
of all H IG H -P R IC E D Goods, and w e
have Filled our Shelves w ith a Clean,
N E W STOCK a t TO D A Y ’S PRICES,
The
Call at N ew s ’
LOST Four thorough b r e d
Lincoln sheep. Reward. Finder
please notify Tom Watson, Rt. 3.
THIS STORE IS CLEAN™
A PR O N G IN G H A M S
manure.
office.
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D R E SS G IN G H A M S
A large variety of patterns, at per yard............. ......................................................
CHAM BRAYS
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C U R T A IN SCRIM
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B A N D A N N A H A N D K E R C H IE F S
SHO W S
Thursday Night
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AND
Saturday Nigh)
AS USUAL
B oys’ Suspenders 35 Cents
M en’s Suspenders, ex tra long 50c
— JUST ARRIVED. =
Kiln Dried E A S T E R N BUCK W H EAT in 10-pound sacks, We have increased our BULK
CO FFEE SALES 50 per cent in two weeks. CAM PFIRE BRAND 30c, 4 pounds for $1.00.
PEABERRY 35c. 3 pounds for $1.00.
WM. DALE
W e follow the m a rk et a t ...........
Repreaenting
The People’s Store
H. B. SN Y D E R
Our Motto
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Service.
F iratshow openH at7 p.m . »harp
Pricea: Adult« 25o, w ar tax 3o.
Children 10c, w ar tax lc.
W. E. LIN N , M anager.
C. E. K IL G O R E
HOLMAN & PACE
U ndertaker«, Kmhalmera and Funeral
D irector«, Oregon City.
STOCK ON HAND IN ESTACADA.
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