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CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1928
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| CURRINSVILLE STORE PRICES j | land Mr. came and out Mrs. to Sam their Dunlop
ranch over the
| Home grown potatoes that are clean, dry and
week end and were dinner guests at
are really nice, by the sack, per pound....... lc I the J. C. Moreland home.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Anders and
This price is net cash to you
were shopping in Oregon
= Economy Coffee ................................................ 35c jj sonByron
§ Tunnells Special Coffee.................................... 45c = Mr. and Mrs. H. I,. Moreland were
| Pioneer Coffee with one Rose Glass............... 52c | out from Portland Sunday visiting
| Del Monte Coffee.............................................. 50c § with J. C. Moreland and family.
= Jelly, assorted flavors........................................ 10 n = Mildred Ayers was an over night
of Miss Janet Gilgan Monday.
5 Sugar, while stock lasts, net cash, per sack.. $ 5.85 = guest
and Mrs. Moore and son Leo
Don’t ask for sugar to be charged at this price. § j from Mr. Portland
= Fischers Very Best Flour, 49s............................ 1.85 | | at the H. G. and were G. Sunday
H. Hunt home.
| Pride of Waldo Hills Flour, 49s....................... 1.75 | Howard Hunt killed a large owl
| Grey Recleaned Oats, they are scarce, per ton 45.00 \ one evening this week that measured
| Cod Liver Oil, per gallon can............................ 1.65 \ 50 inches from tip to tip of wings.
Mr. Moreland of the Delph Creek
| Cod Liver Oil, per 5 gallon can....................... 7.50 \ trout
hatechery killed a large mink
Eggs are high, give your hens a chance.
Tuesday that was trying to catch the
Lowest Price Sedans |
Whippet Six Sedan............
Whippet Four Sedan .......
f. o. b. factory
CARS YOU’LL LIKE TO OWN
Dependable Used Cars and Implements
FOR SALE or trade for sheep— A G R E SH A M W INS FROM SANDY
young sow and 11 pigs. J. C. Gresham grids have the return
Kitching, R. 1, Estacadu. Phone game at Sandy on their list of con
u2 quests, the score being 13 to 0.
R A TES
. Sandy got off to a poor start and did
I not recover.
Ads. accepted for this column at 1
cent per word, minimum charge 25 FOR SALE— 18 fine spring geese.—
cents, three insertions for the price Mrs. Thos. Kubitza, Boring, Ore. P O S T O F F IC E TO REM AIN O P E N
of two. Cards of thanks, 50 cents. Phone 236.
o26 Boyd Summers, Swim Postmaster,
A bookkeeping charge of 10 cents is
has been instructed from Washing
made for ull classifieds not paid in FOR SALE— Black Jersey Giant ton to keep the postoffice open all
Cockerels; onelight farm wagon for year. John Allen, carrier, will take
cash ortrade for hogs. O. P. Califf the mail from Sandy to Swim and
For Sale—Farm Products R. I, Estacada. Phone 14-02. n2 way points.
FOR SALE— White Leghorn pullets
R IG G L E C H IC K E N E X P E R T
FOR SALE— Ginseng seed, Golden 13 weeks old, Hansen strain, test
Seal seed, also Golden Seal plants, ! ed for white diorrhea; $1 each. J. J. Higgles, Sandy, who is hauling
n2 cordwood at present, is a chicken ex
J. J. Marchbank, Estacada. s!4tf Riggle, Boring, R. 1.
pert, and spends five months of the
at Independence on the ranch of
For Sale—Real Estate year
GINSENG PLANTS for sale; two
One year Riggle helped
years old. W. R. Woodworth, Es FOR SALE— 40 acres, 10 acres clear the doctor brood
o!7 over 4 acres in strawberries; over gle raised 2000 oil 21,000
his father's place
1 acre in bulbs and lilies. This here since June.
For Sale—Farm Implements place
is a paying one. Old age
compels me to sell. The place must
Automobiles For Sale
One Iron Age potato planter for sale be seen to be appreciated. Alti
or will trade for cattle or sheep. P. tude 1600 feet. Fine view, good FOR SALE— 1928 Chevrolet coach,
W. Douglass, 1-2 mile below Cur, soil, no frost until November. Just only one month old, driven only by
ol9 right for berries and bulbs. 4H owners. Equipped with every ac
miles southeast of Sandy. E. C. cessory necessary. Still under ser
vice guarantee. Will sell at m sac
FORSALE— Tractor engine, 18 horsu Stone, R. 2, Boring.
rifice and take a used car in trade.
power, Buffalo-Pitts twin. Mrs. J
W. Wheeler, Boring, Ore.
It FOR SALE— 50 acre farm, 40 acres Can arrange for any terms neces
cleared, Stafford district. Joseph sary. Address 20-A, Clackama«
County News, Estacada.
USED CREAM SEPARATORS, gas Vana, 1291 E. 19th St. Portland.
engines, spreaders, drills, tractors.
ROADSTER with all-steel
Hessell Implement Co., Gresham. FOR SALE—Over eight million feet FORD
body, 1925 model with bal
first growth timber with land. loon tires;
one 1 1-2 horse power
Price right. Duke & Proctor, Fairbanks-Morse
cheap. Cooke Motor Co.
One large young sow, will farrow
around the 20th of this month with FOR SALE— 120 acres, 6 acres
second litter. Twenty-seven pigs, cleared, fair barn, running water. FOR SALE— The Home Restaurant,
just weaned. One male hog, one Lays well; in good berry section. Estacada, with or without the
year old. Price reasonable. P. W Price $20 per acre, half down, bal building. Inquire at the Restaur
Douglass, 1-2 mile below Currins- ance on terms. Duke & Proctor,
o!9 Sandy, Oregon.
FOR SALE— Household furniture; E,
FOR SALE 2 year old brood sow;
L. Power, Sandy. Phone 231. It
O. I. C., 2 shoats, about 150 lbs.
each. T. E. Hammerby, Route 1, FOR RENT—Sleeping room adjoin
Phone 14-211, Estacada.
ing bath. Phone 47-13, Estncada,
NURSE for all occa.
REGISTERED Shropshire ram, $16.! Oregon.
anywhere. Mrs. A.
Enquire Joe Weiderholt, Phone
Lost and Found
For Sale— Cheap; Team, weight about
cow, mouse colori PLAIN SEWING and dress making
1450 each. A. H. Miller, Phone FOUND—Jersey
6 years old; owner call one- neatly and quickly done at reason
half mile east of Kelso store. May able prices. Children’s sewing a
FOR SALE— One brood sow and 8 have cow by paying for this ad. specialty. Mrs. Wiley Howell,
pigs; also one eight-weeka old pig. M. H. Guldensopf.
M. Chase, Springwater.
The Big White Store
Edison Mazda Lamps
— = We have just taken the agency for the ED ISO N M AZDA LAM P
EE = which is one of the best lamps that are on the market, and every
E lamp is guaranteed. Any size you may want from 15 to 200 watts.
Six 40, SO and 60 W a tt L am p, in a C arton for $1.50
Eagle Creek, Oregon
S. & S. HARDWARE
Careful and discerning buying—small overhead expense — quick turnover
with small profits—light, clean store and new fresh merchandise—courte
ous and obliging service—brings more and more satisfied customers into our
store. The few prices quoted in our ads. are not “bait”—but are samples
of our every-day low prices for cash.
COME OUR WAY AND BE CONVINCED
American Wonder, clean, Canned corn is advancing Spreadwell, pure cane and
in price on account of this maple; Pint Bottles
and good for winter use. year’s
short pack. Buy
Gold Bar fancy
Minn. White, 2 cans for
Libby’s Veal Loaf
White Ribbon, Cudahy’s
best, 8 -lb. buckets
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POTATO DIGGING TIME
Potato Forks—well made and
Good Used Sacks—
servicable, very cheap at....... 95*
Sperry’s Highest Grade; 49
Hard Wheat Patent, 49
pound sack ........................$ 2 .0 0
pound sack........................ $ 1.85
PRIDE OF WALDO HILLS—
Family Patent, 49-lb. sack $ 1.95
24-lb. sack.......................... $ 1.00
Buy your winter’s supply now.
Contrary to the early estimates of the apple crop, there will be a shortage of
apples this winter. Exports of Oregon and Washington apples is larger by
far than in previous years. Put a few boxes in your cellar, garage or store
room now, they will taste mighty good this winter. We have about 100 boxen
of orchard run Canadian Reds, a hard, juiev apple which will keep well until
late winter or early spring and are at their best then. Per box, only .. $ 1 .0 0
KINGS and NORTHERN SPYS; packed boxes, fancy and large sizes
Per b ox.............................................................................. $ 1.35 to $ 1.50
will soon be here. Order your pumpkin pies and
P IE S, D O U G H N U T S AND CA K ES J U S T LIKE M O TH ER S
We Sell for Less
M em ber Affiliated Buyers Association
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Lv. Clack’max 7:00 a. m. 9:20 a. m. 5:20 p. m. 7:46
Ar. Fortland 7:36 a. m. 9:55 a. m. 6:00 p. m. 8:30
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