Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, February 01, 1917, Image 8

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Want and For sale Column
> cents per line. Cash in advance
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FOR S A L E
Three inch wag­
on. Price $40. Call at Closners
Mill.
H. Wink.
Eatacada.
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* Undertaking and Embalming :
L. A. Chapman
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FOR S A L E — Two Barred Rock *
Roosters tine stock. Bargain.
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A . N . Orke, Eagle Creek.
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Estacada
Licensed Embalmer
Phone
Store or Residence
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FOR S A L E or T R A D E Peta­
luma 120 egg
incubator and
Brooder.
Call or Phone Mrs.
The Literary Society o f G a r-!
J. R. Hughes, Currinsville.
field School District will hold its j
and
S urgeon
Office Adjoining Residence
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Local arid lA>ng Distance Telephone
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The doctor’ s phone can he connected with your
home phone at night if requested
One long ring
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Summons
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
* FOR S A L E — Glass churn, com­ next meeting at the Garfield i STATE OF OREGON FOR THE
Grange Hall, Saturday ev en in g ,1
plete.
Inquire at News Office.
COUNTY OF CLACK AM a S.
Feb. 3rd at 7:30.
Henry V. Adix, M. D.
P h y s ic ia n
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Operating
Hearse and Morgue
PROFESSIONAL CAROS
Dr. L. A. Well«
j
Dentist
The program
FOR S A L E — A
fine
Bronze
F. D. Haynes and J. M. Traxler,
for the evening will consist o f a
Plaintiffs i
Turkey gobler, 2 years old in
vs
Plaintiff, A. O.
May. Call or phone Mrs. A. 0 . Mock Trial.
C. L. Gray, single, S. W. Harris
Whitcomb;
Defendant, Ernest
Whitcomb, Garfield.
Associated with Dr. H. V'. Adix
and [Jane Doe] Harris, his wife,
SE E D CORN Minnesota No.
13, in any quantity, at 6c per
pound. If you want to get any
good seed corn, better see me
before Feb. 5th.
John Ely, Currinsville.
Amacher; Prosecuting Attorney,
Defendants. !
H. B. Davis; Attorney for D e­ To C. L. Gray, S. W. Harris and [Jane
Doe] Harris, his wife. Defendants.
fence, Walter Markwart.
The
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meetings o f this society are open *n 6ie
the State ot Oregon, you
arid all are welcome.
A POSER FOR THE JUDGE.
FOR SA L E
One Thorough-j
bred Duroc Jersey Sow.
Had j Th« Way th« Accused Put th« Css« Up
to th« Court.
one litter of 10 pigs.
Writing o f Polish temperament and
W K. Corbin, R. 1, Eatacada.
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and each o f you are hereby required to
appear and answer the complaint filed
against you in the above entitled cause
on or before February 22, 1917, that
being a date more than six weeks after
the date o f the first publication o f this
summons upon you, and if you fail to so
appear and answer, for want thereof,
plaintiffs will apply to the Court for the
relief prayed for in their complaint: for
Judgement against C. L. Gray and S. |
W. Harris in the sum o f $2350.00 with
interest from December 11, 1913 at
6 per cent per annum, the further sum ,
j o f $200.00 as attorney's fees together I
with their costs and disbursements h e re -!
in; that the mortgage recorded in Boofc ,
87 page 330 Mortgage Records o f Clack­
amas County, Oregon, be decreed a first
and valid lien on the following property
in Clackamas County, Oregon;
The-
NE 1-4 o f the SE 1-4 o f Sec. 28, T. 3 S., I
R. 4 E. W. M.; also a 20 ft. »tv ip: be - 1
ginning at the government corner stone
located at NE corner o f NE 1-4 o f the
S K 1-4 o f Sec. 28, T .3 S ., R. 4 E. W. M.;|
thence West 1280.04 feet to the point o f j
beginning; thence North 1155 fe e t;,
thence West 20 feet; thence South 1155j
feet ; thence East 20 feet to the place
o f beginning and as security for said .
judgement; that said mortgage lien he j
duly foreclosed and said property s o k l'
as by law required and to satisfy the ,
Several sums adjudged due plaintiff in
the premises; that the defendants and
each o f them be forever barred and
foreclosed o f all right, title, estate, lien i
or interest in or to said property or any j
part thereof and for such other a n d ;
further relief as to the Court seems
meet in the premises.
This summons is served upon you
by publication thereof by order o f the
Hon. J. U. Campbell, judge o f the
above entitled Court, which order is
dated January 9, 1917.
Date o f the
first publication is January 11, 1917 and
date o f last publication is February
22, 1917.
W. D. FREEMAN,
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Attorney for Plaintiffs.
talent. Sidney Whhiuun la “ Thing« 1
Remember“ ha« an amusing story o f a
blight Polish Jew who traded in
.'hemicals. He was brought before the
!a\v courts tor selling poison wi.hout
fulfilling the legal enactm *nts bearing
on sueh trausac ions.
The magistrate proceeded to read
out the charge when the Jew sudden
ly interrupted him with the questiou
FOR SA L E New 50 tooth two j “ Excuse me. Mr. President. Do you
understand anything about chenil
section iron harrow, $S.
cai»r*
J. A. Somer, Kstacada.
“ Mr. 8., the expert, is here In that
rapacity/' replied the Judge.
F O R S A L E One full-blood Du - 1 “ And you. Mr. 8..*’ queried tbe Jew
“do you understand an\tiling about
roc Jersey Sow.
Has had one
law?"
litter of ten pigs.
“ You have Just heard from bis
W. K. Corbin. R. 1, Kstacada. worship that 1 am an expert iu chein
leals. if you want to know anything
F O R S A L E Hand-picked seed about law please address yourself to
the Judge.”
Beans. The Gills Reliable.
“ 1 usk you, Mr President, Just to
W. K. Corbin.
R .l.
Kstacada. consider the case for one moment.
You are the judge o f the court and ad
FOR SALE
Young Cow, ju st; uilt that yoli do not understand any
fresh. $45. Inquire News Office thing about chemicals, and the expert
tells us that be does not know any
o -C h a s. Kitching, Currinsville.
thing about law. And l. a poor Jew.
am expected to l«e land Jar both with
the law and with cheml a Is. Now.
Goo«« Fat.
Mr President. J ask you how you can
Goose far utaUes excellent pastry that possibly convict me?*'
is absolutely free from any flavor of
tbe bird or of the onion stuffing. The
Spoiled Hi« Sp««ch.
pastry turn« out light and “ abort**
“ When 1 rose to si**ak it was ao still
w hen this sort of iat is used. A Bel j In the hall you could have beard a pin
giun recipe is as follows: Throw all the j drop.”
fat left after dm wing the goose Into
“ Yes?”
tv Id water with a little salt as soon as I “ Well, I stood there for a moment
the goose is drawn. When the bird is ! looking out ov lr the audience and fram
b a r done ladle off some of the drlpptuu In g my tirst sentence, and I am sure
before if browns or become» strong and that I should have been able to get
as ihe roasting proceeds leave only along all right, but Just before I bad
enough dripping in the pan to baste got ready to utter my first word some
with. .Next day put tbe dripping, with fool In the back end o f the hall yelled
the fresh fat. In a stew-pan. with slices ” I.*Hider !”
of apple, and onion if approved. Add
salt and |feppei
When done clear it
aud strain it Into a jar Cover It and
Daily Delivery
keep it in a cool place.
FOR SA L E 4 Cows. You can
select them from the herd of 15.
4 with calf, 4 just fresh, some
coming fresh soon. Prices rea­
sonable.
Edward Still,
Eagle Creek.
At It Night and Day.
“ My daughter Is a wonder at the
piano “ said the proud father.
“ That's so.
for
Wonders never
• east* «aid fhe man who occupied tbe
■dlolning flat Boston Transcript
Powtrful Mind
“ So Srubkins has a nind o f bis ownT
“ 1 «bottld s ir he bas And you ougb*
to see her use it." Chit ago Herald
MILK
C&
CREAM
Absolutely rich, pure milk, from well eared for,
(train and ensilage fed Jersey cow*
Phone vour wants the night before and we will make
delivery
early
the
next
morning.
Whether you are a regular customer or not. feel free to call upon ua,
when in need o f extra milk or cream
C. R. Lovell
P h y s ic ia n
and
S urgeon
Tests Eyes and Fits Classes
Office on Main Str. between 1st and 2nd
Residence:
Main and 5th Sts.
Telephone Connection
Claude W. Devore
Attorney Jit-Law *rd Notary Public
Estacada,
J O H N
Oregon.
B R O W N
The Insurance Man
O re gon Fire Re lief Ass’n
O f McMinnville, Oregon.
A Do First Class O LD LIN E Insurance.
Automobile Insurance A Specialty
Phone 513
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Gresham
Team Work, Mauling and Packing
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W o o d delivered, any amount or length.
TIE SHED
•' 10c per Rig.
W.
M. Yonre
Calendar
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Bible School— 10 A. M.
Preaching Services each Lord’s
Day at 11 A . M. and 7:30 P. M.
Choir Practise Tuesday evenings
at the church.
The public is most cordially in­
vited to worship with ns.
G. L. Drill
Minister
W. Givens
Assistant
M. E. CHURCH
Preaching Services every Sunday
at 11 A . M. and 7:30 P. M.
Sunday School at 10 A . M.
Service
Milk and Cream delivered at your door,
each morning between 5 and 6 o’ clock.
Phone
Dr. R. Morse
Currinaville
Prayer Meeting at 7:30
Thursday evening.
every
Young Peoples’ Endeavor League
meets every other Sunday at
6:30 P. M ., with the League
meetingon alternate Sundays at
the Estacada Christian Church.
All are invited to attend divine
services with us.
Rev. Henrv Spiess, Pastor.