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WÄST UNO FOR SALE SOS
T H E UNIVERSAL CAR
To accept Ford performance unquestionably is a
privilege that all Ford owners have long enjoyed.
But now, in addition to its known reliability, the
Ford car offers new beauty of body design with in
creased comfort, convenience and utiliiy.
People who could readily afford to pay more, are
welcoming today’s Ford with hearty enthusiasm.
Its popularity is greater now than ever in the past
among all classes.
See the smart looking cars and inspect the many
new features which add the final touch to the en
joyment of Ford ownership.
For .Sale— K nitting machine in
good condition, $50; will give three
l(. sons free to purchaser. Call at
D enny’s B arber Shop, E stacada, Ore.
For Sale— A fine fresh cow and a
large Chester W hite brood sow, reg
istered. R. I/. Millard, one and t
half miles southeast Springw ater.
For Sale— Straw , $7 per to n ; oat
hay, $14 per ton; vetch and oats, $15
per ton. Phono Redland 20-16. Oli
ver Guber, E rtacoda, Ore.
M arcelling done at popular prices
a t the Union B arber Shop by ap
pointaient. Call 13-11. Lena Un-
For Sale— Assorted Burbank and
A merican W onder potatoes; straw
berry and raspberry plants, at Kjn-
ney & Lam berron place, opposite
Garfield G range hall.
W ant to buv a cow,
F or Sale— 1400-lb. horse, or trad e
fo r good milch cow. Mrs. A. C. G er
ber, route 3, Estacada.
Mrs. G. E. Law rence w ent to
Portland F riday m orning and visit
ed relatives until Sunday night.
The H. C. Stephens residence on
Terrace Addition has been improved
by new cem ent walks.
C. D. L o u retette of Oregon City,
who was operated on a t a Portland
hospital last week, is progressing
Mrs. P erry Cahill, J. A. Willey and
\X. L. M aplethorp drove over from
Bridal Veil, where they are working,
to spend the week-end with their
families a t this place.
Mr. and Mrs. John Irvin went to
Portland last W ednesday to attend
the stock show, retu rn in g the next
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Sparks w ent
to P ortland last S aturday morning
and visited reltaives and friends un
til Sunday night,
Mrs. Jake Moss, who is now stay
ing in P ortland, where she has em
ployment, spent the week-end wl.h
her fam ily here.
Harold B etts of Milwaukie spent
the week-end a t the T. J. Reagan
home visiting his children, who are
now making th eir home with their
grandm a and grandpa.
Bob Cooke, while repairing an
automobile one dgy last week, ran
a sharp pointed piece of gteel in his
right wrist, puncturing the large ar-
Mrs. R. R. Cooke drove to P o rt'
land last F riday to atten d a lunch
eon a t the home of a friend. She
was accompanied to P ortland by Mrs.
A. E. Sparks and Mrs. N. B. Ecker.
Among the P ortland visitors last
Friday from this place were Mrs.
Ted Ashlerg, Mrs. D. Eshlenian, Mrs,
C. F. Howe, Mrs. Tom C a rter and
Mrs. H. L. LaB arre.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. T racy p u r
chased an improved model Ford
touring car from the Bob Cooke Mo
to r company last week. Mr. Tracy
had his new car equipped with a
Miss Leila Howe, who Is now a t
tending the state norm al a t Mon
mouth, came home F rid ay evening
of last week and visited her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Howe, until Sun-
Is the only reason for keeping cows. To make*
this profit they must be fed correctly. Your
own oats, if ground and mixed with either 25
per cent oil meal or 33 1-3 per cent cocoanut
meal makes a balanced ration. We can grind
your oats and sell you the oil or cocoanut meal.
It is good practice to mix some mill run with
COMPLETE STOCK GROCERIES
W e buy, sell or trade most kinds of farm produce
Estacada Feed Store
RHUBARD IN W INTER
-heep obtainable. E xperts were sent
to the exhibition a t Wembley, E ng
By C. T. Gregory.
W'ant practical nursing, house
It is easy to grew rheubard it land, where anim als from all over
work, or w hat have you? Mrs, M. A-
the cellar as I found to my surpris- the world aro exhibited. From there
Haacke, E stacada, Rte. 2, or phone
last w inter, and furtherm ore, t- the experts came to Madras, Oregon,
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produee more ten d er and juicj where they purchased the sheep they
stalks than ever are produced ou wanted. They described the Oregon
N O TICE— Any one wishing their
doors. Imagine harvesting ever, a n im a l as the hardiest of any they
clothes cleaned and pressed • phone
week in F eb ru ary and in Marcl had been able to find, with the larg
Miss L au ra Douglas, 58— 6. 10-29 4t
from fo u r to six pounds of fin est fram es and carrying the highest
| P ointer's F u rn itu re Exchange, the
rhubard from roots growing in : grade of wool.
The sale of the Oregon sheep is
' place to get w hat you w ant and
b arrel and two boxes in the cellar.
e r evidence of the possibilities
sell w hat you don’t w ant.
The beginning of this venture wa
more or less the resu lt of a strok- of this state. We have the lum ber,
LOANS on farm s 6 per cent. No
of luck by which I obtained si. the grains, the dairies, the vegeta
City loans monthly
large rhubard roots last fall. A fte bles, the fru its, the cattle, the fish
plan. Oregon City A bstract Co.
and millions of dollars of other re
a ra th e r sharp freezing during th
la tte r p art of Novem ber the root: sources. A nd we can grow w hat the
MONEY TO LOAN. We have plenty
were tran sfe rred to the cellar an< Russian experts found to be the
of money to loan on farm s at 6
WHOLE GRAIN ROASTED COFFEE, pound
laid in a single layer in a barrel ant best sheep in the world.
per cent— from one to tw enty
RED STAR COFFEE, ground, package
two boxes. Enough d irt to covt
years. No commission on large
BLUE STAR CO FFEE, ground, package
Although it is#a common practice
barely the roots was throw n ove
loans. See S. E. W ooster, E sta :a-
GASOLINE, in your autom obile, gallon
them and worked in around them in some of the rain y w in ter districts
GASOLINE, in your barrel, gallon
Sand or ashes might a'so have bee: of Oregon to leave dairy cows out
Any g irl in trouble may communi
in the rain, they are b etter off un
W ESTERN OIL, q u art .........................................................
cate with Ensign Lee of the Salva
EASTERN OIL, quart, 30c and ......................................................... 25c
One of the boxes was rath e r sha’. der shelter. I t takes good feed that
tion Army, a t the W hite Shield
PRIDE OF WALDO HILLS FLOUR, sack
low so a rough fram ew ork was con might b etter be used fo r production
Home, 565 M ayfair Ave., Portland,
MILL RUN ............................
structed over it to support an ok to keep them warm when exposed
9 20 tf
carpet throw n over the container to the w eather. The shelter is bet
ECONOMY MIXED F E E D
staiks produced are much long te r and less expensive th an the e x
ANYONE— W ishing
DAIRY DAISY ........................................................................................ *2.25
nriil r ®aests at
er and have a b etter color if growr tra feed.
made cake or b rea d ,.call Mrs. G. ...
f St ^ und*^ w cro in the dark. A bout Christmas tim
W. G uttridge, E stacada. Phone Mr anH
We Carry in Stock Cream S ep arato rs, Gas Engines.
G et our
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o i Vancou- the sprout 9 began to appear and b;.
Tram p— Lady, would you lend me
prices and terms.
S ,-' u , r' an d Mrs- M, H. the middle 0f Ja n u ary the first cro. a cake of soap? My p al’s got the
For Sale or Kent.
V,..“ K," n ° r *:.**
of thrce Poun,is wa* harvested. A hiccups a n ’ I w ant to scare Tm,’
WE ARE PAYING TODAY, MONDAY, FOR EGGS, 50c DOZEN
12 acres % mile cast of postofflee, ,an , ’ a n d . Wrs’ N'
Eeker. *n r - week la ter and each week
Estacada, Oregon. Savon buildings. an
rs' on®s are old-time Nebras- iarger crops have been picked.
J. M. C. MILLER
New house plastered, 2 acres in logan
s ° 1 e *-a r Y a °d Ecker
The rhubard is beautiful red witl
SANDY.—J . M. C. Miller, 71, old-
berries, Vi acre In blackcaps, 2 acres Lu™ les' ,
small yellowish leaves.
It is ex
time local resident, died Tuesday
C U R R 1N S V IL L E, OREGON.
fenced for chickens. Balance in pa t-
j *' an
ls ' ’
Rose drove to trem ely ten d er and practical); y de
night a t his home here as a resu lt of
are, all fenced. A. II. Fraley, Estacii-
¡ ^ , , 11 a,^’ ]^ lere they met vojd 0f th at stringiness so common
cancer. He had a small farm o u tsid .
H E L P S FOR T H E CAR O W N E R
o . . . a t Cwrfallis, Jt [ who can secure a few rhubard roots of town, b ut made his home here.
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Do you know th at d enatured al
FOR SALE—Plant your tulip beds was Miss Rose s birthday, and she which are a t least two years old will He was born in Pittsburgh, Pa., ir.
cohol makes one of the best a n ti iu October. Get your bulbs of Mrs.
1854. Survivors include his widow,
freeze solutions for your radiator? C. A. Jocques. GOc per dozen.
iv e n t u T h T
\° Culebuate the rtnd th a t * will pay to transplant Emma B ennett Miller, and threz
oth er relatives ,>artntS’ *3rothers and them into
A 20 per cent solution of alcohol
. a barrel . in . a . warm cellar.
, , grandchildren. One of his grand-
with the addition of a small am ount TEN ACRES for sale by owner, V4
Paul Syron, son of Mr. and Mrs Ju ° Y
d e t e r s , Drusilia Je an
Mrs. them once in a while Abe M artin made hor home
from tim e to tim e is sufficient to mile south of Estacada depot, 1 cere
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protect your rad iato r from freezing of logon berries. ' 2 acre of straw ber- birthday last Saturday afternoon by
in w eather as low as 10 below zero.
As the rainy season sets in. a lib
place. For price and particulars ad- his home. Games were played, and ..¡a^ g friends
eral application of oil on all ex
dress Estacada R. F. D. 2, Box 2.
iha boy.? had a delightful time. Txvo I
LADIES’ AID SHOW
posed bearing parts will save the
----------------------------------------------------- large birthday cakes, ic? cream, sal-
A moving picture a t the Liberty
extra w ear caused by mud and w a
FOR SALE —One large Prim rose ad and sandwiches were served by
THE BEST ,
th e ate r tonight is u nder the auspi-
cream separator, almost new, with two P au l’s mother,
One thousand Oregon sheep are | ces of the Ladies’ Aid of the M. E.
(2) ten-gallon cream cans, cheap.
The M. E. church of this place has on th eir way to Russia, sold by an church. This picture was shown last
been thoroughly cleaned and t h e j
company to the Russian gov- night, and those atten d in g said it
floor newly varnished. T here was a ; srr>ment.
was a good picture. Local people
Convicted by a ju ry in the l’ort-
large attendance a t the Sunday serv-
Tlle Russians are encouraging the ( should make it a point to attend to-
land municipal court of the ninnu-
1( you want a Real Radio, see Clyde ices, both m orning and evening. sheep industry. They w anted to es- night and help to swell the treasu ry
fa c tu n and possession of
whisky, a big bootlegger was sen Schock and get a “HALOWAT" TR5. Most rem arkable Sunday morning tablish their flocks xvith the best of the society if fo r nothing more.
tenced by Judge Ekwall to serve six Honestly made, backed by, ami built was
attendance of as m any men
i m onths in jail fo r the m anufacture by a Portland concern and we'll back *n the audience as women. Miss Aita r
ja n d to pay a fine o f $1000 on the it on a money-back guarantee against E u rsh n er sang a solo during the
my five-tuber on the m arket.
m orning service and in the evening
For good Guaranteed Radios see Ralph Baker ployed a violin solo.
The case was appealed. In the
The Sunday school rally was a great
circuit court the defendant pleaded Clyde Schock at Cook Motor Co.
NOTICE FOB PUBLIC C T I O N . -----------------------
The judge there cut the fine from
Department of the Interior.
ARMISTICE DAY REFLECTIONS
$1000 to #500.
l'. S. Land Office at Portland, Oregon.
J. A. Gilkey. Corvallis, in the Oregon
September 24. 1925.
H hy the cut? The lower court
Notice is hereby given that Milo M.
heard the evidt nee and knew the
Meador, of Route 4, Box 28, Estacada.
offense to bo an aggravated viola Oregon, who, on August 7. 1920, made Time will heal the aw ful scars
Invading arm ies made,
tion of the law.
How could the Homestead Entry. No. 06926. for NW *
Do y o u s e e k S P E E D ? —
NE1«. Section 15. Township 3 S. Range Madly following the fierce Hussars
THOROUGHNESS? — VER
With cannon, gas and blade.
5 E. W illamette Meridian, has filed no
SA flLITY ? - ECONOMY ? — believe that the fine should be re tice of intention to make Final Proof, The vales of France again will yield
to establish claim to the land above
CONVENIENCE? No matter
The fru its of tree and vine;
judgm ent against another's, and the described, before the Register U. S.
what particular advantage you
Land Office Portland, Oregon, ou the H er shell-torn hills old Time wiil
STANDARD CORN, dozen ................................... ............. ................$1.50
seek in your washer purchase,
12th day of November. 1923.
fam iliar with the facts.
1 can free with each dozen.
you will find it most pronoun
Claim ant names as w itnesses:
AA'ith oak and fir and pine.
Then xvhy the cut? W hat xvas the
Frank Ahnert. of Route 4, Estacada. O er F landers’ fields, w-hero poppies
cedly developed in the Maytag
PREFERRED STOCK TOMATOES, dozen ..................................$2.25
effect of the cut but to encourage Oregon.
1 can free.
Lawrence Thompson, of Route 4.
appeals, clu tte r up circuit court doc-
W here neath them brave men lie.
PREFERRED STOCK TENDER MELTING PEAS, dozen
I kets and underm ine the effoctive-
Henry Ktiuker, of Route 4. E staca The lark, ju st as in long ago,
1 can free.
' ness of the lower court?
Will sing in F lan d ers’ sky.
PREFERRED STOCK TINY KERNEL CORN, dozen.............$2.50
Joe Wtederhold, of Route 4. E sta
In the municipal court a man was
C athedral walls men will resto re;
1 can free.
¡convicted by a ju ry of driving while Clackamas County: 40 acres.
C athedral bel’s will toll;
PREFERRED STOCK PIN EA PPLE, dozen ............................... $2.50
ITH CAST A
LUM IN UM TU9 ,
drunk. Judge Ekwall sentenced him Act 6-9-16.
Along those sacred aisles once more
1 can free.
WALTER L. TOOZE, Sr.
to pay a tine and serve ;'U days in
U H. dozen
Notice to be published Ove consecu The war-wTecked gardens, to rn and
1 can free.
The case xx'as appealed. Tho de tive weeks in Kastera Clackamas
Permit th e M a y ta p if se lf to
fendant pleaded guilty in the cir News. E-«tarnda. Oregon.
Will seem as fresh and fa ir;
CATSUP, rcgu’a r 25c, 3 fo r
.......... .... ........... ..... ........ 50«
p ro v e its unequalled helplulness
cuit court. The judge there cut h .
w ar-scarred fields will be re
b.-nr out Mayor B aker's o ft-rep eat
1 wcsfu'ng with it. Then it it
jail sentence from 90 to 30 days. A-
claim ed :
ed charge th at peanut appeals to
ci can’t SELL ITSELF, don t
in the other ease, it was one n a n 's
still the scars are there.
1> cp it. Wc will gladly bring a
judgm ent against the other, and th<
alize the effort* of city au horities Tho million homes made desolate
Max tap right to your hon e.
judge in tho lower court heard th.
By T euton's hellish arts
to make law- mean law.— Oregon
testim ony, knew all the facts and
Will always feel the burdening
Second-hand washers of aU fixed a sentence of 90 days. The Journal.
kinds taken in on new May ■ircuit judge, ignoring the judgm ent
WANT CLO TH ES?
O f »ore and broken hearts.
of the lower court, reduced it to 30
ta g s .
My trip next week will be my las: In tim e those broken h earts will
this year. Suits and ox-ercoat-> a i
-till $23.50. O rders taken now. Will
Fruit and V egetables alw ays in season
In each of these two peanut ap- be
E ’en though the scars rem ain;
here for Christm as. Surprise dad
peals. tho effect was to delay jus with a new overcoat or suit
W hat And peace will come because we
lx- more sensible? B. F. Black,
J04 Main St., Oregon City 'ire approxim ately th ree montlia, to could
weaken the prestige of the munici at Linn's Inn. Friday and Saturday.
did n ot die in vain.
Moss 1 * 11 . and
Walt pal court and clu tter up already November 20 and 21.
God's ble sir.g on our brave and
fehnner, Cylde Schock, Steve Rob- congested circuit court doeke.s.
*rts, Ralph Lemon and Pick Davis
It is the adm inistration of ju«t:cr
were the dinner guests of Mr. and gone maudlin. It is law mad - silly
Mrs. W s l u r Lemon Sunday.
i th ese and scores of csaei like them
Ere Liberty had fled!
C O O K E M O TO R C O
J. O. TUNNELL,
do you want most
Canned Foods Week
Stock your pantry at
these money saving