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TRANSPORTATION AND SERVICE COMBINED
WANT UNO FOR SALE AOS
HOT OF MERCY
Strayed— 1 black yearling heifer;
swallow fork in right ear, square
crop in left; wearing small bell. R. DENVER MAN ON TRIAL FOR
G. Palmetccr, Rte. 1, Estacada. 11-26
MURDERING INVALID OF
T H E U N IV E R S A L C A R
TRUCKS AND CABS OF EVERY TYPE FOR EVERY HAULAGE
THE ECONOMY OF FORD PERFORMANCE IS BASED NOT
only on low first cost, but on dependable service as well.
FORD TRUCKING UNITS ARK BUILT TO COMBINE THOSE
characteristics o f stamina and reliability which are direct results of
quality workmanship and material. This quality, made po sible
through volume production, is responsible for the dependability of
Ford performance at low operating cost and with minimum upkeep
WELL OVER A MILLION FORD TRUCKS AND LIGHT DFLIV-
ery cars are today rendering dependable, economical service. They
arc helping to build business, and to increase profits by reducing
costs. Efficient delivery adds to the truck operator’s reputation for
prompt, dependable service.
The Ford truck enjoys a world-widi
acceptance as a commercial c :rr:er, adaptable alike to farming and
W HATEVER YOUR BUSINESS MAY BE— NO MATTER HOW
small or how large— it will pay you to investigate the delivery
efficiency and the saving o f time and money which come with Ford
YEARS FREE MAN _
For Sale— Knitting machine in
good condition, $50; will give three
lessons free to purchaser. Call at TRFAL W AS INTERESTING ONE
Denny’s Barber Shop, Estacada, Ore.
11-26 Prosecutor Requested Court to Di«-
mits Charge When Jury
For Sale— A fine fresh cow and a
large Chester White brood sow, reg
istered. R. II. Millard, one and a
half miles outhea 3 t Springwater.
Dr. H. E. Blazer o f Denver, who
11-26 has been on trial for some time, ac-
For Sale— Straw. 37 per ton; oat cused o f first degieo murder, is a
hay, 14 per ton; vetch and oats, $15 free man. The jury who tried the
E a „ PhE T J d , ,i l ' S i , 20' 16' 0I1- 1
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Marcelling done at popular prices missed. The district attorney, who
S i„, L„e, „ S ,” ,' c j f r f j . r 1 i h° L n . y a S :
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Want to buy a cow. Telephone
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W H w m ni l . i l
to the court that the charge against
Blazer be dismissed, and this was
s g iv m g
Cranberries, Nuts, Candied Citron and Lemon Peel;
in fact, everything to make a feast to be remem
W e are unloading a car of Mixed Feeds today. W e
FISCHER’S AND CROW N BRAND FEEDS
a ,I ,
W e buy, sell or trade most kinds of farm produce
Estacada Peed Store
K ________________________1 l-26ch
Blazer chloroformed his helpless
For Rent— 5-room house, furnish- 34-year-old daughter and character
ed. See Mrs. J. T. Irvin, First and ized his actions as one of mercy.
| Currin sts.
11-26 | The following story tells o f the th was bei
inj ected into the case.
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Lewis De R. Mowry, chief defense
The Estacada hotel will serve th
Sale— Heavy work team , 1 To the little village o f Dillon-
similar following menu Thanksgiving day,
cheap. Inquire or phone H. B. Da- vale, Ohio, there came in 1890 a
from 12:30 to 7 o’clock:
ll-2 6 c 26-year-old youth just admitted to
The state introduced evidence de- Toke Point
Oyster in Cream
7 7 7 „
the practice o f medicine
signed to prove that the imbecile
For Sale— Cedar posts, 6 , 7, 8 ft.
___. . .
Roast Young Turkey, Cranberry
suffered the same torments
_ . his life
, , consecrat- : daughter
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ll-2 6 c ° to
su^ erlnKs ° f humanity, a3 any 0ther normal person wher
Roast Leg o f Pork, Apple Sauce
------------------------------------------------------- settled down to the none too re- po;son was administerCd.
NOTICE— Any one wishing their muneralivo duties o f a country doc-
The most dramatic point in
Baked Sweet Potatoes
clothes cleaned and pressed phone tor. There are those left in Dillon- building up 0f the state's case wai
Mashed in Cream Potatoes
I Miss Laura Douglas, 58— 6. 10-29 4t vale who recall the enthusiasm and reached when Mrs. Bishop, hei
the tenderness o f the young prac frame wracked by sobs, took . the
Pointer’s Furniture Exchange, the titioner.
stand and recited the events subse Fruit Salad
Combination Sal: d
place to get what you want and
Dr. and Mrs. Blazer were promi
sell what you don’t want.
6 - 8 -tf nent in the social life o f their vil- quent to the coming o f her sistei
and father to her husband’s home
LOANS on farms 6 per cent. No *aSe- They were comfortable and
It was a gripping ordeal o f fam
Any Old Drink, with Walnuts
City loans monthly aaPPy- Mrs. Blazer learned not to ily life concerning the creature whe
“Per plate, $1.00.
plan. Oregon City Abstract Co. mind the long trips her husband was frightened strangers away, but whe
SHELL GASOLINE in your auto
forced to make at
along was carried about, fed like a baby
About 20 members o f Mount?
SHELL GASOLINE in your barrel
MONEY TO LOAN. We have plenty country roads
and nursed lovingly through manj chapter, O.E.S., enjoyed an aft
SHELL MOTOR OIL, quart
..... ................... ............. .................... 15c
o f money to loan on farms at 6
In May, 1891, a daughter was violent illnesses.
noon, Tuesday, at the home o f M
WOMEN’S RUBBER BOOTS .........................................................$3 00
per cent— from one to twenty born to Mrs. Blazer. The child was
Mowry in his opening statemen
years. No commission on large named Hazel Ingrit and was nor- for the defense said the doctor “ did H. C. Gohring. As a diversion,
MEN’S RUBBER BOOTS, $3.50 and up to
loans. See S. E. Wooster, Estaea- mal and healthy. But six weeks af- the right thing and the moral thing few ga#nes were played, which ta:
MEN’S HEAVY WOOLEN SHIRTS ........................................... $1-99
the mind considerably, but crea’ 1
HEAVY LOGGERS’ SHIRTS ......................
,lu’ 0rt,>-un-________________ G~10' tf ter birth, spinal meningitis devel- for ¿he‘ daughter*whom h eT a d car
much amusement The hostess, r e
WHOLE GRAIN ROASTED COFFEE, pound................................ 40c
Any girl in trouble may commur.i -1
and for four or five weeks the ed for 34 year8 to save her iron sisted by Mrs. A. E. Sparks, served
RED STAR COFFEE, ground, package ...............
becoming a charge o f others whei light refreshments.
cate with Ensign Lee o f the Salva-
BLUE STAR COFFEE, ground, package
felt his own end was near.’’
PRIDE OF WALDO HILLS FLOUR, 49-lb. sack
- . .
D .,„ „ 1 had burned so low it could not
Home, 565 Mayfair Ave., Portland, ,
,, . , ...
Genuine Gillett Razor and Briar Pipe, both for
Carl Schock is in Estacada Í
n on . , flame into radiant health.
CANDY, ju >1 In, pound
. . .
Mr 3 . S. E. Lawrence and daughte; week from his home at Cushm:'
w -d u-tl
We sell nice BOILING BEEF at, pound
were in Portland Tuesday.
home- develop an adult brain or phy
(Phone your orders for Fresh Meats.)
( <S.H SUGAR .................................................................................. $6.25
made cake or bread, call Mrs. G. sique.
GOOD COOKING APPLES, box...................................................$ 1.10
The shock and disappointment of
W. Guttridge, Estacada. Phone
9-3tf this cruelty wore heavily on both
the doctor and his wife. Not even
For Sale or Rent.
the arrival o f another
12 acres ' i mile east of postofflee, Frances, several years later, alle
Estacada, Oregon. Seven buildings. viated the pair o f Hazel’s helpless
CURRI NS VILLE, OREGON.
New house plastered, 2 acres in logan ness.
berries, V 2 acre in blackcaps, 2 acres
The stricken girl never fully de
fenced for chickens. Balance in past veloped; she has been termed a
It is to be hoped that the people o f ure. all fenced. A. H. Fraley, Estaca- “ husk o f a human.”
Atley Ericksoq, Mrs. E. E. Erick- Estacada and vicinity will avail them- (]ai Oregon.
_________ _________ leg3 and hands were shrunken, her
son, mother, ami Mrs. Henry Kei- ,-elvt
.»Ives ol’ the opportunity o f hearing
TEN ACRES for sale by owner, Vi hody above the waist was better de-
pie, sister, returned home Saturday this exo Rent musical program at
south of Estacada depot 1 acre '"eloped but hideously deformed.
from a two weeks’ visit at Spokane, reasonable prices.
Throughout her 34 years Dr. Bla
| of logan berries, Vi aere of strawber-
Walln Walla and other places. Iver
zer took care o f his daughter. Mrs.
Erickson, son o f Mrs. E. E. Erickson,
Blazer was too frail to bathe, dress
lives ill Spokane. They report finan-
Marshfield, Nov. 18. Coos couti- place. For price and particulars ad-
and care for Hazel when the girl
cial conditions good in the
had attained her full growth
} ¡ng closed at Coquille yesterday af
about 90 pounds. She had to have
Fred Ely nnd family have rented term on. The gathering was one o f
FOR SALE— One large Primrose
the Snrver place and took posses- the most important from a farm er’s ream separator, almost new, with two
Her only amusement
sion lost week. Mrs. Ely, who is the I standpoint that has been held here, ( 2 ) ten-gallon cream cans, cheap.
rattling a piece o f paper.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. , it was sponsored by Oregon Agri-
In 1899 Dr. Blazer gave up his
Dowty, will take care o f the old 1 cultural college and the business or-
It V I>10
¡regular practice and in 1910 moved
folks in future. The Elys came from ganizations o f the county.
If you want a Real Radio, s'ea Clyde to Colorado. He settled in Walsen-
Stress was laid upon the impor-
the state o f Washington.
tam . of ending produce to market j Schock and get a ’ HALOWAT” TR5. |
and became physician for the
... attractive container,, rather than H c e .-tly made, backed by. and built Colorado Fuel & Iron company Th»
CURRINSVILLF.’S NEW HALL
y pe“ e. U J
tl lft ■ZÜÍZ
J. 0 . Tunnell has remodeled the forwarding it in gunnysacks or old, >y « Portland concern and we’ll back Ye» 3
Upstairs part o f his warehouse, and dirty boxes, which had been the rule “
Dr. Blazer and his invalid daugh-
, . r
in future it will be known as the for many years with many ranchers. ,n> 11 ' e-tuber on the maikct.
moved to Littleton in
were urged 1 to raise one
Community hall. A stairway, two
Clyde Sehock at Cook Motor Co.
\ “ er
that year to the home o f his
fire escape, floor, stage, walls and crop which is a known certainty, i _______ _____________________________ .[daughter and son-in-law, Roy Bis
celling have been constructed out of rather than mix too much and not i
Say you saw it in the News.
new material, which makes the hall be ing able to supply the local mar
On March 24 o f last year the
a fine place for entertainments, kets in anything. It was stated that ing, died Tuesday morning at the Bishops left for the day. They re- ;
meetings, etc. Four carpenters have the county imports more than 75 family home. Surviving arc the turned at 6 o’clock in the evening
been employed remodeling the place. cars o f potatoes annually, and this widow, Julia A. Hartnell o f Clacka- and found Hazel dead from chloro-
It is now ready for occupancy. It is cou’.c ■a.-ilj be changed l>> increa - mns< two sonSi o . R. and II. M. Hart- form and the physician slashed
understood that the Currinsvilb mg acreage. Large quantities of nell o f Clackamas, and two daagh- across the throat with a razor,
school students will give a home tal ■eg arc« a’so imported
into the tors, Mrs. Agnes Lauker o f Portland
Two not»», evidently written to
ent play in this place November 24, county, but the convention urged and Miss Amy Hartnell of Cli cka- Mrs. Bishop, were found. One of
under the tutelage of the teachers, mnat 'iir poultry ra;sers to go slowly mas. Funeral services will be held them read:
Elsio Poole and Margaret Tyberg.
until they get their hearings.
from the Methodist church at Clack-
j aaj weary and afraid
An organization ha, been
per amas this afternoon at 2 o clock.
j afraid o f being taken suddenly
CONCERT AT HIGH SCHOOL
fected which will watch all markets
and leaving Hazel. I know my
TOMORROW EVENING outride the county.
TEACHERS 100 PER CENT
blood pressure is very high. I
Miss Dorothea Shoop, who will ac
One hundred per cent o f the
made up my mind a great num
STANDARD CORN, Dozen ................................................................ $1.5(
company Mr. Delcpine at the violin more vegetables for canning; closer teachers o f the Estacada school dis
ber o f years ago I would not
1 can free with each dozen.
concert tomorrow night, November co-operation between logging oper trict No. 7 are enrolled in the Na
leave her behind.
20 , at the high school auditorium, is ators and ranchers to utilize logged tional Education association. This
STOCK TOMATOES, dozen ................................ $2.2:
She is a burden, notwith
1 can free with each dozen.
a Portland pianist and teacher. The off lends; employment o f n dairy in D the second year all the teachers
standing our love for her. With
following are the opinions o f the spector, cutting away o f orchards o f this district have been members
PREFERRED STOCK TENDER MELTING PEAS, dozen....... $2.5t
great love— Dad.
p n ss: “ A talented and cultured mu producing less than 150 boxes. Pears o f th(, a v i a t i o n .
1 can free with each dozen.
The other note referred to tiis-
sician.” “ Her efforts are always ar nnd i uts. it was said, are no; to b Education Association was organized position o f the bodies,
PREFERRED STOCK TINY KERNEL CORN, dozen............... $2.5C
tistic.” “ One o f the most finished encouraged, hut those planted should ,n 1>57. Through its efforts the
The coroner’s inquest named Dr.
1 can free wflth each dozen.
And brilliant pianists in the west.” be cared tor.
United States bureau of education Blazer responsible for his daugh-
STOCK PINEAPPLE, dozen ........................... $2.50
Mr. Delcpine is going to consider
was established. It has more than ter’s death and a charge o f first de-
1 can free with each dozen,
able expense in obtaining the ferv
i i ACKAMAS 1 IMBFR SOLD
100,000 members. It is the largest gree murder was filed by District
ices o f Miss Shoop fo r the even "tip
> « 1 .- of government
timber in professional teachers’ nssociati 'it in Attorney Joel Stofte. At a pre’ im-
1 can free W’ith each dozen.
It goes without saying, howc.-er
Marion " a s h ng:
and th« world and the greatest publisher inary hearing the doctor was re-
that an accompanist o f Miss Shoop"
■.ultnomah counties for $12,4 72 32 o f literature on education. Among leased under $10,000 bond.
CATSUP, regular 25c, 3 for ........................................................... .. 50c
ability will add greatly to the pro
1 Hs repotted Tuesday by No er I the planks in its platform o f service
Selection o f a jury proved ardu
i core. Sr., register rt the loc.il of- »re: A competent teacher in every ous.
Hailed as a “ merciful mar
The public might bo interested ¡1
i e >t th United States Ian I of- public school position in the United dorcr,” sympathy poured in on the
knowing that such numbers will b<
Ioit> acic :ii Marion , 'uotv g-.ttes; inch inducements to enter doctor. O f the first 44 mea dr."*vn
played as the second Beethoven So
¡ old to J. I Keith fo>- f l,- the profession as will attract the from the-fleld, 43 had formed an
nata, an Indian group, featuring In
v , 0 ; 1 0 acres in Washing»-e. most talented men and women; the opinion. And out o f these 32 effly
dim Snake Dance (B urleigh); In
; ity to E. J. Sherman for $3,- establishment o f a department o f nine had form ed opinions uns.itis-
-1 .0 ; 81.41 acres in Mult omah education with a secretary iff the factory to the defense,
From the Iaind o f Sky Blur Wste
unty to J. H. A oltz for $2.795.58. P r sident’s cabinet, and ratification
The un'quc qualities o f the trial
( f adman), and Pale Moon (Logan
Fruit and Vegetables always in season
.■•1 l(i a r< s in ( i:n kamas rot nty t» o f th*' constitutional amendment r.u- Attracted nation-wide attention. No-
Kreisler). Such composers will h<
A d : . f o r $1,673.31. T h: tim- thorirmg Congress to regulate child ted physicians, scio’oglsts and c!*r-
represented as Mozart in “ Landlcr,” >er was o f var.otis types and si Id for labor.
ics commented on the burning is-
Winternit* in “ The Blue Lagoon.’
he appraised valuation.
“ I# it ever right to take r
IVvorak-Kreisler in "G oing Home.
Mrs. R. M. Brown o f San Fran- human life ?”
Schubert in "Moment Musical," and
RICHARD v. HARTNELL
cisco, with her little daughtrr Lois
During the progress o f the trial
Krakaner-Kreisler in ’Tarad -e. U
Richard K. Hartnell, resid at o f J.an Moore, was in Estacada this Prosecutor Stone made a bitter
is - mentioned
of • ' ' rk
” * e
' > ;on H
fur I the
; t 34 RVfK
week visiting at the W. J. Moore n* wspaper attack upon Blazer and
the high type of this tntsruinm . nt •years, where he was engaged in faim- horns.
She ha» been visiting her upon those whose maudlin »ynipa-
C O O K E
J. O. TUNNELL,
W atch this
,H. Smith, Hardware
Stock your pantry at
these money saving
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