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“Come, lettuce get married,’ said
Chickens use a large amount of
green feed, and it is a good policy
“W il your celery keep two?” to keep n good supply of green feed
before the pullets when they are
■‘With c rrot will do and I think, coming into production. Even pul
lets on free range will enjoy a spe
Something better will turnip,” said cial feed of kale.
Treating pullets for lice before
She replied, slightly radish from
putting them into the laying house.'
THE COMPLETION OF OUR NEW BUILDING IS ENABLING US
(Though her louge was pars’ey the is essential. A small amount of so
to (five to our many friend the Better Service to which they are
dium fluoride, which can be pur
entitled, while our splendid new vuult adds Better Piotection than
‘■I’ve always bean true, and I’ll stil chased at any drug store, spread
was possible before.
among the feathers that are around
the vent and under the wings has
THUS EQUIPPED, WE ARE ABLE TO ADEQUATELY AND EF-
been found to be successful.
ut in salt.”
ficicntly serve every banking requirement of the people of this com
Experiments show that pullets
Onion road, the wedding to stage
contract colds when first put
They spud, and it took but a sec
IF NOT ALREADY A CUSTOMER OF THE BANK, WE COR-
in laying houses. Housing condi
dially invite you to cull and learn of our facilities f«r serving you.
tions kept as nearly ideal as possi
In this modern taxi-cabb3ge.
But you can’t beet a taxi-cab mater; ble, with plenty of fresh air, are a
Appeasing the bill left him broke, good preventive.
Caused a lump to sprout in his
new winter Red
What is a buttress?
And nearly made poor Artichoke.
A nanny goat.
Towever, they were not cres3-fal!en;
To the house on the corner they
Woke the Pars’nip from his slumber,
age! At Stand
On the greeasward held the event.
‘Safety and Service'
ard Oil Service
Of a Cole 8 he made her a present,
And they now take a spinach
“ Red Crown”
And this is the endive my story
For there isn’t muchroom left to
"Editor and Q e n tr a lM a n a q e /
write.— N. H. Randall.
People are warned against plac
Editor Eastern Clackamas News:
______ WIU. ROGERS
Judging from the number of in ing faith in forecasts of an extreme
fTANOARo OH COMPAMy
quiries coming in from your terri ly cold winter ahead to be followed
Principia o f A erociation
tory there seems to be a lack of un by an unseasonable summer in 11)26.
The difference betw. . n nin is 1.
derstanding about the shipping of py- The winter may be extremely cold their principle of association. Sonn
rotol, government blasting powder, and the summer unseasonable, but | men classify objects by their color urn
into this county. As this very low scientists have no means of telling size and other accidents of app, ¡,r
priced powder means a great deal to it at this early date. A week is the ance; others by intrinsic llkeu'ers, o:
the land clearing in the county, I be iongi .-t dip possible into the went! j by the relation of cause and effect
The progre ss of the intellect is in t!.
lieve you will be justified in giving future. Neither is there reason foi dearer vision of causes, which neglect
the following information to your believing that the winters in this sec surface differences, to the poet, ti
-ion are no longer so cold nor the the philosopher, to the saint, all thing'
ummers so hot as formerly. Snows ire friendly, all events profitable, al
Orders are being accepted at thi
office at any time, with delivery niadi ihat lay on the ground for month-, days holy, all men divine. For tin
___ H. C. GOHR1NG, Proprietor
some three or four weeks after the an end, skating that began in No- eye is fastened on the life and light?
shipment is ordered by us. The pow . ember and lasted until March, snow the circumstance. Every gheniicul sul'
der costs $7.05 per 100 pounds oi Irifts that teachcd almost any heigh, stance, every plant, every animal 1
the cars at Clackamas station in tho ine might mention, were the cxcep- Us growth teaches the unity of rnuv
county, und with truck lines runnini -ionul occurrences in grandfather’s | he variety of nppeurance.— Emerso'
all over the county it Is not difficul day as they are today. One milu j
FRONT, PER P O U N D -
HIND, PER POUND—
to arrange its delivery. Over 400, winter starts the rumor that over- i
000 pounds of this government blast coat manufacturers had better gi
ing powder have been distributed ii • nto the l’alm Beach suit business I
this county during the last thre- *hiie an extremely cold winter is!
years at a saving of at least $28,000 lubbed as a good old-fashioned win |
ALL YOUNG BEEF
ALL YOUNG BEEF
The land that has been cleared am -ar. One explanation for this is that
the roads thut have been built wil nemory is tricky and recalls the ex j
Open from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturdays, open to 8 p.m
mean much to the development of th .'optional rather than the average.
Another is thut modern living has j
I see where some of the Foreign
The powder has given universe
Nations say they are going to
satisfaction where used in this coun weather. A snowfall that our fo ie -!
F U N D their debt to America,
lathers would have trodden undci j
ty, a statement to which many hui
and all the Papers are all excited
dreds of farmers will give their ap foot for days now is shoveled aw .y |
proval. This is an excess war nia oofore we get up in the morning.
about it. But the B U L L ’S EYE
terial being distributed by the Unit Better heating, too, makes us ieei j
is a Paper that never misleads
ed States government through son» ne low temperature less, and ice re- j
our readers (either one of them),
ngcruting plants and electric fans I
of its representatives, of which thi
b U N D I N G a debt means about
make extremes of heal more enuur- f
office happens to be one.
same thing as having a fellow
WALTER A. HOLT,
W hile the weather is constantly
has owed you foryears,come
'X f i V ß t f *
•Hanging irqm one year to another, I
' s -
to you and say “ I am going to
oig climatic changes are too grad- j
GRANGE SETS PRECEDENT
make arrangements to take up
$1.00 COMPLETE. The most dependable Flash Light. Use only
Sacramento, Cal., Nov. 18.—In aal to be observed m the lifetime ol !
loan I ow e you just as soon
troduction of additional resolutions one or even a hundred generations, j
Mono Cells. They will improve your Flash- Light.
as I can collect it from some fel
an address by Gov. Richardson ami •scientists figure that the climate of •
lows who owe m e.” So don’t
re-election of all officers constitute' -Ins continent has not changed in
the program of the national Grange ome 10,000,000. years, not since in» |
by any means get F U N D IN G
passing oi the glacial period, anu I
convention here Tuesday.
mixed up with P A Y IN G . T he
All officers were chosen on thi piobabiy wilt not for anotner 10,-
two have nothing in common.
first ballot, the election setting i
By FRANCIS H SISSON
T h ese Nations are just stalling
precedent in the history of the nn
Chairman. Public Relations Commis
until another W ar comes along
tional Grange. Officers nre: Louis .1
sion American Bankers Association
A ncient French Title
S h i*
Taber, Columbus, Ohio, master; H
the first thing you know our
The title "dauphin" was Imrnp b\
There has been some disposition to
John Black, Rnndallstown, Md., over Hie heirs apparent to the crown of
debt will be four YYrars behind.
criticize the administration of ihe
seer; O. L. Martin, Plainfield, Vt., lec France, under the Valois and Hourb .» country's banking system for tlm sad-
Y\ e have enough saved up to
turer; Herman Ihde, Neenah, Wis. dynasties. In 1340, Humbert II, Pi ■
BIG WHEAT YIELD
GUIDE FOR AVIATORS
fight again, but they are using it
steward; Allen B. Cook, Niantic Inst of the princes of Dmiphlne, ha\
To assist in the development <i
The Pendleton East Oregonian
prices and curtail
now to enforce Prohibition.
Conn., assistant steward; W. W Ing no Issue, left Ids domains to Philip
ment of credits In
s .ys that according to an item in aviation and to increase safety r. _
of air travel, the Stand
1920 and 1921 and
Deal, Nampa, Idaho, chaplain; R. I’ if Valois, king of France. on condition
'.e Athena Press, Marion Hansell, certainty
Oil company of California, folk
O h ,yes, “ B U L L ” DURHAiYJ.
that the king’s eldest son be called t h e i
the subsequent finan
Robinson, Wilmington, I). 1., tren
I who farms north of Athena, harvest- ing a suggestion from the office c?
cial difficulties of
I like to forgot to mention that.
urer; C. M. Freeman, Tippecanoi dauphin.
i cJ 15,204 bushels of spring-sown the chief of air service, war depc.
y ! f '
the farmers As a
The first dauphin was Jean, af t » r
YVell, that is what the Foreign
City, Ohio, secretary; J. H. Hutchii
Federation wheat front 300 acres, ment, will establish a widespre ,
t Ii > j
Jrhi ■XT' ever blame may at N a tio n s are p a y in g us in.
son, Brookings, S. 1)., gate keeper
in average of 51 bushels per acre. system of guide signs for avia? i
Due d’Angouleme son of Charles X
along the airways of the Pad
r r - y - U - v v ,
Mrs. Herbert N. Sawyer, Atkinson. who renounced the title in 1830. u
is an Oregon Agricultural col I coast
tach to bankers must
“ B U L L ” D U R H A M without
states. The company will c'r
N. H., Ceres; Mrs. C. Palmer Chip Is said that Guy VIII. an ancestor o f 1
li ge wheat, introduced by the Moro offer co-operation to the naval ; i.
be for the too gen
the D U R H A M .
Iain, Westerly, R. L, Pomona; Mrs
station from Australia, and tested service, the air mail service and cc -
erous financing, in
Itmthert 11, was •stirnnmed Le Dan
! f r some years at Moro by Supt mercial fliers. The Standard h
O. H. Johnson. Boa*, W. Va„ Flora plilu. because lie wore a dolphin as an Francis H. Sisson many cases, of spec
nddeiii on Ids holmet or shield. Tills ulative Investment In farm property
I S ephens before being distributed tc nore than 650 distributing plants
Mrs. Cora Agnas, Three Bridges, N
nlifornia, Washington, Oregon, U
urnanit- remained to Ids descondauls during the period of Inflation. If any
, aimers. There was a total of 400, vada, Arizona, Idaho and Utah.
J., lady assistant steward; Eugem
I 000 acres in Federation this spring
A. Eckert, Mascoutnh, III., membet
untry they governed was called Pun manner In which tho Federal Reserve
i.i eastern Oregon.
executive committee for three years.
She— Won't you join me in a tu
pldne. The wife of the dauphin was
P. S. There is going to be anothet
Federatiot of tea?
ailed the dnupitlne.- Kansas City Star. the opinion of many It would be that
piece in thi* paper soon. Look f*v it. I did proportionately as well there a
He— Well, you get in and I’ll cc
INQUIRING FOR ORFGON LAND
the Reserve banks delayed too long In
■ it did in Umatilla county. The bes< if there’s any room left.
raising tho r discount rates An ear
Two hundred and ten direct in
i p .rt of the stbry is that Mr. Stephen:
lier effort might have stayed the proc
quirics for agricultural information
The silverware salesman gave s ess of Inflation
expects to further improve the shire or Hampshire ram may be ci -
on Oregon have been received dui laugh.
v heat, and he has other varitie. pended on to produce a good Ito.’j
ing the first two weeks of NovombcT
“Do you see that dame with the din 1 meant confined to agriculture, and was
t orn which he expects even bcttei Ewes from four to six ye r
by the land settlement department of | inond stomacher?" lie said. "Well, she •he Inevitable sequel to the Inflation
:• suits. The matter of producing old produce the best lambs and c -
the Portland chamber of commerce must be one of them new rich million period All branches of business suf
»■ heat effic’ently is not standing easier to handle, but are not wo
In addition, Idly requests for Ore sires."
fered In this period of reaction and '
ill, regardless of what some folks as much money as yearlings h
"Yes? Why so?"
gon literature were received by th
perhaps none more than banking,
ink. It is an involved subject cause they are too near the end
icilnst which this criticism has been
department during the week of the
8 iwever, and methods that suffice ir their usefulness.
Pacific International Live Stock ex- ] solid silver, you know. She chose our levelled The financial situation of the
> .e region do not necessarily applj
There are several ways of flo
position. Advertising our climate, most expensive tong, and then she farmers was great!» aggravated by the
x another region. Federation wheat uring lambing percentages, but f- ?
•act that the high land values and high
markets, etc., will bring thousand.-
Til take a doren.’
prices of •.grtcultural products had led
s a spring variety and c-nr.;t al most common ?s to figure the nu .;-
of people to this land of paradise.
‘A dozen." I said, surprised.
many farmers to Incur obligations
ways be seeded successfully in the ber of lambs at marking time rr
‘Yes; one for each person.’ say* ised on the Inflated values If tho
fall. The experts, including the compared with the number of evc-
irmer was victimized at a ll Indeed,
-ounty agent, hare much data re producing lambs. This lambing p r-
I will be in Fstaeadn Friday r.r
"Then she kind of reddened ihr i was ihe victim of too much rather
nrding different varieties and times ccntage does not take into consid—-
Saturday of this week at Linn’s In
dsundrrstood my surprise.
G.t your bay or husband a new ■
t p art r.g, etc.
This informetor • t on tho ewes that die before lamb
I p-ogress which ha« been achieved
■| never give big parties,' sht sa vs
or overcoat for Christmas.
always a'rilablc to those deririrg n? or the lambs that die betwee:
Black. Suit or overcoat. $23.50.
'A dozen'll be quite enough, otiny
X The experiment stst ons and ■"arkint time and marketing time
more In 'he Intell'gent distribution
of farm credit than In volnme.
:he co! ege extension service exist
If each 100 ewes bring 100 salah'r
Shell gasoline 20 cents a gallon a
With agencies now functioning for
for such purposes. Through the in- lambs to the next summer, th"
Where ya going?
the Currinsville store. J. O. Tunne’i.
he provision of ample credits for the
.r duction of Federation wheat »h-y
Down to the pawnshop to
i i _
„ . „
- .lambing percentage will hare to b.
\mertcan farmer, hit enduring success
i 1 r.uch for rgncu.ture this year. ¡ about n o ^ c in t
what time it is.
depends upon the wisdom and fore-
«Icht. with which he meets the proh
Why the pawnshop?
Lambs from good, black-fa*
C. A. Johnson of George, buyer
«TR CN G E W E T H E B E S T
(tin of production and marketing
“ o", and cut of large, heavy ir'
My watch is there.
for Burnett * Son of Port’and. *
^ ' cwo to fctiv is tho strong - e e-rcs and ran on good frrir
M >-e thin ever before hie activities
busy these days buying and sh pping
aest be regulated with reference to
healthy two with a straight breed prustur a. sh-u'd weigh 80 pc.
potatoes. He shipped the first car
Gimme a strong rigar. T
•or' d re-.dltions and his profits. Ithe
k, rr>d sound udder, sound teeth or,! be in good condition at ar ?
Tuesday. There seems to be a good weak ones bn ak in my pocket.
hose of the manufacturer or mer
j »-.d a heavy fleece of reasonable of 5 Wi fi months. If from ew
crop this year, and farmers arc jubi
bant will reflect ihe measure of hts
i fineness. If sho has theoe qr.di- poorer breeding, or bred alonp
lant over the high prices they are re-
success In adjusting hts activities te
How are Fords made?
| !*s the brc:d will not mstter. Such rrodu'-'rr !in«s. the lamb« w 1
ceirin gfor them.
They come from Ford planta.
t i l Fifth Avenue, New York City
1 a cwc when bred to a good Shrop- smaller and not fat.
ESTACADA STATE BANK
eef in Quarters
King N ext Week
THE ESTACADA PHARMACY