Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, December 02, 1926, Page PAGE 5, Image 5

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Something for
the Car for
(From school o f Home Economics,
Oregon Agricultural College)
Practically any town o f any size
in the United States periodically
In roasting a turkey or fowl of
reads an item like this about itself: any kind, dryness is prevented by
“ Telephone company to enlarge its roasting with breast down instead of
facilities here to care for future up.
growth of the community.”
No village is too small to interest ' Milk is the most perfect food
the telephone company, whose aim it j known. Every child needs at least a
is to anticipate the telephone needs quart o f milk a day, and every adult
of every community and rural dis­ at least a pint a day.
It is this desire to extend its serv-1
Raw cranberry relish is delicious
ice to the farthest corners o f the arid easy to make. The cranberries
nation and into the smallest homes, j are put through a grinder and equal
which has given the United States amounts o f sugar added. The mix-
a telephone service which is so far
beyond that enjoyed by any other
nation that comparisons are impos­
The telephone, in America,
is not confined to government uses,
to the aristocracy or to the official
t h e ir
Ore icon's building record for Oc­
ture is then placed >n a covered jar
and allowed to stand for two weeks tober shows 24 per cent gain Ovar
when it is ready to serve. It will October, 1925.
keep indefinitely.
Oregon state highways have cost
A delicious ten-minute dessert is $649,125, so far this year.
made with one cup of thick cream
whipped, white of one egg beaten
until stiff, and 10 cents worth of
peanut brittle rolled on the board
with a rolling pin; combined by care­
Sealed bids will be received by the
fully cutting and folding together. County Court o f Clackamas County,
It is served cold in sherbet glasses. Oregon, at the County Court House,
Oregon City, Oregon, at ten o’clock,
Stale bread is freshened by wrap­ a. m., on Saturday, the 11th day of
ping the loaf i n ‘ a dampened cloth December, 1926, for clearing ap­
and setting it in a warm pven until proximately five miles of right of
the loaf becomes soft and is again way on Market Road No. 36, be­
like fresh warm bread.
tween Colton and the Clear Creek
Bridge south of Springwater, Ore­
Instead o f candy, make sweets to gon.
tuck in the school lunch boxes by
A corporate surety bond will be
grinding together in the meat chop­ required for the faithful perform­
per 1 pound of figs, 1 pound of ance o f the contract in a sum equal
dried prunes or seedless raisins, or to one-half o f the total amount of
both, and 1 pound o f nut meats. the bid.
Mix thoroughly, roll out until about
Specifications, forms of contract,
half an inch thick on a board proposal blanks and full information
dredged with confectioner’s sugar, for bidders may be obtained at the
and cut into small pieces. Or make County Engineer’s office at the
into balls, rolled in the sugar. Wrap Court House at Oregon City, Ore­
in paraffin paper to keep.
gon, upon the deposit of five dol­
lars, which will be returned.
Blood spots are removed by
The right is reserved to reject any
moistening a small piece o f cotton or nil proposals or to accept the pro­
cloth with saliva and placing it on posal o f proposals deemed best for
the spot. Left a few moments the the county.
County Court of Clackamas County,
spot will disappear.
It has become a notorious and well
established fact that while the Fed­
eral Government has reduced taxes
and have living within its budget the
average local and state government
lives far beyond its means.
The future need o f our country
is going to be not for an increased
proportion o f farmers to the rest of
the population, says Secretary Jar-
dine, but for farmers with greater
ability to apply the results of re­
search in natural sciences, o f inven­
tion, and of economic and sociolog­
ical analysis to agriculture and rural
The middle o f a frozen pipe should
hever be thawed first. Work toward
the water supply. To thaw a waste |
or sewer pipe work upward from the
lower end to permit the water to
drain away.
Mrs. Charity M. Rawlins was born
in Mercer county, Pennsylvania, Junc
17, 1840. With her folks she moved
to Galena, Illinois, in the early 50s.
was married to Robert Rawiins in
1357, and in 1862 came to California
where her husband had preceded her
in 1860. Mr. Rawlins was foreman o f
the annealing room in the U. S.
mint at San Francisco for 17 years.
In 1890 they came to Portland, Or­
egon, and in 1896 moved onto their
homestead in Upper Garfield, Clack­
amas county, Oregon, where she r e - !
sided until July, 1919, when she ,
moved to Estacada, where she lived j
with her son until her death Novem- 1
ber 30, 1926. Her husband Robert
J. Rawlins died April 24, 1906. She :
is survived by her son Benjamin T . :
Rawlins, and one brother, Julius L. |
Young o f Tecumseh, Nebraska.
In closing the estate o f Philip
Wagner, deceased, there is to be sold
at public auction December 11, at
10 a. m., on the Wagner farm, at
Garfieid, a large assortment o f farm
stock and equipment. Fred Bartol-
omew will act as auctioneer.
H. E. Cross, County Judge. t iius o f said sale shall bear interest
R. A. Wright, Commissioner. :t the rate o f not less than five per
coin per annum until paid.
Fred A. Miller, County Clerk.
Per G. 11. Pace, Deputy.
Attorneys for
Dated and first published Decem-
In the County Court of the State of jber 2, 1926.
Dat o f last publication, Decem-
Oregon for the County o f Clack­
I ber 30, 1926
In the matter of the guardian ship i — — -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
o f Anna Margaret Gantenbcin,
Lilly Susanna Gantenbcin, Chrrs
Henry Gantenbcin, Lucille Eliza­ DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
beth Gantenbein and John Andrew
U. S. Land office at rortland,
Gantenbein, Minors.
Oregon, October 29, 1926.
Notice No. 3433.
Notice is hereby given that Ed­
Notice is hereby given, that from ward Cersovsky, of Route 1, Esta-
and after the 8th day of January, ■ada, Oregon, who, on December 7,
1927, at my residence at Boring. .925, made Homestead Entry No.
Clackamas County, Oregon, I will 07800, for NW U N E U , zeetion 31,
3ell at private sale, the following de­ t nvnship 3 S., range 5 E., Willam-
scribed real property:
tte Meridian, has filed notice of
The East Twenty-Eight and one- intention to make final proof, to es-
half (28 Vi) Acres o f the East One- ‘ zbllsh claim to the land above de­
Half (EVs) of the Northeast Quartet
lated, before thcRegister, U. S.
(N E U )
o f Section Seven
(7), L aid Office, at Portland Oregon, on
Township Two (2) South, Range he 10th day o f Decembor, 1926.
Four (4) East of the Willamette Me­
Claimant names as witnesses:
ridian, Clackamas County, Oregon.
J. F. Reeher, o f R oute!, Estaca-
Said sale to be made in accord­ da, Oregon; Robert R. Cook, o f Ee-
ance with the order o f the Honor­ acada, Oregon; George Lawrence,
able H. E. Cross, County Judge for >f Box 60, Estacada, Oregon; Mill-
the County of Clackamas and State red F. Sarver of Estacada, Oregon.
of Oregon, and shall be on credit
and all unpaid sums due under the
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