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Jii/iV.iH, i; O U 1'Rii.ED
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A FIRST CLASS FLOUR BUT YOU CAN BUY
IT FOR LESS
' - I t h e expense of raising their
stock hut are going to grow their
animals out to better advantage.
Hpi eial Club matoriul is being ar
ranged by Prof. Hyslop of the Ore
gon Agricultural College for this
country-wide 4-H alfulfa club and
especial attention will be given to
Clackamas County conditions.
The boys ordering lime on the spec-
s o 7 7 T ale ~~~~~
^ TFN BARS ROYAL WHITE SOAP
1WO PACKAGES WASHING POWDER
ONE DISK PAN VALUE $1.45
YO U’LL W ANT TO OV/N THE NEW FORD
TCAUSF. OF ITS SPEED, PICK-UP, COMFORT
\FETY, STAMINA— AND BECAUSE IT IS A
GOOD LOOKING CAR.
UE EUROPEAN TOUCH
BULK SHORTENING 20c LB., T W O LB. 35c "
GROCERIES AND FEEDS AT THE RIGHT
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W ill be for rent at the
! OCTOBER 21 & 22
1 1 Clown Suits.......
| Turkish Suits.....
j Other Suits ............ 1.00
j Indian Suits .....
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I LOW, TRIM LINES OF THE NEW FORD
The Ladies of the American Legion Auxilary wil
ive a M
ueifde Ball in connection with the Am
erican Legion Legion at Eagle Creek, on
Tt 1 JiJ'' •
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THERE’S A BIT OF
ial club ear are:
Alfred Denley, 2 tons— Edwin Boy-
tor, 4 Iona— Richard Boeckman, 2
to:>—W .yne Boeckman, 2 tons— Gil
b e t Bidder, 2 tons— Walter Jaeger,
3 tons— Donald Steininger, 2 tons—
Duans Brown, 2 tons— David Brown,
4 ton— Melvin Stangel 4 ton— John
Erhardt, 1 ton— Herbert Kanne, 2
ton— Wilmer Harms, 2 ton.
City, Kt. B, Petes Mot., Burbanks—
Carl Joehnke, Canby, Burbank.
Fields belonging to Emil Nodurft,
i Petes Mountain and J. H. Eastman,
j: Hazelia are yet to be inspected.
5 Seven fields grown under contract
jj for the Portland Seed Company also
jj passed certification,
j Fields passing for standard must
not have over 15 per cent disease
The following had standard fields
and it may be noted that all o f these
were just above certification require
Henry Koch, Sherwood, Rt. 5, Staf
ford, Burbanks— D. B. Hodge, Ore
gon City, Kt. 5, Burbanks— Simon
Shilvik, Canby, New Era, Burbanks—
Miles, Oregon City, Rt. 1, Hog Hoi
low, Burbanks— Geo. Randall, Ore
gon City, Rt. 1, Hog Hollow, Bur-
j There will be Prizes offered for the best Hallowe’en
Costumes consisting o f: First prize .$10.00; Second
>rize $5.00; Third Price $3.00. Dancers will unmask
at 11:00 o’clock.
COOKIES ARE SOMETHING W E A L L LIKE.
BUT THE SCHOOL CHILD LIKES THEM A L L
THE BETTER WHEN HE RETURNS HOME
FROM SCHOOL TIRED AND HUNGRY.
Weekly County Agent News banks:
(By John J. Inskeep, Co. Agt.)
Prof. G. R. Hyslop of the Oregon
, . ,,
Agricultural College recently (in
spected potato fields in Clackamas
County for certification. This was
jthe second inspection and according
'u* *1 » its * nil > jilrtrufi.
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SStl : •üPSK’. t.ví;./ JjitcT.-^seaar.
. j j] L i - 4 e $ Is
h Li 'J1 U r.
Did you ev'
stop to think what this “ Winchester
■ It is
, a hardware store where quality and service
*eet. When you buy an article with the “ Win-
c1 • tor biand stamped on it, you have bought one
f ot lie best articles on the market. Absolutely guar
anteed from the factory.
These “ Winchester” goods are made from the very
’ t material that money can buy and when you
>uy these goods, you are buying quality. No cheap,
hoddy” material will be found with the “ W in
We have just received a large shipment of “ Win-
. ’ .: ter” goods, including “ Winchester” Axes,
V inches1 ei ” four and five tine forks, also a large
ha ot be ’ i knives of waranted Steel a good as
sortment to choose from.
Buy Your Hardware at th Hardware Store
“ THE W INCHESTER STORE”
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uuYiBSViHc Store Prices
tv KcU'U's Covnflnkes
’v e Jersey CornHaUvs .
aloes j : uhi
10(’ ilv.u to tiic s ick
Sithouse Cleanser .......
ti Kellotrs Pep
. I Mil
. v ant in 1*
i ;*»s Chick« nv, ChitU-m Bark, Cattle. Sheep and
Hojr.s what have \ou to 'ell. Chickens on Monday Only
lit Together if You have Anything t«> Sell and Your price ripht
Y/E OPERATE A LICENSED BONDED TRUCK FOR HIRE
have a new stock of Electric Lipht Globes at 23c for 40 watt
and 25c for 50 and 60 watt
J. O. TUN NELL
i-i discasc allo'vcd if thc fields are to separ-.- or was repaired, saving the
: be certified. Many of the growers owner
loss o f.$230.13 per year
r-j !iad ,t3S than one and onc-lialf per
£em alone sliows the import-
cont disease in tiieir ficlds-
anee and valu4 o f cow testing asso-
Growers attain the maximum re- - at o.i work.
Besides checking up
suits by planting the best seed obtain- on :
t -.rs o f this kind, unprofitable
•'•>•0 end then rogueing or pulling
o eliminated and owners are
»; plants showing rugose mosaic, ipild helped with feeding problems.
u>o:.aic, blackleg, wilt and leaf roll.
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the secret of success is learning to (Richard C. Kuohner, Co. Club A gt.)
; identify those diseases which in
i-.'I stock judging team that is to
I many fields not cared for infect 60 to repi • sent Clackamas County will
90 per cent o f the plnn',3 and cut the make a 2 days stock judging tour in
j ield from 20 to GO per cent.
and around Salem. Much stock is
Several growers named have start I’t'ri. held over at the State Fair
ed wiih st ed plots caring for a small
. .'.'a for tke Pacific International
acreage first to be used for the main I.ivt iock exposition, and the boys
field the following year.
This .is will judge thin stock and other stock
a new practice for Clackamas County around Salem, October 14 and 15.
and growers are enihusiastic o\er it3
The members o f the team that will
judge at the P. I. are August Jaeger,
Growers having fields passing cer- G it- L Kidder and Herbert Kanne
t'fi< a tion are as follows: W. G. Mey- Then- boys are members of the Wii-
er, Portland, field at Slaf ford: Henry sou H e Pig club of which Edwin
Kohc. Sherwood, Rt. 5, Stafford, Riddcr is leader.
Burbank variety; Schatz Bros. Sher
Sr urcJay at Oregon City there will
wood, Rt. 5, Stafford, Burbanks; be unloaded a 35 ton car o f lime
tlco. Sanm, Shriwood, Rt. 5, Stai 'I'm the State Lime Plant at Salem.
ned. Burbanks; W. II. Baker, Oswe This car is ordered exclusively by 4-
go. Hazelia Earliest of all— W. H. H club boys that are going to put in
Zivney, Oswego, Hazelia, Burbanks— one
more acres of a'falfa this next
lie's Edwardson , Oregon City, Rt. 5, sprt
This is the first time a solid
Rosemont, Burbanks— Edwardson & carload of lime has been ordered by
Frank Ford. Oregon City, Rt. 5, Rose club boys in any county in Oregon
mont, Burbanks—Jake Boylan, Ore- • i at the meeting to be held Satur-
City, Rt. 5, Rosemont, Burbanks day v II be organized the first aifali ’
S. M. Couey. Oregon City, Rt. 5. club by boys and girls clubs in the
s’ .n.'. Oregon City. Rt. 5. Rosemont,
I ”, tarting to raise clfe.lf.a these
Burbank»— Major V .
Biddle. boys v. ho are now raising purebred
( laukamas, Sunnyside, Burhanks— livestock are making definite strides
Morris A. NVson, Oregon City, Rt. 5, io ‘ ennect their feeding problems
Corby Ferry— Burbnnks— Karl Old wi.'n their livestock work. By doing
en I idt, Sherwood, Rt. 2, S'afford •Vs I bey are not only planning to cat
I IO VGA A l* ' AND UURNETTS HONEY
e of Waldo Hills Flour. 4: :. per sack
Tor Your Thickens or Sick Stock......
Hun F’or Snck
imd Parley Per Sack
at by the Sark per pound ....................
to IVof. Hyslop, Clackamas County
growers are showing a great profi
ciency in the production o f disease
Eighteen independent growers had
S i rieMs whil h P " « « d inspection. Five
: I per cent is the maximum amount of
, A. U . Barger, Test for the Clack-
jamas County Cow Testing Assn, re
ports that in August, the 531 associa-
tion cows produced 300,327 pounds
milk and 12,827.2 pounds butterfat.
Buxton Bros, had the' high testing
herd of over 20 cows with an aver
age of 32.4 pounds fat.
iTr'os. had^the hig“hTerd“ o f 1 2 to 20
cows and John L. Lienhart had the
high producing small herd with 35.2
and 36.7 pounds fat respectively.
Mr. Barger reports that one separ-
ator v s found to be losing 70 per
cent • ,L via , hc sldm milk route Xhe
EVERYTHING FOR iOLLOWTEN
Hallowe’en Pumpkins ■ ud Decorations
Hallowe'en Napkins and Party Favors
Hallowe’en Hats and Masks
H '.llowc’cn Korns and Noise Makers
Hallowe’en Plain and Fancy Crepe
Everything for that Party
WE W ILL HAVE A SPECIAL ON VEAL
ROASTS, VEAL STEAKS AND VEAL CHOPS
S TA C A D A cTVibiAT COMPANY
itX MOBKN KITCHEN
Electricity '* the silent servant * works effi
ciently, tirelessly, hours with out end, uncomplain-
ngly * in the modern kitchen.
It relieves ihe home-maker of the continuous at
tention to detail that has made housekeeping of
other years a round of ceaseless drudgery
Electric 1 nges, refrigerators and other appliances
kelp you to realize those happy dreams of home-
when execution of ideas seemed as
simple as their planning.
Electric refrigerators keep foods sweet and fresh
i'or days. Thc drv cold makes it possible to have
foods of practically all kinds in the same compart
ment without interchange of flavors. They insure a‘
continue.; supply of ice cubes and make new frozen
or chilled desserts and salads simple to serve. Econ-
’ efficient * convenient.
Electric ranges cook foods more thoroughly *
show U ’ s 1 linkage in meats
fuller flavor in
vegetables. They keep your kitchen clean and sweet.
With tin automatic time and temperature control
they cook for you even when you are miles away,
and without your supervision have dinner ready and
hot when you return.
Electric Refrigerators and Ranges of all the best
s'.nndard makes installed in your home on convenient
terms. May we show them to vou?
Electric Power Co.
THE ESTACADA PH ARM AC /
The REXALL Store