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FEN C IN G !
Now is the time to do that fencing. Have you
got our prices yet? Before doing your outside buy
ing, come in and give us a chance on your fencing.
We carry the 26 inch, 32 inch, 39 inch and 47
l/ich. fencing in stock.
The Famous National Fence
Roofing Paper has been very hard to get, but
we have been fortunate in placing an order before
the scracity and therfore have been able to fill our
customers orders. But you had better hurry as our
stock will not last long.
A complete line of Oliver Plow Parts carried
in stock at all times.
Buy Your Hardware at the Hardware Store
S. & S. HARDWARE
‘THE WINCHESTER STORE’
EVERYTHING FOR H O LLO W E’ EN
Hallowe’en Pumpkins and Decorations
Hallowe’en Napkins and Party Favors
Hallowe’en Hats and Masks
Hallowe’en Homs and Noise Makers
Hallowe’en Plain and Fancy Crepe
Everything for that Party
T H E ESTACADA PHARM ACY
The REX ALL Store
Western Wools for World Markets
N EW S
Pr.iJ Potato Grower
to Grade Product
lias Much Better Chance of
Securing Higher Price.
It paid the Kaw Valley potato
growers to grade their wares anti
brand the sacks in which they were
i shipped in 1026, according to E. A.
I Stokdyk of the Kansas State agricul
tural college. “From July G to August
21 the bulk of Kaw valley potatoes
I moved to market,” he said. “Sides
records were obtained on 530 cars
marketed during this period, or 13.5
' per cent of the Kaw valley potato
| crop. A number of growers were
j marketing U. S. No. 1 potatoes. These
i outsold partly graded potatoes SI
!<?r cent of llie time. Partly graded
potatoes outsold U. S. No. 1 only 13
per cent of the time. This indicates
that the grower who has his potatoes
graded nnd inspected under Federal
supervision so that they grade U. S.
No. 1 has from 80 to 90 chances out
of every 100 of getting a higher price
dinii he would obtain if his potatoes
were not graded or were only partly
‘ Soiling potatoes in branded sacks
Iso paid. Branded sacks outsold un-
branded sacks for the same grade and
same method of sale 57 per cent of
the time. Unbranded sacks outsold
branded sacks for the same grade and
ame method of sale only 34 per cent
’f the time. In the remaining 9 per
cent of instances, returns were ap
proximately the same for branded aud
“The experiences of the growers
¡•how clearly that grading potatoes
j and using branded sacks pay big re
turns. Tlie results in 1920 Indicate
llie progress Kaw valley growers have
made in tlie last six years. Practical
ly all of the improvement has come
in that time which marks the period
| during which the Kaw Valley Potato
Growers’ association has been func-
Most Profitable Plan
to Sow Spinach in Rows
TH U R SILV
H A M P S H IR E R AM
& L iv e s to c k Co., M o ntan a. G rand C ham pion
Ram, 1926 P a c ific In te rn a tio n a l L iv e s to c k E x p o s itio n .
Owned by M t. H agg in La nd
This Ram was the outstanding I prehensive Wool Show will be held,
animal of the breed at the 1926 Pa at which commercial fleeces of all
cific International Livestock Expo ; grades will he exhibited,
In addition to achiovin.’ 1 Splendid showings are promised
this distinction it also won the again this year in every division of
same awards at the 1926 American the exposition which includes great
Royal, and Chicago International j Livestock Show, Dairy Products
Shows. It will probably be shown ! Show. Land and Manufacturers’
in the.flock being sent by the Mt. Products Show, Northwest Fox
Ha^ftin Land and Livestock Co. to Show, industrial Exposition anu
the 17th Annual Pacific Interna world-renowned Horse Show. The
tiona^ to be held at Portland, Octo Boys’ and Girls’ Club Work Exhibit
ber 29 to November 5, inclusive.
this year will be one of the best of
The Sheep Show at the Pacific its kind in this part of the country.
International will, this year, a« iu Millions of dollars’ worth of the.,
the past, be one of the host of ita country’s finest Pure Bred Beet
kind in America. Some of the moot and Dairy Cattle, Horses. Sheep.
noted Judaea in the country will Hogs and Goats will compete fo.
placo the awards. In connection the $100,000.00 offered in premiums
with the Sheep Show a new depar
The leading railroads of the West
ture is being added. Under the di- co-operate by offering special fare
rectlon of the Pacific Co-operative I and one-third rates for those wh
Wool Growers Association a com- wish to attend the Exposition.
Currinsville Store Prices
Featuring Kelogg’s Foods E
for health, we quote
• S s ii
1 -y rs g g j
* * rn A t N K '
V m i T t
,s all Bran (medium) 2 fo r ............................................................. 25c
XT* Bran Flakes 2 fo r
<rs Pep 2 for .............. ..........................................................................
jjfs New Oata 35c or thre for ..................................................
; es that arc fine 100 lb. *ack. per sack ........................
• Waldo Hills FI
(This si a pood Valiev \V heat Flour Try One)
v c Light Bulb*...
...........................23c and 25c
• « lb. fo r
oes 12 lbs. fo r
. mt to buy Kjnts. Chickens, Chittem Bark, Cattle, Sheep anu
H ors what have you to Sell. Chickens on Monday Only
Together if You have Anything to Sell and Your price right
J. O. TUN NELL
Governois ia'ar.d. In New Vo. U* was
ceded to ttie director of Nrt\v Nether
lands in 1037 “in consider fIon of cer
tain parcels of goods." In 1098 the
island was set aside by the assembly
as part of the “Denizen of His Majos
tle's Fort at New York for the bene
fit of Ills majestic’s governors," and so
It became known as Governors is
Governors Island was ceded
to the United States by the legisla
ture of New York state on February
T5T1800. The island consisted of 69.8
acres. This was found Inadequate for
the military needs of the department
headquarters and the military garrison
and In IS O a further cession was made
by the legislature of 103 acres. The
bland at present has an area of 173
Wm. Weingart, proprietor of the
U-Need-A Bakery, did gome improv
ing to his place of business the latter
part of last week when he put in the
lattice work between the store and the
The Estacada Band is going to
a big dance at the Estacada Park
illion on Saturday, November the
*W atch this paper fo r further
Clown Suits.............. $1.00
Indian Suits.............. 1.50
S. E. WOOSTER
ttO -O -O -O -O M O -O -O -O -O tt
Try gas on ground hogs.
FA RM L O A N S A S P E C I A L T Y
Mangels should ho sown about the Oregon City
same time as early corn.
* * *
The largest share of the eggs re-
O. D. EBY
j ceived in New York city come from
A T TO RN E Y -A T -L A W
I the corn bolt, whore farm Hocks pre-
j dominate Instead of commercial flocks.
General Practice. Confidential
* * *
One of tlio most profitable forms of
permanent Improvement on a farm is
to drain the low, wot places in other
wise tillable fields.
Buys any garment in our store suit
over coats, dresses, coats for women,
boys and girls. Don’t miss this great
Opportunity. Just say
Ou^lttwA, Q ,
Look For the Clock Over the Entrance
Over Woolworth’s Store Oregon City
THE WORD HALLOWE’EN MAKES ONE
THINK OF GHOSTS, PARTIES AND PUMPKIN
PIES AND PIES MAKES ONE THINK OF THE
BAKERY. ORDER YOUR PUMPKIN PIES TO
DAY FOR HALLOWE’EN
A Fine Assortment of fresh
and cured meats
Telepho ne Est acad a. Ore.
At present GO per cent of a tree Is
; wasted In its conversion Into lumber. ,C. D., D. C. and E. C. L A T O U R E T T E
* * *
A tto rneys
Plant lima beans on your poorest
¡Practice in all Courts F irst National
Balance on Easy Payments
OCTOBER 21 & 22
Real E sta te, Loans, Insurance
GATES FUNERAL HOME
In order te avoid Injury to the
breeding ewes at this tin e of the year,
it is an established practice among
shepherds to remove the ram from the
Will be for rent at the
i? Agricultural Facts |
Offer Good Until October 29th
Wlille old-fashioned gardeners al
ways broadcast the spinach seed. It Is
“ The Square Deal B arber”
J much better to sow it in rows, thin
E stacada’s Leading Tonsorial Artist
j it and give the Individual plant a
Popular Prices— Bobbing a
chance to develop. It will give much
liner leaves much more quickly. Plant
E .ta c a d a , Ore.
some of the “long-standing" types now Shop on Broadway
offered by the best seed houses. The
Panes, who provide much of our best
garden seed, have developed spinach DR. CHAS. P. JOHNSON
D E N T IST
and the King of Denmark type was
the forerunner of other fine European
O ffice Hours: 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
splnuches that, have made It practi
Evenings by Appointment
cally a new vegetable. Then, too, va
O ffice 3 1 ; Residence 6051
rieties have been developed that
stand the heat better than the old
October Clothing Event
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ED LINN AT LLINN ’S INN
Phone 54 -51
J . E. G A T ES
Municipal Terminal, Sixth and Salmon Sts.— Phone Main 7733.
ESTACADA TO PORTLAND
LINN’S INN, Estacada. Oregon— DAILY
A.M. P.M. P.M.
A.M. P.M. P.M.
8:00 4:30 8:30
2.00 6.20 Lv. Estacada
Lv. Eagle Creek 8:15 4 :45 8:45
8:25 4:55 8:55
8:45 5:15 9:15
3:05 7 :25
7:35 Lv. Clackamas 8:15 5 :25 9:25
3 :1 5
Lv. Eagle Creek
9 :30 6:00
(A ) Saturday Only.
•Daily except Sunday
Sl'N D A — Leave Portland 10 a. m.
Estacada Truck Line
ESTACADA cTVIEAT COMPANY
T H E M ODERN KITCHEN
Electricity * the silent servant * works effi
ciently, tirelessly, hours with out end, uncomplain
ingly * in the modern kitchep.
It relieves the home-maker of the continuous ate
tention to detail that has made housekeeping of
other years a round of ceaseless drudgery * un
Electric ranges, refrigerators and other appliances,
help you to realize those happy dreams of home
making * when execution of ideas seemed as
simple as their planning.
Electric refrigerators keep foods sweet and fresh
for days. The drv cold makes it possible to have
foods of practically all kinds in the same compart
ment without interchange of flavors. They insure a
continuous supply of ice cubes and make new frozen
or chilled desserts and salads simple to serve. Econ-
nomical * efficient * convenient.
Electric ranges cook foods more thoroughly *
show less shrinkage in meats * fuller flavor in
vegetables. They keep your kitchen clean and sweet.
With the 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
standard makes installed in your home on convenient
terms. May we show them to you?
D A I L Y T R I P S FROM
L E A V E A LL FREIG H T AT W A REHO U SE
In ordering your freight’sent through us you receive personal service
- both in Estacada and Portland that will save time and money
GEO. K IT CH 1N G
P H O N E 18-12
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Electric Power Co.