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Lo, the Poor Hunter
EAGLE CREEK H EIG H TS
N E W ?,
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28. 1928
W. W. Hulf, foreman of the Ste:
veils orchards, has been working foi)
Mr. Stevens in Portland during the
last month. Mr. Hulf will return to
the orchard for apple picking.
Mrs. Ernest Hoffmeister and son
Billie «'ere afternoon callers at the
Lawrence House home Friday.
Major and Mrs. Luther Felker vis
ited at the Judd home one evening
Oscar Judd is filling his silo.
S. HARDW ARE MOVING
IN W ITH LOVELACE STORE
Mr. and Mrs. George Ten Eyck
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hoffmeister
were in Sandy recently and had the
hardware stock is be
children visited Sunday at the
children insured that are to travel in
September wanes. There’s an ex- and
ing moved this week from the store
hilirating nip in the early morning. 1
so long used for that pur
clerk of the Marmot district.
USED SMALL CLECTRAS TRAC building
The noon are sun warmed and shrill Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Judd, Mrs.
pose, to the south side of the storu
with the monotonous cadence of the , George Judd and Mrs. Ernest Hoff
building occupied by Lovelace &
N otice for Publication
cicada and katydid. The hops have meister were Oregon City visitors
Department of the Interior, U. S. Hessell Implement Co., Gresham. Lovelace. Mr. Sparks, proprietor of
Land office at Roseburg, Oregon, FOR SALE— Very choice mixed daf the hardware store, sAys he is moving
been garnered; and the orchards on j
September 12, 1928.
the hill top are ready for the har- , Mr. and Mrs. Thiessan and Mr. and
is hereby given that Albert fodil bulbs, 25c and 50c per dozen. on account of insurance rates. New
Mrs. Outfield of Milwaukie visited
Adlon, of Estacada, Oregon, who, on Mrs. F. E. Dooley at the Mrs. Mox- shelving is being built, and Lovelace
December 12, 1923, made adjoining ley place.
It & Lovelace will occupy one side of
The woodpile looms high, and the at the Judd home one day last week
farm hd. entry (was Portland No.
ax has been sharpened. A book of
07508), No 017230, for NW 1, FOR QUICK SALE— White electric the building and the hardware store
NW U, sec. 11, township 4 S., lunge sewing machine, new, about half will be on the other side.
adventure lies beside the old pipe
5 east, Willamette meridian, has filed
on the reading table. The new in
notice of intention to make three price. Big reduction in slightly
stant-lighting gas lamp from Cogs
year proof, to establish claim to the used Singers. We carry a com
land above described, before Donald plete stock of new machines. Sin * Portland office Auto Ft. Term. *
well’s has met the one-match test,
J. Ryan, county clerk and clerk oT ger Sewing Machine Co., 419 Main
filling the living room with cheer.
the county court of Clackamas coun
* — East 2406 181 E. W ater St *
There is a chill in the night; thq
ty, Oregon, at Oregon City, Oregon, Street, Oregon City.
ESTACADA TRUCK SERV ICE •
home trail is traced by a stream of
on the 29th day of October, 1928.
for men, women and children
Claimant names as witnesses:
light through a rain-splashed window.
The easy chair is drawn close to the
HARDY BOY— “The W orld’s Best.”
fire as the patter on the roof quick
cada, Oregon, and Oscar Noren, E. cabinet including tubes. Also one * ESTACADA to PORTLAND *
Grand and Clay Streets, Portland, Silver-Marshall Shield Grid Super- * Order all goods delivered to auto *
ens to a gust and the wind-whipped
fir bough taps the window. The blaze
without cabinet. Both * Freight Terminal, 181 E. W ater *
Non-coal ROBERT E. CRAWFORD hetrodyne
creeping along the log, the blue
s21 o!9_____________ Acting Register of these sets use a 171 power tube *
smoke rising lazily, the comfort that
and are a bargain. Call Estacada *
surrounds us, have their softening ef
Department of the Interior, U. S. 79-5 for further information. It * Office 72-1— Estacada— Res 11-3 *
fect. We draw a deep breath to sigh
Land office at Roseburg, Oregon, USED CREAM SEPARATORS, gas *
September 12, 1928.
Notice is hereby given that George engines, spreaders, drills, tractors.
The hoot of an owl down in the
G. Cook, of Estacada. Oregon, who, Hessell Implement Co., Gresham.
on December 27, 1923, made hd. en
woods is swept in to us on a gale, and
adjoining farm (was Portland No. WAGON FOR SALE or will trade for FOR SALE—One and two year old
we are transported to another fire
No. 017203, for SW H S E 'i
Ginseng plants and germinated
light scene — a campfire, in the
section 3, township 4 S., range 5 E. pigs or chickens. W. C. Vanhoy, and
new seed. Inquire of W alter
Willamette meridian, has filed notice Route 2, Estacada.
depths of the Oregon firest, on the
of intention make three year proof
W E HANDLE K ER R ’S FEED S FOR THIS R EASO N :—
trail of a doe and a buck, a buck
to establish claim to the land above FOR SALE— CHEAP — Iron bed,
W e believe K err's Feed* give the person who buy* them
with wide-spread antlers. We smile
described, before Donald J. Ryan
the most fo r the dollar. This choice was m ade a fte r year’*
springs, dining table, ironing FOR SALE— White sweet grapes, 3c
county clerk and clerk of the county good
at the recollection of campfire
of experience in D airy and Poultry Feed*.
clover seeder, 12-inch plow, per lb. Bring containers. Fred
court of Clackamas county, Oregon
stories; sigh a little as the campfire
Come in and we will explain further and will gladly help you solve
and some books. Mrs. Marosco, Estacada.
your feed problems.
dies down. The bantering tones of
day of October, 1928.
the boys are soon hushed, and peace
Claimant names as witnesses:
BA RTHOLOM EW & LAW RENCE
Albert Adlon, W. H. Dwyer, Emi'
ful rhythm emanates from the dif
SALE— Concord grapes, 3 cents cleared, Stafford district. Joseph
Laitenen, all of Route 1, Estacada. FOR
ferent fir bough beds. We seek oui
per pound; pick them yourself. Vana, 1291 E. 19th St. Portland.
own restful couch, and sleepily watch
Kinney & Lamberson place, three
St., Portland, Oregon.
SALE— 20 head of ewe lambs.
Non-coal ROBERT E. CRAWFORD miles east of Estacada, opposite FOR
the tree tops waving in the wind that
Hale, Phone 12-31, Currins-
has risen; see again the moon — e
Garfield grange hall.
52 tf ville.
hunter’s moon — rollicking about
Notice for Publication
of the Interior, U. S. GINSENG PLANTS for sale; two FOR SALE— Three goats, one giving
among black-tipped billowy clouds
Land office, at Roseburg, Oregon,
years old. W. R. Woodworth, Es milk; two seven months old; all
that flee in panic before the wind.
September 10, 1928.
o!7 three for $20. Patrick McKnight,
A voice— not the bantering tone of
one of the boys— recalls us. We fight
gon, who, on March 12, 1924, made BUYERS WANTED for Mt. Hood Sandy.
irritably in the chair that is no longer
homestead entry, serial. No. 017239. Loop summer homes, chicken FOR SALE— Ginseng seed, Golden
the NW Vi of SW U and SV¿ of
easy; and the breath that was drawn § New and Used Furniture, Crescent Beds and Springs = for
and farms. We have some Seal seed, also Golden Seal plants.
SW !4 of section 11, township 4 S. ranches
Miller’s Wall Paper
in to be emitted as a sigh of content
range 5 E., Willamette meridian, has fine farms that will interest you. J. J. Marchbank, Estacada. sl4 tf
forms instead the hunter’s lament; 5
notice of intention to make fi CEO. W. BEERS, Sandy. Phone
Murphy’s Brushing Laquer
nal three-year proof, to establish Sandy 325.
ltc FOR SALE—Over eight million feet
The angler shall inherit the earth
to the land above described,
first growth timber with land.
Glass and G lazing E claim
and all the waters thereon; and i Pabco Shingle Sam ples
before Donald J. Ryan, clerk of the DEPENDABLE USED CARS at the Price
Duke & Proctor,
should he inadvertently start a forest '‘iiiiiiiiu i in mu 11 ii i mi ii ii ii mi mi mi i ii ii hi i ii ii iiiii in i ii 11 ii mi min i mi min in ii it*; Oregon, at Oregon City, Oregon, on prices you want to pay. Hessell Sandy, right.
fire, vast armies shall fare forth to
the 29th day of October, 1928.
Implement Co., Gresham.
It WANTED— Second hand Ford tour
Claimant names as witnesses:
George Cook, Albert Adlyn, Emi’
ing body, ’22, ’23 or ’24. J. Krie-
Whereas, the hunter, imprisoned
Laitnen and Henry Dwyer, all of Es CONCORD GRAPES— Three cents ger,
Route 1, Box 62, Eagle Creek,
per pound, delivered. J. J. March-
within four walls, shall inherit an
ROBERT E. CRAWFORD,
bank, Phone 25-4.
easy chair before his own fireplace
Not coal land
and a well-thumbed volume of Baron
FOR SALE— Thirty pigs, six weeks neatly and quickly done at reason
Munchausen’s tales — while in the
Phone City G arage 351
old. A. D. Burnett, Phone Esta able prices. Children’s sewing a
Notice for Publication
nearby forest the buck with wide
It specialty. Mrs. Wiley Howell,
spread antlers shall derisively rub a
Land Office, Roseburg, Oregon,
velvety nose with a nimble fore-foot!
August 30, 1928.
and Sweetwater grapes; Springwater.
Notice is hereby given that George CONCORD
Shades of Lewis and Clark! Wotta
pick them yourself, 3 cents per lb. WANTED— Carpenter and cement
Meyer & Haselwander
on September 21, 1923, made home at J. S. Osborne’s vinyard, Esta work. Chimneys built. Estimates
stead entry (was Portland 07468) cada. Phone 55-12.
— THE C1RCUITOR.
furnished; work guaranteed. C.
No. 017216, for N% NW14, & SWVi
A. Chaney, R. 1, Estacada. Phone
PRICES ARE RIG H T
Willamette meridian, has filed notice
Since the above lament rang loud
of intention to make three year and lambs. W. H. Lee, 3 miles
and long through the state, the “pool
proof, to establish claim to the land north of Sandy on Bluff road
RENT— Three house keeping
above described, before Donald J. Phone Sandy 308.
hunter” has come into his own; and
Ryan, county clerk and clerk of the
rooms. Inquire at the Home Res
he is now, in all probability, admin
county court of Clackamas county,
istering proper punishment to the
Ore., at Oregon City, Oregon, on the FOR SALE— 120 acres, 6 acres taurant, Estacada.
9th day of October, 1928.
over-bold buck that possessed such an
STRAYED— September 3, tan de
Claimant names as witnesses;
J. C. Moreland. William Shaffer. Lays well; in good berry section. horned Jersey cow, fresh about
— THE CIRCUITOR.
J. O. Botkin and A. C. Anderson, all Price $20 per acre, half down, bal September 6. Notify Paul Kleatsch
of Route 1, Estacada. Oregon.
ance on terms. Duke & Proctor, R. 1, Estacada, Phone 83-11. o5
Non Coal HAMILL A. CANADY,
Register. Sandy, Oregon.
J. K. E L Y
[ Furniture Exchange [
For Wood and Coal
SPEC IA LIST
in Internal M edicine for the
p a .t fifteen years
DOES NOT O PER A TE
W i l l be a t
THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY
O ctober 4, S end 6
O ffice H ours: 10 a. m. to 4 p. m.
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Dr. Mellinthin is a regular gradu
ate in medicine and surgery and is li
censed by the state of Oregon.
He does not operate for chronic
appendicitis, gall stones, ulcers of
stomach, tonsils or adnoids.
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He has to his credit wonderful re
sults in diseases of the stomach, liver,
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weak lungs, rheumatism, sciatica, leg
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Below are the names of a few of
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other of the above named causes.
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and that his treatm ent is different.
Married women must be accom-1
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