Clackamas County news. (Estacada, Or.) 1928-1957, October 26, 1928, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2

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With the
County Agent
The county ag en t’s office is equip­
ped w ith apparatus fo r testing soil
fo r lime requirem ents.
Soil to be tested should be taken
in five or m ore places in a field. A
sm all hole is dug and a slice of soil
six o r eight inches deep taken from
the side of the hole. Slices of earth
from various places in the field are
mixed into a com posite sam ple which
should be brought to th e county
ag en t’s office dry.
It takes b ut a few m inutes to test
dry soil fo r acidity. W et soil cannot
be tested.
The Portland Cem ent association
recently published a book entitled,
“ Plans for Concrete Farm Buildings”
which describes the best m ethods of
m ixing concrete fo r d ifferen t pur
poses and gives plans for building
m any kinds of farm buildings, tanks
and o th er farm conveniences. This
book may be obtained on request to
the county ag e n t’s office.
F arm ers who are interested in soil
types and the m anagem ent of each
type, may receive fo r th e asking,
soil m ap of Clackam as county. This
map draw n from a survey made by
the U nited S tates d epartm ent of ag
ricu ltu re shows in color each soil
type and is accom panied by a de­
scriptive booklet. School teachers as
well as farm ers will be sent a map on
W. H. Zivney, president of the
S tate Potato G rowers association,
and P rof. G. R. Hyslop of the Oregon
A gricultural College have announced
a m eeting of the potato grow ers of
the state on Novem ber 7. At this
m eeting Seym our Jones, state m ar
keting agent, will set the standard
of grades by which O regon potatoes
will be m arketed in the future. The
m eeting will be held a t 9:30 a. m.,
in the restau ran t room a t the P a­
cific In tern ation al livestock show and
all O regon grow ers are invited to a t­
Bulbous blue grass will be com ­
pared w ith English rye grass fo r
pasture by V. C. Doppleb, Libearl.
This grass, which is highly rated as a
pasture crop fo r soils which dry out
in early spring has been used but
little if a t all in Clackam as county.
Seed was furnished by the Oregon
A gricultural College for trial by Eli­
nor H anley Bush of M edford.
Dan S tahlnecker has a crew out
fixing up the bud places in the main
Mrs. M att Park and Mrs. O ttis
Vallon called on Mrs. M. Kydzweski
and Mrs. Tom M unson W ednesday.
Mrs. C ora Towel and two children
have moved to Portland.
George B itner is in the hospital in
Toledo su fferin g with blood poison­
ing in his hand.
Mrs. A. G oober has been ill the
past week w ith neuralgia.
L. M. Cox le ft M onday m orning to
work in the mills a t O regon City.
Louis Vallen was installing a
pump in his well Sunday.
E verett Stahlnecker delivered hops
to be shipped from E stacada S at­
U. N. Beckley m ade a business
trip to New E ra Monday.
The preaching service held here
M onday night by Rqv. E verett, P res­
byterian Sunday school m issionary,
was well attended.
Miss Lillian Shum aeher visited at
the T. G. M unson home Sunday eve­
A P. T. A. m eeting was held F ri­
day at the school house a fte r school.
It is planned to have hot lunch for
the school children in th e n ear fu ­
Mr. and Mrs. J. E dw ards en ter­
tain the follow ing guests Sunday:
Mrs. M ary Stebbins and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Edw ards and
d aughter of P ortland, Mr. and Mrs.
C. H oard and children of Sherwood,
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Hoard and chil­
dren of Ridgefield, Wash.
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F riday afternoon at th e school. The
pastor of the local church, Rev. T. I 4
Kirkwood o f S pringw ater, cam e over
and gave a talk for the benefit of
p aren ts and children.
M. G rafenhein spent Sunday with
his sister, Mrs. F rank Ochs.
Joe W eiderhold has gone to P o rt­
land to do som e hauling w ith his
truck fo r a week o r more.
Clay and Ralph Chaney are doing
some carp en ter work fo r Tom Beebe
over in G arfield.
M rs. Ochs spent T uesday a fte r­
noon w ith Mrs. Julius Paulsen.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Paulsen, Miss
E m m a and O tto Paulsen were dinner
guests on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.
H. Johnson.
Rev. F. T. Schoen m ade a business
trip to the city M onday afternoon.
Mrs. E. C. S trong presented Mrs.
J. M. C. M iller w ith a lovely bou­
quet of dahlias and glads Tuesday
from the S trong gardens.
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. D ittert and
B etty Lou, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Brown and Mrs. B row n’s m other,
Mrs. Boxm ann, m ade a m otor
trip of 200 miles Sunday, going via
the Loop highw ay to Hood River,
then over into W ashington, retu rn in g
via V ancouver and Portland.
A. R adford and F rank Michaelson
each bagged a buck below Roseburg
last week.
Mrs. F. H. Taw ney of W elches
stopped in Sandy on her way to the
city Tuesday.
A rdell W ebster is much better.
His trouble m ay not have been ty ­
phoid, but evidently w as caused by
bad w ater. All the fam ily had a
touch of the trouble before they
moved into tow n.
The C. A. R uthers entertain ed the
A lbrecht fam ily of P ortland over
Summons for Foreclosure of
Miss Em m a Paulsen, a fte r spend
Tax Lien
ing the week w ith h er parents, Mr. In the C ircuit C ourt o f the S tate of
O regon, fo r the C ounty of Clack­
and Mrs. Pete Paulsen, has returned
am as.
to Portland.
F. L. Davis, p laintiff, vs. John Buras
Those having a birthday in Octe
John B uras,the above nam ed de­
ber en tertain ed w ith a p arty in the To fen
d an t:
club hall on S aturday evening with
In the nam e o f the S tate of O re­
a num ber of invited guests. Those gon : Y’ou are hereby notified th a t F.
celebrating th eir birthdays w ere M L. Davis is th e holder of a certificate
D elinquency No. 2727 issued on
and Mrs. C. A. Johnson, Mr. and of
the 2nd day o f M arch, 1927, by the
Mrs. Harold Joyner, Mrs. H. Joyne: Tax C ollector of C lackam as County,
Miss D orothy Ruhi, Ralphie Chaney S tate of Oregon, th e sam e being the
ount due and delinquent fo r the
and Mr. and Mrs. G. Zw irinan. A am
year 1919 together w ith penalty, in­
nice lunch was served and everyone terest and costs thereon, upon real
had a good tim e.
property assessed to John Buras and
of which said Joh n B uras is the own­
Mr. and Mrs. W alter Paulsen and er
as appears of record, situated in
daughters G eorgia and B etty of Clackam
as C ounty, S tate of Oregon
By the County Club Agent
The annual corn show sponsored and Mrs. Julius Paulsen and family.
acres in the E zra Fisher
by the Bank of Commerce of Oregon
D. I,. C. and being described as fol­
City will be held in the bank S atu r­
lows: B eginning a t a point 70 feet
land are guests over Tuesday and south and 86 degrees E ast from the
day, O ctober 27. An exceptional W
est corner of the land belong
large num ber of entries are expected. Rath.
ing to R uth E. Ram sey, according to
The ten high scooring exhibits will
deed recorded in Book 127 page 241
The P. T. A. held th eir m eeting deed
Records of Clackam as County,
be entered a t the land products show
O regon, thence South 66 degrees east
a t the Pacific In tern ation al Livestock
e t to the n orth east corner of a
Notice fo r Publication
D epartm ent of the Interior, li. S tra c t o f land sold by J. E. Boyer tc
The 4-H stock judging team th at Land O ffice at Roseburg, Oregon Ruth E. Ramsey in Book 116 at page
167 Deed Records of Clackamas
will com pete a t the Pacific In te rn a­ O ctober 1, 1928.
ounty, O regon, thence South 1 de­
is hereby given th a t Robert C gree
tional m ade a to u r in M arion county L. Notice
to the southeast co rn er of the
C rane, 925 Going street, P ortland last above
w here they judged H olsteins, Jerseys, O regon,
tract, thence
who, on A ugust 5. 1925 gree w est 165 described
feet to the southw est
hogs and sheep. Cass, Nicols, Linn made H. E. (w as P ortland 07741)
of the last above described
No. 017332, for SV4 NW *4, and corner
Thom pson and other farm s w ere vis­ our
c t thence south 86 degrees east
NV4 S W 'i, section 1, tow nship 4 S. tra
feet, thence north 1 degree east
range 5 E., W illam ette m eridian, ha: 175 feet,
thence southw est 529 Vz feet
filed notice of intention to m ake threi 500
of beginning.
fear proof, tp establish claim to th< You e place
fu rth er notified th a t said
and above described, before K. F. p lain tiff has
paid taxes on said
Frazer, U. S. com m issioner, at Yeor prem ises fo r subsequent
(Crow ded out last week)
Portland, O re., on th e 5th the ra te of in terest on said years
C. W. Simmes, M aupin Tim es edi­ building,
am ounts
of Novem ber, 1928.
tor, says at least 125 h un ters visited day C laim
ant nam es ns w itnesses:
R ate of
one sm all section of th e Blue m oun­ Emil Laitinen. of R. 1, E stacada Y r.’s Tax D ate Pd.
Amt. Int.
tains this season, and estim ates th at O regon, George D. Cook, of R. 1, Es 1918
M ar. 2, ’27 122.25 15%
O regon; W illiam A. Dwyer
a t least 5000 hunters w ere out in taenda,
M ar. 2 , ’27 16.53 15%
of Box 416, G arabaldi, O regon, and 1924
ar. 2, ’27 14.97 15%
the state. One day, early in the sea­ Oscar Noren of 396 E. Clay street 1926
A pr. 12, ’28 13.98 15%
son, 11 bueks were hauled through P ortland, Oregon.
May 29, ’28 13.88 15%
M aupin. Simmes has not figured up Non-Coal
The said John B uras as the ow ner
the am ount o f am m unition wasted. Publish O ctober 5 to N ovem ber 2, ’28 ofthe legal title to the above describ­
ed property as the sam e appears of
record, and each o f th e o th er p er­
sons above nam ed and all persons 01
parties unknow n claim ing any right,
title, lien or in terest in said property
are hereby fu rth e r notified th a t the
p lain tiff will apply to the C ircuit
C ourt of the county and state afo re­
said fo r a decree foreclosing the lien
against the property above described
and m entioned in said certificate and
you are hereby sum m oned to appear
w ithin sixty days from and a fte r th r
date of the first publication hereof
exclusive of the day of said first pub­
lication and defend this action to pay
the am ount due as above shown, to­
g eth er w ith costs and accrued in te r­
est and in case of your failu re to do
so, a decree will be rendered fo re­
closing the lien o f said taxes and
costs against the land and prem ises
above described.
This sum m ons is published by
order of the H onorable J. U. Camp­
bell, presiding ju d ge of the above en ­
titled court, which said order was
1926 Nash Special Coupe; perfect condition—
m ade and dated th e 17th day of
O ctober, 1928, and prescribed th at
$ 7 0 0 the
sum m ons be served by publication
1926 Hupmobile Coupe, with rumble seat—
once each week fo r six successive
weeks in a new spaper published in
$ 7 5 0 1 Clackam
as C ounty, S tate or Oregon
having a general circulation
J therein.
T he date of the first publication of
1 this sum m ons, the
18th dav of
O ctober, 1928.
All process and papers in this pro­
ceedings m ay be served upon the un­
dersigned, residing w ithin the State
of O regon, w ith the address herein
a fte r m entioned:
W. L. Mulvey and B. F. Lindas, a t = =
Oregon City torneys
plaintiff, address: Room =
Phone 1801
Phone 483 1 0 . Hogg for Building.
Oregon City. O re = =
Date of first publication, Oct. 19, ’28, “
D ata o f last publication, Nov. 30, ’28.
D inner guests of Mrs. J. M. C.
M iller Monday night w ere Mrs. E. E
Van Fleet, Mrs. Zenger, Mrs. Brown
o f Sandy grade school, Mrs. R oberta
W illiam s of the high school, Mrs.
Hazel M urray. Mr. M allery was also
Anton Malar
Farm and Cattle Sales
Phone Sandy 12x4
Boring - - - Oregon
P ortland office A uto F t. Term .
— E ast 2406 181 E. W ater St
Insured C arrier
F u rn itu re M oving a Specialty
Daily Service
O rder all goods delivered to auto
F reight T erm inal, 181 E. W ater
S treet, Portland.
O ffice 72-1— E stacada— Res 11-3
E stacada, O regon
T ry our goods— they are alw ays
fresh. If you like them , tell
your frien d s; if you don’t like
them , tell us.
Sunday and M onday, O ctober 28 and 29—
R oaring hum or, round a fte r io u nd of ’aughter, thunderous
b attle— too— w ith desperate sailors, fierce pirates, exploding
battleships— and a stupendous fo rt— and young love— beautiful
— rom antic, under a M editerranean moon.
Comedy “ HOLLY N U N TS”
Tuesday N ight (o n ly ), O ctober 30—
REED Sandy,
W ith Eddie G ribbon and Lila Lee and an all-star cast. An
im m igrant boy lost in the confusion of the new w orld— a kind­
ly rough sergeant of m arines on his way to fight the b attle of
his life— a sudden tigh tening of h earts— and lo, Ugo Stephan,
Schmidkov becam e U. S. Sm ith m ascot of the U nited States
M arines. Comedy, “ SIX M ILES TO GO.”
B ring your program and 10c fo r adults, 5c fo r children, and see
this big show.
W ednesday, (O nly) O ctober 31 —
George W alsh in—
Taken from the story, “ T hree M inutes to Go”— a glorious
chapter from college life. Comedy, “ MONKEYS PR EFE R
BLONDES.” B enefit Show for E stacada Football Team .
Thursday and Friday. N ovem ber 1 and 2—
A n excellent fe atu re of the round-up pictures is th eir conti­
nuity, th e absence of cuts, fadeouts and flashbacks. A m an
ropes a steer and the picture carries through until he has
throw n and tied it and leaped to his feet w ith the o utflu ng arm
action of achievem ent. In bulldogging. broncho busting, fancy
roping and riding the pictures are all over th e field, follow ing
the action to the finish.
Also Reed Hawes w ith D orothy D raw and B ruce G ordon in—
A big double-feature program at the regu lar price.
COMING— NOV. 11. 12 and 13—
The G reatest Bible P icture E ver Film ed—
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