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About Clackamas County news. (Estacada, Or.) 1928-1957 | View Entire Issue (March 15, 1929)
CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS, FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1929
LOST— Between Eagle Creek and
Ads. accepted for this column at 1 Estacada Saturday night after the
cent per word, minimum charge 25 dance, one license tag No. 106403.
cents, three insertions for the price Sylvester Lawrence, Route 2, Es
of two. Cards of thanks, 50 cents. tacada.
A bookkeeping charge of 10 cents is
made for all clussifieds not paid ir
TEAM OF BAY HORSES, suitable
for general farm work; also will
Automobiles For Sale
sell wagon and harness; priced
right. W. P. Ferrell, Barton. It
FORD COUPE; 1923 model, big bar
gain, has 1929 license. For qu ck FOR SALE— Fresh Jersey and Hol
sale, $40. Bob Cooke. Phone 245 stein cow; heavy milker; very gen
tle, third calf. See cow Sunday.
Roy Still, Eagle Creek.
FOR SALE OR TRADE— Ford tour
ing car; trade for stock, poultry oi ' GUERNSEY COWS — Two good
anything of value, or will sell ai r grade Guernsey cows; will freshen
bargain. Hal F. Gibson, Barton
within next few days; $100 each.
m2! B. M. Joslin, Springwater, P. O.
USED CARS— A few good used car: address, R. 2, Estacada.
to go at a big bargain. Hesse'. rOK SALE— Good Jersey cow, fresh
Implement Co., Gresham. fl5 tf April 25. P. Malvanini, River
1924 Ford Sedan—good tires, good
condition; quick sale, $150. For FOR SALE— Eight purebred Hamp
cash will furnish license. Cascade shire ewes and 5 lambs. Hugh H.
Carlin, Estacada. Tel. 32-211. m22
Chevrolet Co., Estacada.
Employment Wanted REGISTERED
almost ready for service; also a
good 1200 lb. mare. J. A. Shibley
PLUMBING— pipe fitting; steel sep
& Son, Springwater, P. O. R. 2,
tic tanks a specialty. J. F. Stand
ish, Garfield. Phone Estacada Estacada; Tel. Redland 97. m l5
fl For Sale—Farm Implements
LIST YOUR REAL ESTATE with us
and tell us your real estate wants
— we may be able to help you.—L.
P. Conner Licensed Realty Broker
Eag e Creek Trading Co.
PUREBRED Light BRAHMA halt h-
ing eggs from unrelated stock:
hens weigh 8 to 10 pounds. Mrs
J. T. Irwin, Estacada.
Lost and Found
LOST— Near junction Eagle Creek
and South Fork Feb. 4, large male
Airedale dog; answers to name of
Tike. Had collar and muzzle on
when lost. Anyone knowing the
whereabouts of this dog kindly
call telephone office, Esta.
FOR SALE— Five horsepower steam
boiler with fittings; in good condi
tion, bargain. H. Ferret, Sandy,
Phone Sandy 261
FOR SALE— 2,000 Cedar posts; 12
cents each. Inquire Estacada Feed
QUILT PATCHES — Enough for
quilting both sides, only 59c. Ea
gle Creek Trading Co.
SHINGLES FOR SALE— Mountain,
close-grained red cedar shingles,
manufactured by Turel Shingle
mill, Welches, Ore. Drive up and
see them or write for prices. Loop
highway, turn left at Zigzag Ran
ger station; 3 miles, on a good
SPECIAL NOTICE — Pal-So-Dene
cold and lung relief, recommended
for bronchitis, soreness in the
lungs and severe cough. For sale
at Morgan’s Feed Store, Estacada
distributed by G. A. Masse, R. 2,
Box 98, Estacada. Phone 4x7. m29
USED CREAM SEPARATORS, gas
engines, spreaders, drills and tract
ors. Hessel Implement Company,
For Sale—Farm Products
COOKING APPLES, 50 cents per
box. Bring boxes or containers
FOR SALE— 1 V4 h. p. International Geoi’ge Genseroski, Springwater,
Harvester gas engine. Mrs. E. N. Route 2, Estacada.
Bates, Phone Estacada 66-2 m29
For Sale—Real Estate
FOR SALE— Oliver two-bottom 12- BEST RANCH BUY on the highway;
inch plow, for tractor or team use. about 17 acres of bottom land;
Ford truck, with cab and platform right in Eagle Creek; two good
body, low gear transmission—just houses,
two barns, chicken houses,
the truck for wood or heavy haul good well—
Goose creek runs thru
ing, $125.—Eagle Creek Trading edge of place;
for quick sale
m ltf $3750. L. P. Conner,
CLEANING and Pressing; ladies’
work a specialty; mail ordex's given
special attention; repairs and alter WANTED— Reliable man to put in
ations. “We clean everything.’’ garden on shai'es on my lot on
City Cleaners, Estacada.
m29 Second street; very good soil, call
FOR SALE— Team, wagon and har or phone 57-3, Mrs. C. S. Allen,
ness, all for $230. Eagle Creek Estacada.
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Value oF 4-11 Work
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SPRINGWATER, Mar. 14.— (Spe ~ T h u rsd a y a n d F riday, M arch 14 a n d 15—
John Gilbert in
cial).— The Grange met March 9 with 3
an open meeting, with several visitors
present. LeRoy Wright, county club
With Renee Adoree and Ernest Torrence. The thunder of pal- z:
leader, gave some interesting fact >
loping hoofs runs through this great picture as the irresistible z:
Cossacks sweep on to a stirring climax. Comedy—
concerning club work and stated the E
“You’re Darned Tooting”
following five points as the chief ben E
efits of club work: 1st, it makes for E S a tu rd a y N ight (o n ly ) M arch 16—
America’s favorite new boy star in a sensational drama— E
leadership; 2nd, trains for achieve
Frankie Dario in
ment; 3d, teaches the value of ser- —
vice; 4th, serves us a tie between
With Jobyna Ralston. A picture every parent should see.— Zj
youth and age, and 5th, teaches the E E
Where is your boy tonight? An inspiration to youth! A street z:
value of co-operation. The advant E
urchin wins success against great odds. Comedy—
ages of standard club work over in ^
“Behind the Counter.”
dividual work was stressed.
H S u n d a y a n d M onday, M arch 17 a n d 18—
Mr. Wright also stated that a new
“THE TRAIL OF ’98”
pin for achievement had been adopt
With Dolores Del Rio, Ralph Forbes anti Karl Dane. The pic- ~
ed, a nicer one for each of the six jZ
ture smash that swept Broadway off its feet is here at last. Seo E
the gigantic snow slide! The Chilkoot Pass! The White Horse z:
years and the final one to be u solid :z
Rapids! The burning of Dawson city!— Scenes never to be :z
forgotten. Also Pathe News reel. Special music by an
Several school children who were E Z-
interested in club work were present Z W e d n e sd a y N ight (only ) M arch 20----
to hear their leader’s message.
Yakima Canutt in
Ed Shearer, as a member of the |
A Western that brings ’em all up standing. Comedy, “That’s =
Springwater Fair board, announced E
that the fair programs would be out E
High School Quartet in a variety E
soon and also stated that the fair E z: SPECIAL FEATURE— Estacada
date will be one week before the Zj T h u rsd a y a n d F rid a y , M arch of 21 song
Clackamas county fair, the exact 3
Lon Chaney in
dates to be announced later.
Mrs. Harold Horner reported that E
One of Chaney’s most weird and fantastic pictures; showing E
her trip to Corvallis, where she at
the ceremonies of hoodoo worshippers of the jungles of Africa. =
Comedy, “Is Everybody Happy?”
tended the three-day school for
grange lecturers, was very much en
joyed and that she received some very | Admission: A d u l t s , 2 -5 c; C h i l d r e n u n d e r 1 4 , 1 0 c i
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state Grange lecturer; George Pal-
miter, state Grange master; Mrs. Jes
sie McComb, state leader of home
start is very essential to a rapid growth and a paying flock. E
economics extension; Miss Maude E E A We good
buy what we have found by experience to be the best. S
Wilson, economist, Oregon experi Z; Get always
our prices on chick grain and mashes, also we will refer you to ~
ment station; Miss Grace Johnson,
our successful raisers last year. Ask them about us.
professor of household administra
tion and James Farmer, national lec Z P h o n e 601 BARTHOLOMEW & LAWRENCE
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I PAINT UP
CURRINSVILLE, Mar. 14.— (Spe
cial).— Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Linn
moved into their new home Saturday.
Mx-s. C. W. Fuller is still improv
ing and hopes to soon be able to re
We handle Rasmussen’s Paints. A good, dura- |
paint for house painting and decorating— =
Katie Heiple Monday and helped to | dries with a good gloss; has good covering capacity, |
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to 1100 pounds. J. F. Denny, Es Earl Shibley and George W alter | and wears well. This paint is made from good ma- |
tacada, phone 82-51.
It resumed work again Monday on the 5 tei ;a!s and will give excellent results.
new dairy barn for Mr. Franks. Neil
CARD OF THANKS
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Bronson is helping them.
We wish to convey our gratitude made a trip to Oregon City Monday
s I and thanks to our many friends for in
the interest of some of the side
5 ! their expressions of sympathy and roads.
SATURDAY NIGHT, MARCH 16
E kindly assistance during Mother Al
Mrs. 0. E. Omsted made a
ii len’s illness and passing. — Surface trip Mr. to and Portland
Monday and pur
E I Family and the Allen Family.
chased two fine cows and had them
to their place.
To carry communication between delivered
made a trip to
the Fordson plant of the Ford Motor Portland Monday taking
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Company and the outside world, 100
hogs to the market.
telephone lines extend from the dressed
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of the new Ford admin Ewalt
loaded out a car of wheat for
I LOYD SMITH AND H I S R E D H O T B A N D | switchboard
istration building and the Detroit the Portland
Mrs. T. E. Hammersly and daugh
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ter of the Hawthorne apartments of
Portland came out to visit Mr. Ham
The Currinsville store delivered
seven barrels of gasoline to their cus
tomers Monday. •
F a c to ry F ra n c h is e for 1929 J u s t Received
John A. Marshall recently started
to build a fence around the place re
cently purchased by J. O. Tunnell.
The Currinsville truck hauled to
were started on
Portland Tuesday some fine hogs for
Mrs. Arthur Smith was a Portland
T. E. Hammersly has set out six
In Its Introductory Year!
thousand filbert trees. Mrs. Ham
mersly brought out 140 baby chicks
F eed F is h e r’s Feed* fo r
a N o n -S to p F light to
Monday to their ranch, which was
CARS IN A-l CONDITION—TERMS
G r e a t e r P o u ltry P rofit*
formerly owned by H. M. Duus.
Mrs. Ruth Smith of Eagle Creek
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shopped in Currinsville Tuesday.
Dodge ’25 Sedap
S. E. Heiple lost one of his best
By virtue of an enormous demand liquid milk. Both Fisher’s Chick
when it was introduced last year, Starter Milk Mash and Fisher’g
trip to Oregon City to consult with
Fisher’s Save-Time Chick Mash is
the county agent in regard to the
Steel Pickup Body
death of their sheep.
now a full-fledged member of the the necessary digestible proteins,
There is quite a demand for baled
Fisher’s Feed Family. This chick minerals and vitamines for safe,
hay and feeder hogs. If you have
mash is based on the formula of rapid development.
Good ’26 Ford Touring; Ruckstell, with
to sell place an ad in this
our regular Chick Starter Milk
paper. It will help us to know where
Mash and differs only in that it
to go to buy. It is to your interest.
contains powdered milk in a quan
Mrs. T. C. Campbell and daughter
Whippet ’28 Sedan, lots of extras
tity making it unnecessary to feed
of Washington was in Currinsville
The feed mill and seed cleaner in I Ford ’25 Coupe, runs and looks good
F I S H E R ’S 1929 F E E D I N G S C H E D U L E
Currinsville is running almost every
If you do not already have a copy, write for
our 1929 Simplified Chick Feeding Schedule.
It gives complete instructions for feeding and
H. L. Guthrie of Sandy was shop
caring for vour chicks and explains Fisher’s
Save Time Chick Mash. Fisher Flouring Mills
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Every Car WiEh 1929 License
Howard Carr, conductor of the
municipal orchestra in London, was
forced to resign because he would not
play jazz music.
Malcolm Graham slipped and
| 80 feet into a bin of grain in an
| vator at Fort William, Ont., esca;
with a few bruises.
S. & S. HARDWARE
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Fisher's “Save Time,, Chick Mash
1 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0 Chicks
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Estacada Feed Store
I Hessel Implement Co. |