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CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS, FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1929
For Sale— Farm Implements
Ada. accepted for thia column at 1
cent per word; minimum charge 25 FOR SALE— Oliver two-bottom 12-
centa; three inaertiona for the price
inch plow, for tractor or team use.
o f two. Carda o f thanka, 50 cents.
Ford truck, with cab and platform
A bookkeeping charge o f 10 cents is
body, low gear transmission— just
made for all classified ads. not paid
the truck for wood or heavy haul
ing, $125.— Eagle Creek Trading
for in advance.
Automobiles For Sale
HEAVY VAUGHAN DRAG SAW—
reconditioned, can be seen at Geil’s
LATE 1925 FORD Tudor, just over
Garage, Estacada; $75 cash. H.
hauled; new tires; new generator
First class condition. To be sold
at once at a big bargain. Mrs
For Sale— Livestock
Blanche Lundy or Bob Smith Gar
CALVES for sale— Two
age, Sandy. Phone Sandy 41. tf
six-months old heifer calves. Fred
FORD TRUCK with flat bed anc
Lins, Route» 1, Estacada; Phone
stakes; has generator and battery
Fair condition throughout. To sel
'OWS FOR SALE— 4 good dairy
quick, $50. Cooke Motor Co., Es
cows, 2 good fresh heifers, 1 two-
year old heifer. R. S. Chaney, R.
I U \H A I SEDAiN— new, to be s 1
1, Estacada, Phone 6x4.
at a big reduction. Phone Sand.
It V1ILK GOATS for sale— Inquire De
pendable Garage or Phone Res.
USED CARS— A few good used can
693, Estacada. G. G. Geil.
to go at a big bargain. Hesse
Implement Co., Gresham.
fl5 tl .'’OR SALE— One 6-foot Deering
binder, one span of 1600-pound
horses, harness and wagon, one
hay fork outfit complete. See G.
E. Lawrence at Feed store, Esta
PLUMBING— pipe fitting; steel sep
tic tanks a specialty. J. F. Stand
WANTED— Carpenter and cone let'
Get your estimate madi
now and get your work done befor-
the spring rush begins. Phone
6x51, C. A. Chaney, Estacada. a
For Sale— Poultry
R. I. RED Broilers, for sale at markel
Leave orders at Eagle
Creek Trading Co. P. Kenny.
FOR SALE CHEAP — Adjustable
dress form, like new. Inquire at
FOR SAKE— Oak Buffet and six oak
dining chairs, also oak. Ivan
FOR SALE— Late grown Burbanks:
sound, good table stock, 1 cent per
pound; drop seed % c per lb., an>
amount, buyer furnish sasks. Ho
mer Revenue, Route 1, Boring
FEW CHOICE R. I. RED hatching
eggs. Mrs. Henry Viles, Route 1
Estacada, Phone 34-12.
a2C BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY— Home
Restaurapt, Estacada, fo r rent;
R. I. Red Hatching Eggs— If yoi
fully equipped and going concern.
want eggs from good layers, I car
Apply on premises.
supply them at $1.50 per 15, oi
$6 per 100. S. C. Richmond, R. 1 YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS filled at the
Pharmacy in Gresham
Eagle Creek; near Dinty Moore's
Prompt and efficient service
Phone Gresham 1761.
WHITE LEGHORN EGGS for hatch
ing, 6 cents each. Mrs. M. A LIST YOUR REAL ESTATE with us
and tell us your real estate wants
Johnson, Route 4, box 84, Boring
— we may be able to help you.— L.
one-half mile east o f Eagle Creek
P. Conner, Licensed Realty Broker
Eagle Creek Trading Co.
DR. P. C. BROWN, Dentist
That are right
E S T A C A D A MEAT C O .
PERMANENT WAVE FOR $10.00—
special; during month o f April,
WANTED— Salesman for the Es'a
only; includes shampoo before am
cada territory for a well known and
popular make o f light automobile
after, haircut, and water wave
To an industrious man a good in
— Rose Dartt Beauty Shop, Es
come can be shown. Answer, giv
' ing previous experience, to P. O
Box 209, Estacada, Ore.
a5tf SHINGLE MILL, complete, for sale
Joe Vincent, Route 1, Boring, Oie
a!7 BEST RANCH fil l on the highway
tM im iiiim iiiiiim im im m m iim m iiitu
about 17 acres o f bottom land:
CLEANING and Pressing; ladi(s’
right in Eagle Creek; two good
work a specialty; mail orders given
FOR SA LE —
houses, two barns, chicken houses,
special attention; repairs and alter
good well— Goose creek runs thru
ations. “ We clean everything.”
edge o f place; for quick sale.
City Cleaners, Estacada.
$3750. L. P. Conner, Eagle Creek
USED CREAM SEPARATORS, gas
engines, spreaders, drills and tract
ors. Hessel Implement Company, DO YOU NEED MONEY? $200 t<
$1200 to loan on good real estatx
fl5 t f
security. S. E. Wooster, Estacada
BIG B A R G A IN
Bob Smith’s j
Phone Sandy 41 |
For Sale— W ood
WOOD FOR SALE— No. 1, 16-inch
$6, delivered. Also 12-inch, 24-
inch and cord wood. Phone Par
rish, Sandy 171._______________ ml
Selection of Hardy
for each lady who calls
at our store and brings
in this ad.
The Rexall Store
Dr. Harvey Freeze, a well knowr.
eye specialist of Oregon City, has re
turned from Los Angeles and re
sumed his practice after an absence
o f a month. He took post graduate
and clinical work as well as instruc
tion in the use of three new scientific
instruments, the Myoculator, Kerat
ometer and Perimeter. Dr. Freeze
claims that these three new instru
ments which he has added at a cos'
o f over $1000 will so improve opto-
metric diagnosis that all interference
with normal eye conditions is imme
diately traceable. He is now in hir
26th year of practice, 14 of which
have been in Clackamas county.—
Fir»t S a i l b o a t .
Let Us Help Plan Your Spring Improvements
M A Y BE?
A Sum m er C o ttage
A N ew G arage
P ou ltry H ouse
A n o th er Room
A new R o o f, or new Porches
— W h a te v e r
the problem ,
will be glad to have you con
B rooder H ouse, Etc.
s u lt us.
We will estimate the cost o f materials for you and recom
mend the most practical for your particular purpose.
JACKSON LUMBER COMPANY
"E v e r y th in g fo r the B u ild e r "
EXTRACTION OF TEETH
SPRINGWATER, April 11.— Spe
cial).— Rev and Mrs. E. R. D. Hol-
At this office we are equipped to
lensted, the minister and his wife who
handle the most difficult extra.■-
have been chosen for this circuit,
tion, with gas or local injection
around the gums.
moved into the parsonage here last
A trained dental nurse to insure
Tuesday. The church has been with
out a minister since Mr. and Mrs.
My past experience will bear me
Kirkwood left, early this spring, and
out as a painless extractor of
-this community is glad to extend a
welcome to them and hope they will
(T e n Y ears S u ccessfu l P ra ctice)
enjoy being with us. Services for
X -R a y E xam inations
worship will be held at the Spring-
FOR SALE— Five horsepower steam
boiler with fittings; in good condi day, at George in the afternoon and
$ 1 0 .0 0 to $ 3 7 .0 0
tion, bargain. H. Perret, Sandy, at Eagle Creek in the evening.
Miss Madden and Mr. and Mrs. A.
Phone Sandy 261
Out o f town people served in one visit when consistent with
C. Cogswell, o f Eagle Creek, went to
FOR SALE— 2,000 Cedar posts; 12A4 Whiteson, Wednesday, to visit with
cents each. Inquire Estacada Feed a niece of Miss Madden, Mrs. Duncan
McDonald and her husband; also
W illa m e tte Buildin g, O regon City
QUILT PATCHES — Enough for some of their old friends from north
E n tran ce O p p osite Post O f fic e
Phone 5 6 2
quilting both sides, only 59c. Ea ern Idaho, who were visiting there
gle Creek Trading Co.
turned to her home here Friday.
NOTE— Classified ad rate is 1 c a
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Keller and
word, minimum charge 25c; three
Mrs. Wiley Howell were guests o f Mr.
insertions for price o f two. This
and Mrs. John Keller, in Dodge, on
service is cash in advance and if
charged 10c addition will be added
Mr. and Mrs. John Marshall have
as bookkeeping cost. You will savi
their farm here for an apart
10c by mailing or sending in the
ment house in Portland and are mov
cost o f the ad at once.
ing away this week.
SHINGLES FOR SALE— Mountain
Evertt Shibley and baby daughter
close-giained red cedar shingles have been quite sick with a cold and
Because our equipment
manufactured by Turel Shingle a doctor was called to attend the
for their handling and
mill, Welches, Ore. Drive up and baby. They are very much impi-oved
see them or write for prices. Loop at present.
care is of the very best
highway, turn left at Zigzag Ran
Mrs. J. A. Shibley was sick for sev
ger station; 3 miles, on a good eral days last week, but is reported
m ltf better.
Mr. Byeis is working at the J. Mo-
FOR SALE— Team, wagon and har
ger farm, taking care o f the little
ness, all for $230. Eagle Creek
Mr. and Mrs. Fulsom, from Dayton,
AUCTION SALE— At the R. B. Gib Wash., who are here visiting their
son farm two miles east of Eagh laughter and family, Mrs. Harold
Creek Grange hall, at 1 p. m., or Horner, have gone to Sandy to visit
DUNTH OR PE M OTOR T R A N S P O R T C O M P A N Y
Tuesday, April 23— cream separa their son, Jim Fulsom, for a few
P O R T L A N D — GRESHAM —SANDY
Via Section Line Road
tor, range, dresser, two bedsteads days.
One Rnd 1
Springwater Grange meets Satur 0
springs and mattresses, chairs and
Way Trip SANDY ...... Lv. 8:40 A.M.
other household goods; one wagon day, 13th, and members are asked to
hack, buggy, mower and rake, fan respond to roll call by giving some 0
ning mill, harrow, and numerous helpful hint on gardening.
Thei'e will be a congregational 0
Terms cash. A.
W. Cooke, auctioneer, H. F\ Gib meeting at the church Friday even
Ar. 9:50 A.M.
al9 ing, April 19. A pot-luck lunch will 0
be served after the meeting. Every
Way Trip PORTLAND
1 :00 P.M.
Lv. 7:00 A.M.
one is invited to attend and bring 0
Lost and Found
something for the church.
LOST— Washington license plate, No will be served by the Ladies’ Aid.
210731. Finder Phone News of
Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Howell called
Sandy .......... Ar. 8:15 A.M.
on Mr. and Mrs. Flank Wheeler on 0
DEPOTS: Sandy— Krebs Kafe, Phone 5x2
Portland— Sixth St.
For Sale— Real Estate
Terminal, Sixth and Salmon, Phone ATwater 3301
Visitors at the Earl Shibley home
ABOUT ONE ACRE with two stor< this week were Mr. and Mrs. Dillum
buildings, 3 one-room cabins, 1
three-room cabin, 2 one-ctfr gar and Mr. and Mrs. Dickson, o f Port n iiiiiim m m iiim iiim m iim m iim iiim iiiiiiiim iiiiim m iiim iH iim im m m im iiir
ages; water piped to premises, con land, on Thursday, and Mrs. Shib-
including ley’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Smedley,
fountain and gas pump, suitable and Mr. and Mrs. Bellamy, o f Port
for general store. This is a rea1
= A good start is very essential to a rapid growth and a paying flock. ^
land, on Sunday.
buy, it cost the owner $6000, and
Mrs. Frank Wheeler and children E We always buy what we have found by experience to be the best. =
owing to illness he will sell foi
E Get our prices on chick grain and mashes, also we will refer you to ~
$3500 with $1500 down; terms or visited at the home o f Mr. and Mrs.
our successful raisers last year. Ask them about us.
balance at 6 per cent. No trades Arthur York on Sunday.
Duke & Proctor, Sandy Ore. al2
B A R T H O L O M E W & LA W R E N C E
PIANO FOR SALE at a big discount
to save further expense. Fully
guaranteed and will take in your
phonograph or other musical in
strument as part payment and give
easy terms to suit anyone on bal
ance. For location and full pa.»
ticulars write to C. F. Hendrick,
factoxy piano adjuster; Care Logan
Transfer & Storage Co., 2613 Pa
cific Ave., Tacoma, Wash.
M AR Y AN D K ER RY STARS OF
C O M IN G S H O W , “ L O V E M E ’
The film combination o f Norman
Kerry and Mary Philbin is together
again for the third time in a Univer
sal production. The picture is “ Love
Me and the World is Mine,” the first
American picture to be made by E..A.
Dupont, the noted UFA director, and
it will be the feature attraction at
the Liberty Theatre Sunday and
Monday, April 14 and 15.
As an added attraction Manager
Bill Perry has engaged the Royal Es-
tacadaians to furnish music, and also
has employed this newly organized
orchestra to play each Sunday night.
Some four years ago, Mary Phil
bin, then virtually an unknown play
er, who had earned a -trip to Holly
wood by winning a beauty contest
in Chicago, was chosen to play the
lead in “ Merry-Go-Round.”
It was a daring thing for Universal
to do, to place responsibility for a
featured role in a million dollar pro
duction in a girl who had had almost
no screen experience.
The picture proved that Univer
sal’s judgment had been
The picture was a triumph for Miss
Philbin and for Kerry, who played
the featured masculine role.
The popular team was together
again in “ The Phantom o f the Op
era,” Universal’s latest production of
Now they will be seen again and in
the same intriguing locale— that of
pre-war Vienna— as in “ Merry-Go-
“ Love Me and the World Is
Mine” is a picturization of the affairs
of Hannerl, a novel by Rudolph
llanns Bartsch. The supporting cast
includes Betty Compson, Henry B.
Walthall, George Siegmann, Albert
Conti, Mathilde Brundage, Charles
Puffy, Martha Mattox and others.
The paintings and sculptures In the
early records of Egypt show regularly
formed boats constructed of sawed
planks of timber propelled by nunter
ous rowers and also by sails. These
vessels were long galleys with one
mast and a large square sail which
was sometimes of linen and sometimes
of papyrus. The oldest authentic rec
nrd as to these salting vessels Is the
Illustration of one of them nsed ns a
deeorntlon of an Egyptinn amphora
(In the British museum). Judged to
have been made about 6000 B. C. It
Is noted, however, flint these boats
could sail only with the wind. The
science of salting against the wind
Mias Ella Govin, o f St. Louis, ar
was unknown for thousands of years
rested for begging, was found to
They sailed only when the wind was
favorable. The oarsmen worked when have borrowed five different babies
to carry about with her.
the xv lode were unfavorable.
C H IC K S
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