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SA N D Y BOCALS
We Specialize in
Ralph Brown has gone to work at
the Sardy market and is driving a
Sundy grade school lost the hall
game to Sandyridge Friday, 26 to o.
George Allgeier dre-ve the bus, taking
the entire eighth grade room for the
A family has moved on the John
Herman Walters, rural carrier on
Boring Route 2, attended the young
people’s social at Sandy Community
church Friday night.
been on this mail route for live years.
Mrs. A. Byron, Cottrell, visited Mr.
and Mrs. Hare Id Krebs over the week
end and also visited Sandy Grange.
F. Lohrman has been delivering
cordwood in Sandy recently.
Mrs. N. L. Horr and little Marietta
left for Montana Saturday night to
spend the summer. Mr. Horr will
join them when high school is out.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Loundree invited
Clair Nolan and Richard Maronay to
play cards Saturday night.
Guests at Sunday dinner at the
home o f Mrs. Miller were Mr. and
Mrs. Sylvester Hall, Miss Arleigh
Kaninierer, N. L. Horr and Lewis
Jonnie Shelley is getting better
and was able to be out on Sunday.
Sylvester Hall is employed to put
in the wiring for the new state garage
at Sandy. He also did special wiring
in the Hoffman house recently.
High mass was held at the Sandy
Catholic church on Sunday by Rev.
Alfred Meining reported it was a
tough,drive up the mountain in the
snow, on Saturday, delivering gro
Mrs. G. D. Orr’s nephew, Leslie
Davis, o f Corvallis, is working at the
Bruns-Mclntyre mill and staying at
the Orr home.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bacon called
on Mrs. Miller Friday and later went
Three dances were “ on” Saturday
night, one at the Henry Keisicker
home, one at Sandy Grange hall and
another at Sladky’s.
Mr. and Mrs. Harper had at dinner
Friday evening, Mrs. Miller, R. W.
Mallery, Lois and Clara Payn. Lois,
coming from Goldendale, left Satur
Clair Nolan was invited to Gresham
to a dinner Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Art Young enter
tained company on Sunday.
. Miss Pearl Proctor is improving
rapidly again but was still in bed the
most o f the time the first o f the week.
Ed Gesch has torn down his old
barn and built it into chicken houses.
He will raise White Leghorns and has
200 little chicks as a starter.
George Hartwig drove the school
bus to Milwaukie Saturday to take
the typing contestants there. Clar
ence Eri also went.
Little David Christianson, Billy
Lauderback, Jack Goheen and Buddy
Reed took down with the measles on
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Palmer will
move in the Esson house when the
Pace family goes away.
Five men and five women are in
the cast of the three-act comedy
drama to be put on by the Cottrell
P.-T. A., Wednesday night, April 24.
Big show— deserves a full house.
Mr. and Mrs. George Houskins, the
Walter Locke family, Portland, and
Helen Dahrens visited at the Ed
Geseh home late Sunday.
Adolph AschofT greeted friends in
Sandy on Saturday. Mr. Aschoff is
now recovered from a severe attack
o f la grippe. He had over 200 let
ters, from all over the world, at
Christinas time, and it has kept him
busy to get them answered.
Mrs. George Beers was drawn on
Monday to serve on the grand jury.
Mr. Beers took her to Oregon City.
For Sale— Farm Implements STEEL RANGE, Florence Oil stove,
Ads. accepted for this column at 1
porcelain sink and back. Call Es
cent per word; minimum charge 25 FOR SALE— One 6-foot Deering
tacada phone 77-3.
cents; three insertions for the price
binder, one spun of 1600-pound
o f two. Cards o f thanks, 50 cents.
horses, harness and wagon, one BALED STRAW for sale. Phone
A bookkeeping charge of 10 cents is
hay fork outfit complete. See G.
made for all classified ads. not paid
for in advance.
E. Lawrence at Feed store, Esta WANTED TO TRADE $1200 equity
in property listed below for small
Autom obiles For Sale
property or acreage preferred:—
UK SALE— Oliver two-bottom 12-
Four room house, full basement
inch plow, for tractor or team use.
1925 FORD ROADSTER with steel
laundry trays, bath, breakfast nook
pickup delivery, two new rear
and garage, lot 50x100, nice lawn,
body, low gear transmission— just
tires and in good shape mechanic
flowers, shrubbery, strawberries
the truck for wood or heavy haul
ally, $125. Bob Cooke Motor Co..
and raspberries; one ball' block to
Columbia park, one and one-half
blocks to street ear. House is new
LATE 1925 FORD Tudor, just over
rented. See Jack Stultz at Sanek
hauled; new tires; new generator. HEAVY VAUGHAN DRAG SAW—
reconditioned, can be seen at Geil’s
Barber Shop, Estaeada.
First class condition. To be sold
Garage, Estaeada; $75 cash. H.
at once at a big bargain. Mrs
Blanche Lundy or Bob Smith Gar
age, Sandy. Phone Sandy 41. tf
FOR RKNT— Five-room furnished
house. See Mrs. J. T. Irvin, Esta
FORD TRUCK with flat bed and FOR SALE— Oak Buffet and six oak
stakes; has generator and battery
dining chairs, also oak. Ivan
Fair condition throughout. To sell
a26 FOR SALE or Rent, house, all con
quick, $50. Cooke Motor Co., Es-
veniences. Inquire at Estaeada
a l2 tf FOR SALE— Late grown Burbanks;
Meat company, Phone 75-1.
sound, good table stock, 1 cent per
USED CARS— A few good used cars
pound; drop seed % c per lb., any
For Sale— Livestock
to go at a big bargain. Hessel
amount, buyer furnish sasks. Ho
Implement Co.. Gresham.
YOUNG SOWS fo r sale, also
mer Revenue, Route 1, Boring,
one boar, not related; also pack
und saddle horses, Indian Runner
For Sale— Poultry
YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS filled at the
duck eggs. Fred Ely, Phone Es
PEDIGUEED Mammot.h Bronze Tur-
Pharmacy in Gresham.
key egfis; chotee y5c, extras 50c
Prompt and efficient service.
each. Mrs. R. E. Beck, R. 2. Esta
Phone Gresham 1761.
For Sale— Real Estate
cado, phone 82-7.
LIST YOUR REAL ESTATE with us BEST RANCH BUY on the highway;
R. I. RED Broilers, for sale at market
and tell us your real estate wants
about 17 acres o f bottom land;
Leave orders at Eagle
— we may be able to help you.— L.
right in Eagle Creek; two good
Creek Trading Co. P. Kenny.
P. Conner, Licensed Realty Broker,
houses, two barns, chicken houses,
Eagle Creek Trading Co.
good well— Goose creek runs thru
FEW CHOICE R. I. RED hatching
edge o f place; for quick sale.
eggs. Mrs. Henry Viles, Route 1, SHINGLE MILL, complete, for sale.
$3750. L. P. Conner, Eagle Crjek
Estaeada, Phone 34-12.
Joe Vincent, Route 1, Boring, Ore
R. I. Red Hatching Eggs— If you
CLEANING and Pressing; ladies’ DO YOU NEED MONEY? $200 tc
want eggs from good layers, I can
work a specialty; mail orders given
$1200 to loan on good real estate
supply them at $1.50 per 15, or
special attention; repairs and alter
security. S. E. Wooster, Estaeada,
$6 per 100. S. C. Richmond, R. 1,
ations. “ We clean everything.”
Eagle Creek; near Dlnty Moore’s
City Cleaners, Estaeada.
For Sale— W o o d
USED CREAM SEPARATORS, gas
Help W an ted
WOOD FOR SALE— No. 1, 16-inch
ors. Hessel Implement Company.
$6, delivered. Also 12-inch, 24-
f l5 t f
inch and cord wood. Phone Par
WANTED— Salesman for the Esla-
rish. Sandy 171.
cada territory for e. well known and
popular make o f light automobile FOR SALE— Five horsepower steam
boiler with fittings; in good condi
To an industrious man a good in
Em ploym ent W a n ted
come can be shown. Answer, giv
tion, bargain. H. Perret, Sandy,
ing previous experience, to P. O
Phone Sandy 261
m29 PLUMBING— pipe fitting; steel sep:
Box 209 Estaeada, Ore.______a5tl
tic tanks a specialty. J. F. Stand-
FOR SALE— 2,000 £ed ar posts; 12 Mi
Lost and Found
cents each. Inquire Estaeada Feed
LOST— Near Boring, one 30x5 Good
CARD OF THANKS
year tire, rim and tube. Liberai
reward if returned to the Boring QUILT PATCHES — Enough for
We desire to express our since ap
quilting both sides, only 59c. Ea
preciation and gratitude to our
gle Creek Trading Co.
friends for their kind assistance and
LOST— In Estaeada, brown leather
words o f sympathy, and also for the
pockctbook or billfold, containing
beautiful floral offerings, at the time
union card, identification card, ko
manufactured by Turel Shingle o f our recent bereavement.— Mrs.
dak pictures, etc., no money. Find
mill, Welches, Ore. Drive up and Carrie Keller, John E. Keller, Mrs.
er please return to A. A. P. Mc
see them or write for prices. Loop Wm. Kaake, Mrs. Fred Horner, Mrs.
Dowell, News office, Estaeada.
highway, turn left at Zigzag Ran Clarence Jubb.
ger station; 3 miles, on a good
LOST— Small newspaper cut “ Wis
taria Farm,” between Sandy and
Estaeada. Please return to News FOR SALE— Team, wagon and har
office Sandy or Estaeada.
ness, all for $230. Eagle Creek
At this office we are equipped to
handle the most difficult extrac
tion, with gas or local injection
around the gums.
A trained dental nurse to insure
My past experience will hear me
out as a painless extractor of
(Ten Year« Succeiaful Practice)
$ 1 0 .0 0 to $ 37 .0 0
Out o f town people served in one visit
P. C. BROW N, Dentist
Willamette Building, Oregon City
Entrance Opposite Post O ffice
That are right
Because our equipment
for their handling and
care is of the very best
E STA C A D A M EAT CO.
DUNTHORPE M OTOR TRANSPORT CO M PANY
PORTLAND— GRESHAM— SANDY
V’ ia Section Line Road
Lv. j 8:40 A.M.
Way Trip SANDY
Kelso .................... 8 :4.r> A . 1V1.
.......... 8:55 A.M.
Ar. 9:50 A.M.
Lv. 7:00 A.M.
Way Trip PORTLAND
Gresham .............. 7:45 A.M.
1 :50 P.M.
1 :55 P.M.
Kelso .................... 1 8:10 A.M.
Ar. 8:15 A.M.
DEPOTS: Sandv— Krebs Kafe. Phone 5x2.
Portland — Sixth St.
Terminal, Sixth and Salmon, Phone* AJ’ wnter 3301
C H IC K S
A good start is very essential to a rapid growth and a paying flock.
We always buy what we have found by experience to be the best.
Get our prices on chick grain and mashes, also we will refer you to
our successful raisers last year. Ask them about us.
BARTH O LOM EW & LAW RENCE
| Implements . . . Machinery
. . . Repairs . . .
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| Bob Smith’s |
A GREAT NEW GASOLINE
PREMIUM MOTOR FUEL
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Statement of Ownership
Statement of ownership, manage
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Clackamas County News, published
weekly, at Estaeada, Oregon, for
State o f Oregon, county o f Clacka
WANTED— Used farm wagon. Call mas, ss:— Before me, a notary pub
a26 lic in the state and county aforesaid,
personally appeared G. E. Parks, who
AUCTION SALE— At the R. B. Gib having been duly sworn according to
son farm two miles east o f Eagle law, deposes and says that he is the
publisher o f the Clackamas County
Creek Grange hall, at 1 p. m., on News, and that the following is, to
Tuesday, April 23— cream separa the best o f his knowledge and belief,
tor, range, dresser, two bedsteads, a true statement o f the ownership,
springs and mattresses, chairs and management, etc., of the aforesaid
publication for the date shown in the
other household goods; one wagon, above caption, required by act of
hack, buggy, mower and rake, fan Aug. 24, 1912, embodied in section
ning mill, harrow, and numerous 411, Postal Laws and Regulations,
other articles. Terms cash.
A. printed on the reverse o f this form,
W. Cooke, auctioneer, H. F. Gib
1. That the name and address of
a 19 the publisher, editor and manager is
G. E. Parks, Estaeada, Oregon.
2. That the owner is G. E. Parks,
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A T P O R T L A N D PRICES
3. That the known bond holders,
mortagees and other security holders
I FO R S A L E —
owning or holding I per cent or more
E Myers W a te r Systems
| o f total amount o f bonds, mortgages,
Sandy Grade Teacher* Elected
lor other securities are: Claekaoias
Miss Dorothy Bolium and Miss Bes
De Laval Cream Separators
County Bank, Sandy, Oregon.
That the two paragraphs
next sie Ennis are the newly-elected grade
De Laval M ilking Machines
above, giving the names of the own- school teachers at Sandy. Miss Bol-
! ers, stockholders, and security hold lum is teaching at Elgin and is direct
Vaughan Drag Saws
ers, if any, contain not only the list
o f stockholders and security holders ing an operetta there. Miss Ennis
Vaughan Garden Tractors
j as they appear upon the books of has had eight years of musical train j=
: the company but also, in cases where ing and six years in elocution. Both
the stockholder or security holder are from Portland, but will live here.
O L IV E R T R A C T O R IM P L E M E N T S
I appears upon the books of the com-
I pany as trustee or in any other fidu- I The teaching staff complete will be:
SU P E R IO R D R ILL S
GOOD AS N EW
| I ciary relation, the name of the per- R. W. Mallery, principal ; Mrs. Ora
I son or corporation for whom such | VanFleet, Miss Bolium and Miss En-
Plows— Genuine Repairs
I trustee is acting, is given: also that i nis.
j the said two paragraphs contain
statements embracing affiant’s full
BIG B A R G A IN
I A C O M P L E T E LIN E O F F A R M M A C H IN E R Y
DR. FREEZE RETURNS
knowledge and belief as to the cir-
i cumstances and conditions under
Dr. Harvey Freeze, a well known
1 which stockholders and security hold- ! eye specialist of Oregon City, has re-
| ers who do not appear on the books | turned from Los Angeles and re-
| of the company as trustees, hold j sumed his practice after an absence
1 stock and securities in a capacity oth o f a month. He took post graduate
er than that o f a bona fide owner; and clinical work as well as instruc
and this affiant has no reason to be- tion in the use o f three new scientific
i lieve that any other person, associa- instruments, the Myoculator, Kerat-
! tion, or corporation has any interest ometer and Perimeter. Dr. Freeze §
direct or indirect in the said stock, claims that these three new instru
bonds or other securities than as so ments which he has added at a cost
N E W C A R A G E N C IE S
stated by him.
o f over $1000 will so improve opto
G. E. PARKS, Publisher. métrie diagnosis that all interference
Swi rn to and subscribed before me with normal eye conditions is imme | WILLYS-KNIGHT
this 15th day o f April, 1929.
diately traceable. He is now in his
S. E. WOOSTER,
26th year o f practice, 14 o f which
Notary Public. have been in Clackamas county.—
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