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C L A C K A M A S C O U N T Y N EW S, F R ID A Y , JUNE 7, 1929
C la ssified A d v e rtise m e n ts
Lost and Found
Ads. accepted for thin column at 1 FOR S A L E — 1 range with hot water
coils. Cheap— $7. Phone 13-11
cent per word; minimum charge 25
Near the river at Cazadero,
cents; three insertions fo r the price
one Jantzen speed bathing suit;
o f two. Cards o f thanks, 50 cents.
black; size 36. Please leave with
A bookkeeping charge o f 10 cents is FOR S A LE — Gooseberries, 40 cents
Model Supply Co., Estacada. 36-1
made for all classified ads. not puid
per gallon; Oliver 40 plow and
fo r in advance.
containing $11 in
two year old ginseng plants for LO ST— Billfold
cash, Washington driver’s license,
sale.— W. R. Woodworth, Esta
Automobiles For Sale
N. R. A. membership card, etc.
Return to Model Supply Co., Es
1925 FORD R O AD STE R with steel
tacada. Reward. Orlo E. Tharp.
pickup delivery, two new rear P IA N O FOR S A LE — Good make and
very good instrument.
W ill sell
tires and in good shape mechanic
fo r $200.
George Beers, Phone FOUND— Coat sweater, near post-
ally, $125. Bob Cooke M otor Co.,
office. Pay fo r this ad and take
YO U R P R E S C R IP T IO N S filled at the
Pharmacy in Gresham. LO ST— Small newspaper cut “ Wis
taria Farm,” between Sandy and
Prompt and c ffic ie a t
F A R M FOR R E N T — 40 acres, 22 in
Estacada. Please return to News
Phone Gresham 1761.
cultivation, four acres in grain
o ffic e Sandy or Estacada.
fruit, berries; 2 acres in strawber
USED CREAM S E P A R A T O R S , gas
ries, fiv e room house, good barn
Summons f o r Pub lication in F o r e
engines, spreaders, drills and tract
two acres ready to plant in pota
closure o f T a x Lien
ors. Hessel Implement Company,
toes, with seed to plant; w ill least
In the Circuit Court o f the State of
f lB t f
Oregon fo r Clackamas County.
fo r $15 per month. Owner leav
ing fo r California and must rent SH IN G LES FOR S A LE — Mountain, B. O. Sarver, plaintiff, vs. H. B.
Hoffm an, Cath-
place at once.
VV. M. Jacobson,
close-grained red cedar shingles,
eren Huston, M ollie Darnell, Frank
3 miles north o f Springwater on
C lifford and John
C lifford , de
manufactured by Turel Shingle
mill, Welches, Ore. Drive up and
To Malissa H offm an, Catheren Hus
see them or write fo r prices. Loop
ton, Mollie Darnell, Frank
highway, turn left at Zigzag Ran
For Sale— Poultry
ford and John C lifford, the above
ger station; 3 miles, on a good
In the name o f the State o f Ore
R. I. Red Hatching Eggs— I f you
m lt f
gon: You and each o f you are here
want eggs from good layers, I can
by notified that B. O. Sarver, is the
supply them at 75 cents per 15, or
Notice o f An nue l School Meeting holder o f Certificate o f Delinquency
$4 per 100. S. C. Richmond, R. 1
numbered 2664 issued on the 5th day
Notice is hereby given to the legal o f June, 1926, by tax collector o f the
Eagle Creek; near Dinty Moore’s
.oters o f School District No. 108 of County o f Clackamas, State o f Ore
lackamas county, State o f Oregon, gon, fo r the amount o f Twenty-two
hat the annual school meeting of and 98-100 ($22.98)
laid district will be held at the high same being the amount then due and
school building, to begin at the hour delinquent fo r taxes fo r the year
HIGH SCHOOL G IR L wants work, of 7:30 o’clock p. m., on the third 1924, together with penalty, interest
full or part time. Boz 203, Esta londay o f June, A. D. 1929.
and costs thereon upon the real pro
The meeting is called fo r the pur- perty assessed to G. H. Sarver, now
ose o f electing one director, fo r
P LU M B IN G — pipe fittin g; steel sep .hree years, and a clerk, fo r one deceased, o f which you are the own
ers, as heirs at law o f the said de
tic tanks a specialty. J. F. Stand- /ear, and the transaction o f business ceased, as appears o f record, situated
in said county and state, and par
Dated this 15th day o f May, 1929. ticularly bounded and described as
W. H. G R AB EE L.
follows, to-w it:—
Acting Chairman, Board o f Directors.
Lots 5 and 6 section 30, T. 3 S.
For Sale— Farm Implements Attest: WM. D A LE , District Clerk. R. 4 E., o f W. M., containing 48
I’ublish May 17, 24, 31, June 7, 14. acres.
You are further notified that said
FOR S A L E — One 6-foot Deering
B. O. Sarver has paid taxes on said
N o ti c e f o r Publication
binder, one span o f 1600-pound
premises fo r prior or subsequent
horsi k harness and wagon, one Department o f the Interior, U. S. years with the rate o f interest on
.. j fork outfit complete. See G
said amounts, as follow s:—
May 1, 1929.
Year’s Date Rec. No. Amt. Rate
E Lawrence at Need store, Esta
Notice is hereby given that Lewis
D. Harris o f Brightwood, Ore., who, 1925 June 5 , ’26 12718 $28.72 12%
on March 16, 1927, made Hd. Entry
S E V E R A L mowers, rakes, cream sep ¡was Portland No. 08099) our No.
1926 May 31, ’27 13815
arators, gas engines, spreaders, at 017464
fo r N t4 N E 'A , section 31,
Nov. 25, ’ 27 24047
less than half price. A ll in good
1927 May 3 1 ,’28 13215
lamette meridian, has filed notice of
Nov. 11, ’28 27459
Also repairs for
intention to make three year proof, 1928 Unpaid
all makes o f implements. Hessel to establish claim to the land above
Said defendants, H. B. Sarver, Ma
Implement Co., Gresham.
36-tf ¿escribed, before B. H. Stewart, no
tary public at 721 Vis Main street, lissa H offm an, Catheren Houston,
Oregon City, Ore., on the 12th day o f Mollie Darnell, Frank C lifford and
For Sale— Livestock
John C lifford, as the owners o f the
legal title o f the above described
Claimant names as witnesses:
fo r sale; also one
property as the same appears o f
mule six years old, broke to work.
John Mclntire, all o f
Brightwood, record, and each o f the other per
N. M. Tracy, Phone 14-6, Esta Oregon, and Ralph Bowen, Cherry sons above named are hereby fu r
ther notified that B. O. Sarver, will
jl4 \llle, Oregon.
apply to the Circuit Court o f the
H A M IL L A. C A N A D A Y ,
county and state aforesaid fo r a de
OF M AR E S fo r sale with Non-Coal
Register cree foreclosing the lien against the
heavy harness and light wagon; I ’ublish May 10, 17, 24, 31, June 7 property above described and men
tioned in said certificate. And you
also two milk cows. J. C. Rickey,
are hereby summoned
R. 1, Estacada, phone 6x5.
N o ti c e o f Final Settlement
within sixty days after the first pub
Notice is hereby given that the lication o f this summons, exclusive
L IV E S T O C K FO R S A LE — Mule,
undersigned, Sidney L. DeLapp, ad o f the day o f said first publication,
about six years old. See Ralph
and defend this action or pay the
ministrator o f the estate o f William amount due as above shown together
Wallace DeLapp, deceased, has filed with costs and accrued interest and
L IS T Y O U R R E A L E S T A T E with us his final account as such administra in case o f your failure to do so, a
and tell us your real estate wants tor in the circuit court o f the state decree will be rendered foreclosing
the lien o f said taxes and costs
— we may be able to help you.— L. o f Oregon, fo r the county o f Clack against the land and premises above
P. Conner, Licensed Realty Broker amas, and the court has appointed named.
Eagle Creek Trading Co.
m ltf and set Monday, the 1st day o f July,
This summons íb published by or
1929, at 10:00 o’clock a. m. o f said der o f the Honorable J. U. Camp
day, as the time and place fo r hear bell, judge o f the circuit court o f
FOR S A L E — One stock saddle, $20; ing objections to said final account the state o f Oregon, fo r the county
o f Clackamas, and said order was
one cook stove, $12.50; 10-qr. and the settlement o f the same.
made and dated this 13th day o f
pressure cooker, $6; aluminum
May, 1929, and the date o f the first
S ID N E Y L. D eLA P P ,
publication o f this summons is the
Cooking utensils, lamps, etc. Ad
Administrator o f the estate o f W ill 17th day o f May, 1929.
dress Mrs. Matt Park, Colton, Ore.,
iam Wallace DeLapp, deceased.
A ll process and papers in this pro
R .l. Phone Estacada 15-62. 36-1
W. A. H E Y L M A N , Attorney fo r ad ceeding may be served upon the un
dersigned residing within the stat<
ministrator, Estacada, Oregon.
EGGS W A N T E D — Portland current
o f Oregon, at the address hereafter
receipt prices paid.
Case lots Publish May 31, June 7, 14 and 21 mentioned.
O. D. EBY,
A ttorney fo r Plaintiff.
Box 263, Oregon City, Oregon.
Estacada, Ore. Phone 74-1.
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Publish May 17, 24, 31, June 7, 14.
BOB M A R C H B A N K
FOR S A LE — Large size suit, 2 pairs
City Cleaners, Estacada,
I Local Representative =
K A L E — Extra nice large kale plants,
1 cent each. T. E. Hammersly, Es
tacada, Ore. Phone 14-211.
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M EALS A T A L L
Leave orders at Dartt’s
Barber Shop or Estaca
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Mr. and Mrs. Emil Beck had sev
eral friends at their home Memorial
Day, including Mr. and Mrs. S. Lohr-
man, Mrs. D. Schwartz, Mrs. H. Ham-
man, Mrs. C. Dubarko, Rev. C. T.
Schoen and family.
The occasion was in
the aid o f the Lutheran Aid society.
Mrs. J. M. C. M iller was invited
to sing with her old quartet at Miz-
pah church, Portland, fo r the anni
A dinner was
served after the service.
Elmer Glockner and Ernest Boy-
lan are working on the new Revenue
bridge, fo r which the Bruns M cIn
tyre mill is delivering timbers.
day fo r Corvallis, where she will vis-1
W e Specialize in
Miss Gertrude Dillon, who has been I
teaching at Leaburg, Ore., returned
home last week to spend her vacation.
E X T R A C T IO N OF T E E T H
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Steinman spent I
an enjoyable evening at the Jantzen |
beach last Sunday.
At this o ffic e we are equipped to
handle the most difficu lt extrac
tion, with gas or local injection
around the gums.
Miss Maude Sturgeon is having her I
property improved by a new coat o f.
paint. Saunders & Son are doing the
A trained dental nurse to insure
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My past experience will bear me
out as a painless extractor o f
Mrs. W. J. Moore entertained last I
Friday with a bridge luncheon, the
usual number o f ladies who belong
to the club being present.
P r a c tic e )
X -R a y Examinations
$10.00 to $37.00
Mrs. Myrtle Morgan and daughter, |
Margaret, spent the week-end visiting
at the U. S. Morgan and J. P. Woodle
Out o f town people served in one visit
Mr. and Mrs. Ensel Wonderly, of
Milwaukie, were guests at the home
o f Mr. W onderly’s uncle, O. E. Sy-
ron, fo r three or four days last week.
DR. P. G. BROWN, Dentist
W illa m e tt e Building, Ore go n City
Entrance Opposite Post O f f i c e
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Harkenrider
went to Portland Saturday, to spend
the week-end with their daughter and
D U NTH O R PE M OTOR TRANSPORT C O M PA N Y
Mrs. W. H. Grabeel and daughter,
Jean, drove to Gladstone Saturday to
visit Mrs. Grabeel’s parents, Mr. and
Mrs. C. W. Parish, and remained un
til Sunday evening.
P®RTLAND — GRESHAM— SANDY
F AR E
Via Section Line Road
Way Trip S A N D Y ......... Lv.
Kelso ................... 8:45 A.M.
Central Point ..... 8:50 A.M.
Orient .................. 8:55 A.M.
Gresham ............. 9:15 A.M.
Portland ......... Ar. 9:50 A.M.
Way Trip P O R T L A N D . Lv.
Gresham ............. 7:45 A.M.
1 :50 P.M.
Powell V alley ..... 7:50 A.M.
1 :55 P.M.
Orient ................. 7:55 A.M.
Kelso ................... 8:10 A.M.
S a n d y .......... Ar. 8:15 A.M.
D EPO TS: Sandy— Krebs Kafe, Phone 5x2.
Portland — Sixth St
Terminal, Sixth and Salmon, Phone A T w ater 3301
Frank Whitaker has gone up to
Camp 8, where he has commenced
work fo r the P. E. P. company, under
Mr. and Mrs. W omer went to Ore
gon City Friday night, to attend the
graduation exercises o f their grand
daughter, Hazel Jean Woodward.
Mrs. Jacob Moss received word on
Sunday o f the sudden death o f her
sister-in-law, Mrs. George Perry, in
Tacoma. Mrs. Moss le ft on Monday
to attend the funeral, returning on
Mrs. Ray W ilcox took
charge o f the Little Gem restaurant
in the absence o f Mrs. Moss.
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R E F R E S H IN G
Mrs. R. D. Starr and little son,
Larry, who have been here fo r some
time, visiting at the home o f Mrs.
Starr’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. O.
Sarver, le ft fo r her home at Matin,
Ore., one day last week. She drove
through in eight hours, she reports.
Mrs. U. A. Upton, Mrs. W. T.
Kaake and Mrs. A. S. Hassell spon
sored a delightful picnic fo r the jun
ior department o f the M. E. Sunday
school at River Mill, on Friday last.
There were 22 present and, despite
the bad weather, all had a delightful
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Scored, in 25-pound and 50-pound
pieces; from Bull Run water. Any
amount at any time. Walrad Mer
cantile Co., Gresham, Ore.
On display here.
Mrs. Mary Bartholomew, o f Hepp- =
ner, is visiting at the home o f her ~ ~
son, Fred Bartholomew.
Priced from $1095 to $1295
DURANT SIX “60”
Mrs. Forrest Edmonson came down
from LaDee to visit friends in Esta- —
cada this week.
Patronize The News’ Job Printing Department
will be out June 9.
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DURANT SIX “66”
Priced from $830 to $1045
DURANT FOUR “40”
On display here.
Priced from $645 to $775.
Above Prices A re for Cars Delivered
A Demonstration at Anytime.
J. V. BARR & SONS
Durant Sales & Service Authorized by
Durant Motor Co. of California
Mrs. Frank Whitaker le ft Thurs-1 i