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AfflPÆR PLUS VALUE
“ C A T Ç A P H L A R ” D IE S EL S
USED CARS & TRUCKS
1941 W illys sedan, deluxe model,
heater, special ... .................. *769
C la s s ifie d
A d v e r t is in g
SEE Harold Ehelhamer tor paint
ing, papering, kalsomining, car-pen
try, plumbing, plaster patahing and
house raising. Estimates gladly given.
First class work. Eagle Creek, Ore
gon. T el Estacada 22-4.
WHEN I T ____
NEEDS A CHANGE
FO R SALE. A lfa lfa hay, also mix
ed hay just baled $12 per ton. A. D.
Burnett, Eagle Creek. T el 42-15.
THE E N G IN E in a Diesel tractor lives
longer on clean fuel. So “Caterpillar" Eo-,
^inters developed a fuel filter that (1) pos
itively cleans out fuel impurities, (2) «en
quires no regular care, (3) automatically \
warns you when the absorbent dement
FOR SALE. T h rifty O.I.C pigs. R.
H. Currin. Tel. 324.
W A IT E D .
Someone to cut 40
cords o f second growth wood. Ed
Maertens, rt. 1, Estacada. Tel 32-21.
Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Watkins gave
a birthday dinner February 12 for
their grandson Arden Myers who war
six years old. Theie were present
Mr. and Mrs. E. Meyer, Mr. and Mrs
Norval Nass and Mrs. J. Watkins of
Jean Sanrdhlast who is attending
1939 Ford deluxe tudor sedan, heat, school at Monmouth spent the week
er and clean car
$535 end with her parents Mr. and Mrs
1938 W illys deluxe sedan, heater
Dana Warner son o f Mr. and Mrs,
and ready to go .....................*375
Fred Warner has been seriously ill
with ear trouble.
1938 Plymouth deluxe coupe. Radio
Mr. a/id Mm. C. J. Wilkinson ant)
and h e a t e r .............
Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Wilkinson were
1930 Chevrolet sedan
*375 Sunday dinner guests at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wilkinson o f Port
1936 Chrysler Airstream coupe,, hea land.
ter, exceptional clean car ... *425
Mr. and Mrs. Peterson have moved
1931 Buick coupe
*125 to Fred Radford’s place which they
Skis and ski equipment fo r sale or
rent. Rental fee can apply on pur
Kidder Hardware Co.
1930 Ford tudor sedan
Phone 215.— Adv.
FOR SALE. 175 Rhode Island Red
chicks,, “ res-ult o f overun.” Hillview.
Mrs. B. Corley and children and Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Caldo.
First and Third Saturday
Nights o f Each Month
F R ID A Y , F E B R U A R Y 21, 1941
G R A N G E H A LL, BORING
COUNTY NEW S '
1930 Oldsmobile sedan ............. *79
1930 Dodge sedan ................
The Cotrell ladies aid will nreet at
the home o f Mrs. Robert Schultz on
Zirdee Berg, Mrs. A lb ert Ault and
Mrs. Perle Crose came out from Port
1929 Dodge coupe
*75 land to attend the extension uiti pro
gram Friday night.
1929 Studebaker conv. coupe ... *75
1937 Ford V-8 pickup. V ery
nice condition ........................*385
I f you want seed that grows don’t 1935 Chevrolet p ick u p ................*325
Due to the mild winter pasture con
forget O. V. Coop has Gill’s seed
ditions are better than average. There
1935 Ford V-8 l ì * ton truck ... *175 w ill be plenty o f hay fo r the re*
maining weeks o f wnter.
1935 Dodge 1% ton truck ....... *350
Mrs. Maude Forrester drove to Sa
1926 Ford Model T pickup .... *25 lem Tuesday to spend several days
These Care and Trucks are in A-1 with her dauhgter Mrs. Stephen Me
She w ill receive medical
condition ready to drive home
treatment while there.
SEE OUR STOCK BEFORE
Their Future is
/H y OUR HARDS!
YOU B U Y
Riley Girt who has been taking
care o f the G.W. Becker place while
the fam ily are in town has resigned
Hessel Implement Company and Mrs. Broadway o f Alton, 111.,
is doing the work.
Fred Paine has recovered s u ffi
PH O N E 229
ciently fio m his stroke to be able tq
walk to the postoffice and back.
R E L IA B IL IT Y -S E R V IC E
1940 S T U D E B A K E R champion
1939 C H E V R O LE T 4-aoor Sedan
1936 P O N T IA C 4-door sedan
1937 DESOTO 4-door sedan
1938 P O N T IA C 4-door sedan
P L A Y SAFE W IT H
1934 C H E V R O LE T 2-door sedan
T R IA N G L E
1933 C H E V R O LE T sedan
chick sta rw )
1930 FORD sedan
P E L L E T S OR M A S H
THIS YEAR start your chicks off
on the road to sturdy health with
our " vitamin balanced* Triangle
Chick Starter—built to supply all
their needs during the first eight
weeks of growth.
665 N.Tillamook St., Portland, Or*.
for Fiel or
W e have everything you
need in quality seeds at
ir Every Purpose
Mrs. Helen Scudder and Robert
1930 O LD SM O B ILE sedan
White, both o f Portland were Sunday
FOR S A L K Baled straw at $5.50
guests at the T.M. Clester home. They
per ton; also vetch and oats, reclean
are sister and brother o f Mrs. Cles
ed fo r seed at 2 cents a pound. (W ill
party who sent us this ad by mail
Paul Forrester submitted to a mi
O R IE N T G A R A G E
us know.) )
nor operation on his nose in Portland
Tel. Gresham 4748, Orient, Oregon
T«l. Sandy, ,431, Sandy, Oregon
FOR SALE. Young Guernsey heif
Mr. and Mrs. Davidson new owners
er 2 years old with calf 1 week old.
First class condition. Both fo r $55, o f the Marion Hinkle farm visited
Inquire at Park Bonnylure, Eaglq the place Friday. They plan to spend
part o f the summer there. Some im
D E P E N D A B L E USED CARS
provements are being made on the
1939 W illys Overland, 4-door sedan
FOR R E N T OR SALE. 5 room mo
house and plans are being made to
looks like new.
dem house in downtown district. Nice
crop the place.
1987 Chevrolet coupe
in best o f
R.O. Goodrich is putting in a crop
Inquire o f Richard Sponhauer, Esta
condition. N ew paint.
on the Elmer Girt farm. It has beer
B R O C K W A Y & NELSON
in pasture fo r several seasons.
Dodge and Plymouth Dealers
O IL C IR C U L A T IN G heaters at
r el 207
Gresham, Ora. Kidder Hdwe Co. “ Duo-Therm,” “ Es
Mr. and Mrs. Arch Broulette wers
Portland visitors Sunday at the Joe
FO R S A LE . Belgian mare 4 years tate Heatrola,” “ Silent Sioux,” many
Smith home. Mrs. Broulette and Mrs.
old, w ’t 1300 pounds. W ell broke and sizes. Come in and see them.— Adv,
Smith are sisters.
perfectly gentle. Price $85.
FOR SALE. 1 Guernsey cow, fresh
Mina Myers who has been ill fo r
Saunders, Eagle Creek. Tel. 42-21L
February 9th with third calf; 1 Jer
a week with food poisoning was able
F O R S A L E or trade fo r wood, sey cow fresh within a few days. Ed to return to work last week.
oats, wheat, etc. Two light fixtures, Maertens, rt. 1, Estacada. Tel. 32-21.
Mrs. Fred H offm eister was host
1 two light and 1 fiv e light fo r mat
ess to the Hilltop card club Friday.
ching room. Nice fo r dining room and
rent. Rental fee can apply on pur Four tables o f cards were in play
living room. A I 90 one bridige lamp,
Kidder Hardware Co. High scores went to Mrs. TW1 Castile,
black wrought iron with shade. A ll chase price.
Mrs. W alter Smith and low was. tp
Phone 215.— Adv.
these fixtures in excellent condition.
Mrs. Ernest Smith who was a visitor
Mrs. L. D. Meade, Estacada. T ele
CUSTOM S A W IN G
W e will do custom sawing at reas
onable rates or will saw on shares.
Shingles and rough lumber for sale
at all times. W ater Wheel Shingle
Co., Estacada, Ore., Tel. 38-31
Line of Spraying
, Lime Sulphur, Bor
OREGON MUTUAL FIRE INSUR-
ANCE CO. has LOWEST RATES.
No assessments, why pay more? As-
Wfti over 9 9 1 M M .ll. Ask THORNE
A W ALRAD, Agents. Gresham.-Adv.
Sure of Healthy, Stur-
' ’ Pullets for Next Win-
FOR SALE. Road gravel and drive
way gravel fo r sale at pit or deliver
ed. Deep Creek Gravel Co., rt. 1, ,box
101„ Boring, Ore.
Take no chances with your haby
Use our Start
Tel. Gresham 5168
Rt. 9, Box 369, Portland
Birdsdale and Baseline
Mrs. Earl Odell entertaineJ the
card club at her home Wednesday.
Three tables were in play with hon
ors going to Mrs. Oscar Judd, Mrs»
Joe Fuchs and Mrs. W alter Smith.
TRIANGLE MILLING CO.
chick* this spring.
FOR SALE. One blasting battery
nearly new with 150 feet copper line,
all in neat box. Guaranteed to shoot
11 charges o f powder at once. Hurry
if you want it. Isaac Sechrist, 10 S.
W. Columbia St. Portland, Ore.
A valentine party was held at the
school house Friday afternoon. Sev
eral birthdays o f the school children
were observed as well. A short pro
gram was given by the children and
a talk hy Mrs. Burchert. Valentines
were exchanged and refreshments
served. Those present were Mesdames
A. R. King, J. E. Craft, Jack Keck.
A. M. McDonald, M. J. Taylor and
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been duly appointed
Executor o f the estate o f Rosa D.
DeShazer, deceased, and any and all
persons having claims agaiinst the
said estate are hereby required to
present said claims, duly verified as
by law required at the o ffic e o f his
attorney, Fred A. Miller, Room 209,
Court House, Oregon City, in Clack-
mas County, Oregon, within six
months from the date o f this notice.
The beautiful springlike weather
Dated and first published Febru
is inducing many farmers to start
ary 21, 1941.
their spring wotk. Plowing, cultiva
Date o f last publication March
ting and brush bumf
most among the er
GEORGE A. B AK ER . Executor
o f the estate o f Rosa D. DeShaz.
Thursday after sew?
Fred A. Miller,
Address: Room 209, Court House
An Updegrave famil
Oregon City, Oregon.
ntr was held at the Clyde Up
Attorney fo r Executor.
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HIGHEST QUALITY FOODS
at Lowest Prices
GREEN GLASS PEPPER SHAKERS
Filled with high quality pepper
FANCY TABLE GLASSES, 3 f o r .............
Decorated in colors with diamonds, hearts, clubs, etc.
Fresh, delicious salted
SUNSHINE GRAHAM Crackers, 2-lb. box ... 2 9 C
With added wheat germ, also vitamins, B, G, D, and E
HALE and HALE SMOKING TOBACCO
Special 1-pound ca n ............................. 69<*
HOSPITAL TISSUE, 3 ro lls ......................... 22<?
B AILE Y’S SHOE GREASE, large c a n ____
For all boots,, shoes and leather goods. W ill not injure
your dress shoes.
Onion Sc I n
Special, this Week End Only
CLOVER SEED, pound ............................... 21<?
T IM O TH Y SEED, pound ................................
A LARGE STOCK OF FRESH GARDEN SEEDS
LOOK A T THESE MEAT PRICES
BACON BACKS, lean, skinned, good, lb .___ 22<*
GOOD BOILING BEEF, lb............................1 4 C
T-BONE STEAKS, nice and tender, lb......
PORK SHOULDER STEAK, lb.................
2 2 i?
Tunnell & Sauer
Formerly Currinsville Mercantile Co.
Another big double hill at the Esta
theatre this Sunday, Monday and
Tuesday, February 23, 24 and 25
The first feature stars Bette Davis,
considered by many the greatest act
ress o f all time, in the dramatic mas
terpiece “ The Letter.” This picture
is considered Bette’s greatest tr i
umph. Second feature is “ Grand Old
Opry” starring the W eaver Bros.,
and Elviry. This is a riotous comedy
that is ace high in entertainment*
Program concludes with news.— Adv.
L. J. Brousl of Grangeville, dla.,
visited from Sunday till Tuesday with
his cousin and family, Mrs. Ernest
Duus. The Duus family visited in Port
land with old time friensd at a birth
day party with Mrs. Clara Tracy on
Mr. and Mrs. Orville Taylor and
children o f Portland visited at the
W. C. Taylor home Sunday. They are
form erly from Lincoln, Neh. Also at
the Taylor home was Mrs. Pearl S tiff
and daughter Miss Georgia.
Mrs. Ahram M iller and daughter
Visitors at tthe Earl Gunter home
were quite sick with a cold the latter
Sunday were Mrs. Gunter’s mother,
part o f the week.
sister and brother-in-law, Mrs. Anna
A party o f 15 young folks front Egans, and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Car-
this neighborhood went hiking Sun Ion and little son Jimmie, also Mr.
day, going to the Clackamas river and Mrs. Shirley W. Barker all of
near the mouth o f Boyer creek to see Portand and Miss Clara Neville o f
the falls. They report the climbing o f I Oregon City visited over the ween
the c liffs quite an experience.
Grandma Randall was a Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gredvig o f Scap-
guest o f Grace Allen.
poose visited over the ween end at
the Oren Ballou and Mrs. Gertrude
Sunday guests at the O. E. Wisner
home were Mr. and Mrs. John Rhodes
o f Garfield, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Luck
Mrs. Walter Shriner o f Estacada,
ey, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Luckey an<* Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Darrow o f Port
son Kenneth all o f Hubbard.
land and Mrs. Ted Conn o f Lakeview
all visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Sunday afternoon a number o f the
Claude Shriner and Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Porter Sunday sdhoojf motored to
Gilbert (Lois Shriner.)
Moialla to the dedication services of
the new church at that place,
Mrs. HHarold Moore and children
o f Portland visited at the home o f
Mrs. Grant and two children o f
her father E. T. Davis from Wednes
Squaw Mountain spent Sunday even
day till Sunday o f last week and Mr.
FOR SALE, or Trade. Buick sedan
ing at the O. D. Bowman home.
and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Davis were
in good condition, motor suitable for
guests o f the former’s father Sunday.
donkey engine or sawmill. Also 8
Bird In Band
new B butteries, radio and 6 volt
Otis Clark was pitching to batting
A thousand love and jungle thriiis
storage battery. Inquire evenings,,
practice in a pregam e warmup at
Box 103, A, route 2„ Estacada,, firat
Norman, Okla. He stuck his glove are found in ‘ ‘ Moon O ver Burma’!
Sec the W eaver Bros, and Elviry in the air to catch a high return. with exotic Dorothy Lamour at the
house eaat o f Tom Jubb’a.
in that great laugh picture “ Grand The ball bounced out of his glove EsU theatre Friday and Saturday^
L'O TTKLLL \
but he caught a bird that was fly.
FOR SALE. F od r year old mare,
February 21 and 22. Also the riotous
Old Opry” at the Esta theatre Sun
Ing after the ball, apparently c h a »
Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Radford hon
weight about 1300 pounds. K. H. Gen-
day, Monday and Tuesday, February ■ng i t
comedy “ Uhristmae in July,” star,
seroski, 1 mile S. Ë. o f Springwater ored their son W ilfred on nls 21st 23, 24 and 25. Other feature picture
ring Dick Powell.— Adv.
birthday and their daughter and son-
on this big double ball will star Bette
Liquid A ir Engines
ni-law Mr. and Mrs. Fred Warner
Davis in “ The Letter” considered on“1
The Japanese are running engines
O IL C IR C U L A T IN G heaters at on their eighth wedding anniversary
Deep Creek Dairy. — Morning de
Kidder Hdwe Co. “ Duo-Thenn,” "Es. I on Februar) 8th. Those present w e r J ° ' * * supreme dramatic masterpiece, on liquid air at -2 1 8 Fahrenheit. A
livery o f cream and milk. Call Carl
U te Heatrola,” “ Silent Sioux” , many Mr. and Mrs. W ilfred fUdford, M r J ° f * * W r ,d - S~ * * * ,n th,# * ** ** I E r'.a U u ? lt . «
* have pushed ■
j 27-foot boat along at 4.6 knots, tor Rehbarg, Tel. 86.61.
picture o f human emotions.— Adv.
sizes. Come in and see them. -A d v and Mrs. Fred Warner add children,
an hour and a halt.