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OFFERS A M A R K ET
yogw p r o d u c e
1 Suits Are Tiled
A. B. Morley * Co. ts F. B. Thom-
. action for money; Otto W. Holder
torney for plaintiff.
Commercial Corporation u O. 1
i Cooper, owner of Agency Oarage; ac
tion for money; Samuel B. Lawrence,
attorney for plaintiff.
Cherry City Baking Co. ts M. A.
Borah; action for' money. Page k
fa g s , attorneys for plaintiff.
William Beaton ts Simon Tannler;
action for money; Roy Sparks, at
torney for plaintiff. ;
Miller Mercantile Co. ts J. S.
Martin, et ux; action for money; B.
A. Kllka, attorney for plaintiff.
O iTo rc e ;
Ella Puller t s Samuel
Fuller; Vinton k Tooae, attorneys
- ir .
BAB'S RESTAURANT gas-,
t» SiRADIVARA r s S a
M W A ThlV k m
P ä J fC & S O I! Turkeys and Fresh Eggs
fo r p la in tiff.
Steel bridge to be built over Klam
• Suit to quiet title; Sarah E. Jones ath rlrer on Ashland-Klamath Falls
ts Earl B.
Newton et al; suit to highway.
quiet title; B. A. Kliks, attorney for
NOTICE OP F IN A L SETTLEM ENT
County Scoorder’t Office
Notice la hereby glTen that the
Thq receipts o f the county record undersigned,, Marguerite
er's office totalled $187.65 for the Administratrix o f the estate of J.
month o f November sad $487.6$ for E. Devore, deceased, has filed her
the month of October.
Hon. C. P. Daniels, Judge of the
County Court o f Tamhlll County,
Oregon, has fixed Tuesday, the 2nd
day of January, 1928, at the hour of
ten o'clock In the forenoon o f said
' lay, as • ths time, and the County
Court Room at the Court House In
McMinnville, Oregon, as the place
*7 for hearing objections to said final
_ account and the settlement of said
MARGUERITE DEVORE, f
Administratrix of the estate of J.
8 E. Devore, deceased.
R. L. Conner, attorney for said
P in t pub. N o t . 80, 1982.
Last pub. Doc. 29. 1922. .
30RM ICK M USIC CO.
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À T t ÌM T IO N L A D IE S !
FRANI L SMITH HAT CO.
H o yt
we kiSim how
Making preparations for adequate
840 Phone Bdwy. spraying for apple scab control, so
^i r g iNa A c u t T im A----- th8t the application may be made as
feidiiw a Supply Ca li lit st 8000 88 the winter buds begin to un-
ANO DYEING--------- !----, Fold is very advisable, as 1923 is 11-
For reliable Cheaniag and t able to be a bad year for scab In wes-
“ tern Oregon. This should be follow
ed up at the right Intervals to get re
sults. Where condition of the soil
will permit the old leaves of last year
should bo plowed under, since when
left on the surface they produce ab
kl M IW win, Ml nurrww ok
undantly the scab spores which start
F O U N D R Y AND MAC H W w O r T o T~
Iron Works, 7th a Madison.
the disease o ff on the unfolding
leaves and blossoms in the spring.—
O. A. C. Ex. Station.
us YOUR WOOL
Y P AR LO R
I l f pricl0 $* <4.
to 411 Dckvak'B
Lublin«? in S S u. 14S Morriion 8L
I F it R ukts DONT PAŸ/
dental work. Crowns 14.O
Plates 111.00, Brldgewnrk W00 a tooth.
Teeth extracted by iu . Latest modern
methods Dr. H arry Semler, Dentist, trd
ind Morrison. 2nd floor Allsky Bldg., Port
land, Or. W rits or phone for appointment
Income tax problems. ?8TiRTfcA*TAN-^attle
Several years* actual Dr. Chas- M. Andereon. Keaton. P ortland.
experience In Govern-
I C M Q m e n t Bureaus Is offered
L C R Q l t i o M unable to visit our
State your troubles briefly and
with »1 and we will give you hon-
mdaess advice. It will pay you te
such with us now. K. J. Curtin,
• Lewis BWg-. Portland, Oregon.
WENTWORTH & IRWIN, Inc,
Oregon Distributors for GMG Trucks
•00 Second 81, Cor. Taylor Portland, Ot
Haa a Stable for Nightmare?
For Rent —
Ad In Exchange
bedroom, with or without garage. Ex
cellent location. — Bos toa Evening
There is no den in the wide world
to hide a rogue. Commit a crime, and
the earth is made of glass.—Emerson.
NOTICE POE PUBLICATIO N
Isolated. Tract. No. 07269.
Public Land Sale.
Department o f tbs Interior,
U. S. Land Office at Portland, Or
egon, November 29, 1922.
Notice la hereby given that, as di
rected by the Commissioner o f the
General Land office, under provis
ions o f Sec. 2455, R. 8.. pursuant to
the application of Andrew Johnson,
o f Dundee. Oregon. Serial No. 07268.
we w ill offer at public sale, to the
highest bidder, but at not leaa than
$75 per acre, at 10 o’clock A. M., on
the 16th day o f January, 1022, next,
at this office, the following tract of
Lot 6. Sec. 25, T . 1 B . . R . 3 W.. W.
M „ containing 1.60 acres.
The sale w ill not be kept open, but
will be declared closed when those
present at the hour named have
ceased bidding. The person making
the highest hid w ill be required to
Immediately pay to the Receiver the
Any persona claiming adversely
the above-described land . are ad
vised to file their claims, or objec
tions, on or before the time designa
ted for sale.
ALEXANDER SWEEK. Register,
P R A N K 0. NORTHRUP. Receiver.
Firet pub. Dec. 7, 1922.
Last pub. Jan. 4, 1922.«
Considerable alfalfa w ill probably
be planted on the river bottom and
other warm, well drained soils of
western Oregon next April and May.
It la a good plan to secure the seed
of the genuine Grimm alfalfa before
stocks are depleted and to anticipate
need* for landplaster which usually
helps In getting a stand o f alfalfa.
The Grimm alfalfa seed Is usually
planted at about 16 pounds an acre.
This amount may seem excessive to
experienced alfalfa growers but for
those who are beginning in alfalfa
culture and who often sow the seed
too deep, it is usually necessary to
sow a slight excess of seed. Inocu
lating material may be had at 25
emits an acre from the department
ADM INISTRATOR’S NOTICE
of bacteriology. Landplaster is us
ually applied at about 50 to 75
Notice is hereby given that the
pounds an acre to the land that is to undersigned, Marion George, has
be planted to-alfalfa.
been duly appointed administrator
of ths estate of Margaret A. George,
Several fanners gro rng potatoes deceased, by the County Court of
on Weston mountain this year got Yamhill County, Oregon, and has
a 1 2 % % Increase in yield by using qualified.
landplaster on the cut potatoes. This
Now, therefore, all persons having
treatment appears to preserve the claims against the estate of Marga
seed pieces in the soil and Is espec ret A. George, deceased, are hereby
ially effective in rather cold, damp notified and required to present the
soils where sprouting is alow.
same with the proper vouchers, duly
verified, to the undersigned admin
Experiments at the station at Cor istrator at the office of Clarence
vallis have shown that hay put into Butt, In the city of Newberg, Yam-
storage in the summec months in bill County, Oregon, within six
creased eeveral pounds per bale dur months from the date o f this notice.
ing the winter and usually reaches
Dated this 14th day of December,
its mailmum in February or March. 1922.
It takas up moisture from the moist
air and the bales are considerably
Administrator of the estate of.
heavier at mid-winter than they ' are Margaret A. George, deceased.
at mid-summer. The hay generally
goes back, to nearly its original
weight the following summer.
K N IG H T ADJUSTMENT COMPANY
We sue in our own name. We pay the costs. We take the blame.
Settlements made the day we collect
^-Exoels all other varieties for prodt. Forty per oent larger than
Italian, oontaini 26 per oent more sugar, and testa 40 per cent dried.
Also have to offer Doeble X French (known by some aa Date Prune)
which tests 44 per oent dried, about 20 per oent sugar and this je a rV
crop average* about 38 dried prunes per pound. A general tine of
other stock. Location of affloe and packing iked, 6 blocks duo north
LA F A YE TTE NURSERY 00.
B A K E R
TH E ^ O M E O F FLOWERS^
SEASONABLE CUT FLOWERS— Plants in pets,
planta), cinerarias, pri
lilies (t o d y low ers),
(itron fp lan ts). Low;
Phone Bine SOS
For Séracs - Quality - Prices
Fine Fresh Yefetnblea and Fruits.
Phone Black 231
714 First Stiert
A n e Delivery Feer .Tisses Daily.
Potato Storage Easy
Many farmers are handicapped by
lack, of storage facilities for thstr
potatoes. Believing that an expen
sive storage place is essential they
frequently do not provide storage
when in many Instances it could be
made very eouTeolently out o f ma
terials already at hand. The potato
storage problem as well ss the grad
ing and marketing of potatoes will
be a feature of the crop work In the
winter short course at the agricultur
al oollage next January.
h / » ¿¡firn
the production of better kinds of po
tatoes end there w ill be n series of
lectures showing how to do this
worit. Special emphasis will be
placed ou the «o c tro i of troublesome
LAFAYE TTE ,
‘ Grading Means Monev
Grain grading and the grading of
other crops w ill be-a special feature
of the farm crops work of the winter
short course at the agriculture col
lege. This work w ill briefly review
the development of grades and stand
ards and considerable time will be
devoted to the etudy of the stand
ards themselves and how to apply
them. The principles of grading
grain, hay and potatoes w ill be out
lined and several laboratory periods
w ill he devoted to actual grading
work. This will be but a part of the
general farm crops program which
Includes some of the most important
phases of grain, seed, forage and po
Certified Potatoes— Grow 'Em
How ean certified seed potatoes be
This question coming
from all sections of the state will be
answered during part of the farm
crops work given in the winter short
course next January. The agricul
tural college has been encouraging
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, as Administratrix of
the eetate of I. W. Hill, deceased,
has filed her final account In the
County Court of the State of Oregon |
for Yamhill County, and that said I
court has appointed January 20tfa,
1922, at 10 o’clock in the forenoon
of said day at the County Court room
in the court house at McMinnville,;
Oregon, as the timé and place f o r !
hearing upon said final account.
Therefore, all persons Interested
in said estate are hereby netifled to
be present at said hearing, then and
there to show cause, if any there be,
why said account should not be al
lowed, said eetate he dosed, said ad
ministratrix discharged sad her
Dated December 20th, 1922.
MABEL A. H ILL, >
Administratrix e f the Estate of
I. W. Hill, deceased.
C. R. Chapin, attorney.
First pub. Dec. 21, 1992.
Last pub. Jan. I t , 1923.
Go Home for
Why not surprise the folks at home with a visit a t
It w ill make them happy and you, too. Flan
now to take advantage of—
ROUND TRIP FARES
Between nil stations where one-way fare is $30.00 or leas
Sale dates: December 22, 22, 24, 25, 29,.20, 21, January
Pinal return lim it January frd.
•*—-— — ___ __
Frequent and Convenient Service w ill make your Journey
s trip o f pleasure.
For further particulars ssk agents
JOHN M. SCOTT,
General Pasenger Agent
each night, 7:30 and 9.-00.
Saturday matinee 2:16
F R ID A Y AND SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29 AND 39
Dustin Farnum in
M ONDAY AND TUESDAY, JAN U ARY 1 AND 2
TH E GREATEST RACE TRACK DRAM A EVER STAGED
Mazy Carr, the famous mother o f “ Over the H ill,” also V iolet Mer-
seienu, Paul W illis, J. Barney Sherry, John D aly'
Murphy and Others
ALSO COMEDY, “ A POOR FISH.”
Special Matinee Monday, January 1, at 2:16 p. m.
Adm ission ......................................................16 Cents and 30 Cents
W EDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, JAN U AR Y 3 AND 4
‘T h e Isle of Zorda
From Jules Verne's Novel, “ Mathias Sandory,” w ith an All-Star Cast
ALSO FOX NEW S AND PATH E COMEDY .
Watch fo r
HAROLD LLOYD IN “ DOCTOR JACK,’* .
Direct from a Five-W eeks’ Runt in Portland.
T H E A T R E — Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Jan. 1
HAROLD LLOYD IN “ DR. J A C K ”
fliortv DIRECT FROM A FOUR WEEKS RUN IN PORTLAND