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About The North Santiam's Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 194?-1949 | View Entire Issue (May 5, 1949)
RABBITS & SKINS
WANT LIVE RABBITS « lbs. up. rab-
Mt skins, hides, wool, mohair, cas-
cara. live poultry. Baby 8 Company.
•35 S. W. Front. Fortland. Oregon.
apbicots cammed whole
In heuvy syrup, case of 24 large cans,
16.25. Delivered Washington, Oregon,
Idaho Hinzes Cider Mill, Bt. 6, Yak-
ATLAS Imperial 90 h. p. Diesel Ma
rine 4-cylinder engine. 807 E. 2nd,
WALNUTS AMD ALMOMDS
....So lbs. (12.50 25 lbs (6.50
Nuts 5u lbs. 16.50 25 lbs. 8^0
Blk. Walnuts..50 lbs.
6.00 25 lbs . 3.50
Mixed Almonds, Black Walnuts and
nuts ..50 lbs. 11.50 25 lbs 6.00
Lge. Deglet Noor Dates 5-lb. crtn 2.50
With nut order
We Pay Express Charges
538 West First Avenue, Chico, Calif.
DOGS. CATS. PETS. ETC.
BRITTANY PUPS. 150 and up; dual
reg. Cockers, 125. Tom Bran, N«-
"CHICKS from our heavy laying Par
menter Reds will make you come
back for more.
Term, Tide. Oregon.
POULTS. U. S. Pullorum clean.
Mellle Compton, Kt. 1, Jefferson,
MASTER Incubator No. 3. 3500 eggs,
No. 1 tin tray hatcher, good cond.
Z. J. Russell, Bt. 1, Bos 518, St.
TILLAMOOK guaranteed dairy calves.
We are accepting orders now for
Jersey heifer calves sired by pure
bred bulls and from production test*
ed dams. Reasonable prices. Write
Tillamook Dairy Herd Improvement
Assn., Tillamook, Or.
FOR SALE—40 A. Q. H. A. Reg
Mares 2 A. Q. H. A. Stallions. Ed
Echols A. Q. H. A. No. 4120 and
Parkers Chicaro, Reg, P. 6825. Also
weavers and yearlings. Best blood
Parker, Sonoita, Artz.
AUTOS, TRUCKS & ACCESS.
1942 GMC 4x6 with flat bed or fifth
wheel, $1200; 7’xl2’ steel dump bed
and hoist, $400. Virgil Bode, Waits
JO-TON log trailer. Off highway model
with 8 14.00-20 tires, almost new.
8 new spares tubes, wheels, mount
ed. Trailer used 3 months on high
way with single tires, $3,000. 2104
Aberdeen Ave., Aberdeen, Wash.
’M CH EV. 45-PA8S. SCHOOL BUB
Good condition. Price $1,250.00.
661-W Seaside. Ore.
6-TON White, almost new. 2900
actual miles. Cost $9500. Flat
bed 13x8, 20-ton twin Heil hoist,
18-ton Garwood winch in back of
cab, 12.00x20 tires, bolster fits in
center of bed. Bed has stake
holes, easily converted for dirt.
Asking $55('0. M ke offer. ROB
ERT GREGORY, 1440 Carlos
Ave., Burlingame, Calif. Dimond
SEEDS, PLANTS, ETC.
STeweat and best varieties. Loweit
prices. Send for 25th anniversary
BUSINESS A INVEST. OPPOR.
MODERN AUTO COUBT
13 units on hiway 9y, plus modern liv
ing quarters. Room for additional
units. Central heating plant, elec,
ranges and refrig. Large income.
O'DonnaU Bealty, Bealtors, 4526
Roosevelt Way, Seattle 5, Washing
ton. Owners; if selling contact us.
FOR SALE—A neighborhood grocery.
All equipped and stocketL Also lovely
2-bedrooin fipt. In fast growing
town of Newport, Oregon, on Coast.
Offered at a sacrifice as owner has
poor health Irene B. Jones, Box
1358, Mewport, Ore.
COMPLKTB Shoe machinery, hand
tools and stocks, reasonable. J. B.
Myers, Garibaldi, Ore.
FOR SALE Help UR Self-laundry,
doing good buaftBMMt 4-year lease,
living quarters and furniture Box
•52, Myssa, Oregon.
WRECKING YARD AND GARAGE
Parts, tools and wrecker. 4 lots, 200
ft. on highway 101. Signal gas, 2
pumps. Will sell complete or will
sell business, parts and tools. Lease
shop and ground.
BILL S AUTO SEBVICB
Box 586, DeLake, Or.
PROSPEROUS Western Auto Store in
rich farm town. 112,000. Western
Store Mo. 273, Palouse, Wash.
store in thriving community 20 mi.
from Portland, Ore. Doing $5000.00
per month. Two people can handle.
Long lease. Reasonable rent. Price
$11,000. Address Box 69, Newberg,
RENT—sell new modern 30x50 bldg.,
equipped for radiant heat; located
very busy lumbering town. Welding,
truck repair service est. Oppor. for
fender, body painting, auto rep.,
parts, steel supplies. Cat. Hyster
service; most any kind business.
Chance for reliable man or partner
getting started now for spring rush.
Will make good deal to right party.
Rent or sell all or part of equip
ment. Equipment Service Co., Ph.
293, Ed, Box 206, Glendale, Ore.
Coast Town Corner, paved street, frame
bldg., gro., restaurant, apartments, equip.,
stock. $9.000—terms. ALSO: 14 A. tidewater
101 frontage, meadow, new hse.. ideal cabin
boat side, automatic spring water, rent, sell,
term^. Ward's Realty, Tillamook, Oregon.
SHOE SHOP FOR SALE. Latest machinery
from United States. All good condition.
FARM MACHINERY & EQUIP.
5-FT. SEAMAN Rototiller, never used.
Powered 80 H. P. Waukesha. 15%
discount. G. H. Belton, Rt. 2, Sheri
dan, Oregon. Phone 3213.
INTERNATIONAL tractor, Isaacson
semi-sing, axle, 28-ft. flat bed
comb, lumber with chains and bind
ers, droptail gate for lumber. Also
removable cattle rack equip. Now
hauling hay from E. Or. Also indi
vidual 20-ft. stock rack; all in A-l
cond. Sacrifice on acct, of sickness.
Ph. GA. C128. 6302 W. Kerby, Port
TRACTOR, AND 35-FT. UTILITY
DUAL AXLE SEMI
Bulk grain racks, 2 seta of tarps, all
in excellent condition. Engine com
pletely overhauled. Bob Christensen
Beach 14C3, Seattle, Washington.
FARMS AND RANCHES
near Steam’s Siding just off Dal
las-Klamath Falls hiway. North Mi
section 15, township 21, south range
10W. M. Grazing, some second-
growth timber, $3200. Bonsall, 416
Pearl Ave., San Carlos, Cal.
FARM: 160 acres, about 80 acres in
balance pasture and
timber, location near highway 95 at
Sandpoint, Idaho. For full descrip-,
B. T. TOLLBOM
Kt. 1, Olympia, Wash.
FLOWERS & BULBS
100 BULBLETS, collectors Gladiolus,
31.00; Pkt. Oregon Giant Pansy
seeds Included M. Davison, Bonan-
■a, Oreg-on. Rural Box 109.
_TO RENT OR LEASE
FOR SALE or lease, mink ranch. For
details write Roland McGinnis, Rt.
1, Box 864, Astoria, Oregon.
Lawn Chair Pleases
Adults, Tots Alike
FOR SALE—Fully equipped garage
and three-pump service station, Tex
aco, Firestone, Kaiser-Fraser fran
chise. Four furnished apartments
over station. Good location near
Hungry Horse darn. D. B. RasdaU.
Box 484, Waiter Uh, Mont.
RANCH WORK—Single, exper . dairy,
stock, milkhouse and general farm
ing. Steady, sober. State details first
letter. B. Smith, Woodland. Wash.
HELP WANTED—MEN, WOMEN
Esteron 44 Results
In Wild Onion Curbs
During the past three years many
experiments have been made with
varied forms of 2,4-D to control
wild garlic and wild onion. Tests
with sodium salt of 2,4-D were un
successful. Esteron 44 and the
amine liquid salt formations, how
ever, gave good control when used
at the rate of three to four pounds
of 2,4-D acid equivalent per acre.
Apparently the amount of water
used makes little difference in the
results obtained. As many as 125
gallons per acre and as few as
five gallons per acre were applied
with equal success.
For pasture work, observers
agree that Esteron 44 may be some-
what more effective than the amine
salts, but because of the possible
danger from volatility of the esters
of 2,4-D, it is suggested that the
amine liquid salt be used where
susceptible plants grow in immedi-
ately adjacent areas. (Lawns, for
example, with adjacent flowers
1 and shrubs).
Helps With Wheat Crop
A 30-acre field that had produced
1 little during the last few years,
’ even with favorable moisture con-
ditions, produced a good wheat
crop, according to the Kansas state
college extension service.
“A combination of things made
the land productive again,” a con
servation district cooperator said.
“Use of sweet clover, seeded in the
spring of 1946, for green manure
i and terracing, and contour farm-
i ing for moisture conservation were
The land, he explained, was bad-
ly eroded. The soil was thin,
dense and hard to work. It had
not produced a decent crop in the
previous six years and was prac-
tically idle land.
Gullies were plowed shut after
the terraces were built, so that the
whole field could be contour farmed.
In addition, grass waterways were
| developed and more terraces plan-
Creomulsion relieves promptly because
it goes right to the seat of the trouble
to help loosen and expel germ laden
phlegm and aid nature to soothe and
heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial
mucous membranes. Tell your druggist
to sell you • bottle of Creomulsion
with the understanding you must like
the way it quickly allays the cough
or vou are to have your monev back.
for Coughs,Chest Colds,Bronchitis
Heating Pad Action
Gives Quick Relief!
For fast, gentle relief of aches from back strain,
muscle »tram, lumbago pain, due to fatigue, ex
posure. use the liniment specially made to »oothe
Soretone Liniment has scientific rubefacient
ingredients that act like glowing warmth from a
beating pad Helps attract fresh surface blood to
superficial pain area.
Soretone is different! Nothing else “just like
k.” Quick, satisfying results must be your» or
money back. 50c. Economy size $1 00.
Try Soretone for Athlete’» Foot Kill» all J
type» of common fungi —on contact!
Relieve distress of MONTHLY x
Are you troubled by diatreaa of
female functional periodic diaturb-
ances? Does thia make you Buffer
from pain, feel so nervous, tired—
at auch times? Then do try Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to
relieve such symptoms. Pinkham’s
has a grand soothing effect on one
of woman’s most important organs!
Before It Gets Worse
Not a Cure-All
But a prevail formula far neatralixin, cavity-form.'na acid,
Price 35«* ear h
pin» 15e for Parking and Portage
er 2 for $1.00 PCSTPAIS
Pleaae tend me............eostaii ten of th* N**w “Ammonium Icn” Tooth
Ende« id. Send Postpaid.
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Check that Cough
from a cold
— and get well quicker
with the NfW FOLEY'S
England levied a tax on bach
elors in 1695 to help finance the
war with France. While there has
been no direct legislation concern
ing the taxation of oachelors in
Britain, they have occasionally
been taxed more heavily than oth
Provide, An Inexpensive Way To
SEWING CIRCI E NEEDLEWORK
530 South Wells St.
Chicago 3, 111
Enclose 20 cento foe oattent.
The Mason and Dixon line actu
ally was surveyed by two English
men, Charles Mason and Jere
miah Dixon, (November 15, 1763,
and December 26, 1767) to settle
constant dissensions between the
Lords Baltimore and the Penn
family, the lords being proprie
tors of Maryland and Pennsyl
The line was originally marked
by milestones, every fifth one
bearing the coat of arms of Penn
on one side and those of Lord Bal
timore on the other side.
5 8 5 9
Í HEAD COLDS ?
Layette Is Fine Gift
DAINTY, yet very practical
that makes an ideal
gift for the babies of your friends,
daughter or granddaughter. Use
fine white nainsook for the petti
coat, sacque and dressing gown.
/ QUICK RELIEF WITH
mm mm mm
; ASK Ml
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1. How far is the sun from the
2. Governor Dewey polled over
22,600,000 votes in the presidential
election of 1944. How many did he
receive in 1948?
3. Is the peanut a nut or a
4. On what Pacific island did
the mutineers of the “Bounty”
5. Who was the first United
States ambassador to the Soviet
1. 93,000,000 miles.
2. Over 21,383,000.
3. A vegetable belonging to the
same family as peas and beans.
4. Pitcairn island.
5. William C. Bullitt.
IF YOU WERE A WAVI,
WAC, MARINE or SPAR
Find out what
offers you! \
— an education trading Io R. N.
— mor« opportuuiliaa every rear
ho.pital«, public health, etc.
— your allowanea under the C. I. Bill
of Hixlila often «over« you entire
— ask for more Information
al lha hospital »hero too
would like Io enter nursing.
Jt mataafr than aw-
Pipe »mokdrz pref ar Prince Albert For tta cool, tongaa-oasy
smoking comfort —roH-your-ownara Ilka th« way Prince Albert
rolls up feet and eaey Into extra-taety cigarette«!
I GET REAL
SM0KJ NG COMFORT
IN A PIPEFUL OF PA.
V-AND WITH THE NEW
HUMIDOR TOP, PA.
STAKS’ SO FRESH
“Crimp cut Prine« Albert ha» bwn a favorite in my pipe for
yeera,” say« Al Earl. “Rich-tarting P. A. amokea mild and
cool —eaay on the tongue.“ Right, Al! P.A.’s choice tobacco
ia specially treated to insure against tongue bite.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM’S '¿SMZi'
Buy U. S. Savings Bond»!
SERVICI SPECIALTY CO.
Portland 14, Ort yon
have a chair they can call their
own. Nothing seems to be quite so
important to the young ones as
having things “just like Dad’s.”
Materials for two chairs can be
purchased for less than one chair
costs ready made. Make adult size
chairs from Pattern No. 32 and a
matching settee from Pattern No.
39. Child size chair is Pattern No
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EXJOY BETTER HEALTH with America's
Finest Radiator Enclosures. Write
ALBRECHT CORfANT, Io»» City, lows.
As Described in December Better Homes & Gardens
and February Reader's Digest “Page 78"
To cbtain complete pattern for the 5-
riiece set. tracing for embroidery, stitch il-
ustrations and finishing instructions for
the lovely layette Set (Pattern No. 5H5»i
send 20 cents in coin, jour name, ad
dress and pattern number
Send 25c for each Pattern No. 32, Pattern
No. 132 Send 35c for Pattern No. 39 to
Easi-Bild Pattern Company, Dept. W. Pleas
antville. N. Y.
HOME FVRNISHINGS A APPLI.
"A. M. I.'* Tooth Powder
Made of silk crepe, the dress will
be a lovely christening gown.
Wild garlic and wild onion long
have been two of the most trouble
some weeds in southern lawns,
pastures and certified grass and
and grain seed production fields.
As lawn weeds, these plants
give the lawn an uneven, ragged
appearance and produce a very
disagreeable onion odor when mow
ed. In pastures, dairy cattle feed
ing on these plants produce milk
with an off flavor which is of great
concern to dairymen in several
states. Seed production has been
limited by the presence of wild
onions in many fields because of
New Hay Chopper
Sew a Layette for a New Baby
Wild Garlic also Found
Vulnerable to Solution
WANTED—Aggre^sfre Man or Woman
To own business. Write BUSINESS CORP.
OF AMERICA Bl II.DING, Phlla. t. Pa.
IF IN NEED of lawn furniture,
* build it yourself and save
money. Full size patterns are
available that simplify building
the chair illustrated above. A
smaller size chair, suitable for
children two to eight years of age,
can also be constructed from a
pattern. Youngsters will be hap
py to join the family circle if they
This combination hay chopper
and ensilage cutter, which can
be operated by one man, has been
int.oduced by the New Holland
machine feeds, cuts to desired
length and blows corn, hay or
other crops to mow or silo in one
Cutting in lengths
ranging from 3-18” to 1*4, the
chopper can handle up to 20
tons of silage an hour.
Bathtub Fairly Recent
Innovation in America
Although many Americans con
sider the daily bath essential to
good health, most of their predeces-
■ sors of a century ago never saw,
‘ much less bathed in, a bathtub in
For pre-Civil War
■ Americans, bathing was a luxury
irdulged in a hut alongside the
home The White House got its
first bathtub during Lincoln's term.
The first all-iron tub was installed
in New York City in 1870.
The NEW FOLEYS HONEY A TA!»
contain, one of the moat Important cough
treatment development« In .ear., one that
ACTUALLY HELPS SPEED RECOV
ERY Abo aooihee throat, check« cough
ing Alan dellclou« non narcotic, doe« no»
upaet digration But moat Important. NE W
FOLEY S tulps you sei well guKSer from
cough due to cola At your druggist
I LUCE THE WAY
TPA j new humidor
TOP KEEPS EASY-
TO-R0U, CRIMP CUT
PA. FRESH FOR TASTY,
May Warn of liiaordered
Modern Ide with lu hurry and worry,
irretular hah ta. Improper anting «nd
drinking—na risk of .ip.aura and infre-
tion—throw« heavy «train on th. work
of the kidney«. They an apt to become
overrated and fail to ftltor a.rwoo and
and other imparitioa from the life-giving
You m»r «u!!»r nagging baek.eha,
headache. di««n*m. getting np nighta,
log pa na. aweu.ng—fwt eonMantly
t rM, nervuna. all worn out. Other • gna
of kidney or bladder diaorder are «oiwm
time. burning, eeaaty 0» too tnquoa*
Try Dee»’« Pitt». Deen'e help the
kidney« to paaa off harmful «Mem body
west«. They hove had mor« than half a
•salary of public approval. An raeom
mended by grateful »on «vorywbam
Aak ye»r neighkoet
D oan spills
HI NEW HUMIDOR TOP locki IN tlw FRESHNESS dnd FLAVOR
MORE MEN SMOKE
THAN ANY OTHER TOBACCO
"7ME national joy
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