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CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS, FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1929
Gresham’s Greatest Horse Sale !
A U C T IO N
W ednesday, March 20th, 1929
The Undersigned will sell at auction at
TH O M P SO N ’S
G R E SH A M ,
Sale C o m m e n c in g at 1 o ’ C lock, p. m.
One car load of good work horses. These horses are of various ages,
well broke, are in good condition and ready to go to work at
I am going to sell them under my customary guarantee which is:-—
Deposit cash in First State Bank, Gresham, Oregon, with in
structions to hold for three days. Try out horses purchased.
If not satisfied, return horses to Thompson’s barn. Show your
receipt to First State Bank that horses have been returned and
receive the money you paid for horses. Can anything be
TERMS— Six months time may be had with interest at 8 per cent
per annum on notes approved by clerk. Those desiring credit
should make application to Clerk A. Meyers at First State Bank
Gresham, Ore., prior to day o f sale.
P. C ELO RIA, Owner
W . S. W O O D & SONS, Aucts
A . M EYERS, Clerk
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New Spring Patterns in Bolt Goods
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HOM E C O O K IN G
M EALS A T A L L H OURS
“ C O U R T E S Y ” OUR M O TTO
R E 6 S
A F E
Tii ^es for the new Ford
are specially made
to give long wear
WHEN tlir new Ford was de
signed, it was immediately
apparent that a new tire
would have to he made to
match the car's perform
ance. It was distinrtly a new
problem, for here was a ear
with quicker aeeeleration,
greater speed and more
braking efficiency than any
car of similar size or weight.
So that every Ford owner
might he assured of maxi
mum tire mileuge at the low
est cost, the Ford Motor
C om pan y devoted many
m on ths to research and
ex p erim en t in c o n ju n c
tion with the leading tire
As a result, certain defi
nite specifications were de
veloped for tires for the new
Ford. These specify cords of
certain strength and texture,
a large volume of tread and
side-wall rubber, sturdy non-
skid design, and reinforced
plies for protection against
b r u is e b r e a k s — a ll the
strong features o f ronslruc-
tion formerly considered
fo r only the largest tires.
Great care also was takrn
to secure the best riding qual
ities in connection with the
tran sverse sprin gs
and the llo u d a ille
F ord M
Though the Foril tires are
designated as 3 0 x 4 .5 0 ,
they have the resiliency and
air spqee of much larger
tires because of the drop
center rim of the steel-spoke
For host results, the tires
on the new Ford should he
kept inlluted to an air pres
sure o f 3 5 pounds uud
cheeked regularly to insure
this pressure all the time.
This is important. Low in-
tlation breaks down the side
walls of a tire. By causing
oxerheating, it also destroys
the rubber that acts as an
insulation, with consequent
separation o f the cord.
At the end of each 5 0 0 0
miles, when you have the
front wheels packed with
grease, it is a good plan to
have the wheel alignment
cheeked. This will prevent
When punctures conic, ns
they will with any tire, you
will find the Ford dealer
particularly well - equipped
to make repairs quickly und
at small cost. See him, too,
fo r rep laeem en ts. T h en
you will he sure of getting
tires built specially fo r the
Ford car according
to d e f in it e F o rd
C o m pan y
EAGLE CREEK HEIGHTS, March
BORING, March 14.— (Special).—
| 14 .— (Special).— Mr. and Mr®. Earlin H. G. Knox has purchased two new
| Linkholm have moved into the Carl trucks and is hauling wood direct to
Kanstrum house on Douglass Ridge, the city market.
John Valberg is still enlarging his
They visited at the Bill Huggins home
business activities. He is now build
Warren and Vernon Dtlancy start ing a new tile office and store room
ed to school at Eagle Creek last for his lumber yard.
A shower was given at the church
Among those from the Heights at for Mrs. W. R. Shattuck recently and
tending the dance ut Eagle Creek there was a large turn out o f Ladies
Saturday night were Mr. and Mrs. Aid members who gave the shower. ]
Fred Hoffmeister and daughter Ruby.
The new Boring tie dock is being
Miss Rose Huggins, Howard Longwell rebuilt, 400 feet will be practically
and Mr. Rehberg and son Carl Jr.
new when the Job is completed. The
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Judd were P E- P- company has workers from
Portland visitors one day last week. fbe city in charge.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hoffmeister
The new section foreman, R. B.
and family called at the home of her Russell, has moved into the H. A.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Richey Beck house and the Becks have
o f Swede Ridge Sunday. Mr. H off- moved into the Lund house,
meister is helping break a team o f
Doris Metzger, 7, who underwent a
j mastoid operation, and who was suf-
Howard Longwell left for Portland feting from pneumonia, is improving
Tuesday where he has obtained work buf *s
*n *be hospital,
and will go out to a logging camp.
Mrs. Root, who has been very ill
Miss Marie Huggins writes that she s' nee December, is now improving,
is working for Mrs. Carlyle Strana under the care o f a trained nurse.
I Mrs. Dorothy Waltham, who was ,
han at Tillamook.
formerly at Gresham, but now from
Spokane. Mrs. Root is the mother
o f Mrs. W. R. Telford and Mrs. W.
E LW O O D
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Naas gave a
card party Friday night and a number
ELWOOD, March 14.— (Special)—
o f their friends were entertained
The Stauffer family o f Maple Lane
visited friends here Sunday.
Earl Child, a guard at McNeil’s
Erwin Moehuke and little Mary
Island, is visiting his brother, Billy
Vallen were quite sick with flu last
The H. Day family have returned
Mrs. Clara Meilike and son Charlie
to their small farm near Boring.
visited the home ranch Sunday.
Letha and Naomi Child each have
Mrs. M. Park called on Mrs. T. G.
missed a week o f high school on ac
Munson Saturday afternoon.
count o f influenza.
Mrs. Dan Stahlnecker and sop
Evert visited at the J. Edwards home
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brown were v is-!
iting relatives here since the first of
the month, are leaving Saturday for
KELSO, March 14.— (Special).—
Ryderwood, Wash., where they will!
Mrs. Peterson was hostess at the re-
make their home.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Cox and chil- cent Kelso Women’s club meeting, 18
dren spent the week end in Oregon being present and enjoying a social
time. The hostess served lovely re
City and Portland.
A meeting o f the P. T. A. will be freshments.
held at the school house Friday at
Mr. and Mrs. Jackson have been
2:30 p. m.
| quite ill from flu. Mr. Johnson is a
partner o f C. F. Anderson and lives
OREGON M INERAL OUTPUT
j near the latter’s home.
V A L U E D A T $ 7 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Jonsrud recent- —
! ly visited the new Veteran’s hospital
Oregon’s annual mineral produc- and 8ay it ig wonderful.
tion, consisting chiefly of stone, sand
Kelso Sunday school is planning an
and gravel, cement, clay products Easter pageant o f several scenes in
and metals, amounts to about $7,- which the entire school will take =
000,000, says Dr. J. H. Hance, dean part.
o f the Oregon State school of mines.
Kelso church services have been
The gold output from the placer changed to the first and third Sun- EE
mines is of special importance now. days of each month until further no- B
It is reported that some o f the more I y ce_
hour is 2 :30
recent underground explorations are
The boys’ live wire class of the [
opening up promising copper and Sunday school installed their officers
gold ore reserves in the Grants Pass last Sunday.
district. High freight into this re
Kelso girls plan meeting again this
gion is one o f the factors which hand week at the A. E. Jonsrud home to
icap the development of the mining practice songs for Easter Sunday,
A railroad between Grants Pass and
Crescent City, with some harbor im
provements at the latter place, is con
templated. Deposits o f no practical
value at present, might be operated
BULL RUN, March 14.— (Special) Ji
then with a margin o f profit.
— Friends o f Walter Helm regret;;
that his eye is not getting along very j
R E F O R E S T A T IO N L A W LIKED
The new law passed at the recent well at the hospital. Contrary to j j
legislature providing for classifica first report, the eye was not entirely j
tion o f reforestation land and its as gone, but it is feared that it will j j
sessment at but 5 cents an acre while have to be removed.
Robley, son o f Mr. and Mrs. V. D. :
new trees are growing on it. is the
most important piece o f reforesta Butler, has been quite ill the past j
tion legislation enacted in any state, two weeks.
Mr. and Oren Ganger spent Friday :
says George W. Peavy, dean o f tho
forestry school at Oregon State Col evening in the city at the home o f ; i
lege. This law provides for the col Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wilkins, and ■
lection o f a yield tax o f 12 % per the Lester Keenans were also there. :
cent when the timber is cut, while re The hostess served a delicious lunch ■
The Bull Run Campfire girls gave i
ducing taxes to a minimum on logged
off land so as to encourage reforesta another o f their attractive parties at )
the Community hall Saturday night. :
Nine tables o f five hundred were i
played. The girls managed the af j
D A IR Y M E N R E A D Y FOR MEET
fair splendidly. Refreshments were i
Plans are practicaly completed for
served and the girls realized $9.75 j
the big state-wide dairy conference for their efforts.
at Corvallis March 21 and 22, when
The next Bull Run Community club ■
dairymen from every county in the card party will be held on April 6.
state will meet with representatives
March 23, 7 :30 p. m., the Camp- j
o f every division o f the industry to fire Birthday Council Fire is an- i
map out plans for steady and orderly nounced to take place at the Com- j
development o f Oregon into a greater I munity han. Parents and friendg of
dairy state. Committees appointed the p .oup are inviud
in advance have been busy gathering
Mrs. E. c . Reece had , progres9ive
new information, especially as re- honor party at her home recent| for
gards marketing possibilities, and will the Campfire Rroup. The Kir|g ear„.
have it ready for presentation at the ed certain hoBorg. after whlch Mnd.
wiches, salad and chocolate were
J. W. Turton, o f Niles. Mich., h as!
driven the three Ford automobiles he I
COTTRELL P. T. A. MEETS
has owned a distance equal to nine !
times around the world, has never
Cottrell P. T. A. program was a
been out o f oil. gas or water and has successful one Thursday night. In
never had an accident. He purchased charge were Mrs. Cook. Mrs. A. Rad
ius first Ford, a touring car, in 1915,’ ford and Mrs. C. J. Wilkinson. A
drove it 103.200 miles and then sold large crowd was present. Refresh-
it for $125 cash.
j ments sold brought over five dollars.
i “ Robinson Crusoe’* will be the movie
Try a Want Ad in the Newt.
for Friday night, this week.
You Have More Than One
The modern bank acts as more than a
mere depository for the money of its
patrons. Perhaps you have never
known the many ways your bank can
serve you. Here are a few of them
available to you, here at the Clackamas
Time Deposit Accounts
Safety Deposit Vaults
Foreign and Domestic Exchange
C lackamas C ounty iw äi
f o r e v er y purpose
Low er Price
B etter Paint!
Jackson Lumber Co.
“ E v e ry t h in g f o r the B uild er ’ ’
Posters and Handbills.
Circulars, any size.
W edding Invitations.
Tickets of all kinds.
Driver’s Report Forms.
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