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C LACKAM AS CO UNTY N EW S
SAUNDERS Q U IT S O F FIC E i
W E A V E R GETS PLA C E
Only 1 Moving Part
F R ID A Y , M ARCH 28, 193$
“Thoroughbreds Don’t Cry”
OUGH as in cough,
P H T H as in phthisic.
EIG H as in neighbor,
T T E as in gazette,
O f course that is an odd way to
E A U X as in beaux.
spell it, and you may be puzzled, but
There it wasn’t so hard was it?
Just plain P O T A T O — spuds to you.
G II as in hiccough
Adapted from the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer picture
J. W ' (A n d y ) Saunder9 constable
By Halsey Raines
| in the Estacada district, resigned a
Copyright 11)37— Loew’s Inc
few days ago and Charles W eaver
CH APTER ONE
now, and use it fo r this trip,” pur.
was appointed to fill the vacancy.
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Party nominations will be made in
The Pookah was as handsome a s’ al-
“ Sometime later you can carry oug
the May primary and the o ffic e filled
lion as one could hope to see. A long colors to Am erica," replied Sir Pe
in the November election.
finely formed head, high erect eats, ter linking his head. “ Perhaps when
Saunders declares that the office
trim, streamlined legs and a coat of the time comes you can succeed
was a financial loss to him and kept
the deepest russet-brown were his where I have failed.
him broke buying red ink to bulance
outstanding physical qualifications.
“ But it wouldn’t be any fun going
the budget. His pay was in fees, when j
But perhaps his most important as to America alone,” cried Roger. “ And
lie could get them. His bill for gas
sett were those o f temperament. He the poor old Pookah’s racing days
and oil fo r hi9 Packard far exceeded
loved to race, and he never gave up. would be over then. Just let me bor
the cash received fo r his services.
Six absorbed and admiring eyes row some o f the money now— ”
were fastened on the horse as he cun-
“ I ’m afraid not my boy,” said Sir
O R E G O N M U T U A L FIR E INSUR-
tered easily around the track. Two of Peter. ‘ ‘ It was splendid and gener-
AN C E CO. has LO W E S T RATE S.
No assessments, why pay more? As them belonged to Sir Peter Calvorton j ous o f you Roger,” but there are two
sets over $918,860.61. Ask TH O R N E stalwert gray-haired British sports things you must learn.”
Jtcujci Ia j«cto r Pumps can now be H»4
& W A L K AD, Agents, Gresham.— Adv man. Another pair came from a pumt
He put his hands affectionately oq
with direct connected vertical ' low apt,
motore. Xhaaa pumps, embodying th#
two fe et lower to the right where the boys shoulder
ti-« U f t l , 1
Sir Peter’s grandson Roger was clut
■Hurt you of perfect construction, quiet
“ Yes sir.”
operttloo, higher efficiency end longer lifo.
N O T I C E OF S H E R IF F ’ S S A LE
ching the wooden rail. Tw o other
‘“ One is that gentlemen accept
I f gee went the beet, enquire about •
eyes were peering from behind the their lot gracefully. The other thing
* JACUZZI PUMP
On the Dth day » f April, 1938, at furrowed brows o f Wilkins, who had , is that thorobreds don’t cry.”
You w ill
the hour ot 10 A. M.. at the front
Roger squared his shoulders. He
door o f the Court House in Oregon trained The Pookah from the time ,
j looked up at his grandfather with an
City, Clackumas County, Oregon 1 he was an awkward colt.
I t It th* original injector pump, with i l l
‘ ‘ Hi, Joey” beckoned Wilkins mo j expression o f determination
will sell at auction to the highest bid-
M t U patents owned and developed by
der for cash the following described tioning to the stable boy who wan
“ I think I understand sir,” he said
real property located in Clackamas giving the Pookah his woikout. ‘Com« J starting away.
-, Jacuni Brother*, Inc.
county, Oregon, to-wit:
'ere a minute/
Sir Peter’s eyes filled with mist
The East one half ( V4 ) o f the
The boy complied.
as he followed the small reteating
East one-half ( V » ) o f the Northeast
‘ ‘ Take ‘ im the other way round figure. But his mind was already
quarter (*4|), Section Nineteen (1 9 ),
Township three (3 ), S. Range three the course,” ordered Wilkins. “ W e’ve busy with the nucleus o f a half-form
(3 ) East Willamette Meridian, con got to teach him the American way.” ed idea. In a moment he stepped to
taining forty (4 0 ) acres, more or
Joey stared in consternation.
the telephone and called the number
Oregon less, in the County o f Clackamas,
“ Go on, go on,” added the trainer. o f his barrister.
State o f Oregon.
One morning shortly afterwards,
Said sale ìb made under execution Is “ You know and I know it’s the wrong
sued out o f the Circuit Court o f the way to run hut since Am erica’s the while Roger was busy with his les-
State o f Oregon fo r the County of place ‘e’s goin’ to run, that’s the way sons a tall, lean individual who bore
the singularly appropriate name of
Clackamas, to me directed in the ca:>e ‘e’ll have to learn.”
O ff went the Pookah this time in Threadneedle was announced at Cal-
o f The State o f Oregon, acting on the
relationship o f W orld W ar Veterans' what, fom the standpoint o f English verton Hall.
State Aid Commission, consisting of racing conditions a backwards direc
“ W ell” said Sir Peter when the
Charles H. Martin, Governor; Earl tion. Roger climbed on the rail glee new arrival had been ensconced in
Snell, Sec’y o f State; George A
» , - a chair and the ritual o f ordering
White, Adjutant General; Prescott fully.
“ ‘The Pookah doesn’t seem to scotches and sodas had been com
Lawn Mowers, Washing
mind which way he runs,” exclaimed pleted.
William R. Hammond and Jane Poe Roger. "Does he grandfather.”
‘ T was able to arrange a loan,”
Machines and Stoves
Hammond, husband and w ife ; Secre
S’“ " ter made no repy.
said Threadneedle slowly.
tary o f Agriculture, acting pursuant
Only Factory Repair
T could teach that horse to run
to the act o f Congress, approved Jan
‘ You’d better wait until you hear
uary 22, 1922, creating the Recon backwards on two legs,” cut in W il
struction Finance Corporation, and kins. “ And ‘ e’d still be out in front. the rest. The only way I could raise
the act o f Congress approved Febru Drawin’ a load o f ‘ay too.”
the money was thru a mortgage on
ary 4, 1933, Washington, D. C.; and
Roger jumped down and run o f f | the house and grounds.” Again he
Grind, Oil and Adjust
Hammond, his w ife ; Adin Hammon to follow the progress o f the horse hesitated. “ And the best I could gat
Your Lawn Mower
and — Hammon, his w ife ; Cecile Me- around the track_ His thots were all was one thousand pounds.”
Cay and — McCay, her husband; on the challenge which Sir Peter had
“ One thousand,” Sir Peter’s face
Joan DeGooyer and — DcGooyer, her accepted to send another highly fan flu hed. “ A thousand on the Hall.
husband; L. R. Hammon and — Ham cied racer across the Atlantic to try W hy five thousand would be little
mon, his wife.
fo r the American cup. Consistently enough. It ’s preposterous.”
E. T. MASS,
“ 1 know,” said Threadneedle sad
Sh eriff o f Clackumas County, defeated in previous »[tem pts to
bring back this coveted trophy t<> ly. “ My advice is to refuse the o ffe r
By H. M. Mass, Deputy.
Briton Sir Peter had fe lt that lie end give up the idea o f the trip to
First pub. March 11, 1938
must make at least one more attempt. Am erica.”
Last pub. April 8, 1938.
The Pookah was his favorite race)
“ A place o f this size.” fumed Sir
Main and 3rd Phone 5364
out o f a quarter o f a century o f blue Peter, “ one o f the biggest estates
G R E S H A M , OREGON
ribbon competition. Somehow Roger in Bnglandi None has a better his-
bring home the bacon.
felt that the horse sensed the trust to iy .”
imposed upon him and wouldn’t i»t
“ I thot you wouldn't consider the
the fam ily down..
o ffe r ,” said the other.
Wilkins who had been studying the
“ Threadneedle,” cried Sir Peter,
taciturn Sir Peter between closely suddenly rising. “ Have you the pap
ers with you.”
knit brows moved closer.
“ I f you’ll excuse me sir," be said,
‘ Why yes,” said the other startled,
“ you don’t seem none too happy ah« “ but surely you’re not— ”
" I shall sign them and post them
out the horse. There’s nothing the
matter is there sir.”
to you tonight.” said Sir Peter. “ I ’m
"N othing that anybody could blame to go to America.”
Pollock, the butler took almost as
you fo r Wilkins,” answered his mas
much pride in the accomplishments
OF OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF
“ I ’ve always done the best I could” o f a Calvertson racing entry as Sir
Peter himself. He wes engaged in
replied Wilkins. “ I wouldn’t like to
out some soda when Sir Peter
feel I was— well a failure.”
made his declaration and he almost
However hard he tries a man can
dropped the siphon bottle. It was not
fail,” said Sir Peter, eyes averted.
quite time fo r Master Roger to re
W e need the space to make room for other bus
" I know what you’re thinking o f
ceive his mid-morning glass o f milk,
iness so we have reduced prices radically for a quick
sir,” responded Wilkins. ‘ ‘ Those oth
but fo r once Pollock was going to
er horses we took to America. Well
. . . . . .
make an exception to his rigidly fol-1
we ave faded before I grant, you, lowed sch8dule--
but we won’t this time_ N ot with The
Every item of our dry goods stock reduced to
Controlling his excitement he hur-
Pookah. W e’ll show these Yankees
only a small percent of its former price. This is your
j ried with the refreshment tray to thu
opportunity to save money. Hurry and visit our store
room where the boy’s tutor was dis-
Sir Peter hestated a moment be
cussing algebraic roots.
while there is still merchandise left.
fore replying then turned and looked
. . .
You re early Pollock,” said Roger
awkwardly at his devoted retainer,
. , i while the instructor tapped on hi<
W e re not going to America this desk impatiently.
year,” he said slowly.
“ Beg your pardon,” answered the
“ Not going sir,” stammered W il
butler, “ but I thot you’d like to hear
the news. The master’s Just decided
“ No,” said Sir Peter, “ I ’m afraid
to g to America ”
that decision is final.”
Roger stared a first incredulous,
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Phone Gresham t241
Wilkins understood how to control then ¡n wild jubli,ation.
“ Whoopee,” he cried leaping up
self restraint. As he moved away how
and flinging a whole sheaf o f lesson I
ever Roger ran up.
papers over his head. •* must t e ll:
The boy knew immediately from
expressions o f the two men that
(T o be continued.)
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§ something wasa miss. He made a
shrewd guess and, as it happened, an N O T I C E T O C R E D I T O R S , N o . 6 9 1 4
accurate one at the cause o f the dis
In C iicuit Court o f the State o f O re
gon for the County o f Clackamas.
“ Grandfather,” he said taking Sir
In the Matter o f the Estate o f John
Peter’s arm, “ it’s money you’ re wor
P Steinman, deceased.
ried about isn’t it.”
Notice is herqby given that the un
has been duly appointed
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“ Whatever it is there’s nothing to
administrator o f the estate o f John
bother you,” said Sir Peter.
. . . . .
. i P. Steinman, deceased, any and all
Yes there is. I f it worrie you i* perrons having claims against said ee-
ought to worry me_ And it doe-. Anri tate are hereby required to present
if you’re thinking o f not taking The »id claims, duly verified as by law
required, to me at the office o f my
Pookah, but you can’t be.”
attorney, O. D. Eby, Room 3. Andre-
ren Bldg., Oregon City, Oregon with
forceful o f all answers.
r months from, the date o f this
‘ ‘ Oh, but you must take him tc notice.
Dated, February 25, 1938.
Am erica,” cried Roger. “ Grandfath. r
P H IL IP A. S T E IN M A N ,
listen. I shall have some money shan’t
Administrator o f the Estate o f 1
I, when I come o f age.”
John P. Steinman, deceased. |
“ Yes, you will have.” answered Date o f first publication, February
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Gre*h»m, Ore. ¡
Then let me take some o f that D#». o f last publication, March 26th
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