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CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS
FRIDAY, MARCH 14. 1941
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AM ïï MR plu s
v a lu e in
“ CATERPILLAR” DIESELS
At the Willard Bliss farm on Pie.'.
sant View avenue, 1 Vi miles south
o f Linnemann Junction and Powell
New Ford Tractor Dealer has Fine New Plant
DA N C E
GRANGE HALL, BORING
First and Third Saturday
Nights o f Each Month
SATURDAY, MARCH 15
F a r m E quipmentco .
M ACH INERY
Sale »tarts at 1 p.m.
FOR SALE 1936 Ford coupe. Has
radio. A good buy for only $295. Me
I upright boiler, 1 Stover feed mill, Robert Motor Co. Gresham, Oregon.
1 forge, one 1 Vi h.p. motor, Power Open Sundays.—Adv.
grind stone, Emery mandle. Milk
I house equipment as follows; 1 med
FOR SALE. 6 to 8 weeks old wean,
ium size cooler and tank, galvanized er pigs $4; 4 months old pigs $6
2-compartment wash tray, gas heater Registeied Chester White boar $15.
(milk stiainer, milk buckets, 12 steel Lester Darby 4 Vi miles eust of Esta
stanchions and drinking fountains,
i Farm machinery as follows; 6-foot cada on Earl Tracy place. Tel 20-3.
Oliver mower, 10-foot Oliver rake
FOR SALE. Marshall strawberry
5-foot corrugated roller, Black Hawk
¡manure spreader, corn planter,, 3- plants from young plants free fronj
section springtooth harrow, tractor disease. F. L. Case Vi mile o ff Bjorn-
! plow, two 14-in, bottoms chilled stedt road. Rt. 1, Box 66, Sandy,
I 10-20 McCormick-Deering tractor Oregon.
trailer, 3-ln. low Hickory farm wagon
and rack, 3 Vi farm wagon, low
DEPENDABLE USED CARS
wheels and rack, single trees double
trees, neck yoke, 75 tons o f corn si- 1939 Dodge sedan, low mileage, good
; lage. Also lots o f small tools that
care, fine car.
go with a farm.
1939 Chevrolet sedan. Buy this cat
1 roan mare 9 years old, 1 old 1937 Chevrolet coupe in best o f con
horse, bay, 1 bay colt, 2 years old,, 1
dition. New paint.
bay colt 4 years old, set double work
harness, set double buggy harness, 1936 Plymouth sedan, competely re
set single buggy harness, 1 incubator
570 egg capacity, 1 incubator 200
BROCKWAY A NELSON
egg capacity, briquet stove and 1000
Dodge and Plymouth Dealers
chick brooder, 1 kitchen range, I Stu-
Casf, unless arrange
WOOD FOR SALE. Large second
ments are made with the Clerk prior
growth dry wood, 16 inch, $5 cord
delivered. Tel. 481. U. S. Morgan
DAIRY EQUIPMENT AND
BETWEEN OIL CHANGES
A t 30 miles an hour your car would '
travel 3600 miles in 120 hours. Prob
ably you change your automobile oil
at least tw ice in that tim e—yet so effi
cient are the dual oil-filtering and pres
sure o il-c o o lin g systems on "C a ter
pillar” Diesels . . . that you can safely
w ork these tractors under severe con
ditions 120 hours between oil changes.
FRANK EBERHART, Auctioneer.
CLEVELAND BLISS, Clerk...............
Tel. Gresham 5448
Owner C .A. McRobert, left and
Sales Manager Harold Barr stand
alongside one o f the new Ford trac*
tois which with the wheelless imple
ment attachment.-, will be the main
line handled by the new Farm Equip
ment company. The building is locat-.
ed on the west side o f the super
SEE Harold Shalhamer for paint
ing, papering, kalsomining, carpen
try, plumbing, plaster patching and
house raising. Estimates gladly given.
First class work. Eagle Creek, Ore
gon. Tel Estacada 22-4.
FOR RENT. 3 room house. Garden
spot plowed ready to plant. J. J.
FOR SALE. 1937 Olds Six 4 dooj Marchbank, Estacada. Tel 254.
touring sedan. 8 tube radio, heateri
FOR SALE. 1940 Ford coupe. Ca
80 percent Firestone tires. Original
Nile green finish. Come in and let u.1 yuga blue. Only 22,000 miles. Locally
demonstrate. $525. McRobert Motor owned car, $645. McRobert Motor
Co., Gresham,, Oregon. Open Sun Co., Gresham, Ore. Open Sundays.
U sed C ar
B a r g a in s
USED CARS & TRUCKS
WANTED. Junior automobile sales
men. No investment required, no ex
perience necessary. Good possibilities
for income. See Roy McCormick, at
Ray Dunmire Motor company. 82nd
Ave., and Clackamas River bridge
FOR SALE or Trade, for Feed.
5 milch goats and one Saanan buck.
1941 Willys Americar sedan, heater 2 giving milk, one to freshen in May»
and new car guarantee ........ $769 2 doelings. Price $2.50 each and up
— * ,—
to $25 for all six. No Sunday busi
1910 Chrysler Royal touring sedan,
ness please. I need hay and grain
heater ........................................ $975 fo r the other goats is reason for sel
ling. Lawrence Wisner, rt. 1. Vi-mi.
1939 Ford deluxe 85 tudor sedan,
east o f Porter school.
heater, runs and looks fine . $535
We have 15 pickups, panels and
1938 Willys deluxe sedan,, h,eater.
trucks priced from $95 to $650. Get
Very clean car .......................... $375 our deal before you buy. McRobert
Motor Co., Gresham, Ora., Open Sun.
1936 Chevrolet sedan, ready to
go ............................................... $365
1935 Chrysler Airstream 8 sedan $325
We will do custom sawing at reas
onable rates or will saw on shares.
1931 Buick coupe ..............
Shingles and rough lumber for sale
1930 Oldsmobile sedan ................. $65 at all times. Water Wheel Shingle
Co., Estacada, Ore., Tel. 38-31
1929 Studebaker conv. coupe . $65
OREGON MUTUAL FIRE INSUR-
1937 International D-2 pickup $475 ANCE CO. has LOWEST RATES.
No assessments, why pay more? As
1935 Ford V-8 1 H ton truck . $15C sets over $918,660.51. Ask THORNE
& WALRAD, Agents. Gresham.—Adv.
1935 Chevrolet V4 ton pickup ... $325
FOR SALE. Road gravel and drive
way gravel for sale at pit or deliver
1935 Dodge 1 V4 ton truck, has
flat bed ....................................... $350 ed. Deep Creek Gravel Co., rt. 1, ,box
101„ Boring, Ore.
1930 Chevrolet 1 V4 ton truck . $175
FOR SALE. Baled oats and vetch
1930 Chevrolet 1 V4 ton truck . $125 hay. C. A. Grassick, Estacada. Tel.
12-56. Route 1.
These Cers end Trucks er« hi A -1
Bring us your old gold, rings, brace
condition reedy to dlive home
lets, watch cases, dental work, etc.
SEE OUR STOCK BEFORE
.We pay highest cash prices. A. H.
Mealey, "Y ou r Jeweler” Main Ave.
G; esham.— Adv.
Hessel Implement Company
dreds o f other money-saving barg
ains. Come and see the big savings
FOR SALE. 1937 Chevrolet town you can make at Tobatson Second
sedan. Mohair upholstery. See it soon Hand Store, Powell Blvd., opposite
for it won’t be here long at onl;| Copeland Lbr. Co., office in Gresham.
$445. McRobert Motor Co. Gresham,
Oregon. Open Sundays.— Adv.
FOR SALE. 9 weeks old weaner
pigs. Fred Baker, Eagle Creek, Ore.
Big Boy Red eggs for hatching,
five cents each. Good hatch guaran
teed or money back. Big Boy Red
eggs are large, hearty and healthy
and nearly every hen is a 200 big
egg layer. Eeker, Tel. 395.
'.E. Beaver drag saw in
ition except battery. In.
FOR SALE. 1936 Ford coupe with
iset Filling Station in heater. See it at Bob Cooke’s garage.
Mrs. A. H. Miller in Helton house,
30 acres, 4 Vi acres
Write owner 652?
HELP WANTED on farm. Gener
Portland, Oregon. al farm woik. Inquire o f P. VV. Eaton
route 1, Estacada. Tel. 32-51.
* weeks old wean-
^ T. Beebe. Tel
See the new Messinger 2 or 4 row
at grows don’
s Gill’s seed
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headquarters at Gresham. The com
pany maintains a truck and trailer
set up that permits demonstration of
the tractor and all implements right
at the prospects farm. A large stock
o f new and used esquipment will be
available at the Gladstone location at
all times according to Mr. Barr.
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EDGEMONT CHEEZ-IT, pkg...........................
Delicious crispy cheese wafers.
IVORY SNOW, .............package
Safer for silks and woolens
ZEE FACIAL TISSUE, 200 sheets f o r .........
SPERRY'S CORN MEAL, a large package
EASTER EGC C O L O R S ,............. p k g ..............1G<>
Pure food Easter Eprg colors. Package contains 8 color tab
lets, 1 mystic writer, 48 juvenile character transfers.
FOR VITAMINS DRINK FRUIT JUICES
W e have a large selection at Lowest Prices
You can Always be Sure of Getting the Best in Fresh
Fruits and Vegetables Here. Prices
that Save You Money
MOP S T IC K S ..................... each ............................ 1 5 f *
SPRING CLOTHES PINS, 18 f o r ...................... 1 0 0
Quality Meat Specials
BOILING B E E F ................. p ou n d ........................ 1 6 0
GOOD SKINNED H A M S ............pound
CHOICE CUTS OF BEEF AND PORK
Our Sausage and Hamburger are Unexcelled
Full Line of Cheese, Pickles and Appetizers
Tunnell & Sauer
Formerly Currinsville Mercantile Co.
Here Is a real buy, Thor washing
machine just like new for $25. Innet
spring mattress for $7.50. also hun
V FOR SALE. One blasting battery
-"a rly new with 150 feet copper line,
in neat box. Guaranteed to shoot
'.arges of powder at once. Hurry
•’ ant it. Isaac Sechrist, 10 S
1 ia St. Portland, Ore.
highway in Gladstone just north of
the Clackamas river bridge. It is
flanked by a good sized used tractor
lot and is now open for business with
Otto Werner in charge. McRobert is
distributor for Ford tractors for prac
tically all Clackamas and all of Mult
nomah county except Portland with
hand power tractor dusters $35. Nia
gara p o w e r cro p dusters bul t «spe
-¡ally for you. Hessel Implement Co
Eagle Creek grange will meet on
March 15. The program will feature
local talent. This will be the last day
Ray DeShazer o f Ocean Park, Wn.,
meeting. Meetings from April to Oc
and Ralph of Squaw Mountain visited
tober are held on the third Thursday
Friday and Saturday with their par.
at 8 p.m. Plans for the May picnic
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe DeShazer.
are well under way.
Many attended the community club
George T. Baker has leased the
meeting Friday evening. Mr. Jacob
Sam Brown place and is rebuilding
son o f Gresham led the community
fences preparatory to turning cattle
in the pasture.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bews and family
Mrs. Louis Rivers was hostess to
drove to Salem Sunday where they
visited their daughter Jean who is the Hilltop card club recently. 11i;-;;i
scores were held by Mrs. Lloyd Pot
a student there.
ter and Mrs. Earl Odell and low was
Alex Bews is helping at the Ottq
Mrs. Oscar Judd.
Matz place near Sandy. Mr. Matz lr
seriously ill at the Portland sanitar
Mrs. Leslie Wallace is ill at h *r
Mr and Mrs. Joe DeShazer, Ver
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bowie visited
non and Joy Fritsche and Mrs. Gill Mrs. Bowie’s brother in Portland on
were in Forest Grove Tuesday.
Attending the bridal shower o f Miss
Fred Paine received word last week
Roberta Anderson o f Sandy were Mrs.
that his father had died in Iowa. He
Chas. Updegrave, Leona and Rita,
had been ailing for several months.
Mrs. Guy Wicox, and Mrs. Joa Dt
Shazer. Miss Anderson was married
Mrs. Maude Forrester is still re
o Clifford Updegrave March 9 at Un ceiving medical treatment in Sa.e \
ion»« o f her parents Mr. and Mrs She is with her daughter Mrs. Ste.-
John Anderson o f Sandy.