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Lumber Company Moves
The Gordon-Wink Lumber Co.. |
which has been cutting: maple on
the Brown place near Alspaugh.
has moved its mill onto the C. C.
Saling property between Lower
Garfield and Estacada, where
they have purchased a fine stand i
Darn and Darn!
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A r m o u r Pl at e
George Townsend of Estacada,
who in now located at Bull Run,!
] this week purchased a Chevolet!
; car, through the Estacada agent, !
j Lee Bronson.
Roger Clark, the
I agent at Bull Run also purchased
a similar machine.
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Arm our Plate is
Carload A Week
Best by Test
Because it is
W E A V E , W E A R and W A S H
Knit to fit
Warranted to wear
A n d Cannot Lose Its Color
Buyer Lucke made his last hog
shipment from the E s t a c a d a
yards Wednesday, in conjunction
with W. Givens. Hereafter, ex
cept as he may occasionally visit
here, Mr. Lucke will turn over
all buying and shipping to Mr.
Givens, who expects to make an-
j other shipment of mixed live
stock next Wednesday.
New State Map
Buy Arm our Plate
E A S T C L A C K A M A S S U P P L Y CO.
“ Your Satisfaction Is Our Success’ ’
A* « m utter of ruit. not all caviar«
IT,is powerful car was originated by Mr. Chevrolet,
the great automobile racer. The amous motor was
acknowledged to be one of the very best to with
stand the hard usage on a race track where the
motor must be on the greatest possible strain for
hours at a time.
That it has demonstrated its
st rength has been proven many times in the last
The motor must test out 37 horse
power on the factory block before being passed.
The mileage on gaa i* 26 miles and the tire mileage is very low.
Price in Estacada — $675. — for 5 passenger
$625. for speedy and powerful roadster
Grafonola Contest Standing
Take a ride in one and be convinced
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: •■ouie* from the «ttirgeon. alnee. like !
other foods, it la woefully adulterated j
With the roe of Inferior Babes prepared
In similar fashion. True caviare, how
ever, is only the eggs o f the stur i
The Estacada Furniture Ccn pery
BE SETTLED AT ONCE
either in Cash or Negotiable Paper
L. M. Henthorn is retiring from
the business, which will here
after he conducted by W. D.
Henthorn and all settlements are
to be made with said W. 1).
Henthorn at the store.
The Estacada Furniture Company
Complete with Electric
Starter and Lights
$ 745 .
Demonstrations Gladly Given.
H. P. Jochimsen
Miss Roberta Reid of Garfield
spent a'week visiting friends at
Legal Notice of which appears
elsewhere in this paper
On Friday evening, April 7th,
| at the Christian Church, Evange
list G. E. Williams will deliver
his illustrated lecture on Ben-Hur 1
The proceeds will be used t o ,
defray the expenses of the reviv
al meetings now in progress.
Admission, adults 25c, child
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Dissolution of Partnership
The News office is in receipt of
[ a handsome six foot map of the
! State of Oregon, compliments of
State Forester, F. A. Elliott, un
der whose direction it was com
A few of these maps are
for sale at the Forester’s office
in Salem, at $5. each:
It is necessary that all accounts due
Sales in Sixth Dozen Lots
AND BE COMFORTABLE
Contest closes May 3rd.
Hass Tracy of Garfield is about
again, after having been confin
ed to his home, as the result of a
Miss Laura Cockerline of Viola
is rapidly recovering her health,
due to treatments she is receiv
ing in Portland. She would be
pleased to receive letters from
her friends, addressed to 922
Missouri Ave, care of Mrs. R.
The men of Viola are building
a new yard fence around the