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About Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928 | View Entire Issue (May 11, 1916)
Property Owners Petition Council
To Leave Orders Now For The
Summer Suit of Clothes
is the time to Order.
The suit will be here
on time for the warm
is the time to select
a Pattern. The best
numbers are still in
A full line
o f samples.
is the time to buy a
suit at the old price.
Woolens are steadily
To Fit Perfectly
To Be A ll Wool
R o y a l T a il o r s
C H IC A G O
N EW YORK
To Satisfy the Buyer
T H A O * M AN K M C I I T I R I O
$16, 17, 20, 2 5 and $30.
E A S T CLACKAM AS SU PPLY CO.
‘ ‘Your Satisfaction Is Our Success”
Jack Greenwood of Bull
Run has purchased a five
passenger Chevrolet. After
seeing the hill climbing
power of the Chevrolet cars
owned in Bull Run, he de
cided to buy one.
A. S. Wells has purchased
a Chevrolet, five passenger.
Mr. Wells formerly drove a
Studebaker car which he
has just sold.
Taxpayers Meeting 22nd
The regular meeting of the
Eastern Clackamas Taxpayers’
League will occur Monday after
noon, May 22nd. at the Spring-
water Grange Hall.
Efforts are being made to have
a number of interesting speakers
ion the program, including the
present District Attorney, Gil
bert C. Hedges, of Oregon City
Everyone is invited to this
meeting and with this central lo
cation on good auto roads, a big
+ crowd should be present.
At the Estacada Family Theatre
next Saturday evening, will be
show n a 2 reel Thannhouser fea
ture, entitled “ The Dead Man’s
Keys” and two comedies entitled
♦ "Spring Onions” and "It Was
+ Like This.”
Richard Harding Davis’ story
"The Galloper” will be presented
♦ Wednesday evening. May 17th.
This is an excellent Gold Rooster
five reel photo-play.
+ Speediest, most powerful
car made under $800.
One o f the largest fact
ories in the world backs
On the market three years.
+ T r a i n l o a d of s i x t e e n
+ freight carloads of Chev-
rolets will arrive in Port-
land this week—and still
+ orders are unfilled.
* $25.00 Free repair coupon
I took with every car, good
+ for work ANYPLACE.
Mr. Noel Sarverof Currinsville
* The best value for the * has recently been appointed Dis
* money ever offered.
* trict Manager of Clackamas Coun
ty. for the West-Coast-San Fran
* Complete with self-start-
Life Insurance Co.
* er. electric lights, etc.
Mr. and Mrs. Nun o f Portland
Price in Estacada — $650. have this week occupied their
summer home in Garfield, over
s f . e Lee Bronson
looking Eagle and Delf Creeks.
What Article Of
At the regular Estacada City
Council Meeting, held at the City
Hall Tuesday evening, a petition,
signed by the majority of the
property owners on Broadway,
between 2nd and 3rd Sts., was
presented. This petition asked
the council to immediately ar
range for the early paving of
Broadway adjoining their proper
ties, the pavement to be of hard
surfaced combination crushed
rock, boulder and cement and
not less than seven inches thick.
The council is now arranging
to have the work go forward,
under the provisions of the Ban
croft Bonding Act.
Prior to laying this hard-sur
faced pavement, it was decided
to replace the old wooden lateral !
water-main nowr running down:
Broadway, between 2nd and 3rd (
Sts. with a four inch steel main. I
The proposition of the city pur
chasing the automobile fire ap
paratus, as presented by a sales
man representing the Hallock
Chemical Truck, was postponed,
awaiting the decision of the Es
tacada Volunteer Fire Depart
ment. which organization must
first be considered. If the fire
men wish to purchase the appar-
tus and are willing to spend part
o f their money for same, the city
will consider aiding them finan
arc you in the market for?
If we haven’ t it in stock, allow us
to give you a letter to Hey wood Bros.
& Wakefield Co. of Portland, who
maintain the largest furniture display
in the city.
There you may select
any article you desire and chaige
same to your account with us.
We have similar arrangements for
the purchasing of Carpets, Dishes,
Chinaware, etc. You make your se
lections at the Portland showrooms
and pay for it the same as you would
here at home.
We have a big assortment of
Wall Papers, but if we can’t suit
you here, our Portland connections
can, on the same plan as above.
The Estacada Furniture Company
E. H. S. E C H O E S
R e p o r te r
THE JUNIORS ENTERTAIN
The class of 1917 in accordance
with old customs entertained the
Senior class Friday evening May
Instead of a common-place j
affair, the Juniors lent novelty!
to the entertainment by treating
the upper class to a barbecue, at
a minature “ Log La Barre” on
the south side of the river.
The way was steep and rugged,
for after meeting at the Estaca
da garage, the classes were led
to the river, taken across in row
boats and informed that the ob
jective was "over the hill and in
the woods” .
After a feast of barbecued pig
and baked beans, which even the
lower class men present enjoyed,
the evening was spent in games
The mud encountered on the
way home w a s forgotten in
thoughts of the enjoyable time.
The program given Monday,
May 8th was well attended; many j
prospective Freshmen were pres
ent and we hope to see them with
us at the opening of school next
Friday, May 12th is Junior Í
Class Day. Everyone is invited j
to the program, which begins at !
2 F. M.
A Parent-Teachers' meeting,
held Thursday, May 11th, will be j
in charge of Miss Schrepel.
The High School w as well rep- j
resented on Clean-Up-Day, at the |
table as well us on the work.
C. G. Cathcart of the engineer
ing department of the P. R. L.
& P. Co., was as Estacada visit
ón Wednesday, inspecting the
park property, which is being [
considered for tennis courts.
Complete with Electric
Starter and Lights
$ 745 .
Demonstrations Gladly Given.
H. P. Jochimsen
Made by Knight Tire Co.
30 x 314 Ford Size
1 2 .
Cascade Garage - Estacada. Or.