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About Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928 | View Entire Issue (May 11, 1916)
Make Your FORD Look Like A LOZIER
by replacing the front with a
New Stream Line Hood
Costs $18. and placed on your car while you wait.
Navajo Woolen Auto Robes
C o u p e le t
We have just laid in a stock of handsome,
warm, soft Woolen Robes, the product of
the O r e g o n Ci t y Woolen 'Mills.
P R I C E S $ 5 . to $ 7 . 5 0
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Town Car $640.
F. O. B.
$300. Worth of New Tires
Expert Mechanical Force Always On The Job.
PU RC H AS E S
B artholom ew , L td.
Mrs. Wright Motors To Nevada
Despite the fears of some of
friends and after receiving
a bountiful supply of advice and
I admonition from the local auto-
ists, Mrs. Irwin D. Wright of
Accomodation For Visitors
Estacada left Friday night for an
| auto trip to the ranch of her par
While I am buying the balance of my stock
ents, near Winnemucca, Nevada.
advise me of any special cattle, swine or
Mr. and Mrs. Wright and their
poultry food, vov may want me to handle.
bull dog “ Hiram” motored to
Portland in their new “Chalmers
640“ Friday afternoon, and as
the Columbia Highway was block
business, in my big building, formerly occupied
aded by slides, were forced to
ship the car and make the trip
by the W. A. Jones Livery Barn.
to The Dalles by boat.
Mr. Wright accompanied his
I will handle a complete line of supplies, ordinarily
wife as far as Bend, where he
lefv her to continue the journey
handled in such a business, and also
alone Monday, he returning to
Estacada by train. A telegram
received here Tuesday from Mrs.
KRIEGER’S LUMBER and SHINGLES
Wright reported h e r having
reached Burns, a distance of 170
miles, Monday night, after eight
She made the trip from Burns
over the Nevada line, arriving at
Firemen to Handle July 4th the home ranch Tuesday evening.
Mr. Wright reports experienc
ing no bad roads as far as he trav
Arrangements are already un elled, as no rain and but little
way for a big, old fashioned snow has been current in that part
Lunches - Confectionery
4th of July Celebration in Esta of the state since February. As
Drinks * Tobaccos - Fruits
cada, this summer, with the af to motor troubles, they were a
fair handled under the auspices minus quantity, with the car cov
International Tailored Suits
and direction of the Estacada ering from 20 to 30 miles per
Volunteer Fire Dept. Full an hour on the average.
nouncements, programs etc, will
Mrs. Wright w i l l probably
R . G. M a r c h b a n k 's S to r e appear later.
make her parents an extended
STA LL ROOM
FLOUR, FEED, LUMBER and SHINGLE
Votes Given On • •
visit, returning by auto in the
course of a month or so.
Inasmuch as Mrs. Wright has
only operated a car for a month
or so, her making this trip alone,
demanded no small amount of
nerve and confidence.
D orcas M eeting
The Garfield Dorcas Society
will meet for an all day session
at the home of Mrs. H. G. Trow
bridge of Estacada, on Thursday,
It is suggested that the ladies
bring remnants of gingham and
other wash goods that can be
used in the making of articles for
the coming sale.
Walter Whitcomb and wife of
Portland, spent Sunday at the A.
O. Whitcomb ranch in Garfield.
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Republican Candidate Fur
+ Stands for the improvement
and development of
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