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About Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928 | View Entire Issue (June 8, 1916)
O ffe r exceptional values in four and six cylinder cars
Dodge Bros. Motor Car
"IT SPKAKS FOR ITSELF"
The most powerful most sturdy
and most economical four cylin
der car o f moderate price.
E. Naylor purchased a new
United States s e p a r a t o r la«t
Mrs. L. A. Woodle and Mr. and
Mrs. D. M. Marshall visited at
Mrs. H ow lett’s last week.
The car that will be fnost pop
ular in six cylinder class because
it offers more real value than any
other six made.
Mr. and Mrs. W alter Douglass
made a trip to Dover last Friday.
T IM K E N axles, bearings, d if
ferential. Famous C 0 N T1N E N -
M OTOR and R A Y FI ELD C A R
35 Horse Power.
School closed in District No. 50
last Friday. Miss Edna Ken
nedy and pupils, accompanied by
Mrs. Rosa Baker, and Mrs. Fred
Hotfmeister went to Fern Camp
and spent a pleasant day, Miss
Kennedy going to Gresham that
From 1 to 60 miles on hijrh (rear.
$ 915 .
FOUR CYLINDER WONDER
With full equipment, this is
the most reasonable priced car
Thirty-seven Horse Power and
any speed you want.
$ 650 .
Any o f these cars w ill out demonstrate any cars near
Their specifications are superior to any car
within one-hundred dollars o f same price and that is
what makes a car.
BE SURE A N D IN V E S T IG A T E
THE S P E C I F I C A T I O N S .
Eliminate Carbon By Using
Petite Steam Carbon Remover and Power Producer
What it will do for your car
Carbon removed in fifteen minutes.
Gives from 10 to 30% more power.
Keeps spark plugs clean.
Car will run in high at a lower rate o f speed.
It makes your car run smoother.
Gives better compression.
Gives you a quicker pick-up.
W < do expert mechanical repairing on A N Y ’ machine made.
Free Air and W ater
"Pyrene” Fire Extinguishers
Knight and Blackstone Tires
S. P. Pesznecker
Mrs Mable Wooster
M E Church
Mrs D S Fleming
Mrs Theo Harders
Abbie W agner
M yrtle Looney
Mrs Della Vallen
G W Morgan
Mi's Guy Wilcox
S W Benjamin
E W Fieken
Mrs Chas Duncan
Mrs. W hite
Mrs R T Carter
A F Benson
jia y Woodle is at present work
ing over near Truutdale, helping
to build a barn.
Following is a list o f contest
ants and their respective stand
ing in the Thousand DollariMer-
chandise Prize Voting Contest,
as shown by the ju dges’ count,
ending Wednesday noon, June 7,
the prize being awarded to the
contestant, having received the
greatest num berof votes, during
the past week, being Mrs. D. S.
Fleming with 100,278 votes.
$ 880 .
Mrs. Wm Kuhraseh and son
Herbert o f Estacada, visited at
the home o f John Githens Sunday.
Eagle Creek Notes
Nothing lacking to make it as
good as money can.
Voting Contest Standing
Mrs. Hugh Kirchem and son o f
Logan are spending several days
at the home o f N. F. Heiple o f
H. Richards, a photographer
residing near Boring, was out
Wednesday, remaining over night
at the home o f R. B. Gibson, and
on Thursday taking a picture o f
Fred Hotfmeister went to Port
land Saturday to visit his father,
H. H. Hotfmeister. who is ill at
one o f the hospitals, following an
operation last week.
The 19th weekly prize,
Brass Finished Iron Bed will he
awarded the contestant receiving
the highest number o f votes,
during the week ending at noon
Mrs. Murphy was down help
ing Mr. Cahill and fam ily pack
strawberries for the market last
Mr. Beckett and daughter. Miss
Veroo Beckett, were visiting at
the farm Sunday.
George Goings On
A special program is being ar
ranged under the direction o f
the Misses Irene Paulsen and
Sarah Howard for Children's
Day at the George Presbyterian
The teachers who w ere engag
ed fo r next term were visiting
the school on Monday. W e did
not learn the names.
The school will give an enter
tainment in Wilburn’ s hall. Wed
nesday evening. June 21st to
which all are invited. An inter
esting play entitled “ Mr. Bob”
will be an attractive feature,
while various musical selections
and the graduating exercises will
undoubtedly make an enjoyable
evening. The graduates t h i s
year were Loretta Smith. Peter
Menane. Ethel Manger. Walter
Smith. Ella Lund and Elmer Judd.
Three o f the eighth grade pupils
were forced to discontinue during
the term from various causes.
Mqg. H. Paulsen o f Portland
spent last week at the home o f
her son. Julius Paulsen.
Mrs. Nick Scheel and children
o f Bissell are spending the Fes
tival week in Portland at the
home o f her daughter. Mrs.
Miss Marie Wiederhold o f Bis
sell is now taking the Washing
ton State nurses' examinations
Hog Shipment Wednesday Next
Buyer Givens o f Estacada an
nounces that he will make a car
load shipment o f hogs and other
livestock from the Estacada yards
on Wednesday b u t owing to
shortage o f stock, postponed it
until next week.
Col. and Mrs. J. C. Kilgore o f
Springwater. returned early this
week from an extended eastern
, trip, during which time they at
tended the Crane Company re
union in Chicago.