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About Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928 | View Entire Issue (June 15, 1916)
Have You Heard The Whistle?
Cars at Prices to
afford to pay down on the ¡purchase o f a
real high class automobile?
For the next GO days, we are offering any of the following
high class cars on easv
Advise us which car you are interested in and we will have
no trouble arranging the payments to suit your pocketbook.
Two passenger. 4 cylinder
$ 4 5 0 . with easy terms
Five passenger, 4 cylinder
C h 6 V T 0 I 6 t
Dodge Bros. Motor Car
$ 8 8 0 . with easy terms
price here i
$ 6 5 0 . with easy terms
Five passenger. 4 cylinder
Si x C y l i n d e r
$ 9 1 5 . with easy terms
All Cars Fully Equipped
Any of these cars will out demonstrate any cars near
Their specifications are superior to any car
within one-hundred dollars of same price and that is
what makes a car.
BE SU R E A N D IN V E ST IG A T E
THE S P E C I F I C A T I O N S .
Eliminate Carbon By Using
The Estacada Cannery is now I
in operation, with the whistle]
tooting three times per day, re-1
minding Estacada that it has an |
industry, with more to follow.
Even moie welcome than th e 1
toot of the whistle, was the re
ceipt this week by manager D em -1
ing of several big fat orders for
canned goods, amounting to over,
$1100.00 worth, one order alone
catling for nearly a half carload i
for a branch of the National B is-!
cuit Company. More orders are
in sight and if all goes per sched-
ule, the Estacada Cannery should
prove a success.
. » h . t a n e o f Mr. and
' Mrs. J. P. Woodle o f Estacada.
! when their daughter. Myrtle be-
Carbon removed in fifteen minutes.
icamfc the wife of Dr. Harry Mor-
Gives from 10 to 30".. more power.
Keeps spark plugs cleat).
| gan, son of Mr. and Mrs. U. S.
Car will run in high at a lower rate o f speed.
Morgan, of Estacada.
It makes your car run smoother.
Gives better compression.
The ceremony was performed
Gives you a quicker pick-up.
i by Mr. Walter Givens in the pres
ence of the immediate families
W e oo expert mechanical repairing on A N Y machine made.
and relatives of the bride and
Gasoline, Oils, Tires, Accessories
A fter a short wedding trip, the
Free Air and Water
couple will reside in Portland,!
where Dr. Morgan will practise
T r y our own combination Transmission Grease
RS A i
Touring Car $493.25
Roadster or Runabout
O a k la n d
P a s s e n g e r
All Cars F. O. B.
Expert Mechanical Force Always On Hand
Votes Given On All Cash Purchases
‘Pyrene” Fire Extinguishers
Knight and Blackstone Tires
CAS C AD E
*? ó rd
|l l l | ( S i M
Wool Buyers Back Down
An aggregation o f indignant .
] farmers were gathered in Esta
cada Tuesday, having come to
town early that day to sell their
¡ wool to several buyers, who had
i agreed to bid in all wool offered,
with 35c per pound as a starting
For some reason or other, the,
[ buyers did not live up to their a- ¡
j greement. refusing to pay over
Most o f the growers took
! their w ool back home, while a few-
accepted the price offered.
These same buyers are sched
uled to bid in wool at Eagle Creek
jin a few days, and as cards have
I already been received by some of
¡ the farmers, stating that 35c
i would be bottom price, many ¡
] growers are watching the out-
¡ come at that point.
Petite Steam Carbon Remover and Power Producer
W hat it
Suit Your Pocket Book
G A R A G E
Novel Program Pleases
A quiet family wedding was
The Children's Day exercises
performed Sunday morning. June held at the Springw ater Church
11th at the Oregon City German last Sunday were greatly enjoy
Lutheran Church. Rev. Krax- ed. The program was one of
herger officiating, the partici the most novel features that has
pants l>eing Miss Ella Bittner, been given in that community
daughter of Chris Bittner of El- for several years, with morning
wood and Frank Rotter, son of and afternoon services well at
Frank Rotter, Sr. of Oregon City. tended. with the splendid dinner
The bride was attended by Miss on the lawn as an added attrac
Augusta Hopp. with Noah Mar- tion .
tell as best man.
j The program was in charge of
A wedding dim er was enjoyed the Misses ElvaShibley. Florence
at the Bittner home, following Schenk and Pearl Tucker, assist-
ith the newly - 1 *d | bv Supt. Will Bard, and
weds leaving li er for a short among the novel attractions,
feat i red little boys
and „ girls
honeymoon at Sej ide.
ter will make ^^u^yied a.n4 m®de up to repre-
Mr. and Mrs.
their home at Or» in City, where sent the missionary interests of
the groom hasj position with the church in the various foreign
H ogg Bros.
Hogs Shipped Wednesday
I »espite a decided drop in the
hog market. Buyer Givens o f Es-
1 tacada shipped two carloads of
hogs and cattle from the Estaca
da yards last Wednesday, paying
:$7.50 f. o. b. tops for hogs. While
this drop in the hog market is felt
by raisers who profited by the re-
i cent high pork market, it leaves
a fair margin o f profit to the
Nellie Vall»-n. who has taught
school at Pullman. Wash, for the
past three years, has returned
home for the vacation.
Matt Park and Matt Dibble,
having traded their 40 acre farm,
are leaving for Walton, Oregon,
where they will make their fu
ture home. The former and fam
ily have already gone and the Dib
bles expect to leave this week.
list of the _____
of the Viola people who last week
attended the Rose Festival, would
be to reproduce the telephone
C om plete w ith E lectric
Started and L ig h ts
$ 745 .
Demonstrations Gladly Given.
h . P. Jochimsen
4 t h of J u l y
Stock H ere
Votes Also Given On
Lunches - Confectionery
Drinks - Tobaccos • Fruits
R. G. M archbank's Store