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PEW CHANGES IN '
OVERLAND MODELS WITH SLIGHT CHANGES 1917 CARS ARE LARGER AND HOOMIEK % BRONSON SAYS. With the exception of such minor improvements as all automobile man- ufacturers strive to add to present models, there will be no changes in the 1917 Overlauds, according to W. E. Bronson of the Bronson & La Gue Auto company, local Overland rep resentatives, who with Mr. La Gue spent Tuesday in Seattle with repre sentatives of the Willys-Overland factory. "We will add to our present line an eight-cylinder Knight motored car for 1917," Mr. Bronson said. "For 1916 the Overland factory led the world In the production of me dium priced cars, and It will con tinue this program for 1917 while at the same time it will enter the high class field. "In 1916 one million cars of all makes were made, of which the Ford factory made half, and the Overland came second with 11% per cent of the total. Statistics indicate that the estimated production for 1917 is a million and a half cars and Over land expects to turn out 16 per cent of the total. "The Ford factory, which we also represent here, has not announced Its estimate and plans for 1917 yet, but it is generally understood that it will continue as in the past with a production of 50 per cent, which will mean 750,000 Fords for the 1917 season. "The Overland factory announces a price advance of S2O on its Model 75, which will be known as Model 758 and of slls on Model 83, which is now Model 85. Both models will carry the same motor, clutch and JULY CLEARANCE SALE A Reduction from a Standard Price Shoe Means a Saving to the Purchaser BLUE AND WHITE 50c CHILDREN'S BATHING SLIPPERS, plow in mt rogrcss blue and white 1 : U $2.00 WOMEN'S VARSITY BALS, Continues Until August Ist i| II IT RUBBER SOLES I,JBW MBwn ''VkS $2.00 WOMEN'S CANVAS RUBBER 1 JQ, BUY NOW! AND SAVE MONEY *1 mi -MA $1.25 WOMEN'S CANVAS TENNIS ffcfi LEATHERSOLES ' $1.19 i # HRW LENOX OXFORD, RUBBER SOLES $1.35 CHILDREN'S CANVAS PUMPS, QQ • .JWife' 75c WOMEN'S CANVAS RIVAL OX, *0 LEATHER SOLES , ***** WSM f PWPW RUBBER SOLES •€**» SU S™I^ NVASPUMPS ' *BS 1- ; S3OO ]>EGG#PUMPS. VASBUBBEESOLE I.®B * %ÜBBERI)OLES BALMORALS » »T5 $2.50 WOMEN'S ENGLISH LEISURE |CQ OA W BALS *•»» RUBBER SOLES : $1.75 WOMEN'S CANVAS PUMPS, V AQ SI.OO MEN'S CANVAS BALMORALS, ItQ «;/, JBI? -; w ® LEATHER SOLES RtJSSER SOLES. ••••••• ■•••••• •"•••• • ••• .. $5.00 WOMEN'S SUPREME PRAIRIE O|Q RUBBER SOLEI ' 1«10 ML* WHITE CALF PUMPS 0»IW $2.00 MEN'S CANVAS RECREATION ''l JQ I|> fcJl $3.50 WHITE BUCK PUMPS, 2*69 BALS., RUBBER SOLES M.4KF LEATHER SOLLS ~ $2.50 MEN'S CANVAS KLAY KORT BALS. 4 fgg* R'! : , l)M SO.OO WOMEN'S SHOES, AAA RUBBER SOLES l#Vir ■£* ' ALL STYLES $1.75 MEN'S CANVAS KLAY KORT OX, 1 i O $5.00 WOMEN'S SHOES, zi. A A RUBBER SOLES I#W ALL STYLES $2.50 MEN'S CANVAS VARSITY BALS., 1 ifO E - -n a RUBBER SOLES M.IW - iiMlai $4.50 WOMEN'S SHOES, 3.50 $2.50 MEN'S CANVAS OXFORDS, f Aft K * \» 'SM ALL RUBBER SOLES V; *W, >l;.* V'£» $4.00 WOMEN'S SHOES, OAA $5.00 rt MENjSTAN AND BLACK 4.00 ■Pjjw?''-' ALL STYLES $4.50 MEN'S TAN AND BLACK 3«&0 AND BLACK 3.00 IlOgftll Check the above items, then | SllOfi SllOl) come in and let us show you i! V Real Bargains rear system as in 1916, but both will have a larger wheel base and a room ier body." *❖****❖❖ * * ❖ ❖ * * * * ❖ DODGE CAHS IiEAD ❖ ❖ IX ARMY SERVICE v ❖ AIX)X(i THE BORDER, v v •!• v v '!■ •;* •;< The automobile is playing a big part in the handling of troops along the Mexican border and at 110 pre- vious mobilization in America's his tory lias the motor car been so im portant a factor, facilitating haste, not only along the border, but in all the states that mobilized. And if ac tual warfare develops, the automo bile will be in the midst of the fight ing. Months ago the Dodge Brothers car was selected by General Pershing as the official conveyance of himself and staff- Two hundred or more of these cars are being used by the troops and the Dodge has proved its reliability on the sandy roads of Mex ico until now it predominates in the army service. The agencies at El Paso and San Antonio have supplied most of the cars, and have received many testimonials of the excellent service they are giving. New Carload of For«ls. The Bronson & LaGue Auto com pany this week unloaded its ninth carload of Fords for the 1916 sea son, a grand total of 72 cars for the local territory. It announced the, sale of a Ford touring car Wednes day to Haeger Bros, of Delphi. The Rose-Nepple Auto company, local Dodge Brothers agent, reports the sale of a Dodge touring car to W. B. Bailey of the state forestry de partment. The city council this week passed an ordinance requiring that all pur chasers of alcohol for mechanical purposes must first obtain a permit from the chief of police. THE WASHINGTON STANDARD, FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1916 ADDITIONAL COUNTY NEWS Continued from Page Four, Mrs. H. G. Kempher, while Mr- and Mrs. Kempher were away on a fish ing trip. Grandma Post left for Alaska Thursday. Ola Turner expects to spend the summer at Puyallup working in the berry fields. Many of the farmers in this vicin ity were unfortunate in having their hay out in the rain the fore part of the week. Little May Gilman is staying at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Gilman. Mr. Milliron and son James are working at Enumclaw and Wilbur is in Montana. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Young visited at the home of Mrs. Martin Vogel Tues day. » • • * Strayed —Dark colored Jersey milch cow. Wore bell. Branded on right and left ear. Reward. Phone 26F3. 7-3-tf Councilman Joe Forstell was re elected president of the Olympla Trades Council Monday evening for the fourth time, C. A. Barnes being chosen vice president and Mrs. S. E. Kohler secretary. The executive com mittee comprises the officers above mentioned and two members-at-large, | Eva Kollman and Fred Sul'ivan. The ! new trustees are A 1 Gallo \ ay, Fred : Sullivan and Harry Ayers. Prigmore & Sears, the druggists, successors to the B. L. fill Drug company, are conducting a "Clean 'Em Out" sale at their store the lat ter part of this week, as announced in an advertisement in this issue, and are offering attractive bargains in order to dispose of the store's old stock and make room for the display of new lines of goods. I Best Tire Service!j I Means Firestone t|| jfk and It Means Us 1 VyM I -la It means thnt you get the benefit of expert tire i Must II building in the lirst place by equipping with £ S3U Tirestone Tires | It means the expert tire service, courteous and reliable wrarJll Remember that Firestone Tires are made byspecialists jjj| ' Firestone building methods and this immense volume, j* added to their economical distribution, enable them to p3sj And our shop backs up the Firestone Service. Call on us. m M Rose-Nepple Auto Co., Inc. 3 Mt one 610 I I»A(JE K1 \TK