Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916, March 12, 1914, Image 4

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    V. .
O f the balance of the Elliott Bros.’
stock of the Oregon City store
Start in Estacada, Oregon,
Entire Stock Will be Sold at whatever it will bring in the next few days
Watch for the b ig circu lars a n d look fo r the sign o v e r the door before you enter that marks the place of the b ig fire safe,
and the greatest bargain feast ever offered to the public.
The balance of this stock mast b : sold in th? n±xt few days.
corner from the post office,
Don’t
be misled by the so-called
or
attempted sales, for this is the greatest bargain feast
ever offered to the people of Estacada and vicinity. Just around the
opposite across the street from the Estacada State Bank.
REM EM BER T H E D A TE AN D P L A C E
ELLIOTT BROS
everybody’ s business is nobody's
business. So if you want a Can­
Land Office at Portland, O nr non, Ft b - 1 —
nery and you certainly need one,
{very Ihursdav Morning at
hiary 20, 1914.
and
if you desire to make yourself,
NOTICE ir hereby given that Claude
1ST AC ADA. ORI GOA
I
V. Chapman, of Roane, Oregon, who,
town and community more pros­
On March 30, 1010, made Homestead NINA B. ECKER, Editor and Manager perous then at the present time,
Entry, No. 02517, for NqSBq, NW*-
SEqSE*. NqgW qSB« and NE..-SW*. inter*d at the poatofflce In Estacada. Oregon aa you will step up lively, hunt the
second class mall
Section 12, Township 3 South, Range
subscription paper and sign your
V Eaat. Willamette Meridian, hat filed
notice of intention to make final Five One year..... SU B SCR IPTIO N RA T ES . SI 00 name promiscuously with a $25,
Year Proof, to establish claim to the j Six month*..
Make the
50 $50 or $100 after it.
land ahovr described, before the Regis­
dollar
sign
and
figures
more
promi­
ter and Receiver, U. S. Land Office, at
Thursday, March 12,1914
nent than your na:ne for Right
Portland, Oregon, on the 6 th day of ;
April,^914.
Now Money Talks!
Notice for Publication
D.-partm jnt of the Interior, U. P,
ESTACADA
PROGRESS
( I ncorporated )
ESTACADA
M
some real bargains in GOOD
GOODS, guaranteed to be such,
and being home merchants, depend­
ent on your patronage and good
will in the future, they will not
knowingly permit you to be “ stung”
on a single article.
STANDARD TIME ~
1873
Diffe re n t N o w F ro m
, W h i n T h o ra
W e re S e v e n t y - o n * D iviaio na,
side or the other, of its own special
meridian. The map is plotted off
into distinctive colors by these zig­
zag lines, and any particular divi­
sion is known as red, blue, green
or yellow, according to whether it
is intercolonial, eastern, central,
mountain or Pacific time. The
eastern colonies of Canada recently
adopted eastern time, thereby cut­
ting the standard divisions down to
four.
Mean local time of course does
not correspond to standard time
except on the meridians themselves.
Thus Savannah is thirty-six min­
utes behind the sun, while Detroit
is thirty-two minutes ahead of it.—
Philadelphia Press.
GARFIELD
Prune orchards are being planted
this spring by Harry Stokes, a tract
of 7 acres; Sam Dunlop, 10 acres;
Dr. Hewitt, 10 acres.
A good crowd, considering the
fine weather for spraying and seed­
ing. turned out for the annual
pruning demonstration on the W.
R. Reid orchard last Saturday after­
noon.
Walter Lemon is back for a visit,
from Eugene, Ore.
Miss Roberta Reid and a party of
Portland friends spent the week end
at the W. R. Reid ranch.
lime those who have been bringing
their luncheons have complained
that either mother forgot to put in
everything she said she would, or
elae someone got hungry along in
the forenoon and helped themselves.
The latter proved to be correct be­
cause one wonld not have to look
long to find someone m the grades
who would soy he did not like ba­
nanas, especially when they had
either visited a drug store or chem­
istry labratory. Hence, the cup­
board with a padlock.
Years ago, instead of four or five
standards of railroad time, there
were seventy-one! That was in
A spelling match, hi which ten
1873. In 1883 they hud cut out
Claimant names as witnesses ; C. W.
some deadwood, as various railroads
schools of Supervisor James' district
Miller, of Rowe, Oregon, W J. Fau- SO THE PEOPlt MAY KNOW
hud begun to consolidate. At that
bion, of BrightWuud, Oregon, Glen Me- | Men and Women of East Clack -1
will be represented, will beheld in
enlightened period there were still
NOTICE
fntyre, of Brightwood, Oregon, William amas County: The Cannery is OUR HOME WOMEN
Is Estacada a dry town ? If so, the Estacada High school assembly
remaining fifty-three different
Welch, of Welches, Oregon.
where do the men found intoxicated on March 27th.
HAVE BEAUTIFUL HAIR standard times. In railroad cen­ To the People of Estacada and in
H. F. Higby, Register, j knocking at your door. Are you
Estacada and the adjacent coun­
Clackamas
County:
On
or
about
j
Next time you go to the theater or to tha ters, where the competing roads
Several loads of sawdust were
L ast pub. 3-26.
going to open up and let it in? If "movies" just notice, if you please, how
the 20th. day of March 1914, I will try get the booze ? Someone please hauled on the Athletic field last
didn’t
like
one
another
and
refused
many
of
our
home
ladies
have
beautiful
1 you open tlie door and invite it in, hair—flossy, lustrous, and well-dressed. to unionize in depots, it was not an have my office in Sandy, Oregon. reply.
Administratrix’ Notice
Monday. It will be met! in put­
if you will pick out five or ten of uncommon thing to find one end of Any one wishing to have their ac­ The Garfield Dorcaa Society will ting
Notice i* Iivrely given that the under- you must open your pockelbook Then,
the field into shape for track
those
whose
hair
seems
to
be
particularly
feigned has been appointed by the also. Otherwise it will not Mop. pretty and will ask them what they use on town setting its watches so ninny counts settled or any person claim­ hold an all day session at the home practice.
minutes
ahead
or
so
many
minutes
County Couit of Chtekamaa County, Right Now Money Talks! You it, we feel sure that at least more than half
ing something against me will be of Mrs. Sheares, Thursday. March
of them will say "Harmony Hair Beauti« behind the other end of town. The invited
The Basketball season is over-
state of Oregon, aa Administratrix of
to present their claim in 19. The captains of the two sides,
fier."
It
is
fast
becoming
the
rage
with
both
the estate of John A. Linn, deceased, cannot bring more prosperous men and women who arc particular about lot of the traveler was hard because
E. H. first team was defeated in
trunk line service was not develop­ court or personally to myself.
contesting for increased member­
fend that all persona having claims times to yourself and neighbors, the appearance of their hair.
the following games:
Portland
Yours respectfully,
Sprinkle a little Harmony Hair Beauti- ed then as now, and it frequently
ship will make their report. A
fegainst said estate must present them,
Academy. Forest Grove twice, Y .
carried
one
into
the
realms
of
high­
ficr
on
your
hair
each
time
before
brushing
jou
cannot
increase
the
valuation
properly verified, to the administratrix
John Steiner, M. D.
cordial invitation is extended to all
Contains no oil; will not change color er mathematics to connect between
M. C. A . Hustlers, Springwater,
• t the office of C. D. and D. C. Latour- of your land, business or other it of hair,
nor
darken
gray
hair.
new members to attend.
Commercial
Chib and Parkplace.
ette in Oregon City, Oregon, within property, you cannot improve the To keep hair and scalp dandruff-free and trains of different systems. The
M . E. C hurch N ew s
clean, use Harmony Shampoo. This purt confusion at length ltecante so had
six months from the date of this notice.
They woo from the Alumni Fac­
School Items
shampoo gives an instantaneous rid" with the (xtension and ramifica­ Rev. Wm. Parks and wife, who
condition of the community, unless liquid
Gated January 31st t914.
ulty, Parkplace and Gresham.
lather that immediately penetrates toevery tion of railroads that the officials are to commence special meetings
By
Our
High School Reporter
JENNIK KR1EGER
you open tour pockelbook. Right part of hair and scalp, insuring a quick, thor­ got together and began holding
Coach Gnthrie entertained the
ough cleansing. Washed off just as quickly,
Administratrix of the estate of
in the Methodist church March »9,
The regular monthly meeting of
Now Money Talks! Men may the entire operation takes only a few mo- j “time conventions” in an effort to are good singers. Everybody is
basketball boys to a “ feed” last
John A. Linn, deceased.
the Student Body will be held to­
ments. Contains nothing that can harm the lighten the burden of the clock.
First pub. 2 1J 14 . Last pub. 3-t2 14 plan, committees may report the hair;
Tuesday night. It was served by
leaves no harshness or stickiness—just After meetings in St. Louis and welcome to attend.
morrow afternoon.
a
sweet
cleanliness.
^
»
tbe ladies of the M. E. cborch at
success of other like institutions,
Preaching
service
in
the
Metho­
Both preparations come in odd-shaped,' New York in 1883 the railroads of
The members in the high school the borne of Wm. Dale. After
Notice for Publication
speakers may address you aud say very ornamental bottles, with sprinkler this country and Canada drew five dist church. Sunday morning, Mar. play are practicing faithfully and it
tops. Harmony Hair Bcautifier, $1 00 lines through the continental map 15 at it a. m.
Department of the Interior, U. S.
everyone bad done justice to every­
Shampoo, 50c. Both guaranteed along the meridians fifteen degrees
promises to be a great success when thing act before him, with the ex­
Land Office at Portland, Oregon, it is well, and you may gather on Harmony
to
satisfy
you
in
every
way.
or
your
money
You
are
invited
to
be
present.
February 7 , 1914.
it is given, which will be either the
the street corners or cross roads back. Sold only at the more than 7,000 apart, beginning at sixty degrees
C. B. Rees, Pastor. last of this month or the first of ception of the track boys to the
NOTICE ta hereby given that Ora G. and declare it a good thing, yet to kexall Store*, and in this town only by u* west of Grccntvich, England. The
cake, each -one was called upon for
McIntyre, of Brightwood, Oregon, who.
Estacada Pharmacy, Estacada, Oregon. meridians were to drop an hour each
Jas. Gibson of Barton, an old April.
on January 26 . 1909, made Homestead get the Cannery and thus lie able
step west. Thus when it was noon pioneer cf ’ 67, was an Estacada The Sophomore boys 'are going a toast. Mr. Ford acting as toast­
Entry, No. O 948 , for Northeast quarter, I enjoy the fruits of its benefit,
master. Our coach responded to A
on
the sixtieth meridian it was 11
Cary’s Mercantile
(section ‘¿4, Township 2 South, Range 6 j
visitor Saturday and favored this to lock horns with the Freshman Telegram, relative to next year's
o’clock
in
the
morning
of
the
sev­
East, Willamette Meridian, has filed you must open your pockelbook.
Will Hold Big Sale enty-fifth, and so on.
office with a call. Mr. Gibson is boys, and there will also be a girls' basketball team, in which be made
notice of intention to make Final Five Right Now Money Talks! And
There
were
drawbacks to this 88 years old and the Progress hopes game, Pinks vs. Blues, in the very some excellent prophecys. After
Commencing
the
first
of
next
year Proof, to establish claim to the don't think for a single minute that
plan, however. It would not he
future. This is not given bv the speech making the election of
week, Cary's Mercantile Co. will
land above deaeri bed, before the Regis­
possible for railroads to use an to have him for its valued subscrib­ near
the Student Body but is being man­ next year’s captain took place, only
ter and Receiver, U. S Land Office, at the other fellow will surely open start their big sale. By combining imaginary line, so it was decided er for many more years to come.
Portland, Oregon, on the 24 th day of his pockettook and thus it will not th-ir two stores they find them­ to make the ihange in the hour at
aged by the two classes, but if any those playing with the first team
March, 1914. Claimant names as wit­
The Invincibles, a class of young money is made over expenses they being allowed to rote. After much
the
principal
stations
nearest
to
selves
not
only
overstocked,
but
in
nesses: Fred Re. hill Chss. A. King, be necessary for you to do so.
this imaginary line. Detroit, Wheel­ ladies of the M. E. Sunday school, are going to turn it into the Student electioneering, bribery and corrupt
Jim. T. Xlrlntyre Ml ot Brightwood, If he does, your help is needed just urgent need ot several thousand ing, Pittsburgh, Parkersburg, Va., taught bv Mrs. T. J. Reagan, en­
Body treasury.
dollirs
in
cash.
The
McMinnville
voting by tbe rival candidates it
Oregon, R. C. Murray, of Cheeryville. the same, and he may fool you.
anti Augusta, Ga., though not situ­
Mock is a good one aud could have ated on an air line, are points of tertained the Crusaders, the voneg
Oregfefe.
"N o more humdingers." Those was announced that Leroy Card
He may thiuk as you think and been sold in McMinnville, had they
H F Higby,
I «'tween eastern and central men's class taught by Mr. Guthrie, were the fatal words uttered by had been duty elected captain of
Register. then no Cannery will be built located there permanently, which change
time. Frequently in the west the at the home of Mrs. Reagan last Coach Ford to the track boys when tbe 1914-15 basketball team. Those
First pub. #4*14. Last pot» 3 12-14.
Friday evening.
Various games thev iw m W fd lust Wondjv to hear present were F. B. Gnthrie, B. F.
Right Now Money Talks! Then they decided uot to do and there­ change is made at tho end of long
divisions.
«ere
plav<d
<tnd
I'.mcheot was what the training rules would !>e Ford, Kenneth Bartlett, Captain
another thing; Nobody is going to fore has uot been brought to Esta­
It is interesting to follow the
cada because it could uot be sold tu standard tune lino on a map. One s . served. AH report an especially for this .season. Active track prac­ Graham, Albert Sbankland, Hur­
call around and beg aud coax you
a larger town than Estacada, with first impression is of amazement at good time.
tice started the first uf the week and ley Fellows, Robert Mortou, Cap­
Tho you could well afford to pay the idea that yon might not be as the zigzag line that jumps hither
tain elect Gard, Chester Womer,
A regular
communication of we all look for a good team.
somebody five hundred dollars to good judges of values as the buyers and yon and not infrequently Mountain Chapter, No. ro8, O. E.
A cupboard for keeping Innch is McColly Dale, Leo Havens, Paul
do this very thing if it assured in a litrge town. So the people of even turns hack on itself, though S ., will be held Tuesday evening, one of the improvements added to Frazier, Clyde Denny and W ill
all the time fallowing its general di­
success, you haven t done so, and this community ate going to get rection north aud .south, on one March 17. By order of the W. M our school last week.» For some Bartelmy.
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