Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916, March 19, 1914, Image 1

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    O re*on His. Society,
307 Second St
NO. 36
All the News
All the Time
VOL. 6
Only Paper in
East Clackamas
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It is only good b u sin ess th a t w e red u ce o u r stock.
Wc are Unpacking Our Big McMinnville Stock. $17,000. in Dry Goods, Notions, Underwear, Hose,
S H O E S , ETC.
CH 23rd
Our Big Sale Starts
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T H E G R E A T E S T S E L L IN G E V E N T K N O W N T O E A S T C L A C K A M A S C O U N T Y .
All iTien’s D re ss and
Nose reduced. All
A ll m e n ’s, ladies’i A ll C hinaw are and
Hundreds of D re ss
All Men’s Ladies’ and
* cs . ant^ an<^ ch ild ren ’s Shoes G lassw are a t cost and
Underwear Patterns, underpriced. W ork Shirts reduced, children . s ^ Hose
at re-
below cost. We will close out this
a n d Oxfords red u ced department.
Big bargains to be had.
duced prices.
Men’s Suits
Kid Gloves Reduced
W e have both Perrin’s and Simmon’s
W e have a small stock of men’s suits,
make. The colors are black, white, tan,
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gray, champagne ahd taupe. Big bargains Pants. etc., but you will find every article a
to be had in kid gloves.
big saving in price, as these are to be
One lot kid gloves, regular $1.50, now closed out.
C o m e M o n d ay Save M oney on Groceries All Jewelry at Cost
a tte n d o u r $ll.50 worth of groceries for $10.00 and below cost. W e have no jewelryman
O n e rn n p *
Every article in this assortment guaran- at present and are anxious to close out this
teed’ 0r money refunded. These assort- department. We have many nice things in
this department and can save you money.
merits will not last long.
Estada. Oregon I
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Local New s
Going to Paint Any This Spring?
Let us figure on your paint bills.
W e have just received a nice line of the
celebrated Sherwin-Williams Paints, Oils and Varnishes and can sell you
Mrs, J. W. Rted is in Portland
Mrs. Ftcd Jorg was a Portland
visitor Saturday.
R, G, Marchbank was a Portland
visitor yesterday.
Yes, commencing at ten
W. S. Pyle was a business visitor
next Saturday morning,
in Portland Monday,
J. W. Stokes was in Kstacada March 21, the Third Booster
from Portland Monday.
Meeting will be called to order
paint from $1.00 a gallon up.
We are headquarters for Fishing Tackle, Garden Tools,
Everything in Hardware, Harness and Implements
Bert H. Finch,
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Estacada, Ore.
Mrs. W. J. Kmett has been quite and before it adjourns it will be
sick for the past few days.
known whether this community
“ Brother Josiah" at Boner’s will go forward or stand still;
Theatre Friday evening, March 27.
whether it will invite prosperity
J. W. Reed is making some im-
provemeats to the Home restaurant in or let the present unsatis­
factory condition prevail.
Mrs. W. A. Heylman went to
As should every fruit raiser
Portland Tuesday to attend a cat and gardener attend, so should
club meeting.
every business man in Estacada
Rev. Ford of Oregon City visited
at the home of his son, B. F. Ford be present. The farmers arc
Monday night.
anxious to ascertain how busi­
We handle only the best of meats
Lard, Bacon, Sour Kraut, Pickles.
A complete line oi fresh and salt meats.
Fresh vegetables in their season.
Fresh Eggs and Butter.
FRED JORG, Proprietor
THIS STOMACH REMEDY ~ Roy Gilbert of Portland was in
Kstacada Saturday aud Sunday
Almost every day some grateful person
comes into our store and tells us of bene­
fits received from the use of Rcxall Dys­
pepsia Tablets. Knowing how much good
they have done others and knowing what
they are made of, we feel sure they will 1 d p
you. So great is our faith in them that we
urge you to try them entirely a t our risk,
with our personal promise th a t if they
don’t do all you expect them to do and
make your stomach comfortable and
healthy and your digestion easy, we’ll hand
back your money.
We couldn't endorse anything any more
strongly than we do Rcxall Dyspepsia
Tablets. Containing Pepsin and Bismuth
two of the greatest digestive aids known to
medical science, they soothe the stomach,
check heartburn and distress, promote a
natural flow of the gastric juice, and help
regulate the bowels. Remember, if they
don’t make your digestion so easy and com­
fortable th at you can eat whatever you
like whenever you like, we wont you to
come back and tell us and get your money.
Sold only a t the more than 7,000 R xall
Stores, and in this town only at our store.
Three sizes, 26 c, 50 c and (1 00.
but not to your horses. Give
them some of ours for a change
and see how they will eat it
much more greedily than they
have been attacking their old
fodder. Good feed means good
E .ta c a d . P harm acy, K stacada, O regon.
feeding and aa a horse owner
you know that meaus belter
John Brown, the insurance man
horses in every respect.
from Gresham, was in Itstacada
and vicinity Friday adjusting the
loss sustained by the fire at J. W.
Hughes' residence.
Estacada Lumber and Produce Co.
ness houses they are patroniz­
ing line up.
A strong pull, a united pull,
Miss Sadie Ingram returned Sun­
day evening from an extended visit at Saturday’s meeting and the
at Hillsboro, Ore.
Cannery will be a reality.
Mrs. Walter Paulson was here
from Portland Saturday night and
Sunday visiting home folks,
Mrs. D. S. Fleming and chi’dren
visited relatives at Hillsboro, Ore­
gon, the latter part of last week.
R. W. Cary made a business trip
to Gresham yesterday and started
a new style of not wearing a hat.
The meetings being held by Kl-
der O. M. Shippy each evening are
well attended, and considerable in­
terest shown.
City Council Meet
At a meeting of the City Council
Tuesday night, J. V. Barr was ap­
pointed to take the place of W. K
Straight as councilman of the 5th
ward. Mr. Straight having removed
from Kstacada. Mrs. W. F. Cary,
in behalf of the Civic Improvement
Club, attended the meeting and
presented the two suggestions be­
fore the cottncilmen. for an ordi
nance prohibiting expectorating oti
the sidewalks and the placing of
hitching posts off of Main street.
A new crossing was ordered put
down from the City Hall to the
sidewalk south, and other new
walks built.
Two candidates were taken
through the various degrees at a
regular meeting of the O. K. S.
chapter Tuesday evening, after
which the committee ou entertain­
ment served a nice luncheon, every­
Gardening is the principal occtt
thing on the St. Patrick order.
patiou now days.
W. D. and L. M. Henthom, Proprietors
If yon want Furniture. Beds, Mattre«s, Rugs or Matting. Wall
Paper or Dishes call and see us before going elsewhere. We will
try aud please you.
W c give Green Trading Stamps.