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About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (April 2, 1914)
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E ST A C A D A , OREGON. TH URSDAY, A PR IL
Only Paper in
St A Y E A R
Ready for Your Inspection!
The Biggest, the Best, The Most Carefully Se
lected Stock of
in Clackamas County
Queen Quality and American Lady Shoes for Women
Ralston and American Gentleman Shoes for men
Endicott-Johnson and Chippawa Heavy Shoes for men and boys
Hamilton Brown and Pontiacs for children
E V E R Y P A IR G U A R A N T E E D
“ W E C A N F IT E V E R Y F O O T ’
Our Dry Goods department is complete.
uine French Gingham, 25c.
stripe Voile, 30c.
¡nch Percale, 10c.
Amcskeag dress Gingham, 12 l-2 c.
Silk finished Crepe De Chene (all colors)
54 inch all wool Serge $1.50 to $2.00.
36 inch Serge, 50c up.
36 inch Percale, 12 l-2c.
Get a Cash Register Receipt!
Bring $25.00 in cash receipts and get
ia Merchandise— absolutely free.
A new stock of C U R T A IN SCRIM S and Etamines received
Monday. Come in while the stock is complete.
CARY’S MERCANTILE CO.
We gueaatee eatisfectiee.
“ If yeu are tatiafied te l year friend*.
If aot, teN am."
Spring Time Is Spray Time
If you haven’t already sprayed your trees— better do it N O W .
W e have the
Spray Compounds, Spray Pumps, Hose
Nozzles and Fittings for Spray Outfits.
different kinds of
We are headquarters for Fishing Tackle, Garden Tools,
Everything in Hardware, Harness and Implements
Bert H. Finch,
PALAC E M EA T M A R K ET.
We handle only the best of meats
Lard, Bacon, Sour Kraut, Pickles.
A comp'ete line of fresh and salt meats.
Fresh vegetables in their season.
Fresh E ggs and Butter.
FRED J0RG, Proprietor
ALL FEED MAY LOOK
ALIKE TO YOU
but not to your horses. Give
them some of ours for a change
and see bow they will eat it
much mpre greedily than they
have been attacking their old
fodder. Good feed meaus good
feeding and aa a horse owner
yon know that means better
horses in every respect.
Estacada Lumber and Produce Co.
The fifth county spelling contest
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Howe visited
at the high school room Friday
Paul Womer was an Estacada afternoon, was a very interesting
The schools tepresented
visitor this week.
Eagle Creek, Boring.
J. A. Sotuer left Tuesday for a
trip to California.
ton, Currinsville and Estacada, with
Mrs. R. Morse visited relatives
four spellers from each school with
in Portland last week
the exception of Garfield who had
W. S. Pyle and wife were Port but three. A short program pre-
land visitors Monday.
ceeded the spelling contest, given
J. W. Reed was in Portland for a by the pupils of the Estacada
schools, which was entertaining
day or two this week.
and well received. H. M. James
W. F. Cary was a business visit-
took charge of the contest which !
1 or at Oregon City Tuesday.
lasted over an hour. The spelling
The Civic Improvement Club has was brisque and when completed,
commenced to make plans for a 4th three contestants Chariot DeFord
of July celebration.
and Lona Davis of Barton and
Big robbery attempted by Har Ralph Wade of Currinsville were
vey Barton at Garfield Grange, left to have a final contest at a la
ter date, if agreeable to all con
April toth.— adv.
cerned. The next contest will be
W. W. Boner and wife returned held at Logan Aptil 17, During
last Friday from a visit of several the afternoon pupils from different
weeks in California.
schools enjoyed themselves with
Miss Grace Hessell of Gresham giving their class yells and visiting.
was a guest at the B. O. Boswell The high school room would not
home Saturday night.
hold the large number who attend
Mrs. M. E. Graham, daughter ed the contest which shows the
Erma and son Guy, visited Port great interest taken in this most
laudable undertaking conducted by
land Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. A . N. Standish of
Chicago arrived last evening to
visit their sons, R. M. and P. S. Civil Service Examination
The United States Civil Service
Commission announces an open com
The Rod and Gun Club of Esta
petitive examination on April 25, at
cada is planning on giving a mov
Estacada. for Clackamas couuty,
ing picture exhibition in the near
for a rural carrier to fill a vacancy.
The examination is open to all male
A large number of lady friends citizens of the United States who
“ surprised” Mrs. Dave Escheltnan can comply with the requirements.
Thursday afternoon. All report a Application form and full informa
tion concerning the requirements of
F. B. Guthrie visited his ranch the examination can be secured
at Creswell, Oregon, Saturday. He from the secretary of the local ex
says the country down the valley is amining board cr the postmaster.
Civic Improvement Club
John Naab of Portland was an
The club met Saturday afternoon
Estacada visitor last Friday night.
He was the guest of Guy Graham at the usual time, with twenty-five
members and one visitor present
while in town.
In the absence of the secretary
ft. W . Cary went up into the
Mrs. Pyle, Mrs. A, K. Morton was
mountains Saturday. Mrs. Carv
appoiuted secretary protem. The
visited home folks in Portland dur
principal event was the voting upon
ing his absence.
the proposition of buying the prop
A new rural route for Estacada erty west of the bank. A ballot
will be in operation by June first. was taken which resulted in an un
A civil service examination notice animous vote against the proposi
is printed in this paper.
Mrs. Gertrude Grimm has retired
from tho position of assistant to her
M. E. Church Newt
biother, W. Givens, as the P. R.
Revival meetings ere now being
L. & P. Co.'s agent at this place.
held in the Methodist church. Rev.
Misses Kittle Reagan,
Woodle and Ruth Welch attended
the Epworth League convention at
Woodburn, Ore , Saturday and
Mrs. H. G. Trowbridge of Gar
field, left last Sunday for a visit
with relatives in Minnesota. Mr.
Trowbridge accompanied her as far
Dr. Steiner came over from
Sandy Saturday, returning Mon
day. On account of not being able
to get a suitable residence, Mrs.
Steiner will not go for a time at
Judges and Clerks of Election least.
Barton: Judges— Harvey G ib
The special meetings at the M. E.
son, C. O. Davis, Joe Devine; church are being well attended.
Clerks—J. M. Anderson, Edwin Mr. and Mrs. Park are both inter
Bates, Clyde McMurrey.
esting speakers and their singing is
Eagle Creek: Judges— E. L. one of the features of their protrac
Trnllinger, J. W. Doty, John ted efforts.
Gitbens; Clerks— H. S. Gibson,
Lance Read, who has been visit
M. C. Glover, Henry Hoffmeister
Estacada No. 1 : Judges—John K. ing his grandparents, Mr, and Mrs.
Ely, J. P. Woode, Granville Linn; J. W. Antrim, left on Tuesday to
Clerks— A. H. Erickson, Lester Hale, enter the electrical testing depart
D. S. Fleming.
ment of the Westinghouse Co. in
Estacada No. 2: Judges—R. D. Kim-
mel, J. W. Reed, John Stormer;
Clerks—W. M. Dale, W. A. Jones,
Garfield: Judgea—Henry Epperson,
A. O. Whitcomb, A. J. Krigbaum;
Clerks—B. T. Rawlins, L. J. Palma-
teer, T. E. Thomas.
Georgd: Judges- -Fred Lins. Henry
Schmitt, N. Rath; Clerka—H. If. John
son, Mrs. Hu Ida Rath, Mrs Theresa
Springwater: Judges—J. A. Reed.
W. E. Shannon, James Guttridge;
Clerks—J. W. Mam. J. A. March-
bank, C. 8. Bard.
Mrs. Adilaid Miller, who has
been in St. Helens, Ore., all winter,
returned to Estacada Saturday,
She reports that her health is not
very good and she had to come
back to this health resort for a time
Wm. Park and wife are the evan
Preaching every evening com
mercing at 7:30. No meeting Satur
Sunday morning at ri a. in. and
evening, 7:30 p. m.
You are urged to come and assist
in these services.
C. B. Rees, Pastor.
“ Uncle Josiah” at Boner's thea
tre Fridav evening, put 011 by high
school pupils, was a splendid suc
cess. Each oue who took part in
the play did unusually well for
amateurs and showed much talent.
Mr. Nash of Portland furnished
some violin and mandolin music
with piano accompaniment by Miss
Hattie Belfils. The stage settings
were good as also were the cos
tumes and the play was carried out
without a bitch. A large and ap
preciative audience greeted the play
ers. Proceeds amounted to nearly
Etiquette Contest Next
The spelling match came off, but
people crowded in till it was almost
suffocating and then they skuffed
their feet on the floor and whisper
ed till the contestants could scarce
ly hear the words pronounced
Some who sat near to them would
stait spelling at the words before
the contestants had time to spell
them. The next is an etiquette
G H. Lichthorn received so
many compliments on the little,
"spiels’’ he gave at the Deestnk
Skool" a short time ago. that he
The Sandy News is a new ven decided to give a few “ spiels” to
Jasper White, the nigger, asserts
ture i : i t h e n f r « p i v , r P e M •>» S v . i t , . »he people of this section, through he did not steal the chickens. Hear
Chas. R. Bennett is the the Ptogreas. See his ad in this his trial at Garfield Grange, April
Build up Estacada bv depositing
Estacada money in the
Now conducted by representative
men of the community.
SECURITY IN Q ltS MOVABLE.
LEROY D. WALKER. President
THOMAS YOCUM. Vice President
IRYWN B. WRIGHT, Cashier
W e have a nice lot of R O C K E R S on the way which
will soon be here to fill up the vacant space. Call and see
Furniture of All Kinds
at prices that are right.
W e also have some W all Paper at reduced prices
and a few Rug9, Matting, Graniteware and Fishing Tackle
W e are headquarters for the best grades in fishing outfits.
Call and see us. See our shelves full of Dishes. W e
want your trade, you want our goods. Yours for business,
Estacada Furniture Co.
>The Home Bakery <
G. H. LICH1 HORN, Proprietor.
Fresh Bread and all Kinds of Bakery Goods
-------- always on hand,--------
We also keep a large stock of-
Confectionery and Cigars
V E G E T A B L E S And FRU ITS
IN TIIE IR SEASON
W E G IV E
“ S. & H .”
r a d in g
S tam p *
G. H. Lichthorn
HOME R E S T A U R A N T
MRS. E. H. KELLOGG, Manager
Meals 35c up.
Chicken Dinner Sunday, 50c
Lunches 10c Ip
Lunches Put up For Travelers
G O O D ROOM S IN CONNECTION
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