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About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (April 16, 1914)
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EST A C A D A , OREGON. T H U R SD A Y , A P R IL 16, ig i 1
We have invested
In order to bring to the people of East Clackamas County the big, clean,
complete stock of staple merchandise now ready for your inspection.
Ten Thousand Dollar StocK of Shoes
American Lady and Queen Quality shoes for women, $2.25 to $4.50. Hamilton
Brown and Pontiac shoes for misses and children, $1.50 to $3.00. F. J. box, soft soles
for infants, 50c to $1.25. American Gentleman and Ralston dress shoes for men, $3.00 to
$6.00. Endicott-Johnson and Qhippawa ( hand made) work shoes for men and boys, $2.00
to $8.00. Some where in the enormous stock we have the very shoe for you
“B R I N G
In our dry goods department
Easter in E stacada
All church services in Estacada
Swat the fly!
Sunday morning were well attend
Keep boosting for the cannery
ed and the Easter hats and other
Cottage finery escaped the rain, which fell
Rev. Rees went
! later on.
Services at the Methodist church
Mrs. Gertrude Grim left for Van
at 10:30 in the morning
| with the Sunday school, Rev. Park
V\ K Cary was a business visi- having charge.
tor in Portland Tuesday.
service which followed was largely
Albert Lichthorn spent last week attended, the sermon being given
by Evangelist Park. At 2 o’clock
with relatives in Portland.
I lie ESIACADA SIATE BANK is now under the
in the afternoon, the Sunday
R. E. Ellison has moved into
mdiidgcment of representative and success
schools of Currinsville, Garfield,
“ Grandma” Lovelace's residence.
Zion church and Estacada joined in |
ful men and deserves the patronage of home
Mt-sdames A. G. Ames and Win. an Easter service. The' church
Underwood and children visited j was crowded to its capacity ml the
Portland last Saturday.
j program of the Risen
We will be glad to have your business.
Russel! Betts, who is attending greatly enjoyed. Garfield contrib-
the State Uuiversity, lias been vis- uted two selections by a male quar-
LEROY C. WALKER. President
iting Estacada friends for several tette, Miss Ruth Brown of Zion
TtlOV.AS YOCUM. Vice President
I sang a solo, Currinsville f urn is he I • Ì
IRWIN 0. WRIGHT, Cashier
Miss Helen Baird, telephone op- instrumental music and Estacada's
Iterato r in the Oregonian office at Priu,arV class «avt a sonK- I)r
I Portland, was an Estacada visitor Kimball of Willamette University
WiS Present a,ld offered prayer,
i and there was a sermon by Rev.
Mrs. Williams of Bull Hun, sis- i ,, ,
[Park. 1 he preaching service in
of Mrs U S. Morgan,
, , Uv
the evening was precceded
di a K
g guest at the Morgan
young people s meeting, with Miss
eral days. .
, y va
as ita(ter. Mts Park
Mr. and Mrs. Miles Standish of j gave the sermon for the evening
Portland were here over the Sab- service, the subject of her discourse
bath visiting at the P, S. Standish being, “ The New Creation.”
j home at Garfield.
A t the Christian church there r^rr—r— r1
the regular Sunday school in
We have a nice lot of R O C K E R S on the way which
The next regular meeting of
at which time Mrs- !tl W|N soon t>e here t0 fill UP the vacant space. Call and see
Mountain Chapter, Order of East
* uct a « rhr.m
ern Star, will be held on Tuesday Park spoke to the children. The
preachin'’, service followed with a
I evening. April 21.
sermon by Mrs. Park, after which j ij
Miss Lula Tracy and a young the ordinance of baptism 1 was
lady friend came over from Portland ministered to two candidate: es. All ! S
Friday to visit Miss Tracy’s parents, the meetings were interesting
at prices that are right.
1 Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Tracy,
the evening the regular services ¿i
Miss Katie Melton of Portland, were dismissed in order that the Si
We also have some Wall Paper at reduced prices
arrived in Estacada Sunday to spend i congregation might attend evan-
a few days visiting at the borne of j gelistic services at the Methodist ft and a few Rugs, Matting, Graniteware and Fishing Tackle
lwr aunt. Mrs. B O. Boswell.
|;j We are headquarters for the best grades in fishing outfits.
BUSED UP ESTACADA
PATRONIZE HOME INSTITUTIONS
You will find it, no matter what that IT may be. 31 inch percale 10c, 36 inch percale
12 l-2c, Serpentine Crepe De Chene 30c, Red Seal and Amoskeag dress ginghams 12 l-2c
(100 new patterns this week), all wool wash challie65c, 36 inch French serge 50c, 54 inen
all wool serge 1.50 to $2.00. Everything to please you “ and the price is right.”
Get a Cash Register Receipt!
They’r worth more than Trading Stamps.
Return $25 in Cash receipts and get $1 in merchandise free
Fornitore oí Al! Kinds
All Next Week:
Us E Nelson, candidate for „
! M Call and see us. .See our shelves full of Dishes. We
H arry Morgan “Surprised”
su rp rised ¡H
nomination for County treasurer
. . .
4 want your trade, you want our goods. Yours for business,
oil the republican ticket,
fuliy planned ond carried out a sur
Estacada visitor Friday evening.
prise party for her son Harry Sat
‘H E A D Q U A R T E R S
F O R G R O C E R IE S T O O ”
Carl Cary resigned his position j urUay evenin|t> which
last I enj 0yaij]e occasion tor the young
with Cary s Mercantile Co
v?'mai ■cuacar'. r y -
week on account of poor health and j ptople> Numerous games ‘ were
went to Portland. He is thinking played, after which a most tempt
3» 2 8 L
of going to California.
ing lunch was served. The young
N. L. S. Laureyy and wife re- ladies present were Myrtle and
G. H. LICH1 HORN. Proprietor.
tinned Sunday evening from a trip .Mary Woodle, Mattie Lewis. Elva
to California. They visited all the Adams, Uelah Howe and Kiltie
Fresh Bread and all Kinds of Bakery Goods
large cities and important places Reagan. The young men were,
-------- always on hand.--------
Paul and Chester Wouier. Milton
'Á and report a very pleasant trip.
We also keep a large stock of ------
S. J. Howe, a practical printer, Evans, Claude Woodle, Russel
and sold three machines. This week we want to tell you about our new
Betts and Harry Morgan.
has taken a position on The Pro
gress. Mr. Howe has been a resi
“The Corner Store”
dent of Esta ada since last fall,
“ A Howling Success ’ vvould.be
5 Ply extra strong GARDEN HOSE, G A R D E N
C U L T I V A T O R S , and
coming from St. Paul, Minnesota.
putting it mildly.
SEDERS. Call and see the new adjusting V IN Y A R D and O R CH A RD PLOW S.
H. M. Chaffie of Lents, Ore., smiles mingled with tears, You |
W E G IV E “ S. & H ."
Also the new P. & O. N. W. SP E C IA L C H IL L E D , manufactured especially for this
will preach next Lord's Day, April know! A show that leaves an j V E G E T A B L E S And F R U IT S
G kukn T r a d i n g S ta m ps
part of the Valley.
19, at the Church of Jesus Christ, impression with you.
will tell you why who saw ]
When you need anything in
o’clock A. M. and 2:30 P. M. All ' j the play “ The Corner Store” pre- \
j stilted by the Garfield Grange last j
The protracted meetings at the j Friday evening.
Methodist church closed Monday j Mrs. A. C. Davis as Aunt Han-|
night and Mr. and Mrs. Park left nali, presented
e.sented a character study !
DON’T F O R G E T T H E PLA C E.
on Tuesday morning for Monroe, that Is deser
esetving of especial men-;I
Washington, where they will con tion. Her
1er ability to adapt hers If I
MftS. L. H. KELLOGG, Manager
duct a s.ries of meetings at the to the trying scenes showed much
State Reformatory. The people of talent, Clias. Duncan impressed
the church are well pleased with everyone in carving out the fund
Have you registered?
the success of the meetings.
| ions of Uncle Eli, who keeps the
corner store. L- Palmateer as
The high school Juniors will pre
The 25th of April is “ Good Roads
Jasper White, Harry Raid as Jimy
sent “ A JU N IO R ’ ’ at Boner’s
Wc handle only the best of meats
Day,” In district No. 4 the people
Flanagan and A. C, Davis as Otto
theatre, on Friday evening. May 1.
are going to get together and tie-
This play is a comedy in three acts
■ Gdckenheinitr, were the source of
Lard, Bacon, Sour Kraut, Pickles.
sides having a good time will try
and will certainly he worth the
A complete line of fresh and salt meats.
muc 1 delight, Shrieks of laughter
and do much needed work on the 1
price of admission.
met every sentence of the three
Fresh vegetables in their season.
road. The men are invited to come 1
Fresh E ggs and Butter.
comedians, Mnble Tracy interpre
The Estacada public library, lo with teams and plows prepared to i
ting the character of Dora, brought
cated in the C. I. C. room is open cut down the hill by the Lovel
TRED J0RG , Proprietor
a ready applause
Mrs. Grace Ja
' to the public, not only for reading place. The ladies of the district
cobs acting the part of tricky coun
matter, but for a rest room. There will bring baskets of food, which
t r y girl, adds much spice to the
1 you will find a pleasant place to sit wilj be served to all at E ly ’s hall.
1 play. The ever difficult part of
in easy chairs and plenty of inaga- For further particulars ask the road
: villain was capably handled by
ALL FEED MAY LOOK
I 7.ines and the daily papers to read. supervisor in that district.
^ ■ Hvrpian Davis.
“ Bud’’ Elison
ALIKE TO YOU The Civic Club extends a hearty
Joseph SI afer of the State 1 ni- was adapted to K. C. Demmg.
welcome to all.
but not to your horses. Give
versity, visited Rstacada last Satnr-
Much credit is due to Ed. Shear-
lit tliti* M l.-
them some of ours for a change
Mrs. Boswell had many callers day. being eiiroute to Springwater tr as director and manager ot the
( 10 a week
$2 a day
and see how they will eat it on Easter Sunday but appreciated to deliver a lecture. While in the snow.
much more greedily than they none more than Mary Alice and city he calltd on Prof. Ford to see
For the benefit of those in Esta I
have been attacking their old Florence June Reed. Victor and what the school was doing in re- farla and adjacent districts, the pro
fodder, Good feed means good ! Jean Adix and Wallace Jay Guth- gard to killing off the flies. He dnetion will be repeated. Hr ida y
feeding aud as a horse owner! rie. who came with Easter baskets. suggested that if the school children I evening tFe 17th at Boner's theatre,
MO I)KR N CON V E N IE N C ES
you know that mein: Iietter Teddie Howe also was a visitor at would taki up the matttr, much i>0n’ t miss it, it's worth while,
horse* in every respect.
the Boswell home and all went away good could tie accomplished in ex- |
One of the most delightful Resorb on the Coast
- with their baskers well filled with terminating the little pests. He
Remember the play at F.lv’s hall,
| Easter goodies Children as well also intim ited that the Civic club
Local and Tourist Trade Solicited
as grown folks, are always made might do good work along this Currinsville, Friday evening, April
24, by the Good Templets,
welcome at the Boswell home.
Estacada Furniture Co.
>The Home Bakery <
Last week we advertised
De Laval Cream Separators
A D J U S T IN G
and Fancy Groceries
Confectionery and Cigars
G. H. Lichthorn
Harness or Implements
B e rt H .
PALACE M EA T M ARKET.
HOME R E S T A UR A NT
Chicken Dinner Sunday, 50c
lunches 10c Up
lunches Put up For Travelers
GOOD ROOMS IN CONNECTION
The Hotel Estacada
Estacada Lumber and Preduce