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About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (June 11, 1914)
Oregon His Society,
207 Second St
Celebrate the rourth of July in Estacada.
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All the News
FOR ONLY $1
A (joed time premised to all who attend
Boost for the
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E ST A C A D A , OREGON’ , T H U R SD A Y , JU N E tt, 1914
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L ocal N e w s
Business Men’s Club
fi A YEAR
Business M en’s Club
The meeting held in the parlors
Mrs. J. A. Tucker is in Partland
of tli*C . I. Club Tuesday evening
this week visiting her sister.
Charles Dubois arrived home was a pronounced suecess, both as 1
to numbers and also enthusiasm dis
from Star, Oregon, Saturday.
Drapery Silk, 75c yard.
New Wash Silks, $1.00. Yard wide W o o l
The Industrial club met at Mrs. played. About twenty-five * boos
Batistes and Challies, all colors, worth 60c and 75c yard, our speci : ; . ; ■ -;c>c
ters” were present and speeches
\Y. S- Pyle’» yesterday afternoon.
Mis, Belfils went to Portland this were made by Mr. Dale, Mr lien-
W e have what you want in—
i mormug to visit the Rose Festival. thorn, Mr. Pyle and others, rela
tive to the organization and benefits
Mrs. George Dale's sister, Mrs.
EUILD U P E S T A C A D A !
SH ELF H ARDW ARE
to be derived for the community, by
Massie of Portland, visited in Esta-
“ All Hardware prescriptions car.fully filled.”
enterprising and concerted action
cuda over the Sabbath.
of a well organized and smooth
Rev. Simpson of Portland, spent
Sole A g e n ts —
T h is Bank places at the command of its depositors every
| working club. President Bartlett
a few days last sveek at Ins summer j appointed a committee of three to
S harpies T u b u la r S eparators $40.00 up
modern hanking service. The successful experience of its
home across the river.
¡draw a constitution and set of by-
E a stm a n K o d a k s and Supplies
owners and managers, guarantee prompt, careful and effi
Monday J. W. Reed sold a Stude-: laws an ! a committee of two for
baker car to I red Countryman, who ; the purpose of soliciting members. i 1
cient attention to all matters of a financial nature.
lives on Estacada Heights.
I The committees will be at activ. \
W e will be pleased to have your account and attend to
Regular meeting of the Eastern work this week and the next meet- j
Star, Tuesday evening, June iG ing will beheld Monday evening, s your financial interests.
B Members please take notice.
June 22, at 8 o'clock p in.
P ' Miss Hattie Belfils and Miss Elva
Each person present seemed to !
ISTACADA STATE BANK
0 ; Adams went to Portland Tuesday ■ ' - ake to the fact that Estacada j
I TROY D. W AlklR. President
is contemplated and the spirit of
THOMAS YOCUM. Vice President
“ Y ou r Store,” Estacada, Oregon
W P. F. Standish has been given tnthusiasni displayed augurs well j
IRWIN I). WRIGHT, Cashier
the control of the horticultural rie-
lts success. Everyone in the ;
3S aC U nB 7TE M 2S * rf.-ÎC TZ: .'HüfSZKSET
I ,)artment Qf jjle Clackamas County 1 c'^ interested in , ois work, will be
Interest Paid on T im e Deposits,
SO TH .fam ezim iTM rTl-1» , F iir, to be held this fall.
.expected to be present tin 22, and
Devore went . . to r.
Portland ia permanent organization will he
I yesterday morning to attend Ma- | rlected.
sonic Grand Lodge, which is being
Mrs. E. E. Saling; E n terta in s
• held there this week.
J. Pluvious was real kind last
If you need a MOWER or R A K E we have them here ready f von.
The Progress extends congratu
afternoon aud withheld hi- | • .n iu sm zzB M m m a K X .
Also SEC TIO N S, G U A R D S. L E D G E R P L A T E S , SEC TIO N
lations to Mr. and Mrs. Aue of
long enough for a num- I
Spring water, over the safe arrival
RIVrF.TS, G R IN D ST O N E S and S IC K L E G R IN D E R S .
ber of ladies to go to the country
of a ten pound boy, Monday night.
home of Mrs. E. R. Saling in re- i
The dance Saturday evening is
spouse to invitations, and although
| said to be one of the most pleasant
For all kinds of Furniture and Undertaking Goods
In B U IL D E R ’S H A R D W A R E . H E A V Y HDW , DOORS, W IN
it rained during the afternoon, the
j social events of the season. The
DOWS, SCR EP'N S, P A IN T S and O ILS, our lines are complete.
the weather cleared by the time the
C .11 and see our nice line of Rockers, Bed Springs, and
¡y attendance was good aud all report
ladies were ready to return home.
j a most enjoyable time.
Mattress, Lenolium, Rugs and Matting. A good line of
The party was given in honor of
Mrs. A. T. Bartholomew of M s A T. Bartholomew, who is
R E M E M B E R that every D O LLA R spent at this store gives you 100
Queensware always on hand. When you want dishes we
Eastern Oregon has been a guest at here from Eastern Oregon visiting
votes on the F R E E PIANO, also too votes on the $10 0 0 0 worth of
the Saling homes for the past week. relatives.
have them. W e have a couple o' W h ite Sew ing Machines
As the guests arrived
Silverware and premiums given away A B S O L U T E L Y F R E E .
Mrs. Bartholomew is a sister-in-law the baling home presented a very
left which we will sell cheap.
1 of Mrs. F. R. and C. C. Saling.
I cheerful app arar.ee, with its bright
Mrs. Ed. AIM . is representing grate tire and decorations of roses
Call and see us before going elsewhere. W e will
the Estacada Chapter at Grand and other cut flowers. The guests
treat you right.
Y ou rs for business,
Lodge in Portland this week. Miss ' indulged in dainty needle-work and
Eva Wash went down with her the afternoon bouts were filled with
E sta ca d a F u rn itu re Co.
Monday aud attended tile reception, genuine congcnionality. A short
■ is, 1 i t . Z 1.1T I B B
CRII\ TRADING STAMPS
returning home Tuesday evening. time was spent "under the old cherry
Chester Womer, who lias been trees” and a considerable quantity
C h rist’s Second C o m in g
employed at the post office for some of the luscious fruit disappeared;
The public lecture course now time, went to Springwater Monday | but the inclerfletit weather soon
IT WILL DO YOU GOOD
being given here under the auspices to work in the Spurlin store. Miss I made th ladies decide that the
to see how your horses will go
of the International Bible Students Lelah Howe will devote her spare cheerful fire was more attractive
into the feed we provide. Nu
Association is attracting much at time at the post office assisting Mr I Ac nu opportune time, the gin Ms , f ô
indifference, 110 mussing with
tention. Many who attended the Johnson.
j were invited to the dining room
— ! Ü
the feed but just straight eating.
opening lecture expressed their de
where a most tempting luncheon
If votir horses are "off their
termination to take in the entire
was served. The prettv tables were
feed" give them some of ours.
position as collector for a reputable
with huge boquets of roses
You'll see a quick cure and a
firm with headquarters in Chicago.
and the repast served only proved f
bettered condition that mean
As his family are still residents of
the justly merited reputation Mrs.
more work and better. Isn't
Estacada, he will probably visit
Saling has as an excellent good cook.
that what you are after?
this place as often as possible and
we can still claim him.
Indu strial C lu b
Miss Maude Sturgeon left on
The Industrial club of the Esta
Monday for Corvallis where she cada district, begun its vacation
Widely scattered have been built b y the
attended Commencement exercises meetings*by a rally Saturday after
at the College and visited old friends. noon to which the Industrial clubs
Portland Railway, Light & Power C o. for
She returned yesterday. A drug of East Clackamas were invited.
the purpose of providing
L. P. Harrington, field worker
gist from Portland attended to the trom the department of Education
I f n day
$ io a week D
drugstore during Miss Sturgeon's i nddresstd the assembled clubs.
I J Mr. . IT
i.srrington's words of encour
Rev. Rees and Wallace Sampson 1 agement were greatly appreciated »4
just now when vacation days b
went up into the mountains within
witoin | and rest .,nd freedom fronl , art.
four miles of Cary’s hot springs j in vogue. In line with the Indus-
MODERN C O N V E N IEN C E S
last week. There w a s plenty of tr .il club work, Mr. Harrington (■ )
to its patrons. Through high tension trans
snow up there before they left and
” 1 ’ , 'le ,,l:>tter of th Juveiuh
mission lines, each of these generating
J- st Clack
on tlie way home they saw a , large fair in September.
. . The
■ O ne of the m ost delightful Resorts on the Coast t
plants are intercommunicative, so that the
amas fair is to be held Sept. S and A?
cougar, trotting along towards Gar 1 9, and the members of th fair f â
service is insured against unforseen inter
field. Not having auy gun with I board, most of whom were jire.se
Local and Tourist Trade Solicited
I received some valuable suggestions,
course. ''C hrist's Second Coming; |
i The local Industrial club will
Why? How? When?” is the sub
! meet with the Currinsvillc club for
ject announced for tile second lec Reed, C. Dnbois, W. A. Jones, J. its next meeting. A month from
Portland (2 )
ture of the series, to be given Sun- ! F. Lovelace and others were in ! Saturday, its next regular meeting
day afternoon at 3 o’clock, in the Portland Monday to attend the an 1 will be held at home.
We handle only the best of meats
F". B. fiutili ie.
Family Theatre, by Evangelist S nual meeting of the stockholders of
the U. S. Cashier Company, whose
E . Ranger, of Portland.
Fourth o f July News
Lard, Bacon, Sour Kraut, Pickles.
It is expected that this lecture affairs are said to be the subject of
A complete line of fresh and salt meats.
The ladies of the Civic Improj
will differ considerably from what sensational litigation. Out of 3700
Fresh vegetables in their season.
is usually heard on this subject. I shareholders in a ll parts of the ment club are planning a rousing i ' f t
Fresh E g g s and Butter.
The sjteaker is said to lie well country there were not more than celebration. The parade commit-| JH
versed in the scriptures and to have a hundred men and a dozen women tee wish to invite the people of tlu % j
very definite and positive ideas as in attendance. No business vas different country districts to enter
to wliat they leach on this impor
Portland Railway, Li^ht & Power Co.
The city street lights were turned w'^ l,e K*ven h>r *he following en
tant subject. A tordial invitation
is extended to the public. No on again Saturday nigh». It was tries:
Broadway and Alder Street»
¡charge will be m a k for admission Mr. Boswell who ordered \V Givens' B- -t decorated automobile; best
late.a..? Marshall 5 1 0 0
Home A -6 1 3 1
to di continue the lights Mr ! . ,
and no collection taken.
MRS. E. H. KELLOGG, M anager
well assuming tlie resjx»nsihility b
trict.s; best decorated bicycle; Itcst
'.aits.- he Inni tn n instructed to
aU ’ean" K ? ntlemtn tt.ler; h. tap
The M. E. church people dis
authority. The question had never I lK;aT1,lk: ’’ 1 1 1 '
pensed with their services Sunday ,
« fo re 111 club and. A complete program will be put
evening and went over to the Christ no action in regard to the matter lisltcd later. These are a few of
ian church to hear the Childrens' had lieen taken. Mr. Boswell, ever , the attractions:
Two good hall games, grand pa
day program, which was very ready and willing to assist the Civic
rade. good hand, fine home cooked i
good. The childi cd showed thor Club, thought he was conferring a dinner etved by the C. I. C. la- ,
ough training which reflects much favor. There was a misunderstand- dies, patriotic exercises in Hir
$1 Per Year.
N o w is the time to subscribe.
credit upon their teachers.
ing all around it seems.
‘ park, games, sports, dancing, etc. *
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American Field Fencing
“Royal Taloring for Real Men
C A R Y ’S M E R C A N T IL E
M o w in g Time is IN e a r i n g
GOTOTHEEstacada Furniture Co.
H ard w are,
Harness and Implements
Estacada Lumber and
'The Hotel Estacada 1
PALACE MEAT MARKET.
Meals 35c up.
Lunches 10c Up
Lunches Put up For Travelers