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About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (March 11, 1915)
Examine Our Prices
News Notes From
Before buying elsewhere
We quote the following prices and
guarantee against any advances until
March 18,1915. Should prices decline,
we will give you the ben .fit.
’ 38. (X)
R. O. Roswell of Estacada, in at: j
ticit>ation ( f the Cleanup Dav. has!
had the old apple trees and stumps
removed from his yard, lias torn
down the chicken coops and had a
new fence Guilt, which has greatly
improvtj the appearance of “ Or*
card Home” .
GO lb. $1.
(Ke«ifted for Chickens)
Ground Barley 100 ’
Dried Beet pulp 100 ’
” With Molasses
Digester Tankage, cwt. 2.75
Hay, clover, alsyke, e w t
‘ Idaho 2nd flitting)
J. L . Cox and wife of Portland
are spending a few weeks at the
home of Wm. Weller in Spring-
The Junior Class
Estacada High School
Ct f/ludM ait fH o n ctjm o o n
Cast of Characters
Alexis Petrovitch, a journeyman ............................. McColly Dale
(afterwards Gustave, Count Woroffski.)
Poleska, his wife ........................................................Erma Graham
Baroness Vladimir, his sister
...... ................ ......... Elva Adams
Mrs Claude Devore and two
Ivan, a shoemaker ______ _______________ _______ Leo Havens
children of Kstacada leturntd home
Micheline, his daughter ....................... .................. Jessie Hannah
last Saturday after an absence of
Koulikoff Demetrovitch, o f Chateau Woroffski Geo. Harkenrider
about ten weeks. Last December! Osip, a young peasant .................................... ...........Carl Kimmel
she was called to Grass Valiev, I
Calif, prior to the death of her faih- !
She and the youngest child re
mained : here for some months, then j
visited other California points, in
cluding the Sttt Francisco Fair and
remitted via Drain, Oregon.
Act I and II. A room in the house o f Ivan, the shoemaker.
Act III. A drawing-room in the chateau o f Count Woroffski.
(Dements Heit or White River)
Progressive Scratch (Albers) cwt. $2.60
D iam on d C hick Food, lb. 3 !, c
’ 3 ‘y e
Armour B eefscra p s
U. M. Co.
Dried Fish Scraps
Eastern oystershell 161b.25c
16 lb. 25c
80 lbs. 3.00
(Fine, Medium or Coarse)
Land plaster,Utah, sk. 75c
lb. 1 He
CloVer Seed, Red,
While, ’ 50c
Rape, Dw'arf Essex,
Potatoes, Early Rose, lb. 2 H e cwt.
3 % e
3 H c
S a lt
Salt, -501b. 35c,
100 lb. 65e,
(Half ground stock)
case 20 5 lb.
501b. 50c ton 18.00
Common dairy 50 ’ 45c
Table and cooking
50 lb. .65
S p ra y M a t e r ia l
Lime and Sulphur solution,
(Customers furnish container)
Diamond Spra Sulphur,
5 lbs. 75c
10 lbs. $1.25
25 lbs. $2.50
Arsenate o f Lead, "Corona” Vi lb. 25c
1 lb. 40c 5 lbs. $1.75 10 lbs. $3.00
25 ’ $6.25 50 ’ 12.00 100 ’ 23.00
Black Leaf, “ 40” H lb. 90c 21bs. $3.10
c w t $2.50
We handle a full line of Stock and
Let us figure with you on any order for
Seeds or Poultry supplies be
fore buying elsewhere.
We Deliver Daily
Commercial Grinding a Specialty
Tracy & Givens
The v oung people of Currmsville
and of the Kstacada High school
I enj t\ed a dancing p o l y last Friday :
! evening at the Odd Fellows’ Hall
! The music, furnished by the Cur- ;
rtttsvllle orchestra, was extra good j
and with Mrs. Frazier as drap e r-!
on, the young folks had an enjoy- I
There will he a timelv discussion
at the Church of Jesus Christ ott
Sunday evening, March :4th, at
6 :3 0 P M., nihj-ct, " A r e New
Revelations Necessary at the Pres
ent Date and A g e ?"
A First Class Watchpiaker wi 1 be at
Marchbank’s every Wednesday
F. E. Beckwith
J e w e le r
Annual Sale of Used Pianos
Dont forget the C. I. C. Dance at
the Kstacada Pavilion next Satur-
i day evening, March 13th. Steib’ s
Four will furnish the
j music and supper will he served.
Tickets $ 1 . with supper included.
Including Prominent Makes, Grand
Pianos, Player Pianos and
Straight Upright Pianos.
The winners in the intersections!
spelling contest, held tit the F'sta -1
cada schools last Tuesday, were'
Bertha Devore and Ernest Ryn- I
The next meeting of the Dorcas j
society will lie held at the home of 1
Mrs. A. M Stephens, Thursday. I
Next Sunday afernoon at 3 o '
clock, at the Garfield Memorial
Church, representative G u v T
j Hunt of Garfield will occupy the
j pulpit and give a general talk on
the « c e n t legislation enacted by
the legislature. A special musical
program has been arranged and all
are invited to attend.
Is Your Watch or Clock Causing Trouble?
J. & C. Fischer, good condition,
Ludwig, large size quartered oak,
Emerson, rosewood case,
Kimball, French walnut finish
2 Steinways, verti-grand style, 160. 190.
Steinhauer Player Piano, oak case
Kingsbury, 88 note Player
Jacob Doll, mahogany 88 note
Hundreds of others, equally
good values, sold on easy terms.
Eilers Bldg., Portland
R. M. Standish, Estacada, Agent.
Negotiations are under way by
C. W. Devore of F'staiada for the
purchase of the Sparks house on
H. G. Trowbridge of the G a r -1 It is reported that a dance wilt
the corner of Main and 5U1 Sts.
field Mercantile Co., who recently 1 be held at the Dodge Hall next
made arrangements to handle the Saturday evening. As this is the
A number of the young folks of
local cream supply, has closed a same night as the C. I. C. dance,
j the High School gave a surprise deal with the T S. Townsend it will mean a shortage of attend-
party on Me Colly L)ale, in honor Creamery Co. of Portland to han- ance and consequent financial Ins»
¡of his 18th. birthday, last Wednes die the product. Customers are for both dances. It would be wise
day night at the home of Le Roy advised that cream can be left at if hereafter the various districts
the store on Thursdays and Fri- would ascertain before hand, as to
iGard of Estacada.
I other dancing dates.