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About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (April 15, 1915)
; News Notes
With Our Seeds
Come in and look over our line,
before the supply is exhausted.
S E E D P O T A T O E S . W e have in
stock at the present time the fol
lowing varieties:- American W on
der, Pride of Multnomah and
W e also have Land Plaster
Clover Seed. Red,
White, ’ 50c
Rape, Dwarf Essex,
3 ' -'C
(H alf ground stock)
Miss Nouna Vallen, who has
J. P. Woodle o f Estacada has been attending high school in Or
[offered the suggestion that in the egon City, spent her vacation
j corning nomination o f the candi- with her parents in El wood.
J dates for the next city election,
Miss Flora Schultz o f Garfield,
a general mass meeting be held, is the latest purchaser o f a Ford
and that nominations he handled; machine, having succumbed to
j by ballot, with the two candi- j the salesmanship o f J. W. Reed
! dates receiving the highest votes,: o f Estacada.
¡being on the final ticket. This j
The many friends o f Mrs. C. L.
1 system is used successfully in the
Allen o f Estacada are sorry to
Estacada school nominations and
hear o f her present ill health, and
should be a fair solution o f the
hope for her speedy recovery.
i city’s nomination troubles.
Mr. and Mrs E. Hodgkiss of
The rebuilding o f the Cary
Phoenix, Arizona, have moved
| Mercantile store has been tem
onto the W. H. Wilson place in
porarily stopped and probably
Mrs. Hodgkiss was for
will not be renewed until a te n -:
merly Miss Eva Wilson.
ant rents the building, when th e 1
Leo Raih, part owner o f the
remainder o f the work will be
Sandy Ridge Lbr. Co., now a res
done to suit the lessee.
ident o f George, is giving his at
Clinton Looney o f Currinsville
tention to his business in Sandy
met with a severe accident to his just now'.
left foot last week, when his axe
slipped and cut a deep gash above | Ed Scheel o f Bissell, has gone
to Portland, where he will pursue
a course o f instructions in practi
Born -April 10th to Mr. and
cal and technical mechanics.
Mrs. Plus Cahill o f Currinsville,
A successful program was held
at the George
The ladies o f the building com
church last Sunday, and the Rev.
mittee o f the C. I. C. wish to
thank the following merchants,
for their generous contributions
The Misses Myrtle and Lola
o f prizes, for the Easter party :- Henderson o f Oregon City visited
Messrs. Closner, Bartholomew, a week at the home o f their grand
Cary, Marchhank, Johnson and parent, W. T. Henderson and
Blanche Frazier, aunt, Mrs. L. N. Vallen o f El
Committee Chairman. wood.
A. U. Bogden o f Elwood, re
cently made a Portland trip
where he disposed o f about 300
Miss Helen White' and George
Evans o f Portland, were the
guests o f Mrs. Tracy Clester o f
Eagle Creek, Sunday.
Rev. A. S. Henderson o f Port
land, spent several days at the
home o f his father in Elwood, and
delivered an interesting sermon
Friday night at Mt. Home church.
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Mays o f
Oregon City, were the guests o f
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Douglass o f
Eagle Creek, over Sunday.
A1 Myers o f Viola, enjoyed a
visit from his two brothers of
Kansas, last week.
a few friends were invited in to
spend the evening.
There was a family re-union at
the home o f Mrs. Hattie Clester
o f Eagle Creek, Sunday; all o f
her children being there.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Hicinbothom
o f River Mill, were Sunday visi
tors at Viola, to see the latters
mother, who is not able to be
around on account o f stepping on
a rusty nail.
It will be some
time before she will be able to
Ra\ Woodle, accompanied by
Mr. Beckett, made a trip to Port
land Saturday, and purchased a
team o f blacks.
case 20 5 lb.
501b. 50c ton 18.00
Common dairy 50 ’ 45c
Table and cooking
50 lb. .65
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” )4 lb. 25c
1 lb. 40c 5 lbs. $1.75 10lbs. $3.00
25 ’ $6.25 50 ’ 12.00 100 ’ 23.00
Black Leaf, “ 40” ¡4 lb. 90c 2 lbs. $3.10
Progressive Scratch (Albers) cwt. $2.60
Diamond Chick Food, lb. 3 lie ’
’ 3!^c ’
U. M. Co.
Dried Fish Scraps
’ 5c 80 lbs. 3.00
Eastern oystershell 161b.25c
16 lb. 25c
$5 Se ids a Splendid Graionola lo Voar Lome
W it h In d iv id u a l R e c o r d fcjector $ 8 i
Or with 23 double disc records (4 6 s e le c t.o n I a ' for $103.
Can be had on new easy r avment nlsm. o f $3 a tu -nth
A sm all first paym en t secu res im
m ed ia te possession o f this in com
p a ra b le instrum ent o f m usic and
a fin e set o f 46 selection s ( 2 f
d o u b le -d isc r e c o r d s ).
m ay o rd e r them b y title r.i
n um ber o r w e w ill supply
a lot on fr e e trial anC
su b je ct to e x ch a n g e
(Fine, Medium o r C o a r s e )
Land plaster,Utah, sk, 75c
lb. l)4 c
We handle a full line of Stock and
Let us figure with you on any order for
Seeds or Poultry supplies.
guarantee to duplicate any
retail price made 1 v the
Portland Seed Co.
0 KfEsTfi£ recob
If you h ave b een w a itin g fo r the opportunity
to buy a sp ecia lly g o o d instrum ent so m e firm,
at a p rice w ithin rea ch , and on y o u r terms,
here it is. T his new “ L e a d e r” is eq u ip p ed
with the m any e x clu sive G ra fo n o la features,
and w ill m ost certa in ly co m e up to y ou r e x
p ecta tion s fo r tone, tone volu m e and co n v e n
ience. W e w ill be gla d to send it to you r
h om e on a p p ro v a l. W rite fo r ou r ca ta lo g s—
th ey are free.
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