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About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (July 1, 1915)
Demonstration and Sale
Saturday, July 10th
S n o w F l a k e Sodas
and the other famous Cakes and Crackers
of the S W A S T I K A brand
Special demonstration of this greatest home product to introduce many new specialties.
Be sure to visit the following stores and learn more about these pure food products
baked in O regon’s largest, most sanitary bake shops.
When in Portland,
be sure to visit the Pacific Coast Biscuit Company and see for yourself
under what ideal conditions these wholesome cakes and crackers are baked.
Recommended and For Sale by
Pa c i f i c
G. H . Lichthorn
Cazadero Merc. Co.
Program, Estacada, Oregon, July 5th Celebration
Held under the auspices of the Estacada Volunteer Firemen
At Sunrise_____ SALUTE
9:15 A. M.........AU TO M O B ILE PARAD E : 1st Prize best decor
ated auto, $6.; 2nd Prize best decorated auto, $4.
10:30 A. M.......... B A LL GAME: Logan vs. Estacada at ball park
12:00 N o o n ....... D IN N E R HOUR
1:00 P. M ._____ SPEAKIN G in Estacada Park
1:15 P. M.......... DANCING begins in Pavilion
2:00 P. M . .......RACES in Estacada Park:
1st Race 100 yd. dash, free for all; 1st prize.
Fish Pole by B. H. Finch; 2nd prize, Fish Reel
by W. D. Henthorn
2nd Race 100 yd. dash for boys 16 years or un
der, prize. Glove and Mask by R. G. Marchbank
3rd Race -F a t Men’s race for men over 200 lbs.,
prize. Box Cigars by J. R. Smith o f Portland
4th Race Girls’ race 18 years and under, 50 yds.;
prize, pair Mary Jane Slippers by Waterbury
5th Race Girls’ race 12 years and under, 25 yds.,
prize. Big Box Candy by G. H. Lichthorn
6th Race Shoe race for Girls, 25 yds., prize,
Jewel Case by F. E. Beckwith
7th Race—Boys’ race 12years and under, 50 yds.,
prize, Base Ball Glove by Ed Boner
8th Race Married Women’s race, 50 yds., prize.
Sack Dement’s Best Flour by Tracy & Givens.
9th Race Three Legged race, 50 yds., prize.
Box Cigars by F. Bartholomew.
10th Race Little Girls' race under 7 years, 25
yds., prize, Box Candy by Aldon Candy Co.
11th Race Backwards race free all, 25 yds.,
prize. $2 in Trade by Park & Closner.
12th Race Small Boys' race under 7 years, 25 ...
yds., 1st prize. Pair Shoes by Wm. Dale; 2nd
prize. Bah Bat by Estacada Pharmacy
13th Race Cracker Eating Contest for Girls,
prize. Pair Silk Stockings by East Clackamas
8:30 P M..........A L L NIGH T DANCE BEGINS
(A ll numbers on this program will take place on time.)
It is surprising the amount of
good things one can see and hear
at the Willamette Valley Chau
tauqua for $2.50, the price of a
season ticket, which gives you
access to the grounds for the en
tire season of thirteen days —
Tuesday, July 6th to Sunday
July 18th, inclusive. Camping
privileges cost $1 and a tent may
be rented for $2. I f purchased
in books of ten tickets the price
is $2 each.
The program for 1915 is one of
the best yeit offered. Among the
lecturers are Arthur A. Franzke,
Mrs. A. C. Zehner, Senator E. J.
Burkett, o f Nebraska; Rev.
Father Me Corrv, Dr. R. A.
Nichols, Newell Dwight Hillis,
Nets Darling, Col. W. H. Miller,
Col. Bain, Fred Eugene Baker,
and Congressman Willis C. Haw
Next in importance is the mus
ical talent headed by Ciricillo’s
Royal Italian Band; The Swiss
Alphine Yodlers, Royal Hungar
ian Orchestra, Schumann Quintet,
Saxony Opera Singers, Charlotte
Bergh the Norwegian Nighten
gale, Adelphian Quartet, Buck
ner’s Jubilee Singers and the
Other talent includes Marion
Ballou Fisk, Cartoonist-lecturer;
Marietta LaDell, Celebrated en
tertainer; Della Crowder Miller,
Bargelt, reader and sketch artist;
The Magical Floyds, Kings o f
melody, mirth and mystification.
To fill in interims for each
member o f the family, there’s
the Summer School, Daily Forum,
Baseball every afternoon. Civic
Parliament, Kindergarten Work,
special music by Chautauqua
Chorus under direction of Prof.
J. H. Cowan and other features
too numerous to mention.
Gla ’stone Park is an ideal
camping spot; plenty o f shade
and excellent water. Cars run
to the park gates.
For an outing that is very sat
isfactory and pleasing, at a very
low cost, the Willamette Valley
Chautauqua is the place to go.
Enjoys Auto Ride
A. M. Shibley o f Springwater,
82 years old, who owing to par
alysis has been confined to his
home for the past three years,
this week made a call on Mr. and
Mrs. John Stormer o f Estacada,
which was thoroughly enjoyed
The trip was made in the new
Studebaker auto o f his son, J. A,
Shibley, and it is hoped that the
old gentleman will be able to en
joy more such trips.
Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Dunlop o f
Garfield entertained a few friends
last Wednesday evening, in hon-
of their third wedding anniver
E. W. Bartlett o f Estacada is
making a short business trip to
Eugene this week.
A niece from Portland of Mrs.
Frank Gibb o f Viola is spending
the summer at her home.