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About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 26, 1915)
The MECHANICAL WASHER and
STERILIZER for quick and complete
bowl-cleaning is pushing the old style,
slow “ hand-washing” methods to the
The UNITED STATES is the only
separator adapted to mechanical wash
SOLID NICKEL SILVER used only
in the skimming device of U. S. Cream
Separators, is a metal that rust
We guarantee it.
With a surface always so smooth, and
with the U. S. skimmer so free from
obstructing corners and a n g l e s ,
Nickel Silver is remarkably easy to
clean anti, therefore, ideally sanitary.
The U. S. s'kimming device is composed
of smooth, curved blades or plates open
from center to cireuiufet. nee, through
which the washing wate* is forced in
SOLID NICKEL SILVER is easy
to clean anyway, hut with the Mechau-
ical Washer is cleaned in less than
half the time of other skimming
The SAN ITARY LINER is easily
removed from the bowl chamber and
washed with other parts No milk
comes in contact with the iron bowl
Let us show you these superior quali
East Clackamas Supply Co.
S A T IS F A C T IO N
Concert Saturday Evening
Ford Tour - Grand Ensemble
The following program will be
A trip through the surround
The auto trip last Tuesday,
rendered at the concert to be giv
with dinner at Welches, as the ing country shows many indica
en at the Springwater Church,
tions of present prosperity, with
guests o f J. W. Reed, was parti
Saturday evening, August 28th,
the building o f several new homes
cipated in by 70 Ford owners and and the remodeling and painting
beginning at 8.15 sharp
o f others. The A. W. Botkin
mission will be 25 cents for a-
The procession leaving Estaca- home in Lower Garfield when
dults; 15 cents for children. Re
da consisted o f 22 Ford cars and completed will be a very pretty
freshments will be served.
homelike bungalow, with ample
the trip was enjoyed by all.
porches and rooms. The I. G.
The dinner hit the right spot Wulf home, formerly the W. R.
When Winds Breathe Low
and with the impromptu program Stokes’ property in Garfield is
following, left everyone feeling being repainted and the new
Hymn to Music____________ Buck
at peace with the world and glad owner is undertaking other im
Lost C h ord......... .......... .Sullivan
that they w ere patrons or friends provements. The W. F. Cary
home on Terrace Addition is fast
o f their genial host.
nearing completion and is one of
The Long Day Closes.....Sullivan
the most up to date residences in
The Bill o f Fare (Humorous)
Estacada, with cement basement,
big fireplace, modern plumbing
Covered with dust, oii and poi- and other conveniences.
H um oresque____________ Dvorak i son oak rash, Messrs. A. E.
Ballet M usic______ ________ Jade Sparks, J. F. Lovelace and fam
Anti-Saloon League Superintendent
Flayed: Mrs. C. F. Aue, vio ilies, returned to Estacada last
lin; Mary Folsom, piano; C. F. Tuesday afternoon, from their
six weeks automobile tour o f
At the Estacada M. E. Church,
California. The C. W. Devore
Gavotte Louis XIII
party are due here any day, as next Sunday evening, August
Asa’s Death______________ Grieg they where traveling at a slower | 29th, at 8 o ’ clock, R. F. Hutton,
Flayed: Mrs. C. F. Aue, vio-j rate.
State Superintendent o f the
lin; Miss Rachel Reed, Piano;
The members o f the entire Anti-Saloon League o f Oregon,
C. F. Aue, 'cello.
party are enthusiastic over their will speak.
trip, but glad to get home again.
Violin Sonata ___________ Mozart j On their return they were among
Flayed: Mrs. Aue and Miss the first guests to stop at the
Springfield, Oregon free camping
A doration...... ............ .Borowski and garage quarters for autoists
and are enthusiastic over the gen
Miss Minnie Aue
erosity and hospitality o f that
’ Cello Solos
enterprising town, as even the I will room 10 to 20 girls. Nice
Mr. Aue and Miss Reed
mayor called and bade them
parlor, bath, and single
The Bandelero welcome.
or double rooms.
The travellers should receive
Tenor Solo I Hear You Calling Me good pay as living testimonials o f
the merits o f their Dodge cars, Call or phone, Mrs. I. M. Park
Piano Solo, The Old Oaken Bucket which made the trip without any
Route 2, Estacada, Or.
Miss Mary Folsom
repair bills incurred.
High School Girls
$2. a day.
$10. a week
One o f the most delightful Resorts
on the Coast
Local and Tourist Trade Solicited
Estacada and Portland
Daily Auto Service
via Currinsville, Eagle Creek and Barton.
Passenger and Parcel Express.
Car leaves Estacada,
Marchbank’s Store 7:45 A.M .
Returning leaves Portland,
1st and Alder Sts. 3:30 P.M.
Will deliver and collect goods along* the
route, do buying and errands
for parties desiring same.
Same as the Railway.
For Reservation or other Information
Phone R. G. Ma chbank, Estacada, Or.
L. E. Folsom
(N ew Dodge Car)
While they last
Straw Hats lor
Jelly Glasses per dozen
to close out— at
Park & Closner