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About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 16, 1915)
prices on slippers
W h ile they last - we price as follows:-
Ladies’ $2.50 Slippers— now $2.10
Mary Janes '
1 25 Peek-a-Boo
Ladies' Summer Vests
2 for 25c
A full line of Groceries always in stock
Prices as low as can be made
Waterbury & Chapman
“ The Quality Store"
Floors well Covered ?
Linoleum—6 ft. wide— 50c 60c 70c sq. yd.
Japanese Matting Rugs
Fall Plowing Time Is Near
Bert H Finch
9x12 ft.— $3.50
$7. to $13. less5 %
Perry Kitzmiller, superinten
dent o f the Eagle Creek Trout
Feeding Ponds reports having
sent out several cans of fry for
restocking nearby streams. R. J.
Palmateer and Tom Carter o f
Garfield hauled 2550 eastern
brook trout to Delf Creek and a
like number o f rainbow to the
upper waters o f Eagle Creek.
A similar supply was liberated in
Clear Creek near Elwood through
the efforts o f Chris Bittner.
R. E. Clanton, Supt. of the
State Fish and Game Commission
and A. Wallace, a well known
Portland sportsman visited the
feeding ponds last week and are
enthusiastic over the success of
this form o f trout propagation.
Ready to Grade
Heavy yard wide Chinese Matting 35c yd.
Low price for two weeks only.
Individual and Bath Rugs—
Axminster - $2.75 to $4.75 each
Wool Fibre Rugs — 36x63 inches — $1.65
Remember we are headquarters for
in conformity with quality
An enjoyable surprise party
was held last Saturday evening
at the Garfield Grange Hall, in
honor of A. C. Davis, leader of
the famous Garfield Band.
You will either need a N ew Plow or some
Mr. Davis is moving with his
Repairs for your Old one.
family to Milwaukie and his ab
sence from the community and
We have JUST RECEIVED a LARGE assortment of Fall Goods.
especially from the leadership o f
the band will be keenly felt.
O L I V E R 4U’s, 50’s, H -O ’s and 222’s. P & O chilled
About fifty friends and mem
Specials, Syracuse and John Deere Plows.
50 and 60
bers of the organization took part
tooth D rag Harrows, Spring Tooth and Disc Harrows,
in the evening’s good time,
Grain and Grass Seeders. W e also have a nice line of
which ended up with refresh
Plow Repairs, Shares, Landsides, Mouldboards, Bolts
W e are in a Position to fill A L L your
S. Pesznecker on behalf o f the
Orders for I M P L E M E N T S and H A R D W A R E
people of Estacada, Garfield,
George and Currinsville present
at R O C K B O T T O M P R IC E S .
ed to Mr. Davis a silver plate,
suitably engraved, and to Mrs.
Davis a beautiful locket, as a
token o f the esteem in which
they are held by their friends.
Estacada Furniture Co.
U n d ertakers
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Jones o f
Portland were guests at the A. 0.
Whitcomb ranch in Garfield over
Mr. Jones and Mr.
Whitcomb are old time railroad
friends, having been together in
the employ o f the C. B. & Q. Ry.,
for many years prior to Mr. Whit
comb’s moving here.
Contractors W. H. Young and
Harvey Mattoon, who were a-
warded the contract to rebuild
about one third o f the Trachsel
cut-off road, have already finish
ed the clearing and are now
ready to begin the grading.
The contractors are trying to
obtain a new survey o f that part
o f the road from the end o f their
work through to the Spring a ater
Hill road, as they claim future
work will be greatly expedited if
the curves near Trachsel’s house
5600 lbs. Per Acre
John Marchbank o f Estacada,
who is one of the best gardeners
in this territory has this year pro
duced 1400th of garlic on one
quarter acre o f his place.
product is now quoted at 6c per
pound, but last year at this time
was worth triple that amount.
Joe Nicholson of Garfield is en
thusiastic over his newest crop,
being Soudan grass, o f which he
has a small experimental piece,
Joe figures that his present show
ing will average a yield of six
tons to the acre. This grass is
admirably adapted for fodder and
in Texas, where the crop is more
generally grown, it yields three
ci ttings per acre of from 9 to
W ill take place at the
oArmory Bldg, in Portland
October 25th to November 13th
The Portland Railway Light
has reserved an exhibit space 50x15 feet,
in which will be shown a display of tne
land products grown in C LACKAM AS
COUNTY, along the Estacada inter-
T h e company will spare no expense
to make this exhibit of value to this
district, with an agricultural display,
supplemented by a monstrous map of
the country tributary to the Estacada
line, with photographs and other con
We ask the help acd co-operation of
every resident o f this section.
a display o f your best agricultural prod
ucts for use at that time, as the exhibits
from the county fairs will not be in good
condition for this display and fresh
produce will be needed.
If you will help make this exhibit a
success, save up your prize products
now and feel free to offer suggestions.
R. M. Standish