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About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 23, 1915)
Is Your Bed Prepared For Winter?
W o o l Blankets of Fine Quality in best colors, grey, tan,
plaid, etc., in sizes from 64x76 to 70x80, at $2. to $6. a pair
Men’s Night Clothes.
A fine qual
ity medium weight outing flannel
H eavy outing flannel extra size
per garment $1.
Best quality flan
nelette, big and roomy
Boys’ and Misses’
5 0 c and $1.
“St. Regis” very finest pure wool in
grey and pink plaids, white, etc.,
70 x 80
per pair $8 50
Ready made Batts.
tan or grey,
54x72, pair $1.
grey or white, 64x76, ’
white or ta ¡,
blue and white 70x84, ’
The “ Batavia”
Good quality one piece quilted
30x40 blue and pink with animal
border and nursery designs,
cotton batts in 3tt> rolls, each 90c
Good quality white cotton batts
in full 14 oz. rolls,
1 2 '¿c
36x60 pink and blue with dog and
East Clackamas Supply Company
“ Your Satisfaction is. Our Success”
Growers Must Unite
Mr. J. E. LaCroy and Miss
6.00 Pearl Bateson o f Viola were mar
ment into the jard s and familar-
6.00 ried in Vancouver, Wash., Sept.
ize themsleves with the process
6.65 1st, the ceremony being wit
o f selling and other details.
5.00 nessed only by a few relatives
Market report o f the Portland
4.85 and friends. A fter a bounteous
Union Stock Yards Co., North
4.75 wedding supper served at the
Portland, Oregon, Monday, Sept.
4.50 Multnomah hotel, in Portland,
20, 1915. Receipts for Monday
6.75 the bride and groom boarded a
are cattle 1233; calves 25; hogs
6.70 south-bound train for San Fran
2606; sheep 465.
6.65 cisco, remainirfg there two weeks,
Cattle market opened up this
6.60 ; visiting the most important pleas
morning with a run o f 1200 head.
7.00 ure resorts and taking in the Pan
Prices ruled around the 6.90 mark
6.00 ama Exposition.
for choice steers, 5.00 for best
They returned to the parental
cows, bulls at 4.00 and stags went
5.00 home near Viola where they will
as high as 6.65. The stock went
reside with his mother, Mrs. M.
fast with bulk ranging from 6.00
to 6.50; outlook fair.
Joe is weli a n d favorably
With a fair run o f 2600 hogs,
Manager P. F. Standish o f the known, having resided in this
trading in the swine division was
Estacada exhibit at the county neighborhood most o f his life,
not very brisk, owing, probably,!
fair phoned to the Progress j his parents being among the old
to lack o f quality. One load o f
Wednesday afternoon that all est residents o f this section. He
good hogs brought 6.75, 10c overj
judging o f exhibits had not been ; is the only surviving son, while
last week’s close. The bulk sold
finished, but that Estacada had j Miss Bateson is the oldest daugh
at 6.50 to 6.65.
won first prize in the community ter o f Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Bate
Sheep transactions were made
son o f Logan. Both have many
rapidly with an advance o f 25c
While the names o f exhibitors friends in and around this part
on yearlings. Lambs are grab-1
were not learned, first prizes had who wish them much happiness
bed up quickly at 7.00, ewes at
also been awarded Estacada ex and success in their wedded life.
5.00 and wethers 5.50.
hibits for canned fruit, knitted) A few o f the boys greeted them
The packers can easily handle
shawl, fancy night gown, crazy in “ quite a friendly” manner on
many more sheep than have been
quilt, with second prizes for ex their return, leaving the house
coming in; receipts for today to-,
hibits o f preserves, jellies and like an open air sanitarium,
taled to about 425 head.
Representative sales areas fol-
A full list o f the local awards
Ed Boner and A. Benson o f Es
with the names o f the exhibitors
7.00 will be available by the next is tacada are enjoying the Round
Up at Pendleton, having left last
6.85 sue o f the Progress.
i 102 cows
Complete with Electric
Starter and Lights
$ 745 .
Free Demonstrations Gladly Given.
H. P. Jochimsen
Dr. Adix performed two oper
ations last Wednesday at the
Good Samaritan Hospital in Port
land, one patient being P. J.
Corkery o f Copenhagen Bros, and
the other Mr. Woolsey o f Esta
R. S. Coop o f Currinsville, last
Tuesday night, suffered the loss
o f 28 chickens killed by some an
imal, which he thinks was a dog.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm Dale, and
Mr. and Mrs. Owen Smith o f Es
tacada, motored to Dufur, Or. a
week ago Tuesday, returning the
they visited at the home o f Mr.
and Mrs, Dale’ s daughter, Mrs.
Trank M. Gill.