Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916, October 07, 1915, Image 3

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    We have the goods
You have the money
You want our goods
We want your money
‘‘Let’s Swap”
Everything in Groceries
Waterbury & Chapman
“ The Quality Store”
Closed Saturday, Oct. 9th
Open in Our New Quarters, Oct. Ilth
Corner 2nd and Broadway
Park & Ciosner
Hunt Building
(K a in ilito a l!
Piano and Vocal Instructor
405 12th St. Portland or Progress
Land Clearing
is done with the
KiRSTIN One Man Stump Puller
On display and for sale by
Albert Adlon South Estacada
or inquire at Progress office.
Having taken the agency for the
Wirt Nursery Stock
in this section, I will be pleased
to call on anyone wishing
Good Nursery Stock
Write, Phone or Call on
Sam J. Howe • Estacada
School Notes
All the organizations o f th e!
Do You Need a Separator?
High School have elected their
officers. The presidents and sec-1
, retaries of the different organ­
izations being Lewis Jones, pres.,
j Dora Currin, sec., of the Student
¡Association; Clyde Denny, pres.,
1 Christina Graham, sec., of the
Websterian Society; Della Lovell,
Our New 1916 Model DeLavals have arrived
pres., Leo Havens, sec., of the
and we can sell them on Very Easy Terms
Adelphic Society; McColly Dale,
and will allow you 30 days FREE TRIAL
pres., Echo Wade, sec., of the |
if you so desire.
Senior Class; Joseph Demoy, |
pres., Hattie Belfils, sec., of the
Junior class; Harold Young, pres.,
A dandy line of
from $ 1.50 to $ 16 . 0 j
Gladys Ely, sec., of the Sopho- *
more Class; Homer Sarver, pres.,
A full line of
Belva Shmidt, sec., o f the Fresh­
man Class.
A Real Cream Separator
We have them
Heating Stoves
Oliver Chilled Plows and Repairs
The new members to enter E.
H. S. this week are Clyde Denny,
Stanley Turel and Henry Spies,
thus making an enrollment of 99. “
The Annual Foot Ball Rally j
was held last Friday night. A
large number of students attend­
ed, showing the real school spirit.
The Adelphic Society will ren­
der the literary program Friday j
afternoor. The main feature o f !
1 the program is the debate—Re­
solved that Suffrage should be 1
restricted by educational qualifi­
cations. Aff. Lloyd Ewalt and
Eleanor Bews.
Neg. — Lewis
Jones and Echo Wade.
Although E. H. S. did not win
in the Foot Ball game the boys
held Franklin down to the close
score of 14 to 13 in favor of
Franklin High. The boys played
an excellent game and were en­
thusiastically supported on the
side lines by the rah, rah, boys
and girls.
This Saturday Estacada Foot
Ball team will play Canby at
Canby and the boys are working
hard preparing to meet this team.
The Student Body has issued
Semester tickets which are to be
sold to the students. These tick­
ets will admit the holder to any
school function during the se­
mester and may be purchased
for $ 1 . 5 0 . ____
Generous Hunters Return
Judging from the account in
the Molalla Pioneer, that town
has some skilled and generous
hunters, who recently returned
from the Cow Creek Canyon
country w i t h fourteen deer.
These hunters presented the edi­
tor with a generous supply of,
venison to prove their claims,
which is a custom worthy of em­
ulation elsewhere, not only guar­
anteed publicity to the nimrod
but furnishing nourishment to :
said editor’s family.
Miss Esther Revell, who. last
year was in charge of the Tracy j
School in Garfield, but now teach­
ing in Damascus, was a visitor
last Saturday and Sunday at the
the W. R. Reid home in Garfield.
Bert H Finch -
* Estacada
Owing to unforseen conditions,
the contemplated exhibit by the
Portland Railway
Light & Power Co.
Of the resources of
Eastern Clackamas County
cv4.t the
and L a n d
Has been withdrawn