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About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 14, 1915)
you prepared for
wet weather ?
Ladies’, Camden Toe, extra Heel, 65c
Ladies’ rolled edge heavy storm, 75C
Misses’ “ Blizzard” storm,
Men’ British toe rolled edge,
” “ Woonsocket” lor street wear, 85c
Ladies’ and Men’s Slip-ons and Rain-
pelle coats in dressy styles, $6.50 to $10.50
Men’s heavy Rubber Storm coats made
for hardest service,
Lighter grade in same coat,
Boy’s heavy Rubber Coats, all sizes $2.00
Rubber Boots and Shoes
Wales Goodyear Rubber Boots, $3.00
Short “ Woonsocket” Boot,
“ Elephant” brand, $4.50
8 inch Leather top Shoes,
Boys’ Rubber Squam Hats,
Ladies’ and Men’s,
$1. to $2.50
Let us outfit you for
EAST CLACKAMAS SUPPLYCO.
‘ ‘ YOUR
Novel Selling Plan
All of the residents of George The Cascade Realty Company
The Estacada High School and nearby country attended the of Estacada, comprising W. F.
Student body has joined the Ore annual all-day Missionfest at the Cary and E. S. Wooster, are this
gon High School Debating Lea George Presbyterian Church last week launching a realty selling
campaign which should meet with
gue. With the present large en Sunday.
The services were in charge of success, as it makes an attractive
rollment many students should
try out in this branch of student Rev. Hoffner, pastor o f t h e proposition not only for the in
activity. Thru this they are not church, and addresses were de vestor but for the man of limit
only benefitted individually but it livered by Rev. Aue of the Spring- ed means who desires to own lo
also helps to raise the standard water Presbyterian church, Mr. cal property.
They are offering for sale over'
W. Givens of Estacada and Rev.
of the school.
one hundred Estacada lots, at
Hayes of Portland.
“ 100 for Estacada High’’ is no An extensive and impressive prices ranging from $40. up, these
more a thing to be hoped for,
musical program was rendered lots to be sold at $1. down with
but is now a reality, for by the with
by the Garfield payments of 50c per week.
addition of Theodore Turel this band, selections
In addition to this they are in
by Mr. and
week, that standard of 100 has Mrs. C. F. Aue and Miss
Mary a position to build homes for pur
chasers of lots, on equally attrac
tive terms. The conducting of a
The Parent-Teachers Associa
live selling camnaign along these
tion will meet Thursday after
lines, should not only benefit th e !
noons at 3:30 P. M. All parents
Helen Hoss, teacher of individual buyers, but should I
are especially invited to be pres the Miss
Currinsville school, in keep stimulate municipal activity.
ing with the latest accepted
Next Saturday afternoon our methods of educational stimula
foot-ball team will meet the tion and rivalry amongst the
City Council, in
James-Johns High School team pupils, has established a monthly the absence of the
here. All foot-ball enthusiasts honor-roll, which for the month their regular monthly Mayor,
should be present for a lively
game is promised, especially if lowing:- Ralph Wade, Mary and cilman Jorg as acting mayor.
played according to the hard Glen Ely, Lydia and Walter Mat-
Bills were audited and allowed,
work and vim displayed in last son, Irene and Ted Saling, Irma including
money paid to Estacada
Saturday’s game, whereby E. H. Jones, Marie and Ray Heiple, men
the park during
S. returned with the notorious
the summer’s picnics.
score of 102 to 0 in our favor.
bills had been held up, in hopes
that the railway company would
The Websterian Society will
rolls or similar systems will pay for same, but on their re
render a literary program Friday or
the columns of thg Progress fusal, the city was forced to do
afternoon at 2:05. All are cor find
so. As $50 or more had been re
dially invited to these school pro ready to furnish publicity.
ceived by the city from fines dur
Currinsville vital statistics will ing the summer picnic season,
Mrs. Elizabeth Garvin and Mrs. show two male additions to the it covered the majority of the
Grace Stevenson of Highland, population of that community, policing expense.
New York left last Tuesday, with a son born to Mr. and Mrs.
The meeting adjourned to meet
after a weeks visit at the home Cleve Heiple, October 1st, and a Tuesday evening. October 19th.
of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Sparks of similar attraction the following when a number of important
day at the Richard Githens’ home. matters are to be considered.
Complete with Electric
Starter and Lights
$ 745 .
Free Demonstrations Gladly Given.
H. P. Jochimsen
C. C. MILLER