Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916, January 20, 1916, Image 2

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    Rebekahs And Odd Fellows
Install And Feast
At the joint installation of oth­
e r s of the Rebekahs and Odd
Fellows Lodges of Estacada, held
last Saturday evening, the fol­
lowing officers were installed:
High School Play Abandoned
Owing to lack of interest and
coopera'ion among the students)
of the high school, especially j
among those pupils who were to |
have taken part in the annual ■
play, scheduled for next Friday)
night, the play has been aban­
REBEKAHS
Dist. I). G. F. Mrs. Mae Oakley doned.
Reed
Hogs Going Up
N. G. Clara Hicinbothom
V. G. Ethel Jones
It is a pleasure to chronicle a
W. Edith Trowbridge
strong upward tendency in th e :
C. Caroline Simmons
hog market, with tops quoted as j
R. S. N. G. Mary Eschelman
$7.20 at the Portland Union
L. S. N. G. Myrtle Byers
Stock Yards Monday last.
K. S. V. G. May Oakley Reed
There are many farmers in |
L. S. V. G. Eva Saling
this section who haVe been hold­
1. S. G. Mable Fanning
ing off the final fattening of th e ir;
O. S. G. Anna Watson
,
hogs for months past, awaiting a j
Chaplain Myrtle Belfils
price which wbuld allow of mak­
Organist Abbie Wagner
ing a profit, or at least breaking
Sec. Sarah E. Bates
even for the feeding and care. 1
Treas. Edith Woods
This upward market tendency)
ODD FELLOWS
will be good news to these stock
D. D. G. M., 1. O. 0. F. Chas. raisers.
Hicinbothom
R. S. S. S. Chas. Linn
N. G. Earl Jones
i L. S. S. S. B. R. Kimmel
V. G. J. V. Barr
R. Sec. E. B. Byers
I. 8. G. G. B. Linn
O. S. G. C. A. Havens
F. Sec. J. K. Ely
Chaplain 0. E. Smith
Treas, H. S. Jones
Following the installation cere
R. S. N. G. Chas. Hicinbothom
monies and programs, all march
L. S. N. G. Roy Linn
ed into the banquet hall, where!
R. S. V. G. J. W. Reed
a sumptuous dinner was enjoyed. )
L. S. V. G. Earl Day-
( pronounced S h ev - r o - lay )
'T' he fastest and most powerful, 2 and 5 pas­
senger automobile ever produced under
$700.
The ce'ebrated "VALVE IN HEAD”
motor.
Electric lights, bright and dim.;
self starter (that starts everytime); electric
horn: everything used in an expensive car.
The best value in a modern priced car ever
given.
Extra rim and demountable wheels.
Average 25 miles to a gallon of gasoline.
THREE SPEEDS FORWARD.
No car
FULLY EQUIPPED, is near this in price.
Completely Equipped
“ The Product of Experience”
On the market three years
Clackamas Garage
- - $685.
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A 15 ce it quality
JUNE PEAS
7 k
A
CAM
$1.75 a case,
while they last
One more week of the January Sale with Specials in All Departments.
15c pkg. Corn Puffs
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11c
15c pkg. Kellog’s Wheat Biscuit 11c
15c pkg. Violet Oats
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11c
15c pkg. Quaker White Oats lie
Don’t forget our Special Prices on all Shoes this month.
Now Is The Time To Buy T hem
$1. Ladies’ Outing Flannel Night Gowns
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78c
$1. Men’s Outing Flannel Pajamas
-
$1. Outing Flannel Night Gowns
78c
78c
There are other Bargains as good as these in Blankets, Sweaters, etc.
Have you seen our
cyllurrinum Ware?
$1. Aluminum Ware (any piece) $ .78
1.50 ”
”
”
1.15
2.
”
”
”
158
It is guaranteed to wear for
20 Y E A R S
EAST CLACKAMAS SUPPLY CO.
‘‘Your Satisfaction Is Our Success”
Chevrolet
line uippeil
Saturday Special
$ 675 .
Estacada, Oregon.
Jingle Bells H alf the W ay
A real old fashioned sleigh-
ride party started out from Esta­
cada last Friday night as the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W' Giv­
ens, to the accompaniment of the
merry jingle bells, and one team
of horses, but after traversing
about one mile, another team
was added.
An hour or two later, while
passing the Garfield school, the
old four hoss sleigh done broke
down and all voyagers were
transferred to a borrowed wood
rack, with wheels instead of run­
ners.
Even with the thermometer
below freezing and three hours
consumed in the journev, a good
time was had at Log La Barre,
the party returning to Estacada
about milking time.
Springwater Beats The Peninsulas
The Springwater basketball
team defeated the fast Peninsula
Park quintet last Saturday night
at the Dodge Hall, by the store
of 24 to 19. At the end of the
first half the visitors were ahead
by 11 to 8 points, but it was the
final score that ‘‘brought home
the bacon.”
Manager Horner is in receipt
of a letter from the Oregon City
basketball tossers, saying that
they are very sorry they cannot
play a game against the locals,
as their schedule is filled.
They are not half as sorry as
the sporting fans of this section
are, for a clash between eastern
and western Clackamas teams is
always a welcome sight, even if
we should possibly happen to get
beaten.
Change ot Location
We beg to announce the removal of our mill and lumber \ard s from the present location in Springwater,
to a new location, one and one-half miles east, near the old Cunningham place.
The removal of the mill is now going on but will be ready for operation by March 1st next.
We will also open a branch yard in Springwater about one-half mile south of the Springwater Store on the
Edgar Horner property and hope to soon be able to announce the opening of similar sales yards in Estacada.
Our new location is in the midst of one of the finest stands of timber in the state,
with from five to six million feet available.
We shall be able to supply all grades of lumber, including the best of mouldings, finish and dimension stock.
The patronage of our friends, the residents of Clackamas County, is respectfully scliciud.
Horner Brothers