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About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 20, 1916)
Will Build This Spring
Have you a
S. W. Lawrence, owner of the
You can SAVE $ $ ? NOW j Portland
Laundry of Portland, j Watch, Clock
. . .
j i t
. was an Estacada business visitor j
By buying HarflWarC, StOVCS, Flows and Implements Wednesday, having spent the
or piece of
dav in Springwater, where he is ¡
Before Feb. 1st
' ; interested wi t h his brothers. ¡
i George and Lou, in farming and
You will need these goods as soon as Spring opens up.
M r. Lawrence contemplates ON THE BUM?
Buy now and save 10 "•
building this spring on his prop
erty, which was formerly the
My Work and Prices aie
Raymond place at the top of the
Springwater Hill. He will erect
2 5% O FF
house, barns and other build-
Let me show you.
on all Heaters, Horse Blankets, Buggy Robes, Collar Pads and Whips .a 1 ings.
He interviewed several lo-
mill and lumbermen as to the
and lor every $10.00 W orth of other Hardware or
lumber and hopes to be able to
Implements (gun shells, cartridges and dynamite) ex
F. E . B e c k w i t h
! buy all needed supplies for the
cluded, we will give $1. worth of other Merchandise
building from local merchants,
although at present, owing to
FREE OF C H A R G E
These prices are for Cash Only and are good until Feb. 1st. cal supply of lumber is low.
E S T A C A D A . OREGON.
Mr. Lawrence al so contem
plates planting an acreage to
Bert H Finch -
the coming spring.
H ardw are
Coasting and Skating
Special for Saturday
Coasting on the Main St. hill has
¡furnished great sport for the Es
tacada people, young and old. forj
i past ten days. Beginning Mon-¡
day and up to today, a few ventor-:
; some men and hoys have been
i skating on the river near the park,
j where the ice is 2 to 4 in. thick.
D odge B rothers
Very much more remarkable
than anything we might say
about the car, are the remark
able things people continue
to say about it everywhere.
The motor is 30-35 horsepower
The price of the Touring Car or Roadster complete is $730,
(f. o. b. Detroit)
J. R. Morrow, Prop.
We have a choice display of
It’s H e re !
and See It!
China and Glass Ware
Blue Granite Ware
at cost and less
We now have a H E A R S E to use
in our U N D E R T A K I N G business
also C A S K E T S carried in stock.
The NEW “ J
f a r m e n g in e
Economical — Simple —
Light W eight—Substantial
Fool-Proof Construction —
Barrel Cylinder Bore
Data Needed for School Rate The Progress has volunteered Gun
Traffic Manager, F. 1). Hunt parents, contemplating sending
of the P. R. L. & P. Co., was an their children to the Estacada
Estacada business visitor Tues
or who are now doing so
day. attending to several import schools,
would use such reduced
ant matters, among them being transportion,
asked to advise
the establishment of a special the Progress are office
154 H. P.
rate for school children, between This rate will also apply at between
on skids with
Barton, way i>oints and Estaea- Cazadero and Estacada'
BUI LT- IN
In order to determine the exact
rate, which will be aliout l-'4c Songs Between The Act*
per mile, with a minimum fare Announcement is made of an 3 H .P .— $60. 6 H. P. — $110
All F. O. B. Factory •
of 3c. it is necessary that the added attraction to the C. I. C. !
approximate number of pupils play to be given at Boner’s The ** More Than Rated Power
who would now avail themselves
of such a rate and the number atre. the 29th. as Mr. Harry Wil and a Wonder at the Price’*
who would take advantage of liams of the Apollo Club of Port
C. C. MILLER
same at the beginning of another land will render vocal selections
school year, be ascertained.
between the acts.
Furniture—Mattresses — Dishes—Rugs
Carpets Wall Paper Utensils— Etc.
Get our prices before buying elsewhere.
Estacada Furniture Co.
County Autos Return
The annual report for 1915
from the office of the Secretary
of State, shows that the receipts
from automobile, motorcycle,
chauffers' and dealers’ regien a-
tions, transfers and duplicates
from Clackamas County lor the
past year, was $3.367.50. After
deducting the expenses incurred,
there was remitted to the Clack
amas County Treasurer, $2,697.
RECIPE TOR GRAY HAIR.
To half pint of w ater add 1 oz. Bay
Rum, a sm all box of B arbo Compound
and '4 oz. of glycerine. Apply to the hair
twice a week until it becom es the desired
shade. Any d ru g g ist can put this up or
you can mix it a t hom e at very little cost.
Full directions for m aking and use come
in each box of B arbo Compound. It will
gradually da* «ten streaked, faded gray
hair, and rem oves dandruff. It is excel
lent for falling hair and will m ake harsh
hair soft and glossy. It will not color the
scalp, is not sticky o r greasy, and does not