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About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 17, 1916)
Of The Season
We Are Not In The
Bat Are Running Independent
And always in line to fur
nish you guaranteed mer
chandise at the LOWEST
Fix up your
order to the mail order house
and see if we cant fill it at
the same price or less.
All we ask is for the same
chance that you give them.
‘The Quality Store’
Complete with Electric
Starter and Lights
$ 745 .
D em m tration s Gladly Given.
H. P. Jochimsen
$2. a day.
A few weeks ago, little Tommy
An all-night dance, wi t h a
Henry Githens of Currinsville | McCabe of Eagle Creek, while at
bountiful supper served at mid j is spending this week at Brown- play, fell and broke his leg above
night, will cap the climax of the ville, Or., where he is purchas the koee. Owing to the fracture
season’s dances, when the C. I. ing some thoroughbred Hereford | having occured in the fleshy part
C. give their next party, at the heifers. These fine animals will of the leg, it was only after con
Estacada Pavilion, Monday even be shipped by boat and rail to siderable hard work that Dr.
Estacada, where they will be ad Adix was able to set the broken
ing, February 21st.
to his herd, which is now bones without the aid of the
This affair, coming the evening
before a legal holiday, should headed by a fine registered Here X-ray.
bring out a crowd, for Bronson’s ford bull.
Last Wednesday, Tommy, who
Mr. Githen’s purchases a re was able to be about on a crutch,
orchestra will furnish the music
and with Mrs. Bob Currin at the coming from the famous herd be slipped on a wet plank, fell and
head of a committee of five la longing to Frank Cochran of broke the leg again and may be
dies, a success is assured.
permanently crippled as the re-
| suit, notwithstanding the ability
Dont forget it is f o r next
j of the doctor to again join the
Monday evening at the Estaca
Supper Nets $25.
da Pavilion, with dancing from 9
The chicken supper, which was
to 3 and everyone is invited to
served last Saturday evening in
join the crowd. Tickets $1. as
the M. E. Church’s new base
An informal dancing party was
usual with ladies free.
given last Friday e vening at the
ment, netted about $25.
It is highly probable that the George Club house and on Satur
ladies could have gotten off with day evening a business meeting
less work and donations, had was held, at which time it was
Clyde Denny Managing Fditnr
each member contributed her decided to issue “ social member
share in cash, but the rest of us ships” for non-members w h o
Veneta Page Local Editor
would not have profited by one may desire to participate in the
Lewis Jones Spurting Editor
social enjoyments of the club.
KAZEEMA - seems to be a rath
er secret part of the French Car
nival, but the editor has been in
formed by the managing person
that Kazeema has been ordered
and is on its way to the play-shed
where it may be seen March 10.
The big event of next week
has not eaten a bite for over four months, we have
will be the debate between the
looked it over and could not find any place for re
pairs, we turned on the switch and it started with
Woodburn's negative and Esta-
out any trouble. We have fed our horses well dur
cada’s affirmative teams. This
ing the same time and a few days ago one horse
will be held in the Assembly Hall
took sick and died.
on February 25th at 7:30 o ’clock.
The Samson Model 15 is a good machine but the
16 models are better. The new small machine is a
Dont forget the annual enter
little heavier, has more traction, and several other
tainment on Feb. 22nd. The
new and effective points. If you are interested in
main speaker of the day will be
the new Samson Sieve Grip Tractor, we will be
pleased to send you Sieve Grip Siftings, if you so
a University of Oregon man, who
Better still, we will be glad to wire your
will speak from 11 until 12o’clock,
order to come in the next carload for Portland,
on the subject, “ The Life of
which will be scon.
Washington” A Parent Teach
ers meeting will be held in the
Tractor vs Horses
$10. a week
W. R. REID
The E. H. S. basket ball team
lost a hard fought game to the
! Springwater five last Saturday
! night by the score of 28 to 15.
i The game was fast and the vic
tory was not determined until the
last few minutes of play.
Actual track training begins
March 1 and E. H. S. expects to
have about 25 candidates out for
positions on the team. With all
Local and Tourist Trade Solicited
the letter men along with the
i new material we expect to have
! an excellent team which will
Take Your Choice Delivered at your door come near landing the county
One of the most delightful Resorts
on the Coast
45c a month — Evening Telegram — Daily
— Portland Journal — Daily
— Morning Oregonian — Daily
Deliveries made within Estacada city limits.
75c a year Weekly Oregonian — by mail
” —Semi-Weekly Journal — by mail
3.50 ’ ’ — Evening Telegram, daily—by mail
Ed BonCT Estacada, Ore.
Lunches • Confectionery • Cigars • Kodaks
Leave your order with
Breaks Leg Twice
E. H. S. ECHOES
L . A . Chapman
Next Friday night the E. H. S.
basket ball team will clash with j
the Oregon City High School at
Oregon City. This is the first of
a series of two games, the next
game to be played at Estacada,
Sat. Feb. 26. “ Watch the old 1
fight” against the County Seat-
D o d g e B rothers
Thousands of these cars have traveled thousands
of miles, Winter and Summer, in all lands.
As a result, every dealer has accumulated a mass
of interesting and impressive information.
example, they are constantly receiving reports
from owners of the unusual economies in gasoline
consumption, tire mileage and repair bills.
These owners’ experiences are so much out of the
ordinary, and indicate such a marked saving, that
we are sure it will be well worth your while to
inquire into them.
ASK THE MAN WHO OWNS ONE.
The motor is 30-35 horsepower
The Price at Estacada, fully equipped
$ 880 .
J. R. Morrow, Prop.