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About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 17, 1916)
Voting Contest Standing
Quarterly Business Meeting
Brides In India.
A bride in India never sees her hus
The quarterly business meeting band until after the marriage cere
o f the Estacada M. E. Church mony. The parents choose the wife
for the son o f the house without con
will occur next Saturday after sulting either party. Sometimes the
bride is as young as fourteen. The
noon, at 2 o ’oclock, with preach child is gorgeously dressed and placed
on a dais behind a sheet, the women
ing in connection with it.
o f tlie family being iu attendance.
N e x t Sunday morning, Dr.
On the other side o f the sheet are the
Ford will preach in Estacada and bridegroom and many o f his young
men friends. The groom keeps throw
at 7 P. M.’ will occupy the pulpit ing over jewels attached to flowers*,
at the Currinsville church. Ev which the women on the brides side
remove and place in her lap or on her
eryone is cordially invited to be , j»er8on.
This tirst ceremony is called the
Rev. H. Spiess.
shadee. and. although u man is allow ed
four wives, no other ever holds the
same position as the tirst rboseu for
Eagle Creek Dance
! him. The others are of little im|>or-
tuuce* living their lives more or less as
Fred Anderson advises that servants to the tirst wife. As the tirst
wife gets to middle age she is kuowu
bills will soon be out, announcing as the begum. — Pearson s Weekly.
a big dance to occur at Cogswells
Mystery of a Diplomat.
Hall, Saturday evening, March O f disuppearuuces most mysterious
4th, under the auspices o f the W. was the case of Benjamiu But hurst,
who vauished Nov. *«¿0. IHOil. while en
0. W. Camp. Everyone invited. gaged on u secret mission for the for
There lire two different kinds of men
fllve one n piere of rope and he will
tinner himself: trive a similar piece to
the other and he'll form a cordage trust.
— Washington Star
A Real Artist.
“ Is Rrushpen a irood artist?”
"Is he pood? Why. he not only can
draw pictures that are erood. hut he
can draw checks that are good ” — Pitts-
By medicine life may he prolonged.
yet death will seize the doctor too.-
eign office. Vienna was the young di
plomatist’s objective, and. with his
friend and valet, in a post chaise. I’erle-
berg. a small |H>sting town in uortji
Germany, hud been reuched.
Bathurst supped and slept, awaiting
the arrival of fresh horses. Waking,
he asked were tlie horses ready and
passed out of the door to make in
quiries Eight people saw him go out.
but none ever set eyes on him again*
Various theories were set ufooi— N’a
poleon’s spies, robbers, illness.
1912 in the forest near IVrleberg a
skeleton was discovered with a hole In
the skull as £|om a heavy blunt in
strument. Was it that o f ” the English
lord.” as Perleberg people surmised?
W e r e Giving - -
100 cents Worth of Value for each $ 1.
whether in Feed, Lumber, Shinnies, Lath, Sand or Gravel
4x12 inch Drain
$3.20 per hundred feet
30.00 ” thousand ”
Sand or Gravel
$2.50 per cubic yard
Estacada Lumber & Produce Co.
E. P. Allen
W. J. Samson
ii You Hove Any Broken Castings
RHINO THEM TO US, AS W E DO
• All Kinds Of Brazing
G ive Pesznecker A Chance
Sheet Metal Work v
Yale Lights and Stoves
General Repair Work
All Work Guaranteed
S. P. Pesznecker
Following is a list o f contest-
j ants and their respective stand-
W e are not in the V otin g Contest!
j ing in the Thousand Dollar Mer
chandise Prize Voting Contest,
but we are going to give
as shown by the ju dges’ count,
ending Wed nesday noon, Feb. 16,
the prize being awarded to the
contestant, having received the
greatest num berof votes, during
the past week, being Mrs. Mable
Wooster, with 41,979.
for cash on every dollars worth you buy in
Parties, whose names appear
below and who do r ot wish to be
Furniture- Mattresses— Dishes Hugs
¡contestants, are asked to kindly
Carpets— Wall Paper- Utensils Ete.
advise the judges or the Progress.
Get our prices before buying elsewhere.
Mrs Mable Wooster
M E Church
. Both we and the manufacturer are
so sure that you will buy either a
Mrs Theo Harders
4,995 ‘Motor Washer’ or a ‘Turbine Vacuum Washer’
if you are in the market for a
Mrs Chris Johnson
Mrs Della Vallen
that we will gladly let you take either one o f
these machines to your home, use it for one
G W Morgan
month, doing the family washing and if you
Mrs Guy Wilcox
are not satisfied, you can return it to us and
you need not pay us a cent.
S. W. Benjamin
The “ Motor Washer” hand power - $12.50
1,085 “ Turbine Vacuum Washer” hand power - $13.
Mrs Chas Duncan
With Premier Water Motors - $5.50 extra
E W Ficken
Mrs Wm Kaake
Mrs R T Carter
The following, each received
the nominating vote 1,000.
Mrs Ed Douglass
Mrs W E Cromer
Mrs Frank Boyer
Mrs Willis Yonce
IN T H E
Janies G Hamilton
Mrs Dr Morse
Mrs Archie Yocum
Mrs Rov Douglass
Mrs Guy Hunt
Mrs J W Stevens
Mrs J W Stuhhs
Mrs R E Davis
Mrs Lou Baker
Mrs B 0 Bosw ell
C I C
Garfield Country Club
5 % Discount
30 Days Free Trial
Estacada Furniture Co.
$1000 Voting Contest
The third weekly prize,
Ladies’ Writing Desk,
awarded the contestant receiving
the highest number o f votes,
during the week ending at noon