Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916, September 03, 1908, Image 4

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E TACADA
PROGRESS
( I NCORU'R VTKI>)
DIRHCTORS:
G ko . F st k s , President
A. F. S p a r k s , Vice President
C h a s . F. I> u h o i s
Xi:#l»!in v. In; lui*» I k .in vi.tin*: 111 :n FRt»t\ihi t t tie Ittuk is »%rov»'led with
U»‘ :i few days
they hail quite halt iso me uutiltic Home S. vings B.nks
which it will furnish t<> depositors in its
a .,('<) ’ tiiiK* together while here.
Savings Department free of charge to all
“ B en t” suns he hilled a line Luck savings depositors who now carry saving
the other d ay and u ju st tasted like accounts, or who open new accounts in
it used to. H e also threw dow n a that department.
Accounts may be started in the Savings
nice shining dollar and said this is
K. S. VVOMKR, Editor and Manager my subsetiption to the new pajier. IX jxirttneut with as small a sum as one
dollar or more at the will of the deposi­
Application for entry as second class matter at tho Let it come on and so it will. These tor. Four jier cent interest is |iaid on
postoffice at Estacada. Oregon, pending
are some, of the pleasantries of Savings Deposits and the interest is com­
puted and added to the principal twice a
Published Every Thursday Morning dt ' ‘newspaperdom. ”
year, after which it begins to draw other
ESTACADA, OKI GON
The Closes have rented the room interest. Call am! get one of the Home
formerly occupied by the Cunning- Savings Banks w ithout charge,
S U B S C R IP T IO N R A T E S
One year.....
S ix months
$1 00
50
Thursday,
Septem ber
3, 1008
ham saloon and intend moving
their soft drinks into it and vacate
their present quarters on Xobrist
street. They intend to run a strictly
up to-date temperance place for the
accomodation of their many patrons.
They intend to place a couple of
pool tables also in the room. Mr.
A 1 Close has had the place former­
ly occupied by n restaurant fitted
up as a residence and says he now
don't have to climb a long flight of
siaiis before he reaches home.
Real Estate
by the rol mail the original inliuh
Hains of t l.i, m ountain
f.is’ n .s
After reaching giecii timber we hud
a very good trail except for the
steepness of part of it. We made
camp at Cache. This is a low piece
of ground covering several acres
and covered with grass and is char­
acteristic of a number of such
places in the mountains. They are
called "prairies" though they little
»¡¡pm ble their namesake of the
Middle West.
Cache was named so. we were in­
formed, as a result of a band of In­
dians being snowed in at this point
A Mountain Ride With the
Forest Rangers
HLNRY V. ADiX, M. D.
FIRE
PROPERTY
OWNERS!
FARM ERS!
How about your crops?
flow about your buildings?
How about your furniture?
SEE
SCOTT
John
F IR S T
Brow n
R o c k w o o d , O re g o n
Phone
W.
C. W H IT F IE L D
T H R N SW
BLACKSMITH
Does all kinds of work in his lint* and
Solicits a Share of >our Patronage
And six other lines of fire insur­
ance
Remember he is an insurance .
*
man, thoroughly responsible
and reliable
WRITE HIM
Local and Long Distance Telephone
The doctor’s phone can l>e connected
with your home phone at night if re­
quested. One long ring.
When in need of
GROCERIES, CONFECTIONARY,
and PATENT MEDICINES
Don’t forget I can supply your
needs, and solicit your patronage
Or leave word at this office
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H. H u ghes,
Notiti» for Publication
Department of the Interior. l\ S. land
office at Portland, Oregon, July ¿7, 1908.
Notice is hereby given that Charles B.
Brown of Portland, Oregon, who, on Ju ­
ly 27, 1908, made timber and stone App.
No. 0160 for the west half of Northwest
quarter section 20, township 5 south, of
range 4 east, Willamette meridian has
filed notice of intention to make final
proof to establish claim to land above des­
cribed, before the register and receiver
at Portland, Oregon, on the 13th day of
October, 1908.
Claimant names its witnesses:
E. Turney of Portland, Oregon
O. M. Stafford of Portland, Oregon
George H. Bigelow of Portland, ore-
Arnt Jarstead of Portland, Oregon
Algernon S. Dresser, Register
Notice for Public dt ion
Department of the Interior. I . S. land
office at Portland, Oregon, July 23, 1908.
Notice is hereby given that Fred O. F il­
ers of Portland, Oregon, who, on July 23
1908, made timber laud application No.
0131 for northeast quarter, section 26.
township 3 south, of range 5 east of Wil­
lamette meridian, has filed notice of in­
tention to make final cash proof to estab­
lish claim to the land above described,
before the register and receiver of 1 '. S.
land office at Portland, Oregon, on the
9th day of October 1908.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Adolf Wiederhold of Bissel, Oregon
Harry A Filers of Portland, Oregon
Perry Kitzmiller of Dover, Oregon
Andrew Kitzmiller of “
“
Algernon S. Dresser, Register
¿m t*.
60 YEARS'
E X P E R IE N C E
P atents
'm m '
■ RADE
MARKS
D e s ig n s
C o p y r ig h t s A c .
quickly ascertain o u r op in ion fr e e w hether an
Invention is p roba b ly patentable. Com m unica­
tions strictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patents
sent free. OI«G‘ it «p on ey fo r ««‘curing patents.
P atents f.'iK.-ti th rou g h Mutin & Co. receiv e
tptclal notice, vlth ou t c harge, la t h e
Semitic American,
A han dsom ely iiln sfrated w eekly. L argest cir­
culation o f any sclent lllc Journal. T erm s, $3 a
fo u r m on th s, |L S old by all new sdealers.
XCo.3010'0^ New York
O illco. C25 F 8t.. W ash in gton , D . C.
- C a z a d e ro , O re;
J . V. BARR
Livery, Feed & Sale
B L A C K S M IT H
STABLE
W. A.
JO N E S
Is still at the old stand and willing to do
any of the work in his line
1 ’ROI’RIETOR
GIVE HIM A CALL
Good rigs and careful drivers always
SPECIAL
Given
A TTEN TIO N
Hunting and Fishing Parties
WOOD & LUMBER
PORTLAND
RESTAURANT
L. C. POSSON, Proprietor
Local and Long Distance Telephone
Agricultural College
4 »
+ + *
Home Cooking. Clean and Comfortable
Beds. Reasonable Rates.
Transient Custom Solicited.
Corvallis, Oregon
Offers collegiate courses in Ajçri-
cti 11 :, r in c lu d in g Agronomy, Hor-
t! i 1 ire. Animal Husbandry, Dai-
i- Husbandry, etc.; Forestry. Do-
■ 0 .Science and A rt; Mechanical
:
irical Civil and Mining Engi-
Cotninerce; Pharmacy.
< ". rs elementary courses in Ag-
ri ail! ire, Forestry, Domestic Sci­
ence and Art, Commerce and Me­
chanic Arts, including forge «ork,
cabinet making, steam fitting ma­
chine work, plumbing, etc.
Strong faculty, modern equip­
ment; free tuition; opens Sept. 25.
Illustrated catalog with full infor­
mation on application to the Regis
trar free.
The Hotel
Estacada
desires to buy a lot of
CHICKENS
They also have
for Sale
At the Estacada Furniture Store
Dr. TATE
D E N T IS T
Will visit Estacada oti Friday and
Saturday of each week
Appointments may be made
with Dr. Adix.
BO N N EY,
The
P h o to g ra p h e r
Is prepared todo all kinds of work
in his line
PATRONIZK HOME INDUSTRY
Dimick & Dimick,
Attorneys at Law
Nortary Public, General Law
Practice, Mortgages foreclosed, Ab­
stracts furnished
M O NEY LO AN ED
O F F IC E S : 2 , 3
O regon C ity
We keep a Full Line of Goods. All Prices in Plain
Figures. New arrivals of Goods right along.
We
are agents for
Boye Needle Chart and Needle Threader
Will thread a needle in the dark.
Picture Framing a Specialty. House Furnishers. Un­
dertakers.
A Fine Line of Queens Ware on hand.
A t the new Fire
Proof Concrete
Building
Just completed, they
will be ready to re­
ceive Grain by next
Monday*
*°r **n airinR have disappeared.
Office and residence, up stairs in the Hs~
t. lead a Pharmacy Building
Entrance between drug store ami Sjmrks-
store, on Broadway
Oregon Fire Relief Associa­
tion of McMinnville
H. COOPER & CO
foot hills was ill the city on Tiles- thr
and Surgeon
Gresham, 3 1 1
Mrs. Francis Shannon of Oregon groom departed on the car leaving Esta- j entirely freed herself from the pack, an allwise creator has furnished an
■ City who has been spending a coup­ cada at 3:52 lor the Coast.
j It took us about two hours search- abundant supply of pure clear
Come in and see our stock and lie convinced. You can get a
le of weeks with her parents Mr.
A jolly and well-equipped hunting par-! ing for the different parts of her sparkling water, the beverage that
B A R G A IN
and Mrs. James Guttridge of ty left Estacada this morning under tin |0:ld lK.forc we could repack and w*len th irsty quenelles thirst. Con
of \\ . A. Jones, the packer.
.,
, ■ tiliuintr oil tills sum m it trai
trail we
Springwater was in the city 011 leadership
,
’
1
, . proceed * 011 our wav. Owing
to this
lrdl
Goods sold on the Installment Plan
Including Mr. Jones the other memWis 1
J
s
- - — -
Wednesday 011 her way to Portland of the party were W. H Kaiulle, Chas. accident night overtook us and we reached Clackamas Meadows about
to spend the day. She has been re­ E Dubois, M. F. Snrver, C. K. Hickman made our first camp at Mr. Will five o’clock in the afternoon. Hav-
cuperating
and
expects
to and H. B. Sarver. They were fully e Wilcox's and enjoyed a good nights ng come through a small portion
return to continue her visit at quipped with all the necessaries of a well repose ¡11 the hav, the remembrance of t,le burned district in reaching
for as conl
it. Here we found Assistant Ranger
Springwater for a couple of weeks regulated hunting party. The.r de.tina- of which ,cd u, tQ wish
l "'". iviug cripple Creek. \\ «■ have no .
,
. ,
f .,
„
1 Cooper in cam p w ith fifteen men
yet.
doubt hunting stories will be ptentv when ,o r table a bed some ot the succeed-
ing nights when we lay on the " 10 la< *'en f it t in g Gie fire then
Mr. S. N. Killgore from Spring- they get back
_______________ ground with the heavens above us ^’>r n,or<; than a week.
water was in the city on Friday.
Mr. Killgore and his brother, who FINDS BABY BUGGY
' as O'.'.r covering. Getting an early
Clackamas Meadows is a prairie
'.»light the Wilcox ranch, are enjoy­
1 C IINKAFF D »kiy
start the next morning we packed or Karden-like-spot nestled in the
li U N W C BAINA over the Xorth Fork of
the CIai k .i
dense forest on the very summit of
ing a visit of their mother from the
,
.
' amas and made camp at the upper
Cascades. It has a deep soil of
East at the present time. Their
Disappear forfl on Koaritig River. Late ill the b,ack rich looking earth that when
father was als > here to see them Mothers Savings
From Hiding-Place
afternoon we came upon a band of ' 011
tin it feels as though you
but has returned home. He reports
sheep containing over two thou- " ere " “ Iking on upholstery or a
good crops 011 their place. He left
Mrs Anna Ludwig, who with her hus-
the price of ; 1 year's new subscrip. band c mducts .1 hoarding house at 8737, sand head that had been driven be- kind of peat. It seems to cover an
tion for this p iper. Thanks, come Commercial Avenue, S. Chicago, had no yonil their projier range. When the area of about one hundred acres.
strain.
laith in banks. So slie devised various first official business of the ranger A beautiful little lake of about
In the case of the Mt
Hood ''»'ing places for her bankroll, which on was required notifying the sheep ,hrce acrcs is at the eastern extrem-
Brewmg Co. vs. J. R. Wilson
“
v amounted to #246.,. Sunday she ,lerder that he Im,,t vacate that ity and a stream of pure cold
water
Judge Gill’ s court on Saturday. the , irri.ig«-
'
> particular grazing ground and re- “ bounding with fish flows through
Brewing C«>. «.is represented bv
Sunday evening while she was bus« turn to where he rightfully lielong- the entire length of the meadows.
Attorm« Geo. J IVrkiiiN of Port
prcl«aring supper two of the men Iniard- ed this being accomplished without The woods surrounding abound
1 iml Geo. C Brownell looked after
• r' oH,,red to t ike the baby out for an trouble and our camp lieing well Io- with game, deer, bear, etc. Dr.
Mr Wilson s side of the case. No
' ‘"K " ‘'th «art. Mrs l.a lwig «on- ca(t.(j ],«• the rapidly flowing stream Miller, a pioneer of Portland and
-lilted.
An hour or so later, a
one of the fir-t men to occupy an
evidence was submitted, it being lamu-d at the failure of th.^-men to l, r..e » e once mote turned in for rest af-
office in the Oregonian building,
1 1« points that W i n - argued b \ the home the bala- ■ «lie told the police and a ter placing our horses where they
lias taken advantage of this location
attorneys in the case. The judge general alarm wars turned in.
could feed.
to
locate a summer resort aud san­
Later
in
the
evening
the
police
found
took the matter under advisement
The next forenoon’s ride was a
the baby buggy anti the baby and Mrs.
and reserved hi decision for ten
hard one tip the steep mountain itarium. He b is built a wagon road
Ludwig kissed the hahv tr mticaih . Then
to Clear Lake so that yon can drive
du\ s.
she searched the pillow and realized that side cast of Roaring riv er to en­
all the way into this resort at this
Mr. H. B. Sarver from u p in the her #2460 wan gone. The men who took counter on its summit a tangle of
fallen trees and brush that was sup- time the road having been just com-
«!»« and said he has had a frit-nil
Asa kvttiT svstcui of hanking than the l» se il to lie a trail and, hy the way, Jilt tu b At some fu tu re time 1 « ill
from Lents by the name of Alfred I i'««- buggy trv i Home S e in g s Bank thi- trail is the same that was used describe this re s irt r.s we found it.
Physician
Represents the
Transfers r matching
esixo them
r"‘ve and
nyear making
saK°'a it sto im-
r,n
possilde for them to get out. They
The fine farm of Henry Dubois. I cached their saddles and other be-
comprislng 197 acres, near Spring- longings and made their way out
Win. Reinniann who bought the
water, was transferred to A. D. afoot.
1 hirteeii horses were lost as
King ranch in the Garfield district
Schmidt this week. All the papers a result of the storm and their sup­
was in the city attending to busi
in the sale were prepared by th e 1 Pb’ of fresh meat which they had
ness on last Thurs lay. He expects
Estacada State Bank. The title to | killed. At this point we were over-
to find plenty to do to keep him
tliis property came through three taken by Mr. Kaufman, another
and the boys busy. He came in and
government patents and involved - anger, with one pack and one sad-
subscribed lor the Progress before
Rev S. E. Dubois preached a-
searching the records down from
horse on his way in search of
going away.
gain in the Methodist Episcopal
Grant’s administration to the pres the fire.
He also made one of our
LO ST A W A TC H On Sunday church on Sabbath evening last, to; cut time.
party from this time to the end of
August 3 1, an open faced gold a fairly good sized audience. Those
the journey.
heard him express themselves I . . . .
watch with the initial E engraved who
The following afternoon on the
, .
,, ,
,
..................... Mr. Henry Buck of Hood River
pleased with his dis-
.
, , .
. . . .
on the back. Is about the size of a as being well
,,
,
,
purchased lot four in block nineteen route we passed through some of
he and Rev.
half dollar. A black ribbon fob with course. Bv agreement
,
,
. . .
111 the /obrist Addition to Estacada the most picturesque scenery that
small gold heart 011 the end was at­ 1 arounagian exchanged pulpit - for from the Estacada State Bank this we beheld on our entire trip. Our
tached to the watch. Finder please the evening. Rev. Purounagian is week at $75.00.
Mr. Buck will trail lay through a burn at an eleva­
leave at the office of the Progress loud ill his praise of the member build on this lot immediately, and tion that overlooked a large area of
ship of the United Presbyterian
ami receive reward.
will occupy the property as a home ; country to the \\ est, East and
church of Portland of which Rev.
for himself and family as soon as ! South and enabled us to locate scy­
J. W. Howard of Dodge was in
S. E Duboise is pastor for the very the building is completed.
E. M. eral ‘"'res raging at a distance of
the city on Monday. He reports
cordial manner in which he was re
Miller, real estate officer for Esta- twentyfive miles from 11s, but we
everything running about as usual
ccived.
cada State Bank made the sale.
'vere compelled to travel many more
in the Dodge country. He has just
Clyde Ferry, Adolph Sagner, Joe J
miles than this owing to the circui-
returned from Eastern Oregon be­
A crew of surveyors from the jtons route we were obliged to take
ing up in Morrow County harvest­ Marks, Richard Gitliens and Jack
ing He reports that in the locality Field came in 011 Monday from the \ engineering firm of Gossett, Newell j to reach it. We traveled hard this
in which he was the crops are con­ summit of the Cascades where they & Walsh of Portland were in Esta 1 afternoon considering our packs and
had lieen aiding the Forest Rangers cada this week surveying off the ! those members of our party afoot;at
sidered very poor this season.
in fighting fires. They report h a v -; two tracts of land along the river 1 one P°>nL those in the
rear, had
Dr. Rowland will preach at Cur-
ing had plenty of work to do and 1 bottom on the west side of town, taken the wrong trail and traveled
rinsville Sabbath evening Septem­
had succeeded in extinguishing a which was sold by E. M. Miller, in the same general direction before
ber 6. He will also hold the Fourth
quarterly conference in Estacada 011 lot of fire before the rains but had real estate officer of the Estacada their mistake was discovered. They
Monday Sept. 7 at 10 a. m. It is ur­ been aided very much recently by | State Bank, to F. B. Pratt of Port- then fired a gun and those of us in
gently requested that every member the showers.
They had plenty ol ; land.
These pieces of land are a the lead answered and gave them
our location. By clamboring over
of the conference from the different fresh meat to eat, having killed part of the Zobrist property,
logs and descending deep declivities
appointments be present as this is three deer and six cub bears while
and climbing almost impossible
•he most important meeting of they were in the different camps.
steep grades, they succeeded
the conference to close up the year’ s
DODGE
reaching the main trail. We made
work before the annual conference
convenes.
We have a fine little Sabbath;
camp that night at Black Wolf
H. N. North who last week sold School with an attendance of about ■ It was the good fortune or hard- Meadows, which we arrived at just
We found this to be a
his store to Mr. Sparks left Estaca­ 40, which is, good for the Jungles. [ ■ ship, whichever you please to call at dark.
Jim Marrs sawed down a bee tree
pretty
cold
camping
place.
In the
da on Monday morning for Crook
1 it, of the writer to make one of a
Co., Eastern Oregon where he has and got nearly 250 pounds of fine party that Mr. Percy Shelly, assis- early moring we discovered that the
a ranch. “ H olly" expects to sell his honey.
[ tant Forest Ranger, packed into the "prairie” on which we had turned
The Dodge Lumber Co. has ord­
crop and then conic hack. We are
mountains for the purpose of fight­ our horses to feed was covered with
sorry to loose Mr. North from a- ers ahead for the next year. They |' ing the fires raging 011 the summit ice, the grass being frozen stiff.
It did not take us long from this
mong our business associates but are talking of putting in electric and the protection of the large area
hope he will find it convient to re­ lights so that they can run nights. of timber it might otherwise de­ place to reach the summit of the
Miss Myrtle Parks took the ex­
main among us.
stroy. It is for the reason that in Cascades, where we changed our
amination for a certificate to teach,
course more Southerly, and followed
J. M. Moore of Portland was in and her papers were graded high. getting to the fires many places of
the summit on a good trail, and at
the city on Saturday combining We all wish her the best of success. interest to the mountaineer were
noon we came to Little Crater lake
gone
over
and
the
picturesque
business and pleasure. It is proba­
John Keller is building a Cue big j
1 scenery passed was simply grand a lieautiful little lake on the very
ble lie will plane up some lumber barn
As its
Cattle in the mountains are look­ beyond description that inspired summit of the mountains.
and do a small amount of sawing at
name indicates, it is supposed to lie
ing
fine.
this
article.
his mill which is located at Morrow
Several of us have the Chicken
Leaving Estacada late on the the crater of some extinct volcano
station but he considers it mostly pox, but aside from looks I guess
Into its clear, cold waters you
sawed up. He is at present getting we are all right.
A Dodger. afternoon of August 13, with six could cast a small pebble and watch
well
packed
and
five
saddle
horses
out cord wood at Gresham and
W E D D IN G B E LLS
we started East our destination be- it for several seconds following its
shipping to Portland.
ing the fire but not then knowing course downward with the eye until
"T u rkey and Mohammedanism"
A quiet home wedding ««cured at the j where it was we traveled to find it. finely it settled on what seemed to
is the subject of a very entertaining home of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Womer, of
Our first mishap ocetired near Otto he the bottom, but parts of which
lecture to be given by Rev. M. B. this city, on Wednesday at noon Sept. 2.
Kleatch’s ranch when one of our the eye could not follow the entire
Parounagiati at the Methodist Rev. M. II. Parounagian pastor of the
Methodist Episcopal Church said the pack horses that was rather nervous depth. The depth of the water
church, Gresham, next Tuesday
words that united in marriage their eld- j about some shovels that had been where we could see was estimated
evening, September 2. He will dress est .laughter, Linda May. to Mr. Elovd | placc(l in the pack took exception by tis to he at least fifty feet. Clear
in native costume—you will laugh Spurlin of Harrisburg, Oregon. Only the
to their constant annoyance and and as cold as if it had just come
I from off the ice. This to the ad
and be instructed; 25c and 15c immediate families of the two contract-1
Church benefit.— Beaver
State ing parties witnessing the ceremony. . ^ ro*ie loose from tile rope she was
After partaking of a dinner prepared at being led by and took to the woods ' IIIlrtr ot Ilature as reveled in these
Herald. August 28, 1908.
tin- home of the bride, the bride and rearing and pitching until she had tnountains gives one the idea that
I.O CAL N EW S
P a in Ling ¿i rid
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4, A N D R E SE N HI.Di
O regon
CEDAR
S H I N G L E S
We are equipped to manufacture
from 40,000 to 50,000 of the best
Cedar Shingles each day, anil will
deliver them in Estacada at
Or the purchaser can get them at
the mill.
When wanting shingles examine
these. Orders filled promptly
JULIUS KRIEGER
----- P R O P R IE T O R -----
Estacada Agent—A . Morrow
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ESTACADA-PORTLAND
I Cars leave Estacada for Port­
land;
7 : 22 , 9 : 22 , 1 1 2 2 : A . M. and
1 : 22 , 3 : 52 , 6 : 22 , 9:15 P. M.
Cars leave Portland for Esta­
cada;
7 : 15 , 9 : 1 5 , 1 1 : 1 5 A . M. ami
1 : , 5 . 3 : 4 5 . 6 : 15 , 7:25 P. M.
Freight also leaves Portland
in the morning goes to Caza-
dero ami returns to Portland
M stn <>ff:i\"s i*f th e r.im p H n v 132 1-2
First St. Portland, Oregon.
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