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About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 21, 1909)
ESTA CA D A . ORÉGON,
LO CAL NEW S AND
PERSO NAL MENTION
TH U R SD A Y.
JA N U A R Y ;t
Mr. C. L- Ferry Invigili tei
acres from J. W. Reed and is - La.
! ing ground to build a house.
?i A Y E A R
Livery, reed & Sale
L o t• li and 12 Block 17 'vere
W . A. JO N E S
sold by li. P. Scott to W. II. llm -
Mrs. Richards went to Portland
Gooil rig. nr-t .‘areful drivers always
on a shopping tour on Saturday.
T. J. English of Garfield brought
Geo. Estes, President.
S. W. Stryker, Vice-President
Mr. lid. Close spent Sunday in into Townsends' Meat Market. ‘.Id- Given Hunting mid Fishing Parties
Portland, returning on the last car. i week a calf exactly one year old.
L. E Belfils, Cashier
WOOD ex LUMBER
| when killed. It dressed 464 J., os.
We saw Mr. Fraley of Portland
E. M. Miller, Real Estate Officer
ami brought 7 cents per lb. which ! Local ami Lonji Instance Telephone
on our streets on Tuesday.
yields a revenue of $32.31
Mrs. A. E Sparks went to Port bad for 11 calf, but there is no telling!
land on Wednesday.
wliat they will raise in Garfield.
Mr. Julius Krieger and wife went
In a report made by the U. S.
to Portland on Monday. They ex Government from Washington D.
A very pretty! wedding took
Geo. Este s, S. W . S try k e r, T . Yocum , pect to make that their home.
C., it is observed among the very
at the I k in.-of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Dr. Adix and Mrs. A. E. large number of land fraud cases
J C. Duns, on S in lay no m Jan j
Jo h n Z o b ris t, A lb e rt D. S ch m idt
gon has her share. 1462 cases in 17, 1909. when their youngest 1 '!
daughter, Freda Helen, was united I S'
A pipe raffled at Boners’ on the commonwealth of Oreg , invol
n,arvlaKe to Mr. Noi val L.
Tuesday evening was won by ving over one hundred
T R A N S A C T S A G E N E R A L BANK IN G BUSINESS
Oliver Laferly of Estacada.
The bridal party entered the par- ‘j
A special car will be run from . lor to strains of Lohengrin's " I b i-, J
Writes Fire Insurance in Five of the best “ D O LLA R”
Giles Looney met with an ac
leaving there at 5 p. in. | dal Chorus’ ’ played by Miss L. ' f
companies. Handles Real Estate, Town Lots
Wednesday morning but no one for Portland on Thursday night tak- p.uilsen of l’i rtland, a cousin ot a
both Business and Residence, and Ftirin
ing a theatre party of about fort) ; the bride.
Property near Estacada
gotten up by L. E. Bel
Miss Louise Dims, a sister of the j 'j
We neglected to mention that Sa
die Wilcox of Springwater held the fils and composed of Estacada and | bride, was bti lesmuid and Paul M. !J
NOTARY PUBLIC ON OUR STAFF
lucky numlier that drew the doll surrounding country, citizens. They Kirchein, a brother of the groom H
will wituess “ Ben-Hur,” produced was best man.
given by the Estacada Pharmacy.
CORRESPON D E N TS
at the Ileilig.
j The bride was attired in a beau
Mr. J. C. Herring has moved
. , , ,
tifld gown of flowered net over pale «1
Merchants National Bank 01 Portland
Owing to reports circulated «•>
from Cazadero to the Bletch ranch
blue silk, with a white veil, and !
National City Bank or N ew York
and is engaged with Mr. Bletch in
: • a a w w P ï K vs - r n T r T - F r n B r w w M B T r r .T F j
j curried an arm bouquet of white
sawing c o p L wood with a dtag s-iw. stating that R. C. Herring was in a carnations. Rev. II. \V. Kuhlmun
critical condition and hard up fi
Mrs. Blockley left Estacada on
of Estacada officiated.
nancially. I made a trip to Port
Monday for San Francisco, her
After congratulations all were
land to investigate and found that
former home.'to visit with friends
j seated to a sumptous wedding diu-
the reports were without foundation
during the Winter. She expects
R. C. will be out in a few days and
to be absent about three months.
The parlor and dining room were
can speak for himself.
in festoons of pink and
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wilcox came
For all lands and lots in Clackamas County prepared and
— C. M. Folsom
over from Oregon City to spend a
The Epwortli League Business
Many beautiful and costly pres
few days with their parents. Ray
held last Friday evening ents including hand-painted china,
reports the water so high that it put
the mill he is working in out of proved to be a social as well ns a silvervvure and table linens were re-
business meeting. A social is to lx- ct.jvcd. Neatly sixty guests were
309 510-511 CHAM BER OP COMMERCE BUILDING,
given in the near futu»-. Other present.
We keep a Full Line of Goods. All Prices in Plain
We have several pieces of prop matters of importance were talked
PORTLAN D, OREGON.
Mr. and Mrs. Kirchem departed
erty left with us to negotiate a sale over. After the business meeting,
Figures. New arrival* of Goods right along
on an evening train for “ some
for. Intending investors in Esta refreshments were served and Mrs.
where.” They will make- their
nre agents for
cada will do well to consult us as Kuhhnan rendered several instru
home in Logan.
we tuay have just wliat you want. mental selections which were ap
Boye Needle Chart end Needle Threader
Inquire at the P rogress office.
Threads 11 needle in the dark
preciated by those present.
The Portland Railway, Light
B o p o o l a n d y o u 'll
D. \V. Reid wife and daughter
I s tru e e n o u g h , I puo: s ;
Picture Framing a Specialty. House Furnishers. Un
Power Co. is experiencing some
O f c o u rse . If y o u p.ro s c r a p p y
the East are visiting Mr. J
Y o u m ie s tlio h a p p in e ss .
A Fine Line of Queens Ware on hand.
This Company has prepared and is the owner of the best
and the trouble with ' the Madison A. Reid, a brother whom they have
T h e th in g loo5:.i well S:i th eo ry .
and most complete set of abstract books of Clackamas
Street bridge.' So far cars have
T h a t so m e f o lk s seen» eo c h e e r y
They came through the Btate of
W h o a r e ro v e r y ba«l.
Washington and stopped off to visit
Come in and see our stock rnd be convinced you can get
I t re a lly I t n q uestion.
Lots 1 anajfctBlock 30 ity Estaca another brother of Mr. Reid whom
I f th lr .p s w o r k no t h e y t a y ,
w 't h a g o o d C it, -at'on
da, first ad^Wni were s o li^ y Mr.
T h e y 'r e h a p p y a n y w a y .
ey have not setu for ubout the
HowardST Janies, same length of time.
through the real ‘estate agency of
To our subscribers wc wish to
the Estacada State Bank. Consid
A dance was given at the Howell make the statement, we are now ar
brothers home on Friday night last, ranging for some clubbing rates
Orders for abstracts, extensions of abstracts, certificates of
E. A. Miller of Portland was in which proved to be a very pleasant with other periodicals that will be
our city on Monday^rfftn business. affair. The weather was the only interesting to them should they de
title, tax searches, or any information relating to land titles,
Ed. paid the PROGRNgSbfTiee a call. unruly element we had to contend sire to take advantage of it. As
will be received by the
He also'sald that the Winter of ’85 with. A very sumptuous and ap now is a good time,to arrange these
was worse’ than this
Snow was at petizing supper was served at The first combination we oiler is
least three feet ifa Springwater and twelve o'clock. Dancing continued the P r o g r e s s and the “ Weekly
until the early hours of the morn Oregonian" for one year .for $1.50
zero weather also.
ing when all dispersed after thor We think this a liberal offer con
oughly enjoying the «greiiings’ en sidering the y Weekly Oregonian’ '
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tertainment. The ujufoc wa$ fur. subscription price is $1.50, to be
nished by Messrs
and Lcvt- able io get both publications for
M. E. Church- -N e x t Sabbath ellcu.
W e have just placed on sale a fine lot ol
one is certainly an inducement to
the leading public. This means
N e w Goods In E very Line
Mr. E. C Sitter Of Eagle Creek cash with your sub- cription and
10 a. m.
Which we want you to see, that you may make
11 a. in. came into the 1’ rogrhss office to only in cdeibinantion '.\ith this
renew his subscription and inciden paper.
6:15 p. in.
the best selections.
tally talk of the storm. He said lie
Prayer Meeting on Thursday Even had seen it worse in Oregon than
M H. Richards returned to Ks-
7 p. m. now. His father, David Suter, taca la on Wednesday afttr an ex-
The Goods are right
was among the first to settle in the tended visit back East to bis old
And the Prices are right
Church of Christ----- January 24 George district, that was in 1S71 home in Aberdeen, Dakota. Mr.
Mr. Pierce, here where Estacada Richards praisis the old home
10 a. in. now stands, gave them the infor state and says it is prosperous and
Is then.1 any thing that grows that can not bo improved
11 a. m. mation about the land that could especially so the ranchers, and with care anti attention? Spraying is one of the things necessary
be taken np there so he ami several
while he expresses .his kinoly lci' ¡f a success is to be made of fruit growing. The man who raises
Young Peoples’ Meeting 6:30 p. m.
of his sons took claims.
ing for his old home he says he has! . r
, . . .
7 p. m.
practically closed up his business the fine healthful crop, year in and year out is the most ready to
Mr. Kandle informs us that he there and caine back to Estacada to acknowfege this fact. Go into the orchard and examine your
Prayer Meeting on
Friday Evening at
7 p. m. has been keeping a bunch of quail live. Climatic conditions as well; trees. Notice the cracks in the bark, the rough appearance, an 1
that he hail picked lip in the deep
as other equal advantages makes the scale. Is it any wonder that the trees become stunt d and
— E. W. Sewall, Pastor
snow and that some neighbor boys
iiad gotten among them with a gun the Coast a more desirable place to unhealthy, and the fruit shriveled and worm-eaten? How long
make a home in anil he assures the
E S T R A Y NOTICE
will trees stand such treatment even on tiie finest soil? You may
and killed them. We cannot con
P r o g r e s s that ill the next ninety
ceive of anything more unsports-
upon it that larger, cleaner fruit, and more of it always
d a y . we may find many home seek-1
A black, jersey, three year old, man like than for anyone to try to trs from the Middle West, jk comes frem the healthy clean trees, and a belter market price,
I heifer strayed from my ranch at kill the birds in their helpless con- bad a splendid time while away and ; There is only one way to do it and that is to SPRAY. If you
We are also agents for Diamond Dyes
, harvest time. Right ear, half np-jdition, due to this storm, and ec it will be remembered that a Mr. | w;n call in our store we will be pleased to give you one of our
I per crop, branded m on right hip. pecially quail and china pheasants. Beecher from Dakota visit1 d with Bean Spray Pump Catalogues which contains some very valu-
1 j 3-head yearlings. One steer has an It is also unlawful to kill .them him also Mr. John Reagan, a
brothcr of our townsman T. J. Rea- i ablc formuIaS fur SPrdy in*
W c wil1 also t;iko P!eaSUre in show-
j upper half crop on the right, and now, and these boys should tie care-
gan. Mr. Richards says he has ing you our line of Bean Spray Pumps which are acknowk ged to
i lower half crop 011 the left ear. The , tul or they might get in serious
LOST -A fountain pen,
to Dr. Adix.
re tu rn
Marriage ()f TWO Wei!
Known Local People
311 ir Li.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
o o a r K 1. S
CLACKAMAS TITLE COMPANY
A B A R G A IN
Goods sold on the Installment Plan
Estacada State Bank
H. Cooper & Co.
We still have a Nice line of Shawls
alw ays had a
in his be
u ic best
others a brindlc steer and a red heif- trouble. Don’ t doit, try to protect ]Kart ;oi- jiy.acada tliat lms n
and f e d them, it will pay you much b.-. n diminished by his trip back
— Ed. Wauacott. . bettlf;' both in sport and as a food., East.
on the market.
The CARY H A R D W A R E CO.