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About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 11, 1909)
ESTA CA D A , OREGON,
LO CA L N EW S AND
PERSO NAL MENTION
TH URSDAY, FEBRU ARY n
(very, iced 6 Sale
«i A YEAR
’ r S .’S W H S -.
Mis Nora Elenor Hale was horn
Born to the Rev. Ii. \V Sewell | July 26, 1SS2 at Currinsville and
W. A. JO N ES
and wife, t>f Portland, Feb. 3rd a died Jan. 3, 1909 being therefor 27
P R O P R IE T O R
yrs. 5 mos. and 8_ days old. Her]
Oor>,l rigs and careful d rivers alw ays
Blctch and Herring have bad a
new stack made for their engine. rinsville and she received her High 1 G iven H u n tin g and E isliing Parties
Geo. Estes, President.
S. W. Stryker, Vice-President
M at Von Newman did the work.
schools. On the 29th day of Mar.
L. E Belfiis, Cashier
WOOD & LUMBER
The Ladies Aid meets at the 1905 she was married to Mr. Coyd
T/vea! and L o n g D istance Telephone
E. M. Miller, Rea! Estate Officer
home of Mrs. \V. A. Join s on F ri Looney and moved to Garfield
day afternoon. All are cordially where she has since*resi ied
FOR SA L E Dining room table, | ^
Sue was a faithful, most energetic I
kitchen cabinet, two rocking chairs
Mr. E. A. Mil'er of Portland was church worker and indeed, a work
iron bed, mattress and springs,
spending Saturday last among er wherever her lot was cast. None
heating stove and eook stove.
friends in Estacada and attending questioned her life hut all held her
E. P. Scott
in highest esteem. When only six !
to business, also.
A number of Estacadians went to years of age she united with the
S E R V IC E S
Portland on Tuesday, among them Methodist Church and_has been
l>eing Richards, Osborn, Schmidt,
Her lile was helpful, bringing sun M E. Church----- Next Sabbath
Win. Cary, and others.
shine wherever she went.
The P rogress and ‘Human was also a member of the Grange Sabbath School
A G E N E R A L B A N K IN G B U S IN E S S
Life for one year.
Price of both for more than five years, was m i-1 Preaching at
7 p. m.
P r og ress and
Weekly tron of the juvenile Grange «11 League
Writes Fire Insurance in F ive of the best “ D O L L A R ”
Oregonian one year, <1.50
Garfield where the children held
Handles Real Estate, Town Lots
Prayer Meeting on Thursday Even
W. H. Moore, L. K. Moore and her in highest esteem and regard.
both Business and Residence, and Farm
7 p. m.
C. A. Warren, all of Portland were She was also Treasurer in the Car- ing
w rw K r.
. ■ ■ —s
Geo. Estes, S. W. Stryker, T. Yocum,
During the month of Feb.
we will allow 5 % Dis
count for Cash on our entire
John Zobrist, Albert D. Schmidt
Property near Estacada
in Estacada and vicinity on Mon field Grange for two years.
day looking the country over.
Therg was no work in which
J. R. Wilson came home on were involved principles of highest
Thursday. He ’ only remained a morality, where she did not lend
In the Garfield
short time when he and Mrs. Wil- impartial aid.
the Grange, and
son’ left for Portland for a few days
ever alert to
the highest interests of her neigh
D. M. Marshall resigned the bors and friends. For three years
Road Supervisorsliip to which he she superintended the Sabbath
had recently been appointed for the School work ¡11 Garfield and in the
SQpond term. The court appointed work she soon won the esteem of
A. E- Yocum in his stead.
ail the neighborhood. At Curritis-
The pastor of the M. E. Church ville she was President of the
desires all the business men espec Ladies’ Aid. She will be sorely
No one can take her
ially to he present at next Sabbath missed.
evenings preaching service. It is place. It is perhaps safe to say
his intention to preach a sermon that never lias this community suf
fered so great a loss. We have
especially for them.
Estacada State Bank sold Lots 1 said much hut words fad us to give
and 2 Block 19 in the Zohtist Ad the details in full. Much more
dition to John H. Tracy also Lots 1 should he said but those she leaves
and 2 Block 6 Zobrist ¿[Addition have the assurance that “ She hath
through the Estacada State Bank done what she could.” Our aim
must he to renew our faith, our
for W. S. Moak to J. H. Tracy.
hope, and our trust in the true and
Ed. Gray is back again among the living God. “ Our loss is heavens
his friends in Estacada, after an gain" 1‘Ties bind us in heaven as
adsetice of several months. Ed. well as on earth.
says he has been hack to England,
his old home, and many other parts
of the world during his absence.
NOTARY PUBLIC ON OUR STAPH
C O R R ESPO N D EN TS
Merchants National Bank 01 Portland
National City Bank 01 N ew York
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
For all lands and lots in Clackamas County prepared and
CLACKAMAS TITLE C O M P A N Y
509-510-511 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BUILDING,
This Company has prepared and is the owner of the best
and most complete set of abstract books of Clackamas
We have several pieces of prop
erty left with us to negotiate a sale
for. Intending investors in Esta
cada will do well to consult us as
we may have just what you want
Inquire at the P rogress office.
Iixce p t Sugar by the Sack
Church of Christ----- Febttrary 7
to a. m.
it a. in
Young Peoples’ Meeting 6:30 p. a
7 p it !
Prayer Meeting on
Friday Evening at
7 p. n
— E. W. Sewall, Pastor
F U R N I T U R E
Surprise Curtis Wilcox
On Monday evening a birth-day
surprise'on Curtis Wilcox was held
at the home of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Wm.‘ Wilcox of Garfield, by
“ Curt’ s” numerous friends. They
came in, about twenty of them, hut
it is said something had put “ Curt’ ’
wise and the real mystery was how
old he was The scribe in his effort
so far failed to hear, and by way of
getting somewhere near his age we
want to say to all marriageable
young ladies that he is old enough.
This is the nearest we can guess
to it. Those’ present "were: Grace
Davis, L .Fanton, Isabella Duncan,
Alla Krigbatim, Alice Wilcox, Maj'
Davis Jr., Ralph Lemon. Earl Wag
ner, Kobt. Duncan, Carl Wagner.
Mildred Snyder. Grover ICrigbauiti,
Robt. Snyder, and E. Krighautn.
Games were played and a gen
eral good time enjoyed. Luncheon
was served after which all retired
wishing Curtis many more birthday
n o t ic e
A black, jersey, three year old
heifer strayed from my ranch at
harvest time. Right ear, half up
per crop, branded m on right hip
— Ed. Wanacott.
S to r e
We keep a Full Line of Goods.
All Prices in Plain
New arrivals of Goods right along
are agents for
Boye Needle Chart and Needie Threader
Threads a needle in the dark
A Fine Line of Queens W are on hand.
It was a jolly crowd of Leaguers
Come in and see our stock and be convinced you can get
that crowded the parsonage of the
M. E. Church 011 last Friday night
to celebrate the second social given
by the re-organized league. Early
ill the evening the different guests
H. A. Williams and wife left on began to arrive and at nine o’clock
Friday for their new home in IV>v. ihe house was well filled with a
Orders for abstracts, extensions of abstracts, certificates of
Goods sold on the Installment Plan
ell valley, near Lentz. Mr. W il mirthful crowd of young people.
tide, tax searches, or any information relating to land titles,
liams wants to do some out of door
Games were played until late in
will be received by the
$ work, consequently he" intends to the evening when all were served
■ clear up"about two'acres of land he
with a delicious lunch.
The different appointments were
Sim Smith, of Portland, has been well represented at this meeting.
spending the past week with hi.-, In all about fifty persons; being
grand parents in Garfield. He i-. present. When the guests depart
out of school on his examination ed most of them had a secret long
Mrs. W. J. Levvellen of Spring-
vacation and when Sim wants to ing that a league social could be
water went to The Dalles on Mon
enjoy life he always takes a hike to held every we k
day to see her daughter, Ora, who
lias been in a hospital at that place
Dr. James Witbycombe, of Cor
Surprise Mary Dale
for some time for treatment for
vallis, will be at the Garfield
asthma, from which she has suf
H as passed with Gratifying Results to us, and we hope % Grange on Feb. 23, to hold a farm
As Miss Mary Dale returned
fered fora long time. Mrs. Lew-
«¡Satisfaction to the many that have been to see us.
Re-~j ers’ Institute. It, is hoped to have home last Saturday night she was ellen returned on Saturday and re
a full turn-out of all the districts. met at her home by about twenty-
ports her daughter improving
©member, these Sales are not of a lot of cheap, trashy goods
It is to he hoped we will lie able to live young people from this city
give the program in our next issue. who had gathered there, at the in
T H E B E A N L I T T L E G I A N T has the largest air cham
^ m a d e up Especially for Sale days, but are of the goods that
And now it's Post Master John- ber ever made on a Barrel Pump and holds sufficient air and
Although the weather was bad
j^have been offered to you in our everyday business.
on Sunday evening about twenty- absence and were prepared to sur son. The date of appointment he- liquid to keep the pressure even. For this reason it is the first
five leagures and their friends from prise her when she returned. Of ing January|29tli. Mr. A. N. John Barrel Pump on which the Bean Spray Co. ever recommended
And while many have been to see us, H ave You? the,
| Estacada attended the league ex courie, upon entering she was son who has l«ecn given the appoint- the use of a gauge. There is no stuffing so the pump runs easy,
ment has been a business man of
It wiil fit in any Barrel or Be x because it rests on the ‘anchor’
time is passing, and Pennies Saved are Dollars Earned
ercises at Currinsville. Miss Stur greatly surprised! ?) to see them.
bottom and top plates which clamp around the air chamber
1 geon was the leader of the evening
)Earn some Dollars by patronizing
was serving as deputy post master are adjustable. T h e pump is fastened in or removed by means
I and those '"ho attend’ d report hav-
young people present began on the at the time of his appointment. The of the four thumb screws, without any wrench, and without taking
i iug had a splendid meeting.
evenings amusements Games were office may not he taken over until off a single part. T h e two valves and the plunger packing are
J. J. Davis, while on the trail Iie-
p!a\ed until a late hour when lunch the beginning of the new quarter all reached by simply removing two nuts from the piece marked
tween the mouth of the North Eotk
“ strainer.” The valves are made of bell metal and will not wear
was served, after which all departed which will l>e about April 1st.
and Bleckley’s camp at the old John ^ ^
out or clog no matter what spray or paint is used.
Straight place, met with quite an
. . . .
The two paddles of the “ Rapid Mixer” work very close to
H p w a s o n h i s sa H rl lp e v e n , n f5'
Mayor Heylman has made
horse, leading a' pack horse by a I
charges against AI. and Ed. Close the strainer and to the bottom of the barrel and prevent settling,
rope fastened to the saddle horn
The Abraham Lincoln Centen- for selling whiskey in a dry pre- and clo g g in g o. Stramer as they move just twice as fas. as the
1 lie pack animal threw her head „¡ai exercises at the M. K. Church cinct liefce F M. Gill, Justice of agitators in Other pumps.
back along her side and hccami
T h e pump has a 2 1-2 Cylinder, porcelain lined, and being
ta * If - n p n t o s o m e o f t h e p e a r s w h i c h 1
always submerged, the pump never n“eds priming. It is especially
threw her off the trail and down a
steep hank into the river, dragging only by league members hut by .1 search warrant. He placed AI. suitable for the man who wants thé best results but has a small
the saddle horse and Mr. Davis every patriotic citizen of the com- and Ed. Close under arrest on the acreage.
along. Mr. Davis has a bad^y cut munity. Let there he a good room warrant issued ont of the Justice
W e have in stock several different Spray Pumps and Noz-
head and bruised body but is for
Shears and Standard Lime and Sulphur Solution,
tunate that the accident was no full to listen as well as aid in the
worse as the place he went over is
CA R Y HARDWARE C O M ' A N Y
ership of Principal Janies.
is about sixty feet high.
Estacada State Bank
fo n e W eek g f Our Feb-|
Our February Sale
|ltsCash We Want This Month Not Profit^
H. Cooper & Co.