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a basis in religion and tile establish bruises As there was 110 phvshiuu
ment of a workable and woikiilg nearer thau Oregon City his wife
theory of life that views man as did the best she could in reducing
something more than a mere lump tire fractures but it was some time
| of matter.” And the Wall Street before lie was able to be around
Journal is not particularly given to again.
A short time after he had regain
‘ Dry ' urv.is are tol>e found in ed his health he went hunting down
c-c r\ State in the Union and tlky down on the Curriu bottom alone,
l ire y tting lirger a'l the time. I 'll trying to jump from a log on
which he had been walking, a snag
‘ 1 It re .» a ie..s i..
j of a broken limb caught in the:
The production of distilled grain
bottom of bii buckskin pants,
spirits was 41,000,<¡00 gallons !tss
causing him to land on liis head in '
j in 1908 than in 19« 7. Vet some
the soft mud, gun in hand. When j
say prohibition does not prohibit.
lie finally got up he discovered that
H. W. Kuhlman
lie had a broken arm and other1
minor bruises that kept him from j
Historical Inc^ents of work for six months. This was
not a very encouraging thing to his
The Pioneer Life In wife and family in their struggles to
tame the wilderness and make
Clackamas Co. B y
iuto a habitable place.
(To be continued)
D IR H C T O R S :
Gito. E s t e s , President
A. E . S p a r k s
C u a s . K. Di 'SOIS
K. S. W O M K R , E d ito r '*nd M anager
Entered *i il.e po£tefftce In Estacada, Oregcr. sa
aaccnd dass mai!
f u l b b c d Every Thursday Morning et ¡
One y «er
ÌI 4 '
ThurKUy, February II, 1409
Ivvtcrn Clackamas ranchers, as
well as all residents of the county
should l>c interested in finding out,
in a scientific way, the properties
our soil contains and what can he
grown on it most profitably. The
National Government through the
Department of Agriculture has been
seiulifi; soil surveying parties to
various parts of the United States
mi request. Sec’y. Wilson says he
will arrange for soil surveys in the
following counties of Oregon as soon
us funds are available for the ex-
jtr.ses. Linn County, on request
of citizens of Harrisburg, Washing
ton Co., Clatsop C o., Ifood River
and Umatilla. Why not re piest
the same for Clackamas, and es
pecially Eastern Clackamas. Soil
surveys include analysis of the var
ious soils in a given district for the
purpose of discovering just what
ic-rtuin sections are best'adapted for
Most of this work lias been done
Eu-t of the Rockey Mountains and
the Bulletins issued by the Bureau
of soils are eagerly read by farmers
in surveyed districts.
This elegant home in Estacada i> for sale with either two or
Terms to suit
E. 1 ’ . Scott, Estacada, Ore.
From lan. 28
PH YSICIAN A SURGEON
OKI IC R , A D JO IN IN G R E S I PUNCH
T radì N U nna
D is io n s
Local and Long Distance Telephone
Anyone lending n ikelch and d«s©rtj4lnn m i) The doctor'» phone can f>e conuuctetl
quickly tt-scertain <>«ir opinion free
Invention Is piobahly iwilunluMe. Ouumtinlca- | with your home phone ut mg hi if re-
t ions at riot) y rontJdoutlal. IMN!)RU0K «m inionta
aunt fiue. Oldest aacney for iut«*urtri< patema.
quest*«!. One long ring.
ratinila taken through Mum» A f
Sfuriai no* ice t without obn rae. In Ihu
A haudaonsaly lllnafrated weakly.
T«*t ms. 93
rnlau> a of any yeivniUlu Journal.
year : four uiootba, |L 8 g Id by all
361 Oreadway. f
ilngton. I D. Cm
i SfecoT&S V BU Waahtoutou.
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\ F I R E
H E N R Y V.ADIX.M.D
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How alnmt your crop»?
b‘ ow about your building»?
How about your furniture?
R o c k w o o d , O re g o n
G resh a m , 311
Dr.L.A. W E L L S
D E N T IS T O F
D e n tis ts
P o r t la n d
W ill visit Kstacaila on- Friday «ml
Saturday of vault; week.
with D*. Adix.
D im ic k & D im ick,
Attorneys at Law
ft ^ N o r t a r y Public, General Law
Practice, Mortgages foreclosed, Ab
Old Hunter’ s brother was a large,
Fire Relief Associa
¡j Indian ami was not so good to the ,
tion of McMinnville
whites for he joined the savages,
M ONEY LO ANED
fought the whites. On this ac G R O W E R S OF P A R A D IS E OF
And six other lines of fire insur-
count Old Hunter always knew T H E P A C IF IC TO E X P L O IT
OFFICES: 2 , 3 &
ANI 5 KESKN HLIX
when to warn the whites to flee,
T H E IR F R U IT A T T H E
Or leave word at this office
A L L MODERN C O N V E N IE N C E S
O rkgon C rr»
this made it unsafe for hint for
EX P O SIT IO N
the Indians knew that he told the
IN S E A T T L E
When m need of
One of the most delightful Resorts on the Coasi
Wild game was in great abun (Special Correspondence to the Progress)
dance in those days, but the com
Local and Tourist Trade Solicited
Honolulu Feb. 1 The Hawaiian Department of the Interior. United Stares Land
Office. Portland. Oregon. Jan. 15th 1909.
forts of a civilized world had been
and PATENT M EDICINES
Pine Apple Growers’ Association A sufficient contest affidavit having boen filed In
left four thousand miles behind in
will feature their products at the this office by John S. Malcomcon. contestant, against
Homestead entry No. 14630. made November 4. Don’t forget I can supply your
the States, as it was then called.
Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition 1902. for Wzi SW ^. N E'iSW ii. and N W ^SE*
They had uo lard with which to fry
to be held in Seattle next summer, Section 27. Township 2S. Range 7E. by William needs, and solicit your patronage
W. Weltmer Contestée. In which It is alleged that
the meat— nothing but bear-oil or
and the display to be made at the he is well acquainted with the tract of land embraced
deers' tallow. Flour could not be
the homestead entry, and knows the present con
1 coming fair will be beyond question
dition of tne tame; also that said William W. W«!tmer
gotten for less than twelve dollars a .
, . .
I the most elaborate and complete has wholly abandoned said tract of land ever since H . H u g h e s, - Cazadero, O re.
barrel and sometimes it was twenty
making said entry; that said entryman reaver before
that has yet been ever attempted.
or after making said entry established his residence
four dollars, wheat was five dollars !
At a meeting of the Association on said land; that said land contains no Improvements
a bushel and was used not only for
held last month in Honolulu at of any nature whatever: that no portion of said land
J. V. B A R R
Made of best sulphur and lime
was ever cultivated and that said claim Is today In its
sowing but also to eat. Instead of
which all pine-apple growers and original wild state of nature; and that the said alleg
The historic Lincoln coach in
Clear, cherry red, free from sediment
packers of the islands were repre ed absence from the said land was not due to his em
ployment In the Army. Navy or Marine Corps of the
thing that could not be gotten was
B L A C K S M IT H
w hich President Lincoln rode to
sented, the sum of twenty thousand United States as a private soldier, officer, seamatn or
Reasonable in price, its work is perfect
sugar. They had plenty of wild
Wasliiiigtoh for his inaugural cer
dollars was subscribe)] to be used marlno, during the war with Spain or during any
No boiling to be done; save fuel labor and annoyance
other war in which the United States .nay be.-engag
meat but only water and salt to
emony was destroyed in a fire
in placing a magnificent display in ed. said parties are hereby notified to appear, respond Is still at the old stand and willing to do
season it with, this was not only
P O R T L A N D P R IC E S
Wednesday at Sharpsville, Pa.
any of the work in hia line
the coming exposition. In addition ard offer evidence touching said allegation at 2
for a few meals but year after year,
o’clock p. m.on March 1st 1909 before the Register
was tlie sole passenger equipment
to this sum, the individual planters and Receiver at the United States Land Office In
until they had raised some cattle
of the Sharpsville Railway, running
GIVE HIM A CALL
will expend an amount considerably Portland. Oregon. The said contestant having, in a
proper affidavit, filed January 15th. 1909, set forth
and swine. Store goods was very-
between that town and Washington
in excess in exhibiting and distrib facts which show that after due diligence personal
scarce and men and boys wore pants
It was covered with
service of this notice can not be made, it is hereby
uting their own products.
and coats of buckskin. Even in
ordered and directed that such notice be given by due
sheet iron put on before Lincoln
The plans for exhibits as decided and proper publication.
the pulpits you often saw the fring
mi d.- bis famous ride, and was
ALGERNON S. DRESSER Register
upon, provide for a full and com
ed buckskin pants and coat, in fact
supposed to be bullet-proof.
plete display of all fresh and man
oftener than the ready made suits.
ufactured piue-apple products, and
The clothing with which they had
Wencknowlege the receipt of an
S H I N G L E S
earning capacity requires 12 years started West with were about worn will be directly under the super
invitation from The Legislative A s
at school of 180 days each or 2,160 out before they reached their des vision of the association.
(TOO I.A T E FOR LAST W E E K .)
sembly, State of Oregon, and the
days. Divide $22,000, or the-value tination, Women were sometimes space to be occupied in the expo
Oregon Historical Society to be
sition will be magnificently fitted up W h e n in need o f F ir s t Class We manufacture all kinds- ofi Cedar
The new pupils who entered of an education, by 2,160 the num
compelled to don a skirt like their
present at*ihe Fiftieth Anniversary school at the heginiug of the last ber of days required in getting it,
and the wood furnishing will be all C ed a r S h in g le s consult m e Shingles and are prepared at alì
forest sisters, or stand in need of
of the admission of Oregon to the half of the school year in the pri and we find that each day at school
constructed from the native mahog Sh in g les d e liv e re d o r a t the times to delirar the same. A lso
the fig leaf apron.
Union to lie held in the Capitol, mary room are: Thelma Eshleman, is worth a little more than $ 10 to
any, known locally as ” K oa.” All m ill. Nos. I a n d 2 a lw a y s on to sell at the mill, having stock on-
Mother Pal matter’ s youngest
Salem. On Monday Feb 15th at Ansel Buckner, Lyle Davis, Elza the pupil. Every day that you
throughout the exposition a band hand.
W. A Jonei. Salts Aft..
hand ¡at all tisúes
child, a girl, was the first white
of Hawaiian musicians will be in
Davis, Rosa TracliseS, and Peter keep your boy out or let him stay
child born in the Garfield country.
attendance, aud the native songs
Stansell; those in the grammar room out you are robbing him of $10
When she was three weeks old
and music of the Paradise of the
We also have stock on hnnd with
are: Frank Booth, Floyde Booth, which he will charge to your ac
Mother Palmateer and Mother
LO C A L N EW S
Pacific will lie heard under charm
our agent in Estacada
Kenneth Bartlett, Helen Bartlett, count. Can’ t afford to keep them
Pierce took liei and walked all the
ing and delightful conditions and
Otis Wagner, and Pearl Whitfield. out, ean you?
way to Portland in one day, each
Fish at the Palace Meat Market
surroundings of the Hawiiau island
The nineth grade totk an exami
taking turns in carrying the child.
nation in Algebra Tuesday.
As Seen From the Manse The ground was covered with snow A band of Hawiian girls, care The Fern Rock Farm of 144 a- K R IE G E R B R O S . & C 0 .
Mrs. T. A. Miller went to Port
The different grades have begun
rain and slush aud when the two
Estacada Agent—A. Morrow
fully selected for their beauty and cres has been platted in acreage, 10
land 0:1 Wednesday.
on the last half year of their school
women, carrying the child, were
abilities, will take a prominent acres and up, to plat. See D. Bri-
work after taking their mid-term
wet half way to their waists, they
denstine, Estacada R. E. D. No. 1
A Valentine Social is to lie given in
The “ What Would Jesus I)o' went to engage in house-work or place in the display and will dis
the T. O. O. K. Hall on Monday Feb. 15 examinations.
at 7:30 p. in. The Ladies’ Aid are giv-1
Ellen Erickson and Roy Als- Movement is receiving much atten nursing, anything to help make a
Kona district and assist in the dis.
in . this social so we have no doubt but paugh were absent from school tion in Portland.
In spite of much j living while the older children and
triburion and showing of the dis
: O. W. P. & R y . Co.
w hat it w ill he well patronized.
the men cleared the ground aud
play of pine apple products.
Mr. <uid Mrs. Cooper left on VVednes-
ESTA C A D A -PO R TLA N D
The Geometry class is busy with
The rapid prominence and im
to -attend the funeral of Mrs. M ills a
theorems these days.
portance of the pine apple industry Will be established in Estacada ; Cars Rave Estacada for Port- ¡ ■
sister of Mrs. Coopers', which ocenred
of, for Jesus never called any one to Palmateers arrived in Portland a
A class in type-writing is going
the Hawiian islander gained dur
at tfew lierj, 011 Thursday.
follow Him for two weeks. The man, Captain Baker, brought a
to begin work this week.
important thing is that we do as load of potatoes in to sell to the
¡ 6 : 55 . 9 . »». A. M. and
The Estacada School District’s
An oak case containing a fine Jesus would have us do in tire place new arrivals. His price to the new has been phenomenal, aud the Fresh and Smoked Meats will
». y 5 . 9
p . m .
North and West boundary was,
present exposition is regarded by
be constantly kept on hand.
upon petition before the Boundary set of eight maps has been added we occupy.
arrivals being four dollars a sack
■ Cars leave Portland for Esta- ■ ■
the planters as the most valuable
Shop next to Residence on
Board at Oregon City oil Tuesday,
The State legislature has passed but to those more able to buy was
changed as follows: Beginning at room.
a law prohibiting the use of cigar- five dollars. A s the Palmateers
' 6:55, 8:45, »0:4,5, A. M. and J L
A new dictionary, in a new bold rettes by minors. The children were very short of means, Garret widely bringing their wares Ix-fore
South Central Line of Sec. 18 then
J. R. Townsend
the American public that has ever
: 12:45, * : 45 . 4 45 . 6<45 V. M.
East to the South-east corner of
will now show the f others how the Palmateer went over to buy some,
been offered. Every possible ad
Sec 18. Then East to the N. W.
and as he stood waiting to be served
M ail an d R kpreit» (n o p n m e n g e rs!-
habit can lie overcome by all.
vantage of the occasion will be a-
c arried o n th is rn u ) W aves P o rtlan d ) |
Corner cf Section 22, South on also been placed on the dictionary
"Booze” is the title of Billy Sun a drunken man in the crowd was vailed of and no expense in any
(for E stacad a jrm um . m . an d 4:26 p. m .
West line of Sec. 22 until it inter- in the grammar room. These hold- day’s addresses. Judging from the handling a loaded gun aud let it
L eaves K stacaifa ton P o rtla n d 2:40 p I
sects the N Boundary of W. I). L. (ersare a great protection to the die- ^ that a m,mber of saloon men slip to the floor in such a manner as way necessary to the entire success
tu . an d y a g n. in.
C. 50.7. Then East to the Center ; t.onarys because the books can not hayc threatened t0 take his Hfci we to cause it to discharge. The
Hawaii lias of recent years been
Line of Sec. 22 then South to the be taken from the.r place.
I inf„ that his remarks contaln some bullet struck Mr. Palmateer in the
Freight also leaves Portland ; ;
forging rapidly to the front in the
light shoulder glancing and lodging |
Centre of Sec. 22 and thence to the ! Whenever a pupil in the gram -1 ati^-erf;e criticism
in the morning goes to Caza
: industry of tinning pine apples,
Original line established by the mar room has a birthday they j _
t .. „
after flattening on the rib, was cut
dero aud returns to, Portland
. I, .
Gov. Hughesof N. \ . evidently
. and the greatly superior quality of
district. 1 lus ¿ives general satis- bring as many pennies as tbev a re!,
, out, thus he was laid up for the , , .
, lias set a good example in abohsli- ....
• . . i a.
it tne fruit produced has attracted
faction, but the petitioners asked vears old. 1 hese pennies are to be .
. \\ inter, and , was just
able to walk
mg race track gambling. In Louis-
• _ .• •
world wide attention. They have
M ain offices of th e co m p an y : 132 1-2 ( -
that the line I e established by the used for the purchase of pictures
when they moved to their wilder- L
ana, California, Washington, and
F irs t S t. P o rtla n d , O reg o n .
been placed now on nearly all of
W. I). L. Line. This takes section for the room.
tiess home. One day he took a
Montana, men have been sitting up
the world's market, but the great |
line und di ’ides properties in two
One half dozen new seats have and taking notice. That race track young horse to water, it being a
E. W. Bartlett
market is naturally regarded as
been purchased this year, but as gambling is detrimental to all so- lively animal it wanted to frolic the United States and it is here
doubted. Vet we and play and being fast to the end that the bulk of the output is con
The fir-1 of the scries of enter many more are now needed. The cjety cannot
of one giving of a long rawhide lariat which was sumed. Last year the local pack
tainments hy the League came off
Practice in all the Courts
also held firmly in Garrett's hand,
vent to his feelings in the California
on The ¡day evening. I)r. Homan
reached 500,000 cases of two dozen
Special attention given to
The boys ure making good use of legislature by asking what these
of vVill-.imette University delivered
tins to the case, and the present
Settlement of Estates.
BLA C KSM ITH
Qf the track and ting a half hitch on his ankle, ran year will be vastly larger.
hisl'cture "Power Houses of His every nice day by playing foot ball. i,un |rids c f
and dragged him through some
tory” Dr. Homan is a very enter
The pupils all gather around the the stable are to do! Certainly! As
The manufacturers of native
stumps, battering him in a fearful
taining talker ami the small audience piano in the lower hall t'oi fifteen well ask what will the poor count-
Hawaiian lumber will take advan
D oes a?l kind * o# w ork i» h is lin e andl
shape. His son, Dock, saw the ac
Office in B a n k of K sta c a d a
that greeted him did not speak well minutes three mornings of every erfeiters do when caught! And
tage of the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific
S o licits a S hare o f} o u r P atro n ag e
cident and ran to his help, as h e :
for the interest people of the com week to spend the time in singing what of their tools! According to
Exposition, and the furnishing of
ran he called to his mother to come
munity take in matters of an ed their favorite songs.
the logic of some, these occupations
and help. When they succeeded in the fruit display department will be prehensive idea of the timber pro-,
ucational character. Those who
Every school day is worth $to. aretoo valuable to be destroyed.
reaching him the horse had ran a- carefully executed under their di- ducts of the Hawaiian islands,
See F E R R Y F o r
were there «ere well entertained Let us figure it out and see. The
All detail of arrangement has
The Wall Street Journal N. V. round a stump, fouling the rope, rection, and every possible effort
and the voting man or young woman average educated man gets a salary City, in a recent issue states: “ The and thus stopping its mad frolic. will be made to show the many mer- been thoroughly entered by thej
P a in t in g . P a p e t
who did not carry away ideas of a of $1000 per year. He works 40 supreme need of the hour is not c- When they got to the-old gentleman its and lieauties of the various na- association having the exposition
higker nict ation as a forte for use- years, making a total of $40,0x5 in Jastio currency or sounder hanking, he was so badly hurt that they live hard woods for furniture and display in charge, and everything'
H a n g in g a n d C a lc e m i-
fulness was dull to say the least, a life tune. I lie average day la- or better protection against panics. thought him dead, but after some finishing purposes. This display pertaining to making the exhibit
The lecturer was pronounced by all J>orer Re,s a * '-5 0 for 300 da\s in
bigger navies or more equitable -----
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the year or $450 in a year. In 40
navies, or more equuaoie found that his wrist was dislocated, will undoubtedly prove of unusual one of the most pleasing and delight- n in g . 1st class w ork.
lobe of a high order and entertain- vtars be earns $18,000. The dif- tariffs, but a revival of faith, a re- several ribs were broken and he interest to lumbermen and dealers fill features of the great fair, will
mg as '.veil.
other in general, and will afford a com- be in readiness for the opening day. |
fercuce or $22,000 equals the value turn to a morality which recognizes also sustained numerous
$ io a w eek
$2 a day
The Hotel Estacada
For Sale by Estacada Pharmacy
; TIME CARD j;
Monday Jan. 18
Subscribe for the
$1.00 a Year
Attorney at Law
W. C. WHITFIELD
Collections promptly attend