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About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (March 11, 1909)
KST AC A DA. ORKGON.
LO CAL M A Y S AND
1 'K R SO N A L
T H U R SD A Y
$i A Y E A R
( A Reply to The Jouri'
The Kilgore Uros, are piantili}; |
I On Friday last thè Journal trave
fifteeu acres of orchard
a higbly eolorcd article aliout how
LOR S A L E Jersey Bull. Full a despera lo and ontlaw ha i been
3 ycars old. Kilgore run to eaith by a Cali aliati o-Vuer
and a .orciai car fri 1 thè l’ortland
Geo. Estes, President.
S. W. Stryker, Vice-President Brothers, Springwater, Oregon
j Bonney, the “ picture m an," and Rail.vay. Liglit ¿c Power Co I
L. E Belfils, Cashier
family are home again after a couple presume the reason some news
E. M. Miller, Real Estate Officer
of weeks spent with their parents. paper correspondents put up news
in this form is that the public .ire
Two desirable lots, small house more tager to devour it It caught
with water on the premises
For the eye of the reader quicklv. Had
sale. Easy terms. E. P. Scott, or this sanit reporter known of the an
inquire of the Progress Office.
guish of a poor broken heartttf
Geo. Estes, S. W. Stryker, T.
Mr. Parker was in town 011 Wed mother, who is blind, as well as the
nesday hauling seed potatoes out. anxiety of a sister of the veiling
They are planting about twenty-five mail, who lives in Portland, as also
John Zobrist, Albert D.
numerous friends who haw known
acres of young orchard, also.
this family for years and have
Is your farm for sale’ If so, found them all to be good honor
A G E N E R A L B A N K IN G BUSINESS write to or call on The Conant able people, except one boy who
Realty Co., Room 5, 250*6 Alder has been in trouble for bis wav
St.. Portland, Oreg.
w trdness, and it is said it was to
Writes Fire Insurance in Five of the best “ D O L L A R ”
E. P. Scott is home again from
Handles Real Estate, Town Lots
brother that young Cleve Newnr 11
both Business and Residence, and Farm
country he visited ain't says it is left his home in Newman, Wash !
Property near Estacada
destined to have a great future. some three weeks ago and finally
Mr. Scott invested in some lots | landed in'this vicinity. Wc repeal
NOTARY PUBLIC ON OUR STAFF
had this reporter felt these pangs
he would not have tried to [iii.it
A package containing a pair of this young man black in deeds even
CO RRESPO ND ENTS
baby shoes was found on the road imputing murder The facts as we
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Merchants National Bank 01 P o r t l a n d
up in Garfield and brought to have learned them arc, a Washing
National City B an k or N e w Y o r k
Dales' Store, where they can lie ton officer came after th y nng
had by the party who lost them.
mail because he had disappeared t
C C Saling is putting out twelve a lime when wanted as a witness
acres of orchard and K. E. Salirg against train robbers and as one of
gj I is also adding some trees to his his brothers was implicated iu tin
ij | orchard. With proper care we will matter and ne not <1 siring to ap
soon be able to convince the s k e p pear agaiL-it him, left the late He
tics that it does pay to raise fruit had been up at Ca/.adtro and at
in Clackamas Co.
the Bletch ranch for about three
Wc have several pieces of prop weeks. The Bletcli’ family having
erty left with us to negotiate a sale no desire to shield a criminal but
for. Intending investors in Esta were not willing to accept the story
cada will do well to consult us as as published in the Journal, of
we may have just what you want. people they have known for] years
and have always found them to be
Inquire at the P r o g r e s s office.
good people, with the exception of
The P r o g r e s s and ‘Human the one young man of the family
Life- for one year.
Price of both “ Cleve Newman may be gtiiltv of
May Now Be Paid at the Offices of
$ 1.5 0
P r o g r e s s and
Weekly wrong but 1 won’ t believe it until I
Oregonian one year, S i. 50 P r o g know it“ j is the language of one
r e s s and Semi-Weekly Journal for
who has known the family well
5 1.50 a year.
made to the writer of this article.
A. VV. Douglass, wife and two "W e have known him to be a good
Iticorpor ited 1902
.v children arrived in Estacada on young man and wc still believe he
. Monday night from Norton, Kan., is good. If it should turn out that
and will likely make this their fu we have been deceived, it will then
Pie Social a Success
Feed & Sale
At 509—511 Chamber of Commerce Building
ture home. Mrs Douglass is a be time enough to chauge our
The Springwater telephone mud
daughter of Mrs. Clara Henthorn. mind." We prefer to give this
The School Pie Social was quite
S TA B LE
dle is .1 matter we have been asked
That very interesting magazine side of the story to our readers and to explain and we have endeavored a success, socially and financially.
W . A. JO N E S
about people, Human Life, which if it should bo wrong, of one thing to get both sides of the controversy The booths, arranged and made by
Statement of Taxes Will Be Furnished Upon Ap
the teachers and scholars, looked
is publishing the story of Horner
and we will give it as related to us.
Good rigs and careful drivers always
very pretty and made money. They
Davenport, will advance its sub harm the other has alreadv done.
Th contention of the Spriugwater
plication in Person or By Mail
Ca!! and Exam
were presided over by good looking Given limiting anil Fishing Parties
scription price to $1.0 0 per year.
people is that the order that went
This makes our offer of Human Mrs. Weaver Talks in into effect recently of compelling vivacious, inquisitive, girls -young
ine the Duplicate Tax Roll.
ladies who inquired if you wished
WOOD & LUMBER
Life a remarkable bargain.
subscribers on the line to go through
Ix>cal and Long Distance Telephone
some candy, cake or coffee. The
the Redland Exchange is an arbi
M. E. Church
2056 or Home 2056
teachers and children played “ Drop
Hit of 1909.”
trary one ,:nd is only “ red tape."
the Handkerchief’ “ Pussy Wants
C H U RCH
SE R V IC E S
Mr. and'Mrs. P. C. Boultman of
Mrs. C. L Weaver, National, as
a Corner" “ Catch as Catch C an"
St. .Johns, were visiting at Merchant well as General Organizer of the says it is simply a business propo
and other modern games to their
M. E. Church
Sparks’ and other Inends during Women’s Homo Missionary Society sition, and give as their reasons
great enjoyment and the envy of
the week. Perry is still with Barnes of the M. K. Church addressed a
A T THE
the larger school boy.-, and girls of
6 Lindsey making cross arms. He small audience on Sunday evening their line went to Redland, which
10 a. m.
j other days. Dr. Adix proved him Sabbath School
said that the company R. A. Strat at the M E. Church in this place. is a mutual service, and after free
self to be a great auctioneer never Preaching at
7 p. m.
ton was with had sold o u t'a n d it Those who gave Mrs. Weaver a exchange had en established with
for once taking the “ bear’ ’ side of League
fi:ts p. m.
was probable Mr. Stratton would hearing had nothing to regret for ' Redland, the people who were on
the market, lmt always giving it a Prayer Meeting on Thursday Even
go to California. Mr. Boultman facing a rainstorm, to come out. the Spriugwater line who found it
boost until pies went soaring sky
7 p. m.
paid the P rogress Office a call.
which we have 110 doubt prevented was to their interest to use the lo
ward in price. But then no wonder
cal exchange free, received this ser
On Saturday evening, March 20, many from being present. Mrs.
look at the wheat market how it
vice free for which other surround
the Pacific University Male Quar Weaver has an earnest, pleasing,
has gone up. Prin. James had the Church of Christ— Next Sabbath
tet and Prof. Orr, Impersonator manner in presenting the work of
pleasure of seeing the money come
month fi r. This being the case it
and Reader, will be at the M. K. the Society, and with her wide e x
in and ps\ ing it right out again. Bifile School
10 a. in.
A fifteen dollar Brussels Rug Given A w ay
is evident that the Estacada Tel
This is the
That is what money is for. They Preaching at
11 a. m.
last number of the course of enter hearts of her hearers in the noble,
realized enough to pay the rent of
VVc keep a Full Line of Goods. All Prices in Plain tainment by the League. We be
the piano lor a whole ytar and had
lates, and they are surely self-sac- the South side of the river for by
Figures. New arrivals of Goods right along
We speak for them a good house on rificing for it is much easier for -.1 simply getting on the Spriugwater a few dollars over to lie spent else
where in the schools. The sum of Prayer Meeting on
woman of her ability to set dowt. 1'"« ‘ hey could get the advantages
are agents for
Friday Evening at
7 p. m.
W. J. Potwin came in unexpect and take these matters as the great 'of a - rvice that suited their purpose $2o.2fi was clear money after expen
edly on Iris -istir, Mrs. Kuhlman, majority do, as being simply unfoi letter, for nothing. By coming to. ses.
Boye Needle Chart and Needle Threader
—E. W. Sewatl. Pastor
and treated her to a genuine sur tunate, than it is to be engaged in E<* ada they could use the 'phones
Threads a needle in the dark
On Tuesday night A! Close closed
T1,e toP,c for the Yolln« »‘eoples’
prise oii last Friday. Mr. Potwin an effort to better the conditions as ; the ante as a subscriber or by
'*• " VVhat are our >i«luor law*
' had lieeu employed at Taft. Mont , they are found. M r; Weaver has ‘ phoning could do the same tiling,
Picture Framing a Specialty. House Furnishers. Un
P r o g r e s s that it is his intention and how are thcy ««forced." An
; for the past two years by the Chi recently moved from
C h ic a g o , ! For these privileges, as we before to leave the city at an early date ' " ‘ «resting programme will begiven
A Fine Line of Queens Ware on hand.
cago, Milwaukee & St. Paul and where she was engaged in the w tk j sai ' others pay twenty-five cents
and go into business elsewhere and Uver>’ one welcome at the Old
! just finishing his work he decided to Portland, her present address i
per month, consequently it is not that he will not again open his ^«hool house,
1 to jiay his sister a visit. It is quite ing 55 L 14th St., where matters j ' putable to the Estacada Tcle-
Come in and see our stock and be convinced you can get
I likely he may remain if he can find pertaining to her work will always jihone lY Telegraph Company or place of business here. There has
liecn much ill feeling engendered by
—Free Methodist Church —
something to his liking.
receive attention. This congrega its [nitrons either. Now. if the in- the business lieing conducted by
An effort is Icing made to resur tion should have been espei iullv ill ,uv.,Ui.nl ituniliers of the Spring- him, charges and counter charges Sabliath School
2:30 p m .
rect and reorganize the Business terested in her remarks for it has ", at r line willing to [my the twenty have lieen frequent and it was ap- Preaching
Mens’ Club. There is no room for received needed help from another
parent that these conditions were
Rev. Roper of (»resham
argument as to the merits of uch board of tile church work that made -itia privi! c s are denied to do >0 getting worse.
Goods sold on the Installment Plan
I an organization, or the benefits to the splendid property of the con by the Spriugwater Mutual. We care to ( lit for a living when there
v good ways in which it
The Mis, Burneys who have fre-
^ lie derived from a thoroughly wide gregation possible. In a like man do not - e why the Estacada Tel- are so
• til 1 1 ■ 1' '/ n u ll C o should ■ can be obtained. It is to be hoped
awake up-to-date Club of this ner w w ho have been the recipients «PÏ enti „ ! to, demanding their it will result in the good to [*nh . q««ntly h««n at the Estacada have
We will have more to oí oil
hould contribute of our Lu li ut.-
., n ilion for purely the conimunty and Mr. Close, th at, returned again for a stay cf si in;
-ay of this n.atur in our next issue substauee tor the Lelteriug of others. 1 business principles.
(A N N O U N C E M E N T
Clackamas C o u n ty Taxes
The Clackamas Title Company §
A B A R G A IN _ w
h. Cooper & Co.