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About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (April 8, 1909)
E ST A C A D A , OREGON,
VO L. i
B a n k
Mrs. Homier and Mrs.
Geo. Estes, S. W. Stryker, T. Yocum,
Progress on the new church
building is being made. W. W.
Boner is the boss carpenter. We
will have more to say of it when
we have an opportunity to see it.
Willis Yonce has so far recovered
as to be able to be down town on
He is not feeling
real strong but is better than he has
BUSINESS been for a couple weeks.
John Zobrist, Albert D. Schmidt
B A N K IN G
Writes Fire Insurance in Five of the best “ D O L L A R ”
Estate, Town Lots
and Residence, and
Property near Estacada
N O TARY PUBLIC ON OUR STA FF
C O R R E S P O N D E N TS
M e rc h a n ts N a t io n a l B a n k oi P o r tla n d
N a t io n a l C ity B a n k oi N e w Y o r k
The Clackamas Title Company
19 0 1
At 509—511 Chamber of Commerce Building
Statement of Taxes Will Be Furnished
ine the Duplicate Tax Roll.
Call and Exam
2 0 5 6 or Home 2036
W. D. HENTHORN
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$275.00 will buy a Conover, up
right piano, Colonial style, mahog
any finish, practically new. Re
tails at $425.00.— Estacada State
Mr. Lockerby went fishing on
Clear Creek on Wednesday. He
will be gone for a few days and we
expect he will add considerably to
his piscatorial experience and be
able to have the goods to verify his
The P r o g r e s s and ‘Human
Life for one year.
Price of both
P rog ress
Oregonian one year, $1.50 P r o g
r e s s and Semi-Weekly Journal for
$1.50 a year.
May Now Be Paid at the Offices of
Established tá 9 j
M. H. Richards has taken over
the Palace Meat Market and is con
ducting it himself. He is trying to
get a man to put in the shop to aid
in the work.
The State Editorial Association
of Oregon meets in annual session
at the Assembly Rooms of the Com
mercial Club, Portland, Ore., on
Friday and Saturday April 9th and
roth business of importance will be
Clackamas County* Taxes
L. M. HENTHORN
T H E -------------------------------------
F U R N I T U R E
A fifteen d o lla r B ru s s e ls R u g G iv e n A w a y
M a y 1st.
33 1-3 % off on Kitchen Treasure« and Wall Paper. 15 %
off on Iron Beds. 10 % off on Queenaware. A full line of
Furniture on hand.
C o m e in a n d be c o n v in c e d th at
E s ta c a d a is th e P la c e to
These are our Cash Inducements
H. Cooper & Co.
TRY O UR G RO CER Y D E P A R TM E N T
Clackamas Co. By
The Palace Meat Market has had
repainted and lettered their delivery
wagon and we expect before long
to see “ Mort' ’ taking a hike to the
country with a wagon load of meat,
prouder of it than the little boy
with his first pair of red topped
boots. Ferry did the work.
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 r o g r e s s office.
The Gresham Oil & Gas De
velopment Co. ^ is the name of a
new corporation, the' capital stock
of which is $500,000 with head
quarters at Portland. They own a
tract of land at Gresham and have
secured options on three hundred
additional acres. It is their inten
tion to drill for oil and gas. The
company is negotiating for a 10
inch drill and expect to go down
3,500 feet if ’uecessary.
Continued From M ar. 18
high Garde Flour
$ 1.35 per sack.
W e have just received a car of flour and can sell at less than others ask for inferior gccds.
Mr. Philip Foster settled on a
Try a sack and if you are not satisfied
donation claim in the Eagle Creek
bottom, East of the river called by
Call and get your money back.
that name, and where Mr. Egbert
The Real Pleasure of a Walk will be found in
Foster's modern residence now
A P a i r c f O u r O xfo rd s
That’s Fair, is it not?
stands, in the early days. He had
Comfortable and Dressy.
In all leathers and
the first store of small supplies,
that he kept to sell to the emigrants
that came through the Cascade
Range, over the old Barlow route.
As it was the first place where they
could get these supplies after leav
The Housewife’s Favorite
ing The Dalles many were the
greenbacks he gathered in in those
W ork s b y A ir
days and as it was the fartherest
Pressure. W ill
out-post where one could replenish
draw a gallon a
these cans and
his supplies in going into the
m inu te.
if you are not
mountains to prospect for the
S lop, drip
precious metals, many an ounce of
the glittering gold he had weighed
you r m oney.
out to him. Many an early pioneer
There is a style and grace about O u r S h o e s
still retains memories of being at
that is at once noticeable when placed in com
Philip Foster's place while their
parison with others.
Style and grace that
Regular Price $ 2 .2 5
Our Price $1.50
teams rested.after^their hard trip
show individuality and closely applied shoe
through the mountains. He had
some small houses, standing where
WE A R E SH OW ING A P R E T T Y A SSOR TM EN T.
the Jacques buildings now stand,
which were ten by sixteen built of
small round logs.
As high as
three and four families were living
in these houses at the ' same time,
for a few weeks. As those pioneer
families generally consisted of sev
eral in each family, one can see
how they had gotten used to being
close together. But after being
from under a roof, except a tent or
wagon cover, for five or six months
anything in the shape of a house
was nice to be in and especially if
they could once more sit and 1st
their feet hang down, instead of sit
ting flat on the ground.
Mrs. Foster was a Mrs. Pety-
grove, a precious good motherly
old soul, the mother of three girls,
Lucy Burnett, mother of the Bur
nett boys, Mary Young, and Mar
tha Lake. Also three sons, Frank,
Isaac, and Egbert.
That has bought and sold more feed since opening up,
Foster had other children by a
W . A . JO N E S
P R O P R IE T O R
farmer wife, George and James, than had been previously handled in Estacada, and has a full
G ood rigs and careful drivers alw ays
who owned the property where
supply now, and wants your trade is the
Guss Burnett now lives, also one
G iven H u n tin g and F ish in g Parties
girl, who died quite young in an
WOOD & LUMBER
Mr. Foster owned and operated
Local and L o n g Distance Telephone
the first grist mill’ in this part of
Clackamas County. It was built
at the point of the hill, near the
M rs . d. D. M ille r
Suter property, and many were the
o f P o rtla n d
grists he put through his mill.
Eurrs that wouldn’t compare with
Will Do Nursing
the present patent process flour tor
whitness or raising as there was so
/ B u y A n y t h i n g the f a r m e r h a s to
I n q u ir y D r. A d ix
much of mother earth mixed with
the grain in the process of extract Sell a n d Sell h i m a n y t h i n g he needs in
ing the berry from the straw, that
SE R V IC E S
it was a hard matter to have the
flour clean. The grain raised at
M. E. Church----- Next Sabbath
that date wa.- fine and large berried
but as they had to tramp out ail
to a. m.
the grain or else flail it cut and
7 p. m.
then clean it from the chaff by let
6:t5 p. m.
ting the wind blow through it, it
Prayer Meeting on Thursday Even
was no wonder the flour was a little
7 p. m.
dark. The mill was run by an
old turbine water wheel.
$10 a week ■
Ch„ rch of Christ— Next Sabbath
$2 a day
Peters Shoe Co.
Fail Oil Can
Estacada Mercantile Company
The Quality Store
Our Policy To Sell Goods of Quality As Lo w As We Can.
Livery, Feed & Sale
A. D. SCHMIDT FEED STORE
A Car Load
of the famous Utah
Land Plaster for your use.
Th e Feed Line
Another cattle war has broken
out in Big Horn, Wyoming. Fif
teen masked horsemen rode into
the sheep men’s campon April 2nd
and shot Joe Allemand, Joe Etnge,
wealthy and prominent sheepmen,
and Jose Lazier, a herder. The
telephone wires were cut and the
news did not reach Basin until late.
$2,000 reward is offered for the cap
IR V IN -D A V IS
ture of the raiders.
The subscription price of Hu
man Life the Magazine about
people— which has made such a
remarkable success, and is now in
such great demand, has been ad-
vanced to $1 00 per year. If you
accept this offer now you can get
this most unique and most inter-
esting magazine and the P r o g r e s s
for $1.50 a year. This offer must
be withdrawn May 1st. Take ad-
vantage of it now.
W e Sell Beet Sugar
“ E m igrant”
Dr. Adix has had his house
treated to a coat of shingle stain.
Cassidy did the work.
D IR E C T O R S:
The Pioneer Life
Geo. Estes, President.
S. W. Stryker, Vice-President of Barton were shopping iti Estaca
da on Tuesday.
L. E Belfils, Cashier
E. M. Miller, Real Estate Officer
$1 A Y E A R
A P R IL S . 1909.
I to F tacada and decided to settle
!down here in earnest- Mr. Smith
continued his journey.
LO CAL NEW S AND
. PERSONAL MENTION
The Palace Meat Market has
bought niuetv dollars worth of
hides in the past tweuty days.
A. D. SCHMIDT
N U P T IA L S
The Hotel Estacada
Alexander Irvin and Agnes Davis |
two well known Garfield young
A L L MODERN CO NVEN IEN CES
people were married by Judge Samp-
SOn at his office in Oregon City on I
One of the most delightful Resorts on the Coast
These young people
need no introduction in this com
Local and Tourist Trade Solicited
niunity they are well and favorably
Mr. Irvin has taken j
c harge of his father-in-law. J. J
Davis', ranch while Mr. Davis is in
Mrs. D. M. Ratcliff, of Wood-
| Next Sunday is Easter Sunday burn, Ore., and her brother, Chas,
and we should try on that day of Kachel, of Beaver, Pa., who has
L. S. Wilson, who iu company
been making a tour of the Pacific
FOUND— A fraternity pm in the a|, SabUlhs to j*. at church
with Mr. Smith, started for British
spent from Sunday until
Columbia last week went as far a* shape of star, bearing the print of vices. It will tie an evening ser
Tuesday at the home of Mr. aud
Spokane and found that the road “ "hield ami an elk head with the
vice here. The subject will be The Mr, Henry Trapp, of Garfield.
he was to travel was blocked by a letter«, F. of A. Owner can have
The visitors were mother and
wreck and that he would lose the same by paying for this notice at I Resurrection and its Meaning. At uncle of Mrs Trapp. Mr. Eachel
the Methodist Church.
was delighted with this region and
, work he was to do, so he returned , this office.
to a. m.
11 a. in.
Young Peoples’ Meeting 6:30 p. m.
7 p m.
Prayer Meeting on
Friday Evening at 7 30 p. m.
— E. W. Sewall, Pastor
— Free Methodist Church —
2 30 P M.
Prayer Meeting on
Wednesday evening 7
p. m .
— Rev. Roper of Gresham
he has traveled extensively, having
Europe a couple
years ago. He returns by the Ca-