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About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (June 17, 1909)
E ST A C A D A , OREGON,
NO. 46 op VOL. 1
Estacada State Bank
Capi 1, $25,000
Undivided 'rofits $3,006.57
Pies for sale by J. A Reid.
Geo. Steel, President.
L. E. Belfils, Cashier
E. M. Miller, Real Estate Officer
L E. Belfils,
TR A N SA C T S A G ENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
Writes Fire Insurance in Seven of the best “DOLLAR”
companies. Handles Real Estate, Town Lots
both Business and Residence, and Farm
Property near Estacada
J - O N G <* S W E E K .
N O . BOO
NOTARY PUBLIC ON OUR ST A PF
CO RRESPO N D EN TS
M erch a n ts N a tio n a l B a n k 01 P o rtla n d
N a tio n a l City B a n k or N e w Y o rk
There are enough uncertainties
about trading in land with
out guessing at the title.
D E M A N D A N A B S T R A C T O F T IT L E
The CLACKAMAS TITLE COMPANY, (established 1893)
makes reliable Abstracts of Title to all lands and lots in
Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
E. F. R IL E Y ,
F R A N K B. R I L E Y , Secretary
Estacada State Bank.
L. M. HENTHORN
1 Garfield Beys Start Out
A \ .'.AU
D o You In te n d To B u i l d
If ro let 11s figure with you on
your Doors, Windows, Mould
ings, Lock. etc. We have
large stock of this class of goods
and can save you money.
Screen Doors ¡Si.00 $ 1.1 0
$ 1.2 5 and $2.00.
Screen Wire Cloth 24 itihesa
wide 14c a yard.
Screen Door Sets including
spring hinges wire door pull
hook and eve
15c a set
Two desirable lots, small house
For some time depredations of a
with water oil the premises. For j " ’’ 'd west cliaraettr have been com-
sale. Easy terms. E. P. Scott, o r ! mi“ ed at the ranches of John Hon
inquire of the Progress Office
1 ebon and J. B. Bowman in Garfield
I The cause was not so much a desire
Mrs J. H. Ilogsett, son and
I to become desperadoes as it was to
daughter and Mr. Chiselette Ber-
gratify the desire of a boy to buy
ryman, of Portland, were Sunday
I from the mail-order stores and to I
visitors at the home of Mr. and
revenge supposed wrongs suffered
Mrs. W. Ü. Hayes.
Money has been taken, fins
H. Cooper, Treasurer of Estaca ¡started in the fences, sheep pen
H a r d w a r e M arket
da was out on Tuesday from the , and ether places of mysterious
A D e lic io u s C u p o f Tea
city where he is temporarily stop 1 origin, and a load of buck shot fired
ping. He attended to some busi- : into the side of the liouebon house.
Nails and Wire Advanced 5
Ridgways famous 5
cents, this makes Glulden Galvzd o’clock Tea.
ness matters and informed us that t These had been so annoying that
Wire sell at S3.35 per 100 feet.
he does not expect to be out again | Mr. Iionebott had requested Sheriff
Merchants to the late Queen
American Special in 80 Rod Victoria by special appointment.
until the close of the month when i Beatie, of Oregon City, to come
Spool* at $2 .15
lie will be here to close up the bus-1 out and investigate the matter,
Block-Tackle Wire Stretchers
¡ness of his office.
j which he did ou the evening of
Flies or uo Flies That is the Question
FOR S A L E —One 3 % wagon, June 7th. The Sheriff was unable ■ ■ > ¡pi. 15 Each.
The pesky little things are
wide tire, wagon bed. Inquire at
now and what are you go
the P r o g r e s s .
Cycle Ball Bearing Grind ing to do about them. We have
turned home and a reward of
W. A. Jones received a telegram twenty dollars offered for the cap
the screen wire cloth that will
from Mrs. Samuel Hayes ou Tues ture of the culprits and the matter
Standard Mattocks 70 cents give protection to the windows.
day bearing the sad intelligence placed in the hands of Deputy
lim its Mattocks
$ 12 5
We give you prices below and
that her husband had been killed Sheriff Bridenstine. It soon be
Champion Forges, handy for you can figure the number of
on the Northern Pacific Rail Road came known that Dietrick, a
the farmer or contractor, weight feet in your wiudows and you
011 Saturday and would be hurried brother-in-law of Honebons and
about 80 lbs. Price $8.00
will find the cost not as much as
on Thursday. No particulars were who makes his home with him, was
5 lb. No. 7 Capewell Horse you would expect. As to the
given but it is supposed that they suspected as being the cause of the
Nails 90 cents.
doors, we have a line of the
were still living in Portland.
5 lb. No. 8 Capewell Horse most substantial for the price.
Nails 85 cents
Our doots are the very best
Rachael and Russel Reed return questioned closely and finally ad
Mrs. Potts Nickle plated Sad grade ou the market, being made
ed from Seattle on Monday where mitted his part in the affair and
Irons 85 cents per set.
of selected material, with the
they had been visiting friends and implicating the Bowman boy with
2 lb. Square Butter Prints 30 screen put on in the proper man
taking in the sights of the Fair. him.
ner and are not of the dove tail
Many stories, and much for
We believe this to he the first of
Brass King Wash Boards 43 pattern but are mortised clear
the Fair visitors from among us to which there is no foundation in
return and they say that it is al fact, has been circulated in the
12 Qt. Favorite Strainer Pails
Prices on wire cloth per yard
community and in this way the
24 inches wide 14 cents per yd.
Mr. Geo. Lockerby informed us name of Alwyn Hunt became con
12 Q L Dairy Pails grade ix
28 inches wide t6 cents per yd.
Sunday that heuliad’.been out on nected with the bovs aud was taken
30 inches wide 17 cents per yd.
the Clackamas and succeeded in
6 in. Monkey Wrenches 25 Prices on screen doors $ 1 0 0
landing a fine trout weighing five boys to Oregon City, but no charge
$1.2 5 $1.7 5 and $2.00.
pounds and measuring twenty-five
8 in. Monkey Wrenches 35
Screen Door Sets including
on Monday his father, G. T. Hunt,
inches. We only moved on a little
Spring Hinges, Door Pull, Hook
way until we met Gartner of the
10 in. Milk Strainers 15 cents.
and eye 15 and 20 cents per set.
Estacada State Bank, who said, trial which was supposed to come
‘You ought to have seen the fine
trout Lockerby and I caught.” I account of Judge Dimick being
absent aud unable to hear the case,
said, “ Now Gartner, is it not a fact
so the District Attorney allowed
that Lockerby caught that trout ?’ ’
the Hunt boy to return home with
He said “ Y ep ,” but then Gartner
his father on promise of being
did catch some trout not so large as
present in Court, if needed. Mr.
this particular one,
Bowman, also Mr. Honebon, were
Mrs. J. W. Reed returned from to the county seat on Monday.
Sparta, Wis., on Thursday where We were unable to secure an inter
she had been called a couple of view with Mr. Honeboti, all the
weeks ago ou account of the illness others connected with the case gave
of her father,'^H. J. Oakley. Mrs. their version of the matter and as
Reed'was’accompanied by her sister a matter of course were much sur
Mary Oakley,* of ¡.Seattle. Wash., prised at the revelations implicating
who also returned with her. Mr. those connected with the case.
Oakley, while w’eak, is much im
On- Wednesday Judge Dimick
proved and Mrs. Reed informs us heard the case and disposed of the
is likely to pay Oregon a visit and same in the following manner,
will remain if he can dispose of his David Dietrick was sentenced to a
term of three years in the reform
I B u y A n y t h m g the f a r m e r h a s to
C. R. Breck and the men under school at Salem. Oliver Bowman
him who have been working on an was released on parole to report to S e l l a n d S e l l h i m a n y t h i n g h e n e e d s in
engineer corps up the Clackamas, the court weekly by letter. Alwyn
came out of the mountains on Mon Hunt was released as no charge
day. It is not known if their work was sustained against him.
has been completed or not, but the
supposition is that such is the case
Rev. Van Marter, Conference
as the office that has been main Evangelist for the state of Oregon,
tained here, with R. Causley and who was scheduled to begin revival
In T h e N e w C on crete B u ild in g
H. Piggot in charge, has been closed meetings here last Sunday has been
These gentlemen have been very detained a week longer than was
agreeable and made friends who are expected. He exjiects to arrive in
sorry to see them go away. It is Estacada on Saturday and will
$10 a week
$2 a day
hoped by our citizens that out of all preach at the Methodist Church 011!
this mysterious development work next Sunday morning at eleven1
will come something that will do o'clock. There will be services at |
the Eastern portion of Clackamas n A. M. at 3 P. m . and at 8 p. it. j
and this section of the state much Come and hear this flaming evan -1
A L L MODERN C O N V EN IEN C ES
gelist whose success has been
Thousands have been 1
The Palace Meat Market has marked.
One of the most delightful Resorts on the Coast
been sold to W. V. Penland and converted under his preaching and
F. Jorg. Mr. Penland, who has we cannot afford to miss hearing
been in the employ of Mr. Richards this mail. Meetings continue every
Local and Tourist Trade Solicited
as meat-cutter most of the time the night this week except Saturday
shop was owned by Richards, will evening. Currinsville and Mt 7 . ion
be in charge of the business and will be with us again next Sunday.
Estes and Dr. Stryker have re tier teller. The capital stock is
we have no doubt will succeed,
and Geo. A. Steel has lieen $23,000 and undivided profits $3,-
as he has made many friends since
made the new President to repre 006.57. They represent seven fire
coming here. Mr. Jorg is a Port
I insurance companies,
sent the new holdings.
The Estacada State Bank has
Miss Cora Yocum went to Cor
Zobrist. Toni Yocum, Geo. A Steel in existence. In our next issue we
vallis last week to attend the com
and L. E. Belfils. L. E. Belfils is will be able to present to the people
mencement exercises and visit volving values to the amount of
fifty-two thousand dollars. Geo. ( retained as cashier and F. A. Gart- from the officials themselves an
Our Shoes Will
That has bought and sold more feed since opening up,
than had been previously handled in Estacada, and has a full
supply now, and wants your trade is the
A. D. SCHMIDT FEED STORE
Land Plaster for your use.
T h e F e e d L in e
F U R N I T U R E
33 1-3 % off on Kitchen Treasures and Wall Paper. 15 %
off ou Iron Beds, to % off on Queensware. A full line of
Furniture on hand.
Com e in a n d be c o n vin c e d that
Estacada is the Place to Buy
These are our Cash Inducements
Estacada Furniture Co.
G ro cery
“" ‘Tfrvtoers Shoe Co.
A Car Load of the famous Utah
W. D. HENTHORN
JU N E 17
David Deitrick, Oliver Bowman,
Nilson Beeby, of Marysville, Cal. Alwyn Hunt aged 15, 12 and 14
and Mrs. Clayton Ellison, of Port- I years respectively, boys from Gar
land came to Estacada on Tuesday ,i«-ld were taken to Oregon City on
last to visit the family of T. Beeby, j Saturday by Deputy Sheriff D.
living in Garfield.
LO CAL N 1 ÍWS AND
PER SO N A L M ENTIO N
T H U R SD A Y ,
A. D. SCHMIDT
T h e H o tel E s t a c a d a
In buying groceries a* well a*
other goods one should take in
consideration that the freight is
paid and you do not have 10
load up on a lot of stuff in order
to have the freight paid.
5 Ih. Pail Rex Lard
10 lh. Pail Rex Lard S i.50 «s-ni*
io lb. Pail Sun Set Drips Sjru p
2 Ounce Bottle Mapleine is cents
8 Ounce Can Royal Baking
Powder 25 cents
16 Ounce Can Royal Baking
Powder 45 cents
Milk per can 8
10 lb. Sack White Corn Meal
10 lh. Sack Corn Meal. Yellow
9 lb. Sack Rolled Oats 45 cents
Extra Soda Crackers full case,
Table or Dairy Salt in 50 lh.
Clean Drill sacks 40 cents
2 Bottles Catsup for
Minced Clams, Choicest No. t
10 cents per can
Tomatoes, per dozen
Sugar Corn 3 cans for 25 cents
PERFECTIO N Blue
OIL STO VES
The time saving stove for
your kitchen. The New Per
fection cures common stove
troubles, i t i s a l w a y s r e a d y
fo r i n s t a n t u s e ,
fast or slow in a most satisfactory
manner. This stove is no ex
periment and has proven to he
the most economical Oil Stove
ever placed on the market.
2 Hole Stove with legs
3 Hole Stove with legs 5 10.50
ES T A C A D A
M E R C A N T ILE
W. A. JO NES
Good rigs and careful
Hunting and Fishing Tartie*
WOOD & LUMBER
Local and Long Distance Telephone
M. E. Church---- -Next Sabbath
IO a. m.
11 a. m.
3 p ra.
8 p- m.
7 p. m.
Prayer Meeting on Thursday Ev cn-
7 P- m.
Church of Christ—Next Sabbath
IO a. m.
11 a. 111.
Young Peoples’ Meeting 7 p. 111.
8 p in.
Prayer Meeting on
Thurs Evening at 7 30 p. m.
E. W. Sewall, fuslor
—Free Methodist Church
2:30 P m .
Prayer Meeting on
Wednesday evening 7
—Rev. Roper of Gresham
outline of their policy. We wish
to say- that the new capital has
greatly strengthened this institution
and the influence it will exert will
he greater development in our com
The Progress is one dollar a vear