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About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 19, 1909)
E ST A CA D A . OREGON, TH URSDAY, AUGUST i
Capital Fully Paid Up
We want it.
Matt Purks lias so far recovered
as to be aide to go to bis home in
S te e l,
E. B e lfils ,
Miss Rose Roenfeldt, of Portlunrl
is paving her sister, Mrs Otto
Stubeti, a visit.
Geo. Steel, President.
L. E Belfils, Cashier
E. M. Miller, Real Estate Officer
Jo h n Z o b ris t
F o u n d — A p o c k e t knife. Owner
can have same by proving property
and paying for this “ ad.”
...— — ♦
T ry Our
D e p a rtm e n t
A famous Oregon pioneer, Dr.
John McLaughlin, will be remem
bered on September 5 at Oregon
City, when lus old house, now re
stored and moved to a public park,
wj|i |)e dedicated. This grand old
mail of Oregon who did so much
for the early settlers of this state
and made personal sacrifices to as
s i s t others, is at least to have
public honor paid him for his work.
September 3rd is the date of his
death and 011 the following Sunday
a memorial service in his honor
will be held, and the old dwelling,
where he lived for many years, de
dicated as a memorial of his kindly
life. The services promise to be
brought to the Progress a stem of
A G E N E R A L B A N K IN G B U S IN E S S pie plant, or rhubarb, that weighed
two lbs. and the leaf measured 35
Drafts issued to any part of the United States. Letters of Credit or by 33 inches.
Exchange can be given through our correspondents to any part of
Miss Ida Harkenrider has been
the world. The methods in every channel of our business are
spending her vacation with her
A good boy wants a place to
followed in a mostjconservative manner. We solicit ac
parents. She returned to Portland work and go to school. For par
Monday. Miss Hands, a friend ticulars see H. James.
from Portland, spent Sunday with
We do all kinds of legal work,
Two desirable lots, small house
L O N G A S W E E K . R OO M NO. 600 C H A M B E R O F
with water on the premises. For
Mrs. S. J. Sturgeon, of Tilla sale. Easy terms. E. P. Scott, or
COM M ERCE.
P O R T LA N D . O REGON.
mook, is paying a visit to her
inquire of the Progress Office.
N O T A R Y P U B L IC ON O U R S T A F F
daughter, Miss Maude, of the Esta
Mrs. W. A. Jones presented her
cada Pharmacy. She intends visit
CO RRESPO N D E N TS
with another eleven pound
Merchants National Bank 01 Portland
baby girl on Wednesday morning
National City Bank oi New York
Putnam Fadeless Dyes will color consequently Bill is setting it up to
either silk wool or cotton. Sold by
The party who stole the stand
the Estacada Pharmacy.
It has been shown, and there is from the rear of my jewelry store
no more reason for denying it, that will please return the same and no
Hill is the man who is backing the questions will lie asked, otherwise
proposition look out for trouble. A. N. John
■ Honor Name of Dr.
COCAL NEW S AND
PERSO N AL M ENTION
$25,000 L A ladiea side saddle for sale, in
at the Progress.
If you have a good fat beef tell us
2 H ole 14 x 22 $ 1.50
4 H ole iS x 22 £1.75
Hand made and riveted atove
pipe 15 cents per joint
T ry Our
D e p a r tm e n t
Is the month to think of
Glass King Wash Boards 43c
M A D E F 'O
sPy • . /L" \
W e want you to realize that our Store is headquarters
for CHILDRENS SHOES just as it is headquarters for foot
wear for their elders.
W e have studied the Children’s Shoe problem and
have adopted the Peters Shoe C o’s, lines of Children’s
Shoes because we know what they are and we can recom
mend them. T h ey are stylish, they are correctly shaped,
they are well made, they fit growing feet as they should
and they W E A R .
c h i l d r e n ’s
Brass King Wash Boards 4CC
Clothes Pins 2 cents a Dozen
Kraut Kutters 9 x 24
Sliaws Calf Weaners No. 1
Sliaws Calf Weaners No. 2
10 inch Milk Strainer
No. 2 Cylinder Churn
450 lb. Separators $40 to $65
>h ' T>, ~'ir. c.fd
tr ad e
And we will see that you receive satisfaction
Two Minute Title Talks
PUTTING MONEY IN THE B A N K
Would you take five twenty dollar bills from your trunk,
them in a wad and drop it through the keyhole of a bank ?
Would that be the way to deposit $100.00?
No; as a sensible man you would’ enter during banking hours,
make out a deposit slip, hand It with the money through the Cash
ier’s window,-and receive a proper credit in your pass book.
So, in payiujuout good money for real estate, the same busi
ness wisdom dictates that you require the simple formality of an
abstract of title.
It is the only safe way.
Don’t poke your money in a rathole.
T h e reliable abstracts of Clackamas County Titles are
made by the
Clackamas Title Company'
E. F. & F. B. Riley.
Member American Association of Title Men.
Member Oregon Association of Title Men.
510 Chamber of Commerce,
L. M. HENTHORN
T H E E STAC A D A FU R N ITU R E MEN
Wm. Taylor, of Aurora, Ore.,
formerly au old resident of Spring-
water, and the father of Mrs. E. A.
Miller was buried at Springwater
on Friday. We are without the in
formation relative to his death and
life here, that should have reached
this office before going to press.
Handle a complete line of FURNITURE, QUILTS, PILLOWS Springwater, gives a Camp Fire
and in fact .Everything to make one Comfortable
Social on the lawn around the
We also handle a nice line of Plain and
Dishes and Glassware
W e make KITCHEN TREASURES,
FALL LEAF TABLES.
Manse, Tuesday evening, August
24, 1909. Everybody is requested
to come. Ladies please bring cake.
Social starts at 7:30.
Mr. C. B. Galoway and Mr. E.
A. Miller paid the Progress office a
call on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs.
Galoway, who are relatives of Mil
lers are from Buroak. Mich., and
from Mr. Millers former stamping
ground back East. They have
been touring the Coast as well as
seeing the A -Y -P. Exposition
While Mr. Galoway is pleased with
his trip and the West he thinks
Mich, makes a good place to live
F or S a l e Q u ick
40 acre farm
in Elwood. 35 acres in cultivation
Picture Framing done on short notice. T ry us on Bargains 3 acres in wheat, 1$ acres in oats
4 'A acres in potatoes
Before going elsewhere. W e handle W A L L P A P E R
in store. Team, harness and wagon
l cow, 6 hogs, and 100 chickens.
Everything necessary to run a
farm. Must be sold quick. Apply
to W. A. Joues. Estacada.
Estacada Furniture Co.
The Misses Enola and June Oak
ley, teachers in the public schools
of Seattle, and sisters of Mr* J. W.
Reed, came to our city to spend
Mr. W. Perry, who was recently
married at Cazadero to Miss Verda
Hughes, was one of the unfortunate
passengers on the ill-fated Spokane
The tousorial parlor located on &*Coeur d’Alene train which was
w iec’ced some time ago. Mr. Perry
Broadway, was moved to Second
was so badly hurt that he died a
street at the east end of the lot par
week ago Sunday.
tially occupied by the drug store
Miss Angela MacPherson and
and post office. Hannah and Kel-
lar did the moving. Mr. Dearing Clias. Herbert Banks were married
was as busy as usual in his new at the Methodist Episcopal Parson
age by Rev. H. W. Kuhlman on
quarters on Saturday.
Wednesday afternoon. They are
W. W. Porter brought to the
Progress office a specimen of the
John Tracy, Clark Possen and
kind of radish he grows on his
ranch. It weighs severi and one R. M. March took a “ hike’ ’ to the
half pounds and is called by Mr. mountains on Tuesday in quest of
Porter the Lady-Jinger. It is on game, fish, even cougar and bear,
exhibition at the Commercial Club so we expect to hear of something
F or S a i . e Q u i c k —A good work
team, 3 in, wagon, and harness. If
taken quick the price is $160,— In
quire at the Progress.
Orders Received At Estacada State Bank.
W. D. HENTHORN
Miss Jessie Smith, of Iowa, a
distant relative of the Saling fami
lies, who is touring the Coast,
spent Wednesday with them. Miss
Smith has been at the A.-Y.-P.
Exposition and has taken many of
the side trips including one to Alas
ka. She has been enjoying her
The Handiest, Cleanliest and
most Satisfactory Oil Can ever
placed before the public.
Regular Price $ 2 25
Our price $ 1 50
Yes, g«»>d weather for ice cream
freezers or sun bonnets, but we
want you to call in and look
over our line of
ti t.,! q
we are showing some of the most
comfortable stoves atwarm prices
$1.40 0 $20
Good fresh meats at Peuland & j
Jorg— Palace Market.
Livery, Feed & Sale
By Gum, etc.
Feaster Cadonau has taken the |
Miss Myrtle Parks has finished contract to cut and stock the River
W. A. JO N E S
her school session at Oregon City Side Mill.
P R O P R IE T O R
and is now enjoying a well earned
Good rigs and careful drivers alw ays
Mrs. Adix returned on Sunday
rest at her home at Fern Cragg.
evening from a ten days trip to the
Jim Park is working at the Bit- ¡A .-Y.-P. Exposition and British! Given Hunting and Pishing Parties
Columbia. She had a delightfulj
WOOD & LUMBER
Miss Neiva Boylan, of Oregon trip.
Local and Long Distance Telephone
The W. C. T. U. ladies of Port Citv, is spending her summer va
Phone or mail your orders to the
land will hold an interesting service cation with her cousin Miss Myrtle
Pharmacy and they will
in the M. E. Church on Sabbath Park.
Has Stroke of Paralysis
receive prompt and careful atten
evening, come out and hear them.
Bill is the best berry picker in tion.
Preaching by Rev. Kuhlman in the
S. R. Childs, who has lieen
The River Side Mill started their working as a carpenter in Portland,
In reply to the question given by
saw on Friday afternoon and are received a slight stroke of paralysis
F or S a l e if taken quick.— A
the Springwater Correspondent, as
getting machinery and belting in on Friday last.
fresh jersey cow and calf. Inquire
to whether an imported piano has a
running order. It will have a daily ; He had finished his days woik
at the Progress.
Yorkshire accent, I should say
and with others had started to his
Don't fail to read what we say there is 110 doubt but what it has, capacity of sixty thousand
about Poultry Secrets Disclosed and that is, if a Yorkshireman plays it,
Q u a k e r N u r s e r ie s -Our trees boarding house when lie discovered
the offer we make. Those interest for any acctnt is better than no ac are budded, not grafted.
Our that he had forgotten something
ed in making money out of poultry cent.
stock is not irrigateil; we guarantee and returned alone to where he had
can save many times the price of it.
everything put out; we are not in been working. He bad just pre
E. P. Scott, Selling pared to leave again when lie was
“ When a man is a lover he is the trust.
The Ladies' Aid of the M. Ii.
suddenly seized with a dizziness,
Church will use the I. O. O. F. bound to discover, a fact of which
from which lie fell in the street.
II. F. Warner sold his angora
Hall on Friday August 27 to give a I’ m uiiiuformant,
Men nearby who saw him fall
“ His nature will change, or at goats to II. H. Gary. They go to
cafetiuia. Supper will be served
supposed lie was intoxicated. He
from 5 to 9 P. M. Cake and ice least rearrange, some points which Gary Island, near Wasliougal, could bear their remarks but was
Wash. There were one hundred
cream will also be served later and were formally dormant.’ ’
unable to speak or move, finally a
during the dining time. Don't for
In Mr. George Kellar we have and fifty of them.
passerby stopped and asked him
get the ladies, for they need the noticed some points which were for
We have several pieces of prop what was the matter but he could
mally dormant, have, during the erty left with tis to negotiate a sale not reply or move, although con
Mrs. D. A. James, of Oregon last few weeks, been very much it: for. Intending investors in Esta scious of what was going on
Search was made for papeis to
City, is paying her son, Principal evidence and it has been the sus cada will do well to consult us as
picion of a few of his friends that we may have just what you want. identify him and a postal curd ad
James, a visit this week.
he has something up his sleeve. Inquire at th e P r o g r e s s office.
dressed to liituself at Estacada was
On account of Monday, Sept. 6th,
The mystery was solved last Tues
Mr. and Mrs. James Coop, of secured and Ins wife here at once
being Labor Day, the Estacada day when Mr. Kellar smilingly
Down. Kans., parents of R S. notified, who immediately had Inn
school will commence on Tuesday
brought home a wife.
came to Estacada on Mon removed to the Good Samaritan
Hospital, and went to Portland
expect to remain with
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dale returned
F or S a l e Potty acres, mostlv their son for a month visiting. It where she remained with him until
on Wednesday from a trip to Du- timlier, 800 cords of wood and
Monday when he was able to be
is their first visit West and they
fur, where they have lieen visiting
some piling timlier, two miles from are well pleased with what they brought home. Except for a diz
their daughter, Mrs. Gill.
ziness in his head he feels all right
Estacada. A good bargain. Terms. have seen.
and has recovered his speech and
W. A. Jones, Estacada.
, $260.00. Cash or instalment, will the use of his body.
buy a Conover, upright, Colonial
F or S a l e -O n e mare, ten hund
Figure with the Cash Feed red lbs., work anywhere, one pony style, mahogany finish piano Prac
Tanglefoot flv paper— 3 double
Store before buying or selling partly broken, will sell cheap Ap- tically new and sells for $425x0. sheets for 3c at the I'stacada Phar
-Estacada State Bank
your wheat, oats, hay, etc.
j ply at the Progress.