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About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 9, 1909)
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NO. 3 o r VOL. 2
E ST A C A D A , OREGON. TH U R SD A Y , S E P T E M B E R y
LO C A L N EW S AND
P E R SO N A L M ENTION
" School Opened On
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P e t e r s ’ W e a t h e r b 'r d S h o e
Olive Wagner spent Labor Day
The Eslacada school oi<ei!(d last
Is Without a doubt
Tuesday with a good atten lance
Otto Stuben has placed a new and now the merry peal of the
sign in front of bis building.
school hell can lie heard, ringing
J. I I . Breclit has moved from and calling the young folks to come
Springwater to Estacada and is and receive an education. Tlu
now occupying the Welter property school force this year is comprised
of good and able persons through
Mrs. Eva Kessler spent Labor
Geo. Steel, President.
Day at the home of her sister, Mrs.
But it is only one of the many of the
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Miss Jones, the primary room
P k t k k s S, o k Co. lines of School
L. E Belfils, Cashier
teacher, comes from Corvallis. She
We 11 Bri lg & Beach Heating
J W. Potwin of Placirville, Cal. is a graduate of the Los Angeles
Shoes a* Graduated Price- to suit
E. M. Miller, Real Fstate Officer
st' ,y_s There is a Big Difference in
is visiting at the home of his sister, State Normal anil the Oregon Agri
II: Ititlg Stoves. We guarantee satis-
Mrs. It. W. Kuhlman,
cultural College, has had X years
The Per ett Sperilization
Heating Stove Prices
1 C. A. Miller, of Portland, was in teaching experience and was last
. town shaking hands with old friends 'c a r employed in the Corvalh
$1.50 to $20.00
Success as Builders of exceptionally strong lines of
primary room which position was
School Shoes. Peters’ Shoes are money savers for
offered her this year, also. She
Mrs. M. Barger, of Poitland, is
Parents as We Shall Be Ci ;l To Show You-
50Mb. CREAM S E P A R A T O R S
holds a life diploma.
visiting at the home of her sister,
at $40 to $65
Miss Pruner, the intermediate
Mrs. Sarah Palmateer.
room teacher, comes from Rosehurg I
K. W. Bartlett has moved from Nothing need he said of her work
U n i v e r s a l Form C h o p pe r s
the Chrisman property to the rooms as this is her third term in the Iis-
Our pi i<:e
$ 1.0 0
tY OUR G R O C E R Y
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above the Bank of Estacada.
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taeada school and her successful
D EPARTM EN T
J. W. Reed, who has been laid record is known to everyone here.
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up on account of a serious attack of She holds a first grade certificate.
Miss Tracy, the grammar room
rheumatism,"is about well again.
teacher, comes from Drain. She is
lit git nie Fhece Lined Underwear
Mr. and Mrs. F. Jorg and family
Doors, Windows and
a graduate of the Drain Normal
at 50 cents per Garment
Mouldinns. Paint, Oil,
A pple P a r er s
and holds a state certificate.
50 cents Glass. Lime and Cement.
Miss Beach, tile high school a s-;
Agents Phoenix Pure
Roy Morrow and Lester Tidball sistant, is a graduate ol the Port
Family Bay State
Paint, the paint that
started out last week for the hop land High School and the State
No 98 Turn Table
yards with the avowed intention of University also having studied in
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A fine selection of Outing Flannel
making their fortune picking hops. the Berkley University. Her work
to he had at our store at
c s K a a a g g B a a a s BsgfN
10 and 1 2 ' ..cents
Mary and Ester Parotinagian, of consists of instruction in euglidi
HIGH GRADE SEWING
Gresham, spent a couple of days history and latiu. She holds a life
V IS IT
lust week at the home of Rachael diploma.
Prof. James is a graduate of the
Ten Y e a r Guarantee
Michigan Normal and holds a life
Mr. and Mrs H. E. Stubbs re
certificate from Michigan and has
The nifty kind
turned from Portland on Saturday
successfully taken the examinations
after having been absent for some
for a life diploma in Oregon. This
T A K E NO M A N S, W ORD
is his second year here.
Mr. If. G. Bonney spent Sunday
The high school course consists
Your lawyer merely saying a given title is good will not make
with his wife and relatives at Van
of the full four years and will
it so. In fact, he won’ t say it unless he has investigated.
boast of a graduating class this
Geo. II. Sanford and family and year. No tuition is charged in the
And there’s only one method that has ever l>een devised for /
Mr. and Mrs. Parson are camping high school for pupils living out
making such investigation—by'means of an abstract.
on Eagle Creek on their ranches.
side of this district. Eighty dol
If the President of the United States, or the highest judge in i.
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Mrs. I. A. Bonney returned home lars lias been expended for labora
the land should tell you off-hand the title is all right, it could not
last week from Hillsboro where she tory supplies and more will be
spent a few days with her parents, added during the year,
All rooms, except the grammar,
It takes a written grant.
Mr. and Mrs. Tidball are pack were full on the first day and there
Take no man’s word about a tiling so important.
ing, preparatory to moving to Aber are still many pupils to come.
August Stubbc has been secured
Mrs. Caroline Stubbe has been
The Portland Restaurant is spor
Insist on an abstract— a document that will pass muster any-
deen, Wash., where they expert to
as janitor for another year.
quite ill for some time.
ting a new sign.
C. P. Kelley spent Labor Day at
Post M ister Johnson spent some
D. F.*Warner was on the sick
The reliable abstract of title of Clackamas County titles are 0j
Miss Kittie Ellen Reagan went to
time hist week seeing the sights at
list for several days but we are glad Portland on Saturday and met Mrs. his home in this city.
W. A. JONES
to note that he has so far improved G. Doering and her daughter, Miss
Archie Davis of Muliuo is here Seattle.
P R O P R IE T O R
as to he able to be about his work Ottilie, who returned with her and to attend school.
Earnest and Johnny Pints are- Good rigs and careful d riv ers alw ays.
spent Saturday and Sunday visiting
Mrs, Geo. C. Powers of Portland picking hops at Patterson’s hop
G iven H u n tin g and P ish in g P arties
E. F. & F. B. Riley.
I. A. Bonney, who is running an here. Mrs. Doering and daughter is visiting her sister, Mrs. G. T, yard near Gervais.
;■ with her parents in Garfield.
Capital Fully Paid Up - $25,000
L. E. Belfils,
W e Solicit cytecounts
Two M inute T itle T a lk s
Tiiis Shot Gun $4.95
Livery, Feed & Sale
Clackamas Title C o m p a n y
are from Lodi, C al., and are just Hunt of Garfield, for a few days.
returning from the A .-Y .-P . Expo
Mrs. Failing, of Portland, is
sition. They were friends of the visiting at the home of her daugh
Reagans back East.
ter, Mrs. G. T. Hunt of Garfield.
Next Sunday marks the close of
Dales have had a new sign paint
Mr. Will Dale left for Hood
the conference year at the M. Eh ed. Cassidy did the work.
River last week. He intends mak
Church. They extend a cordial
Rev. P. Conklin and wife went ing his home with his sister, Mrs.
invitation to everyone to be present to Portland on Thursday. They Ed. Stubbs, this winter and attend
and hope for a good attendance.
expect to meet Rev. S. Conklin, a ing school.
automobile from Sheridan to the
beach for a real estate company of
Portland, is spending a few davs
with his family here.
Member American Association of Title Men.
Member Oregon Association of Title Men.
510 C h a m b e r o f C o m m e r c e ,
P o r tla n d ,
Orders Received At Estacada State Hank.
Estacada is taking on quite a
the farmers are hauling their grain
into town and the rumble of the
wagons reminds you of the largi^j
We Are Agents For Wheeler & Wilson
And Singer Sewing Machines
Mrs. I. Y . Colvin and Mrs. J
Falkar returned to their homes at
W hen in Estacada you are cordially invited to come in and Vancouver on Friday. They were
see our line of Furniture, Queensware, Glassware, Blankets, Rut's, accompanied by Mrs. Falkar’s
daughter, Mrs. H. G. Bonney, who
Linoleum, and Matting.
intends visiting with them' for a
Don’t fail to look over our line of Blankets.
are right and the blankets are right.
W e w i l l g u a r a n t e e P c r rtla n d p r ic e s
Come in and give us a trial.
Fred North and wife and Willis
Mayfield and wife returned on Sat
urday from Highland, where they
have l»een helping reap the harvest.
Jesse Mayfield and wife leturned
S with them and »oent« short time
“ visiting friends here.
Herman Fronimyer, who has for
some time past conducted a moving
picture show here, suspended oper
ations last Sunday night and has
prepared to 0[>en up a show in
Camas, Wash. We are sorry to
see Mr. Frommyer leave but wish
him success in his new place.
Mrs. K. W. Bartlett was called
to Victoria on account of the serious
illness of her lather W. J. S ikk I-
grass who is confined to the hos-
Estacada Furniture Co. ;
, pital hy a stroke of patalysis.
brother, and his family who come
from Ohio . to take charge of a
church at Oregon City and later
the brothtrs expect to he located
together on Rev. P. Conklin’ s
place in Garfield, recently purchased
from Mr. Holder.
Miss Alice Wilcox who went to
Gladstone to pick hops returned to
her home this week. She was ac
companied by her sister Mrs. Bert
Baxter of Oregon City.
WOOD & LUMBER
Lo cal and P o n g D istance Telephone
Dies Of Dropsy
Dr. Wells, the dentist, was tin-
able to fill Ins date here Friday on
account of being on the sick list but
expects to be out as usual this
Miss Mary Dale, who has lieen
spending some time .it the Breakers
Hotel. Long Beach, Wash, as the
«,RSt of t,le Huterpn/e has returned
after having thoroughly enjoyed
her vacation. Miss Dale also won
first prize in the same contest.
PeterH eId.au old resident of
George, died of dropsy at his home
ilt that place on Saturday. Mr.
Held lias not been in very good
health for about three mouths.
Vernon and Herman Duus, Fred
He was horn in Germany in
Bates and wife, Lester. Oscar I.a-
lSd5. being, therefor, at the time
vina'aud Mrs. Crawford were a
death, seventy-four years of
party of buckle berry pickers who
i ^ 0 oie mountains last Thurs-
»«<■’• He moved from Germany to
Australia and later came to Amer
ica. He settled at George in 1X73,
Mrs. Snuffin was called to Port
being one of the first settlers 111
land on account of the serious ill
that place He is survived hy his
Miss Mattie Ferguson and Mrs
ness of a young child of Mrs
wife, one daughter, Laura Wismer,
Kate Townsend of Fort Dodge
Stevens, which was ill with the
of Bethany. Oreg., and one son,
Iowa old friends of Mr. and Mis.
milk poisoning which Portland has
William at home,
Sparks visited here the first of the
been agitating for some time.
The funeral took place from his
week. They were returning from
Miss Lydia Steinman and Cora a trip to the A. Y. P Exposition. late home on Monday at loo'clock.
the George cemetery.
I Yocum went to pick hops at the
Estacada’ s new depot is certainly
a dandy. Agent Dillman is now
comfortably located in his new
office in the addition, which has
just been completed. The depot
is finished throughout with a fine-
grade of wood and certainly pre
sents a very pleasing appearance.
A new board walk has been laid, : Patterson hop yard near Gervais. i>ortland on Monday and returned
and a good sized dock built on the I ',e>' wtre. accompanied by MRs on Tuesday,
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we St C l 1 1 ill an s two brothers, 1 hilip A young child , ol Mr slid Mr*. \V. A.
believe it’s just what we've been ; an“ Eddie and harl McConnell
Jon« has been qu ite sick tor the last
needing for some time.
Mr. and \Ir< Win Kirchner of
Mr II F LaBrecqne, of Port- Peterson, Iowa an aunt and uncle
The Rt-hekaha give a very Mirce»s(ul
on L ab or C a v . In
land, has added a new confection- ° l Mrs. A. E. Sparks, visited with I "" 1,1 ’ 1 '
f the m en g av e a
ery store to our list of business her here the first of the week. 1 hey dan ce w hich was also pronounced suc
He has remodeled the are returning from the A. Y. P cessful.
building formerly occupied by J. Exposition.
M r. and M rs. Al Linsov went to C o r
R. Wilson for a saloon and has fit-
Mrs Myers, of Barton II Gitli- v a llis W ednesday. Mr Lindsey lias s*
twl il UP for a honle an<1 s,ore J’,r - ,-ns and wife, and W. T. Cross of cured a position r , the cabinet depart
LaBiecque lias not lieeti in good Currinsville. and Mrs. Farmer and m ent of the O regon A gricu ltu ral C ollege
Th Ivht H in com pany w ith M essrs
health for some time and hopes to
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Mr». Fitzgerald, of I ortland re- M artin, Storm and T a y lo r, o f P ortlan d ,
be benefited by our climate. He
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turned from the buckle berry r rtcii and V. tn. Jo n es and John hates w en t in
was a conductor on the railroad foi
of fine t > U v mount liti« 1 isl Frid ay, consequent
a number of years. He desires to on Fn ‘ la>' v'"ilh
tlii issue of the* IfiOC.RRSS is edited by
meet all his old friends at his new berries.
Mr. Cross re|iorts the “ T he k id s ” C heer up! Mr. W om ef c a
ccia 10 rt'inru be lot« the n ext issue.
place of business.
; patch full —of pickers.
Dies Of Paralysis
John Nvbcckcr, an old resident
of Fit wood, tvissed iitvav on Tues
day. Mr Nyliecker had lived in
Elwoo l for about twenty years. A
short t une ago he was stricken with
pa'ah is and «as brought to lista-
rad 1 for treatment.
He was a
shingle weaver hy occupation and
W:i-> aliotit 67 t ears old. So far as
we know lie ii.e. hut one relative, a
brother. Charley, of Napa, Cal.
K . hi I Reed entertained Hattie
Belfils Clcm.t Harkenrider, F’annio
Campbell and I!.,/el Bradford t a
S o'clock tea last Tuesday.