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About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 16, 1909)
E ST A C A D A . OREGON, T H U R SD A Y , S E P T E M B E R 16, 1909
Capital Fully Paid Up - $25,000
O N K IR S :
G e o. S te e l,
P re sid e n t.
E. M . M iller, Real E s ta te Officer
L. E. Belfils,
T. Yocym, :
We Solicit cylccounts
Two Minute Title Talks
Your lawyer merely saying a given title is good will not make
A Trip To The
The River Mill Co. has com
menced the shipment of their cord Party Of Estacada’s B rave
wood,, of which they have about
Hunters Return With Cub
four hundred cords cut.
Bear— Plenty Of Fun
!| Preaching at thsTKree Methodist
500 lb. C R E A M S E P A R A T O R S
at #40 to f,f >5
T R Y OUR G R O C E R Y
D EPARTM EN T
p P e t e r s ¡Shoe Co.l
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There For All
’ Church next Sunday at 3 o’clock
. j i\ M. and also 7:30 in the evening
The Editor, in company with W.
by the Pastor, Rev. S G. Roper.
p' s ’
A. Jones, the liveryman and tourist-
Hygienic Fleece Lined Underwear
i n , . Xeiva
v . i „ . Green,
__„f of Oregon ! Party packer, and John Bates, a re
at 50 cents per Garment
City, spent Wednesday
Shoes tor the little folks,
Shoes to: the big folks.
of Portland, composed a hunting
F or S a l e or will trade for a farm and fishing party that left Estacada
The Diamond Brand, that is
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One of the finest resident proper- 1 OI1 September 3rd for a ten day
the kind we have. The diamond
A fine selection of Outing Flannel
ties in Estacada with one or four trjp jn j|le o ascacjes, a description
itself is a very hard stone. So
r r &
it is with our Diamond Brand
lots. Inquire at the Progress.
of which we will endeavor to give
G i ’- n
10 and 12 '.-cents
Shoes, they are hard. That is,
J. R. Wilson, of Portland, was in to our readers, but which must be
hard to heat for price and dur
Estacada on Wednesday seeing old ; taken to be fully appreciated.
We arrived at the upper ford 011
friends and taking a look at the old
Roaring river the first evening and
U n iv e r s a l F ood C h o p per s
Mrs. Stubbe, who has been quite made camp. Here we found Messrs
til, remains about the same. Her
condition has been considered quite
serious, owing to her advanced age. who were camped at this point and
made members of our party after !
Little Harry Osborne, who has we left this camp. Game and fish
suffered very much from a severe were found to be plentiful but the j
case of dysentery, is slowly recover individual members of our party j
Doors, Windows and
Mouldings. Paint, Oil,
were opposed to the slaughter and j
Glass. Lime and Cement.
No preaching services at the M.
Agents Phoenix Pure
Family Bay State
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E. Church next Sunday on account most sportsmen that neither the j
Paint, the paint that
of the absence of the pastor at con stream nor the woods were depleted j
The other services as
Stouu, in particular, thought that
Pruning knives, shears and saws
a considerable portion of the eleva
we have a new supply of this
Ira N. Brickey. of Prosser, ted laud could be used to a better
class of goods and offer our cus
Wash., is a new student in our advantage in the Portland Slotigh
tomers floods of Quality.
schools he is a nephew of J. Y. to fill with than to climb over, so
Ten Y ear Guarantee
Clyde Tree Primers with
Barr and comes here to attend they decided to return from this
spring 6 ft.
camp home atid see if they could
Cl) tie Tree Primers with
Edith, the ten year old daughter not get a coutraot for its removal
spring 8 ft.
of Mr. and Mrs, Tidball, fell from that would be more remunerative
Clyde Tree Primers with
a barn window Tuesday morning than hunting.
spring 10 ft.
The balance of our party moved
and broke her left wrist also badly
on farther East and to higher
spraining her right one.
ground, Cache camp on the Oak
E. P. Scott has fitted up a very Grove trail being our destination.
cozy office on 2nd street, in the Es This was reached just at dusk'*and
tacada State Bank building and lias camp pitched hurriedly for the
decorated the same with grains, night, abundant horse feed was
grasses and fruits the product of found here as it is a long narrow
meadow and an ideal camping
J. W. Miller and wife, of Port ground. Several years ago a band
land, cousins of E. M. Miller were of indians engaged in hunting were
Estacada visitors last Sunday. Mr. snowed in at this point and all
Miller was looking over our little their horses perished, they cached and the Editor. This was the
their saddles and camp equipment
Progress In Church Work
city with a view to locating here.
when the two Portland
here and the camp has since been
gentlemen ceased to be “ tender-
John Bowman brought to the known as Cache camp.
Sabbath last closed another con
feet” for the ever-ready John and ference year of the M. E. Church
office on Monday a single hill of
Early the following morning W. the wiley Willie took them on a
W. A. JO N E S
Iiurbank potatoes that contained
A. Jones and another member of fishing trip over logs through brush and the pastor, Rev. H. W. Kuhl-
twelve potatoes and weighed eleven
the party started to locate the game to the stream and fished until near ntan, left on Monday for Cottage
Good rigs and careful drivers always
lbs. and was grown by him on his and were not long in doing it as
Grove to attend the annual session
ly dark and then started for Esta of this conference.
ranch south of the city limits.
Given Hunting and Fishing Parties
by nine o’ clock a black cub bear cada instead of toward camp which
The church society here is com
Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Looney ar had been killed and two fine bucks was in the opposite direction. After jxjsecl of members of several other
WOOD & LUMBER
rived in Estacada last week fre ni — missed. It was probably due to traveling some six or mote miles in denominations as well as Methodists
Local and Jamg Distance Telephone
Central Oregon where they have
this direction they informed the antj in the absence of a church so-
been for about five or six months. himself that he gave up his life two “ tenderfeet that they were on cjety Gf their choice united about
by the pastor’s remarks from time
Mr Looney thinks there is no place than it was to the unerring aim of the wrong trail and would have to ti,ree years a(, 0 with this church
to time, is for men and women,
the hunter. Jones suggested how
retrace their steps and as night had aIlcj commenced the organization boys and gills to aid in carrying on
ever that it was a good thing we
t]le Methodist Episcopal Church the woik. The church needs more
C. G. Franklin, Gen. Supt., and did not hit everything we shot at, overtaken them it became very dif
ficult to keep on the trail and they s ocjety alK] the erection of a church workers. Many of us differ in our
F. D. Hunt, Traffic Manager of the
for game was getting scarce. \Ye
were obliged to camp out all night <p0 }>])ow what a mere haudfull of views us to what constitutes this
P. R. L. & P. Co., with their fam
would not be much surprised to
without any lunch or bed, so they j,e0j,]e bent on doing good can ac- work but nil agree it means to do
ilies have l)een spending a ten days
find a kodak and no gun in his built a fire and camped. I lie first colllp]ls], we make a little note of
good The membership are unan-
vacation at the Estacada left on
next hunting outfit, as carrying dawn of day found them on the sonic 0f t|le things accomplished.
! imous in their desire to have Rev.
Sunday afterngou for their homes
memory pictures of all the game be trail campward, which they reached
We do not presume to be able to Ktihlmnn returned by the confer-
comes as burdensome as packing a about 8 a . m . having walked hard
S[x-ak of all of them for from our enee as pastor for the coming year,
What is said to be the highest seventy-five pound cub bear up a for four hours, and when once in human view we cannot see them as I be ruling power however is with
plice ever paid for an apple crop one third pitch mountain hillside, camp again they either stayed there
they are seen by an all wise judge. the bishop of this conference and
anywhere has just been closed for
Beautiful mountain scenery was or went fishing alone and gave it as
The church, from a financial who the new pastor will be will not
the Hood River and Mosier Yalley everywhere to be found in and their version that Jones and Bates
standpoint, has been very success 1 lie known until the conference has
yields. J. A. Steinhardt, of the around Cache camp. On Sliellrock were lost and did not know where
ful as they have built and own a | completed its work,
fruit-buying firm of Steinhardt & mountain one has a fine view East to go instead of putting them
fine church edifice, and during the
Kelley, New York City, visited j to the summit of the Cascades, through the third degree as main
year just ending a good, substantial
both districts the past week and I Shellrock lake at its base, as well tained by the other two. VVe have
President Taft, who comes to
¿lid comfortable parsonage has been
contracted for the entire yield of the as numerous other lakes, glitter not come to a conclusion ourselves
Portland October 2, has been in
built at a cost of about twelve hun
duced to cut out a golf game that
Mosier and Hood River valleys at through the green foliage of the fir, so we give both sides ot the inci
dred do lars and with the lot mid
better than $2.50 per box. As the larch and pine making a picture dents and allow the reader to draw
had been planned for him here and
work t it the foundation, which had
total crop will run up to about 150 that would be the ideal of an artist. his own conclusion.
make a public address so that his
previously been done, would make
carloads, the contract just made
Here also are camped the engin the value of this property about $ 1, admirers here may have an oppor
The reconnoit/ring party of two
will put more than 8200,000 into j having given shell a favorable re- j eer corps of the Blockley camps S(>0
<p|,e society's property is tunity to hear him speak. It was
the pockets of apple growers in port in camn/enthused the entire whom we found to lie very good ,vorti, about $6000 and of this first arranged to have the big Pres
these two districts.
party aneLday-break the next morn-; company as well as good fishermen. amount their is an indebtedness of ident kept somewhat in seclusion;
A Sunday School Rally and Con- in«
every member of the
The rain and a messenger from about four hundred dollars. This appearing only at a banquet that
the we consider a remarkable showing could be attended by u limited
vention for Springwater District, I
scrambling the steep hill- Kstacada, which required
numlxrr. It now appears that in
Clackamas County will be hpld^wcs. Beautiful scenery is what
for so short a time. We consider
we saw, the noise we made gave ruptly terminated our fishing and also that the church has made a addition to making ¡1 public address
will iW in sessrtW-Tn^mng. after- thc <lter ample time to get away, so hunting trip and was the reason long stride on other lines of work at the Armory on the afternoon of
October 2, lie will lay the corner
noon and evening, It will be held : we returned to camp tired. The why we came home to our friends as well. Rev. Kuhlman, who is
at the First Methodist Episcopal ne*t morning we moved camp to' with so little of fish or venison as the third pastor for the church, lias stone of the First Universalis!
church on the following day,
Church in Currinsville. Tiiev have within a mile of Oak Grove river we had delayed the killing until had several accessions in member
i had printed a number of programs where fish and ^ame are plentiful near the end of journey for fear it ship during the year and church
Mr. James Hclfrh h and family,
j which are being sent around the Here we were treated to a shower would spoil,
services are much better attended
county. Thc addresses and talks ’ ’ath for it rained sufficient to get
• former residents of Estacada expect
are ail bv good speakers and it thoroughly soaked.
A complete line of school la-oks than formally, a gradual increase is to leave for California aluiut the
last of this m mill in rearch ot a
promises to be an excellent con-' There were only two of us in on hand. Buy early while assort - not ¡cable.
The greatest need, as indicated lieu home.
, cantp the first night, Mr, Pollard i men*lasts. F.stacada Pharmacy.
T A K E N O M A N 'S
LO C A L N EW S AND
P E R SO N A L M ENTIO N
? i A YEAR
In'fact, lie won't say it unless lie lias investigated.
And there's only one method that has ever been devised for
making such investigation—by means of an abstract.
If the President of the United States, or the highest judge in
the land should tell you off-hand the title is all right, it could not
This Shot Gun $4.95
It takes a written grant.
Take no man's word about a thing so important.
Insist on an abstract—-a document that will pass muster any
The reliable abstract of title of Clackamas County titles are
Clackamas Title Company"
E. F. & F. B. Riley.
Member American Association of Title Men.
Member Oregon Association of Title Men.
510 Chamber of Commerce,
P o rtla n d ,
O re go n
O rd e rs Received A t Esta ca da S ta te Bank.
We Are Agents For Wheeler & Wilson
And Singer Sewing Machines
When in Estacada you are cordially invited to come in
see our line of Furniture, Queensware, Glassware, Blankets,
Linoleum, and Matting.
Don’t fail to look over our line of Blankets.
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We will g u a ra n te e P o r t la n d pricey
Come in and give us a trial.
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