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About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 25, 1909)
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Geo. A. Steel, President.
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L. E Belfils, Cashier
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We do all kinds of legal and notary work. We write insur
ance for six old line companies, one of which
is the largest in the world
We Solicit Your Patronage
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Two Minute Title Talks
THE WORK OF THE EXPERTS
You would not undertake to fix your telephone when it gets S j i
Nor would you risk your own hands to meud the
It takes an exert to do an expert’s work.
The work of searching titles takes a special knowledge as well
There are so many little technical points to be noticed,
E S T A B L IS H E D
HEAD O FFIC ES 509—5 11 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BUILDING.
PO R T LA N D ,
Member American Association of Title Men.
Member Oregon Association of Title Men.
Orders Received At Estacada State Bank.
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Our Pare Food Pent.
S a t u r d a y S p e c ia l
One lot only,
£1 and $2 kind at
Not the up-to-now kind but the good old fashioned kind
that keep your neck warm. Just the thing to slip on to
do the work around the barn.
These are not special sale prices.
Co l Fish bricks, |rer lb. Sets
Pure Cane Sugar, per sack S.s 90
E xira Candied Citron, per lb. 20 c
Lemon Peel. 20 cts.
Schreadtd Cocoanut, very fresh 20
cents tier pound
Cranberries, 1 2 cts. per lb.
Extra choice Navy Beaus 41b 2,scts
Extra Good Coffee 23 cts. per lb.
or 2 lbs. for 45 cts. Try it and
if not as good as you are paving
25 to 35 cts per lb for, bring it
back and get your money. Less
in price but high in quality.
Heavy Box Calf, dull mat top,
heavy double sole, in lestructib’e
Broad extension edge, lull t ie
with cap. This is a magnificent
shoe with plenty of style to i'
and will give all kinds of satn
Wall Paffcr 5 cents and up
We stand ready and willing to correct any mistakes
made by us and we solicit a share of your patronage.
R e s p e c tfu lly
Estacada Furniture Co.
uid it’s worth
We carry the best of
Try us and see
See W in d o w
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One day only not before or after j
and only one to a cusp m. 1
ro Qt. Galvzd. Pail 14 cents
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two packers shut in, The trouble
occurs at the big slide above Roar
IW a Fresi 1111 an
ing river, the water covers the trail
R. M. March, the popular cream
Trespass notices printed on cloth ready and the horses are unable to pass
ery man in charge of the Hazel-
The entertainment and chicken
to put up, at the Progress.
[ over it.
given at Wilbern's hall by
visions and horse feed, however.
Miss Watvo Lewellen, who lias
made good his assertion that he was the Sunday School and Athletic
Good rigs and careful driven always
been at The Dalles with her sister,
At Springfield, Ore., two hun- going to get married. Ray, or Club Saturday night was a decided
fij returned to her home iu Spring- died people were forced to abandon “ Creamery B ill” as be is familiary success. Mr Lee, the Y . M, C. Given Hunting and Fisliini; Parties
water on Saturday.
j their homes by the high water, call, d, came into Ikstucada over a A. instructor in athletics and
which flooded the district. The year ago, a stranger, and took physical culture, of Portland, gave
WOOD & LUMBER
p. T. Davis, of Webster & Davis
experience of Mrs. M. A. Parker charge of the creamery and he has an exhibition with Indian clubs
Local and T.ong Distance Telephone
realizing that Estacada and vicinity
. and her four children was most conducted the business so well that and in hand balancing. All bail a
e K must eventually be a lug place to thrilling. They resided in the be lias received an increase in go.xl time. Proceeds were about
live in, lias purchased ten acres
river bottom, when their home was salary and coqtus bis friends by the #20.
from D. F. Warner and we under
flooded they took refuge in the barn
Holden and Mangrain, the oriter-
stand it is his intention to improve
Mr Iver Erickson and Mr. Vance
it l>ecoming unsafe they climbed
Ile has been jokingly, as his prising young tnen in charge of the of Portland .«petit Sunday with the
1 fTom a feIlce ju(o a tree where they
friends supposed, telling of his in- Gold Medal Shingle Co’ s, mill, are parents of the former.
j Mr. and Mrs. W. J- Lewellen, of renla|ued until daylight when they
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tention to get married. So, on Fri certainly experts in thetr hue.
Messrs Martin and Ray Congdon
Springwater, went to Salem on were secured bv boatmen.
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day be went to Portland returning l i n y have bad a great deal of have relumed home.
W ednesday to spend Thanksgiving
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Mr. and Mrs. A Lindsey, w ho on. Sunday on the evening car with tr< nine, caused by the high water,
day with Mrs. Lewellen’* mother.
Clif Sarver bad a little bed luck
liar- have been at Corvallis for a couple his bride, who was Miss Mary A. but they are of the class who never
They expect also to go on to
last week, two of his horses were
Mrs ° f months, surprised their Estacada llalllieit. of Chaffey, Mo.
'say “ fail.”
risburg to visit her sister,
cut in the barb wire fence along
T|,e man living on the Bohn! the track
Spurlin, before returning home.
suddenly on Monday evening. They bad been friends back lvast, Mr. farm drove down to Eagle Creek
Mr. Jim Linn has met with an
D. F. Warner lias purchased
sptnt t]le njKht with Mr. and Mrs. March leaving there two years ago JMSl ,bove ti,c bridge and attempt-
froin the Marquam tract twenty- * g ranth Tucker, of Springwater, tor the West and v. lien the proper uig to cross a tributary got into other accident. He was hit in the
four and oue lentil acres of section parent9 r,f Mrs. Lindsey. They re time came Mr. March sent for the deepwater. He managed to cut leg by a cable and pretty badly cut.
There was a good crowd of Good
21, T. 3 S., R. E. and has sub- turned to Corvallis on Tuesday.
lady to come to Portland where he | oue borse loosei but the other
I divided it into three portions, two
met and brought her to Estacada as ^till attached to the wagon, 111 • j, Templars at the convention at Ai-
Mrs. March. The ceremony was water Rescuers, attracted to the leta last Saturday
I of ten acres and one of four and S a w M ill T o R e s u m e
performed in Portland by Rev. 1 scene by Adolph's lusty shout*. v '^ e *s alwa>s there with .1 jolly
one tenth acres. He also bought
Operations Tlios n . Walker, pastor of Cal- found
the timlier on this portion and re
sold it to Webster & Davis.
vary Presbyterian Church.
bush, and the other horse where
Mrs- Congdon is very sick
E M. Miller has bought the tint-
A number of his friends called on ¡t bad drifted down to the rail road
pupils were absent from
Mr. Upton, our townsman, has
ber from aliout one hundred and
the bride and groom on Sunday bridge and there got Ids feet on
school last week on the account of
recently lieeu doing work at his
thirty acres of the Marquam tract
evening at the Possen home, where
Mother Earth again. Both were
high water. Why don’
trade out of the city, that we have
and has leased the Western Lumber Mr. March has liecn boarding for • roped’ ’ and drawn to shore.
build a canal boat?
not noted. He built a boiler fur
it Fuel Co’ s, saw mill in Estacada sonie time, to congratulate the new-
of a Mi-s Bessie Hughes and her
nace at Alspaugh for the Gold
and will commence at once to haul jy married collide and to welcome
new public switch being put in just parents have gone to Portlnnd.
Medal Shingle Co , plastered a
the timber to Estacada. Feastcr tbe bride to our midst. Mr, and
I k low the bridge, near the Grange Miss Bessie intends going on to
house across the river for Mr.
Cadonau lias the contract to cut and \ j rs March will live in Estacada.
Hunt, and was down at Barton a
r Seattle where she will spend the
log to the township road, from
few days ago building a flue for
roads or W inter.
there it will be hauled 011 trucks to
John Zohrist went to Portland on ua,]f
It is reported that Mr Coop was
Estacada. Saw timber, piling and
Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving
A crew of men, with an engine, *f en prodding around in his yard
Tbe high water on the Clackamas
Day in the larger citv.
. wer# at work Monday evening re- with a pole, when asked “ Win ?”
has prevented two pack trains, de ance cot into cordwood. This will
moving the drift front above the he said he was looking for th
livering «tipplies to the Southern give employment to
Pacific'» camp at Three Links, from
getting out fiom the camp after | one of Estacada’* idle plants We to day at 10:30. It was the pastors
While we mav tire of the rain
taking in th ir pack laM time. Cur are informed by Mr. Miller that desire that all Christian» and friends let ns lie thankful we have no bli/.-
Mayor J W. Reid nude a lmsi-
tis ^ ilcox and Wm.'Davia arc the work will be commenced at once.
of al^ the churches participate.
,za»ds, tidal wave* or earth quake« ness trip to Portland on Wednesday
LO C A L N E W S AND
P E R S O N A L M EN TIO N
Livery, Feed & Saie
W. A. JONES
We arc agents for the Wheeler j Our line of rugs are complete
& Wilson and Singer sewing 9x12 Jib 00 and up
We have a
machines, the best machines on large shipment of Furniture that
the market and you can bu\ will be here this week. Co^ne
them for #5 down and $5 per and look it over and see for
values $2, $3, $4.
40 pairs only at the one price of
This lot of shoes con
sists of Misses, Ladies, Boys and
Mens. Remeiutier, 1:0 sales will
be made ont of this lot of shoes
When in need of Furniture, Queensware, Linoleum,
Matting. Blankets and Wall Paper. Come in and look over
This is one of
Specials at. ? (
ami its ah ut
the liest cold
■ ver built.
Special Sdlo, Broken Stock
u w M n a w . M K W i . A ' r K M n I r.-M.nw»- — sei »»nn
the title man.
E. F. & F. B Rilev
on your invitation gowns, shirts,
pjamas, petticoats, kitnonas and
sa«iues made of the soft flannel
ette, which we have iu stock,
will keep you snugly warm all
Winter ut a very small cost.
10 and 12 cts per yard
Y o u r N u m b e r Is
U n i » rx x a u s tä ts b s m m r . •
He is an expert in bis line just as the plumber or the electri- ^
Clackamas Title Company- Inc.
so many knots to untangle in a complicated title that the work has
developed as special talent
¡in p D rta n t
A clerk cannot safely undertake it; neither can
The main tho i .h: back of this Saturday Special Sale is to keep the Store Fresh. The in
cidental bargains are important to those who buy them. This is our thought always, Summer or
Winter. But the mind of the great body of peop'e is constantly on the fine, fresh stock that we
show every day in the yeir. If wc were like the old merchant who said, “I’ll be switched if I buy
any more of this ribbon, it sells so fast I can’t k ep stock” we rrrght have a fine clean stock all the
time without any worry over edds and ends or “bumps” of merchandise. But with the many in
dividual sales daily, there must be a constant watchfulness and cleaning out of things that are not
absolutely fresh, that are broken in size or styles getting ready to turn the comers.
Materials & ; % , „
Perfection W )
lion are a few of them. In the Bridge &
Beach Stove you are not buying the cheap
est stove, in price, on the market, but a
stove or range that will give the house
wife entire, satisfaction, and our cash buy
ing and selling enables us to give you the
lowest possible price.
in the purchase
of a sieve?
W e g i v e e v e r y f a c i l i t y a n d a c c o m o d n tio n ^ th a t. is c o n s i s t e n t w i t h
ESTACADA MERCANTILE COMPANY
We handle Trusts, Commissions, Escrows, Open Accounts, i i
and Time Deposits. We issue Drafts and Letters
of Credit to all parts of the world.
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Bank J !
Geo. A. Steel, Thos. Yocum, John Zubrist, L. E. BelHIs
as a special skill.
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out of order.
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EST A C A D A OREGON, TH U R SD A Y , NO VEM BER 25. 1909