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About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 20, 1910)
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KST ACA OA, OU KO ON. T H U R SD A Y , JA N U A R Y 20. u ¿to
If you cannot be on hand at 5:30 K'K’ POSSM
be sure to come at 7:30. Program
____is open to the public, b >th in the
Joli il Zobrist has been on jjJlÉ matter of taking part and listening
! Come and help t liebst ranger within
sick list the past week.
our gates to feel at home.
The operation at the River Mill
has been closed down tor a few
A L*«sor F-er Nellie.
; j days.
'ra. TV« blngton vro a strict disc,
L. E BelfHs, Cashier •
Geo. A. Steel, President.
... , 1 I’linurinu about c< rtaln matters and
A new side walk will be built by j
oth„ r tu i,.
, lv, ays lv ,iu,ri..,
August S'.tibbe on the north side of, Hi? members of the U. -ra-liolil to f. I-
lot (1 block »6, original townsite. i lo,r ,,1(* 0;; unple of In r husband and
, cn ss for dinner, wlri-U v.-ris at li
1 ' ' .
A 1 Lindsey has been running t h e ' o’clock. On one oii.-ision Nellie Cur
Geo. A. Steel, Thos. Yocum, John Zobrist, L.
wood plant a tew days to finish j
,"|rtb» f Bm,rU,1
appeared at the table la tlietr morning-
some stock ot the saw mill.
I powus, but no comment was mad *
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upon It until a coach was aeon np
A 1 Lindsey has commenced the
Ilg and tlle vlsltors. B0,.‘ 0
erection of a house for Mr, Hannah | l’rcueh officers of lil.'li rank and
who recently was burned out. It ' Charles Carroll, J r .. of Cnrrollton, ono
o f M iss Custls* nrdcut su'tors, v e r ■
is to be built on flic old site.
announced. In sta n ti; thè clrls. in a
Arthur E. Swain, of the Eugene flutter o f (C.eltement, botiseli to bo ex- ì
LOCAI, N I.W S AND
P ER SO N A L M ENTION
Capital F u lly Paid Up - $25,000
Oct The Banking Habit—It Pays
euscd In o rd ir to 1 flange th clr ¿oivas.
Bible School, will occupy the pulpit bui Mrs. W ashington shock ber head.
in the Church of Christ next Sun “ No,” she nild. “ PeniliIn iis 5 ni me.
A (-estuine itood e;i, -tigli fu r Pi-esldent
F, I). Hunt, traffic manager for
the Portland Railway, Light N
Power Co., paid the Progress office
a visit the first of the week.
The more bank depositors there are in a community, the more
prosperous that locality will be, both as far as the individual
izens are concerned, and also as regards the community as a whole.
W ashington D g o n i énougl» fot- nny
guest o f hls." Needle3S to gay. Miss
Xellle never oierlooked hcr proper
giudi fo r (Umici- agalli. — National
Large bank balances mean much prosperity.
While passing by an old fashioned
The Portland Railway, Light
Inn in Scotland .the tourists were, at-
Power Co. have some new drills! iraeted by an ancient bagpiper, who
at tha new power site at the River j was looting atrocious sounds through
Mill, which, we understood, have 1111 Instrument that w as both ililaiii-
itatril mid squeaky. “Urea» Jerlc-bo,
not yet gotten successfully to work. San d y!" exclaim ed one in desperation.
Money sent to any part of the United States by telegraph
J. C. McCulloch and wife, of
Prineville, were Estacada visitors
on Sunday. Mr, McCulloch is a
real estate man and was looking up
some of our opportunités for in
“ W by don’ t you have your bagpipes
repaired?" And the old tunn ceased
playing and looked up in astonish
ment. " lla v e r s , 1:1011. ye dinna under
stand! If mn bag-por es wor in good
tunc tins Inn men wiima give me 2
shillings to move on."
Evangelist M. H. Wood, who is
now stationed in Oregon City, held
services in the Christian Church
last Sundav morning and evening.
He expects to return the third Sun
day of February again
The m ajority o f 'people are iinahle to
determine the wind’s velocity. When
the smoke from a chim ney moves i:i a
straight, vertical column, it means that
a i.ne to two miles an hour breeze k,
blowing. A three miles an hour wind
w ill Ju st s '! r the leaves ot. ‘ lie trees.
Tvp'nty-flye inlics ail hour will sw ay
the trunks; at fo rty the sm all branches
will break, and it takes a mile a min
uto gale t > snap the trunks o f big
S aaK S H K aaS aS aS
■' ESTABLISHED 1893
B. R i l e y , Secretary
Head offlcees 509-510-511 Chamber of Commerce Building
Clias. Duncan, of Garfield, killed
a bob-cat 011 Wednesday nam ing
that measured 3 ft. in length, was
18 inches high and weighed 22 lbs,
It was discovered at the lieu house
where it was trying to make a meal
of Charley’ s forty-cents-a-dozeu
ben fruit producers. This was too
much for him to stand and while
he don't like to take life lie took
down his old trusty, took deliberate
aim and the bob cat laid down
without chicken dinner.
Land Title experts. Makers of reliable Abstracts of Clack
amas County Titles. Investments. Mortgage Loans.
ESTACADA MERCANTILE COMPANY
"T h e fellow who’ s givin g it.” —C leve
n n w H
ia a a n
“ blind pig” is dead to stay dead.
Don’ t you know pork is high?
Pleasant and Ernest Douglass
have bought 500 cords of wood
from Victor Berg at 50 cents per
cord. They expect to have it cut
To Whom It May Conceru;
It has been rumored that Mr.
W. A. JO N E S
Roy Myers, our genial station agent
P R O P R IE T O R
caused the telephone line to be cut
Good rigs ami careful drivers always
loose from K. E. Elliott’s, and that
On Wednesday evening a theatre au effort lias been made to have
Given Hunting and Joshing Parties
Bill" Irvin, a familiar character party, made up of sixty-eight him discharged by the railroad
of this community, was arrested by
Local and Long Dist ance Telephone
Mrs. Effie Jones and Mrs. Bertha
Deputy Sheriff Bridenstine on Wed Currbisville and Eagle Creek, went Mr. Myers had nothing whatever
nesday on complaint of Mrs. Stuhbe to Portland by special ear, leaving to do with it. The Douglas Ridge Shaukland were visiting with Mrs,
who had her home ransacked hist Cazadero at 5:30 P. M. and return Telephone Co. ai tends to its own N. C. Shaukland a few davs last
business and we have no reason to week.
Summer and a watch, charm, and ing at 2 A. M.
Arrangements had been made by think that Mr. Myers does not do
Mrs. N. C. Shaukland, who lias
about thirteen dollars in money
Notice is hereby given that the
E. Belfils for the special as well the same.
taken during her absence in the
been ill, has gone to Portland to [ undersigned was on the 10th day
Don’ t forget to install a telephone consult her family physician,
field at work. She had a warrant as seats at the Portland, where
of January, A. D. 1910, appointed
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issued at the time for Irvin 's arrest Florence Roberts and White Wliit- when you have a chance. “ There
Mr Noel Sarver, our noted by the County Court of Clackamas
charging him with the crime. He tlessy in “ The Transformation” was a man in our town and he was wrestler found Mr. Rivers, of Eagle County, State of Oregon, Guardian
was taken to Oregon City on were holding forth. A few of tin wondrous wise” but less than two Creek, au easy customer last week, of the person and estate of II. W.
party went to see “ Sis Hopkins” years ago he made fun of the rural Throwing him two out of three and Blood, insane.
at the Baker.
telephone when the line went by the last fall was in double quick
Therefor, anyone owing or hav
The entertainment was enjoyed bis door. A few days ago he rode tjme.
ing a valid claim against said estate
| by the party, including the “ Big 6 miles in ‘ the mud to see if he
shall pay or file their claim, as the
The pupils of Hie Currinsville
Show ou Wheels” which was a could get ou a new line,
case may be, with me as required
school were treated with a jolly
On Friday evening January 21st, continuous performance wherin
Mr. E N. Palfrey has rented his surprise last Saturday eve. They by law.
the Ladies’ Aid will receive at the
L. E. B e l f i l s
farm to Mr, Affolter and will move
Odd Fellows’ Hall. Reception pro- ; J- W. Reed, as Mayor, L. E Etl- very soon to his new place near wc:e given a party in Mr. E ly’ s
Guardian in the matter of the
ball by their teacher. Miss Man.
gram begins at 7:30. This will be fils and F. W. Gartner, as hold-ups,
Aurora, We are sorry to lose them New games were introduced and estate of H. W. Blood
preceeded by a supper served exact-1 R H. Currin and H. \ . Adix, as
as they have proven themselves ; everjone bad a jolly good time,
ly to suit your style, your appetite, the go betweens, and A. E. Sparks, good neighbors,
Mr. Clias. Kitcbing. who has Thanks People Of Oregon
and yom pursy. You are your own an unsophisticated ruralite, in a I citizens and altogether very pleas
been very sick the past week or
waiter and choose only what you burlesque on " A Rough House,” ant associates.
The Nesmith County Committee
two, has recovered so far as to be
want at the following prices; salad assisted by some amatures ot lesser
Cahill and Baker have taken the
through the columns of
up and around again.
1 4 cts., chicken 7 ets., meat loaf 5
contract of building the trunk line
E stacada P rogress to express
cts., weenies and kraut 9 cts., po- -VI Drill, although a great power
" I t ’s All in the Pay Streak." A
from the Grange ball to Estacada.
appreciation and extend its thanks
tato 3 cts , 1 >eans 3 cts., sandwiches j producer, got lost during the en
We hope and expect to see the ; comedy melodrama of the wild and to the citizens of Oregon (or the a s
2 cts., pickles 1 ct., cake 5 cts..
work pushed vigorously. Line No. 1 wooly "'e a t for the first time to he sistance rendered it in procuring
House” and could not lie found un
pie 5 cts., coflce or tea 5 cts.
1, viz, The Douglas Ridge Mutual 1 seen in Oregon, will be attempted the requisite number i f signatures
Candy booths will supply any til Estacada was reached, when be
Telephone C o., expect to be con- by the Currinsville Drama Club at of legal voters to a petition for the
was discovered ou the rear platform
j sweetening that may be required,
nccted with the metropolis in a few E ly ’s hall in the near fhture. creation of Nesmith county. It is
On the program will appear some out of harm s way.
Me.sers. Melvin Shankland and W.
through the liberal minded ness of
The crowded condition ot the days and we have no doubt the
. of our business men noted for
R. Thompson have secured this
the citizenship of the state that the
eloquence and oratory. Miss Jones
it must be plain to all that it is ]»lay from the King Publishers
will sing for us. The Standish a transfer to a smaller car increased much lietter to have direct connec They have had some experience in committee has been enabled to file
Brothers will do a few stunts in the number unable to get a scat, tion there with so many other lines, dramas, and with the characters tlie petition with the Secretary of
their line, and Mr. Ed. Hunt says and tile mashing of Sparks’ hat a prompt and efficient central and they liaye selected, are anticipating Stale with 35 jier cent more signa
lie will bring the "old violin." were the only features to complain more than all to be always able to success with a large and pleased tures than required by law, show
Mr. Fred Horner, recently from of. -. We would suggest that au ef- call <>>e pbvsiuan in case-of illnes«. audience. The company not put ing that the people recognize the
One of t ’ ncle Sam’ s servants was ting on ‘ ‘Ten Nights in a Bar justice of our claim and are willing
England, and known the country fort he made to induce the railway
that the qualified electors ef the
over f >r Ins musical talent, will ^ ’ people to give us a'lout twice a in Eagle Creek last week making Room was due to the lacking of
state pass judgment upon the ques
month a late car. We believe this some personal inquires and we have c|,aracters
on ban ’
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wills would give our people an opportu- no reason to doubt that he got the
tion at issue at the next general
If you need anything in our line come in or phone.
C O M M ITT EE,
will r-.u.ler some Southern melodies trinity to have more pleasure and information he was looking for. It Mr Tver Erickson
has been at election.
By Ü L- Reis, Stcy.
! ++ ; .t You ;c:;r.ot afford to miss this treat would be profitable to the company, i, to be liojied the Eagle Creek home the last few days.
Member American Association of Title Men.
Member Oregon Association of Title Men.
A First Class Harness Maker In Charge.
Jin k s —W hich women have the worst
tempers, blonds or brunettes? B ln k s -
My w ife has been both, and I could
not see any difference.—New York
We are in receipt of some clip
pings of Heyburn, Idaho, items
from Mrs. Grace Green, formerly a
resident of Estacada but now of
Heyburn. These show that the "Nobody listens to advice.”
“ You’re wrong. One fellow alw ays
town and smrounding country are
anticipating a pros pi runs year.
"W ho’s I hat?”
Clackamas Title Company, Inc.
E. F. R i l e y , President.
We do Harness Repair Work and make harness io
Estacada Furniture Company |
Come in and look over our line of Furniture. Queens- f
ware, Wall Paper, Building Paper, Comforts, Blankets, Mat
ting, Lipoleum, Oil Cloth, Iron Beds, Springs, Mattresses,
Sewing Machines, the kind you can rely upon; we will sell
you a Singer or Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine for
$5.00 down and $5.00 per month. Use it while you pay
for it. We have a larger and better line than ever before
and we will give you Prices That Are Right.
_We have just received a nice shipment of Wall Paper.
Come in and look over our stock. We also have just un
packed a nice lot of dishes, which just arrived, and the
prices are right.
To our Friends and Patrons:
We heartily thank you for your past patronage and ask
a continuance for 1910
Estacada Furniture Co.
New Comer’s Social