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About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 27, 1910)
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E STACAD A. OREGON, TH URSDAY. JANUARY 27.
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il Estacada State
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Horn to Mr and Mrs. A Navot- 'I. O. O. F. Hall Scene O f
ine on Jauy, 21st a baby girl.
Merry Gat: ering Last Fri
Mrs. V. Yocum went to Portland.
L. E Belfils, Cashier
E. M. Mitler is cutting some pil
ing lrom the towusite projierty.
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Jowdy is selling out, see liLs bar-
Capital Fully Paid Up -
■ Geo. A. Steel, President.
LO CA L NEW S AND
Our Guarantee On Cutlery And What It Means To
’ HEN we ell a pair of Shears, Razor, Pocket Knife or
Butcher Knife and if within 30 days it is not sa.isfactory
we give another in it’s place free of charge. It is good
when you buy from us or we make it good.
The New Coiners’ Social on Fri -1
day evening last was well attended
Geo. A. Steel, Thos. Yocum, John Zobrist, L. E. Belfils | Mr. and Mrs Coffer, of Yioja, j
by the suirouuding country and!
' are rejoicing over the arrivul of a 1
Estacada people, especially so the
I baby girl at tlie>r home Saturday
condition of roads and the weather
R. A. Stratton, of Hamilton,
High Tops For
A supper was served bv the
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1 Mont., was in the city on Sunday. | |acjjes 0f the aid society in the earl\
| Mr. Stratton was an ex-councilman ! part of the evening which was suc
j and former banker in Estacad
High Tops For
cessful in a social way and enriched
We did not see him while here, but the society by $36.95, the receipt,
Oct The Banking habit— Pays
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Sish, Doors, Moulding, Sand
were informed be was the same of the evening. Wills and McCor
genial “ Bob,”
mick entertained with some South
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Cement, Lime, Plaster,
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Harshberger, ern melodies as well as the Standish
£ f. f . s, 4
The more bank depositors there are in a community# the more-
parents of Mrs. W. V. Petiland and brothers Miles Standish proving
Paints, Oils and Builder’s
prosperous that locality will be, both as far as the individual cit
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Mrs Jorg, and Daniel Harshberger his ability with a pair of clogs.
W e have sev-
an uncle, of Portland, are pay»«« ; Miss Jones and Fred Horner eacn
izens are concerned, and also as regards the community as a whole.
in their turn sang solos, while I,.
eral of the best
the two families a visit.
Large bank balances mean much prosperity.
Geo. J. K e lle y , land agent of the P. R
makes of High
L. & P. C o ., was in E stacada on Tlmrs- j Whitcomb and
A social spirit of
d ay. Mr. K e lle y , in speakin g of the re- j made speeches.
cen t sales of his com pany m entioned welcome pervaded the gathering
here, said that the R iv e r M ill tract
which made you feel glut you were
would also be sold if a b u yer could be
there and especially glad that you
$3.75 to $8.00
M oney sent to any part of the United States by telegraph
were in Oregon, all hough it was
M r'and Mrs Julius Krieger, of made plain enough that the “ new
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Sellwood, were in Estacada last comer” was here it was shown that
Genuine Hciiney Buggies
v.eek visiting Mr Krieger's mother lie was not here to be ‘ ‘skinned,”
before taking leave for. the East. nor do all the boosting but was
We make Harness To Your
We sell Olympic, Snowdrift,
They have gone to Clayton, 111 ., willing to Help. The old settler or
Oliver Chilled Plows
Order and do harness repair
the borne of Mrs. Kiieger’s father, a newcomer being benefited, in our
Bhiestein and Lighthouse Flour.
work also Tin work and plumb
where they will remain should Mr. opinion, is very much as they make
Each sack guaranteed.
Krieger be satisfied with the East it themselves.
Superior Grain Drills
to live in.
The new comer, who feit that all
Canton Disc Plows and
R. M. Standish now occupies the he had to do was to get up and
Zobrist property in the Fraley ad move West to pick up gold like
Their car of household dirt, may discover lie may have to
W e have a lair stock on hand and a car load to arrive in a few days.
goods .having come in Monday. pick up dirt to make the gold,
The goods were found to be in
hopes to make the remainder of bis
bad shape having evidently
E. F, R il e y , President.
F r a n k Ii. R i l e y , Secretary
a life of ease and lazy luxury
been in a wreck auj much of his
because he has skinned the Eastern
furniture was broken.
er, might be outclassed in that
Mr. A, C. Anderson has rented a game and while he is holding up
Head offlcees 509-510-511 Chamber of Commerce Building
house here and with his sister will his land to a price to accomplish
occupy the same. Matt Anderson his skiuuing process, his Eastern
of Garfield, their father, informs us victim lias, bought part of his
that be is expecting bis son and neighbor's ranch and is developing
family from the East this week, it along modern lines and reaping b.-r lies between North Fork and 1 townsite company purchased.
Land Title experts.
Makers of reliable Abstracts of Clack
who will go on his farm in Garfield what he deserves to reap, which is Roaring river and was sold to W. |
Second Annual Com m on
amas County Titles. Investments.
We desire to impress-upon old stand ot timber is 45,000,000 feet
What looks like very good profit
W . A. JON ES
residents and newcomers alike, this and the consideration was £85,000.
to the farmer was demonstrated fact: it is our best improved ranch
P R O P R IE T O R
last week by J. P. Steinman, of es that are b- in,; sought as well as
University of Oregon, Eugene, ! Good rigs and careful drivers alw ays
Lady Bachelors Entertain
Member American Association of Title Men.
Currinsville. He butchered eight
Jan. 22: The second annual Com-;
the best apples and berries. We
Given H u n tin g and F ish in g Parties
monwealth Conference, a move-1
Member Oregon Association of Title Men.
do not have a supply of any of
The lady bachelors co-operative
that averaged 179 lbs., each, for
these products on hand, 011 account boarding apartment was th - scene ment started last year on the semi
WOOD & LUMBER
which he received the top price of of there being too good. Wc pro
centennial of the admission of Ore I#ocal and L o n g D istance Telephone
11 '2 cents per lb. He says anyone
bably do have some because they evening, when the Misses Maude gon into the Union, will be held at I
can do the same thing as the market were not good enough.
the University of Oregon Feb. 11 th
Sturgeon ;u>d Eva Pruner enter
is now, if he has the right kind of
12th. Prominent men from j
Again we say, life in the West, tained at dinner the Misses Jones,
as anywnere else, is largely what Trncv, Beech and Ginther, A very various parts of Oregon and from [ Notice is hereby given that the
James Freeman, son of Mr. and we make it, and we know of no pleasant time was spent ' and the the faculty of the University will be i I undersigned was on the 10th day
speakers on the occasion, and the
Mrs B Freeman, left on Monday community anywhere that offers as dinner pronounced as being ap
! of January, A. D. 1910, appointed
subjects for discussion will be the
for Portland his ] robable desti
petizing to the inner wo man. It
by the County Court of Clackamas
leading problems now before the
f nation being California. He thinks the man of modern means, as does is said that it seemed so much like state. The sessions last year were j County, State of Oregon, Guardian
a teachers gathering that Principal
I of the person and estate of II. W.
V of entering some business college our own iii and around Estacada.
The Estacada Orchestra rendered James felt slighted that lie was not pronounced most profitable by all Blood, insane.
As lie is the only child his father
present, and this plan to unite
and mother were very sorry to see two selections which were enjoyed invited. But then look how noisy
Therefor, anyone owing or liav-
and the arts of practical life
him go_away, but are anxious that by all. Those taking part in the lie was when invited to go along
I ing a valid claim against suid estate
C om e in and look over outline of Furniture. Queens-
in Oregon was recognized ns one of
entertainment of those who had the other time.
shall pay or file their claim, as the
greatest promise tor the best up
ware, W a ll Paper, Building Paper, Comforts, Blankets, Mat
gathered did their respective parts
I case may be, with me as required
An alarm of fire was given last to the enjoyment of the crowd.
building of the state. The com
ting, Linoleum, O il Cloth, Iron Beds, Springs, Mattresses,
Thursday on account of a fine Individual mention is not don
A. C. Jowdy Selling Out plete program will be announced in
L. E. B e l f i l s
burning out at the home of Mr. sidered necessary, as all acquitted
a few days. The subjects for dis
Sew ing Machines, the kind you can rely upon; we will sell
Guardian in the matter of th e .
I have decided to close out my cussion will be as follows:
responded ^liemselves with credit.
estate of H. W. Blood
you a Singer or W h eeler & Wilson Sewing Machine for
promptly and while no damage was
stock of goods, consisting of shoes
Oregon's state University is the
done they were there ready to aid.
and ladi -s’ and gents' furnishing pioneer among the state universities
$5.00 down and $5.00 per month. Use it while you p»y
Mr. Seymore desires us to say that The P. R. L.
Co. goods at less Rian cost. Men’s in this country in inaugurating a
Extract From Report
for it. W e have a larger and better line than ever before
¡they are very thankful for the
heavy fleeced lined underwear at plan certain to be of highest impor-
Makes A Bi$ Deal In
prompt response to the alarm and
and we will give you Prices T h at Are Right.
75 cents per suit, ladies' suit 4 ° | tance to both the people as a whole
We copy from the Portland Rail
feel very grateful to the people for
Which The C om
cents, 6 spools machine thread for and the work of the University.
way, Light and Power Co’ s, annual
W e have just received a nice shipment of Wall Paper.
! their aid.
25 cents, 7 pair men’ s socks 5 ° The subjects discussed this year
report submitted to President Jus
C om e in and look over our stock.
W e also have just un
cents. Also shoes, any price.
: will lie the following:
Merchant Howe coaloiled some
selyn last week, the following:
6 knives, 6 forks, 6 tablespoons,
E c o n o m ic
A forestry Policy for
apples on Monday and he does not
The various car lines of the big
packed a nice lot of dishes, which just arrived, and the
1 6 teaspoons, which are sold at Si. 75 the State of Oregon
Procedure for corporation carried the stuj>endous
’ay claim to being a fruit inspector
prices are right.
R. A. Wade, of Portland and ! now $1.00.
either. It happened in this man-
the Earliest and longest Utilization total of 61,732,525 passengers dur
Come in and see for yourself .and
ner, and might have been a serious Eastern capitalists purchased 2700
ing 1909 The increase in the traf
be convinced. I want to close out of the Water Resources of Oregon.
T o our Friends and Patrons:
accident. Frank Thomas in going acres on the White Salmon from
fic of the company over 1908 was
this month. Remember the place. Program for bringing the Willam
up Main street hill at fourth with a the P. R L. & P. Co. This pro
12.89 . A remarkable thing in
W e heartily thank you for your past patronage and ask
ette Valley under Irrigation.
A. C. Jowdy. Estacada.
load of fence wire, broke the reach perty was originally intended for a
the report is a showing that the
a continuance for 1910
S o c i a l i t G o v e r n m e n t a l — Im
of his wagcn, which parted and water power plant, but was not
company received a smaller revenue
provement of the Conditions of per passenger hauled than in 1908.
Death Of Eli Williams
blocked the road on the hill. Mr. considered as profitable for the
Howe, in attempting to go up past company as the Clackamas river
Country Life in Oregon. Organ- j This is accounted for on the ground
Eli Williams, ot Oregon City, izations and Agencies for Securing of the increased transfers, largely
the wreck with his delivery wagon, sites. The other was the sale of
could not do so. as bis horse backed 1000 acres on the Upper Clack- died at that place on Wednesday, Publicity in the I’ublic Affairs of due to the closing of the Madison
the wagon over the bank throwing amas. This is the timber acquired He was assessor of this countv
his load, himself and "T e d ” out. in the purchase of Morris of the some years ago and was the owner
E d u c a t i o n a l — Invigoratiou o f
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The company was of tin land where Estacada now
“ Ted was badly scared but not power site.
out, sec his bar»
If you need anything in our line come in or phone.
hurt and Mr Howe had a sprained compelled to buy it in order to sc- stands, It was fiom Mr. Williams
arm as the result of the accident.
cure the riparian rights. The tun i.nd Iff daughter that the original Schools of Oregon.
D IR FC 10H S:
Clackamas Title Company, Inc.
ESTACADA MERCANTILE COMPANY
Dealers In Merchandise For Cash
Estacada Furniture Company f