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ESTA CA D A . OREGON. TH URSDAY. FEBRU ARY 17. 1910.
C a p ita l F u l l y P a id U p
LO CAL N EW S AND
f i A VI. A R
: Plenty To Do With
A manlier of sleds were seen in
Estacada on Monday.
More To Follow
“ Frog in Your Throat” ten Bright Future For Estacada
i - ] cents at the Estacada Pharmacy.
With Plenty Of Work For
L. E BelfiLs, Cashier
All— Rail Road Com
Geo. A. Steel, President.
U IK L C IO R S :
Geo. A. Steel, Thos. Yocum, John Zobrist, L. E. Belfils
Miss Agnes Sagner, who has
been in Portland for sometime, is
again at the home of her mother.
panies T o Rush
Win. Yohaun and wife, of Port
The signs of the times for Esta- 9
have been visiting Mrs. Yo-
Money sent to any part of the United States by telegraph |
1 tavada are exceedingly bright. It hj
h inti's mother Mrs. Saguer, during i ha s been the unusually bad weather
,of the Winter months that has pre-
m a c « a n a e a m • 5 ûs ! s m
A cougar was seen by men in vented greater activity in construc-
The Pleasure Of Saving
Rlocklev's camp up the Clackamas' tioti work on the big projects now
last week, but as they had no gun under way ( lose to our little city,
There’ s a fascination in-devising new means of swelling the
at the time the animal escaped.
j No idle men have been found lure
little hoard until the saver has reached the point of independence
The Estacada Pharmacy Ins ar- !“ "d ,nanv stra,,Kers have come and
The pennies, nickels and diflies that are thoughtlessly drop
ranged to carry the leading maga ar<\ lm-’y.
zincs; also to take subscriptions for
So,^ ,ern ^>ac'*’ c a - through
ped here and there for nothings count fast toward the accomplish
any magazine, either separately or , ' !>c bad wcAther. has been doing
ment of your purpose. Try saving. Place your deposits with us
: grade work, having two camps es
tablished on the Clackamas at
Our Garfield correspondence, for which about sixty men are em
some reason, failed to reach us last ployed.
With the opening of
The Estacada State Bank announces that Prices on + week. It contained, among other Spring and good weather this woik !
news items, a notice tint the en will be rushed and a large force of
all Lots belonging to it in Zobrist Addition will be Ad
tertainment to he held in the men will he employed Twenty-'
vanced 10 per cent. March 10th, 1910
church in Garfield on the i 5th of five milcs of gradc alo^ the Clack
February had been postponed to a amas will he necessary on which
later date on account of the bad two bridges to cross the river will
roads at this time.
be made. Nine miles of canal will
THAT GIVE SATISFACTION
Mandt Wagons, Henney Buggies, not B grade bug
gies, Superior Wheat Drills, Oliver Chilied Plows, P
Disc Plows and Harrows.
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Clackam as Title Company, Inc.
E. F. R ile Y, President.
B. R ilev , Secretary
Head offices 509-510-511 Chamber of Commerce Building
Land Title experts.
Makers of reliable Abstracts ol Clack-
amas County Titles.
Member American Association of Title Men.
Member Oregon Association of Title Men.
Jowdy is selling out, see his bar be constructed also
To those fa
up the river
it will be plain that this means an
Mrs T. J. Reagan, who went to
immense amount of woik aud the
returned on Saturday
bringing in of a great.many men
She found Eunice Richards getting
The Portland Railway, Light ¿v
along nicely and it was thought
Tower Company at the River Mil! '
when she left that she would be
Site have two core and a well drill
able to leave the hospital the first
day and night testing the
of this week.
rock formation for their new power
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Trapp, who site. Tile holes drilled go to a
have been back in Minnesota an 1 depth of from 75 *0 135 feet. About
other Eastern points for a couple of thirty men are employed there now
mouths, returned last Thursday. and as soon as good weather ap- j
They encountered zero weather in pears the work will be pushed. I
several places, the lowest being 30 This same company has a force of
degrees below. They were with men adding to their Cazadero
their relatives and friends however, power plant, also engineers busily
aud enjoyed the trip.
engaged in making permanent sur
The Ladies’ Aid are*giving a veys for the extension of the rail
T* ITT-: TBÊÊEi
rather novel entertainment at the road.
Club's rooms on Washington's
Mrs. K S. Shank 1 and is visiting
I am sure none of you will ac
birthday. They are sending out the boom that must be inevitable
; little socks with the explanation for our city. A saw mill is being friends and relatives in I'oitland cuse me of being a kicker, hut
since the penny proposition has
that it is not to wear. It is intend constructed up in Garfield to fur this week.
ed to reach all. If you should fail nish lumber, but there will he
Mr. Charlie K i’.ching gave a sur been brought before you, aud a
to receive one and would like to at other things needed; teams, pro prise pirtv on Mi-s Mat Birr at remedy proposed which will make
W . A. JO N ES
tend you will he welcome and also visions, feed, hoarding and room Ely’s luill last Saturday night, it matters much worse, I think it is
Rood rigs nnd r;irpful drivers alw ays
receive a sock at the door. A mu ing places, mechanics, farm sup being her twentieth
birthday. tny right to state my side of the
sical program has beeu prepared plies and pleasure resorts. Are A good crowd attended and Mac case.
Given Hunting nnd Fishing Parties
and a good social time is antici
wished -many more such
coins in your boxes for me to col
pated. So, dou't forget the Ladies for these things that are hound to birthdays,
WOOD & LUMBER
Aid February 22., at the Com coine to us or will we he satisfied
all clothed in lect you delay me a great deal more
burg Distance Telephone
mercial Club’s room on Broadway
white the first of the week.
if you will consider the matter fair
Jowdy is selling out, see his bar
ly you will admit that it is hardly culture, was introduced and told
and (lien set tip a w hine afterward
right to ask me to lick your letters our people some plain old truths,
because some me is more successful C f l l T i c r W ritC S LfcttC T
W ill Thompson left on Wednesday for
for you. One day net long ago I that many of them already know,
with the old familiar storytelling |
To Patrons did that very thing 48 times. How but needs to be repeated until the
I-'red Ihivis was down at the hospital
ever don’ t inclose your coins in knowledge develops action and we
entertainment to our friends about
to s, e-his daughter, who is getting along
anything, if you must place them 1 ' iave •" existence the things we arc-
in your box please place them in it bilking about. We know we have
Paul Brannon lias sold his shop to
so I might fish them out and
Ituit lands nnd that it re-
Ale* Haskins of Portland, who will t ike vantage of our opportunities.
lls t° co-operate to obtain
charge of the same March 1st. He is
worse by compelling me to unfold '*le *’ st fcsults *n<l wc believe we
looking for a house to rent, as he desires
Mr. DeGraw’s Plan
a paper or cloth, or open any re
vet a K°‘’d revenue from nnr
to move here at once.
Will Make Mat
ceptacle in order to g> t at the pen- orchards when the kind we ar ■
Clarence Taylor, who has been visiting
t t k l When
my clothing rad ' 1 -
•bout • one into bearing
friends lure, left for his home on Wed
Mr. Iver Erkksm was at home
gloves arc wet and my bauds are ^ c know that several acres of our
numb with cold, and I have finally good lands are being divided up
The Eagle Creek Farmer's Telephone
Mr. Lovell aud Mr. G. B Linn
line, by their representatives A. T>. Bur
in finding those coppers and being planted, bur we need to
To my friends, the patrons of R.
were in the mountains the first- of
nett and H. Jackson, have signed an
had placed in your box, be told and retold these facts con
agreement with the K. T. & T. Co. and the week after a heifer that had
No doubt you all have read the don’t wonder if you do ndt hear me stantly so that wc may !><• induced
are coming here with their line.
Mr. Melvin Shankland was layer) I *etter written by the Hon. P. Y .l sing the Doxology. Better
pur- to produce the- thing we talk aboui
up with a cold the first of the week j GcGraw in regatd to the placing chase some stamps and
put them instead of simply talk about it. Ot
Accepts Position In Portland
¡of loose coins (pennies) in the mail on your mail matter before I come course wc have gexvl fruit land and
Miss Edith Trowbridge gave a
boxes, and which appeared in the! "D o unto others as you would they fruit land pays a g-nxi dividend it
farewell party in honor of her
we m ike good use of it. We mean
Estacada Progress of Feb roth
: should do unto you.”
Miss Beech gave a six o ’clock
cousin Miss Leda Coffin on VVtd-
land and the fruit.
i dinner at the Hotel Estacada on
Hoping that no one will judge 1
A. D kmov ,
ESTACADA MERCANTILE COMPANY
Livery, Feed & Sale
Estacada Furniture Company i
Come in and look over our line of Furniture.
ware, Wall Paper, Building Paper, Comforts, Blankets, Mat
ting, Linoleum, Oil cloth, Iron Beds, Springs,
Sewing Machines, the kind you can rely upon; we will sell
you a Singer or Wheeler & Wilson
$5.00 down and $5.00 per month.
Use it while
W e have a larger and better line than ever
and we will give you Prices That Are Right.
W e have just received a nice shipment of Wall Paper.
Come in and look over our stock.
W e also have just
Monday evening to her assoc’ate
me insubordinate to the orders of Carrier Rente No 1, Estacada, Or.
Coffin went to Colorado for her I
, . ,
teachers of the Estacada school
, 1 the Pourth Assistant Postmaster
Cougar N cir Estacada
She is very much missed1
prices are right.
those present were Mr. lame« the . ,
, General I am going to ask you a
by her friends here, especially by
Misses Jones, Pruner, Tracy, Gin- the
. . favor; • •*
it is this F*'"*'»-
please don't 1 w a p Fruit Growers Mold
O« Monday word was brought
T o our Friends and Patrons:
,, ther and Beech. Miss I-arrar, o f 1
your pennies < if you must put them
to Estacada that a cougar’s tracks
as prompter and was a treasure.
Portland, also a teacher, was a (
into your box tor me to collect) in
had been seen over near the Fkk
W e heartily thank you for your past patronage and ask
Miss Lena Desmond and Miss
guest of honor. Miss Beech has
paper, or til anything else.
ens' ranch, which is in the settled
a continuance for 1910
1 >een offered a much better salary in Altena Howard, of Portland, were
The business on our route is ron-
The Estacada Fruit Growers’ up section between Estacada and
ore of the Portland schools, but is ! visiting with Miss Mattie Linn stantly increasing, and the weather | Association s open meeting held in Viola, and about three miles front
under agreement with our bo:> ’ <.• Saturday and Sunday.
and the conditions of the loads the club rooms of the Estacada here, A number of Estacada nim-
Y ou rs
Mr Noel Surver says in answer compel me to hustle fiom the time Commercial Club on Saturday rods with dogs and guns went to
1 directors for tb fill) tern-. ' -
hallcnge, that lie j |eaVL. lht. office till I return in afternoon was fairly well attended. capture the big cat, t ut failed in
, Beech has_fur:.!s! » ’ a si.hst . • I 1 • !• j e Cre-k
take her place and th .
evil there once and there order to reach the offii-c in tithe W. K. Stokes, the president, pre the ir effort to catch up to him.
while loath to release .. r fei 1 th
crow! there, to dispatch vour mail on the even sided aud after the routine of the
j;ig tn.in; indeed money orders several committee reports were
they do not wish to stand in rt.< . M Much fun for tlx money.
A fine line ot Whiting Stationery
If you need anything in our line come in or phone.
l,n a > of her securing the he ter ;vi-
Mr Martin Congdon was home have lieeii delayed lately till tin- gone through with, H. M. William is expected daily at the Estacada
K sitil ion aud will likely release IwV.
! lollowing morning.
, son, sec'y, of t! c Board of Horti ( Pharmacy.
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packed a nice lot of dishes,
and the c
Furniture C o. -