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About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (July 7, 1910)
NO. 46 o r VOI,. 2
E ST A C A D A . OUEGON, TH U R SD A Y ,
LO C A L N EW S AND
P E R SO N A L M ENTION
E sta ca d a
S ta te
Eat catile wanted; the fatter the
better.—See Pcnlnnd & Jorg.
J f l . Y 7. 1910
51 A Y E A R
ysroau — i il .1— r
At River AA
YE OLD HARVEST JJM jyS _H E R E
We were surprised while taking
W a n tku Nice fat l>eef cattle observations last week at the River
at Townsend’s. Top prices paid.
Mill at the number of people that
have come here in so short a time
Geo. A. Steel, ih os. Yocum, John Zobrist, L. E. Bellils
B. O. Coldwell, Mr. Fitzgerald and and the activity manifested in the
Mr. Unitt up the Clackamas for a work.
When it is remembered that E
C a p ita l
three days camping trip.
lacada has only a po
Estacada Furniture Co. will put
about five hundred and that a little
out a lot of odds and ends in dishes
city cl almost as many
which they will sell at cost and less
lave has dropped in out
for the next few days.
General banking business transacted. Drafts issued to
levs than a month with the number
Mr. J. J. Reed, of Portland, re of neat, comfortable cottages that
any part of the World.
cently purchased the Conklin farm have been built to accomodate the
Money telegraphed to any part of the United States
better known as the “ state or families of many of the men who
chard’ 1 through the agency of will he engaged in the construction
W e handle Trusts, Commissions, Escrows and Collec
Standish Bros representing Chap of this new concrete dam, we al-
in and Herlow of Fort kind
mo-t felt that we had a rival ci'v,
W e afford every facility consistent with good banking
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Pahnateer <! These arc probably one hundred
vtm-VM » ■ — — h
rn w r
I WO BiG ROUND CAR
Garfield spent the 4th at the picnic carpenters engaged in the work.
Interest paid on Time Deposits. 3'V six months; 4"<
Prices special, not good afrer
in the German Burn
They also The cottages, which are of a tem-
were present at the first picnic ever porary character, are four-roomed,
Gray Steel Enameled Dippers, 10 cts.
held by the people of that section supplied with water and electric
will keep this clock going
W e do all kinds of legal work
9Ù1. pie plates 7
light and of neat appearance and
which was in the year 1874
for two years without the
rent for six dollars per month.
W e represent six old line fire insurance companies
expenditure of one cent for
pudding pans 9
Mrs. Milt Marshall who last week
A railroad spur has also been
went to St Yincents Hospital and
W e have town lots for sale.
Cash or easy payments
built down to where the bfc-ast of
Gray Steel Enameled milk pans 9 to
underwent an operation, is, we are
the dam will be, and on either side
glad to report, getting along as well
of the river two towers are being
as could he expected which is very
P IG V A I . r E FO R TW O D O L L
erected that will support a strong
Hours: Open 8 : 5 0 A. M.
Close 5 P. M.
MASON FRUIT JAKS
gratifying to her many friends
cable on which carriers will run to 1
Pints, per dozen, 50 ets.
Tlie Standish Bros, have been convey cement out on the work
This clock is guaranteed to
made agents for Chapin and Her where needed from the railroad | Quarts, per dozen, fio cts.
you for two years. Y’ou
low, real estate agents of Portland, cars.
may have one in either
through their agent for Clackamas
p so aasa
A machine shop, wareroom, com
Lemon, Gun Metal, Copper
Co. Mr. Jas, W, Mill, who has missary, cook house, and several j
; . Ï
or Ni. kel Plate finish.
been here for several days.
offices are either erected ot In course ]
the pints and quarts.
The ten acre tract of S. P. Ford of erection. The River Mill is also|
lying east of Estacada lias been sold
Visit owr Drygoods dept. \Ve
\Ve have other alarm
to YV. R. Woodworth of Portland which is being used in the construc
at 7.3 cents to $ 1.3 5 ,
and he has already taken possession tion work.
Better Be Safe Than Sorry
T H E W IR E L E S S
of the same. The sale was made
through H. E, Richardson of Port
IN T E R M IT T E N T .
number is being increased when it
Mantle Clocks np to
is possible to work more to advan
free lire Works
Guaranteed to Keep Co-.rect Tim- for
J. YV Reed, pr unit committee tage. So, the place is a very busy
man, issues a call tor all republican one at present.
voters for this precinct to meet at
the City Hall, Estacada, at seven
o’ clock I’ . M. Saturday, July 9th Hie Fourth In Estacada
I f y o u a re a lr e a d y a la n d h o ld er, for the purpose of electing dele
The Fourth in Estacada was for
gates to the county assembly.
be sure y o u r e a lly o w n th e la n d de- >
the most part made up of visitors
H. P, Davison and family of
"/agenrfiimK- m a t ■ ausi ~
—n m rn r «arroreu
who carne hete to recreate for the 4 G 3 T
Portland are camping on the acre day as no effort had been made by
scrib ed in y o u r deed.
age of Kev. J. E. H. Simpson on Estacada citizens to celebrate and it
south side of the Clackamas and was a great disappointment to the
will spend the Summer here. Rev. business men on that account as
O u r A b s tra c ts o> C la ck a m a s C o u n ty titles
Simpson and his son and aunt, Mr-;. they had raised sufficient funds to
C hapin & H kklow the leading real (state finn of Port- flL
Fitzgerald, are also with them. Mr. insure eu'ertainn eat for the people
W. A. JO N ES
land through their Clackamas < < unty representative Mr Jas.
s ta n d the test.
Davison is also a relative of Kev. when a celebration was talked of
Mill, beg to announce that hereafter the [S t a n d i .; linos. fiL
Good rigs and cartful drivers always
aud then it was discovered that the
will represent them in Estacada aid vicinity, itiak- QJ
ing a specialty of fruit and ranch lands
Win Nunn and wife of Garfield Pavilion had been leased by others Given Hunting and Fishing Parties
C l a c k a m a s T it l e C o m p a n y , in c .
left June ist for Europe. They and the matter was dropped. Just
S t a n d is h B r o s want to list you r saleable land and they Q)
will spend six weeks in London. a couple of days before the 4th it
Kit will gladly cal! on you if interested Phone th< 111.
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Head Offices: 509-51 Chamber of Commerce Building. PORTLAND. ORK.
WOOD & LUMBER
All listings will bv thoroughly advertised in Oregonian,
They also expect to visit Edenburg was announced that the Pavilion
Lock! aiv'. Long Distance Telephone
JM Journal and other leading papcis.
and principal points of interest in had been given up for that day, but
7ran ft iß . .Titlet/. Secretary
<S. .7. SftiU y. President
“ S t a n i i s h B ros can sell your land.’ ’
Belgium. Mrs. R, G. I’almateer it was too late.
While it is all very fine and we G
The ball boys gave an afternoon
received a letter from them dated
agree with the people there that it
Henley-on-tlie-Thames stating they game with the Stevens’ Addition is hard to beat, still it is not “ the
and was the first of any amusement
were well and enjoying their trip.
only place” as you will see when
for the day. Later in the after
Sec the Estacada Furniture Co s. noon Miller and Rhodes leased the tile “ booster spirit,’ ’ to which I as
rugs. For the next few days they Pavilion and gave a dance so that cribe 111 v pit-sent inspiration to pluck and .ammunition, poultry; BUY, S ELL, TRADE, ETC.
raising is all it is cracked up to be
will sell their $35 Electric Saxony visitors could have as pleasant a write, begins to assert itself.
I-oH S alk Two good second
rugs for $28 aud their Smith S a x
time as possiide.
take into consideration a hand sewing machines. Wheeler it
ony $25 rugs for S21, Now is the
The sane 4th idea was not in little valley with comfortable homes timid little woman j'tst a few
Wilson and Singer. Also a brand
time to buy your fine rugs.
evidence as everywhere the noise of dotted here and there, a cluster of months out from the city with
new KIdri.lge direct from life fac
Miss Shannon, of Portland, was fire and giant crackers was heard to i buildings indicating the business practically no knowledge of country tory. At the Progress.
out spending a few days with her the annoyance of some and the | center close to the electric railway life. She begins with an incubator
We have several pieces of prop
father Cnpt. Shannon of Spring- great delight of the small hoy,
running through a fine licit of and some 150 eggs soou realizing a
After all we believe that most of | timber in the background suggest-1 goodly number of young clucks erty left with us to negotiate a sale
water. She is employed by the
Blake, McFall Co. of Portland aud those who came to spend the day ive of cord wood, telephone pn,es, She is congratulating herself at her for. Intending investors in ICsta-
has just been spending a three at Estacada enjoyed it, for where railroad ties and numerous other success when one night the coup is cad i will do v.cll to consult lisas
week’ s vacation. She visisted her can the pleasuresei ktrs find the 1 things, why Eagle Creek is not to invaded by an enemy and the we tnav have just what you want.
brother W. F. Shannon of Denver, real enjoyment of a day s outinK I» left out, and listen! what is it morning reveals 35 of her brood Inquire at the P r o g r e ss office.
better than among our natural and sings so clear and strong on the missing, while a most peculiar odor
Colo., during her vacation period.
\\ A NT lit) Good fat beef cattle.
is wafted en the air with which the highest prices paid, See Penlaml
Ii. R Graham and Feaster Cad-
Baker's anvil, as our blacksmith lady is also unfamiliar. So, next & l°rg,
otiatt w ith their families and bouse-!
Read the YY'ant Ads.
warning of a busy day.
night she resolves to keep watch, | F or S a l k Four lots, a roomed
hold belongings packed on two!
with some misgivings mind you as house-, city Water in house and
wagons, started on an overland trip'
sibilities waiting only for people to the rifle which she intended lights For particulars write O. R.
from Estacada on Saturday, their:
should I k - of assistance, for up to jaeobs Dundee. Ure , R R.
destination being TiUaim-ok. These will l<e held in Estacada on the last who arc- enterprising to find it out.
When in need of Furniture, Queensware, Wall Paper,
families have been ri-sideute for a Saturday of each month. If you They ask, “ What can you produce that time just to hear the report of
\\ ANTRI) Wool, hides, chickens
Deadening Felt, Rugs, Carpets, Linoleum, Matting, H am - ; number of years and their many liave anything t’ at you do not here ?” The reply is, “ Anything” 1 gun made her nervous. Never- veal and hogs Highest market
need bring it in an i let us sell it Everything in the wav of agricul thclcss she steeled herself and,
■ 1 friends were sorry to see them
mocks, Beds and Bedding, in fact Furnitufe and Queens
Piesto! skunk, did you say? Yes, price paid for the same. D. F.
Commission reasonable. ture, horticulture- or floriculture.
Warner. Estacada Hotel.
z\sk Mr. Ed, Burnett’s opinion, not otic, but six! All out of busi
Miller Laud Co.
ware of any kind, call at the Estat.add Furniture S tore
A number of Garfield people de-
F o r S a l k —Thoroughbred Buff
he will s iy , “ Try.spuds.”
Mr. ness in less time than it takes to
sirous of celebrating the jlh in a
and get our prices when in town.
Homer Glover, after due consider tell tin- tale anil by an Eagle Cieek Rock chickens. Apply Mis. F E.
pleasant way visited their neighbor-
ation will say lie is quite .-lire cows woman.
W e still have a few Singer Machines left yet. Let us
; ; -of the German Burn wi 1 he! , !-i, 1
Can Estacad* beat it* To quote
pay. Mr. Foster and Mr A. I).
Eat»¡e Creek Burnett are equally sure hogs and Rev. II. W Kuhlinan I feel " it ’s
picnic at home. Tit
f -|-!e of
sell you one. Come in, we will treat you right
I on S a d : Mexican tropical
| Garfield are enthusiastic over tlie |
iny l ieds at from Jtf>.30 to > -3 per acre.
I sbeep are profitable and last but 1 up to me” to say a word for
ICagle Creek, Eire ,
entertainment accorded tl 1 *nd j
not least the poultry business thrive s town."
H. P. Davison, 607 Quimby St.,
Julv 5, I9IO.
recommend those desiring »•-- ! en
W . D. and L. M. Henthom
With best wishes t ; i Estacada
tertainment to visit the Burn when
“ A Booster Stoiv for Eagle Mrs Them»«. Fhe says that nud-
, looking for a plaoc where
The Progress is one dollar a year
"A n Eagle Creek Loo-t-.t’ ’
Talk about Estacada! ¡ night vigiUucc combined with
: h + ; h d !
Geo. A. Steel, President.
L. I- Helfils, Cashier
anil our store is chuck-full of good bargains. Now is
"« | the time to buy Machine Oils, South African Water Bags,
'StZZ i; During Mowers, Binders, Hay Rakes, Binder Twine, Hay
Rope, Hay Carriers, etc. We seii the best only.
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