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About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 27, 1910)
Forced To Leave Home
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KM 11! MJKSH5Y CO.
C a m a s , W ash .
Every year a Luge number of
poor sufferers whose lungs are sore G row ers of H igh G rade Nursery Stock
and racked with coughs are urged Specialties: E n glish W alnuts, Y e llo w
N ewton ami Spitzen berg apples.
to go to another climate. But this
is costly and not always sure.
Wm. Strunk, Salesman Estacada, Or.
F . S. W O M E R , F d ito r *nd M anager j
There’ s a better way.
Entered at the postofflca In Estacada. O regcn aa |
One of the most delightful Resorts on the Coast ^ King's New Discovety cure you at
second class mail
home. “ It cured me of lung
J. V. BARR
Published Evcrv Ihursdav Morning
Local and Tourist Trade Solicited
Calamine, Ark,, “ when all else
B LA C K SM ITH
failed and I gained 47 pounds in
S U B S C R IP T IO N R A T E S
weight. Its surely the King of all Is still at the old stand and willing lo do
any of the work in his line
cough and lung cures." Thousands
S ix m onths..
owe their lives and health to it. Its
GIVE HIM A CALL
positively guaranteed for Coughs,
Thursday, October 27. 1910
H a n d le s th e B e s t F r e s h a n d c u r e d M e a ts O b ta in a b le Colds, LaOrippe, Asthma, Croup —
all Throat and Lung troubles. 50c
The correct way to pronounce it
and $100. Trial bottle free at all
Cash Paid for Hides and Market Products
is Es-ta-ea-da, accent on the third
syllable, a having the sound of a
We Buy and Sell
as in ah in the two last syllables.
BUY, SE L L . TR A D E , ETC.
D IR E C T O R S :
Ihe Hotel Estacada
C h a s . K. D u b o is , rn s itlc n t
J. W . R e e d , V ice President
L . E . B h i . f i l s , Treasurer
The Cheapest Light
PALACE MEAT MARKET
H in ts
H ow ’s I his
W e offer one hundred dollars reward
for any case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by H a ll’s catarrh cure.
f*. J. C h eney & C o., Toledo, O.
W e, the undersigned, have know n F.
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be
lieve him perfectly honorable in ail busi
ness transactions and fin ancially able to
e arn out any obligation s made by his firm
W aldin g, K i nun & M arvin,
W holesale D ruggists, Toledo, O.
H a ll’s catarrh c u t - is taken in tern ally,
acting d irectly upon the blood and m u
cous surfaces of the system . Testim onials
sent free. Price 75 cen s per bottle. Sold |
b y all d ru ggists.
T ake H all’s fam ily pills for constipation
P E N L A N D <X JO R G
The Bottle Mystery
Fun fo r Everybody
Lots of amusement watching the “ corn”
-J t i
Send 25 cents in coin or postage
Maniif. Co., Washington, D. C.
W ILLIA M HAMMOND
CROSS & HAMMOND
F or S a l e — Two good second
hand sewing machines, Wheeler &
Wilson and Singer. Also a brand
new Eldridge direct from the fac
tory, At the Progress.
NIUNN & Co.39'®re‘w New York
fat beef cattle,
highest prices paid,— See Penland
ATTORNEYS AT LAW *
Abstracts. Real E state. Loans. Insurance
C o p y r ig h t s A c .
A n y o n e se n d in g a » ketch and d escription m ay
qn lck ly as certa in o u r o p in io n fre e w h eth er an
Invention .6 p ro b a b ly p a ten tab le. Com m unie»,
lio n s stric tly co n fid en tial. HANDBOOK on Cat enta
sen t fre e. O ld est ag o n c y fo r se cu rin g paten ts.
P aten ta ta k e n th ro u g h M unn A Co. rec ely a
$ptcial nut ice, w ith o u t ch an te, In th e
W a n t e d — G ood
H. >•:. CROSS
We have several pieces of prop
erty left with us to negotiate a sale
for. Intending investors in Esta
cada will do well to consult us as
we may have just what you want.
Inquire at the P rogress office.
F or S a l e — Good eight room
house and two lots. Apply at this
The Best for the Eyes
A h an d so tn o ly llln stra to d w eek ly. L n rg est o
cu latio n o f nny eclentlU o Journal. . T ortus.
erm s. $:i a
y e a r ; fo u r rnontbs, $L Bold b y all 1 now sdealera.
B ra u ch Otlico. 625 F S L . W ash in
g to n D . Gs
E. C. HACKETT
W a n t e d — Highest price
for eggs at the Palace Meat Market I
Penland & Jorg.
Democratic Nominee for County Judge.
Standi for Statemenf No. I and
the Direct hiu-ry
I will stand, if elected County
Judge, for an economical adminis
tration of my office, and will take a
special interest in trying to save the
tax paver all the money possible,
and will endeavor to have the road
construction and bridge work done
aud managed in such a way as to
be as equal and just among the
people of Clackamas County as it is
I will also insist that there be no
more deputies aud clerks employed
about the court house during my
term of office, than is absolutely
necessary to economically and pro
perly carry on the business made
necessary by law.
A s a member of the Board of
Equalization, I shall deem it my
duty at all times, to so act as to do
absolute justice to the tax payers in
equalization! of their taxes.
I will, if elected, to the best of
my ability, perform the duties of
the office of County Judge in such
a way as to give the people a safe,
sane and business like administra
If elected, I will have no pets
aud favorites and will conduct the
business in such a way as to give
all people with whom I have busi
ness, an absolute square deal, re
gardless of their political affiliations.
(paid a d v.)
O regon C it y , - -
The m a n w h o
izations, namely the Chamber of
W a n t e d — A S h ro p sh ire or cots-
Commerce, the Employers Asso
FANTON’S CEDAR SHINGLES wold buck. State price. Apply
ciation, the Manufactures Asso
A s s e m b ly .
W h e n in n e e d or F ir s t Class to V. Lingelbach, Estacada.
ciatiou and the United Metal Trades
C e d a r s h in g le s c o n s u lt m e.
F or S a l k — Five room house and |
S h in g le s d e liv e re d o r a t th e
Association, have issued the follow
m ill. N os. 1 a n d 2 a lw a y s on lot. Good location. Terms, Ap
ing statement ami recommendation
The man who has ex-
ply at this office.
W. A. Jones, Sales Agt..
iu regard to the passing of the Em-
perted the books for the
F or S a l e --M y 1200 lb. black
ployers’ Liability law at the com
County and State.
inare; perfectly sound anil gentle
F A N T O N B RO S.
horse, tor driving or work. Price
There seems to he much interest
right.— R, M. Siar.dish,
shown in the Employers liability
The Man Who Knows
bills of this state which are to be |
W a n t e d — Fresh cows; highest
on the ballot and voted for on
C- W. Wlsner,
Manager 30th street, Portland, Ore,
Organized labor seems to be very
Board by the w eek, $4.50
anxious to have bill No. 330 passed
Reaching The Top
Room s by the w eek. $1.50
and are using every means in their
bauds to carry through this meas
in any calling of life, demands a
ure. We believe also the employ
by buying this
vigorous body and a keen brain.
ers are iuteres.ed in bill number
Without health there is no success.
346, but it occurs that both parties
high grade sew
But Electric Bitters is the greatest
are in much haste to adjust this
Health Builder the world has ever
known It compels perfect action
New York has passed a law National Sewing Machine Co.
of stomach, liver, kidneys, bowels,
which went into effect Sept, 10.
The Progress is one dollar a year purifies and enriches the blood,
This is entitled the Workmen’s
tones and invigorates the whole
Compensation Law, it applies to
system and enables you to stand the
workmen engaged in manual or
wear and tear of your daily work.
mechanical labor in certain vo Supreme Court Should Be
“ After months of suffering from
cations whereby the workingman if
Kidney Trouble,” writes W. M. For constitutional amendment
he meets with an accident is positive
giving to cities and towns
Sherman, of Cushing, Me., “ three
of receiving a weekly remuneration
Emit T. Mus
exclusive power to license,
bottles of Fdectric Bitters made me
or if he meets with death, his fam
regulate, control, suppress, To the Voters of Clackamas Co. :
feel like a new man,” 50c at all
ily receives a certain amount from
Judge Will R. King, who is a candidate for re-election to druggists.
or prohibit the sale of Intox
Having been nominated on the
the employer. New York state the Supreme Court of Oregon, has made an enviable record on
icating liquors within the Democratic ticket for the office of
has also passed another law where
Sheriff, I use this method of intro
the supreme bench, where he has been for four years. He has
by it is optional with the employer
ducing myself, although I expect
grain now on sale al the Pharmacy.
or employe, which went into effect
to meet as many voters in person
of them so complex that many weeks were required to examine
ENDORSED B Y
as passible. I api 42 years old;
Biliousness is due to a disordered 4 0 ,0 0 0 OREG ON C ITIZE N S
Wisconsin has a commission with the law and evidence and write the decision. His opinion on
have resided in Clackamas County
a report from same to be passed on Hough vs. Porter, for example, is accepted all over the west as condition of the stomach. Chamber
Greater Oregon Home Rule almost 18 years, where I pay taxes;
at the next assembling of legisla authority on irrigation law and is used as a textbook in the Ann lain’ s tablets are essentially a Association, 618 Electric Bldg., was born in the State of Nebraska,
stomach medicine intended especial Portland, Ore.
of parents who emigrated from
Arbor Law School. His decision in Straw vs. Harris, upheld
ly to act on that organ; to cleanse
Minnesota has a new law which
Germany; attended the
has been suggested by a commis and clarified the initiative and referendum system. In spite of it, strengthen it, tone and invig
schools and piivate German scbools
sion and it would seem that this is the thoroughness of his work on each individual opinion, Judge orate it, to regulate the liver and to
also received a business college
a question so great that there King’s total product has been as great as that of any supreme banish biliousness positively and
C H U R C H SE R V IC E S
education. I am opposed to the
effectually. For sale by all good
should not he great haste iu decid judge in many years.
Assembly, a firm believer in State
ing it by the initiative.
M. E. Church----- N ext Sabbatb
ment No, 1 and Direct Primary,
The Non-Political Judiciary movement, which -was started}
Should we make a mistake and
aud if elected, promise to support
by the State Bar Association in July, has as its object the re
get something on the statute hooks
to a. in. the Constitution of the United
which is not light, it would he next moval of the supreme court beyond the reach of political in- Democrats Hold
11 a. m. States, aud Oregon, and perform
fiuences. The Non-Political Judiciary movement endorses Judge
to impossible to erase same.
7:15 p. m. the duties of Sheriff to the best of
Meeting Prayer Meeting on Thursday Even
It occurs to us that this question King, so a vote for him is a vote to take the supreme court out
E r n st T. M a ss .
should be carefully and duly con of politics and free it from all party obligations.
8 p. m.
sidered either by a commission or
On Monday evening in the I. O.
George H. Burnett, who is seeking Justice King’s place on
by a chosen committee of legisla
Church of Christ— N ext Sabbath
Get a good meai at the Park Ho
ilslrt' the bench is the nominee of the Republican Assembly and before ° F. Hall a democratic meeting
ture. and we should co-ope
as held, which was presided over
tel for 25 cents.
with the other Pacific Coast state:-
10 » . m
by Wm. Dale, the local chairman
and possibly our other adjoining cei\#d the nomination of the Republican Assembly. He is aC-
Karnest T. Mass, of Willamette. Children’ s meeting
3 p. m
The best plaster. A piece ot
states, on 1 measure of this kind, cordinply on record as in favor of having politics govern the SU - candidate f o r sheriff, w a s the first Preaching
7 30 p. 111 flannel dampened with Chamber
because if we pass a too drastic preme court election.
speaker. He pledged himself to 1 ®**le study (Wednesday
lain’s Liniment and bound on over
7 :3° a. m. the affected parts is superior to a
measure it would affect our busi-
There is no good reason why a good judge should be put give a business aud non partisan j “ tgl*1)
ness interests and jiossildy deter
Elder E. W, Sewall
plaster and costs only one tenth as
off the bench on account of politics and another judge put in his a<Imin,9tr,t,on’ ,f tI,e Peol’,e in
many small concerns or new in
For sale by all good deal
on account of politics. Justices Slater, Moore and
dustries from starting within our place
D 1 , ,
the best qualified to do the work of tive of a principle involving: the ers.
It would not only affect Bride also have the endowment of the Non-Political Judiciary . sheriff.
peoples choice of rule.
the eniplot ing interests but the movement.
Charles L. Thompson, for co u n ty ! R. G . Smith, of Grants Pass,
lalmriug man as well.
( paid adv. )
commissioner, made a brief address ; candidate tor Congress from this
In consulting with many of our —---------------------------------------------- —
1 after which R. B. Biatie, the j district, was then introduced and
An Efficient and Economical
leading business men we find that
as th orou gh ly fam iliar w ith the w ork in g P ^ s e n t sheriff during th e p ast four made the principal speech of th e
there seems to be an inclination to Reception to Grand Master of the order, this proved very interesting years, told the people how be be- [ evening. What lie said was well
leave ibis matter to a commission
and instructive to those privileged to lieved he could be a good judge for received by his hearers.
The Grand Muster of the Grand Lodge hear him . After the Grand Master had
of men chosen from all walks in
Clackamas Co. T o serve the people
The meeting was not large nor
life and then we are sure of im I. O. O. F. of O regon, T . F . Ryan of concluded all repaired to the lower in that capacity is his ambition.
so very enthusiastic and was for
O regon C ity , paid the local lodge a fra room w here an elega n t banquet, pre
partiality and fairness, to all. This ternal visit in his official capacity on
O. D. Ebv, for state senator. the most part confined to giving
pared b y the ladies, was spread.
would require a vote on No. 346.
Saturday even in g
A join t receptiou of than a hundred w er- present to en|ny followed and in a spirit of th a n k -: the personal fitness as viewed by
Settle It Now
Settle It Right
Lee J. Caufield
Lame back is one of the most
common forms of mils ,dar rheu
A few applications of
Chamber’« 11's Liniment will give
relief. For sale by all good dial
Estacada Lodge 1 . O. O. 1 *\ No. 175 and
Centennial Lodge No. 147 o f the Rebek
alls was tendered the (»rand M aster in
th eir room s on Broadw ay.
Miss M iry
Jones sang a solo utter w h ich the Grand
Muster gave an address o u tlin in g the
w ork and accom plishm ents of the order.
As he is a very affable gen tlem an , as well
the feast of good thin«*, a ftir which
gam es and oth er amusements were in
d ulged in u n til about m idn igh t when all
dispersed realizing th at a good tim e had
been en joyed.
Read the Want Ads.
fulness said to the democrats he the candidates themselves to hold
very much appreciated their nonu- the positions sought. The speak-
natiag him for the highest office ers all paid compliments to their
they could give him as a purely opponents on the ticket.
He solicitated the «peeehes also were free from the Th« Only Anti-Assembly Candi
votes of the people r.ot from a 1 usual mud slinging done in most
date for County Surveyor.
political issue but as a represent«-^campaigns
Alder St. at Seventh
B ^ 6 B B B F B K j¿m -tiB i.)E £ £ eea E £ E
H E N R Y V .A D IX . M .D
P H Y S IC IA N & S U R G E O N
O F F IC E , A D JO IN IN G R E S ID E N C E
Local and Long Distance Telephone
The d octor’s phone can be connected
with your home phone at n ight if re-
quested. One lon g ring
D r. L A. W E L L S
D E N T IS T C F
D e n tis ts
P o r t la n d
W ill visit Estacada on F rid ay and
Saturday o l each w eek
Appointm ents m ay be made
w ith D>. A d ix .
J O H N S T E IN E R , M. D
P h y s ic ia n
OFFICE BEHIND ESTACADA STATE BANS
Sleep» in room» back o l office. Can be
found at office day o r niglit.
Dimick & Dimick,
Attorneys at Law
|P^*N ortary Public, Geueral Law
Practice, Mortgages foreclosed, Ab
M ONEY LO AN ED
O PFICKS: 2, 3 & 4, AN DERSEN BLD.
O regon C it y
P a in tin g , P a p e i
H a n g in g a n d C a lc e m i-
nin g .
1st class w o r k
G u a ra n te e d
We manufacture all kinds of Cedai
Shingles and are prepared at all
times to deliver the same. Also
to sell at the mill, having stock od
hand at all times
A. KRIEGER & CO.
Estacada A g en t— A.
The Oregon Fire Relief Asso
ciation of McMinnvifle
25,000 reserves, solicits your
B ro w n
R o c k w o o d , O re g o n
G resh a m , 231
Or leave word at this office
I also have the OREGON MERCHANTS
and BEAVER STATE INSURANCE COS.
Team Work and Hauling by
the Day or Contract
W OOD delivered in any quantity
or leugth. ist class 4 foot wood
slabwood delivered at $2.00 ;>er
cord. 16 inch at $2.50 per load.
W. M. Y0NCE
R e m e m b e r th e
P r i n t i n g to be d o n e