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. J U U O I i,
I'T L 'S i.îtlll
. R kkd , Vice l usuti nt
.... K. B k l f i l s , Treasurer
S. S. W O M R R ,
notei l s
A L L MODERN CONVENIKNCES
Local and Tourist Trade Solicited
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S U B S C R IP T IO N R A T E S
One y e a r ............................................................... $1 00 I
Six month*.......................... .......................~........
Thursday, January 26, 1011
The correct n ay to pronounce it
is Es-taca-da, accent on the third
syllable, a having the sound of a
as in ah in the two last syllables.
Re.i! Pítate Transfers
PALACE MEAT MARKET
modern methods of building roads
as they have since done and in 25
H a n d le s the B e st F r e s h a n a C u r e d M e a ts Obtainable years froitTnow I predict this argu
ment would not be necessary.
From "Road Materials in the
Willamette Valley" published Jan
We Buy and Sell
uary 1911, I find the following as
to cost of road building in Multno
mah County, f>er mile:
Clearing, etc.,...... $ too to $
P E N L A N D & JORG
Crushing rock........ 1875 to
L. J Palmatcer et ux to D. N.
a strip of land for a
the old stand and willing to do ] roadw#y
thl. T |,omas 1<ec l}. L .
spy i f Ihr werk In hi» lire
GIVE l!l!\J A CALL
S E V I N G M A C H IN E .
i W atch for
Next W eek
Denatured Alcohoi in Solid Form
Ferdinand Rath to Hans Klinker S
n tract of land in Sec. 17, T. 3 S.
R 5 K ?«.
Call A Rath to Carl E. Lins
S - V o f SWJ4 of Sec. 17 T. 3 S.
R. 5 E. $600.
O. A. Palmer et ux to Wot. F.
Boring et ux, NJ 4 of tract 4 of
Palmer's Addition to Boring Junc
Oregon Realty Co. to J. E, Car
ter, 80 acres in Sec. 22 T. 4 S. R.
4 E. $10.
Clyde C, Saling et ux to E. A.
Jacques et ux, 30 acres in Sec. 16
T. 3 S. R 4 E. $4100.
Cash Paid for hides and Market Products
In reply to Road Supervisor
Hunt's argument given in our last
issue, the P rogress desire» to
make some comments: not for the
sake of the argument nor for the
purpose of forcing our version o»
our country brethern, but we be
lieve familiarity in road building
and present road conditions by the
p ople will result in the best policy ||j
to be pursued by them.
willing to give some space in our I1
columns to accomplish this. To
say that the giving of $20,coo If*
2 years by the state on condition
that the county raise $40,000 giv . j
itig the county $60,000 to be ex
pended is not state aid, does not
seem to me good logic. It is true
that not all the counties of the state
have the population or assessable
property that Clackamas has, but
Clackamas is by no means the
greatest sufferer. Multnomah alone
would probably make 8 counties in
assessable property as large as
— mb t — —
Cljckamas and there are others also a —
that would contribute probably a
little more than their proportion of
the $ ’0,000 to he secured from the
state. The counties with less tax
(Cleveland Special Dispatch)
able property than
A well known Wheeling, W . Va.. chemist has succeeded in
wotdd be obliged to assess them producing chunks of denatured alcohol in crystal form by means
selves much higher than Clacka of a small infusion of certain acids whereby crystals of an alka-
mas to raise the $40,000 necessary loidal nature very closely resembling phyologically the effects of
to ask for the state aid of $>0,000 ethyl alcohol distilled from saw dust. The method employed and
so that they could spend $60,000 the results obtained are somewhat similar to the crystalizing of
on their roads, General good roads rock candy or that of Sacharine containing as it does 350 times
in the state would he a local bene the sweetening strength over that of cane sugar so this alkaloidal
fit stiff) rient to offset the small dif crystalized alcohol contains many times the strength over the or
ference we might pay of the state dinary denatured fluid alcohol they will yield 194 proof denatured
alcohol with a greater heating and cooking power for stoves than
As to machinery and tools we gasoline and it is absolutely non-explosive.
must provide those anyway to ac
Industrial Alcohol Stills 5 Gal. Tax-Free pays for itself
complish anything iu road building every month. 5 to 500 Gal. Stills installed under guarantee.
so we are at no disadvantage in Alcohol Solidified 33 samples Solid Alkaloid Cubes 194 proof,
post-paid for $2.00
The utilization of W ood Waste by Distillation. A general
Mr. Hunt says, after quoting the
provisions of this act relative to the consideration of the New Industry, including a full description of
county courts selection of Mich road the distilling apparatus used and the principle involved, also
that it shall be done under the methods of chemical control and disposal of the products, first
supervision of the State Highway edition illustrated by seventy-four engravings, 156 pages.
CommNs-oner and then adds, "Now
Mr. Editor tell tts bow can state receipt of $3.20.
B L A C K S M IT H
One of the most delightful Resorts on the Coast
at the ^cstoi/ice i*i Sstacada Or«w*cr» as
second c«u;s mail
Publisbod tverv Thursday Morning
I ST ACAD A, OKEGON
; as mvTC’iry .vi : • • r* • \
»•.» • tU<- w it *%• |
m I o< * rtivli M il lotnpir-iclv tlcraii/e l'.
E " hole system when viavnug it tliro't^h I
^ L: the m it ecus Eurf’CvS.
. should t i v i r N- n-ed excep. < n pr. >c ¡|t- ,
tions from reput
mu », as the ,s
they will do i>. Lett |o'd to the
good you can possildv tit rive from the: it.
Mall s Cut urli Cure, imuiufuctured by 1L
J. Cheney & Co., ToU ’ », O.. < nitons no
mercury, ami is taken internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mucous sur
t iers of the svsLtn, In 1 . \ ng H all’s
Catarrh Curt he sure you get the genuine
It is taken internally ami made in Tole
do, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co.
2'< monials free.
• Id by Druggists, Price 75 c per bottle.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation
William E. Miller et tix to Edna
A. Prescott, 40 acres in Sec. 35 T
2 S. R. 5 E. $10.
George A. DeShieldi et ux to
Clackamas County, a strip of land
for a roadway iu Sec. 15 T. 3 S. R.
4 E. $1.
by buying this
Milton Haney to S. E. Card,
high grade sew«
tract of land in Palmer's Addition
to Boring, $125.
Jasper I. Johnson et ux to Percy
Motional Sewing Machine Co. T. Shelley a tract of land in Sec,
13 T. 2 S. R. 4 E. $1.
Charlie Beers to John Zobrist
Lot 12 Block 12, Estacada, $425.
00 YC A R 3’
C. D. Robeson etoix to E. A
Osman, 30 acres in Sec. 32 T. 4 S.
R. 3 K . $1.
The Cheapest Light
Th e W orld
The Best for the Eyes
-A-- >- »-- A.
Alder St. at Seventh
v / i g asM É ËP
Total..... $3100 to
This is an average covering
miles of macadam toad built.
As to the boirowiug of money to
build public roads being different,
as Mr. Hunt seems to think, fiom
doing the same thing in building
railroads and other public enter
prises, the inference is that it does]
not briug in money. For the same
reason we presume if he brought a
I load of grain to Estacada and in-
I stead of getting cash for its equiva
lent received merchandise it would
The Good Roads Association
' av V *
je» . T r a d i M a r k s
0 * 910*3
have five bills before the legislature
that they believe are good and are
A n y o n e sen til ng a 1« k e tc h and d escrip tio n m ay
q u ic k ly a s certain o u r opin io n f r e e «m other an
tio n is p ro b a b ly p a ten tab le. Cm iim iinlcR.
making efforts to have them passed Inven
lio n s ¥’ .-ictly eontl-JeutnU- HANDBOOK on t'o to n te
fre e. O ld est n penev fo r ftecuring p a ten ts.
If you do not have a copy of what sunt
P a te n ts tak e n tb ru u s h M uun A Co. r e c e lr e
tjjertal notice, w ith o u t c o a r s e , iu th e
they are write the Association lor
one or come to this office anti read
A h a n d so m e ly Illu stra te d w eek ly. L e rn est c ir
latio n >f a n r noicntlU c lotirnal. T o rn n . «u a
the ones we have, study them aud cu
y e a r ; i«»ur m o n th s, f L Soid by all n ew sd ea lers.
if they are good use your influence
M B U
É ti C s » « « » — »-Hew Tcrk
ra u c h O i II go . Ció V St» W ashington.. D .C .
to have them made a law. Do not
condemn them for the reason that
W I L L IA M H A M M O N D
they are different from what has H. K. CROSS
been done. If they have merit they
4 » ATTORNEYS AT LAW #
ought to become a law. The bills
' A bstract« . R e a l K sta te . L o a n s. In su ran ce
are for, State Aid; Convict Labor,
O regon C it y , - -
penitentiary labor; Bonding Act;
Highway Commission; Convict
Labor, city and county prisoners,
ESTACADA MEAT M ARKET
J. SMITH. Prop.
People of the state made a
demonstration in favor of good
roads legislation at Salem at the
open session of the House and
Senate Tuesday of this week, when
special trains were run to the
capital from Portland and many in
terested citizens attended. Pending
bills providing for the permanent
betterment of the roadways of the
state were urged upon the legisla
State and county automobile
clubs, the state organization of
thresherinen, retail merchants and
other interests were represented to
do vvliat they could to get the pend-
iug good roads bills passed.
felt by those actively at work on
this legislation that the measures
proposed will accomplish a great
deal in bringing about marked im
provement iu highway conditions
throughout the state.
First Class Meats of all
I Buy and Sell Mutton, Pork and
Veal. Market price paid iu cash.
Hom e rendered Lard, 6 lbs. 90 cents
Good Cream ery Butter 75 cents
H E N R Y V. ADIX. M.D
P H Y S IC IA N & S U R G E O N
OPFICJ!, A D JO IN IN G K K& ID K NCR
Local an d L o n g D istance T e le p h o n e
The doctor’s phone can be connected
with your home phone at night if re
quested. One long ring.
Dr. L.A. WELLS
D E N T IS T C F
SH EA R ER A N D W ELLS'
D en tists
Saves Two Lives
P o r tla n d
W ill visit Estacada on Friday and
Saturday of each week
Appointments may be made
with Dr. Adix.
‘ •Neither my sister nor myself might be
livin g to-day, if it had not been for Dr.
K in g ’s New Discovery” writes A. D. M c
Donald of Fayetteville, N. C., R. F. D
No. 8, “ for we both had frightful coughs
J O H N S T E I N E R , M. D
that no other remedy could help. We
P h y s ic ia n a S u r g e o n
were told my sister had consumption
She was very weak and had night sweats
but your wonderful medicine completely OFFICe BEHIND ESTACADA STATE BANK
cured us both. I t ’s the best I ever used
or heard o f.” For sore lung 9 , coughs,
colds, hemorrhage, lagrippe, asthma, hay Sleep« in rooms back of office. Can b«
fever, croup, whooping cou gh ,-all bron
found at office day or night.
cliial troubles,- it’s supreme. Trial bottle
free, s o c a n d fi.o o . Guaranteed by all
C laude W . D e v o re
BUY, SE L L , TR A D E , ETC.
S a l k — G ood eight room
house and two lots. Apply at this
W a n t e d — Good fat beef cattle,
highest prices paid,— See Penland
A T T O R N E Y -A T -L A W
N O T A R Y P U B L IC
Estacada S ta te B a n k B u ild in g
Estacada, O re go n
Attorneys at Law
^ • “ Nortary Public, General Law
S a l k — A Multnomah drag Practice, Mortgages foreclosed, A b
saw and boiler. Cheap. Apply at
S a l e — F ive room house and
lot. Good location. Terms, Ap o f f i c e s : 2, 3 & 4,
O rrgon C it y
ply at this office.
Here is an opportunity to secure
your reading matter for the coming
year at bargalu day prices.
must be taken advantage of at
once as they are only offered at
these low prices for a short time.
The price of the Daily Oregonian
is $6.00 per year. We will send the
Daily Oregonian, 1 yr.,
l/2 Doz. Wm. A. Rogers
S a l e — A Shubert piano at
Terms at house.
b ld .
F or S a le — A y
i Jersey yearling
W A N T E D tlic services of a representative in Oregon to look after our old
bull. Apply John Traschel.
aid help ” This can be done, is my and prospective buyers of our Modern simple Tax-free Industrial Alcohol Distilling
Hanging and CaJcemi-
answer, for the following reasons, Apparatus, by special successful demonstrative methods for making Alcohol, Apple
S a l e — White
Jack, Agurdiente, Mescal, Teguila, Peach Brandy, Solidified Alcohol in Cubes,
The State Highway Commissioner Etc., also Denatured Alcohol. Most modern simple 5 gal. still and all sizes to
roosters, Lakewood strain.
J. G. ning. 1st class work
is appointed by the .State Highway 500 gal. daily capacities. Good commission. Address The Wood Waste Distilleries
Co. Inc., Wheeling, W. Va„ l !. S. A.
G u a ra n te e d
Board composed of three citizens of
F o r S a l e —4 fine milch cows and
the state and appointed by the
one good "New Iowa" separator.
Governor and who shall serve with
C E D A R SH IN G LES
Euquire Dr. Adix,
out pay. The commissioner must |
manufacture all kinds of Cedai
be a man skilled in the making of
We have several pieces of prop
and are prepared at all
good roads and shall receive a salary
erty left with us to negotiate s sale
times to deliver the same. Also
The Good Roads Association bill
All can bt secured from us for $6 00.
of $4,000 per year. This is a suf
for. Intending investors in Esta-
for the appointment of a Highway
Daily Journal, regular price 1 yr. ' cada will do well to consult us as to sell at the mill, having stock on
ficient sum to secure the services of
hand at all times
Commission won out iu the legi.-la $5.00, Our price, Daily Journal we may have just what you want
a competent man to place at the
ture on Tuesday in the 1st skirmish and Progress, 1 yr. $5 00,
W e have made arrangements with the N O V E L M A G
b< a ! of all road building. He can
Inquire at the P r o g r e s s office.
It was reported favorably by the
be consulted for opinions, costs,
A Z I N E whereby our readers will receive this new,
F o u n d —Tan and white pippy
committee of the whole in the Sen
etc ami when requested takes tu'l
-----P R O P R IE T O R -----
splendidly illustrated, interesting
can .have same by proving
ate. Senator Dimick of Clackamas
Estacada Agent— A. Morrow
charge of the woik. It seems to
terest you, in magazines and peri property and paying charges.— E.
M A G A Z IN E
uie that it would be much easier to
odicals, by inquiring for them,
bill. The opposition had about
r —T — ‘Tt^nr-nw m w ' p j - j g
get one such competent man in the
T h p
eight votes, although this varied
F o r S a l e — A Sharpies Tubular
state than to get r,3 ns competent
4 The Oregon Fire Relief Asso
Separator No. 3. Inquire at the
men in Clackamas county. By this
ciation of McMinnville
I do not east any reflections on the
with $ 225,000 reserves, solicits your
Notice is hereby given that the tin ler-
The cut of timber by Oregon
competency of any road supervisor
W a n t e d — Beef and mutton,
This is a trial price. The publishers are anxious to have our i f f mills during 1910 was the biggest i
<% of December dressed. Address A. Costos, Box 59
These would be needed just the V»'
o hn Brow n
same, but they would have the ad- ¡'« readers become ncqim ited wdh this new publication which promises jV 1 ever known and readied a total of i tate of Mary E. E ly, deceased. A11 per- Estacada, or call at River Mill.
R o ck w o o d , O re go n
to be one o f the snappiest, brightest and best magazines e ver pub
r p 2,000,000,000 feet, according to the j .-.on* who have claims against said estate
vice of a thoroughly competent man
lished on the Pacific Coast.
L o s t or strayed— A yearling jer
j ire re<|ucsu.-(l to present the same duty
As to the cost of good roads for all
I f you will send 10 cents to the editor o f the E S T A C A D A P R O
too, despite-the fact that trade con authenticated for payment and all per- sey heifer, fawn color; brand 111 on
of Clackamas County and the cod
I also have the OREGON MERCHANTS
G RESS, with the name and address on the coupon printed below, vou
w ill receive the N o v e l M a g a z in e fo r February, March and April
ditions were conflicting. The cur ] sons knowing themselves to be indebted left hip. Finder please notify T.
and BEAVER STATE INSURANCE COS.
per mite. We arc unable to state ¡n
! to said estate arc hereby notified to make
rent year sees a more favorable out- ] payment to the undersigned without de M. Wagner, Garfield.
what that would be but supposing
will be withdrawn in a short time.
I look and it is probable the cut of lay.
it costs as much per mile as isijd
frhn Klv, Currmsville. Ore.
Solves a Deep Mystery
1911 will greatly surpass that of
Administrator o f the estate of Mary H.
stated by Mr Hunt, would not n U
" I want to thank you from the bottom
K lv, deceased.
ESTACADA PRO G RESS
mile of good road at $4,c.00 be n
o f my heart,” wrote C. B. Rader, of Team Work and Hauling by
better proportion tnan a mile of K
OEND ‘ N O V E L M AGAZINE ■ TO
I.cwisbnrg, W. Va., " f o r the wonderful
the Day or Contract
mud holes at a cost of $4.000? The
J More than two million acres of
double benefit I got from Electric Bitters
recommendation of retiring County ’■!■
ill curing me o f both a severe case of WOOD delivered in any quantity
; land, worth now more than $50,-
stomach trouble and of rheumatism, from
Judge Dimick that $80,000 for [S
or length. 1st class 4 foot wood
>'000,000, were given in Oregon for
A bay mare coming 2 years old
slabwood delivered at $2.1» per
roads and #20,000 for bridges in 1 if*
■ the making of roads. These r< a. is lias white spot on forehead and which I had been an almost helpless suf
ferer for ten v e in
It suited tnv case as
this county be levied for the en- ,;i
cord. 16 inch at $2.50 per load.
were never built. The holders of 1 white left hind foot branded 55 on : though made just for a e . ” For dyspep
E N C L O S E D F I N D IO CEBITS
suing \ ear, added to the special tax
I ind grants w ere not held account left stifle. Owner please come and sia. indigestion, jaundice and to rid the
raised bv the districts, makes on
•ystem of kidney poisons that cause
able to their trust. There was no pay charges and take it away.
W. M. YONCE
What Is the “Novel Magazine?”
rheumatism, F.lectrie Bitters has no equal
outlay of considerable money.
F. W. Jockinsen
Try them. Every bottle is guaranteed
The N ovel Magazine is a 48 page illustrated monthly. It is full
25 years we have paid a good price
to satisfy. Only 50 c at all druggists.
o f stories. It will be read with great interest by every member o f
for the loads we have. Will we go
the family. Its pictures are well produced on good paper. The print
We grant every man the right of
on for 25 years longer in the same
in g is o f the highest character, the type large and readable. The
his opinion, but believe Senator
Old S liber Tcrtured
Death In Rosrinq Eire
way as did mauy of the older states
subjects, though full o f facination and interest, are clean, whole
"F o r years I suffered unspeakable tor J may not result from the work of firebug*
Dimick in bis attitude against
W m . U n d e rw o o d
before they discovered that was not
some and moral. The magazine is especially adapted fo r every
modern road building is making a ture from indigestion, constipation and but often severe burns are canred that
the correct way to build permanent
liver trouble," wrote A. K. Smith, a war make a quick need for Bucklen's Arnica
A n up-to-date Blacksmith
bid to be called a l ack number.
subscriber. This paper by a special arrangement with the publi.-hers
veteraII at Erie, Pa., "bu t Dr. K in g ’s Salve, the quickest, surest ettre for burns
roads? Why not benefit by their
is enabled to make this offer anil we urge our readers to take advan
New Lite Pills fixed me til right. They're wounds, bruises, boils, sores. It subdnes Horse shoeing a specialty.
txjierience and lake advantage of
tage o f it.
Try them for any stomach
Don't lorget to git your itinnir, liver or kidney trouble. Only 25 c at all inflammation. It kills pain. It soothes Full supply of goods carried in stock
and heals. Drives off skin eruptions,
at the Park Hotel for 25 Cents.
Iff” Third Column Over l * "
ulcers or piles. O n ly 25c a t all druggist*
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