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About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 16, 1911)
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EST A C A D A . OREGON. TH U RSD A Y. F E B R U A R Y 16, ig u
! Geo. A. Steel, Pres.
C. A. Eastman, Vite Pres.
LO C A L N EW S AND
P E R SO N A L M ENTIO N
St A Y E A R
I)iil you get a valentine?
O. O Janu s, of Cazadero, was in
f Estacada to-day on business.
Building operations are going on
rapidly in spile of adverse weather
Mr. Will Myers is nearing com
pletion with his large and spacious
The Estacada has a new cover mansion. We are pleased to see
[ for their pocj table.
Mr. Myers settling in the neighbor -1
F o u n d — A bunch of keys, Ap- hood and wish Dim every success.
Geo. A. Steel, Thos. Yocum, John Zobrist, L. E. Bclfils ; I ply at this office,
Look out for the school concert ^
We are told
f | The Reed and Sparks building is in about a month.
C. A. Eastman
v | nearing completion
4 ; Rev. ICulilmau was an Estaca-
There lias been some agitations
i da visitor this week.
in regard to building a hall at
The workmen have the roof on Dodge for the purpose of dancing,
the Michaels property,
basket hall and other amusements.
Rev. Darling and wife visited This would Ire a great benefit to the
with their children in Portland this district and would help to keep the
young people from going elsewhere
W e m ake loans—long or
John Brown, the insurance man, to seek their enjoyments. Boost
for a hall.
was transacting business in Estaca
short term on good secu rity" da
Real estate is booming.
Oregon Realty Co. have made a
Wm. Kaake is moving ‘ tempor
good many sales during the last
arily to the Miller & Liufsey saw'
year, including n 11 utilizer of five-
mill this week.
acre tracts south of the schoolhouse
The Christian Church desires to We expect to see a city springing
thank all who helped in making up in tlte near future.
their recent supper such a success. still a few lots remaining suitable
J R. Wilson, of Portland was fur the City Hall, courthouse, mu
visiting in Estacada and looking seum, depot, etc. Intending specu- i-
iators must hurry to secure these.
after bis property on Saturday,
Messrs Lawrence and Hausel-
Mrs. Addie Perry returned home
* *♦«•#•*$• 4-*»*l4»t*4**i
mair are making additions to their
on Tuesday evening front a pro
modern bungalow in the shape of a
tracted visit to San Francisco, Cal.
large open fireplace.
T. H. Tighe of San Francisco, a ways claims lie never feels the cold
brother of Mrs, Brown is paving but the fireplace is going in any
them a visit at the Parsonage. This way.
is his first visit to Oregon.
Mr. Ed. Young is busy fencing
Annum! Adams, who has been iu about forty acres of the “ wild
having a hard time freeing hnnseif and wooly West." He says it is
from an attack of l.igrippe is able to easier to find his cows inside a forty
be down town again.
than it is to seek all over the Rocky
Frank VanDuren haS purchased mountains.
Ih c cut represents the Bean lit t le Giant No. 7 0 Spray and
L. E. flelüls, Cashier
IT IS T A X PAYIN G TIM E
Everyone iu this section have
a new pool table and placed the
same in his place of business for the been baying fruit tiees, especially
cherry trees, as they seem to flour
pleasure of lii.s customers,
A s in previous years, CLACKAMAS COUNTY TAXES may be
ish here. Mr. D. Horner planted
Mrs. Doctor Charlton Snyder,
Lambert trees three years ago
paid at offices of
who was taken down about two
and last fall got a tew fine large
weeks ago with the lagnppe has
been having a bad spell of sickness.
Fruit and berries cannot help but
She is much better than she was.
grow at Dodge.
The ladies of the Christian
Church at their chicken supper on
CLACKAMAS TITLE COMPANY
Tuesday evening had a nice soci.'d
time and gave a good chicken
510 Chamber of Commerce Building,
Johnny Moger, son of Mr. and
supper. They were well patron
Mrs. J. F. Moger is very sick with
ized and made $49.
John Zobrist is trout to day a
Mr. and Mis. F. Ponders have
bouifide resident of Estacada.
returned from their wedding trip to
liad a flitting day experience to-day
when be moved into the house re
T a x R o ll open fo r In s p e c tio n . C a ll o r s e n d
Very little farming can he done
cently purchased by him on Zobrist
for the ground is still covered with
io r s ta te m e n t or y o u r taxes.
R. M. March who has been at
Grange was held last Saturday,
the Good Samaritan Hospital to be
Officers were installed by Mrs. Ed.
treated for an abcess in the bead,
Bates and Mr. Chitwood.
arrived home on Monday evening.
Chitwood gave a very interesting
He thinks the trouble has been
and lie will be all O. K.
S S H E B E E E R S E S B B t^S etE aB iS E B fù
Mr. Will Bard has a bad attack
in a short time.
Mrs. Clara Hentliorn fell on the
The Spring water school has a
icy boards at her home last Friday
very interesting debating team,
ami lins since been confined to lied,
Anyone wishing to debate with
suffering from bruises sustained. It
them consult Mr. Chas. Mewheart-
was thought at first she had frac
tured her ribs. It has been deter
Mr. Sidney Smith, one of our
mined that no hones were broken.
bachelors, has left the ranks.
The Firemen’ s St. Valentine came last Sunday and brought with
dance given at the Pavilion was a him a Mrs. Sidney.
very entertaining affair and fairly
well patronized hut the fire boys
realize as a moneymaker they will
lie disappointed from what they ex
Snow ! Snow! All the time, when
pected to realize.
one coat is gone another comes.
Jack Baker, employed on the
W hen in need of anything in Furniture call and look
About nine inches fell on Monday.
drill crew at the upper dam, Dad
Mr, Frank Lane sold his 160
over our line and get prices. W e carry a good line of W all
the cud of his forefii.ger caught hv
acre ranch to Mr. Leyde and sons
Paper, Matting, Carpets, Linoleum, Iron Beds, Springs,
morning and badly crushed.
The for $6000.
Mattresses, Blankets, Comforts, Portiere, Queensware, and
Mr. A. Peterson sold to Mr. Mc-
genial Jack will still continue to
80 acres for $3,000.
poke his fun at the boys with his
in fact most everything in house furnishing.
mouth, while lie carries the afore Peterson has left for hack East.
W e also carry the Columbia Graphophones, one of the
Willie Lins has been down with
said finger in a sling. Belter luck
tlie measles blit is up and around
to > 011 next lime.
best machines on the market, at prices ranging from $17.50
Attorney Bartlett proves himself
up to $200.00. A lso records and needles.
Mr. Walter Poulsen from Port
to be a good auctioneer at the
is out to sjiend a week or two
chicken supper given by the ladies
of the Christian Church at the I. with his brother, Julius Poulsen.
Otto Poulsen, Harold Joyner and
O. O. F hall on Tuesday evening.
On the invitation of the ladies, and Christ Johnson were the guests of
ESTACADA FURNITURE CO.
against the piotest of the attorney, Wm. Held 011 Sunday night. Card
he was compelled to tackle the jo! playing was the pleasure of the
W . D. and L. M. Henthom, Proprietors
and when lie was through he sur evening.
prised himself, esbecially as to bis
Mr. Klitikcr and Christ and
; Hcnty Klmker have been down
+»+■!■ .»»'I H I » ability in that direction
I I i\\
W hitewash Pump.
It lias one of the largest air-chambers ever made on a barrel pump,
and a rapid mixer that revolves twice with one stroke of tlie handle.
Complete outfit ready to fasten t > barrel, 29 feet of barrel hose, 8 foot
bamboo extension nozzle and cut-off. Pri -e $22. Extra charge made
for lzarrel or pressure gauge.
No. 60 Bean Spray and Whitewash Pump, complete as above,
For the larger orchards w’e have on display in our store the Bean
Magic Pump No. 9. The Bean No. 9 is superior in many ways toother
spray pumps and we would like for you to call and investigate.
We have a good stock of Bean Brass Spray Extras, such ns nozzles
hose menders, bushings, clamps, couplings, etc. Lime by the barrel
and sulphur by the sack.
Berry, pure Cane Sugar
S pecial, e x tr a g ra d e P e a -
b e r r y Cot ree, 2 8 c p e r lb. o r
4 lbs. i o r $1. T R Y IT .
New arrivals in Apron and Dress G ing
Large variety to select from.
Prices 10, 12 1-2 and 15 cents per yard.
10c and 15c
Lace and Novelty Trimming
Cut Price on Sweaters
Most complete line of Torchon, Baby
Irish, Valenciennes, and Ailovers ever
shown by us.
Torchon Lace, 2 to 12 cts. per yard.
Baby Irish Lace, 5 to 12 cts. per yard.
Valenciennes, 1 to 12 cts. per yard.
Allover, 35 to 65 cts per yard.
Oriental Allover, $1.50 per yard.
Braid E dging, 6 cts. per yard.
Corset Cover, 25 to 75 cts. per yard.
$3 and 3.50 Sweaters now $1.00
$4. 50, 5 and 6 Sweaters now $3.50
$1.50 and 1.25 Sweaters now 80 cts.
75c and 1.25 Sweaters now 50 cts.
from 15 to 50 cents,
100 patterns to
E S T A C A D A M E R C A N T IL E co.
Í T im C m S
with lagrippe for some time, but all
Miss Irma Joyner is spending a
week with her father at the River
Mill dam at Estacada.
60,000 GiRLS SOLD AND LOST
Come to the Methodist Church
and hear about it. Miss Carrie E.
Ellis of Portland will lecture there
Sunday evening, Feb. 26th. Sub
ject, “ War on White Slave Traffic”
Seats free. All are welcome.
O. A. Palmer et ux to J. R.
Knox and George Ii. Knox, part of
tract 22 and 103 in Boring Junction
O. A. Palmer et ux to J. R.
Knox and Grace Knox, part of
tract 4, Boring Junction, $tooo.
Cook Leaves With
Greek Laborers Are Looking
For C ook W h o Left Sun
T IK T H lM if
Iil'lil I ■ I i l l
pay their pro rata share and lure a
cook to prepare it, as this class of
laborers is not provided with board
at the regular commissary depart
ment of the contractors. On Satur
W . A. JO N E S
day evening last Chohles came to
Good rigs anil careful drivers always
Estacada and had cashed eight
checks belonging to his fellow-
Given Hunting and Pishing Parties
countrymen, so it is reported, and
did not return to the boarding
WOOD & LUMBER
place. These were to lie applied to
Local and Long Distance Telephone
the payment of bills contracted for
the provisions used.
paving these bills the cook left on
Sunday on the car leaving hete at
nine o'clock for Portland.
When it was discovered the hills
had not lieeu paid and the man had W e h a n d le a n y th in g
gone some of those who had given
r e la tiv e to th e
him tne money went to Portland to
look for him. Lichthoru and Mr.
R e a l E s ta te
Peuland also made trips to Port
B u s in e s s
land in tlie hope of locating Dim, as
it was to them the money was to
have been paid. We learn that the
Palace Meat Market furnished them
witli meat that was unpaid for to
the amount of $ r 33. Mr. Lich-
thorn's Dill for bread is about $150.
re p re s e n tin g
It is thought that tlie men who
CHAPÍN & IIIK IO W , of Portland
Izoard at the Greek quarters will be
responsible to the people who fur- ! lumlier, particularly the kind used
Dished the provisions and that the by railroads. Tlie tract is situated
loss, if any results, from the cooks about a mile from Sandy. When
disappearance will fall on bis the Mt. Hood railroad is built their
line will l>e within a mile of the tim
ber. These gentlemen intend build
ing a sawmill on the tn»ct.
Livery, Feed &
Buy 3 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0 Feet
Considerable uneasiness is felt,
and possibly loss will lie sustained,
by local business firms through the
reported disappearance of John
Chohles, a Greek cook at the River
Mill power site
It appears that
Chohks was employed by other
Greek laborers as cook for them.
The Greeks who labor at the power
site, it seems from what can be
learned of tlie case, buy provisions
and at the end of tlie month each
1 1 ID T S2KHWB5EI
Chas. E. Dubois, of Estacada.
and F, L . Botsford, of Portland,
have bought from Geo. W Howitt
3,000,000 feet of fir timl>er near
Mr. Duliois is a well
known Itimlier and sawmill man
who has been in charge of the Du
bois Lumber Co. here for a number
of years. Mr. Botsford is an ex
tensive lumlier dealer in Portland
and bandies large quantities of
tortured tor IT years
by a cure- defying stomach trouble that
baffled doctors, and resisted all remedies
lie tried. John \V, Modders, of Modders-
vil'.e, Mich., seemed doomed.
to sell his farm and give lip work.
neighbors said, “ he can’t live much long
er” “ Whatever I ate distressed me,” he
wrote, “ till I tried Electric Hitters,
which worked such wonders for me that
I can now eat things I could not take »or
years. Its surely a grand remedy for
stomach trouble ” Just ss good for the
liver and kidneys. Every lx it tie guar
anteed. < nly j k at all druggist!.