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E ST A CA D A . OREGON. TH URSDAY, MARCH 2, ly u .
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LO CAL NEW S AND
See our clubbing offers.
We have a bargain in a city lot
for sale. Inquire at the Progress.
Fred North is nursing a beating
on his hand.
Estacada Pharmacy has
placed two very pretty new show
cases in their room.
ESTACADA STATE BANK
CAPITAL • $25,000
ft A YEA R
All the young people are work
ing hard preparing for the concert.
The date for the performance has
been set for Saturday the 25th of
We are promised that
there will be two or three dialogues
and two or three extremely funny
burlesques, besides a number of
other unique items. A full copy of
the programme will appear in
week or two.
the cut represents the Bean Little Giant No. 70 Spray and
It has one of the largest air-chambers ever made 011 a barrel pump,
and a rapid mixer that revolves twice with one stroke of the handle.
Complete outfit ready to fasten to barrel, 29 feet of barrel hose, 8 foot
bamboo extension nozzle and cut-off. Price $22. Extra charge made
for barrel or pressure gauge.
The Oregon City paper mills
Every fanner in this locality
have raised the wages of their em
ployees 14 per cent., to date from seems to be playing tag with the
snowstorm«, trying to get their
No. 60 Bean Spray and Whitewash Pump, complete as above,
grain sown between snows.
Buy your garden seeds at the Es
The bad weather has also affected
tacada Pharmacy and get Oregon
the iron constitutiou of some of
For the larger orchards we have on display in our store the Beau
Seeds, especially adapted to this
our hardy citizens, several having
Pump No. 9. The Bean No. 9 is superior in many ways toother
been laid up with a cold, Mr.
spray pumps and we would like for you to call and investigate.
Rufus Cochron, of lone, an
Howard has just recovered from a
We have a good stock of Bean Brass Spray Extras, such as nozzles
frieud of E. M. Miller paid
severe attack of lagrippe.
hose menders, bushings, clamps, couplings, etc. Lime by the barrel
family a visit on last Friday.
Mr. Turd made a trip to Port
and sulphur by the sack.
Cochron is a business man iu
land last week He took in a load
of honey and canned blackberries
Mrs. Kuhlman was called home and realized fifteen cents per pound
S pecial, e x tr a g ra d e P e a -
The dealers told
on Wednesday on account of the on the honey.
illness of her husband.
She bad him that it was the finest honey
b e r r y Couee, 2 8 c p e r lb. o r
been here taking care of the Potwin they had ever tasted.
4 lbs. io r $ l. T R Y IT .
home in the absence of her parents
The promoters of the Dodge
in the East.
opera house and gymnasium are
We are now ready to do all kinds working overtime at the prelimi
of plow shear and mower cycle naries and have every reason to be
lieve that they will have a place iu
grinding.— Lins Bros., George.
which to play basket ball before
A. J. Darling is a new mau at
anotber year is passed.
the Estacada Mercantile Co’s,
Messrs G. Keller. T. Keller, E
store. " A l” started in on Satur
and D Horner are a party
day. He will have charge of the
chicken raisers, and
Lace and Novelty Trimming
warehouse and implement depart
when they hear a noise like an egg
Chas. E, Dubois has purchased Mr, Horner has a pen of pullets
one of the engines and part of the that average nearly six and one
sawmill machinery that was in the half pounds each in weight.
mill of the Western Lumber & Fuel
The Oregon Realty Co. are push
Co. He will move the same to
ing the sale of city lots south of
their newly acquired timber tract
the schoolhouse. Mr. S. N. G il
bert is the man who has bought
I am prepared to file and fix tlie seven of these five acre lots.
teeth of your horse so that he can
out last Sunday to look over
enjoy life, Price $1. E. M. Miller. his property and informed us that
At the Methodist Episcopal he was going to move out from his
Church, on Sunday evening next, home in Lebanon, Ore., to Dodge
the pastor’s subject will be “ City and build a good house and barn.
Streets." Miss Kellar will sing He will clear up 20 acres and plant
Ave Maria ’ ’ A cordial invita same to orchard. Mr. Gilbert is
tion is extended to the public gen an experienced fruit grower and
says this is the finest kind of fruit
laud. We are all pleased to see
Miss Carrie E, Ellis, of Portland,
new settlers coming in and in spite than the defeat our boys suffered at
who spoke on the “ White Slave
of all opposition we shall have a Gresham and if the home team con
Traffic'’ at the M. E, Church last
tinues to lower the record in the
busy settlement in a few years.
Some time since were butchered
Sunday evening, will speak next
same proportion it won’ t be long 9 three and one-half months eld
Sunday at 11 A. M. on the same
until we can talk back and won’ t pigs that dressed an average of 167
subject at the Norah Hale-Looney Gresham Defeats
P R O P R IE T O R
tued to take a back seat for any of pounds. They were raised by C.
Memorial Church in Garfield.
Good rigs and careful d r iv e n alw aya
them, Gresham’ s line-up: Thomp H. Sarver at Currinsville and were
Estacada son, center; Sttndav, forward;
W a n t e d — Highest price
allowed to run at large, given all G iven H unting and F iahing Partiea
Roberts, forward; Metzger, guard; they would eat, thus disproving the
for eggs at the Palace Meat Market
Hose and Ryan, guard. Estacada: usual theory that hogs must lie
Penland & Jorg.
WOOD & LUMBER
Miltou Evans, center; Robt. Mor kept penned up to fatten.
Bob Fields, of Amity, who is a
Local ttud L ong Distance T elephone
subscriber of the Progress who al
pigs were shipped to Kindoff at
Bert Page, guard; Malcolm Woodle Portland, who declared they were
ways wants to know how his old
friends of this locality' are getting
the finest meat that ever came into
Berry, pure Cane Sugar
Pure Cane Sugar per
10c and 15c
New arrivals in Apron and Dress Ging
hams. Large variety to select from.
Prices 10, 12 1-2 and 15 cents per yard.
I T IS T A X
P A Y IN G T IM E
previous yean, CLACKAMAS COUNTY TAXES may be
paid at offices of
Most complete line of Torchon, Baby
Irish, Valenciennes, and Allovers 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 Edging, 6 cts. per yard.
Corset Cover, 25 to 75 cts. per yard.
Cut Price on Sweaters
$3 and 3.50 Sweaters now $1.90
$4. 50, 5 and 6 Sweaters now $3.50
$1.50 and 1.25 Sweaters now 89 cts.
75c and 1.25 Sweaters now 59 cts.
from 15 to 50 cents
100 patterns to
ESTACADA MERCANTILE co.
CLACKAMAS TITLE COMPANY
310 Chamber of Commerce Building,
Livery, Feed & Sale
W. A. JONES
Tax Roll open for Inspection. Call or send
lor statement or your taxes.
along, renewed his subscription
while visiting among friends here
for the past couple of weeks.
Reduced Prices on Blankets
For a short time we will make a great reduction on
the price of Blankets, cost cu ts no figure.
afford to m iss th is sale.
If you need any Beds, Springs, Mattresses, Furniture or
Queensware come in, we can suit you.
W e have
line of Comforts, Linoleum, Carpets and Matting. A lso just
received a new line of W all Paper of
T h e price is righ t
Space here will not permit us to mention
articles we have, but you really ought to hear those Colum
bia Phonographs, also some fine records.
ESTACADA FURNITURE CO.
W . D. and L . M. Henthom, Proprietors
While in Portland the other day
we met Earl Wilson, a former Esta-
cadian, who was busy as usual at
247 Stark Street.
Dubbs have fitted up a fine busi
ness place and Earl is the kind to
show his friends the best there is to
Ir, the debate of the Oregon City
High School and the Estacada
High School scheduled for this Fri
day night, word was received of a
postponment to Friday evening
March 10th on account of the ill
ness of two of the Oregon City de
Mr. and Mrs. Waterbury went to
Goldendale, Wash., last week to
visit Mrs L A. Chapman, a
daughter who has been very sick.
They think she is improving. Mr.
Waterbury returned home on Mon
day, his wife will remain there for a
couple of weeks.
Mr. and Mrs.
Chevron had charge of the con
fectionery during the absence of
John \V. S ick e litn ith , G reensboro, P a .t
has three ch ild ren , and lik e m ost c h ild
ren th ey frequently take cold.
h ave tried several kin ds of cough m edi
c in e ,” he says, " b u t have never found
any yet th at did them as m uch good as
Ch am berlain ’s Cough R e m ed y.”
sale b y all good dealers.
Interesting Games Of Basket
Ball Are Played In The
Pavilion; Gresham Is
Death Of Francis L
On Saturday evening two basket
ball games were played at the Pa
vilion These were the first games
played by the local High School
team with a visiting team and much
enthusiasm was manifested by the
patrons of the school. A very good
attendance was accorded the play
ers. The Gresham High School
boys and girls teams were the visit
ors and they played good ball.
They came in a special car and a
number of Greshamites who were
present cheered the good playing
they did. The first game was by
the girls’ teams.
Our girls were
praised for their one score and the
fact they were able to hold the
score of Gresham down, as in both
the girls and boys teams we were
outclassed by the visitors. The
line-up of Gresham was: Maude
Mitchell, forward; Lottie Davis,
guard; Evelyn Metzger, guard. Es
tacada’ s line-up was Echo Githens,
center; Lena Harkenrider, forward;
Clema Harkenrider, forward; Ra
chael Reed, guard; Ethel Hale,
guard. Score 11 to 1 in favor of
Henry Hewitt acted as referee.
The boy's game, 23 to 12 in favor
of Gresham, was considerably less
his shop, is the report made to the
Attacks school principal
A severe attack on school principal,
Chas. B. A llen , of S ylv an ia , G a ., is thus
On Monday morning Feb. 27th, told by h im . “ F o r m ore than three
y e a rs," he w rites, " I suffered indescri
Francis L. Bates, well known to
bable torture from rheum atism , liver and
most of the older residents of this stom ach trouble and diseased kidn eys.
section died at the home of his A ll rem edies failed till I used E lectric
daughter Mrs. Earnest Layton, of Bitters, b ut four bottles of this w onderful
Willamette. Mr. Bates had been a rem edy cured me c o m p le te ly ." Such re
sults are com m on. Thot s in d s bless them
resident of Clackamas County for
for cu rin g stom ach trouble, fem ale com
about forty years. He was born at plaints, k id n ey disorders, biliousness,
Conn., coming West and for new health and vigor. T ry them .
about forty years ago and settled in j O n ly 50c at all d ru ggists
Clackamas County, where he has j
resided since. He was twice mar
Debate, Friday, February 10
ried but has been a widower for a
number of years.
He was the j
father of John L. Bates deceased. | The Oregon -City High School
He is survived by two daughters debating team will be at tlie High
Mrs. Earnest Layton, with whom School assembly room a week from
he made his home, and Mrs Daniel Friday evening to enter into de-
Sullivan of Seattle also two brothers hate with our High School debating
Mr. Edwin Bates of our city and team on the question, “ Resolved:
Anson Bates who resides in Cali That immigration should lie further
fornia. At the time of his death restricted by law." Adults admis
he had just passed his sixty-second sion 25 cents, school children 15
birthday. The cause of his death cents. Come out and lend your
was lagrippe. He contracted a cold presence to a worthy object and en
about the first of this year and courage the boys and girls in their
seemed unable to get rid of it. work.
While it was known that he was
seriously ill his death came as a
Highest cash price paid for all
surprise to his many friends.
kinds of poultry delivered at the
Read the Want Ads.
depot in Estacada every Monday
I H, O, Jackson.
W e h a n d le a n y th in g
r e la tiv e to th e
R e a l E s ta te
B u s in e s s
CHAPIA A HI RIOW, of Portland
They have it good fresh vege-
tables. Go and see them
land 1% Jorg.
M. E. Church -
Prayer Meeting on Thursday Even
Church of Christ— Next Subbath
7:15 p. m.
G iv e n , Pastor.