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E ST A C A D A
fio a week
i l a day
(iN CO K H O R A T KIl)
D IR E C T O R S :
The Hotel Estacada
C h a * F. I'r u m s ,
r m i i ’n l
J. \V. R K h It. V ice iTr-iirtrn l
!.. K. H k l f i l s . Treasurer
H. S. W O M K R ,
A LL MODERN CONVEN IEN CES
Enterad at the poetoffice in Estacada. Oregon as
second class mail
Published It e ry Thursday Morning
One of the most delightful Resorts on the Coast
Local and Tourist Trade Solicited
........................................................ $1 00
PALACE MEAT MARKET
Thursday May 25 . 1911
H a n d le s
The correct way to pronounce it
U Es-ta-ca-da, accent on the third
syllable, a having the sound of a
as in ah in the two last syllables.
Representing ten Western states,
the executive committee of the
Western Development League met
at the commercial club during the
past week and mapped out a plan
that promists to be of great benefit
to the whole West.
is to attract people from the crowd
ed East to vacant lands of the West
where there is room for millions to
build happy homes.
The big drawing card proposed
by the League is a special train of
exhibit cars that will tour the East
next Hall and will give the people
of that part of the country an object
lesson of the opportunities to be
found here. In this movement the
commercial bodies, railroads, state
officials and the Panama-Pacific
Exposition will cooperate and
share the expense.
westerners will accompany the
train and they plan to call on gov
ernors of the stntes visited and
other leading men, interesting them
in the campaign, which will be of
such a magnitude as to lie free from
any selfish boosting by any narrow
At least five cars of exhibits will
be taken along, showing the pro
ducts of the West in a comprehen
sive fashion. This will be the big
gest showing ever attempted along
this line and is certain to attract
much attention. The exhibits will
later be placed at the Eastern laud
shows during the Winter.
a n d c u r e d M e a ts
We Buy and Sell
P E N L A N D & JÖ R G
the H o se
you se e a d v e rtise d e ve ry
w h e re
H o se
th a t
Gives you the Worth of your Money
Is th e W IN D E R H O S E
W E SELL TH EM
Also all Good Goods at the Bottom Prices
We are m aking a specialty
of all kinds or
F R U IT S & V E G ET A B LES IN SEA SO N
Call and look over our line.
“ THE HOME OF QUALITY”
Successors to C. F. Howe
elude high class draft stock, har
BUY, SE L L , TR A D E , ETC.
ness and fancy drivers,
animals will be shown that will
W a n t e d — Highest price
equal the best seen at national stock for eggs at the Palace Meat Market
Penland & Jorg.
The Camas Post says, “ A poor
lone bear came from the Cascades
last Monday to pay Camas a visit —
and is here yet.”
The Post re
cently had a splendid edition con
taining numerous pictures of the
growth of that vicinity.
Is it pos
sible that they might lie going too
fast ? We have in mind a biblical
bear story, but unlike that one the
Post says the bear got "slew.”
' tem. thereby destroying the foundation
of the disease, and giv in g the jiatieut
1 strength bv building up the constitution
and assisting nature in d oin g its w ork.
The proprietors have so m uch faith in
its curative jwwers that th ey offer One
Hundred Dollars for any case that it
i tails to cure. Send for list of testim onials
Address F. J. Cheney & C o., Toledo, O.
I Sold by J »ruggists, 75c.
T ake H a ll's Fam ily P ills for constipation
«1 .uch v siu . .. micht b« u a .j * .p p r .i« - «ty election to be held June 6th.
i mem and that. \ ursuant to auch application, tha I .nd | Kor Mayor, J. W. Reed; for
thereon have bean appraised, the timber _
- \\ t • j
MUnurad 610.000 board 1 . « a, 50 cen,a . . . M and i C 0 " nC ' ,m * n ' U “ r<1 N o - «• A 1 b i n d -
J the land $30.00: that said applicant w*.:l offer final sey ; Ward No. 2» W. A. Jones, B.
proof in sui>port of his application and sworn state- «
. u r « . . , ! xt ~ - n r
man! on the 23rd da, cl M „
,h . k
N o. 3 , W m U u-
Regsiter and Receiver of the United States Land derw ood, ), P. Woodle; Ward No.
O llic. a, Pcrtland. O r.,on.
I ^ R a y J a c o l) S L Q
Any parson Is at liberty to protest this purchase be
fore entry, or initiate a contest at any time before No 5, Kdwin Bates, Asa Hawkins;
patent issues, by filing a corroborated affidavit in this
Treasurer, L- E. Belfils; Recorder,
office, alleging facts which wou'd defeat the entry.
Highest cash price paid for all
kinds of poultry delivered at the
depot in Estacada every Monday.—
H, O, Jackson.
The annual picnic at the Grange
hall near the banks of beautiful
Eagle Creek was a very enjoyable
affair. A large crowd attended,
the dinner was bountiful aud excel
lent and the music furnished by the
Currinsville baud was enjoyed by
all. Uf course, the picnic was fol
lowed by a dance in the evening
(Eagle Creek “ doin’ s” most always
are) which was also well attended.
A small sawmill on Deep Creek
which had been doing a thriving
business, was burned to the ground
May 13. Machinery was a com
The Sellwood Lumber Co’s, mill
is shipping a fine lot of ties.
teams are kept busy hauling to the
Mr. Clester and daughter Bessie,
of Molalla, were visiting the young
Messrs Clester and their friends in
this vicinity the first of the week.
has gone with her husband to Idaho
where they will make their future
heme, We hope it will 1 « a happy
one and that "Rite” won't get
homesick for her mother, who has
been fortunate enough to keep this
her youngest daughter at home
with her heretofore.
Pleasant Hill school closed May
it. Only one pupil, Carl Douglass
took the eighth grade examination
School at Eagle Creek will close
with a picnic at the school grove
Riding about recently we were
surprised at the improvements made
on every hand. During the past
few years roads, fields, fences and
buildings have been greatly bettered
aud many new settlers have come
in, Now, we need manufactures
that these newcomers may all find
employment. Estacada please take
Saved child Irom death
“ A lte r our ch ild had suffered from severe
bronchial trouble for a y e a r ," w rote G .
T. Richardson, of R ich ardson's M ills,
A la ., “ we feared it had consum ption. It
had a bad cough all the tim e. W e tried
inanv rem edies w ithout a va il, and d oc
tor's m edicine seemed as useless. F in a l
ly we tried Dr. K in g 's New D iscovery,
and are pleased to say th at one bottle e f
fected a com plete cure, ami our ch ild is
again strong and h e a lth y ,” F o r coughs,
lagrippe, asthm a,
croup and sore lungs, its th e m ost in fa ll
ible rem edy th at's made. Price 50c and
#1. Trial bottle tree.
G uaranteed be-
a ll dru ggists.
Notice for Publication
Department of the Interior. U S Land Office at
Portland. Oregon. March 22nd. 1911.
Notice is hereby given that William A.Bechtll whose
post-office address is 856 Capitol Ave.. Portland.
Oregon, did. on the I 3th day day of January 1911 tile
In this office Sworn Statement and Application. No
02883. to purchase the SEki. Section 28. Township
2 south. Range 6 East. Willamette Meridian, and
the timber thereon under the provisions of the act of
June 3. I 878, and acts amendatory, known as the
‘ Timber and Stone Law" at such value as might be
fixed by ap^raisment. and that, pursuant to such ap
plication. the land and timber thereon have been ap
praised. the timber estimated 840,000 board feet at
50 cents per M. and the land $100.00: that said ap
plicant will offer final proof in support of his applica
tion and sworn statement on the 6 th day of June
1911. before the Register and Receiver of the
United States I and Office, at Portland. Oregon
Any person is at liberty to protest this purchase
before entry, or initiate a contest at any time before
patent issues, by filing a corroborated affidavit in this
office alleging facts which would defeat the entry.
H. F. Higby. Register
Notice for Publication
Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at
Portland. Oregon. April 8 th, 1911.
Notice is hereby given that Julia C. LaBarre,
whose post-office address is 1189 Taggart St. Port
land. Ore., did on the 14th day of Juno. 1910. file in
this office Sworn Statement and Application. No.
02660. to purchase the SEK. Section 4, Township
5 South. Range 4 East. Willamette Meridian, and
the timber thereon, under the provisions of the act of
June 3, i 878. and acts amendatory, known es the
“Timber and Stone Law.” at such value as might
be fixed by appraisement, and that, pursuant to such
application, the land and timber thereon have been
estimated and valued by the applicant the timber es
tl mated 700,000 board feet at $300.00 and the land
$100: that said applicant will offer final proof In sup
port of her application and sworn statement on the
20th day of June. 1911, before the Register and
Receiver of the U. S . Land office, at Portland. Ore.
Any person is at liberty to protest this purchase be
fore entry, or initiate a contest at any time before
patent issues, by filing a corroborated affidavit in this
office, alleging facts which would defeat the entry.
H. F. Higby. register
Department of the Interior. U. S . Land Office at
Portland. Oregon. May 12th 1911
Notice is hereby given that Camilla D. Abernathy
of Welches. Clackamas Country. Oregon, who on
April 8 th. 1909. made homestead entry Serial No.
01 78Cfor EJ4 S E * . S W * S E * Sec. 4 and NW*
NEJi, Section9. Township 3 south, Range 7 east.
Willamette Meridian, has filed notice of intention to
make final commutation proof to establish claim to the
lard above described, before the Register and R e
ceiver of the U. S . Land Office at Portland. Oregon,
on the 28th day of June 1911.
Claimant names as witnesses:
F. H. Tawney, V. E. Waterman. W. E. Welch. Edw.
M. Roberts all of Welches. Oregon.
H. F. Higby. Register
OF GUARDIAN'S SALE OF REAL
Notice is hereby given that In pursuance of an order
of the County Court of the State of Oregon for the
County of Clackamas, made on the 1 6 th day of May.
1911. in the matter of the guardianship of the person
and estate of M. H. Richards, the undersigned-, the
guardian of the person and estate of M. H. Richards
will proceed to sell, at private sale for cash in hand at
room 5 13 Henry Building, Portland, Oregon, from
and after the 26th day of June. 1911, the following
described real estate belonging to said ward and
situated in the County of Clackamas. State of Oregon
to-wit: Beginning at a stone In the center of the
County road leading fromSpringwater to Currinsville
Oregon where the North boundary line of the
Franklin Piearce D. L. C. No. 38 in township Three
South of Range four East W, M.. crosses said County
road: thance South eighty-six degrees, twenty-six
minutes East 663.3 feet; thence East 157.4 feet to
the Initial point of the land herein conveyed: thence
East 522.9 feet; thence South three degrees thirty-
four minutes West 832.92 feet;thence West 522.9ft
thence North three degrees thirty-fcur minutes East
832.92 feet to said initial point, the place of begin
ning. containing ten acres.
First publication. May 25th. 1911.
Guardian of the person and estate of M. H. Richards
Do ghosts hsvat sw am ps?
N o, never. Its toolisb to (cur a fancied
e vil, when th ere are teal and d eadly
perils to xuard against in awampa and
uiarshea, bayous, and low lands.
are the m alaria f;ern)s th at cause a)(ue,
ch ills and l<ver, w eakness, aches in the
bones and m uscles aud m ay induce dead
ly typh oid. Hut E le ctric Ritters destroys
and casts out these vicious germ s Irom
the blood. “ Three bottles d rove all the
m alaria from my sy ste m ," w rote W m.
F retw ell, o l Lucam a, N. C ., “ and I ’ve
had fiua health ever sin ce .”
safe, sure rem edy o n ly. 50c at a ll d ru g
They have it— good fresh vege
tables, Go and see them. Pen-
laud & Jorg.
ESTACAD A ACREAGE
3 acres close in, all level, a snap
for $560; $150 cash, balance $15
per month with interest at t %.
5 acres close in, all level, fine
garden land, a bargain for $1000.
One-half down, balance 7,^.
Woodle I.and Co.
For soreness o f the m uscles w hether
induced b y v iolen t exercise o r injury
Cham berlain's L inim en t is excellen t.
T h is lin im en t is also h ig h ly esteemed
for the relief it affords in cases o f rheu
m utism . Sold b y a ll good dealers.
More Money To
Notice for Publication
The Cheapest Lipht
Claude W. Devore, E. S. Womer.
H F. H H k v Register
We have several pieces of prop
CH U RCH S E R V IC E S
erty left with us to negotiate a sale
for. Intending investors in Esta
cada will do well to consult us as M E. Church----- Next Sabbath
we may have just what you want.
10 a. m.
L E X P E R IE N C E
Inquire at the P r o g r e s s office.
8 p. m.
For service i blooded Holstein League
7 p. m.
bull. John Traschel.
4 Prayer Meeting on Thursday Even
Portland's campaign for a big
8 p. m
S ale — A
Besson “ proto ing
T R A O E lY I A R lia
auditorium is now under way and type'’ Chicago bore cornet, b flat,
D is io n s
there seems little doubt that it will silver plated and gold mounted. Church of Christ— Next Sabbath
C o p y r ig h t s A c .
Anyone sending a nketrh and description may
qnlckly ascertain ou r opinion free w hether an
Various busiuess Price $45.
Enquire at Progress
Invention ta probably patentable. Commnntca-
tlous stric tly confidential. HANHBOOK on P atent«
and improvement clubs are giving office.
10 ». m. te
n t free. Oldest agen cy for securing patents.
P atenta taken through Munn A Co. receive
the movement their hearty support.
notice, w ithout c harge, in the
7 ; , 5 p m,
F o r S a l e —A short horn cow
W. G i v e n , Pastor.
with calf. Enquire at the Progress
A handsom ely llin atrated w eekly. L argest ctr-
The Myrtle Point Enterprise has
cnlation of any acientlflc Journal. Term s. S3 a
fonr m onths, f L Sold by a ll new sd ealer*
been sold. C. Milton Shultz of
Deeds Filed For Record
] 0 t 3 eiB,.New York
South Dakota is the new editor aud
I have a thoroughbred Poland
re. t 825 F 8 U W ashington. D. C-
China Boar, Prince Rupert No
A, G. Bornstedt et ux to G. F.
1 ' 75 * 33 . for service.
Si for grades. At the Coupland Ruegg, yi interest in a tract of land F A N T O N ’S C E D A R SH IN G LES
place, formerly the D. F. Warner. situated in Sandy, $10
When in need of First Class Cedar
place. R S. Ludlow, owner.
tf I Fred B. Madison et al to Frank
Shingles consult me.
To whom it may concern, take
E. Davey 40 acres in section 5
delivered or at the mill.
We have a bargain in a city lot
township 4 south range 3 east jli.
The co-partnership herctotore ex- for sale. Inquire at the Progress.
Henry Baars et al to Joseph J.
isting under the firm name a n d -------------------------
Mining men completed the or- style of Haskins & Bronson, run- 1 Mrs p w Gartner will leave Lamtners 72 acres in section 22 H. R. FA \T0\
; township 3 south range 2 east $10.
ganization of the Oregon Chapter mug a pool room aud cigar stand is
on next Monday for Lincoln,
Wm. R. Stokes et al to Hilde-
of I he American Mining Congress | this day mutually dissolved.
All Nebraska, to make an
W IL LIA M HAMMOND
grade Plummer 10 acres in section H. E. CROSS
in Portland during the past week, outstanding accounts are to be paid visit with relatives.
C R O SS & HAM M O N D
12 township 4 south of range 4 east
the whole state being well repre to A. R. Haskins, and all liabilities
ATTORNEYS AT LAW a
J. C. Peas, of Michigan and a $250.
sented. Steps were taken at the are 10 be assumed by A. R. Has
Abstracts. Real Kstate. Loans. Insurance
convention to put the industry on a kins,
back East neighbor of L. Y. Cong
Myra Kuhn to Emma Johnson O r e g o n C i t y , - - • O r e g o n
better basis and considerable bene
Dated, Estacada, Ore., May 1, j don, paid the latter a visit on Wed and B. F. Hart, W # of SW
fit to all engaged in the develop 1911.
nesday, taking them completely by S W * of N W '( of section 22 town-
L. E. FOLSOM
ment of the state's mineral re
ship 3 south range 5 east f t .
A. R. Haskins
sources will tesult.
m akes a specialty of
State of Oregon to Fred B. Mad-
L. S. Bronson
^ Hale has just completed shear
ing his five sheep. He has a Cots- j ison 80 acres >» section 5 township
S ick headache reaulU from a disordered wold buck that Weighed 250 lbs. 4 south range 3 east. $500.
Union will hold its annual horse I condition
of the stom ach, and can be
Y o u w ill alw ays find him at the
John Strauss et ux to G. C. Ma-
•how June I, 2 and 3, Union cured bv the use of C h am berlain ’s Sto from which 19 lbs of wool was
County is the home of many
Y o n ce B a r n
j per sheep.
| ship 2 south range 4 east, $1125.
ready to do work at the rig h t price.
hor.-cs and the exhibition will in sale by alt good dealers.
O b ta in a b le
Cash Paid for Hides and Market Products
Our city election and what
means for the future of our city
and the country districts surround
ing it, is now a question of more
importance than some attach to it
The success and growth of our city
means the success and development
of the country districts about it. So
that what builds up and makes for
a greater Estacada does likewise for
its country districts. It is therefore
important that business
methods shall rule in the policy es
A majority opinion
while it might not always be cor
rect, is usually an index to the best
policy to pursue.
A license or no-license policy
seems to be the only issue of im
portance to be settled at this elec
tion. All desire, we take it, to
have the best policy succeed. On
which is best a division of opinion
exists, A review of our experience
for the past three years with a no
license system in force as compared
with the previous years when li
cense was granted ought to he, both
from a business and moral stand
point, a basis from which to form
an opinion as to the best policy
Individuals who do not have the
stamina to stand by their conviction,
be it for or against, ought not to
have any vote anywhere.
are a stumbling block to any cause
and are responsible for having a
policy ot one kind and a public sen
timent of another.
To every voter in Estacada the
Progress urges that they will come
out in the open and vote their
opinion conscientiously and when a
majority is obtained in this manner
a public sentiment sufficiently
strong to maintain the policy will
Let a majority
rule is our advise.
th e B e s t F r e s h
$ 1 0 0 Rev*, rd. *K > 0
Not U p lor Public at ion
Candidates At Com ing
The reaitrfs i»t tins
w ill be
Department of the Interior. U S Lai.J Office
j'ltHse'l 1» le.trn ih.it the re is at least one
Portland. Oregon. M* j . h vth. 1911.
«Mt: »'leM «Itsr.iM; tl M w it lice has hcv.il ,
Notice Is hereby ylven that John J Pauley whora j
able to cute in all its »luxes *n«l that is |
pcsioffiL# addtesa is Park Ava City Park Portland.
—— - —— —
l Catarrh. H a ll's Catarrh Cure is the on ly
Oregon dM. on the 27th day of July 1910 lila
|4M»itive cure now known to the m edical in this ofiics s»orr Sui.m.m and a -, ukw.o*. No
I ctitions were hied Wilt» the Re-
fraternity. Caturrah being a co n stitu
tional disease, requires a constitutional
treatm ent, lla ll s Catarrh Cure is taken
w m in-.lt« Merldlnn and .h . Umber .h .r.on ,
"a"'*-'1 l * rSons
j internally, acting d irectly upon
l>lood and m ucuous surfaces of the sys uihiar tha provisions of the act of Juna 3 1878 and the 1 »allots tl) be Voted Oil at the
The money in the Estacada Ad-
veitsing Campaign is being raised
slowly, The committes seem to be
meeting with fairly good success.
\Ve have the following new list sent
in this week;
Estacada State Bank
* 5 °.
Estacada Mercantile Co.
Reed & Sparks
> 5 -
E. L- Fraley
M. J. Anderson
W. D. Hays
The Best for the Eyes
Electric S to re
Alder St. at Seventh
H E N R Y V.AD1X.M.D
P H Y S IC IA N A SURGEON
O F F IC K , A D J O IN IN G R K S ID R N C R
Local and Long Distance Telephone
Tha doctor's phone can be connecte«)
with your home phone at n ight il re
quested. One lon g ring.
Dr.L.A. W ELLS
D EN T IST C F
SH EARER AN D
D e n tis ts
P o r tla n d
W ill visit Kstum da on F rid ay and
Saturday <4 each week
Appointm ents mwv he made
w ith Dr. A d ix .
J O H N S T E IN E R . M
P h y s ic ia n
nun o n
O ffice n e x t to B a k e r y . - O ffice h ou rs,
10 to 12 A . M ., 7 to 8 P. M.
C LA U D E W. D E V O R E
A T T O R N E Y -A T -L A W
N O T A R Y P U B L IC
E sta ca d a S ta te B a n k B u ild in g
E sta cad a. O regon
We manufacture all kinds of Cedai
Shingles and are prepared at al)
times to deliver the same. ALso
to sell at the mill, having stock on
hand at a)) times
A. K R IE G E R & CO.
— p r o p r ie t o r -
Estacada Agent— A. Morrow
Death O f Hazel Bard
The Oregon Fire Relief Asso
Hazel, only child of Mr, and Mrs.
Wm. Bard of Spring water, died on
Monday after an illness of nine
days. Hazel had been a frail child
and was never considered strong,
but during the last six months had
lieen considered much improved and
her parents had little thought of
the sudden bereavement they would
be called upon to endure. She ate
a hearty supper the evening she
was taken sick but from the very
commencement her case became
serious. Dr. Gilbert of Portland
was called in consultation with Dr,
Adix and everything possible done
Iliat they could do to save her life,
hut the disease, cerebral menengt-
tis, had taken hold on her system
and death came to her relief on
Monday last at the age of 10 years
I month and 16 days.
She was laid to rest in the
Springwater cemetery on Wednes
day. The funeral services were
conducted by Rev. Givens of Port
land of the Presbyterian church at
II a. m. at the home of her parents
w ith f j j j .000 reserve*, solicits your
business th rough
ciation of McMinnville
Fat cattle wanted; the fatter the
better.— See Penland & Jorg.
Chas. Dubots, while in the Pro
gress office yesterday, said the Pro
gress was at liberty to make the
statement that he would establish a
big lumber yard in Estacada this
Joh n Brown
R o c k w o o d. O reg on
Ph on e
C n u h a m . 3 SI
Or leave word at th is office
I also have the OREGON MERCHANTS
and BEAVER STATE INSURANCE COS.
Team Work and Hauling by
the Day or Contract
WOOD delivered in any quantity
or length. 1st class 4 foot wood
slabwood delivered at $2.00 per
cord. 16 inch at $2.50 per load.
W. M. Y0NCE
Wm. Underw ood
An up-to-date Blacksmith
Horse shoeing a specialty.
Full supply of goods carried in stock
YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED
J. V. B A R R
B L A C K S M IT H
li otiH at the old stand and witting to do
any o l the work
in hit line
GIVE HIM A CALL
Annauncements are out request
ing bids on the carrying of mail on
a rural route from Estacada to
ESTACADA MEAT MARKET
Dodge. The people that way have
J. SMITH. Prop.
been trying for a couple of years to
secure rural delivery and will be
First Class Meats of all
glad it seems so near at hand.
On account of the rainy weather
and backwardness of Spring, straw I Buy and Sell Mutton, Pork and
berry festivals and rose shows of Veal. Highest price paid in cash.
smaller cities have been postponed.
Good fat beef wanted