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About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 19, 1911)
E ST A C A D A . OREC.ON, THI K SD A Y. OCTOBER 19
NO 7 itF V« >L. 4
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I GOVERNOR WEST TO VISIT
ESTACADA SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21
K. M Standish ami wife were
• Portland visitcts on Monday.
Mrs m . j Anderson,offiarfieid,
is visiting relatives at Boring this
Warren Rarr re. nttud bis dnti -s
with the Ksrncada Mercantile Com 1
pany on Monday.
CAPITAL • $ 25,000
Charley Eekles, of Orange, Cal .
spent Sttndav visiting with his
. brtther, Harry, of this city.
Commercial Club ha* Planned Dinner at Which Govern
or West vs ill Speak; Other Popular Speakers
to be Present; Pidies for 100 People
Governor West s^nt word on Tuesday to the committee in /
charge of the arrangements lor the Commerci 1 Club dinner, thaL
he would be glad to be present at this social,function, and to!
our citizens. This will he the first time in the history of;
R A. Wilcox, of Springwater.
! returned Saturday from a trip to Estacada when our beautiful little city will be host to Oregon’s
governor. Governor West has particularly asked that he fie
J 1 Eastern Oregon,
a chance to meet and sli tke hands with the citizens of this
J C. Duns has blood pujson in
W. D. Jellison, President
Thos.' Yocum, Vice President j his left hand, us the result of a bite community.
j lie received from a large horse fly. For sonic time past the Commer-1 West; T, B. Wilcox, president of
Cashier L. E. Belfils
L. E. Belfils
A. C. Jellison
W. D. Jellison
Fat cattle wanted; the fatter the cud Club has intended to give a he Oregon Development League
better. See Fred Jorg.
dinner, and witli that end in vi' w amt Frank Rilev, who will talk 011
Earl Shultz and Lee Bronson h ,ve worked hard to m ike the "Good Roads." Others who have
made a hurried business trip to a ff ir one worthy ot the name. reserved tickets from out of town
They have ni-de arrangements o ilh are, B S Josselyn, F. D Hunt
Central Oregon last week.
the Hotel Hstacada fot too plans and W F Buchanan of the Port
Don’ t forget the .Firemen's
lot Saturday night October 21st land Railway Light St Power Com
The fact that the dinner will lie pany and W IJ Chapin of the
i given at lit- Hot'". Estacada and Realty Board of Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Woodward of j will lie under the direction of Mr speakers of the evening are all well
Oregon City, were Estacadu visiters Lauryy spalls success f r tile Club known men and their presence can
111 that direction, as these two have mean but one thing, and that one
Perry Boultman, of St. John, made names for themselves through- thing must Te what everyone wishes
to see mi cot's s
Ore , was an Estacada visitor last out 1 ins entire cotintn
Soon alter the idea w as colic, lved
Previous to the dinner the Gov
to hold a dinner, the committee got ernor n il hold a reception for one
L. S LaHatt was railed to Rose
in touch with t ilt 1 loveruor relative hour in v\ hich tint-; he hopes to
ourg Saturday by the serious illness
to having him present at this tveul meet the people of this locality
of his little boy.
as one of the speakers
As the The time, as set for the dinner, is
Remember LaHatt when in need Governor’s presence is vet) much 8 o’clock sharp
of any watch, clock or jewelery re desired throughout tile slate, his
Tile Esta.u la Commercial Club
tf time is necessarily very limited has been in existmee only a few
Wni. Davis Jr. and wife of Scap- The fact that lie has agreed to be months, and in that short space of
poose. Ore., visited with relatives present on this evening means much time has made its self felt in matters
i of interest to this sectiou. ICtuhu-
to 0111 growiug city.
in this locality this week.
Mr. Lauivy will provide for one si.ism in the work on hand is to tie
Rtiio Jacobs, wife and baby, ot
Tickets have been seen in the faces ot the members
Portland, Ore., visited Estacada
printed and the committee is dis and the interest in the work is
friends and relatives this week.
posing of the same. As soon as greater now than at any time in the
I,. S LaHatt has had an electric the one hundred tickets have been history of the city. The Commer
watch sign placed in fioul of his sold, no more cat be accomodated, cial Club is filling the place that
.as the hotel pro’ cl s for only one has been created for it and is doing
It is only a short time until Mc hundred and will not allow ov er tne work In a vtrv creditable man
Curdy’ s give away a Rubber Tire that number to attend. The dinner ner, Here's to the success of tin
costs S i per plate. Already the Club
Let us put out shoulders to
tickets are in great demand and the tlm wheel and keep things moving
Remember the revival meetings
committee is jubilant over tile out- alon . in the future better than the\
at the M. E Church. Rev. T. B
are at present
It is but our duty
Ford will begin these nieetiugs next
The out of town speakers who to our community and our neigh-
Sunday evening at 7:30.
will be present will be Governor hors.
All kinds of lumber and building
material. Planing mill, Hamlin &
The next trio which will Vie tak
Mr and Mrs. A 1 Lindsey are
en by tins committee will lie to
spending several days this week
George, where they hope to be able
visiting relatives and friends aiouud
to go before very many tnoie days
Tom Sackett, of Silverton, and
Mrs Doia Woodard were granted
Basket Social Friday
a license to wed at Oregon City ou
W e issue T r a v e le r s C h e c ks p a y a b le in a n y
D art or t h e W orld.
!2ESr£#i c£SGSt3i 5
Why Not Be Perfectly Safe
If when you buy, or loan, on real estate, you accept an ab
stract issued by an abstracter without the equipment and
proper facilities for the work, you are
R IS K IN G Y O U R IN V E S T M E N T
and inviting loss and injury later on.
Get a M e r c h a n t a b le A b s t r a c t fr o m a R e
s pon sible C o m p a n y
OUR A B S T R A C T S IA M ) I HE TES1
To Get Better t^oad
Clackamas Title Company'
Established twenty years
509-511 Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
PO RTLAND, OREGON
Commercial Club Road Men
Find Much Interest in the
Proposed New Road
M e m b e r O r e g o n A s s o c ia tio n o f T itle M e n
M e m b e r A m e r ic a n A s s o c ia tio n o f T itle M e n
a w B a a tE g a M H 8 H » a a a a « :
Come in and look over our line of
and see if we can’t please you. That’s what we are here
for. We have some nice Matting Rugs 9 x 1 2 which we
think will please you, both in price and quality. Some fine
rockers that can’t be beaten. All kinds of Furniture in
stock or in catalogue.
Now is . the
time you want . „ to go „ to putting up your fruit
for the rainy weather. W e handle the
ECONOMY JA R S
They are the kind to save the fruit, easy to seal, once sealed
they are there to keep.
.Yours for business
ESTAC4DA FIHMTURC CO.
W. D. and L. M. Henthom, Proprietors
Baby walker, baby batli tub, go-
ca^t, and a ladies’ riding saddle for
sale cheap. Apply Dr. Adix.
The Commercial Club's delega
tion of business men, who were to
go through the Logan and Viola
country to become better acquainted
with that section and to co-operate
with them in - curing a better and
I have left with me, for sale two
shorter road into Estacada, started
very desirable lots, in Estacada.
about seven o'clock Tuesday morn
A good bargin if taken at once.
ing on their errand
Inquire at the Progress.
They met and talked wi'h most
November 1st at 2:30P.M . some of the people living in these neigh
lucky person will get a free gift of borhoods and found them very
a fine Buggy.
McCurdy Lumber anxious to s- cure better trade facili
& Hardware Company.
ties with this city. The committee
1 not only guarantee to make v a s vers much encouraged by the
your watch run but also to keep spirit shown by the residents of
tf those communities and will immedi-
filelv take the matter up with the
A. N. Grant, of Hutchison, K m
railroad company, as they desire to
■ sas. arrived in listacada Sunday to
1 cross some of the company s ground
■ spend the winter.
Mr Grant is
* The idea, as explained by a
visiting with his daughters, Mrs, O
| member of the committee, is to
■ O. Bland and Mrs. Harry Frkles
nd get a better
J Looney, of Currinsville. Ore , j grade to this locality, bv leaving
brought to this office this week a (the present road at John Ficken’s
turnip which weighed, including I place and com- around by wav of
the top, y pounds and measured in River Mill. T h is.it is estimated,
1 citciimference 25 incites.
j will shorten 'h e distance to I.r.gan
Two of Estacada s young people j Gy seveYal miles and will make a
much lietter grade into our city
were somewhat litieially sprinkled
The committee returned about 6
with rice, at the dipot, on Wed
o'clock, having spent the entire
nesday morning U|>ou their leaving
dav in looking over tlie.se two sec
for Portland W l.ei they returned,
tions and meeting their citizens.
however, they declared it to be a
The men who made this trip were.
joke, hence tht absence of a wel-
diti>* Announcement iu this week's Roger Carv. E. F Cruse A 1 1 ’d-
sey, J \V. Reid and f. R Me-
If you don’t like Doc’s, go-cart,
buy J. W. Reeds’ and if you don’ t
like Doc’ s baby walker, buy Bob
Standish’s, or his go-cart too.
Judge Samson, known through
out the country, is the auctionei r
at the Firemen’ s basket social,
which event takes place Friday Oc
tober .71)1 at the I. O. O. F. Hall.
All who know the Judge, know
him to be a “ jolly, good fellow,"
and one who will entertain the
people who attend.
man who pays the highest price for
his basket will be refunded one-half
the purchase price. Cake. cofLe
and sandwiches will be served»
i V Li tí
next Suit ef Clothes
!et u s show you cur line of
CURLEE ClOTiHNG. They rsnge
in price from Ss0. to s20.
Captain Kidd Suits for boys, $3.50
$ 6 . 50 .
• s a n a c a
Estacada Merc. Co.
Livery, Feed &
Currinsville is still alive
farmers are husv plow ing.
W. A. JONES
Edgar Heiple and John Gitlien*
P R O P R IE T O R
have quit farming and have gone; Good rigs and careful d rivers alw ays
into the cord-wood business.
Miss Mamie Heiple is now pre Given H un tin g and F ish in g Parties
paring for college Site intends to
go to the O. A. C.
WOOD & LUMBER
Mr Fred Bannister made a fly ing
Loci»' and Lo n g D istance T elephone
trip to Ellwood Sunday.
Miss Echo Gitliens is going to !
leave for Turner, where she will | 2 lots and good house on Short
stseet, $1300 Terms
begin teaching, the 23rd.
5 acres close in; all level, bargain
Mr Jones, Emma Dowtv, Mr
Mose and Gussie Gitliens were seen price $900. Terms.
5 room house and lot on Main
on the streets of Estacada Sunday
street, electric lights and city water
Mr. N. F. Heiple made a busi- price $.0 50 if taken soon Terms,
ness trip to Portland last week.
2 of the best lots on Broadway,
Miss Alia Sarver has returned house and bam, A snap for cash,
home from Portland, where she Investigate this,
has been working, as her father is
2 choice city lots on Cnrrin street
going to leave for Virginia soon.
¡large 8-room house, well furnished;
Misses Ellen Erickson, Dorris Bood barn- Brice *3,000. Terms,
ai d Della Lovell havestaitedhou.se; 2 acres Estacada Heights, part
keeping at Estacada.
d e a r , all level and fenced, $400.
Mrs. J. W. Dowty is staving with
2 lots ai.d 5 room house on Wade
her daughter Mrs. Clias SpHiks, street, $750. Terms,
wheie she is taking care of her
Eticksonshave started their man
Hank build in g
sion which, when completed, will be
the most beautiful residence in
Miss Hazel Gitliens has taken
Drop in and look over the Buggy
one embroidery lesson and is now
¡hat will be given away on Novem
ready to give lessons.
McCurdy Lumber &
Low prices on Buggies still pre Hardware Co.
WOODl I I 4M) COMPANY
The City Council met on Tnes-
day night. but on account of no vails at McCurdy l.umlier A Hard
quorum being present adjournment j ware Co.
was made until last evening,
Mr„ Alice j o)lyi of 1<a Grande,
Palionize your home merchants.
q . j,t ,,r last Thursday atid Fricav
w ith her sister Mrs. E. S Shank-
Would you consider a trade or
exchange for anv of your land?
St mdish Bros announce that We hnvfhnd a n uni tier of parties
they have closed the sale of the old from Portland and elsewhere who
D F. Warner property in the hive wanted to purchase laud in
Franklin Pierce D. L. C ., compris this country, but wish to take out
ing about 37 acres, to Mr. W. E. all or part of same in tr ide for Port-
Brooks of tlie Western Criion TrU- laud property, houses etc Notify
giapli Company of Portland, pnee us at once if vott will consider trade
was $2,400 cash
Mr Brook's for any of your land. Blandish
f.-thcr fiom W inning, Canada, will Biolhers
1 cctipv the land eai |v next Spring
a id Mr. Brooks promises to make
CA R D OF T H A N K S
tl is pitce «me o the Irandsonie
places ot th> se t ion.
" ’ ' t
a,.«ir,.s to tlrank
Perry Wilson lias come bn'-k t
M A M “—
y g is ouy ycur
’ • v 1-;:
The beautiful sunshiny dais that
we have bad recently have been
taken advantage of by our com
munity. The carpenters are hurry
ing to complete the buddings now
under construction, and, bv appear
ances, they will not be long at it.
We have in listacada at the present
time, under construction, several
very beautiful homes, in fact, when
completed, they will be ..mou* the
h« ,t ,n ,he c,ty-
C A R D OF T H A N K S
We desire to express our thanks
for the manv kind acts and cour
tesies extended to us duiiug the
sickness and death of our husband
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