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About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 19, 1911)
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A. H. S h a r k s , Treasurer
Published Every Thursday Morninq
IM iU lM , OKtbOS
35 Idblets- enouqh lor several colds --25 cents
Whatever a good drug store ought to have and many things that other
drug stores don’t keep you’ll find here. Come to us first and you’ll get
what you want.
We ESTACAD A PH A R M A C Y
Thurtday, Oct. 10 , 1011
Portland boys will engage in an
other [xjultry-keeping contest this j
Winter, under the direction of th«.-
local “Y M.C A . The competition I
will be started Novemlier t and run
until Feb. 29
Records will l>e|
kept of eggs produced and methods]
of housing, feeding and caring for ; ,.
the fowls will he told by the young : i
poultry m en in essays
Dryden, head of the Department of 1
Poultry Husbandry at the Oregon j
Agricultural College, will judge the
work of the contestants auii award ]
G O O D
tween two Print manufacturers.)
And when the fight is
BUY N OW !
See o u r n e w M i l l i n e r y
See o u r n e w Dishes
See o u r n e w Goods
¿2 a day
n am n ea
$ 10 a week
T h e H o te l Ls ta c a d s
A L L M O D ERN C O N V E N IE N C E S
One of the most delightful Resorts on the Coast
Local and Tourist Trade Solicited
Mr and Mrs. Lester Townsend
of Newherg arevisiting Mr. Tow n
send’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R
Townsend, of ourettv. Mr. Tow n
send recently disposed of his busi VEAL
ness interests in Newherg, and is HOGS
now looking around for a suitable
location to again commence work
B est F re s h
a n a O ared
M e a ts
O b ta in a b le
Paid for Hides and Market Products
\A e Buy and Sell
F R E D JORG
ciiivii b> II «*t C ctirrli That can tot be j
B.all’s Catarrh Cure.
We. The J C hi -. n k y \ to ,, Toledo, O. !
J. Chent-y undersigned, have known F. |
lieve him lor the last 15 years, ami he- j
ness tra perfectly honorable in all btifti-
T fu o r M ark »
carry onsactions and financially able to
D e s ig n s
ut any obligations made by his firm.
W a i . p i n c .K in n a n & Marvin.
Anyone tending u nUetoh and tl«*<*rlj»f ton may
ascertain < nr opinion free win-tlior an
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. i quickly
invention la piobahlf lmteutaMa. C'onimunlra-
Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
tlouantrtotiyoonOUoi.tful HAMO'iOGK o u la te u tj
fr*»«. Oldeat «tfuiu-v lor « urln* paieoie.
acting directly ujioii the blood and mu- • •ent
entente taken throuuh Iliu m A t o . recvlv#
ipt, tul notice, witho ifc cbii-tfc, iu the
cons surfaces of the s\stem
ials >ent free. Price 75 cents per bottle.
Sold by all Druggists.
A handsomely !11ne(rnle<1 weekly. I .a meet elf.
Take Hall’s Fam ily l’ ills for constipation.
ctiiniion o f any •cicnilUti Journal. T im me. »3 a
D ath O f Mrs.
Notice to Creditors.
W. A. Jones S m a ll S to r e s
Last Thursday the sad news of
the death of Mrs, W, A . Jones,
was st ilt to Kstacada from Portland, by the bright electric light for signs
where she hud been taken the even and windows. Now that M A Z D A
Mrs. Jones had been lamps are available nothing is easier
s ek but a few d ays and few, ev, n to obtain than profitable lighting.
> ut bet friends, knew of her illness, These new incandescent lamps we
[consequently the word of her death now offer to our custom t s under
! was a great surprise to her many very favuruhle conditions.
o*ar; four month», EL Sold by nil r»ew»»i«ii lore.
361 Broadway, j"
She has resided
BU Y, S E L L . T R A D E . ETC.
ion U. C.
«ranch Olile®. »V
. V Ht- Wanli lug
with her husband in Estacada tor
over seven years, coming h ere!
Notice foe Publication
W a n t e d -Highest price paid
started cau now lie obtained for every dol-
Departrr.e • pi the Interior. U. S. Land Office at | when Estacada was fiist
foi eges at the Palace Meat Market Poniard. Oregon. Sept. 22. 1911,
and Ih in g here until the time of lar you pay for current than ever he
Notion is hereby ¿iven that Spurgeon F. Mcrrls-
Hvr acti\it> in tint fore. The MA Z D A lamps give more
cn. of Colton. Oregon, who, on March 31, 1910. litr dvath.
Men.-;stead entry serial No. 02523, for SEH ■ Micial affairs, of th s city mad« for than twnte the light vou have ev r
We have several pieces of prop
Unction 24. Township 5 South. Range 3 Ei*3f. W\'.-
erty left with u.s to negotiate a sale limette Moridtan, has filed notice ot intention to nuke her numberless friends, while her before considered it possible to ol>-
for. Intending investors in Esta final live yeai proof, urcer Section 2305. to establish kiudlv disposition added many tmiu for a. guven expense for currnet.
claim tc the land above described before the register
cada will do well to consult us as and receiver of the United States Land office ai more to tins list. The deep feeling We are now ready to-tell you how
a. ; ve m ay have just what you want Poriiand. Oregon, on the JOth day of October 1911. of sorrow which prevailed in this von can get the lietjefit of tliis-
Claimant names as witnesses:
H| Inquire at the P k o o k k ss office.
John Arquette. George Wallace. George L. Smithson city on receipt »f the news can m a great advance in electrical develop,
Joe Arquette, ali of Colton. Oregon.
small way show the high esteem in merit.
They have it good fresh vege-
H. F. Higby. Register
which she was held by all who
tables. Go anil see them. Frtd
Notice of Final Settlement
Ella E. Lawrence was !»orn in
Notice is hereby given that the un
F or SALE—One Melhurn wagon, dersigned executor of the estate of Madison county, Kentucky, Ju ly
PORTLAND R ’WAY, LIGHT
$25: 1 single carriage, $20; D eLava Mary E. Ely, deceased, has filed in the 17th, 18S0. Her parents moved to-
& POWER GO.
Creant separator. $35 : 1 good horse. County Court of the State of Oregon,
: Seventh and Alder.
Indiana and resided tu that slate
530. Mrs. D C. Sherman, 1203 j for the County of Clackamas, his final until she was eight years of age
report and account as such executor
G ay street, Portland. Ore.
and that Monday the 23 rd day of Octo They came to Oregon in the tall of
ber A. D. 1911 at the hour of 10 A. M. 1889 aud took up their home near H E N R Y V . A D I X . M . D
H O G S FO R S A L E
t fine boar, n> brood sows, and has been fixed by said court as the Tillamook.
She w as married in P H Y S I C I A N A S U R G E O N
about 30 shouts. All in good con time for hearing objections to said ac 1902 Ht Hiker City to Win. A.
count and to the discharge of said ex
Seveu years ago last April O P F K ’ K, A D JO IN JN O R E S I D E NCR
Enquire at Rtver Mill ecutor.
Mr. and Mrs. Jones moved to Esta
J ohn E ly ,
Local and Long Distance Telephone
Executor of the estate of Mary E. cada, at which place they have
I have about 34 pigs for
The doctof’s phone can b« connected»
resided since. T o tins union was with yonr home phone »1 night if re
C lauds W. D evore , Attorney
born two children. Ester Lucil quested. One long ring.
F or S a l e —O ne Sanders two bot
ag« i 5 years and E va Helen aged
tom disk pîow. one 12 single disk
N o t!« *
2 years. Besides her husband and
Dr.L.A. W E L L S
Notice is here by given tint I will
Hoosier seed drill. Roth nearly new
family she leaves to mourn her
D E N T IS T C F
and in good repair
Inquire of G
death her parents. Mr. and Mrs
City of Kstacada, Oregon for a retail
SH E A R E R A N D W ELLS'
liquor license in the building located on O B. Lawrence, of G ra y ’s crossing,
D en tists
P o rtla n d
cada on formerly the I). F . Warner the southwest corn» r of 2nd. and Broad two sisters Mrs. Eva Kessler and
WiM v isit Kslm.whi o a Frid ay «nd
way. known as the Michael building in Mrs. Mattie Campbell, ot Portland,
Saturday of each week
compliance with the conditions of the
and a host of ftiends.
Appointments nuty he made
with Da. AaMx.
The funeral services were con
G. C. Conrtemnrsh & Co.
ducted at Finley’s parlors by W.
Givens, of the Christian Church of
In the Circuit Court of <hc State o f Oregon
Services next Sunday as follows
JO H N ST E P N E » , M D
fo r Clackamas County
1« a. m.
this city. Interment was made in.
n Sunday School
P h y s ic ia n a S u ik . ko n
11 a. m. Louise L. Buhr. Plaintiff )
fi :30 p. m. John Buhr,
crossing, Saturday Oct. 14th. A
7:30 p. m.
To John Buhr. the above named defendant.
special car was run from here to
I n t h e N a m e of t h e S t a t e o f O k e g o n . you are
hereby required to appear and answer the complaint Fortlaud to accomodate those w ish Office next to Bakery. - Office hours,
filed against you in the above entitled cause on or bo-
10 to 12 A. Ml, 7 to &P; M.
ing to attend, also, many went,
PALACE MEAT MARKET
H a n d le s
W H Kennedy, of Enid, O kla
homa, who recently purchased a
piece of land near Kstacada, savs
he desires to know what was going
on in and around Kstacada, conse
quently betook the right procedure
to keep himself posted and ordered
the Progress sent to his address,
(Just a fight be
aAt D A L E S
Mrs. Adelaide Miller left this!
week for Lo>Gatos, Cal. to spend I
the winter with her son, M Oheit.
She wished to know what was go
ing on in F^stacada during her
absence, so ordered the Progress to *
The funeral of the late Jesse C.
Bunker was held on Sunday at 3
p m. Interment was made in the
Lone Oak cemetery. Rev. W. R.
F Browne, of the M. K. Church,
conducted the services, which were
held at the house.
It may last 60 days— it may
This O ffer is In d e fin ite .
last 30 days— it may last a week.
Oregonians hat e been fairly busy
the past week in welcoming tie«
railroads. No sooner had the gold
en spike lieen driven in the new
roads up the Deschutes to Bend
than Tillamook held a similar cele
bration m aiking the completion of
the new Harrimatt road to that
place from Portland. The T illa
mook line will be open traffic Nov, 1
N E W S —
Y es, ior* a short time we will sell
all Prints at 5 cents.__B uy now!
o ff, up goes Prints.
\V ...I t > I • / . f 1:1k ?
u i i v *• »-■».• t-- ' 1 it i t
N y a l's L a g a c o ld
Being free from quinine you experience no unpleasant effects relieves
the fever and pains in the head acts directly on the catarrhal conditions
anti relieves you of this unpleasantness.
Absolutely tasteless can be taken without water.
Entered at the postoffice In Estacada. Orettoe as
second class mail
.1 * months
. Í . . O a t.
til . i- d ( t i l l
ll vill j ay you to k* < |> Ky > I •. ;< : I in ndy it t »ires n cold in such
j. a hun> is sc tasy to tariy that .t > uiii.tv.t-. sar\ to negiect treatment.
You areti.t obliged to take many tablets before the t old disappears it’s
A absolutly no trouble to take them no time lost and the treatment is not
E. S. WOMBR, Editor and Manager ,
S c k W ifi« JJs ie r k a ii.
10 a. m.
11 a. m.
7:45 p. m.
-W. G iv e n s , Pastor
LO CAL N EW S AND
P E R S O N A L M E N T IO N
W ait a minute, until I go to Mc
C urdy's and get a few tickets on
the Buggy gift
The Firemen’ s basket social will
be he'd in the I. O O. F . Hall
Friday evening Octo! er
Ladies please bring baskets.
fore the 4ih day of December 1911, ar.d if you fall to
appear and answer tor want thereof the pialntiff will down on earlier cars to be present
apply to the court for the relief prays for in her said
al the funeral.
complaint, to wit:
For a decree ot this Court dissolving the marriage
Mrs Kessler came to Estacada
contract now existing between plaintiff and defendant
and is caiing for the two little girls
and fer such other and further relief as may seem,
meet and proper In the premises.
, at the family home.
Ti.ls Summons is published by order of the Hon.
J. U. Campbell. Judge of the Circuit. Couri of the !
State of Oregon for the Fifth Judicial District, made
and entered cn the 17th day of October 19 1 I , in and
by which order it is prescribed that this Summons be
published once in each week for six consecutive and
‘ Three Years in the Saddle” is
successive weeks in the Estacada Progress, a nows-
paper puMishea weekly at Estacada in Clackamas the subject of a lecture to be given
Friday evening Oct. 20th at the
The date of the first publication of this Summons is
October 19th. 1911, ana the last Publication is No assembly
room of the Kstacada
vember 30th. 1911.
Mr. Jesse S.
Dated October 17th. 1911.
—Gordon E. Hayes
Hamilton will speak on that sub
Attorney for Plaintiff
School Lecture Friday Night
Wore Electric Light
C L A U D E W. D E V O R E
A T T O R N E Y -A T -L A W
e n d
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 g o n
FANTON’ S CF.DAR SHINGLES
When in need of First Class Cellar
Shingles consult me.
delivered or at the twill.
and 2 alw ays on hand.
J o n e s , S o le s A g t , E s ta c a d o
ject al 8 o'clock. The lecture is H. R. FANION
We manufacture all kinds of Cedai
under the auspices ot the local high
In the County Court, County of Clack
Henry Wilson and wife of Port
The Main street grade received
Shingles and are prepared at all
school. Mr. Hamilton comes well
amas, State of Oregon.
dinner with E. S.
times to deliver the same. Also
lecomiuended, and those who hear
In the matter of the estate of George
Contractor Sparks finished, the work Shankland last Sunday and also him will be well entertained aud
to sell at the mill, having stock on I W. Lockerby, deceased.
Th« Oregon Fir« Relief Asso
took a look at the big dam.
Notice is hereby given by the under on Monday.
hand at all times
ciation of McMinnville
signed, executor of the estate of George
adults 15 cents, school children to
A communication received last
with $225,000-reaecvea, solicits your
W. Lockerby, deceased, to the creditors
Mrs. E P. Scott returned on
busi ness through
of and all persons having claims against Friday from Melvin Shankland,
Tuesday from a visit to the Kultl-
A. KRIEGER & CO. the said deceased, to present them, duly | asks us to deny the rumor that ht Mass, has arrived at the home of
J o h n . B ro w n
PR O P R IE T O R ----
m in family at Sheridan and the
verified, with the necessary vouchers, went to South Bend to lie married. her sister M is. M. E , Dubois. The j Last Saturday Albert Shankland
R ockw ood, Oregon
Kstacada Agent A. Morrow
sisters have not seen each other !
G resha m , 331
within six months from the date of the
Potwi-ns at Forest Grove
first publication of this notice, to the Melvin say s lie lias no such inten since they parted at Me lical Lake
Scott says she thoroughly enjoyed
E . S. Sltauklauds place and stayed
said executors at the office of their at tions.
twenty-one years ago. She intends
her trip and savs that both the
ESTACADA MIAI MAURI I
torney, in the City of Kstacada, Ore.,
The Clackamas County Sunday- to make this her home for the
and BEAVER STATE INSURANCE COS.
fatnifies she visited like the loca
the same being the place for the trans
J, SMIÏH. Prop.
went home Monday morning and*
School convention meets at Oak present.
tions they have very much
action of the business of said estate.
| Mr. Shankland stayed a few days
Grove, Nov 30! and 4th. A very
F red W . G a r t n e r ,
longer as he was a little under trie
F'irst Class Meats of all
Executor of the estate of George W. interesting program
WOOD FO R S A L E
weather and knew what healthful
arranged and a large attendance is
Good dry wood for sale,
we have out here.
Kstacada has taken one more step
Team Work and Itaoting by
bargain if taken at once.— E.
towards being a really, truly city, in , Bny and Se„ MllUoIlf |>ork and day of October, A. D. 1911 .
the Day or Contract
Mrs. N. Walter, of Newherg V\ outer.
C la u d e W . D evo re ,
the introduction to Estacada last j Vea,
Highest price paid in cash,
Attorney for the Estate
Ore , who was a delegate to the W.
WOOD delivered in any quantity
week hv Dr. A dix of an automobile
I G. T. LL state convention held at
Good fat beef wanted
Mrs. Perry Anderson is confined
or length, ist class 4 foot wood
T in s is the only machine, so far. in
Institute slabwood delivered at $2.00 [>ev
Medford, made a pleasant visit at | to her home by sickness,
tins city. Several other persons are
Notice to CretFforr
cord. >6 inch at $2 .5 0 per load.
In the County Court. County of Clark- the home of her daughter Mrs. J.
contemplating buying in the near
W. A ,
Heylman treated the
A local teacher's institute will be
W Stubbs a few d ays last week.
anuts. State of Oregon.
Mayor and City Council to a special
.future, so. we predict. Vre long
held at the Currinsvilleschool house
In the matter of the «date of Daniel
W. M. Y0NCE
E. L Won a colt 19 preparing to ¡show on Wednesday night, where 1
‘ chug wagons” will be numerous
Crowell Sherman, deceased.
J A M E S Y E A K E Y . P ro p .
Notice is hereby given by the under- '
“ « * " ° f f 1»
< ''* * * ] * * ‘ " e Gans-N elsou fight ^
“ l eac“ rs mt!y ^ m efro m
signed, administratrix of the estate o f ; anc* *’a ^cr and Hopkins are going pictures for their inspection.
A dance will he given at the E sta
Kstacada on the #1.55 o ’clock car:;
Daniel Crowell Sherman, deceased, to toilet all the cleared land on their!
The guests and speakers for Sat- or from points down the line on the
cada Pavilion Saturday evening,
J. V. BARR
uaday night will be. Governor Os -1 outbound car that reaches Currins-
October 2 1 st
The mtis;c will he Board and room, $5 00 [ter w eek. claims against the said deceased, to pre
Garfield i xpects to have many
more acres of orchards before next
essary vouchers, within six months from
S. Josselyn, president P. R. L. & the North on the 1 1 o’ clock car. It
Lunch and coffee will he served m R.atnis 25 cents.
the date of the first publication of this 1 spring.
I P- Co ; Tlieo. B. W ilcox, president is hoped that teachers within reason-
the Pavilion. Dancing will begin
notice, to the said administratrix at the
Mr W S. I vie, the obliging Oregon Development League; W , ai>|e travliug distance of Curtiusville li stiff a( th« old stand and witling to do
at q o'clock p.m and last until vow
office of their attorney, in the City of
•ny of the work In his lint
get all the dancing yon want
Kstacada, Ore., the same being the grocery ch rk with the Estacada k|. Chapin, president Fortlaud Real- will attend ihe meeting. The iiv
Boatd; Frank li. Kilcv, Secy, ¡m ute is ititt-mied for the teachers
place for the transaction of the busi Mercantile Company, left W ednes
Kvervliodv invited. Gtntfenien $ i ,
GIVE IBM A CALL
ness of said estate.
dav for Maryland, where he will Oregon Good Roads A ssn ,; Mr
tinr Sccomt Supervisory District,
CELIA R. SHERMAN.
Visit with old friends and relatives. Hilrf. General Manager P. R L. eSc („,» all teachers ate welcome, ami
Administratrix of the estate of Daniel
Baltimore is Mr Pyle * destination. I p. C o .; Mr H arvey Beckwith, some visiting teachers have courte-
Crowell Sherman, deceased.
A Good Position
0. R. JACOBS
Commentai „uslv taken a place upon the pro-
Dated at Kstacada. Oregon, this 21 st He will be absent until about Dec. presid< nt
Can !«• had h> nniKitions voting
day of September, A. D, 1911 .
: Club; H. M. Haller, prtsidcut gram,
men and lad tvs in the fv Id of 'wire
CLAUDE W. DEVORE,
A Horner, accompanied hv his| Portland Chamber ot Commerce; i The leading theme will be ‘ ‘Sys- Plumbinq, Sheet Metal Work, Electric
less' or railway telegraphy
Attorney for the estate.
Wiring and General Repair Work
!' K . r ,r i‘.r ' l!l; '» ‘ OTney; F
, he Public School.” Prof-.
mother, came into Estacada
the 8 hour law became effective, and
. . . .
Hunt, 1 rattle \f »nager P. R. L &
» r »
1 ne.sday to »pend «ever«! <!.»> * viMt* j.
\v p Buchan.m Publicity “ oward J ames, principal of the
since the Wireless companies are
? solicit the business yon may have
Notice lor Puhluolion
• stablishine stationstlironghout the
Mr Horn«, i is
Meaning of S y s t e m C, F Ander-
Derailment cf the Interior U. S. Lard Office at out this FCCtion.
in these lines.
country there i> n gicat shortage of
Portland. Or »con Sept 15th, 1911
from Sweet Home. Ore . but came sU rtH , „ r o ld Virginia last Mon I son. Supervisor of the Second Dis-
Positions p iv legin-
Notice is hereby R<Yen that Hans Paulsen of George
The Value of Svstem ;’
Or«*or who on J it y 2 1910. made homestead en here from Eastern Oregon, where dav to be gone about two months ' trict.
ners from #70 tc ¿qn a month, with
try Seri a No. 026M ft
ter N W * N W K Section 18 he has 1« . n visiting other relatives
Noel wiil stay with his mother and Nelly M. Hogne.
T own* Fip 3 acuth Rar« e 5 east WfMamette Merid-
good chance ot advancement. The
look after the farm while they are school. "System in the Management
ian w as filad rotice of ir itention tc make final com-
National T el.graph Institute, of
m u tii;; , rrccf fc eStai,Mj
of Pupils;” Mrs. Minnie Altman..
... 1 O'
Cal * one'
V - r M v - -( The state Bank, left this week for
serth* ' baferath* R e r
J. W. MILLER
W Shankland and Honter Kstacada school, "System in the
re at Portland. Oregon
He wi ’l visit the principal
Miller came out Sondai evening. Recitation;'’ Rica Anderson. Porter
■ i m n aming started for s hool
S\>tem in Records and
<> bun' nh G B . Written W o rk." Reading Circle
votk will be coi s.dcred.
A ll work guaranteed
Advise us what
you have in a
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