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Edwin Hites has resigned h *
P R O F E S S IO N A L C A R L S
: ■ :
position as justice of the peace and
Ms spectacles and
d o es not finish the transaction with us. ' H E TV R V V . A D l X . M . D
at the next meeting of the county
c»cj. tWursrtcv Marnifiq
W e w a n t to know t h a t you are perfect-
y c /r /z v
ts: Vii A* OUi COS
ly satisfied w ith it. W eigh it first and
gtriiantet all work done. — 1 Attorney E. W. Rartlett left tor
Bee how y o u r sc ales tally w ith o u rs, i
G. K. J.vF. I l.I*!TTK, ! Mi tor
H. Raymond,whoownsa i6oacre
Oregon City Tuesday to attend to
T h en cook it an d e a t it.
I f it d o e s n 't! O F F IC E , A D JO IN IN G RKSIHKNCK
ranch in Spring water district, about
ta s te lie tte r and te n d e re r th a n o th e r
au estate settlement.
.'■ V^ I)r. Lowe March 27. ■
Enter «d at
» * -»fee In Estacada. Oreg-.n is
Local and Fong Pittance Telephone
twenty minutes walk from Estaca
m e a ts w e w a n t to know it.
••»colui dass mail
T he d o c to r’s phone can be connected
The Ksticada Jewelry company
fo r choice m e a t ev en if o u r p ric e s are
da, was in town Monday enroute to
K. S. Womtr was in Portland,
w ith y o u r hom e pho n e at n ig h t if re •
has moved from its former location
v ery low.
Portland on business
quested. One long ring.
to 1 he building occupied until re-
. . . . Si 00
II. 13 . I 3 allou, a f irmer of Eagle ; nt 1 y *>\ the Kstaeada Furniture mond reports much activity in
Palace -Meat Market
ranch work, the tract of Lawrence
Creek. ua"> in Kstaeada on business i Cnmpxuy.
Dr. L. A. W E L L S
1 Ilros. of Portland, being Improved
ThursiUv. Ftb 15. 1912
J. H. Conway of Portland was greatly this spring. The brothers
D E N T IS T
Miss Gertrude Morrow was in 1 here this week, looking overland
own 140 acres adjoining that of
PORTLAN D . OREGON
Ipoiiiuiid Monday, returning the with a view of purchasing either a i ^jr p avraon(j
$10 a week
$2 a day
W ill be in Estacada on F rid ay s and
5 or 10 acre tract. He
H e is much
Elects New Officers 1 same
S aturdays. A ppointm ents m ay be
B U Y, S E L L , T R A D E . ETC.
Choir practice at the Christian pleased with the country.
m ade w ith Dr. Adix.
A t the annual meeting of tin church w >1. he held this evening at
Bean Spray Pumps at McCurdy
The Kstaeada Furniture Co. has
the Kstaeada Ttli-phom: £i Tele- 7: 30 o’ clock.
finished moving into its n e w quar L ’ b ’ r. & H ’d ’ w. Co.
A L L M OD ERN C O N V E N IE N C E S
graph Co. held Tuesday, the a lla is
Mrs. Walter Givens and children ters in the Odd Fellows building
F or S a i .R— “ Perfection" cur
J O H N S T E IN E R . M D
of the company were found to he in have returned from a visit at Gas- and has re-arranged its stock so rants, yearlings and two year olds
P h y s ic i a n a S ukc . kon
good shape. The following three- tou, Ore., with an aunt of Mrs. that it shows to fine advantage.
Enquire or call at H. I). Trapp’ s,
One of the most delightful Resorts on the Coast n
tots were elected for the ensuing Givens.
Mr and Mrs. Richard Githens Garfield.
year: T. Yocum, R. G. 1 ’alin.iteer,
Harry Snyder, the well known of Currinsville are rejoicing in the
Oliver Chilled and
Local and Tourist Trade Solicited
Office in residence, next to I. O. 0 . P.
It. W. Cary 11 . D. Trappand L. merchant of Cazedero, was here birth of a sou Monday, Lincoln's
Plows at'M cCurdy L ’b’ r. & H ’d’ w.
Hull. Office Houis:
G . Palmateer.
Monday en route to Portland to birthday. The happy parents are Co.
10 to 12 A. M., 7 to 8 P. M.
T h e directors, then on motion of purchase chopped feed.
considering naming the boy Abra E S T A C A D A P O U L T R Y FAR M
Stockholders, raised the salaries i f
John Stornier, a
pioneer of ham Lincoln.
Baby Chicks, Stock and Eggs.
central operators, Miss Gertrude Clackamas County, was in town
S. N Curtis of the Goat Island S. C. White Leghorns, S. C Black
C L A U D E W. D E V O R E
Morrow and Miss Tressn Hick# (],js Week visiting acquaintance«
navy yard at San Francisco visited Minorcas, S. C, Buff Orpingtons.
A T T O R N E Y -A T -L A W
and elected the following
r' and friends. His ranch is one of the f .tnily of A. Morrow, Wednes-
T . Yocum, president; L. G P dma tli< b-st improved in this ection.
N O TA R Y P U B L IC
Mr. Curtis is well acquainted and cherry, ioc each.
teer, vice president; E. S. Weiner
Estacada, O r e g o n
i 1 •, leer Look and assistant are ' with Elvin Morrow, an Kstaeada A. J. Walker, Milwatrkie. Ore. 41*
secretary; A E. Sparks, treasure:
engaged in surveying the route for boy stationed on the island,
A large shipment of Poultry
und J. W. Reed, malinger.
the proposed sanitary sewer on
Charles Sparks, W. S. Pyle, I. netting just received by McCurdy
J. W. M ILLER
T h ! street, from Currin street to .v, Bonney and J. K. Sealare among L ’ b’ r. &
H ’d ’ w. Co.
Springwater is Winner
1 the lit er, The sewer will be about those who have started building,
Over Gresham 16 to 15 2,71 o feet in length.
or will build shortly in Terrace
W a n t e d — Woman to do family
Clyd C Salin* of Currinaville addition. A ll will liaye substan washing and ironing, also woman
All work guaranteed
ers_,(j j„ n]|
sp iti" • i ‘t r has innociilated a portion of his fine tial homes.
to work one or two days a week at
Bens’'and G u l-' basketball teams ranch with soil from the Idaho
A petition is being circulated for house work.
went on a special car 10 Gresham alfalfa region and will experiment the appointment of Walter Givens L ’ b’ r. & H d'w . Co.
'. ist Saturday and 111 the evening i ' n raising this feed for stock this for justice of the peace, iti place of
Fat cattle wanted; the fatter the
the Bovs defeated Gresham 16 to year, lie was in Portland lu es-¡E d w in Bates resigned. Mr. Givens better.— See Fred Jorg.
B L A C K S M IT H
is local agent of the F R. L. & P.
15 while the Gresham girls were day.
See McCurdy L ’ b’ r & H ’ d ’ vv.
Is still at the old stand and willing to do
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hearst of Co and is well liked.
winners over the Spring»ater girls
Co. for anything in the Farm Im
any of thc work in his lint
18 to 3. A good crowd saw the Duluth, Minn., are spending some
A t the conclusion of church ser
tune in Kstaeada, looking over local vices in Garfield last Sunday, a
GIVE HIM A CALL
If you break a lens in your
T h e boys game, as the score property. They have taken an op temporary organization of the Sun
shows, was close and exciting and tion 011 a piece across the river and day school was affected. Following
the rival rooters were kept in a may decide to make their home church service next Sunday the furnish a glass just like
light T H R E E vital reasons why the
leant Work and Hauling by
tever of suspense until the finish
organization will be perfected.
M A Z A D A L A M P should make them
the Day or Contract
S a i .E— W hite
The lineup of the Springwater
J. P. Cassidy during the past
F. E. Seeley, foreman of the Pro
week lias painted for Standish & gress office, returned from Port
WOOD delivered in any quantity
$ 1.00 for 15. Day old t hicks. All
Boys: Kilgore and If. Horner Cary, two of the largest signs in
or length, ist class 4 foot wood,
land, bringing his wife and little
kiuds of plants at the Shafford St-
forward"; II Smith, center; Wil Kstaeada for use at Terrace addi
slabwood delivered at $2.00 per
daughter. They have taken apart
Poultry Hot house and gardening
cox and P‘ . Horner, guards.
Roy tion, the new addition recently
cord. 16 inch at $2.50 per load.
ments over the room formerly oc
farm. H. J. Chevron, Estacada,
W ilcox and E. Genrowski, substi opened. The signs are good speci
cupied by the Fistacada Furniture
Ore., Box 6 a
The M A Z D A L A M P gives nearly three
tuted as forwards lor Springwater mens of the sign writer's art.
W. M. YONCE
They have it— good fresh vege
in the second half
times the’ light of the ordinary carbon
Charles Dubois went to Portland
Miles Standish has accepted a
tables. Go and set them. Fred
Girls: Grace and Ethel Clostrer, and Oregon City Monday. A t Por-|e
position as city salesman for Glass
forwards; Margaret Wilcox, center; land he made a few purchases for
8t Priulem of Portland, a big print
Susie Reed and M aryLatla. guards. his new residence which he will
The Oregon Fire Relief Ajso-
S. Cilgore was referee of the boys' soon occupy and at Oregon City he ing establishment.
wishes those who purchased “ ster
carries a good salary. Mr. Standish
ciation of McMinnville
game and E. Kilgore ot the g ills’ attended to business matters with
ling C hina" ware that is damaged,
It C O S T S NO M ORE to burn
w ith $ 225,000 reserves, solicits yonr
to return same and receive new
business th ro u g h
wav, state printers.
pieces in place. The company did
J. A. Reid is remodeling his
John Brow n
ODD FE L LO W S D ED ICATE
O. R. Jacobs, formerly a plumber
not learn that the ware was other
Gresham , Oregon
More than arm people attended ranch home, near Kstaeada, so it of Ivstacada, writing from his
Gresham. B I3
wise than good, uutil the line had
The Q U A L IT Y of light is vastly super
the- dedication of Odd Fellows hall will be modern in every respect, home at Umonvtlle, Mo , stales
Or leave word at this office
been practically sold out.
lust evening. T he degree teams of
that his family is well and that he
[ also have th e OREGON MERCHANTS
W a n t e d — Highest price paid
,ikely engage iu farming this
the Rehekahs am' the Odd Fellows n dhU hom c. now. is one of the
and BEAVER STATE INSURANCE COS.
put on a drill.
Previous to these
slimmer. Incidentally reference is
exerci-es the Christian Aid Society the county.
made to the possible return of the
served a fine chicken stipja-r, The
Four couples bowled tenpins at family to Oregon.
receipts exceeded $50.
T he affair
W e offer One H undred D ollars Reward
was highly successful in every way llu- session of the Bowling Club,
Tw o games of basketball which for any ease of C atarrh th a t can n o t be
and reflected great credit upon all Monday evening. The highest in will make all lovers of that game cured bv H all’s C atarrh Cure. F . J,
We manufacture all kinds of Cedat
concerned. A dance concluded the dividual score for gentleman was
C H E N E Y & Co., Toledo.
Shingles and are prepared at all
sit up and take notice, will he seen
made by R. M. Standish, 178 and at the Kstaeada Pavilion next Satur J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be
times to deliver the same. A lso
the highest individual score for the day evening, when the boys’ and lieve him perfectly honorable in all busi
sell at the mill, having stock on
r Aril I CREEK
ness tran sactio n s, and financially able to
ladies was made by Mrs. E. F.. girls’ high school teams of Estacada carry o u t auy o b ligations m ade by bis
hand at all times
A son was horn to Mr. and Mrs.
firm. W a l d in g , K innan & M a r v i n .
Joe Brady last Thursday.
W holesale D ruggists, T oledo, O.
Claude Woodle left Saturday for water.
H a ll’s C atarrh Cure is tak en in tern ally
II tinier Cahill had an operation
irectly upon th e blood and m u
Portland, whete he has secured a
performed last Saturday which was |
Mayor Reed returned from Port cous surfaces of th e system . Testim ou-
position with the Portland Home
als sen t free. Trice, 75 c. per b o ttle,
Estacada A gen t— A. Morrow
He underwent an-I
land. where as a representative of Sold by all D ruggists. T ake H a ll’s
and Oregon Farm Co., 410 Lumber
t h e Odd Fellows, he attended to Fam ily Pills for co nstipation.
Monday which J
t h e sending to his home at Flint, N O T IC E OF FINAL S E T T L E M E N T
will lie stationed at Lexington
Mich , of M. II. Richards, a former
George White, Mr. Jones, Morris Heights most of the time.
N o tice is h ereb y given, t h a t th e
Reed & Sparks
and I loss Cal:, 1 bail an acci.h nt 1
,0 devote a good deal of his resident of Estacada, who was sent u n d ersig n ed as a lm in istra to r o f th e
the Salem hospital about two years E s ta te o f F lo rin d a R o g ers C a ry , d e
"" ,h‘ " '
........... sting the i-stacd a coantty
0 . R. Jacobs
I ne biig->\ Jm| ¡g i;stj.|g property,
a d m in is tra to r w ith the Hon C o u n ty
recovered his health.
turned turtle and the occupants I
fh c St Valentine’s dance given
C o u rt o f C lack am as C ounty, O regon,
rolled out in six inches of mud.
L E. Be!fils cashier of the Esta and th e C o u rt h as se t th e 11th day o f
Repairing of All Kinds
by the fire department of Kstaeada
Frank Lazarus fell ami broke
cada State bank, who recently M arch 1912 a t th e hour o f te n o'clo ck
at the Pavilion, last Saturday
three ribs last week
underwent an operation for appen A. M. as th e tim e fo r h e a rin g ¿aid
Is now on. W e are through stock taking, and
evening, was one of the most en
from Colorado is visiting him dm
dicitis at a Portland hospital, re
joyable and successful of anv ever
Any and all p e rso n s h a v in g o b jectio n s
S r '- 'M i
jug his illness.
turned home, accompanied by Mrs.
li 1 I under the auspices of the or-
to said r e p o rt a re h ereb y notified t o
Belfils Tuesday. Mr, Belfils aside a p p e a r and m ak e th e same know n to
The attendance was
from being a bit weak, has recover th e Court <?n said d a te ab o v e m en
and in order to make it an inducement to you we have de
Communion «ervii-i - will 1 e held ■ o. d. the music by I.evamvav’ s or- ed from the operation and will soon tioned.
ESTACADA MEAT MARKET
in the M. E. Church next Siim.hn eln tra much enjoyed and the best
J. SMITH. Prop.
D ated F e b u r a ry i3 th 1912
cided to Stick the Knife into Practically Every Article, in
he at his accustomed place in the
of order prevailed
R. W. C ary ,
bv a Salem pastor.
* * *
other words we w ill
A d m in istra to r of th e E s ta te o f F lo
In the current issue of the Sun
Mr. Chatles C. Miller and Mr
First Class Meats of all
The Springwater Social and A th rin d a R o g ers C ary , d eceased.
John Ficken intend to go to Oregon set M igazinc, probably the most
E. W . B a r t l e t t ,
club held its monthly meeting
prominent monthly publication on j
C itv on business Til- sday
fo r E s ta te .
at the residence ofC, S. Bard Tues
Mr. Burn t- going to huil 1 an the Pacific coast, appears n page ad
day evening. The business ot the
and make prices that will suit every pocket and from ; I Bttv and Sell Mutton. Pork and
Notice to Creditors.
addition on his r.-suL-nce. He is no ,v
Highest price paid in cash.
the surrounding country.
hauling the lumber.
In the County Court, C ounty of C lark
Good fat beef wanted
IVitl.md Railway. I.tghtand Power
nmas. State of Oregon.
Mr. C n lt will be compelled to
Co is I-.sponsible for the ad vert is I clwh arranged for the big basketball
In the matter of the estate o f Jo h n |
vacate the farm on which lie now
we will give you Unheard of Prices for Good Goods.
in. will h will he of great benefit
here Saturday night and a C. Schmidt, deceased
Notire for Publication
resides as h cannot get a lease on in this c. mmutiPy.
Notice is hereby given by th e under-
D .P -rtm « n t oI I h . interior U. S . L ind o filc . a t
| good crowd will attend. Following
, Portland. O regon. Jan. 13. 1912.
it. The proprietors have cxpecta
the business meeting a social session s'gned, administrator "de bonis non,
Notice is hereFy given that H arry L. K eats
Within a mouth or >-ix weeks a* w )S
j "f the estate of John C. Schmidt, de-
tiotis of a railr i ni in our vicinity
| w hose rcat-offlce ad d ress Is 31 I n t h stre e t P o rt-
ceased, to the creditors of and all per-
j !and. O re did on the 1 6th day of March 1911. file In.
so lie cannot gel a lease as he had thi farthest, a well equip;)«! saw
opcration in the
H. A . Newphere, representing | s«1'8 having claims against the said de-
th is office Sw orn S tatem ent and A pplication. No.
expected. He will now more into mill will be in
! 0 2 9 5 3 . to purchase the N 'g NE'*’ a r d N S N W K .
f l i c the bond department of the First ‘ •’ased, to present them, duly verified.
thriving district of Garfield,
! Section 28. Tow nship 2 South. R ange 6 East W il-
his old home on Hig Clear Creek.
framework of the null is 'tip and National bank of Cleveland. O . wiUVthe, necessary v„uchers within six
j iam ette M eridian, and the tim ber th ere rn . under th e
m o n th s from the d a te of the first publi-
Christina Graham L 't Saturday
provisions of the act of J u n e 3. 1 8 7 8 .a rd a c ts am en d
m - d . f the mach in ery 's on th e "■ >*
<>ie c ity 1 uesday in the cation of this notice, to the said admin-
atory. known as the T im ber and S tone Law ,” at
for Portland where she intends to
BBEsegria» tz - sxssss. J such value as m ight be fixed by appraisem ent, and
Li und and will s h o r tly be inst illed, m a rke t for Kstaeada
bonds. Mr istrator "de bonis non" at the office of
V isit r< latives.
that, pursuant to six h application, th e land and tim ber
S'e i,'ii | u-r will
T ilt Newphere, discussing the financial his attorney, in the City of Estacada,
! thereon hVre been a p p ra is e ! th e timfcer e stim a te d
Norman Randolph has had a bad plant is I■ ■ - tied on the T E. Ilox- condition of Estacada said that no- Oro" the sanle
A. MORROW & SON
i 3 8 0 .0 0 0 board feet at 5 0c per M 6 6 0 .0 0 0 boerd
| feet at 30c per M and 8 0 .0 0 0 board feet at 10c per
cold but is now at sclicol.
Icy property. Thc mill has a ca- w herein the country had he found tr*nf*etion of the bus,ine“ ot
Subscribers and patrons of The
■ M. ar.d the land $1 6 0 .0 0 : that said applicant will
'I he Viola school will have n |>ioit\ of bet-veen 15.000 and to,- a town with so large a per capita
Progress are asked to make settle Livery, Board, Sale and j offer final proof In support of his application and
H enry S ih m i d t .
I sworn sta te m e n t on th e I 6th day of April. 1912. b e
valentine e itcrlutument at th sel.ool
> and a «1 r\ kiln will be run in 1 hat of Estacada is g6oo, basing Administrator "de h ,nu non," of the ment «• f Indebtedness to me tip to
fore the R e g iste r and R eceiver of th e U. S Land
j office, at Portland. O ra .
connection, so that the owners, thc population on 500 and th e | estate of John C. Schmidt, Deceased.
February t. 1912 when I retiied as
OREGON Any person is at liberty to protest th is purchase b e
Du.-:. R W and W. 11 assessment valuation at ft too,000.
Mr. C. C. Miller intends to rig
A ll bills from that date
fore entry, or initiate a contest at any tim e before
the city’s bonds ought to d*y of F*bn“ ry’^ ’ £ 1912'
up a gasoline engine. He is now Lemon will be able to furnish all . He said
Jewelry work of all kind neatly rate n t issu e s by filing a corroborated affidavit in thi%
C l a u d e W . D e v o r e . ,
, office, alleging (acts which wouki defeat th e entry.
be saleable anywhere,
kiuds of lumber.
-F.. S. Womtr.
and promptly done.— LaHatt.
taking orders to saw wood.
Attorney for the Estate.
H. F. Higby. reg .ste r
t Vf A C A D A
PRO( í í <L> n
CUY SPWS BRIEFS
1 an fix nn>thing that is wrong
with \otir watch — L a lla n .
Mr. and M i. Robert Standish
went to Poulard Tuesday.
Delivering Your Meat
! The Hotel Estacada
J. V. BARR
Portland Railway, Light
& Power Co.
A. KRIFGFR & CO.
Now We Need Money
Throw Profits to the Wind
Feb. 10th to March 1st
D A L E ’S