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ESTACADA STATE BANK
A. J. Califf, Succumbs to a
Score by in-
HE WAS A GALLANT SOLDIER
OUT FOR CASCADE CO.
GIVEN A ROYAL RECEPTION I San Francisco flea.
S p ee c h e s Indicate T hat D ivision W ill
S u c c e e d — W est End D e leg a tes
to C om e H ere N ext W eek .
W . D. JE L L ISO N , Pres.
TH O M A S YOCUM, V. Pres.
L. E. B ELFILS, Cashier
W . D. JE LL ISO N ,
T H O M A S YOCUM,
JO H N Z O BR IST ,
J. A. SOM ER,
L. E. BELFILS.
If everybody in this community would bank their mon-
ey right here at home, instead of hoarding, or sending it
away, it would help everybody in this community.
merely SELF PROTECTION and SELF DEVELOPMENT for
us to keep our money right here and help ourselves.
W e will gladly give counsel to anyone wanting our ad
vice— especially if we can steer you away from investments
which might cause you loss.
Make our Bank Your
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Added impetus v.-u given to the
movement for the division of Clackamas
county, Tuesday night, when sixty rep
resentatives of the eastern part, in
cluding business and professional men,
fruit growers and farmers from Esta
cada, Springwater, Garfield, Viola,
Sandy, George, Dodge, Eagle Creek,
Currinsville and other points went in a
special car to Oregon City and con
ferred with the Commercial club and
Live Wires of that bustling city.
The East Clackamas crowd was given
a respectful hearing by Oregon City
and a royal welcome in the social ses
sion and lunch that followed the discus
sion of division. None of the Oregon
City speakers came out against division,
but said they wanted to consider the
subject and examine data. To that end
it is likely a big delegation from the
Commercial organizations will be here
early next week, when the subject will
be threshed out and a decision reached.
The meeting was very successful and a
mutual under, landing of the aims and
purposes of all was reached.
The special car left here at 1 o’clock,
Tuesday and under the guidance of Con
ductor Fernandez and Motorman
“ Lucky” Reese made the trip in an
hour and a half. The return was made
in about the same time.
R eason s for D ivision.
B EW A R E of FAK IR S!
Peddlers, who go about the country hawking eye
glasses, are doing incalculable damage to the Ameri
Dout take the chance of ruining your
sight by dealing with them.
The whole success or usefulness of a pair of
glasses depends upon their proper position in front
If they are bent or misplaced they are
W ORSE than useless.
I would be glad to have any and all wearers of
glasses call at my office at least once a month that 1
may re-adjust them.
For this I charge nothing,
whether I fitted the eyes previously ot not.
D r. E r v in L. Sells. O ptical Spec
ia lis t. w ith th e E stacada J e w e lr y
C o m p a n y e v e ry W ednesday fro m
8:30 a. m . to 4:30 p. m.
Estacada Jewelry Company
— — —
Want to Clean Up?
Our Big Stock of New Wall Paper
IS HERE !
Stock Fresh and Classy
Let ns quote you prices which, we are certain, are as
LOW as the LOWEST
I ii the limited space of The Progress
extended report of the excellent speech
es of the East Clackamas delegation
and the Oregon City people, cannot be
The “Cascade County” exponents,
which included Henry Epperson, Edwin
Bates, J. S. McCurdy, W. D. Jellison,
Robert Duncan, L. E. Belfils, Mayor J.
W. Reed, H.-F. Gibson. E. W. Bart
lett, A. H. Miller, H. Johnson and R.
M. Standish, submitted the proposition
that the division wonld not only do west
Clackamas no harm, but would be a
benefit; they urged that the two dis
tricta had little in common from a busi
ness standpoint; that the long distance
to be traveled to transact business at
the county seat is a hardship and a
source of expense; beyond reason. It
was also stated that this section had
grown so it is able to take care of itself
at a saving to the taxpayers.
T h e L ine o f D ivision.
Mr. Bartlett submitted a huge map,
showing the proposed line of division
which starts at the county line, about
three miles west of Boring, runs south
to center of 5 S. 3 E., east to the forest
reserve thence south to the county line.
The population is about 8,000; the valu
Two Eagle Creek residents, Gus Bur
nett and Noah Stingley said they were
satiafied without division.
The Oregon City Club speakers, Pres
ident McBain, Gilbert Hedges, J. E
Hedges, Publicity Agent Eby and
Judge Dimick, congratulated the visi
tors on the spirit they displayed and
their fairness in submitting their prop
osition to the west county people anil
their plea to he allowed to stand on
their own feet. The question merited
consideration in a broad minded sense
and “ if you have the goods we will
help you deliver them” they added.
ESTACADA LOSES FIRST GAME
T im m ’s C ress C lub T a k es O pening
G am e of B a seb all 8 to 6 B ronson
S trik es O ut 13.
E s ta c a d a ,
And don't forget the
Special Bargains on Our 5-10-15-
20 and 25 cent Counters
ESTACADA FURNITURE CO.
W . D. and L M. Henthom, Proprietors
Odd Fellows Building
i*. A jr. -•
Stroke of Apoplexy.
5 00 o o o 1 o 3 8 6 3
Batteries—Bronson and Bronson;
Schwartz and Bleeg.
in R e g u la r A rm y an d P h ilip
p in es an d W a s W o u n d ed — Had
B een A ilin g a F ew D ays.
While at work on the road near
the John Tracy residence, Albert
Having produced a great basket- Jay Califf, aged 53 tears, was
Txalt team, Springwater pioposes to stricken with
duplicate, if it can, with a baseball noon, Monday, and txpired a half'
crew. A diamond and grandstand hour later at the Tracy residence,
and long on Hardware, Shoes, Groceries, Dry
has been fixed up near the store whither he was carried by friends.
and * good squad is practicing. In A doctor attended him.
Goods, Clothing, Etc.
the bunch are: J. Paiks, capt.,
Deceased was a gallant soldier,
Manager Howard Smith, Dobble, having served five years in the reg
Long, Boylan. Ralsizer, Closner, ular army when a young man.
Bittner, Generowski, Jim Parks and When the call came for volunteers
the three Hornet brothers.
he enlisted and went to the Philip
The boys are to give a dance and pines and in battle was shot through
oyster supper at Dodge ball Friday the right arm.
Auction at 10 a. m . and 7 p . m .
night, April 12, and shortly will be
Mr. Califf was born June 23, 1858
ready to give battle to Estacada. in Fu'.ton countv, Indiana, and
The listacada team gives a dance from there emigrated to Nebraska.
at the Pavilion next Saturday even From Nebraska, after the Spanish-
Everybody should buy a American war, lie came to the
ticket and help the team alouq.
Ke joined the Methodist
church, when a boy, and was a
Springwater Wins Again
member until death. For a while
was connected with the Pencil
at Basketball 31 to 21
No premium stamps on above dates. Goods sold at private
mission in California and held an
At the Pavilion Thursday even
sale and auction.
ing, Springwater won over Esta and several relatives survive him
cada 31 to 21 at basketball.
T h e1 He was well known in Estacada and
visitors showed much improvement highly esteemed. Funeral was at
over their form when last seen here Mt. Zion church Tuesday and in
and the game was hot and rather terment in the local cemetery,
rough. The first halt was a walk
I can fix anything that is wrong
away foi Springwater 19 to 6. The with your watch.— LaHatt.
locals didn't get into the play.
Notice for Publication
the second half Estacada braced and Department
of ths Interior, Serial 03265. U. S.
lead practically from the start, j Land office at Portland. Oregon. March 18, 1912. Mdse.
They won the naif 15 to 12. There Notice ia hereby
William H. Sullivan
were not to exceed four fouls called. whose postofflce address is 230K- First Street. Port
land. Oregon, cld. on the 27th day of October. 1911
Tom Morton refereed. Woodle suc file
in this office Sworn Statement and Application.
ceeded Earl Schultz in the last half. No. 03265.. to purchase the S W ’i S W !t. Section
12, township 1 south, range 4 East. Willamette Mer
W'ilcox was replaced by Generowski idian.
and the timber thereon, under the provisions of
for the visitors. Fellows played a the act of June 3. 1878. and acts amendatory, known
the "Timber and Stone Law." ai such value as
good game against Smith at center, as
might be fixed by appraisement, and that, pursuant to
Evans not being in the local lineup. such application, the land and timber thereon have
appraised, the timber estimated 140.000
The three Horner brothers, Caj - been
board feet at 50c per M. and the land $40.00: that
tain Kilgore, Wilcox and Genr- said applicant will offer final rroof in support of his
and sworn statement on the 10th day of
owski played for Springwater; Gra application
T h e h o m o o f Q u a lity
Jure. »912, before the Register and Receiver. U. S.
ham, Douglas, Morton, Schultz, Land Office, at Portland. Oregon.
Any person is at liberty to protest this purchase
Woodle and Fellows for the locals. before
entry, or Initiate a contest at any time before Our big cut price sale ends Saturday, April 6.
A fair crowd was present.
The patent issues, by filing a corroborated affidavit in this
better do so
office, alleging facts which would defeat the entry.
proceeds went to the baseball club.
H. F. HICBY. Register.
We are Short on Cash
S p rin g w a te r O rganizing.
April 3,4,5 and 6
W. S. WOOD, Auctioneer
Friday Night and Saturday af
ternoon special for Ladies.
Estacada Merc. Co.
Mr. Man, his wife and family:
ioc Babbitt cleanser, special
Black Diamond matches reg
ular 3c, special..................
Gun Powder tea regular 50c..
as can be procured in the outlay of an equal sum of money in
anything money can buy.
Bu> a Henney Buqgv and buy it
NOW! Quit using the old lumber wagon as a vehicle of pleas
ure. Hnch your stepper to a Henney, sit back on one of its
coil spring lazy backs and realize the great pleasure you will
have. We are offering Henney Buggies at reduced prices.
You will lie surprised to learn you can get so good a buggv for
so little money. There is no buggy made that is superior to
the Henney. It has many features peculiar to itself. Ask
your neighbors who own a Henney, if it is not par excellence.
Come in and look the Henney over. Buy one and you will
feel a sense of comfort and happiness such as you have not ex
perieuced for many years. The Henney is sold only by us in
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Week Ending Apr.
7 Sunset jell in j--lly glasses
regular 15c special..........
4 Sunset jam in jelly glasses
regular 15c special............
And many more articles not listed here.
off on dll Dry Goods.
Easy Riding Buggy
25 per cent
DUNCAN 4 CRUSE B R O TH ER S
Watch Terrace Addition Grow
in the city
Here are a few Leaders for
Did you ever experience more delightful weather? A dis
tinguished man recently stated that he felt the fluttering of the
angels wings, as he walked the streets of Estacada. Whether or
not we are nearer heaven than any other part of the globe, we
can not say, but it certainly goes without saying, we have as
delightful a climate as the heart could desire.
Do you, gentle reader appreciate the splendid conditions
surrounding you? You are only going through this life once.
What the future world has in store for you is unknown; it
stands you in hand to enjoy the good things now attainable.
We stand ready to suggest you can get as much good, solid
comfort out of a fine, light running
Livery, Feed & Sale
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at once—NOW !
“ Blr’ndy” Schwartz, a portside
wiggler with the Timm’s Cress
(why not WaterCress.') team, hug
ged a horse shoe in the opening '
game here Sunday and grabbed off ;
the winning end of the baseball
controversy 8 to 6. And aside from
the first inning, when our athletes
«emplaned somewhat, it was a cork
ing good battle.
who obliged for the home guard,!
tiling a classy.game, one that should
have been his, hands down.
breezed 13 of the Cressies, banged
FOR SALK. — Rubber tired sur
one in the slats aud walked two.
but what really put Neil on the rey cheap, in good condition
quire ai my residence on Broadway
blink was the tnixups of his pals in
A .J Darling.
the opening round, when the ene
W. A. JONES
my scored five rttus on two hits and
Jewelry work of all kind neatly
three errors. Schwartz fanned five. air? promptly done.— LaHatt
Good rigs, an t cartful dn-.eu al-wav»
The air being cleared, the list a -
S P t U A l A T T E N T IO N
For Sale or Trade.
Given Hut.Hug and Pivbing Partie*
cadans came from behind and even
Will trfcde (or lot* in Iwtueüily; h
ed things up, by the time the fourth
photon single ham*»««;
DEATH CALLS SUDDENLY
R. H. K.
0 1 3 1 0 0 0 0 1 6
y 5 S erv ed
While it» our store, have a look at onr Furniture and Queensware.
#1 A YEA R
tors forged ahead one and grabbed
two more in the ninth, while the
locals were getting one.
A fairly good crowd saw the
East Clackam as Co. Boosters
trouble. Cushman umpired like a
Go to O regon City.
"profesh’ ' and Bob Standish, man
ager of the locals was busy as a
Only Paper in
ESTA CA D A . OREGON. TH URSDAY. APRIL 4. tot 2
of the eye.
All the News
All the Time
Streets and Alleys are be ng completed.
water will soon be on the property.
are fast being built and because retrace Addition
lots ire worth double their present price.
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