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LaHaft st Ils sfx*c tacits and eve Tettra/im.
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CITY NEWS BRIEFS
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Program is Issued for
Twelve pnjK-rs are to he pren-ni-
Mayor J. W. Rrctl was in Port rica, a 2 ooo fet-t film, and i.ooo
feet more of other entertaining film ed before tlit- Methodist Ministeri.il
A J I) n ling left for Salem Tires- will he shown at the Family T hea Association of Salem district which
Er tere*! ai the pcetciflce Ir Estacad*. Oreg* n as
in to hold « two ila\s meet mg in
second class mail
d a\, wheie lie will shortl) open a tre. tonight and tomorrow night
C W Devore went to Portland, Kstacada, Aptil 16 17.
gram has been issued aud copies
The \V C. T. 1 ’ . will meet at
S ti months
the hands of Rev. \\
the home of Mrs. Lewis, Wednes colm, who went to visit his grand- aro llow
mother at Drain. Mr. Devore then R. F Browne for distribution.
d a y , April loth.
Forenoon of the first day will be 1
Thuifday, April 4 , 1912
Mrs. M. H. Keans will leave went to Oregon City to atteud the
given over to examinations uttder
Saturday for New York City to
Hiram Gould. The visitors, some
County Commissioner W. Mat
AI»a Frtmiati a promintnt fruit grower visit relatives a few weeks.
fifty in number, will be shown the
of tfiis section ha» just reccived a lnr<e
Secretary Standiah wishes all toon left for Oregon City yesterday country in the afternoon and in the
tliipineut <>1 -mall fmit plants eonauting | those oiviug Commercial club dues to attend eoumy court. The com
evening the Ladies Aid Society
of currants, raspberries, Logan berries 1 1 call at his office.
missioners have a large tiutiiiier of
will give a reception at which ad
and gooseberries. Mr. Frunian intends
Note the change in the ad of the road petitions before them at this dresses of welcome will be delivered
to have his entire place set out to fruit
session, which promises to he e x
Kstacada Mercantile Co.
in the near future.
by Mayor Reed, H. M. James and
The new hall is progressing nicely. bargains during the auction.
Rev. Walter Givens. Response will
A t the Christian church special
The boys expect to give a dance the 37 th
Miss Florence Kendall will arrive
be by Edward Giitins.
K. H. Klliott took some of his friends from Sotnmerville, N. J., to make Raster services will take place Sun
During the last day papers will
uu»toring Saturday evening. The part)
day. In the morning, the pastor,
went to Portland where they saw the her home with her sister, Mrs. A. Rev. W. Givens, will speak on be presented by W. S. Gordon, A.
B. B. Caldcr, J. C. Spencer, C. F.
Newlyweds at the Baker, i hey returned K. Morton.
“ The Ressurection; ’ in the even
Hopkins, W. R. F. Browne, T. L.
at a late hour having s]>ent a most eu-
Duncan & Cruse Brothers have
ing “ A t the Tom b.” Choir practice
Jones, T . B. Ford, H T. Atkinsou,
put iu new shelves and their store
W. J. Weber. S. H. Dewart, C. L-
is very attractive.
Their sale is
Special Raster services by the Cressey ami Prof K. S. Hammond.
Mr. and Mrs. Burns left for their new
M. K. Sabbath school will take In the evening Dr. Fletcher Homan,
home in Kichville, Wash. Their neigh
Frank Stormer, who has gone to
bors regret their departure and hope Canyon City to reside, will have place Sunday. A fine program of president of Willamette university
twenty four numbers,
including will speak on “ Perfect Loye.’ ’
pros|>erity may attend them. Mr. Burn's
brother in law, Mr. Spotts has rented his his family join him as soon as recitations, responsive readings,
The music will be in charge of
school has closed in June.
farm tor a year.
addresses by the superintendent ami Mrs. A. K. Merton.
T he O. W. R. & N. baseball pastor and special music will be
There has been a good deal of contro
The Kstacada Lumber Yard has
versy over the school here, the teacher club will play the locals here ntxt
given. Among those who will re
received a shipment of first class
not proving satisfactory to many of the Sunday. This team is said to he
lumber from Portland.
patrons. A meeting was called Tuesday,
at which the proposition was to be thresh strong. Kstacada defeated it last Yonce, Hied Stuben, Alva Adams, voice contains flooring, ceiling, fin
ed out and some decision, as to the fu year.
Virgil Lewis, Grace Browne, mem ishing, all classes of mouldings.
ture, arrived at.
T he water pipe for the main to bers of the primary and an exercise
For Sale at a Bargain.
Director Randolph of the Viola school Terrace addition arrived Monday by Eskimo hoys, Burman girl, Ital
close in on good terms,
district, was in Portland three days last and workmen are now laying it. It
ian immigrant and a Japanese boy.
S. K. Wooster. Kstacada.
week on business.
is expected water will be turned on
Mr. LaCroy has bought a patent stump
S e r v ic e s next S u n d a y as fa llo w s
C. Burn who has liver! at Spring-
Bert Mattoon lias bought Mr. Kopp’s
10 a. m.
itore and will add considerably to the j water the past two years, has sold gave the- first of two companies in Preaching
11 a. m.
ftoek and begin business in a few days. his property and will leave for entertainment of her many friends. Epworth League
6:30 p. m.
Mr. Mattoon was reared in this com Ridgefield, Wash , where he owns The second is to take place tomor Preaching
7:30 p. m.
munity aud understands local conditions
row night. Whist was played, four
— W . R. F. B r o w n e , Pastor.
in connection with business. He will un another ranch.
Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Anna MacDonald who is
doubtedly make a success of it and every
body wishes him the best of luck.
teaching school at Dodge will leave
10 a. m.
Luncheon was served. An out of Preaching
11 a. m.
soon for Spokane, where she will
7:45 p. m.
study vocal music. Later she will
of Seattle, a sister of Mrs. Reed
- W. G i v e n s , Pastor
Commends Local School leave for the east where she will Those present were: Messrs and
complete her course.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Mesdames Belfils, Lindsey, Sparks,
The schools of Kstacada are giv
Services in the Free Methodist Church.
Work is soon to begin on the new
Laurry, R. K. Saling, J. R. Mc
en a neat compliment and endorse road to George, tnouey for which
10:80 a. ra
Curdy, Mrs. Minnie Altman, J. W. Preaching
11:30 a. m.
ment by C. F. Anderson, super was subscribed about thirty days
A. M. C h a f f e e . Pastor.
Reed and G. K. La Follette.
visor, who has this to say of them: ago. A delay was caused by au
“ From an experience of many error in the deed for right of way,
The teachers of tlje Kstacada In the County Court of the State of Oregon for the
years with the public schools of but that has been rectified and the schools, last evening enjoyed an in County of Clackamas.
In the matter of the estate of Peter Claussen. de-
Oregon and other states, I am frank deeds accepted by the cjuntv court. formal dinner at the Hotel Kstacada. ectased.—Citation.
To Peter Emil Claussen. Albert Claussen. Leopold j
to say that Kstacada has a school
R. J. Furbeck, a business man
Miss Maud Sturgeon entertained Claussen. and all persons interested In the estate!
of unusual excellence, llnder the of Portland, has been visiting R.
of said deceased.
supervision of H. M. James, assist M. Standish, a boyhood friend, and about 30 members of the Iipworth In the Name of the State of Oregon;
league at her home on Maiu street, You are hereby cited and required to appear and be
ed by able teachers, the school is
In the county court of the state of Oregon, for the j
looking over the Kstacada country.
last week. The evening was en county of Clackamas, at the county court room of said
well disciplined and well instructed.
He is much pleased and will form
on the l 3th day of May. 1912 at the hour of |
T he town has reason to speak high a partnership with Mr. Standish joy ably spent in games and a fine 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day. then and there
to show cause, if any exist, why an order should not
ly of her schools."
and conduct an office at Portland.
be granted to W . H. Mattoon. administrator of the
Viola School Row is
Due to Reach Courts
A» to School Warrant»
Ed Millet, one of the directors of
the school at Viola, where another
director, F\ R. Cockerline and the
teacher, Thomas Lovelace, became
involved in an altercation, was in
Kagle Creek Grange No. 297
town last week.
Mr. Miller says
will entertain Pomona Grange April
the directors feel for the good of the
oth. State Master C. li. Spence
district, that the teacher should lie!
dismissed and have so ordered hut |and olher proml,,c,U ga n g ers will
be there. The fifth degree will be
that Mr. Lovelace has hired a law- j
given at night session.
A ll gran
yer and proposes to stay, if he can |
gers cordially invited. Mrs. S. E.
T he directors lielieve they have the |
Bates, Lecturer Grange No. 297.
authority to dismiss the teacher foi \ 1
cause, but if not, they want to he | Kd Douglas of liagle Creek, who
shown. So it is likely the matter was operated upon for appendicitis
I guarantee all work done.—
will get into the courts.
a Portland hospital, is reported
to he recovering nicely, Mrs. Vio- L allatt.
Improvement of Terrace
j la Douglass, his mother, and son
For Sale— Indian Rntrner duck
eggs; 50 cents a setting.
Addition Does Not Stop an<i * * ” * % * ' h,ave re"m,ed to ,,be R. S. Ludlow, Kstacada. tf-3-21
1 hey have given up their
1912. upon a Judgment rendered and entered in said
court on the I Oth day of February. 1912. in favor of
J F Lovelace, the above named plaintiff, aud against
Alexander Meyer, the above named defendant, for the
sum of $1 250.00. with Interest thereon at the rate
of 6 per cent per annum from the 19th day of Octo
ber 19 1 ! . and the further sum of $ 100. as attorney s
fee. and the further sum cf $34 50 costs and dis- \
Fat cattle wanted; the fatte; the bursements and the ccsts of and upon this writ.com- i
Work on Terrace addition con house in Estacada.
manding me to make sale of the following described
better.— See Fred Jorg
real property, situate In the county of Clackamas, j
tinues without cessation and at
/\ parents-teachers meeting will
of Oregon, to-wit:
present about eight acres are being lie held at W ilburn's hall, Eagle K S T A C A D A P O U L T R Y FARM state
The north east quarter of the south west quarter of I
land claim of John Stevenson, being no- 1
rapidly put in shape by Cary Bros !Creek. Saturday from
o to 3
S. C. White Leghorns. S. C Black tificaticn No. 7380. Claim 59. In township No. 3
T h e section under clearance is o'clock. The address of welcome
south of range No. 4. east of the Willamette mer- |
Minorcas, S. C, Buff Orpingtons.
idian. containing twenty acres mere or less in Clack
block 1, 2, 3, and 4 and streets and wiH i>e bv Ivffie Grace and others
W a n t e d — H ighest price paid amas county, state of Oregon.
it is likely that the spur track right u-ho will take part are: Miss Erick-
for eggs at the Palace Meat Market NOW. THEREFORE, by virtue of said execution ,
judgment order and decree, and in compliance with
of way will be next cleared. Work son. Kllen Moehnke, Maud G ralnm . Fred Jorg.
the commands of said writ. I will, on Saturday, the
is also in progress on various lots i Ktiiel La usd own, Mattie Hay m ar,
If you break a lens in your 6th day ct April. 1912: at the hour of 10 n clock a
and .1 number of buildings are go- Kffie Morris and Prof. H. M. i glasses, save the pieces and I can m. at the front door of the County Court House in :
the City cf Oregon City, in said county and state, sell
James, of Kstacada
: furnisi, a glass just like
it.— i at public auction, subject to redemption to the high-
: est bidder forU S . gold coir cash In hard, all the
Carey Bros, are entitled to much i Never neglect anv trouble that La Halt,
title and interest which the within named de-
credit for pushing the work which can tie remedied with glasses how- They have it good fresh VCge- right,
j#r.dants or enhei cf them, had on the date of the
has given many nun employment ever slight. Thousands of people tallies. Go and see them,
Fred j mortgage herein or since had in oc to the above de
scribed teal property or any is it thereof, t satisfy
this spring. The property is selling suffer from headaches and other re-
; said execution judgment order, decree interest
well and as soon as the water main Ilex troubles when glasses would
FOR S A L K — Gasolene e n g i n e costs and ell accruing ccsts.
E. T. MASS.
is finish'd lawns wdl he started.
make their e\ e work a pleasure
Sheriff ot Clackamas County, Oregon
» ; „
By J O. Stasis, deputy.
W A N T E D . 30 setting hens in There is no mistake more common
Datsd. Oregcn. City. Ore. Feb. 2 1. 1**12.
quantities of two and more.
exchange one setting of either
Barred Plymouth Rock or Light
Brahtna eggs, value $2.50 lor
two setting liens. \V r.te or phone
Shearer it Morris, Garfield.
S A L li Three
horses, one Jersey milch cow, with
4 weeks old call, one full-blooded
t) I. C. hour. Cull or address A.
* Wouucott farm. 2Stf
Palace Meat Market
D r. L. A. W E L L S
D E N T IS T
The Hotel Estacada
J O H N S T E I N E R . M. D
xts y in ' 'r*ynn
f rthe SE'* of NE'i Seet-on 34 Tc-anshio 3 South
Rang* : E a st. Willamette M erlilar. has filed no»lce
P h y s i c i a n a S i ’ h g fo n
One of the most delightful Resorb on the Coast
Local and Tourist Trade Solicited
Office in residence, next to 1. O. O. F.
Hall. Office Houis:
10 to 12 A. M., 7 to 8 P. M.
C L A U D E W. D E V O R E
A T TO R N E Y -A T-LA W
NO TARY PU B LIC
E s ta c a d a ,
Lower Electric Rates!
H X l'K K T
H OK SKSH O K R
All work guaranteed
J. V. B A R R
Is still at the old stand and willing to
any of the work in his line
GIVE HIM A CALL
Team Work and Hauling by
the Day or Contract
IM P O R T A N T :
Several months will be re
required to change over the
31,000 accounts which this reduction in lighting
rates will affect. In order that our patrons may
be put to the least possible inconvenience, new con
tracts will be mailed beginning May 1st. The com
pany earnestly requests that these be signed, wit
nessed and returned to the company’s representa
tive in Estacada as promptly as possible, thus
avoiding the possibility of waiting in line at the
WOOD delivered in any quantity
1st class 4 foot wood
sluhwood delivered at $2.00 per
cord. 16 inch at $2.50 per load.
W. M. YONCE
E! 3 e a 3 E 3 gS!aQraai 3 QB 3 E 3 H œ m 6 K g
The Oregon Fire Relief Asso
ciation of McMinnville
with $ 2 25,000 reserve*, solicits your
John B row n
G resh a m . Oregon
Portland Railway, Light
J. W. MILLER
As a result of economic methods and the ac
quirement of additional facilities, the Portland
Railway, Light and Power Company takes a great
deal of pleasure in announcing to the citizens of
Estacada and the surrounding territory an impor
tant reduction in its electric light and power rates.
It has been the constant policy of the Company
to give good service at reasonable rates. The
company is more interested than anybody else in
building up a bigger, busier and better Portland,
and it fully recognizes the important influence of
low rates and good service. The new lighting rate
is 9, 7 and 4c per killowatt hour. Details of this
reduction and the conditions involved can be se
cured upon application at any of the company’s
Ph o n m
G rm ahunt. 3 1 3
Ur leave word at this office
I also have the OREGON MERCHANT*
and BEAVER STATE INSURANCE COS.
Seventh and Alder Sts.
We manufacture all kinds of Ccdai
Shingles and are prepared at a ll
times to deliver the same. Alsc*
to sell at the mill, having stock ot>
hand at all times
Your Easter Hat!
A. K R IE G E R & CO.
Estacada A g en t— A.
Our store windows now display beautiful creations
Reed & Sparks
in millinery, Miss Davis, expert trimmer of Low-
Su u u itn to
engart & Co. of Portland, has the latest stock in
0. R. Jacobs
You should see the assortment.
mateiial, but modest prices.
New Spring Goods are
Repairing of All Kinds
Plumbing and Electric
Hats for all.
ESTACADA MEAT MARKET
For a $5 purchase and a small cash payment, we give
our customers a beautiful set of dishes.
Let us explain
Estacada Lumber Yard
Subscribers and patrons of The
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I rojjress art* asked to make settle i»h claim tu the lend abovedwr*bed b«f:r« th« r#v
Uieilt (*t indebtedness to me up to , A *r a d
V*r of the U* tad Start* L a ri off c# j
e t i r e d as
iis ■* Pet' grd Oregon rip th* 4’h rl^y of A : i '- **12
^•bruarv r, 1912 when I retired
manager. Al! bills from that date ' C h e re r Gerd F vart*
Mayfield G]yc4e Limbooker end
are due Mr Ln Follette
: ;-v*e M.ty^e'd »'•* «t 9 rr:n*wr-- Oraecr
W ill be in Kstacada on Frida) s «nd
.Saturday«». Ap|K»uitimuls m ay he
made w ith Dr. A d ix .
A L L M ODERN C O N V E N IE N C E S
than to think that wearing glasses
Notice to Dog Owners.
' creates a necessity for wearing them.
A. M 0RK0W & SON
Ordinance No 14, respecting the
i)r Kevin Sells with Kstacada Jew-
H 3 WÏ
e,r Co every Wednesday,
, be strictly enforced, Procure your
to 4 3 °-
'tag s of the city treasurer.
C A Looney who left here for owners are given until April i to
Newcastle. V a., l ist August, re « cu re _ licences.
Licenses expire ESTACADA.
August i. 'Failure to pay gives the
turned to Kstacnda the earlv
Notice for Publication
f’’ir marshal authority to impound dogs
of the week, bringing with him 1 A
tags and to dispose of ori Dw'm«« «< '*>• tmartor. U S Und Office »'
u : j
. ;„ ,l , V ili .
Orecon February . 14 1012.
kill same two . days
after 1 i l>eil»£ i ! PortUnd.
N tice is hersby gtv«r tbst L e vi l . Man'.ove. cf
March 13 and started for Oregon taken up. A G. A MHS, Marshal. Srringwater. Oragon. Routa I who cn December Having
23 1 00* made Hcm*»tea<l entry serial Nd 0235*
, he Jolh
Accompanying him is
L O ST Pearl knife Imoch near
school grounds. Return to Progres
Albert Sarver, his uncle, and farni-
Forty tons of hay for sale.
In ly who will make Clackamas county
quire at Kstacada State Bank. 21-tf
their home. Mr. Looney says the
W A N T E D — A responsible party winter in Virginia was the coldest
to contract clearing 13 to 20 acres
of second growth timber. Call up in at years. He is well content to
p F Stand's*?.
estate of Peter Claussen. deceased, to sell the whole
or part of the southwest quarter (SW li) of northeast
quarter (NE '¿ J a ’nd northwest quarter (NWIj) of the
souteast quarter (SE 'a) and northeast quarter (NE1«)
of southwest quarter (SW li ) section 1 7 township 3.
range 5 east of Willamette Meridian, Clackamas
county. Oregon, being the real estate cf said de
ceased. at private sale, as shall be necessary.
Witness the Hon. R. B. Beatie. judge of said court !
this ! 1thday of March. 1912.
Attest: W. L. Mulvey. clerk, by 1. M. Harrington j
I wish to announce to all in
school district No. toS holding
school warrants that I am prepared
to take up the same, and hope that
they will be presented to me at
once for liquidation. T o the tax
payers I will say that on March 27
I took up at Ladd and Tiltons bank
school warrants to the amount of
la the Circaft C o a rt o f the S t o le o f Oreqoa
Interest on the same
For C la c k a m a s Coaaty
being $107 32 making a total of
J . F. Lovelace. plaintiff
$3 076 62 and the warrant issued
for $1,500 was among them. Your Alexander Meyer. C. O Donovan and Katherine
school block is paid for.
STATE OF OREGON f
Sarah E. Bates, School Clerk.
County of Clackamas, l
By virtue of a Judgment order, decree and execu
Seed potatoes, Am er tion. duly issued out of and undet the seal of the
ican Wonder and Burbanks.
In above entitled court, in the above entitled cause, to
me duly directed end dated the 21 st day of February.
quire at The Progress office.
P R O F E S S IO N A L C A R D S
in e- cry lespect
The taste will H E N R Y V . A D I X . M . D
he light, the tenderness unr.sti.il. P H Y S I C I A N A S U R G E O N
th e w iig h t absolutely correct and
the pi ,‘e verv low for this grade OFPICK, ADJOINING KKSIDUNCB
iif meat. Tile way to know this
Local anil long UuUiuf Trlephonr
tor yourself is to give ns a tiial
Tlie doctor's phone chi , lie oounecteil
We know you’ ll repeat it with your home phone at night it re
quested. One loug ring.
t'., K. !.\Fi >I.1.I'TTK. Kditor >*i*l Mgr
A parent's meeting was held at
the Currinsville school house Friday
afternoon. The Currinsville band
furnished several selections. The
pupils gave a musical program and
a number of addresses were made
upon topics relating to the public
You’ll rirul Our Meal 0. K.
E. D. ALLEN, P r o p r i e t o r
iSucceseor to Kstacada Lumber & M.tiiuf tetmin » Co
purchased the yards and stock of the company and hav
ing added a complete stock from Portland and elsewhere
we are prepared to furnish the public with
ALL K IN D S O F B U IL D IN G M A T ER IA L
Anything voti need, hiiv lmie.
J. SMITH. Prop.
First Class Meats of all
I Buy and Sell Mutton, Pork antk
Veal. Highest price paid in cash.
Good fat beef wanted
Notice for Publication
Department of the Interior U. S . Land office
' Portland Orefutv Jan. 13. 1912.
Notice is hereby given that Harry L. Ke
whore roe* office addrers is 3 1 1 I Ith street Pc
and Ore. did on the J6th day cf March 1911. file
| thtaoffice Sworn Statement and Application, f
I 02953. to rurchare ‘he NH NE1, ard N 'j NW
Sectl'n 28 Township 2 South Range 6 East W
lametta Meridian and tha timber thereon under I
prevision* cf »he art of J-me 3. I 878.and ac ts amer
unry. known as the ' Timber and St'-ne Law.
such value is might be fixed by appraisement, a
that, pmsuent to ruch ai-pi¡retion. the land a> d timl
therein have been *pprait*4. the t.mber egiimai
380/ 00 tverd feet as 50e je r M. 660.000 bot
eet at 30c per M a*d 80.000 board feet at 10c t
M ar.d the lend $ 1 6O.0c* that setd applicent e
effer ftrcl proof in supp.et of his arp.lcetmn a
s*vcrn 5*« -mem on the l 6th day of April. 1912 t
fere ske Reg*«ter erd Receiver of the t ’ S U
c.T.c* at For* and Cre.
porp** .» a* ..ie r y to p r.’ bs» *h r -j - -tJ •-
f '* '* . - . /
r e '*
m e t u as -/ flit, g a coi. jboratej affidavit In tb
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