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ESTACADA, ORE GOA
G. K. L a FOLI.KTTK. Kilitor <unl Mgr
•I th» pcstoiflce in Estacada. Orogon. as
sacond class mall
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Thunday. May 16. 1912
If Bast Clackamas county la good
enough for Oregon City to hang
onto with might and main, it is
strong enough to stand alone.
The crucial point in the presi
dential campaign has been reached.
The man who carries the Ohio pri
maries. next Tuesday, has the edge
on the republican nomination. Roth
Taft and Roosevelt are making tre
mendous efforts to carry the state.
Whenever you are figuring on
purchasing anything, give the Es
tacada merchants a chance to make
prices. You may find that you are
losing money by buying at Portland
or of some catalog house in the
east. At least ask; it costs nothing.
If any doubter as to the wisdom
of county division, would like to
ask a question regarding the matter,
• letter addressed to the campaign
committee or to The Progress, will
receive prompt attention,
only by a fair discussion of the
subject that a decision may be
Brush Fires do Damage
in Estacada Country
Forest fires, the result of the dry-
weather and the high winds early
in the week did some damage in
the Garfield and Dodge districts
and caused much uneasiness. Linn's
mill, an old structure was burned
and a considerable number of shing
les. Two dwelling houses on Dr.
Charlton-Snyder’s ranch were burn
ed and two buildings on the old
Bush place In Dodge were consum
The forest guards together with
volunteers did considerable fighting
and saved much property. A good
deal of fence on the Rawlings place
Practically all fires
are now under control.
Will Miller and family were Viola vis
itors last Sunday, with their father and
mother and brothers and sisters. A very
enjoyable time was spent.
The Mills property will have new
owners in the near future if its owners
will trade it off to a gentleman who is
well pleased with the valley and prop
Viola was well supplied Sunday with
fishermen who came out from Portland
and Oregon City to enjoy the pleasant
Rev. R. Smith the county school mis
sionary, was a Viols visitor last Friday,
when he visited many of the citizens,
who were pleased to see him once more.
Mr. Tibbits, a Portland man, was the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Randolph
A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. John
Mattoon Thursday night. John's laugh
may not be so loud or so jolly now as
this is the first time Mr. Stork lias visited
A Sunday school program is now be
ing arrauged for “ Children's Day” the
17th of June. Many have volunteered
to help. A committee will be appointed
by Sunday School Superintendent John
Baccalaureate Sermon is
The Garfield Country club, which
is to give a dance Saturday night
at the club house, also has in view
Saturday Evening, May 18th
another on the evening of June 8
and a big oldfashioued country pic
nic and dance July 4. This popu
lar social club gives excellent en
Garfield Country Club
A Sandy resident who was in
towu last week, says that county
division is a live subject with the
people of that community.
sentiment is apparently divided,
with the Cascade county advocates
in the lead.
A meeting will be
Miss Jessie Lynch of Chicago will
spend the summer with Mr. and Mrs. A. held there soon,
The social held by the Dorcas society
recently was a successful affair. A fine
program was presented. It opened with
the president M*t. O. A. Whitcomb giv
ing a brief talk on the object of the so
ciety. Mrs. H. G. Trowbridge played a
pi.iiio solo, followed bv a sunbonnet drill
directed by Mrs. G. F. Blair. Kdwin
Sheares gave a reading and the Dorcas
quartet, Mesdames S. H. Gruber, E. S.
Wilcox, G. F. Blair and F. L. Bundv.
After a solo by Phil StamlUh, Mrs. Wal
ter Whitcomb of Portland gave a readiug
“ The cremation of Sam McGee.*' The
Two Roses was sung by the Garfield
quintet. Messrs. P. F. Standish, J. Mor
ris, R. Deming, A. O. Whitcomb and W.
A. Strata. After luncheon, a silver offer
ing realizing $10 was taken,
K. Lynch of Portland accompanied
Glen Inglish on a week’s trip into the
Charles E. Burton, formerly of Chica
go, visited here Inst week.
William Brogden of Hillsboro was
here arranging for spring work on his
SluDiiish & pur beck hav* mo.uv
to loon on laun securities
Preached by Rev. Givens
LaHatt sells spectacles ami eye (
Givens is quite ill of on at
The pupils of the Estacada
tack of rheumatism.
R W. Carv left Monday even-
Mrs. M. T. Carter and son Alva schools, their parents and friends
vacation trip at the of Cleone visited her parents. Alva attended the service at the M. E.
is to stay some time. Mrs. Carter church Sunday evening, wheu Rev.
W. Givens of the Christian church,
D. M. Marshall, who had an at returned to her borne Wednesday.
preached the Baccalaureate sermon.
tack of rheumatic lever last week,
About forty members and em
has nearly recovered and is now ployes of the Empire Realty Co. of Rev. W. K. R. Browne, pastor of
the M. E. church, read the script
about his work.
Portland held a picnic here last ures. Rev. Mr, Givens took his
A brush fire near Boring a day Monday. A baseball game among text from the Apostle Paul: "F or
getting these things which are be
or two ago, is said to have burned the men helped entertain.
hind and reachiug unto the things
about 300 cords of wood belonging
Mrs. Viola Douglass, her son Ed. which are before, I press forward
to Col. Root of that town.
and wife, of Eagle Creek, were here to ti„. high calling of God, which is
Mr. and Mrs. John Page left yes yesterday. Mr. Douglass brought in Christ Jesus."
terday for Corvallis, where they samples of growing wheat 4 feet to
The minister grouped his sermon
have purchased a home and will re inches high and oats, 3 feet 6 in. under three heads— yesterday, to
They have about 80 acres of small day and tomorrow. What is past,
side in the future.
grain equally good,
either of success or failure should
W. A. Jones, R. M, Standish,
On the ranch of R. G. Palmateer be forgotten; the present is almost
A. G. Adams and G. K. LaKollette is a three year old English walnut '* one' the future should make for
were among Estacadans who visit of the Franquet variety, that has better things and success, using ex
perience of the past to avoid error.
ed Portland, Tuesday.
14 Walnuts, showing Garfield docs
The Methodist choir sang and
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Blackburn, not have to wait the proverbial ten Mrs. C. W. Devore contributed a
brother and sister-in-law of Mrs. years to get returns from a grove of solo.
The commencement exercises will
Willis Vonce, arrived from Clats the English Walnut.
be held tomorrow evening at the
kanie, last week, for a visit.
In the display of alarm clocks at Methodist church.
Prof. E. D.
The Springwater baseball club LaHatt’ s this week, one of the tick Kessler of O. A. C. will make the
appeared in their new maroon and ers, a 30 hour one— ran 54 hours address and an excellent program
white uniforms Sunday.
They and 18 minutes. Mr. LaHatt has of music will be given.
present an excellent appearance.
handled many a case of alarm
S o cia l F u n ction s.
Harry Snyder the Cazedero mer clocks, but this is the first time on
About forty people comprising mem
chant was in Portland Tuesday. record that a clock has exceeded its bers of the Christian church Ladies'
Aid society and children last Thursday
Mr. Snyder reports that business advertised limit.
has been good all spring at Caza-
A report that P. M. Failing, for perpetrated a surprise upon Mrs. John
Page, who Is soon to move to Corvallis.
merly of Estacada, had been killed They met at the home of Mrs. 0 . O.
Lawrence Baker, who owns prop by the premature explosion of a Bland about 2 o’clock and went to the
erty on the Matthews tract across blast in a mine in California, was home of Mrs. Ellen Patterson, where
set at rest Tuesday morning when
the liver, is making extensive Im Mrs. Failing received a telegram Mrs. Page, a sister of Mrs. Patterson,
provements on his house. Spacious from him denying that he had died. is stopping. The surprise was com
plete. An enjoyable afternoon was
He wasn’ t even hurt.
porches are being added.
spent. Mrs. Page was presented with
James Smith landed sixteen fine a silver crumb tray, Mrs. John Tracey
Cruse Bros, have installed a
sprayer in their store to keep their trout Saturday near the Cazadero making the speech.
big stock of fresh vegetables and dam and a number of other fisher thanked the society. A fter ice cream
men have been doing well trolling and cake had been served, Mrs. EUs-
fruit, in the best condition.
T h e ! worth took a group picture of the com.
for Salmon near River Mill,
improvement is up to date.
big fellows strike hard at a spoon, pany.
A. A. Darling, one of the former it is claimed. Smith caught a rain Prof, and Mrs. H. M. James enter
well known residents of Estacada, bow trout measuring t8>4 inches.
tained at whist last Friday evening.
Mrs. Clara G. Esson of Forest Their guests at seven o’clock dinner
now living at Portland, is visiting
Mr. Darling has Grove, state bible school superin were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Currin,
Miss Vinnie Hewitt and C. F. Ander
fairly well recovered from his re tendent of the Disciples of Christ, son. A fter dinner Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
occupied the pulpit at the Christian Reed joined the party.
J. A. Randolph, one of the prom church Sunday Morning, speaking
Mrs. Anna Hunt, who resides in the
on the relation of the bible schools
inent residents of Viola was in to missionary work. She is a con suburbs of Estacada, across the Clack
town Monday. Mr. Randolph says vincing speaker. In the afternoon amas, celebrated her 77 th birthday by
that sentiment for county division is at 3 o’clock, a conference of bible inviting a few of her many friends to
strong in bis district.
A meeting school workers was held in the visit her. A line dinner was served
Those present, besides the hostess and
is soon to be held there.
her husband, were;
Mr. and Mrs.
Noah Stingley, the Paul Reyere Frank Hurst, Mr. Morrison, an old ac
A. G. Adams left Tuesday for
quaintance of Iowa, Mr. and MrsC. W.
Fallbridge, where he expects to
buy a barber shop. The town is John Githens beat the brush last Seymour, Mrs. Margaret Schock, Elta
Monday and killed eight skunks and Schock, Clyde Schock and Gladys Car
located in Washington at the point
And now, Noah says penter.
where the crossing of the Colum a coyote.
the inrush of varmints is due to
Miss Vinnie Hewitt gave a chaf
bia is made by the Oregon Trunk ,'ounty division agitation. If that
party, Thursday evening, at
theory is correct, Noah is going to
the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
S. Phillips has the record for big
Likewise Heylman. Her guests were Miss
salmon this spring. Last week he after Nov. 5 this year.
the air in his vicinity will be thick Morrow,
caught a 30 pound one near River enough to cut
Moehnke. Mrs. Devore. Miss Tison,
Mill. The big fellow gave him a
Mrs Graham and Miss Erickson.
tough battle before lie was lauded.
Miss Hewitt is a charming hostess
The Palace Meat Market served
and everyone expressed thtmselves
salmon steaks to its customers that
as having spent a very enjoyable
"The- Lodge" at Cazadero which
was opened up a week ago Sunday
by Mrs. O. K. Humphrey and Mrs.
C. S. Allen is proving a popular
summev hotel. People looking for
recreation and rest can find no bet
ter place. The cuisine is excellent
and the accommodations first class.
Hon. George C. Brownell of Or
egon City has been secured to make
the principal address at the May
picnic of the Eagle Creek grange
to he held next Saturday, May 18.
Great preparations are being made
for the event. There will be en
tertainment of all kinds and a dance
at the new Elliott hall in the even
The dance given hy the Estacada
Amusement club at the Pavilion.
Saturday evening, was attended by
a good crowd.
Fine music was
furnished hy a five piece orchestra
and the floor management was in
F o r S a le .
charge of R. A. Duncan.
New single buggy and new sin an enjoyable event and H. M. Cruse
gle harness slightly used $65
of the promotora was congrat
__________ J. A. Somer. one
ulated for its success.
For Sale -House, * lots, f t , 200.
F. D. Hunt, traffic manager,
E. M. Valentine. Estacada.
Thomas Pumphrey, engineer, J.
For Sale - House and 2 lota in W. Hewitt, superintendent and
Terrace addition, dirt cheap. See
George L. Hale, freight inspector,
H. C. F.cklea.
all of the P. R. L. & P. Co. were
For Sale— A Schubert piano,
range stove, l>eds and other house here last Thursday looking over
hold goods. For terms. H. C. Eckles Estacada and arranging for im
provements the company is to make.
F r v r S-»|e- -Team horses, 7 years
i»M, anjnn ai*.| harness
Inquire The quartet railed at The Progress
I t ’ •• town
v f -Vi-.
S t o r r oflTi."
FOR L E A S E .— By the year, 40
acres of land, part improvtd; house,
barn and other buildings.
of L, C. Unger, Ellwood, Oregon.
I guarantee all work done.—
is as toothsome a dish as ever
was served- Try some of it and
you' 11 declare it the sweetest pork
you ever ate. A loin, a shoulder,
a ham or some chops will prove
equally delicious. It’s a sure thing
that oucc you try you'U often buy
Palace Meat Market
STANDISH & FURBECK
We Handle ONLY
Fruit & Farm Lands
MONEY TO LOAN
YOU have the MONEY and want L IM B E R
VYE have the LUMBER and want MONEY
To Serve Your Interests we have
in stock kilneiried flooring, ceiling, siding, finish, mouldings
and special material.
Rough at mill, $ 8 .0 0 per m
Dimension, sized, $ 9 .5 0 per m
Save the middle man’s profit by buying direct from the mill
GARFIELD LUMBER CO.
W . D. H A Y E S
k u r Station
PORTLAND O P P IC I
$2 a day
(10 a week
H E N R Y V . A D I X , M .D
P H Y S IC IA N A S U R G E O N
The Hotel Estacada
A L L MODERN CO N VEN IEN CES
One of the most delightful Resorts on the Coast
Local and Tourist Trade Solicited
OFFICE, ADJOINING RESIDENCE
Local and Long Distance Telephone
The doctor’a phone can be connected
with your home phone at night if re
quested. One long ring.
D r. L. A . W E L L S
D E N T IS T
PO R TLAN D , OREGON
Will be In Estacada on Fridays and
Saturdays. Appointments msy be
made with Dr. Adle.
f l j g ? ^ g i © s § 3 )(g$ 5 >c§ 5 >lc§S)<B 5 3 )s$ 3 )c$ 3 > g ^ ( ft
J O H N S T E IN E R . M. D
I Iron on
P hysi cia n
a S urgfon
Office in residence, next to I. O. 0. F.
Hall. Office Hours;
10 to 12 A. M., 7 to 8 P. M.
C L A U D E W. D E V O R E
Get out in the fresh air where it is
cool and pleasant.
Make ironing day
a different and better day.
You can do
A T T O R N E Y -A T -L A W
N O TA R Y P U B L IC
it with an
J. W. MILLER
All work guaranteed
The iron that needs no stove and is
kept always at the right temperature by
the electric current.
Let us arrange your porch for electric
It will cost very little, whether
you have the current in the house or not.
J. V. BARR
B L A C K S M IT H
It still it the old tUnd and willing In i
sny of the work in his lint
GIVE HIM A CALI
Phone for our representative, who will
give you an estimate with no obligation
Eeam Work and Hauling by
the Day or Contract
whatever on your part.
Portland Railway, Light
WOOD delivered in any quantity
or length, ist class 4 foot wood
slahwood delivered at $2.0« per
cord. 16 inch at $2.50 per load.
& Power Co.
W . M. YONCE
Seventh and Alder Sts.
Main 6 6 8 8 ,
g The Oregon Fire Relief Asso
ciation of McMinnville
with £242.000 reserves, solicits your
Jo h n B ro w n
G resh a m , Oregon
Buying is your business
Selling is ours
JO H N Z O B R IS T ,
Our lender Young Poik
Comes and makes us
W e have it, The Best,
at prices the lowest
G re s h a m . 5.13
Or leave word at this office
I also have the OREGON MERCHANTS
and BEAVER STATE INSURANCE COS.
We manufacture all kinds of Ceda
Shingles and are prepared at al
times to deliver the same. Alsi
to sell at the mil), having stock oi
hand at all times
A. KRIEGER & CO.
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Estacada A gent—A. Morrow
Reed & Sparks
Fine Millinery at j
d a l T e
0 . R. Jacobs
Repairing of All Kinds
Plumbing and Electric
Notice for Pubficotioo
They have It— good fresh vege
Department of th* Interior. S .r l .1 03265.
tables. Go and see them. Fred
L*nd elite® at Portland. Orefon. March l| .
Nolle® t® harabr riven that
E ST A C A D A PO U LTRY FA R M
For Sale.— Seed potatoes, Amer
William H . Sullivan
Baby Chicks, Stock and Eggs. ican Wonder and Burbanks.
pestofflce addraii la 230X F i r « Srrea
S. C. White Leghorns, S. C Black
land. Orefon did. on the 27lh day oi October
quire at The Progress office.
Ilia In tht* office Sworn Statement and Appl
Minorcas, S. C, Buff Orpingtons.
FOR S A L K .— Rubber tired sur
No. 03265. to porches* th* S W V S W R .
12 townahlp I aouth rar.te ♦ East Wlllamati
For Sale— Several of our horses,' rey cheap, in good condition
Idlen. and the timber thareon. under th* provt,
quire at my residence on Broadway,
A, Morrow & Son.
L. D. ALLLN, Proprietor
th* act of June 3. 1678. and acts amendatory,
A. J. Darling,
aa the Tim be r and Stona Law. " at such «
(Successor to Estacada Lumber & Manufacturing Co.)
Fat cattle wanted; the fattei the
mlfht be fixed bjr appraisement, and t h «. port
W a n t e d — Highest price paid
better.— See Fred Jorg.
rich application, tha land and timber therao
for eggs at the Palace Meat Market H aving purchased the yards and stock of the company and hav bean
topralsad. tbs Mmber astir— *1 K
ing added a complete stock from Portland and elsewhere, board feat al 50c par M and th* land $40.01
I have a scholarship in Behnk-
said applicant wtll offer final proof in suppwt
Walker Business college I will sell
we are prepared to furnish the public with
application and aworn statement on th* I Oth
A. MORROW & SON
for $60, or will trade for hay, hogs,
Jura. 1612. M o re tha » . « a l a r and Receiver
cow, wood or anything I can use on 1 •
J C I
Land Office, at Portland. Orefon.
An r caraon is « 'ibanr to patasai this pa
farm. Boy or girl can probably ' L IV P T y , t> 0 3 r d f j d l e 3 1 1 0
entry, or Ini Hat* a com a« « an? h i m
Anything you need, buy here.
work way through school.
p«*nt lisua* hr fU nc a corroborated affidavit
or see, A. M. Stephens, Garfield
E X C h in g t b ta b lC
, 1 , vn,-d 4 W-v tb-
M?tcr?e! of the B e s t
H. F. MIGer Rapt
jewelry work of all kind neatly
an id promptly done.— LaHatt.
Estacada Lumber Yard
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