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E STA CA D A
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' Six norths
Thdudav, May 23 , 1912
G rsduatin eyercice* of Estacada hi;,h
school i ’ a :h enjoyed - Program
reflects great credit.
Before an audience which packed
'the M. lv church to tile do, i s I
graduating i x rcises of the Estaea
da High school were held last hri-
day evening. The musical program
was an especially pleasing li ature
The participants gracious! c re
sponded to encores. The instru
mental features were a quartet,
piano, violins and cello by Miss
kcliar, 1 red Ilotner, Mr, and Mrs.
Aue; a trio Mr. and Mrs Aue and
Miss kellar. the first number, a
serenade by Widor, being delight
ful: a piano solo l>y Miss k .. haei
Reed, showing wonderful cotnaiami
•of the piano. The vocal features
includes! a ladies quartet, Mrs
•Devore and the Misses Nina Tayloi
Myrtle Woodle and Rachael Reed
and two solos by Fred Horner,
His mat number was Schumann's
' “ Two Grenadiers."
Ze'ca Coope, a member of tin
graduating class delivered ati oration
on “ A New View of the Farm" in
which he presented the admin!ages
■ of education in* the agricultural
schools. He- pleaded for instruction
•of the >mrng, rather than the re
tirenrent Irom tlie city of mature
people who sought seclu. ion in the
l ’rof. F I) Ressler of the" O A
C. faculty, delivered an excellent
•extemporaneous talk ou the pui-
jx ses of farm life and tire srientifh
• development of resources. Hetrrged
«ur»-f- the young the duty one owes
to society to become a producer
ralber than a parasite and cited
J. \V. Reed, chairman of the
school board presented diplomas in
a neat speech. Rev. W. R. F.
Browne invoked Divine assistance
and the program concluded with the
benediction by Rev. A. A. Darling.
E d w a r d s B o y D ies.
Four weeks to a day from the
• date -when' bis sister expired, Ro-
• bert Edwards, aged i . i sou of Mr
and Mr: Calvin Edwards, died al
the family residence of typhoid
pneumonia. The hoy was taken
sick shortly after the funeral of his
during his illness
said he could not recover. The
• disease hud practically run its course
but his heart failed its functions.
The funeral was held Sunday at 4
o’clock, a large crowd attending
Rev. \V. Givens was in charge
There were many Powers. There
survive, the parents, two brothers
and a sister.
ESTACADA WINS IN NINTH
Usine ,<U is giv«.n s fui le extended
adVt-rl is: t’g in a reat booklet iswicil
r>l Cluiinsyillc tu I le 1 “ li I. N I’. Co. ’ ì low lo
Menili«!* of ilio junior l ’ u'S ol
.y.is in t n v n S u liiiil» ) '
The the Kstacvula Itigli >< ho*>l, wen*
I\»filami l»\ Trolley
Mi-s M i
McWillis is visiting book is a vest-pocket size mal lias guests at a progressive dinner party
? pages with an attract ivo-cova i in given in their honor liv Mesdames,
V is' bua Ihdiglass of Lagle (Tetk
It is la in g givi II wide cir J. I*. \Vnotile, 1 . \V. Retd, F. J,
Mts Bhckiev. a Hai,mi
a \ \\ nil her sister foi ¡dilution, especially among visitors liarkenrtder, K M Standisti ntrd
Portland. A cut of the Hotel H V. Adix, Tuesday evening.
is among the illustrations The affair was in five courses ser-
At the Family theatre tonight
ami tom<>: row night three fine films, , 1 'w hook is the work of \\ T ved 45 minutes apart. The voting
"N \e!\ aral Nr: ’ " 111 .,cksiniihs Buchanan of the publicity depart jieople, cnaperoned by Mr. and ^
Mrs C. W. Devore, began the 1
l.o v e
and a two subject reel. |
Memori »1 services in which lioth dinner at the Wnodle home, thence
Biilys M ini ge ’ and “ Flower
Christian went to the Reed resilience, thence!
at the to the Harkeurider home, thene-e to ■
The dance given by the Garfield
the home of R M. Standish and
C" ntitv club last Saturday evening
finally to Mrs. Adix residence, I
was well attended. Good tnu.sic
where after games were played, i
l.ut to the enjoyment.
pastor of the M. E church, will the last course was served. A flash- j
The Estacada Amusement Co.
preach. Chorrs of both churches light picture by Dr Adix, con
will give another of its popular
eluded a delightful event. Those !
will furnish special music.
dunces at the Pavilion Saturday
present: Misses l for is Lovell, Nina I
evening June i.
State Grange meeting at Rose-burg, Taylor, Myrtle Woodle, Rachael
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Wooster
where he was a delegate. Mr. and Reed
have returned from Portland where
Mrs. E <1 Clustier of Spring water Messrs Zelca Coop, Milton Evans, j
they visited a week. Mr. Wooster
The grange took M Woodle, H. Fellows and H j
has practically recovered from hi'
strong grounds against the single Morgan.
i ecent illness.
tax idea. C. E. Spence was re
C. L Allen was 74 years old last
Eil Boner and John Erwin went elec s e d state master and II. A.
and celebrating the event
fishing near headwaters of Kagh I Durnall lecturer; Mrs. Mary L
he invited the members of hi:
Creek and landed 5 t trout. They
How aid, secretary.
Mr. Spence j ialniiy #nd grwhlchlldren t0 a fine
re irl the fish rising well to a fly.
,nd Mrs. Howard are Clackamas dimu;r which was Krved by M fs.
F. E. Seeley, foreman of The
. county people.
Allen. Twelve plates were laid
Progress office, left for Portland
R. \\ . Cary returned from a and an enjoyable day and evening
Monday, to be gone until July i. in
week's trip to Shepherds Springs spent.
The sons and daughters
the interest of county division.
Superintendent T, J. Gary ar- j brought presents for the hosts,
Beginning next Sunday the gen rived today atid will be the guest of j Only two of the children were ab j
iral delivery at the post office will Prof James.
j sent, S. 1 ). Allen of Missoula Mont |
close at S 30 A. M. instead of 9 as James Smith and Ennis Townsend a,’d Miss Anna Allen, who is teach
heretofore on Sundays.
returned from Sandy where they ' Qfi at Elwoud.
W. A Jones took a party of fish went to look up a location.
ermen into the mountains 33 miles
A rush of job work and the ab-
J he grade teachersof the b.staca-
from here, last week, the party suice of a printer two days makes da school surprised Prof and Mrs.
returning Monday evening. About The Progress late this week.
H. M. James Monday evening,
50 trout were lauded.
when they appeared at their home
carrying lunches and announced
Father Martin of Portland, held
New single buggy and new si
they proposed to spend the evening
Catholic services at the home of F. gle harness slightly used $65
with them. They were made wel
J Harkeurider, last Sunday. Mass
come. It had been the original
was celebrated, and many local
A good Jersey cow for s a l e — Six
intention to hold a picnic at the
years old and Desli. J. A. Upton
park, but rain prevented. Bridge
Tile Ladies Aid Society of the Estacada.
whist was enjoyed, concluded by
M. E Church will give an ice cream
For Sale— House and 2 lots in refreshments. Those present were
social at tile I O. O. F. hall, Frt- Terrace addition, dirt cheap.
Mrs Altman, Mrs. Graham and
:ay May 31. The society will meet K. C. Eckles.
the Misses Hewitt, Moehnke and
For Sale - A Schubert piano,
with Mrs, Howard James. Wednes
range stove, beds and other house Erickson
day May 29 at 2 30 o'clock.
hold goods. For terms. H. C. Eckles
Warren Barr, who recently sold
For Sale- Team horses, 7 years
W A N T E D —Strawberry pickers.
is ten urns a mile from town to a old, wagon and harness.
Inquire Inquire of P. F. Standish.
Mr. Dicker,s’ of Portland, left Mori of Mrs. A. Perry over Drug Store.
day for Denver
He may spend
the summer there, if not, he will
Measures Taken Scientifically
return to Estacada.
W E P A Y EXPRESS
M r Bob" a comedy in two acts
Garments Made Accurately
will be presented at the Eatniiv
Theatre, Saturday evening by the
junior class of the High school.
The cast is well selected and the
play will be given with credit
CITY NEW S BRIEFS
Our fender loung Pork
is as tocthsim v 1 dish as ev«r ;
Try some of it ami
you'll dei 1.ne il 1 he sweetest |>olk
you i v i r ate
A loin, a shoulder,
a hum or some chops will prove
It's a sure thing
that once you try you II often buy
Palace Meat Market
J W. Reed Raney Craw ford and
lid win Bates delegates to the state
Odd Fellows convention and Mrs.
E. E Haling and Mrs
Yonce, delagtes to the Rebekahs,
left Monday for Pendleton. They
are expected home today or to
The Hotel Estacada
A L L MOD ERN C O N V E N I E N C E S
One of the most delightful Resorts on the
estacada ok sii it
O F F I C E , A D JO IN IN G R K ttID R N C R
Local and Long Distance Telephone
T he d octor’s phone can l»e connected
w ith your home phone at n igh t if re
quested. One long ring.
Dr. L. A. W E L L S
D E N T IS T
be in Estacada on F rid a )s and
Saturdays. Appointm ents m ay l>e
made with Dr. A d ix.
© C § © C § 3 > « ^ C i © f f i ^ I ®* 8 )®§ 3 >«$ 3 >«§ 3 > C § 5 ©
Get out in the fresh air where it is
cool and pleasant.
Make ironing day
a different and better day.
You can do
JO H N S T E IN E R . M
P h y s ic ia n & S u r g k o n
Office in residence, next to I. 0 . Q.
Hall. Office Hums:
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 T O R N EY -A T -LA W
N O T A R Y P U B L IC
E sL n cn d a , O reg o n
it with an
J. W. MILLER
K X PK R T HOKSKSHOUR
All rvork guaranteed
. T h e iron that needs no stove and is
kept always at the right temperature by
J. V. BARR
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.
B L A C K S M IT H
Is still i t the old stand and willing to do
any of the work
in his line
G IV E HIM A C A L L
Phone for our representative, who will
you an estimate with no obligation
team 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
slabwood delivered at $ 2.09 per
cord. 16 inch at $2.50 per load.
& Power Co.
W. M. Y0\CE
Seventh and Alder Sts.
SNYDER AND NORTH
with (242.000 reserves, solicits your
a e s - 's s a s e i ä s s e B S
is your business
The Oregon Fire Relief Asso
ciation of McMinnville
iczœ erK r: as -
P0 KTI.A N D n e r i c a
P O R TLA N D . O REGO N
s a s a s a s .« »
MONEY TO LOAN
Local and Tourist Trade Solicited
CA ZA D ERO .
Fruit & Farm Lands
P H Y S I C I A N <* S U R G E O N
H E N R Y V .A D IX .M .D
Call and see our line of Spring!
Mo Handle ONLY
B u ild in g.
George Eppvrsou of Cascade
precinct was here Tuesday. Mr
Epperson conies from a precinct
where countv division is much,
discussed. He believes the project
will carry and is enthusiaslicallv
S rA N D IS H M U R B E C K
B row n
G re sh a m , O reg o n
Gresham . 513
O i leave word at this office
I also h ave the OREGON MERCHANTS
and BEAVER STATE INSURANCE COS.
Alderman and Mrs Al Lindsey
retimed Sunday from Timber, Oie.
where Mr Lindsey went recentl
We manufacture all kinds of Cedar
to take the fortnianship of a saw
There was a V'Ulig in ill rallied ttrill
Shingles and are prepared at all
mill. Conditions at the mill wen : 2
W h o pitched I r t ie K Worden M ill,
times to deliver the same. Also
| unsatisfactory and Mr. Lindsey j „
hut, near the close of the ¿mine,
to sell at the mill, having stock on.
U t ided to return home.
Theii | Sj
H is soup-hone w ent lame;
hand at all times
He was heat up ju-t til to k ill.
•natty friends are glad to have them
Sailing along on downy beds of back.
ease Mr. Brill of the Kcyslon
Neil Bronson narroyvly escapee j y
Woolen Mill was rudely jarred Sun
-----PR O P R I E T O R -----
lions if not fiitaUnjnry last week .0
Estacada Agent A. Morrow
day afternoon, when our pallid he it River Mill, where.he is working j $
roes tell upon him in the 1 ‘st two A huge i,,.;r d m eii with a sledge $ in s,o ck kilndried flooring, ceiling, siding, finish, mouldings
rounds and skinned him out of a suddenly projected from its bed and |
; and special material.
victory, 7 to 6.
striking Neil in tlie forehead, cut a I
Roaqh at mHl, .$8.00 per m
I p to the fatal eight, when his deep gash and knocked him uncon
troubles began, he was all to tile scious. A physician attended him
Dimension, sized, $ 9 .3 0 per m
good, but he woblPed and his pals rnd although lie is recovering rapid
•' Save the middle man’s profit by buying direct from the mill
wobbled with him and the damage lv. he sutlers dizzy spelts at in
■ was done. Hans Von Sclutll/, our ten als.
Repairing of All Kinds
11) i.it’ll « rg gra.l1 smote him t Ilf
Pupils of the vigth grade took
Numbing and Electric
M<>\v l 'mt put ■ >u the lini sllillji
the teach« rs examination this yviel ’ J O H N Z O B R I S r ,
vv. D. H A Y E S S j
!<>’.it lu s . 11 .Ills' yvliaek «.irne w lu ii
and an ex ttni i iti.ci of the paper-
t « l) Wt 1rc g<:dio. the score (> to f)
hy Supei iirtendeiit Gary and Super
ag. 11 usi ns nrid 1>vo E'tiioailar IS on
visor Anderson, showed they ali
He liia.slnd one JliSl
Jewelry work of all kind neatly
Notice for Public «it ion
They have it good fresh vege-
passed. It is s aid to he a record in
Olid and Fit her ('»teller C.ii)
an ' promptly done.— La Halt
tables. Go and see them. Fred
| Dejartment of the interior. Serial 03265. U. S.
the county. There are ten in the
land office at Portland. Oregon. March 18. 1912.
Leviticus and Dr. Simmons ti irkVd
class. Cue of the members tailed E S T A C A D A P O U L T R Y F A R M
Notice is hereby fciven that
alhyvatt the platter, amid the yip'
Seed potatoes, Amer
William H. Sullivan
Baby Chicks, Stock and Eggs.
on arith’etic. the only nii.scuc of th
<>1 the populace.
j whose tostc file* address is 230H First Street Port-
md. Oregon, did, on the 27th day of October. 1911,
quire at The Progress office.
Only two run-, were earned, that
I Minorcas, S. C, BtifJ Orpingtons.
file In this office Sworn Statement and Application.
N D32tr- to rur hate the S W '4 S W K . Section
of Townsend yy ho doubled and Cap
Fat cattle wanted; the fatte:
he rev cheap, m good condition
12. • vnsh.f I scuth range 4 East. Willamette Mer
^ J m l JorR
l.i vil who singled and were scored I Her L lat.»err, who d.c.l rn Esta -1
idian. and the lim ler thereon, undei the provisions of
quire ai my residence on Broadway,
the act of Jure 3. 1878 ar.i acts amendatory known
Next Sunday Estacada cada last winter, leavi g an oMate
A. J Darling.
ï ran fix anything that is wrong •f.
as the "Timber and S*one Law. " a1 such value ar.
(Successor to Ksincacia Lumber ¿v Miimif.icturin^ Co i
play s Springyvater at Spring water worth pi-tliaps <4 1 r<> arrived from
( . __
• • w il kpvmaameni and tkai pmtmm
with your watch.— L a lla n
Everybody go, for our old lineup New Zealand Monday and visited
for e g g' it the I’.dace Meat Market H aving purchased the yards and stock of the c o m p a n y and h a v - 1 ,uc''a:,;ica’ rn-,h* tand in1 ,l,r‘ *r
« r ra » !
«Unbar «srlmawd 140 000
the ranch in Ge >rge
will be on hand. The score:
tng added a complete stock irom Portland and elsewhere,. ’.■«rtf««« 50cr«ry -nd th. i . m jao.oc n,«
R. It. K he had a conference with Admini
we are prepared to furnish the public with
T J Z Z L lr Z V*
A. MORROW \ 5 0 $
FO R T R A D E Wv bn*lness, but
Estacada 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 7 4 12 strator William i\'altoo:i and At
K W Mill - 0 2 1 0 0 3 0 0 0-6 4 7 torney C. W. Devore and the estate not the building. Trade even for
Any peTson Ir at liberty to rrotott tl.is puirhas#
Batteries Smith. Bronson and will soon be s« tiled. This is Mr. land near E'tac.rda. Rent f r o a
j before ontry cr initiate a contest at any time before
A n j thinjf you jiccd, Imy here.
Bronson and Townsend; Brill and Clau* ii s ; h : trip t tbe United I month, with year's lease. What
| patent issues by fifine a corroborated affidavit in th:*
Itupire N. Bronson
States “ d he is much inter-sted
have von’ Jeff’s I.ittle Restaurant, F 'TACADA
OREGON P r i c o s R i g h t
M aterial of the Best * "
Stage grand tia tin" ¿ally and o v erw l elm
K cyston W oolen *, a lte r bring
apparently liop e'essly beaten
S e llin g
Y OU have the MONEY and want LUMBER
WE have the LUMBER and want MONEY
i o S e r v e Y ou r In te r e s ts we have
GARFIELD LIMBER CO.
and makes u s |
wish for '
A. KRIEGER & CO.
W e have it. The Best,
at prices the lowest
Reed & Sparks
Fine Millinery at
Estacada Lumber Yard
Livery, Boeird, Sale and
ALL KINDS OF BUILDING MATERIAL