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E S T A C A D A . O R E G O N . T H Ó r s o 'A
ESTACADA STATE BANK
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After Harvest, «« Ring
When you have squared away for the fall, why not nuke
yourself or your wife or girl, a present of a
Solid Gold Ring, With or without Jewel
W e have them, all sorts,aftd at prices that will surprise you
W e buy direct from Manufacturer, thus saving you Jobbers’
Anything in a Good Timepiece?
Our line gives you a big selection. And we have some
Second Hand watches, which we will sell for the repair
A full line of Optical Goods
Estacada Jewelry Company
A Cut Price Sale
On D in n e r sets the re g u la r
$5.50 G o o d w in -M e re n o fo r
Each set has 48 pieces and your choice
Ornament for your Table
W E H A V E A B IG S T O C K O F W A L L P A P E R A T
L O W P R IC E S T O R E D U C E S T O C K .
M A N Y OTHER
Fine line of 9 x 12 Rugs also smaller
Rugs. We meet Portland Prices.
ESTACADA FIRMIERE CO.
W . D. and L. M. Henthom, Proprietors
Odd Fellows Building
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BABIES ENTERED FOflTHE SHOW
OREGON CITY UNE IS SOUGHT
Clean Lip Sale on
Electric mnjr he ia deal.
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State Superintendent Alderman
and Superintendent Gary will be in
attendance at the District fair and
Baby show which opens next Tues
day morning iu Kstacada. H. M
James who has charge of the local
fair states there have been a ntim
her of entries for the baby show
and there will he others. T he e x
hibits for the fair proper will likely
be numerous, for there is much in
terest taken by school children
throughout the district.
There will be a basket picnic at
Kstacada park, at which the two
superintendenta and the Oregon
City doctor, who ia to judge the
babies, will be guests. There will
likely be speechtnaking.
CAPITAL •i $25,000
f t A TEAK
DISTRICT IJUil READY
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A U G U S T 23. 1912
the respect referred to. The third
leg is located back of the Other two
and is not used iu locotaotion. A p
Exhibits to be installed for
parently it does not interfere with
the lifej liberty and pursuit of hao-
piuess of the pullet, who scratches
its share of food and hustles with
A U trn u m
the wild abandon of the average Would connect electric line fresn Pert 100 doz. womens $1. 1.50&$2.
Swp«rintei*a«nt Gary t « b* U r a far
lead te Eugene Northwestern
Only Paper In
Babies up to four years will be
shown. Medical standards of weights
and measures will be used in deter
mining the prize baby who will be se
lected at each of the ten district lairs
these to compete at the Oregon
City fair, the winner of that to be
sent with the mother to Salem Sep.
2. expenses paid by the Oregon City
On next Tuesday fairs are to be
held at Sandy and Logan. T he su
pegintendents will cover all three
the same day.
James invites everybody to attend
the fair which will be held in the
building, three doors south of the
Progress office. A room will be in
readiness for use ot the exhibitors
Deer During a H unt
R. M. March and E. S, Womer,
returned Monday evening from a
live days hunt in the mountains
pear Roaring River, 18 miles from
here, where they *afl Mallard Loo
ney and H. B. Sarver of Garfield,
shot four deer.
During the first three or four
days rain was continuous so the
men did not leave camp. Sunday
morning they were iu the field early
and before the day closed had bag
ged a buck each. The deer were
plentiful. There are few hunting
parties in that sectioa. Alderman
Jones and several friends expect to
leave for that conntry this week.
ASK I I SEE ESTAGABA C U T
F. J. Harken rider .s a d . »ample, from
hi. depoMt to b it company who
w ill moho teal*.
Great interest has been aroused
by the announcement in The Prog
ress of the discovery by F .|. Hark-
enrider of a clay deposit on his farm
near the city. Mr. Harkenrider
received a letter from the manager
ot the Woods Distilling Co. at
I.innton. asking him to ship a
sample ot the deposit, which may
prove to be pottery or fire clay, and
offering to handle the product if it
A shipment of too pounds was
scut and Mr. Harkenrider. tn a few
days, will take other samples for
testing at pottery works around
Portland. A s to the suggestion of
the Woods Co. to ship the product
in the raw state, Mr. Harkenrider
Is iuclincd to the policy of establish
ing a pottery works in Kstacada, to
give emjiloyment to men. A s soou
as the tests have been completed,
announcement will be made There
is little question that a company
can lie formed to handle the output
providing it proves valuable.
Three legged chicken ia
a Curiosity at Schmidt’*.
Devore abandon* hi* diet
of Banana* and Baled Hay. founded on good authority U to the On sale till Saturday Aug. 31st $3 00 value at
effect that the Southern Pacific is
negotiating, with some prospects of
success, with the P. R. L ¿k P. lor
the purchase of the O. W. P. divis
ion of the latter, which includns the
Kstacada line from Portland.
The S P. wants the Oregon City
line to counect the electric liue now
being built from Kugene to Port
land and it is said the P. k . L .& P .
doesn't care to sell a part of its O.
W. P. division, leaving ou its hands
th : waterfront property in Portland
the Oaks Amusement park, the line
to Kstacada and the line to Fair-
view and Troutdale. So if a deal
is made, it is expected the entire
division will be transferred
Recorder Jlevore ia autwisting on real
food now. Mr». Devote ia home, having
returned from California, last Saturday,
W hile ibe was away ahe waa aliaent
nearly three months— the Recorder
whose culinary attainments are somr-
what limited, decided upon a diet, which
he adhered to strictly twice a day right
livery evening he bought a half dozen
banana* ami carried them home iu his
pocket to mix with a portimi of a half
cord of silo, he stored in the psutry.
Over this he poured a pint of cream and
for ninety days he inhaled this at break-
t. For supper he varied thè aionoto
ay by m ixing cracked wheat filth bana
nas and bnthing same ia m ilk. He took
dinner at the hotel and Col. I.ahrty finds
a deficit whenever he figure* out tie-
One day a neighbor's ben cackled out
in the Devore woodshed. A »seek or to
later, the Recorder found an egg. He
gingerly dropped it into a pan at water
and cooked it. Then he Irretì it at sup
per and astile from a dream »1 running,
a poultry farm, no ill effects were notice
able. The next morning, hack to the
banana and bran mash and so on until
Mrs. Devore arrived and cooked tome
real borne grown food. The dishes, ac
cumulated the |*at ninety days, were
washed last week by two women hired
to clean house before Mrs. Devore re
A t the home of Mayor and Mrs.
W. Reed, last Friday evening,
their nineteenth wedding anniver
sary was celebrated qnietly. Mr.
and Mrs. A . 8 . Sparks, Mr. and
Mrs. H. M. James aad the Misses
Oakley were present a t the dinner
aad a w ea l haur at cards followed.
Mrs, H- .M.- .Janus, was hostess,
Tuesday a I ter noon to a number of
her lady- friends at her home on
Upper Main street in honor of the
Misses Oakley of Seattle. Tw elve
were present aud enjoyed cards and
a lunch which concluded the affair.
Present were: Mesdames, A d ix, Me
Curdy, Sparks, Reed, Belfils, Cur*
rin, Yocum, K. K. Sating, Lindsey,
C , Sating, and the Misses June
and Mary Oakley.
One of the most enjoyable parties
of the season was held Friday eve
ning. August 9, at the home of Mr.
C. R. Lovell, where his two daugh
ters, Doris and Della, proved royal
hostesses. Three tables at ".too"
competed, first prises being won by-
Mrs. R. H. Currin and Mr. E. K
Sating. Those present: Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Kitching. Mr. and Mrs
C. C. Sating. Mr and Mrs. K. H.
Currin, Mr. and Mrs. K Iv Saling
Messrs C. R. Lovell and Paul Lo
This rumor, follow in g close on the
bombardment o f the city council by the
Northwestern Electric Co. o f San Fran
cisco, which seeks a franchise to com
pete with the P. R. L. A P. in light
and power appears to connect the
Southern Pacific with the entire project
Tire Portland council has turned on the
P. R. L. A P. and paused several dras
tic ordinances, tending to cripple the
company, 3 cent straphangers fare, 60
cent minium fu r g s » and electricity and
an owl car nertfre. Also it has ordered
printed the M ortwestern Electric Co’ »
ordinance, prop aging passage of the or
(finance granting franchises. T h ere’s
strong indication that the tw o deals are
hooked up and with the millions behind
the 8, F. the coup may be successful.
The P. R. L. A P. in the past six
years has put back into improvement
o f its plant, practically all it haa made,
as well as several millions for sale o f
bonds. It has paid big taxes and been
d w b ig facto r m development o f this
section. The sale to the S. P. won’ t
help this country naoch, judging by the
past record o f the S. P. which bottled
A t Special price of
Clean lip Price on Books on how to make
good pictures 25c. each.
Mens $2.00 Special
$, 0° C lean u p prices on
Girls 75c. Special
Steel R anges.
Estacada Merc. Co.
T H IS W E E K w e s h a ll a g a in o ffe r
som e r a r e Specials tn th e g ro c e ry dept.
such as . . .
1 lb. can reg. 75c. special
II 1-2 lb “ 44 40c. 44
Glad is Duboise is visiting grandma
and grandpa, Mr. and Mrs, John Ha
Mr. Bateson will leave for .(Salem
Monday. Where he intends to stay a
fe w days on business.
Rev. Jocelyn o f Canby preached an
excellent sermon last Sunday.
$1 .0 0 T O $ 2 0 .
0 * « ° n for so many years.
Mr. C ra ft was taken to the Oregon
City hospital last Saturday, where he
w ill undergo an operation fo r appen
Lea & Perrins Worcestershire sause 35c. special 27c. bottle.
Mica A xle grease 3 lb. can. reg. 25c. special 3 cans for 65c.
L on g’s Jams and Jellies special 9c. a glass.
A 20 ac. tract o ff the old mill pro
perty was sold last week.
Mr. Simpson and brother-inlaw o f
Portland spent last Sunday with Conrad
Call Main 59 and secure our prompt delivery service.
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Everyone is busy, harvesting being
completed. The George Threshing Ma
chine company began operations, W ed
nesday at C. A. Johnson’ s farm. The
yield ia good and the quality o f the
grain practically up to standard.
A number o f G eorge young people
are in the mountain* 0 « a vacation trip.
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The Home of Quality
Fifty Dollars, C C A
in Real Gold, Free y d "
A delightful social affair was the
Miss Edythe Buchok o f Portland ia
dinner and ’ ’500" party, given last visiting her sister. Mrs. Henry Smith.
Monday evening at the home of
Much interest is being taken in the
Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Saling in Cur- forthcoming Garfield Country cfati
Some one Purchaser, buying from us a Henney
rinsville, in honer of the Misses dance, August 31, and a goadfcr number
will receive the above amount, just as soon as we
Mary and June Oakley of Seattle, will attend fro m thin section.
sell nine more Jobs.Some one will get a Buggy for a
Meta Jregb hith o f Alemeds. Cal., is
who are visiting their sinter Mrs.
visiting his cousins Chris and Henry
J. W. Reed. T h e company drove
to the ranch borer of the hostess
W e have not advanced our prices to meet the
and were served at 7 o’ clock, with
amount to be G i v e n
a delicious six course dinner, pre
pared by the hostess. Following
tlie repast three tables of five-huml-
I)o you contemplate planting an
rid were played, honors goiuK to
If you contemplate
orchard this fall? If so, why
Mrs. A. K. Sparks and Mr. K. H.
not let me sell you the trees?
a Buggy, get in on this . .
Saling. Mrs. L K. Belfils. at the
Your interests are mine along these
lines ami I am vitally interested
piano, contributed to the enjoyment
On Sash & Doors, we carry a Full Stock of all Standard
in seeing good trees and trees
of the occasion. The splendid hos
Sizes. Manufacturers have advancaed the price, but W e are
pitality of Mr. and Mrs. Saling
was never more enjoyablv in evi
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dence and the company remained
planted in this district. For this
late. Those- present: Mayor and
Don’t you want Screen D o o r s ? ....................
reason 1 investigated the“ True to
Mrs J W. Reed. Mr and Mrs. I.
Name” Nursery of Hood River.
E. Belfils. Mr. and Mrs. A. K 1
Ore., before undertaking to sell
* any of their stock and I found
Sparks. Mr. and Mrs II. M. James,
Keep them out of your house by putting up Screen
them thoroughly reliable in
the Misses. Mary and June Oakley >
Windows and Doors.
of Seattle, ar.d G . K LaFoll.-tte
S m a ll A m o u n t o f Cash
O u r P rices a re v e ry low
Flies a re a G re a t P est
Manager Hcyiman o f Boner’* (heater
A three-months old pullet car will encourage amateur* in their a m -1
bition ih try the stage. He has set a*sle
rying excess baggage in the form
Wednesday and Saturday evenings o f
of a third leg. is attracting much each week, when any person who ran !
I interest at the farm of Henry act. recite, sing or ilaiv-e or any nam
j Schmidt at George. The chicken ber who desire to put on • playlet will
is one of a brood hatched out at tlie be given a chance. They may apply to
him any time. Three reels o f moving
farm, none of the brothers and sis-
picture* will be shown each evening as
tpts o f th e fo w l, b ein g abnorm al jn
Whv »pend time and money on
f*ir good tree», when A No. I
tree» can lx hail tor the same
price that are guaranteed True td
Name and arc »ilao grafted from
tlie 1>e»t producing strains in
W rite or call me up for prtccs on
Apples, Pruues and Pear».
PHIL F. STANDISH
ESTA CA D A ,
We are making a Cut on Paint Prices
Remember the Yellow Front Emporium and Get the Habit of
Buying at Estacada.
McCurdy Lbr. & Hardware Co.