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About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 3, 1912)
Standing oí the Contestants in
the $400 Piano Contest. Given
O id tis have been issued to Post
master Johnson, requiring him to
J F. L fivila'c left for Erstem I weigh and classify all mail to and
Published f«erv I|iur»d«> Mornioq at
by CRUSE BROS.
Oregon lo buy grain,
from Spriiiguater and to and front
H«l> Morton went to Portland Ivstacada rural route. Patrons are
C.. H. I. a I'OI.I.I I 1 !•. I 'litor >n.l Mgr. rettirninn Monday.
asked to be patient if mail Is a bit
late on account of the extra work.
at the roatcffice ln Fs raduta. Oregon
second class mail
Run where lie has received a po- This work is to continue 60 days
Another order of the postoflice de
s u b s c r ip t io n r a t e s
1 xition as carpenter.
partment is that newspapers must
One year .„
...........00 ; Mrs. J. S. McCurdy left Tuesday
Six months .................................... 50
I publish the names of their owners
for her home at Paola Kan, where
and stockholders and file sworn
ADDITION NEWS BRIEFS.
Thursday, October 3 , 1912
'she will spend the winter.
statett.cuts with the local postmas
Warren Barr went to Portland yester
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Yocum, ter and at Washington.
Vole ‘ *318 X Y es" that means'
day to arrange for a ball game here Sun
last Saturday a son, weight to'.,
Principal Ford of the Estacada day. Nick Williams of the Portland
schools is endeavoring to induce Northwestern may bring out a bunch.
A ll the candidates for president
A. W Botkin and Jerome Schultz business men to visit the schools
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jorg returned yes
ofess confidence in being returned i of Gai field, were among those who and make brief addresses once a terday from Portland where they attend
Taft talks most con- left for Portland Saturday, to be week. The custom was inaugurated ed the funeral of Mr. Jorg’s father, who
a w in n er,
died a few days ago at an advanced age.
gone a day.
fid en tly .
| by W . Givens, who spoke last week
Job Denning and Mrs Ollivant of Rose
The Misses Oussie Gitliens and and suggested that others be asked
Most encouraging are reports brought
burg, are here visiting Mr. Dennings
from the Roundup by Kd Saling, who
to appear and give their views. Mr. daughters, Mrs. Morgan and Mrs. W ill
campaigned for county division among Dalles where they will visit friends, Ford is encountering some difficul iams. Mr, Denning is 86 years old but
visitors from over the state. .Mr. Salim; j a few days.
ty in securing speakers, for the hale and hearty.
states that not one person declined to (
E. W . Bartlett combined pleasure business men modestly affirm they
vote f >r Cascade county. The only trouble
Thistles Blight Potatoes
is that many had not heard of the pro- j w ith business at Portland Monday are not speakers.
A unique theory is being ad
posed division, but said the\ hadn't read by ta k in g in the ball g a m e betw een next four weeks have been arranged
vanced for the cause of the blight,
tliu state voters pamphlet je t. The fact t„ e K„inis , lf , he tw o leagues.
which has affected the potato crop
” ‘ Cascade
’ c u y is the only measure
A. L. Bigelow, a member of the
The Womens’ Christian Tempe- in the Willamette valley this year,
ot the sort on the ballot, will attract fa
mounted police of Portland, accomp ranee Union met last Wednesday g onle nf the agricultural experts
anied by his wife was here visiting at the hom e of Mrs Emmett. After c]aini that the destructive fungus is
Ben Selling, republican candidate
his brother in-law, I. A. Botiney the regular routine of business, carrie(j py thistle down, blown
tor the U. S, Senate has completed
several interesting articles were read across the fields. It is urged that
a tour of the eastern section of the
Warren Barr who has been away for the good of the Union. These farmers and road supervisors should
state and is certain he will be elect-
meetings are conducted along the see to it that the thistles are mowed
ed He finds republicans, generally abo!,t six weeks v,siUl>« vanous
lining up for the ticket. He will ■ ,owns’
He lines of Mother’s meetings. Tw elve down before coming to seed. I f this
mothers were present. The next is done, it is said that the potato
spend some time in Central Oregon I "'orkei1 for 11 vvl“ le at Norlh Y a '
will be at the home of the blight will become unknown.
and the last two weeks of the camp-1 konlah «’hich he reports is quite
Pres. Mrs Inglish, on Wed. Oct
ign will be devoted to Portland and
At the meeting ofUtlie school 9th. This is to be an all day meet-1
School has begun with Miss Wilson
board. Monday evening, a few ad ing. A ll Mothers are invited.
C U V N LWS BRIEFS
(I ncorp 6 b * t k i >)
J L b l THE V tR V CUT
you want 1. what you ¿el uheu
you order meat from this market
Just the very quantity too. We
don't cut off u half a pound or so
ov er iu order to increase sales. We
don’ t have to. Our meats are so
well known that it keeps us busy
supplying the demand of regular
customers. But we have room for
y ou on the list.
Owing to the early issue of
The Progress this week, the
standing of the contestants for
two weeks, will appear in this
space next Thursday, Oct. 10.
See bulletin board at Cruse’s.
These beautiful fall days have
started the boys who dote on rain,
to moaning about the east wind
That ‘ ‘east wind” you hear so much
about, apparently is responsible for
about every ill. mental and physical
that flesh is heir to, if you believe
in the theory. It causes aching
corns, two-headed calves, single tax
the morning after feeling, warts,
hook worm, foreclosure of mortga
ges, torpid liver, panics, peanut
politics, obesity, emaciation, ring
spavin, poison oak, procrastination,
housemaids knee and pip.
A number of Pels organs are ham
mering a wav at F. M. G ill, since
the latter told the people in no un
certain language and showed it by
the single-taxers patron saint,
Henry George, that the ultimate
end of the propaganda is to make
all the land the common property of
all the people. I t is a socialistic
doctrine and no amount of sugar
coating, such as the single tax agi
tators attempt to use this year, will
make the pill any less bitter. Re
member this is wliat George tbe
single-tax apostle says: " It is a ve
ry easy tiling to sweep away all
private ownership of land and con
vert all occupiers into tenants of the
state by appropriating rent. It is
necessary only to tax land up to its
full value.” A s Gill properly says,
do you wish to hold ati empty title
to your land and pay a rent to the
state instead of tax ?
An effort was made to secure the as teacher.
ditional seats were ordered and bills
A p arty o f young people enjoyed a
were allowed. The high school Portland Northwestern league club social evening at the home o f Henry
registration is 46. nearly double
Johnson, during which games were
Sunday, but Manager Nick W ill | played.
Nick Scheel m arketed several fat
Fanton Bros ' shingle mill has iams said all bis men with the e x
resumed operations and will conti ception Pitcher Easterly and him-I steers at Sandy,
H. Joyner and his mother were at
nue ail winter. Better prices for self would leave before Sunday. Ed
shingles is responsible for reneved
The Rebeccas are planning
activity, Shingles are higher now
than they have been for four years. for a big time Hallowe’ en when an
Cruse Bros, piano contest is be entertainment, in keeping with the
coming more and more interesting. occasion, and a supper will he g iv
There are a good many contestants en at Odd Fellows hall and banquet
ia the field and the rivalry promises room. Committees are working out
to be brisk. T he plan will be e x the details and the affair promises
plained to anyone who calls at the to be a decided event socially.
Ed Saling. Bob Marchbank,
Archie and Harry Howell. Mort
Congdon, Bob Duncan were among
Estacadans who took in the Round
up at Pendleton. All agree that it
was the biggest and best e' er and
well worth seeing, even tor a west
T. F. Murray, R. P. Parker and
Aldermen Jones and Underwood,
returned Thursday evening from an
eight d a js outing in the mountains.
They landed 110 deer but caught
many fish. The trailers claim the
weather is too dry for deer, but su
fficiently wet for trout,
Peter Rath, road boss, is making
some good improvements on the road.
Henry Johnson hauled lumber from
There will be i> mission feast a t the
George church, October 6. Kveryuody
invited. The ladies w ill serve lunch at
Miss Irene Paulsen went to Portland
to accept a position.
Mrs. W. T. W right of Roseburg
Gus Jennsen was home on a visit.
stepmother of Mrs. L. E. Belfils
Frank Marshall is working for Mr.
and aunt of Miss Fanny Campbell Henderson.
who visiled here is the guest of Mr,
William Held secured some seed oats
j from Ed Miller of Viola,
& Mrs, L. E. Belfils.
Irene Hunt, daughter o f 1 Carl Rath is improving his place by
.t_ putting up . .. a wire c fence
along the road.
. „ ^
Mr. and Mrs. Scheel were guests of
P. R. L. & P. was here last week Mr anJ Mrg K|inker-
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ewing
FOR S A L E — 40 acres in Iilwood
and Mrs. Gertrude Grimm.
of N .E
3 acres improved
From a two acre patch oi potatoes F.
J, Harkenrider dug •-■ oq sacks, a good with house and barn, balance in
V ¡eld. The t»t»crs were all of excellent burnt timber, easy to clean practic'y
quality. The first half acre yielded 100 level and good water, Price $1500
Apply to C. E. Surfus, Elwood.
James D, Benson went to Port -1 Oregon.
land yesterday evening, to act as
Jewelry work of all kind neatly
best man at a wedding and is visit- ¡an- promptly done, L allatt.
FOR R E N T — Tw o 5 room cott
ing the Gresham fair today.
electric lights and
A. |. H am m er of W ap initia has been
Dr. A flix.
v isitin g F. J. D avis several d ays. He 1
will leave for home today.
Chris Johnson of George was in tables. G o and see them. Fred
town Tuesday on business.
. ^ ..
rw rx TT
Traffic Manager F. D. Hunt
Palace Meat Market
The Hotel Estacada
A L L M ODERN C O N V E N IE N C E S
D r . L. A. W E L L S
Local and Tourist Trade Solicited
D E N T IS T
PO RTLAND. OREGON
1 The Best Light At
I The Lowest st
§ ELECTRIC LIGHT is the most suit
§ able for homes, offices, shops and other
places needing lights, Electricity can be
used in any quantity,large or small, there
by furnishing any required amount of
light. Furthermore, electric lamps can
be located in any place, thus affording
any desired distribution of light.
No other lamps possess those qualifi
cations, therefore it is not surprising that
electric lamps are rapidly replacing all
others in modern establishments.
I Portland Railway, Light
4 Power Co.
A T T O R N E Y -A T -L A W
' , N O T A R Y P U B L IC
E stacad a, Oregon
J. W. MILLER
K X I'E K T HOKSBSHOKK
All work guaranteed
J . V. BARR
B L A C K S M IT H
li still at the old stand and w illirg to do
any of the work in his line
GIVE HIM A CALL
Team Work and Hauling
the Day or Contract
W. M. Y NCE
The Oregon Fire Relief A*so-
ciation of McMinnville
with f2.t2.ouo reserves, solicits your
The dance givcu by the committee of 1 will likely spend tile winter, return-
ladles last Saturday evening was »trend jng to Oregon in the spring. Mr.
ed by a large number of invited quest- Murrav will Irv to dispose of his
and proceeds of the «Hair went to tin .
. x . , »
, .... music whs furnished
, . . business and home at Oxford, K -
piano fund. The nuiMc
fore coming west.
He says he
by the Estacada nvh» ti.
1 hopes to spend no more winters in
The Duplicate Whist club met at the
home of Mr.
M ond ay
even in g
U -.rlM t,, ,,R ‘ M ,Udk' U/ St' w llere th e P™J>le
Two tables ,Urtici- are eiilier frying or freezing most of
' the time.
We deal in all kinds of building
material including Lumber, Lath,
Sash, Doors, Sand, Gravel, Lime,
Plaster, Brick. Cement, Etc. All
orders promptly filled.
J o h n B ro w n
G re s h a m . S I 3
Or leave word at this office
I also have the OREGON MERCHANTS i
and BEAVER STATE INSURANCE COS.
L U M K lX A A M i h U b B k s i w K l S I S
If Yo Are Going To Build
Dubois Lumber Co.
WOOD delivered in any quantity
or length, ist class 4 foot wood
slahwood delivered at $2.00 per
cord. 16 inch at $2.50 per load.
Seventh and Alder Sts.
C. E. DllBOIS, Manager.
be in Kstacada on Fridays and
Saturdays. Appointments may be
made with Dr. Adix.
C L A U D E W. D E V O R E
E IL E R S M U S IC H O U S E
oilers FREE, with the exception of cost of postage on papers ami cost of
the I’ nivr sitv FxUntion bulletin, to CITIZENS OF OREGON, forty UNI
VERSITY COURSES In MAIL. Ability to profit by the courses selected is
the only requirement lor enrollment in the Correspondence Department.
Courses art* offered in the departments of Botany, Debating, Economics,
F.ducition. Electricity, English Literature, English Com position, History,
Mathematics, Mechanic.il Drawing, Physical Education. Physics, Plivsiolo-
gv. Sociologv, and Surveying. Write to the Secretary of the Correspondence
School, I'mvers tv of Oregon. Eugene, for information and catalogue..
COURSES IN KFSIDENCE at the University prepare for the Professions
of ENGINEERING. JOURNALISM. LAW . MEDICINE, and TEACHING,
Fall semester opens Tuesday. Sept. 17 Address the Registrar for catalogues
descriptive ■: the College of Fngineeritig. the College of Literal Arts, the
Schools of Education, Commerce. Law, Medicine, and Music.
WOOD & LUMBER
One of the most delightful Resorts on the Coast
We manufacture all kinds of Cedar
Shingles and are prepared at all
times to deliver the same. Also
to sell at the mill, haviug stock on
hand at all times
Estacada A g en t— A.
A. MORKOW & SON
Livery, Board, Sale and
Reed & Sparks
0. R. Jacobs
The University of Oregon Correspondence School
A T TE N T IO N
Hunting and Fishing Parties
Local and Long Distance Telephone
ANYTHING YOU WANT IN MUSIC. SEE OUR LINE BEFORE BUYING
to t)e 1)cre>
Tile doctor's phone can tie connected
with your home phone at night if re
quested. One loug ring.
We claim to carry the best material and want to prove it
All of our No. 2 stock and better is kiln dried.
and piano solo by Mias ,]e
F R O PK 1 KTOR
Good rigs and carctul drivers always
OFFICH, ADJOINING RKSIDHNCR
LOOK AT OUR STOCK
G E T O U R P R IC E S
W. A. JONES
P H Y S IC IA N A S U R G E O N
The Estacada Lumber Yard
H E N R Y V .A D IX . M .D
Rachael R. ed. Games were played
until II o’clock. Light refreshments
Mr and Mrs. T. F. Mttrrav and
were served by the league committee, son "M ulligan” will leave soon for
headed by Miss Rachael R,cd.
I Oxford I 1 their home, where they
Feed 4 Sale
Local aud Long Distance Telephone
Sz a day
Phones: Main 6688,
Tom Morton returned Frtdaj
from a two’ months stay in Eastern
£ 5 ® <£$ 3 ©
Oregon and Washington, where he
was with a threshing crew. Crops
were delayed in harvesting, by
rains. Around Coltax the farmers
have just finished. Fred Bartho-
Fat cattle wanted; the fattei the
Striken wjth apoplexy, at his ranch lemew attended the Roundup and
j better.— See Fred Jorg.
in Springwater, Thursday or Friday of and will likely return here for the
For Sale— Rubber tired surrey
last week, brought to Estacada, Joshua winter.
Talk for Cascade Co.
Coyne, aged 65 , died hero Saturday
cheap, in good condition. Inquire
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Smith of
night, without regaining consciousness,
W ith A. E. Sparks at the wheel of Stewart at McCurdy Lumber &
lie was found lying on the floor of his Rosland, Wash., arrived Saturday
of his auto, Mayor J W. Reed, J. j Hardware Co.
house, where he lived alone, by J. J. and were taken to Garfield by Ed
S. McCurdy, Judge Bates and A 1
j can g x anything that is wrong
March bank, Friday.
ward Shearer to arrange for making Lindsey motored over to Canbv wj||j y0llr watch.— L allatt.
Coyne came from Scotland years ago
anil settled in Springwater. He was their home upon 7O acres ot fruit last Thursday and spent the day,
j guarantee aU work done. _
peculiar in that be wanted no friends land purchased not long ago from looking over the Clackamas fair and LaHatt.
and insisted that there should be no Charles Wonacott. The land has
putting in some good licks for Cas
funeral services over the remains of his four vear old growing apple trees ^
I W a n t e d — Highest price
cade county, among the big crowd
wife and two children, who have died
for eggs at the Palace Meat Market
and is one of the desirable pieces of
during the past twenty years. In con-
E. D. ALLEN, Proprietor
formity to his wishes no service was
T hey distributed a considerable j
NOTICK FOR PU BLICATION.
held at Springwater cemetery. His
J. C. Foster, an electrical en amount ot litetature and interviewed ;
Cinteli States Land Office, 134S Port
wife and son are buried there an I his
gineer ot Pittsburg, Pa. spent Sun a good many people, finding many land 154 List b o 03607, Portland, Ore.
daughter at Salem. He left a ranch of
60 acres partly improved. He has no day in Estacada inspecting the in the west part of the county fa August zo, 1913,
I want a Girl, etc.
T h e y w ere ■
Notice is hereby given that the N'ortli- A ll Alone
power plants and visiting at tile vorable to division.
heirs in this country so far as known.
At the Rag time Ball
home of Mr. and Mrs. J W. Antrim treated courteously by th ose w h o ern Pacific Railway Company, whose
Beautiful Isle of Love
Trolley Car Swing
Mr Foster is a tepresentativc of oppose division and considerably to 1 ***' " * cr
I Temptation Rag
,, has this 30th d ay of August 1913 filed in Dreams just Dreams
A delightful reception was tendered the Westinghouse Electric & Mfg their surptise they found a goodly , . _
, I , Take a Tip from Father
I Under the Tents, March
J tins office its application to select . under
by the Epworth League of the Meth.al- q 0 ¡„ c]large 0f ,]ie installation of number of Oregon City residents
G,e provisions of the A ct of Congress, Mysterious Rag
1st church, last Thursday cvenfhg, at ' ,
Some one else will if volt dont
electrical machinery in the new among them business men who'approved July 1, 1898 ¡30 Stat. 597. 630) | Moonlight Bay
Oiltl bellows to the High school students I
You'll do the same thing over again
I believe it no more than fair that the j as extended by the Act of Congress ap
and members of the faculty of the Es power plant at Bull Run.
: Honey Moon Love
proved May 17, 1906 the NK 1-4 SK 1-4 Red Rose Rag
tacaila schools. 1 he banquet room of|
I Honey Man
N. C. Jatinsen oi the Jannsen
Sec. 14, Twp. 2 Sou h, R. 5 East W. M.
the lodge was hcatifully decorated w ith ;
, Hands Up
Drilling Co. ot St.Johns isdrillitig a 1 chance at running their own govern
Any and all persons claiming adversely If you talk in Your Sleep
the school colors, green and white, in
the lands described, or desiring to object
terwoven in festoons with the color , f we 11 at EagleCreek and is prepared to
T h e p a rty retu rn ed b y w a y of ; because of the mineral character of the
the league, red and white. College move his machine into this section,
rtla n d , M r. M cC u rd y rem ain ing land, or for any other reason, to the dis-
pennants were also liberally used, the when needed. Some time ago a
H . M. C R U S E , M A N G .
wh.de room presentingapleasing sight. number of farmers m ar here were over to a tte n d to some busin ess P” ”-'1 «I'Pbcant. should file their affi
davits of protest in this office, on or be
The program included an address f
inquiring about a well drilling out- matters. The others reached Esta- fore the loth day of October J 9 U-
welcome by Rev. W. R. F. Hr. wne,
i:ada alxnit 3 o’ clock.
H. F . H ’ x b y , R egister.
pastor of the M. K. church; recitation. fit and if aoy of them desire 'to 111-
by Miss Abide S lit. ; vocal solo by Mrs te rv ie w Mr. Jannsen. they can do
Claude W. Devore: recitation l.y Mias | so th e la tte r p a rt of the w eek, for
J. Coyne, Pioneer, Dies.
L iv e ry ,
Repairing of All Kinds
Plumbing and Electric
This great institution opens its doors
for the fall sem ester on Septem ber 20 th
Courses of instruction include: General
j Agriculture, Agronom y, Animal Hus-
! bandry, Dairy Husbandry, Bacteriology
Botany and Plant Pathology, Poultry
Husbandry, Horticulture, Entomology,
j Veterinary Science. Civil Engineering,
Electrical Engineering, Mechanical En
gineering, Mining Engineering, High-
; way Engineering, Domestic Science,
i Domestic A rt, Commerce, Forestry,
| Pharmacy, Zoology, Chemistry, Physics
Mathematics, English Language and
! Literature, Public Speaking. Modern
Languages, History, art. A rchitecture,
Industrial Pedagogy, Physical Educa-
! tion. Military Science and Tactics, and
Catalogue and illustrated literature
mailed free on application. Address:
| Registrar, Oregon A gricultural College
i Corvallis. Oregon.
Head Office Broadway, Phone Main 103
School Year Opens September 20lH