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CITY NEWS B R IE fS
JUST THF RYE UCT
you want is what yon get when H E N R Y V . A D / X . M . D
you order u h at from this market. P H Y S I C I A N A S U R G E O N
Just the very quantity too. We
aioli't eut off a half a pound nr so O FFIClf, ADJOINING K K S 1 DBNCB
over ¡11 order to increase sales. We
Local and Long Distance Telephone
don't have to. Our meats are so The doctor’s phone cun lie connected
well known that it keeps us busy with your home plume at night if re
supplying the demand of regular quested. Oue long rinx.
ciistuineis. But we have room for
you on the list.
ESTUCADA TEAM SHOWS WELL
Miss Cfortrude Morrow entertained
See Allen ad on fceel and grain.
1 i inlay night, the young: people of the Although Defeated by Vancouver, Lo
Mrs A. K. Sparks*spent Sunday Phi tian Uhurch ot her h •: . About ( cal High, Shows Shill end Ga r.*neM
at Portland the guest of friends.
twent>vl*njoyed an evening of frames .
in First Football Game.
it. K. LvFOLl.lT TH . KUtor »u<l Mgr
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Lemon ot and a tatty pull concluding with re-
last Saturday night, a
Entered at the rost.fftce ?n Eataraia. Oregon aa Garfnld,
Although defeated in their fiist
second class mail
Mrs. A. O. Whitcomb entertained the , game of football, the first in which |
Garfield Dorcas Society Oct. 17 . This
J F. Lovelace has an ad in this being the first annivertary of the au*. all but three of the men ever par
One year ................................................... Si 00 issue of The Progress, showing bar
i-iety, members answered to roll call ticipated, Estacada 11 inIt' school
j with groutings appropriate to birth made n fine show ing in the battle
gains in flour and feed.
Thursday. October 24 . 1912
Miss Mary McWillis who is em d a y s. Officer elected for th** new year against Vancouver 11 i>>It last Satur
| arc: Mrs. S. H. Gruber, president;
ployed by the Portland Telephone Mrs. H. G. Trowbridge, vice president; day. The score was 30 to o, the
Cascade County's Flea.
Co . was here Sunday visiting rela i Miss J i -ie K. Lynch, treasurer; Mrs. locals being on the short end. Tin-
From every quarter ot the state' tives.
F. L. Bundy, secretary; directresses of crowd was not Up to what it should
comes encouraging reports of sup
work committee, Mrs. P. M. Wagner, have been.
The Hard Times Party of the
What was especially gratifying
port for Cascade counts', No .,tSi First Christian church takes place- uh: irman, Mrs. Harriet Krigbaum, Miss
on the ballot—the only county to i tonight at Odd Fellows hall. Lunch lessie F. Lynch; visiting committee, to students of the game was the
Mrs. A. 0 . Whitcomb, Mrs. W. R.
righting sptr.t and gameness of thy,
be voted on this year.
at 6 o'clock.
Kveryhony invited Reid; music committee, Mrs. E. S, ,
locals, who, though outweighed
Voters generally. upon examina-,
H. W. Blood, a ormer resident
tion of the map see that the division
| special business meeting to complete about 10 pounds to the mail, never
of Iistacada and well known here, i plans for a bazaar is called for Oct. 31 .
theless, put up a tussel that caused
is equitable and just, giving Cas
visited friends this week.
Mr This meeting will be held at the home
the visitors to extend themselves,
cade an assessed valuation of
Blood recently removed from Marsh I <»f Mrs. H. G. Trowbridge, and it is
$7,000,000, a population of 6,500
experienced as they are.
j desired members have all bazaar arti-
land, Ore., to Oak Poiut. Wash.
and leaving for Clackamas county
Two of the touchdowns were
. cies completed and ready to turn over
Cards have been received an to the work committee at this time,
an assessed valuation of 5 iS.ooo.ooo
dukes, bad fumbles being responsi
and a population of 24,000.
Cas nouncing the wedding of Sheridan (• New feed store. Read Allen’ s ad. ble. In eacli instance a Washing z n
cade will have, therefore, a per Jones and Sabina Douglass at Port
tonian only had to pick up the ball
They will be at home in
capita of over $1,000 second only land.
and race across the line. Estacada
Corvallis after Nov. 1.
to Multnomah county in Oregon.
was stronger on offensft than defense
The Ladies Aid Society of the
The movement was started iti
and earned the ball will, had it not
good faith, three meetings being i Methodist church will meet with
! been for fumbling.
In the first
held with Oregon City, the Clacka- j Mrs. II James next Wednesday,
half they tackled high and tbeback-
mas county seat, in au effort to 2:30 p m Remember the Annual
1 field, with the exception of Fellows,
agree upon division.
The agree Bazaar and Supper 011 Dec. 6th at I TO T in : I.KGAT. VOTERS OF charged straight up.
ment failed by a narrow margin, I. O. O. F. hall.
straightened them out on that for
Being a candidate for re-election and in the second half they were hitting
the county seat organization giving
The headliner at Boner’ s theatre,
as its reason that the people of the I Saturday evening will be “ The belii vitig niv first duty to be to attend to I low and making Vancouver hustle
! the office to which 1 was elected and
eastern half of tne county couldn’ t | King's Power,’ ’ a great northern i therefore being unable to interview the to hold ground. Estacada ran out
go it alone, despite the fact that its feature. “ /■ Life for a K iss’’ and j voters in person, I take this method of punts in good shape and in the
resources are much larger than “ The Mighty Hunter," a total of i familiarizing the public of nil outline of second half with Evans on the re
many other counties and grent'v in 4,000 feet of films an extra good i what has transpired in the sheriff’s office. ceiving end made good gains on the
I desire to call attention to the fact that
excess of Hood River which was show
tlu* 1910 tax roll was $75,01» larger than
split off from Wasco about six years
I, li, Belfils, cashier of the lista- j 1909, the 1911 tax roll $150,000 larger and tackling was a feature 01 the
ago by a vote of the state.
Later cada State Bank, left Saturday for I than 1910 that owing to the increase of ; game, he having it on his rival Mil
the county seat organizstion strove a campaign of various cities and I population, etc., of tile county, 1.000 ler the Vancouver quarter.
to liueup voters by admitting that towns in the southern part of the more tax receipts were issued in 1910 lett at left ruckle was a tower of
it did not want to lose this section, state in behalf of county division. than in 1909 and 3 Soo more than when strength and repeatedly downed In
my opponent was last chief deputy sher
because the tax money was needed j Mr. Belfils will he gone until the iff. Therefore this office waited on 1,000 man back of the line.
Clackamas county is 652 square day before election.
more taxpayers than did the sheriff of ehargtd hard and showed speed,
miles larger than Rhode Island and
Attorney Ii. W. Bartlett address 1910, and 3,500 more taxpayers tl^an tackled well but fumbled some, a
when my opponent was last chief deputy.
the topography of the country is
ed the high school last week on There were 30 more cases in tlu Circuit weakness, however, that will be
such that tile two sections have
Dale right end
"Lincoln as a lawyer,” in response Court in 1911, not including County easily overcome.
nothing in common. People of ihe
to the invitation of Principal Ford, Court cases, such as non-support of fam
east half are compelled to go through
who has inaugurated the custom of
Multnomah county to reach tile
addresses by loeal business men minors, etc., that tlieie were 20 more in aud Sutterfield respectively.
jail in 1911 than in 1910. As shown bv two former played well, but Coach
county seat. Many of the residents
the records kept by my opponent, there
have to travel 40 miles to attend
Ford desired to have all the men
Henry Iipperson brought to tow i, were only four men in jail in four years
court, Cascade county’s market is
! show their paces. Evans electrified
last week, a box of apples grown at
everybody by his fine work at end
his ranch, which will equal any ■Si in mv first year. The fees for serving
In answer to the arguments for
civil papers in one 'ye ar were one half ih: was right on the ba'l every min
thing ever produced by Hood me re than the whole four years my op
division. Casci.de county is told that
ute and handled two forward passes
office seekers are responsible for the River. The fruit was of beautiful ponent was deputy last.
faultlessly. Fellows at full showed
That owing to the increase of popula
movement, although the salaries of color, unijorm size and without
tion there was a general increase in evidence of becoming a star.
all in the proposed county are less! blemish and tasted as well as it crime. There were two blind murder bored in toi good gains and tackled
than $6,000, which is now paid a-
cases, one very brutal and atrocious, in low and hard,
Mrs, M. H. Evans, accompanied which I made every honest and possible ran the team in good shape at quar
its share of Clackamas county's of
by her sister Miss Lillian Ilaslctt, effort to apprehend the guilty parties, for ter and after he abandoned line
It has been urged that county di of Somerville N. J., arrived last which effort I was commended by the plays much better progress was
giand jury in their final report and the
vision questions art not properly 11 Saturday, after a visit all summer following letter which I hereby submit. made. Harnmnn makes an excel
consideration of the entire state i in New York. They were accom If you approve of this record, I solicit lent center and snapped the ball ac
yet the only law there is today in panied here from Portland by Mr. your support for re-election.
curately, except once, when he
E. T. MASS, Sheriff. j shot it a bit high.
Oregon, and perhaps for yeais to j and Mrs. K. M. Standish and
Keith at left
come, providing for countv division, daughter Margaret, who returned TO T llli LAW ABIDING C ITIZEN S guard held up his end well as did
is the one which gives the state the Monday.
OF CLACKAMAS COUNTY:
Woodle at right tackle.
N. Iv Dillon of Sheldon, 111 , On account of recent attacks made for 1 1 1 k care of left end creditable',
right to settle it.
cade county appeals to the voters father of Prof. Dillon of the Yan- political purposes on the standing and making two beautiful tackles. The
official worth of Sheriff E. T. Mass, I am
of the state to vote far 318 yes, for couver high school accompanied the I impelled by a sense of fairness and just- faults of the team, as a whole, are
the only county on the ballot this football team here Saturday and ! ness to make reference in this public fumbling and interference.
took a look at the country.
The manner to the revolting crime that rob these are cured the team should
elder Dillon with his wife and bed me of a beloved daughter and her make any of the nr go, for the line
You never see an Oregon City daughter recently moved to Port husband and two beautiful and innocent up includes some excellent talent I
man in Iistacada except ev ery two land and may remain here if the ; grandchildren that wete the joy and sun When one takes into consideration |
shine of my declining years. I refer to
years when he appears here run country suits hint, A sou owns 40 the murder of William Hill, his wife and it was the first time some of the
ning for office.
acres of land in Garfkld.
men had ever seen a game, it is lit
I <lt sire to say as emphatically as it is tle to be wondered that Coach Ford
The meeting at the assembly room
One of the alleged reasons put of the high school, Monday even possible for human utterance to make it, feels elated over the team.
forth by opponents of county divis ing to discuss measures 011 the bal that in the official investigation under
Vancouver played a nice game,
taken by Sheriff Mass immediately fol
ion is that it will cost Cascade coun lot was fairly well attended.
A lowing that foul crime, and which has (starting quickiy and putting up
ty too much for officials. At pres good understanding ot some of the been pursued with dogged determination great interference. They have two
ent we pay about $6 000 as our propositions 011 the ballot was and without intermission up to the pres great backs in Hathaway and Mil
share of Clackamas county officers reached and another meeting will ent time, he has done all and more than ler and their right tackle Chapel
pay roll. The hill creating the new he held next Monday night for fur could he expected of an honest, intelli is a cracker jack They play Astoria
gent and efficient officer. More than
county provides salaries, which in ther discussion. Everybody asked this, he has accomplished that which, next and then tackle Portland’s big
total is less than $6,000 a year. So, to come.
had he been given the support and assis high school teams.
in reality, the change wouldn't cost
tance to which he was entitled by right refereed and Coach Dillon of Van
At Yietoria, B. C ., at a recent
and 1») law from the state’s officials,
us a cent for salaries, more than it
There was no;
dog show, Joe Nicholson's English would have enabled him to bring to jus couver umpired.
does now That argument is like
bull “ Lord Fife” took two fi-st tice the perpetrator of the foulest crime kicking and no one injured, except
others occasionally adv anced against
Capt. Graham who wrenched his
prizes and winners in the hull dog ever committed in the state.
These statements art* made by me with ankle.
He continued playing to
class and also best dog of any breed
The lineup of the
in the show. "D oc’ ’ Holmes who j\ full and intimate knowledge of the the windup.
The Progress does not attempt to
, facts. That which is done cannot be tin
visitors: McMullen, c; M. Hatha
dictate how its readers should vote
bench winners here, lias shipped ■ to me and mine the loved ones so brutal* way, r g ; Chapel, r t; Codings, r
on Noy. 5. hut it liojies they will
dogs to Yietoria, where Nichol ■ ly slaiu. But I can and do render the t : Winched. 1 g; O’ Donnell, I t;
not overlook Cascade county. An
j tribute of appreciation to the honest McLaughlin, 1 e ; Miller, q ; Terrill,
will establish a kennel.
other hill of great merit is the Ma-
worth of Sheriff Mass.
Prof. Scudder of the O. A C.
As a sorrowing father and grandfather lh ; L Hathaway, f b; Subs, B lair,1
larky Public Utilities hill which
I thank and honor him; as an old time Back. H. Taylor. Lloyd and Tay- ■
This hill gives the,
! resident of Clackamas County I commend
Railroad Commission full clt irgc -1 which will he delivered at the high him to my friends and to th se roidents
1 of the county who hold honesty and ef
of all public llti.¡ties, such a» site! t school this winter by experts Prof. ficiency in an official above the Ring
railway corporations, light and Scudder talked on soil management utterances and selfish motives of pettv
power companies in various towns and both the high school and a
T homas F. C ow ing ,
and cities. These concerns ought number of ranchers who were pres
3 .U Worcester Bldg., Portland, Ore
Octcber 12, 1912.
to be controlled anel the Railroad ent. received some valuable infor
Commission is the power to do it.
Notice to Creditors.
Mark your ballot on these two of agriculture at the high si bool, is In the County Court of the State of Ore
gon for Clackamas Countv.
measures 3 1 S yes and 314 yes. And anxious to help any fruit raiser or
the Matter of the Estate ot Josh Covne
while you are about it, don’ t forget farmer who may desire to ask him In deceased.
the hill providing methods to divide questions
Notice is hereby given to the creditors
of and all persons interested in said es-
counties. It is 34X yes.
LO ST Ladies nmhrtlla marked j t ite, that the undersigned h *s lietn ap
, ¡minted hv the ahuve « »titled court ad
“ E. 1 . J
end of handle. Return ministrator of the estate of Josh Coyne,
FOR S A L K Second hand sew
I deceased. All ¡wrsons having claim«
to \Y. A. Jones.
ing machine. J P. \Voodle, Iv>ta-
against said estate are hereby required
All persons indebted to Crttse to present the same, pr.»perlv verified, to
cada. Light It street.
the undersigned at Estacada. Oregon,
Bros, will call at the Iistacada Bank within s 1 \ months of first publication of
FOUND —Pair of gloves near and settle same.
Published l\erv Ihursdd> Morning at
(SUC \ 0 %. OKI GOA
Palette Meat Market
$10 a week
Ihe Hotel ¡Estacada
A L L MODERN C O N V E N IEN C E S
of the most delightful Resorts on the Coast
Dr. L- A . W E L L S
D E N T IS T
PO RTLAND. OREGON
Will be in Rstacada on Frida) s
Saturdays. Appointments may be
made with I>r. Adix.
C L A U D E W. D E V O R E
A T TORN E Y -A T -L A W
N O TA R Y P U B L IC
Estaca da, O reg on
Local and Tourist Trade Solicited
J. W. MILLER
All work guaranteed
E. T . M A S S
J. V. B A R R
Cand’dato for Re-Election
b «till at the old stand and willing lo do
any of the work In his line
GIVE HIM A CALL
ELECT RIC LIG H T 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.
Main 0 6 8 8 ,
The Oregon Fire Relief Asso
ciation of McMinnvilte
WOOD delivered in any quantity
or length. 1st class 4 foot wood
slabwuod delivered at $2.00 per
cord. 16 inch at $2.50 per load.
W. M. YONCE
Portland Railway, Light
& Power Co.
Seventh and Alder Sts.
leant Work and Hauling by
the Day or Contract
with $242.000 reserves, solicits your
Joh n Brow n
C r e s h a m , O regon
Gresham . S I3
Or leave word at this ofEce
r also have the ORECON MERCHANTS
and BEAVER STATE INSURANCE COS.
We manufacture all kinds of Cedar
Shingles and are prepared at all
times to deliver the same. Also
to sell at the mill, having stock on
* hand at all times
A. K R IE G E R
Estacada Agent—A. Morrow
• A. MORROW & SON
Livery, Board, Sale and
f You Are Going To Build
ESTACA D A,
G O T O
The Estacada Lumber Yard
LO O K AT O UR STO CK
G ET OUR PRICES
W e claim to carry' the best material and want to prove it
All of our No. 2 stock and better is kiln dried.
E. D. ALLIN, Proprietor
D O W N , FOR CASH !
MILL FEED OF ALL KINDS
Dements Country Shorts, 80s
Dements Country Bran, 60s
at very low price
at very low price
Get my price on Eastern Oregon wheat. Dement’s Best
Flour, $4.50 bbl., $1.20 sack. Subject to change without notice.
L C. HACKETT Oííbois Lumber Co.
W II MATTOON.
The man who knows how, and
who wili do his duty and
save your money.
Garfield. Owner may have same
VVaterhury & Chapman will han Administrator of the cstite of Josh
< Paiii Advertisement)
Co« ne. '*tve«si I.
by calling at the Progress office, dle the famous Log Calmi bread, CLAUDE \V. DEVORE.
I Attorney for Administrator.
proving profierty and paying for- always on hand, good and fresh
Our clubbing rates will help you
hirst publication October 2|, 1912.
17 2U1 Last publication, November 21, 1912. to save money.
C. E. DUBOIS, Manager.
We deal in all kinds of building
material including Lumber, Lath,
Sash, Doors, Sand, Gravel, Lime,
Plaster, Brick. Cement, Etc. All
orders promptly filled.
Head Office Broadway, Phone Main I0i
FOR R E N T —Furnished house
in Terrace addition. Phone Chas.
FOR S A L E —40 acres in Etwood
S E . # of N .E % 3 acres improved
with house and barn, balance in
burnt timber, easy to clean practicly
level and good water, Price $1500
Apply to C. E. Surfus, Elwood.
Jewelry work of all kind neatly
and promptly done.— LaHatt.
FOR R E N T —Two 5 room cott
ages, city water, electric lights and
bath. Inquire Dr. Adix.
They have it-good fresh vege
tables, Go and see them. Fred
Fat cattle wanted; the fattei the
better.—See Fred Jorg.
For Sale— Rubber tired surrey
cheap, in good condition. Inquire
of Stewart at McCurdy Lumber &
i can fix anything that is wrong
with your watch.— LaHatt.
I guarantee all work done —
W a n t e d —Highest price paid
for eggs at the Palace Meat Market