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About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 21, 1912)
JUST TUP RYE UCT
Mi>s Anna Allen, teacher
at to make the weekly meeting*, Sun
you want is what you get when
Dodge. will be home Saturday to day morning, and the monthly
you order ti^at from this market.
■ Mrs. Vt m. Jayne Ls at Portland attend the teachers institute which meeting lo r business and social en-
Just the very quantity too. We
P u b lish ed Every Ihursdnv
1 at*the bedside of her mother wbo is begins Monday at Oregon City.
joyment. interesting to all young
(MACADA. OWE GOA
don’ t cut off a half a pound or so
President B. S. Josselyn. Traffic men whether members of the school
over iu order to increase sales. We
G. K. D a F o J.I.HTTK, Editor *n«l M*r.
k IJaviland of Mitchell, Manager Hunt and Superintendent or no**_______
don’t have to. Our meats are so
former mar or of Estacada wus a Coldwell of the P. K. L. & P. and
ABOUT A MILE.
at the poatoiflc# in Estacada. O r e to n aa
well known that it keeps us busy
visitor here last week,
party took lunch at the Hotel Esta-
second class mai.
supplying the demand of regular
It Make* a Difference In V/hl'-h Land
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Bartlett | cada, Tuesday.
O n, T ravala Tbit Diitancs.
S U B S C R IP T IO N R A T E S
customers. But we have room for
C L. Allen w ho was kicked by
I f you ta k e a uoliou lo nettle dow n
SI 00 were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
you ou the list.
50 Frank Ewing, Saturday.
a cow about ten drys ago, has lieen fo r a tim e a n d a f te r you h av e been
Palace M eat Market
According to the report of thc| lied ridden hut is now reported to
Thursday. November 21 . 1912
you th in k to a s k how fa r th e ho u se is
anti-Cascade county league, $984 <U be recovering. For some time he fro m th e s ta tio n th e ag en t carelessly
was not expected to I've.
The w av es h is h a n d an d a irily rem ark s.
Under the Mighty Frown.
was spent in the division fight
the "A b o u t a tulle.’’ you laid la-si ta k e heed
glo a week
5 2 a day
Mrs. Marion Lady and little
Having fallen into disfavor wiih
a i to w h a t c o u n try you a r e In ut the
daughter Virginia, formerly resi chest.
the county court, because it has re
J. S McCurdy returned Monday tim I f e. It Is In E n g la n d you a re all rig h t,
dents of Estacada, weie here last
vealed the unbusinesslike methods
a business trip to North Yak- fo r th e fa m ilia r 1.70.» y a rd s Is th e
cl county bookkeeping and manay
where he owned a fruit ranch. sta n d a rd , h u t If you h av e ta k e n a
W. F and R. W. Cary of the
ment T ill Progress is about to 1 h -
A L L MODERN C O N V E N IEN C E S
business conditions rather fa n c y to so m e sod th a tc h e d Irish
liorrihly punisbed by the with Estacada Mercantile were at Port quiet both at North Yukimah and c o tta g e It m en u s a tra m p of 2,240
y a rd s, n nd If you a re m oved to Huger
drawal of 55 worth of county busi land tins week, buying Christmas at Seattle, which he visited before fh th e h ig h lan d s rem em ber th a t th e
One of the most delightful Resorts on the Coast
ness. which, it appears, it lias here
h ra w Scot c a lls 1,070 y a rd s a mile.
C o n sid erin g th e size of S w itzerlan d ,
Garfield Country Club will give
tofore enjoyed annually, during the
Mrs. J W. Reed's Sunday school one m ig h t e x p e c t a m ile to he about
Local and Tourist Trade Solicited
six or seven years of its existence one of the popular dances Thursday,
class at a business and social meet n s f a r n s o u e could th ro w u bull, b u t
Road supervisors of this section, or
th e h a rd y m o m itu ln eers th in k 9,133
ing at her home, Tuesday evening, y n rd s th e p ro p er th in g , even w hen, ns
more properly speaking, oue super tendance is anlic pated,
voted to give an entertainment It g em rally Is. It Is very m uch uphill.
The W. C. T . U. will hold their
visor at least, has been notified by
Washington’s birthday. The pro T h e S w iss is th e longest m ile o f all,
the court not to publish in The next meeting at the home of Mrs.
ceeds will go to fix the basement of l-elng follow ed by th e \ leuna post
ml'.e o f 8,2911 y ard s.
Progress notice of a meeting of res Enimitt. Friday, Nov, 22. All are
T h e F lem ish m ile Is (l.sfiO y a rd s, th e
idents of a certain road district, for cordially invited to come.
P ru s sia n 8.237 y a rd s, a n d In D enm ark
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which the paper receives 55.
A. M Shibley, a well known Ask County Court to Stop
th e y w alk 8,244 y a rd s au d call It a
stro ll o f a m ile. T bo A rabs g en erally
supervisor has been ordered to send pioneer of Springwater, suffered a
Hunt From Working Road rldo good h o rses an d call 2.143 y a rd s a
the notice to an Oregon City news slight stroke of paralysis at his
m ile, w h ile th e T u rk s a re satisfied
paper. That means that The Pro home, Wednesday. He is resting
w ith 1.820 y a rd s, au d th e Ita lia n s
gress is to lose 41 2 3 cents a month, easily.
sh o rte n th e d ista n c e o f a m ile to t.700
district 10, Tuesday morning, a res- y a rd s. Ju st six y ard s m ore th a n th e
Earl Schultz, a postal clerk at
A m erican h a s In niind w hen th e ag e n t
Well, The Progress will try to j Portland, visited friends in Esta- | olution was passed asking the w .'v cs Ills h a n d a n d blandly rem ark s,
liear up and evade bankruptcy and cada ,ast p riday_ He has been
A bo u t a m lie ."—C hicago R ecord H e r
as it has a large number of sub placed at Rose City station for I stoppage of work on a new road ald.
following along the bluff of the
scribers in the road district referred three weeks.
river, until such time as the court
to, it will give due notice of the
The fire department held n meet meets for consideration of a petition
C lu ster« a n d Long Lines Form ed by
meeting so the residents may be
ing Monday evening, hut adjourn of 45 sign* rs. "H ass” Tracy was
S to rm s er.d Ocean C u rren ts.
given the service to which they are
A m o n g th e p erils a n d w onders o f th e
ed early after hearing the secre appointed to go before thecourtand
E L E C T R I C L IG H T is the most suit
entitled. It is not likely they will
tary's minutes of the previous present the resolution, requesting ocean th e re a re few m ore In te re stin g
th in g s th a n Icebergs. In terestin g not
ever see the notice in the Oregon
able for homes, offices, shops and other
Supervisor Hunt to cease work foi only by ren so n of th e ir g ig a n tic size,
City newspaper, hut that doesn’ t
E M. Miller who is employed on the time being until the matter is th e ir fu n ta a tlc sh ap es, th e ir ex ceed in g
places needing lights, Electricity can be
make any difference to the county
b e a u ty , h u t also fo r th e in au n er w h ere
court. It will simply add 55 to the
in th e y a r ra y them selves.
used in any quantity,large or small, there
The road proposition was started
Iceb erg s e x h ib it a ten d en cy to fo rm
huge county printing receipts of the sent word that 25 carpenters are
wanted from Estacada A number before districts 10 and 49 were di b o th c lu s te rs en d long lines, au d th e s e
by furnishing any required amount of
couuty seat newspaper.
g ro u p in g s m ay urlse from th e effects
In the meantime The Progress
b oth o f ocean c u rre n ts a n d of sto rm s.
light. Furthermore, electric lamps can
Som e v ery sin g u lar lin es o f b ergs,
Mrs. W. Givens was operated deal of dispute over the road ever
will continue to peg along some
e x te n d in g fo r m any h u n d red s o f m iles
be located in any place, thus affording
how, giving the taxpayers the tiuth upon last Tuesday at Good Samari since.
e a s t o f N ew fo u n d lan d , h av e been
about management or mismanage
sh o w n on official c h a rts issu» d by th e
any desired distribution of light.
Three Heroes Dace Fate.
g o v ern m en t. T w o of th ese cro ss each
ment of county affairs, together Whiting and Adix. She is report
o th er, each k eeping 0:1 Its In d ep en d en t
No other lamps possess those qualifi
with such reports as the Whitfield ed to he recovering nicely although
A runaway team, which rounded co u rse a f t e r th e tru ssin g . In sev eral
experts of Portland file, providing,
stan ces p arallel lines o f bergs leave
cations, therefore it is not surprising that
the corner of Second and Broadway In
long sp a ces o f clear w a te r b etw een
of course, the court continues this
Ballard Looney and his brother-
Monday afternoon, was stopped by- them .
electric lamps are rapidly replacing all
firm in employment. And, doubt in-law, Mr. Trainor, have moved
C u rio u sly enough, w h ile en o rm o u s
Bert Byers who seized the hitts and
less the 41 2-3 cents a month it is from the Clarkson place down to
others in modern establishments.
brought the frightened animals fields o f Ice Invade th e so coiled
" s te a m sh ip lan es" o f th e A tla n tic a t th e
losing, will be made up by the con the property formerly occupied by
to a standstill within 100 feet, after o p en in g o f sp rin g d u rin g c e rta in y ears.
tinuous increase in subscribers. the Keller boarding house at Mor
he intercepted them.
After the In o t t e r y e a rs a t th a t seaso n t h e r - ls
The taxpayers are coming to under row.
horses had been brought to a stop co m p arativ ely little Ice to he socu.
stand they are learning some inter
The Estacada Fruit Growers A s Al. Havens rushed madly on the T h e lee com es, o f co u rse, fro m th e
edges o f th e a rc tic regions, from th e
esting facts about how their taxes sociation last week closed a deal
scene and secured a strangle hold Icebound c o a s ts of G reen lan d and
are being spent.
with the Estacada Realty Co. for on the subdued cquines which be L ab rad o r, w h ere huge b ergs, broken
four lots iu Terrace addition, on retained until the driver was firmly from th e fro n t o f th e g laciers a t the
point w h ere th e y reach th e sen. s ta rt
Now, U ’ren thinks he will run
which a storage warehouse will he planted in his seat
Bill Jayne also on th e ir long Jo u rn ey s to w a rd th e
for governor on a single tax plat
erected ntxt spring.
distinguished himself by bravely so u th , d riv e n by th e g re a t c u rre n t
form. He will get about as near as
B. F. Linn, who has been ap rushing into the street aud blocking th a t flows fro m Baffin bay in to th e
n o rth e rn A tla n tic ocean. - I lu r p e r ’a
single tax did at the recent election.
pointed guardian of J. O Linn, was it some hundreds of feet beyond W eekly.
Coincident with the carrying of over from Oregon City last week to the scene of excitement, presumably
W hy S ta r s Tw inkle.
Seventh and Alder S ts.
woman suffrage in Oregon, comes secure an appraisement of the estate. acting as an emergency stop should
T h e tw in k lin g o f th e stu rs Is chiefly
reports from every hamlet about Messrs. VV A. Heylnran, John the team break away from the first an effect p ro d u ced In th e a tm o sp h e re
Phones: Main 6 6 8 8 ,
Let’s see, Tracy and E. S Shankland were harrier. He retained his position upon th e w a v e s o f light. I t ls d u e to
c u rre n ts um l s t r a t a o f a ir o f d lffcreu t
of danger until chased off the street d en sities In term in g lin g a u d floating
didn’ t the champions of suffrage, the appraisers.
before election, declare the women
p ast each o th er, th ro u g h w h ich th e
The Ladies Aid of the M. E by neighbors.
lig h t p asses to tb o eye. It is seen
weren’ t looking for offices?
church will hold their Annual Ba
m uch m ore In cold th a n In w arm
zaar on Dec. 4, 5 and 6 in the old
w e a th e r a n d n e a re r th e borizou m ore
The mawkish sentiment express
furniture store on Broadway.
th a n o v erh ead . T h e sa m e effect m ay
ed over Vincent Astor because lie the evening of Dec. 6 the annual
b e seen by lo oking o u t o f a w indow
o ver a h o t r a d ia to r o r a can d le held
has 575,000,000 to look after is supper will be served in the I. O.
Constant practice and enthusias on th e o th e r sid e o f a hot stove, so
useless when it is remembered that
O. F. hall. Remember the date.
co-operation presage an excel th a t you h a v e to look th ro u g h a body
Vincent probably never will he
And folks, generally, are getting down to Brass
F. H. Burghardt a well known lent entertainment to be given by o f h ighly h e a te d a ir a t th e can d le
T h e flam e will he seen to
worried one minute all his life about
lesident of Bartou died yesterday at the pupils of the Estacada school w av er nnd q u iv er. In o th e r w ords,
Tacks, W hy not Give T H E P R O G R E S S a thought?
the “ responsibility” and besides,
his home. Rev. W. R. F. Browne Friday evening at the school house. th e v ario u s la y e rs o f a ir a r e a t differ
he can get rid of it in one day, it
en t d en sities n n d In m otion, h en ce th e
will conduct services at the house Drills, instrumental and vocal solo*,
•tw in k le ” —E x ch an g e.
he desires. Blit never fear, the es
and Lone Pine Lodge A. F, & A. recitations, pantomines and a
tate will pile up as always and he
M. of Logan will be in charge of chorous by the glee club figure
This paper has unearthed some things of inter
won' t care either.
burial services at the Damascus prominently. It is earnestly desir
est to the taxpayers during the Cascade campaign and
cemetery tomorrow forenoon.
Old Maids Put up a Fine
ed that a good crowd attend. The
Our clubbing rates will help you
The Thanksgiving Eve hall to program:
it expects to
Playlet Before Big Crowd
to save money.
be given, tinder the auspicies of the Piano d u e t
- Up-To-Date March
H attie Belfils an d Dora C urrin
F o r R e n t —House and five acres
Before an audience which packed Ladies of Estacada at the Pavilioo,
Jack -o ’lan tern d rills - F irst and
te r in house, fruit and garden—
every inch of seating and standing
Second G rades
Much attention has been V iolin solo
space at the Family Theatre, last tended
K ate M urphy Inquire The Progress.
Saturday evening, the Old Maids’ given to detail and the floor will be M other Goose d rill - Second and
T h ird G rades
association produced a playlet which especially smoothed for the occa Song
“ L ullab y ” tables. Go and see them.
made good The proceeds went to sion. The music will be furnished
F irst and Second G rades
the fund for the Rehekah piano. by a Portland orchestra and the R ecitation - S elected - P h ilip Adams
FOR R E N T —Furnished house
d u et
“ Ma Belle M ignon”
The transfoiniiug of the “ old ! floor management w ill be all that Vocal Miss
M yrtle and M ary W oodle
Terrace addition. Phone Chas.
maids” to young and beautiful I can be desired. Efforts are being Song
' L ittle G irls’ T roubles”
women and in some cases to men. [made to secure a special car to take
You’ll want to read about it, won’t you? Well,
A nitras Dance
F o r S a l e —Good ranch team,
not so young and not so beautiful, home those living a t a distance.
R achael Reed
how would it do to Subscribe?
The Progress wel
weight a 1 suit 115 0 each, good con
created much merriment and the
Since the defeat of Hillsboro a t D rill and song
“ Old Squire Bob”
dition, very reasonable—E. Krig-
local hits kept the audience in an football by Estacada High school a
F ifth nnd S ix th G rade Boys
comes you to the fold.
uproar. The members of the cast 1 number of high schools are endeav R ecitation - Selected - E dna Jorg batim.
G irls from grades
and ihose who were the "make oring to secure dates with the lo- H oop d rill
Order your Thanksgiving turkeys
P untom ine
" C a t P ie ”
overs’ ’ acquitted themselves with cats,
Astoria desired a chance
E ig h th G rade boys,
now from Whitcomb— Phone Gar
! Thanksgiving day and so does Choi us
“ Im m o rta lity ” field 615.
H igh School Glee Club
The cast was composed of Mes- Camas, Wash. Coach Ford has
L o s t — A childs raincoat tinder the
da-nes Retd, Morton, Janies, Cur decided not to date the Camas
apple trees near the school house.
Crusaders Make Hats.
rin. Altman, E. Bates. Adix, O I game. The team w ill go to Hills-
Mrs. Keeney Cazadero.
Smilta, E. Saling. A Lindsey, l oro rext Saturday aud will likely
The first business and social ses
Henry Heiple, L. E Belfils, I), j be accompanied by a number of
sion of the Crusaders, took place at
better.— See Fred Jorg.
Kschleman, Miss Gertrude Morrow local enthusiasts.
Prof. Guthrie’s residence Tuesday
atul Owen Smith,
Miss Russell, teacher of the Cur- night. Officers were elected as fol
LO ST Ladies umbrella marked
overs” who recited, sang and rinsvtlle school was the victim of a
lows: Chester Woraer, pres.; Ho ” H. E. J . ” end of handle. Return
danced were: The Misses Ellen ’ iwculiar accident last Monday,
mer Harriman, vice-pres ; Hurley to W. A. Jones.
Hicks, Edna Jorg, Hattie Belfils. which resulted in the breaking of a Fellows sec tress
All persons indebted to Cruse
Florence Kendall. Rachael Reed, small hone .hove the ankle.
Sbe| During the soctal session the Bros, will call at the Pbstacada Bank
Elva Adams Mrs Matson Jerome Waa play ing a game with the child 1 meB>bers tried millinery and the and settle same.
I ren, during intermisión, and step niost wondrous creation was the
I; OR R K N T - Two 5 room cott-
F IN I N U R S E R Y STOCK
011 a P«ece of wood turning her Work of Harry Morgan
Refresh- aKes- city water, electric lights and
Will r e t a i l a t wholesale prices ankle.
one was brought lo t He 1 ments w e re served just before thr I hath Inquire Dr. Adix.
Write for price lisl
A J. Walker, 1 city where Dr. Adix reduced the meeting closed. S S Supt. Ford | W a n t e d
Highest p r ic e paid
nurseryman. Milwattkie. Ore.
fracture. Site will be out of school was present ami was at his best iu , for eggs at the Palace Meat Market
3 1 - 3 1 * J
* o u ie lime.
t h e last a c t.
T h e Crusaders p la n Fred Jorg.
CUY NEWS BRIEFS
H E N R Y V.AD1X.M.D
(iN C liR fO R A T K n )
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON
O F F IC K , A D JO IN IN G R K SID K N L'ff
Local and Long Distance Telephone
The doctor’« phoue can be connected
with your huuic phone at lilght ii re
quested. One long ring.
D r . L. A. W E L L S
PO R TLA N D . OREGON
The Hotel Estacada
Will be in Kstacaria on Frida)« and
Saturdays. Appointment« may bn
made with Dr. A dix.
C L A U D E W. D E V O R E
The Best Light At 8
I Tiie Lowest Cost 3
A TT O R N E Y -A T -LA W
N O TA R Y P U B LIC
E s ta c a d a . O re g o n
J. W. MILLER
All work guaranteed
J. V. BARR
B LA C K SM IT H
Is still at the old stand and wilting to 1
any of thr work in his lin«
GIVE HIM A CALL
Team W ork and Haulm« by
the Day or Contract
WOOD delivered iu any quantity
or length. 1st class 4 foot wood
slabwood delivered at $2.00 per
cord. 16 inch at $2.50 per load.
Portland Railway, Light
& Power Co.
Now That Election is Over
Dig Up Some More
Our job departm ent is ready to turn
out w h^t w ork has accumulated
and having installed a Water Motor
can promise faster work in the job
end of the plant.
Place a Trial Order
W. M. Y0NCE
The Oregon Fire Relief Asso
ciation ol McMinnville
with $ 242.000 reserves, solicits your
G re s h a m , O re g o n
G resh a m . 519
Or leave word at this office
I also have the OREGON MERCHANTS
and BEAVER STATE INSURANCE COS.
We manufacture all kinds of Cedat
Shingles and are prepared at all
times to deliver the same. Aim
to sell at the mill, having stock on
baud at all times
----- P R O P R IE T O R -----
Estacada Agent—A. Morrow
A. MORROW & SON
Livery, Board, Sale and
Reed & Sparks
0. R. Jacobs
Repairing of All Kinds
Plumbing and Electric
B L A C K SM IT H
W. A. RHODES
At Home Residence.
to do anything.
Garfield X 65 S
SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION
In the Circuit Court of the State of Ore.
FOR THE COUNTY OF CLACKAMAS
Elgivia M. Joy
Benjamin E. Joy,
To Benjamin E. Joy, the above
In the name of the State of Oregon,
you are hereby required to appear and
anawer the complaint Sled against you
in the above entitled court and cauae,
on or before Friday the 29th day o f
November, A. D. 1912, end if you fail
ao to appear and answer, the plaintiff
for want thereof will apply to the court
for the relief prayed for in the com
plaint, which ia that the marriage now
existing between you and the plaintiff
be forever dissolved.
This summons is served upon you by
publication order of the Hon. J. U.
Campbell, Judge o f the Circuit Court
o f the State of Oregon, for Clackamas
C ounty, which order is dated October 16,
1912. T he d a te of the first publication
1 o f ’ nis summons ia October 17, 1912,
nd the last publication November
! 28th, 1912.
CROSS AND HAMMOND
Attorneys for Plaintiff