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About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 28, 1912)
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E ST A C A D A , OREGON, T H U R SD A Y , NOVEMBER 28. 1912
Drill and song
“ Old Squire Rob”
Fifth and Sixth Grade Bovs
Recitation • Selected - Edna Jorg
Girls front grades
“ Cat Pic"
Eighth Grade boys.
High School Glee Club
Only Paper in
E a s t C la c k a m a s
Fire Probably of Incendiary
ESTACADA STATE BANK
Origin, Say Firem an
IS DISCOVERED ABOUT 7:30
Locals Show M uch Improve-
our 1912 Christmas display will be bigger, brighter and better
HILLSBORO M S IIS REVENGE
Defeats Estauada at Hillsboro 13 to 0
Hose Breaks Preventing Effective Fight
Inexperience of Locals Causes About
ing---?. R. L. & P. to Put up Better
90 Yards in Penalties.
Building in the Spring.
i Homer Harriman, Guy Graham
W e are glad to inform our many friends and patrons, that
ment in T h eir Last G am e
L an e T ries Hypnotism.
N O T E :
Announcement next week’s Progress.
toe lb or qt Full 16 oz pkt choice seeded
^ Table apricots, regular price
20c, special, the cau _____ 10c Very best package mince meat
I Choice cranberries
20c can asparagus, special, two
Pie pears regular 20c, special
Bartlett, were sent
Hillshoro at home, with its plung
Fire, probably of incendiary ori over the hurdles Monday night ing full-back, I.ytle. working like a
gin, last Saturday night about 7:30 at Boner's theatre by Harry Lane, clock, evened up with Estaeada Sweet potatoes, they are dandy,
2c Dill pickles per cau,__ 15 and 35c
per p o tllld ..____
broke out in the Estaeada Pavilion who claims hypnotic power. They High at football, last Saturday, 13
and totally consumed the structure. I performed according to schedule (0 o. Inexperience, together with
Effective fire fighting was prevented ani apparenIiv the experiment was „ dry field, contributed to the Es-
by parting of the hose which was a success. Anyhow the rowd had ucadans downfall, but it was 0
The Kodak will as
stretched four blocks. The P. R a good time ‘ bawling out" the fiercely fought battle just the same
L. & P. will rebuild in the spring hypnotist who had trouble main- and the score should have been 6
The blaze was discovered, it is tabling order.
to o, the last touchdown coming on sist you in the remem-
stated, by ‘ ‘ Budd’ CalifT of Caza-
A s a finisher Sam Barr was put a foul, which th
dero, who saw smoke issuing from under the ' influence" and slid allow because lie : i :”
ldnot brance of departing
the building. He was at the depot gracefully off the chair.
A headon collision in the first
awaiting a train home. He spread ten Ur belonging to Sam contribut- scrimmage loosened Larson’s teeth friends,
the alarm and assisted the firemen ed to the gaiety of the affair by when he rammed his mouth into
in running out the carts and fight trying to take a sample of the pro Bartlett’s forehead.
It raised a tion of a
ing the flames,
lessor’s calf. The professor at- fiutnp on Ken’ s marble browlet as
Dick Kimmel one of the first tempted to awaken Sam from his 1 big as 9 goose egg and caused the
A child can
firemen to reach the building, found smiling slumber and finally a doctor cl.iiet to flow in streams.
it already ablaze inside. He found, was called on to help
After a ally the bump put Larson out of
also, under the floor at one side, a time, Sam came out of it and the the game, but Bartlett played a do it.
blazing pile of kindling wood, show was oy«r.
Hypnotic Harry grand game clear to the finish, he
which convinces him that the fue announced he proposed to exhibit and Keith dividing honors in rip
had been set.
at Gresham in the near future. ping through the line and tackling.
Bv the time the department bad I’rof. Hardin the Michigan assistant These two, however, in their eager
.K-F F-F4-4 4*4*4»4-M*4*4*4-
L et’s have your order now. W e stock them at prices $ 2 to $20.
the hose stretched from tb-hydrant failed to appear.
ness, played offside frequently
at Seoond and Broad streets, the
Harriman held Olsen the big tackle Also kodak supplies.
Rules of P arcels Post.
fire was under good headw«v, but
even, but despite this, substantial
> • even then, the building might have
Postmaster A. N. Johnson has gains were made in tile first period, Most
beeu saved, had not the hose parted.
received instructions Iront the pos The ball was worked down tostrik For
Before it was re-coupled, the inter
tal department regarding the instal ing distance of Estaeada's goal and
ior of the pavilion was in flames
lation of the parcels pest Jan. 1. a penalty for offside play, put the Cash
and the firemen barely bad time to
The increase of weight limit from ball within a yard of the goal
remove a piano, belonging to H. four to eleven pounds, will increase 1 Then Lytle the star man was called
The White Machine at Unprecedented prices. Here’s your
M. Kruse, before the roof fell.
chance to get a standard machine— a fine Christmas
the work of the postoffice.
Only on to put it over.
He failed the
Agent ic Investigating.
regular post parcel stamps are to first time, but succeeded the second,
A special agent of the P. R. L . be used.
: Thompson missed goal.
& P. is making an investigation
The following features of parcels
The second touchdown came in
and declares he believes an incend post regulations are noted:
the second half, when Lytle took a
iary is responsible both for the pa
Distinctive parcel post stamps ; forward pass and dodging through
vilion fire and the one which de must be used on' all* fourth class , a scattered field, broke through for
stroyed the Cazadero bridge, last matter beginning Jan, t, 19 13 and ' a 40 yard run. Fellows was fouled
such matter healing ordinary pos when he tackled and Lytle flew on,
The pavilion was constructed tage stamps will be treated as only Dale between him and the
I am handling a full line of Grain
about six years ago by J W. Reed “ Held for Postage” Parcels will goal. Dale missed and Lytle chalk
and Chicken Feed.
and cost, complete, about $1,200. be mailable at post offices, brauch ed up another 6 points, Thompson
$ 1 5 Rugs, while they last,
post offices, lettered and local-named kicking goal. After that Hillsboro
$ 2 0 Rugs, while they last,
All of first class quality and weights
for dancing and for basketball stations and such numbered stations fought for time, the game closing
It was the resort of the as may be designated by the post with the ball ou her 10 yard line.
are guaranteed to be as represented.
excursion crowds in the summer master All parcels must bear the For Estaeada, Morton played a
return card of the sender; other great game his fierce tackling, punt
Give me a trial and rest assured you
Bigger and Better Building.
wise they will not be accepted for ing and end runs scaring the enemy.
will be dealt with honestly.
The loss of the building, proba mailing.
Wotner was strong tackling
bly dees away with basketball at
forward pass didu’ t work, every
W hy T hey A -e T h an kfu l.
Remember the Place — 1HL OLD
the high school this year, lor the
attempt failing txcept a gain of 20
Don’t forget our reduction sale on wall paper. A
railroad company is not expected to
PLANING MILL SI AND!
J. W. Reed, Because the waiter’s yards to Dale. The enemy laid for
chance of a life time to secure fine patterns at a low price.
rebuild until spring, in time for the uuion of Portland, gave so good an the ends realizing they were beaten
account of itself at the recent elec if the forward pass got away.
To The Progress an official of the tion.
Estaeada was frequently penal
ESTACADA FURNITURE CO.
company stated ; esterday that the
E. W. Bartlett, Because his long ized for offside play, losing about
building will be bigger and better. tailed coat is still on exhibition at 80 yards, while Hillsboro lost about
W . D. and L . M. Henthom, Proprietors
An effort is being made to have it home talent plays
He dassent 20. Twice the ball was on Hills
Odd Fellows Building
constructed so that public meetings wear it himself.
boro's 10 yard line but the enemy
i » » » » » » i l i «In»»»
may be ht-ld and plays given. The
C. W. Devore, Because the ba held and the ball was lost.
ceiling will be built higher so that nana crop gives promise of being closed the football season for E s
basketball games may be played to extraordinarily large the coming taeada, which has made a good re
cord, considering her inexperience,
The fire caused the transfer of
A. E Sparks, Because Taft car Coach Ford is mightily ple-ased with
the Thanksgiving dance last night ried two states, including the Mor the boys and predicts a great team
MILL FEED OF ALL KINDS
to Elliott’ s hall at Eagle Creek.
The lineup: Estaeada, Dale, 1
Country Shorts, 80s
Students Give Entertainm ent
e ; Bartlett, 1 . t .; Keith, 1 . g ; Ha
Country Bran, 62s
Bill Cary, Because the P. R. L vens, c .; Morgan-Sutterfield, r. g
Eastern Oregon Club wheat, sack lots, $ 1 .50 pr. 100 or 90c
Packed to overflowing the assem
P. has laid that switchback it Hartiman, r. t.; Evans, r. e .; Mor
bly 100m at the High school Friday
ton, q .; Womcr, r. h ; Woodle, 1 .
at very low price
evening held att audience which
J. F. Lovelace, Because Ed Allen h .; Fellows, f. b.
at very low price
was vastly entertained by the pu
Hillsboro: Wilkes. 1 . e .; Olson.
started a feed store.
Dement’s Best Flour,
$ 4 .5 0 bbl., $ 1 .2 0 sack
pils of the various grades who pre
I t.; Larson, 1 g ; Imbrie, c ;
Free city delivery will be made every Thursday afternoon.
Must sented a pleasing program.
have order not later than Thursday forenoon.
All prices subject to necessity of more room at the tivated a taste for grand opera, Dack, r. g ; Delsntan, r, t ; Wilson,
r. e .; Wilkes, q ; Rollins, r. h ;
change without notice.
school was shown, the assembly chicken suppers, insomnia and ba
Thompson, 1 . h ; Lytle, f. b :
I being inadequate to accomodate the
Referee, Ford; umpire, Rice.
Drills, instrumental and vocal
VV. A. Heylman, Because he is
music, pantomines and recitations
F or R en t -House and five acres
followed in quick order and ap ex-mayor of Estaeada.
in house, fruit and garden -
plause was hearty.
school glee club made its first ap
Bill Kurasch, Because the town
pearance and responded to an en
C. E. DUBOIS, Manager.
Toys, Dolls and Games for the Children;
All participants acquitted went dry.
Books and Fancy Toilet Articles for the
themselves well. The program:
W e deal in all kinds
only meat shop in town.
adults— in fact this store is headquarters
- T*p-To-I)ate March
L E. B-dfils, Because Roseburg
Hattie Bellila and J)ora Currin
for discriminating Holiday buyers.
m aterial including
Jack-o'lantern drills - First and
went for Cascade county (accent on
- Second Grades
the "w en t").
Sash , Doors, Sand,
H. V. Adix, Because T. R.
W . A. JO N E S
Mother Goose drill - Second and
Third Grades broke through the blizzard as far as
P R O PRIETO R
Plaster, B rick .
“ Lullaby" j Oyster Bay.
Good rigs and careful drivers always
First ami Second Grade»
Noiit <ni(l lastv (»ifIs lor A
Recitation - Selected - Philip Adam» j B. F. Ford, Because bis curfew
orders p ro m p tly fille.
Given Hunting and Fishing Parties
“ Ma Itelle Mignon" on H allowe'en parties was heard.
On Time Deposits
Will make a nice Xmas present
Sewing Machine Bargains;
Estacada Merc. Co.
$45 to $50, WAS $80.
fhe Estacada Lumber Yard
And here’ s another chance
To pick a winner
goods suitable for
iSanta Claus Day;
J. F. LOVELACE,
D u b o is
A L L E N
Lu m b e r
Head Office Broadway, Phone Main 103
Livery, Feed & Sale
Fine Stationery and Christmas Cards
Miss Myrtle and Mary Woodle
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'•Little Girl»' Trouble»"
Our dubbing rates will
Second and Third tirades
l to save money.
w oo F a l u m b e r
LoCTt and Long Distance Telephone