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C. I. C. dance March 28.
SECOND BOOSTER MEETING
MASQUERADE BALL |
Last Saturday was too nice a day
expect a crowded house at the
Attend the cannery meeting.
H E N R Y V.ADIX.M.D
second Booster Meeting.
— A T TH E
J. V. Barr was in Portland Satur
were loath to leave their work on
P H Y S IC IA N A S U R G E O N
the farm, but the lack in attendance
W. S. Pyle visited Portland was more than made tip in enthusi
O F F IC E , A D JO IN IN G R E S ID E N C E
L jca I and Long Distance Telephone
— Neatly done by—
E. W. Bartlett called the meeting
T h e d octor’s phone can lie connected
order and. requested Guy T.
w ith your L >me phone ut n igh t if re
Hunt to make a report for the com-
quested. One loug ring.
At Morrow's Barn. Estacada,
A. Drill was a Portia id visitor
Mr. Hunt had spent sev
Monday and Tuesday.
eral days in various parts of the
Dr. W. K. H a v i la nd
Roger Cary transacted business state investigating canneries ai.d
The Christian Church.
in Portland Thursday.
W id ely scattered have been built by the
gave a very complete report of what
P h y s ic ia n a n d
i o a .m .
he had seen and heard. His facts ADMISSION: Dance lickets
R ailw ay, L ig h t & Pow er Co. for
S u rg e o n
n a. m.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Pyle were
and figures were very favorable to
Y. F. 8. C. E.
7 p. m. down to Bull Run Friday.
$1. Spectators 25c. I his
the success of a cannery.
7:45 p. m .
O fr ic e o n M a i n S t. b e tw e e n 1st
Mrs. Wtu. Kurascb and Miss
The public co rd ia lly in vited t o a ll ser-
Prof C. I. Lewis Of the Oregon ¡nc|udes ¿tipper a t midnight
a n d 2 n d . T e le p h o n e C o n n e c tio n s
Jones were Portland visitors Satur Agricultural College delivered an
vices, W . G i v h n s , Pastor.
R esid en ce c o rn e r o f Second
address in which he strongly urged — — — —
a n d C u rrin streets.
Methodist Episcapal Church
Born —To Mr. and Mrs. Ralph the building of a cannery in Esta- ^ — --------------------------------<*>
Sunday School - - - 10 a. ni. Gibson of Barton, on March 10, a^cada; said that now was the time to
I do it and he wanted to come hack
to its patrons. Throu gh high tension trans
D r. L. A. W E L L S
Epworth League - - - 6:30 p. m. hoy.
to Estacada in ten years and see a < »
mission lines, each of these generating
D E N T IS T
J. W. Reed was in Portland a
The public cordially invited to all couple of days last week on busi- big cannery running. If the Can
are intercommunicative, so that the
G E O R G E W A S H IN G T O N .
nery was here, prosperity would he
T > Y b ro ad r o t o m a o ’s si le n t s h o r e
apparent also. Prof. Lewis also
service is insured against unforsecn inter
B e t t e r t h a n T r a j a n lo w l y lies,
C. E. Rees, Pastor.
G i ld i n g h e r p ree n d e c l iv it ie s
A d ix.
Mrs. William Lawrence of Port discussed the kinds of fruit and
W ith glo ry now and evermore.
A r t to his f u m e n o ai d h a t h le nt ;
land was the guest of M s B. O. vegetables that should he raised for
The Re-Organized Church of
I l l s c o u n t r y is h is m o n u m e n t.
—A n o n y m o u s .
Jesus Christ of L . D S. meets in
Portland ( 2 )
A. P. Brown of Corvallis, a frnit
D R R. M O R S E .
store building on the corner, form Pound— An emblem pin. Owner
O regon C ity
and a prominent factor iti
“ G R A N D F A T H E R ’ S C L O C K .”
erly the Howe store, Sundays as
P h y s ic ia n a n d Su rg eo n
g r a n d f a t h e r ' s c lo c k w a s t oo «
follows: Sunday School at 10, and
l a r g e f o r the s he lf.
S o it s t oo d n i n e t y y e a r s o n t h e j |
preaching at it o'clock A. M. All
Tests eyes and fits glasses.
R. M. Miller, Geni. Pass. Agent and introduced the audience in the
It w a s t a l l e r b y h a l f t h a n t h e 1
Office over Drug Store
of the O. R & N , was an Estaca art of successful organization. He
old m a n h im s el f,
J. F. Wiles, Elder.
Local and long distance tele-
da visitor today.
m ore .
also gave an estimate of the cost of
It w a s b o u g h t on t h e m o r n i n g he w a s
Mrs. H. V. Adix and children the machinery required. At the
b or n
The Mail Schedule
visited relatives and friends in Port conclusion of his remarks, Prof B u A t n d It w s t a o s p p a e l d w a s y ho s rt hi , s n t e r v e e a r s u t r o e g a o n d a g prid
a in ,
C L A U D E W. D E V O R E Arrival__________ .6:50 A. M. land from Saturday until Tuesday. Lewis and himself answered many W h e n t h e ol d m a n died.
Arrival____ _______ 4:18 P. M.
A T T O R N E Y -A T -L A W
questions asked them.
Departure_________ 7:23 A. M.
a r s , w i t h o u t s l u m b e r i n g (tick,
By a unanimous vote of the con N i n e t y k, y e tic
Portland Railway, Light & Power Co.
N O T A R Y P U B L IC
Departure_________4:40 P M. day, Prof. Lewis gave a pruning vention the committee consisting of H is li tic
fe s e c o n d s n u m b e r i n g (ti ck , t ic k , tic k,
demonstration on the State Fruit
E s ta c a d a , O re g o n
Broadway and Alder Strcrts
Office hours 7 A, M. to 6 P. M.
Guy T. Hunt. H. A LaBarr, J. H It s to p pe d s ho rt , n e v e r to g o a g a in ,
Farm at Garfield.
Phones: Marshall 5100
Sundays 7 A. M. to 8:30 A. M.
H om e A-6131
W h e n t h e old m a n died.
Harkenrider. Sherman Kilgore and
Holidays 7 A M 109:30 A. M. and
J. K. Pardee of Gladstone, candi E. S. Worner were instructed to go In w a t c h i n g its p e n d u l u m s w i n g to a n d
E. W. B A R T L E T T .
from 3:30 P. M. to 6 P. M.
date on the republican ticket for ahead and make all preliminary ar M a n frS
y h ou rs hud h e s p e n t w h i l e a boy.
Positively no mail delivered through the nomination for county treasurer, rangements and plans. When this A n d in c h il dh oo d a n d m a n h o o d t h e c l o c k
s ee m ed to k n o w
was an Estacada visitor Friday is accomplished, the canvas fi r A n d to s h a r e bo th his g r i e f a n d hi s joy ,
Office on Broadway.
J io a week
F o r it s t r u c k t w e n t y - f o u r w h e n he en t er e d
looking over the political situation. funds will be commenced.
A. N. Johnson. Postmaster.
a t t h e do u r
W i t h a b lo o m in g a n d b e a u t i f u l bride.
This committee will report in a B u t it s to p pe d sh ort , n e v e r to g o a g a in ,
From the time the first bell rings,
W he n t h e old m a n died.
eight o’clock p. m., Friday even short time to a third meeting, the
g r a n d f a t h e r s a id t h a t o f t h o s e he
J O H N B R O W N
ing, March 13, 1^14, at Sparks’ date of which will be heralded in the
cou ld hire
They have it— good fresh vege theater, the Distrik Skool will be Progress. This third meeting will N o t a s e r v a n t s o f a i t h f u l he fou nd ,
MODERN CO N VEN IEN CES
T H E IN S U R A N C E M A N
tables. Go and see them. Fred on the go until the close of the be the most important of all and F o r It d e s w ir a e s — t e d no t im e a n d h a d b u t on e
O F G R E S H A M P H O N E 513
c lo se o f e a c h w e e k t o b e w o u n d —
everybody should hear in mind and A n A d t It t h e k ep
t in Its plac e, no t a f r o w n upon
One of the most delightful Resorts on the Coast
Its f a c e .
crowd Sparks' Family theatre to
A n d its h a n d s n e v e r h u n g b y Its side.
the doors. A favorable verdict and B u t it st o p p e d sh ort, n e v e r to g o a g a in ,
O R E G O N F IR E
Oranges ç 6 st. 3 for 10c, 40c per
ess at a dinner patty at her home, a liberal spirit spells in big letters W h e n t h e old m an died.
Local and Tourist Trade Solicited
doz. at R. G. Marchhatik's.
R E L IE F A S S O C IT IO N
last Thursday evening.
Those PRO SPERITY for town and com I t r a n g a n a l a r m in t h e d e a d o f t h e nigh t.
O F M C M IN N V IL E . ORE.
A n a l a r m t h a t f o r y e a r s ha d been du m b .
Eggs— Rhode Island Reds, 75 present were A. E. Sparks and muuity.
A n d w e k n e w t h a t hi s s p i ri t w a s p lu m i n g
f o r fli g h t;
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T T T
T T T T T Y T T T T T T T V T T T ...
1 1 'I T T I T T T T T r t -I-.
T . a..St.a
cents per setting. J. W. Moxley, wife, Dr. Adix and wife and L. E.
T h a t h is h o u r o f d e p a r t u r e h a d come.
Automobile Insurance a Specialty Estacada.
Still the c l o c k k ep t t h e t i m e w i t h a s of t,
20 W 4
Hunt For Representative
muf fle d c h im e
I have bought the Soda W orks of E ly & W ad e, of 1
The local order of Rebekahs had
A s w e s i l e n t l y s t o o d b y hi s side.
Guy T. Hunt, a rancher of Gar
B u t it s t o p p e d sh ort , n e v e r to g o a g a in ,
Wanted— Highest price paid for
W h e n t h e ol d m a n died.
Currinsville, and am ready to supply Soda at wholesale t
—H e n r y C. W o r k .
Earl Jones and Miss Welch were cada, has announced his candidacy
eggs at the Palace Meat Market.
A. E. Sparks
and retail. I t ’s all in the water. I use pure S prin g W ater. |
initiated intto the order, after which for representative and will be a
F r e d J o r g .
an elaborate supper and a social candidate before the republican
Y o u r business appreciated.
For Sale— Barred Rock Cockerels, time was enjoyed.
Rccd & Sparks
Mr. Hunt is a man whom the
just a few left. Also eggs for setting
Winside (Nebr.) Tribune: We
believe Rexall Olive Oil Emulsion is
office sought. He refused to run the We
best remedy made for toning the nerves,
received a copy of the Estacada
I haitly rekotnend the Distrik
at the request of friends, when enriching the blood, building up wasted
Progress this week, published by
tissues, renewing health, strength and en-
Skool to ur"pa,runij. i wil klosel
petitions were circulated, signed by ergy—
the best medicine you can use if you
For Sale— Buff Orpington eggs Mrs. N. B. Eckei. Sl*e is making
shop befor i wil mis .leaing this |
nearly every voter in his locality, are run-down, tired-out, nervous and de
I G I V E S. a H.
for hatching, 75c per setting. a nice clean paper and we wish her
ESTACAD A, O RE0O N
no matter what the cause. It
TRADING STAM PS
he accepted and has filed his nomi doesn’t depend
for its good effect upon
Phone, Mrs. E. W. Bartlett.
success in her new field,
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alcohol or nabit-forming drugs, Because it
none. It may not make you feel
Mrs. E. W. Bartlett entertained
Mi. Hunt is a hustler and stands contains
in a few hours, but it will make you
For Sale— 40 acre farm at Spring- Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Currin, C. C. ace high in his community. He is better
feel better, we are sure, just as soon as the ,
tonic and food properties it contains have a 1
water. All improved.
Saling and Mr. and Mrs. R. M one of the men who started and put chance
to get into the blood and, through .
24 w 2 W. F. Shannon, Dee, Ore.
Standish at a dinner patty last Fri through the Garfield Country Club, the blood, into the rest of the system. Pure
Olive Oil and the Hypophosphites have i
day evening. Duplicate whist was a rural social proposition that is long been endorsed by successful physi
Dr. Morse also tests eyes played during the evening with attracting state wide notice.
cians, but here, for the first time, they are
combined into one preparation which, as
and fits glasses. Office over honors to Mr. Currin and Mrs.
a nerve-food and a builder of strength and i
W . A . JO NES
better laws; declares there is being health, we believe, has no equal.
E . H . KELLOGG. PR O PR -
If you don’t feel well, begin taking Rex- |
too much money spent in county all Olive Oil Emulsion today, and build i
P R O P R IE T O R
R. E Ellison and wife arrived
and state for results obtained; that your health and strengthen your system
Found— A lady’ s fur muff. Own
G ood rigs and careful drivers alw ays
O R A N G E CI DE R
A P PL E CIDER
from McMinnvHle, Ore., Monday.
against more serious illness. T o convales
the code relating to roads and high cents, old people, puny children and all
er may have same by paying for
Mr. Ellison will take a position
ways needs thorough revision, also others who are weak, run-down or ailing,
this notice at the Progress office.
10 G A L L O N CI DER KEGS 50c EACH.
G iven H u n tin g and F ish in g Parties
we offer Rexall Olive Oil Emulsion with
with Cary’ y Mercantile Co. He
that tax and labor laws need care our personal promise that, if it doesn’t
has rented what is known as the
make you well and strong again, it will cost
ful and thorough consideration.
Choice Rural Seed Potatoes for
you nothing. If we didn’t have the utmost
Cary house on Broadway at the
Team W ork and Hauling by sale.* W. R. Woodworth,
Mr. Hunt is a thorough temper faith in it, we wouldn’t offer it with this
top of the steps and is getting ready
ance man and lives in a dry precinct. cuarimtee, nor even recommend it to you.
the Day or Contract
We are sure that once you have used it you
for house keeping.
There seems to be a general sen will recommend it to your friends, and
thank us forhaving recommended it. toyou.
Cary’s Mercantile Co. has in timent that that part of the co'unty Sold only at the more than 7,(XX) RmnU
R E P O R T O F T H E C O N D IT IO N O F
MRS. E. H. KELLOGG, Proprietor
and in this town only by us. $1.00.
a new multiple drawer cash
ESTACADA STATE BANK stalled
house, and Mr. Hunt stands a good Estacada Pharmacy, Estacada. Oregon.
at Estacada, in the State of O regon, at
their store. The chance for one of the three nomi
the close of business, M arch 4U1, 1914. furniture for
Cary’s keep up with the times and nations.— Oregon City Courier.
Fire In Currinville
Loans and discounts......,........ ..................$ 54 312.10
Good Clean Rooms in Connection
B o t ir d By Dnv o r W e e k .
if there is any new equipment
as L E. Belfils was pass
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured.......
W . M. Yonca
Bonds and warrants............................. ..
After a short Illness Mrs. Bertha ing by the home of J, R. Hughes at
Banking house......... ............................. .
have it like any progressive estab
Furniture and fixtures............................
Douglass died March 9, at 11 a m , Currinsville, he discovered smoke
12 182.71 lishment.
Due from approved reserve banks........
the Good Samaritan hospital in coming from the house and quickly
Checks and other cash ite m s .......... —
Last Friday night, Supervisor Portland.
4 786 04
Cash on hand................ ~ ......................
She was taken sick informed the unsuspecting inmates
R. M. James presided over a spell Wednesday morning and in a day that their house was on fire. The
Blacksm ith and W h eelw rig h t Total....... ..... ........................... .............$82 669.04 ing bee at Clarks, at which time a
or two seemed to be getting better, alarm was just in time and the fire
L IA B IL IT IE S
student aged 13, in the Timber but late Sunday afternoon she be was soon extinguished, with very
Capital stock paid in ......................... .... $25 000,00
Grove school proved to be the best came much worse and it was little damage. The origin of tlie
A t the Old Stand
Surplus fund...................................— !...
speller out ot seven schools. These thought best to take her to the fire is not known, only that it came
Undivided profits, less expenses and
$1 Per Year.
N o w is the time to subscribe.
taxes p aid -------- ------ — — ------- ____
from the chimney.
spelling contests are just what is hospital.
GIVE HIM A CALL
Dividends unpaid............................. . ___
needed in the schools and should be|
...... 2 884.45
Postal savings bank d e ^ s its
On account of the death of Mrs.
Deposits due State T reasu rer........... ..... . 3 000.00
M a le B rides.
GO T O -
Individual deposits subject
Bertha Douglass there will be no
CUPID a n d c a m p a s p e .
It had raini'd all the long dreary
to check ..................................... -------- 48 472.66
/ " i U P I D a nd m y C a m p n ? p e p la y e d
day, and hi* golden eurls were lx>-
The funeral services of Mrs Her- concert at the Douglass schoolhouse
A, J. T U C K E R S S H O P ,
Demand certificates of dep osit...............
A t c a r d s f o r kiss* h —i ’ lipid paid
S A T U R D A Y N IG H T
draggled and wet, and his iTice col
j Certified checks
H e s t a k e s hi s q u iv e r , b o w a n d a r
E s ta c a d a , O re g o n
j Notes and bills rediscounted
Bedford's Hope 3-Reel - “ Bison”
died at the Good Samaritan hos- i Mrs. Strahl went to Forest Grove
H is m o t h e r ’s d o v e s an d t e a m o f
For Carpenter and Contract Bilis payable for money borrowe d I
shoulders when lie eamc home at a
From Lincoln J. Carter’ s great
$82 669 04 piral in Portland March 9, was held Saturday to make
quarter past 4 o’elork and threw American play.
work,Cabinet Making and Repair
his schoollmoks at the eat, which
ing, plow shares axes and knives State of O regon, C ounty of Clackam as, ss:
T h e c o r a l o f his lip, t h e rose
The Twins— t-Reel, Farch.
G r o w i n g on ’ s c h e e k (but no ne
lay beside the hearth.
I, Irw in I>. iV righ t, cashier of the cada Wednesday morning.
Mias Nettie Wocdle is the guest
ground, saw filings and gumming,
k n o w s how);
“ Grandpa,” he said softly as lie
above named b an k, do solem n ly swear Rees preached the funeral sermon . 0f relatives over this way.
hand sawing, tip sawing and plane- that the above statem ent is true to the
came to where the old man was
A n d then t h e d im p le o f his t bin —
and the music at the church was
ing. gun repairing, small black- j best of m y k n o w led ge and belief.
Roy Douglass butchered nine
A ll t h e s e did m y • a m p a s p a win.
quietly sitting, smoking and think
A t last he s e t her both his eve s.
smithing, turning lathe for wood
ing, “ L thought all brides were of Billy Plays Poker t Reel. Comedy
1 hogs on Monday.
I r w i n D . W righ t, Cashier.
S h e won . a n d C u p i d blind did rice.
the female sex.”
O Lo v e , h a l h s h e do ne t h is to t h e e ?
Subscribed and sworn to before me this The Grange people took charge of
work, soldering done.
The Stranger’ s Trail 1 Reel.
Mr and Mrs. Roy Douglass.
W h a t sh all , a la s , b e c o m e o f m e ?
“They are,.child; they are. Why
the services at the cemetery. \
S h o p o n e d o o r s o u th 0 / M a r c h - lo th d ay of M arch, 1914.
do you make such an «aid remark?”
L E . Belfils, N otary Public.
b a n k 's R e s t a u r a n t
large number of friends of the de
.Chapman. H S. Gibson a.id Will
“ Because, grandpa, in looking Binks The Strike Breaker i-Reel
C o rrect— A ttest: Lerov D. W a lk e r.
ceased were in attendance at the
Willie— Paw, whnt is the mother 1 over my geography lesson I eaine
Douglass made a trip to Eagle Creek
Thom as Y ocu m , Irw in D. W rig h t, d i
funeral. Mrs. Douglass was ill but
100* HI Rf
1 upon the Hebrides. Are they fe
Falls Sunday afternoon.
Got Somethin«! To Sell?
a short time, so the Progress under
Paw— Tlie language of Mars, my male.,, too, and, if so, why are they BewitcTied Matches— 1 Reel,
A«l>ertine in Proqrenn
• A Scientific Marvel
Sold! B'tver found
‘ called ‘lie ?’ ”
— Cincinnati Enquirer.
W h y not advertise?
Don’t forget to R E G I S T E R .
GARFIELD COUNTRY CLÜ8
FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 20.
Gems In Verse
The Hotel Estacada
A REAL NERVE AND
R. G. MARCHBANK
The Home Restaurant
J. V. BARR
A • .
Supplement to T h e Estacada
Progress of March 12, 1914.
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