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About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (May 28, 1914)
The Mail Schedule
G eo rg e Social Club
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The George Social and Commer One Warrior Who Was Too Much For
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cial Club is accomplishing much
Frederick the Great.
Published [very Ihnrtdav Morning
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the Great was very
H E N R Y V .A D 1 X .M .D
rSTM ADA. OKiOOS
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about three months ago with a fond of hearing what the common
NINA li. KCKRR, Kditor »nd Manager i memberslli of
P H Y S IC IA N A S U R G E O N Office hours 7 A. M. to 6 P. M.
it has grown to sol,liei!* thought of him and often
is i i
. . frequented in disguise the taverns
■ * * * * * :■
Sundays 7 A. M. to 8:30 A. M.
nearly so memneres. Holds meet-
w re lus soldier* »aroused. Une
...... i i -ntarod at th . postoHIc In Enacada Oregon, as i .
Holidays 7 A. M to 9:30 A M a t , a l
OFPtCK, ADJOINING KK3IDKNCR
wont int(, ., , iviTii itml sai. j K ¿
sacon.1 class siali
from 3:30 P. M. to 6 P. M.
L ma I and U n i OMancc Ttlaphona
of interest to the community arej down at a table will 1 Hli o lii Sol- I
SU BS C R IPTIO N RA TES
discussed. The Club has grown to j dier. I’lie latter insisted 011 W -
Tfa* doctor'! phone n i 1« connected Positively no mail delivered through
One year ...
. SI 00 such an extent that it has become! *n- f ° r everything, and the kuiif
with jronr home phone at night il re Drug Store
Six month* .
A. N. Johnson. Postmaster.
On* long ring.
necessary to , build a club
house. ! | noticed
u l...... , that .........
j although, it was not pay diiv.
This will be placed at a central j "llow is it, comrade,” said the
Thursday, May 28 , 1 QI 4
point in the district and will h e; king, ‘‘that you can make your
D r. W. K . H a v i la n d M ethodist Episcapal Church
Sunday School . . .
10 a m.
built during the summer. The money lust so long?”
W idely scattered have been built by the
C om m ertia l Club
“ That’s easy enough if you know
Kp worth l.eague - - - 6:30 p. in
Garfitld Country Club with a truly
Railway, Light & Power Co. lor
Prayer meeting Thursday 8 p. m
A meeting is called for the re neighborly spirit, has donated the j
organization of the Kstacada Com use of their hall to the George Club
that you don’t need. Today, for
1 - k K A C ll I N G S K K V I C I t S :
At Kstacada— First and third June 1st, at the Civic club rooms. fo ra dance which will be given instance, 1 sold my sword and made
and and. T é lé p h o n a C o n n e ctio n s
myself a wooden one; that's good
Sundays 111 each mouth at 8 p. ni All persons who are interested in Friday night June 5, for the bene enough in times of peace,” and the
fit of the building fund of the
R esid en ce c o r n e r o f Second Second and fourth Sundays 111 each
the welfare of Kstacada are invited George Club. The pu'olic is cor soldier drew his sword and showed
a n d C u r r in streets.
month at 11 a. 111.
A few days later the king was
At Currinsville— First and third
I reviewing hi» troops, and lie recog- K l
high tension trans
Dr. L- A. W E L L S
Sundays at it a. m Second and
East Clackamas Fair
•N o tice
nized his old acquaintance with the I 0
fourth Sundays at 8 p. 111.
mission lines, each of these generating
He immediately | (ft
A meeting of the East Clacka
Owing to the last Saturday of dismounted, walked up to the man : y
At Garfield—Second and fourth
plants are intercommunicative, so that the
D E N T IS T
mas Fair Committee was held in the month being a holiday. Red ami said to him, “ Draw your sword <s\
Sundays at 3 p. m.
service is insured against unforseen inter
At Mi. Zion—First and third Kstacada, Saturday, May 23. Its ¡Letter Day has been changed to and cut oir my head!”
“ Your majesty,” said the trem
plans are progressing rapidly and I Friday, May 29. After this will
Sundays at 3 p m.
bling soldier, “ how can I comm
A ssociated w ith D r. H . V.
with the interest and co-operation he the last Saturday as usual,
C. E. Rees. Pastor.
A a ix.
of the people of this vicinity and 35W2
“ Your first duty is obedience to 1 Jrj
Portland ( 2 )
The Re-Organized Church of our neighboring communities there
your king!" shouted Frederick
-th I Art
Jesus Christ of L. D S. meets in is every reason to expect this first
an angry voice. “ Draw your sword!”
word !” «-
Then (he old fellow lifted
D R R. M O R S E . store building 011 the corner, form- effort will be a great success.
ed his I i/f
M a y 1 2 , 1 9 1 4 , the Department eyes to heaven and with a tremblin
mhling ! Ö
erly the Howe store, Sundays as Within a week or two the premium
P h y s ic ia n a n d S urgeon
voice exclaimed: “ I obey! lint in
follows: Sunday School at to, and j lists will he ready for distribution,
preaching at 11 o’clock A. M. All We want everyone to exhibit. The P. O. at Springwater, Ore., and a wooden one when I draw it to
Taats eyas and fita glasses.
more and better the exhibits the | transfering R. I). No. 1 to Kstacada, strike my king.” Thereupon lie
Office aver Drug Store
drew his sword, and it was a wooden
J. F. Wiles, Fklder.
Local and long distance tele-
hoping we all win blue ribbons, j 3- In order to enable us to handle one. With a hearty laugh the king
Everyone has a chance. Plan to i ,llis mail without delay and to mounted and rode on. — National
The Christian Church.
exhibit the best >011 have, if that |avoid mistakes, kindly advise your
10 a. m.
C L A U D E W. D E V O R E Bible school
11 a. ui. docs not seem good enough to you 1 correspondents and publishers of |
P e n a l S e r v it u d e F o r L if e .
A T T O R N E Y -A T -L A W
Y . P. S. C. K.
7 p. m. ¡ g«t something that is a top notcher votir correct address, viz: Estacada,
It is a popular error in England
Broadway and Alder Streets
the (fiat penal servitude “ for life”
7:45 p. ui. j aud surprise your neighbors, Keep Ore., R. D. No. 3, Box
N O T A R Y P U B L IC
The public cordially invited to all ser
same would apply to Dodge No. 2 means in reality “ for twenty years.”
Hom e A-6131
E s ta c a d a . O rego n
vices, \ V . G i v e n s , Pastor,
Of course it is no such tiling. Penal
servitude for life means precisely
C ^ Irw 'O .
A. N. Johnson, P. M.,
what it says, neither more nor less.
E. W. BA R T L E T T .
True, all life sentences are recon
sidered at the end of twenty years,
E A G L E C REEK
ECONOMY is one of the
Guy T. Hum was in town Mon and if the convict’s conduct lias
They have it—good fresh vege
Mrs. R. B, Gibson was in Esta
tables. Go and see them. Fred
day morning and when asked how been all that it ought to be during
abused words in the dic
cada last week and had some dental
everything was at Garfield, sai -1 ! the whole of that long period lie
It does not mesa
may be tentatively released on a
“ everything was tooting." They ticket of leave. But obviously that
the mere saving of money, as
Office on Broadway.
$1300 00 to loan at 7 percent,
Dan Kidman and family. Geo. have organized a brass band ont in : is a very different thing from let
suggested by low prices.
Kitzmiller and family, Mrs. How- this most progressvie neighborhood ting him go free altogether. lie is
Oregon gilt-edge security. Enquire of
J. W. Reed, Kstacada. lett, Mrs. A. J. Kitzmiller and son
True economy consists in se
and start out under very auspicious still a convict and will remain one
to the end of his days. He has to
curing for the least money the
Large tract of good valley farm Walter were the guests of G u y conditions. Seventeen have al report himself every month until
JO H N B R O W N
ready purchased instruments aud »loath frees him, anil if he swerves
ing land to be thrown o|ien in cen Woodle and wife Sunday.
highest values possible.
tral Oregon in May. Good cli
Roy Douglass and wife attended "jined ths band.” The Progress from the narrow path ever so lit
T H E IN S U R A N C E M AN
Without the value you lose,
mate, plenty of water, ard rich
wishes success to the Garfield tle— and is found out— lie goes
soil. For large map and full di the ball game at Estacada Sunday.
O F GRESH AM R H O NE 513
matter what you pay.
rections and information send $ 1 .5 0
H. S, Gibson killed a big skunk
the formality of n trial, to be re
E R N A T IO N A L Clothes
to J. C. Dearway. The Dalles. Monday evening.
leased. as a general rule, never
O R E G O N F IR E
T R U K ECONOMY in
Oregon, An opportunity to get a
again.— London Answers.
‘ EYES OF A PORTRAIT.
verv good free homestead near
Mrs. Viola Douglass visited with
R E L IE F A S S O C IA T IO N
the best sense of the word.
school and market.
31U her sou Will and wife Sunday,
P r e p a r in g F o r t h e W o r s t .
They Seem to Follow You, but That Is
O F MCMINN VILE, ORE.
T ry an International Snit
an Optical Illusion.
Mine. Tetrazzini says that one of
Wanted—Highest price paid for
this season. Let ns take your
Why do the eyes of a painted the most amusing experiences of
man of Portland were week-end portrait follow you? It is simply her younger days occurred when she
Automobile Insurance a Specialty eggs at the Palace Meat Market.
measure and give you a sam
gtlests of R. B. Gibson and wife.
F red J org .
»11 optical illusion, easily explained. and iier sister were touring together
ple of what R E A L T A I
To produce such an effect the
Ray Woodle and wife were Esta
Lost- -Black and white Fox Ter
eyes of the person represented in where they had been very comfort
LO R IN G stands for.
cada visitors one day last week.
the portrait must be looking direct able.
rier, with Kstacada licence tag on
“ After thanking the landlady,”
neck. Finder will be properly re
So much for that. Now, under Mine. Tetrazzini says, “ she surpris-
J. W. Reed.
such circumstance! the pupil of e(I us both by looking at us :n the
Rain seems to be the order of the
each eye is necessarily in the mid most kindly and condescending
dle thereof, with as much “ white” way.”
ESTA C A D A , OREGON.
W. A. JO N ES
15c per doz. Enquire of or phone,
“ ‘That’s all right, my dears,’ she AtTitTuLihétéuLifi-ìnIàiIiiluri Ait»»71 i.
on one side 11s on the other.
Coyd A. Looney, Kstrcada.
Obviously tiiis relation does not said. ‘I ’m always good to theatri
spent one day last week viaiting at
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vary at all with the position assum cals, for 1 always say to myself that
the home of Edgar Heiple.
ed by the observer. The latter may 1 never know but what my own
OoaH rigs and caratai driven alwayt
For Sale—Young Mare. If von
Mrs. John Githeus and Mr. and stand far over on either side of the children may come to it!’ ”
haven’ t the money, what have you Mrs. Butler spent Sunday after picture, and yet, from his point of
P a r s in g t h e W o r d “ T h a t . "
Ghraa Hunting and Pithing Partie* to tradv? Address, Eagle Creek noon with Mr. and Mrs. Jack view, there is as milch “ white” on
“ Speaking of grammar,” said a
and the pupil is still iu the middle. schoolteacher, “ it is possible, you
know, to form a sentence which
Twun Work and Hauling by
Lost—-A black and white Shep
John Gichens, Echo Gilhens. Ed Such being the ease, the painted contains five consecutive ‘ thuts.’ |
image continues to look directly at
herd dog, with a collar on. Anv gar Heiple and daughter Marie him.
For instance, ‘lie said that that that !
the Day or Contract
person giving information of his visited with Mr. and Mrs. James
That is ail there is to it. And that that limn referred to is an ad- i
whereabouts, will be paid for their Young of Logan one day last week. exactly the same principle applies joetive.’ It takes some pretty clear
Address Chas. Hicin- They bought some Belgian hares of i ° die pictures often seen in adver thinking on the part of my young-;
tising signs, lrltich not only look iters to solve the problem and ¡»arse
bothoni, Bex 34, Kstacada.
but also point a steady finger <li each word, hut usually some of
Com m ercial Patronage
Fred Bannister was visiting
reclly. at the observer, no matter them do it. The first that is a con
For Rent—An entirely modern fur
where the hitter limy stand. Some junction, tho second is an adjective, |
this neighborhood Saturday.
nished bouse, cheap to responsible
times instead of a linger it is a pis the third is a noun, the fourth a
conjunction and the fifth an adjec- i
patties. Call next week and see
tol in the picture that is ¡minted.
This very curious optical phe live. Is it perfectly plain to you?” j
Mrs. Chas. Dubois.
W . M. Y one«
JT - 1
Ottn Paulsen went to Estacada nomenon is exhibited most striking
The Feast of Dolls.
ly on the street cars. One enters,
Nor Sale -*-A thoroughbre»l Crys last Monday.
Tho feast of the dolls is the
say, at the rear door and sees on
tal White Orphington cockrel. Just
Irene Paulsen from Portland a picture sign a man pointing a quaintest of all the little Japanese '
one year old. Enquire at the Pro- j carae home la9t Monday to visit finger or a pistol at him. As the I girls’ iestiva's. I11 the storehouse,
where ure kept all the family trens-1
Kress o ce.
| with her parents for a couple of passenger g >es forward tho man j arcs, there are boxes filled with
actually seems to turn and follow
Blacksmith end Wheelwright
him with eve and pistol, still point- 1 1 dobs
, have come
For Sale— Two-year-old Grade
in r the latter at him when lie has | tho ffmnd.nothers and great-grand-
Enquire at Allen’s Feed 1 Henry Johnson went to Portland
A t the Old Stand
W ith full equipment.
rcached the front door of the ear. | mothers. Each new bride takes her
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It is a swing through an are of nine «lolls when she goes to her father-
in-law's house, and she keeps the
ty degrees or more.
GIVE HIM A CALL
Notice Strayed or stolen, a dark 1 On Decoration »lav George peop’e
You see, whatever the point of feast each year till her eldest daugh
O f Oregon City, Distributers.
brown Mare, white spot on fore are going to have a program with view may be (so loug as the picture ter is old enough to take it up.
head and shod all around. Braml- Mrs. Joyner as leader. There will is in sight at all), the muzzle of the
Rio« Dew« «K* Curtain.
O f B o s to n C o in a g e .
He— I railed to are \our fjtner ed, clicked ankles behind. Reward. he a short program at each ceme pistol or the finger tip is always
At a church fair recently n
optically central. The picture be
36W1 Sandy Bridge Lmd. Co.,
tery and if a nice dav. everybody ing a plane surface, the relation of solemn looking elderly gentleman |
She (fluttering visibly)— Oh, did
remarked to a young man, “ I never
will bring their lunch and will eat finger tip »>r muzzle to the other
attend a church fair like this with
it at Suter Creek. Everybody is purts of it is unaltered; hence out thinkimr of the money changer*
He— T r*; he !>*• been owing our
Dr. Morse also tests eyes
wherever yon stand the pistol or in the temple.”
firm a little hill for aorne time.—•
invited to come.
and fits glasses. Office over
linger points at you.
Boat on Transcript.
“ I don't see the resemblance, sir,”
Theo. Harders an»l Henry Smith
In the paiatial mansion of a New replied the young man. “ There’«
T e a Ktoda el lwHln«aa.
York multimillionaire there is a n«> money changing here. Whatever
went to Sandy last Monday.
There is a sweetness of the child
double staircase, the two tlights vott give ’em they keep.” — Boston
and a sweetness of the old. The
joining at a landing above. On tlie Transcript.
$1 Per Y ear
N ow is the time to subscribe.
aweetnesa of the child 1a largely in Notice is hereby given that the un - t an<I Mrs Peter Rimi, had an ac- wall is a huge painting of a (lock of
dependent of hia |wr*onalitv It is ilersigne»l. administrator of the estate ! cident last Wednesday evening, he sheep eoming downhill. The pic
in his way* and in hm looks, and of Henry Claussen. deceased, has filed | broke hi* nrm right at the elbow ture is a famous work of_jirt anil
There is a very pronounced dis
the same thing is true, though not Ms final .«count in sai«l estate in the . but it
gelting al,mg verv nicely cost nobo»K knows how ifutnv thou tinction between the pilgrims and
aite a»> much, of the voting woman. County Court for Clackamas County, I
sands of dollars, hut the thing the Jhiritans. The pilgrims were
lut when tweet net* comes at sixty State of Oregon, and that the Judge of j novv
about it that clneffy interests most, tfih seventy-eight men and twontv-
it is th« expression of the very na naid Court has appointed Saturday, the
This rain has spoiled the road people who >ee it is that, no matter c ght' women (members of John
ture of the soul. Mr. Barrie some flth day o f Ju n e. 1914 . at 9 : 3 U o ’clock w o rk ln R fo r a w h i|e .
wliieli of the two flights (which are llohinson"« church) \»ho sailed in
where we believe lias said that n»i A M for hearing objections to said ac - 1
fifty feet apart) one as««nils, the tho Mayflower from l.evden and
woman is really beautiful untd sh c ;rount ao»l for settling said estate,
shet'p seem t«> lie running directly landed at Plymouth, where they
ie fifty-three. The beauty that is j
W. H. MATTOON.
toward the observer. Here again founded the first English colony in
Worth most ie the beauty that is Administrator of the estate of Henry
the optical principle involved i> ex N.-.v England. The Puritans came
Of all kinds
eon Heeled with the character itself. (Haussen, decesseli
actly the same.— New York Amer a few year« later anil founded Bos
on or the Mas., hnsetts Bay cora-
— Normen Hapgood in Harper's CLAUDE W DEVORE.
.- r y o T .<«»>- •
A ttem ey fo r Adm inistrator, j | Done at the Progress Office
1 any.—New York American.
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H to I® i
Light & Power Co.
Livery, Feed & Sale
G. MARCH BANK
The Universal Car
N E W
P R IC E S
Effective August lst, 1913, F. O. B.
Oregon City or Estacada
J. V. BARR
Model T. Runabout
Touring Car 6 2 5 .0 0
Pacific Highway Garage
J. W. REED,
Try us for Job Work