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About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (June 25, 1914)
Celebrate the Fourth of July in Estacada.
All the News
FOR ONLY $1
A good time promised to all who attend
Boost for the
EST A C A D A , OREGON, TH URSD AY’ , JU N E 25, 1914
Road Building Notes.
$r A Y E A R
Supervisor Jensen reports that
the new steel bridge across Eagle
This organt/.alion was formed
I Creek will he ready for use within Monday night last with the new
the next month, as all material is name adopted in place of the cus
! on the spot and the Pacific Coast tomary • ‘Commercial Club" title.
Every pair of Silk and Cotton Gloves in Stock, will be sold at 'A price.
Construction Co., the contractors, The original meeting was not as
are ready to begin its erection now. vven atteuded as it should have
“Niagara Maid” and “Perrins” Make, every pair warranted, all colors, all lengths, at 'A price.
j The bridge will cost $4300.
been, but after a ten minute recess,
This bridge will be the link cou- those present returned with addi
We have what you want in—
! necting George and Estacada and tional members and the meeting be
from now on it is hoped that the gan business with temporary of
enterprising George people will feel ficers E. W. Bartlett, chairman
A N D JSH ELFJH A R D W A R E
that Estacada is their shipping and and Irwin Wright, secretary, in
charge. The meeting adopted a
Sharpies Tubular Separators -- $ 4 0 .0 0 up.
Estacada people are especially in constitution and by-laws after con
Small Accounts Welcome
terested in this work, for the mer siderable discussion, deciding on
Screen Doors and Door Screening
chants some time ago made a liberal the new name of the organization
Bridge & Beach Ranges
donation to the George district to and limiting its initiation fee to 23c
he used in building such a road. and the monthly dues to 25c. The
W e will be pleased to have you open an
American Field Fencing
This donation, while a small part j next regular meeting will occur
account with us, no matter how small.
of the entire cost of the work, has j Monday evening, July 13 at 8 P. M.
Kodaks and Supplies
been wisely expeuded and shottid | , sharp at the C. I. C. rooms. At
bring returns many fold.
I that time it is expected to have a
W e are pleased to give you the benefit
For the past month the George I rousing crowd of the local men, not
our up to date banking service.
people have been busily at work ! onty the merchants, hut all of the
"By Our Fruits, You All Know Us”
; opening the new road up this side 1 ,j)en over 18 years of agi in this
|! of the Eagle Creek Canyon, through | community, officers will then be
theF'rank Thomas property, thence elected and the new organization
ESTACADA STATE BANK
joining with the lower Garfield road launched.
E S T A C A D A .'
into Estacada. A fine 5% grade
The object of the league is to
UROY D. WALKER. President
has been obtained up the canyon help the development of Estacada
and while the road is not full width and its surrounding country. It is
THOMAS YOCl'M. Vice President
at present, it is sufficiently wide to hoped that every man in this com
IRWIN D. WRIGHT, Cashier
allow of teams passing. Probably munity will join, as the initiation
no crushed rock can be put on the fee and dues are low and the more
grade this year but some gravel will members the better the work that
Interest paid on time deposits.
be used, making it a good summer catt be accomplished.
road and passable in winter.
While it probably will not be
People owning autos or othet necessary, the organization may
conveyances should take early ad have to appeal to the C- I. C. to
vantage of the coming opening of get their members to personally see
this highway to take a delightful to it that their husbands are present
scenic trip to the growing agricul at the next meeting.
to order those new parts you need for that Old Mower or Rake.
tural George country and get better
CLEAN UP DAY.
acquainted with its hustling people.
We can get them for you on short notice, or if the Old Machine
Mesdames Morse and Jorg, act
ing as a committee of the C. I. C.
is past repair, we have New Ones ready for you.
For all kinds of Furniture and Undertaking Goods
have been thoroughly canvassing
At 7:30 Tuesday night. June 23, the town with a view to getting all
Call and see our nice line of Rockers, Bed Springs, and
occured the death of Mrs. William merchants and property owners to
If you are going to buy a Separator, ask your neighbor about his
Emmett, at her home in Estacada.
Mattress, Linolium, Rugs and Matting. A good line of
Part of the family weie piesent at N E S D A Y , JU L Y 1st. This ap
DE LAVAL, the Machine for Long Lasting and Close Skimming.
plies especially to the downtown
Queensware always on hand. When you want dishes we
Mrs. Emmett was in her 78th. district, along Broadway, Main.
have them. W e have a couple of White Sewing Machines
I year and her death was the result Second and Third Sts. It is likely
: of old age and general breakdown. that the Estacada Fire Dept, will
left which we will sell cheap.
Mis. Emmett was one of the early furnish hose and will wash down
Remember every dollar spent here entitles you to 100 votes on the FREE PIANO.
; Clackamas county pioneers, having the main streets after cleaning.
Call and see us before going elsewhere. W e will
j crossed the pb-ins in ox team with Arrangements have been made for
her parents from Missouri in 1852 a wagon to handle the refuse.
Yours for business,
j and located near Oregon City. Her This clean up does not include the
maiden name was Mary Lamb and
about 1855 she married Isaac Storm- merly. Estacada is to be host to
er of the, then Oregon Territory. hundreds of outsiders July 4th. and
t>R[f N I RAHIM, SI AMPS
She has resided in Clackamas coun the city should present a clean, or
ty the majority of her life, having
lived most of the time near Viola and with broom, rake or shovel next
Estacada, with the exception of Wednesday morning.
about 16 years when she lived in
Mrs. Elsie Jane Tite, mother-in-
Friday evening last, the Rebec
IT WILL DO YOU GOOD
Eastern Oregon and while there, law of H. E. Worden, formerly of
cas gave a pleasant surprise to Mr. was married to Win. Emmett.
Estacada, died at the home of her
to see how your horses will go and Mrs. H. M. James, in the form
She had in all eight children, five
into the feed we provide. No of an arrest, a trial, a reception and of whom are living, being Frank daughter, 16 miles south of Estacada,
indifference, no mussing with a banquet, at the Odd Fellow’s Stormer of Grant county; Abe June 21st. Mrs. Tite was 73 years
About fifty friends were Stormer of McMinnville: John old and had been ailing for some
the feed but just straight eating. Hall.
time. Undertaker W. D. Henthorn
present and with L. E. Belfils as
If vour horses are "off their toastmaster, the toasts and speeches Stormer of Estacada; Mrs. M. An brought the body to Estacada and
feed” give them some of ours. made the guests realize that it is
with the assistance of F. A. Chap
man prepared same for shipment to
You'll see a quick cure and a hard to leave so many good friends
The burial will be in charge of
bettered condition that mean behind. Mrs. Sara E. Bates with W. D. Henthorn, undertaker, and Portland, where the funeral ar
her usual fitting remarks presented will take place at the Lone Oak rangements are being held ttp,
more work and better. Isn’ t
a set of silver knives and forks to cemetery, after the services at the awaiting the arrival of other mem
that what you are after?
>1 ti i'.'í V. -V
.u /'Lr' <;•; • >’1 f/,i.
Mr, and Mis. James with the com Christian church. Services at n , bers of the tamilv.
pliments of their fellow lodge mem Friday morning.
J, W. Reed and family made a
bers. Mr. and Mrs. James were
Mrs. Emmett leaves behind scores two day auto trip to Newberg, Or.,
taken entiiely by surprise, having of close friends and acquaintances, visiting relatives there and return
been invited to spend the evening who join with the Progress in ex ing Monday night.
W idely scattered have been built by the
at the J . W. Reed home.
While pressing their sincere sympathy to
Portland Railway, Light & Power Co. for
there Sheriff Eschleman and Depu the family in their bereavement.
ed and are moving into the Frazier
ty Henthorn placed them tinder ar
purpose of providing
rest and conducted them handcuffed
Frank Ewing, engineer in charge house near the M. E. church. Mr.
to the lodge rooms, where a mock of the upper Clackamas work, re Smith is connected with the P. R.
I ( 2 i day
$ 10 a week
trial was held, with Dr. Adix as ports that a party comprising L. & P. Co.
attorney for the defense with E. Messrs. Griffith, Townsend and
Bates as prosecutor before J. W. Cold well of the P. R, L. ft P. Co.,
Messrs. T. B. Ford, S. MacDon
Reed as judge. Jimmv was found Mr. Sherard of the Government
guilty of every offense on the cal Forestry Dept, and Noble McMil ald and. Mrs. W. C. Green of Ore
endar and sentenced to eat his lan, Mr. Ewing's assistant, will
MODERN C O N V E N IE N C E S
to its patrons. Through high tension trans
share of the banquet.
make a trip up the Clackamas river tee to arrange for a convention of
mission lines, each of these generating
and its tributaries to inspect the Clackamas County Drys.
sources of future water power, the their intention to thoroughly or
July 4th Prizes
■ One of the most delightful Resorts on the Coast j
plants are intercommunicative, so that the
forests and other resources. The ganize the county, precincts and
There will be a first and second party expects to leave this week school districts and make a careful 1
service is insured against unforseen inter
prize awarded for all of the follow and lie away about 6 days.
Local and Tourist Trade Solicited
canvass of every voter and keep the
ing parade features. The athletic
work up until the Noy. 3rd. elec
events do not appear here, hilt ap
The " Flaming Arrow", a 2-reel tion, with a view to passing the
WHERF LO C ATED
pear on the official program, to be Bison Film and " The Wanderer” , Prohibitory Amendment to the Con
Portland (2 )
distributed before the 4th.
a 1- reel Imp with a good Keystone stitution of the State in 1914. A
mass convention will be held June
No cash prizes will be awarded, as the
Family 26th. at Woodman Hall, Oregon
Am. Athletic Union rules do not allow night program at the
o f amateuers entering races for cash Theatre. Sunday night will show City to formulate the plans and
We handle only the best of meats
prizes, as it brings tucli contestants un
Comedy, with a Powers feature, ¡(regardless ot their party affilia
der professional class.)
Lard, Bacon, Sour Kraut, Pickles.
" A Man” and two other good tions.
A complete line of fresh and salt meats.
tending college this year and wish reels entitled " The Branded Six
Fresh vegetables in their season.
to enter amateur athletics there.
Baron.” Last week’s show was he rendered in the Methodist church
Fresh Eggs and Butter.
Best Decorated Auto.
fine with a coup'.e of the funniest Sunday morning. June 28th., at n
buggy and team.
comedies ever seen hete.
A M. This program takes the
float from country district.
The Springwater Chorus is re place of the regular preaching ser
Portland Railway, Light & Power Co.
hearsing again under Mr. David vice. All are invited to attend.
” miscellaneous float.
Signed C. B. Rees.
Horner’ s direction Several very
Broadway and Alder S h o ts
pleasing madriga's and glees are be
Through the efforts of Mrs. S. ©
Phones: Marshall 5100
lady horse back rider.
Draper Dunlop of Garfiild, Mrs. J.
M RS. E. H. KELLOGG, M a n n e r
W, Reed of Estacada.
All entries to be made by July held in the Spnngwater church next Hughes of Currinsville and other
3rd. noon with Mrs. E. W. Bart Sunday morning
Everybody is in- i ,adlPS (:onnecte(1 with the zion
lett. Phone Mrs. Adix at once if T i l e d
New hymnals of the Rood 0arfieId Currinsville and Hs acada
J. W. Reed reports the sale of j O. C. Klaetsch is busy making a
you are entering your automobile.
mnstc sort are expected every day M g Churches, a fund svas
more Fori! autos, one to D. M delivery of 20,000 feet of lumber
| raised to purchase a cow for the
The little girls are to meet at 9 and may be here by Sunday.
Marshall of Estacada and one to to H M Looney for his new home
o'clock, July 4tb. at the school
John Klinker and daughters use °1 the pastor, Rev. C. B Rees,
Elmer Dibble of Springwater. At tn Cutrinsvtlle. The Klaetsch Mills
house to take part In the float con Helen and Elsie of Portland are (the cow purchased is a half Jersey
present rate, he will probably have in Dodge are running full blast and
ducted by Mrs. Pyle, now in charge
g t lJS t .S
of Mrs. M. Klinker, 0j J since Tuesday last the pastor has 1 a couple more sold before the paper have a big supply of lumber piled
of Mrs. Belfils.
' gets off the press.
j in their yards.
been dota the milkin. ”
Big Savings for You!
Build up Estacada!
C A R Y ’S M E R C A N T IL E CO.
Don’t You Forget
THFEstacada Furniture Co.
BERTH. FINCH Hardware, Harness and Implements
Estacada Furniture Co.
Estacada Lumber and Produce Co.
The Hotel Estacada
PALACE MEAT MARKET.
FRED JORG, Proprietor
HOME RES T AU RA NT
Meals 35c up.
Lunches 10c Up
Lunches Put up For Travelers