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NO. 46 OF V O I, 7
ESTA CA D A , OREGON, TH U R SD AY, A U G U ST
Cary’s for Genera! Merchandise
Meet your Friends here
CARY MERCANTILE CO.
ESTA CA DA .
In order to reduce our stock of
(ind SCREEN DOORS
for the next two weeks we will give E X T R A VO TES on
the FR E E PIANO as follows:
10,000 votes on every RANG E sold
5.000 ’ * ’ OIL STO VE sold
3.000 ’ ’ ’ LA W N MOW ER sold
1.000 ’ ’ * SCREEN DOOR sold
W e are still giving 500 votes for even,’ $ worth of
Binding Twine sold during this week.
Bert h. Finch - - -
Hardware, Harness and Implements
IT WILL DO YOll GOOD
to see how your horses will go
into the feed we provide. No
indifference, no mussing with
the feed but just straight eating.
If vour horses are “ off their
feed” g iv e ‘ them some of out.s.
You’ll see a quick cure and a
bettered condition that mean
more work and better. Isu't
that what you are after?
Estacadd Lumber and Produce Co.
¿to a week
The Hotel Estacada
MODERN CO N VEN IEN CES
One of the most delightful Resorts on the
Local and Tourist Trade Solicited
Palace Meat Market
We handle only the best of meats
Lard, Bacon, Sour Kraut, Pickle'.
A comp'ete line of fresh and »alt meats.
Fresh vegetables in their season.
Fresh Eggs and Butter.
Waterbury and Chapman
“ The Busy Store“
Leading Grocery Store
Phone, Main 76.
Wholesale and Retail
R. G. MARCHBANK
1 Span mares, weight 2700 pounds,
with harness. Price $250.00
1 Span horses, weight 2900 pounds,
with harness. Price $300.00
1 Span old horses, weight 3000 pound,
with harness. Price $125.00
1 3! Studebaker wagon $60.00
Sandy Ridge Lumber Co.
| of farming, I am anxious to secure from
. ¡rmon 1 1 iundi
p, ,.si ,vt rian church and the span- ,
w m i 11 1 ism iw um —1—
Mrs. A. Drill of Faraday re
turned to her home a week ago
a fter an extended vacation, visit
ing Mr. Drill s relatives at Yam-,
hill, and later camping at the!
L)r. L. A. W ells return 'd thn
ing trip through the central part
He is now ready at
his office for his patients, as
i A YEAR
Estacada State Bank
•• mi 1 1
ial H an’ st Home program was
enjoye: by all.
Mrs. A. Botkin, Garfield , yon such (lata as will aid me iii my work. usual.
The work on tlie bridge over
i If I can have at hand the kind of crops
Eagle Creek, from George to F..>ta-
Edward Shearer, Garfield you raise, i am sure i ran l-.vip von i,v cada
is processing rapid!v, as the
I furnishing you data which has brought
workmen aie now busy riveting the
■ success to other* in your chosen field.
B. F. Ford, Estacada
steed structure and building the
T. W. Cross, Cresbum, Oregon.
All desired information will be
On return postal:
gladly given. The necessary
Mrs. N, 15 Fotwin and daughter
tents for the exhibit have been j I 2. i. Post
j Hath of Forest Grove, Ore., after a
ordered and the committee hope J. How many acres under cultivation? three weeks visit at home of Mrs.
that they will contain exhibits 4. How many acres not cultivated? j Emily Lady, returned to their home j
Gilbert I’otwin and wife
creditable both as to quality and j 5. What does your crop consist ot and of Tuesday.
Portland were Sundae visitors at
W heat- O ats- K y e - Barley- lhc r-a,!-v ll0me'
Now is the time to he getting:
V e tc h -H o p s -P o ta to e s - Corn
Judge O. W. Wonacott of Ros -
your exhibits ready, for the fair
burg and son Chas. Wouacott o f 1
takes place Sept. 8th and 9th 6. How many acres in small fruit? Portland arrived in Esta ; : i Tu
7. How many head of live stock have i day afternoon.
went im- !
you? C attle- H ogs- Horses- mediately to Charle’s Garfield fruit
| ranch and from there arc making 11 j
Mr. Cross has also furnished few day- li-: ing trip ___
Cary’s Hot Springs
T he Mistes Mary and June
The last week has seen dozens of this office the following information
camping, hunting and fishing par regarding alfalfa as raised west of;Oakley of So tile are visiting at
Deposit your money here at any time.
Draw out your money at any time.
Make use of our checking service.
N o matter the size of your account.
For safety, leave your valuables in the vaults.
When you want to borrow money, either short
or long time, let us help you.
When you want information on good invest
ments, let us help you.
For your insurance, our service is of the best.
Feel at home to avail yourself of our conservative
ItK O Y D. W U h tR . P re s id e n t
THOMAS YOCUM. V ice P re s id e n t
IRWIN D. WRIGHT, C a sh ie r
Interest paid on time deposits.
F R U I T J ARS
New Mason GOLDEN GAIE fruit jars, per dozen $1.25
New PATEPJF FOPS for Ball Mason fruit jars, with slot
for opening and pattent rubber device. These are just as
cheap as the old tops, for rubbers can be used over
and over again.
Per dozen $ .30
JbLLY GLASSES with scolloped sides, per doz. $ .30 & .35
We have a few half-gallon ECONOMY jars, at a
bargain price, per dozen
We, of course, hi.ve our full line of furniture, bedding,
queensware, sewing machines,etc.
tue Cascade Range.
| the home o f their sister. Mrs. ...
ties start from Estacada into the
“ At the present time the growing IW. Reed
The Re d family and
Mr. H. E. of alfalfa west of the Cascade Mono- | relati e s le ft early I’uestlay morn-
Cross of Oregon City and fourteen tains is only in the experimental! ing for Tillamook to spend a
boys, left Monday for the Cary Hot stage. Small areas are to be found I week at the seashore,
in various places, some of which are
, ,. . ,
Springs and Five other Oregon City doing
reasonably well, but most of ! „ £ ' !?■
l ord of tl^’ Estacada
men followed on Monday.
Two these have not been planted long ,
r P ? « ' that from six to
Green Trading Stamps.
,. *|ten new high school
parties of Portland people and three enough and have not -' been
s ui.ieu J constdering coming to the Esta
people from Barton, are euroute! sufficiently to justify definite con
Estacada Furniture Co.
cada school the coming season,
now to the Springs and more are elusion as to future usefulness of i
asking regarding accomodations. alfalfa in this region.
1 here are many localities with! „
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Roger Carv is again back in the
* 'G . !lii’ arranged to
mountains after a few.days of civil well drained soils, in which it will ,, l:
unquestionably succeed If given! .V
, e i- ma'n street paved
iz ition in Estacada,
In regions in | "
1' 11 ,a
bil.iiiithie pavement. Es-
Doc Palmateer of Garfield took a | which the rainfall is ns great ns it . cuda hopes to do the same some
party of railway men into the mouti- is at certain seasons west of the Cas-
tains last week and exp.cts to re cades, altalfa requires a loose, par-
main camping with then, for a few " ,ea*,le "” bsoH- ? nil1seems !° thri,ve
best on the sandy loams along the
days at least, their destination is water courses
The best alfalfa
Squaw Lake or vicinity.
fields noticed were on the satidv al
Bill Perry recently made a trip tip luvial soils on the Willamette nnd
The water table Metz
the Clackamas this week, in charge Columbia Rivers
of another party of men bound for of land selected for altalfa should be
at least four feet below the surface | trip,
the Hot Springs and points above. and the land should not be subject
As a precaution while hunting to overflow. Alfalfa will stand a
deer, several of the outgoing hunt considerable flooding provided the Ih u isd ay morning from a ton-
ers have been equipped with red or water is running but it is usually ! day trip to the Yellowstone Na-
blight colored shirts, hats or neck destroyed if stationary water covers tiona! Park. Site reports an es-
Ipeciaily enjoyable Dip and was
scarfs, even tin; precaution utav it for a few days.
to have mussed the famous
Reliable Electric Service
not be sufficient for some of the cullies to overcome n the success- 1 Klad
city niuirods dont know the color ful production of alfalfa in this sec-1
tion. In the first place, blue grass
I 'ts . Irwin I). W right’s m oth-1
of a deer anyway.
English rye grass. Italian rye grassier ai d sister, Mrs. M. L. Hill
velvet grass, cinch grass and many and Mi.-s Harriet Hill o f Whine -1
other grasses and weeds have a nuicca, Nevada, are visiting at
It will be noted that several trans strong tendency to crowd out alfalfa | the Wright home. Miss ! ’ nkie
fers of real estate have taken place This difficulty is largely overcome Hermitage of W nmomtu’ea with
W HERE LO CATED
in the past thirty days in and about by eisdicating the plants before the Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Ilawley of
Estacada. The Progress has re seeding of alfalfa is done. Thorough Portland, joined the family party
disking and harrowing with a heavy over Sunday
corded t wo sales near Eagle Creek
weighted harrow when the alfalfa
C V; Devore o f
and a couple near Estacada The
has made but little growth, or just turned Sunda morning from a
latest one comprises the sale of 25 after cutting a crop of hav tends,few ,la ,.. intended vacation U
acres by \V. F. Cary, to J. A. Som to keep it vigorous and holds th e!|)rajll ()re. Hia ¡mended vaca-
ers of Estacada, the land being lo weeds and grasses in check. Al- tion ended up :n work, for the
cated beyond Estacada Heights near though these grasses when growing serviccs ol- all attorney wen- ttr-
with altalfa. actually decrease ih e |Jft!nt|v nee(|ed at that place on
the Whitbeck property. Mr. Sotn-
.total amount of forage produced. hb arrival. Mr. Ih-vore reports
ers is already putting in odd hours . they
- Drain recently built and are
. . also decrease
, , the
,, . danger of , that
working on the farm and is begin bloating, when the field is pastured operating a *2.000 cannery and
P ortland Railway, Light & Power Co.
ning to ask questions about dairy by sheep, goats or cattle. In fa rt; ^ ¡g vear are confining their ef-
Broadway and Aider Streets
ing, fruit raising and other rural grasses are sometimes purposely forts to < ruining „tring beans in
sown with alfalfa for this purpose. ¡,ajf ^ ¡l,.,, cans.
. Secondly, the first and last crops of
The transfer of real estate always! alfalfa mature at seasons of the year
I r- Wa! < ••
N ,r''i't of the
means the beginning of g :od times 1 when it is very difficult to make
TRADE AT THE
and notwithstanding the European hay on account of damp weather,
but this objection is obviated bv
svar, Estacada will soon be exper
using the first and third cuttings
iencing its old prosperity.
for ensilage, soiling or pasture
(The Progress >\i->hes to hear
Fancy Groceries, Bakery Goods, Confectionery
from any readers who have ex 1 , ... ,
Gel S. & H. Trading Stamps.
G. H UCHTHORN, Prop.
The Official Board of the Chris perimented with the growing of ' ll! 1 1
tian Church are working now with alfalfa in this section. Mr. C. C
1 Saling of Currinsvill experimented
a view of obtaining the services ot
- with it sonie Unie a g -, with rather
some young man to act as pastor o f: favorable results.)
the church, owing to the resignation
of Mr. Givens. They expect to
CHAS. M. SPARKS, Estacada, Oregon
Much has been said alxmt tin-
find a new pastor by Octobet 1st.
Last Sunday the r pulpit
was o c-: Tt
. . , on good 1 anthor-
State Bank Building, also its newly
cupted by I)r. \ . S. Troyer, evan- ¡ty t),at the Keo Intercity Trueh lettered signs and general '■ •mova
gelist and lecturer of Portland. Dr. Service has lieen discontinued at tion, and last hut not least, some
Trover delivered good sermons at Estacada. Dtiver. Ntilson decided mention should lie made of the beau
both the morning and evening ser-
‘t1*'*- *f,er 1 -ruing the attit:i r tiful , varicolored, multi lined, rain-
1 of the local merchants, favoring the j how striped, irradiant, spectrum
1 p. R. t A f Co
I tinted, transerndant and sublime
II. G. Trowbridge of the Garfield
Estacada needs no other trar.-port ¡coloring of Cashier Wright's silk
Mercantile Co. recently purehase -1 a at ion or freight service but it -b>< s shirts. These shirts are works o f,
Ford automobile, equipped to handle need some man-it tiring e>t-t.: :i art. poetry in silk ami visions of
SAllVAtllON (»1 AKASiLII)
the hauling of supplies from the Es- nient and m> r h ints and tr,.vi’s- genzuiesv. pleasing to the deposit
tacada station to the store The people will welcon, and help nnr- or’s eve an-1 doing away with the
car will also see it* full share of use, one wishing to locate the latter line s-.imd feeling associated with the
GRAIN OF ALL KINDS WANTED.
1 filthy luebte.
as a pleasure vehicle,
I of business here.
day, but matters at present arc
awaiting the report of the of the
out of the city property owners.
Among the numerous local
automobile owners, can lie added
the name of W. R. Reid of Gar
field, who recently purchased a
car, of capacity sufficient
for one third of their
Mrs. Tl. V. Adix returned
Widely scattered have been built by the
Portland Railway, Light & Power Co. for
the purpose of providing
to its patrons. Through high tension trans
mission lines, each of these generating
plants are intercommunicative, so that the
service is insured against unforseen inter
Christian Church Plans
LOR S AL E
From All Sections
Rev. Hoffner preached a good
Portland ( 2 )
Phones: Marshall 5100
R»a! Estate Transfer
FRED J0R G , P ro p rie to r
East Clackamas Fair
Com m ittee Meets T. W. Cross, agricultural expert
the I*. R. I- & I*. Co. in order
A meeting of the fair commit of to obtain
sufficient and corapreben-
tee was held in Estacada last siee
data regarding the agricultural
h t ¡day. The following list shows conditions in this section, is send-
to w hom to re or for information ing out the following form of postal
regarding the different divisions!C!m'-
! | return
car,! is arranged with a
hlank, w hich all farmers are
requested to fill out and mad, as
John Ely, ( umns\ ¡lie soon as received.
Division B . , „ . , “ Mv Dear Sir: Having Seen employ
, , , , , ,
b. J. Harken rider, Estacada | by the Portlan(1 Rai!wav , ii?ht & Pnwcr
Sheep and Swine C -D
Company to lend whatever ai l or assist-
I can to a
triboUry anti to Clackamas
I ties toward adopting improve 1 methods
6 . 1 9»4
Auto Truck Se-vice
O nt ral < relational
of Newburyport, Mass., arrived
in Estacada last Monday for an
¡extended vacation vis t at tin»
: home of his wife’s jiarents, Mr.
¡and Mrs. A. O. Whitcomb of
Garfield. Mrs. Nugent and the
had proceeded the tloc-
by a few weeks. Inasmuch
as Dr. Nugent was brought
up on a larm as a hoy, his
¡services in the grain fields of
Hardscrabble Ranch will be great
ly appreciated at this time.
E S T A C A D A H for O M E B A K E R Y
All I ask
Is a chance to figure on your
Plumbing and Electric Wiring
FLO U R
Always the best. Why? Because its made of the only
wheat that’s grxxl enough, that is the host that grows.
Such flour cannot help but please you, because it is sun* to
give the best results in baking. Why not order a sack
today and note the results in your next hatch of bread.
or money refunded. Prices
reasonable. Special prices for quantity lots. Sold only by
To rave money, sen us on feed.
J, F. Lovelace, Estacada