Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916, August 13, 1914, Image 4

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    M rs P.nlxrt O tiitrid g e o f Sprin g-
New Experimental Crops
w ater is e n jo v in j a visit from her
Since tiie Progress ha t been |
m other, M rs RHtnev.
seeking information regarding
'*uhl¿!»hí»d L\»vrv Thursdm Mtwifittq ut
with
different'
H en ry Beers of Gresham returned experimenting
[s u c Mc m o o \
from the m ountains last F rid a y , grains and vegetables in this
part of tiie country, many r e -;
bringing with him a big buck.
R . M . S ta n d is ta , E d i t o r * u d M a n a g e r
ESTACADA
Nuticc for Publication.
il
PROGRESS
( l!*Ll>R PO * AT):!» '
OaparMverr e* ih« Im irhw.
U. S. Lan.*. 0:1
. Ptertünd. Ori * ... Juno - . 1914. £ e r. 0 3 9 0
n that fdwin C. /
i is 6 1 8 Cham! or o r
•witCto £*>st-;Xiice «¿o
Oragon. did. on dia
marce Bldg . Fon lai
j .day of August. 1913. nie ii .n this ottica S t e r n i
P H Y S I C I A N A S U R G E O N • mant and Aptti ’ation. N
) pur
I NWtf of t k S r 4 . SoctU n 14 7Vwr
M
eAdian
u
' Range 6 Easr Wltlfenotta
OFriCK, ADJOINING RErtlDENCP titer eon. under the provi SJ-XM of the atoi of June 3.
1670 and ecu» airjt»ndairf.y. known as tlhe "Timbar
Local and ton^ 0*4U<tcc TefcpKoo«
and St one Lau* " *t Sach value as might be fixed by
T h e d o c t o r 's p fa o a e eaji l»e c o n n e c te d apTfai:serrent, and at. pursuant to such application.
-•he land and timber :erecri have h<iten a: pra'eed the
w tt l i t o u r l*ou*e p h o n e a t u i f 'h t if r r
limber estlma'ed 1 b 1.000 board fee: at 5 3 "errs pe:
q u e s te d .
O n e k>u£ rim*.
feet ait 25 cer tS per M and the
M a nr
la ri Í 77.CC
a* i Í appiiicant w:ill offer final proof
carioni
and svrorn s:raterrent on
in
the btr. JAY a Set ■teiin ber. 1914 !>efore the Reg-
irvi Receive w • S. Lan-d Oftit e at Ronland.
H E N R Y V .A D IX .M .L
ntarac.
al tfi« p«*îoffiee R Estaca :a. Orage;, as
asear... oaas ma..
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
Ora yaar ...
Six months..
Standing of PIANO Contestants
Week ending August 8
Inasm uch a» M iss W ilm a K itcliiu g ' 12 E stacad a M. K. C hurch
Sadie W ilcox
i 14 Kiuma Barr
,
15 L u cile Jones
16 R u th S alin g
17 D ella V allen
tS G arfield C ountry Ctuli
show ing for tins week. T h e fob
10 l.e la H owe
low ing is the standing as shown
1 0 E th el T ra c y
j A u g. sth.
Below is a list of the C andidates 21 A lta Reisland
22 Ethel H orner
for the F irst o W eeks.
I W ilm a K itch in g
1* 5.7 «3 *5 M rs. K arl K ilg o re
2 G la d y s H ayn er
12 3 ,0 0 7 *4 Effie C o x
1 10 .4 77 *5 Ellen Erickson
3 L era Dale
M
rs.
R
o
y
D
ouglass
9 8.830 26 Mrs. J. W . Stevens
4
5 G race Dennev
»>*.705 *7 Jas. G . H am ilton
6 Ptarl Johnson
7 7 . 4*5 28 Ma lile T rac y
Minnie
Nelson
6 1.9 8 5 24 L e la Pô-son
7
8 R osalie Allen
6 1 . 1 1 5 3« W ill. G leu u
pert.; have been received fro m . had obtained the largest mtmlier ot
Mrs. E. F. Surfus. formerly of farmers, who are and have been i votes, during the w eek ending A u g
Estacada. was here last week working along tiles« lines.
.s.li, she was aw arded the w eekly
caking on old acquaintances.
T h e ballot box w ill t*e
In ti:i‘ George section, several prize.
farmers nave had good s u c c e s s | opened again S a tu rd a y , A u g . 15 th
A . W. C ooke a n ! wife of llam as
with alfalfa. e s p e c ia lly C h r is ; and a prize will lie aw arded the con­
cu s v i“ iled Mrs. H ow lett of I :. ag!e
Johnson and
Robert
Miller. testant w ho has made the best
Creek last Sundm
Jo h n s o n
I ns p a rt o f an itere in
Frank Cumin of Viola has been good condition now. allowing for
H e c a r e fu lly in-
ill in bed for the past few days j the dry season
j ocu ated his see l with the nec
, 1 but is able to be about now.
cs. e.ry germ -, obtained from the
P h y s ic ia n a n d
Luther Henthom of Estacada Oregon Agricultural College and
Want and For Sale Column
Ary person is at erry I:o prore::? tb. - purchase
S u rg e o n
i returned this week from Grass dso spread some inoculated soil
before entry, or iri te a O’oivest M any t ;;r:e before
patent issues, by fi. inga • - irolaff? atad aiti L»vit In
Valiev, Oregon w h c . i v has on the land,
'"hrough
tne
Want
Ad
column
O f f ic e u n M a in S t. b e tw e e n ts i this ol'fice. aJ
factai which vlcu : :‘ ^ ‘aa: the
Mr. Jo yn er of George reports
of the Progress last week, this been helping with the threshing.
a n d ‘2 n d . T e le p h o n e C o n n e c tio n s \
H. F . H itbr
riving good results from the
office knows of two sales made
S.
L.
Fisher
of
Springw
aicr
is
R e s id e n c e c o r n e r o f S e c o n d :
REG ISTER.
and several inquiries having come the latest advocate of beg rais­ planting of “ sand vetch” which
a n d C u r r in s tre e ts
I to other advertisers. So, : f you ing. having recently purchased a . rows along the ground similar
Notice for Fubiioit. n
'o a vine, and has attained a
' nave anything to trade, buy, sell highbred brood m > w .
Department cf the Interior. U S. Land Oifiee at
length o f 14 feet on his place.
or exchange, just spend 5 cents
Portland.
Orec?n
August
7.
1914
Ser.
0
4
7
b
.
Or. L. A. W E L L S
II Stephens i f G eorge recently
Stories of fi foot sweet clover
| Notice is h e; v-y given that Cliarias V/. £w in. cf per line and advertise it here.
! Co.*on. Ciackamas Co., Oregon, who. on Sepamber Progress
Want Ads Turn The ' purchase I tw o fine cows from the also come from the George dis­ 9 M yrtle Looney
¡ 2 9 . 1908. made Homestead Entry, No. 04 7b. for
j V iola cou ntry, which \vi 1 be housed trict and it looks as though this Í o Edna Jo rg
r D e a l . __________
D E N T IS T
• N E1-4 , Sec?, n 8. Township £ South. Ronge 4 East.
111 bis new barn
country can raise suitable crops 1 1 I'lo ra Johnson
I Willamette Meridian, has filed notice of intention to
for ensilage, besides corn.
B IC Y C L E Sale or trade, good
make Final five year Pr?of. to establish claim ts the
Win Smith of Springwnter has
Walter Gribbens o f Estacada
ianu above described, before the Register anJ R e­ running order
Price $ 10 .
| been on the sick list for a short Ilcik tit.-, has sugarcane three anu 1
U S . Land Office, at Portland, Oregon, on
A s s o c ia te d w i t h D r. H . V- ceiver.
Kenneth
Bartlett,
Estacada.
time, having contracted a severe ¡one- - ,tf feet high, now growing
the 2 2rc day of September. 1914.
Y o u get too votes for
A d ix .
Claimant names as witnesses:
cold.
o: his place and millet doing ,,
A. Villen.
FO R S A L E Good second hand
,, 500 .,
„
nicely.
Mr. and M rs. Brackett of E a g le
Harry E. Worden.
bicycle newly enameled and in
,,
2000 ,,
,,
Otto Sorenson
The
Progress
wishes
to
obtain
Creek have gone 10 Eastern Oregon
good condition. Bargain.
,, 1000 ,,
,,
M. Oibble, all of Colton. Oregon.
j to m ake an extended visit on their specimens o f all of th. se grains
See Finch Estacada.
H. F . Higby.
and vegetables, for use at the I
| children t here.
Register.
P h y s ic ia n a n d Surgeon
Fast Clack a nas Fair and for per- j
Proof made according to law under which entry was
FO R S A L E Cash or Trade:
C. C. M iller of V iola is operating manent exhibit here.
made.
Call at the Progress
Good farm t eam, mare and horse.
a gasoline saw for the electric com-
T e sts eyes and fits glasses.
Ail grain, fruit < r vegetable'
E
.
C.
Suter,
Eagle
Creek.
Notice (of Publication
' pany on the J . Randolph place, « xhibits for the East Clackamas
Office over D rug Store
Depan ment of the Interior. U. S. L^nd Office at
c a llin g up leg a on the right of w ay. Fair may l.-t left at the Progress!
FO
R
T
R
A
D
E
—
Two
good
houses
Portland.
Oregom.
August
7.
1
9
1
4
.
Ser.
0176C
.
L o cal and long distance tele­
(office and Lhe new tugs have been >
Notice is hereby given that Harry E. Worden, rf in Portland, for improved Esta­
T . H . W ard a well known attor-
1 printed to be attached to each
phone.
Colton. Clackamas C o.. Oregon. v/Jso on April ?.. cada or nearbv farm land.
; ney of Portland w as in Estacada
19 0 9 . made Homestead Entry. No. 0 1 7 6 8 . for
sample.
Sa v e out some good
A. E. Sparks, Estacada.
last M onday attending to some b u si­
-~ET^. Section 8. Township 5 South. Range 4 East.
1 specimens o f your grains before !
ness matters.
C L A U D E W . D E V O R E W ¿lunette Meridian, has filed notice of intention to
: finishing threshing and bring
FO R T R A D E Two good lots
make Final five year Proof, to establish claim to tiie
M r. M M. Su rfu s, M rs Eella them in. Dont merely bring a j
A T T O R N E Y -A T -L A W
ïand above described, before the Register and Re­ ¡in. tli - city of Estacada for an
ceiver of the U. S. Land Office, at Portland. Grd-;on.
] O sternd and two l>oys of Seattle, 1 bouquet, but bring a good-sized j
end
automobi e.
on the 2 ITd day of .Set-termer. 19 14.
are spending a fe w w eeks among ! bundle and pull it up by the |
N O TA R Y P U B L IC
Ed. Bates. Estacada.
Claimant nanr.es as witnefjies
roots.
friends and relatives at Elw ood,
D r. W. K . H a v ila n d
Thursday. August I3 . IVI4
47.475
*.V 3 °o
2 1 ,6 1 5
jo ..470
17. 8 f >5
16 .0 50
13.8 10
1 3 .5 * 5
C V 15 0
i t . 955
n .i* S
to. 95 5
10 .8 65
10 .7 9 0
8.780
8 .70 5
6.575
4 .8 10
3 .0 3 5
T h e prize for the week ending
5 5 .3 5 0
5 *. 550 A u g. 15 th will be a silv e r g r a v y
5 0 . 5*5 ladle.
Remcmber-
D R R. M O R S E .
$ 1 . cash purchase at Finch's store.
$ t . paid on old accounts at F in c h 's store.
J i . cash on new subscription to the Progress.
$ t . cash for renew al to subscription or for
subscription paid m advance fn o m atter
how fur) at $ 1 . for each year.
office or Fin ch ’ s Store for further information.
The
E s ta c a d a , O r a tio n
E. W. BA R T L E T T ,
LAW YER
Office on Broadw ay.
Estacada.
JO H N
TH E
Ofegon
BRO W N
IN S U R A N C E M AN
O F G RESH A M
O REGO N
R E L IE F
PH O N E 513
F IR E
A S S O C IA T IO N
Charles W . Swam
A W ie n
Otto Sorenson
M Dibble. »3 °f Cohon. Oregon
H . F. Higby.
Register.
Proof made ar cor dine fo ¡aw under which entry was
made.
_____________
jjjg
l if e
CAREER
j
'4Sc!veK>HTjfj in youth short 1<1 Invariably be
j -direrted to piepnrc 1 person in the !>est ’ vvrtv
for the brst p.rinan cn t occupation lor
he is capable.” —♦’resid en te. U\ iiljot.
This is the Mission of the
N lTW
Forty- ;nth School Year Opens
18 th ,
19 14
Car
1915 P R IC E S
W A N T E D Second-hand bug­
M iss A gues* M cM illan of P o r t- j New coats of paint are in evi-
gy. Would prefer to work or land is the guest of her m other, ] dence on many houses and build-
do painting in exchange for it.
A leek McMillan and wife of Eagle ; i " ? * ¡n Estacada right now. Mel-
M. Shankland, Route 1 .
Creek
1 vin Shankland nas about finished
-—
the painting o f Reed’s garagi and
W alter C o x and O tis F a lle n <>f i will paint the house recently oc-
FO R S A L E : Two good Jersey
| Elwood. attended a party at C arl CUpit>d by Mrs. M. E. Graham on
j cows, will he fresh soon.
Strom gieeu ’ s in Colton, last Sat- Main St. and the vacant house
ii
un lay night and had a good time.
, , n the corner above.
Bert Byers
I
FO R S A L E : One large seven-
Verna and G lad y s Bittner . re 1 J»“ recently painted his house
year-old Jersey c-ow.
spending a few d ays with their 1 brown-
W
tnm m m gs and
W ith full equipment.
J . B. Bowman. Garfield.
i cousin Mrs. M attie C ah ill of A ls- K teen stained shingles and it
,
: presents a beautiful appearance.
I The R. G. Marchbank home on i
FO R S A L E : Gwim.; to having
Of O regon City, Distributers.
Mr . P. Nelson of Elw ood, is r c - 1 Main St. is being repainted.'
sold m y property, I will sell:
Milk cow, fresh lest o f month: cuperating from her recent opera- ! from white to a darker color. !
Local Agent.
tw enty head of hogS; one ‘2-horse t ion at the home of her dau ghter in ' the Luddix kennels and the home
of E. W. Bartlett have also been |
sulky cultivator; one grain seed­ Sellw ood.
in . M „¡sc also tests e v e s '
FOR
. ,
...
new ly painted. A t t h is present
er with spring tooth cultivator;
A. L. M ills an i \\ J. bampsou
Gf improvement, it w nt !:e ^ ^ * a n d fits glasses. Office o ver,
ore Economy Chief cream sepa­
of E stacad a left U ednesday utter-
5 e fo r e th e Progress car. !
rator; yearling steer.
d ru g store.
noon tor the O ak G ro ve , to j l»in ch'-onicle some new sidewalks.
H. Epperson, Garfield.
Effective August 1st. 1914, F. O. B.
Oregon City or Estacada
Mode! I. Runabout $515.00
Touring Car 565.00
c- c- SalinP-Currmsville-
Pacific Highway Garage
J. W . R EED ,
0HESOÌ AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE
j
! S E P T E /IB E R
Universal
Write for illustrated io>page Rook-
I JeA. " I H6 i IfY CAR! HR, 1 and lot Cata-
O F M C M IN N V I L E . O R E .
j log containing; full information.
D e g r e e C ou rses — AGRICULTURE :
Agronomy, Animal Hushardry.DairyHus*
Automobile I r.suranee a Specialty 1 bandry.
Poultry Husbandry, Horticulture,
j Agriculture tor Teachers. FORESTRY,
FO R S \ L E
Good fresh ve g e ­
“ j L o g g in g I n g in u r in <;. H oau - e c o ­
tables. Com e and see them.
n o m ic s : lTomeslkScience;Domestic Art,
F red Jorg.
fiNGINI-HRING:
t l e c ! " it,
Irrik’.ition,
fJijrluvrtv, Meclianical, Ciiemical, Mining.
<.frtm * s: C o m m e r c e . P h a r m a c y
T O T R A D E — A utom obile for
M endenhall s crew
G eorge Community Fair
Cary G ives F ive Y ear Lease
FIRE
W ill D ouglass and w ife and Mr.
It looks now as though the E sta-
Pres. Jo y n e r of the G eorge Social
N a y lo r and wife of E agle Creek
cadc Stock Yards, would soon be­
I
&
C
om
m
ercial
Cluh
reports
that
picniced on the bank of E ag le Creek
come a reality. T h e first lease for
í i s u r a n c e
their new club house is now under
last Su n day.
the property on T e rrace Addition :
] construction and w ill he ready in
SEE
I n d u s t r i a l a r t s .
M rs. C arl Anderson of Portland , plenty of time for the C om m unity flat ot two v e a is, did not suit the
V ocational Cot>nes~\ tTiai1t\ire, Oairv- land near F.stacada.
stock \ arils pi ople. so \V. F . G ary I
w
as
an
Elw
ood
visitor
last
Su
n
d
ay,
A.
E.
SPARKS
|
F
a
ir
to
be
held
Septem
ber
25th,
Apply
Progress.
irtg, Home Makers’ Course, Industrial
ovurlookiug her tarín there, with I T h is fair will be along the lines of as usual, g av e them another one
Arts, Forestry, Business Short Course.
PACIFIC STATES FIRE INSURANCE CO.
covering
a
term
of
five
years.
T
h
e
W . A . JO N E S
a view to selling or renting same.
I the E ast C lackam as F a ir, only on
Schoei o f Music—Piando Striag, fìand(
F O R S A L E C ow and calf.
railroad people rt jrort th at with
Voice Culture.
' a sm aller scale th is year.
E very­
N . M. T ra c y , G arfield .
PROPRIETOR
th is new lea-i the building and
M r and M rs Jo h n D uuseath and
Farm eli Business Course by Mail Free.
one is invited to m ake a holiday
son Donald of St. Paul, M inn., are
y ard s w ill probably soon be under
A (Idre** T H « UJvGISTRAR,
Good rigfi and carefuJ drivers always
;
trip
to
G
e
o
rg
e
on
that
day
and
W
A
N
T
E
D
—
E
g
g
s
H
igh
est
AND
<tw -746to V-V)
Corvallis, Orego«
visiting at the home of her father,
w ay.
¡v
is
it
this
fair
and
get
acquainted
price pant at Palace Meat M .iiket. R. O. M orrison of Estacada,
SPECIAL ATTENTION
| with tile G eorge people- T h e peo-
E b r o J org .
B a r tle tt’ s C o w
Gi\**n Hcmticit' and Fishing Parties
An ice cream social w as held in 1 pie of G e o rg e intend to m ake a
A m ong the social notes should be J Call at L S J A C A D A PH AR M A t )
I
Standish Gets a Deer
W A N T E D — San itary couch, with the Viola M E C h urch last T h u r s ­ good e xh ib it at the East C lackam as made mention of B artlett’ s cow ,
P h il F\ Standish, one of the lead­
day evening, w hich proved a .d raw ­ F a ir,S e p t. 8th and 9th, and E staca­ w hich m ade a frien dly call on friends
or without m attress.
Team Work and Hauling by in g, hunters and fisherm en of the
Calendar of Meeting Dates
ing card, in spite of the busy season. da should attend the G eorge show and relatives at the D im s Ranch,
A ddress Progress.
G arfield section, w ho is cam ping on
later in the month.
í*Js» t a c a d « D e v e lo p m e n t L e a g u e .
1st
| last Su n d ay afternoon. E d tagged
F.agle C reek, got his first deei last
the Day or Contract
Mr. A u g u st Johnson of C lark
M o n d ay e v e n in g , e a c h m o n th a t
along
about
tw
o
hours
later,
recit-
G arfield Ranch Sold
I T uesday.
C
.
I.
C
.
R
o
o
m
s
.
C ounty, W ashington visited his
Neighborhood Quarrel
,
,
. ing Su n d ay School verses under his C i v i c I m p r o v e m e n t C lu b . 2 n d . an d 4 t h .
W ith his u n erring hunter’ s intel­
Prosecuting A ttorn ey H edges or ,
Through the efforts o f Perry son, Postm aster Johnson of E staca­
S a tu rd a y a fte rn o o n a t C . I. C. R o o m s.
ligence and instinct he got wind of Kitzmiller o f Portland, Henry Ep ­ da for a lew d ays, l ist w e ek .
Oregon C ity w as ... F.stacada last
^
fear fhe rea(,ers
h ave not
the p ro xim ity o f the deer and bv person sold his l()y acre ranch
Commercial Patronage
O. O. F .
Every Saturday night,
Tuesday,
to
prosecute
the
case
of
Mrs. Dora Millard of Spring-
heard of B artlett’ s cow. w hich isnt
8 P . M . a t I. O. O. F. Hall.
stealtliilv approaching the anim al, last Monday to a Mr. C. G.
water
had
the
misfortune
to
"lose
1
,le
State
Oregon
vs
E.
Doun-
liable,
if
they
have
been
within
a specialty.
alw ays keeping the wind between Twombly, formerly of Iowa, but
a valuable calf bv the d isea seh 11?
Esucsda.
lhe trial as half a mile of E stacad a in past few Rebeccas. Each 2nd and 4th Wednes­
day Eveniug, 8 1*. M. at I. O. O. F.
him and his q u a rry , he fin ally su c­ now of Portland. Mr. Twombly
known as ‘ ‘black tongue.”
I " s,,a> drew a crowd, who listened m on th s- she is a thoroughbred
Hall.
ceeded in getting w ithin easy range. |and family expect to take posses­
, to the details ot a neighborhood
Je rse y of high lineage and with A. F. & A. M. First Tuesday evening,
W . M. Yonce
Jas, D eShaxer, G u y C lester and ! quarrel, w hich ended in finding the
W hen he got the deer, he found sion in a short time and will be
m ilk test or batting ave rag e of 4 12
each month at I. O. 1). F. Hall.
that the flies had gotten that same welcomed lr the Garfield neigh­ ¡fam ilies and Mrs. I I, C lester and defendant gu ilty and im posing a
and of an extrem ely loveable d is ­ Order of Eastern Star. Third Tuesday
A ttorney
deer about two w eeks before and bors and people of this commun- ; children were guests at the Ed Doug fine of $ 5 and costs.
position.
of each month at I. O. O. F. Hall.
j lass home at Engle C reek last Sun- ; Devore represented the delendant
the gentle breezes w afting down | it;-.
J. V. BAR R
B artlett is no longer w ork in g for Logan Grange. First Saturday in every
day.
lhe eale of E agle Creek had carried
Mr. Epperson is one o f the old
Ju d g in g from conversation on the
a “ c o w b e ll” ordinance but trusts
month at Grange Hall.
that gam ev oder to the alert nostrils settlers in the Garfield country
street alter the trial, the verdict
j that the town council a ill pass a | gprjnj»water Grange. Second Saturday
Mr. Lee A . Dillon arrived in E s ­
> w as not o v erlv popular.
B l d t b s m i U l a n d NVhoelvt r i g h t or the nearby nim rod and com p an and is only leaving on account of
“ bovine cu rfew law ’ ’ so that he i
tacada last T h m s d a v and is spend­
m «very month at Grange Hall.
T h e case of the State of Oregon
I his health, having been a suffer-
I tons.
m ay be able to attend the m eeting j F.agle Creek Grange. Third Saturday in
ing a pleasant »acalion at the home
T h e entire p arty, finally crem at­ , or from asthma for some time. of Ins father, Mr. H en ry D illon, of vs M. N iedenthalcr w as dropped of the D evelopm ent L e a g u e oecas- j
A t the Old Stand
every month at (»range Hall.
after the prosecuting attorney had
ed such pait of the rem ains as could He has alw ays been identified Estacada.
ionally, being as how he is presi- ' Garfield (»range. Fourth Saturday in
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looked into the m erits of the case in
i t>e approached and buried the hal with the growth and develop­
; dent.
every month at Grange Hall.
Mr C. W. Seymour of Estacada j detail.
auce
T h e deer w as a doe and had ment of this section and was in­
GIVE HIM A CALL
T h e cow expects to m ake party Sunshine Circle.
Every two weeks on
strumental
in
locating
the
the
P.
;a bullet hole through the hack and
will celebrate his 82nd birthd ay,
y ,. .
S o e a k s f o r I t s e l f calts along throu gh the G arfield
Thursday afternoon,
, t,h. T h e Progress
h ’ S L e t t e r s p e a k s t o r U s e d C(miltry ne; t Snn(£ y afternoon, ax
1 protiahly had In-en killed by a fall R. L. & P. C o.’ s lines in this l n d..v o n *
Dorcas Society.
Third Thursday of
off the bluff o v erh an gin g the creek, valley.
ami his m in\
frien ds w ish hitnj h!>V ‘ u A d a
that is her only time off. L ast
each month.
Mr. Epperson and family will m.inv hapj > retn fn s of th e d » y.
after being wounded.
(; , ml , n u '
Su n d ay she stopped along the way
Modern Priscillas’. Fourth Thursday of
move to their new 200 acre ranch
F ran k G ill, oi E stacad a ami Dll-
My attention Ins been attracted to a "d visited w ith the stoc«: at L o v -
each month.
F irst d axs lumber of all kinds.
A beautiful wedding was cele- near Dufur, Oregon in alxnit two
fur, Oregon Progressive candidate jniblishcu statements tli it at a recent Vo s. then spent a few m inutes in-
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.
brated last Thursday morning at weeks and the Progress and
Dimension material a specialty. , ) . . . church of St. Joseph in Poi-t- their many friends wish them for G overnor, spoke at the* Chris- meeting you adopted resolution* recoin- spooling C. C S alin g s new sileage
Sewer Bids
tian Endeavor m eeting at K agle mending that \our members continue to system and thence on to her form er
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land. The bride was Mis: Rose success in their new field.
The
bids
for the building of the
birth
place
on
the
D
nus
broad
acres.
C reek last Su n d ay night, on the patronize the freight and exp ress service j
Prom pt deliveries made from Wiodcrhold, well known in the
This
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most eratify-i R °ss'h 'y the m eals that m other us«xi sewer in District 4 must tie in the
subject
of
C
hri
turn
C
itizenship.
of
this
company,
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.
All
corresi
undents
retxirt
the
George and Bissell sections, th>
b ig stock on hand.
Devore bv
ing manifestation of the good will of i
serv e
Garfield are better than hands of Recorder
I bridegroom was Peter W. Petros threshing as well under way.
R. C) Morri«-on o f C a r y ’ s N orth |
company and i
‘ present diet or nia\ie- it was 5 P M. Friday, August 14., wJien
Phone or call at mill, at Dod^e. 1,1 IW itaed. Miss Ann-' V\ ider with its poetical hum. its hard F o rk Cam p, l u d ay m orning killed
'call of the w ild” , for all bids close.
hold and Adolph Wetderhold of work and toil and its promis? of a fine buck d ie t nearby, w ith a assure you it is highly appreciated. \V** Ed was sure wild.
The matter of the building of the
shall
endeavor
to
continue
to
deserve
the
golden
returns,
hut
they
forget
O. C. Klact.sdt, Owner. Bissell v C-I tin-bridesmaid and
sm all 22 calibre. Steven s single friendship and co-operation of the people
In anv event there w ill he a sp ec­ sewer in District 3. has been laid
to mention those hot hours spent
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shot lif e.
Note, editor tasted his of Estacada.
ial m eeting i f the E stacad a D evel­ on the table by the council, owing
emony was followed with a in the kitchen bv the wives pre­
opm ent L eagu e n ext M onday night. to a remonstrance having lieen re­
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Very truly yours,
W« SELL and DELIVER sumptuous dinner, with covers paring to feed a bunch of tired first F.stacada , venison
.
,
Fnutklia T. Griffith,
A u gu st 17 th and if B artlett isnt ceived and also owing to a prelimi­
1 he report has come in from the
President,’*
laid for about 100 guests. Many hungry workers. It is not only
there to preside, we can blam e it on nary notification from the State
the
threshers
who
deserve
a
tij
j>er
C
lackam
as
ot
the
recent
kill-
beautiful presents of silver an<l
Board of Health, regarding the
ing of a moiiMrouft big l>ear n ar
An
interesting
entertainm ent his d airy departm ent.
glassw are were given to the share of the spoils.
dumping of sewerage into the Clack­
Cold Sprin gs. F e w reporls of d ir r « a s given bv the S p rin gw ater
charming
bride.
F ir s t class - $ 4.00 per cord
Mrs. Jam es S e v ie r of V io la has
Dei- W 'riligt tlie popular G o v e rn ­
b rin g killed have com e in >vt. but C hurch last Satu rd ay n ig h t. The returned to her home after under-1 amas River.
ment P ack er stationed in Estacada,
Second class 3.50 ’
’
entertainm ent b\ donation and sale
'
party of Garfield young peo-
it is still e a ilv in tiie season.
going “ naturopathic treatm ent” in
who had 1-eeti instructed to have
ot refreshm ents cleared about 5>9.
including Mr. and Mrs. S.
T h e P rogress is pleased to re-
Cord Wood in any Quantity Draper Dunlop, Phil Standish. his pack train o f tS head of mules The Misa» Hukla and Irene w hich m oney w ill apply on the pnr- Portland M rs S e v ie r is g reatly
im proved in health and w as coidial- ceive new s item s from people either
lield in readiness to respond to a call Paulsen of
<>TRt‘
m
ad
e
U
trip
chase
of
the
new
song
books
for
the
Mr. and Mrs. Trowbridge and
W rite 8 C t(K)NLV
!y wc'com ed back b y her frien ds hv phone, m ail or in person, but it
for help in fighting a had fire nesr to Port laud nst Sunday w ith church.
several o f the W. R. Reid’s
or S. L FISNFH
and neighbors. Mr W hite w ho is will lie appreciated if correspondents
C ascade L o ck s, Oregon left last their sister K rima, as the latter
younger
folks
had
a
good
time
R ix itc 3 , K 'la c a d a . Oregon
evening for that place
T h e train was on her way to Bethany, Or.
Mr. E . T . FLImer, M ayor of Mil- now takin g the sam e tieatm ent in or other» will sign their nam es to
last Sunday at their camp on
w aitkie. Ore. and wife, and A lvin Portland made a week end stay at the written items, tn case it is nec-
w as p u k e d and ready for Mansport-
O r leuve <ir<l«r« «t P n g r,-.. Cilfi.-,
Eagle ( reek, near Miller's bridge.
\V A. He» I111111 ai E stacad a tue! V ogel and w ife of Portlim l «pent a his V iola home last week atid great es«arv to obtain fu rth er information
mg from Y o n c e 's h arn at any time.
The Dunl ps and Phil Standish
w ith a rathei v r io tis acrilient u bile few d a y s visitin g last week at the im provem ent is reeuided in his and verification. It is not custom­
have lx-«n camping there for the
a ry for new spapers to print un­
E. K. Leweiien of Springw ater fishing oh tilt- lackam .is last weck, home ot Joint M arshall near E a g le case
ast week end v il! remain n fen
signed contributions and in each
report? having stv r another cou­ w tiicli resulti in a coitple c f frac Creek. T h e visitors motored cut
H ors«d \rt«in f, a n d R e p a ir Work d a y * lo n g e r,
Mi<s Hazt-I Freeman of Elwood, case the name of the contributor
g a r nerr.* his newly made straw ture«! ritis. rau-ed bv fallm g cui thè from Pnrtl.ir, t ami un ler the guid-
oove
M 'warivx
, Louis Nel-nii of Elwood who is stack this week.
(Estacada ( 'ou- ro cks. W inle ih« nccideet is paio auce i . their host, w ire able to who - w orking at Liberal, spent will not be shown. In sending in
.Ali
|fn»i¿intarsi
le show ing of trout, 1 i«t hand ay with her parents near notes try to show initials of people
1 working ill Portland is home for an gar Extermination Society Assn, fui, hts gettiug no trout, seemed to tn ake a c n i
Vf. C Wh itili Jd
I on their return.
! Elwood.
¿sod residence address.
tiurt m oie.
D a d tlo rju M ay.
i u k e notice.)
Livery, Feed & Safe
STA BLE
Watch Repairing
Cleaning
Klaetsch Mills
16 inch WOOD
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