Image provided by: Portland General Electric; Portland, OR.
About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 20, 1914)
For a New Suhsa^Sf__ .
. . . . . . 11 ,
MO- 4*.-?» VOL f —
• r .Ç s ü iù & ïr
Cary’ s for General
Meet your Friends here
C A R Y M E R C A N T IL E CO.
A BUGGY, SURREY, HACK or WAGON?
If you do, now is the time to buy.
For the next 15 days, we will give S P C IA l PRICES and
LX IR A PIANO VOTES on the following:
$68.50 and 15,000 votes
$75. Steel Auto Seat Buggy
100. Two Seat Hack
85. Two Seat Hack
135. Family Surrey, Canopy Top 108.00 25.000
125. Mandt Wagon complete,
double box and spring seat 100.00 25.000
60. Lorain Steel Range
50. Service Range
Ahy DeLaval Separator from 65. to 90.00 20,000
These prices are good for 15 DAYS. If you are going
to need any of these articles within the next year, buy now
and save from 15 to 25^>.
Bert H. Finch ■ • ■
Hardware, Harness and Implements
a strajgjjt business proposi -
C. Butler is building a new tion to the mer,.hants of Kstacada.
barn and silo for Clyde baling oi sonjctliing: should be done to keep
the country buyer in town
Miss Emma Paulsen of George, longer time.
returned to her home last Tues A farmer drives into Kstacada to
day to spend a few weeks during trade and the longer Kstacada r an
keep that farmer and his wife in
the harvest seasotp
From All Sections
The new steel bridge over Eagle
Creek, connecting George with Ks
tacada was finished last week and
travel has already begun over it.
The bridge represents a goodly e x
penditure and is a fine specimen of
Mrs. Anna Read, of Portland,
bridge building, being about 85 feet
speut part of her vacation with her liable
Kstacada's welfare is almost en above the water and 270 feet in
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Antrim of
tirely dependent on the business length. 16 teet wide and cost Jp io o .
E. H. Kellogg of Kstacada, with
done by the merchants and the mer
chants are to a large extent de the editor, in a Ford auto, made
pendent on the trade of rhe larmer the first auto trip across the new
| structure, last Sunday. Asthe north
out of the
I As matters are now, especially approach had not been graded.it ne
cessitated the climbing of a 40 %
d au gh -!
grade for about twelve feet, but the
machine made it without any
trouble. The grade on both sides
are liable to leading to the bridge is a good 6 %
sev- one and as scenic trip it cannot
The George Commerci.i
ggestion the Civic
provement Club could accomplish Social Club have arranged fora pic
no better wotk than to forward a nic at or near the bridge on the
movement to secure a permenent banks of Eagle Creek, next Sunday,
j hitching rack and public tie sheds, August 22nd. Everyone is invited
where a farmer could leave his I to be present and bring their lunch.
The merchants and people of Ksta
Mrs. J. P. Steinman and daugh horses and wagon and not have to cada and their families are cordial
worry about the rain or sun bine
ter, entertained the Modern Pris -1
ly invited to attend and get ac
cillas in Currinsville, last Tuesday ' doing anv harm to them. Such quainted. The people of George
i public sheds should not harm the
livery or feed stable business, thoroughly appreciate the donation
for the majority of outsiders made by the Estacada people last
merely stay in Estacada long enough year to help build this connecting
to buv the necessities and get home j road and they wish to be allowed
to feed their teams.
to suitably thank the Estacada peo-
There are few cities in the coun- ' P'e at this picnic,
Cecil Hampton and wife of Pen-
I l,e Estacada business men are
delton, Oregon, who were recently trv, that are i : h dependent upon
married, are visiting at the home rural trade as T.stacada, but have | arranging to attend with their farn-
of his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Ilenry public bitching stands and stall ! 'bes a” 4 all are cordially invited to
join them. If you can go, leave
Eppcrscu of Garfield.
It is likely that the space on Third word with anyone of the following
St. at the rear of the City Hall, committee so that transportation
could be used for such purposes and arrangements can be made:- W. F.
additional hitching racks could be Cary, Fred Jorg. B. H. Finch, A. E.
Sparks, I. D. Wright, or R, M.
erected at other places.
There should also be some public Standisli.
A large number of Currinsville
place in Estacada where horses can
be watered, for there are few water people are planning on being pres
ing places near town, especially on ent and the people of Garfield and
this side oi the river. Even an old other sections are invittd. Bring
wooden trough would answer all your lunch and dont bother to bring
purposes and a concrete fountain milk or coffee, for those items will
he furnished by the George Club iu
could he built at small expense.
In the past few weeks several abundance.
runaways have occnred, owing to
the insecure hitching facilities, for
even a telephone pole is not proof
against the strain of a frightened
horse. One pole recently was pulled
Within a few weeks there will be
down but luckily caused no damage. a special school election, to decide
Last week a team tied to the post as to whether the Estacada High
support in front of Finch’s Store, School shall be operated on the
took fright and started down the Union High School plan or not.
street with the post dragging from Seven petitions with the necessary
the bridles, but were stopped in time. signatures have already been receiv
No verv secure hitching facili ed from the following districts;
ties are offered from the sidewalks, Dodge, Spring water. Viola, Tracy,
owing to their present condition, Kstacada, Currinsville and Deep
but it might be a blessing it some Creek, and the petitions from Gar
fractious team would run away field and Elwood are expected in by
with about too yards of the Broad the last of this week.
way sidewalks dragging behind and
It is to be hoped that this Union
if they once get started, they should High School measure will carry, for
be allowed *0 keep on going until it will mean better schooling for all
well out of the city.
pupils and with a school governed
If the merchants have any doubt by a board comprising representa-
about the value of good tie sheds tives from each district,
and hitching racks, let them ask j
any farmer who conies into Estacada
and it should not he long before the
With the return of W. F. Cary
this week from the Cary Hot
Springs, Itegins the closing of the
Word was received here Tuesday first season for this scenic and well
night of the sudden death of Miss advertised mountain resort.
Edna Phillips of Morgan, Oregon
Mr and Mrs Pyle returned to Ks
by a fire accident
Miss Phillips tacada with Mr. Cary and the bal
had been hired to teach the eighth ance of the local people, including
grade and sewing classes of the Ks- Mrs A K. Morton and Mrs. Ray
tacada School for the ensuing year j Eschleman and family are expected
and the loss will be a serious one for ! home this week, Ray Eschleman
the school. Miss Phillips was an 1 will remain in there for some time,
exceptionally popular girl, having attending to the wants of such
been May (¿tieen at tha last festival ! guests as may later arrive, as there
at the Monmouth Normal School, is a bountiful supply of food and
where, she was graduated with the camping equipment still there.
class of 1914.
It is to be hoped that the Cary
Brothers have n :t become discour-
aged with this first season’ s experi-
, enee, although it may have been
than could ht desired,
They have well advertised these
1 j wonderful springs
Ed. Grafhain of George is busy
hewing the timbers for his new
barn, which will be completed in and parties living
few w e e k s .
Mrs. NettieTurian and
during the rainy season, a farmer
ter Alma, of California, are vis-
has to hitch team to an
iting at the Viola home of Mrs. fastening and with the present
j frequency of automobiles on main
, , baby
, of . streets, accidents
baby of happen, in fact, have happened
Viola, returned home last Sun- ; e|-aj times in the past
day, after a three month:
among relatives in Kansas.
Mrs. Seymour Wilson and Mrs.
Prank Walters of Portland are
visiting at the John Ely home in
Miss Bessie Congdon of Cur
rinsville has accepted a position
with the Lowengart Millinery
Company of Portland.
Miss Dorothy Cahill and Miss
Midred Skipton of Portland, are
WILL DO YOU GOOD spending
a short vacation at the
to see how your horses will ¡>o
into the feed we provide. No
indifference, no mussing with
the feed but just straight eating.
If Vour horses are “ off their
feed" give' them some of ours.
You’ll see a quick cure and a
bettered condition that mean
more work and better. Isn't
that what you are after ?
Estacada Lumber and Produce Co.
$2 a day
$ io a week
The Hotel Estacada
MODERN C O N V E N IE N C E S
One of the most delightful Resorts on the Coast
Local and Tourist Trade Solicited
Palace Meat Market
the best of meats
Lard, Bacon, Sour Kraut, Pickles.
A complete line of fresh and salt meats.
Fresh vegetables in their season.
Fresh Eggs and Butter.
We handle only
I RED JORG, Proprietor
- ’ j _________
■ ■■■ .. I a » ............................................
Waterbury and Chapman
“The Busy Store”
Leading Grocery Store
Phone, Mein 76.
POP, Wholesale and Retail
R. G. MARCHBANK
TRADE AT THE
home of E. E. Saling at Currins
Mrs. Dr. Swinburne and daugh
ter, Miss Fay Bartholomew, re
turned to tneir home in Portland,
after a few days’ vacation with
relatives at Currinsville.
Mrs. Marcia Klinker and her
daughter Helen are visiting rela
tives in Portland at present,
which necessitates Messrs. Chris
UNION HIGH SCHOOL
and Henry to sample their own |
Up for Vote
J. W. Reed ’eft early last Sun
day morning for a trip to the
coast, with his big auto, carrying
John Osborne, family and rela
tives and T. J. Reagan. The
party returned Wednesday after
Miss Ruth Saling returned
last week from a five weeks va
cation in Heppner, Ore. She
was accompanied by her grand
mother Mrs. Mary Bartholomew,
who expects to spend several
weeks visiting relatives in Cur
The August meeting of the
Garfield Dorcas Society will oc
cur on the 27th from 10;30 A. M.
to 6:00 P. M. Each lady is re
Hot Springs Close
quested to bring her own lunch
eon and sewing. Business ses
sion at 2:00 P. M. Signed Mrs.
Death of School Teacher
F. L. Bundy, Secy.
LaBarrevue, the popular Gar
field resort is still the mecca for
vacationists from Portland, \v ith
the following people now there:
Mrs. Agnes Glen, Mrs. E. J.
Swindells and son, Mrs. R. B.
Cook and son, Mr. and Mrs. W.
G. Gosslin and Mr. and Mrs. H.
A party of seven, comprising
Wm. Underwood, wife, son, and
mother, Mrs. Charlotte Howell.
Miss Isabella Underwood and
Corbett Underwood, returned
Monday night from a week’s out The directors of the East
ing trip at Garbaldi Beach. The Clackamas Fair announce and Iess fitaMe,
trip was made both ways in Un call attention to the fact that
derwood’s Ford machine with there will lie a eugenics contest
necessary camping outfit and oc at the coming fair, under the n anf] tj,e \ orthwest
cupied about 12 hours each way. supervision and judging of Drs. Reason shollM see a big and influx
ine people 01 George ann Bis fhese doctors will have no envi-
, wrr f tlie ....
f„7 HKX,* K TtS.:. fit« Tifi?
in their respective sections. The j „¡'i beVeaJe of w in s
detei- I coming season
,or "« and '»•»'
a pleased custo
j mtr is the best advertisement vet.
Fancy Groceries. Bakery Goods, Confectionery
ly everyone and will l>e sent to fect children,
G«t S. A H. Trading S t.m p.,________________ G. H L1CHTHORN Prop.
I The opening up of these springs
the 4th Asst. Postmaster Gener-
al in a few days. These sections
| has given Kstacada goo<l advertis
need better service and it is Sevtral nearby, dangerous, forest ing and last but not least the Cary
All I ask
.hoped that the authorities will fires have broken out in this vicinity Brothers deserve the thanks of the
Is a chance to figure on your
j arrange for better service here- [ in the past week, the worst one be- j community for the large ntmilier of
ing on the upper waters of North local people, whom they have given
Plumbing and Electric Wiring , after.
Fork, which necessitated the ser employment to this past season.
J. F. Lovelace of Estacada has vices
of 16 Estacada men, who left
CH AS. M. SPARKS. £«tacada, Oregon
! received another letter from part- Tuesday
to help tight it. There
Oberstafler thoroughly enjoyed an
Miss Agnes Graves of Portland, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Currin of had Estacada flour offered to brought out from Portland, all being automobile trip to Portland the
a neice of Weather Forecaster Currinsville entertained a party ¡them
for sale, the flour being under
___ the supervision
H I of Chief For- early part of this week, with f)r.
Beals, has been visiting Miss of Estacada and Currinsville
Adix. The Itoetor met the boys
of the carload of supplies ester jfugh Mendenhall!
Gladys Carpenter of Estacada friends at a delightful roast duck part
,on« ,he road and invi,ed ,hem lo
for the past week. Miss Graves, dinner last Thursday evening, year. From a newspaper clip reports that the tire near Barton was ride
as far as they were going and
who is an expert swimmer, swam with covers laid for twelve. The ping enclosed with the letter, well tinder control Wednesday as their
destination was, "no where I
the Clackamas Lake twice, this dinner was followed by cards, it is evident that an investigation morning anti tile one near Sandy in particular,"
the genial host blew
feat would tax the endurance of games aou attempts at barber [ is being marie relative to the was being gotten tinder control, al himself for the suppers
a man. owing to the coldness of shop” harmony by the famous [charges of commerciahsm with though this latter fire had burned and brought the l*>ys safely
the donated supplies.
several farm buildings iu its path. , later in the evening.
Deposit your money here at any time.
Draw out your money at any time.
Make use of our checking service.
No 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
I TROY D. WALKER. President
THOMAS YOCtJM. Vice President
IRWIN D. WRIGHI, Cashier
Interest paid on time deposits.
$ 59 . Steel Range FREE
The ESTACADA FURNITURE CO. are now ready
to begin the sale of their famous 300 PIECES of
f BENCH BLUE ENAMELED WARE
This handsome FRENCH BLUE ENAMELED WARE
and the RANGE TO BE GIVEN AWAY are
now on exhibition in their store windows.
To each piece of this ware, is attached a duplicate number,
the purchaser receiving one number and the duplicate
is retained by the company for the drawing.
On a certain dav, notice to be given in advance, after the
last piece of this famous FRENCH BLUE ENAMELED
WARE has been sold, a drawing of the lucky
number will take place and the party holding
the winning number receives the
$ 5 0 .0 0
One number is attached to each article, regardless of
its selling price. Each article is sold at a very
reasonable price and is of the best of quality.
Call at the store at Once, for the 300 pieces will soon be sold.
Estacada Furniture Co.
Widely scattered have been built by the
Portland Railway, Light & Power Co. for
the purpose of providing
Reliable Electric Service
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
W HERF L O C A T E D
Portland ( 2 )
Si 1 vert on
Portland Railway, Li^ht & Power Co.
Broadway and Alder Strcrti
Phones: Marshall 5100
If the European war continues, look out for prices to jump
on WHEAT and FLOUR.
Now is your time to buy
Dements Best Flour
and tfet the best, before the advance.
Manufactured by Dement Bros. Co. Walla Walla, Wash.
Sold only by
J. F. Lovelace, Estacada, Oregon
Special pricesin quantity lots, (. r a in o f ALL KINDS w a n t e d .