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NO. 4 Of VOL. 8
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ESTA CA D A . OREGON, TH URSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1914
$1 A Y E A R
U nion H igh School Favored.
Apropos, of our late lamented
Estacada High School measure, it Church o f Estacada has recently
might he iu line to quote the follow had printed some neat subscrip
excursion at Hood River last week. ing, from the Bulletin ot the Uoi- tion blanks, to be distributed
among the townspeople.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs C. E Sur- j versity of Oregon.
The Estacada Union High School
These blanks read — “ I hereby sub
tus of Estacada. Oct. 8th, a ten
measure was defeated at the former scribe, and agri-e to pay, $ — c— per
| election, owing to lack of knowl week for the support of the gospel for
The Garfield Literary Society, edge by the voters, on the sithj.-cl. the ensuing your, beginning Oct. 1, 19—
met last Saturday evening at the The matter will undoubtedly come and ending Sept. 30, 19— .
A l s o ---- per week for the benevo
home o f H. G. Trowbridge.
up for consideration again and with lent causes o f the church.
The church stands for high ideals
Mrs. Henry Chevron, o f Hood 1 in another year,, at which time, it is
River, is visiting at the home o f ■ likely to meet with general approv | and the good of the community. The
church depends for its existence, upon
her father, S. P. Waterbury, o f al, when the tax payer realizes the the moral and financial support of its
Your contribution will be
| tional system.
Mrs. R. W. Cary, o f Estacada,
‘ ‘ He that giveth unto the church,
"So far as the country school re-
ente.tained last Monday after
] mains an institution of one room giveth not as unto man, but as unto
noon, in honor o f Miss Mary
; and one teacher it has become an the Lard.”
Kughler, who is visiting Mrs. W.
, Name----------- —
anachronism in American life and
I These cards and pledget will
must he changed to something dif
Jos. Boyd, wile and babv, of ferent before ihe education it gives [be circulated by Mrs. T. J. Rea
Portland s|>ent the week end, visit can he made adequate to the needs gan and Mr. B. F. Ford, and
ing at the home of Mrs. Bond's ; of the children living in the country j they should meet with the com-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Me today," says Dr Joseph Schafer, I rnunity’ s hearty support.
The majority o f us take a very
Willis of ’Estacada.
professor of history at the Univer
I inactive part in the actual work,
Mrs. A. M. Guthrie and daug-
j being done by our churches, our
ter, Miss Agnes, o f York, N- Y., education which is being widely
I main excuse being selfishness or
mother and sister o f F. B. Guth- printed.
Dr. Schafer mourns a little for laziness and a desire to use Sun-
aie, are visiting at the Guthrie
‘ little red school house" of old, \ day as a holiday.
home in Estacada.
which he declares all should honor ; The church would probably
A baby daughter arrived at the for the great work it has accom 1 prefer a contributors’ enthusiastic
home of Mr. and Mrs. Shermcn plished in the past, but he proceeds co-operation and work, in p ref
Stone of Barton, last Sunday. The to argue powerfully for an efficient, erence to the mere cash, or bet
consolidated school, which will put
voting lady was immediately named,
the pupil in touch witli times that ter still they need both.
Bonita May Stone.
In as much as the majority o f
are if. a thousand ways different
us, and the word majority is
Saturday, Oct. 17th at 1.15 P. from those of his grapdfathers.
"Because land is now high and used advisedly, do not take an
M. at the regular meeting o f the
margins of profit narrow," contin
Eagle Creek Grange, Professors ues Dr. Schafer, "the farmer must active interest in the church
Fitts and Lamb o f the 0. A. C. be a business man. Because science work, the least we can do is to
will speak on the subjects, Dairy can aid in making his farm more help financially.
The Bible states, among other
productive or in preventing losses,
and Poultry Husbandry.
he must be trained to apply scientif well accepted facts, something
A P P L E D A Y -T u esd a y , Oct. ic principles. Because he is a citi
to the effect, that such money as
aoth’ from 2:40 to 7:00 P. M. will zen. cosmopolitan in his business
we give unto the Lord and his
be observed by the ladies of the C. and social relations, he needs as his
work, w ill be returned to us
I. C. Apples wilt be served in all
less thorough or less broad than many fold. The editor is unable
si>les and to suit the most fastidi that which today con"« as a matter
to quote the exact wording,
ous tastes, with sauce, dumplings, of course to the man entering busi
owing to his being o f the “ ma
baked or pie.
ness life in the towns or cities.”
From All Section
(Inly tw o more days L t r r i Ä
The Piano Contest will close at
4 o’clock, Sat. Oct. 17, 1914.
Ihe First Seven, having the Highest number of votes,
the following prizes:
Krantz Piano, mahogany 0r cak finish.
2nd, Certificate o f Credit, good for one Krantz Piano, when
accompanied with $90.
3rd, Certificate, as described above, accompanied by $95.
4th, Certificate, *
5th, Certificate, ’
6th, Certificate, ’
7th, Certificate, ’
A ll certificates good for one year from date,
f. o. b. factory, and are transferable.
Bert H. Finch
Hardware, Harness and Implements.
I W ill P a y
$1.05 per bushel — for good wheat.
Price paid for oats — on request.
I W ill S ell
O c to b e r )
Shorts - $32. per ton.
30. per ton.
6.20 per barrel.
“Hard W h e a t P a ten t”
Feed o f all kinds prices fair, honest weights and treatment.
T r y a small package of “ Guthries Chicken Mixture.”
I ‘ ii a end • (or poultry—tint lining bran,
shor n, r.oy-b'an meat and blood meal.
(Formula irom F. B. Guthri’, Agri 'ult iral toucher, Estacada Sohool.)
Estacada Lumber and Produce Co.
$2 a day
( io a week
The Hotel Estacada
MODERN CO N VEN IEN CES
One of the most delightful Resorts on the Coast
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 salt meats.
Fresh vegetables in their season.
Fresh E ggs and Butter.
FKtD J0RG, Proprietor
W aterb u ry and Chapman
“ Ihe Busy Store”
Leading Grocery Store
Phone, Main 76.
POP, Wholesale and Retail
K. G. MARCH BANK
U G H T LUNCH
TO B A C C O
H a vin g sold out my Plumbing business, I beg to
request that all persons knowing themselves to be
indebted to me, will please call and settle accounts.
A ll accounts due at once.
CHAS. M. SPARKS.
The ladies from the surrounding
country, when ill Estacada. are in
wiled to make the Civic Improve
ment Club rooms their headquart
ers. The rooms are comfortably
fitted with easy chairs and the new
i brary is an added attraction.
E S Wooster of Springwater,
recently sold 14 acres of unimprov
ed land to a Mr. Otto Bauclispies of
Manilla,P.I. Thislaud is pirtof the
Wooster-Stokes pr inerty iu Spring-
water. Mr. Buichspies expects to
build a home 011 the place at once.
Along with the other signs ol
prosperity in the George section,
can he noted the pretty new hunga
low being built for Henry Johnson
(1 is a two story house with big
airy rooms, with concrete founda
tion, covering 26x40 ft. and base
A hahy was born last Saturday
at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Earl
Joius, at River Mill. The child
lived hut a short time and the fu
neral took place Monday noon, with
interment at Lone Oak Cemetery.
Mrs. Jones is still in a precarious
condition, hut getting along as well
as could he expected.
The George Commercial & Social
Club held their regular meeting at
the new hall, last Saturday night.
After the business meeting was fin
ished, light retreshments were serv
ed and dancing followed until mid
night. There is to he a Hallowe'en
party given at the Hall, Oct. 3*4,
and everyone is invited to attend.
Christian Church N otice
T o whom it may concern:—
W e, the undersigned members of the
Christian Church, desire in this manner
to express to the public the following
statement of faets relative to the change
in the Hffairs of the church at this
place: Upon the resignation of W alter
Givens as pastor of the church, such
resignation being accepted as his wish,
J. C. Ghonr.ley was duly called to the
pastorate with a full understanding, be
tween himself and the congregation,
that he should devote but tw o days
per week to the pastorate at this place,
the remaining five days of the week be
ing spent in the Portland Medical Col
A fter an acceptance o f the work
»y Mr. Ghormcley, a change in the af
fairs of the Portland Medical College
made it impossiple for Mr. Ghormlcy
to give more than Saturday evening
and Sunday to the work at this place,
and necessitating his return to Port
land on the last car on Sunday even
ing. Belfeving that it would be im
possible for Mr. Ghormlcy under this
new arrangement to continue his school
work and at the same time successful
ly Carry on the pastorate of this church,
the congregation, realising the necessity
of Mr. Ghormlcy continuing in the Med
ical work to enable him to return to his
post in India in 1916, by a unanimous vote,
released him from his contract, and by
the unanimous vote W alter Givens was
again asked to take up the pastorate
o f the church, indefinitely. Because of
our many friends, who are at all times
interested in the affairs of the church,
who will desire to know the reason for
this sudden change o f affairs, we take
this means of giving to the public a
full and complete statement o f the
J. C. Ghormlcy
W . Givens
Publicity C irrm ittee
D. S. Fleming
W. H. Holder
Mrs. D. M. Marshall
jo rity ” but i f we believe the
other bibical truths, we should
There is a certain little secret
glow o f self satisfaction or re
flected righteousness, which al
ways comes to anyone o f us,
after we have made a donation
to the Lord’s work, and even if
we don’ t deserve it fo r our
small contribution, it helps. Did
you ever note the satisfied feel
ing that always follows church
attendance, especially when the
attendant has been a little self-
sacrificing in going to church.
That same feeling will prevail,
after you have signed one o f
these subscription cards.
Whether you are a church
worker, a semi- worker or a non-
worker. sign one o f these cards
when it is presented to you and
meet the solicitor more than half
way. Its hard enough work so
liciting money without having to
be made to feel that you are
Our Estacada churches are
doing a big work and with mighty
little financial support, so let us
hope that this year w ill be a
banner one in church finances.
I f everyone in town agreed to
give 10c per week, it would figure
$40. per week, so every pledge,
no matter its size, will help.
Estacada State Bank
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 I or row 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
LIROY 0. W a I k ill. President
tnOMAS YOCUM. Vice President
IRWIN D. WRIGIIf, Cashier
Interest paid on time deposits.
How are your chances?
$ 5 0 .0 0 Steel Range
that is to be given away in a few days,
to the holder of the lucky number?
There are only a few articles of the
FRENCH BLUE ENAMELED WARE
and each has a number attached,
no matter what the price.
This ware comprises a full assortment of
kitchen utensils and is of better quality
than any other granite ware.
your utsnsils and replace ihe worn ones
now, before the drawing occurs.
Estacada Furniture Co.
Green Trading Stamps
W hen you wish to renew your Magazines, or subscribe
for others, either singly or ip clubs, the
ESTACAD A PH AR M A C Y
will be pleased to serve you at Publishers Prices.
Do not be deceived by travelling agents, as some o f our
Estacada citizens have been recently.
Ask for our catalogue.
e are pleased to announce that we now have
G R O C E R IE S .
T IL L A M O O K
F U L L ('R E A M
B L A C K FIGS.
It has probably lieeu noticed by
all hunters this season, that China
rooste: s are especially scarce, that
is in the proportion of cocks to
hens In former years, there were j Celery,
equally as many ot each «ex, in
fact with a preponderance of cocks,
but this »ear the females are in evi
Meetings are to be held in the
dence about six to one, over the
C- I. C parlors, Monday, Oct
inales. This condition is especially 1 Large Choice English
19th, and every Monday evening,
noticeable in the Garfield section.
until election, for the purpose o f
It seems as though the game laws
Plu m ber M ille r
discussing the measures to be
Pacific States Fire Insurance Co.
voted upon. The meeting last
Chas. C Miller, o f Viola and I shooting of both sexes, during the
; open season, for the present ratio is j
Ken Bartlett and Bob Morton,
Waterbury ft Chapman expect I Monday, was not well attended, Milwauk.e, is now an Estacada ¡certainly due to ihe protection of 1
who are attending the University to move into their new location, by ■ as few people knew o f its ca ling. merchant and welcomed by his the hens. The Chinese pheasant is
local associates. He recently pur
of Oregon, are troth on the varsity
the 20th of Oclolier. They have A ll are invited to attend next chased the plumbing business, a monogamist, as any person famil j A. E Sparks of Estacada, who
foot bill squad. When two fresh
conducted by C. M. Sparks and iar with their habits has noticed ' has recently purchased the old
men receive this honor, it is due to rented and are having remodeled
The male pheasant can lie seen car
their foot liall ability and rtflects the Sparks building, form ed) the ! Emanuel (Bulger) Krigbaum of took over the active manage ing for the chicks and he even takes Lockerby building, intends to ini
highly on the efficient knowledge Lockerby building, on Broadway. Garfield, who lias been away from ment, last Monday morning. The a turn at the egg hatching In the mediately tear up the old wooden
of the game as taught by Prin. The carpentry and papering is hie I Estacada for the past year, returned Estacada iienplc, who worked cases of two broods pet year, the sidewalk and replace it with a con
with Mr. Miller during the los
Ford at the Estacada High school
Bulger could not ing Cascade county light, know cock substantially raises the fust crete one. Mr Beary of Portland,
ing done hv B. R Kimmel and last Monday,
Bartlett p>a>«J for a short spell
«ho owns the advening prr.pertv
Rtisland of Estacada. stay away front Oregon, although him to be a hustler; up-to-date, !brood.
during the recent Oregon-Whitman L
promised to continue the khk I
game, and if he plays a cotiple more
times, he wili he entitled to his best in the city and with the added gan country. miring the summer join the Progress in wishing him will surely lie an over supply of work along his holdings. With
“ big O " this year Morton is lute of groceries, which they intend months, as he owns a fine farm near success. Mr. Miller is an experi- I widows aod old maids among the , our new paving and new c-nv nt
Kalamazoo. His many friends and enced man in thi t line o f work pheasants, and with th- advent of
lighter in weight, hut has the right
to carry, the store will be anotheT J relatives v ill he glad to welcome and should get his share o f the suffrage in Oregon, they should sidewalks, Estacada will begin to
s off in him and will he heard iron
ilook like prosperity again
1 lum home.
' stand their share of the risk.
credit to Estacada.
another year at least.
A. E. S P A R K S
S W E E T P IC K L E D
B R E A K F A S T BACON
M IL D CURE.
VV. M. Wamock o f Springwat
er. celebrated his 79th birthday,
Oct. 4th. Some neighbor asked
Mace as to who wrould do his fall
plowing for him? The question
was about us sensible as to ask
T y Cobb, who is to do his hall
playing, for \Y. M. had just fin
ished a 49-year old man’s job o f
plowing. The Progress and his
many frit mis wi h hint many re
turns o f the day.