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About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 5, 1914)
W e carry a nice line of
T I L E T T O K N IV E ,
SA W S,
H A M M E R S , AXES
and H A T C H E T S .
The Latest Patterns in
What’s tho use having
a pocket knife that wiil
not cut readily?
Can you imagine anything
more annoying than “ trying
to sharpen a pencil“ or
“ endeavoring to cut a piece
of rope " with a knife that
won’t hold an edge ?
Y ou should b o very particular
when purchasing knives. Insist
j t TFf
i L c r i T i T
r “ —
Bert H. Finch
and y ou are bound to be satisfied
W e guarantee every blade
P a y in g
$1.10 per bushel for good wheat.
27.00 per ton for gray oats.
I am Selling
6.00 per bbl.
(H ard W heat Patent)
Shorts - $32. per ton.
30. per ton.
Feed o f all kinds prices fair, honest weights and treatment.
T ry a small package of “ Guthries Chicken Mixture.”
It il a tomi for poultry—containing hr.in,
shorts, soy-bean meal and blood meal.
(Formula from F. B. Guthrie, Agri cultural teacher, F.itacada School.)
Estacada Lumber and Produce Co.
How’s Your Piaone?
Set of 2,
Cross Cut Saws Filed
Expert Saw Hammering,
C. C. M IL L E R
f io a week
$2 a day
The Hotel Estacada
M O D E R N 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
We handle only the best of meats
Lard, Bacon, Sour Kraut, Pickles.
A comp'ete line of fresh and salt meats.
Fresh vegetables in their season.
Fresh Eggs and Butter.
FRFD J0RG, Proprietor
W H IL E
The “ Pacific ” Made in Oregon
Waterbury and Chapman
U A YEAR
E ST A C A D A , OREGON, TH U R SD A Y , N O V EM BER 5, 1914
VO L. 8
Do you know half of your labor can
be saved by using the O ’C E D A R MOP and POLISH ?
Ask your neighbor who has used one
Or better still,
try one for yourself.
SOLD ON TRIAL by
Pacific M ates fire In su ran ce Co.
Producer to Consumer
From All Sections
The C. I. C. will serve tea at
room, next Saturday af
ternoon, 'from 1 to 5 P. M. All
Space will not allow of a detailed
Postm aster Johnson of E staca
y port of the election in this county da has received a communication
Latest advices show Dimick as f rom tbe Portland post office, as
elected for State S ttator. will follows:
Hunt, Risley and Scheubel as Rep
"in order to extend the facili-
o f the parcel post office ser-
A number of Currinsville; A 1
t Anderson remained a hold over.
vice as rapidly as possible, and to
spaugh, Garfield and Estacada peo
Wilson ltd for Sheriff, with Miss give the public.every possible ad-
ple attended the Portland Land Hariington elected as County Clerk
vantage in connection therewith,
Show this week.
Dedmau won the Recordetship with
the Post Office Department is at
C. M. Folsom, of Springwater. Dunn as Treasurer.
present engaged in working out
Clackamas county went dry bv a
has sold 20 acres of his ranch to
system whereby the producer
big majority and generally the Re
Horner Bros , of Dodge, who aie publican ticket won out.
and consumer o f farm and dairy
now putting in a crop and expect
C. W. Devore, of Estacada, was products can be brought in direct
to build in the near tuture.
elected to succeed W. Givens as communication.
The Portland Oregon, Post Of
Chas. W. Hays, of Poitland, will Justice of Peace and Edwin Bates
defeated A. G. Ames for Constable. fice has been designated by the
show some stereopticon views at the
Most of the election returns from
Douglass school house, Suuday ev j the following districts, are on file Department to compile a list o f
etiing, Nov. 8th
Everybody is at this office, showing the vote on names and addresses of produc
each measure; Eagle Creek, Viola, ers who desire to sell country
Estacada No. 2, Estacada No. 1, produce direct to the consumer.
Mayor Adix, of Estacada, has Garfield, Springwater, George, and
Such a list will be revised and re
the distinction o f being the own Dover.
printed at frequent intervals, will
er o f the first stretch o f street
The city of Estacada voted in
be kept posted in all post office
curbing in this vicinity, on the favor of the Dry Amendment al
most four to one, while the coun stations, and will be delivered by
Second St. side of his property.
try districts averaged about two to earner to anyone who desires to
Will Closner and Jas. Parks, one in favor ot same.
o f Springwater, have rented part
The list will contain the names
o f the Hunt block in Estacada
and addresses o f all persons who
and expect to open up a notion
The next C. I. C. dance will be heve indicated to the Postmaster
on Thanksgiving night, Nov. 26th, at Portland, Oregon, that they
store, in a few days.
with dancing from 9 P. M. until 3
A Halloween party was given at A. M. The young people will re are in a position to handle pro-
the home of Mr. and Mrs. I,oug- member the last ThanksgVving ‘luce in this manner, and wish to
wtll of Eagle Creek. Games and dance, which was one of the finest 1 do so, to gether with the char
dancing were enjoyed until mid ever given in this city. The music acter o f the produce they can
night, when a delicious supper was will he of the best, with delicious furnish (under appropriate head
refreshments and handsome decora
ings such as "butter” , "e g g s” ,
tions. Remember, it is Thanksgiv
"fruits and nuts” , and "general
Complaint has been received ing night.
produce” ), the prices and terms
o f the number o f automobiles
The Halloween dance, given by
running on the roads after dark, the C. I. C. last week, was a well at o f payment, change of price,
without lights. Something should tended and an enjoyable affair and and such other descriptive mat
be done to eliminate this practice, netted the ladies $37.75. which ter or information as it may be
as it is dangerous.
money will he expended as usual in necessary to furnish.
Portland the interest of the city.
The list will be printed on or
Land Products Show special ex
The Firemen have already an about the first of each month,
cursion from Estacada last Mon nounced a big dance for New Years
and if a producer wishes his
day, was called off at the last Eve, which should be a success,
name to remain on the list he
minute, owing to lack o f patron judging from past records
should so advise the Postmaster
not later than the twentieth of
Card o f Thanks
Many carloads o f gravel are be
the month: otherwise his name
ing unloaded and hauled out o f
I wish to thank Mr. A. E. Sparks
Estacada this week, for use on and my many fiirnds, who have so will not be reprinted. This is
the Currinsville and Springwater kindly aided me since the misfor necessary in order that tho list
Hill roads. The Estacada pave tune of breaking my leg. Words shall not be encumbered with un
ment is getting its share, notwith are inadequate to express all I feel,
standing the inclement weather. and I trust that my future actions available names.
Parcel post packages are deliv
Basket ball practice every Wed will more surely express my appre ered throughout the entire city
nesday at Dodge Hall has begun ciation of the kindness shown.
o f Portland daily except Sunday.
Signed C. FI. Rees,
in earnest. Several new men are
in the game this year and it looks
Pastor M. E. Church. All packages received prior to
eight A. M. are delivered that
as though tne famous Springwat
er team would be stronger than
day. Shippers should time their
ever this season.
packages to the best advantage
Next Saturday afternoon, at and when perishable goods are
Dont fail to attend the Mother
Goose entertainment, and see the 2:30, the Estacada High School due to arrive in this city Satur-
scared kids perform, next Friday ! foot ball team will tackle St. ,
! Johns High boys, on the Està- ‘ lays after eight A. M , special
evening at the Family Theatre al
! delivery stamps should be affixed,
8 o ’ clock. Tickets, 10c and 15e. I cada grounds.
Owing to an infringement o f: thereby securing immediate d e -[
For the benefit o f the Library
the training table rules, Prin. | livery upon arrival.
Committee of the C. I. C
Ford was compelled to expo from
Noel Sarver, of Curriusv’lle, ami 1 the squad several o f the regular
Miss Marie Wilson, of Portland, ! players, and their absence will themselves as far as possible
wire married Wednesday, October prove a handicap for the locals. with parcel post rates and con
28th at Vancouver, Wash
Mon It is understood that the lineup dition requirements as to pack
day night, a booming, dynamiting, will comprise a good aggregation ing and wrapping, time neces
rip roaring charivari was given the and- some new gridiron stars
couple on their return to Currins- may be brought to light. Every sary for transportation and deliv
ville, where they will make their one should witness this game, j ery, etc. This information will
and help the cause o f athletics' be furnished in responce to a re
The Good Templars, of Currins in the schools, for athletics are quest on this office, or can be ob-
ville gave a ‘ hard times” Hallo the best drawing card, to make tained from any postmaster,
j Thjs officu wiM bt. pleased to en
ween social, at lily’ s Hall last Fri- higher education attractive.
About 75 people
ter into correspondence with any
Reports are current o f the
were present, and a title lunch was
I one interested in this service, or
served, I’rries were awarded to C. Oregon lumber business being
I who desires tube included in the
R. Lovell aud Miss Josie Harken- dull, but
O. C. Klaetsch
i list of producers or wishes to take
rider, for the worst dressed char
reports the sale o f the lumber
advantage o f it.”
from his mill to erect the
F. S. Myers,
Dick Gibson o f Eagle Creek new Hillockburn Home near
traded his rubber tired buggy Dodge and for the building o f
and "some to boot,” for Sam
This is a sensible experiment
Dunlop's new hack, last Friday. the cabins at Kaake’ s camp at and should prove a valuable ser
On Monday he traded the hack Springwater.
vice to the producer. If you are
to Ray Wjiodle for a top buggy
Prof. DeCouf of the University interested and wish to try this
and a heifer. A Progress "want
ad” started the trading and ev o f Oregon, will lecture on “ Twen- system, send your name and other
eryone seems happy, including tieth Century Canada” at the information to Postmaster John-
Eagle Creek church, Saturday wn at Estacada.
evening, Nov. 7th at 7:45 P. M.
The annual Harvest Festival at
Train Schedule Change
the Springwater church, next This lecture will be illustrated
Sunday, bids fair to eclipse all with sterioptfeon pictures and is
Beginning last Monday, there was
former festivities, as the com part o f the State Universities’
a slight change made in the depar
petition between the musical and Extension Course and free to the
ture and arrival time of the vattous
commissary departments is keen
public. This lecture was origin- . .
,, „ , R. L. & P.
er than ever, which assures a
rare treat, both musical and gas ally slated for r rtday night, but
Cars leave for Portland
tronomic. Everyone is cordially has been set for one day later.
. m . :
invited to attend and will be giv
1 The report comes from Eagle 4152 p. tu.; 6:30 p. m ., and 9:00
en a hearty welcome.
(Creek o f the butchering o f 15 p. nt.
Friday afternoon, a jolly Hal hogs by Roy Douglass last week
Cars arrive from Portland: 6:20
loween party was celebrated at and similar rej>ort3 from other)
nt.; 8:24 a. m ; 12:24 p. nt ; 4:24
the George schoolhouse by Miss
Sections. All hogs are taken to- p. m.; 6:26 p m., and 8 24 p. m.
! Catherina Reitsma. the teacher,
and her pupils. Many visitors Portland. The P. R. L. & P. Co.. • Further information: ft: 17 a m.
Were present, who joined in the is losing business every day that
telling o f ghost stories for the the stockyards are absent from and 4:52 p m Combination Mail.
| edification of and the creating o f Estacada. Springwater reports Express and Passenger.
that shivery feeling in the Hiil-
Late car, Saturday tright, leaves
one o f the Portland ma ketesond-
. dren. Miss Caroline Weiderhold
11:3 5 p. m
was awarded the prize for hav- ' ing an auto truck, out, to take
W. Givens, Agent.
j ing narrated the best spook story. , dressed pork into the market.
Estacada Stale Bank
We are operating a modem bank on the
most conservative principles, and we re
spectfully solicit your patronage.
Make use of our savings and checking
service, and feel free to store your valuable
papers in our safe deposit vaults.
Call on us if you wish advice ot assis
tance, whether borrowing or loaning.
For insurance our service is o f the best
and we want you to avail yourself of our ser
I f ROY D. WAIKÏR. Prcsi-Jent
THOMAS YOCUM. Vice President
IRWIN 0. WRÎGHT, Cashier
Interest paid on time deposits.
TO M A K E ROOM
FO R NEW ST O C K
W e have two Baby Buggies left
Regular price $ 7.U0
Six Fish Rods Left
$ 2.50 salmon rod - $ 1.85
$ 4.00 trout rod
- $ 3.50
$ 2.50 bristol rod
- $ 2.00
W e are fast closing out our
FRENCH BLUE ENAMELED WARE
The lucky number wins the $50.00 Range
Estacada Purniturc Co.
Green Trading Stamps.
G ST A N EW TAILORED
F O R T H IS
W IN T E R 'S D A N C E S
N O VEM B E R
I will accept orders for 22 suits
Made to your order, with choice of Serges, Tweeds,
Worsteds or Cheviots.
R- G- M A R C H B A N K
ESTA C A D A
Agent for the International Tailoring Company.
Pure Food Department
CARY’S MERCANTILE CO.
Buy Your Groceries Cheaper
any $20. or more order of assorted
groceries purchased at our store,
guarantee to te as cheap or cheaper than
II you have not received a copy
of our N ovem ber grocery catalog,
we will Lc pleated to mail tns to you.