Image provided by: Portland General Electric; Portland, OR.
About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 19, 1915)
News Notes From All Sections
Owing to the serious illness of |
her father, Mrs. H. G. Trow-1
bridge of Estacada is leaving
this week for the family home
in Arlington, Minn.
Is New and Complete
Walt Bartholomew of Portland !
spent a few days in Estacada
Dont fail to Inspect my Stock of
and Currinsville last week, visit
Watches, Clocks, Silverware and Jewelry ing his brother Fred, and sisters, j
Mrs. E. E. and C. C. Saling.
Does your club room need
Repairing a Specialty
Miss Nouna Vallen of Elwood I
a new instrument?
visited a few days at the home
I will be in Estacada—
piano, organ or phono
Aug. 16th to 22nd.
Warren Barr and Bob Morton of
graph? We will make
When not here, leave work at Marchbank’s. Estacada, who have been in the
you a liberal allowance
forestry work along the upper
on your present instru
Clackamas, have returned home. I
ment and will so arrange
Mr. and Mrs. A. Kane of Port
balance of your pay
the summer on their Elwood
that the purchase of the new instrument will
homestead, have returned home.
not prove an embarassment to you.
Emile Bittner, Frank Rotter,
Mrs. Etfie Bittner and Miss Lena
Miller of Oregon City were
Advise us of your wants and
Beef of Quality
in Elwood, last Sunday.
ask for our price list of slight
is the only kind kept at this market.
Geo. Eilers of Portland spent
ly used pianos and organs.
We plan every roast, every steak sold
last Sunday at the Scheel horfle
in Bissell and returning was ac
to make friends for us. So we sell
companied by Mrs. Eilers and
only the choicest and primest and at
children, who have been spend- j
prices which add nothing to the cost
ing a few weeks vacation at her
of living by trading here.
R. M. Standish
Mr. and Mrs. John Ferguson
and Mrs. W. K. Haviland of Es-
tacada visited at the Wiederhold
Ray Miller of Viola has supplant Make No Date For Saturday Night
home in Bissell last Sunday.
ed his old white horse, with a
Mrs. Elenora Ginther, a form new Ford machine, which he
Announcement is hereby made
er teacher in the Estacada1 purchased from local agent Reed that on Saturday evening Aug
Schools, was married July 24th last week.
ust 29th, at the Springwater
last to Dr. Willard G. Benawa
church, there will be a concert
of Craig, Alaska. Word was re-1 Mr-!. Gale amfdauyhter Julia given by the famous Springwater
ceived by Mrs. L. M. Yocum of of Portland and Mrs. Agnes Hen Choral Society and everyone is
derson visited at the McMillan invited to attend. A complete
with program will
A. J. Mills of Estacada left home in Eagle Creek the first of announcement
appear in next week’s issue.
last Friday morning for work in the week.
the Forestry Service above the
Will Still of Eagle Creek re
Cash Paid For Eggs
Teachers' Course Instructive
Oak Grove, under Forester Hugh turned last week from the har
Miss EchoGithensof Alspaugh,
vest fields in Eastern Oregon.
Palace Meat Market
Mrs. Ralph Cummings of He reports labor plentiful and who has been attending the ses
sions of the Teachers’ Training
Mosier, Or. spent last Sunday at jobs scarce.
Fred Jon}, Proprietor
Course at Oregon City is enthu
the home of her brother, B. H.
Phone Main 83.
siastic in her praises of the meth
Finch of Estacada.
County Tax Levy
ods of instruction given, especi
Wm Hicinbotham and family
those pursued by Mrs. M. L.
The following is a statement of ! ally
of Viola returned Monday from
Fulkerson of Salem, in the hand
Netard’s, near Tillamook, after
ling of the primary department.
spending a pleasant two weeks roll of 1914 in Clackamas County. Miss Githens feels that she and
$111,842.17 all teachers who availed them
103,821.34 selves of this course are now
The English Made Candy
103,275.50 better fitted to instruct the little
the P. M. Wagner home in Esta General School
tots, who are just entering school.
Something Entirely New
brating the 38th wedding anni General Road • 243,001.14
School Garden Private Property
versary of Mr. and Mrs. Wagner
Full fresh line of
and the first anniversary of Mr.
The garden on the Estacada
and Mrs. Harold Wooster.
school property, east of the grain,
Cities and Towns 47,716.94
has for some time past been in
Miss Elverda Treese, of Holli-
$784,067.10 charge of Mr. Thos. Sampson of
daysburg. Pa., is spending a few
Estacada, who has personally
days in this vicinity, visiting at
for the place and its pres
the homes of E. S. Womer, Floyd
Kodak Supplies - Films and Developers Spurlin and other friends. Miss Underwriters Make Few Changes ent enticing appearance is due to
About two weeks ago a couple his efforts.
Treese is making an extensive
western trip, having visited Cal of representatives from the Un- ' A few people, not knowing
this garden produce is the
ifornia and other points.
derwriters Equitanle Rating Bu that
personal property of Mr. Samp
Mrs. Selma Olson of McMinn reau were in Estacada, investi son, have been helping them-
ville is visiting with her sister, gating local conditions.
! selves to same, and are herewith
Mrs. J. Randolph of Viola.
Aside from a raise in the in- advised of the ownership.
Owing to the fact that most of surance rate on the old dry log
Mrs. R. M. Standish and child-
the fanners in and near Sandy mill property on Zobrist street
i ren of Estacada returned to their
First class lumber o ' all kinds, promptly
from 6.85 to 7.85, no change has j home last Friday from the sea-
the regular Sandy Fair will not
delivered from big stock on hand.
announced, although W. A. | shore, owing to the serious illness
be held this year.
Dimension material a specialty.
Heylman, the Estacada insurance of her two year old boy, who has
Mrs. Maud Graham and daugh
since recuperated to the “cross-
Phone or call at mill, at Dodge.
ter, Erma of Estacada. returned man, is trying to obtain a more | whining stage” which is a good
O. C. Klaetsch, Owner.
home Wednesday, from their auto equitable rating on several of the symptom.
tour of California.
Our Jewelry Stock
• F. E. Beckwith,
Lodges, Clubs, Granges
or other Organizations