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E starada Progress
Councilman W arner has called tion in some districts would have
attention to an expense the city amounted to many hundreds of
is often put to, as it was last dollars in their assessment.
Published every Thursday at
week. A party causes the ar But let it be borne in mind that
R. M. Standish, Editor and Manager rest of a man, the complaint be to date the Portland Railway
ing justifiable. The marshal Light & Power Company have
Entered at the postoffice in Estacada,
' makes the arrest, lodges the of- always glafiy paid their full j
Oregon, as second-class mail.
fender in the calaboose, places a share of ail taxes in this part of!
S ubscription K ates
I guard over the jail during th e , the county, whether special or j
$ 1.00 j night, with cost to the city of j regular. Their attitude on this j
__l! about $3. When the arrested [ matter is a fair business proposi-1
man is brought to trial, the com- tion and they are far sighted
Thursday, Dec. 2, 1915
- - - j plainant fails to appear, probably enough to realize that every mile
Few people realize the large preferring to drop the charges, i of good road built in this section,
amount of good that is being As a result, the city is out $3. means ultimately more traffic a-
done by the Civic Improvement cash, and no fine can be exacted long their lines,
Club’s public library. While this from the culprit to offset same
collection of books is limited and There should be some law which Garfield Farmer Enters Business
the headquarters are far from will either make the complainant
Will Howland of GaYfield re
pretentious, scores of people, es show up and testify or make him ceived a 'etter this week from
pecially from the outlying sec- jor ^er l,ay the expenses incurred, Jerome Schultz, who is now vis-
tions, are availing themselves of
Within a week, there will b e! 'ting his former home in Craw-
this opportunity to obtain good
placed upon the market one of fordsville, Ind., saying that he
reading matter. With Mrs. A.
daintiest Christmas gifts had purchased the interest of his
K. Morton as librarian, the num
offered in this community. brother Arthur’s partner, in the
ber of books now in circulation
bookstore of Schultz & Scott of
runs near the hundred mark per in the form of a handsome Esta Craw fordsville, and the new firm
week, with the demand increas
pages and cover, profusely illus name will be Schultz & Schultz.
While Jerome’s many friends
From present indications, it trated with photographic repro wish him success in his new un
ductions of scenes in Estacada,
looks as though a larger and more
Currinsville, Garfield, along the dertaking, they are more than
permanent Estacada Public Li
sorry to hear of his abandonment
Clackamas and other points.
brary will* have to be created and
the rural life, on his Garfield
everyone should use their irt- The Estacada M. FI Ladies Aid ranch.
fluence to bring it about.
as the supply is limited to two
DO YOU WANT A POLITI hundred, reserve orders should THEODOSIA’S MINCE MEAT
B y M is s M c Q u a id
CAL JOB? The county seat pa be placed now. You not only
2 ' j lbs meat (boiled), 1 lb suet
pers seem to be scouting around, want one for your own home,
lining up possible candidates for but for appropriate Christmas chopped fine, 5 lbs apples, 1 qt.
boiled cider, 1 pt. Molasses or 2
the legislature, and other offices gifts.
cups B. Sugar, 2 Tables, Cinna
from among their midst, and it
A few years ago, the voting of mon, 1 nutmeg, 1 Tables. Mace.
seems no more than fair that
tax for road building in
Do not run meat thru the meat
Eastern Clackamas follow their
example, for we ought to have the various road districts tribu chopper, but pick it apart. This
at least one representative in the tary to Estacada, was an event leaves the meat in shreds. Cook
legislature and one in the county and when voted seldom exceeded apples as for apple sauce, add
a few mills.
suet to hot sauce.
Residents of Eastern Clacka It is gratifying today to note
Mrs. C. Wiederhold of Bissell
mas should begin now to consid that nearly every district in
spending a week in Portland,
er this important matter. Dont
wait until primary time, hut se from 3 to 10 mills each year for visiting at the home of her daugh
lect good men now and urge the betterment of highways.
t h e m to become candidates.
There are a number of Eastern ress wishes to pay a tribute to
Clackamas residents who would the Portland Railway Light &
make first class, progressive and Power Company, whose interests
honest legislators or commission are so directly linked with East
ers, and a legislator and commis ern Clackamas.
In many of the road districts
sioner can be elected from our
numbers, if we get together and in this section, the P. R. L. & P.
Co. are heavy tax payers, in
go about it right.
The Progress will gladly re many instances paying from 50%
print signed letters with sugges to 80% of the entire tax. To the
tions as to good men, who should best knowledge of the editor,
be prevailed upon to represent this company has never had a
representative at a district road
meeting, not that they would he
Councilmen Wagner and I/ive- entitled to a vote, but having a
lace of the Estacada City Coun representative attempt to hold
cil are assuming the roles of down or stop the special tax. In
“ Watch dogs of the Treasury’ I fact they have witnout represen-
and doing a good work too. tation or protest, willingly paid
These men are trying to econo- the excess tax as voted by the
N ode b y H£yWOOD ERO nW RS*'1''
mize the city's money in all di- residents of the district,
WAKEFIELD COM PAN F
PORTLAND - SEATTLE
rections, paying especial atten-
It would be but natural, dur-
tion to the little leakages and ing the past and present depress
For Sale By
making sure that the municipal- ed condition of business, for this
ity receives full value for its company to have made some ef-
money. whether for labor or fort to have the rate of special
tax reduced, as a one mill redue-
( I ncorporated )
cA Eank Account
is a very convenient thing to have for
those who have been provident enough
to have one. Christmas cheer is never
lacking in the home whose members have
enough of thrift to lay by some of their
income or earnings for the days that draw
heavily on their resources. Open your
bank account with us now.
Estacada State Bank
UKOY D. WAlkIK. P resid en t
THOMAS YOl’lIM. Vice P resid en t
IRWIN D. WRIGHT, ( « s h ie r
Interest paid on time deposits.
C. E. Lucke
§f Hogs, Cattle, Sheep
All sh ip m e n ts m a d e fro m
Estacada Stock Yards
Phone W. Givens, Estacada agent,
and advise him of what you have
for sale, and I will call and
arrange for purchase
and s h i p m e n t .
Having taken the agency for the
W irt N u rse ry S tock
in this section, I will be pleased
to call on anyone wishing
G ood N u rse ry S tock
Write, Phone or Call on
Sam J. Howe - Estacada