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About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 17, 1916)
transacted away from the regu
While it is not likely the result
lar sessions, in committee and
of last Saturday’s political meet-
Published every Thursday at | ing in Estacada will be binding
If the selections of Saturday’s
| upon all of the voters of this part
do not exactly agree
R. M. Standish
Edit°r and M a n a g e r ^ the county> jn gtandinfi t0geth-
with the choice of all voters, it is
I er at the coming primary and
hoped that for the good o f East
Entered at the poatoflice in Estacada,
; general election, in supporting
Oregon, as second-class mail.
ern Clackamas County, all voters
! the candidates chosen at that
will stand together by these men,
S u bscr iption K a t e s
meeting; there is no doubt but
$1.00 that t h e selection of Messrs. for cooperation is the only way
in which this section will succeed
Reed and Stephens is a fair indi
in getting its due share of rep
cation of the wishes of the com
Thursday, Feb. 17, 1916
munity and the support given
these candidates at the general
No Spring poems have been election will probably at least be
If the past snow with its sleigh
received as yet, the editor is al in as good proportion, as the bal
ing did no other good, it at least
most tempted to woo the Muse, loting at Saturday’s meeting in
furnished food for some of Esta-
mew the Woos or what ever it is dicated.
cada’s livestock, which in several
called, how would this one sound?
Owing to the announced with instances succeeded in eating all
Spring has came Oh! gentle drawal of F. J. Harkenrider from of the straw and ' hay bedding
the race for the commissionership from the bottoms of the vehicles,
Mud’s on the road and everything. and the reported withdrawal of before the owners returned from
John Ely, added support should their marketing.
The snow has went to swell
be given to the meetings’ choice.
Exposing rotted planks and
As is true in the case of any
Hogs To Be Shipped Friday
man who has taken a prominent
part in a community’s develop
Spring has came- the sun is
Buyer Lucke is a welcome visi
ment, it is b u t natural that tor among the farmers at this
strong favoritism and strong en time, as he is this week paying
The weeds are sprouting the
mity should exist in the case of $7.50 per hundred weight for
town needs cleaning.
Skates are stored -so are sleds. Mr. Reed, but many voters have hogs, f. o. b. Estacada Stock
An’ the Progress’s hollering for risen above their personal feel Yards.
ings, in their decision to support
The next carload will be ship
him for h is known qua.ities, ped next Friday noon, February
Spring has came the birds
which qualify him for the res 18th. Parties having stock for
ponsibilities of the office.
sale, should notify W. Givens of
The farmer’s working far and
Every candidate whose name Estacada at once.
had been suggested for the com
Taxes are due, for the state
missionership was well qualified
in many ways to handle the job Pastor’s Ideas On
An’ Broadway’s waiting for its
and the probable reason for the
final selection o f J. W. Reed, was
the common recognition of his
(Verses 4 to 44 got stuck in
A week a g o Sunday, Rev.
being a good business man; a Spiess o f the M. E. Church,
heavy taxpayer, having b e e n preached on the subject of “ A
The attendance of women at closely identified with the devel Community Church” and the fol
meeting opment o f this country for years lowing are some of the vital
makes it necessary that the Prog past; a hard worker; a man little points, furnished the Progress by
ress retract any asperations it given to speech-making or talk him.
may have cast recently at the ing; a good fighter and a man
who will yield when the occasion j
fallicies o f Women’s Suffrage.
Mr. Reed’s present in common.
It is composed o f all
business as an automobile agent.,1 Christian people, who make n open
One of the surest signs of with his knowledge of the condi-! confeS!"on oi Christ, who are vitally
1 » » ¡t o d
P k n a t
k » .,
spring, is the noticeable patro tion of the
local roads, coupled l united to Christ, bound to observe the
the doctrines as
nage of the sidewalk benches, with a fair amount of road build-1
taught by Him and His apostles.
on the sunny side of the street.
ing experience, would make him | Therefore it is founded upon the
a valuable adjunct to the county Bible and more especially on the New
Testament and ‘ Whatsoever is not
Unless one of the county seat court.
therein nor proved thereby is not
papers stops copying the news
In the case o f Mr. Stephens, found
to be expected o f any man. ’
word for word from the Estacada while not as well known through
Such a church must recognise as
Progress, without showing the out the county, his record as an Christians all who have faith in Christ
usual courtesies, the Progress honest, h a r d working citizen, and follow his commandments, as found
will be forced to take up a col with especial willingness to as in the Bible.
It must accept members o f all evan
umn of its valuable space and re sume his full share of civic and
gelical churches, regardless o f any pe
print all o f the news from the community responsibilities, i n culiarities or diversities o f administer
county seat paper.
con nection with the George Com ing the Sacraments; and when leaving,
mercial & Social Club, the East give such members letters admitting
County Fair and oth them to any society o f Christian people.
Apropos of the excellent din
commends him to Such a church must not abrogate any
ner served last Saturday night at
right o f individual conscience but must
the Estacada M. E. Church, the the local voters and taxpayers. leave each free to serve God according
question arises, is a man entitled Modesty with Mr. Stephens is al to the dictates o f their conscience.
to any credit in heaven for hav most a fault, but the voters are The people, called Methodists, are al
ways ready for a more vital union with
ing contributed 25c to the cause beginning to realize that at least
b e accomplish-
p .* better advance the
of the church, when he received
tion are adhered to and in non-essen
a six bit meal in exchange?
member w h o refrains f r o m tials the liberty is given, upon which
speechmaking, as by one of a the Reformation was based. ‘ Let this
HAVE Y O U REGISTERED
more oratorical turn, for too large mind be in you, which was also in
Signed— Henry Spiess.
a part of the state’s legislation is Christ.’ ”
( I n c o r p o r a t e d )
j is what we will be paying
in a couple of weeks, w hen
we will be ready to open a
We are merely waiting for
the books, forms and other
matter necessary to install
this valuable adjunct to our
growing banking business
Estacada State Bank
1 1 HOY
IH O M AS
W At K I R .
W R IG H I,
P r . sirirnl
C ash ier
Interest paid on time deposits.
C. E. Lucke
sf Hogs, Cattle, Sheep
All shipments made from
Estacada Stock Yards
Phone W . Givens, Estacada agent,
and advise him of what you have
for sale, and I will call ana
and s h i p m e n t .
Trees, Shrubs, Vines
Order NOW Before its too Late
Write, Phone or Call on
Sam J . Howe • Estacada