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ESTA CA D A , OREGON, TH U R SD AY, NOVEMBER 24, 1910
Estacada State Bank
Geo. A. Steel, President.
L. E Belfils, Cashier
Geo. A. Steel, Thos. Yocum, John Zobrist, L. E. Belfils
LO CA L NEW S AND
PERSO NAL MENTION
$1 A Y E A R
New School Building
The Progress is oue dollar a year
Fat cattle wanted; the fatter the
better.— See Peulaud & Jorg.
W a n t e d —N ice fat beef cattle
at Townsend's. Top prices paid.
Good board with room at the
Park Hotel, $(> per week.
Mae Welter, a former Estacada
girl, is visiting with friends here.
Fine Program Is Rendered By
School Children; Dr. Todd
Makes Eloquent Ad
dress; Supt. Gary
We Welcome the Boys
and Girls to Our Store
There will be Hobby Horses and Dolls
Big Doll*, Little Dolls and Crying Dolls,
and all kinds of funny animals, Drums,
Toy Cash Registers, and a lot of other
things suitable for kids.
G. T. Hunt, of Garfield, was in Principal Says More Room
Oregon City this week on business.
Owing to the heavy increase of the business of this
bank and the extra amount of general work as a result of
new conditions, we feel that in order to give the very best
service to our patrons as well as the general public, and for
the further reason of following more closely the custom of j
many of the banks throughout the country, the hours of this
bank will be changed as follows, to take effect on Monday,
November 21st, 1910:
Open 8:45 A. M. until 4 P. M. on all days except
L. E. BELFILS, Cashier
Better Be Safe Than Sorry
Get an A b stract before you buy
Ii you are already a landholder,
be sure you really own the land de
scribed in your deed.
l a c k a m a s
it l e
o m p a n y
S. 3 . fJtlU f. President
ifroitit SB. SRi/eu. Secretary
A CARLOAD OE FURNITURE
coming this week. 50 different styles of iron beds to select
from. This shipment includes: all grades of mattresses,
springs and beds; Morris chairs, the finest of spring, leather-
seated rockers; and chairs of all kinds.
OUR CHRIS1 MAS GOODS are HERE
Let us show them to you. We carry a full line, among
which are a fine assortment of cut glass, hand painted china,
photograph albums, toilet sets, etc.
We are always glad to have you call,
whether you desire to buy or not.
Make our store your headquarters while in town.
ESTACADA FURNITURE CO.
The subject of Rev. Browne’s
discourse on Sunday evening will
be, “ The Thorn Crowned King.”
Prin. James Gives Figures To
Show Remarkable School
Growth; New Addition
Will Soon Be
G. W. Wonacott, father of E.
L. Wonacott of Garfield, was suc
The dedication of the new school
cessful at the .election, being re building in Estacada took place on
elected judge of Douglas Co.
last Friday evening. State Supt -
Alderman who was to speak,
They have it— good fresh vege
tables. Go and see them. Pen- was called unexpectedly to Salt
Lake and could not be present, and
land & Jorg.
sickness in his family prevented
Ira Henderson, of Mary Hill,
Pres. Homan from being present.
Wash., and a friend of Mr. Water-
He sent Vice Pres, Todd in his
bury, visited Estacada last week on stead.
The evenings program was
Mrs. J. W. Reed went to Port opened by Principal Howard Janies
land on Tuesday to attend the wed in a neat introductory, welcoming
ding of her cousin Miss Elsie Bar- the people to this dedicatory service
and commending the educational
Get a good meai at the Park Ho spirit manifest in this district,
which he said was the best he had
tel for 25 cents.
met with anywhere. He also said
E. H. Schultz, # of Beacon, Iowa,
there were enrolled at the present
is the new clerk in Howe’s grocery,
time 200 pupils; that there are
Geo. Schultz having resigned his
more boys in school now than
position and gone to Portland.
there were pupils two years ago;
Otis Lawliead, of Minnesota, a that grades 3 and 4 had 55 scholars
brother of Mrs. A. Drill of Farady, and 5 and 6 had 44 in actual at
came to visit her this week. He tendance in these rooms, showing
expects to locate somewhere in the that additional rooms and teachers
would soon be needed. There are
A special car was run from Port now six teachers employed.
After his remarks Rachael Reed
land to Estacada on Wednesday
night to accomodate persons from rendered a piano solo, followed by
there who desired to attend the a song from the children of the pri
Firemen's Masquerade ball. It mary room,
County Superintendent Gary was
was gotten up by Portland patrons,
then introduced and gave his usual
I am prepared to file and fix the
ly interesting talk on hisobservance on Saturday evening to tender to credits
teeth of your horse so that he can
When those entered in the three
of school conditions, not forgetful her a farewell party. Mabel was
enjoy life. Price $t, E. M. Miller.
of the interest manifested in this taken completely by surprise when box class were reported it was
There is considerable gossip district, which he has before com the young people crowded into the found that No. 2, V. Lingelbach,
about some important railroad plimented us for. He said further house.
had the highest number of points,
P R O P R IE T O R
Games were played until a late 247 J4, and won first prize $15.
changes that have occured. We that we were not the only ones.
Good rigs ami careful d rivers alw ays
are not sufficiently informed at this Stoue collects an 8 mill tax to hour when refreshments were No. 4, E. J. Stevens, 232^ points,
According to the way 2nd prize $10 and No. 6, N. M.
time to make a definite statement maintain a high school fund and served,
G iveu H u uliiii' and F ish in g Parties
but believe we will soon be able to Oak Grove levies 24 mills to Adams expressed it it was “ some Tracy, 220 points, 3rd prize $5.
give the facts about it
For the single box contest Stand
support her schools while we are class, believe mull." Milton Evans
WOOD & LUMBER
starred in ‘‘A Charge to Keep I ish brothers had 97 % points and
A. O. Andetson, of Chicago, a
Local and Long Distance Telephone
our high educational standaid on a Have' ’ and Jim Freeman proved won 1st prize $5 They also bed
friend of the Standish Bros, came
himself to be Abe Lincoln No. 2 87 y , points aud won 2nd prize $3.
4 mill tax.
to visit them on Sunday. He is
when it conies to telling stories.
ji Crain had 67 points and
looking for some land suitable to
An exercise given in “ Deacon’ ’ attempted to swallow ' won 3rd $t.
raise fruit and lie will certainly
iudian club swinging by Lena about ten pounds of flour but did
The exhibit consisted of 17 full Do you wish to exchange Esta
find it because we have it.
Harkenrider and a vocal solo by not succeed, although he did look boxes, two parts of boxes and a
somewhat pale before giving up the few plate exhibits. It was much cada or vicinity property for
Frank and E. Charnley, who are Mildred Ferrv followed.
two good plasterers from Portland,
Dr, Todd was then introduced attempt.
I smaller than it should have been, Portland property?
The young folks will miss Mabel but was sufficient to show what can
have just completed plastering for and made the address of the even
Mr. Lindsey and Wotner and went ing. His subject was, “ An Ed very much and are sorry to see her be done.
We had much better
If so see
home in time to eat their Thanks ucation. What for?” Big things leave.
apples than was the ability to dis
was practically the answer. The
play what we did have, or pack
speaker pointed out the growth to
them properly. A few fairly well
S i A M I S H BROS.
The Estacada Mercantile Co. put
big things educationally, intellect Prizes Are Awarded
packed boxes were exhibited, but
on two new sales people last week
CHsPIS t N IIIO W . of P orti« nd
ually, morally and physically.
R, L. Baird an experienced hard
For Best Apples
The high school yells, given by
taste in packing. Color, in the
ware man who came recently from
the high school and led by Miltor
apple displayed, was remarked up
Florida, is presiding over that de
Evans, lent spice to the evenings
on and those familiar with good
partment while Miss Evelyn Stjohn
After the speaker
apples in the Hood River and other
is assisting in the dry goods and
had concluded, A. VV. Cook of
regions say ours compare favorably
Save« an Iowa Man’« Life
Damascus came forward and offered
with any seen anywhere. Size,
There is little danger (rom a cold or the baskets that had been brought
color and free from blemish were
The very grave seemed to yaw n before
from an attack o f the grip excep t when
by the young ladies, to the highest
points well spoken of by those who Robert M adsen, of W est B u rlin gton ,
follow ed by pneum onia, and this never
bidder. Myrtle Woodle's basket
examined the exhibit.
Iow a, when, after seven w eeks in the
w hen C h am b erlain 's Cough
Rem edy is used. Th is rem edy has won brought the most money.
We predict that by another year hospital, four of the best p h y sicia n sga ve
him up. Then was shown the m arvelous
On Saturday the judges appoint
its great reputation and exten sive sale by dollars being bid for it.
greater interest will be manifested curative pow er of E le ctric Bitters. F or,
its rem arkable cures of colds and grip
A pleasant social time was en
in our exhibit and we are satisfied after e igh t m ouths of frigh tfu l suffering
and can he relied upon w ith im plicit con
joyed during the disposal of the tributed the best apples to Estaca- this one has surprised us by show from liv e r trouble and y ellow jaundice,
fidence. F or sate by all good dealers.
numerous baskets. The sum 0f | da’ s first apple show met at 4 P. ing what we really do produce. ge ttin g no h elp from other remedies or
The Estacada Mercantile Co. $86.90 was realized from them. It M. and made examination of those We have the soil and other con doctors, five bottles of this m atchless
m edicine com pletely cured h im .
E. L- Wonacott,
have two very tasty window dis was almost midnight before the on exhibition
ditions favorable for a fruit dis positively guaranteed for stom ach, liver
plays. They are filled with holi assembly dispersed.
trict. With experience in packing or kidn ey troubles anti never disappoints
wer« the judges. They did not
day goods and certainly attract at
and the care given our young or O n ly 50c at all druggists.
know to whom the apples belonged
tention. This enterprising firm is
in a few yeara we can sur
they were judging, as the boxes
trying to supply to the people what
prise ourselves by our apple show.
they want and they are using
A ^ lirfP X X were *tnown ky numbers. As a
guide to judge by, 100 points were
printers ink and display advertis-
Por pain« in tha *ide or chr«t dampen
Mr. John Iitv desires us to thank
divided 11s follows: 25 for packing,
1 ing to let the people know they
a piece of flaaael with Chamberlain's
About twenty-five of the young 25 free from blemish, 20 color, ij Liniment and bind it on ovar tha seat of those who so kindly helped with
want their trade and it has paid
them well for their effort. Go and friends of Mabel Henthorn gathered size, 15 uniformity of size. They pain There 1« nothing batter. Por tala their works and sympathy during
the illness and death of his mother,
at the home of her brother, Luther, examined the boxes and gave by all good dealers.
| patronize them,
of what shall I buy~ for Christmas. oAt our Store
Christmas Shopping Made Easy at Our Store
ESTACADA MERCANTILE co.
W. A. JONES
E S T A B L IS H E D f e l l
Head Office«: $09-511 Chamber of Commerce Building.
Miss M, McCoy, the milliner at
Dale’s store, returned to her home
at. Salem on Tuesday,
There is a remedy for this ever perplexing question. Originality
is our specialty—always something different from that of others,
and Quality all the way through. It may be a Combination set
of Silver Plated Ware, consisting of Knives, Forks, Tea, Table
and Desert Spoons, Butter Knife and Sugar Shell, all to match,
of the latest pattern and very best make, contained in a nice
hardwood box, complete set $20. Or a set of Carvers at $10.
Or a Muffler at 50 cents. A Daniel Green House Slipper at 50
cents, $1 or $2. A fancy Shawl at 50 ctt. or $1, or maybe $2.
TJien a Smoker Set at $1.50. A Jewel Case at $3.50. A
Hand Bag at 1 dollar, or a Hand Bag at A dollars. And it can
be some kind of a Hair Ornament at 25 or 50 cents. Or it may
be that more light is what you most desire, we have nice hang
ing lamps at 10 dollars each.
ing Sundays and holidays.
Our Abstracts oi Clackamas County
stand the test
Turkeys, ducks and geese were
First Display Of Eastern Clack
amas Apples Shows