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ESTA CA D A , OREGON, TH URSDAY, FEBRU A RY 15, 1912
most of the baskets, some from a
difficult angle. Graham was especi
ally good in passing the ball and
I Council and Mayor Lock Woodle and Wooster, who substi Estacada Among Seven Fa CASH
tuted for Fellows at left guard, con
Horns in Lively Tussle
vored Towns of Oregon
tributed their full share to the suc
cess of the evening.
In the second half, the visitors j
played a better game making 10
Until you try our COFFEE M. J. B., Crescent, Dependa
while Estacada rolled up 13. In j
M a y o r O ffers to L e t Two M e m b e rs R e sig n ,
P o s tm a s te r J o h n s o n R e c e iv e s L ite ra tu re
you will not know what
ble, and Liptons Coffee in
the game Estacada uad 86 chances
O th e rw ise M a y R e m ove — Mot
fo r D istrib u tio n Mow to O pen
good coffee can be bought
to score taking advantage of 27,
S h o t s F xc h a n ge d
A S a v in g s A ccou nt
at the price,
while Park Place hail 41 with a
In a session characterized by ver total of 17 counts, There was little
Estacada has been named by the
bal pyrotechnics, the city council at fouling,
Postmaster General of the U. S. as
its regular meeting, Tuesday even
The girls’ team of Park Place the location of a Postal Savings
ing, entertained the biggest crowd failed to appear and a pickup team Bank, which will open for business
of the year.
from Estacada and one from River here March 7. Postmaster Johnson
Declaring his authority had been Mill substituted. Dale oi tile town received notice this week, he having
encroached upon, Mayor Reed asked team showed to advantage in bas sent data to the department some
Alderman J o d c s to resign from the ket throwing. Estacada won 28 to two months ago. Six other towns
police and health committee and to 9. The lineups:
in Otegon are also named in the de
Position Park Place
Alderman Underwood from the Estacada
street committee. He added he was Evans ............... C ................ Rivers
The postmaster has a lot of circu
W e sell Gillette, Sextoble and K. K. Safety Razors at
prepared to remove them if they Graham..........L. F ................Lucas lars for distribution explaining the
did not resign and said he would Morton......... . R. F'........ Hendricks system in full. Patrons are invited
Wooster..........L G ............ Knight
rt arrange the committees.
Woodle...........R G ...............Rivers to call for them.
Underwood made no protest, but
Deposits may be made for post
Referee, Schultz; Umpire, Page.
Alderman Jones and the mayor en Estacada
Position River Mill savings certificates of $1, $2. $5,
gaged in a lively argument, broken Townsend........ C ..........
The Pound. Gun Powder,
$2°. $5° aud $100.
finally by a motion to adjourn to Schultz.......... R. F .............. Sharp count may be opened for less than
L e g and English
tonight. Tbe mayor fired a bomb Dale............... L. F ............. Cowling a dollar nor fractions of a dollar ac
when he announced that dating Morton.......... R. G ..................Cruse cepted for deposit.
Tom atoes doz. • SI 00
from Tuesday night he would no Page...............L. G ..........Sutterfield amounts less than a dollar may be
c L a « »
Umpire, R. Morton; Referee,
longer sign warrants to pay Marshal
***sw r» « 4 fy
saved for deposit by purchase of 10
Ames, alleging the marshal had not Graham.
Cream Oats, bag -
cent postal savings caids or adhe
performed work assigned to him.
This Amts denied and offered to Many Inquiries Made
sive to cent postal savings stamp«,
“ let the people settle it.”
which may be turned in when the
The first set to of the evening
amount has reached a dollar.
came over a bill filed by Willis
Good results aie evident at the
Interest of 2 per cent is allowed
Yonce, $26.50, for hauling brick office of Secretary Standish of the
on deposits payable annually.
and planking. Aldermap Jones of
Big difference in ranges. W e guarantee ours to be good
the finance committee fought it, Commercial club, due to the adver interest will be paid on money which
$10 DISCOUNT on a range that has been used less than
saving the price was t^o high and tising which lias been done in the remains on deposit for a fractional
stating that some of the bill should past few mouths. And the ques part of a year. So, in withdrawal, ten days.
be paid by property owners, in tion as to what becomes of the dues
Interwoven Toe and Heel Hose for men.
front of whose lots the brick was is answered by a look at the books. which may be made at any time,
interest only on that part of the de
The bill went over, a
Hose and avoid darning, 25c and 35c a pair.
Being secretary-treasurer of this posit left a year, is payable.
motion by Alderman Hawkins to
pay it, failing of a second. Bills of
for in addition to attending to the explanation of which is furnished
$129 were allowed.
After consulting with B. O. Bos correspondence, the official has to iu the circulars.
well, representative of the Electric look out for collections and it has
Benedicts Beat Bachelors
Light Company, the council passed
a motion for eight new street lights been suggested that the members
At Baseball, II to 9
five on the hill, one on north side can greatly aid the club if thev will
of Third street on the Boulevard, call at tbe office and pay the dues
one in front of the Sagner home and and incidentally look over tbe
While the effete easterners were
one on the northwest corner of Cur- records and see what is being ac wal'owing around in snowdrifts
rin and First streets.
’steen feet deep Sunday and wear
In stating he would no longer complished.
Most of the money raised, has ing fur coats to keep from freezing,
sign warrants for the pay of Mar
shal Ames, the mayor said repair been used for advertising. One ad Estacada fans were watching the
work had been neglected and rub was placed in the Annual Oregon Married Men ami Single Men in a
bish had not been burned nor street ian in January and the returns are game of baseball which the Bene
crossings kept clean, as required.
dicts won ii to 9.
The taxpayers, he said, were not still coming. Each inquiry is listed
The Bachelors had the best of it
getting what they paid for.
Mar and a complete record kept.
shal Ames denied most of the state inquirer is sent an Estacada book during the earlier innings but they
Because work is under way for the clearing of the Streets,
ment, hut said the old planks and let and a personal letter is written blew tip on the homestretch and the
Alievs and Lots in the new Terrace Addition. Clackamas
mattresses referred to were too wet
by the secretary when detailed in Responsible Heads of Families got
to burn. He asserted he bad done
Avenue is over half done, Terrace Street is being begun and
under tbe wire with another argu
everything he had been ordered to formation is required.
To date there are several hun ment for matrimony.
the big Alley is beginning to look like a county road.
do. The mayor said he had no gb-
The game was characterized by
jection to retaining Ames, but be dred inquiries on file, some asking
road Avenue is being contracted for clearing.
ought not to be paid more than $40 only for the booklet and others ask good hitting, a few fancy fielding
a month for police work.
ing about cost of electricity for stunts and some fair pitching. The
After W. Cary and R. M. Stand-
ish asked the council to extend the power etc, indicating that the
Benedicts: N. Bronson, p; Eck-
water mains to Terrace addition
down the alley between Clackamas some industry in the city. Especial les, c; Underwood, ib; Simmons,
Avenue and Terrace street, the attention is being paid to this class 2b; Nichols, ss; Eshleman, If; H.
The owners of the addition are having all the Streets cleared
question of a special election for of inquiry.
Jones, cf; P. Eshleman, rf.
and the owners of the lots are having their own properties put
this purpose was discussed and an
Bachelors: L. Bronson, p; Sut
agreement made to take up the mat
iu shape for building.
terfield, c; Townsend, ib; Hughes,
ter Thursday night at an adjourned No Tax Levy Made
2b; Morton, ss; Yont, 3b; Cary, If;
session. The council has authority
For City Expenses
to extend the mains without special
Barr, cf; Condon, rf; Umpire, G.
election with the understanding that
Citizens of Estacada will not be Townsend.
, I the addition will come into the city
required to pay a 5 mill tax for run
* and pay taxes.
Some to Estacada townspeople some to Estacada Farmers -
ning expenses of the municipality Terrace Addition Lots
and some to Portland people
this year, because no levy was
Are Going Rapidly
I Estacada Takes Scalp
made by the city officials.
a Because T E R R A C E ADDITION Lots repiesmt
With the announcement that
The levy should have been re
one of the best, cleanest investments ever offered in
O f Park Place Team ported to tbe county clerk not later Terrace addition had been placed
The Prices are Low enough and the Terms Easy
than Dec. 31, bnt this wasn’t done,
F,stncada High School addtd so taxes will be 5 mills less and the cada became a scene of activity
Enough to allow anyone ami everyone owning a lot
another scalp to it's belt Friday city must depend upon what it still which has shown no cessation since
Foundations are already
night when it beat Park Place 27 has in the treasury and what it may Residents of the city, farmers in
up for two houses oit
to 17 in a well contested basketball get from saloon license*.
this vicinity and Portland people
days several more
game. The visitors, apparently,
It eoststhetown $ 1,300 for light«, quick to see the chance for a home
were unused to as low ceiling as police and salary of the city re or investment bought lots and with
buyers will start building.
the payilion and in making long corder, annually. On hand in the in twenty-four hours two buildings
Within a few days, work be
! passes, they continually threw the general fund is about $1,700 and were started, with lumber ordered
gins on the new switch track
j ball into the electric bulbs or about $3.000 in the sewer and road for several more.
which will be nine hundred teet long, running between Fourth
I bounced it from the beams. They fund, together with about $400
20 % Stump Powder in ten box
improved, however, as the game taxes not turned in by the county.
and Terrace Sts. on the flat. Along this track will he twenty-
lots $5 50, in five box lots $5 75.
progressed and at the close were Saloon licences expire iu August
three good lots, each lot having a fifty foot track frontage for
Orders to be placed in advance.
doing better work.
The first half at.d October and if they renew there
shipping, warehouse and factory locations.
Thursday deliveries only.
ended 14 to 7 in favor of Estacada will lie $3,000 more available.
Curdy L’ b’ r. & H ’d'w. Co.
have already made reservations on this tra< k.
The attack of tbe locals was fast Heretofore the lew produced about
' and at tbe start they rolled up the $750 annually, but would have been
j cqunt rapidly. There was some double that amount this war. on
poufusion on both sides owing to account of increased assessed valtia
similarity of uniformsaud it affte'ed lion.
Tile announcement of the
1 the team work, but on the whole, oversight was a surprise to Ksta
W. A. JONES
| both teams put up a game that ■ enda.
P R O P R IE T O R
Let me show you around T E R R A C E ADDITION, for there
Good rigs and careful drivers always
interest the crowd and kept it on
are Lots from $35 up, and on easy terms
its toes to the windup.
B1 isting of stumps will take place G iven lim itin g and Fishing Turtle»
Evans the Estacada center out
| d uly in Terrace addition between
played his opponent Rivers, getting
12 noon and t o'clock. The public
WOOD & LUM BER
. the ball away to his team in good j is warned to exercise care while in
Local and L o n g Distance Telephone
Morton for Estacada threw tbe vicinity.
I S T IR A LD E R M E N
ESTACADA STATE BANK
e f i V. ;
I ftsfop ;
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$t A YEAR
A PO ST A L B A N K «—
i CHANGE IN TWO COMMITTEES
WILL BE OPEN ON
We Sell Cheaper, l hat’s W hy
Fully W a rra n te d , $! to $ 3
See Our Cashier
about ourcertificate of deposite. If you
tiave money awaiting investment ex
change it for one of these certificates
which bear interist according to tbe
time the money is left with bank, The
certificates are as good as cash, in fact
they are a great deal better than idle
E Y E
The eye is a wonderful piece of divine mechanism and
deserves the best care within the reach of human knowledge.
The delicate construction of this organ makes it neces
sary to use great care in selecting eye glasses and spectacles.
It is not generally understood by those depending on
artificial assistance for good vision, that it requires as much
scientific knowledge to adjust lenses to the eye as it does to
prescribe medicines for the human system.
Much of the present day eye trouble is due to wearing
cheap, decentered lenses fitted ( ? ) by incompetents, or
bought across the counter or from peddlers.
W e cease to wonder at the magnitude of present d^iy
eye trouble, when wc think of the thousands who are wear
ing such glasses—lenses which change and distort the rays
of light, producing innumerable eye ailments and defects.
No person should wear a glass unless prescribed by a re
liable specialist— one thoroughly acquainted with anatomy,
physiology and diseases of the eve, laws of light and op
See D r. E r v in L. Sells, w ith the
E s tac ad a J e w e lr y C o m p a n y e v e ry
W ed n esd ay fro m 8:30 a. m. to 4:30
p. m .
E s t a c a d a J e w e lry C o m p a n y
We Have Moved
It has taken a lot of hard work and some figuring, but we
are settled at last in our commodious new quarters
Odd Fellows Building
Our Big Stock of Furniture
Where we are able to show you, to better advantage
Special Bargains on Our 5-10-15-
20 and 25 cent Counters
Spring House Cleaning is near and we are preparing to show you
A G R E A T LIN E OF W A L L PAPER
ESTACAD\ RJRNITDWE CO.
W. D. and L. M. Henthom, Proprietors
C h o ice
2 5 C ts.
Bulk leas at 40c
$30 to $70
New Ginghams at 10c, 12 l-2c and 15c
H E R E ?
W H Y ?
W ho’s Doing It?
48 Lots Were Sold This Past Week
Sale |f You Are Looking For a Home Location
or a Good Clean Investment