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E STACAD A. OREGON, TH U R S D A Y,
V O L. 4
ESTACADA STATE BANK
CAPITAL • $25,000
WEST SIDERS HOBNOB
Oregon City CommercialClub
Talks County Split
NOT READY FOR A DECISION
Talk O ver Project Amicably
on Content in Near Future.
W. D. JELLISON, Pres.
THOMAS YOCUM, V. Pres.
L. E. BELFILS, Cashier
W. D. JELLISON,
J. A. SOMER,
L. E. BELFILS.
If everybody in this community would bank their mon
ey right here at home, instead of hoarding, or sending it
away, it would help everybody in this community.
merely SELF PROTECTION and SELF DEVELOPMENT for
us to keep our money right here and help ourselves.
W e will gladly give counsel to anyone wanting our ad
vice— especially if we can steer you away from investments
which might cause you loss.
Make our Bank Your
BEWARE of FAKIRS!
Peddlers, who go about the country hawking eye
glasses, are doing incalculable damage to the Am eri
Dont take the chance of ruining your
sight by dealing with them.
whole success or usefulness of a pair of
glasses depends upon their proper position in front
of the eye.
I f they are bent or misplaced they are
W O R S E than useless.
would be glad to have any and all wearers of
glasses call at my office at least once a month that 1
For this I charge nothing,
whether I fitted the eyes previously ot not.
Dr. E rv in L. Sells. Optical Spec
ialist. with the Estacada Jew elry
Company every Wednesday from
8:30 a. m. to 4:30 p. m.
A dispatch last evening, states the
commercial clubs will announce their
decision on county division, M ay 7, at
Banqnet at Estacada.
A t 6:30 the visitors met about the
banquet board at the H otel Estacada,
where an excellent course dinner was
served by Manager Laurry.
were laid fo r thirty.
The visitors and local committeemen
were alternated about the tables and
during the meal, division was thorough
The air was, therefore, well cleared
by the time Chairman C . W . Devore o f
the local com mittee
speakers. W illiam Sheehan, manager
o f a paper mill, was the first. He com
plimented the town and said with its
power plants, it would not lack for sup
port when it split from the western
part o f the county.
M ajor Noble said he appreciated a
situation which saw the lion and the
lamb lying down together. He thought
Estacada showed the righ t spirit and
while now was not the righ t tim e for
him to say what his section o f the
county would do, y e t he fe lt that his
neighbors should put themselves in the
place o f East Clackamas residents and
applying the Golden Rule, lay aside sel
fish interests and do the righ t thing.
E very star added to our flag added
strength to our eountry; every county
to our state, adds to its wealth
and prosperity,” he concluded.
For Division - But.
Estacada Jewelry Company
Our Big Stock of New Wall Paper
IS H E R E !
Fresh and Classy
LOW as the LOWEST
Let us quote you prices which, we are certain, are as
fi A YEAR
' REALTY IS LIVENING UP
county. Final score was 8 to
against our local heroes.
Eagle Creek Smith jumped into
the breach the last two innings,
Activity in Property Shows
fanned three men and allowed narey
Estacada Country Popular. [
a hit, but his pals "k ep ' kickin' the
ball aroun' ” and Kennedy oozed
Estacada presented a patched
lineup, Ennis Townsend
being Buyer» are From East a» W ell a» Oregon
hauled in to play third and Jessica
— City Property Find» a
Stubbs being stuck at second, later
to give way to Simmons, who was
out In the left pasture in place of
Although there has been no boom in
Ennis. Roy Douglass didn’t ap realty in the Estacada country this
pear, being engaged in helping spring, the steady and increasing de
mand fo r fruit and ranch lands, shows
conclusively that the wise buyer knows
But the solemn fact is the visitors a good thing when he sees it.
had it on us, all ways from the jack.
Ia>cal real estate firms like Standish
They fielded and hit better and put & Furbeck, Cary Bros, and E. S. Woos
ter report favorably and within the
up the best team work seen here.
Our lonesome score came iu the past tw o weeks dozens o f prospective
buyers have been looking over the
ninth when Doctor Douglass made country. One o f the latest transfers
first on a fielders choice, stole sec was 61 acres o f the John Stormer farm
ond and third and fell on the platter to Messrs. Thomas and Butler o f P ort
like a hodfnl o f mud when L eviti land. The sale was made by Standiih
This tract is valuable,
cus Bronson chalked up his second & Furbeck.
being well Improved.
bingle of the day, a gtounder
Some of the Transfer».
througn the educated legs of Cohen,
Am ong the recent sales in the Esta
the pawnshop broker playing third
cada country, within the past sixty to
for the Greys.
ninety days are:
The attendance was punk. I f it
A creage piece to J. H. Conway o f
doesn't improve, the club must Wisconsin.
F o rty acres, prune land, to M cKen-
quit. T lie score:
ney Bros o f Eugene.
W hether the Oregon C ity people and
commercial bodies o f the western part
o f the county w ill agree to a division o f
the county, w ill likely be known within
the next week, as a result o f a meeting
held here last week, when a committee
o f 11 conferred with East Clackamas
Those who came, while not commit
ting themselves openly, admitted that
East Clackamas had excellent grounds
for cutting away from the western part
and all agreed, i f they w ere residents
o f this section they would hold the same
attitude as exista hero.
The Oregon C ity com mittee included:
B. T. Bain. W illiam Sheehan, L. Adams,
M ajor Noble, L. Stipp, George Ran
dolph, P ro f. Gary, O. D. Eby, M. J.
Lazelle, C. J. Huntley and W . E. Mul-
vey. They arrived on the 2:50 a fte r
noon car and were escorted by the local
K . H . H.
com mittee to Boner’s theatre, where Estacada - - o o o o o o o o l
they w ere addressed by L. E. Belfils, C. Grey» - - 0 0 0 3 0 1 3 0 1 8
who made an extensive argument on
Batteries — Bronson, Smith and
reasons fo r division, Robt. Duncan, Bronson; Townsend and Chapin.
Adolph M iller o f George and John Ely
T ow n Beat» Garfield.
o f Currinsville, a fte r which the visitors
were escorted over the R iver Mill plant.
A pickup team about town, de
Clyde Huntly, raised a laugh when
he said: ‘ T i l say tbis much i f I was
a resident o f this part o f the county.
I ’d be a fanatic for division; I'd be for
it hard. But----- ” here he paused and
grinned, “ I live at Oregon City. Still,
I believe you fellow s are all rig h t.”
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President McBain o f the Commercial
club spoke appreciatively o f the spirit
o f the people here and o f the treatm ent
'I a accorded his committee. He said the
attitude o f west Clackamas could not
be asserted now, because a vote must
first be secured from other commercial
bodies, as w ell as Oregon City.
O. D. Fby o f the L iv e W ires said, no
matter what the result, he wanted to
sec each section help the other.
A P R II. 24, 1912
FRUIT LANDS IN RIG DEMAND
W ith Ea-
tacadan« at Banquet— W ill Vote
Only Paper in
We Sell Cheaper, That’s Why
Estacada Merc. Co.
Our prices are Lower-~There’s a Reason
Fifteen acres fruit land to Estacada
About 80 acres to Law rence Bros, o f
T w en ty acres to Dr. S. W. Stryker
o f Portland
T hirty acres to W . E. Orrison o f
T h irty acres, young orchard— buyer
feated a like team from Garfield 8 to unknown.
4 in a 5 inning battle in the morn
Tw enty-five acres to Dr. Crocker o f
ing. Batteries: Osborn and Stubbs; N ew York.
Forty acres to N. Gray o f Oregon
Stokes and Krigbaum.
Springwnter W in » Game.
Springwater won its opening
game against Keystone
Mills, Sunday, 5 to 3. Springwater
made its scores in the fourth inning
hy heavy stickwork.
The K e y
stones registered in the second and
seventh. It was a line game. L o
gan next Sunday. Batteries: Parks,
Dobble and Boylan; Sinner and
Attends School Thursday«,
Passes Away on Saturday
Returning from school, Thursday,
Emma Edwards, aged 13, complain
ed of illness and taking to her bed,
expired suddeuly Saturday.
attending physician pronounced the
case dropsy, a disease from which
the young girl had suffered for some
time. She was ill of typhoid about
seven years ago and bad not been
in good health since, although she
attended school a part of the time.
Deceased was born at Marysville,
Mo., April 1, 1899 and came with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin
Edwards, to Oregon several years
ago. They have lived at Estacada
for some time.
Etnma was well
liked bv her schoolfellows and her
funeral, held at Henthorn's chapel,
Sunday afternoon was attended bv
a large uumber.
flowers. The service was conducted
by Rev. W. Givens and the music
was by the Christian church choir.
There survive her the parents and
three brothers and a sister. Inter
ment was at Lone Oak cemetery.
Tw enty-five acres to J. S. Gray o f
112 acres to a Mr. Marshall o f Port-
About 300 acres to LeB arrc o f Port-
14 acres to R. C. Deming, Chicago.
61 acres fruit land to Messrs. Thomas
& Butler o f Portland.
20 acres to F. Bartholem ew o f Hepp-
A creage piece to C. Looney o f V ir
5 acres to N . Tracy o f Estacada.
There have been more than 60 trans
fers o f town properties since Jan. 1. A
goodly portion o f these was in Terrace
addition, owned by the Estacada Realty
March Finds Gold Nu&get
In Craw of a Rooster
‘ 'B ill” March, prowling around
in the craw of a slain rooster which
was among a number of other chan
ticleers which Fred Jorg purchased
from a farmer iu Eagle Creek can
yon, struck gold. His find was a
nugget about as large as a small
hunk of chewing gum and is the
pure stuff. It is worth about fifty
cents, at a guess.
T bis is the second nugget, “ Bill”
has turned up while decapitating
chickens aud he is beginning to be
lieve there must be valuable placer
washings in the canyon. The name
of the farmer is with held, while
Mr. March is investigating.
C R I S E BROS.
We take great
pleasure in announcing our
New Line of
INDIA and CEYLON TEAS
T h e quality of which is unsurpassed
Call and let us show you this splendid
assortment of Teas.
The Home of Quality
Block 9, lots 13 and 14 and house.
Garden up, one lot in potatoes.
Released From Suffering.
Some furniture. Price$i,2oo. $700
Division a Good Thing.
Samuel, aged 22 months, the only cash, bal. 5 years at 6 percent.
Henry Epperson told o f the progress child of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Heiple 24-tf
E. M. Valentiue. Estacada.
this section had made in the more than
of Currinsville, died, Saturday Notice of Dissolution of Copartnership.
30 years he had lived here.
there were kickers on gettin g the rail morning, at the family residence in
Notice is hereby given that the firm
road in 1900 but property values had Currinsville, of sarcoma.
The lit heretofore known as Duncan 8c Cruse
increased, so that he had sold $7,500 o f
land and still paid the same taxes on tle fellow was operated upon last Brothers, doing business in the City of
what he had le ft as he did in 1900.
December, but the disease had Estacada, Ore., has this day been dis
A. N . M iller o f George reported sen
solved by mutual consent. R. A. Dun
tim ent fo r division and E. W . B artlett taken so firm a hold on him, that
can retiring from the said firm. A ll lia
closed the speechmaking in a summing he could not recover.
A ll that lov bilities o l said 6rm w ill be paid by said
up which waa convincing.
ing care could do was done for him, Cruse Brothers and all debts and accounts
but he wasted away until death must be paid to E. F. Cruse and H. M.
D u ncaw a Causa BaoTHKas.
mercitully released him from suf Cruse.
R. A. DUNCAK,
fering. Through his long illness,
E. F. Causa,
Columbia» G rey» Hang it on Eatacada the boy, who was exceptionally
H. M. Causa.
8 to I — Patched Lineup Sent
bright, bore Iris affliction with for
Dated at Estacada, O f«., this jth day
A gain »! Portland Champ»
titude. His passing was pathetic of April 1912 .
Il-y t Fills a long felt want
Farm ers’ Power House on Wheels,
Up to the seventh round, Sunday, and the many friends of the parents
has line shaft with five interchangeable pullies.
Neil Bronson was as good as T. I are deeply sympathetic. The fun-
Townsend, the twirler for the Col Ural, which was conducted Sunday I
with Pumping Jack.
umbus Greys, the crack Portland ■ afternoon, was attended by a large |
T h e price will make your eyes bulge out when you learn it is
True, Neil was fonr runs uumber of people,
to the bad, but they wern’ t his many floral tributes. The servtc« s j
sold for so little money. T h e price beats all competition.
W. A. JONHS
fault. In the sixth, though, N eil’ s! were in charge o f A . Demny of the
P R O P R IE T O R
Y ou will take your hat o ff to t
Gilson when you see it.
Good ngs and careful drivers always
salary digit was uicked by a red- Currinsville SI, E. church assisted
hot liner and be couldn't grip the by Dr. IIoadle> of Portland.
HAVE YOU SEEN IT?
NARROWLY ESCUPE l SHUTOUT
The Gilson 60 Speed Gasolene Engine
W hile in our store, have a look at ottr Furniture and Oueeusware.
And don't forget the
Special Bargains on Our 5-10-15-
20 and 25 cent Counters
E S T A C A D A F U R N IT U R E CO.
W . D . and L. M. Henthom, Proprietors
Odd Fellows Building
Livery, Feed & Sale
ball the next round, so the Greys
jumped on him for three more runs,
two caused by Luckey's home swat
which lit somewhere in Multnomah
pall bearers were:
Philip Steiumati, George Kuching,
j George Walter, Barton Baueren-
se.nd and Roy Lmn.
Hunting and Fishing Parties
WOOD & LUMBER
Local and Long Distance Tetaybcu*
McCurdy Lbr. & Hardware Co.