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KSTA CA D A . OREGON. T H U R SD A Y ,
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ESTACADA STATE BANK
W . D. J E L L IS O N , Pres.
T H O M A S Y O C U M , V. Pres.
L . E. B E L F IL S , Cashier
W . D. J E L L IS O N ,
T H O M A S YOCUM ,
J O H N Z O B R 1S T,
J. A . S O M E R ,
L . E. B E L F IL S .
W e issue drafts or Travelers’ Checks payable in any
part of the world.
W e are agent for some of the strongest fire insurance
companies in the world.
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You need the former;
W e need the latter.
W e can both get what we need, if you will come in and
Big Line of Watches
When you find how reasonable they are in price,
you can’t afford to risk your eyesight by squinting at the
sun or by asking Central what time it is.
If you want a time piece on which you can rely
to the minute,
B U Y OF
W e meet all compritors, no matter where located, and
as for catalogue houses, they’re Easy. Reduced rates on
all jewelry and clocks. Watch and Clock repairing prompt
ly attended to.
Estacada Jewelry Company
1 E L M FOR DIVISION
W e are making a special price on these sterling
Here’s one for $13.50
others that cost more,
Records from 65c up— music on
ESTACADA FERMIERE CO.
W . D. and L. M. Henthom, Proprietors
Odd Fellows Building
Oniy Paper in
M AY 24, 1912
$t A Y E A R
. BEERS DIES IN RIVER
Ernest Griffin, 11 hired mail who
More than s i x t y
worked on the I,aBarre ranch in B ody o f form er Estacada res
rippldud Cascade Co.
ident found near park.
Garfield is badly wanted on a
charge of stealing a horse and bug
gy a warrant having been sworn
out liefore Just-ce Givens. Tom
Carter, manager of the ranch, W u in fin a n c ia l d is t r e s s .—-M an m issin g
S in g in g o f C a s c a d e m a le q u a r t e t m a k e s
a b o u t fo u r w e e k s b e fo r e re m a in s
Marshal Ames and other officers
h it.-—V o t e r s sig n p e titio n fo r v o te .
a r e d is c o v e r e d .
V io la m e e tin g n e x t.
lost track of him after he left
Buttoned tight in a rain coat and j
Before an audience which taxed Oregon City. He took ihe outfit
fully dressed, except a hat, the hotly o f ,
the capacity of the Elwood school and some of Carters clothes Satur Charles Beers, once a saloonkeeper of |
house, Tuesday evening. Cascade day night. spent a portion of Sun Estacada but for some time in the liquor '
county speakers, J. S. McCurdy, day here and decamped. It is be business at Portland, was found floating i
I , E. Belfils and R .
M. Staudish lieved he is heading for Southern in the River Mill dam, about 200 yards |
, i below the Parh pavilion, Saturday af-
made division arguments which Oregon. He once worked in a local .
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ternoon. A corners jury, surnmond by
were enthusiastically received. 1 he | livery barn.
¡Justice Givens, of which J. W. Reed I
Cascade male quartet, Mtssrs Phil
was foreman, heard evidence and gave
i a verdict of drowning. Later develop-1 Mdse.
Deming, Strolz and Charged with assault and
j merits indicate suicide, as the deceased |
Staudish, in campaign songs made
b a tte ry , th ree c a u g h t, was in financial difficulty and despon-
a distinct hit. The crowd couldn't
j dent when he left Portland a month
get enough of the clever parodies
As a result of a warrant charging a&°-
The quartet was a them with assault and battery.
Two boys, Ralph Miller and Sam Barr
... , Davis,
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who , were
in . the pond
feature of the meetings held at Gar Floyd
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body. Their cries brought C. E.
field and Elwood and will appear and 1 Earl Wagner, young h man the
McPeak an(i A j 1)evan foreat ran.
Friday night at the Viola meeting averaging abont t 3 years, were gers, who towed the body ashore and
and at other meetiugs which are arrested and on motion Justice notified Coroner Wilson of Oregon City.
111 being arranged as rapidly as Givens continued the eases to Satur-
'atter commissioned Justice Givens
dav so that District.
Attorney ! * G. W. Devore.
The erWenc« was ti,ken b>'
The audience was composed of
Stipp may be p'.esent to prosecute.
Qn the body were found a gold watch
voters, their wives and children
The complaining witness is Henry which had stopped at 8 . 26 , a check for
and all joined in making the meet Epperson, a prominent rancher of $25 on the First National of Bend, an
ing a great succes. There were Garfield, who alleges that Krigbatim Eagles'card showing membership at
Bellingham, Wash, some loose change
doubters in the audience and the and
Davis assaulted Geòrgie
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and a hunch of keys. It was learned
invitation of the speakers to ask
Hampton aged 11 and Earl Wagner that hia cane an,i a loaHeH pistol were
questions was accepted and the
assaulted Olen M. Hampton, aged found on the bank near the point where
discussion continued after the regu 15 step son of the complainant. the body floated, about two weeks ago.
lar speaking was finished. As a The offense is alleged to have been There was no evidence of foul play.
Beers left his saloon, according to his
I result practicaly every person by
committed Friday evening May 10
partner Charles Mays, April 17 . He
| rising, endorsed county division and
while the pi-1 ties were returning camv to Estacada and was here a few
j all the voters signed the petition frem church at the
Tracty school days, apparently in good spirits. About
I asking for a vote next November,
[ April 21 , he railed at Yenke’s saloon
W h y Division W ill P a y .
about 8 in the morning saying he was
C. E. Surfus was chairman o f , .
going to Portland at 9 . It is probable
the meeting and introduced the Bit, Crowd EnjpyS ricniC
he went direct to the park and either
jumped or fell into the river.
speakers. J . Meilike nomiuated
of Ea^le Creek Grange.
The remains were interred by direct-
ion of Mays, Sunday forenoon at the
After a song by the quartet, L.
A large audience* thoroughly tn- iocal cemetery. Beers was unmarried
E. Belfils spoke showing the saving joyed the annual May picnic of the an(] at one time the owner of consider-
in mileage and expenses if county Eagle Creek grange given at the able property here end in Washington.
division is adopted. He compared grove near the station last Satur- - - ---- —........
conditions in Clackamas county to dav
Attorney G. C. Brownell
notice oe contest
those in Wasco and Hood River was the speaker of the day lltld D eiartm .nl :f the Inti: r. United States Land
counties, where division took place talked against Single tax and a T o Ccrnellu, i f y n e n d Sullivan of Pont and. Oregon,
four years ago ar.d showed that number of the fads of the present C om .stee
You are hereby notified that S. G. Spitler. who
taxes have been less than here. day.
His rt marks were frequently t ,VM 1 W 9 S ,c -k ,c n s . P cn i.t , o m -cn . « h i,
Hood River’ s levy is ro. 7 as applauded.
postcffice address, did on April 23. 1912. file in this
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office liis duly corroborated a; plication to comest and
against about 17 mills in Clackamas
llie program, which was ex- 5ecur, canc.„allon d >
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last year and the count is on a cash c e l l e i l t , included a song by llie ial No. 02593 made May ICth, 1910. fer the south
east % of the northwest lA of section 28. township 3
R A D IS H E S ,
basis. The speakers said no court grange; vocal solo by Miss Jennie soulh. ranc, s CUI.
house was necesarry for several Shankland: recitation by Mrs. Bot- , grounds for ills contest he alleges that yen have not
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lived on said claim ot made any improvements on the
years and the salary list of officials , kin;
solo, Phil Standisn; recitation, ; >ime anJ thMyou Uve nm ;iveJonthe
would be about $6.000 as against Miss Varietta; duet Misses White making your filings about two years since.
You are. therefore, further notified that the said al- i
$20.000 now paid in Clackamas.
M ille r
of lortland; r e a d i n g , legations will betaken by this office as having peen j
T> ; confessed by you and your sa;d entry will be canceil-
J. S. McCurdy in an impressive M r S . L T i • n n i e ( /-x-t
jlb s o n ; r e c it a t io n ,
ed thereunder without ycur further right to l e heard;
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i therein, either before this office or on a n s a ', if you!
talk, which was frequently applaud A . . Duncan ; song on
county division fail to file In this offic-w ith in twenty days after the j
F O U R T H mblication of this notice, as shewn below.
ed emphasized home rule in Cascade. , *\v QlfBClu
male quartet; remaiks
i sponding to these alienations of contest, or if ycu tail
The county would be controlled by t b y t Iy. r t l ' . Ti Bel i s t i i l s Ot
H s t a c a d a ; and within that time to file in this office due proof t!iat
ycu have served a copy of your answer on the said I
the farmers and taxpayers, w hereas music by
the Gurnnsville band.
this service is made by the deiivety of a copy of your
now, the floating vote in Oregon
A tllie lunch was served by the answer to the contestant in ; erson. r roof of such ser-
vice must be either the said contestant's written ac-
City is sufficient to offstt the vote . ladies
Oi the grange and the attair knowledgment Of his receipt of the copy, showing the
of its receipt, or the affidavit of the person by
Moreover, division, w>as concluded with a ball at date
whom the delivery was made stating when and where
the copy was delivered; if made by registered mail,
meant new life for the people of Elliott’ s hall in the evening, atten proof of such service must consist of the aflidavit of
the person by whom the copy was mailed stating
East Clackamas; it meant belter ded by seventy couples.
when and the post office to which it was mailed, and
this affidavit must be accompanied by ti e postmas
property values, a centralized
te r s receipt for the letter.
You should state in your answer the name of the
government, less distance and less
postoffice to which you desire future notices to be sent
expense .to the county seat, less Prof. James Resigns
H. F. Higby. Register
C .A rd ie y . Receiver
j taxes and better roads.
as High School Head. Date cf first publication. May 9. 1912.
Concert at home
Music of Artists brought to the
la k e s Horse and Bttqqv
and Skips the Country
LIKELY HE COMMITTED SUICIDE
LADIES SERVE A PINE LUNCH
We Sell Cheaper, That’s Why
Estacada Mere. Co.
Our prices are Lower-There’s a Reason
DR. O JREM
Fresh Every Day
The home of Quality
Fill the Prescription
Demonstration May 28-1912
L a d ie s S e r v e R e fr e s h m e n t s .
Date of second publication May 16 1912
Date of third p v iication May 23. 19 12.
Prof. H. M. James, four years, Date of fourth publication May 30, 1912.
R. M Standisli, by invitation
j drew a map on the blackboard and principal of the Estacada schools,
demonstrated the utility of the pro lias filed his resignation with the
posed line of division. Answering board of education and will see-k a
a question as to road building, he position elsewhere, He has two
showed that this section of the good offers, he states, liolh of which
county would receive more money lie lias under consideration. His
W . A. JO NES
successor lias not been selected.
than it does now.
P R O P R IET O R
When Prof James came to Hsta Good ritfs and careful drivers always
After an extended discusion a
lising vote on division was takeu cada four rears ago, the school has
and then Miss Anna Allen, the progressed and is now accredited Given Hunting and Fishing Parties
the school teacher, in a pleasing I and in generally regarded as one of '
little speech, said that the women j the best in ’.lie county. Much of j
WOOD & LIMBER
I of Hhvood had prepared a lunch for the credit is due to Prof Janies
, Local and Long Distance Telephone
ilie visitors. Then she and Nonna _________________________________
Yallen, Mattie Maplelherpe, Effie
|Cox, Ella Bittner, Montie Cox and
Mrs Della Yalien served sandwiches
and coffe and cake. Mr. McCurdy
; tendered the heartfelt thanks of the
C. E. DIBOIS, McWdtjer.
visitors and complimented the ladies
I on their cooking.
After several songs by the quart
et, the meeting adjourned. The
tiip to «Elwood and return was
featured bv a wheel coming off a
rig. owing to a missing burr. Mace
Warnock came to the re?cue rvi'h
his hack and piloted tile speakers
to the meeting
4 saie McCurdy Lbr.
The Yellow Front Emporium
How would you like to have the chairs, tables, stands, bedsteads,
and all >otir furniture varnished so that they will not show bruises,
white water-stains, heat stains, alcohol or medicine stains?
You can have this if von will finish them with Chi-Nantel pure
i unadulterated varnish, which is made in all colors.
To prove it we will give you outright during the demonstration at
A 20c Can o f Chi-Nam el Varnish fo r N othing
Dubois Lumber Co.
For Sale—Indian Runner duck
‘’Kim 5 ° cents a setting.
R. S. Ludlow. Estacaija. tf 3 2
& Hardware Co.
We deal in all kinds of building
material including Lumber, Lath,
Sash, Doors, Sand, Gravel, Lime,
Plaster, Brick. Cement, Etc. All
orders promptly filled.
Head Office Broadway, Phone Main 103
This can will contain enough to coat, stain and glos^ 25 square feel
j of surface, and you tan lie your own judge.
The only condition is that you purchase a new 10c varnish brush
with which to apply the sample. The large can of varnish will lie given
you ABSOLUTELY ERFE.
The deniostlator will also have a full line of samples showing the
beautiful color effects and finishes for woodwork, flloors, furniture, etc.,
which may be produced with Cbi Namtl products.
She will explain how to make soft wood floors and dirt-stained
floors look and wear like new hardwood, any color desired, at a cost of
! not over 2C pet square foot.
You will be at lilicrtv to ask as many questions as you like concern
ing atn thing pertaining to the finishing ot re finishing of svoodwoik.
1 without putting 1 outsell under any obligation to buy.
This demonstration affords a rare opportunitv 110 building owner ot
| housekeeper can afford to miss.
Remember the date and vruie early. — May 28, 1912