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M AY 30. 1912
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at the big dance in the Pavilion
which will continue throughout the
afternoon aud evening.
Then there will be two baseball Ye-ygm en enter Snyder & 1
j County division argum ents
games, red hot ones, too. Spring-
heard at good m eeting
N orth ’s C a z a d e ro store.
water and Estacada will play at the
ball park iu the forenoon and iu the
afternoon Spriugwater will he pitted
There D rill hole find r,re scared a w a y R ifle
A ll v o ters sign petition and prom ise to against a Portlaud team.
vote fo r split M eetings in G arfie ld
p est o ffic e d r a w e r and m ake g e t
will he all kinds ot athletic events,
an d G e o rg e , n ext.
aw ay , p rob ab ly to P ortlan d .
including potato races, foot races,
sack races egg races etc.
Declaring themselves convinced
Safe crackers, at an early hour
W . D. J E L L I S O N , Pres. T H O M A S Y O C U M , V. Pres.
A parade is being arranged which Sunday morning, broke into Suvder
that county division is necessary
and for the good of the people of will include the ball clubs, baud, & North’s store at Cazadero tapped
L . E. B E L F IL S , Cashier
fire department, floats of the various
the post office till, wheeled the firm’ s
East Clackamas, voters of Viola, at
a meeting last Saturday night, ten business housesand aCalatbumpian heavy safe in which were £350 into
dered a vote of thanks to the speak band, the kind that the "k id s” the back yard, drilled a hole in it,
W . D. J E L L IS O N ,
T H O M A S YOCUM ,
hut were scared away before they
ers and singers who visited them enjoy seeing.
J O H N Z O B R IS T ,
J. A . S O M E R ,
Within a few’ days the affair will had time to touch off a charge of
and agreed to work for Cascade
county until the polls closed in No be well advertised by big posters jjJack powdtr
L. E. B E L F IL S .
vember. The question of forming and smaller handbills, as well as j So prccipitate was the haste Q,
a precinct club to further county newspaper advertising 1 eople will tjjC veggmen that they left their
division was discussed and the make no mistake by coming to tools lying about the safe, conten-
organization may be affected later. Estacada for their Fourth of July ting themselves with taking a
W e issue drafts or Travelers’ Checks payable in any
A drizzling rain kept down the celebration this year.
Savage automatic revolver, a 44
part of the world.
attendance, but a good audience Secret Wedding revealed
caliber Colt, two boxes of cartridges
of voters heard Henry Epperson.
a cheap watch and about £4 out of
L. E. Bel fils, J. S McCurdy, \V. When Gribbins comes back. the post office till, leaving the
F, Cary and R. M. Standish speak.
Unknown to his many friends, stamps intact.
W e are agent for some of the strongest fire insurance
J. A. Randolph was nominated for including members of the fire de
S a w out a panel.
companies in the world.
chairman of the meeting by C. C. partment, Walter Gribbins a well
Entrance was affected through
known bachelor, slipped away to the back door of the store, the safe
The Cascade quartet opened with Portlaud last week aud was quietly crackers boring a hole ¡11 the panel,
a song "W e want a County of our married to a widow who came nut sawing it out aud turning the lock.
Own,” and at intervals sang from his former home in Missouri. They then broke into the warehouse,
campaign songs during the session. Tuesday the couple and Mrs. Crib- secured a heavy truck and wheeled
As always the quartet pleased.
bins three children came home and the 900 pound safe out another back
The speakeis devoted much of then the story of the wedding leaked door into the yard, where they
tile time to taxation and showed out. Gribbius. however, declined drilled a hole in the top of it, charg
conclusively by comparison with to give details of the marriage hut ed it with black powder and fled.
other counties that Cascade county bought cigars, candy, fruit and pea
Mrs. Baker who resides near the
if organized, will have no more and nuts and told the crowd, preparing ■ tore, heard the miscreants walking
probably less taxes than at present to give him a cow-bell serenade, to about, but supposed the proprietors
forget it end pattake. He proir.i ed might have been working late. The
H o w other« su cceed ed .
Hood River county five years ago to appear at the feast at the fire- robbery was discovered when Mr.
started with a valuation of £2.800 house, where Ins friends gathered, Snyder opened the store in the
You need the former; W e need the latter.
000 and has been on cash basis but he aud his wife went to Forest morning. Search revealed the loss
since. Its present valuation is £12 Grove to visit her relatives. 1 hey 0f tlie articles mentioned aboye.
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j The bnrRl„ 8 left an allgur, a chisel
W e can both get what we need, if you will come in and
000 000 and its last levy 10 8 mills, were heartily congratulated.
which produced £129 600 in taxes. Girl (a lls in tub of
a drill a flask containing black
Cascade county lias a valuation of
Home of Quality
boiling w a t e r ; may die. P °wder' which were take» »> char-
£6,500.000 and its last levy 17 5
ge by Sheriff Mass, Deputy Leonard
Helen, the 3 w ar old daughter of MuUtlomah country and a
mills, if continued, would bring in
of Mr. aim Mrs. Theodore Harders .
£113.70 0 only £15.900 less than ■ t George, fell into a till) of boiling 111 !T ectnr aiK1 a special agent of the
Hood River has at the end of five water Tuesday and was severely P- R- L cc P, The burglars emp-
years of success, Curry county, sealded. There is some doubt whe- tied a mail sack aud evidently load-
with Its population of a little over iher she will survive. The child ed their loot into it. leaving the
W hen you find how reasonable they are in pi-ice,
2.000, valuation of £3.322,550 and started across the floor, stumbled letters scattered around.
and fell backward into the tub. She ;
you can’t afford to risk your eyesight by squinting at the
S tran ger« a re fo llow ed .
levy of 12 mills, produced only £39, was scalded from her shoulders to
sun or by asking Central what time it is.
Three strangers with fishing
870 in taxes and ye t has so success her kmes.
fully conducted its affairs that it is
Dr Adix was called and treated tackle who spent the night at Caza
If you want a time piece on which you can rely
planning to bnild an £8.000 court her, She was quite lo.v from shock. dero, having come from the Clear
to the minute,
house. It has dispensed with the The-sympathy of the community is Creek country, were under suspic
ion and when they left on the first T I L L A M O O K F U L L C R E A M C H E E S E
court house for a good many years
Later-Death last night, releved the
just as Cascade county can do if it little suffurer. Funeral arrangements car for Portland, Constable Jones
W I S C O N S I N C R E A M B R IC K A L S O
hoarded it here and accompanied
wishes. Cascade county to start have not been made.
B A D G E R S T A T E L IM B U R G E R , E T C .
them as far as Linneman where
will have nearly three times the mo
NOTICE OF CONTEST
W e meet all competitors, no matter where located, and
ney in taxes to do business, The Department of the Interior. United States Lan; Special Agent Cahill of the P. R.
as for catalogue houses, ih e y ’ re Easy.
Reduced rates on
h & P. met him.
speakers submitted that taxes ought Offico. Portland. Oregon. May 6th, 1912.
all jewelry and clocks. Watch and Clock repairing prompt
to be lower instead of higher and To Cornelius Raymond Sullivan of Portland, Oregon the addresses of the strangers and
ly attended to.
ihat better roads, better service and Youare hereby notified that S. G. Spitler, who j D e t e c t i v e J o e D a y o f P o r t l a n d l o o k -
givea 1 629 Stockton St.. Portland. Oregon, as hln ed them 11D O il arrival.
He f o t l l l d
great saving to the people would postoffice
address, did on April 23, 1912, file in this! .
result with the county seat nearer office his duly corroborated a;; '¡cation to contest and they Y.tre all right.
we will remain open until 8
O f f i c e r s a r e Still w o r k i n g Oil d e w s Commencing June 1st,
home. Many instances were cited secure the cancellation of your homestead entry, ser-
ial No. 02593 made May ICth. 1910. for the south ; .
B ro a d w a y
Saturday 9 p. m.
in proof. It was also shown that east!* of the r-nhwest « cf secic.. 28. townoh-: 3 w i t h t h e h o p e t h a t t h e v e g g m e n
whatever share of Clackamas coun south, range 5 east. Wiiiameite meridian, and an m a y h e d i s c o v e r e d . S o m e o f t h e
grounds for his contest he ai'.e.to that you have not
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ty debt, Cascade would have to pay W o d - n f i , - , n «„, «• «« ,kc offic,al9 ^ 'e v e Hiat the robbery
if division comes, would be offset same, and that you have not lived on t!.c came since w a s a OTIC llia t l jo b .
l* * * * *H*+ 4 * 4 **i* d*+*' %
making your filings about two years since.
X by the share Cascade gets from Youare, therefore, further notified that the said al-
F o r Sale.
Clackamas for county buildings.
conferred by y u. and > :r sa'
. 1 c* ranee!!
N e w M i l l i e h llP flfV a n d HOW s in -
e it h e i«:. .
-r I .I t to : « keaid
a,,<* " CW M U
Speakers and the quartet will therein, either before this . fiioe cron . . oal. if you g l c h a m e S S S l i g h t l y Used
fail to ftB. in this office within twenty days after rite
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visit the Garfield Country club, FO U RTH publication of this r e at si
J- A . S O lU t r «
answer, under oath, .»pec caily moet 1 . ar.d re-
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Sunday, at to o'clock, when a ycur
■ponding to these «negations of ccntest. or if#you fail |
within that time to file in this office due proof that :
division meeting will be held. At you
have served a copy of your answer on the said
either in person or by registered mail. It :
3 30 p. m they will appear at the contestant
this service is made by the delivery cf a copy of ycur i
to the contestant in person, proof of such ser
Grove iu George, or. if it is raining answer
vice must be either the said cor-estart's written ac-
knowloigment of his receipt of the copy, shewing the
at the George school house.
date of its receipt, cr the affidavit of the person by
rT T T T T T T T T T T T T .
; VIOLA TALKS CASCAOE
HI TO BLOW A SAFE
i I RAIN KEEPS DOWN ATTENDANCE
WHEEL HEAVY SAFE INTO YARO
ESTACADA STATE BANK
CAPITAL - $25,000
We Sell Cheaper, That’s Why
Estacada Merc. Co.
Our prices are Lower-There’s a Reason
Big Line oí
We are displaying this week, plenty of garden
IN FRESH DAIRY PRODUCTS
O U R L I N E I S COMPLETE
BUY O F U S !
C a ll u p ‘M a in 5 9 a n d secure o u r
p r o m p t d e liv e r y s e rv ic e
J e w e lr y C o m p a n y
M u sic of Artists brought to the
TO CELEBRATE TOE FOURTH
F irem en arran g e fo r a n ifty program .
including sports, speak in g dancing
A real old fashioned Fourth of
J I July celebration, except the salute
* of so many guns at sunrise, is billed
the Estacada Eiremen who have
W e are making a special price on these sterling
¡e big doings in charge. At their
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meeting Monday evening, commit
tees were apointed and a program
partially arranged. President Jorg
presided and Paul Wotuer was sec
others that cost more, Records from 65c up -music on 4
The P. R L & P. Co. has tur
ned over to the firemen the nxe of
Estacada park and its buildings for
the day and substantial coutribn
1 - -is are being m •!.. !|o, G
ESTACAD ', H
•T ay nrd there will be spe.,.1 music
whom the delivery was made stating when and where
the copy was delivered; if made by registered mail,
proof of such service must consist of the affidavit of
the person !.y whom the copy was mailed stating
when ar.d the post office to which it was mailed, and
this affidavit must be accompanied by the postmas
ter's receipt for the letter.
You should state in ycur answer the name of the,
pos'office to which you desire future notices to be sent * G iv e n
H. F. Hlgby Register |
|,C. Ardrey, Receiver j
D*t« cf first publication. Mav 9. | «I2 .
Date of second publication May 16.1912.
Date of third publication May 23. ! 9 1 2.
Date of fourth pub:-cation May 30, 1912.
W . A.
Wait a Minute!
Sale Stop the Press!
JO N ES
rigs and careful drivers always
W e have been so all-fired busy on Cascade County division
we have not had time to write an advertisement for this week.
Hunting and Fishing Parties
Then we had to take care of a shipment of
WOOD & LIMBER
and Long Distance Telephone
» ► E M l l» M «» I I M ! > *» » » »»<»■ »» ♦ ♦
Here’s one for $13.50
W . D . and L. M
O id Fallows Building
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that have just arrived.
Duboss Lumber Co.
Cun insville brass ban ! an !
the Kst.cadn orchestra, irii fore,-.!
by Portland musicians will turi.i I
the music during the exercises cud
, just as pretty as a flower garden.
C. E. DUBOIS, M an ager.
W e deal in all kinds
Sand, Gravel, Lime,
orders promptly filled.
Come around and feast your
They are simply immense.
Now is a good time to buy
material including Lumber, Lath,
Say! the new buggies are “ Daisies’*
Our front door swings easy from the outside and there is a
hearty welcome on the inside.
Step in the first time you are in town.
The Yellow Front Emporium
Head Office Broadway, Phone Main 103 McCurdy Lbr.
& Hardware Co.