ESTACADA AH the News All the Time NO. 48 OK PROGRESS Only Paper in East Clackamas ESTACAD A. OREGON. TH URSDAY, AUGUST 8. 1912 V O L. 4 I FINOS POTJERY CLAY F. J. Harkenrider has valu able deposit on farm. *1 A YEAR ribbon weather sharp, cocking an eje at the firmament and assuming I a Mother Shipton expression, could _ ; make his pronouncements with the “ 7 vote of 3 to 2 he secures dignity of the Oracle of Delphi. But Saloon Permit. 1 no more. Once his prophecies were in iirn m mii n n r m m r I |nri|PC worth too cents on thedollar, but a uUllLo i YUULU fiLUlluL LI u l I i D l marked down sale at 1 cent minus, T h in k . *1.000 w c h for tw o » lo o n *, or would find no takers just now. *2.000 for o n . w i n S c w .r About four weeks ago during the p l.n . .r e com pleted. heated period, prophet Barr stand- Bv a vote o f 3 to a, the c ity cou n cil, ing in the center of Broadway made J ues‘lay even in g granted a saloon licence this statement in strident tones: 1 to W illia m K u r w U , Jones and fn d e rw o o d KURASCH GETS LICENSE SAMPLES STAND THE RRE TEST Boring, «how, so far, 5 0 0 foot bed of unknown depth May b . a big thing for E.tacada. ESTACADA STATE BANK CAPITAL • F. J. Harkenrider, owner of an 87 acre farm a quarter of a mile northeast of Estacada's city limits, TT TT . opposing and bv a vote of 4 to 1, rejected has discovered what he believes to ‘ Hear ye; Hear ye; Oh, seekers the application of G eorge V en k e, Jones be an excellent quality of pottery for the real dope! From this time opposing, Inciden tally Alderm an Jones clay, which may prove to be good forthwith, yea, unto the 20th day made a speech or “ sp ie l" as he called it fire clay as well. He has determin of September, there will be no rain discussing saloon finances and show ing ed its practicalbility as pottery clay The skies will smile, not a cloud h o * « the p re « n t licen ce rate, o n ly one , saloon could exist and the c ity would and tests made in a blacksmith's will obscure the countenance of Old ,<>K i( one qult. His renle(lVi whicll was forge, indicate it will be available Sol and Jupiter Pluvius is h e r e b y embodied ill the ordinance introduced last n ight is to reduce licences to $1.000 as fire clay, for the hottest fire, did canned! I have said it.” Aud the next day it rained Also and allow tw o or m ake it $2.000 for one not effect it apparently. sal.jou. In that w ay the c ity saves $500, As soon as Mr. Harkenrider has it has clouded up occasionally and j Jones explains. Slashed threshing, he will take leaked several times since then. I Cross & H am m ond's b ill of ¿¡125 for You can't talk to J. V. Barr, legal services during the bootleggin g j samples to Portland for analysis and prophet, soothsayer, oracle, claira- days, was turned dow n. M ills and Haw- - tests. Borings with a 4 foot augur for a voyant, seventh son of a seventh kins v otin g to pay it. T h e council offered j Mdse. to com prom ise for $75, but the law yers] distance of 500 feet indicate a big daughter, now. He is in eclipse. TOR threaten suit unless £125 is paid. bank of the clay at an unknown S ew er and Pound discussed. CASH depth. It extends along the banks Garfield Country Club E ngineer Noble was ordered to come Picnic, next Saturday. here to run levels and establish the sewer of Curriu creek. Tests made ¡11 the grade, the stakes of the form er engineer bed of the creek show the deposit From all reports, a big crowd will not show ing the depth of excavation . extends under it. M ayor Re^d said arrangem ents should Mr. Harkenrider fashioned two attend the annual picnic and meet be made for cem ent and saud for join in g cups which he sun-dried and then ing ol the Garfield Country club the sewer pipe and bids were asked on baked in the kitchen stove. The next Saturday. Qood speakers will two tons ot saud and one ton of cement, pottery was hard and serviceable. be heard and it is expected the The m anholes at four street intersections present in a I were oid crd ai.d the contractor was or- The clay is bluish gray in color and county court will be body. President Hunt has ^>een , Jered to buy a suitable pipe ioi u m o of fine quality. unting the sewer at tile river. About busy with arrangements and . i 50 feet w ill be required, Plenty of work for men planned an excellent program in c lu d 1 T lie council ordered the Recorder to at P.R.L.&P. Camp “5 ” inR s p e a k i n g , music, sports an d arrange for the rental of a corrall for a dancing. i city pound to take care of live Mock Ernest Cushman, employed as a From IO to I I . a business m eet- which roams at large betw een 6 p.rn. and carpenter at Camp 5 seven miles 7 m\ Th* 1,ew or,“ “a'“;c «oes iuto from Bull run, where the P. R. L. ing of the club will be held; from i. i etfect Satu rd ay. to 12, speeches by well kuown & P. Co., is putting in a dam, was litre Sunday visiting friends and re- speakers; 12 to i, picnic lunch; t to E sta ca d a B all te a m quits: N EXT W E E K W ATCH THIS SPACE $25.000 Announcement Extraordinary Your account Solicited. W A T C H OUR W IN D O W S Under State Supervision ‘ •H -M » . I h M i 'M h » ».|.».|.4mi.M .4«4*4*4»'4>4>4«4 *4*4*4~ After Harvest, Ring W hen you have squared away for the fall, why not make yourself or your wife or girl, a present of a Solid Gold Ring, with or without Jewel W e have them, all sorts,and at prices that will surprise you W e buy direct from Manufacturer, thus saving you Jobbers’ profits. Anything in a Good Timepiece? Our line gives you a big selection. And we have some Second H and watches, which we will sell for the repair charges. A full line of Optical Goods Estacada Jewelry Company Broadway ----- — t f - t ’+ 'M — l*4*4*4* 4*4*4* >4*- M< t* 4' 4' 4' 4* 4» 4- 4* '**4H H I-4H A Cut Price Sale On D in n e r sets the regular \ $5.50 G oodw in-M ereno for \ $ 4.50 Each set has 48 pieces and your choice flower, Blue or Pink. An in either gold Ornament for your T able W E H A V E A B IG S T O C K O F W A L L P A P E R A T L O W P R IC E S T O R E D U C E S T O C K . MANY OTHER B A R G A IN S Tine line of 9 x 12 Rugs also smaller Rugs. W e meet Portland Price?. ESTACADA FORNITURE CO. W . D. and L. M. Henthom, Proprietors Odd Fellows Building »V * * * * * “► M turtnd to work Monday morning. Mr. Cushman says there is de mand for men at the camp, ordina ry laborers receiving $2 50 a day, carpenters assistants $ 2 75, carpen ters $ 3 50 to 4.50 and rock drillers from $3 to $4 50. At present there are about 250 men at work and all who apply are taken on. The work will continue until next summer, when it is understood at the camp, the com pany will begin power plant work about twenty miles above Cazadero. Cushman says he expects to remain with the contractors steadily, for there are chances of promotion if a man proves himselt competent and steady. Max Klaetsch marries Ethel Dwyer quietly. Max Klaetsch aud Ethel Dwyer, residents of Estacada. surprised their friends, last week, by quietly leaving with the bride's mother for Portland, where they were married. They returned P'riday aud the re latives were then told. The news spread aud in the evening a number ol small boys and some not so small serenaded the couple. Mr. and Mrs. Klaetsch have begun housekeeping. Mattopn glad Live W ires H ave settled Bridge Deal. 1 pr0Rram; Poor attendance, Reason. 4 2 Old Folks 4 in Dance; 4 to 2 ‘° 6, A fte r p la yin g a baug-up article of base sports, races etc; 8 to 12, "club” dance. Many Estacadaus will at ball a ll season, w in n in g n out of 15 I games played and ty in g one, Kstacnda's tend. baseball team , has disbanded. Lack ot patronage is the reason assigned. The team quits, how ever, ow in g no m oney, D r. Lym an B. S p e rr y o f Los A n g e le s a condition prom inent by its absence, and w ife spen t a d av lookin g o v e r th eir heretofore. Its’ members have received fo rm e r ranch. j little or no pay this season, but leaved E . K rigb au m h as com pleted his barn. (aIlh fu lly anil galn e,l honor tor them- GARFIELD M rs. T ro w b rid g e and Miss B ig g ie o f selves and a lot of excelle n t advertising H ayw a rd Minn, a re v isitin g Mr. and to r E stacada. M rs. H, G. T ro w b rid g e. In the tw o seasons past, the hundreds of m en em ployed at R iver M ill and on VIOLA other coustruction w ork, attended the W illiam M iller o f Portland, v isited gam es. T h is year the w ork being finished the team had to depend upon the tow ns re la tiv e s in th is v a lle y , people for support, A num ber of faithful M rs C a sp e r T a u n le rs is in the P o r t fans stayed w ith the team from stait to land h ospital as a resu lt o f a fa ll. finish and w ent down into th eir pockets R a y M iller has fu m igated his house to m ake up the deficits. T w o dances this w e e k . T h e qu arran tin e has been were given and the proceeds w ent to pay lifte d , as B ern ice his .lau gh ter, is prac- (o r equipm ent aud fix in g the grounds, tica lly recovered o f an a tta c k o f s c a rle t It ,^ cam e evk len t tiuic „ „ „ that i( ever* A n A u to T ru ck w as out to d istrib u te 50,000 fish in B ig C lear C re ek ab ove C r a f t s dam . M rs. B a rk e r and children w e re the g u e s ts o f Mr. and M rs, John Randolph M rs B a rk e r resided in V iola five ye a rs ago . ! the attendance did not increase, the team must q u it, it takes about f i S actual ex- penses to pull off a gam e and the atten- | dance averaged about #15. Portland . clubs dem and a guarantee of f 12 for car- fate and lu n ch for tw elve men. Um pires charged nothing and the play ers aside from about $5 each, rectived M rs. Olson and sons Th eran and n othin K for tllc season. N evertheless E lm er, arrived here W ednesday. M rs. ll,ey w ere behind tlieir m anager, to a man in a determ ination to close out of O lson is a siste r o f Mrs. Randolph. debt. W hen the debts were finally paid T h e q u a rte rly m ee tin g w as held here M onday a t th e M. E, Church b y S u pt. off th ey decided it was useless to risk deficits farther. It is a m atter of regret M( ore. the team has disbanded. It furnished M iss A n ita K op p le ft fo r Portland good eu tertain m en t for its patrons and w h ere she w ill be joined by h er U n cle beat Portlan d ’s best am ateur clubs. and go to E a s te rn O regon . Estacada Merc. Co. OUR 8th Mdse. TOR CASH Friday and Saturday Special T H I S W E E K w e s h a ll again offer som e r a r e specials in the g r o c e r y dept, such as . . . Faithful Peas, special Otter Clams, special 11c. can Continental Com Starch special . , 7 a 12c. can Chloride Lime special 3 cans for 22 c. pkg. L on g’ s Jams and Jelleys special . . 9 c. a glass If you want to do any canning, dont forget to use Econom y Jars. W e have plenty, also extra caps. Call Main 59 and secure our prompt delivery service. ...Cruse Brothers... The Home of Quality “ The Summer will soon be over and the Harvest Ended” . . . . Pleased because the Live Wires of Oregon City have settled the lo M rs. B ert M attoon has been seriou sly Honeyman’s win Game. And it is time for you to get busy. Y ou expect to build a cation of the proposed county bridpe ill fe w d ays. I t w a s th ou g h t she had Mr. D illard of the Ilou eym en tribe was fence, do some plowing, haul wood, paint your House or make at Barton, County Commissioner pneum onia. M rs. M attoon w ife o f com w ig g lin g lietter than w hen he last ap- W. H. Mattoon, says he hopes they m ission er M attoon is sta y in g w ith her. partd here, so Estacada shot the chutes. improvement on your farm or take a little time for pleasure. R ev . C o o p e’s son and fam ily were vis will go ahead, now, and build it. H to 2. F id dler Bronson was pretty fair, itors last F riday of V iola. ‘ The county court” said Mr. him self, but some of our baserunning If it is fence building Mr. Janies S e v ie r w ill be in th is v ic i Mattoon, ‘ has had its hands full n ity the first part o f th is w eek w ith his gum m ed the cards and the Field)« r BUY T H E A M ER ICAN FIELD FEN C E. trying to maintain the present brid new m ach in e. It is said th at he intends h ad n ’t a chance to pull out. A pretty I good crow d, m any from Portland, saw ges and build a new one or two to thresh E d. F ic k e n ’s grain first. If it is plowing ! the gam e. One of the features was There doesn’t appear to be any FOR R E N T — Two 5 room cott “ S la ts” M orton 's b itin g and fielding. B U Y A N O L I VER C H ILLED PLO W funds at band for any more, but us ages, city water, electric lights and 1 “ S la ts” sin gled tw ice in four tim es up , and accepted four chances w ithout a the Live Wires appear to have hath. Inquire Dr. Adix. If it is team work tf. things all settled, of course, I’m SEE US ON W AG O N S AND HARNESS glad our problems of finance have been solved. Now, if the boys will | If painting demands your attention, remember we have made a arrange for the money to build the C U T O N T H E P R IC E O F P H O E N IX P A IN T. Barton bridge and go ahead and: build it, so much the better.” If you are on pleasure bent, com e around and Select a C. E. DUBOIS, Manager. The Live Wires want the rail- j H E N N E Y B U G G Y reads to contribute the fuads for the bridges needed, according to 1 Say! have you seen our little Gilson Engine? It goes the Enterprise. The Wires heard the arguments of Eagle Creek for' the bridge, but turned them down. 1 Office hours from 7 a. m. to 6 p. m. from Monday morning until W eather Sharp Barr takes Saturday night. Header in Prophecy Line. Dubios Lumber Co. All J. V. Barr's claims to being a weather prophet have gone to smash. Time was when Est3i'*da’ s bln 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 • Yellow Front Emporium McCurdy Lbr. & Hardware Co.