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E ST A C A D A . OREGON, T H U R SD A Y , S E P T E M B E R 12 1912
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I W e Pay"
1 Ju d g e C am pbell decides
against City C h arter
R egistration continues for th e
H igh School,
Fall & Winter Hin
MANY OUTSIDERS ARE COMING
This bank will receive contributions to any
and all national political parties and transmit
same free of cost, to the proper finance ;
After Harvest,|K Ring
When 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
We have them, all sorts,and at prices that will surprise you
We buy direct from Manufacturer, thus saving you Jobbers’
Anything in a Good Timepiece?
Our line gives you a big selection. And we have some
Second Hand watches, which we will sell for the repair
A full line of Optical Goods
Estacada Jewelry Company
A Cut Price Sale
N n ttiH n in H iiH ' <ii|w H tt * » » » » * t 'I h m « «twi n
On D in n e r sets th e r e g u la r
$5.50 G o o d w in -M e re n o fo r
Each set has 48 pieces and your choice in either gold
flower, Blue or Pink. An Ornament for your Table
W E H AV E A BIG STOCK OF W ALL PAPER A T
LOW PRICES TO REDUCE STOCK.
MANY OTHER BARGAINS
Fine line of 9 x 12 Rugs also smaller
Rugs. We meet Portland Prices.
ESTACADA FURNITURE CO.
W . D. and L. M. Henthom, Proprietors
Odd Fellows Building
Mens Fancy Ribbed
Shirts and Drawers
at 50c. per Garment.
E stacada prize Baby
did not go to Fair.
on Time Certificates
$1 A Y E A H
SCHOOLS OPEN MONDAY
SALOONS SHUT THEIR DOORS
Wiiv paper ¡n
southern forces and the famous
(Juantrell was in command. After
the war Mr. and Mrs. Irvin came'
west arriving in Oregon in 1875
where they have since made their
Three of their children,
John T. Frank and J. A. and their
C a m i . to g o to Su p rem e court C ity families were present,
A daughter Building thoroughly ren ovated from top
L o s e . fu n d , and im p ro v em en t,
Mrs. Alice Folsom lives in Monta
to bottom and im provem ent« m ade
w ill lik ely be .to p p e d .
- Eight in stru ctors in charge.
na. The elder Irvins have thirteen
With a suddettess that jarred, grandchildren and two great grand- | When the bell at 8.30 Monday morning
Judge Campbell of the circuit court children the latter residing in Mon- j summons from their vacations the pupils
of this town and district, they will fi d a
entered a decision against the Esta tana.
spic and span school house, cleaned from
cada charter, last Tuesday, that
top to bottom and better equipped than
put the local option law iu effect
it was lust year. The painting aud kal-
somining has been finished, the floors
here, shut two saloons and by caus
Harold Bronson the 3 year old scrubbed and re-oiled, the building
ing a refund of licence money, left
the city without funds to carry on Estacada boy, son of Mr. and Mrs. wired for electric lights and shower
baths ior the athletic department, in
public improvement. Until the as Neil Bronsou, who was declared stalled in the basement. Janitor A. J.
sessment for this year is available the best formed child in his class in Mills has done his work w .ll.
Eight instructors will lie ready and
next May or June, the municipality Clackamas county, was not exhibit-
ed at the state fair. In the first ma">' °< ,lle P“ P>>*
tlw high school
At the city council meeting, Tues place his parents never were noli- ! wil1 ,ake the cuur9e in a* ricul,ure- 1,rac-
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ticullv half have already registered and
day night, a report was made by fied by the judges aud first know- llad seata asal|,,lcd. A11 Uave elected
Attorney Claude Devore, who ap ledge of the result came to them agriculture.
Principal Ford says that high school
peared with G. B, Diutick tor the through a newspaper account. too
defendant saloonmen, Muster and late to afford a chance to make the J w*ll begin at 9 and continue until 3.30
; each day with an hour for lunch. The
Venice, indicted by the grand jury trip.
first bell in the morning will ring at 8.30
a few days ago under the election
Regarding the dozen or more ha- lhe ^
In the a(ternoon the
of 1910 wheu Estacada precinct bies exhibited here, nothing is know f,rst w;|| ring at 12.45; the second at 12.55
It is estimated the total registration
went dry. It is alleged that Gover of the decision of the Oregon City
nor West was back of the propo judges. Superintendent Janies call- 1 wi" be 240, of which 40 » ill be high
sition, having been appealed to by ed to find out and was told the cards 5cl1001 students.___________
a committee of citizens. The case had been destroyed and no record Garfield Basket Social
went to trial on a charge of violat kept of the decision. From the
To B eliti at 8 o’clock.
ion of the local option law and after standpoint of the award of prizes
the state had proved the sale of the county show was a fizzle, I Preparations are practically cont-
liquor, a contention admitted by despite the interest taken by the'pietcd lor the basket social and Most
the defense, the court heard argu mothers who exhibited their child- ¡dance of the Garfield Country club, For
ments on the question of whether ren and assisted in making the next Saturday evening. Big bon-
Estacada could regulate the liquor district fairs a success. Some of the fires will light up the grounds and Cash
traffic under its charter.
mothers believe that at least the j the social begins at 8 o’clock. The
H ow C o u rt D ecided.
couttesy of notice of results might award of the cake for the most po-
Judge Campbell held that at the ltave been extended.
pular lady, alter the votes are
time of the granting ot Estacada’s
counted, should be finished by 9
charter bv the legislature of 1905,
o'clock and from that time until
the city was exempt from the local
midnight there will be dancing.
option law and had a right to con
Everett Shibley. a Springwater
Alt impression is abroad that the
trol liquor selling within its limits, boy won first prize at the state fair ¡ affair includes a basket picnic dur-
but when the question was voted on at Salem, for bird honses. The one j jng the day, but such is not lhe
in 1910. that as the local option law he exhibited was a novelty iu that case, President Hunt states. The
is an enabling act, the passage of 43 pieces of different Oregon wool j entertainment begins in tht evening
the local option law, as far as Es- were used, 110 pieces being duplicat- There is every indication there will
T O IN C R E A S E O U R B U S IN E S S
tacada is concerned, dated not from ed except the sbiugles and the cor be a good crowd, providing the
W E A R E G O I N G TO G I V E
June 24, 1904 when the governor ner posts.
weather is favorable. The funds are
proclaimed its passage, but from
He rectived as award, a full to be devoted to the new addition
Nov. 1910. the last election. This blooded Berkshire pig. It is the to the club house. Arrangements
Iteitig a later enactment than the belief of Superintendent H. M.
have already been made for the 14,
Estacada charter, repealed the char
James that Sam Barr would have j 000 feet of lumber,
U PTO N
ter and put local option in effect.
won second prize for mechanical
M ay A p p e a l C a te .
G R A N D
The saloon men, It is announced, toys, with the motor whicli he ex
will appeal to the supreme court, hibited at the Estacada juvenile fair
P IA N O
which has already in the Medford His ingenious machine should have ' An overheated stovepipe which
case reversed the lower court, a walkaway oyer a windmill which j caused the wall paper of the kitchen
T h is c o n te s t c o m m e n c e s M o n d a y
of H. F. Blairs house in Garfield to
which held precisely as has Judge
catch fire, resulted in a blaze last m o r n in g . 9 a. m
C om e m a n d le t us
Campbell. They profess confidence won by a Wilsonville hoy who ex
Thursday, which razed the house
that they will win. It is possible, hibited a motor aud pump.
te ll y o u a b o u t it.
and consumed most of the house-
too that a special election will be
W h o w i l l be th e lu c k y one?
hold furniture, It is said there was
called for a vote Nov. 5 in the town
of Estacada, under the Home Rule
law. which gives incorporated
Mrs. Blair was alone in the house
towns the right to regulate liquor
1 he suggestion by The Progress
. . .
the fire started. She was
that the county books haven t been _
subjected to expert accountants for ironing at the time and the kitchen
a good many years, bore fruit, last fire being low she placed several
week, when the county court took |sticks of pitch in the stove. Im-
up the proposition and receivtd mediately the pipe liegan burning
Progressive up-to-date citizens of proposals from experts. The ex
The Home of Quality
Garfield have made great improve perts want $ i O a day, however, and out and tlie heat caused the wall
ment iu their school house. Supei- don't place a time limit on the job, paper to catch fire. Mrs Blair tried
visor H. M. James says that chan so the court is rather undecided to extinguish the flames and failing
summoned a neighbor. Mr. Patter
ges made, make conditions almost what to do.
County Commissioner Mattoor is
ideal. All cross lights have been of the opinion that the books should son, who had been looking after
the farm work, during the absence
eliminated by placing all the win be examined.
‘ ‘Since I ’ve been connected with of Mr. Blair who is east on account
dows so that lights come only over
the pupils’ left shoulders. The the court” he said “ no experts of the death of a relative.
Patterson hurried to the house,
Not politically, but commercially,
building has been painted outside have examined the books. I don’ t
know when they were last looked from his home across the road, hut
and inside, walls are tinted with
making ROCK BOTTOM PRICES on . . .
into. They may be all right, prob the fire had gained headway and by
restful colors, new cloakrooms are
ably are, but letting things slide the time other neighbors arrived, it
D O O R S , W IN D O W S , P O U L T
provided and a McPherson heating
along in that fashion, year after was beyond control. A number of
and ventilating furnace installed.
R Y N E T T IN G , P A IN T S . D IS C
year, isn’t business, so I ’ m for an house hold articles were saved, hut
The latter will afford warm pure
expert accounting. ”
the hulk was burned. To compli
A N D PEG TO O T H H A R R O W S
air. A new well is being dug, maps
The court turned down a petition cate matters the pump refused to
S U P E R IO R
W H E A T D R IL L S
and a new dictionary will soon Ire f ora saloon license at Clackamas work, so water had to be carried
and allowed one at Wilsonville. A from a distance,
Gatfield has come to tbe conclus road from Barton to Logan, over
By great efforts the neighbors
ion that their children are entitled which there has been some coutro were able to save the woodshed ad-
to the best school equipment. One versy was ordered.
joining the house.
of the best teachers of the county.
Miss Rica Anderson, is employed.
' ESTACADA GOES “DRY”
ESTACADA STATE BANK
$ 1 .4 0
$ 1 7 .4 0
Cap tan Kidd, Boys’ Suits
$3.00 to $6.00
Mens' W ool Shirts
$ 2 .5 0 TO $ 5 .0 0
Boys’ Security School Shoes
$1.50 to $2,50
Estacada Merc. Co.
Shibley wins first prize
w ith Bird H ouse at Fair.
A n ov erh eated stovepipe
B urns house to G round.
C ounty C ourt m ay E m ploy
E xp erts on C ounty Books.
M uch im provem ent M ade
at th e G arfield school.
“Our Hat is in the Ring”
rvins celebrate their
5 0 th wedding anniversary.
School Books and Supplies
With three of their children and REMEMBER
several grandchildren as guests at
dinner, Mr. and Mrs. John P. Irvin
celebrated their golden wedding at
their home in Estacada, Angust 29
P O P U L A R F IC T IO N .
Both Mr. and Mrs. Irvin are iu G I F T B O O K S . *
good health and received the con- !
M R S. M E A D E 'S B O O K S F O R G IR L S .
gratulations of their relatives and
H E N T Y & A L G E R B O O K S FOR BOYS.
friends and wishes for many «tore!
years of wedded happiness.
We also have our New Fall Stork of School Books and Supplies.
They were married August 29, '
ERLRYTHING THE STUDENT N EEDS AT PO PU LAR PRICES
1862 in Independence, Mo. The
town was in the possession of the 1
NO CREDIT GIVEN ON SCHOOL BOOKS.
Just Received, a Big Shipment of
If you—gentle reader— are neeeding any of the articles
mentioned, you will lie doing yourself a rank injustice,
if you buy before seeing us
The Yellow Front Emporium—“God save the Mark”— stands
with open arms— unconcealed— awaiting your pleasure.
W e lo v e a C h e e rfu l B u y e r.
Remember the Yellow Front Emporium and Get the Habit of
Buying at Estacada.
McCurdy Lbr. & Hardware Co.