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NO. 3 o f VOL. s
E S T A C A D A , O R E G O N , T H U R S D A Y , S E P T E M B E R 26. 1912
the debt agains the Garfield church O i l ]
and that institution is now clear. ‘ ( jp | |
Mr. Browne having turned in the
Milwaukee organization calls check.
First class p h o n e service
for an investigation.
ready to install.
Rev. Mr. Browne boosted for
Cascade county during conference
and received personal assurances of
R e so lu tio n « a s s e rt
c o u r t h asn ’t of support of 150 ministers out ot P a c ific S ta te s e n te r s in to fiv e y e a r c o n
a d v e r t is e d fo r brid,
l i d s Com«
tr a c t w ith lo c a l c o m p a n y N e w
the 160 which ntrended.
! GRANGE AFTER COURT
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ESTACADA STATE BANK
CLAIM VIOLATION OF THE LAW
m issio n e r M a tto o n
l“M l"M ' M "» » +
on Tim e Certificates ;
This bank will receive contributions to any
and all national political parties and transmit
same free of cost, to the
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After Harvest, «« 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
W e 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
B ro a d w a y
A Cut Price Sale
On D in n e r s e ts th e r e g u la r
$ 5 .5 0 G o o d w in - M e r e n o f o r \
Each set has 48 pieces and your choice
Ornament for your Table
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 .
M AN Y OTHER
B A R G A IN S
Fine line o f 9 x I2 R u g s a ls o sm a lle r :
R u g s. W e m eet P o rtla n d P rices.
ESTACADA FU R M T U R E CO.
W . D. and L. M. Henthom, Proprietors
Odd Fellows Building
Only Paper in
s ta te m e n t
M E SETS OF COPPER M S
Visitors throw it into
$i A Y E A R
fall & Winter Hints
lin e fro m S p r in g w a te r .
Patrons of the long distance telephone
Asserting the state law has been
Estacada team, 4 to 2. can hear and talk to Portland, now w ith
violated by the Clackamas comity
out strain in g the eardrum or th e voice.
Our pallid heroes bumped against
court in not hilling sworn state
Just like ta lk in g anyw h ere in Estacada.
ments for bridges costing over $300 about the classiest ball team that
A representative of the Pacific States
when bids are not asked for and has come out from Portland town Telephone an l Telegrap h Co. Tuesday
claiming largo sums are being spent \ this year, and they went the wav arrived here a: d signed up a five vear
for steel bridges without advertising of all flesh, 4 to 2, in another cork con tract w ith the Kstacada Telephone
com pany and announced that con n ec
tor the lowest bidder, the Milwaukie ing good game-, last Sunday. We tions w ill he made rig h t aw ay.
grange at its meeting last Saturday, messed things up 6 times to once
S ervice to Portland has been bad for a
passed resolutions calling for a for the Timms Cress, and that tells lon g tim e, especially since last spring,
committee to investigate and report why we were on the short end ol when an electrical storm dam aged the ,
It is also alleged the county roads the tally sheet. Most of our slip- line.
It is also autv'-unced th at S ,E . W ooster
are being neglected and the money tips cdst like sixty, too, and that and a num ber o f oth er ranchers of Spring J
spent on bridges.
w ater are b u ild in g a line w hich w ill soon !
W h a t r e s o lu tio n . S a y .
The pitching was about even tip be hooked up at Kstacada central.
The following are the resolutions Our local feed clerk and violinist
Garfield Social Doings.
Mr. Bronson allowed 5 hits, fanned
‘ ‘ W hereas, th e cou n ty court of C la ck 9, walked 5 and hit 2; the elongated
On T h u rsd ay aftern o o n S ep. 12, a *
amas cou n ty is exp en d in g large sums of
Gladstone furniture dealer and fe w ladies m et w ith Mrs. A . O. W hit j
cou n ty m oney in the purchase of steel
comb and M iss Lyn ch and b egan th e ;
bridges w ith o ut advertisin g for the low embalmer, Mr. Battels, allowtd 5 readin g aloud o f a volum e o f fiction.
est bidder for the purchase of the same, hits, whiffed 7, walked 3 and let go This was follow ed by :i s - k - ih I hour dur-
but on the con trary is purchasing the a wild pitch.
ing which lig h t re fre s h m e n ts were'
m aterial for and erectin g tile same w ith
Tw o lightning double plays, Bron- served. A utu m n le a v e s afforded se a
out lettin g the public k n ew of these pur
son to Bronson to Bittner and Man " T ble Uee" rati” n‘s‘ On Sep. 28, at
chae ls or advertising for bids according
to continue the
to the laws of O regon, and th ereby not ary to Gravelle to McKecn. two Mrs w R ^
allow in g the taxpayers to know the cost great stops by Boylan and Cap ¡ng.
of saitl brid ges, and
Leviticus and two swell outfield
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‘ ‘ W hereas, a large nuinljer of un catches by Stubbs and Simmons TrHwl)r:(l(;e Kave B reception ¡„ hoRor
necessary steel bridges on sm all creeks furnished excitement.
Simmons, 0f her mother, Mrs. Isabel Trowbridge For
and even approaches to old wooden
who had a had day at third backed who was soon to return to her home in
bridges have been erected at a great cost
into the outfield and redeemed him- W isconsin. Those present were Mes Cash
to the taxpayers of Clackam as county,
seli in the last round. He should , dar" es “ • ,J‘ An‘,,e™ 'n‘ R U Bundy>
' S. H. G ru b er, G. T . H unt, Josephine
"W h e re a s section 6468 of I x»r<is Ore have been out there from the first Kerr uf PortUndi G. K rigbaum, Id, :
gon law s has l»een gross!)' violated by with Parks guarding the difficult inglish, J. W , Patterson, H. 0 . Proud -1
the cou n ty cou rt of Clackam as county-
corner. Boylan, Bittner and Cap ' foot of Portland, W . R. Reid, Jennette
in not filin g w ith the cou n ty clerk a
did the hitting for us the Spring- Stokes, A. O. Whitcomb, Misses Jessie
sworn statem ent of each and every
bridge er cted by the cou n ty of tile water chaps landing two each. Fact Lyn<h‘ Roberta Reid, Helen Standish,
. . .
Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. H. G. Trow-
cost of over 5500. under the supervision is Mr. Bartels was exceedingly
b 3 bridge fa vo re d th e com pany w ith m usic
y»f a superintendent when bids are no! light, as tight as the Fiddler and Dainty refreshments were served and
asked for, and
when the two teams bump again after a very delightful afternoon the
“ Therefore he it resolved th at the Mi!-
next Sunday, it's a cinch we will '»die« departed wishing sincerely that
w aukie gran ge o f Clakam as cou n ty ap
even up. Anderson oi Eagle Creek Mrs. Isabel Trowbridge might remain
point a com m ittee of three or ulore jier-
perm an en tly in th eir m idst.
sons w ho are m em bers oi this ord er, to umpired, Ed Bartlett declining for
exam ine into the num ber of steel bridges tear someone would step oil the tail
On T h u rsd ay S ep. 19, M rs. J. W .
and approaches constructed, ascertain of his ministerial coat.
The score: Patterson g a v e a luncheon in honor o f
the value thereof, and from whom eaclt
R H E Isabel T ro w b rid g e. T he oth er gu ests
was purchased, the am ount paid therefor
Estacada 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0— 2 5 6 w e re M rs, H. C, P rou d foot o f Portland
if anv sworn statem ents were ever tiled
T. Cress . — 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 0— 4 5 1 Mrs. H. G . T ro w b rid g e, M rs. A . O.
of the c o s t thereof with the cou n ty clerk
W hitcom b, M iss J e ssie L yn ch .
Batteries--Bronson and Ileilsman
that no em p loye of Clackam as county tie
M rs. H. C. P rou d foot sp en t la st w eek
appointed on said com m ittee and that
Mens Fancy Ribbed
Shirts and Drawers
a t 50c. per Garment.
$ 1 . 4 0 to $ 1 7 . 4 0
Captan Kidd, Boys’ Suits
$3.00 to $6.00
M ens’ W o o l Shirts
$ 2 .5 0 T O $ 5 .0 0
Boys’ Security School Shoes
$1.50 t o $ 2 ,5 0
Estacada Merc. Co.
$400 V A L U E $400
only facts lie rejiorted to this gran ge.
C o m m is s io n e r M a tto o n T a lk s .
W . II. Mattoon member of the
court, said he din't care to make an
extended statmeut at this time, but
that the court would he ready,
shortly, to meet the issues
“ The source of this attack is well
known lo the court" he said "hut
at presebt we will say nothing. Itt
my district four steel bridges were
built, three oyer Clear creek and
one over Eagle Cteek. For two of
these we asked bids, only one being
received the Coast Btidge Co's,
which does most of the county work
The other two, tucluding the Eagle
Creek bridge wete done without
bids, because they were in danger
ous condition and there was no time
to ask for bids. We have also put
in concrete piers in place of rotten
pilling on certain approaches to
btidges. A s to swearing to state
ments, I don’ t believe that has been
done, but the bills and vouchers are
all on file with the county clerk.’ '
Forest Fire Threatens
Cazadero; Fighters out.
a t H ard scrab le R anch th e g u e st o f M r.
and M rs. A . 0 . W hitcom b and M iss
Jessie L yn ch .
ADDITION NEWS BRIEFS.
A brush fire, started by unknown
Dance at Eagle Creek, Saturday I
persons, threatened Cazadero F ri evening, at the Elliott hall
day and Saturday, hut was brought
J. W. Reed, J. S. McCurdy, E.
under control by a force of fighters, Bates, A 1 Lindsey, motored over j
lead hy Guards Jimm Marrs. Ray with A. E. Sparks to tile Canby I Would you like this beautiful instrument for a present? W e
W ilcox and John Howland. For a fair to day.
'shall positively give it to one of our customers. This is a present
time it was feared the heayy wind
The Garfield Country club will i
would carry the flames into the give another of its popular dances | w o ™ havin g,
stone crusher section, as the fire at the club house Saturday evening
was just above it. The blaze was Admission 50 cents, ladies free.
All ladies interested in county
discovered about 11 o’clock. Fridav
morning and kept the fiighters busy division are asked to nitet next
Tuesday evening at the Family the
until sometime Saturday afternoon. ater with the executive committee,
The Home o f Q uality
About 3 acres were burned over,
Scritijniage practice is now in
hut no other damage was doue.
■ progress among the Estacada foot
ball squad. Coach Ford is finding
some excellent material and is much
H arry Lane, returned Friday encouraged Two of the men, Mor
ton and Newman are showing good
front Portland, where he was em punting ability.
ployed in the engineering depart
FOR S A L E Jersey Kings, King
ment working on city sewers. Lane
had a streak of tough luck. Within Baldwins and Waxen apples, at
a few hours after he began work, reasonable price. Call b y'p h o n e
in attempting to cross the ditch to T. P. Steinman.
Lane Hurl at Portland.
Rev. Browne re-assigned to
set up a target for the leveler, he
FOR S A L E — 40 acres in Klwood
Estacada; Boosts Cascade. stepped on a piece of board which S E '4 of N .E 14 3 acres improved
“ Our Hat is in the Ring”
politically, but com m rcially.
making ROCK BOTTOM P R IC tS on . . .
D O O R S . W IN D O W S . P O U L T
R Y N E T T IN G . P A IN T S . D IS C
A N D PEG T O O T H H A R R O W S
S U P E R IO R W H E A T D R IL L S
Rev. W, R. F. Browne returned, tipped, throwing him to the bottom with house and barn, balance in
Tuesday, from Ashland where he of the sewer, a drop of th'rty feet. burnt timber, easy to clean practic'y
attended the conference ot the Met He struck on a platform, . 15 feet level and good water, Price $1500
hodist church. Mr. Browne was down, rebounded and fell in the Apply to C. E. Surfus, Elwood.
re assigned to the Estacada church mud below. He was in bed several Oregon.
If you— gentle reader— are neeeding any of the articles
Jewelry work of all kind neatly
and in addition will have charge of davs hut was able to be about the
an:’ promptly done, — L allatt.
mentioned, you will be doing yourself a rank injustice,
the Currinsville, Garfield and Ml. .latter part of the week.
if you buy before seeing us
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church was restored to the charge j
and hereafter will alternate with
Th e Yellow Front Emporium— “ God save the Mark” — stands
Estacada morning and evening,
giving Estacada one service a Suit
with open arms— unconcealed— awaiting your pleasure.
Services next Sunday will be REMEMBER
Currinsville 11 a.ni. Garfield 3 p in
Estacada 7.30 p. nt. Services will
be held at Garfield and Mt. Zion
— Just Received, a Big Shipment of
alternate Sundays, one service.
Remember the Yellow Front Emporium and Get the Habit of
F O P U L A R F IC T IO N .
Rev. Mr. Brown was re appoint
Buying at Estacada.
j ed on the board of Examiners and
M R S . M E A D E S B O O K S F O R G IR L S .
was appointed on the Board of Con
H EN TY & A LG ER BO O KS FOR BOYS.
terence Relation of the conference
Yellow Front Emporium
He is to serve four years in the We also have our New Fall Stock of School Books and Supplies.
former and to 1913 in the latter.
ERTRYTHING THE STUDENT NEEDS AT POPULAR PRICES
The hoard of ^extension ot the '
conference donated £250 to pay off
NO CREDIT GIVEN ON SCHOOL BOOKS.
School Books and Supplies
W e lo v e a C h e e r f u l B u y e r .
McCurdy Lbr. & Hardware Co.