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E S T A C A D A . O R E G O N . T H U R S D A Y , O C TO BE R j . i , u
NO. 4 o j V O L . 5
wtek the candidates are trying out
as follows: Center, Harriman and
Havens; left guard; Keith and
right guard. Morgan; left
tackle, Bartlett; right tackle, Wo-
nter; right end, Dale; left cud.
Newman and Gard;quarter, Graham
right half. Sutterfield; left half,
No action taken until dispute settled
P etition to vote w et or dry in
Estacada, ii filed.
Haying arranged with the P. R,
The baekfield is lieavv and has
L. & P. the city council at its meet | considerable speed while the line is
ing Monday night, rescinded its i average in weight, but has good
former order turning off city lights j fighting ability, The team goes
| down the field well on punts and
Alderman Jones made the motion the tackling is improving every day
rescinding the motion he made some T h e team should give a good ac
time ago, turning out the lights. count of itself, if it keel’s digging
Mills seconded and the vote was in.
unanimous for lights, Lindsey join
Timms Cress Again Trip
ing in. Uuderwood and Hawkins
Locals by score, 3 to 1.
Their absence caused postpone
A lot of us folks, around here, as
ment of the ordinance establishing well as Fiddler Bronson and his
the sewer district, until last evening irrepressible assistams, had an idea
The council was fearfully slow gett if we could get another crack at the
ing started, the curfew Lieing rung Timms Cress outfit that we could
before a quorum was present.
collectively trim 'em good and plen
TO KEEP CITY LIGHTS
Council rescinds order turn vyoodle-
ing them off, Oct. 1.
ESTACADA STATE BANK
SALOON ASKS LICENSE MONEY
on Time Certificates
bank will receive contributions to any t
and all national political parties and transmit j
same free of cost, to the proper finance t
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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
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
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CUSS TO ATTEND FAIR
High school students of agri
culture to make trip.
PROBABLY SIXTY IN THE PARTY
W ill be in charge of P rofetsor G u th r ie -
Special rate granted school by
railw ay and the Fair.
In charge of Prof. F. B. G u th rie, in
structor in agriculture, students of the
H igh school and other pupils, a total
probably of 60, w ill leave tomorrow morn
ing for Gresham to attend the M ultno
mah county fair, The class in agriculture
goes to look over the live stock, a spec
ial rate h avin g been granted the visitors
hv the fair m anagem ent. T he P. R. I..
& P. also gave a special rate for the pu
The pupils w ill wear badges, inciden
ta lly , callin g attention to Cascade coun
ty. T h ey w ill return in the evening.
W ith an enthusiasm which au
gurs well for its success, the high
school students are taking the exce
llent agricultural course installed in
the Kstacada high school this year.
Estacada has the honor of having
the first agricultural department in
Saloon a .k . for it .’ m oney.
ty. \Ye have another guess coming
R. P. Parker, a saloon man ap and the answer is 3 to 1. the other Clackamas county second to none
plied for a refund of about a month
way. T h a t’s what the visitors did
In the high schools, the seniors
of his license money still to run,
to us Sunday. Alas and, also alack!
and juniors are taking the course
when the saloons were closed. The
Likewise doggone it-!
. . . .
, in dairying the first semester. This
mayor and council were ready to
Our local oat expert and violinist |
, , . , ,
. course will cover the study of ilairv
return it, hut Parker's partner had
strained his back, luting a sack of ,
assigned the amount to a wholesale shredded wheat in
Uncle John oreeds’ their origin and development
a study of the selection, care and
liquor house, much to Parker’ s sur
Lovelace’ s stock food emporium,
let-ding of the dairy cow, as well as
prise, and the council told Parker
last week and it sure did raise hob
milk testing in the laboratory. This
to straighten out the tangle. William
with the Fiddler's pitching whip
class will inspect nearby dairy herds
Kurasch did not apply for the $1400
He labored hard and although lie
tor this work. The students are
still in the treasury, but will await
doled out 10 hits, passed 4 men and
showing a deep interest prophetic
the actiou of the voiers, Nov. 5,
slammed another in tne medula ob
when the question of wet or dry
longata, lie scattered the ruess
In the sixth, seventh and eight
will be determined. A petition was
around so that, he might have won
grades, the scourse this year in
filed with the county court, Monday
for he whiffed 12. But we simply
cludes agricultural lectures and
having 25 percent of the legal
couldn’ t hit Beatrice Moreland, the
voters of Estacada, asking for a
handsome devil who twirled for the
Prof. Guthrie, agricultural in
vote under the Home Rule law.
Water Cress push. Beatrice was
structor is ready at all times to dis
Only the city is to vote. Ten per
stingy and real mean and out lone i
cuss problems or answer questions
cent of the voters is all that is re
score came from a wild heave by
which concern the farmers and
quired to a petition.
Clarence Bleeg, the demon hack
Im prove W ater W orks.
dairymen of the vicinity.
stop. F. Bittner who reached first
Attorney Joe Hedges acting for
on a resonant one
Mrs. Mary Stubbe, wrote a letter!
. . . .
second and kept right on running
to tile council, asking the council
while the visitors were chasing the J. W . R eed and C. W . W ianer tum ble
to make a proposition as to what it
ball. He lit home.
into C lackam as but crawl out after
will pay for right of way oyer the
Heitsman cracked :i fiinger and 1
Stubbe tract and for riparian rights
gave way to CapLeviticus in the fifth
Neither of them will admit they
Hedges claims diversion ot the
water from the creek, will in time round, Bittner playing second and net.ded it. but both Mayor J, W.
take all the water now going Heits the outfield. Boylan played Reed an(1 C .W . Wisner tcok a bath
a swell game and so did Parks in ¡n qle joy waters of the Clackamas
through the Stubbe tract.
The council is of the opinion that the field. He accomplished the teat |ast Sunday. It was an involuntary
springs on the Stubbe farm will of running down a man between ablution,but none the less thorough
third and home, bv using his head.
J. W. and Jeff were fixing an an
furnish a supply for Mrs. Stubbe’s Simmons held down left field in
stock, even if all of Wade creek is good shape. Heine Cruse managed chor for the lioat house and Jeff
diverted, which would not be the the game and he had one swell time standing on the edge of the boat
case for years to come. T h e matter chewing with the visiting utnp. was trying to drive a spike, while
Once or twice the diamond was full the mayor, with determination
will be taken up later.
of folks, orating right lustily. Ed
spread over his countenance, was
Bartlett arbitrated for us. His
ministerial coat tail has been am attempting to balance the boat
Suddenly leff's feet slipped and he
plunged into 30 feet of water. The
Walter M, Pierce one of Oregon’ s
mayor made a grab tor Jeff or the
ablest orators, has been assigned by
boat house— accounts differ -and
the Democratic Central committee,
J. W. Pattison, well known through took a header into the drink.
to address the voters of Estacada out the northwest as the “ Popcorn
When Jeff's head popped aliove
and vicinity at Estacada. Tuesday King” , has traded his fine fruit ranch
the surface, the mayor was gone.
evening, Oct. 8. Word was receiv of 86 acres in Garfield to George C.
Henderson of Portland and will shortly | Je^ grabbed a log and scrambled
ed by W . A , Heylman, Monday.
re-engage in the jHipcorn and peanut astride it and pretty soon the
The democrats are taking much
business, at which he has amassed a mayor's head shot out, followed by-
interest in the campaign. Mr. Pierce comfortable fortune. Mr. Pattison re- # ,
drawn ” Whoof’ \ as he
is to make five speeches in Clack cently returned from Chicago where he
, , ,
amas county. Posters advertising purchased a » 5.000 automobile pop-corn reaclled for the boat' 1 htn
the meeting will be displayed with stand, which is the only one of the a struggle to get aboard,
kind on the coast. It has a dynamo to
While Jeff sat on the log and
in a few days.
manufacture lights for the electric grinned, the mayor threshed around
signs of the machine and. the interior chllrni„ K the water to a f„am But
is fitted up for all manner of conve
niences in street selling.lt is Mr, Patti he landed all right and then he
First b etw een Estacada and O regon son’s intention to make trips to county paddled out and rescued the
C ity, O ctob er 12. Local squad
fairs, and big gatherings but will do marooned Jeff, although he felt like
rounding into form .
most of his business at Portland.
pushing him off the log, because of
He says he is as confident as ever of Jeff's hilarity.
Estacada’s high scliool football
team will have its first tryout in the the big future of the fruit district, hut
Both had a good scrub, after the
he has heen used to city life always
history- of the school at Oregon City
and simply has to return to it. Mr. ducking.
October 12, at Oregon City. Three Henderson and family are moving in
games are scheduled thus far Ore and will be a valuable addition to the
October • 5 -
gon City Oct. 12; Hillsboro Oct. 26 population of Garfield:
Gresham Noy. 16.
Coach Ford is quite enthusiastic I
over the showing of the men.
has only a limited number to choose :
from and yet the talent is excellent,
considering that most of the men I REMEMBER
never played a game in their lives.
Practice has b-.en steady and there
has been strict observance of train
ing and diet. The men rise at f>
P O P U L A R F IC T IO N .
every morning and take a mile run G IF T B O O K S .
before breakfast. Scrimmage and
M R S . M E A D E ’S B O O K S F O R G IR L S .
signal practice takes place every
H E N T Y & A L G E R B O O K S FO R BOYS.
afternoon, 1 a 111 or shine,
The lineup of the team hasn't We alio have our New Fail Stork of School Hooks and Supplies.
b.-eu settled, various men lieing
ERt RYTH1NG THE STUDENT N EEDS AT PO PU LA R PRICES
tried out at various positions There
is considerable shifting and this
NO CREDIT GIVEN ON SCHOOL BOOKS.
Democrats to have Pierce
Make speech here Oct. 8
Each set has 48 pieces and your choice in either gold
flower, Blue or Pink. An Ornament for your Table
WE HAVE A BIG STOCK OF WALL PAPER AT
LOW PRICES TO REDUCE STOCK.
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M A N Y O T H E R B A R G A IN S
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
Fall & Winter Hints
Mens Fancy Ribbed
Shirts and Drawers
j at 5 0 c . p e r G a r m e n t .
H E A TE R S
$ 1 .4 0 to $ 1 7 . 4 0
Captain Kidd, Boys' Suits
$3.00 to $6.00
Mens’ Wool Shirts
$ 2 .5 0 T O $ 5 .0 0
Boys’ Security School Shoes
$1.50 to $2,50
Estacada Merc Co.
$400 VALUE $400
MAYOR TAKES A Q UIC K BATH
Pattison trades off ranch;
Back to Pop corn Business.
On D in n e r sets the regular FOOTBALL GAMES ARE PLANNED
$5.50 C oo d w in -M e re no for
$i A Y E A R
Would you like this beautiful instrument for a present? We
shall positively give it to one of our customers. This is a present
The 1 lome of Quality
“Oil!r Hat iS S!O tifeiRii €
Not politically, but corrvmrcially. We are
making ROCK BOTTOM PRICES 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 TO O TH H A R R O W S
S U P E R IO R W H E A T D R IL L S
If you—gentle reader—are neeeding any of the articles
mentioned, you will be doing yourself a rank injustice,
if you buy before seeing us
Front Emporium—“God save the Mark”—stands
School Books and Supplies with The open Yellow
arms—unconcealed—awaiting your pleasure.
Just Received, a Big Shipment of
W e love a C heerful B u y e r .
Remember the Yellow Front Emporium and Get the Habit of
Buying at Estacada.
Yellow Front Emporium
McCurdy Lbr. & Hardware Co.