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E ST A C A D A . OREGON. TH U R SD A Y . OCTOBER io. i y i 2
b, iug made, The following officers
were elected for theellMiing year.—
Pres. Mrs. Howard James; Vice
Pres, M rs.J.W . Reed; Treas. Mrs.
Jas Somer; Sec. Mrs. W. R. F.
Com. on work Mrs.
Hughes, Mrs. McLean. Mrs. Dale.
Com. on Church Decoration. Mrs
Lewis, Mrs. Bel fils, Mrs. Mattoon.
Social and Visiting, Mrs. Kaake,
Mrs. Somer, Mrs. Womer. Mrs.
Reed, Mrs. VV, H. Mattoon. A r
rangements were made to hold the
Annual Ba/aar and Supper, Dec 6.
The next meeting will be at Mrs.
Womer's Wednesday, Oct. 16 im
mediately after dinner,
IE, BY 3 TO 1
County Division w i n s i n
Gresham Fair straw vote.
ESTACADA STATE BANK
I HEADQUARTERS ARE OPENED
W e Pay”
on Tim e Certificates
This bank will receive contributions to any :
and ail national political parties and transmit -
same free of cost, to the
proper finance j
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
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Only Paper in
W e have them, all sorts,and at prices that will surprise you
W e buy direct from Manufacturer, thus iaving 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
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W all Paper
This store proposes to move stock, preparatory to order
ing next spring’s goods. W e have a fine line of attractive
atterns, at 15 to 35 cents a roll; were 20 to 45 cents,
Get ready for Winter by securing one of our Warm Rugs,
Prices $15 to $23, for the 9 x 12 kind.
Smaller rugs $2.50 to $4.50
Special Beds $10.75, cream or brass finish.
Blankets, cotton or woolen, Bedding.
Cosy rocking chairs for the Livin g Room.
ESTAC AD A FU R NITU RE CO.
W . D. and L. M. Henthom, Proprietors
Odd Fellows Building
W ill be maintained ufttil after election
W ilton, woman tliffrage and anti
tingle tax win in atraw vote.
Cascade county was a winner in the
straw vote, 3 to 1, conducted by the
Gresham Outlook, during the Multno-
mach Co. fair at Gresham last week.
Out of about 500 votes, so far counted,
county division secured 3H0. Woodrow
Wilson, for president, won 2 to 1 over
Tuft and Roosevelt; women suffrage is
ahead 2 to 1 and single tax was beaten
overwhelmingly, according to a mess
age over long distance phone to The
Counting has not been finished, ow
mg to a press o f work in the Outlook
County division headquarters in
charge of W. F. Cary and E. W. Bart
lett have been opened at the corner of
Broadway and Second and will be main
tained until after election. From every
quarter comes encouraging reports of
S O C IA L F U N C T IO N S .
Mrs. A. C. Whitcomb will entertain
the Garfield Dorcas Society Oct. 17, at
2 P. M. during which time election of
officers will take place. Ladies are re
quested to come prepared to give quo
tations relating to birthdays. Meinoers
are urged to complete articles for
bazaar and send them to Mrs. H. G.
Trowbridge before the November meet
ing if possible. Mrs. F. L. Burdy, Secy.
In honor of Mrs. W. T. Wright of
Roseburg, her step-mother, -Mrs. I„ E.
Belfils entertained at her home Friday
evening. The company played “ 5t )”
at four tables, awards for high scores
going to Mrs H. V. Adix for la .¡es and
G. E. I.aFollettc for gentlemen. Nice
were served and a
throughly enjoyable evening was round
ed out with music.
aside from the host and hostess and
guest of honor were: Messrs and Mes-
dames, Reed, Adix, Sparks, James,
Currin, E. E. Sating, and G. E. I.a-
Members o f PiDelta Kappa a high
school frat..society of Portland, held a
banquet and dance in Estacada, last
Thursday evening. The party which
numbered close to 75 arrived from the
city shortly before 6 o’clock, and the
banquet was served at 7 o ’clock by Col.
I.aurry. Following this, the dance of
14 numbers began at the Pavilion,
music being furnished by a Portland
orchestra, which accompanied the par
ty. The Pavilion had been beautifully
decorated with frat and high sehool
colors, intersperced with Oregon grape
and ferns, a committee of high school
people having preceded the party here
for that purpose. The dance closed
shortly before midnight.
Mr. and Mrs. A1 Lindsey Jast Wed
nesday evening, entertained at cards,
quite a number o f their friends. Five
hundred was the principal form of
amusement, six tables participating.
Mrs. A. K. Morton was rewarded for
best score for ladies and Mr, C. C. Sal-
ing won the gentlemens’ prize. Follow
ing this, delicious refreshments were
served. Afterward the company en
joyed informal music and impersonat
ions. Those present were; Messrs and
Mesdames; Currin, Standlsh, Reed,
Adix, E. E. Saling, H. M. James, C. C.
Saling, Sparks, McCurdy, Belfils, Mrs.
A. K. Morton and Mrs. W. T. Wright
o f Roseburg, and G. E. LaFollette.
The boys o f class No. 5 o f the M. E.
church Sunday school were given a
pleasant outing by their teacher, Mrs.
J, W. Reed at the E. E. Saling ranch
in Currinsville. Football was played,
the cider mill worked and after an en
joyable lunch of wienes, corn and pota
toes cooked over a camp fire, the happy
participants came home, voting the Hay
and the teacher all right.
those present were: Phil Adams.
Russell Reed, Paul Frazier, Frank
Somer, Joseph Demoy, Elmer Sutter-
field, Morley and Cecil Brown, Mrs. E.
E. Saling, Mrs. Browne and the pastor.
$i A Y E A R
OCRATS HOLD RALLY
S U P E R IO R
W alter M. Pierce talks for
Wilson and Marshall.
WITH C A S T LIN IN G S
GOOD CROWD IN ATTENDANCE
For wood fuel 18 weight ijo lb . $14 ,5 0
1401b $ 15 50
1551b $ 1 * 5 0
This is a very handsome air ti^ht
Heater, with h e a v y cast linings which
Call in and let us show you our
many styles of heaters.
P R IC E S
IR O N
$ 1 . 2 5 8c U P .
Oregon Agricultural college and the Here ¡s one of the many new ones of our Discount Family
University at Eugtne separate.
The hall was decorated with flags and !
I S tcH ld
l i o t IfO ilS
d il(l I C o ld
pictures Of the candidates. Mr. Heyi ! F O R O N E B O O K O F S T A M P S
man had Mr. Pierce and Judge Beatie
as guests at his home.
STUDENTS SEE GRESHAM FAIR
About 70 accompany Prof. Guthrie, Fri
day W ear Cascade county badge»
and boost division.
on Sale at $2.00
Estacada Merc. Co.
Practically all the members of the
high school, as well as perhaps 30
of the pupils iu the grades and se
veral teachers went to Gresham last
F’ rid ay to attend the fair which that
hustling citv closed Saturday. The
Parent -T e e 'h
attendance for the week was not up
to be held at F.agle Creek. to expectations due partly to incle
Supervisor 1 1 M. James of this ment weather thé early part, of the
week, but it was a good show and
district will preside at a Parent
Teachers meeting to lie held at the Estacadatis enjoyed tt.
The Outlook took a straw vote on I
Iiagle Creek school house next
Saturday, October 12. The pro president, single tax, women suff
gram includes music by the school, rage and Cascade county aud the
and talks as follows: Miss Vinnie ! Presence °f 80 niany boosters for
Hewitt, supervisor of 1st district, IdivisioD’ rollsed 8reat interest in
"Prim ary Busy work;’ Supervisor tlle Pro!'osed county. Besides, there
Calavan, "Discipline;” Prot. F. B j was B. O. Boswell, who did stre-
Guthrie of Estacada, "Agriculture” I uuous work for the cause ably as-
Superintendent G a ry .“ High School sisted hy E ' VV BarUctt’ Ulaude
fund law .” Dinner will be served | Devore- H' M' Ja;nes and olhers
They distributed literature and
hy the ladies of Eagle Creek
talked steadily for divis o 1. Mr,
Vote on Local Option here
I Boswell put in a good deal of Ins
Nov. 5, on separate Ballot time throughout the fair helping
The county court lias ordered an the cause along and his work bore
W ould you like this beautiful instrument for a present? W e
election under local option to be fruit.
The visitors generally were en shall positively give it to one of our customers. This is a present
held in F'stacada. November 5, in thusiastic for C tscade county and
response to a petition recently tiled Gresham and vicinity will undoub
containing 33 names, The court tedly give a good majority for divis
orders a separate ballot to he pre ion, according to those who have
pared anti residents of Estacada, campaigned there.
when applying at the polls, election
You aud your children are
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I h e h o m e o f Q u a lity
option ballots as well as a regular superior glasses eye safe and price
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and you have the hemfitof his skill
Order of Eastern Star
professional guidance and more
begins with 40 members. than 20 years experience as an ex
clusive vision specialist. Consult
A s soon as a dispensation arrives,
him in Dr. Adix office, Tuesday
application having already been
Not politically, but cormurcially. We are
made, an order of the Eastern Star,
$ 40 0 V A L U E $400
“Our Hat is in the Ring”
an auxiliary of the Masonic lodge,
will be organized in Estacada.
The names of more than thirty
persons, eligible to membership
have been forwarded and the:e are
ten or fifteen more in sight. Those
hack of the organization say the
Eastern Star will have too members
before a year is passed. It is likely
the Portland Eastern Star officials
will start the new lodge here.
W . A.
Good rigs and careful drivers always
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S U P E R IO R W H E A T D R IL L S
Hunting and Fishing Parties
WOOD & LUMBER
Local and Long Distance Telephone
Mrs. C. C. Saling was the center of
a surprise party, Tuesday when a num
ber of her women friends called upon
her and spent the day. All had a jolly !
time. Those present were: Mesdames, 1
Sparks, Adix, Currin, Reed, James,
Lindsey, Morton, Belfils, McCurdy and
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Single tax is rapped by Stevens County
democratic candidates present and
two make speeehes.
Before an audience which comfortably
filled Boner's theater, Tuesday night,
Walter M. Pierce, a democratic orator,
spoke entertainingly for Wilson and
Marshall and democratic principles. Ac-
companylng him here were Clackamas
county democratic candidates, including
Sheriff Maas, Assessor Jacks, County
Judge Beatie; M. E. Gaffney, candidate
for recorder; P. F. Novner, candidate
M. E. S. School prepares
I for legislature; and J. D
for a Busy Season. speaker for the anti-single taxers.
Rallv Day exercises and promo W. A. Heylman, county committee
man presided and introduced the speak
tion of the classes will be h»ld at
ers. Sheriff Mass and Assessor Jacks
the M, K Church, next Sunday spoke first and presented their claims
morning, at io a. m. A program for re-election in a creditable manner.
has been prepared and a cordial in- Then came Mr. Pierce who eulogized
vitation is extended to the public to " ' * son’ criticised republican tarriff
making and predicted democratic vic
Incidentally he rap;>ed single
The following gfficers and teach- tax and called it confiscation o f lands.
ers were elected at the annual meet J. D. Stevens followed with an attack
ing: Snpt. Prof. B., F. Ford; Asst. on single tax and Mr. Pierce again ad
Mrs. Reagan; Secy, Mary Woodle: dressed the audience asking it to vote
against the millage bill thus keeping
Treas. Mrs. Smith; Asst. Sec. Alva
Adams; Organist. Rachel Reed;
Snpt. of Primary Dept. Miss Eva
Wash, with four teachers. The
Misses Ellen Hicks. Laura Stormer
Myrtle Woodle and Miss Fanning;
Men's Bible Class, Rev. A. Demoy
Women’s Bible Class, Mrs. Hannah
Voting Mens class Prof. Guthrie;
Young Women's class, Mrs. Reagan
Senior Bov’s class. Hurley Fellows;
Intermediate Bovs' class, Mrs.Reed
Junior Boys' class. Malcolm Wood
le, Harry M argan; Senior Girls
class, Mrs. Smith; Junior Girls
class, Mis a Reagan
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