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ESTACADA STATE BANK
Oregon City Editor of Grange
Bulletin Hits Division
1 MAKES UNTRUTHFUL CHARGE
on Tim e Certificates
This bank will receive contributions to any
and all national political parties and transmit
same free of cost, to the proper finance
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ates from the editor C. E. Spence,
an Oregon City resident.
is published at a time when it is
impossible to call the editor to ac
count in his own columns, for the
Bulletin isn't issued again until af
Editor Spence working in con
■ junction with the coterie of county
officials and a group of attorneys
j who have fattened off the county
seat business for years, lias launched
this canard for the purpose of
prejudicing those who are not fa
miliar with the facts.
After H a r v e s t R i n g
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
W all Paper
This store proposes to move stock, preparatory to order
ing next spring’s goods. We have a fine line of attractive i
tems, at IS 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 1 2 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 Living Room.
ES TAC AD A FU R N ITU R E CO.
W. D. and L. M. Henthom, Proprietors
Odd Fellows Building
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E. Sm ith, and the Misses Abbie S tites,
G ertrude Morrow, K itty Keshan, Ra
chael Reed, Mary and M yrtle Woodle,
Jessie Hanna, Glaiiys C arpenter, Gladys
Townsend, Leila Howe, Elva Adams,
Ellen Hicks, Fanning, Fleming, G ra
ham, Lewis. Messrs. A. N. Johnson,
H arrison, Graham , M orton, EvanB, Sut-
terfield, '«Vomer, Dale, Shankland, Mor
gan, Havens, Kandle, Moore. B a rtle tt
FIRST FOOTBALL GAME
Estacada to Meet Vancouver
High Here, Saturday.
For wood fuel 18 weight 1301b. $14.50
“ 20 “
1401b. $ 1551
I55lb. $16 50
GAME STARTS AT 2:30 O'CLOCK
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This is a very handsome air tight
Heater, with heavy cast linings which
are 1 mutilated.
Call in and let us show you our
many styles of heaters.
P R IC E S
IR O N
to win, they are hopeful of holding
The Garfield Reading Circle m et Oc
the visitors to a low score.
tober 3, with Mrs. S. H, Gruber. Good
progress was made with the book now
claiming attention. O ver the teacups next.
Coach Ford believes his men art
the ladies were invited by the hostess
to reply to a few queries which were in good physical condition and fair
se t forth on a type-w ritten page, every ly well equipped to do battle, inex
one present being furnished w ith a
perience being the only handicap
Mrs. A. O. W hitcomb won
special m ention in the contest. Re The game will likely determine the
freshm ents provided ch eer and enjoy j gameuess of the locals.
m ent. O ctober 10 Miss Helen Standish should be a big turnout for the Here
e n te rta in ed the Circle. An added fea locals have to assume the expenses
tu re o f in terest was the reference to
of bringing the team here.
c u rre n t events by several of the ladies.
The surprise of the afternoon was a have worked hard to fit themselves.
The tentative lineup follows:
stra w b erry shortcake served by the
hostess. The next m eeting, which will
Harrimau and Havens, C. O,;
It is to Laugh
be held O ctober 24, will be with Mrs. j Morgan aud Sutterfield
R. G .; For
The ridiculousness of the charge
Bundy. The present volume will be
is very apparent when it is known concluded and plans made for succeed Keith, L. G .: Woodle, R. T .; Bart Cash
lett, L, T ; Dale. R. E ,; Newman
that T. W. Sullivan, an official of ing readings.
the P. R, L & P. and a member ot
the campaign committee of Live
Wires of Oregon City, is doing his
utmost to defeat county division,
J. E. Hedges, an attorney, a legal
representative of the P. R L & P.
in Oregon C ity, is another member
of this committee fighting tooth and
toe nail against Cascade county.
T, B. McBain, head of the Willam
ette Paper and Pulp Co., a big cor
poration of Oregon City, is still an
other adviser of tbe solidarity of
All this is known to Mr. Spence,
but he nevertheless has sought to
create a false impression, largely
because he realiy.es that a fight is
on at Portland between the P. R.
L. & P. and the Northwestern Elec
tric Co. oí San Francisco over iran-
People Subscribe Funds
People of Hast Clackamas, as
well as members of the grange w ho
have gone down iu their pockets
and put up the money to conduct
this campaign, condemn emphati
cally the unfair and untruthful
statement ot the Bulletin. This
movement was started in good faith
and for reasons which Oregon City
has never attempted to answer.
To begin now by misrepresenta
tion, not to call it by the “ shorter
and uglier word" will^not avail,
although it is realized here that un
due advantage has been taken
among a prominent and fair minded
element of Oregon’s citizenship —
If the Bulletin's only objection to
the creation of Cascade county, is
the old bugaboo of corporation dom
ination, the members of granges
will detect the insincerity of the ed
itor and recognize the justness of
division and vote for it.
In honor of her nephew, Don N ew
man, Miss Maude S turgeon and her
m other, last Friday night, entertained
a large company of friends a t her
home. Games w ere played, one of
the featu res being a mock tria l in
which the guest of honor was a prisoner,
Rev. W. R. F. Browne, judge, Mal-
eomb Woodle, prosecuting atto rn ey and
Principal B. F. Ford, atto rn ey for d e
fendant. Newm an was charged with
disturbing the peace a t 4 o ’clock in the
m orning training for the football team .
B ut in the tria l another issue was
brought in to prove bias on the p a rt of
W omer. It developed there w ss riv al
ry over a girl and a t the finish Judge
Browne found both Newman and Wo
m er guilty and sentenced them to fight
a duel, blindfolded, towels as weapons.
| The trial created much am usem ent.
R efreshm ents w ere served ss a conclu
sion to a m ost enjoyable evening.
Rev. and Mrs.
Browne, Mr. and Mrs. Ford, Mrs, O.
JandGard, L. E ; Graham, Capt.
| and Q ; Womer, R, H.; Morton
The Bible School of the First I and Evans, L H .; Fellows. K. B,
Christian church, which is now
holding merger services witn the Maxmeyer’s Stars Take
church aud has a Bible study class
Estacada Down, 9 to 1
of 30 meeting Wednesday evenings,
held its election last Sunday with
Without straining either his good
the following result: D. S. Flem
arm or his mentality beyond
ing. supt.; Mable Ingram, sec ;
Gladys Townsend, enrollment sec.; ] the breaking point, Richard Max-
Lee Bronson, «reas ; -Mrs. D. S. meyer, an eccentric southpaw who
Fleming, adult supt.; Mrs. A. has been hired and fired out of a
Morrow, junior supt ; Mrs. W. half dozen teams in the league this
Givens, primary supt ; Miss Ger last summer, blew in with an able
trude Morrow, organist; Mrs, Fred bunch of assistants Sunday and put
the damper on the locals, 8 or 9 or
North, cradle roll supt,
to to 1. Anyhow they licked us
Portland Preachers at
plenty and then some. It was easv
The Springwater Church picking, too, for our folks played
some mighty weird ball.
Special meetings at Springwater
was anybody who didn’t offend he
church are to begin shortly to which
can establish an alibi by applying
everyone is welcome.
to any of the fans who saw the
prominent ministers are to speak
and there is much interest iu the
I Earl Schultz, the one-time pros
pective bridegroom, was the boy
The schedule follows:
who straightened out one of Max’ s
Oct. 21-22: Rev. Thomas Wal
scoops for a home run, a pippin
ker of Calvary Presbyterian church.
over the left fence. That was our
Oct 23: Rev. T. PL Snyder,
only run. We did sting Richard
Piedmont Presb. church.
occasionally, but our pallid heroes
Oct. 24: Rev. R. N. McLean of
immediately tried to hit ’ er out, in
Annabel Presb. church.
stead of waiting, with the result
Oct. 25: Rev. John H. Boyd of
they whaled away at balls wild as a
First Presb. church, formerly of
basted Max for a triple, and then
Champion Radish of U. S.
couldn't score, although he was
is Raised by Shankland first mau up.
Fiddler Bronson was stung occa
Looking more like a young suit sionally but it wasn't much use
case than what it really is, a radish ! pitching his arm off anyway.
weighing with the top 31 pounds
and without top 29^ pounds. 31
inches in circumference and 22
inches long, was brought to The
Progress by R. S. Shankland of
Morrow this week. The vegetable
is almost too gcod to be true, but it
W. A. JONES
is the real goods all riRlit.
Good rigs and careful drivers always
crowd examined it and it is still an
object of curiosity at the Palace
Meat Market where Fred Jorg has G iven H u n tin g and F ish in g Parties
hung it up alongside a defunct calf.
WOOD & LUMBER
The world has to go some to beat
Local and L o n g Distance Telephone
Shankland on this,
WITH CAST LININGS
Alleges P. R. L. A P. is Prom otor of
The opening ball of the season under Visitors Belong to Fastest High School
Cascade, Despite Fact Official of
Company Locals Have Their Try
the auspices of the ladies of Estacada,
Company is Fighting Division.
took place S aturday a t the Pavilion and
out Against a Strong Team.
was attended by a good crowd. A most
Indignation and resentment in no enjoyable occasion it proved the floor
In good condition and anxious [
being in excellent condition, the floor
uncertain terms have been expressed
to try out against their first oppon
m anagem ent, under the direction of
by members of the granges, since Messrs. Adix, B a rtle tt, Rued, Beltils, ents, the Estacada high school tuot-
the receipt here of the Pacific Standi«)) and Saiing being especially 1 ball team is ready for the game
Grange Bulletin, an editorial of efficient. The music by the Estacada Saturnay afternoon at 2:30 when
which asserts that the P. R. L. & orchestra pleased. The refreshm ent I they clash with the Vancouver,
P. is the promotor of the Cascade booth was in charge of Mesrumes Reed, Wash., high. The latter team is
Adix, Sparks, Yonce, Lindsey, Currin,
county movement. The yarn, it is Ewing, who with Mrs. McCurdy and one of the strongest in this territory
almost unnecessary to say, eman others were patronesses o f the affair. aud while the locals hardly expect
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I Stand 3 Hot Irons and I Cold Handle
ONE BOOK OF STAMPS
cr on Sale at $2.00
Estacada Merc. Co.
Bible School has Election.
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Paint that will add beauty and refinement to your
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