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E ST A C A D A . OREGON. TH U R SD AY, OCTOBER 31. 1912
NO. 8 OP VOL. 5
iison and Mias Harriet Jellisonof Port
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land, Ur. and M rs. H . V. Adi*
E. LaF ollette.
ESTACADA STATE BANK
CAPITAL - $25,000
Mass Meeting of Divisionists
Pass Strong Resolution«.
ASK COURT TO RETURN MONEY
T h u Refer« to S u m Appropriated O ut
of Taxpayer« to Fight Now County-
May Invoke Corrupt Practi«#« A ct.
W e Pay*
At a mass meeting of Cascade
county advocates at Boner’ s theatre,
Tuesday, attended by represents
tives of practically every precinct
in the section, strong resolutions
were passed calling for legal advice
to determine whether suit may be
brought to compel the Clackamas
county court to put back in the
treasury $449.05 appropriated to
fight division In 1910 and $143 43
The story published last week by
The Progress had been read by al
most every person in the theatre
and the resolutions which were re
ported by George EpfWMu of
Sandy, J. S. Johnson *4 B a o i
and C. C. Miller of Vlo»«, were
mittee on investigation is composed
of prominent ranchers, as follows:
J. A. Randolph, Viola; John Stor-
> 4 "NM
mer, Spring water; George Upper-
son, Sandy; C. C. Miller, Viola;
H. F. Gibson, Barton; Adolph Mil
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h * * * * * * * * * * * ler, George and J. Meiliki, El wood
They are empowered, also to de
termine whether law can be found
to prosecute under corrupt practices
act both the court and the Oregon
City Commercial club members who
solicited funds from the court.
J. A. Randolph of Viola was
chairman of the meeting and P. F.
Standish of Garfield, secretary. Be
fore the county court matter came
This store proposes to m ove stock, preparatory to order
up encouraging reports were heard
ing next spring's goods. W e have a fine, line of attractive
from every precinct.
atteras, at 15 to 3 5 cent« a roll; were 20 to 4 5 cents,
on Time Certificates
This bank will receive contributions to any
and all national political parties and transmit
same free of cost, to the proper finance
Only Paper in
Get ready for W inter by securing one of our W arm R ugs,
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.
C osy rocking chairs for the L iving R oom .
ESTACADA FURNITURE CO.
W . D . and L . M . Henthom, Proprietors
Odd Fellows Building
M ay Condemn Route Over
Stubbe Tract for W ater.
A s m first step toward improving
the water system of Estacada the
city council at a special meeting,
Friday night, passed a resolution
to begin condemnation proceedings
to take the main across the Mary
Stubbe land above the intake. Ac
tion was taken as a result of the ap
pearance before the council of Prof.
F. B. Guthrie, bead of the agricul
tural department of the high school,
who told of an investigation the
physics class made recently of the
system. It was suggested a filter
might do temporarily, but the coun
cil would like to follow out the plan
of using pipe from the intake to a
second reservoir to be established
above the Stubbe farm.
The council ordered the return to
Parker St Wilkinson, saloon men,
of $158, same being for licenae time
■ till to run when the city was de
The council met Tuesday to in
spect plans and specifications for
the new sewer district and the as
sessors will get busy immediately
Mayor Reed and Alderman Lind-
aey, Underwood, Mil's and Haw
kins were present at both meetlugs.
Onr dubbing rates will help you
to save money.
ADDITION NEWS BRIEFS.
Mrs. W. A. Heylman attended
the Ladies of the Maccabees ban
quet at Portland, last Tuesday
Judge Samuel White, an orator,
will speak for the democrats next
Monday night, taking the place of
Harry Lane, who is compelled to
campaign in Portland.
Notice for Licciue.
Notice It hereby given that the undersigned. Hen
ry Raymond, will make application at tha first meet
ing of the city council of Estacada. Oregon, after
November I t . 19 12, for a license to aell at retail In
toxicating beverages, including vinous and malt
liquor« In the City of Estacada for the year 1912-13.
Said sale of liquors Is to be conducted In a building
located on lot 2. block 4. City of Estacada.
Raymond Makes Statement
T o the T axpayers and Voters o f Ea-
tarada: I f I am granted a license I
propose to operate in a building located
at the com er o f Main and Second
streets, known as the Michaels building.
1 propose to put a partition through the
center o f the building using the front
part as a liquor stone and the rear end
for a bar with main entrance on Second
street, thus avoiding tha nuisance o f
the main business thoroughfare and out
o f sight o f people going to and from
the depot. I f the license is granted it
will add to the c ity 's finances, also
avoid a heavy tax. which otherwise will
have to be paid and restore all trade
that now goes to Oregon City, Sandy
and other places tributary to Estacada.
I guarantee to run a first class place.
(Paid Advertisem ent.)
Grows First Class Cora
on Place Across the River
Clark Denny who owns a tract of
land across the Clackamas has been
experimenting with white dent corn
the past four years and has had
good success, this season picking
over 23 bushels from a half acre,
after feeding his stock out of the
patch a month,
Mr. Denny brought to The Pro
gress office several stalks each bear
ing a 9 inch ear of fully matured
corn. The stalks were 9 and 10
feet high. He also brought a sam
ple of pop corn which thrives well.
Mr. Denny is firmly of the belief
that corn can be made a big crop
in the Estacada country and next
year will plant several acres.
CASCADE WAGON STARTS
A t the
and M in H a rriet Jettison o f Portland,
entertained at d im e r Mr. and Mrs. C.
C . Baling. M r. and M r«. E. E. S alln f,
Rev. Browne Speaks Up.
A lter the service o f on e term as Coun
ty Assessor o f Clackamas County, I have
concluded to seek the election for the
il term . I ask that you investigate
m y past record and should it meet your
pproval I would appreciate your support
the regular election in November.
In conclud ing my first term o( office,
I take this opportunity to thanjc you on
behall o f m yself and corps of deputies,
for the many courtesies shown us. W e
have worked hard to m ake a fair and
im partial assessment of property and
have constantly been untile to feel that
our labor has lieen appreciated.
A report has come to the writer that
he is afraid and dare not publicly state
his opinions regarding the question o f
license or non license o f the saloons in
Estacada. That because o f tho adher
ence o f certain people to the M . E.
church, who are supposed to be in favor
G ive me a trial and rest assured you
will be dealt with honestly.
E. D. ALLEN
c ip le to ha c o rra c t."
B y W U I H . D a l y , Prssidsnt, Oregsa
Stute Federation o f I-ubor : “ .No argu
ment eaa successfully combat tho Weusdt
to the stats that will follow the adoptioa
of the m illags tax piali.”
E a d s n s d b y P s r lla n d T u
a rs L sa g n a .
Phone, Main 112
(THESE NUMBERS WILL
Bill preparad by committee o f Qovsr-
Commission, Hoards of Regents,
and administrativa officesn o f the twe
las ti tati one.
3 IM Q L E T A X IN O R E G O N
f \ Q\A/
W . K. NRWKLL
cn aiB M ax o r a o v a a n a a 'a C o m m ission
Livery, Feed & Sale
A g a i n s t SincÀeTax
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S TA B LE
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JO N E S
C la c k a m a s
PR O PR IET O R
Good rigs and careful drivers always
Hunting and Fishing Parties
Secure Your Winter Reading
the Place — TH E
PLANING M ILL STAND!
B y E~ R . « I t w s a , Stato Saperia
tendent Publia Instruction : “ Expórtenos
In other states shows m illag« hill prim
are guaranteed to be as represented.
The Bill is endorsed by O s i w a l l
W e s t ! “ This Bill is In the Inter*«» ef
good business nod should pass.”
T o Benjamin E. Joy, the above
In the name o f the State o f Oregon,
you are hereby required to appear and I
answer the complaint filed agairat you
in the above entitled court and cause,
on or b e fo re Friday the 29th day of
N ovem ber, A . D. 1912, and if you fail
so to appear and answer, the plaintiff
for w ant thereof will apply to the c o u r t:
for the relief prayed for in the c o m -!
plaint, which is that the marriage now
existing between you and the plaintiff
be forever dissolved.
A ll of first class quality and weights
S U M M O N S FO R P U B L IC A T IO N
In the Circuit Court o f the S tate o f Ore.
F O R T H E C O U N T Y OF CLACK AM AS
Elgivia M . Joy
Benjam in E . Joy,
or on Sale at $2.00
Estacada Merc. Co.
II rspaala tha « « « « . « —
alty ap pro priation M il.
I Cold Handle
and Chicken Feed.
It provides six-tenths of a mill tax for
support o f Agricultural College and Uni
versity of Oregon, giving them peruio-
sen t support snd taking them out ol
ittle«. It also provides one Hoard of
i n t o , thus solving tho prohlemo of
eo-operetloa, consolidation, division of
sourtee and economy o f ■ninngeiuoah.
J. E. JACK
of our Discount Family
I am handling a full line of Grain
Vote for Millage Bill
Number 320 X Yes
____________IM 4 Advartlsamant.]
NEW FEED STORE !
IR O N
more so than his accusers.
y / . R. F. B R O W N E .
fo r A sse sso r.
This summons is served upon you by
publication order o f the Hon. J. U .
Cam pbell, Judge o f the Circuit Court
o f the S tate o f Oregon, for Clackamas
County, which order is dated October 16,
1912. The date o f the first publication
o f this summons is October 17, 1912,
and the last publication Novem ber
PR IC ES $1.25 & UP.
Begiuing Friday, Nov. 1, there
will be staff work in all the degrees. o f saloons, he dare not make a public
stand. The writer once and for all
Work in the Initiatory degree will states that he intends to vote against
be put on Friday evening. Nov. 1. license, and will use all legitim ate
Lodge opens each Friday evening
_ m eans in his power to prevent sam e.
Degree work 1 but does not intend to be used as a
at 8 o’clock sharp
at 8:30. A large attendance is de “ catspaw to pull the chestnuts out o f
the fire for the m onkey.”
when it comes to a real vote, the writer
O. E. S m i t h , Noble Grand.
will be found to be as loyal or perhaps
C is d iA lt
Call in and let us show you our
many styles of heaters.
effectively advertising the county
The oxen ate intelligent animals
and obey the line and bitt as well as
horses and make their four miles an
hour without trouble. Bert Byers
is along as pilot and booster for Here is one of the many new ones
I Stand 3 Hot Irons and
Cascade. The wagon is a typical
schooner such as early Oregonians F O R O N E B O O K O F S T A M P S
used to cross the plains.
Men and women dressed in costumes
WOOD & LUMBER
CROSS A N D H A M M O N D
o f before the w ar and so frazzled that
Local am! Long Distance Telephone
Attorneys for Plaintiff
a scarecrow would have hesitated be
fore accepting the raim ent, thoroughly
enjoyed a “ hard tim es p arty’ ’ held by
the ladiea o f the Christian church last
Thursday evening at the I. O . O . F.
hall. A big crowd took in the cafeteria
luncheon served by the ladle« and after
A « the newspaper man i« ro prona to exclaim ,
“ Now is the Time to Sub
the tabiee had been cleared away a s c r ib e " for any and all o f your favorite periodicals and publications.
grand march waa organised, which the
W e have them and can give you clubbing rates and secure them for you
judges, W . Givens, A l Lindsay and U .
S. Morgan viewed. A s a result they cheaper than you can yourself and save you expense and the risk o f sending.
picked out the pooreat dressed couple«
who receivRi prizes. Mr*. A l Havens Let U» renew your subscription.
Subscribe through this Agency.
and Edwin Bates won for adults and
Thelma Eschleman and Joe M arks for
W e have Review o f Reviews, W om an’s Hom e Companion, Ladiea Home Jour«
G am es and singing were
nal. Cosmopolitan, M cClure’s, Popular Mechanic«, All Story, Popular, Saturday
other features o f the evening's enjoy
Evening Post, in fact any and all of the best publications.
M r. and Mra. C. C . Saling at their
home in Currinsville last week had as
dinner guesta M r. and M rs. W . D . Jel-
This is a very handsome air tight
Heater, with heavy cast linings which
B. Lee Paget, Prohibitionist can
didate for the United States Senate
addressed a good crowd here Satur
day afternoon, in the interests of
Mr. Paget made
bis position on tho subject of pro
gressive legislation clear, insisting
that he stood not only for naiion
wide prohibition bat for all practi
cal progressive measures, stating
his sincere belief that on this plat
form, he was going to receive a
splendid endorsement trom the peo
ple in the shape of votes.
For wood fuel 18 weight 1301b. $14,50
“ 20 “
1401b. $1 55)
<< it 22 *•
1551b. $16 50
N(GK SCHEEL IS AT THE HELM
T he Ladies Aid o f the Eagle Creek Catch* Saga« Originated by O r. Adia
church held their semi-monthly m a tt
and Painted by Rev. Browne Adver-
ing at the home o f Mrs. Iloyce Isat
tiae Need of County Diviuon.
A very pleasant after
noon was spent, nearly every member
“ Our Roads are Rough;
present and tw o new ones added to the
Our Traveling T ough;
list. A ll showed • very lively interest,
Give U s Y our Votes,
which promises good for the growth of
Please, T h a t’ s Enough.”
the society. Officers were elected for
the coming year aa follows:
M rs. 1
Vote 318 X Y e s for Cascade County,
Strahl, president, Mra. M. C. Glover, l uss T axes, Better Roads anil Schools
vice-president; Mra. G arrett, treasurer; an(j p rogreHS
M rs. Rose Suter, secretary.
is also planning a baxaar to be held in
Cascade County’ s prairie schooner
W ilb ern ’a halt N ov. 22nd.
A fine with Nick Sched of Bissel driving
chicken supper will not be the least on
an ox team, ‘ Buck and Bright,’’ is
the program and everyone will be wel
com e, from the oldest to the youngest. now at Portland giving the people
E fforts will he made to make tho affair of that city a chance to see old time
both profitable and amusing to all. Fur methods of travel and incidentally
ther notice to appear later.
Paget Makes Speech.
WITH CAST LININGS
Prairie Schooner, Ox Team
M r. and M rs. J. A . Somer and Mr*. L.
E. Beifils. A n hour at card* followed,
W rite in Given«' Name.
W. Givens, who was nominated
for justice of the peace at the pri
mary, has been notified bis name
will not appear on the ballot be
cause he failed to send in an accept
ance, after he bad been nominated
by writing in his name.
is .that a petition should have been
circulated for bim, thus eliminating
an acceptance. He was notified
that he had been nominated and
supposed that an acceptance was
unnecessary. All persons desiring
to vote for him, should-write in his
name next Tuesday.
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