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E ST A C A D A . OREGON. TH U RSD A Y. DKCKMBKK 1
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MBS. MILLER IN COUNCIL
ESTACADA STATE BANK
Is Elected to Serve T erm of
SUITE’S FIRST ALDERMANESS
A ccep t* Position end W ill S e rv e in ih *
C o u n cil until J u n e —Fo> m erly O p p
o sed to E q u a l S u ffra g e
Mrs, Myrtle Miller, wife of It. M.
Miller, was elected as a member of
the council at a meeting of that
Irody Tuesday night, to serve the
uuexpiretl term of Alderman Lind- |
On Time Deposits
DAINTY XMAS PRESENTS
We lisve received a shipment of Ireautifnl Ja p
anese wars direct from the land of Cherry
Blossoms. Come and examine them There
are dainty cups and sausers $ 1.7 5 a set; salt
and pepper shakers, gravy Ixiats, etc., front
25 to 8s cents.
CHINA A selection of new ware equal in apfiear-
ance to hand-paiuted china. From 25 cents
to 51.50 each. Nothing more suitable.
FOR THE BOYS
W e have H ohner’s M outh
the 2 5 cent H arm onica
up to the
B low accordéons.
RUGS OF ALL SIZES AND PRICES
ESTAC AD A FU R N IT U R E CO.
W . D . and L . M . Henthom, Proprietors
Odd Fellows Building
D O W
F O R
C A S H !
All streets, roads and lanes lead to this the XMAS STORE
you will think so yourself when you see our Christmas
Without a doubt Mrs. Miller is the
first woman in the state of Oregou!
to be chosen to such a |>ositiju, !
since equal sttflfisge ctniicd.
lias accepted and will >et\e out
f.incsey’s term which expires next
The meeting of the council was j
btief After allowing the bill for
street lighting, Alderman Hawkins
nominated Mrs. Miller to take Lin-;
dsey's place Ma\or Reed put the
motion and she was declared elect- !
while just to whet your appetite here are a few things we
See Our Prize Windows
They are the talk of the town.
by the ladies of the M. E. Church and the Church
Mrs. Miller said she had been
doubtful as to the wisdom of wom
en entering the political arer» but
now that they have been given tie
ballot she believed they should a.-
sunie the burdens and responsibili
ties of government.
“ I don’ t know much about run
ning a city “ she added," but I can
learn. I will do my best to serve
the city's interests and believe the
experience will be worth while,”
Mrs Miller is prominent in the
Kebekah lodge and is past noble
grand and has been delegate several
times to the grand lodge. At pres
ent she is a mem tier of Acme lodge
of Fortland. She is the mother of
K ilg ore-W ilco x W e d d in g
Earl Kilgore of Dodge is the
Progress correspondent from that
Ntction and Springwater, yet he
neglected to turu in an important
item a week <r so ago. Whether
it was modesty or because he was
rattled it is hard to say, but the
fact is that he married Nov. 25, to
Miss Margaret Wilcox, a charming
young woman of Springwater.
Rev. Mr. Aue performed the cer
emony at the home of the grooms
parents, in the presence of relat
ives of the young people.
bride grew to womanhood at Spring-
water is exceedingly popular. The
groom is a hustling ranchman, a
live wire and a crack athlete, bui
as a correspond:-) t he certian'y fe 1
down on one of the most important
news stories of his section.
The annvuneement of the winners of 1st. and 2 nd. prizes
will be posted in our windows.
House Slippers, Hair Receivers, Glove Boxes,
Toilet Set, Hand Bag, Box Kerchiefs, Kid Glov
es, Box Fine Chocolates, Round Oak Range,
W ool Dress Pattern, Gold Inlaid Back Combs,
Auto Scarf, Indian Blanket, Double premium
stamps until Xmas.
P U R E F O O D !D E P A R T M E N T
Many a red package from our Christ
mas stock to Santa Clause. Each red
package containing a remembrance to
Choice Raisins per lb. package
H O L ID A Y
Choice Creams, per 1 lb. box
Latest Importations from Europe’s Factories
Double amount of premium stamps with dolls
Choice Marshmallows, per 1-2 lb. .10
Select Sweet Potatoes, per lb.
Choice Creams per 1-2 lb. box
Extra Choice Cranberries per lb.
Plain mixed per lb.................... .10
Biggest line in town.
Choice ;Mince Meat per package__________
some dear friend or relative.
Extra Choice English Walnuts per lb. 20
Double amount stamps with candy
lbs. for 35
Double amount premimum stamps with each purchase
T O Y -L A N D
M ason* H old Banquet
Installation of officers of the loc
Masonic lodge, took place Tue
Country Shorts, 80s
sday evening at Odd Fellows hall
Country Bran, 60s
Eastern Oregon Club wheat, sack lots, $1.50 pr. 100 or 90c W. R. F, Browne, past master of
ficiating and A 1 Lindsey acting as
marshal The ceremony was wit
at very low price
nessed by invited guests. These
at very low price
weie installed: W. S, Pyle. W. M ;
Dement’s Best Flour,
$4.50 bbl., $1.20 sack
Free city delivery will be made every Thursday afternoon.
Must O. K. Smith, S. W. ; C. W. Devore,
have order not later than Thursday forenoon.
All prices subject to J. W ; E. D. Allen, treas ; Wtn.
change without notice.
Dale, sec.; Jerome Schultz S. D.;
E. E. Saling. J. D. ; B. R. Kimmel,
S. S. ; P. Wagner, J. S, ; Jas. Gutt-
At the Hotel Estacade, where
Col. Lauryy served a fine banquet
C. W. Devore was toastmaster and
talks were made by W. S. Pyle, W.
R. F , Browne, O. E. Smith, S. Mc-
W e will give a souvenir Bedroom lamp,
lean and Miss Eva Wash, the latter
assorted colors, to every Family purchas
representing the Eastern Star.
ing $1 of Christmas Goods at this Store.
F o r m e r ly o p p o s e d S u f fr a g e
Shaving Glasses, Razors, Smoking
M ILL F E E D O F A L L KINDS
J. F. LOVELACE,
Come and absorb a little Christmas spirit; mean
Sets, Tobacco Box, Neck Tie Hol
ders, Safety Razor Sets, Pocket
Bring the children in to see our Toys,
Dolls, Doll Houses, Doll Buggies,
Drums, Tiafns, horses, Hobby Hor
ses, Wheel Borrow, T oy Pianos
Knife, Kodak, Box Cigars, Pipe
and hundreds of other articles for
Notable offering in fancy styles, prices
25 cents to $1.
/■ x X
Christmas Gifts for you
One lamp limited to each Family to pro
tect our regular customers against Trans
ie n ts.
They are worth having.
Livery, Feed & Sale
before the supply is exhausted.
Fine Stationery and Christmas Cards
Neat and Tasty G ifts for All.
W . A.
Good rigs and careful driven always
Hunting and Fishing Parties
WOOD & LUMBER
Local and Long Distance Telephon«
Double the amount of premium stamps with each pur
chase from now until Christmas.
ESTACADA MERCANTILE CO.