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Notice (or Levy of Special goad Tax
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Thursday. December 12. 1412
ASK LEGISLATURE FOR HELP
R an ch ers w an t all C la c k am as county
p recin cts to jo in petition fo r a l
lo w ing cattle to run.
e n v N E W S B R IE F S
H O. Huntington <>! Eagle Creek,
was in town WeduesJay.
II G. Tro vbridge the GatfieUl
merchant made a business trip to
Portland this week.
Henry Cromer, road superviser of
Spring water, hauled out a load ol
feed this week.
would be staffed soon And it w as
for llti* w tik file addition was fin
ished with p tn h 6 by 30 and a
horse shed 20 Hv 60 feet in the
rear. The club will celebrate Sat
urday evening with a dance. And
alter the road meeting, Dec 21.
there will be music and a social
A. N. Johnson
Mrs. J. W. Heed
B. O. Boswell
L. M. Henthorn
J. S. McCurdy
H. V Adix
W F. Cary
J. F. Lovelace
J. A. Soiner
\V. M Yonsce
R. G. Marchbank
D. B. Eshleman
J. W. Reed
A. E. Sparks
W. D. Henthorn
R. B. Kimntel
R. \V. Cary
L. E. Belfeila
J. V. Barr
B. O Sarver
G. 11. Li. 1)thorn
The high school athletic associa
tion has fitted up the building,
formerly ocupied by Lailutt s jew
elry store, and here practice games
at basketball will lie held until a
more suitable building is found.
From 2 2 to 14 men are trying
for the team. If the patrons of the.
school district can agree tomorrow
Patronize your home merchants.
night to put up a building for next
have it - good fresh vege
years industrial classes, the athletes
Go and >ee them
will have a place to play agaiust
Starting among ranchmen and
Mi>s Tressie Hick* has been qtt-
farmers of the loss thickly popnl.il
ed part of CHckamas county, whoj 'te
“ I u severe e°l'l an<l tonsihtis
are hard hit by the recent law for- *1 *ler home this week,
bidding tne running at Urge of
Mrs. M. H. Evans visited Mr.
stock, petitions are to be circulated and Mrs R. M, Standish at Pott-
in every precinct in the county, a* j land, over Sunday,
king the legislature to assist in the
Mr. and Mrs. Al Lindsey, shortly
revocation of the law, thus permit after the first of the yt-ur will move
ting horses and cattle to pasture to Portland to reside. Mr. Linds y
Hogs are to be has secured a position there.
At the High School last week in
The petitions are to be placed in
FOK R E N T —Two 5 room cott
the hands of Representatives F. M. a contest. Malcomb Woodle, Harry
ages, city wn’ er. electric lights and
S O C IA L FU N CTIO N S.
Gill or Chris Schuebel, providing the
bath. Inquire Dr. Adix.
Mr. and Mrs Lee Bronson, tec-
lattei is recovered from an attack of Fellows were chosen to represent
ently married, were the receipiiiits
Notice for Levy of Special Road Tax.
typhoid by the time the legislature the institution in the state debate.
Miss Helen Bartlett who is att of a royal welcome by their many
Notice is liereh> given that we, the un-
The new law works a tremendous ending a ladies school at Pala Alto, friends. Monday evening at the d ersigned taxpayers representing U n
hardship on ranchers in the less Cal , will spend the holidays with home of the groom's parents. Mr. per cent, of the taxpayers in R oad D is
thickly populated part of the her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bartlett. and Mrs Charles Bronson. About trict N<*. 9, C la ck am as cou n tv, O regon,
forty young |>eopie quietly congreg hereby giv e n otice to the ta x p a ye rs of
county. Pasturage is confined to the
A. G. Ames is now employed by
road d istrict N o . 9 that there w ill be u
ranches and stock cannot roam the the Deep Creek Logging Company ated and marched to the house m eetin g of ta x p a y e rs of said d istrict in
free ranges. Beef is likely to go up and will likely remain with the
the school house at G eo rge on th e 14th
in price and manv farmers may company- the remainder of the wiu- shower of all manner of useful pres d ay of D ecem ber, 19 12 at 1 o ’clo ck p. ui.
ents f>>r housekeeping, including to vote an ad d itio nal tax for road p ur
have to sell their stock because of
He is working as saw filer.
dishes and aluminum cooking uten poses, «is p rovid ed by an act of th e le gis
lack of hay.
Dr. John Steiner, health officer, sils as well as preserves and canned lature in 1909:
The law passed hv 919 maj trity.
the rumor of smallpox fruit*. Altout two hours were sjtent Peter R ath
most 01 which came from Otegott
G Zw eirm an
A II M iller
C A Rath
City and the old settled part of the in . family across the river and
W illiam H eld
county. Besides, many voted for found there is nothing to the yarn. with refreshments.
P eter R u lli
Theo H ardes
Fred L in s
keeping stock up because the mea There was a case of chickenpox
Mr. and Mrs J R McCurdy, Mon F ran k Ochs
sure was so worded that it mislead but the patient ispractially recover
day evening entertained the Du
the voters. Just what can be done ed.
plicate Whist club.
Notice for Levy for Special Road Tax
by the legislature except to refer a
Frosty nights followed by beauti played. Retreshmeuts were serv
new law to the people two years ful balmy days are i.p;rec!ated by
N otice is h e re b y given that we th e un
dersign ed tax p a ye rs representing ten j»er
hence, is not known.
But it is fortunate residents of Oregon, es
possible the law may' be knocked pecially when they read altotit tht
At the home of Principal and cent, of th e tax payers in Road D istrict
No. 33, C lackam as county, O regon , here
out on irregularity and because of blizzards and 20 below zero weather Mrs. B. F. Ford, Monday evening
b y g iv e n otice to the tax p ayers o f said
its misleading title. E Lacy of which is afll'cting the middle west the members of the football squad road d istrict N o. 33 that there w ill be
Springwater is one of those urging It will last in that country, too, un were tendered a reception and lun m eetin g of th e tax payers of said d istrict
every person interested to circulate til sometime next June.
At table there were a in W . J . L e w ellen hall at S p rin g w a ter,
and sign petitions right away so
titimlier of speeches by ft otball men O re., on the 2 1s t d ay of D ecem ber, 19 12
At the Portland poultry show and the battles of the past season at 2 o ’clock p. in ., to vote an ad d itio n al
that the legislature may have the
tax fo r road purposes, as provided b y an
matter betore it soon after it con this week, Edward Shearer of G ar were rehearsed and plans made for act of the le gislatu re in 1609:
the future, Enthusiasm was mar
Among them is ked. At the conclusion of the re C S Bard
W E Young
W iley H ow ell
a Barred Rock cockerel, two coops past a ballot was taken on captain I M P ark
Shop for Xmas Here
S E W ooster
Jc h n K e lle r
A D Sch m id t
of tlii next years team, resulting in Press H ow ell
There's no need of a person in
A rch ie H ow ell
Mr. Shearer has over 400 the election, on the second ballot, \V J Streey
this country shopping for Christ ons.
F ra n k H ow ell
H arry H ow ell
R S G u th id ge
of Bob Morton. At a previous G eo rge H ow ell
mas outside of Estacada. A glance blooded birds at hts farm
Carl H ow ell
at the ads of the Estacada Mercan
Prof. F. B. Guthrie would like to
tile Co , the Estacada Pharmacy communicate with several other Ken Bartlett was elected manager Notice for Levy of Special Road Tax
and the Estacada Furniture Co piano owners in Estacada with a of the football team and Milton
N otice is hereby giv* n that w e, the
will show you where dear old view of having a tuner come out Evans, captain of the track team.
undersigned tax p ayers rep resen tin g ten
Santa Claus is hanging out this and operate on the instruments.
R E P O R T O F T H R C O N D IT IO N O F
per cent, of the ta x p ayers in R oad D is
year. And a peep at the fiine as He doesn't rare to go to the ex-
trict No. 49, C lackam as C oun ty, O regon,
sortment of all manner ol presents dense of importing one from Port E S T A C A D A ST A T E B A N K hereby g iv e notice to th e tax p ayers of
for young and old will convince land just for his piano; but if a at E stacad a. in th e State o f O regon, at said road d istrict No. 49 that there w ill
the close of business, N o v. 26th. 19 12 .
be a m eetin g of th e ta x p ayers of said
you that local merchants have faith number join in. the expense will be
d istrict in G arfield C o u n try C lub H all at
in the coming of St Nicholas and shared at a small cost to each.
Loan* and discounts.................................. $ 60 4 3 9 .14
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured...... .
.24 G arfield , on the 2 is t d ay of D ecem ber,
Yuietide. The stores are beautifully
Bonds and warrants...................................
6 005.53 19 12 . at 10 :30 o ’clo ck a. m.. to vote an
The bazaar given by the ladies Stocks
decorated and you a r: cotdially in
and other Securities..........;........
None ad d itional tax fo r road purposes, as pro
vited to cotne and inspect stock.
vided by an act of the legislatu re iu
Furniture and fixtures..............................
last week was well attended and a Other real estate ow n ed..........................
good sum raised toward the pastors Due from banks (not reserve banks)......
Ames’ Dog is Dead
Wm W D avis
Due from approved reserve banks..........
8 890.79 W W Porter
salary. The supper given on Fri Checks
F H D avis
and other cash Items...................
292.02 J F Sn y d e r
“ Dan” the handsome bull ter day evening at the Home restaurant Exchanges for clearing house ..................
R a y W ilco x
None C B C harlton
C A W ilco x
rier belonging to Marshal Ames and where the bazaar was held, was Cash on hand............ ................................. 4 865.48 A I« E D enney
J K rie g e r
known to most every man, woman patronized by a great crowd. The Other resources. Land Contracts............. 7 092.79 K D A bbey
Ben T R aw lin s
M R aw lin s
Overs & Shorts .....................................
161.18 R W Lem on
and child in this section, died Sun menu was excellent.
R R D avis
Total........................................................ $92 996.51 G II Hurd
day evening, the result, probably
J J Honebon
Mrs W. Givens, who was oper
W B Lem on
W m Reininnn
of poison, a number of cannics hav ated upon at the Good Samaritan
W D H aves
Capital stock paid In........... .... ..........
$ 25 0 0 0 00
ing died of late from that cause. Hospital some time ago, was brought Surplus fund........................................
A G Hurd
A O W hitcom b
G F B lair
II G T ro w b rid ge
“ Dan" will Ite remembered by his home Tuesday, She made the trip Undivided profits, less expenses and
W L S h rin er
M J A nderson
taxes paid ...... ................................
1 6 0 3 .7 9
many tricks one of which was his in a special car furnished by the P. Dividens unpaid................................
II E Stok es
e l B Bowm an
retrieving balls knocked over the R. L & P. Co. and was accomp Due to banks and bankers............. ....
J T Irvin
P M G ill
Postal savings bank deposits.............
2 21 4 .8 1
fence at the Hall park.
G eo H Sanford
5 0 0 0 .0 0
anied by her husband W. Givens, Deposits due State Treasurer...........
F L Bundy
H A La B arre
He was frieudly with everybody, local representative ot the cotnpanv. Individual deposits subject
M La Barre
5 5 7 0 1 .3 5
H H Anders
yet an excellent watchdog at home. Mrs, Givens stood the trip well and Demand certificates of deposit........
G T H unt
E T D avis
Ames refused $ 100 for him many is on the road to complete recovery, Certified checks... ..............................
Cashier checks outstanding..............
a fact which will be pleasing to her Time certificates Qf deposit...................... 2954.10
Schuebel has typhoid
Among the list of about <¡0 ty
phoid fever putients at Oregon City,
appears the name of Representative
Chi is Scbmbel. The analysis of
the city water showed typhoid
germs. Oregon City doctors are
being critisized for failing to report
cases until the epidemic Itad secured
quite a start. The health officers
now have it under control it is stat
Mr. and Mrs. N. L. S. Lauryy at
tended the meeting of the Oregon
State Hotel associotion last week
at Seaside, where they enjoyed
themselves several days.
Lauryy w is on the nominating com
mittee and has been apjiointed a
member of the manufacturing eotn-
mittee. They attended a luncheon
at Gearhart and a big banquet at
The new road to George, to
Estacada business men con
tributed a year ago, is rapidly being
S t r a y e d — From my premises built. Robert Miller who was in
two yearling calves, as follows: One town Tuesday reports the road had
half Jersey heiler, brown with large been brushed out anil that blasting
bell; red steer, white spots, point of the stumps and gradiug is to be-
of horn broken off. both have slit giu immediately. When completed
in right ear and upper bitt in left the section will be brought two
ear; Reward for information leading 1 miles nearer town and the road has
Joel B. Bowman, a much lighter grade than the one
Estacada. R. F. D. No. 1.
jt now used.
There’s nothing slow about th
—Highest price paid
Garfield Country club members.
for eggs at the Palace Meat Market
Last week President Hunt told the
Fred Jorg. «
1 Progress the addition to the club
Saving« deposits ..................
Notes and bills rediscounted....................
Bills payable for money borrowed............
Reserved for taxes.......... .......
Liabilities other than those above
stated............. .................................. . .
$ 9 2 996 .51
State of Oregon, County of Clackamas, ss:
I, L. E. Belfils, cashier of the above
named bank, do solemnly swear that
the above statement is true to the best
of mv knowledge and belief.
L. K. BELFILS, Cashier.
Sulkscribed and sworn to before me this
5th day of Dec. 19 12 .
Claude W. Devore, Notary Public
Correct—Attest: John Zobrist, J. A.
The Christian Church.
10 :15 a .m .
II a. m.
Y. P. S. C. E.
7 p. m.
7:45 p. m.
The public cordially invited to all ser
W. G ivhns , Pastor.
SE L E C T IN G POULTRY
Notice is hereby given that we, the
undersigned tax payers representing
ten per cent, o f the tax payers in City
uf Estacada Road Hbtrict, CLtckntss
County, Oregon, hereby give notice to
the tax payers o f said City o f Estacada
I'oaal District that there will be a meet-
, ing o f the tax payers o f said District in
| the City Hall at Estacada, Oregon, on
the 28th. day o f December, 1812 at one
o'clock p. m., to vote an additional tax
for road purposes, as provided by an act
[ o f the legislature in 1909.
Notice for Lew of Special Road Tax
Notice is hereby given that we, the
undersigned tax payers representing ten
per cent, o f the tax payers in Road
Diatrict No. 43, Claekamaa County,
Oregon, hereby give notice to the tax
payers o f said Road Diatrict. No. 43
that there will be a meeting o f the tax
payers o f said Diatrict in Wilbern’ s
Hall at Eagle Creek, on the 28th. day
o f December, 1912, at 1 o.clock p. m.,
to vote an additional tax for road pur
poses, as provided by an act o f the leg
islature in 1909.
H. S. G'bson
H. G. Huntington
Geo. W. Judd
L. S. Baker
Wm. E Douglass
C. W. Murnhey
J. M. Henkle
R. B. Gibson
E. M. Clark
E. E. Elliott
W. B. Baker
H. B. Ballou
Wm. J. Houlett
W. C. Congwell
G. B, Preston
Fat cattle wanted; the fattei the
better.—See Fred Jorg,
I can fix anything that is wrong
F o r S a i . k
One horse, cheap tor with your watch, A. T. Sarver,
cash. Inquire M. J. Anderson, Estacada, Ore.
For Sale Hcatiug stove at your
F ob R e n t —House and five acre* own price. Dr. A di*.
water in house, frnit and garden—
Our clubbing rates will help you
Inquire The Progress.
tf to save money.
here is no lottery.
There is no
|>nssililc chance for even the least
experienced lo cluo-e a tough,
tasteless, s'ringy chicken, duck or
turkey For we handle only choice,
young, tiesli killed birds I hot m ike
purchasing here a surety of obtain
ing the finest poultry t<Mt ever
tasted. The test is in the taste.
H E N R Y V.AD/X.M.D
P H Y S IC IA N A SURGEO N
O F F IC E , ADJOINING RKS1DHNCR
I ika I and Long DitUncc Telephone
T h« doctor's phone can 1« connected
with your home phone at night if re
quested. One long ring.
Dr. L. A. W E L L S
Palace Meat Market
D E N TIS T
PO RTLAND. OREGON
IT The . Hotel Estacada
$ to a week
A L L MODERN C O N V E N IEN C E S
One of the most delightful Resorts on the Coast i
be in EsUcnd« on Fridays **tui
Saturday s. A ppointincnU uiay lie
made with Dr. A dix.
C L A U D E W. D E V O R E
A T T O R N E Y -A T -L A W
N O T A R Y P U B L IC
E sta ca d a , O re g o n
Local and Tourist Trade Solicited
■ B S H R B B 3 BLJ
J. W. MILLER
KXI'KBT IIOKSRSIK OIK
All work guaranteed
J. V. BARR
B L A C K S M IT H
The Best Light At f
The Lowest Cost §
E L E C T R I C L IG H T is the most suit
able for homes, offices, shops and other
places needing lights,
Electricity can be
GIVE HIM A CALL
ream Work and Hauling by
the Day or Contract
WOOD delivered in any quantity
or leuglh. tsl class 4 foot wood
sUhwood delivered at JI2.00 j* r
cord. 16 inch al $2.50 per load.
W. M. Y0NCE
used in any quantity,large or small, there
It dill at the old itand and wilting to do
any ol th» work in hi* line
furnishing any required amount of
The Oregon Fire Relief Asso
Furthermore, electric lamps can
ciation of McMinnville
be located in any place, thus affording
with #*41.000 r c w R « , *4.licit* your
any desired distribution of light.
Joh n Brow n
No other lamps possess those qualifi
G re s h a m . O re g o n
Orme hem, 31 J
cations, therefore it is not surprising that
Or leave word at thi* n ft e t
electric lamps are rapidly replacing all
I *I*o have the OREGON MERCHANTS
and BEAVER STATE INSURANCE COS.
others in modem establishments.
We manufacture all kiuds of Ccdai
Shingle* and are prepared at aH
timea to deliver the aaruo. Ataa
to aell at the mill, haring stock on
hand at all timea
Portland Railway, Light
4 Power Co.
Seventh and Alder Sts.
Estacada Agent - A. Morrow
A. MORROW & SON
Livery, Board, Sale and
Dubois Lumber Co.
C. E. DUBOIS, Manager.
W e deal in all kinds
material including Lumber, Lath,
Sash, Doors, Sand, Gravel, Lime,
Plaster, Brick. Cement, Etc.
Reed & Sparks
W t ia iw to
0. R. Jacobs
Repairing of AN Kinds
Plumbing and Electric
orders promptly Rile .
Head Office Broadway, Phone Main 103
w. a . moots
The Estacada Lumber Yard
I am handling a full line of Grain
and Chicken Feed.
All of first class quality and weights
are guaranteed to be as represented.
Give me a trial and rest assured you
will be dealt with honestly.
Remember the Place — THE OLD
PLANING MILL STANDI
E. D. ALLEN
At Home Residence.
to do anything.
Garfield X 6 SS
SUMMON8 FOR PUBLICATION
In tha Circuit Court of the State of Ore.
Elgivia M. Joy
Benjamin E. Joy,
To Benjamin E. Joy. tha above
In the name of the State of Oregon,
you are hereby required to appear and
answer the complaint filed against you
in the above entitled court and cause,
on or before Friday the 29th day of
November, A. D. 1912, and if you fail
•o to appear and answer, the plaintiff
for want thereof will apply to the court
for the relief prayed for in the com
plaint, which is that the marriage now
existing between you and the plaintiff
be forever dissolved.
This summons is served upon you by
publication order of the Hon. J. U.
Campbell, Judge of the Circuit Court
o f the State of Oregon, for Clackamas
County, which order is dated October 16,
1912. Tht data of the first publication
o f tlua summons ia October 17, 1912,
and the last publication November
CROSS AND HAMMOND
Attorneys for Plaintiff