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EST A C A D A . OREGON. T H U R SD A Y , D EC EM BER 26. 191*
$1 A V K A k
last week and
K im ball
mills tax was voted Many wanted 8 ing a less tax for the coming year.
takes possession at once.
mills, but they wereoutvoted. This Heretofore it has been about 10
will raise about $1.800 which with mills on an average,
The ranch includes over 20 acres
Charles Dubois suggested a sup
Santa Claus Pays a Visit
amt is one of the best improved in Taxpayer« of Various Dis- the $800 left from last year and the
committee to co operate
j ^ to Every Section
) "eneral tax of $ 1.10 0 gives $3,700.
Garfield, a portion of the orchard
tricts Hold Meeting«
About $500 is apportioned to the with the supervisor and the idea
being in hearing. The house is
Keagan road, $300 to the road from [ was adopted enthusiastically by the
modern and new and is one of the
to Bannockburn and $250 to | election of S K. Wooster. Eail Kil-
most desirable properties m the
It was de-
! the Thomas road. Charles Duncan Kore alM* T E. Schenk
The consideration is not
Christian Church had Program Tuesday country.
Estacada to Hold Meeting Saturday to
Night and M. E. Church, Monday
j was elected supervisor.
Raise Money for a New Road to Bridge-
Í amizing the Springwater hill from
Night—Programs in other Plecae
New Supervisors in Three Districts
Votes 10 mill Road Tax
the bridge over the Clackamas up.
Practically every church in the
Residents of Road District 49, o l ;
Meetings held, thus far, in East
Claussen for $ 2 ,500
Estacada country, including Esta
ern Clackamas, show that the tax- which G. T. Hunt is supervisor, at Parcels Po*t Jan. 1;
Ballard I.oonev, who sold his
cada itself, observed, or will observe
papers are for good roads.
They a meeting held Saturday at Garfield
Some of the Rules.
Christinas this year with entertain ranch in Garfield, last spring ami
Country club house, voted a 10!
htve voted from 5 to to mills in
January 1 the Parcels post law
ments, Christmas trees and gifts went to West Virginia, his old home,
ex a ctin g to remain there, has con each district. There are two meet
■ a.all IkM 4 •* ,. IT ./tV
D . . /1 b n t w.
There were 40 voters present
e^oct Packages up to
Santa Claus ha cluded to stay by Oregon, for the
ings to be held, one in Estacada
shipped at a cost
bad a busy week.
last week he bid iu the Peter Clan and the other at Eagle Creek
An enlertaiumeut was held at »sen ranch of 120 acres iu George.
The vote was 35 to 5 for 10 mills. of ir," ‘ S to 12 Cc“ u a P01" " 1- de'
are next Satuaday. The Estacada
the five dissenters desiring a slight-! lauding upon distance.
Eagle Creek Monday night, where The propettv is partly cleared and
meeting is for the purpose of rais ly smaner j ax
1 latter rate shipments abroad may be
Rev. Mr. Aue of Springwater added the balance is easily cleared. The
buildings are not ot much value, ing money to build a new road ac-,
to the program with cello selections. hut the land is choice.
Another cross the northeast corner of the. After the meeting the voters and llla,' e'
A tree and a Santa Claus helped in item of interest is that it is suppos
Ordinary stamps will be invalid for
park to connect with the Spring- their wives and families enjoyed a
Tuesday evening ed about $5,000 in gold is buried
s post, a distinctive stamp
Clau water road which is to be macad uished bv the club orclieslra.
Nora Memorial in Garfield and the somewhere on this ranch.
Iteen issued and
| the hands of postmasters or those
Presbyterian church in Springwater ssen during the panic became fright
ened and withdrew his money from road has been surveyed and ease
10 Mills at George
[ delegated by him to have charge of
W c w ish all a M e r r y ' C h ristm as celebrated with trees and enter a For laud hank So far ax known ment across the P. R. L & P.
At the road meeting held in Geo- them. A parcel up to 3 feet long
he never re-deposited it and he did property will hi issued immediately
rge recently a 10 mills tax was vot-j a,Ml i Teet thick will be accepable.
Next Saturday uight the church not speud it.
and a prosperous N e w Year*
it is promised.
Local people feel
County Commissioner Mattoon
ed and A. N. Jennsen was eltcted They must be securely wrapped
m George will have an entertain
that good roads from the country
Twenty three and bear the return card of the
ment and tree. The program is in was administrator and C. W. De
are neccessary to the town's pros
voters weie present.
Plans were sender otherwise they will not lie
charge of Mrs. H Joyner.
perity and it is expected a sufficient
talked for securing powder to blast accepted for mailing,
Viola church held its program iast
sum wtli be raised to make the new
out the stumps ou the new road to
Farm and factory products will
' road to the bridge. The Estacada
acceptable for mailing under cer-
Math odist Church Program
! meeting is at ttie city hall at 1 P.
At the Methodist church, Esta
! m .
I ) cada, Monday eveuing. the Sabbath
; At the meetings so far held sup-
Elect Reid, Supervisor
e« 8 l,ave been slliPPe(l by miU
school gave a Christmas Cantata
! ervisors and tax are as follows:
Voters of the Springwater road
‘ 'Santa Claus and the Xmas Can
. I Later on Postmaster Johnson
W. A. JO N ES
district. No. 33, at a special meet-
. . . .
dles.” All departments participât
, , ■ „ will have a supply of literature bear-
¡G . T. Hunt. No. 49, to mills; Chas. tng ..
Saturday, voted a tax of 6 mills
ed. A real Santa distributed gifts
, I ing on the subject, so that all pat-
Duncan. No. to, 5 mill*; J. A. for
Good rigs anil careful drivers always
the roads the coming year and
from a tree. A featureot the even
; rons may have a good unuerstand-
Reid, No 33, 6 mills.
ing was the presentation to Mrs
, iug of lue uew rules.
Duncan in District 10
1 hire was a good attendance of
Given Hunting and F k h tag Parties
Reagan of a Madonna, as appréciai
They have it—good fresh vege-
At the Tracy school house Sat voters. Roads in the Springwater
We have received a shipment of beautiful Ja p
ion of her work as superintendent
Go and see them. Fred
anese ware direct from the land of Cherry
of the Suuday school for seven
Local and Long Distance Telephone , after considerable
discussion, 5 and there was a sentiment of levy- Jorg.
HI ot. soma. Come and examine them. There
years. The program:
•re dainty cups and sausers $ 1.7 5 a set; salt
and pepper ahakers, gravy boats, etc., from
R e e it-T ’is Xmas Night, Bertha Devore
S j to Aj cents.
Sung-X m as brings a Happy time,Scholars
VOIE FOR G000 ROADS
ENTERTAINMENTS AND TREES
ESTACADA STATE BANK
TAX RUNS FROM 5 TO M I L S
Livery, Feed & Sale
DAINTY XMAS PRESENTS
K ccit-Im itatiu g Santa Claus, Concerted
Soug-M arching, Marching hear the lit
CHINA A aelection of new ware «qua! in appear
ance to hand-painted china. From 25 cents
to $t 50 each. Nothing more suitable.
Junior D rpartsnoai
K ecit.-X m as Lights
Song--Lift the Xmas Candles, - Scholars
Kecit.- Lighting the Xm as Candles,
R écit.-L ove Light best ot all, Kdna Jorg
Revit. -Helping Santa Claus. Concerte,)
R écit.- Share and Serve, Douglass D ill
K ecit.—Grandmother is growing to old
lor Xm as
6 L ittle Grandmothers
FO R T H E BOYS
W c have Hohner’a Mouth Harpa, from
the 2 5 cent Harmonica up to the $1
RliGS O F A L L S IZ E S AND PRICES
ESTACADA FURNITURE CO,
W . D. and L . M. Henthom, Proprietors
Lu m b e r
C. E. DUBOIS, Manager.
W c deal in ail kinds
m aterial including L u m b er, L a th ,
Sash , Doors, Sand, G ravel, Lim e,
P laster, B rick . Cem ent, E tc .
orders p rom p tly filled.
Head Office Broadway, Phone Main 103
H A P P Y XM AS
W e wish you all joy and happiness during
the holiday season and continued prosper
ity the New Year.
We thank our patrons
for their support
T h e grow nups and children en
jo yed a fine program at the C h rist
C hristm as
T h ere w as a tree fu ll of presents
for everybod y and San ta C lau s w ho
pleased the children. T h e Program :
By the Choir
Scripture reading and prayer, \V Givens
Santa Claus is coming
Jam es Marks
Scaring Santa Claus - Arelena Kimmel
Share and Serve
- Francis Lax head
A Christmas Tree
A diamond wedding on Christmas Eve
Song o f the Candles
I f You’re Good - Dorothy Eshleman
The Hobby Horse
- Clifton Sarver
Month o f the year -
The Journey of the wise men
Low in the manger
The Kuggles Dinner Party
Mrs. Bobbie Grimm
The A ngl's song
The Lookout Man
The Christmas Star
Santa Claus and the Mouse, Gaye Sarver
The old House in the Meadow
Mr. C. L, Allen
Oh Little Town of Bethlehem - Choir
Santa Claus is coming, coming
Byerly Morrow 1
Little Folks I
Standish Ranch Sold to
Luella Kimball, Salem
We will dose, Monday, December 3 0 , to Invoice
Song-Boys will be boys
S o n g -R in g around a rosy
R écit.-G ivin g away the Dol lie* Con verted
R écit.—Comrade on the road, Phil Adams
Song--Helping each other
Récit. -Santa Claus in his Auto, Himsell
Song-Santa running an Auto. - School
R écit.-X m a s spirit
- - Kivu Adams
Song—Pass the Xmas light along. School
Song—Joy to the World
At the Chriotiaa Church
a ****# »
D u b o is
Mrs. Luella Kimball
has pnrehased of R. M-
the latter's fruit ranch in
The deal was closed at
• ne join the universal acclaim of good cheer and best wishes lor a Happy
” Christmas and a Prosperous New Year. The year past has dealt
with us kindly and we owe a debt of gratitude to our loyal patrons for
their support. This store appreciates good treatment and it endeavors to
return good for good.
We respectfully solicit your further patronage and promise to maintain
our reputation for square dealing and goods, just as represented.