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ESTA CA D A , OREGON, TH URSDAY, JA N U A R Y 2. 1913
NO. 17 op VOI,. 5
HELP FOR STOCKMEN
Gill W ou ld R epeal County
Law V oting to Pen Stock
ESTACADA STATE BANK
W e w ish all a prosperous N e w Y e a r |
TO LET PRECINCTS DECIDE
W ill alao W ork lo Have P eople o f Road
D istrict, have Full Charge o f Road
M oney—Sign the Petition,.
Representative F. M. Gill has
prepared a bill and will introduce it
at the coining session of the legis
lature, repealing the law empower
ing a county vole on stock running
at ’.arge. His bill will provide that
lbe matter be left to the precincts
to decide at a special or general
electiou. He thinks, in this wav,
no injustice will be done.
“ I believe” he added, discussing
the matter, “ that the vote last elect
ion on this question is void, as the
law was not followed ill putting it
on the ballot and the result has not
l>eeu published 60 days in a news
paper as provided by law.
A , to Road D istrict,
|n|i.|, I 4, M n i m i ||,||<| |! 1)1 III III) »
“ At the request of Garfield
Grange, petitions asking tlie C!:"-k
amas county delegation in the leg is
lature to work for a bill to organize
a road district the same as a school
district is uow organized, giving the
people of the road district full charge
of tax money paid in the district
will be left at the Iistacada Mercan
tile Co., and at Dales’ for for sig
natures of legal voters These pet
itions were ready New Years day.”
Opportunities are afforded all to
sign at the .Mercantile Co. and at
U'llliam Dales store ou main street.
M H i-H u f r
I ♦— I
Herbert Scupum, engineer of the
P. R. I,. ffc 1 ’ . at Three Links on
Christmas gave a dinner party to a
W IS H IN G you, first o! all, a Happy and Live
number of young ladies from Port
New Year. W e desire to extend our thanks
land aud incidentally demonstrated
his aptness as a chef and his indiff
for the business given us during the closing
erenoe as to whether equal suffrage
year and assure you that the best efforts to
is likely to destroy womens’ effect
iveness as housekeepers and cooks.
retain your trade, will be put fourth through
For Mr. Scupum not only hid his
the year now opening.
apartments shining like the prover
bial pin and as neatly arranged as
could be desired, but he prepared
the feast and served it. The room
was beautifully decorated with
green atid Oregon grape, aud the
table bore an artistically arranged
centerpiece of Oregon grape and
candy canes, aud there were shaded
candles at each guest's plate. Mr.
Scupum served the followiug repast
in courses: Bouillon, olives, celery,
ESTACADA FURNITURE CO.
Shrimp salad, Turkey aud dressing
and Cranberry Sauce, Sweet pota
W . D. and L. M. Henthom, Proprietors
toes, Irish potatoes, June peas,
Odd Fellows Building
Mince and Pumpkin pie, Coffee,
k****u*,X Tea, Nuts, Raisins, Candy. And
then say, if you dare, that Herbert
Scupum, engineer aud cook, would
n’ t make about the best ever hus
band for a suffragette.
Miss Margaret Williams and Mr.
Edgar Williams of Vancouver.
oil the affirmative by Malcomb|
J Woodle and Chester Womer while I
Fellows and Harry Morgan debate |
Mr. and W. S. Pyle were dinner Voter* D ecide upon 10 Mil's the negative side of the question, W atch Parties Give 1913 an
the same night, at Park Place. 1
For G ood Roads
guests, on Christmas, of Mrs. A. K
I Pitted against Estacada here are)
Morton and Miss Florence Kendall
Gweudolon Jones and Ruth Hudson. Bells Ring. Guns Roar and P eopl« Cheer-
The dance given at Eagle Creek,
C row d has Dance. Card Party and
while at Park Place, Minnie Heme-
Christmas night was attended by a
Baaquet at Hot-sl Estacada.
Three Busineat Men to C onfer on Hew rick aud Edith Lilly oppose Esta-
! crowd of Estacada people who re- ,
$1,500 Shall be Spent—V ote For
Estacada welcomed with loud acclaim
port an enjoyable evening. The
Tax is 18 to 8 For it
Practice debates have been held the New Year. The fledging 1913 w u
music was furnished by an orchestra
regularly under Prof Ford and no ushered in by watch parties, the two
At a fairly well attended meeting
New Years night
set speeches are allowed. The jud largest o f which were at the Hotel Esta
Sandy gave a dance, which with of taxpayers at the City ball Satur
ges to officiate here include B. I, cada and the M. E. Church, white a
the dance given New Years eve bv day afternoon, a road tux of 10 Paget ot Portland. Attorney Loder large number o f neighbors and friends
gathered at private homes to wish each
the Garfield Couutry club, attracted mills was voted and a decision
of Oregon City, and Rev. Louns- other good luck and happiness during
reached to fix up the roads entering
many local people.
borough of Oregon City.
the coming twelve month«.
A f uutly reunion was held at the the city.
At the Hotel Balacada about forty
The work is to be done under the Hourly Railroad Service
people met during the early hours play
home of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. March-
Sunday is Discontinued ed cards and danced until 11 o'clock,
bank, Christmas. Attending were, supervision of the city council with
when they sat down to an excellent
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Marchbank of an advisory committee composed of 'Begiuing Jan. i, the hourly ser
banquet served by N. L S . Lauryy, the
vice oil Sundays, heretofore, in op- i 1 po| j « i lar boat. Promptly at midnight
Camas, Wash , Mr. and Mrs Wash
eration on the P. L. & P. line to tin-guests rose and wishing each other
burn of North Yukama. Mr aud
Mrs. James Marchbank of Spring- the fund of $1,500 to be raised may Estacada is discontinued until fur- , Happy New Year, gave three cheer*
water. and Mr. and Mrs. John tie best applied for road improve, ther notice. This follows as a re- j i and a tiger. Afterward dancing wa*
The meeting decided to suit of a policy of retrenchmeut, ’ resumed unti
until 2 u clock. Mr». E. E.
Marchbank of Estacada.
grade and gravel the road to the ordered ou the system, which iu- Sating and Mrs. A 1 Lindaey organized
Mr. and Mrs, A. M. Sparks and
Springwater bridge and after that eludes also the laying off o f the the A t watch
E Church quite a party
Mr. Douglass were dinner guests
the other roads needing repairs will assistant depot agents for three gathered and watched the New Year
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sparks at
be attended to. The vote on the mouths.
in. When midnight came the bell»
tlie latter's ranch, Christmas.
tax was 18 to 6
J. S. McCurdy
F. D. Hunt, traffic manager, J. were rung joining their clamor to the
Mr. and Mrs A 1 Lindsey took was chairman of the meeting aud E
discharge o f firearm* and akyrocket*
li. Reinke, superintendent of bridge
set off over the city by other watch
dinner at the home of Mr. aud Mrs. S. Vl'omer, secretary. Charles Du
and buildings and J. W. Hewitt, parties.
Branch Tucker, Christmas
bois proposed the advisory com superintendent of transportation ou
Mr. and Mrs. H, M. James en mittee.
the O. W. P. lines were here last
tertained at dinner. Christmas, Prof,
Thursday inspecting the company
and Mrs. Guthrie.
property at Estacad A and at Caz
High School D ebate is
The stoue crusher has been
Billed Friday Night
closed for the winter. While here
Debating the question, “ Resolved
Now is the time to buy your
the officials conferred with Mayor .
W . A. JO N E S
that the electoral college should
trees and shrubbery for Spring
Reed regarding the proposed new 1
P K .O P R IK TO R
be abolished aud the president of
road through the park to the bridge
planting. Set out an apple or
Gcipd rig* imd careful drivers always
the LT. S. nominated and elected by i
aud talked over cleaning the streets
prune orchard. W e have the
direct vote of the people” the teams
aud the company right of way.
goods, you want them. W. H.
G iveu Hun lift si aud F ish in g Parties
of the Estacada and Park Place
high schools meet in forensic fray
They have it— good fresh vege-
Capital G ty Nursery
j Friday night Jau. 3.
tables. Go and see them. Fred
WOOD & LUMBER
Locai and Long Distance Telephone
Estacada will be represented here Jorg.
WELCOME NEW YEAR IN
ESTACADA VOTES TJB
COMMITTEE WITH THE COUNCIL
Livery, Feed & Sale
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO cALL
RUGS OF ALL S IZ E S AND PRICES
Dubois Lum ber Co.
C . E. DUBOIS, M a n a g e r.
W e deal in all kin ds
m aterial includin g L u m ber, L a th ,
Sash, Doors, Sand, G ravel, L im e,
P laster, Brick. Cem ent, E tc.
orders p rom p tly filled.
Head Office Broadway, Phone Main 103
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
W e wish you all joy and happiness during
the holiday season and continued prosper
ity the New Year.
W e thank our patrons
for their support
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Heylman
were hosts Christmas, to a number
of their friends, who were most de
lightfully entertained. The beauti
ful home was decorated appropriate
ly in Christmas colors and a fine
Christinas dinner was served at 3
o'clock by Mrs. Heylman assisted
by Mrs H. Heylman of Spokane, and
Mrs. Clark R. Belknap of Portland
During the afternoon music engag
ed the attention of the company and
after dinner, when pretty souvenirs
of the occasion had been distributed,
the floor of the spacious living room
was cleared and an informal dance
took place. Games were also play
ed injwhich a'l joined. Altogether
it was a very eujojabfe occasion, to
be long remembered by those pres
ent, which included: Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Heylman of Spokane, Mr.
and Mrs. Clark Belknap and Miss
Miriam Stevens of Portland; Mr.
and Mrs. W. VV. Boner, Mr. and
Mrs. B. O. Boswell, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Frazier and children. Ed
ward Bouer and G. E. LaFollette.
Mr and Mrs. Fred Dittebrandt
of Portland and S. R. Bartlett of
Bandoti, were Christmas dinner
IS HEADQUARTERS guests of Mr, and Mrs. E. \V. Bart
lett and family.
Mr, and Mrs. Charles Frazier,
entertained at dinner, Christmas,
T H IS S T O R E IS
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BU SY C LO SIN G UP IN V O IC E A N D
A C LE A N U P SA LE ,
M E N T O F W H IC H W IL L SOON BE G IVEN .
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Estacada Mercantile Co.