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EST ACAD A
KSTA CA D A, ORKOON, T H U R SD A Y
Only Paper in
JU N E 5, 1913
$1 A Y E A H
tK - ÏÏ--3 0S
Big Bargains in
WALL PAPER & RUGS
Desiring to reduce our
stock of Wall Paper for the
next 30 days we will
grade of flowered papers at 2 0 cents per
Keg ular price 3 5 cents.
W e also have on hand some beautiful patterns of paper
which we will sell at the very reasonable price of from 10 to
20 cts. and 1 to 3 roll remnants, 5cts per roll.
Size 9x12 Axminister and Tapestry rugs will be offered
for sale at greatly reduced prices for the next thirty days.
White Sewing Machines. Casli price $35. We also carry a
complete line furniture, Columbia Phonographs, and records
W . D. and L. M. Henthorn, Proprietors
Odd Fellows Building
Estacada Siate Bank
C o n ip a r e the con-
ven i en ce of you r
horn e b a n k
a b a .n k e ls e w h e re
If y cm do not know by
exper ience, w e would
ask t hat you open an
accou ntwlth us.
Keep up the Procession.
Your grandfather may have put a stone in one end of a
sack and the com in the other end when he went to mill.
You have learned a better way.
For an age you" farmers have been using a Mowing
Machine of one speed. Now you can buy a mower from
us that has two speeds— fast and medium. It is a big
improvement on mowers. With this mower it is a simple
matter to change from one speed to the other. You get a
greater speed for hand cutting which is often necessary and
a slow speed for ordinary cutting. The mower we sell pos
sesses many other valuable features. You should see it
if you intend buying a mower.
We Have the Latest 1 hing in Hay Rakes
Come in and examine our mowers and rakes.
Come a running to the
“Yellow Front Emporium”
and let us talk mowers and hay rakes.
McCurdy Lumber & Hardware Co.
O' Cedar Mop Polish
"1 say ’ aint yo’all goin’ to that ’ere Minstrel?"
Makes all woodwork bright and clean.
Puts an end to the back breaking task of dustier*
polishing hardwood floors, linoleum, oilcloth, etc.
t It sho’ is Trida’ night, June 6th. 8 p .m J u’,t5r‘:'’dl
« Why bles’ yo’ honey you can buy dem tickets at the drug sto’ .
Dem reserved seats cost 35cts. ai d 'dose o’der ones 25
Family Theater, Iistacada
chil\ pay 15
So hard and dry that it does not gum or collect dust as
c t s . fo ’ de
mere polishes da
li’ l buggers
an* co m ’ .
Is applied with long handled O-Ceder mop without the
¡¡j hard work of getting down on your knees.
Notice to Eighth G rade Pu
The residence of Ray Keith of
pils and Their Parents
this place was entered by a man
j Sunday evening presumably for the The Moutivilla Cubs were the It has been rumored that I exam- 1
I purpose of bargaining the premises. | victims last Suuday, onr peeved iued tin 8th grade papers of this
Mr Keith’ s wife and motbtr being athletes trimming them easily to school written at this last exam ., and |
the only ones present ran to a l ^e *uue
12 t0 ** While the that I marked them low because i j
neighbors for help, as soon as they score looks fairly good on paper and did not like this school. I wish to j
discovered the burglar. Returning i would possiblv indicate that the state that I did not grade one of the I
with reinforcements they saw him f?ame was hotly contested, such was Estacada 8th grade papers and th at1 1 ?
make a hurried exit and disappear. , ,ll,t
case, as the local lads did I did not even see a prp^r in any
, , I not exert themselves in the least subject written
u,,. _ ,
B O Boswell has produced suf -1 ,
, __ " J ct wrlttt" by an eighth grade
during the la^t half of the fray pupil in the Kstacada School.
fnieut evidence in the form of a
1 We started out with a lead of nine
...u. t i.„. t ,
,. _________ ____ ____
so i see no reason why I should
r 1 _____ s eggs
„ „ to
. least con in the iirst
three rounds which
was , discriminate against a school that I
voice the writer that “ Bos asstr-
“ Bullet’ ’ Martin who worked in for four years. I did not
. , , ,
tion regarding the laying of eggs,
j sluiged ,,, . in such , a masterly
fash even see the card on which their i
by birds hatched out last
is the truth, the whol tniuTand i0” f° r the Br«dforditM ,he SuDda>' i standings were kept nor did I touch
' previous was kidnapped by the j it.
nothing but the truth
Cubs for this occasion and started j The report is as amusing a . it is
more we have uever heard of any
on the mound, but ragged fielding ' malicious
one ever questioning the veracity
in the early stages by his associates
I make this statement in justice!
of Mr. Boswell, we simply made , ,
, (discouraged him and he retired in to myself and my friends.
it appear that there were some who
I favor of “ B e e f’ Baker after the
Howard M. James.
did so that “ Bos” would come
! third stanza. Mr. Baker managed
across with the proofs and he did.
¡to stay in the ring the remainder of
G ood News
We ate the evidence last Friday
the bout. The visitors were out
morning for breakfast.
which was received
i played in every department and
The following is a list of the can that is the whole story. There by Claude W. Devore Thursday
didates already listed froxi which were a few luminous spots during morning will Itriug joy to the peo
will b? elected the Queen of the the afternoon which deserve special ple of this city and vicinity. It is
Carnival- Kstacada — Misses Alva mention. The three base smack as follows:
Adams. Gladys Carpenter and El by Mr, Hedd of the Cubs in I lie City Recorder,
len Hicks. Springwater, Miss Sa eighth with the sacks laden with
die Wilcox. Currinsville, Miss Gus Cubbies brought 110 smiles to our Dear Sir:- Upon advice of the Dis
sie Githens. Garfield, Miss Mahle fiz oi yips from our vocal organs. trict Attorney and by order of the
Tracv. The young lady receiving And then there was the hitting of County Court, I have been instruct
the highest number of votes will be Ed Douglass, “ Stubby" Stubs, J. ed to notify you that the special
crowned Q teen and will preside Evers, Simmons and H. Wagner tax levied by your city and collected
as Goddest in the Fourth of July Shultz, the former gent was credi I at this du e is now availiable for
parade. More definite information ted with 3 Stubby 2 two sackers, | use as decided upon by the special
regarding the procedure of voting Sim with two bingles and a Cin- meeting making such levy.
Yours Ycry Truly,
will be printed next week. Any cinatti and Hans 2 singles. Others
one wishing to enter the name of! who made themselves conspicuous
W, L- Mulvey, County Clerk.
any contestant may do so.
with the big stick were Chief Mey
ihe Estacada Pharmacy
For Sale at
ers, Heitsman aud Hal. C. Smith
The Cubs got 5 safeies. “ Nale”
At the annual meeting of the Bronson still continued to keep up
Another page of political history
stockholders of the Kstacada Fruit his strike out record getting a total | of Estacada has been closed by the
Gro,wers association held in the city of 11, “ Bullet" and the fat boy election held last Tuesday. There
hall in this citv Monday afternoon whiffed 9 The end.
being one set of candidates on the
the following Directors were elected
official ballot we quite naturally
for the ensuing year: A. O. Whit
! supposed that the ticket would be
Organization o f Alumni
comb, Thomas Yocuiu, R. S.
elected without opposition and
Thomas, W. R. Reid, W. R.
One of the important evenis of I mentioned in the Progress a couple
Stokes, P. F . Staudish, J. M. commencement week was the or- 0f weeks ago that we would have a
Schultz, Chas. Duncan and A. W. ganization of the alumni. This ■ quiet election. That's where we
Immediately following, took place at the Estacada Hotel had a bum hunch aud not being
the directors so chosen, met, quali last Thursday, May 29, when the familiar with the methods persued
fied and elected A. O. Whitcomb, graduates of the Estacada High by the powers in this “ wild and
pres.; A . W. Botkin, sec,; and J. School entertained the present 1913 wooly west, ’ ’ we are prepared to un
M Schultz, treas. The following class.
cover that portion which protrudes
is ihe treasurer's report as read and
The guests were royally enter over the shoulders, to the political
accepted at the meeting.
tained at a seven o'clock dinner bosses of Iistacada, Clackamas
Treasurer’ s report of the Estaca which was served on a beautifully county aitd the whole state of Ore
da Fruit Growers Assn., July 1912- decorated table. The flowers used gon including the high sheriff ot
were the dark rid carnations. Multnomah.
Place cards with decorations of
The affair turned out to be a sort
Balance on hand from old Assn, carnatious «tu I the date, were also of a Chinese puzzle with Dr. Adix I
at time of Incorporporation $10.01 used.
and Fred Jorg running ueck and j
Return of loan to small fruits, com.
William Dale acted as toast mas n;ck at the home stretch for honors ’
for freight on S. berry crates $31.6 5 ter and all present responded with at the head of the ticket, the Dr.
Received from sale of stock and a story or talk. Mr. Ford gave , with a final sprint beat the butcher j
$190.00 ¡the speech of the evening, which 1 by a step The remainder of the I
first payments on same
Total Receipts $231.66 consisted chiefly of helpful and regular ticket was elected without
entertaining suggestions concerning opposition with the exception of
To State of Oregon for organiza an Alumni Association.
Jorg in the fifth ward, Wm. Straight
In the perfecting of the Associa- an independent winning the race
tion and license fee until June 1912
$10.85 tiou the following officers were OVer a field of nine starters. The
To Clackamas for organization fee elected: Miss Ellen Erickson of best of feeling prevailed between
1 00 1910. president; Harry Morgan of the promoters and contestants of ,
To state of Oregon for license fee , 9 , 3 v jce president; Miss Kitty each side, none of the latter ap
June 1912-June 19 13
- - 10.00 Ellen Reagan of 19 11, secretary; peared to be very keen for the f-o-
To business supplies
for Assn. William Dale of 19 11, treasurer; sitions. There were 138 ballots
*6.15 Miss Rachael Reed of 19 13 , report- cast, about 50 of those were by lady j
To first payment on Assn.
Estaca- er. Miss Echo Githens of 19 11 and voters;
The foliowing is the
da lots - - . . .
- 100 00 Zellca Coop of 1912 were elected to official score. For Mayor, Dr. II.
To telephone for information on acj with the officers as executive V. Adix 67, F . Jorg 65. Alderman,
strawberry crop - . - - 2 45 committeemen. The next meeting first ward, W. S. Pyle ri8 ; second
To p o s t a g e ................................... 22 wgi be held on May 29, 1914.
ward, J. A. Somer 122; third ward,
To attorney fee
- 5 00
This is the first organiza-ion of o . E. Smith, 1 21; fourln ward, R.
To secretary for postage and in- its kind to be established in Iista- G Marcbbank 124: fifth
cidental expenses -
* 5 00 cada and with agrowing school and j orK 33 j ack McCurdv 34, Win.
To Kstacada Progress printing some boosting if should be a flour- Straight 44; Treasurer, Mrs Jess
stock receipts -
3 00 ishing one.
Bartlett 122; Recorder, Claude W.
To Estacada Reality Co. taxes on ;
Devore 114. There were a number
lots - . . . . .
of s:attering votes for councilman
To loan to small fruit’ s com. for !
for the different wards.
freight on S. berry crates - 2 33 | At Estacada Sunday afternoon,
Total Expenditures J15X 53 June 7. Estacada vs the Timms
Celebrate the 4th at Estacada.
Balance on hand $73 13 ¡Cress club of Portland
Good time assured.
Submitted by J. M. Schnltz, treas. called at 2:30.
FRUIT GROWERS HOLD MEETING
THE REXAIL STORE
To Arrive Next Week
In , ' dept.
For I and 2 books | ec^ „ Rcnk?rs
F iir I
1 1 1
Baby High Chairs
6 all white Cups. Saucers and Plates
Visit Our Jew elry Dept.
Very select gold filled beauty pins 2 5 c. up
Solid gold front and gold filled brooches
------------ 50c. to $ 3 .0 0
Beautiful gold filled jabot or veil pins - 1 5 c . and up
Extra quality misses or ladies gold filled bracelets
------- -------- ----------- Special Price $1.50 Each
Gentlemans’ 7 jewel Efgin gold finished movement
Guaranteed for 2 yrs., solid silver laid case
Our price only $5.00- -----
By Parcel Post $5.05
We Issue Fish or Hunting License
Three pieces and extra tip, length 8 to 10 feet
Solid Metal Reel Plate
Silk Wound Snake
--------Special Price 80 cts. Ea.
By Parcel Post 88cts.
Dandy Trout Flies at 25c. a Doz
Cary’s Merc. Co.
TH E ESTACADA LUM BER YARD
Carries a complete line of Kilm Dried flooring,
Finish Lumber and all grades of dementions and
Pressed and Common Brick
always on hand.
Grain and Chicken
Feed always on hand.
At the Old Plaining Mil! Stand
E. D. Allen
Phone Main 112