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E S T A C A D A , OREGON, T H U R S D A Y
Big Bargains in
WALL PAPER & RUGS
Desiring to reduce oar
stock of Wall Paper for the
next 30 days we will sell the
grade of flowered papers at 2 0 cents per
Regular price 3 5 cents.
W e also have cm 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 off ered
for sale at greatly reduced prices for the next thirty days.
White Sewing Machines, Cash price $34. We also carry a
complete line furniture, Columbia Phonographs, and records.
Economy Fruit Jars, Caps and
ESTACADA FURNITURE CO.
W . D. and L. M. Henthom, Proprietors
Odd Fellows Building
Ice cream, cake, si ra wherries,
hot coffee and sandwiches will he
I served neat Wednesday afternoon
and evening by the Fourth of July
parade conuniitee in the J. \V. Reed
building across the street from the
! Progress office. The voting for
choice of Carnival Queen will close
at 6 o'clock that evening. A cor
dial invitation is extended to all to
I come and help along a good cause
Jl VIC 26, 1913
$i A Y E A R
Good T'mc on Sunday, June 2*)lh
Kirkpatrick Council No 2227.
Knights and Ladies of Security,
will entertain members and l la-
public with dancing, athletic games,
etc., at Kstacada Park. The finest
orchestra in Portland has lieen en
gaged tor this special excursion and
icnic. and plen ty of refreshments
will be sold on the grounds. Ad
mission to dance 25 cents. Cotne
and spend the day in Estncada, the
beautiful city on the Clackamas
At the Family Theater Saturday River.
'evening includes one of the strong
est dramatic subjects ever released
Com m unicated
entitled “ Sunshine.” It is a prison
Twenty pupils of the Estaeada
| scene and story cleverly acted bv Grammar School took the state test
the bast Essanay artists. The in May.
j second picture is one of the famous
Owing to the very close grading
; Pathe comedies, “ The Simple Life' ’ of th? papers some of this number
i | full of amusing incidents. The were required to re w rite on oue or
¡(third picture is a western drama, two subjects in the June test.
* “ The Ranch Girl’s Trial” feat
Every pupil in the class has suc
uring the great cow boy actor, G. cessfully passed this examination
M. Anderson. Don’ t miss seeing and has been awarded a Grammar
Grade Diploma signed by the
County Superintendent, the Chair
man of the Estaeada school board
Evangelistic M eetings
The meetings which have been and myself.
This diploma admits these pupils
held all this week and last week
will come to a close Sunday even to any high school iu Oregon or
On Sunday there will be an elsewhere.
Those awarded diplomas are:
all day meeting commencing at 1 1
A. M. Services will he held at 11 Philip Adams Samuel Barr, Joseph
A . U , 2 P M. and 8 P. M. A Demoy, Clyde Denney, Atle Erick
basket lunch will he served at norm, son, Paul Frazier, George Hicks,
everybody is invited to bring their George Matthews, Russel Reed,
lunch with them The services at Elmer Sutterfield. Kmmitte Suiter-
Currinsville ami Mt- Zion will be field. Mary Barr, Ilattie Belfils,
dispensed with on this day, to allow Doia Currin, Grace Denney, Josie
the people to come to the all day Harkemider, Nelly Hayes, Dorothy
service. Baptismal service will be Miller, Gladys Towuseud aud Net
held on Sunday morning. Don’ t tie Woodle.
miss this the last day of the meet Mrs. Minnie B. Altman, teacher.
, ■ ,
100 Guns ai Sunrise
Street Parade at 10: A. M.
Good Base Bail Game
. . . . Dancing Afternoon and
IS doing everything Evening
in their power to make Oration Rev. E. H. Simpson
Kreidt Band & Orchestra
What are you going to wear
Estacada State Bank
DUBOIS VS. HUNT
The Fourth” ?
In Justice Given's court Tuesday
a fierce legal battle raged continu
One of the biggest featur esof the
ously from oue o'clock in the after
celebration on the glorious F'otirth
noon until six thirty the same even
will he the parade.
ing. About everyone iu town in
Floats from the town and coun
eluding the writer was there and
try, automobiles, lady riders, bicy
staved the session through from
cle riders, and horses and buggies
soup to desert.
The suit was
will contribute in beauty and nov
brought by Dubois against Ed
elty of decoration to the largest
and finest parade Estaeada has ever Hunt to collect balance due on
bill of lumber sold the defendent
last spring. Hunt did not deny the
One of the most novel and very
purchasing of the lumber but con
attractive entries will he the babies
tended there was more material de
and buggies and also the little girls
livered by Dubois then was neces
with their doll carriages.
sary to erect the building. There
Gavly attired clowns will be the
was a difference of opinion between
lun makers and solemn and digni
the two to the amount of $40. The
fied Indians will form a picturesque
attorneys for the defendent Messrs
Many surprises are
promised as well, so be on hand Heylman and Belknap by expert
witnesses attempted to prove that
early to witness the procession.
Every one is urged to take part the lumber delivered by the plaintiff
was of an inferior quality than it
in any of the different classes.
have beeu at the prices
Many elegant prizes are offered
for the best in each class. Prizes charged for it. This testimony had
but little bearing in the case as
are as follows:
For the best represented country prices and grades quoted were of
the Pacific Coast Association. The
district, Silver Cup.
For the most unique float, Silver majority of the evidence offered by
the ¿defence was stricken ont.
For best decorated horse aud When the trial had progressed a
couple of hours the court ordered
buggy, Lap Robe;
For !>est decorated automobile, the jury to be placed in charge of
an officer and taken on a tour of
For best appearing lady rider, inspection to the buildmg iu which
the lumber was used. E. I>. Allen
For best decorated bicycle and was placed on the stand and gave
expert testimony as to what consti
rider. Bicycle lamp;
For best represented rough rider. tuted first, second and third grade
Mr. Alien's testimony
from an unprejudiced
I”'or best decorated baby and
view and he was an unbiased and
buggy, Baby Blanket;
20th Annual Assem bly
For most attractive little girl and excellent witness. While there was
Many Estaeada people are plan
hut a small portion of the time con
doll buggy, Parasol;
All prizes are on exhibition at sumed by the taking of evidence ning to attend the coming session
the Estaeada Mercantile and Mc the attorneys burned up several of the Willamette Valley Chauta-
hours in arguing on rulings of the qua, to be held at Gladstone Park
All entries for the parade will court. Attorneys Bartlett and De July 8-20, inclusive. The program
meet at top of Main street at 10 vore represented Mr. Dubois’ in has just been published and in
o'clock where the famous Kreid’s terests and handled the case in a cludes many widely known Chau
Prof. B. R.
band of Portland will be in readi wav that was a credit to the pro tauqua speakers.
fession, refraining from the use of Baumgardt, Colonel George W
ness to start promptly at 10:30.
Have you voted for the Queen of language or tactics that would Bain. Walt Holcomb, Frederick
the Carnival? Don’ t fail to do it lower the dignity of the court. Vining Fisher, Ng. Poon Chew,
Voting has been very brisk so far The final arguments were made and (the Chinese Statesman;) the Sierra
and much interest is displayed as the case given to the patient jury Mixed Quartette, the Tyrolean A l
who after about half an hour's de pine Singers, Frances Carter, Matt
to the out come ot the contest.
The standing of the candidates liberation returned a verdict for Mr. Hughes. Maude Willis, E. G Lew
at the last official count Wednesday' Dubois for the amount asked for is and Grace Lakin are atrong the
big features of the coming assem
afternoon was as follows: Ellen less interest.
bly, for the afternoon and evening
Hi ks22p. Gus-ie bithens 220 Sad e
Wilcox 213 Mable Tracy 125, F.lva
A committee meeting of the La programs
The morning classes include talks
Adams 95, Gladys Carpenter 67. dies Aid of the M. E. Church will
Ballot boxes will close promptly at he held at the parsotiagi Monday by l)r W B Hinson of the Por*
6 P M . July 2nd.
land Wluie Temple, elocution tali. ,
June 3o at 3 IV M.
COME IN AND LET DS HELP YOU CHOOSE
If you carry your account with us,
we make no charge for issuing
drafts to any part of United States
Our summer line of dress goods is here
W e make no charge for cashing any
or all foreign checks.
and we enjoy showing them to you.
Our new shipment of men’s Siraw hats is
W e make all kinds of collections with
out charge to you, unless there is a
direct charge to us.
In addition to the facilities offered by all other
banks, we wish you to try the convenience of your
It will pay you to stop and look them over.
You can get those shoes of us. Our
stock is up-to-date and we carry many different styles.
§ W e have a fine line of underwear.
Union suits of every description.
W e will accept accounts, large or small.
Remember the sooner you get that
stamp book filled the sooner you get that premium.
$2 a day
$10 a week
The Hotel Estacada
MODERN CO N VEN IEN CES
|‘One ot the most delightful Resorts on the Coast
Local and Tourist Trade Solicited
Buy Your Feed
I - r j .
where the highest grade grain,
feid, hay, corn, oats, middl
ings, and horse and tattle feed
of all kinds can lie purchased
at the lowest rates
Our supplis are always fresh,
clean and reliable, and will
keep jour animals in good
condition when fed on it.
E. D. ALLEN, Estacada, Ore.
Cary Mercantile Company
I T 3 JI
by Mrs. P'rances Carter; “ Super
vised Play” by Miss Grace Lamkin;
school of music; lectures on "Mod
ern Economic Programs” by Dr.
Gilbert of the State University;
lectures on practical agriculture and
stock and poultry by experts from
the O. A. C; and other talks by
leading scholars along various lines
of thought in Oregon.
Daily band and orchestra preludes
to the programs, with solos by
Portland's leading vocalists. Chau
tauqua base ball league plays daily
games, and consists of five of
Clackamas county's fastest amateur
teams. Tents and platforms may
be reserved for patrons. plenty ot
camp fire wood and lots of pure
mountain water. Camp convenien
ces most ideal. Provisions may be
purchased from stores on the
grounds or patrons may eat at
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