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E ST A C A D A , O REGO N, T H U R SD A Y F E B R U A R Y 19. 1914
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Boost for a cannery.
Pan! Womer returned home Sun-
1 <i ly.
Big Show Coming!
W.Given- vi~;■ 1 Portland Tuts
The District School that is to appear in Estacada, Marc h 13,
plays no other small town.
and you should sec it,
This is a compliment to our burg
Remember the date.
$1 A Y E A R
BE ONE OF THE MOOT
PilESEi AT I S MEET
' which will be held in Estacada
Leroy D. Walker was ia the city on next Saturday, Feb. 21,
! commencing at ten in the fore-.
E. K. Olds was an Estaeada V IS- 1 ! noon, will be some meeting and
don’t you forget it. Not only
K j itor Monday.
will be a
R E D H O T SH O W .
A L S O R E M E M B E R T H A T T H E R E IS
A Big Show filing on in Our Store
W E A R E D A IL Y A D D IN G L A R G E S H IP M E N T S O F
The Payment of Taxes
Taxes must be paid before the lit day of April; pro
vided one half of the tax may be paid before the 1 st day of
Miss Laura Stoituer was a Port- ■ will the cannery question and April and the remaining half to be paid prior to the 1st day
; “ good roads” be discussed, but
J : land visitor Tuesday.
other propositions may be con
Miss Mfclde F. titng visited Esta
If taxes are not paid before the 1st day of April, a pen
sidered. Even if no final con-1
cada friends ' iturd.iy.
one per cent for each month is added.
elusions are reached or any
i. 1 Fred Jorg's meat market has plan matured, the meeting will
In case one half of the tax is paid before the 1st day of
1 been improved try a new front.
j net be in vain for by what the April, a penalty of one per cent for each month is added and
B F. Ford has moved into the- other fellow’ s;ys we may learn. I
collect, :1 ■ ith the remaining half of such tax to be paid prior
£ j residence lately vacated by A 1 But it is the general expectation
to September 1st.
1 that much good will be accorrt-
All taxes remaining unpaid on the 1st day of September
Mrs Clark Belknap of Portland ' Plished» and the community
I spent the week end with Mrs. W. Proflt thereby. Everybody in shall become delinquent.
vited, so come.
This bank will receive and pay taxes for anyone without
Miss Lena Harkenrider was litre I Ladies’ A id Social a Success | extra charge.
! from Portland Sunday visiting un-
Taxes are now due and payable.
1 The Ladies’ Aid of the M. E.
' der the parental roof.
church had a good attendance at
J. F. Wiles returned Monday j their box social at the Civic club
from Portland where he had been 1 rooms Siturday night.
j number of boxes were put up and ’
D. S. Fleming and family visited sold to the highest bidder, II. M.
relatives in Portland for two or James acting as anction:er. These
boxes were all furnished by young
N > o n ' r-h Id mis the D 1S T R IK SK O O L March 13th
thiee davs last week.
ladies of the town, with the excep
1914, Friday Nite. Weer goin
Franklin T . Griffith, president ttons of otic, which belonged to j
of the P. R. f.. & P. Co., was an Mrs. Boswell and as usual was the j
Estacada visitor yesterday.
most artistic and beautifully made, j
Mr. and Mrs C. VV. Devcre are It also commanded the highest j
enjoying a vi-.it with Mr. Devore’ s price. Preceeding the sale of boxes, I
a short program was given, consist- j
mother from Main, Oregon.
Miss Alberta Reed came home ing of violin duetts by Rev. Rees j
from Portland Fiiday for a visit and O C Smith and a few recita- 1
lions A lunch was served cafete |
W . D. and L. M. Henthorn, Proprietors
with her parents for a short time.
ria style, by the ladies, also hot
Miss Bessie Congdon went over coffee furnished to all who wished
If you want Furniture. Beds, Matrcs, Rugs or Matting, Wall
-i Di.di - call :,nd see us before going elsewhere. We will
by Eugene this week to \isita it. A fish poml treated no small
try anil please you.
brother and I r.iilv for a few weeks. amount of amusement, which w
M r :,.. S »cel! of Portland, is vis- icciudlifted. bv iles.Lujics Win- U.be
V,,- ju t Mart the TV-trik Skool wm to be heer on the nite of
¡ting her friend M r>. ,\. E. Sparks and M. Evan«. Be hues this, l-.nm •
Miot ti I ttli 1 1.,i4 and wont to tel awl the peeple not tale to sea this
tins week, having arrived yester- made candy was sohl to those with
soiitjeih kom piiv. I f we ruM li v sto o ls lik tliis in our citi we wuhl
a sweet tooth.
Everybody had a
wilinglcc pay tyce our prezunt taxus.
Stanford Cox and sister pleasant 8 °°l* ,im -‘ a,*d the n'-n-.-ral wi«li is
™ : :w . —
,u u .x % ’vt
ly «ntertaiued • number of their 101 * repetition of such .
young friends last Saturday even often. P ic: ..-Js from the social
extreme, nerved a most tempting
C ivic ft ■ i r e , iment Club
amounted to $30,
Cue of the most impôt taut as lunch.
R. W. Ccrv made a trip to Port-
The club room was gaily arrayed
well as enjoy able events in the his
l.i net and McMinnville Sunday.
How much do you weigh? If tory of the C. I. C. of Estacada, for he occasion with quantities of
Mis. Carv '.ccompanicd him, both you v. nt to know your exact 1 was the “ R ally” meeting Saturday small hearts artistically strung
weight and how much a person <1 afternoon. Nearly every member of across the room and other St. Val-
Mrs. W A. Heyltnan attended your weight should cat, come to th the club was present and as a large e t ne appointments.
The next regular meeting, Feb.
the reception and ten Siturday af social given by the h.dies of the mim’ er brought a new member the
will be “ library d a y .”
ternoon at the home of Mrs. I.add Christian Church at the C. I. C. I chib room was well filled.
ESTACADA S T A T E BA N K .
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Goods Arriving Daily
Come in and look over our NEW lines of Plows,
Harrows, S eed ers and Manure Spread ers.
Corbit of Portland.
The meeting was opened by the
T he Estacada Fair
president Mrs. Sparks and roll
The Estacada Fair Committee is
1 called. This was followed by the
regular order of business, after receiving many favorable comments
which Mrs. Sparks in a most pleas- on its policy of going ahead and
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ing manner gave u short address in making a live fair here next au
Bring in your cld harness and have it put in shape
which she gave a brief history of tumn. Several have already signi
the club and explained its object. fied an intention of entering cows
before the spring rush. W e can do it cheaper now
She said it was what its name im for the dairy cow test. The com-
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while not so busy.
plied, civic meaning "pertaining to miitae is anxious to hear from more
a city” and this club was organized ot these interested
K. B. Guthrie.
to improve our little city. It was
not a social club, a card club or a
dancing club. In order to raise
i a n r a m a —
money, the easiest methods were
There will be preaching service
Fred North sohl his mercantile were re elected, and are as follows: employed, hence the dances, w hich in the Methodist church, Sunday
The basketball game tomorrow business at Cazadero to Harry Sny T. Yocum, president: L J Palma- seem to be the most popular amuse evening, Feb. 22, at 7:30 P. M.
uiglit will be a “ hummer.”
der ami Monday moved to Estacad . ¡teer, w e president; A. J. Sparks. ment wherein young people from All are invited to attend.
The time table has been changed where he will occupy the Valentine ' cretary and treasurer, A divi the surrounding country might par
C. B. Rees, Pastor.
ticipate. The writer might add,
again in the freight only. It will house, cast ot the M. E. church.
dend of 3 percent was declared.
that ttndet the auspices of the C. I
now run thre-e times a week, Mon
Don't forget to R E G IS T E R .
Miss Gertrude Lee, who teaches
St. Valentine Party
C., these dances are conducted in a
days, Wednesdays and Fridays.
near Oregon City, is here for a va-
M iss Rachel Dodge came out from
E. H. K E L L O G G , PROPR-
A doz 11 Iadi< s were delightful!« most respectful manner, which oth
The beautiful weather of the cation on account of scarlet fever in
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Portland Saturday to visit home
past ten days must be responsible her school district. She is a gnest cuter tabled by Mrs. H V. Arlix at erwise might not be, if left to the folks at River Mill.
A P P L E C ID E R
O R A N G E C ID E R
for so many ladies getting out to at the home of her sister, Mrs. If her p etty home lest Thursday public in general to conduct.
JOHNSON S C H O C O LATES
uftern >11. The game of “ heart»'
It is reported this morning that
After Mrs Sparks' remarks the
register. Mr. Devore now repoits M. Janies.
U— that means everybody B sure to see thee Distrik Skool
was the principal lorm of amttse- secretary read the by-laws and con Daviil Horner of Springwater, who
that he has over bo women on his
March 13, 1914
Dr. and Mrs. C. F. Cochran of mea ’ h <1.
falling to Mr> A. E. stitution and then a recess of fifteen has lieeu very sick with pneumonia,
Denver, Col., were guests at the Sparks and Mis J. \V. R-.e l. A minutes was taken for the registra- is improving,
Some trapper in this vicinity,
Progress home last Sunday. Mr. delicious two-course luncheon w s lion of t.ew members,
whose name the Progress d id not
Born —To Mr, and Mrs. A. L.
have served and the scheme of decora- 1 While this was going on, the mi -
get, has trapped four otters near
Johnson of Eagle Creek, Feb. 13, a
lieen visiting a daughter in Portland tien w as carried out ¡1 honor of j tertaininent committee had cleverly
the boat house during the last few
girl To. Mr. aud Mrs. Vallen,
i for a few weeks.
St. Valentine with lie-ails and planned a word spelling contest by
weeks. Trappiug is quite an in
Feb. 19, a hoy.
way of amusement, which caused
Mr ard M 's. Laureyy, k ^ . j cupids in the place cards
dustry in this section it seems.
The City Council held a meeting
much merriment and resembled a
R. G. Marclibank has been mak cada’ s popular hotel people left on the menu- Those Pre"el,t " ere Ml!“
Lard, Bacon, Sour Kraut, Pickle?.
night, but aside from allowing
dames C. C. Saling, R. H. Corrili, bargain counter scramble hi some
ing some improvements on the in Mor.dav morning for a vacation trip
bills, no business of import -
A complete line of fresh and salt meats.
large city. Mrs. Clyde Picker cap
terior of his restaurant building to points in Canada and California, I M. Evans A E Sparks, R. M-it-e,
ance was transacted.
Fresh vegetables in their season.
which adds to the neatness of the to be absent for four or six weeks. ; L E Ilelfils, Civile- Jv ker, J. A
valentine, while Mrs. Buttler en-
Fresh E ggs and Butter.
A fruit tree inspector has been in
room, “ Bob’s ’ ’ lunches will cer The hotel is in charge of R. J. Somers and N. B Ecker.
jote.l the • distinction ot receivirg this vicinity the past week ordering
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tainly lie served in better style now
tlie “ booby."
orchards cleaned up, trees sprayed
Over fiftv ticke's were sold for
B roke Shoulder
Just try one and see.
The meeting again being called and in some ca-es Ins commanded
nn while p in in g
Arrangements have lieen covi-
to order, it was found that iS new that the ax 1— t-sed.
plete.i for the C. I C dance Satur ia! car w -s run on .1 on nt cf tie
name» had been added which now
The committee has
The C. I t. . ladies cordially in
nn.kes an enrollment of 50 members.
changed orchestras and Bowker’s boys easily won from the ilresham kb. er Mill, fell and !
ail the voting gills s well as
A social hour followed at which
orchestra of Portland will furnish team and the Springwater ¡iris beat shoulder bot:e. The ¡1 jury was
the “ old girls'' to their Mrrth.i
music for this dance, which will be the Gresham girls 9 to 2 All who quite a bad one, the physician
designated by while aprons covered Washington Tea Monday afternoon
gin at 8 o clock sharp aud end at 12 attended report a very pleasant ■ having
to use chloroform to reduce
with red lie-arts and cute little caps at 3 o'clock. A good tune is as
$ 1 Per Year. Now r, the time to subscribe.
°< 4 ock.’
which made them charming to the ^ sured.
New goods in Hardware,
Wire Fencing, Poultry
Netting and Harness
B ERT H . FINCH ,
Hardware, Harness and lmplem?nts
Carom and Pocket
B IL L IA R D
P A R LO R
P A LA C E M EAT M AR K ET.
Wc handle only the best of meats
FRED JORG, Proprietor
rooms, Saturday evening, Feb. 2d
State Field Worker Maris, who The cost of supper will be: 1-4
organizes the industrial department ! . cent ; r,poin.d tip to ico, 1 5 cent
in the public schoo's, was an Esta - 1 Pcr Polirc* from n o to 200 and one
cent for all pounds above 2 *>. The
cada visitor yesterday.
heaviest and lightest gentleman and
The Commercial Club team of
lady above the age of twenty years
Estacada won the game Saturday
will lie given their supper free.
night with the Mcl.oughliu team
! .1 g «1 ti. 1 ■ for old an-;
from Portland, 41 to 16.
young. 1 . rvbody u - Icitue
Every Jady in Estacada and sur
Coin 111 ¡lice.
rounding c untry is invited to at
tend the Martha Washington Tea
at the C. I C. rooms Monday after
At a meeting of the telephone
noon, Feb. 2,4.
board last week tne same officers