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ESTA CA D A , OREGON, TH URSDAY, AUGUST 27. 1914
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Cary’s for General
Meet your Friends here
C A R Y M E R C A N T IL E CO .
E S TA C A D A ,
Do You Need
A B U G G Y , S U R R E Y , H A C K or W A G O N ?
If you do, now is the time to buy.
F or the next 15 days, we will give SP EC IA L P R IC E S and
EXTRA PIANO V O T E S on the following:
Steel A uto Seat B u ggy
$68.50 and 15,000 votes
T w o Seat H ack
89.00 ’ 20,000 »
T w o Seat Hack
74.50 ’ 17,000 ’
Family Surrey, Canopy T o p 108.00 ’ 25,000 ’
Mandt W a g on complete,
double box and spring seat 100.00 ’ 25,000 ’
60. Lorain Steel R ange
50.00 ’ 15,000 ’
50. Service R an ge
40.00 ’ 10,000 ’
A n y D eLaval Separator from 65. to 90.00 ’ 20,000 ’
These prices are good for 15 DA YS. If you are goin g
to need any of these articles within the next year, buy now
and save from 15 to 25 % .
Bert H. Finch - - -
Hardware, Harness and Implements
Let’s Get Together
YO UR B U S IN E S S
is to buy good feed for your horses, cattle,
swine and poultry and at the lowest prices.
OUR B U S IN E S S
is to sell only good feed for your stock, at
the lowest prices, allowing for the best o f feed.
We also handle A FULL LINE OF LUMBLR and BUILDING MATERIAL
and ask that you give us a chance to
quote prices, before you build.
(W e can make delivery too.)
Estacada Lumber and Produce Co.
$2 a day
$10 a week
The Hotel Estacada
MODERN CO N VEN IEN CES
One of the most delightful Resorts on the Coast
Local and Tourist Trade Solicited
Palace Meat Market
We handle only the best of meats
Lard, Bacon, Sour Kraut, Pickles.
A complete line of fresh and salt meats.
Fresh vegetables in their season.
Fresh E g g s and Butter.
FRED J 0 R G , P ro p rie to r
Waterbury and Chapman
“ The Busy Store”
Leading Grocery Store
Phone, Main 76.
Wholesale and Retail
R. G. MARCHBANK
U C H T LUNCH
TRADE AT THE
ESTACADA HOME B A K E R Y
Cat S. * H. Tradim Stamp*.
C. H. LICHTHORN, Prop.
All I ask
Is a chance to figure on your
Plumbing and Electric Wiring
A. E. S P A R K S
P acific S t a t e s
Fire In su ra n c e Co,
V o te fo r U nion H igh S ch o o l
From All Sections
On September 5th in each school
Beginning at nine oclock last Sun-
The last of the Cary Hot Springs
district, a final vote will be taken
I day morning, the crowds began ar-
people arrived in Estacada last
on the formation of a Union High
■ riving at the new bridge over Eagle
Tuesday night, being R. W. Cary
Creek, connecting George with Es School at Estacada.
and wife and Mrs. A. K. Morton.
The niue districts which have
tacada. All kinds and sorts of
petitioned for such a vote are; Gar
Mr. and Mrs. C. Hicinbothatn
field, Springwater, Elwood, Tracy,
and daughter, of River Mill made a seven passenger autos and ' shanks
Estacada, Viola, Curriusville, Deep
trip over the trail to Viola and mares’ ’ brought the picnicers, from
Creek and Dodge.
spent Sunday at the home of their all sections.
This measure should be carried,
By one «clock there were about
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Sevier.
for a Union High School means the
200 people present, with good rep
Miss Grace Lilly has been en resentations from Estacada, G ar-1 best step In the higher education of
gaged to teach in the Estacada field, Currinsville, Eagle Creek, the students. Such a high school
will be directly in charge of the
Schools for the ensuing year, to
Barton and elsewhere, to join the
taxpayers in the various districts
take the place of Miss Edna Phil
good people of George and Bissell,
mentioned, that is, the governing
lips, who was recently burned to who were all there.
board of directors, will comprise a
death. Miss Lilly is a University
A regular old fashioned picnic
of Oregon girl.
director from each district. If the
dinner was enjoyed in a nearby
Rev. B. W. Bass of Portland, grove, with plenty of fresh, real measure carries now. the chairmen
preached at both the morning and cow’ s milk and gallons of coffee. | of the directors of the districts will
eveuiug services at the Christian furnished by the George Commer act as Union High School directors
until the regular election next June,
Church last Sunday. His wife cial & Social Club members.
when each district will elect its
and family accompanied him to Es
The children and young folks
tacada and were the guests of the waded the creek, while the older representative.
This measure should be voted on
ones thoroughly inspected the
by ballot only and the printed
Mrs. Thos. Fuller of Portland
ballots will probably lie ready at
After the dinner, an informal
and two children, are spending a
each voting place.
few days with her parents, Mr. and program was held, with impromptu
The cost to a party now paying
Mrs. Hans Johnson of George. speeches from representatives from taxes on a $1500 00 basis for this
From there they will go to Cali all sections. The people of George Union High School, will mean pay
fornia, where they intend to make cordially thanked the Estacadians ing in 22 yearly payments, the
for their financial support in the
their future home.
same amount as a parent now has
opening up of the new road with
J. W. Reed o f Estacada reports its connecting bridge and the peo to pay for four years tuition for a
the sale o f one more Ford auto ple of Estacada cordially invited student, under the present arrange
this past week, to R. H. Currin the new neighbors to feel at home ment. Ultimately it will mean the
conveying ol the students ftom
of Currinsville, Mr. and Mrs. when in their city.
their home to and from school each
Currin and daughter are plan
After the program, Miss. Rose
ning to make an auto trip through Jannsen, daughter of Road Super
A Union High School means bet
to the coast with Mr. Reed in visor A. M. Jannsen of George,
ter educational facilities, better and
about a week.
duly christened the bridge' ‘George’ ’
higher salaried teachers, better ap
The 0 . A. C. has issued a new to the accompaniment of a breaking paratus for the laboratories, more
bulletin, given up to the proper bottle of fresh milk, the latter being trade courses, such as manual train
method o f seed selection for po of the real good 7c per quart var ing, forging, agriculture and the
tatoes, with extracts taken from iety.
like, and better equipped graduates.
The picnic was a big success,
Scudder’ s bulletin on
Every voter should vote in favor
“ Growing the Oregon Potato everyone had a good time, got well of the formation ot a Union High
Crop.” Copies o f these bulletins acquainted, and made new friends; School, for it is the best means of
may be had on application to the the future results of which will education in an agricultural coun
mean better and pleasanter trade
try, covering a large area, as in
relations between city and country.
R. C. Deming of Garfield at
tended the meeting of the Logan Development League to Eat
Priscillas and Ladies Aid
Berry Assn, at Salem, Aug. 22nd.
Again the thanks of the men of
He reports having received a good Estacada will be due the ladies of
Last Tuesday, the ladies o f the
ly sized remittance from his first the Civic Improvement Club; for
Currinsville Ladies’ Aid Society
shipment of dried loganberries, these hustlers, in order to help
and the Modern Priscillas, enter
which were sold to Duluth, Minn, their male associate organization
tained with a fine chicken din
buyers. He is arranging to ship bring out a goodly attendance, will
ner, the ladies of the Estacada
more in a short time.
join with the Development League Civic Improvement Club. The
Dont start planning the plant at their next regular meeting, Mon dinner was served at the Eagle
ing o f your crops for hog raising, day evening Sept. 7th and serve Creek Grange Hall and about 50
for another week; when the new sandwiches and coffee. Everyone ladies were present. The Esta
booklet issued by the P. R. L. & is invited to attend, members and cada ladies returned with glow
ing accounts o f the good time.
P. C o.’s Agricultural Dept, on non-members.
“ Hog Raising in Clackamas and
Multnomah Counties” will be
Mr. Edw. Shearer o f Garfield,
ready for distribution. The issue
o f 5,000 o f these 16page booklets is who is in charge o f the poultry
keeping the Progress plant work department o f the coming East
Clackamas Fair, announces that
ing overtime, now.
Mr. E. H. Bauer, president o f
Among those, who are leaving
the Oregon Poultry and Pet
or have already left for the hop
Stock Assn., will place the
fields, are Mrs. Neil Bronson,
awards. He is one the foremost
Mrs. Willis Yonce, Mr. and Mrs.
fanciers in the state, and an ex
W. H. Holder, D. S. Fleming and
pert judge o f game birds, ban
family, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Pos-
tams, pigeons and poultry.
son, Mrs. Ray Eschleman and
Everyone is asked to enter
children, Mrs. Linn, Mrs. Geo. their birds, whether prize win
Dale, Mrs. Smiley
Lovelace, ners or not and get the benefit of
Clyde Havens, Mrs. W. Givens, expert judgement on them.
Phone Mr. Shearer at once and
Willis Mayfield and family and
the Maynard family of Estacada. advise him o f your exhibit and
get all information regarding
Mr. McMillan o f Eagle Creek this department o f the fair.
took a load o f pears into Portland
recently. A Mr. Sterling of the
Gresham Fruit Growers Assn,
Work has already commenced
recently phoned to this office, on the new Barton bridge over
stating that he would pay $20.00 the Clackamas river.
per ton for Bartlett pears in car men are now at work on the ex
cavating for the piers and pile
load lots, although he felt it was driving. They expect to have
too late to get good fruit now. this bridge completed by Nov. 1st
Inasmuch as it was unlikely that next. This bridge will be 210
a carload could be gotten togeth feet long with an approach of
er on short notice, Mr. Sterling 1100 feet on the north side and
will be about 40 feet above the
did not come out to Estacada.
water. The contract price for,
These “ get together and get ac
quainted” dinners given by the
ladies will be the means o f form
ing closer social aud business re
lations between the people o f the
different sections o f this country.
A cordial invitation was given to
the hostesses to join with the C.
I. C. ladies in their work and
such an accession o f strength will
mean more good work accom
plished by the women for the
W ater W agon Trip
A delegation, comprising the
water committee of the city coun
cil, the marshal and Dr. R. Morse,
city health officer, made an auto
trip last Thursday in search o f
good water for Estacada. They
returned after several hours,
with wet feet and signs o f hav
ing done their duty nobly. They
report having found a goodly sup
ply from a branch stream o f the
North Fork, samples o f the wat
er have been sent to the State
Board o f Health for analysis and
the report will probably be good,
for this stream is far from any
This expedition shows that the
council is trying to relieve the
present water situation, altnough
to obtain water from that source
W. P. Bartlett of Eau Claire, this structure is $12,240.00 and j at this time, is practically out of
the work is being handled by A. 1 the question, owing to the city’s
Wisconsin, is visiting at the home
present bonded condition. If,
C. V. Berry o f Portland.
of his son, Ed. Bartlett. Mr. Bart
When this bridge is finished, temporarily, some supply o f good
lett, Sr. is in his 85th year but is Barton people will probably want ( drinking water could be piped
as active as a man of 60. He all o f the people to come over into town, it would answer pres
recently made a hard trip from Eau and celebrate its dedication and ent requiremente.
opening, as was done at George.
Still, Estacada should not feel
Claire to Portland; then to Coos'
The building o f this bridge and | that their lot is very bad as re
Bay and back to Estacada, but I the George structure are epoch ‘ gards pure water, when we read !
seemed none the worse for the making in this vicinity, as it I in the Oregon City Courier, the!
travel. Ken Bartlett, who has been means the uniting o f the large following glowing
one of the North Fork fit- fighters j tributary country to the towns in “ People Drinking Rotting Pup
the valley. Due credit should he ! pies. ” for we only have “ colon
for the past week, returned home given to the Clackamas County! bacilli” , hut as Estacada is only
Friday to enjoy a visit with bis Court for their efforts in the o b - 1 a small city, we cant expect to
taining o f these improvements. 1 have a whole pup at this time.
Estacada State Bank
Deposit your money here at any time.
Draw out your money at any time.
Make use of our checking service.
N o matter the size of your account.
F or safety, leave your valuables in the vaults.
W hen you want to borrow money, either short
or long time, let us help you.
W hen you want information on good invest
ments, let us help you.
For your insurance, our service is of the best.
Feel at home to avail yourself of our conservative
LEROY D. WALKER. President
THOMAS YOCUM. Vice President
IRWIN D. WRIGHT, Cashier
Interest paid on time deposits.
$59. Steel Range FREE
T h e E S T A C A D A F U R N IT U R E C O . are now ready
to begin the sale of their famous 300 P IE C E S of
T his handsome FRENCH BLUE E N A M E L E D W ARE
and the R A N G E T O B E G IV E N A W A Y are
now on exhibition in their store windows.
T o each piece of this ware, is attached a duplicate number,
the purchaser receiving one number and the duplicate
is retained by the company for the drawing.
On a certain day, notice to be given in advance, after the
last piece of this famous FRENCH BLUE E N A M E L E D
W A R E has been sold, a drawing of the lucky
number will take place and the party holding
number receives the
$ 5 0 .0 0
S I EEL
O ne number is attached to each article, regardless of
its selling price. Each article is sold at a very
reasonable price and is of the best of quality.
Call at the store at once, for the 300 pieces will soon be sold.
Estacada Furniture Co.
Green Trading Stamps.
W idely scattered have been built by the
Portland Railway, Light & Power Co. for
the purpose of providing
Reliable Electric Service
to its patrons. Through high tension trans
mission lines, each of these generating
plants are intercommunicative, so that the
service is insured against unforseen inter
Portland ( 2 )
Portland Railway, Light & Power Co.
Broadway and Aldtr Struts
H om e A-6131
If the European war continues, look out for prices to jump
on WHKAT and FLOUR.
Now is your time to buy
Dements Best Flour
and get the best, before the advance.
Manufactured by Dement Bros. Co. Walla Walla, Wash.
Sold only by
J. F. Lovelace, Estacada. Oregon
Special prices in quantity lots. CRAIN o f a l l k i n d s w a n t e d .