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NO. 5 or VOL. 8
E ST A C A D A , OREGON,
$i A Y E A R
OCTOBER 22, 1914
While the Estacada High School
In accordance with the Script-
The Modern Priscillas, of Cur- tural command, to the effect that, foot ball team lost to the Washou-
liiisville, met for an all dav session “I will make you fishers of men.” gal boys, by the narrow margin 6
at the home of Mrs. Henry Heiple, J the ladies and members of the to 7, the local boys showed 100%
over their former
Thursday, Oct. 22nd.
Methodist Episcopal Church of improvement
Rememher that C. I. C. Hallo Estacada, certainly used the prop
Dale covered himself with the
ween dance, at Estacada. Saturday er bait, to attract us sinners, to olive branch, bv his successful
night, Oct. 31st, tickets 75c. A l their banquet, given in the ; kicks from placement, which netted
Deposit your money here at any time.
so, the Barton dance, next Satur church, last Friday evening.
i Estacada its six points, while the
Draw out your money at any time.
About sixty members and non opponents scored by the touch
Make use of our checking service.
j down route.
A baby daughter arrived at the
All witnesses of the game re
home of Mr. aud Mrs. M. J. Stev
No matter the size of your account.
one of the finest repasts, that 1 marked
on the big improvement on
ens near Boring. last week. The
ever tickled the epicurean tastes the pare oi every player and the
For safety, leave your valuables in the vaults.
mother aud daughter are both get
When you want to borrow money, either short
ting along finely.
consisted of a fine course dinner,. fumbling, which characterized
. . . last
or long time, let us help you.
Leroy D, Walker, of Canby, w’as prepared largely by the ladies of |
,, were still hit .
information on good invest
in Estacada last Tuesday to attend the Ladies Aid Society and ad
let us help you.
a meeting of the Estacada State mirably served by their members
Bank's directors and other business with the help of some other er week of practise will result in
For your insurance, our servicers of the best.
the opposing runner’s legs, resem
young ladies. From the begin- bling
home to avail yourself of our conservative
the Rev. Rees’ right pedal, if
Last Sunday’s wind storm I
w'ith an orange appetizer, they dont
come to a full stop.
played havoc with some of th eion through the dainty, yet bouti-
The next game will be at Estaca
ItROY D. WALKER. President
George aud Bissell fences which tiful courses of chicken, salads, da, Oct. 31st, against^tbe Hillsboro
THOMAS YOCUM. Vice President
will guarantee the useful occupa
IRWIN D. WR10111, Cashier
gang and if they happen to read
tion of the owners' time, during cluding the ice cream, k was a this account, they probably will
Interest paid on time deposits.
pleasure to some of us wo rally want to cancel the engagement.
this rainy spell.
last game was an expensive
Any information that will lead to
ly enjoyed by the hosts them one The
tor Estacada, as the visitor’s
the conviction of the party or par
from their Washington
ties that have kidnapped the Esta
At the conclusion of the ban expenses
home consisted of several miles of
cada Stock Yards, will be greatly
appreciated by F . D. H., % P. K. charge of the program in the carfare financially, Estacada is a-
bout $20. on the wrong side of the
L. & P. Co.
capacity of toastmistress, and ledger.
How many numbers have you, on the
The Estacada people have
A baby boy was born to Mr. and demonstrated clearly, that the
been supporting the team well, but
Mrs. Wm. Kaake, of Estacada, sterner sex from now on, are out
many regular rooters were away
$50.00 Steel Range
Friday, Oct. 16th. The other chil of the running, when it comes to
No plea should
dren being girls, the little boy is filling the position of Estacada’s
to be made to get the local
that is to be given away in a few days,
Mrs. De have
especially welcome, and mother aud banquet conductor.
people to pay two-bits to witness
to the holder of the lucky number?
vore’s fund of humor was ex these games, for the show is worth
son are both doing nicely.
haustless and her stories were in four times the admission price.
Hugh Mendenhall and Noble
There are only a few articles of the
MacMillian, of the Forestry and P. every instance, directly apropos
The local boys play the Gresham
R. L. & P. works, are contemplat
FRENCH BLUE ENAMELED WARE
team next Saturday afternoon. A
Owing to the absence of Mrs. special
ing an early hunting trip in eastern
T. J. Reagan, Mr. Wm Dale read bont 12.30 with a round trip rate
left, and each has a number attached,
Oregon, with ducks, geese and
no matter what the price.
gophers as their quarry.
60c. Everyone is invited to joiu
year, and the raport as shown, of
I. O. O. F.
All Odd Fellows was one to be proud of. A year the rooters. Notify manager Earl
This ware comprises a full assortment of
come out Saturday evening, Oct. ago, the church had about one Tracy if you will go on the special
kitchen utensils and is of better quality
24th and bring your family. We dollar cn hand to face the coming car.
than any other granite ware.
want to entertain you. Committee, year, and during that time, the
Road Supervisors Notice.
your utensils and replace the worn ones
C. M Sparks, E . B. Byers, and members contributed and raised
Attorney C. W. Devore, of Esta
now, before the drawing occurs.
over $ 1 , 000 ., which money was cada,has received from the county
clerk, notices for the special road
Frank Cockerline, the poultry
Estacada Furniture Co.
red during the year, including meetings, to be held in the various
expert of Viola, is making weekly
the pastor’s salary, payments cn districts.
Green Trading Stamps.
trips into Portland by automobile,
parsonage, contributions to the The supervisors may obtain one
every Wednesday, where he dis
church work and causes, salary of these notices from Mr. Devore,
poses of his chickens and eggs
of evangelists and other expen ft is necessary that all road meet
ditures, and left a balance of ings be held in time to allow of the
A. E. Sparks states that the pro several dollars in the treasury. report of the meeting to he iu the
ceeds of the Wednesday night per The church should be proud of hands of the county clerk by Dec.
For a few days, you can buy a fine box of
formance of Checkers, at the Family this report, and it is hoped Uiat 1st.
Theatre, will be donated to tin the ensuing year will see a larger
Stationery, and Japanese Cup and Saucer,
The law requires that all such
Rev. Rees, to help allay the pains amount of money raised and meeting notices, shall be advertised
For Fifty Cents, at the
equally as well expended.
of a broken leg.
three weeks prior to the meet
B. F. Ford gave an interesting tor
Mrs. F . J. Harkenrider, of Esta talk on the "Duties of the ing and a notice posted up for ten
cada. and daughter Lena, returned Official Board” and explained the days prior.
Novelties are now on display.
This matter should not be delayed
this week, alter spending about general workings of that mys
three weeks, visiting among friends terious and awsome body.
and relatives in Indiana.
Mrs. J. It. Hughes of Currins- of advertising, comprising four is
Harkenrider reports having had the ville responded to a toast, to the sues of the paper, which must pre
Pure Food Department
best of a good time, with a contin pastor and wife, and voiced the cede such meeting.
ual round of enjoyment.
good wishes of the congregation
CARY’S M ER C A N T ILE CO.
Ed. Burnett, of Portland and
The paving on Main and Second
Rev. Rees, followed with an Sts. has progressed rapidly, with
Eagle Creek, has been in this part
of the country, recently, buying po interesting resume of his work all of the bed of boulder rocks in
Friday and Saturday Specials
tatoes. A s soon as the Estacada in the past year and an outline place. The bed appears too high,
stock yard’s hog buyer and a few of the work which he hopes to j but after being well rolled, it will
more commission men get into the accomplish during 1915.
probably get down to its proper
Mr. A. Demoy in his character- ,eve, Owing to the sagging side- Celery -
habit of visiting this section, the
Choice Small White lb. 6c
.st.c manner, paid the highest of j walks> in the vicinitJ, it is hard to
more welcome they will be.
Lettuce Choice Head 10c
. . .
f J ¡determine the exact grade with the
The Ladies of the C. I. C. on and . added
Apple Day, Oct. 20th, served ap energies and good work, being;
M . , Ames Ray Eschleman, Ripe Tomatoes
ples in all styles. If the eastern done by the women of this city.
Rich as Butter Sweet as a Nut
public had been able to sample some
Mr. F. B. Guthrie outlined the
of the culinurv triumphs as made future work that is to be accom building a monstrous wooden toller,
We sell it
by the ladies, it would have insured plished with and among the to take the place ot a steam roller,
as it is impossible to hold up the
the disposal of the Oregon apple younger people of tne church.
here, until one of the coun
A musical program, in charge ty paving
rol'ers is at leisure. This roller
Cabbage, Solid Head lb. l>4c Per Pound
The newly completed home of J. of Mrs. A. K. Morton, concluded looks like a fir Juggernaut and when
A. Somers, on their new ranch the evening. Miss Helen Bart finished should do the work, with
east of Estacada, is another sign of lett and Phil Standish, accom - 1 S sufficient means of locomotion.
WHITE LAUNDRY SOAP
the rapid growth of this city’s su panied by Mrs. H. G. Trowbridge,
Up to Oct. 15th, Recorder De
- - 25c
burbs. The house was built by
vore shows that about $376. had
Mr. Somers and B. R. Kimmel. rendered a couple of exception-
Ibee" sPen* on
work' leavinK a
R. M. Standish and family recently ally pretty duets.
600 . with which
moved into the Somers house in
an omen of the church’s success to tinish lhe i,,lj
Road Supervisors Kitching and
for the coming year, it insures; Hr. Adix at his own expense is i Temperance Entertainment Millard,
have been keeping the
Eagle Creek Grange met last Sat- a bright future.
! paving that part of Second St. ad- Mrs. Lillian Downing, a Wom Barton gravel
pit and the railway
Let’s Talk Turkey
In one more month it will
T he L O R A I N S T E E L
RANGE with its even heat
will turn the Turkey a
Nice Crisp Brown. And
after dinner, TH E OAK-
WOOD HEATER, with its
Open Hearth will give you
solid comfort as you sit
Call in and Look Over our excellent line of
STOVES, RANGES and HEATERS. They Satisfy.
Bert H. Finch Hardware, Harness and Implements.
I Will Pay
I W ill Sell
$1.05 per bushel — for good wheat.
Price paid for oats — on request.
O cto b er )
Shorts - $32. per ton.
Bran - 30. per ton.
Flour - 6.20 per barrel.
"H a rd W h eat P a te n t”
Feed of all kinds—prices fair, honest weights and treatment.
Try a small package of “Guthries Chicken Mixture.”
It is a tonic for poultry—containing bran,
shorts, soy-bean meal and blood meal.
(Formula from F. B. Guthrie, Agricultural teacher, Estacada School.)
Lstacada Lumber and Produce Co.
$\o a week
f a « day
The Hotel Estacada
MODERN C O N V E N IEN C E S
One of the most delightful Resorts on the Coast
Local and Tourist Trade Solicited
Palace Meat M a rk e t
only the best of meats
Lard, Bacon, Sour Kraut, Pickles.
A complete line of fresh and salt meats.
Fresh vegetables in their season.
Fresh Eggs and Butter.
Waterbury and Chapman
"The Busy Store”
Leading Grocery Store
Phone. Main 76.
POP. Wholesale and Retail
R. G. MARCH BANK
How are your chances?
FRED JORG, Proprietor
Estacada State Bank
From All Sections
A. E, S P A R K S
Pacific States Fire Insurance Co.
Roy and Paul Morrow of Esta
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ewing, No
ble McMillan, Herbert Scuphani cada. returned home last Monday,
and John Brooks, of Cazadero, re after an extended trip through
turned last week from an extend Washington, having visited N.
ed trip to Olallie Lake, about 60 Yakima. Seattle and other points,
miles from EsUcada, in the raoun They are expert apple packers and
tains, near the Crook county line. found plenty of work this vear, but
They report a fine but arduous trip, not as profitable as at Hood River
with some hunting and fishing.j in former years.
The men, installed a water gauge
Dave Bridensttne and wife, of
clock at the outlet of the lake, to
i joining his property, from the line) en’ s Christian Temperance Union
Damascus, visited Estacada last ! urday with about 50 member pres
report the water flow from that
Dave is considering I ent. besides some visitors A short
The new home of Mrs. L E. | of the city’ » work to the curb. The' worker of Portland, will give an
point, for the P. R. L. & P. Co.'s
moving from bis Damascus farm business meeting was held in the Belfiis. of Estacada, is fast nearing railload company is considering do- ' entertainment which includes sev
statistics. This clock is set to re
onto his 90 acre place near Logan. morning. After partaking of a fine , completion. The house is l>eing ing the same along their property eral readings and a lecture, at the
cord for six months, which will |
The latter place is now occupied by dinner, an interesting address on built by J. W Reed, with the help and if other property holders would Christian Church, Friday evening,
necessitate a similar trip next;
Mrs. Ewalt and sons, who are ar dairying was given by Prof, Fitts, of Clark Possum, E. Bates and do likewise, it would mean one
Oct. 23rd. at 7:30 o’clock. Every
March. A trip into that part of ranging to lease another farm of the O. A C. Prof. Lamb, of the Chas. bhutter
When finished, complete blotk of good paving, and
is invited to attend. A collec
the mountains in the spring is far nearbv.
This is the farm tdat same institution, gave a gcod talk this cottage will be another of the would act as an incentive and mod-
will be taken.
pretty homes in Estacada.
el for more such improvement.
ftota a pleasure jaunt.
company working overtime, to sup
ply them with the necessary dress
ing for their respective road build
ing. The new work along the
Currinsvrile road, near the Lovell
aud Bullard places is ot the liest
and represents a let of donated la