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About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (June 3, 1915)
Do You Read “The Voter?”
Reserve Stock On Hand
The Case ol Jennie Brice
Some time ago, the outlaw au-
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tomobile o f the Schultz house-
“ In what part o f the house?”
hold in Garfield jumped the fence
“ They rented the double parlors
and chased a neighbor’s dog un downstairs, but on account o f the flood
til it finally caught and killed it. , 1 moved them upstairs to the second
Last week Jerome Schultz pur
"That was on Sunday? You moved
chased a couple o f very fine Col them ou Sunday?”
“ Yes. sir.”
lie pups, one o f which was used
“ At what time did you retire that
to replace the neighbor’ s lament-
ed canine, and the other repre-
“ Not at all. The water was very
sents the stock on hand to re- high. I lay down, dressed, at 1 o’clock
place such dogs as may fall a j and dropped into a doze.”
“ How long did you sleep?”
prey to the future depredations
“ An hour or so. Mr. Ileyuolds, a
boarder, roused me to say he had
o f the family machine,
C. C. Chapmans’ s “ Oregon
Voter” is a weekly magazine
published in Portland by the
former secretary o f the Portland
Commercial Club, and Oregon
While this medium is only in
its infancy, it is covering a field
that has long lain vacant. Ore-
gon voters want such a magazine
to post and educate them on vital
issues o f the slate, county and
municipality. With Oregon’s ad-
vanced laws, including the initia - '
tlve, referendum, recall and oth-
Parent Teachers Notice
er radical systems, the voter es- Parent-teacher association meet-
pecially needs proper guidance ing next Thursday afternoon June
and the “ Oregon Voter” is fear- ipth at the school house, two
lessly furnishing it.
thirty o ’clock.
The first five issues have dealt
A question o f interest to par
with such subjects as a complete ents will be taken up.
resume o f the jitney question, j
hard surfaced road building,
Portland city politics, state meas
The C. I. C. dance, which was
ures o f importance, etc.
advertised for Friday evening,
publisher now promises some in
June 4th, at the Estacada Odd
teresting “ dope” which will en
Fellows Hall, has been indefinite
lighten the tax payers on the sub
ject o f Oregon county manage
ment and mismanagement, the
City Should Keep Grader
squandering o f county moneys! The road grader, which is
and the like.
These articles being tried out by the City o f Es
should be interesting and the tacada has proved to be a valu
question arises, will the “ Voter” able implement, and if the city
mention Clackamas county, its can afford to purchase same,
present and past record and sys they should do so.
tem of running a county? Even
This grader has partly paid
then it is a safe bet that Clacka- for itself already and if used
mas’ record will compare favor- regularly in the upkeep o f the
ably with the other counties o f I city’ s streets, would represent a
I wise investment.
Suit You W ant
should be made o f durable and hand
some material—should fit you per
fectly, without wrinkle or bagging
should retain its shape, after several
seasons w ea r- should be stylish and
yet in good taste—should be a
pleasure to wear at all times—
That’s the Suit We Tailor for You
heard some one rowing a boat in the
“ Do you keep a boat around during
The best dressed men in Estacada
today are wearing suits made by us.
“ Yes. sir.”
Ask us, we will tell you their names.
“ What did you do when Mr. Rey
nolds roused you?”
“ I went to the top o f the stairs. My
boat was goue.”
filitH unJ , Ju5 fotintj C o;
“ Was the boat secured?”
“ Yes. sir.
Anyhow, there was no
322 Morrison St., Near 6th
current in the hall.”
P O R T LA N D H O T E L BLO C K
“ What did you do then?”
“ I waited a time and went back to
“ What examination of the house did
you make—If nay?”
“ Mr. Reynolds looked around.”
“ What did he find?”
“ He found Peter, the Lad leys' dog,
shut in a room on the third tl >o:\”
“ Was there anything unusual about
“ I had never known it to happen
“ State what hap|H‘ ned later.”
“ I did not go to sleep again. At a
quarter after 4 I heard the boat eoine
back. I t<»ok a candle and went to
the stuirs. It was Mr. Dudley. He
said he had been out getting medicine
for his wife.”
“ Did you see him tie up the boat?”
Our own special brand, packed by an
exclusive coffee importer for us
“ Did you observe any stains on the
and under our own label.
"I did not notice any.”
"W hat was the prisoner's manner
at that time?”
” 1 thought he was surly."
"T. & G. Breakfast Blend”
"Now, Mrs. Pitman, tell us about
the following morning."
35 c coffee and we guarantee
Here Are A Few
“ I saw Mr. I,ad ley at a quarter be
fore 7. He said to bring breakfast !
if it is net found satisfactory, return the wrap
for one. His w ife had gone away. I j
per to us, we will cheerfully refund your money.
asked If she was not 111. and he said
no; that she had gone away early;
Great values in America’s finest Pianos and Player Pianos. that he hail rowed her to redcral
street, and that she would Is* hack
issue o f the Progress
Used instruments— not the usual second-hand kind, but fine| Saturday. It was shortly after that
1 lb. free with every $2.50 order for
Pianos that have been played on very little and are like new in! that the dog Peter brought in one o f
Mr«. laid ley’s slippers, water soaked.”
"You recognized the slipp er?'
We have scores of other equally as good bargains in used “ Positively. 1 had seen it often.’’
“ Wliat did you do with it?”
We also sell M.J.B. - German American -
“ 1 took It to Mr. l.adley.”
"W hat did he say?”
Economy - Dependable - Country Club -
“ He said at ttrst that it was not hers.
and other well known brands o f coffee,
Then he said if It was she would never
at prices current elsewhere.
Aschenbach - $275 $165 wear it again—and then added—lie-
it was ruined.”
H. P. Nelson - 425
’ ’Old he offer auy statement as to :
285 where his w ife w as?”
"No. sir; not at that time. Before he |
Kingsbury - 290
’ Stt ger
said she had gone away for a few !
“ Tell the Jury about the broken
190 “ The dog found It floating in the par- j
lor with the blade broken.”
“ You had not left it downstairs?”
“ No. sir. 1 had used it upstairs the j If you are in the market for a watch, clock,
night before and left it on a mantel o f
silverware or any jewelry, call and see
the room 1 was using as a tem|s>rary
Steinhauer - $400 $198
$600 $275 kitchen.”
“ Was the door o f this room lock ed ?’
“ No. It was standing open."
“ Were you not asleep In this room ?”
A t Marchbank’s every Wednesday
“ Y'ou heard no one come In?”
“ No one— until Mr. Reynolds roused
and on every alternate week,
R. M. Standish
Wednesday and Thursday
"W here did you And the blnde?"
‘•Behind the bed In Mr. Iatdley's
Give him your order for repairing
30 c lb.
3 lbs. 85c
Dollar ior Dollar Pianos
Tracy & Givens
Jewelry Stock in Estacada
F. E. Beckwith,
To be continued.
or jewelry and save time and money