Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, March 09, 1916, Image 4

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    Voting Contest Standing
ter. The one coming last week
likes to eat he will eat two or
three times in an afternoon if he
J. Kirchem, of Sellwood, was
has the opportunity. The people
out recently visiting at the home
wish they would travel on and
of E. Naylor.
not return.
A. W. Cooke and wife were up
Roy and Carl Douglass went to
to see Mrs. Howlett last week.
Springwater on Tuesday after
The people of this neighbor­ some grain.
hood have recently been bothered
Mrs. A. W. Cooke, accompan­
by a couple of tramps, who have
been wandering around. One ied by her son, W. W. Cooke,
just arrived last week, but the came to her mother’s, Mrs. How­
other has been a frequent visitor lett, on Monday and will stay
at different homes during the win- with her for a few days.
Eagle Creek Notes
Following is a list of contest­
ants and their respective stand­
ing in the Thousand Dollar Mer­
chandise Prize Voting Contest,
as shown by the judges’ count,
ending Wednesday noon, Mar. 8th,
the prize being awarded to the
contestant, having received the
greatest number of votes, during
the past week, being Mrs. Mable
Wooster with 12,093 votes.
Parties, whose names appear
below and who do not wish to be
contestants, are asked to kindly
advise the judgesorthe News.
Mrs Mable Wooster
Mabel Keller
M E Church
Lucile Jones
Abbie Wagner
Rosa Trachsel
Mrs Theo Harders
Gladys Miller
Mrs. Bittner
Myrtle Looney
Erma Tenny
Barney Gilbride
Mary Woodle
Gaye Sarver
Mrs Della Vallen
G W Morgan
Mrs Guy Wilcox
S. W. Benjamin
Veneta Page
Mrs Chas Duncan
Mrs. White
Lucy Turel
E W Ficken
Gladys Joyner
Sadie Wilcox
Wilma Kitching
Mrs R T Carter
Albert Lichthorn
Mrs. D. S. Fleming
Della Coop
D odge B rothers
Every Standard of Accuracy or Excellence Which Enters
Into Construction of the Car is Established
By the Two Owners of the Business
The manufacture of every part must conform to the guages
and measurements determined by them.
They fix the
formulas followed in melting, shaping and forging the
steel, iron and brass.
From the handling of the raw
metals to the final assembly, every department in the or­
ganization is directly responsible to the Dodge Brothers.
Price for this wonderful car in Estacada is
“ If you want to get there, get a “ DODGE’ ’. ”
Clackamas Garage
Estacada, Oregon
We re Giving - -
The following, each received
the nominating vote 1,000.
Gladys Carpenter
Echo Thomas
Echo Githens
Mrs Ed Douglass
Mrs W E Cromer
Mrs Frank Boyer
Gladys Townsend
Mrs Willis Yonce
Alta Reisland
Emma Barr
James G Hamilton
Mrs Dr Morse
Mrs Archie Yocum
Leta Posson
Doris Lovell
Rosalia Allen
Roberta Reid
Helen Bartlett
Mrs Roy Douglass
Mrs Guy Hun^
Mrs J W Stevens
Mrs J W Stubbs
Hazel Freeman
Mrs R E Davis
Annie Krigbaum
Bertha Devore
Mrs Lou Baker
Hazel Beers
Albert Lichthorn
Edna Jorg
Mrs B O Boswell
Garfield Country Club
Ethel Tracy
100 cents Worth of Value for each $1.
whether in Feed, Lumber, Shingles, Lath, Sand or Gravel
T ile
4x12 inch Drain
£1.20 per hundred feet
30.00 ” thousand ”
Sand or Gravel
$2.50 per cubic yard
Estacada Lumber & Produce Co.
W. J. Samson
E. D. Allen
The Yale System of Lighting for the Farm
Makes and Burns its Own Gas from gasoline
Each burner producing from 600 to 1200 candle
power light, costing not more than frc per hour.
3 forms of installation, Hollow Wire. Hollow Pipe
or Individual Portable Lamps or Lanterns.
Let me tell you more about this safe, simple, eco­
nomical and efficient system of lighting.
I have a special offer to make to a Grange, Club,
Church or other community organization.
S. P. PesznecKer
Hunt Bldg.
Main Street
Estacada. Oregon
The sixth weekly prize,
Leather Rocking Chair will be
awarded the contestant receiving
the highest number o f votes,
during the week ending at noon
March 15th.
Estacadian Before The
Before the Portland Press Club
tonight, will be presented a five
act Indian play, illustrating the
life of the Indian as the pioneers
found him, the better phase of
Indian nature being depicted.
The play, costumes and music
are the work of a Mrs. L. B.
Downey-Bartlett and are des­
criptive of the different tribal
ceremonies which formerly ex­
isted among the Indians.
The leading members in the
cast are William Underwood o f
Estacada and his brother Corbett
of Underwood, Wash., who take
the parts o f Chiefs White Cloud
and Great Bear.
Few of Bill’s friends ever sus­
pected him o f harboring histrion­
ic ambitions, but let the girls and
ladies beware, for if Bill ever
gets to be a matinee idol, he will
sure break up some hearts, for
not even the legendary Hiawatha
in his palmy days, was as hand­
some a looking buck as Bill Un­
derwood, and brother Corbett will
do his share towards presenting
the stolid Indian of history as a
good looking, clean cut youth.
As soon as the bill boards ad­
vertise an advance date for Bill’s
further appearance, the Estacada
crowd is going to hire a special
car and with the band playing,
“ I Never Rasied My Son to Be
an Actor” is going to buy up the
front rows.
Card Of Thanks
I wish to thank my many
friends for the help and sym­
pathy extended to me in the re­
cent illness and death of my be­
loved husband.
Mrs. J. W. Johnson.
Springwater, Or.,
March 7. 1916.
Editor News:
My Dear Bob—
For several weeks the residents
of Springwater have been unable
to get telephone connections with
Estacada owing to the condition
of the cable running under the
railway tracks. Most of t h i s
winter our service has been very
poor for the same reason. I am
reliably informed that the Esta­
cada Telephone Co. has this cable
but simply neglects putting it in.
Can you just insert this in your
paper as a suggestion to your
merchants that they exert a pres­
sure on the Telephone Co. or
Brother Sparks to get this cable
in as promptly as they send in
their bills.
S. W. Kilgore.
The Springwater Grange will
meet next Saturday, when the
new lecture contest begins.
Services will be held at the
Springwater Presbyterian Church
next Sunday morning, the topic
o f the sermon being “ Christ a-
gainst the Devil” . Evening ser­
vices will be held at Eagle Creek
and Christian Endeavor meetings
will occur at 7 P. M. at both