Voting Contest Standing 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. 29. the prize being awarded to the contestant, having received the greatest number of votes, during the past week, being Mrs. Mable Wooster with 52,169 votes. Mrs Mable Wooster 351,277 Mabel Keller 88.889 M E Church 54,928 Mrs. D. S. Fleming 33,483 Lucile Jones 31,556 Mrs Theo Harders 24,129 Abbie Wagner 23,531 Gladys Miller 18,722 Lucy Turel 17,756 Rosa Trachsel 12,106 Mrs, Bittner 8,736 Myrtle Looney 7,064 Erma.Tenny 6,942 Barney Gilbride 4,550 Mary Woodle 2,100 Gaye Sarver 1,786 Mrs Della Vallen 1,830 G W Morgan 1,190 Mrs Guy Wilcox 1,175 S. W. Benjamin 1,160 Veneta Page 1,140 Mrs Chas Duncan 1,085 Mrs. White 1,075 E W Ficken * 1,155 Gladys Joyner 1,030 Sadie Wilcox 1,030 Wilma Kitching 1,023 Mrs R T Carter 1,025 Albert Lichthorn 1,010 Vella Coop 1,015 D odge B rothers MOTOR CAR The enamel, ( not paint) finish of the steel body can be restored to its original lustre un til the car literally looks like new. This is constantly heiiiu done by owners after months o f use. The enamel is baked onto the steel at intense heat. Dust and mud and neg lect may dull its appearance — but the glossy finish is still there waiting to be brought back by a simple process o f cleaning. The gasoline consumption is unusually low. Price for this wonderful car in Estacada is “ If you want to get there, get a “ DODGE’ ’. ” ASK THE MAN WHO OWNS ONE. See - Pesznecker Estacada, Oregon Bui l di ng M a t e r i a l s ♦ + + B R I C K $12. per thousand TILE 4 inch—$30. per thousand feet S A N D + + + The following, have received the nominating vote 1,000. 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 Hunt 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 0 Boswell Garfield Country Club Ethel Tracy $2. per yard G R A V E L $2. per yard SHINGLES (Fanton's or Bittner’s) $2. per M. CASCADE ROOFING $1.25 roll, single ply * 1.50 ’ double ’ Since Beet Pulp is now Off The Market— we have just received a similar good food for Dairv Cows— called * ♦ ♦ Holstein Dairy Food ♦ r_y411en C& Samson FLOUR FEED Estacada LUMBER 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 ’ <c 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. 1 have a special o ffc o make to a Grange, Club, Church or other community organization. S. P. Pesznecker Hunt Rldg. - Main Street - Estacada. Oregon I The ninth weekly prize, a Solid Oak Library Table will be awarded the contestant receiving the highest number of votes, during the w eek ending at noon April 5th. E. H. S. E C H O E S spacem an . Reporter On Monday evening Miss Dil lon attended a meeting of Illinois students who live in or near Portland. Those who were pres ent, first witnessed a series o f University of Illinois views at the Sunset Theatre, including pictures of tne Illinois-Minnesota foot-ball game, and scenes from t h e Illinois-Wisconsin game. Afterward they enjoyed a social time in the "College room” at the Hazelwood. CHARLES j The Inter-class track meet w ill be held on the Athletic Field Fri. Mar. 31st 2:30 P. M. Ml classes are turning men out for practice and Coach Irvine predicts a lively meet with prospects of a good school team. A quarter mile track will be used this year. This track en circles the gridiron instead o f cutting through it as last years track did. The girls are training for rac ing events and will be on the job to bring honor to their classes. E. H. S. was represented at the dedecation of the remodeled O. C. H. S. The report brought back shows that the hospitality- that has always characterized Oregon City was present. Gibson Out For Commissioner Harvey Gibson, of Barton, has at this late hour announced his candidacy on the Republican tick et for the Commissionership o f Clackamas County. Mr. Gibson says he has no in terests to serve but the people’s; that he goes into the contest with the firm determination, if suc cessful, to give his time and thought to the advancement o f the public welfare, and that he considers the road problem the most important matter before the people today. Mr. Gibson is a resident of Barton and has lived in Clacka mas County forty-five years. He is well known in that community as a successful farmer and has a large acquaintance throughout the County. Mr. Gibson's inter est in public affairs is show n in the fact that his neighbors have retained him in the capacity of school clerk and school director continuously during t h e last twenty-six years. To Buy Delinquent Certificates A Seattle capitalist is reported 9 to have on deposit in one of the county seat banks, the sum of $10,000 with which to buy up 1914 delinquent tax certificates of Clackamas County, which will be for sale, April 1st next. Orion Coop o f Currinsville. while playing in the Estacada school play shed Wednesday, fell and suffered a fracture of tne collar bone.