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About The Estacada news. (Estacada, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (May 4, 1905)
E . A . M ille r lias gon e to A u rora to
spend a w eek w ith h is brother-in-law ,
O. B. T a y lo r.
Mr. and M rs. S h ib le y are spen d in g the
w eek in Salem .
Many years ago great timber for
E . A . M ille r and fa m ily spent S atu r ests stood where the beautiful sub
d ay and S u n d ay w ith frien ds in D odge.
urbs of Portland now are, and it
T h e steeple on the ch urch has been re was an easy matter to get timber for
b u ilt in th e place of the one th a t was lumber, but it is different today.
b low n off abou t tw o m onths ago.
Good timber is gettihg scarcer, and
Mr. and M rs. C o ok and fa m ily of C o l mill men find it more difficult to get
orado arrived in S p rin g w a ter Tuesday good locationf.
Sawmills are find
even in g and e xp e ct to m ake th eir hom e ing their way nearer the mountains
here. T h e y w ill liv e on th e D ubois farm where it is easier to get logs.
this sum m er.
day sawmills are numerous around
W h itlin g R u fu s.
1 Estacada, though but few have any
Springwater Mill Co.
If You Intend To build
Consult us about your lumber.
Dressed lumber of all kinds, delivered at
great quantity of logs near at hand.
The latest mill to begin doing busi
T he cou n ty court has ordered th e road j ness near town is the Dubois Lum
prices that will please. W e make everything
ru n n in g east of tow n opened up and w ork j ber Company’s plant one and a half
needed in building matter
w ill be com m enced at once.
mile west of town.
M r. W o rk s w h o has been c u ttin g wood has just completed its plant though
fo r M r. P alm er has q u it and go n e to work'! it has already filled a few orders.
for U n cle Sam . He has been appointed Power is furnished by a ioo horse
m ail carrier in th e Portland office.
power engine, and the mill can turn
Call on or address our agent,
T he sm okestack has been placed in po out from 10,000 to 35,000 feet of
sition on th e n ew b oiler and it w ill o n ly j lumber a day.
Over 4,000,000 feet
be a sh ort tim e till th e Su m m it plan t w ill of lumber is on land belonging to
be 600 horse pow er.
the company, and most of it is a
M r. B orin g has the carpen ters at w ork
superior grade of timber from which
on th e la rge barn he is p u ttin g up.
A p arty w as giv en at the h om e o f O r-j the best grades of flooring and fin
v ille B orin g last W ednesday even in g.
ishing material are made. The mill Estacada,
T h e y o u n g people o f B orin g spent a is equipped to turn out all kinds of
pleasant e v e n in g at the hom e o f G race -
A flume about
Palm er last Satu rd ay th e occasion b ein g 1
three quarters of a mile in length
M iss G ra c e ’s b irth d a y.
M r. F u lle r and fam ily h ave m oved to 1 to float lumber has been built to a
E ag le C reek .
M rs. F u lle r is still on the convenient loading place op the new
. . . . P io n e e r R e a l E s ta te M a n o f E s ta c a d a . . . . . .
county road. The company has a
M r. T h a tc h er and w ife o f C lackam as
contract to furnish 10,000 ties to
Sun dayed at th e K n o x hom e.
the Southern Pacific Railway Com Improved farms, Wild lands and Timber claims for sale
Dr. George W right Hill and wife
pany. A contract has just been let
of Portland are coming to Estacada.
Also some excellent town lots
They will occupy the Johnson prop for 3,00c,000 feet of logs.
erty. Dr. Hill will have offices with E. Dubois is general manager of the
N O TA R Y PUBLIC
E. L. Meyers
Thos. J. C U R T I S ,
Wait A Minute
Let us'figure with you. Did you ever stop to think that we can save you money on a Buggy, Hack
or Wagon? Can we? I should say we can! We are Manufacturers’ agents. Agents for Studebaker
Bros. Mfg Co. South Bend, Ind. who have the largest Wagon and Carriage Manufactory in the World
where 75,000 Studebaker Vehicles are turned out annually
(A word about the Studebaker Wagon,
the lightest running wagon made) There are more Studebaker farm wagons in use today than of any
three makes combined. Why? The Studebaker’s popularity rests soley upon its superiority.
Quality that makes the name “ Studebaker” stand for all that is good in Wagon Making. It is quality
which makes the Studebaktr the most economical Farm Wagon that the farmer can buy.
debaker Quality is the result of two things) A most rigorous inspection and selection of all material which goes into the wagon, and
the most careful and skillful workmanship. Nothing is slighted; nothing is overlooked. They are right all the way through. That
is why a Studebaker lasts so much longer than the ordinary farm wagon and why the user of a Studebaker has so few repair bills to
pay. All the timber used in constructing the Studebqker is selected with special care as to its soundness and freedom from heartwood
sap-wood, wind-shakes, Etc. A ll Studebaker gears are ironed with best charcoal American refined Iron, jor soft steel.
Rivets and Bolts are of best Norway iron. All gears are soaked in pure boiled linseed oil which expels every particle of moisture and
keeps it out for all time. This process still further toughens and hardens the already thoroughly seasoned wood. Wheels with slope
shoulder spokes— No greater improvement has ever lieen made in wagon construction than the invention and use of the Slope-Shoulder
spoke, cha acteristic of the Studebaker wagons only. They excell all other spokes in carrying the greatest amount of wood into the
hub, and are strongest just at the shoulder, where the square-tenon spoke is the weakest.
HUBS: It goes without saying that the
better the hub the better the wheel. Light and small diameter hubs look neat, but if you want a wheel to stand up through all kuids
of usage over a long term of years, it is necessary o use a huh which will afford some real foundation for the spokes. Studebaker bubs
are large in diameter. Studebaker hubs are turned from strictly sound New England Black Birch.
These hubs are immersed in the
pure boiled linseed oil, which is heated almost to the boiling point. This prevents all checking, spliting and shrinking. TIR E S: the
wheels of the Studebaker wagons are fitted with patented round edge tires of American refined iron.
All tires are oil welded which
is the liest method known of bringing about a smooth tough and perfect union of two pieces of iron.
Studebaker tires are not milled
out at random, but each tire is measured and fitted to each separate and individual wheel.
This insures a perfect fit every time and
guards against-ill-fitting, and quickly loosening tires.
SUM M ERY: When you buy a Studebaker Hack, Buggy or Wagon you have
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The Cary Cash Hardware