The Estacada news. (Estacada, Or.) 1904-1908, May 25, 1905, Image 1

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    Estacada News
No. 26.
Estacada, Oregon, Thursday,
L a te s t S ty le s
25, 1905.
I know you like | Good Bread & Butter
and I have it
t L o w est
U n ic e s
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Is all right, and you will find it is a bread winner
H a t s m a d e to O rd e r a S p e c ia lty
♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ »»»
MRS. D. C. C R A N E , Milliner, E S T A C A D A
The Meadow Cream
enthusiasm in Sunday school work. Is a reliable brand of butter. It is made by the Hazelwood Co.
J. A. Johnson and family have lo- |
Going to the Fair opening?
cated in Sheridan their old home.
If you have a sweet tooth that neecls filling try some of those
Now for the sunny side of life.
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Surface close
The school proposition seems to their Spring term of school at Cur-
Chocolate Chips & Creams at
have many advocates.
rinsville on Friday, this week.
Since last week's brick plant news
Deputy Assessor Nelson was in
everybody looks brighter.
town this week taking the census
Mr. and Mrs. T . A . Miller were and making up the assessment list.
out at their home Sunday.
A . F. Warner received for ship­
Druggist J. B. Haviland was in ment last Saturday 3,950 pounds of
Portland, Monday, on business.
Had the weather been fair
Wm. E. Straight is putting up a the shipment would have been much
building on his property on Zobrist larger.
Henry J. Hartwig, of Evansville,
Cooper & Eyman
Henry McGinn, federal judge to- Ind., is visiting the family of John
be of this district, was at the Esta­ P. Steinman near Currinsville, and
cada, Friday.
will attend the Lewis and Clark E x ­
T. B. Lawrence arrived in Esta­ position at Portland this summer.
cada, Monday, after a few months
W A. Heylman has had a car­
spent at Sumpter.
load of wood fiber plaster shipped in
The wood factory is the place to for his bank building. Mr. Night­
go when wanting smooth, planed ingale of Portland has the contract
to do all the masonery work includ­
boards for any purpose.
Mrs. Mary E. Groff has bought ing the brick vault.
Last Friday Charles Norris liv­
a residence lot on Shafford street
ing near Barton while working with
and will soon build a cottage.
Mrs H. W. Downing and the some logs met with an accident. A
children left Sunday for McMinn­ ! log rolled over him, dislocating his
Mr. Norris came to
ville to spend a few weeks with rel­ left shoulder.
the shoulder set.
located in Esta­
John Page and family who have
bought a piece of the Boswell land cada early Wednesday morning May
have moved to Estacada and will 24, and Merchant Howe thinks of
giving him the management of his
The bright, little fellow
The Port-Asia Club of the O. R.
weighed 9 lbs. 2 oz. and Mr. and
& N. employees and their families
Mrs. Howe are receiving congratu
took dinner at the Hotel Estacada
last Saturday.
The O. W. P. Ry. Co's bridge a-
There will be preaching services
cross the Clackamas at Cazadero is
at the school house next Sunday at
nearly completed except the two ap­
1 1 a. m. Rev. Jones of Portland is
proaches. On the west bank of the
scheduled to preach.
river two spurs are being built, one
P. P. Hall has the work of putting down the river towards the power
in the loading platform at the side­ dam site, and one up the river to
track, an addition to F. M. Lantz's Mr. Fred Morris's cottages.
market and a meridan counter in
Mrs. Bither’s candy store.
Rich Bottom Land for Sale
Hon. Joseph Buchtel was visiting
The finest of rich bottom land in
his old friend, Dr. Smith, Sunday. small tracts, 5 or 10 acres, suitable
Mr. Buchtel is ex-sheriff of Multno­ for any kind of use, for sale at $75
mah county, and ex-chief of Port­ an acre and up. Land is only a few
land's fire department.
hundred feet from Currinsville de­
Rev. H. N. Smith of the Congre­ pot. and is in rich state of cultiva­
gational Sunday School Extention tion. Apply or write to
organization was in Estacada, on
J. H. K IT C H IN G ,
Thursday of last week working up
Currinsville, Oregon.
Have just added to their stock of
Carpets & Rugs
Paper, Mattings Etc.
We believe in a nimble penny
Rather than a slow sixpence.
Special attention given to Undertaking.
E. F. R11.KY
Fres. & Mngr.
F. B. R i l e y
-------- APPLY TO TH E---------
Title Company
Adjoining Estacada
606--608, Chamber of Commerce Bldg.,
What is known as the Bridenstine farm
is for sale in small tracts. This land is
For full information in relation to near town, and will go fast at the price
C la ck a m a s C o .
& Titles
$25 to $50 an Acre
Reliable Abstracts of Title at reasona­
ble rates. Loans Negotiated. Clacka­ To see this land, learn terms etc call on
or write
mas County Property Bought & Sold.
Taxes received at our Portland office.
Estates Managed
Deeds. Mortgages and other Papers
Accurately Drawn
David Bridenstine
Estacad«, Oregon