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About The Estacada news. (Estacada, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (June 8, 1905)
other was a special ordinance which
permits liquors to be served on the [
P U B L IS H E D E V E R Y T H U R S D A Y B Y
tables at the Hotel Estacada at a
H. A. WILLIAMS
nominal tax of $100 a year. Bonds |
Entered at the postoffice in Estacada, Or. of the recorder and treasurer were
as second class mail.
placed at $2,000 each. The board j
Advertising rates made known on appli- 1 ,leld another meeting Wednesday at j
cation. Copy for publication and change which John Lovelace was appointed
The ESTACADA NEWS
of ad copy must be handed in not later | .
than Wednesday morning to insure pub- i
lication for that week.
One Y e a r
Si« M onths
If p a id in a d v a n c e
JUNE 8, 1905
Cashier Henninger will leave for
Estacada, Oregon, on the 25th of
this month where he will engage in
the banking business. He and Jas.
Johns, formerly of Denhoff, having
organized a new bank at that place.
Mrs’ Henll>nger will join him at
J^mestowii and they will travel to
their new home together.
departure of Mr. and Mrs. Hen-
n*n8er> Goodrich loses an estima-
' ’'e lanl'b'. act*ve church workers
and a business man of exceptional
But as the move is for the :
betterment of theircondition the re-
What is Breakfast Without it?
H#ve You Tried Our
C R Y ST A L BLEND? IT IS UNEXCELLED
25c a Pound
Olympia Pan Cake Flour
Self Raising, Prepared in a Moment
T ry a Package, 25c
A large number of people from
Estacada, and the country went to
Portland last Thursday morning to
see the opening of the Exposition.
The Best Syrup Jn Gallon Cans, 85c
Everyone was pleased, and particu-
larly surprised at the great military
In 1-2 Gallon Cans, 45c
parade, the splendid and imposing
ceremonies, and the general appear
ance of the Exposition. It is much
more extensive and on a larger scale 8ret f°r their departure is mingled
than many had thought it would be. with the best of wishes for their fu-
The main buildings were all com i ture happiness and prosperity in
pleted, but several smaller and con which the Citizen most heartily
cession buildings were yet building, joins.— Goodrich, N. D. Citizen of
especially in the Traill district. The May 17.
C. C>., a brother of W. S. Hen
exhibits are all in place and are all
up to the people’s expectations. It ninger has been made cashier of the
is a grand place for recreation, a- Goodrich bank.
musement and, above all, instruc
The following news notes were
tion. Washington has the most pa sent in by F. M. Gill.
lacial state building on the grounds, be of interest to many readers of the
with Oregon and California follow News!
Every person on the Coast is
Mrs. A C Ostereng is seriously ill
expected to visit this wonderful with typhoid pneumonia; but is be-
school of seeing the world in mina-; ginning to improve.
eng lost his house by fire last week.
The East is coming west this sum His loss was about $4 :0.
mer. To see the great fair? Well, set out an orchard of 400 apple trees
yes, but also to see the West. The this spring.
Bats, Balls, Gloves, Etc.
formerly of Viola,
people of the east have heard much
of the Pacific west, and they are
going to see it this year, and the ^ve m’les west of Dufur, on a fine ' j
Lewis and Clark Exposition is the farm, and is enjoying prosperity.
Eli Surface, a brother of E. F.,
cause of the great awakening in the
east and the rush westward. Many is living near The Dalles. John, an-
A complete assortment of fishing sundries. Split
who are coming will not see the fair other brother lives at Mosier, west
Bamboo Jointed Rods, $1.5 0 and up. Quadruple
but these are more interested in in- °f the Dalles, where arealso Janies
multiplying Reels, Baskets with the latest style
It is now Burlingame and Elmer Green. Ed-
shoulder straps, Propeller Baits, etc...................
the duty of the westernerto see that Kar Burlingame, at Mosier, boasts
the homtseeker, the sightseer and °f a P’ ftty little daughter who came
investor are well taken care of.
t0 their llon‘e a short time ago. The
writer closed a three months term
Tha democrats are capturing the
j of school here the 30th and will be
The newest designs in box writing papers, Craepes,
municipal government of the city of
in Estacada about June 15.
and Tissues— assorted colors
Portland. The republican machine
S M IL E S
needed cleaning, but it could not be
Why is a baby like a field of
cleaned while Williams was mayor;
j wheat? It has to be well cradled
he had to lie defeated. How much a
and threshed before it is fit for fam-
demociat mayor and a republican
| ily use.
council can do in changing the state
What is a kiss? A receipt given
Is the best
of affairs remains to lie seen. Much
by a young lady after paying your
of Portland needs purifying, and it
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will be the first case Dr. Lane will
be called on to treat.
bow? He rarely appears until the
Condon is 110 longer an inland storm is over.
town without a railroad.
Why cant a cook eat his apron?
has been completed and trains are It goes against the stomach.
F. M. LANTZ, Proprietor
The city council met last Friday
evening and adopted two ordinances > our lot «rou t0 8,1 unsiKhtl>’ »ize
Fresh and Salt Meats. Ham, Bacon, Pork, Mutton,
regulating the sale of liquor in the It doesn’t add to the appearance of
Lard & Sausage. Everything clean, and the best.
Major W. K. Haviland, the
chairman of the ordinance commit way to compel non-residents to keep
Out of town orders carefully attended to.
tee, introduced the measures. One their vacant property clear of un
sightly weeds etc.
fixes the license for selling strong
liquors at $300 a year, and for malt j Dr. Hill and wife have been spend- Kata Currin and Zoah Irwin were
Arthur Pugh began work in the
liquors such as béer at $250. The j ing the week in Portland.
at the Surface home yesterday.
store, Monday morning.
We are Headquarters for Good
Merchandise at Right Prices
Reed & Barr
The Estacada Pharmacy
Spalding Base Bali Goods
Just In-W riting Paper
Wakeiee’s Squirrel Poison
The Estacada Market