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About The Estacada news. (Estacada, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (June 8, 1905)
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Will it ever stop raining?
PUBLIC LAND SALK
Notice is hereby given that in pursu
Henry Palmateer is in Portland.
Mrs. C F Howe of Portland was ance of instructions from the Connnis-
at Mr. and Mrs. H H Anders last I sioner of the General band Office, under
authority vested in h'm by section 2455,
week. Mrs. S Palmateer and Mrs. U. S. Rev. Stat., as amended by act of
Joe Horner were in Portland to see 1 Congress approved February 26, 1895, we
will proceed to offer at public sale on the ;
Everybody in Garfield '.s in fine 28th day of June, next, at this office, the
spirits, and about all one hears is, following tract of land, to-wit: The Lot
numbered One of section 32, T. 3 S.. R.
are you going the fair? Yes, all are I 4 E., containing 16 acres. Any and all
on the move, but the road between | persons claiming adversely the above de-
here and Estacada is bad at the ! scribed lands are advised to file their j
claims in this office on or before the day
Wilson hill and beyond.
Mrs. Geo. Lockerby went to the above designated for the commencement
| of said sale, otherwise their rights will
city to consult her doctor, and take I be forfeited.
T. Yocum was in town on
Dated May 16, 1905.
A l g e r n o n S . D r e s s e r , Register.
business. E. T . Davis will take in
G eo . W. B i b r k , Receiver
the fair this week.
Cleave Wagner is home on a visit
to his parents and family.
Wagner is in Portland.
Strawberries are scarce, too much
rain; everything else fine.
An entertainment and ice cream
social will take place in the grange
hall in Garfield on the evening of
What is known as the Bridenstine farm
The proceeds will be
used for the benefit of the grange. is for sale in small tracts. This land is
Ice cream and cake will be served near town, and will go fast at the price
at iocts a dish. Coffee at sets. A
fine program will be given.
people of Estacada and other towns
are especially invited.
To see this land, learn terms etc call on
will be cordially welcomed.
Spring w ater Mill Co.
If You Intend To build
Consult us about your lumber. Rough and
Dressed lumber of all kinds, delivered at
prices that will please. We make everything
needed in building matter
Call on or address our agent,
E. L. Meyers
$25 to $50 an Acre
The rainy weathercontinues with
the persistancy of a court plaster.
But it means good crops on the farms
and with these the country is con
C O U N T R Y A N D TOW N P E O P L E
Wanting any printing done should
call at T h e N E W S Shop and see
what we can do. and get
U. j> VI
es on what they want
We have them to sell
And want you to know it.
Our line is the Best,
And we’re not afraid to show it.
We HandleThe Studebaker Line
Of Vehicles because they always please the buyer. We go upon the theory that to get and
hold your trade in the future we must give you the biggest value for your money. You are
not buying a pig in the poke— A thing of unkdown or questionable value. You know and
everybody knows they’re Standard the world over. Can’t we do something for you? We
are agents for the entire line, about everything thought of in vehicles. What we do not have
in stock we will get quickly to meet your wants. Come in and let us talk about it.
WE SAVE YOU MONEY
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