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About The Estacada news. (Estacada, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (June 29, 1905)
J. R. Townsend a practical shoe
maker from Portland has establish
ed himself in the shoe making and
repair business in Estacada.
shop is in the old fish market build-
in on Broadway.
Clackamas Power Co.
been incorporated by J T Apperson
H E Cross, C H Dye, E G Caufield
and Irwin B. Sanborn.
T h e object
of the new company is to erect and
maintain dams on the Clackamas
river and to develope its power, and
to buy and
estate and to
operate a logging industry, etc.
has a capital stock of $25,000 that
is divided into
too shares of $250
What is known as the Rridenstine farm
is for sale in small tracts. This land is
near town, and will go fast at the price
$ 25 to $ 5 0 an Acre
To aee this land, learn terms etc call on
It is'quite rainy and cool for this time
Quite a number of old friends have re
turned to Garfield for a short time. A-
mong them are Wid and Bert Palmateer,
sons of Wm. Palma tee r, of lone, Daniel
Palmateer and wife, Wm. Welch and
! sons of Lodi, Cal. Mrs. Minnie Ely and
son of lone. Her husband returned to his
home after meeting Mrs, Ely, Grand
mother Sarah Palmateer, Mrs. Buckhan-
on Fisher and son Bonnie, of Roseburg.
Mrs. Fisher’s husband joined her here
last week. Mrs. F. returned to Portland
to fill an engagement, as she is a first-
class musician, and well-known by the
leading music firms of Portland imd seat-
tie. She is kept quite busy. Mr. Fisher
staid in Garfield for his health, he is suf
fering from a paraletic stroke.
Mrs. Moore and daughter Jessie are
visiting Walter and Creta Lemon on the
There was a very pleasant reunion and
double birthday dinner at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Dock Palmateer’s, June 22
it being the birthday annivesarv of
James Daniel Palmateer of Lodi, and
Mrs. Emma J. Palmateer wife of Dock
Palmateer. There were present, Daniel
Palmateer, wife and son, Wm. Welch
and sons Clarence, Bernard and Leonard,
Mrs. Eunice M. Homer, Mrs. Sarah Pal
mateer, Lee Wills wife and son Ira, W.
P. Snuffin and wife, Millard Sarver, Mas*
ter Richard Palmateer, and the host and
hostess Dock Palmateer and wife. After
enjoying the dinner the party spent some
time in converse, singing and prayers,
and wishing many returns of the day.
Consult us about your lumber.
all kinds, delivered at
prices that will please.
W e make everything
needed in building matter
on or address our agent,
E. L. Meyers
CO U N TR Y AN D TOW N
Our dry season is a wet one this
Sp rin gw ate r Mill Co.
and we have had a week of
Wanting any printing done sh
cali at T he N E W S Shop and see
what we can do, and get oui
eson what they want done1
— Good grade blotters at
office, 5c a doz.
N ew s
Bridge t Beach s to ve s & Ranges
F O R B E A U T Y AND L A S T IN G Q U A L IT IE S
We Sell These
Yon want the best. Are you ready
for it this season?
We are prepared as never before to meet your
wants In vehicles snd harness. There's noth
in« superior to what we are showing, in taste,
style and service. Absolute honesty In mske
and material. You will agree when wa tall you
IT S THE FAMOUS
No m atter what yotr*wsnt—if It's a harness or
something that runs on wheels, we've
got it or will quickly get it.
Com a ia and figure with us. Everybody knows
The Cary Hardware Company.
The Cary Cash