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About The Estacada news. (Estacada, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (June 29, 1905)
The new terminal city of the Oregon Water Power and Railway Company’s standard gauge electric
railroad, is 36 miles Southeast of Portland on the Clackamas river.
raising country surrounds the place.
lumber by numerous sawmills and sold at reasonable prices.
A rich farming, fruit-raising and stock
Any amount of the best of timber alwnds which is converted into
The railroad facilities are the best, see time
Estacada is situated to become a manufacturing center, the river will supply any amount
The railway company is now coustructihg a 15,000 horse power electic plant one and a half mile
A large woodworking factory is in operation
Here is a good field for a furniture factory, an
implement and handle factory, wagon and carriage factory, box and basket factory, shoe factory, and other
A fruit cannery would pay well.
The city is nicely located and the site is easily drained.
visit to Estacada by prospective homeseekers will convince them that this is the place in which to locate.
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The O. W. P. & Ry. Co. is hav
ing bunkers costing $10,000 built
near the freight depot in Portland.
These are to receive the crushed
rock that is shipped from Cazadero
for the streets in Portland.
B ig Preachers For Fair Services
Leading exponents of the various
creeds will speak at the Sunday ser
vices at the Lewis and Clarl^ Expo
sition, which are held in the audi-
toriuni’^t 4 each Sunday. The list
of those who will preach includes
some of the best divines from all ov
er the country, and insures the pop
ularity of the services.
days the admission to the grounds
das l>een reduced from 50 to 25cts.
Gates are opened at noon, and the
exhibit palaces are open till 6 p. m.
Amusemedt features on the Trail
are not permitted to run.
July 2, Rabbi Emil G. Hirsch D.
D. of Chicago, the most distinguish
ed rabbi in America, will preach.
July 9, Preaching by Dr. Newell
Dwight Hillis, successor to Henry
Ward Beecher and Lyman Abbott,
pastor of Plymouth church, Brook
July 16, Annual sermon for the
Nat’l conference of charities and
corrections by Rev. Lee of St Johns
church, St Louis.
July 23, concert by Nord Pacific
Saengerbund in session at Portland.
July 30, Rev. Thos. E. Sherman
of St Louis, a son of Wm. T. Sher
man, and a well-known Catholic
priest, will speak.
August 6, Sermon by Charles M.
author of “ In His Steps”
Clackamas Co. summer normal
has begun and will last till Aug 4. of Topeka.
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