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About The Estacada news. (Estacada, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 17, 1905)
N o. 37.
Estacada, Oregon, Thursday, A ug. 17, 1905.
TH E BANK
OF E S T A C A D A
W. A. HEYLMAN, Cashier
Capital, $ 6 ,0 0 0 .0 0
A g e n e ra l b a n k in g business tra n s a c te d
CITY OFFICIAL DIRECTORY
Mayer..................................................... J . W. R ..d
I ................................ W. K. HavtlandSr
Reduction Sale on
Every Pair Reduced.
W e Must
Our Fall Stock
A L L M E N ’S,
E . V & r f t c a n ,o u n la i» “ d a r Sh in gles w e ll seasoned
».................- w- P- Cary an d o f th e best m a te r ia l.— A . M o rro w , E s-
I ....................................... R. A. Stratton . , .
........John B. Haylland tad «da, O regon .
Treasurer............................................. John T. Paee | ~ ~
Marahal......................................... John F. Lovelace who is in camp with Mrs. Adkins
Having decided to go to Philadel
phia, we are going to sell all of our
furniture and goods which are near
ly new. Also a single driving har
ness, and a riding horse.
the house, 2nd street.— Dr. G. W.
and Mrs. Barr.
Conductor H. E. Williams and
family have moved into the Jesse
Miss Margaret McKinnell of T a
coma arrived here last evening and
is a guest of Dr. and Mrs. Haviland.
Miss Hattie Miller of Anaconda,
T. J. Reagan is painting the E s and Miss Grace Wilson of Genesee,
tacada Bank building.
Idaho, are spendinga few days with
Mrs. H. E. Stubbs is in the phy- * Abbie Irwin and friends here,
sician’s care for quinsy.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Block
School Clerk Lovelace was at Or- comfortably located in the Shafford
egon City, Monday, on school busi- home which they have rented for
W O M EN ’S, B O Y S’ , M IS S E S ’ A N D
C H IL D R E N ’S SH O ES:
$3.50 Shoes, now
3. and 2.85 Shoes, now 2.25
2.50 and 2.25, now
2. and 1.90, now
1.75 and 1.65, now
.95, .90 .85 now
r .A * .
Fm * C * d ar Sh m * 1“
I h a v e th e s e llin g a g e n c y fo r firstclass
Aldermen [ ' ~ : Z
H O U SEH O LD GO ODS FO R S A L E
Yours for Shoes
Reed & Barr
V a n a k i.
looper & Eyman
Mrs. Annette Cotter of Portland j P. H. Jeffers and wife returned
was visiting Mrs. A . E. Eckerson to Minnesota last week.
pect to return to Estacada and p u t!
J. W. Irwin and wife of Edmon- in 3 novelty and notion store here,
W E C A N S E L L YO U E V E R Y T H IN G IN
ton, Alberta, are here on a visit to
Mrs. Eva Kissler, who is sick at
the home of her sister Mrs. W. A. i
Mr. and Mrs. Lott of Woonsock-! Jones, with typhoid-pneumonia, is I
it, S. D. visited Mr. and Mrs. Rich - ' improving as fast as can be expected ;
ards last week.
Manager A. J. Paul of the Esta-
Father Amslem will hold mass 03(18 wood working factory spent a :
services in Estacada the second Sun- number of days cruising timber up J f * 9 | * n p f C X> D l l f i c
W / lll- P s in P r
day of each month.
the Clackamas and the North fork. l ' ° l
0 1 IV U 3 3 *
|T |C U U IIg 3 ,
Mayor Reed was up from The
Oaks Tuesday evening to attend a
meeting of the council.
Jack and Howard Latourette of
Oregon City were guests of Doctor
and Mrs. Smith this week.
Cooper & Eyman have just put
in a new stock of wall paper of the
finest, up-to-date patterns.
T „ _
Mr. and Mrs. L . C. Possen have
moved into town and have a pleas
ant location on the East side.
Attorney W. A . Heylman has re
ceived word from the secretary of
state that he has been commissioned
a notary public.
Mrs. Wm. Holder was in Tues
day to meet Miss Florence Buchan
an of Hood River who will teach
the Tracy school in district 68.
W. S. Henninger and Jas. Johns
who moved to Pendleton from here
are doing business under the firm
name of The Hartman Abstract Co.
The>' also deal in real estate-
A t about 12 o ’clock Monday night
there was considerable noise in the
vicinit>' of the city Jai1' and from
the tone and lanKuage used it could
not have been a Sunday School af-
On the strength of a dyna-
mite proposition the noise subsided,
but we understand someone spent a
part of the night in jail.
A reunion and picnic dinner of
the following relatives and friends
was held in the city park last Sun
day: J. W. Irwin and wife, W. S.
Irwin and family, Ed. Miller and
family. Wallace Miller and family,
Dave Miller and family, E F. Sur-
Ed. Rich left for the seashore on face and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Doke
Monday evening to spend the rest and others whose names we were
of the week in camp with Mrs. Rich unable to learn.
P IC T U R E F R A M IN G
C A B IN E T M A K IN G
Special attention given to Undertaking.
EVERYTHING IN FURNITURE
We believe in a nimble penny
Rather than a slow sixpence.
COOPER & EYM AN,
County Superintendent of Schools their threshing done.
Z in se r h as announced th at th e state
m oney fo r C lack am asco u n ty schools
amounts to $ 13 , 81 ».80 and that on
Ty . ,
the first Monday m October a per
copita apportionm ent o f $ 1 . 7 0 w ill
b e m ade.
There is now availab le
o f the cou n ty fund fo r apportion-
m ent close to $20 ,0 0 0 .
Sim Heiple started out Friday with his
who h" been »¡»¡ting in
Virginia for a year has returned to her
ho^ f al currinsville.
Mr. Still is building a new house,
Carpenters Cahill and Woodell are up
«t Dover building a new school house.
0 ) 4 Githen* “ improving from an at-
tack of the fever.
Wm. Loony is receiving medical treat
J. W. Dowty and John Githens have ment in Portland.