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About The Estacada news. (Estacada, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 17, 1905)
The ESTACADA NEWS
Preaohing services Sunday in the
Reed hall at 7:30 p. m.
P U B L IS H E D E V E R Y T H U R S D A Y BY
The family of B. W. Read have
moved into the house at Fifth and
Miss Gertrude Morrow left yes
terday for a two weeks' stay in the
city visiting the fair.
Merchant Eyman has put up a
large tent on his residence, lot and
they will move into it to live.
R. W. Cary and his mother, Mrs.
F. R. Cary went to Portland yester
day and will spend a few days at
H. A. W ILLIAM S
Entered at the postoffice in Iistacada, Or.
as second class mail.
Advertising rates made known on appli
cation. Copy for publication and change
of ad copy must be handed in not later
than Wednesday morning to insure pub
lication for that week.
If paid in advance
AUG. 3, 1905
The vote on the question of issu
ing bonds for a new school house
last Saturday turned out very' suc
cessfully for a hew school. There
were thirty eight votes cast and all
were in favor of the bond issue.
Clerk Lovelace has already taken
further steps toward issuing the
bonds which will be for $4,000 and
to run twenty years. An effort will
be made to sell them to the state
school board, but it is thought a
lower rate of interest can lie secured
from other sources. The state asks
6 per cent, and private money lend
ers offer to buy at 5 per cent.
Prof. Frank Irwin, and little son,
who have been visiting his parents
and relatives, started for their home
at Oakley, K an., Wednesday.
Mrs. Jarvis arrived here from the
East last week and is stopping at
the Portland restaurant.
Mr. Ja r
vis is running an engine atCazadero
Three additional pieces of ma
chinery—a self-feed ripsaw, a turn
ing lathe and a post borer, are s<pon
to be installed at the wood working
H. Cooper and wife are enjoying
a visit from Mr. Cooper’s sister,
Mrs. B. L. Bates and husband, and
The idea seems to prevail with
their daughter, Mrs. Sadie White,
some that the O. W. P. & Ry. Co.
some time ago had purchased the
The corner saloon closed its doors
O. W. P. Townsite Co’s interest in
It was not so reported to business Wednesday morning on
in The News, and we have not seen notice from the city recorder for
any printed report that said the failure to comply with the city’s sa
railway company had bought the loon regulations.
W. H. Hurl-
R A. Stratton had his new bank
burt purchased an interest in the safe put in place Monday, and car
company, and that is all that has penters are at work fixing up the
been reported. The O. W. P Town- bank room which occupies a space
site Co. continued as before with a in the rear end of the Reed and
change or so in officers.
There is business taking place at
There were 64 applicants for cer
the Estacada woodworking factory. tificates to teach at the teachers’
Superintendent Kuhn has the ma examination last week. The papers
chinery all placed and in fine run will be given out today. S ix of the
On Monday the com candidates are applying for state
pany had eleven carloads of cross- certificates.
arms to fill, and under favorable
Dr. Haviland attended
conditions a carload of eight foot
exercises at the Expo
arms can be made in a day.
sition. Mrs. Nellie Cavender and
of the crew put in extra time load-
son, Richard, of Mason, Mich., re
ing cars after supper.
turned home with her for a short
Mrs. Nettie Grable, daughter of visit with the family.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Cooper, has made
There were huckleberries in town
arrangements and has bought the
goods fora rackit store in Estacada. Monday at 50 cents a gallon.
She will have part of the building
South of the furniture store. Mrs. er memliers of the family brought
Grable has for several years been them in, and it was a caution how
manager of the dry goods depart- everyone wanted their acquaintance.
ment in a large store at Grass Val-
Doctor and Mrs. Hill are prepar
ing to go to Philadelphia where Mr.
David“Martin, of Anatone, while
rounding some stock in the Grand
Ronde country, last week, erme a-
cross a den of rattlesnakes located
under a rocky hillside. He imme-
diately drew his revolver and began
shooting. He had only 24 cartridg-
es with him, and after firing all of
these he kept up the fight with
rocks. When the smoke of battle
had cleared away Martin counted
his victims, the total reaching 56.
Some of the snakes were about six
feet long, the largest one having 28
HiI1 wiU take UP sPecial work in
themedical departme.t of the Un>
verit>' of Pennsylvania.
announcement on first page of the
sale of their house K «*19-
Two new ordinances were passed
by the city council Tuesday even-
ing, one to prohibit vagrancy and
the other- to stop the use of profane
language on the streets and public,
Dry Goods Dry Goods Dry Goods
M y new stock is
New Patterns and Latest Designs
The very low prices and standard
quality will meet the approval of all
Everything in the Grocery Line
Fruit Jars & Crockery
C. F. Howe-
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Dont Pay Rent !
We have a nice improved residence lot,
with house and other improvements on
it. Buy it and save your rent money
For particulars call at
The News Office.