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The Estacada News
Ladies and Children’s Winter Underwear
In Union and Two-Piece Suits *
GOOD BARGAINS IN LADIES & CHILDRENS HOSE
Mrs. D. C. Crane,
CITY OFFICIAL DIRECTORY
.............................../....... ......... J. W. Reed j
W. K. Haviland Sr !
I .............................................C. F. Howe
.............- ....................E. F. Surface ;
......................... W. F. Cary
R. A. Stratton '
.............................John B. Haviland
.......................John T. Page !
...........................John F. Lovelace i
Real estate is moving.
J)ont speculate; it will stop.
October 7 Molalla will have their
Larid with Heavy Fir Timber
Which is suitable for
LOGS & P I L I N G
Excellent growing time for mush
rooms and lobsters.
Between Estacada and Cazadero. 150
This is the long dry autumn you yards from the railroad, and 3-4 of a mile
heard about last spring
Water system committee: “ We
recommend the investment.”
This ought to be a good time to
float, bonds while the tide is in.
Nearly 800 hunting licenses have
been issued by the county clerk’s
O A Cheney, one of Oregon C ity’s
business men, visited Estacada yes
Mr and Mrs. John Hunt spent
Monday at the Fair returning that
Clyde Grabel has come over from
Grass Valley to live with his folks,
and to attend school.
Mrs. J. Winder and daughter of
Baker City are visiting at Mrs. W ’s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Cooper.
Assistant Cashier Wright of the
U. S. National Bank, of Portland,
was a guest of Attorney Heylman
Mr. Lawrence of Newberg came
over and visited a few days with his
daughters, Mrs. W A. Jones and
Mrs. Eva Kessler.
W. A. Cunningham was elected
treasurer of the volunteer fire de
partment Monday evening in place
of C. F. Howe resigned.
Roy Meyers left Estacada Satur
day evening for Spokane.
tended to stop a while in Portland
before proceeding to the metropolis
of the Inland Empire.
A t the meeting of the Estacada
Volunteer Fire Department Monday
eveninglhe constitution of the de
partment was amended limiting the
number of members that may be-
Price,, only $1,000
Call on or write
Estacada, Oregon, Thursday, Oct. 5, 1905.
HUNT, Estacada, Oregon
long to twentyfive instead of sixty.
“ No Hunting Allowed” notices
for sale at The News shop
The lower Garfield school house
has been painted, and the trustees
will perhaps have the Zion church
A letter from Mr. and Mrs. Bos
well says they are 6,000 feet high
up in the mountains and are enjoy
ing good health and camp life.
The postoffice department is ad
vertising for proposals from the
public to carry the mails.
contracts to extend from July 1 ’06
to June 1910.
The 100 mile $1 excursion trips
over the O. W. P line has been
During a time these
were popular, daily observation e x
cursions and brought many people
out to Estacada.
Samuel Lantz of Salem has taken
a partnership interest in the Esta
cada meat market with his brother,
F. M. Lantz, and will do the out- j
His family will move
Men’s, Women’s & Children’s
Men’s Long, Medium and Short Slickers, Short and
Hip Boots and Aquapelle Leggings
Work and Dress Gloves
"New line just in from best house on the Coast.
Per Pair, 50cts to $1.50
Shoes at Reduced Prices
Yours for business,
REED & BARR
W E C A N S E L L YOU
E V E R Y T H IN G IN
Carpets & Rugs, Wall-Paper, Mattings,
Special attention given to Undertaking.
EVERYTHING IN FURNITURE
We believe in a nimble penny
Rather than a slow sixpence.
COOPER & EYMAN,
the day was given the public until
Saturday morning, and about seven-
tyfive people along the line staid at
home who, if they had known of the
rates, would have gone to the Fair.
The Debois Lumber Co. has sidewalk
lumber surfaced on j sides, 6, 8, 10 and
12 feet long, uncut f9 a thousand, cut in
any length ¿9.75 a thousand. Leave or
ders with W. A. Jones.
Sewing and dressmaking done by
For several days previous to last Miss Gertrude Morrow.
Saturday, Portland Day, many peo
A good second-hand sewing ma
ple were inquiring if reduced rates
were to be granted on that date, but chine for sale at $5.— Mrs T . J.
no information of the half rates for Wirtz
Rev. H. Moys of the Methodist
church preached his first sermon in
Estacada last Sunday. He is a res
ident of Portland and will preach in
Estacada every two weeks. He al
so holds meetings at Eagle Creek.
S ID E W A L K LUMBER