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E S T A C A D A , O R E G O N , T H U S D A Y , N O V E M B E R 2, 1905.
C IT Y O F F IC IA L D IR E C T O R Y
Mayor ...........................................................J . W. Reed
I ................................. W. K . HavI land S r
....................................................C . F. How«
Alderman > ......................... ..................... E. F. Surface
.................................................... W . P. C ary
I .......... ................................. R . A. Stratton
Recorder ..................i...?...:...............John B. Havlland
Treasurer.............................. I .................. John T . Page
Marshal................................................. John F. Lovelace
T ow le’s Maple Syrup
Tow le Cane Syrup
T ow le’s Cooking Molasses
Fancy Cream Rolled Oats
Fancy Cream Rolled Wheat
Tillamook Cream Cheese
Royal Club & Fountain Canned Goods
Three Heart Naptha
Golden Star Lenox
C. F. HOWE
C A P IT A L $10,000.00
W e handle Insurance in several of the Best and Oldest Companies
Buy and Sell Lands and Issue
Drafts on Foreign Countries
Are local Agents for the O . W . E. Townsite Company
Business of the Merchants of Estacada
and the Farmers is Solicited
W E W IL L E X T E N D YOU E V E R Y F A C IL IT Y C O N SIST A N T W ITH
MODERN B A N K IN G P R IN C IP LE S
Call on us—Wc arc here to serve you
J. W . R E E D . Pres.
T. YOCUM. Vice-Pres.
R. 4. STRATTON. Cashier
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Olson of
Minneapolis, spent Wednesday with
Mr. and Mrs W. A Heylnian.
We have a tract of One Hundred
acres of land one and a half
I Nature is certainly putting some
Cazadero that we can
very pretty shades of coloring on
many of the trees, but the sturdy give the first applicant a bargain on
It’s worth $400 more than we will
firs remain evergreeu.
for it. The present owner must
More new sidewalks.
During the Portland Fair the rail- j
sell Enquire of the Estacada State
The weather could not be bette'-. way companies sent out 18 carloads
G. W. Morrow and W. P. Ready of printed matter as advertising h r
R. A. S t r a t t o n , Cashier.
the Pacific Northwest.
were in town today.
D. F. Warner returned Monday 1 Rev. Levi Johnson, whom our
R. W. Cary was a passenger to
: from a trip up the Valle/ to Silver- towns people will remember, has
town Monday evening
Mrs. F. M. Lanz is spending the : ton. He is buying and shipping been stationed at Pendleton to do
church work. Mr. Johnson owns a
week at Gresham, her former home. produce from the fanners.
Mr and Mrs H. M. Young of fine home and a number of acres out
Mrs. C. G. Cathcart of Cazadero
spent Sunday with their from Pendleton on the Umatilla.
was shopping in town, Wednesday.
daughter, Mrs. H. A. Williams. ! Miss Nora Durrell of Gresham has
Mrs. Henry Githens of Eagle
j Mrs. Young remaining a few days. organized a class in piano music at
Creek visited Mrs. W. A. Heylnian
Al. Havens and Ha/tnon Green this place and comes up twice a
. . .
week to give lessons. The following
a. e making ar angements for asocial are taking lessons of her: Rachel
The News family is indebted to
dance to take place Saturday night. Reed, Vivian, and William Stratton,
the Shultz boys for a mess of fine
The small boy was out perform-i Mrs. Geo. Stratton, Merton Strat-
> g his official duties Halloween, |ton' and Bernice Morris'
It is pleasing news to the many ! anfj (mt again very early next
friends of Mrs. H. W. Downing morning to see what had happened.
that she is very much improved.
R. J. Smith and family who have
Mr. andJMrs. L. E. Jdartinez left ¡ . ^ m t m i n g the Park ‘ hotel have
Estacada Tuesday. They will re gone to Portland.
side in Portland for awhile and may
Frank Closner who was up last
go to California'.
week for being out of order accord
Sabbat h S ^ 001 and Church servi- ing to rules observed by Lord Ches
a ces next Sunday at the usual hour. terfield, was brought before Judge
(JJ Station Agent Cook has rented the Haviland and, upon the promise of
<9 Eyman residence, and they are mov- his good behavior, the charge of ar
son for having set the jail afire last
(Jj | iug up from Boring.
fiL , J. Gilstrap and W. A. Cunning; week, was not brought. A fine of
Q) ham were the judges, and A. Mor- $50 was imposed oil him and he was
fiL row and Merchant Barr were the permitted to go.
Q ) clerks at the school bond election
The sights on Broadway, the
morning after Halloween would
W 1 Samuel Lantz and family have indicate that there were some rather Councilman C. F. Howe aud daugh
fJL rented the Mathew farm and are large boys out the night before.
moving into the farm bouse. Mr.
A gravel train on the O. W. P
The 5-mill road tax levied by the
T. J. Mathews goes to Potland to Ry was wrecked near Lentz, yes
city has been extended on the tax
live with his sou John.
terday, caused by the rails spread
roll of the county.
Superintendent Wisner of the ing Passengers had to be transferr
Rev. Smith and wife are in town
Government Fishery Service reports ed around the wreck which caused
today from Portland looking up the
that 48,000salmon eggs were secur- some delay to travel, but no serious
status of the religious work here.
; ed from the fish that were caught damage resulted from the accident.
D. Clinton Heylman has been in
‘ at the small works at Cazadero
Gerrick Bros, who have the con
tjle 1 Portland this week establishing a
j The repair work on the bridge tract for laying the pij i !g in
real estate office. Mr. Heylnian in
i has been completed and it is ready canal at Cazadero have arrived and
tend* to conduct the business in con
for all kinds of public travel. The are getting ready for work.
nection with the Bank of Estacada.
mud sills have been placed on rocks
T h e railroad Co. has announce 1
The special meeting which was
i which will insure them for a longer t-ic Smulay rates off
last week by Rev. Stubs
time than the old ones served.
I Mrs. Dr. Boys spent Sunday with will not take place next Sunday as
Rev. Weltner, of Minnesota, an Judge and Mrs. Haviland.
was expected. W ork on the new
old friend and co-worker of Rev.
Mrs. Alek Robinson, of Clacka- church has not advanced as rapidly
Stubbs in religious work, who came
mas is visiting Mrs. L. C. Possen. \ as expected.
here a couple weeks ago, has bought
s >me city property and is building
a residence. He likes our country
and we are glad to have him settle
Cords of good fir wood for sale at
the right price— The Bank of Esta
your house at Portland prices & &
Garfield Grange held an enjoyable
Frank Folsom, wife and daugh
ter returned, Sunday, to Sprague,
W ash., after a three weeks visit
with relatives and friends.
Mrs. John Hughes of Viola visit
ed at the home of J. P. Irvin dur
ing the latter part of last week.
Mrs. Conrad Krigbattin returned,
Sunday, from Portland, whence she
had gone to consult a specialist
with regard to her daughters health
Lee Wills was an Eatacada visi
Clif. Sarver has sold his farm
in Garfield to two brother» named
The farm consisted of
90 acres, which contains two tracts
suitable for 2 farms.
was in the vicinity of $4,00a
Mrs. Wade of Olex, and Miss.
Burlingame of Dufur, are visiting
at the Palmateer home.
C R A N B E R R I E S fine, fresh, crisp.
new lo t ju st a rriv ed . 12 I -2 c q t.
A . B. S O A P
A M O N IA B E N Z I N E N A P T H A
G ood in lm t or cold w ater. N one b et
ter m ade, j c per cake.
C R Y S T A L W H IT E
F o r any on e w an tin g a w h ite lau n d ry
soap it is u n e x ce lle d . j c per cake.
G L O V E S fo r w ork o r dress.
W e h ave a large supply on hand. Can
su rely fit aud please you.
W e are a gen ts for B yers Best Blue R ib-
F ree d e liv e ry to all parts o f tow n.
R E E D & BARR.
Fine Cedar Shingles
I h ave the se llin g a g e n cy for firstclass
m ountain cedns sh in gles w ell seasoned
and of the liest m aterial.— A . M orrow , E s
tucada, O regon .
L A N T Z BROS.
" I "!1 » ’»" >’
This is where you get the best meats
the country affords. We recommend
our home made sausage.
T ry it
A. 1 Shingles, the best made — See
The Bank of Estacada.
Contractor and Builder.
E S T IM A T E S A N D
start life, because w e can furnish
Mayor J. W. Reed
The Estacada M
The common council took the
necessary steps at its meeting Tues
day e\ eniug to have walks put down
where ever the owners of property
have failed to build the walks them
Most all have had their
walks built so there is but little for
the town to do.
N ow young m an get married and
P L A N S ON A N Y C L A S S OP W ORK
Councilman R. A. Stratton
We have $10,000 to loan on good
real estate security.— The Bank of
E t cada.
Forty-five votes were cast Satur
day, all but two being in favor of
$5,000 school bonds
^trm. £0. C. C rane
R ugs & Carpets
Our Undertaking Department
Is in charge of H . H . Eyman, a man of long,
kind oí work
| The wants of the ladies of Esta-.' 1
cada and vicinity in millinery and j
ladies’ furnishing goods are looked
! after by Mrs. D. C. Crane whose -
place of business is on Main stn e |
near First. She keeps in her milli-
1 nery parlors an up to date line of
ladies' and children's hats, ribbons,
and trimmings, underclothing, skirts
and dress go ids. Mrs Crineke.-|S
in close touch with the latest fash
ions and styles in vogue in the large
1 cities. Prartical experience with the
i larger millinery firms in Portland
enable her to do work and furnish
goods which can not he duplic ted
'for the same price in the large
t vns. Her g.iods are always se
lected with the desire to give her pa-
tr< ns the best value for their money. ST E A M SH O V E L E X C A V A T IN G C A N A L CO N N E CTIN G DAM W 1 1 H L A R G E
A T O W P E L E C T R IC POW ER P L A N T .
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