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About The Estacada news. (Estacada, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (May 24, 1906)
O P E N IN G
M ay 31
Thursday May 31
W e wish to state in Plain, Truthful Terms that our store will be
opened Thursday, May 31, with the greatest and best assortment of
General Merchandise ever shown in this part gf the country^
We have secured a long lease on our store and our aim is to remain
and build up a business on business principles and honest treatment
Our prices and quality of goods will merit your patronage
F o llo w in g is a p a rtia l list o f goods w e w ill handle a t o u r store:
M en’ s
C L O T H IN G ,
H a ts a n d Fu rn ish -
Underwear, Shoes, Sus-
Ladies’ and Children’s
Hose and Hose
Beautiful Designs. Also a complete Line of
Is strictly Up-to-Date
The items being too num
erous to mention
We have a complete Line
of Women’s and Children’s
Shirtwaists, Petticoats and Skirts
Ladies’ Underwear, Corsets and Corset Covers
Calicos, Muslins, Ginghams, and other Season
able Summer Fabrics, Linen Goods, Laces and
Lace Curtains, Table Covers, Napkins and
M en and Boys
W e take produce in exchange
At Market Prices
We will be pleased to have you visit us whether you wish to buy or not
D A R O W IS H <®, C O M PAN Y,
JUST IN STOCK
A new and excellent line of goods, comprising some very
pretty patterns and styles of make, in the following:
Ready-made Shirtwaists and Kimonas, Ginghams,
Lawns, Shambreys, and Embroideries
„ Summer Dress Goods, Etc Etc
Mrs. D. C. Crane
M O N E Y TO L OA N
ON CLACKAMAS CO. LANDS
WE M AKE
H. Cooper & Company will close
out th e ir Stock of Sewing Machines
the abstract of title to the security offered in Estacada at 50 per cent from the
and attend to all details in the closing retail price.
N ow is the Golden
up of Mortgage Loans
Opportunity to get a good machine.
Call on us for information concern- This will be good only for a few
ing Clackamas county Records
days. We have just received a fine
Stock of Dishes which we will sell
Clackamas Title C o m ’y very reasonably. Our Line of Fur-
E . F . Riley, Attorney at Law, President, niture is large, and we must reduce
Frank B. Riley, Atty. at Law, Secretary, it to make room for new goods.
606-608, Chamber of Commerce,
Come in and see us we will give
P O R T L A N D O RE.
you a bargain.
Read the supplement.
Jap-A -Lac at Cary’ s.
T o the People
Having purchased the Stock and Goods of Mr. J. W. Reed,
we ask the citizens of Estacada and vicinity for their patronage
We assure you that if square dealing and a desire to please,
with the best stock that years of experience can select, we will
Remember, we will meet all competition and will
positively not be undersold, conditions being the same.
those who have been patronizing Mail Order Houses, we ask
you to bring in the order with the catalog, or at least give us a
chance to figure on the bill.
Delivery of goods made in the
city at 10 A. M.
Orders must be in prior to that time
A ll are invited to call and see us
Strawberries begin to accompany
garden trash to town.
W. W. Boner is at work on the
residence of A. Morrow.
John Page spent a part of the
week at Gladstone and OregonCity.
LO ST A small flat key to Yale
lock. Return to Mrs. W. A. Heyl-
A. E. SPARKS
Cashier Stratton of the Estacada
State Bank was a Portland visitor,
Mrs. H. A. Williams is speuding
some time at her parents' home in
Nellie Converse returned to Esta-
! cada Sunday after a week's pleasant
| visit at Kalama.
The Dubois Lumber Company
Mrs. W. A. Jones and Mrs. Eva
Kissler were in Portland last Satur
day and Sunday.
M ANUFACTURERS OF A L L C LA SSES OP
Fir and Cedar
Your attention is directed to the
announcement in this issue of Mer
chant A. E. Sparks.
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Surface went
¡to Portland, Monday. Mrs. Surface
remained in the city for a few weeks
visit with relatives.
i33$High grade building material a specialty££+££,
Edna Miller, A va Lovelace, Ma
rie Stone, Olive Wagner and Sim
Smith wrote on the eighth grade
examination last week.
ff You Are
Everybody is invited to attend
the Memorial Day services in Esta
cada, Sunday 27, to be held at the
Parparations are on foot
to observe the day with proper cer-
e , ..
emomes, and Rev. Asa Sleeth, pas-
tor of the M. E. Church, has kind
ly consented to deliver a Memorial
sermon on the occasion. The in
terior of the church will be decorat
ed, and the front pews will be re
served for the veterans and their
wives. Everyone is invited. Serv
ices will begin at n o'clock.
Use Phoenix Pure Paint.
An afternoon dinner was given
last Friday at the residence of Mr.
and Mrs. E. F. Surface in honor of
Miss Marie Stone who left on Sun
. . .
day for her home at Dufur. In the
evening a party was given to Miss
Stone at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
E. S. Womer and a large number of
Miss Stone's friends were present
List of unclaimed l.ttirs in the
Estacada postoflice May 21st:
Mrs. W P Brehm, Jas Clook, S
C Huffman, Wm. Duling, Clinton
J Kurtz, Earl FairbrotHer, Charles
Henry, John Holeman, C W Kellie,
Frank Harkinrider, John Storm- J C Knowles, Hattie Miller, Miss
FO R S A L E C H E A P , 3 or 4 tons
Miss Grace Lewis, a sister of Mrs. er and others shipped a car'.o d of Mell Mitchell, G Darmele, Martin
last Smith, J O Stoats, Mr. Turner and
of hay. Inquire at the Shankland W. K. Haviland, is spending the potatoes t o foreign market
John C Winter.
a mile north of town.
Build, We Can Fit
Mouldings in All Styles
D. F. Warner returned Monday
from Ileppner to remain till after
¡election. George J. Currin has Mr.
: Warner’s ranch at Heppner rented
C. E. DUBOIS, Manager
W. A. JO NES is our selling agent in Estacada, Oregon
Ed Kafuory of the firm of Dar-
owish & Company, arrived in Esta
cada last week and he is busy ar
ranging the stock for their opening
day, May 3 1.
Telephone connection direct with mill
Specially low prices are given on these goods for a short time
A CO M PLETE
L IN E OF
What is suffrage? It is the ex
pression of opionion by voting. Do
all people who vote have opinions?
No. What is needed then is more
intelligence among the voters which
means more votes for republican Springwater
! candidates, and all this leads to a
And everything the farmer wants—Farm Machinery,
Plows, Dry Goods, Groceries and Provisions
The Estacada Meat Market wants j
h orses F o r Sale
an unlimited number of beef cattle, I One 3-year old mare, one half
A profitable and pleasant after-
hogs, veal, sheep, and chickens for | Wood Percheron
Also one 8-\ear noon was spent at the home of Mrs
which they will pay the highest old mare, good driver double or
J. P. Irvin at Garfield, Wednesday,
1 gle. Inquire W. S. Irwin, Estacada. 16th, when her friends and n eigh-;
The Clackamas Title Company of j
The school clerk has posted no hors came in and participated in a
’ 606 608, Chamber of Commerce,
tices of the annual school meeting carpet-rag sewing bee Several priz
Portland, announce in their ad this
on June 18, at 7:30 p m. when one es were given for rapidity Etc. after I
week that they have money to loan
school director will be chosen for a which a delightful luncheon was |
on Clackamas county lauds, Read
term of three years, and a clerk for served.
the school board for one year.
Memorial Day Services
You Out to the Top
The Ladies’ Aid met in a body
last Friday at Mrs. Downing’ s and
presented her with a present of a
set of silver tea spoons.
Mr. and Mrs. H W. Downing
and family left, Monday, for Mc
Minnville. H . Winegar came over
with teams and took the household
goods across the country.
of Estacada, Oregon-»
MORE NEW DRY GOODS!
A cure may be effected by applying
Chamberlain's Salve as soon as the child j
j s dooe Mivtag« wipe it off with a soft
cloth before allowing the child to nurse,
Many traned nurses use this salve with
the '* ,t re*ult’ - l'rice ** “ "*» '* r box-
Sold by the Estacada Drug Store,
0. W. P. Townsite Co.
,.W. J. Lewellen.
Sheeting, double width
C. F. HOWe’S
Call and get prices at
While in conversation with the
President of the Oregon Water Pow-
< r Townsite company last week we
were informed that that company i
has not sol 1 its holdings, but that 1
it remains as it always has been, i
Ice may be obtained at the Hotel
The company is entirely separate
in not less than 50 pound
from the railroad company, and it
Sewing and dressmaking done to
was not included in the recent rail- quantities at a cent a pound.
order for ladies—Gertrude Morrow.
! road deal.