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THE ESTACADA NEWS
Estacada, Clackamas County, May 24, 1906
A R TIF IC A L
D R. D. C H A M B E R S
OPTO M ETRIST
Mrs. C. Hegstrom and children
left for Idaho last Monday where
they expect to remain during the
Eli Maddock candidate for sheriff
should receive the support of every
129 Seventh St.
one who thinks a man should have
OREGON a second term— and that is every
You can get a low price on Field
Fencing at Cary’s.
to VETSCH & SONS,
Mrs. G. W. Morrow and son,
Wilbur, are soon to go on a visit to
friends and relatives in Iowa and
Come and listen to the public
speaking in Estacada next Tuesday
the 29th at 1:30 o’ clock p. m. The
Republican candidates will address
BUTTER, CREAM, & MILK
BOUGHT a n d SOLD
C. W. Pugh of Boring has been
wwTt us roa prices ano quotations
appointed to the position formerly
filled by H. W. Downing, and he
SP E C IA L DISCO U N T
took charge of the work the first of
the week. Mr. and Mrs. Pugh and
DcLaval Cream Separators the family are occupying the prop
erty vacated by Mr. Downing’ s.
O F IO A N D 15 P E R C T .
Mr. Pugh has been with the O. W.
Only for a few months
P. Company several years.
Special terms if cream is sold to us
THE BANK OF ESTACADA
T r a n s a c ts A G e n e r a l B a n k in g B u s in e s s
Capital, $ 6 ,0 0 0 .0 0
Money to Loan on Real Estate
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR
Babcock Milk and Cream Testers of
all Sizes, and Separator Oil Tor Sale.
VETSCH & SONS,
FARM SN A P
We have for sale a tract of 1 19
acres of land right at the Linn saw
ORE mill. The buildings are worth the
price aSked for the property. This
is a splendid chance to. buy a piece
& RY of ground right.
— The Estacada State Bank.
Eagle Creek grange held a de
lightful picnic, Saturday, May 18,
at their hall at Alspaugh.
Finest Summer and Winter Reaort Hotel
e weather did not dampen the ar
dor of the people for the occasion.
Every Modem Convenience for guests Ill the evening dancing was indulg
ed in by the younger members, and
Room and board per day
Room and board per week
$10 00 excellent music for this part of the
pleasure party was made by Messrs
Write or Phone
Ed. Hunt and J. Irvin.
L 0 . MacMahon, Mngr.
4990 OF US MAY VOTE
The total registration of Clacka
mas county is 4,999. Of that num
& Dray Line ber 3,700 are republicans, 850 dem
ocrats and 450 socialis, prohibition
ists or independents.
W . A . JONES, P ro p .
This is considered a full registra
tion for the county, but very few
AN work given prompt attention
having registered since the primary
election when 4,875 had qualified
W OO D
D r y , u ? le n g t h a lw a y s a n h a n d
The registration by precincts are
Abernethy 262, Barlow
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Whitman
Beaver C 'k « 59 . Boring
visited at Mr. and Mrs. A. Mor
row's last week. Mrs. Whitman is
196, Clackamas «49
a niece of Mr. Morrow.
Cherryville 34 . Canemah
IN S U R A N C E
This bank has the local agency for some of the very best
Fire Insurance Companies
Let us write your policy.
If you have money to loan, we will place it for you.
have Real Estate for sale, list it with us, as we have no
property of our own for sale and can push your sales
Our lawyer will attend to all of your legal business, drawing
papers of every kind
W. A. HEYLMAN,
" 3 , Eagle Creek
1 « 7 . Highland
74 . Killin
Milwaukie « 39 . Maple Lane
Milk Creek 7 «. Molalla
75 . Macksburg
« 77 . Oak Grove
PleasantHill 106, Soda Sp ’gs
Springwater 93 . Tualatin
37 . Viola
West Oregon City 195
Oregon City, I,
We carry a large stock of artifi
44 cial eyes, both shell and Snellen re
form, and scientifically adjust them
for our patrons.
We fill occulists' prescriptions for
glasses promptly, accurately, and
at reasonable prices.
We have had 20 years' experience
in our profession— the last 15 of
47 which was in the City of Chicago.
Soliciting your patronage, I am
129 Seventh St., near Washing
ton, Portland, Ore.
« 7 «
Harmon Green and family are
camping at The Oaks.
Thomas Carrico is the new mer
Stock Hogs wanted at the Esta-
chant at the depot fruit stand.
E. M. Johnson, ex-superintendent
of the brick factory, has left Esta
What We Do
cada for Colton, we are told.
W e examine your eyes for refrac
tion and correct same by latest
Insurance Companies O K.
methods known to scence, guaran
We are pleased to inform our pa
teeing satisfactory results We have trons that the Insurance Companies
an up-to-date shop, tools and ma which we represent came through
chinery for grinding lenses and an the San Francisco fire, and are in
expert to run this department, ther- firstclass condition. The companies
fore do not have to send away to, are the London Assurance Corpora
t e work done, furnishing you your tion and the Niagara. — The Esta-
1 cada State Bank.