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About The Estacada news. (Estacada, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (June 21, 1906)
A D V E R T IS E
P A T R O N IZ E
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The article you have to sell,
it pays you as well as us and
rememljer if you are not a
subscriber, a cordial invita
tion is extended you to be
come one now, or sooner.....
Your home print shop by
getting your printing done
at home. Every 5 spent in
this way is reflected in the
improvement of the shop.
PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST Ol IWTACADA AND EASTERN CLACKAMAS COUNTY, THE RICHEST PART OF OREGON
TH E NEW S
$1— Y E A R
vGON, TH U R SD A Y , JUNE 21,
$i A Y E A R
Keep the weeds cut down.
P A R K H O TE L
At the meeting of the I. O. O. F.
Meals 25cts. Good | board by the lodge last Saturday evening Robert
Phoenix Pure Paint at Carys’ .
j week with room $4 per week.
Currin took the initiative install
Our Hall team should practice.
ment of goat bunts.
What has become of the collector ] I am in the market to buy Wool, 1
f you wish to trade where you can
Estacada, - Oregon
of water rents?
Hides,* Pelts and Beef Cattle, and
Preaching at the school house and 1 will pay good prices for same. See
get the best goods at the
W e wish to thank the people for the kind patronage
church Sunday, 24th.
me before selling— David Briden-
given us during our opening weeks.
W e are well
Deering Mowers, and Self-Dump stine, Estacada.
pleased with the business we have done and will en
Rakes and Binders at Carys’ .
Noah Heiple was in town Mon
deavor to earn your good will at all times.
The committees which have the
Ladies' Waists, Dress Goods and '
day. He has just returned from
celebration in charge are meeting
Hats, full value, at Mrs. Crane’ s.
Mes. Heiple who has
A Sabbath school will be organ been at Mrs. W. A. Cunningham's with good success in their offorts to
secure attractions for the day. For
ized at the F. M. church next Sun returned home with her husband.
we will sell all our Spring and Summer goods for Men
tnosic Brown’ s band of Portland has
I he railroad company is going to been engaged. This band is said
W omen and Children at
Granville Linn was elected school [
in another sidetrack which will by those who claim to know to be p o s s i b l e
n o th in g
m is r e p r e s e n te d
director in Currinsville school dis
tun on the south side of the depot, j the best aggregation of baud music
I he yard trackage is not sufficient dispensers in the metropolis. This
to make room for an entirely new and larger fall stock.
C. S. Allen, a foreman at Caza to accommodate the increasing vol-1 band will also play for the ball in
Nothing to be carried over, so come now and often and
dero, is moving his family to Esta tram of business.
the.evening. Miss Linda May Wo-
help yourself at this bargain carnival.
The local strawberry crop is near mer is teaching the school children
The Portland Restaurant will sell ly exhausted.
“ ONCE A CUSTOMER ALWAYS A CUSTOMER”
Only two ranches songs and exercises for the program
White Clover ice cream during the have supplied berries for the market and they will take part in the pa
Is our motto
this year, those of V. Linglebach and rade. George C. Brownell will be
Pat describes an island as being D. F. Warner. The fruit has been tlie orator of the day.
“ a place ye can’ t leave without a of a very good quality.
organizations are expected to take
The position of goddess of liberty part in the parade. A pyrotechnic
Miss Tillie Harkenrider lias come to be occupied by some one of the display in the evening.
home and will remain during the young ladies on July 4th is to be for the round trip on the railroad,
quite an honor for someone. Who and the last train will leave Estaca
S T R A W H A T S — Men’s $2.50 hats at $1.19; soct hats at 29cts; 35ct
is your choice to grace the seat of da for Portland at 12 at night.
hats at 23Cts. Boys’ 25Ct hats at 12cts.
honor on the liberty car on tlie 4th?
L ad ies S h ir tw a is ts in all s iz e s and s ty le s
District School Meeting
It lias been figured out that the
Wtn. Smith was elected director receipts of the Oregon City po? ‘.of
The district school meeting took
in the Springwater district, and Jas fice for the year endingjune 30 will
place at the school house Monday
Shibley school clerk.
exceed $ 10,000 which will entitle
evening. Director John Stormer
o f E sta c a d a , O regon
Mrs. Crane is offering especially , the postmaster at that place of a presided. School Clerk John F.
I low prices on her liueof Ladies’ Kid raise of $ 1,000 a year in his salary. Lovelace read the proceedings of
MANUFACTURERS OF ALE CLASSES OF
He gets $ 2,200 a y> :
, Gloves. See her ad.
the board which were accepted, and
The large posters are out setting 1 The district sch< >1 board held a also the regular annual financial re- '
forth some of the attractions to be business meeting Tuesday evening. I port of the district. T. J. Reagan!
in Estacada July 4th.
Eight applications were received by ; and C. F. Howe were placed in
Miss Eva Ryan, of Portland, was 1 the board from teachers. Prof. J. nomination for director, and the
out last Sunday and visited with E. Stubbs was elected as principal, j voted stood, Howe 19 and Reagan
and Miss Mae Stcpens of Browns- 14. J. F. Lovelace was re-elected
Miss Gertrude Morrow.
Rev. Stubbs and wife spent p art! ville was chosen as teacher of the clerk by a unanimous vote. A five
j mill tax on the school district’s as-
: of last week at Portland participat- intermediate and primary room.
.M^M^liigh g ra d e building m ateria l a s p e cia lty ++++£1
sessed valuation— $100,625.00— for
■ ing in religious meetings.
Sunday school in tlie church Sun pauy began Tuesday to make brick | incidental running expenses and to |
If You Are Going to Build, We Can Fit
day at 10 and Rev. Lingren will at its factory. Superintendent Hal- pay interest on the school bonds.
kins says he is going to make from
preach at n and 7:3 p. m.
You Out to the Top Notch in Every*
15,000 to 20,000 brick a day now.
Estacada School District
Haying tools such as Forks, Pul
They have plenty of clay at hand,
leys, Carriers, Hanging Hooks, Ma
The annual report of School Clerk
and it is ltr fine condition.
nilla Rope & c &c at Carys’.
are filling the new drying sheds
Mouldings in All Styles
Mr. and Mrs. Jordan and family |
Transacts A General Banking Business
each of which will hold about 70.- 1 18 shows:
are moving into the icsidence ad
No of children of school age
joining the Bank of i .tacada.
in the d ist.......... ...............
A couple staid old widowers who !
Mrs. B. W. Read has joined her !
answer to the names of J. W. Reed !
W. A. JONES is our selling agent in Estacada, Oregon
and G. W. Morrow came out from
I Enrolled in the schools.........
pect some time to return to Estaca-
Portland Sunday to get a real good
Telephone connection direct with milt
They went to the
Mrs. W. K . Haviland and son, ; Hotel Estacada.
For a few weeks
John B ., were in town Sunday and now while their families are away, I No of pupils under 6 years
M oney to Loan on Real Estate
spent the day with Dr. and Mrs. these gentlemen are on their Sun No not attending school......
7 o 7 ' 7 7 '
" "" 7
7 7 " No attending from outside
day School behavior, and each has I . . .
. . . . . . .
The home -team of baseball play the other in Ins care.
No of legal school voters 111
IN S U R A N C E
ers met an unexpected defeat from
Rev. Asa Sleeth will preach at
¡n thc district.....................
the Portland Westenders last Sun- the school house next Sabbath at 11
This bank has the local agency for some of the very best
day, 2 to 12.
a. m. His subject will be ‘ ‘Prize I
Fire Insurance Companies. Let us write your policy. : :
Miss Ruth Dale has been appoint- Fights and Prosperity; How We Received of county treasurer
|ed to lead at the young people’s Celebrate and How We Grow.” | school district ta x .............$597 20
t next prayer meeting.
Subject for Text, ‘ ‘Woe to hitn that buildeth a Received of county treasurer
If you have money to loan, we will place it for you. If you
town with blood, and establisheth a ‘ | as school fund.....................163 20
thought: Surprised People.
city by iniquity.” Habakktik 2-12. Received as tuition............... 34 00
have Real Estate for sale, list it with us, as we have no
M. H. Richards, the city’ s ton-
All who are interested in the wel
“ from other sources 3 00
property of our own for sale and can push your sales
sorial artist, was sick a couple days
fare of Estacada are invited. There
: last week, and was confined to his
will be an opportunity for a general Total receipts.......................$797 40
suburban home east of town.
discussion of the subject.
Our lawyer will attend to all of your legal business, drawing
The committee, Messrs. Cary,
I). C. Ely was in town from Cur- Paid teachers.................. $ 7 2 0
papers of every kind
Jones and Belknap, appointed to rinsville last Saturday. Mr. Ely is Room rent........................ 75
select a site for a cemetery, will re having a comfortable five room cot- Fuel etc............................. 51
port at the next council meeting.
tage remodeled and built on a piece Principal and interest on
Old ch erry trees o ver in th e G rand of land he has at Currinsville, and
bonds and warrants......... 31 95
Ronde valley yield as high as 800 which will lie a home for himself , Clerk's salary and stamps... 20 10
Call and ¿et prices at
pounds to the tree.
At the price and daughter. Mr. lily is Yecently Other expenses................ 28
paid, $80 a ton, old trees will bring from Stevens county, Washington,
m a in STREET
Total expenditures.............. $926 90
where he served as county auditor.
$3 , 200 an acre.
Outstanding warrants not
S H IP Y O U R
Mrs. R. A. Stratton, Vivian and In speaking of the coming Fourth
paid ................................... $129 5°
Roy, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Stratton,
Paid teachers per month...... 90 00
ON CLACKAMAS CO. LANDS
For Sale or Rent
Merton, and Perry Boultman were a Currinsville had a young lady who
Sewing and dressmaking don'
party of tourists who spent Sunday
If you knew the value of Chamberlain's 1
the abstract of title to the security offered
tion of Goddess of Liberty.
to V E T S C H & SO N S,
Salve you would never wish to lie with First house south of school house. order for ladies— Gertnide Mori
and attend to all details in the closing last in Portland
The News was honored last Tues out it. Here are some of tlie diseases All finished. Inquire of N. Welter.
BORING, O RE
up of Mortgage Loans
Last Sunday was the first pleas
day by a call from four gentlemen, for which it is especially valuable: sore
i Call on us for information concern ant Sabbath we have had since ear one of them, Mr. Clarence C Hick- nipples, chapped hands, burns, frost bites
A Card of Thanks
N O TIC E
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR
ly in the spring, and a large number
chilblains, chronic sore eyes, itching piles
ing Clackamas county Records
The near relatives of John G
ok, of Colusa, Cal., who is visiting
tetter, salt rheum and eczema. Price 25
of city people took advantage of it
H. Cooper it Company will
Oregon for the first time; the other cents per box. For sale by the Estacada Epperson wish to thank the many
out their Stack of Sewing Maciinn
Clackamas Title Com ’y and visited the country.
friends who so kindly gave a: : ¡st
three were Mr. H. F. Borden, for Drug Store.
in Estacada at 50 per cent from tin
Go to J. F. Lovelace for Flour sometime a resident of Portland, but
ance during the illness and dtath of
F RiIe> A tto r n tY a t Law rresw len t.
DU I ILK,, V xK Lrtin, Of ITIILIX p rank B Riley Atty. at Law, Secretary.
Now is the Colder
If you want to buy formerly of Kansts City, Mo., Mr.
their beloved brother.
BOUGHT a n d SOLD
get a good ma< bine.
W * m I » F OC P t K t S ANO OOOUTKWS
Flour or Feed get his prices, he can Harold G. Rice, a prominent busi
O R E G O N C ITY TRUST CO.
This will lie good only foi a feu,
P O R T LA N D ORE
horses Por Sale
n g - man o. Portland, and George
If yonr stomache troubles you do not
Money loaned on real and
days. We have just received 1 fir.i
Estacada, Oregon. H Himes, of the Oregon Historical
Let it tie a civilized Fourth
conclude there is no cure, for a great
One 3-year oíd mare, one half
Stock of Dishes w hich we V.
many have been permanently cured by
So: tv. The latter gentleman was
B. O. Boswell went to Portland Warehouse on O W P track.
blood Perdieron. AL o one 8-yeur
very reasonably. Our Line <
Chamberlain's Stomache and Liver Tab-
Abstracts of Title made
oíd mare, good driver dotible or sin
, . .. ,. .
Rev. Welter has been putting thfc lure hit in 1904, and notices great
niUire is large, and we must
lets. Get a free sample at the Estacada 2
direct from the records
gle. Iuquire W. S. Irwin, Estacada.
Mrs. Grabel, Clyde and Guy ar finishing touches on bis residence. impi .»vc-ment since then. The Cal
Ilrng Store and give them a trial. They
it to make room for new g
also cure constipation and biliousness.
rived here last evening from Grass j The family will soon move to New- ifornia '.'eiitleniun was much pleased
Come in and see us we v :
Ed. l*o ;au has 1 ten sick the past
Vallev. Mrs. Grabel will remain a burg where Mr. Welter has a j>as- with the surroundings of Rscatada.
Do YOU take
O regon C itv
O hf . go
aud predicts a bright future for it.
I torate in ot*e of the churches.
The N ew s’
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
Call on us
We take produce in exchange
A. E. Sparks
The Dubois Lumber Company
Fir and Cedar
THE BANK OF ESTACADA
C. E. DUBOIS, Manager
Also Fruit Jar Rubbers
W. A. HEYLMAN,
C. F . H ow e’s
MO N E Y T O LOAN