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About The Estacada news. (Estacada, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 4, 1906)
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PU BLISHED IN T1IE IN T ER EST OF ESTACADA AND EA STERN CLACKAMAS COUNTY, T H E RICH EST PA RT OF OREGON
N O. 44 o f V O L . 2
ESTA CA D A , OREGON, TH URSD AY,
Miss Stella Womer went to Moun
Office w ith D r. C. B . Sm ith
is ailiong the leis
ure ones 011 account of a miserable
Just what you want to keep dry—Just what you want to buy
Palace Meat Market
carbuncle on the arm.
Miss Grace Smith teaching near
Fresh and Smoked Meats
here visited friends in Oregon City,
Slickers, Coats, Hats, Rubber & High-top Boots
FISH E V E R Y FRIDAY
and Sunday in Portland
at Mrs. G . W . Morrow’s.
BLOCK & GROFF
N othing greater than those com
bination graters at Cooper’ s.
A Pleasant ___ Evening
the new supply of table ware.
One of the most enjoyable even-
M. W arnock of Springwater who 1 ings
owns a fine business property in E s -1 L. O
tacada was in town, Tuesday.
he rain caught us short on Oil Coats
but we now have a complete line and
you should buy and be prepared for
the Fall rains while the stock is complete
We have everything needed in this line.
M U TTO N - P O U L T R Y -*L A R D
last Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Gertrude Morrow spent last
WE PAY HIGHEST PRICES FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE
Ben Jacques has had some dance
vv ill visit Estaeada every Saturday
posters printed for a dance to take
cAt the EMPORIUM
A N D T H E P R IC E S A R E R I G H T
$i A Y E A R
Dr. R. W . ANDERSON
place at Eagle Creek.
and Shoes, Rubbers Etc
THE NEW S
tain Road last Saturday and started
school on Monday,
Of rooms 41-2 Hamilton Bldg. Portland
Wet Weather Goods
Estaeada was the
; Lodge, the home of Mr.
Mrs. Cunningham, I W . A .
And the best line of Shoes this
side of Portland at as low prices
as such goods can be sold for
T h e cordiality
Mrs. Posson, and Mrs. H. E. W illi- which was extended to all,wlio were
a ins have joined the Maccabees.
H ave you read C a ry ’s ad ?
Mrs. Henry G itheus has gone to
. . . . . .
Noah Heiple visited the county spend a month with her daughter,
Gussie, on her claim near Heppner.
seat last week.
G et busy— for you town,
MY NEW LY SELECTED
SU PPLY OF
Fall Hats and Caps for
Ladies and Misses
H A S A R R IV E D
SH OW T H E M
W IL L
Silent knocking is apt to bring
T H E L A D IE S
Kern H ive Maccabees met with
If you want a new hat call and make an early selection
Mrs. J. W . Reed, yesterday.
■Mrs. D. C. CRANE-----------
M O N E Y T O L OA N
the abstract of title to the security offered
and attend to all details in the closing
up of Mortgage Doans
JO N ES &
H A V IL A N D
Good rigs and careful drivers always
Call on us for information concern
ing Clackamas county Records
Clackamas Title Com’y
E. F. Riley, Attorney at Law, President.
Frank B. Riley, Atty. at Law, Secretary.
place between a few Greeks on the 0f seeds in a pumpkin.
In the seed
here and Cazade- game Mrs. Possen and Mr.
ro Tuesday evening.
won, the first an opera bag, and the
Jordan and G eorge Shultz went second a pipe.
F L O U Ro
down to Jefferson last Saturday to sim Smith won in the clothes-pin
Dina Eckern has been engaged as be on the scene when hunting for 8amt —‘d the prizes were an apron
and a necktie.
T h e refreshments
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served in the beautiful diningroom,
Ralph Lemon of Garfield was a
Monday was the opening day for
by the ladies of Fern H ive, closed
passenger to Oregon C ity Saturday. the hunting season and many had
the evening of sport and everyone
T h e front of the Park Hotel looks wild bird for dinner. 1 And seme
; departed with a good night saying, !
as thongh Sabbath school had ad arose early that day for the first
j it takes the Maccabees to succeed.
time in a year.
' T w en ty five dollars was cleared on
Miss Lin d y M ay Womer began
Attorney Geo. C . Brownell was the occasion.
Mrs. Nina Downey
teaching in the Springwater school meeting friends in Estaeada Sunday ^ of Portland H ive was the guest of
! teacher at the Linn mill school.
start with the brightest prospects.
Games were then played, such as
selling kisses, pinning clothes pins
A hand to hand encounter took j on the line,and guessing the number
shirtwaists and children’ s 7115 car between
caps at Mrs. Crane’ s.
BE PLEASED TO
lucky enough to be present, by the
host and hostess, made the evening
Hunting and Fishing Parties
WOOD & LUMBER
Local and Long Distance Telephone
Mr. Brownell is attor
Mrs. Sadie Gunim won the
J. R. Wilson lws l>een in Eastern ney for C. E . Dubois in the suit beautiful centerpiece.
O regon for sever») days on a busi which has been brought against him
alleged ch arg . of dumping
sawdust into a stream that empties
H. E. W illiam s has a run on the
into the Clackamas river.
It is a-
Southern Pacific between Roseburg
gainst the fishing laws of the state
for anyone to dump sawdust into a
D. F. Warner returned home yes-
terday from W ashington where he |
been several weeks buying hides
and getting rich.
Olympic $1.15 Sack
Blue Stem $1.10 “
Stone Crocks 1’s to 6 Gals
On one shipment
Mr. Warner sent out from Idaho ;
T h e the freight was over $200. H e sent
Reginal Carter and A u gust Paul fish stream or its tributaries.
You are needing some stationery
son were visitors at the Harkenri- jury disagreed in the first trial of out a big shipment from E s ta c a -;
printed, are you not ?
dei home, Sunday.
T h e News does printing.
- - - - - - C. F. HOWE----------
Greatest Bargain Givers
IN THE HISTORY gf BARGAIN D d Y S
Now being offered at the Shultz Clothing and Shoe Store
ALL WE ASK IS FOR YOU TO COME IN AND LOOK OUR GOODS OVER & OUR PRICES WILL DO THE REST
A new line of Men’s Up-to-date Suits, New Overcoats, New
Shoes, also a new line of Ladies’ Shoes, New Rubber Goods,
Hats, Shirts, Blankets, Underware, Quilts
Overshirts, Gloves, Umbrellas Rubber Boots & Shoes, Slickers
We are always glad to show
you our goods
These are going at great bargains. Better come in and look them over
whether you buy or not
--------------------------------------Yours to Please--------------------------------------
G O L D S T E I N <3t> L E V I T T
Successors to A. F. SHULTZ