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About The Estacada news. (Estacada, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 15, 1906)
It is to be reail—C arys’ ad.
C L A C K A M A S FRUIT
And yet we have to pay water |
I Two fine boxes of apples, Spit-
he rain caught us short on Oil Coats
The following article which appeared in the Portland Commercial Review, shows that
Tom Carrico of Oregon City was zenbergs and Baldwins, were ex-
Leonard’ s Best need not necessarily be considered a brand of flour, but in this case it
but we now have a complete line and
hibited Saturday by J. W. Grasle
was a very determined and resourceful young lady. If the flour has the high standard
i over.lure Sunday.
you should buy and be prepared for
of excellence which the young lady evidently possesses it ought to win instant favor
We£ar<.'£now£prepared£tofttake$£ at a meeting of the Clackamas
County Horticultural society. These
the Fall rains while the.stock is complete
"Garfield, W ash.- F. G. Leonard, who owns and operates the Garfield Flour Mills, was
apples are without a blemish. Mr.
busy last week getting out a big order of flour for San Fancisco, when his engineer quit anil
W e have everything needed in this line.
The Browning Club mects’every
the mill was al>out to stop until another could be found
Mr. Leonard was hurrying to get
Grasle also exibited specimens of
regular meeting night.
the order out, and had no time to look up an engineer. Miss Mabel, his 18-year old daughter
the Beurre Clargeau from Richard
learning of the predicament her father was in, and knowing something about engineering,
G. W. Bowdish and family are Scott's place on Sauvie’ s island.
went to the mill, took charge of the engine, and stayed with it until the big San Francisco
now living in Portland
These fiears took first premium at
order was put out.
Mrs. McKown went to Portland, the fruit fair held several weeks
Tuesday, for a short visit.
ago at Hood River.
Rev. McPherson w r in Portland
“ In Clackamas county” , said Mr.
• a *.
"high altitude will put on
At only $1.10 a 501b sack. Quoted in Portland at #1.20
Fred S. Morris was out inspect- the color, and the juice will not on
This is the best brand of flour made. Come and see the wheat it is made from
ly follow the knife, as claimed by
: ing his brick plant this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Doc Palmateer, of the growers of Hood River, but
will run into the hand. Apple grow
Garfield, were in town, Sunday.
ing requires an immense lot of work
And the best line of Shoes this
Mrs. G. II. Lichtjiorn spent Sun
and the horticulturists of Hood R iv
side of Portland at as low prices
day with her sisters in Portland.
er never rest, but are at it 12 months
as such goods can be sold for
Sunday school at to a. m. Sun- in the year. The last spraying in
OREGON CITY TRUST CO.
d .y, preaching sere ice at ^ p. m.
M Y N E W L Y S E L E C T E D S U P P L Y OF
this fection seems to eliminate and
Money loaned on real and
Merchant Cooper got in a lot of destroy the codlin moth that enters
new furniture and goods for his from the outsicie. The trees should
| store last week.
| lie sprayed three times and four is
Abstracts of Title made
| lietter. Up to last year my orchard
direct from the records
spent Sunday with her friend, Miss , was free from scale but this year it
Dimick & Dimick, Mgrs. Maud Sturgeon.
was infested from neighboring trees
H A S A R R IV E D A N D I W IL L B E P L E A S E D TO
O reg o n C it y
O reg o n
Just at present the things we are from the south and west. We have
SHOW T H E M TO T H E L A D IE S
; in need of most are good roads lead-, the soil and the climate here for
If you want a new hat call and make an early selection
f growing good apples and I believe
City Cut O ff From Portland— ing into Estacada.
Ed. Oblander, who owns a fine
Hood River method of
j N o Phone Nor Electric Cars
I property on Broadway, has moved Kr°w ing nothing but apples in the
orchard is a good one. The t ces ON CLACKAMAS CO. LANDS
from S e attle to Chelialis
H eavy Wind and Rain Storm
should be sprayed first just before
The interior of the Cary Hard
WK M AKE
the calyx closes, and then every 25
Last Night Does Things
JO N E S & H A Y 1LA N D
ware Company's large store has
title to the security offered
days” .— Portand Journal.
PRO PRIETO RS
been receiving some improvements.
anil attend to all details in the closing
Clackamas R aging and Doing
up of Mortgage Loans
You should read the large ad. of
Good rigs and careful drivers always
Shaffer-Whittier Co. on the first
Call on us for information concern
page. It is the first announcement
The members of the Methodist
Given Hunting and Fishing Parties
The country was swept by a fu of the sale of Goldstein & Levitt to Episcopal church of Estacada with
The best for family use
rious wind and rain storm all last the new firm of Shaffer-Whittier their Pastor, Rev. Ç. T . McPher Clackamas Title C o m ’y
WOOD & LUMBER
night, and this morning Estacada Co. who take over the store on .Sat son, and Presiding Elder, Rowlan J, !
This old reliable kerosene is the
They are offering held quarterly conference Tuesday K. F. Riles . Attorney at Law, President.
Local anil Long Distance Telephone
is cut off from long distance phone, urday, 17th.
Frank H. Riley, Atty. at Law, Secretary.
B E S T Oil that can be made
electric lights and electric car ser bargains in clothing that have never evening.
The preacher’ s salary
before been given the pi ople.
608, Chamber of Commerce,
N O T IC E Is hereby given, that
vice. At this hour it can not be
was apportioned among his several ■
from Petroleum. Sold at
all persons under 16 years of age
learned where the trouble is.
P O R T L A N D ORE.
charges, Estacada to raise £200 of
A s condi- it. Previous to the business meet- j
are not allowed to l>e on the streets
gine h i started to Portland with modations at Estacab 1
Souvenir p >stcards of the Estacr-'
the 7:37 car, taking a cfew to clear tions are at present ;i lit the depot, ing Rev. Rowland preached to the da public school, and the proposed of the City of Estacada after the
the track. The Clackamas river is th ey are very unsni - : .■ tory to the congregation,
new M. FJ. church for sale at the hour of 9 o'clock p. m.
M A IN ST.
sons violating the city curfew ordi
at high tide and, it is feared, that public. It is expet d that the rail
Rain! beautiful rain;
the bridge at .Gladstone will be tak way company w ill; put up a good
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Seymoure nance in this respect will be made
We would fain
en out. The wind went down this building here witllin a year, one
spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. to answer to the offense.
H ave you quit it
By order of tile city council.
morning, and it is balmy as a day th at will answer tin purpose both j
H. Pearson on the farm across the
in the freight and passenger line.
A L H A V E N S , Marshal.
Y O U N G L A D Y R U N S E N G IN E T O
M A K E L E O N A R D ’S
W aterproof Shoes
“LE O N A R D ’S BEST” At The EMPORIUM
D a ro w ish & C o m p a n y '
Fall Hats and Caps for
L a d ie s an d M isse s
Mrs. D. C. CRANE-
M O N E Y 10 LOAN Livery, Feed 4 Sale
STA B LE
The Best O il-Extra Star
Extra Star Oil
C. F. HOWE’S,
If you have not used it, Try a Can
Dealer*» in the Greatest Bargains On Earth I-
The World Our field !
The Shaffer-Whittier Co.
<J/te S h a f f e r * ÌV h tttè e r d o .
f7 h e S h a f f e r » W h i tt ie r C o .
Sellers of Merchandise of Every Sort.
We Sell Everything on Earth at Cheap
est Prices known in the civilized world
Buyer.* of Merchandise Stocks-—We’ll
L ik e th e cra sh § f M ig h ty T h u n d e r fro m A C lear, A su re S k y — C a m e th e N e w s to th e G o o d
~ ~ F o lk § f E sta c a d a !
“Goldstein 4 Levitt Sold Out to The Shaffer-Whittier Mercantile Company of
T he Shaffer-Whittier
are known from
Coast to Coast as
Means that that merchant has disposed of his stock of merchandise at
the most redicuously low figure imaginable to a sane person. It means
that the merchant has paid dearly to get out of business, in a twinkling,
to exchange a. bulk of goods for a mite of money! But it means the
money was paid-cash on the nail by these famous brokers, and it means
As they bought, so they will sell
and distribute to the people the benefits accruing from a spot cash deal
where a merchant was bound to sell end get out quickly. The Goldstein
& Levitt stock has passed into the hands of the Shaffer-Whittier Co. of
This Store Will Be Closed All Day, Friday, Nov. 16
Every piece of goods under the roof will be drastically,
ly reduced—Nothing reserved—and prices massacred!
The most unheard of
bargains! Think of it!
Men’s good, stylish,
wool suits you’d gladly
pay $10 to $15 for, go
at your choice for
All sizes, all styles. Single or Double
Breasted. Other lots,
worth up to f 20 for $4.90 to 7.85
$2.50 Sweaters $1.69
Men’ s Sox
5cents a pair
70c Hose at ia j4 c a pair
35c Hose at 19c a pair
15c Hose at 8c a pair
25c Hose at I 2 # c a pair
At 1 2 Manufacturer's Prices!
Coats that cost $18 at $9.80
Best 75c values, strong, sturdy
Overalls at 42c
Bnv now for Xm as giving.
SOLD OUT to the SH A F F E R -W H IT T IE R CO.
On Saturday Morning at 0 a. m. the Store Will Be
Reopened, But for 7 Days Only
Every piece of merchandise possible to force out thru unprecideut low
pricing will lx- sold. The peoph prices are ours we’ re their friends
Rather than move a dollar's worth of go<xls away we’ ve decided to give
the people of lixtacada the opportunity of their lifetime, to stock up for
years on the lines, r e p r e s e n t e d A t the Lowest Prices Ever Known on the
Pacific Coast. But EOR ONE WEEK ONLY
At $2 4 5
Come early for these. The No.
is limited. T h ey're seasonable,
handsome garments you need
now. Best £ 10 values in town,
with or without capes, right in
need-time at a choice
while they last, for
250 Suspenders 15c
Buy for months to come aye, years! If you haven’ t the money to
buy, borrow it! No other investment in the world will pay as well!
Come from miles walk if you^have to but come, or yours will lie
S H OE S
i . 50
Hundreds of unparalleled bargains go unmeutioned for lack
of space. We merely quote examples of the merciless dashing
Women S Shoes, worth to £5 a pair, for 7 9 c
Children’s Shoes, >>'
Youths’ Loni> Pant Suits
Men’ s Good Work Shirts J 5C
‘ ‘ 75c Dress
“ $50 "
£6 Suits lor ft3
£8.50 Suits for £4.30
$10 Suits for $5 50
£12 .5 0 Suits for £6 25
S a le O p en s Sat. N o v . 17, 9 A . M .
Closes One W eek Later
¡nail sues, $ 1.5 0 ami -.2 v a iu e s^ 5 c
Infants’ Sh v s
NOTE We have arranged with Meaflrt.
Grandest Boquct of Bargains tv«rofle,et,i» Oregon
$5 pants, worth today £6 to £7 in city stores; in this sale at-$2.95
Ironclad and Black Cat Hosiery
A Sign over the Merchant s Door Which Reads
Ever;, dollar’s worth remaining after Sat. Nov. 24. will be shipped away
and disposed of to an Eastern auction house. The Stole W ill Be Cleaned
out---Fixtiirrs for Sale
To itemize the bargains in this splendid stock would lie well nigh im
possible. Suffice to say, that on Saturday morning we'll swing open the
doors to the people of Estacada and surround ng towns the
Men’ s S i .50 pants in dark or light shades, neat, striped |mttenrs 89c
$2.50 pants in-neat, hair-line stripes $ 1.35
$3 pants in dressy patterns for $ 1.25
£4 pants, in handsome patterns, splendid wearers of fashionable
woolens, nicely tailored for $1 ,S9
Children ! M ocking!
Heavy ribbed 15c grade
Brief Mention gf the Feast that W aits
Men’s $10 Cravenetts
Men’s Pants, Sensational B A R G A IN S
75c Umbrellas 25c
the Most Ruthless Slashers of Prices and Quick
Goldstein at Levitt to remain during the
sale to me- and car? for old friends, and
our thank ire due and herebv extended
the geiitk'.ueii for the courtesy.
Tin SHAFFhK W lirr riHK CO
A ll at 50c mi the dollar
£3 Suits tor £1.50
£ 4. 50 Suits lor $2 25
£6 Suits for £3
Good styles, Stiff or Soft, fine
quality, furliclts. worth up to £2
Choice for 7V.
£4 Hats for *1 69
Levitt Store, Sold Out to The Shaffer-Whittier Mercantile Company