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About The Estacada news. (Estacada, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 22, 1906)
NO. 5()oF VOL. 2
K S T A C A D A , OREGON, T H U R SD A Y ,
OF INTEREST TO LADIES
NOVEM BER 22, 1906.
nice apples to the Portland market
It is said that more men are em
ployed at Cazadero than ever before
at on.- time
A. D. Schmidt and family were
over from the farm 11 ar Springwa-
A. J. Brown of Eagle Creek, was
in the city, Tuesday with produce
from the farm.
Hens and Eggs
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.
Hens will lay eggs in Oregon all
LEO N AR D S BEST
Winter,, says J. W. Bailey, State
Tomorrow and the rest of the week
i i . i o a 501b S ack ;
$4.25 a Barrel
Food and Dairy Commissioner, if
GU ARAN TEED
IT W IU PAY
10 COME TO OljR OPENING SALE
You can see th e w h eat its m ade from
they are hatched right, fed right
and kept happy. Their happiness,
he declares, is the most necessary
And by the way, inspect our beautiful line of bran new
condition, and this can lie attained
only bv keeping them dry and warm
‘ ‘There's 110 good excuse for a scarc
Nevy stock to select from
Frank Morris is improving his ity of eggs
he declared last
Ou line of Men’s and Boys’ Clothing as well as Men’ s and
residence with a large porch on the night. The hen may have to work
Ladies’ Shoes and Rubbers is not to be compared with any
where for Prices and Quality
south and east sides.
hard this time of year, was the sen
Fresh Country Cured
The person who keeps his mem timent of the auditors, but the con
P o m e and see for yourself. A ll goods bran New & Fresh
ory busy recalling the past, certain sumer has to wofk harder to get the
N O N E STO R E WORN
ly has a full life to live.
money for the price.
“ Hatch chickens in March in in
Roosevelt’s visit to the Panama
F R E S H G R O C E R IE S
H I G H E S T P R I C E P A ID F O R i o u n t k y p r o d u c e
canal no doubt has "given him some cubators, and keep them out of the
practical ideas to act on.
rain and the cold the next Winter
Ed. Hunt and Will Cunningham and they will lay,” and forthwith
| went down to Saiwies island yester he told of a man named Tucker in
Jefferson, Or., who, from 24 hens,
day on a duck hunting trip.
M Y N E W L Y SE L E C T E D SU P PL Y OF
has been gathering 18 and 20 eggs
Money loaned on real and
a day this month. Mr Tucker,"
1 continued Mr. Bailey, “ hatched his
Mr. Irwin went to Portland.
Abstracts of Title made
! chickens last March, and now in
II. N. North, of Viola, was in
their laying period, keeps them pro-
direct front the records
Estacada Saturday looking over the
1 tected from the weather. He doesn’t
Dimick & Dimick, Mgrs. situation and doing business.
allow them to run around in the
H A S A R R IV E D A N D I W IL L BE P L E A S E D TO
A 1 Lacey was out from Portland, wet and the cold.
O rego n C it y
They have dry
SH O W TH E M TO T H E L A D IE S
last week, and spent some time at living quarters, comfortable like his
If you want a r.ew hat call and make an early selection
I the old farm at Springwater.
own. They don't shiver in a wet
The Sun Does Shine.
Those plush lap robes at Cary’s barnyard, nor stand in fence cor
Smile if yon cant laf.
j hardware make riding much more ners nor under an old shed.
Star oil -the best for lamps at
pleasant when you have cue.
Large numbers of farmers neglect
Howe’s. See ad.
ON CLACKAMAS CO. LANDS
Lee Bronson has taken a position their chickens or give them poor
Firemen’s Hardtimes Ball, New
W E M AKE
as clerk in I ’arowish & Company's care arid the result is scarcity of
JONES & H A V IL A N D
Year’ s Eve. Dec. 31.
| store, and will learn the mercantile eggs. They need to wake up to th e abstract of title to th e secu rity offered
PR O PR IE T O R S
The question of the hour:
business. The old idea that Oregon
up o f M ortgage Loans
Thomas Carrico married?
G ood rigs and careful d rivers a lw ay s
A. Demoy has been appointed Winters are too wet for laying is
Ben Rawlins was in from his farm acting superintendent of the Esta exploded. The hens can lie kept Call on us for information concern
at the foothills, Saturday.
cada Sunday School in place of Mrs. out of the wet.”
G iv e n H u n tin g and Pishing Parties
Medium weight liens are best for
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. J. A. R eid ; E. F. Surface, resigned
The best for family use
winter eggs, says Mr. Bailey, such
on Nov. 10th, a baby boy.
G W. Morrow, proprietor of the
Clackamas Title C o m ’y
WOOD & LUMBER
Jewelei Johnson spent Sunday in , Pistacada towusite, was out from as Plymouth Rocks, Wyandotts or
L o cal and L o n g D istance T elep hon e
Portland at the home of his sisters. Portland, Saturday, accompanied Road Island Reds. Careful atten F.. F . R ile y , A tto rn e y at L a w , P residen t.
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tion to breeding must be given, as F ra n k B. R ile y , A tty . at L a w , S ecretary.
Quite a number yf Estacada pco- j by soifle Portland capitalists.
606 608, Chamber of Commerce,
pie Sundayed with friends in Port
W ash yo u r hands w ith warm w ate r,d ry
Last Saturday was one of the big ry. Just as cows that yield little
P O R T LA N D OKI*;.
w ith a tow el and a p p ly Chamberlain*#
days for Estacada merchant«.
A milk should be culled from the dai
salve ju st before g o in g to b ed, and a v ery
Merchant E. I’ . Surface spent the ; great many people were in the city ry so hens that lay few eggs should
speed y cu re is certain. T h is salve is also
first of the week in Portland buying ! doing their early fall trading,
in va lu ab le for sere n ipples, itc h in g piles
give place to larger producers.
M AIN ST.
an d »kin diseases. S old
TU*? E stacada
An indispensable aid to such work
Ben Jacques of Eagle. Creek was
d r a g store.
Uncle Win. Shannon of Spring-
in Estacada. Monday, transacting is the keeping of a daily record of
water, was doing business in town,
You are needing some stationery
business. They are preparing for each hen, so that the lagging fowls
printed, are you not ?
the big shooting m.tch that takes can be picked out from the busy
Box Social, Nov. 23.
The News does printing.
W. R. Lemon shipped some very I place the 28 and 29.
oues. — Oregonian.
WAISTS, SKIRTS & COATS
Woolen Dress Goods
Ham & Bacon
WALNUTS, FIGS Etc
At c 0 e E M P O R II JM
And the best line oi Shoes this
side of Portland at as low prices
as such goods can be sold for
OREGON CITY TRUST CO.
Fall Hats and Caps for
Ladies and Misses
Mrs. D. C. CRANE-
to loan Uvery, Feed
The Best Osí— Extra Star
Extra Star Oil
This old reliable kerosene is the
BEST Oil that can be made
from Petroleum. Sold at
C. F. HOWE’S,
if you have not used it, Try a Can
A S t a
500 Men Suffering
Isn’t It Logical then
In the Bustling Little City of Estacada and Surrounding Towns
t ^ ensationally Startling, yet positively TRUE! That number of Men, Youths, and Boys absolutely need, or will need, good Clothing, Suits, Over
coats, or Pants for the Winter or later on. Everybody in the civilized countries since the days of Adam and his fig leaf wear clothes. Then ev
eryone must buy clothing. If you area man and dont need clothing now, you’re certain to need it later. You’ll ALWAYS need clothes, even up to
the time when that silent boatman shall motion “All aboard!” to ferry you across the Sharon—one must be drest even then
that you should supply clothing
Banks May Burst and Gold Mines May Vanish into Hot Air
ahead when Such Marvelous Opportunity Offers as Now to buy
for months, yes years ahead, as such Tremendous Savings!!
Banks Brag of paying 4 per ct. Int. and you rush to give
them your money to use( that they can make lOOper ct on your
and y°u 'ose- NOW Here is an Investment that means something
Take $10 or $15 from your savings and invest it with us for
Clothing & Suits, Overcoats, Trousers or Shoes
and wi’ll gusr. nt e you
money) Mining Speculators & Boosters
This Sale Positively Closes Saturday Night this Week
No juggling with truth or chicanery about this. We remove
every dollar’s worth of the
Goldstein & leyitt Stock
of merchandise from Estacada on the first outgoing freight of
Monday next! And the chance of a lifetime is gone-FOREVER!
"T h e mill will grind again with the waters that have passed"
From 50 to I0G per ct. Profit on Your Money
We’ll save you that much between our “Quitting Sale Prices” &
the prices you’d pay (and will pay later) in Portland or somewhere
else for your Winter or Spring Clothing.
tell you of the golden showers that shall fall and cover you at the
rate of 200 pr. ct. on your investment—if you invest with them
What’s To Do?
The more you spend here, the more you’ll make to spend else
where. Slick Up a Bit on Thanksgiving In a New Suit or
Overcoat. See how little it costs, Read
Here’s the Grandest Banquet gf Bargains Ever Offered in Oregon
Buy for months to conie aye,
years! If you liavn’ t the money to
buy, borrow it! No other invest
ment in the world will pay so well.
Come for miles— walk— if you have
to, but come, or yours will be the
Brief Mention of the
Feast that Waits
All sizes, all styles, single or doub
led breasted, other lots worth up to
$20 for $4.90 and... .....
M E N ’S O V E R C O A T S
'/t manufacturer’s prices!
that cost 18 for... ..........
M EN’S $10C R A V E N E T T S , $2.45
Come early for these.
ber is limited. They’ re seasonable,
hi’ n Iso me garments you need now.
$10 values in town, with or with
M E N ’S SU ITS
The most unheard of bargains!
Think of it! Men’s good stylish all
wool suits y o u ’ d gladly pay $ io to
out capes, right in need-time at a
$i 5 for go a t...... .................
choice, while they
The Shafer-Whittier Co.
Sellers of Merchandise of Every Sort. We
sell everything on Earth at the Cheapest
Prices known in the Civilized World
M EN’ S
P A N T S— S E N SA T IO N
A L B A R G A IN S
Men’s $1.50 pants in dark or light
shades neat striped patterns...... 89 c
$2 50 pants in neat hairline
stripes....................................... $ 1.25
$3 pants in dressy patterns.. .$ 1.35
$4 pants in handsome patterns and
splendid weaves of fashionable wool
ens nicely tailored................... $ 1.89
$5 pants worth today $6 to $7 in
city store in this sale at.........$ 2.95
M EN’ S O V E R A L L S
Best 75c values strong,
sturdy overalls............................. 42 c
Hundredsof unparalleld bargains go
unmentioued for lack of space. We
merely quote examples of the mer
ciless slashing prices have gotten.
Women’ s Shoes worth $2 a pair 79 c
Children’ s Shoes in small sizes,
$1.50 to $2 values........................ 65 c
Infants’ Shoes, pair................... 25 c
MEN’S HATS '
Good styles, stiff or soft fine quali
ty furrelts worth up to $2
Choice for........... ...................... 75 cts
Med or as or Graeco PopularShapes
$3 Hats for............................... $ 1.35
$4 Hats f o r ..............................$ 1.69
Y O U T H S ’ SU IT S
BO YS SU ITS
All at 30c on the Dollar
Boys $3 Suits for................... $ 1.50
M E N 'S H A T S A T S L A U G H T E R
PR IC E S
Boys $4.50 Suits for.... .........$ 2.25
M EN'S U N D E R W E A R A T
SL A U G H T E R PRICES
Y O U T H S ’ LON G P A N T SU ITS
M EN'S & W OM EN’ S U M BREL
L A S A T S L A U G H T E R PRICES
$f> S u its ................................
$ 8 . 50 Suits..................
C H IL D R E N 'S ST O CK IN G S A T
SL A U G H T E R PRCES
Boys $6 Suits for...... .................. $3
M EN’ S SOX 4cts PAIR
?oc Hose, per pair..
M EN ’S FU R N ISH IN G S A T
S L A U G H T E R PRICES
SOES AT TREMENDOUS RE
Store Occupied at Estacada by
GOLDSTEIN £& LEVITT
Shafer-Whittier Mercantile Co.
Of Porthind, Oregon
Sale Positively Closes on
Saturday, Night Nov. 24