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About The Estacada news. (Estacada, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 28, 1907)
E S T A C A D A , O REGO N, T H U R S D A Y , F E B R U A R Y 28, 1907.
The Estacada State Bank
Must Make Room
Convince yourself of the excellent
QUALITY & FLAVOR!
15 and 4 0 Cents a Pound
•«I k !» '
On Saturday afternoon, the 16th,
between Eagle Creek and George
p. o. a brown leather suit case. A n
yone finding same please leave at
Eagle Creek p. o. or write the own
er at George p. o.
A liberal re
ward will be paid.
H. JO Y N E R .
Money to Loan
Pay your Clackamas county taxes
in Portland. No long waiting in
line. Save time and carfare. Small
fee 25cts covers everything. Call
and examine the complete tax roll,
or write for statement of your taxes
$5,500.00 TO LO A N \Ve have
$5,500 which we will loan on real
estate security at a low rate of in
[ e s t a b l ish e d 1893 ]
If you have money to loan, we
will find you a customer and make
no charge for placing the loan.— 606-608. Chamber of Commerce,
P O R T L A N D , O REGO N
The Bank of Estacada, \V. A . Heyl-
grades went np to Cazadero to wit-
ness the opening of the power house.
SCHOOL N O T E S
New York, Chicago, and San Francisco Exchange
D A R O W IS H & C O M P A N Y
And I sell the
For the largest stock of Clothing in all lines ever brought to Estacada
We must clean out the old stock, and for that reason, we are selling
goods way down in price. I f you want anything in men or woman’s
get it now.
JONES PAYS THE FREIGHT
$¡ A YEA R
Counciltnen meet tonight.
Mrs. Sarah Palmateer and son,
Lou, were Portland visitors Monday
Mr, and Mrs. A. Detnoy and
family visited with Mrs. Demoy’s
parents at Viola last week.
We will examine your papers and make your loans free of charge. A re i
your personal paf-crs safe from fire and theft?
If not, bring them to us
and we will charge you nothing for keeping them in onr safe.
If you have property or bonds for sale bring them to us for we C A N
A N D W IL L sell them.
Our city connections place us in close touch with investors WHO
I P A Y C A SH .
We can place j our insurance in companies who pay ioo cents on the
dollar in case of loss.
We have money to loan on acceptable security.
Prof. J. E . Stubbs was out at
j Garfield last Saturday and took j
Work for the cheese factory.
At Havens is around again after part in 'the rehersal of “ A Cheerful j
L iar,” a comedy that the young I
a severe sickness.
State Master Buxton has been in
of Garfield are getting up
H. F. Gibson of Barton was in
specting Springwater and Garfield
Agent Fox, representing the old I
j town on business, Tuesday.
I granges this week.
Attorney II. E. Cross was over reliable Queen City Fire Insurance I
Company, visited Estacada Mon- ! -
We have some fine farms for from Oregon City Tuesday,
The Estacada State Bank is
sale and some fine city property
Mrs. John I racey, who was very
J agent for this company that paid
and will make prices right. Have ill
last week, is much better.
100 per cent, of its San 1 - rancisco
all the money you want at 7 per
T. J. Mathews spent a couple |osses
cent. We loan for private parties
days here last week on business.
, , 1
1 lie water system will lie extended
and can give you just what you
want. I f you have idle money we
Mains will be run from the present
will place it for you without cost visiting his son, J. F . and family.
The Ladies’ Aid will meet next main pipe at Currin St. up Curiin I
and we mean what we say.
week Friday p. m. with Mrs. May St. to Fifth St. down Fifth to Broad
W. A . Heyltnan,
w ay;'to Sixth, down Sixth to Zo-
brist and up Zobrist to Seventh. !
H E A R D B Y T H E W A Y S ID E | ^ . “ nd Mrs. C. S. Bard have
moved out 011 the farm for the sum- Pipes will he run to the sclioolhouse
Millard Sarver is doing the chores mer mouths,
It is understood that the brick ;
for Mr. Lockerby while Mrs. Rvn- ! q Scheubel has resigned as dep
ing is looking out for the latter’s uty district prosecutor_ The salary factory will soon be started with a i
comfort in the house during the day is only ?500 a year.
large number of men.
Mr. Lockerby is still sick and not
^ . t
. . .
i . J. Jones, of >»eb., a brother
; able to be around, tho slowly lm -1 f
. , * .
of \Y. A. will make his home here,
proving. Neighbor, when you can,
Golden Eagle Hotel & Restaurant
, 1 he family will arrive later.
, stop hlirrying awhile, drop in and j
see the old man and cheer him a
W . A. Heyltnan and E. L . hra-| Louis Martin, who recently took |
bit. He is bereaved, quite sad and
uere appointed a commitee to the Andre building at the corner o f 1
very lonely; thè time may come lea(l the cheese factory scheme.
Broadway and Second Street h a s 1
when yoti may need encouragement.
Charles Parker has been placed made a new hotel of the place. The ,
Mrs. I>r. Charlton has returned as foreman of the electric gang at place will hereafter be known as the
Cazadero for the P. R. L. & P. Co. Golden Kagle Hotel and Restaurant
Mrs. Bert Hayes is in the Gar-
Mis# vid a Dale and Miss Ruth Every room in the house lias been
field neighborhood renewing ac- nale are spending the week in the n,ade co,nfortahle and Peasant for
| wholesale milliner.stores in Portland ^ e s t s , which has cost an outlay of |
several hundred dollars. The table
lias rented the
. , >
“ Wearing of the green ” will be fare is a]ways the best to be had,
Mr. H erring’s condition is im- j ce'e' ,rated the 16th of March by a and every effort is made to make
necktie and apron ball in the pavil- gUests feei at home and pleased.
Miss Blanche Goodwin has gone lon'
Mr. Martin is running a clean, up-j
visiting with some relatives at Sea-
Merchant Ed. Kaffoury of Daro- to-date hotel, and is gaining the;
wish & Co., has had their store confidence of the people.
room enlarged by having the inside
partition taken out.
Hogs of Good Weight
S p a rk s ’ S to re
G E O . C. BROWNELL
Have outside Land, including Farms, for
Sale. Also residence property, situated in
Oregon City, Gladstone, Milwauke,
Estacada, Malwaukie Park, Oak Grove
On easy terms. Title guaranteed and Ab
stracts furnished. Money to Loan at low
rate of interest to assist purchasers
€K0®33!S3a3K73:CA.LL O N U S g
Office In the Caufield Block.
GEO. C. B R O W N E L L
W. A. H E Y I.M A N
OK HI*ON C IT Y
BROWNELL and HEYLMAN
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
February is the month of cele-
i brations of great Americans' birth-
Washington, Lincoln and
Longfellow are all rememliered on
G R A N G E their birthday.
P R A C T IC E IN A L L CO URTS
When it comes to raising heavy
A ll kinila of Legal Business prom ptly attended to
fat hogs, E. Ridgeway wins in the
Estates and Probate Matters cnrefulb taken care of
race around here.
A week ago he
PA VE W OM ER, ED ITO R .
butchered one of his fat swine that i
At E A G L E C R E E K
dressed 452 pounds. A week or so
Mr. Block, of Eastern Oregon,
The talk given by Hon. A. F.
Anna Bletch entered school Mon
Mrs. George Lockerby, who died
When here last week, John Brown liefore that he killed a fat pig that
Flagel in Estacada last Sunday in
was very much astonished at the dressed 326 pounds. These are the last week, was taken to Portland by visited at his son, E. E. Block’s
The ct'.i grade history class are the interest of the church brought Everybody has an invitation to great growth of the town, and es- kind of hogs which it pays to raise, | friends, the Finley Undertaking home last week. Mr. Block is in
reviewing for the examination.
out the usual crowd.
The lecture come and have a good, merry time, pecially of the development of the because if there's a mortgage on | Company, and laid to rest in River- terested in mining over in the Blue
The p. ,'ils of the 8th and 9th was interesting and instructive.
Program in the Evening
[ the place it will fade away.
local order of Odd Fellows.
I view cemetery.
There is mony for you
in this, our
A BIG LINE
ONE WEEK SPECIAL
To the fact that we will sell you a Sewing Machine for as little
money as you can buy elsewhere. We handle Standard grade
Machines and no where can you get a better deal than through
us. If you do not care to pay spot cash for a machine we will sell
you one on easy payments
Bridge, Beach & Co's
9 inch Royal Grantie Iron pie Plates, 9c STOVES & RANGES
This is Firstclass Ware at a special price for one week only
Limited 6 plates to a customer
Don’t be late
At lowest prices for cash, or we will sell you one on the easy payment
plan. That is, a little down and a little each month. These goods are
made of the best material, with the highest finish and workmanship, and
possess the latest improvements lor insuring perfect operation and duriabil-
ity. The name, Bridge, Beach & Co., is a guarantee of quality
Thè Cary Hardware Company