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About The Estacada news. (Estacada, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (March 28, 1907)
E ST A C A D A , OREGON, TH U R SD A Y,
GRAND SPRING OPENING
MEN’S and BOYS’ CLOTHING
The greatest bargains ever
given to the public
$1 A Y E A R
The Estacada State Bank
GEO. ESTE S,
D h . S. W. ST R Y K E R .
E. L. F R A L E Y ,
Capital fully paid up, $20,000.00 General banking business transacted
4 per cent paid on time certificates of deposit.
Collections made promptly and economically
New Stock! Latest Styles
WE SELL REAL ESTATE
W e call your special attention to our
Complete New Stock of the Highest Grade
GRO CERIES, FR U IT S, V E G E T A B L E S
YOU H A V E FARM OR C IT Y
for sale list it with us, we can and will sell it for you
Our Prices are
L E T US W R IT E YOUR IN SU R A N CE in a company that paid 100
cents on the dollar for their losses at San Francisco and who can be de
pended upon to pay you 100 cents on the dollar in case of loss.
W E P A Y T H E H IG H E S T PR ICE S FOR
C O U N T R Y PRODUCE
When in Estacada use our private office
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for transacting your business. You are always welcome and we will be
glad to keep your private papers for you free of charge.
DAROWISH & COMPANY
Having decided to move else
where, we will sell our furniture and
Mrs. John Bourbotiia is confined other goods-.— R. A. Stratton.
D. F . Warner puts in his vaca
to the house by illness.
The time for opening the bids for
tions burning stumps and clearing
Merchant G. B. Darowish was in the woodworking factory' has been
things up on his farm.
town Tuesday on business.
extended till Monday, April 1.
One of Mr. Fanton’ s horses was
Miss Stella and Miss Mary Wom-
About 30 guests attended Satur
disabled a short time ago and in
day evening’s dance by the baseball
order to continue delivering those er are expected home for Easter.
Ed. Hogan’ s scrubs beat the reg boys. It was a decided success.
fine shingles which his mill is known
C. W. Seymoure went out to Si-
to turn out he was compelled to buy ulars 11 to 12 in a ball game Sun
wasli, Wash., last week to spend a
F. M. Gill came out last Satur few days with his friend,’.Mr. Scott.
T o judge by the way R. H.
Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Boswell en
Currin was pitching the hay back day evening and visited friends at
tertained at tea Sunday, Mrs. W.
onto his wagon passers by believed Garfield.
that he didn’t like to have his load
R. A. Stratton returned Tuesday A. Jones, Mrs. Eva Kessler and
from his trip to Minnesota and oth Lycile.
I will be in Estacada' for ten days
Walter and Ralph Lemon have er states.
gone into the sawmill business in
Some repairs and improvements or so and will pay the highest cash
partnership with Ed Mullen.
are to be made to the Estacada Ho prices for hides and pelts.— D. F.
R. S. Blew and wife have gone tel property.
to Portland where Mr. Blew expects
Mrs. O. A. Olson, of Portland, Geo. Shultz, David Esherman and
to engage again in railroad work. visited at Mrs. W. A. Heylman’ s several more of our young men at
tended a dance in Oregon City last
We understand that their place is on Tuesday.
L- W. VanDyke left for Portland
Wm. Dale has purchased two lots
Walter Shriner was over from Tuesday morning expecting to go
5 and 6 block 34 at the corner of
Orient, where he is working, and to California.
Short and Third streets of H. W.
spent Sunday with Mrs. Shriner on
Several of Portland’s police were
the Lemon farm.
out here Sunday after some crooks,
D. F. Warner served noticeTon
John Straight has sold his place but found none.
C. H. Foster last Saturday to va
to a corporation which, rumor has
Monday night, March 25th a fine cate his farm and premises within
it, intends to put in a power plant
baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. ten days.
some where on the Clackamas river
K. C. Hoygaard.
Rev. McPherson is helping to
The family have returned to Park-
$90,000 in Portland this week
was in the city last Saturday tran for the new Y. M. & Y. W. C. A.
Mrs. Florence Duncan has gone
to work at Woodstock.
If you need a bath take a look at
Mrs. W. A. Heylman and Mrs.
and buy that beautiful ivory porce
Mrs. D. M. Marshall and Mrs.
W. K. Haviland visited friends in lain bathroom outfit at the Cary
G. DeSheilds walked from their
homes to Estacada Tuesday morn
ing; considering the condition of
T o t h e O ne I t C o n c e r n s :
The party who wrote the letter,
the roads it is no wonder that these ing m a couple days of last week
Mar. 25, ’07, concerning Old Bos
ladies prefered walking to riding. because of an abcess.
Mrs. Sarah Ford and little girl well ; if they will call at the tele
Miss Grace M. Smith closed a
spending a few days with Mrs. phone Co’s office, will receive the
very successful term of teaching at
medal for the person having the
longest tongue, and more time to
the Bowman school last Wednesday W. M. Yonts and family.
Wm. Stratton came home for a attend to other people's business
Her work has been very satisfacto
than their own, in the City of Es-
ry and it is with regret that” the few days’ vacation which the O. A.
— B. O. B o s w e l l .
' C. students had last week.
people see her go.
Gl eaned By the Wayside
I WE BOW
I To the People of Estacada & Vicinity |
^ On SA T U R D A Y , MARCH 16, ’07 we opened store in ®
( 0 the Shultz Building, Estacada, where we will offer you a 0L
? Stock consisting of
MILLINERY, DRYGOODS, LA- *
DIES’ & MEN’S FURNISHINGS
We have come to stay, and have tried to buy to suit the
wants of all. And we will add from time to time, goods
that you want. Come in to see us. Ail will have courte
ous treatment whether you buy or not. Our prices will
be the lowest. Not cheap goods at low prices, but Good
goods for little money.
Com e in and See Our Goods &
Learn O ur Prices
Soliciting a share of your patronage, we are
:D A L ES:
The new M. E. church is getting
well along towards the finishing
work. Rev. McPherson, who has
had charge of the construction work
has been doing some effective hust
ling for funds to build the church
1 with, and he is reaping the reward
of his .hard labors. The plastering
; will be finished in a few days.
Mr. Taylor has been making
preparations to move onto the War
FOR S A L E BY
G. B. Linn took a party of men
to the Linn Bros.’ mill Tuesday
A gen cy for Prussian Mock Foods, Estacada to look over the property.
IS GOOD FO R A L L
J. F. Lovelace
L O C A L NEW S
THE BANK OF ESTACADA
T ra n sa cts A G e n e ra l B a n k i n g B u s i n e s s
Capital, $ 6 ,0 0 0 .0 0
Money to Loan on Real Estate
This bank has the local agency for some of the very best
Fire Insurance Companies.
Let us write your policy. : :
If you have money to loan, we will place it for you.
have Real Estate for sale, list it with us, as we have no
property of our own for sale and can push your sales
Our lawyer will attend to all of your legal business, drawing
papers of every kind
W. A. HEYLMAN,
John Glass of Newburg was here
a couple days of last week.
Glass was looking up real estate
values both of town and country
property. He was much pleased
with the looks and prospects of the
place, and may decide to purchase a
tract of land here. Mr. Glass has
some property in his home town and
his move here depends somewhat
on whether he sells there.
Money to Loan
$3,500.00 TO LOAN -W e have
$5,500 which we will loan on real
estate security at a low rate of in
If you have money to loan, we
1 will find you a customer and make
no charge for placing the loan.—
The Bank of Estacada, W. A. Heyl-
' man, Cashier.
and PAM . Etc.
When you are going to build consult us on your wants
WILL BE SATISFIED
TKe C ary Hardware Company