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About The Estacada news. (Estacada, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (June 6, 1907)
E S T A C A D A , O R EG O N , T H U R S D A Y , JU N K
51 A Y E A R
Be sure and examine
We have some ve ry nice
The Estacada State Bank
Have been officially appointed a
$1.50 to $2
for deposit state moneys
We carry the best brands of
cAre the correct shoe for ladies
Canned Fruits & Groceries
Always the best price paid for all kinds of country produce
We are examined once every 30 days by
the state examiner
Round and Square
There was an orange party at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. H.
Currin on the evening of decoration
The friends who gathered
there spent a delightful evening.
The oranges were brought by Mr.
and Mrs. Currin from California
when they visited that state recent
O11 May 30th the Snyder family
and Mrs. Rawlins and Ben came
down to decorate the graves of their
departed ones who are sleeping in
the Zion cemetery. Mrs. Rawlins
remained till Friday evening visit
ing Mrs. A. Demoy.
On Wednesday the whole male
population of the Garfield school
disappeared after the morning sess
ion. It looked much like a stribe.
Miss Primer, the teacher, was very
much worried and parents were
heard expressing themselves as in
favor of applying the rod.
Tommy, a little son of W . R.
Oatfield, was kicked the other day
by a horse. He was very sick for
awhile, but is now getting better.
Parties can he seen going up into
the hills frequently to look at land
now in dispute between the govern
ment and the R R Co.
With rural free delivery anil the
telephone in their homes, besides
speedy access to the city by fast and
comfortable electric cars, the farm
ers at Currinsville and other neigh
borhoods near there can laugh 3it
their country cousins, they have
decidedly the best of the latter so
far as healthful living is concerned.
Lace Curtains, Portieres
1 NEW STOCK & WALL PAPER PATTERNS \
Give us an opportunity to show our goods and quote prices
For Millinery, Suits, Cloth
ing, Pants, hats Etc.
With or without apron.
With or without apron
Trunks, Grips, Notions
Suspenders, Ties, Laces, Buttons, Combs
Hairpins, and soforth, including the
Tilt Kenney Shoe
SCH O O L N O T E S
know is safe
Gleaned By the Wayside
Spreads for Tables, Stands & Couches
Deposit your money in a bank that you
LET US SHOW YOU OUR NEW
T A B L E S
H. COOPER & CO. JHE U
Ladies’ White Oxfords
New Church Out of Debt—An
Interesting Time— Big
THE BANK OF ESTACADA
T r a n s a c t s A G e n e r a l B a n k i n g B u s in e s s
Rev. Chas. T . McPherson
Pastor Estacada M. IÍ. church
After about eight months of hard
and strenuous labor, Rev.'Chas. T.
McPherson lias succeeded in hav
ing his new Methodist Episcopal
church built, furnished and dedicat
ed free from debt. The edifice stands
on the brow of Main street hi.ll at
the corner of Main and Fourth, a
sightly location overlooking all the
business part of town.
The dedication day services 1 Ki
gali at 9:30 with Sunday school,
followed by speaking by Rev. C. T
Wilson of Grace M. K church. At
Mary Womer visited at her home 1 0 c*oc*c a 'arKe number took pic-
: n'c dinner in the grove near by A t
3 the work at the church was again
Ed. Boner is having an ice cream
taken up and continued the rest of
parlor added to Ins stand.
Mr. 1 . S. McDan-
Fd Hunt is advertising his social' ¡e, delived „ „ eloquent and
baP to take place the 8th.
ly address at ^
al)d t!le rest of
John Cassidy has sold an option the evening was devoted to raising
011 his property to \V . A. Jones.
what money was yet owing on the
Will Wilson and wife of Portland church. The total sum raised dur-
visiteil at Mr. and Mrs. Boswell’ s. I ing the day was $ 1,16 4 . of which
Mrs. Win. Stubbe was taken sick $200 was attribu ted by the church
last Sunday, and Dr. Haviland was ] extension board, and the rest by
j the people present. This was $450
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kimmell more than was necessary to clear .
and son Carl spent Sunday at Ore- the chllrch fro” ' debt- alld tbis sum
will lie applied'on the parsonage to
Among the prominent
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Boultman, of
people present were Father J Flinn
St Johns, were out Tuesday, and
and wife, John F. Carroll, B. Lee
Paget. F. S. Akin, G . F. Johnson.
The Ladies’ Aid will meet with
Mail; | ople from the country came
Mrs. W. J. Emmett next week FTi-
in and took part in the day’s pro-
day at 2 p. m.
cci e -g; and contributed largly to
The city council met last evening the church fund.
and canvassed the election returns,
The new church is one of the fin
as provided by law.
est in the county, and is well built.
The Eagle Creek baseball boys It has a large concrete basement,
give a lienefit hall at Wilbern’s hall and is neatly finished on the interi
on the evening of the 8th
or. The main floor is divided into
Last Sunday the Estacada hall « large congregation room, a class
tossers won from Elwood 4 to 9 and room and a study.
in the afternoon beat Milwaukee 1 fixtures arc very pretty. Rev. Mc
Pherson has shown great skill in
Capital, $ 6 ,00 0.00
M oney to Loan on
This bank has the local agency for some of the very Lest
Fire Insurance Companies.
Let us write your policy. :
If you have money to loan, we will place it for you.
have Real Ivstate for sale, list.it with
property of our own for sale and can
us, as we have no
push your sales
Our lawyer will attend to all of you* legal business, drawing
papers of every kind
W. A. HEYLMAN,
■ r w
Three more days of school.
The 5th grade are taking their
final examinations, and theqth take
All are welcome to attend our ex
ercises which will be given in the
M. K. cliureh the evening of June
Maggie Lingelbach, who has been
C LA C K A M A S C O U N T Y
away, returned to school Tuesday
The Fore Brothers have bought j establishing and building churches,
The new flag is now waving over the gray stallion, Fred, of R. C. a,ld at Su,lday evening's services
Notice their ad in this hc « a s given a hearty vote of thanks •
the school house.
by the people. The mechanial work
CLACKAMAS TITLE COMPANY
A va Lovelace.
was superintended by J. W. Reed.,
606-608, Chaml)cr of Commerce,
Rev. D J H. A . Z. Sawkhan-
PO R TLA N D , OREGO N
and A 1 Lindsey.
Herman Labrecque, who used to ner arri ved here Tuesday and will
run as conductor on this line, goes
Full equipment of maps, plats, ab
F. J. Cattcrlin & Co. 125 Abing-
to New Jersey to act as superintend services.
80-Acre Farm for Sale
toti Building, Portland, will buy any
ent on Morris Bros’ new railway.
A lady customer of ours had suffered
kind of mining stocks, or will sell
with tetter for two or three years. It got
I will sell my farm of 80 acres, so bad 011 her hands that she could not
you any kind of stocks offered on
Agents for Clackamas County Land
M O NEY LO AN ED
1 he I'.stacada schools will picnic the market less than any one else, and farm implements; 15 acres in attend to her household duties. One box
ESTACADA BRICK & TILE
T IT L E S PER FEC TED
1 if you would enjoy tomorrow take in the park next Tuesday from 11? q-ry them.
cultivation; balance good pasture. of Chamberlain’s Salve cured her. Cham
Chamberlain's Stomache and Liver Tab 30 to 4 o'clock.
Dinner will lie
Good house and barn, fruit, water, berlain’s medicins give spleddid satisfac
lets tonight. They produce an agreeable
tion in this community.
M. H. Ron-
E. F. & F. B. RILEY,
wood. 5 y2 miles S E of Estacada. nkv & Co., Almond, Ala. Chamberlain's
laxative effect, clear the head and cíense
Geo. Lockcrby, Estacada, nifdiciius ate for sale by the Estacada
Attorneys, Counselors at Law Estacada
Oreqon the stomache. Vrice, 25 cents. Samples cau.
free at the Estacarla drug store.
Ore. R .E.D . 1.
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Schools Will Picnic