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NO. 28 oí- VOL. 3
E S T A C A D A , OREGON, TH U R SD A Y , JUNE 20,
Darowish, North & Co
After looking over this report is there
any use to ask why the State of Oregon
carries a deposit in the
Estacada State Bank?
$ i A YEAR
A NEW STOCK OF
**♦ **♦ ***•»•
Report of the condition of the Estacada State Bank, June 17, 1907
Cash on hand and in
other banks................. $ 3179 84
Loans & discounts........... 18446 02
Bonds & warrants...,...... 60935 00
Banking house, real es
tate E tc.......................... 32422 45
Furniture & fixtures.......
Total........................ $H 5934
L IA B IL IT IE S
Capital stock paid up...$ 20000 00
Deposits............................ 92794 26
Trusts, Commissions &
Escrows........................ 2161 71
Interest & discounts......
:AN D C
T o t a l ............................. $ U 5 9 3 4 0 5
Spark’s Sto re
Will Stratton was in town Sun
L O C A L N ÉW S
Ed. Boner has added to his con
day from the college at Corvallis,
fectionery stand a Nickel Mint pea
nut roaster and corn popper, and
“ May every man be what be visiting friends before his departure
for nis home in Utah.
fresh popcorn and peanuts are some thinks himself to be.’ ’
Miss Linda Womer, Miss Stella
of hi^ specialties.
G IR L W A N T E D — Steady em
and Miss Maude Sturgeon
Mrs. W. K. Havilaud, Sr., was ployment. A t the Hotel Estacada.
Springwater Sunday morn- |
in town Sunday, and together with
Attorney J. F. Martin of Port
Mrs. Doctor Haviland and Mrs. J. land was out on legal work this ing and attended the Children’s Day j
exercises, the picnic dinner and the
B. Haviland spent the afternoon at week.
afternoon program at the Spring-
E. S. Womer has a crew of men water church, and enjoyed the day
Louis MartSu, proprietor of the at work completing the water pipe
and doings very much.
Golden Eagle Restaurant, is enter system.
taining a couple friends, Henry Re
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Dowtiey of A Surprise on Mayor-elect Havi
j N EW ST O C K & W A L L PA PE R PA T T E R N S j
gal and Victor Brockler, from San Portland were visiting friends here
land and Wife
Give us an opportunity to show our goods and quote prices
These gentlemen went
through the earthquake and fire
R. Kimmell and family are now
A real surprise was given Doctor
with Mr. Martin.
living on the lots they purchased on and Mrs. Haviland Thursday even
ing last. A t nine about forty of
Fruit Trees and Shrubbery Shafford St.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dale are in their friends walked in to spend the
Portland for a few days on business evening with them, and a most a-
I am selling nursery stock— all and pleasure.
greeable time was had. Songs from
kinds of fruit trees and shrubbery
Supt. Plant, of the Brick plant, both Dr. and Mrs. Haviland, a rec
grown by the Woodburn Nursery, returned home yesterday from his itation from Mrs. Heylman, and
the oldest nursery in the state, all trip to Coos county.
other music were greatly enjoyed.
stock reliable. For particulars and
games formed a part of the
The Brown orchestra of Portland
prices call on or write E. L. WON- give a public ball in the pavilion on evening’s social doings, and at the
A C O T T , Estacada, Ore. Route 1, Saturday evening.
close refreshments were served.
agent for this part of Clacakmas
Present were, Mr. and Mrs. Ha
W. A. Heylman as Cashier of the
vens, Mr. and Mrs. Lovelace, Mr.
Bank of Estacada will pay par for
and Mrs. J B Haviland, Mr. and
all creamery checks.
C A S T L E B U IL D E R S
Mrs. Hayes, Mr and Mrs Irwin,
Dr. Anderson is practicing den Mr. and Mrs. Boswell, Mr. and Mrs
uilders e veryo n e are w e;
f t C B astle-b
tistry in Estacada every Saturday, ! Bourbonia, Mr. and Mrs. Heylman,
u ild in g d a ily fo r e te rn ity .
W ith or without apron.
W ith or without apron
A ctio n s are th e b lo ck s w ith w h ich we
at Dr. Smith's office.
j Mr. and Mrs. Wirtz, Maude Stur-
b u ild ,
Mrs. Doctor C. B. Smith and son , geon, Mae Stephens, Mrs. Bronson,
T h e fru itio n o f ou r hopes fu lfilled ;
C h aracter, th e fou n d ation firm and true; Sim, are at Wamica, Wasco Co. on 1 Grace Lewis, Mary Groff, Mr. and
G ird e rs are th e w ill to dare and do;
a couple weeks' visit.
Mrs. Geo. Dale, Mr. and Mrs. Do
A ll th e stru ctu re m ortised in w ith th o u g h t
Fiarl Wilson, Geo. Shultz,
Suspenders, Ties, Laces, Buttons, Combs
M ak es us w on d er at th e th in g w e ’ve
Ed. Mallory, Ed. Bo
w ro u g h t.
Hairpins, and soforth, including the
ner, Mr Boner, Lena Lehman, Mrs
for a Fourth celebration.
But th e castle b u ild w e w ith o u r lives;
Mr. and Mrs. A 1 Lindsey took a McKown, Dr. and Mrs. Haviland,
Just th e on e fo r each o f us su rvives.
trip up into Washington last week, Major Haviland and Olive Wagner.
LE T U S SH O W YOU OUR N EW
Round and Square
T A B L E S
Spreads for Tables, Stands & Couches
Lace Curtains, Portieres
H. COOPER & CO. ™ T u f™
^ For Millinery, Suits, Cloth
ing, Pants, Hats Etc.
: D A L ES:
CLACKAMAS TITLE COMPANY
606-608, Chamber of Commerce,
P O R T LA N D , O REGO N
Full equipment of maps, plats, ab
stract books and tax rolls
Agents for Clackamas County Land
M ON EY L O A N E D
t i t l e s pf : r f e c t f . d
E. F. & F. B. RILEY,
Attorneys, Counselors at Law
Transacts A General Banking Business
Capital, $6,0 0 0 .0 0
Money to Loan on Real Estate
IN S U R A N C E
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.
liave 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,
Tilt Kenney Shoe
THE BANK OF ESTACADA
W h a t sh all be th e stru ctu re w h ich we
S h a ll it m erit G o d ’ s and w h o le w o rld ’s
S h a ll w e b u ild it adam antin e stone
To rem ain till tim e itself h ath flown?
O r th e stru ctu re be d e c a y in g wood
, S oon to pass on tim e ’s e ’er-sw eeping
F . M. G I L L .
and visited friends a few days.
F. J. Catterlin & Co. 125 Abing-
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Barthleth,
of Nogales, Arizona, spent Sunday ton Building, Portland, will buy any
; kind of mining stocks, or will sell
with Mr. and Mrs. A. F\ Shultz.
Father Anslm of the Catholic you any kind of stocks offered on
church, who had charge of the Es the market less than any one else,
tacada work, died suddenly of heart j Try them.
desease last week.
Mrs. Pearle Stevens and Mrs.
I Gitsner, of Portland, spent Sunday
Miss Vida Dale and Mr. J. E. with the former’s parents, Mr. and
I Stubbs were united in marriage at Mrs. R. G. Palmateer.
2 p. m., Wednesday, June 19, ’07,
Miss Cora Yocum returned home
I in the parlor of the Perkins Hotel, last week from the Oregon Agricul
Portland. The ceremony was per tural college, which she has been
formed by Rev. Asa Sleeth, in the attending the past year.
I presence of the parents of the bride
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Posson en
and groom. Mrs. Stubbs is a daugh-
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Dow-
! ter of Hon. and Mrs. Wm. Dale
and Mrs. C. F\ Howe
formerly of Westmorland Co. Penn.
dinner last Sunday,
I Professor and Mrs. Stubbs have a
and a pleasant, social afternoon was
them most sincere congratulations. 1 spent.
Workmen at the brick factory are
They will spend their honeymoon
at the seashore and along the Col filling the brick drying kiln with
ESTACADA BRICK & TILE
umbia, before Mr. Stubbs takes up ' dry pressed brick. If there are not
his work at the university.
Mrs. ! enough green brick already made
M. A. Stubbs, inotherof Mr. Stubbs, to fill it, the machinery will lie put
and E. Cummings, grandfather, at .in motion and a sufficient amount
I made to fill the kiliri
tended the wedding.
Am agent for
TO G E T T H E BEST
EIR and CEDAR
in Oregon go to R. Fanton’ s
mill 12 miles east of Estaca
da for them, or send orders
to his address. : : : : : : :
Place your order early
Fir Shingles..................$2 10
Red Cedar....................$2 25
A T M ILL
D E L IV E R E D TO E S T A C A D A
OR SU R R O U N D IN G S
Fir Shingles.................. $2 50
Cedar ........................... $2 65
Until further notice,
R. F A N T O N ,
R F I) i
80-Acre Farm for Sale
I will sell my farm of 80 acres,
and farm implements; 15 acres in
cultivation; balance good pasture.
Good house and barn, fruit, water,
wood. 5J4 miles SE of Estacada.
$2,000 Geo. Lockerby, Estacada.
Ore. R.F.D. 1.
le t t e r Cured
A lndv custom er o f ou rs had suffered
w ith tetter fo r tw o r*r three years. It g o t
so bad on h er hands th at she cou ld n ot
attend to h e r household d uties. O ne b o x
o f C h am lierlain 's Salve cu red her. C h am
b erla in 's m cd icin s g iv e spled d id satisfac
tion in th is com m u n ity.
M . II. R o tv
NKY & C o ., A lm o n d , A la . CU atulierlain’s
m ed icin es a te for sale b y th e E stacada
Drug S tore.