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About The Estacada news. (Estacada, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (June 27, 1907)
E S T A C A D A , O R EG O N , T H U R S D A Y , JU N E 27,
V O L. 3
SEALS ** SUCTION
The Estacada State Bank have some choice
ones for sale on easy terms
m ot M O U T H
A NEW STOCK OF
Buy Lots ¡« Estacada
NO RUBBER RING
Put tip by yourself in
$1 A Y E A R
Make a good investment
Serve Delicious Vegetables
Corn on Cob, or Whole Tomatoes
on Christmas Day
A I R T IG H T
NO MOULD NO LOSS
H i t P S VEG LTA BICS.
F R U IT S M I N T S IT C
S C A L C O FOREVER.
R E T A IN IN G F R I S A N A T U R A L F L A V O R S
These lots are a go o d investment for anyone
w ishing a future hom e on easy terms
Remember this wonderful jap keeps Vegetables, Meats, Fish, Game as well as Fruit, retain
ing the fresh natural flavor of the fresh food. Put up these foods now, while they are cheap
and serve when out of season, you will be delighted with the results
'A N D C
We also have som e choice business lots
We sell and Recommend
Economy J a r s
Estacada State Bank
Darowish, North & Co.
L E T US SHOW YOU OUR N EW
Round and Square
Spreads for Tables, Stands & Couches
Lace Curtains, Portieres
I N E W STOCK & W ALL PA PER P A T T E R N S ]
Give us an opportunity to show our goods and quote prices
H. COOPER & CO.
™ E H<FURN ISH ERS
Town on Mount Hood
For Millinery, Suits, Cloth
ing, Pants, Hats Etc.
With or without apron
With or without apron.
Suspenders, Ties, Laces, Buttons, Combs
Hairpins, and soforth, including the
I am selling nursery stock - all
kinds of fruit trees and shrubbery
grown by the Woodburn Nursery,
the oldest nursery in the state, all
stock reliable. For particulars and
prices call on or write E. L. W O N
A C O T T , Estacada, Ore. Route 1,
agent for this part of Clacakmas
T ilt Kenney Shoe
This is what makes Oregon fruit
The city council may meet this
The United Artisans have a spe-
cial meeting this evening.
How many eggs, average size,
does it take to weigh a pound ?
65 head of sheep for sale at ranch
miles east of Currinsville.— C.
C. Saling, Estacada, Ore. Route 1.
The Radies’ Aid meets with
Mrs. W . S. Irwin tomorrow after
noon at 2 p. m.
F. J. Catterlin & Co. 125 Abing-
ton Building, Portland, will buy any
kind of mining stocks, or will sell
Ed. Mallory has been appointed you any kind of stocks offered on
secretary of the Estacada Oddfellow the market less than any one else.
T ry them.
David Bridenstine is offering his
land adjoining Estacada for sale in
THE BANK OF ESTACADA
T ra n sa c ts A G e n e ra l B a n k i n g B u s i n e s s
M oney to Loan on
A n Observation
The last number of the Pacific
hristian Advocate while speaking
of the Estacada church work says:
“ Less than a year ago Estacada
was little more than a mere pros
pect, with less than a dozen mem
bers and no church nor parsonage,
but Brother McPherson, immediate
ly after his appointment began a
systematic canvass for funds and in
Walter Hinman and Edith O. a very short time work was com
Moak were married last week, and menced on the church building and
now we have a beautiful church
are now living in Portland. *
i n the Tracey school district W. with a seating capacity of 500, situ
ated on the brow of the hill, an ideal
h . Holder was elected clerk and
Henry Epperson was re-elected di location, lots and work began on a
parsonage, the membership increas
ed 200 per cent, and the largest list
Mrs. W. R. Bruner arrived here'
of subscribers to the Pacific Chris
last v\ eek from Butte, Mont, and
tian Advocate in the Pkst Portland
will reside with her daughter, Mrs. I
district and the second largest in
C. S. Allen.
the Oregon conference.”
W. E . Myers, the Dodge sawmill
man, was in town on business Mon-
Miss Mary E. Womer was one of
The Epworth League gathered at daY and reP °rts everything out his
their room in the church Tuesday waY do' n8 we"-
evening for the weekly business and
C. H. Gossett surveyed Broad-
social meeting. A large number of way f ° r the purpose of establishing
young people attended, and an or- a grade for the new grading to l»e
ganization was perfected with 35 done on this street,
members. The officers for the first
The ladies of the church and the
quarter are: Mrs. Chas. T McPher- Sunday School are preparing a pro-
5 ><£§®< 2 5 i ® © son, Pres., Mrs. Rosa Reagan, 1st gram for Children’ s Day which will
Vice in charge of Spiritual Dept., , be observed next Sunday, 30th.
F. M. Gill, 2nd Vice in charge of
Bills are out advertising a base
Dept, of World Evangelism; Mrs. ball game in Estacada on the fore-
C L A C K A M A S COUNTY
W . S. Irwin, 3d Vice in charge of noon Qf July 4th, and an afternoon
thg Mercy and Help Dept., Edna and evening dance at the pavilion.
Miller, 4th Vice in charge of the
H ere's another grower of fine
literary and social work; Mary Dale fruit _ j
Honebon, who brought
CLACKAMAS TITLE COMPANY
win, treasurer. After the business 9trawberries to market, yesterday,
606 608, Chamber of Commerce,
meeting, the committee.
P O R T L A N D , O R EG O N
The Estacada State Bank direc
1 Womer, Morrow and Miller assumed
tors met last week and declared a
¡charge. Wm. Dale and Stella Wo-
Full equipment of maps, plats, ab
Imer recited and Mrs. McPherson dividcnd of 5 per cent. A surplus
stract books and tax rolls
sang. Amusement was had from ° ^ 1,000 was added to the capital.
County Superintendent Zinser hi s
guessing advertisements, and from
Agents for Clackamas County Land
the game of "Conversation. ” Striw - issued diplomas to the 8th grade
M O N EY LO A N ED
ESTACADA BRICK & TILE
i>erries and wafers were served as graduates— Wm. Dale, Kittie Rea
T IT L E S PERFECTED
refreshments for a delightful even gan, Paul Womer and Mary Dale,
F. M. Gill, Clyde Schock, of Estacada; and to Roy Alspaugh,
E. F. & F. B. RILEY,
Neil Bronson and Ed Hogan are the Mabel Linn, Alta Sarver and Ethel
A ttorney», Counselors a t Law Estacad»
Oregon committee for next week.
Hale of Currinsville.
:D A L E ’S:
Louis Martin has purchased two
O. C. Yocum, the well-known lots on Broadway of the Est ic; < 1 1
Mount Hood guide, is going to plat j State Bank.
a townsite on Mount Hood, and has' E . L . Wonacott was elect« <! di
several Portland people interested rector in the Garfield school disti i*'t
who will build there. Such a scheme and J. J. Davis clerk,
yvill no doubt prove a success.
j. F . Lovelace has purchased the
corner lot on Zobrist street north of
the Green residence.
Fruit Trees and Shrubbery
See E. L. FRALEY, Cashier
J, W . Gilstrap and wife, who are ,
now in the store business at Arletr,
spent Sunday with friends in Esta-
They are doing well in Ar-
The next meeting of the Lady
Maccabees will be held July 17th
at Eagle Creek, 011 account of the
Fourth of July coming the day after
the next regular meeting day.
Mrs. E. L. Fraley went south on
Tuesday to Jackson county where
she will see the first train that goes
over the Crater Lake-Medford, or
Eastern & Pacific Railway.
will be gone several days.
Fraley accompanied Mrs. Fraley as
far as Portland.
This bank lias 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
property of our own for sale and can
us, as we
Our lawyer will attend to all of your legal business, drawing
papers of every kind
W. A. HEYLMAN,
Am agent for
class a which graduated from the
Portland High school last week.
She was one of the class in F’ nglish.
Miss Linda and Miss Stella Womer
visited Portland last week, and at
tended the graduation exercises of
the high school classes.
TO G E T T H E B E S T
FIR and CEDAR
Place your order early
in Oregon go to R. Fanton’ s
mill 12 miles east of Estaca
da for them, or send orders
to his address. : : : : : : :
Fir Shingles................... $2 10
Red Cedar.....................$2 25
AT M itt,
DELIVERED TO ESTACADA
Fir Shingles...” ............ $2 50
Until further notice,
R. F A N T O N ,
80-Acrc Farm for Sale
I will sell my farm of 80 acres,
i and farm implements; 15 acres in
cultivation; balance good pasture.
Good house and barn, fruit, water,
miles S E of Estacada.
Geo. Lockerby, Estacada,
¡Ore. R .F.D . 1.
A lady customer ol ours had suffered
with tetter for two or three years. It >;ot
so laid on her hands that she could not
attend to her household duties. One box
of Chamberlain’s Salve cured her. Cham
berlain's medicins give spleddid satisfac
tion in this community.
M. H Ron-
xp.v 9t Co., Almond, Ala. Chamberlain’s
mediciprs aie for sale by the Kstacada