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About The Estacada news. (Estacada, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (July 25, 1907)
E ST A C A D A , OREGON, TH U R SD A Y , JU LY 25,
$1 A Y E A R
Serve Delicious Vegetables
A NEW STOCK OF
Estacada State Bank
Corn on Cob, or Whole Tomatoes
' > on Christmas Day
Put up by yourself in
A General Banking Business Transacted
N O RUBBER R IN G
ECONOM Y JA R S
S ELF SEALING
A ID TIGH T
NO MOULD NO LOSS
Paid up Capital, $20,000.00
f r u it s . m e a t s etc .
R ETAIN ING M E S H N ATU R A L FLAVORS
We sell and Recommend
c a n d
H. N. North
Round and Square
T A B L E S
Spreads fo r Tables, Stands & Couches
Lace Curtains, Portieres
I N EW STOCK & W ALL PA PER PA T T E R N S 1
Give us an opportunity to show our goods and quote prices
TH E HOUSE
f For M illinery, Suits, Cloth-
ing, Pants, Hats Etc.
O v e ra lls
With or without apron
With or without apron.
Suspenders, Ties, Laces, Buttons, Combs
Hairpins, and soforth, including the
Tilt Kenney Shoe
D A L ES-
Nick Rath was in town, Monday
from the George neighborhood, and
The News acknowledges a pleasant
call. Mr. Rath is enthuiastic over
the jjrospect of getting a good, new
| bridge built across Eagle creek so
that the farmers over his way can
get to Estacada without too much
of a drive. The Falls bridge has
broken and has been declared un
safe. The plan is to build a new
bridge farther up the creek and to
make a good rotftiway on each tide
of the creek. George is a produc
tive country, and has much produce
to market each year.
should come to Estacada, but to get
it a bridge and approaches must be
I built. No doubt the county will
put in the bridge and approaches if
the people will do the rest.
The Hotel Estacada
A L L MODERN CO N VEN IE N CE S
One of the most delightful Resorts on the Coast
Local and Tourist Trade Solicited
Dr. O. D. BABCOCK
Physician and Surgeon
O ffice anil resilience, u p stairs in B a n k o f
E stacad a B u ild in g
Mrs. Anna Burgis, of Toconia, a
cousin of II. Cooper, arrived here
The W. H. Judson Company of
Portland has purchased the Estaca
da Wood Manufacturing Company’ s
plant and site at Estacada with ad
ditional grounds, and will install a
car manufacturing plant with a ca
pacity at present of five cars a day,
will conduct a general locomotive
and car repair business. The com
pany has increased its capital stock
The officers of the
company are W. H. Judson, presi
dent and treasurer and G. F. Mar
tin secretary.— The Timberman.
C. L. Allen, wife and daughter,
Anna, arrived-’Wuesday from Mis
soula, Mont., and will remain the
summer. Mr. and Mrs. Allen is the
parents of Mrs. Murphy.
L O C A L N EW S
Glass jelly cans at Cooper's at re
These are busy days for the farm
ers, but not so in the village.
Walter Cane and wife of Port
land visited at the Page home last
We received a pleasant visit this
week from W. H. Livermore and
E. G. Garber, who spent their earl-
Give the breeding mare liberal ;er days around here, but who are
feeding and plenting of exercise. If now connected with the Neustadter
driven carefully she is all right; garment factory.
otherwise she should be turned in a
Old Daddy Stork, or someone,
yard or field every pleasant day.
brought two new boys into the
It is not wise to keep changing j
neighborhood last week.
your breeds of hens by cross-breed
merchant to Mr. and Mrs. J. K.
ing. Keep the breed pure.
Ely, Thursday morning 18th; and
If you want your hens to beheal- a little rustler to Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
: thy provide a dust bath for them. T. Russell, Friday morning, 19th.
They enjoy it and it helps to keep
Troutdale’s principal block of
them free from lice and mites.
Fruit trees grow well in poultry business houses burned last Sunday
Fruit and poultry are a morning. Whiskey did it. Fool
ish men who had drunk too freely
of liquor were in their room late at
President Roosevelt told the M idi
night carousing, and by accident
igan farmers that the best crops
knocked the lamp over, and the
they raised on their farms were the
town went up. NO water supply,
j boys and girls.
A s usual the great
or fire protection— only plenty beer
president's head was level. A ll the
and other liquors. And there are
‘ other things raised are but inciden-
other towns, Estacada not excepted,
! tals to the raising of a crop of good
which had better take the hint from
i boys and girls.— American Farmer.
Mr. Barleycorn, and minimize the
danger as soon as possible. But no
place need strive for real greatness
j without first having a sweeping fire.
A few good men; steady employ- j----
ment. Apply at the Estacada Brick
& Tile Factory, Estacada, Ore.
TO G E T T H E BE ST
$2 a day
J. E. Crawford is going to have a
new residence this summer.
new house will he built out near the
road on the east side the farm. It
will he built by Crawford Bros.
Econom y J a r s
L E T US SHOW YOU OUR NEW
E. L. FR ALEY, Cashier
Remember this wonderful jar keeps Vegetables, Meats, Kish, 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
H. COOPER & CO.
Trees and Shrubbery
V I am - selling ------
kinds of fruit trees and shrubbery
grown by the Woodbum Nursery, j
; the oldest nursery in the state, all
stock reliable. For particulars and
prices call on or write E. L. WON- j
A C O TT, Estacada, Ore. Route 1,
agent for this part of Clacktnas
F. J. Catterlin & Co. 125 Abing-
ton Building, Portland, will buy any
kind of mining stocks, or will sell
you .n y kind of stocks offered on
the market less than any one else,
HR and CEDAR
in Oregon go to R. Fantou’ s
mill 12 mile» east of Estaca
da for them, or send orders
to his address. : : : : : : :
Fir Shingles.................. $2 10
Red Cedar....................$2 25
A T M IL L
D E L IV E R E D T O 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 D 1
THE BANK OF ESTACADA
T ra n s a c ts A G e n e ra l B a n k in g B u s in e s s
Money to Loan on Real Estate
This bank has the local agency for some of the very best
Growth of County Estima
ted B y School Census
Fire Insurance Companies.
Let us write your policy. : :
If you have money to loan, we will place it for you.
The annual report of J. C. Zin-
ser, superintendent of the county
schools, has been completed and
filed in the office of State Superin
tendent of Public Instruction, J. H.
Ackerman, at Salem.
has traveled 1500 miles during the
year, and has visited the schools of
the county, comprising 125 districts
The enumeration of the district
clerks shows à total school popula
tion of 8524, and 4409 are boys and
4115 are girls.
Estimating the to
tal population of the county on a
basis of 1 to 5, there are 42620 peo
ple in the county.
The number of teachers employ
ed during the year was 201, 39 of
them men and 162 ladies.
received in wages $68,031.73 an av
erage of $57.13 for the men and of
$44.44 for the ladies.
cations for examination for county
certificates numbered 79, and only
four of this number failed.
In the county as shown by the
census, and the records of attend
ance, there are 2108 children of the
school age not attending school and
of this number 1059 are boys and
1049 are girls.
The number of le
gal voters for school purposes in the
county is 4540.
Two new school
houses have been built during the
The average number of
months taught was 7.42 The num
ber of library books in the schools
The school houses and
grounds in the county are valued
The total receipts for the year
were $128,285.66 of which $42,230.
53 came from the county school fund
$13,916.10 from the state school
fund and $22952.44 from the spec
ial school fund. The total disburse
ments were $107,536.84 Oregon
I City Courier.
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. H EYLM AN , Cashier.
H O W E ’ S
Bad Burn Quickly Healed
Mrs. Win. K. Haviland left Mon
" I am so d eligh ted w ith w h at C ham
day for Redding, Cal., to make fi
b erla in ’* salve haa done fo r m e th a t I feel
nal proof in support of her timber bound to w rite and te ll yon s o ,” say* Mr*
claim. She will make an extended > R obert M ytto n , 457 John S t H am ilton ,
trip into Southern California visit j O n t. " M y little d au gh ter had a bad burn
| on her k n ee. I applied C h a m b erla in 's
ing all the principal places, and re | salve and it healed b e a u tifu lly .’ ’ T h is
turn by steamer.
The trip will he sa lre a llays the pain of a burn alm ost in
sta n tly . It is sold at E stacada D ru g Store
a pleasant one.