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About The Estacada news. (Estacada, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 12, 1907)
E S T A C A D A , O REGO N, T H U R S D A Y , S E P T E M B E R 12, 1907.
Ladd & Tilton,
Special Sale And
$1 A Y E A R
On all “odds and ends” in our store in the
Dry Goods Line, Shoes, Dress Goods, Hats
Men’s Clothing, Notions, Etc.
c/4.re now our Portland Correspondent
We have a quantity of these “Left Over” goods which will be
closed out at any price
Come in and See these Rare Bargains
H. N. North
LET US SHOW YOU OUR NEW
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
A. E. SPARKS
The Estacada State Bank
CITY OFFICIAL DIRECTORY
! Mayor...............................................Wm. K. Haviland the trip with him.
F IS H D IN N E R S
1 ............................................W. A. Jones
are served every
...................................... C. F. Howe
Bert Page is acting as clerk in H.
...................................J. F. Lovelace
Friday at the Golden Eagle hotel
I ................................................ Wm. Dale N. North's store.
I ........................ .................. E. F. Surface
and restaurant. Regular price.
Recorder.............................................. A. N. Johnson
Dr. C. B. Smith and family are
j Treasurer..................................................... H. Cooper
Marshal ..................................................... W.S. Irwin home from Newport.
Round and Square
We have recently received a
big stock of Shoes. The line
includes all sizes and styles.
This is a fine assortment to
$6,800 to loan in amounts above
H. F. Gibson was up from Bar $500 to suit. We will sell you ex- j
L O C A L N EW S
ton Saturday and purchased the change on Portland at par. Bank
timber claim of Walter Strunk’ s on of Estacada.
School begins Monday.
The hot weather of the first o f .
Now let the band play.
Mrs. W. S. Irwin has been one
the week was bad for corn and veg- '
Charles Bronson and family have of the sick ones which has delayed
etation generally, hut those who
their departure for Corvallis.
returned from the hop yards.
know say there’s rain coming, and
G ive us an opportunity to show our goods and quote prices
W. A. Jones has shipped some
On Tuesday this week the fam no doubt, we'U get some.
wood in to supply the local market. ilies of A. E. Rudolph and Charles
M. H. Stewart has purchased a
The Cary Hardware Company is Baker started for central Alberta to dairy farm two miles out from E u
having a new roof put on its store. become subjects of King Edward, gene and expects soon to move on
and to become rich in that wonder
to it. He will run a milk wagon or
Dr. Stryker, vice-president of the ful land.
© < £ ^ G i© < 5 ^ < 2 ? j3 )® i5 © C § 3 >
two in the city.
Estacada State Bank, was in Esta- j
Mrs. Sagner, mother of Mrs. G.
G. F. Martin, W. H. Judson and
II. Liclithorn, and three daughters
Sewer connections have been put arrived in Estacada Sunday direct P. H. Battin of the Judson Car Co.
were registered at the Estacada on
in the Michael and Reed buildings from Germany.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Miller and Ed
John Marchbank had on sale last |
Joel B. Bowman brought some na came home from the hop yards
very nice gravenstine apples to mar at Aurora, Sunday. The pick this Saturday several boxes of strawber
ries from Walter Snuffin’s.
year was lighter than usual.
Snuffiti took several boxes to Port
Wm. Dale has purchased most of
A boy came to gladden the home land and received 30cts a box for
the fixtures in the Shultz refresh of Mr. and Mrs. Prest Ferrill Mon
them. Good Fall strawberries are
ment store, and may opon the place day evening, Sept. 9.
profitable to the grower.
again soon. Ed. Boner purchased
John Tracey reports having had
one of the show cases.
N O T IC E TO T H E PU B LIC
a good time up in the huckleberry
My wife, Marth I. Looney, hav
The News family is grateful to hills. They got 16 gallons, and a
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Wagner for a fine deer. Mr. Tracey and W. H. ing left my home and board without
just cause, I will not lie responsible
box of fine sugar prunes.
Mattoon may go to the seacoast for
for any debt contracted by her.
Miss Maud Sturgeon returned, an outing.
Dated Aug. 12, 1907.
Wednesday, after six weeks visit at
W. B Huglison, wife and baby
R. A. LO O N EY.
her home in Tillamook.
arrived home Monday alt' a -ix
Mrs. W. S. Irwin and daughter, weeks’ visit with Mrs. Hughson’s
; Zoa, went to Portland Wednesday. parents, Mr. and Mrs. I,. W. Van
By our Wayside Reporter
Mrs. Irwin goes to Corvallis.
Dyke, at Red Bluff, Cali.
say that both Mr. Ridy way and
The Oregon Fire Relief Associa
Mr. VanDyke are doing very well,
Among the Currinsville folks
tion has paid in full the loss it sus-
and are well pleased with California
who have gone hop-picking are PM
I tained by the destruction by fire of
which we are pleased to hear. Mr. Bates and the Misses Freda Dnus
the Haviland property. The asso
Huglison returns to work at the Du
and Minnie and Lydia Steinman.
ciation paid $2535. Mayor and Mrs.
Walter Woodward while jump
Haviland are well pleased with the
ing down from a load of hay had
! association’ s promptness.
the misfortune to fall onto a sharp
For the benefit of those who did
TO G E T T H E B E S T
stick which was in an upright po
not see the water rent notice in last
sition; the result was a very ugly
FIR and CEDAR
week’s News, the time for paying
810 a week
$2 a day
water dues has been extended until
James Jones of Tualatin, was a
Monday the 16th.
visitor at the home of T . Yocum
in Oregon go to R. F’anton’ s
Ed. Hunt had the misfortune to
mill 12 miles east of Estaca
Ed Gray is painting Conrad Krig-
get a hand between ajacksciew and
da for them, or send orders
A L L M ODERN C O N V E N IE N C E S
a building he was moving jnst as
Four cows gave G. T. Hunt five
the jackscrew turned over and a
Fir Shingles...................$2 10
heifer calves. IIow is that?
thumb is now minus a nail.
Red Cedar.................... $2 25
One of the most delightful Resorts on the Coast
Miss Alice Wilcox is visiting
Dement’ s Best Flour is advertised
with friends at Milwaukie
DELIVERED TO ESTACADA
Local and Tourist Trade Solicited
in another column of this paper. It
Mrs. B. Looney, who is visiting
is sold by J. F. Lovelace, the Feed
her folks in Virginia, met recently
Fir Shingles.................. $ 2 50
with a rather serious accident; in a
Cedar ............................ $ 2 65
runaway she was thrown out and
Dr. 0. D. BABCOCK
On Wednesday morning Frank
Until further notice,
i This di»ea«e is caused by a derangement
severely injured while her cousin
Physician and Surgeon
| of the stomach. Take a dose of Chamt>er-
who was driving the team was drag
na. He will l»e gone a month or
\ Iain's stomach and liver tablets to correct
ged for some distance and at the
Office *nd residence, up stairs in the E*- thi, disorder and the sick headache will so, and will put the time in with his
tacada Pharmacy Building
disappear. For sale Estacada Drug Store old neighbors and friends.
time of the letter, it was doubtful
R F D 1
whether he would live.
Snyder of Oregon City will make
Spreads for Tables, Stands & Couches
THE BANK OF ESTACADA
Transacts A General B anking B usiness
I NEW STOCK & WALL PAPER PATTERNS |
H. COOPER . & CO. THE
I Your* Opportunity^ I
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To Save that Extra Money is Right Now
Trade with us and you will have some extra money left
So it will pay you to see and price our
Our trade is growing. Why? Become a patron
and you will see why
The Hotel Estacada
Money to Loan on Real Estate
This hank 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 Pestate 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. MEYLMAN,
Crystal White Soap, Golden Star Soap, Lenox
Soap, Fells-Naptha Soap, Gossem Soap, Baby
Jap Rose Glycerine Soap, White Almond Soap,
White Borax Soap, White Ivory Soap, Grand
Pa Tar Soap
This is an ailment for which Chamber-
lain’» |>ain balm has proven e»pccially
valuable. In almost every instinct* it af
fords prompt and permanent relief. Mr.
Luke I,aGrange of Orange, Mich, »ays of
it: “ After using a plaster and other reme
dies for 3 weeks for a bad lame back I
purchased a bottle of Chamberlain’» pain
balm and a applications effected a cure’ ’
Sold at Estacada Drug Store
JE L L Y G LA SSES
At prices lower than usual at H.
Cooper & Co’s.
horse For Sale
I have a good horse for sale at a
reasonable price. —-K. C. Snter, E a
gle Creek, Oregon.