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About The Estacada news. (Estacada, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 3, 1907)
E S T A C A D A , O REGO N,
The Best Shoe for the Logger
Hand Made throughout.
Water-proof and High Cut
We can fit you out with a full outfit in Wet weather Goods
H. N. North
LET US SHOW YOU OUR NEW
Round and Square
Spreads for Tables, Stands & Couches
I NEW STOCK & WALL PAPER PATTERNS"]
G ive us an opportunity to show our goods and quote prices
H. COOPER & CO.
TH E HOUSE
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Yocum are
residents of Estacada.
at the close of business Sept. 23, 1907
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Allen have
moved to Morrow.
Epliriam Gill of Dufur was a vis
itor at Win. Dale's, last Sunday.
The work of repairing the high
Bridge and fixing the approches is
to be started next week.
The China pheasant hunting sea
son opened Oct. 1. and quite a num
ber of hunters was seen Walking a-
round with guns.
Win. Robb and family of Port
land visited, Sunday, at the Reagau
and Richards homes.
A residence and property, one of
the finest and best in Estacada for
sale. See or write W. W. Boner,
Closely resembling Roosevelt’s big
stick is a gourd grown on a vine in
C. F . Howe’ s garden.
A wild strawberry plant having
buds, blossoms and the berry was a
buttonhole beauquet worn by L . S.
Mr. and Mrs. A . A. Allen were
in town Sunday from their farm at
T . J. Wirtz went down Portland
way Sunday looking for another
Jersey milch cow.
Miss Cora Yocum went to Cor
vallis last Saturday to attend the
state agricultural college another
Mr. Leray has nearly all the ma
terial hauled for a large addition to
his new house at the corner of 8th
Cash 011 hand
Deposited in the Oregon
Trust & Sav’ gs Bk
Deposited in Ladd&Til-
Loans & discounts
Bonds & warrants
Banking house Etc
$1 A Y E A R
Report of the Estacada State Bank
LIA B ILITIES
#2200 19 Capital stock paid up
2855 3 « Undivided profits
878 35 Demand certificates
14025 17 Time certificates
Trusts, commissions &
Geo. E S T E S ,
E. L . F R A L E Y ,
State of Oregon,
County of Multnomah j " s Be it remembered, that on this 24 day of
Sept. 1907, personally appeared Geo. Estes, president and E. L. Fraley,
cashier of the Estacada State Bank and acknowledged to me that they
signed the within statement and that the same is a true statement of the
resources and liabilities of the Estacada State Bank on Sept 23, 1907.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and notarial seal the
24 day of Sept. 1907
Edwin L- Minar,
Notary Public for Oregon.
Portland, Oregon, Sept. 11, 1907
To Whom I* May Concern:
This is to certify that I have examined the
assets and liabilities of the Estacada State Bank of August 23, 1907 and
from the examination I have made 1 have found that the bank is solvent
and amply able to pay all of its depositors in full; and with the addi- j
tional securities placed in my hands today, the bank is more than able
to pay all demands and have a large surplus remaining.
A L E X SW EEK.
And Nat Reiss Great Carnival
U m brellas
Get one before the rainy season begins
We have recently received a
big stock of Shoes. The line
includes all sizes and styles.
This is a fine assortment to
A. E. SPARKS
THE BANK OF ESTACADA
Transacts A General B anking B usiness
Estacada, Oregon, Sept. 24, 1907
To Whom It May Concern:
This is to certify that we have examined the
assets and liabilities of the Estacada State Bank and from the investiga
tion we have made we believe that the batik is solvent and amply able
to pay all of its depositors in full; and with the additional securities put
in the hands of Judge Sweek, ive believe the bank more than able to meet
all demands and have a surplus remaining.
Committee of Investigation.
Jordan Shultz, w h oisn ow a Port To Water Consumers:
land mechanic, spent Sunday with
Water dues are now payable at
Merchant Howe pulling trout out
the office of the city recorder. The
of the Clackamas.
rent is due the first of each month,
John Hunt has purchased lots 7 and delinquent on the 10th, and if
and 8 in block 2, south of Howe’s not paid by that date water will be
shut off, and a charge of 50c will be
Miss Stella Womer began teach made for turning it off and on. The
ing at Eagle Creek on Monday. The recorder will furnish each consum
cars run so conveniently as to per er with a book of water rates, rules
and regulations by asking.
mit her to live at home.
By order of the council the rules
John Marchbauk received anoth
er crate of strawberries from Walter and regulations will be strictly en
A. N. JO HNSO N,
Snuffin’ s last Saturday, brought in forced.
by Henry Epperson, and they went
At Gladstone Park, Oregon City
O CTO BER
LO CAL NEW S
$ 1000 .
TH U RSD AY,
Money to Loan on Real Estate
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.
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. HEYLMAN, Cashier.
fast at 25c a box.
Parents who have children who
are not attending school should re
member that they are subject to a
fine for not sending the children to
Cash Prizes and Special Premiums for Exhibits of Stock Etc
H. Cooper ik Co. has just got in
a fine line of Japanese Mattings to
suit their increasing trade. Also a
line of Japanese Rugs which they
will give away—one to each custom
er who buys $20 worth of goods or
.¿¡»Great One-Fling C ircu s^
Contortionists, Horizontal Bar and Trapese Artists, Musical Acts, Dixie Land on Old
Time Mississippi Steamboat, Ferris Wheel, Baby Incubators, Merry-go-
Round, Glass Blowers, Many Oother High Class Attractions
TO G E T T H E B E S T
FIR and CEDAR
Gates open Day and Evening. Come and Bring your Family. Admission, 25 Cents;
Children, 10 Cents: Season Tickets, 50 Cents.
in Oregon go to R. Fanton’ s
mill 12 miles east of Estaca
da for them, or send orders
to his address. : : : : : : :
Saturday is Children’s Day. Admission Free
F ir Shingles...................$2 10
Red Cedar.....................$2 25
Read the papers ior detailed information. Apply to C. E. Spence, Secretary,
Oregon City, for Premium List
AT M IU .
DELIVERED TO KSTACADA
Fir Shingles...................$2 50
Cedar ............................ $2 65
Boost for Old Clackamas and Attend this Fair
Until further notice,
R. F A N T O N ,
R F I) i
By our Wayside Reporter
The Bowman School house is be
ing repaired and new seats added.
Monday school begins in the Fan-
ton school with Lena M. Kester as
Miss Cutter and Miss Kennedy
are again teaching the young ideas
School opened on
Jackson Rice and family have
moved here from Wapinitia and he
is at work at the famous Fanton
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Olierle and
son Howard of Portland are spend
ing the week visiting at the Holder
home. Mr. Olierle is engineer at
the Portland hotel.
Mrs. Nellie H. Latnbson, who
held the position of State Comman
der of the Ladies of the Maccabees,
was given a farewell party in Port
land Saturday evening previous to
her departure for Washington. The
following from here were invited to
the farewell: Mrs. A. Havens, Mrs.
Geo. Dale, Mrs. W. A . Heylman
a id Mrs. McKown.
It has been
suggested that Mrs. Heylman be
induced to take Mrs. Lambson’ s old
Prints and Notions
Born, Wednesday morning to Mr
and Mrs. A. Stratton a baby girl.
Rev. C. T. McPherson has lieen
appointed to the Epworth church
in Portland, and a pastor by the
name of M. B. Paranougian will be
given the Estacada charge.
charge has been turned over to the
Quinsy. Sprains and Swellioqs Cured
“ In November, 1901, I cought cold c
had the quinsy. My throat was swollen
so I could hardly breathe.
Chamberlain's pain balm and it gave me
relief in a short time. In two days I was
all right.“ says Mrs. I. Cousine of Otter-
burn, Mich. Chamberlain’s pain balm is
a liniment and is especially valuable for
sprains ami swellings.
Forsale bv F>ta*
cada Drug Store