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About The Estacada news. (Estacada, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 10, 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
Round and Square
Spreads for Tables, Stands ft Couches
Transacts a General Banking Business
and Saturday v m s i a w ?
Cash Prizes and Special Premiums for Exhibits of Stock Etc
j^Great One-Ring Circus^
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
Gates open Day and Evening. Come and Bring your Family. Admission, 25 Cents;
Children, 10 Cents: Season Tickets, 50 Cents.
Saturday is Children’s Day.
Read the papers for detailed information. Apply to C. E. Spence, Secretary,
Oregon City, for Premium List
Boost for Old Clackamas and Attend this Fair
We have recently received a
big stock of Shoes. The line
includes all sizes and styles.
This is a fine assortment to
select from : : : : : : :
W E A R E A G E N T S FO R T H R E E OF
T H E B E S T F I R E IN S U R A N C E CO’S
LO CAL N EW S
COOPER & CO. THE hof^
A. E. SPARKS
| NEW STOCK & WALL PAPER PATTERNS
Get one before the rainy season begins
Drafts Issused Good in any Part of the World
The safest and Cheapest way to send money
5c for sums up to $10 and 10c for sums up to $100
Going to the county fair today,
Dr. Scott of Portland may enter
the medical practice here with Dr.
Otto Klaetseh has purchased a
I Haviland. Mr. Scott is a graduate
j of Rush Medical college, and has gasolene wood saw and will saw all
had active practice for a number of the wood in the country - or less.
G ive us an opportunity to show our goods and quote prices
-Miss Annie McBride of Portland
has started a class in music in Ksta-
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ilayes have
F U R N IS H E R S moved into the rooms upstairs in
Mrs. T. J. Andre is visiting her
j the Bank of Iistacada building.
many friends in Iistacada.
Mrs. James Marchbank who has
been receiving medical ti itment in
tow-n is nearly well eno; g 1 to re
turn to her home at Dodge.
And Nat Reiss Great Carnival
Farms and City Lots For Sale
FLRNITLIR E =
$i A YEAR
Paid up Capital, $20,090
\\ hat is believed to be a valuable
clay deposit has bten found by J. S.
Osborne while digging a well on his
place bordering town. When down
12 feet a dailc, heavy clay was run
into which could not be dug with
pick and shovel, but had to be
blown out. Chunks of the clay can
Ire cut with a knife similar to a po
tato. Pieces of it burned in a stove
; came out whole, smooth and of a
beautiful color, and hard as Hint.
1 It is the belief of all that this clayis
perfect for fire brick or pottery. Mr.
Osborne has dug through 30 feet of
it, and it is believed to exist here in
I a limitless quantity.
T he P . R. L. & l>. Co. has be
gun construction work on a new
bridge for its road across the Clack
amas at Gladstone.
O CTO BER io,
THE ESTACADA STATE BANK
The last apportionment of school |
funds made this week amounted to
$31023.45 for the county.
Gary announced the apportionment
$13,454.90 is from the
the state, and the balance from the
LET US SHOW YOU OUR NEW
TH U RSD AY,
F. J. Harkenrkier "has returned
from his Indiana visit.
It was his
first visit there for 30 years, and lie-
saw vast changes in everything.
He has four brothers in Fort Wayne
and his mother still lives on the old
homestead near the city.
The Linn Brothers are hauling
lumber in from their mill which will
be sold to the retail trade.
expect to haul in a big quantity for
the Winter trade.
In this issue of today’ s paper is
the card of Dr. H. V. A dix who
has decided to practice medicine and
surgery in Iistacada. We are per
sonally acquainted with I)r. Adix,
and believe him to be a man of abil
ity in his profession.
Mr. A ffix's
family expect to move here next
Assessor’s Notice of Meeting o f
Board of Equalization
Notice is hereby given that upon
the third Monday in October, towit:
October 21st, 1907, the board of e-
quali/.ation will attend a meeting
at the office of the County Clerk of
Clackamas county, Oregon, and will
publicaly examine the assessment
rolls and correct all errors in valua-
ti< 11 descriptions or qualities of
lands, lots or other property.
Dated at my office this 24th day j
of Sept. 1907.
Jas. F. N ELSO N ,
T r a n s a c ts A G e n e r a l B a n k in g B u s in e s s
Capital, $ 6 , 0 0 0 . 0 0
Money to Loan on
FIR a n d C E D A R
in Oregon go to R. Fanton's
mill 12 miles east of listaca-
da for them, or send orders
to his address. : : : : : : :
Fir Shingles...................$2 10
Red Cedar.................... $2 25
A T M lI X
NOTICE FOR BIDS
Bids will he received at the city
recorder’ s office up to 7 p. m. Oct. j
15, 1907, for laying plank on the
city streets by thousand. Bidder to
furnish nails of not less than 50I).
and each plank up to 8 inches wide j
to receive one nail at each end, and
plank from 8 inches and over two J
nails at each end. Plank to be laid
close to the ground. The council j
reserves the right to reject any or
For further particulars
see the citv recorder.
A. N. JO HNSON, Recorder.
This bank lias the local agency for some of the very best
Fire Insurance Companies.
D E L IV E R K P T I) 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) 1
Let tis 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
Music of the best phonograph
quality is being dispensed at the
drug store. Mr. Surface has been
appointed agent for the Ivdison line
W. A. MEYLMAN,
The 11130 West bound trailler of
the passenger train got away from
the gang at Gresham Monday, anil
started for town on the down grade.
There were no breaks with which
to stop it, and the terrified occu
pants staid with it until it smashed
into the least bound passenger after
running about thirty rods.
motor car was damaged some and
had to he laid out.
More and much better apples are
coming into the Estacada market
this fall from the surrounding coun
try than in previous years
reason is that the people are taking
better care of their apple trees, and
too, this has l>een a very good year
for fruit of all kinds.
and a determined effort by all to
raise clean fruit will soon place this
among the liest fruit growing sec
tions of the state.
Born, on Sunday morning Octo-
l>er 6th to Mr. and Mrs. T. J Jones
Mother and baby doing
Tuesday J. R. Townsend began
well, but Tom took a few days lay
work on his new building on Main
street. The building is 20 by 34,
A residence and property, one of
Contractor W. W.
finest and best in Iistacada for
Boner has the job.
sale. See or write W. W. Boner,
The Close Brothers of Aberdeen,
Wash., relatives of R. A. Wilcox,
J. F. Catterlin, a prominent busi
started home Tuesday after several
man of Portland, was in Esta-
days at Mr. W jlcox’s. They may
Tuesday. Mr. Catterlin owns
purchase or rent a farm in Spring-
some lots on Main street.
TO G E T T H E B E S T
BANK OF ESTACADA
Prints and Notions
Mr. and Mrs. H. Cooper went to
Portland yesterday to visit the big
wholesale furniture houses. They
went to purchase several hundred
dollars worth of new furniture and
other house furnishings. The new-
stock will consist of the latest and
newest styles and patterns, and of a
better quality than heretofore car
Quinsy, Spm ins and .*> welling«» Cured
“ In November, 1901, I cottght cold &
had the quinsy. My throat wan swollen
so I could hardly breathe.
Chaml erlain 's pain halm and it gave me
relief in a short time. In two «lays I wa#
all rig h t.” says Mrs. I. Cousim* of Otter-
burn, Mich. Cham berlain's pain balm is
a liniment and is especially valuable for
• prairie and swellings.
Forsale by Esta
cada Drug Store