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About The Estacada news. (Estacada, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 17, 1907)
Miss Minnie Peterson of Portland
was a guest of Miss Maude Stur
Ilarmon Green went out to Ida
ho to investigate the irrigation land
Broadway between 2nd St. and
the I. O. O. F. hall will be planked
throughout by the property owners.
The city will pay tlie expense of an
8-foot strip of it.
The Best Shoe for the Logger
Hand Made throughout.
A residence and property, one of
the finest and best in Estacada for
sale. See or write W. W. Boner,
Water-proof and High Cut
Wm. Huffman, a Portland bar
ber has started business in the old
We can fit you out with a full outfit in Wet weather Goods
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Stratton
have moved to Portland.
H. N. North
NEW HOUSE FURNISHINGS
We have just added a new stock of goods to our store
for the Full and Winter trade.
These are a better grade
of goods and are what people are looking f ir to furnish
their homes with.
A R T S Q U A R E S , RU G S. S E W IN G
S T A N D S, W ILLO W R O C K E R S , H U SK DOOR M A T S
Farms and City Lots For Sale
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Order your Fall and
Winter Clothing Now
§ BLANKETS and COMFORTS
W E W ISH TO C A L L YO UR
A T T E N T IO N TO OUR F IN E L IN E O F
Underwear Oil Coats Rubber
Hats Caps Shoes Etc Etc
Our Ladies’ and Misses’ Hats for Fall and Winter
wear are in line with the new prevailing fashions
Hats Trimmbed or made to order to Suit
D A L E ’ S
The Hotel Estacada
A L L M ODERN C O N V E N IE N C E S
One of the most delightful Resorts on the Coast
TO L O A N
$400 at 6 per cent.
$ 8 0 0 ....................
See Bank of Estacada.
Trees and Shrubbery
I am selling nursery stock -all
kinds of fruit trees and shrubbery
grown by the Wood burn Nursery’,
the oldest nursery in the state, all
stock reliable. For particulars and
prices call on or write E. L. WON-
A CO TT , Estacada, Ore. Route 1,
agent for this part of Clackamas
W e have recently received a
big stock of Shoes.
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 $10 0
all sizes and styles.
is a fine assortment to
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A. E. SPARKS
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 E IR E IN S U R A N C E C O 'S
J. C. Duns is busy digging potc-
Dont misuse the cow it poisons
toes these days
the milk—and the cow is one of
Jones Brothers have been award
H. F. Gibson came up from Bar- your l,cst friends,
ton Tuesday and got a colt that lie Prizes Won At the
street plank at $ 1.9 5
I h e only-
bought of John Reid.
other bid received was from Ed.
If anyone wants quinces or grapes
Hunt at $2.40 a thousand.
to put up, quinces and grapes that
The people who sent exhibits
R. L. Robertson is hauling cord-
are fine, go out to the farm of Mr.
from this part of the county to the
wood from tlie Rowley place to E a
J. G. Brown two miles north of
county fair at Gladstone Park were
gle Creek at $3.50 a cord.
town. He has aiiy quantity of these
rewarded by seeing their exhibits ]
Mr. and Mrs. Allan Cooke have , fruits to dispose of.
awarded prizes and receive special
moved into H. W. Blood’s residence
Dr. W. K. H au lm - 1 has sold liis recognition. Those whose products
lots occupied by tile bn til house to won prizes were
\\ ebster ¿\c Da\is are establishing the Estacad-
John Stormer, second prize for
a retail lumber yard at Milwaukee.
late Crawford peaches.
Rev. C. T . M c PI k i - ■ and fatn-
J. P. Irvin, first prize for tobacco
Mr- L eray's rew residence is go- ity moved f r„,n Estac i last Satur-
V. Lingelbecli, third prize for
ing tip rapidly.
! day to Portland. Rev. McPherson
Red Cheek Pippin apples.
President Josselyn of the P. R. L. has been assigned the Epworth
J. I*. Irvin, first prize for Oregon
& P. Co., his parents, Mr. and Mrs charge for this year. A t present
Wonder jxile beans.
S. A. Josselyn, and Mrs. Pitch, a they have no church building and
H F. Gibson, first prize for 24-
sister, were guests at the Hotel Es- services will be held in the Oregon
State building on the fair grounds
A. E. Sparks is having a new until a church can be built, which
B U Y A N A PRO N
house built on his lots opposite J. work is to be taken up at once.
’ S have some ready made
W. Reed’ s. It is 20 by 46, five Mr. McPherson expects to build kitchen aprons of good quality ging
rooms, one story and built in th e , a church worth *to °o for las new ham. Call and see them.
bungalow style. Ed Mallory all([ charge, and bis Estacada friends
know that success will crown his
Clyde Scliock have the job.
T. Yocum and son. Lloyd, have
By our Wayside Reporter
been operating the wood working
\ party was given at the home
factory getting out finishing lumber 0f r Fanton last Tuesday night
for the Sparks house.
Oct. 8, by Laura Linn and Della
Saturday Dr. Hewett was visiting
Geo. J. Stratton has a drug store Fanton. Those present were Mr. his ranch at Garfield.
Mrs. Florence Duncan, tho still
at Green Isle, Minn. Their friends anil Mrs. Rice. Mr. and Mrs. Linn
ill, was able to leave the hos
name, Green Isle, would indicate son, Lena Kester, Jessie Rice, Ar- pital Monday and go to the home
that George got as near to Ireland thur Rice, Tlieadore Hardie, Ches- of friends in Portland.
Tobacco, corn, and beans from
Better come back to ter Rice, Della, Lizzie «nil Ella
^Oregon, George, and enjoy the sun- I'an ton, Mr. and Mrs. Fanton, J. P. Irvin 's garden received each
shine and mist.
Robert Snvder and Roy Rice, a blue ribbon at the Clackamas
We want the people to see what we have in our store ed the job of putting down the city
Get one before the rainy season begins
J. P. Steinman has his fruit dry
er at work drying this year's apple
Paid up Capital, $20,000
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Raney of
Springwater went to Gresham yes
terday to take in the fair and visit
We have been enjoying a box of
fine apples the past week from the
$ farm of T. Paulson of Dodge.
Transacts a General Banking Business
Walter Lemon left the hospital y j
ments were serv
Everybody departed for their homes at Salt Lake Sunday and as soon
re|K>rting an enjoyable time.
as he is strong enough he and his
brother Ralph who is with him ex-
The moving picture show by
j Bronson & Kafloury given in the ; J F. Brower was transacting bus- jiect to resume the homeward jour-
pavilion Saturday evening attracted 1 iness in Estacada Monday.
; quite a crowd and many remained
Mrs. E. Werheiin is on her way
home from Indiana where she has
been visiting during the summer.
TO G E T T H E B E S T
The Garfield school opened Mon
day with Miss Martha Blundell of
D R and CEDAR
Lady Lambson, of the Maccabees
Riddle as teacher.
with a number of other frit-nils, was
2 4 0 A C R E F A R M F O R SA LE a «uest last Sunday week it a recep
tion at the home of Mrs. W ’ A.
I have a farm of 240 acres near
Hans Anderson, operator of the
town for sale. River runs through
it. Riparian rights included. Good creamery at Currinsville, says they
will receive nothing but cream af
G . W. Lockerby, Es- ter the 15th.
S. E. Wooster must have The
i News. Mr. Wooster and wife, who
A Handsome Mantel Clock recently bought and moved onto a
farm in Garfield, used to live near
j,ere jong i>efore the railway came.
Tlie last few years thev spent at
Jeweler A. N. Johnson is goir.g Oregon City, but liking this part of
to give someone a present of a very the country better, they have moved
nice mantel clock.
Every dollar ' a -k-
purchisr at 1 is store entities the
J- W. Dowty, \\ . H. Mat to m,
at getting W W - Tucker, C
purchaser to one hance «*
It is a beauty, worth
in Oregon go to R. Fanton's
mill 12 miles east of Estaca-
da for them, or send orders
to his add re s. : : : : : : :
Fir Shingles................. $2 10
Red C edar................... $2 25
AT H ILL
Assessor’s Notice of Meeting
Board of Equalization
THE BANK OF ESTACADA
T ra n sa cts A G e n e ra l B a n k in g B u s in e s s
Money to Loan on
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,
New P iitte rn s