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About The Estacada news. (Estacada, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 24, 1907)
NO. 46 o r VOL. 3
E S T A C A D A , O REGO N,
LO C A L N E W S
$1 A Y E A R
Transacts a General Banking Business
Paid up Capital, $20,000
TH E BEST IN THE MARKET
H. W. Blood is painting his re-i-
[ dence on Main street white.
The Clear Creek Co-o* erative
Creamery paid 35c last m< it!i icr
I butter fat.
Farms and City Lots For Sale
Doctor and Mrs. C B. Smith and
! son Sim were in Estacadu Tuesday.
They are in Oregon City for the rest
of the week.
Water-proof and High Cut
Have you paid all your city tax-
J es? Sewer assessment, dog tax and j
poll tax? If not, avoid notoriety by
seeing the city tax collector about:
We can fit you out with a full outfit in Wet weather Goods
H. N. North
Quite a number of people from
I here attended the Gresham fair.
The Best Shoe for the Logger
Hand Made throughout
O CTO BER 24,
THE ESTACADA STATE
Foggy in the lowlands.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Dubois were
I in Portland, Wednesday.
TH U RSD AY,
NEW STYLES AND A GOOD
STOCK TO SELECT FROM
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
A. E. Sparks
The Epworth League meets at 7
o’ clock every Sunday evening in
the M. E. church.
A Hindo who was in town last
week made the statement that he i
could lick any three Americans. He
W E A R E A G E N T S FOR T H R E E OF
has, perhaps, brought the occult 1
We have just added a new stock of goods to our store
H E B E S T F IR E IN S U R A N C E CO’ S
science with him.
for the Fall and Winter trade.
These are a better grade
Julius Meilike of Sprihgwater is
of goods and are what people are looking for to furnish
P IG S FO R S A L E
B U Y A N APRO N
their homes with.
A R T SQ U A R E S, RU G S, S E W IN G
$ marketing his grain and is well sat
ST A N D S, W ILLO W R O C K E R S, H U SK DOOR M A T S
$ isfied with the good roads, good I have several young pigs for sale.
D A L E ’S have some ready made
crops and good prices.
R. C. Herring, Estacada, Ore.
kitchen aprons of good quality ging
We want the people to see what we have in our store
ham. Call and see them.
W. S. Russ has sold his property
in Estacada, lots 2, 3 and 4, block |
A buuch of keys on ring,
15 to Anna Marchbank for S650.
A residence and property, one of
at The News office.
the finest and best in Estacada for
Mrs. Mark Cameron who has Ireen
sale. See or write W. W. Boner,
at a Portland hospital for two weeks
H O U S E K E E P IN G ROOMS
where she underwent an operation,
Two young ladies want one or two
returned home last Sunday.
furnished rooms for light house
Mrs. C. S. Allen was well enough keeping. Inquire of The News.
§ By our Wayside Reporter I
last Saturday to return to their home
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G - . - K + S . - r + a . ;<
Clark Posson came up from St
Last Sunday Dr. and Mrs. W. i Johns and spent last Sunday at
G. T. Hunt lias been laid up for
W E W ISH TO C A L L YO UR
K . Haviland entertained Mrs. J. P". home.
alxiut a week caused by coming in
A T T E N T IO N TO OUR F IN E L IN E OK
Boo; of Goldfield, and Miss Grace
The Close Brothers have rented too close contact with a moving log
Lewis of Portland.
the Ilenry DuBois farm.
Mr. Du- lie is able to be around again.
Underwear Oil Coats Rubber
W. H. Holder received word last
Harmon Green was so well taken Bois may move to town or build a
that his father had died in
1 with the irrigated land and scheme house at the sawmill.
the deceased was over 85
Hats Caps Shoes Etc Etc
\V. B. Warfield has put . quirk years of age at the time of his death
‘ near Shoshone. The land is situa-1
lunch counter in the re
Mrs Opal Crecraft of Montavilla
ted near the water ditch, and under I
uiugham's to satisfy tl
began teaching in the Bowman
irrigation will grow most anything
school house last Monday.
h 1 a
About fifteen young p<
Mrs. F". M. Gill has been confined
E. S. Shankland of Sellwood vis
most pleasant time a 1\i.:s. E. S. to her home because of illness Mon
ited his people and old home near
Womer's Tuesday eveiling It was day and Tuesday.
Estacada last Sunday.
a surprise on Sim Smith.
Jim Sevier and Joe LeCroix of
If out of work and want an easy,
were out in the hills east of
Mayor and Mrs. Haviland went
money-making job there is a chance to Portland to hear Sousa’ s band.
Garfield looking for cedar last week;
for you digging pipe line ditch for
they want to put in a shingle mill
H. R. Satcliwell and family of
the city. $4 a day.
if they can find the timber.
Medford arrived here last week and
Hats Trimmbed or made to order to suit
Mrs. J P. Irvin was a visitor at
J. J. Davis came down out of the will become permanent residents of
mountain sides Monday, bringing Estacada. Mr. Satcliwell lias en the home Mrs. C. B. Rawlins Tues
out the party of five surveyors who tered the employ of the Estacada day and W e d n e s d a y .
have been up the river several weeks State Bank as timekeeper for the
Henry Cromer, roadoverseer of
surveying a site for an electric pow -- iwniill and other employes.
Springwater, continues to improve
( ^ Z > ( C A 3 fé) er plant on Oak Grove river. Mr
Mr and Mrs. A. E. Schultz were the road across the Clackamas.
Davis thinks it is getting too la
gut its of Estacada friends last Sun
for any more mountain trips.
day. Ye editor and wife had the
There will be religious ser ices at pleasure, a couple weeks ago, of a
í i o a week
$2 a day
the Estacada M. E. church
ay visit with Mr. and Mrs. Shultz at
following Sunday School, 1 Zion their new home at Montavilla. Mr. fa
q This barber is here to stay fa
in tile afternoon, and at Currins- Shultz bought a fine residence prop fa
fa Nothing but firstclass work done fa
ville in the evening.
erty on North Spencer St. getting it
A L L M ODERN C O N V E N IE N C E S
Theodore Wirt/, is handing out at a real bargain, and the family is ^ HAIRCUT 25c SHAMPOO 25c
some pretty and useful gifts of the very comfortably located.
Shoes & Clothing
THE BANK OF ESTACADA
H. Cooper & Company
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
Order your Fall and
Winter Clothing Now
Money to Loan on Real Estate
IN S U R A N C E
This bank lias the local agency fot some of the very best
Fire Insurance Companies.
BLANKETS and COMFORTS
If you have money to loan, we will place it for you.
property of our own for sale and can push your sales
M I L L I N E R Y
Our lawyer will attend to all of your legal business, drawing
papers of every kind
Our Ladies’ and Misses’ Hats for Fall and Winter
wear are in line with the new prevailing fashions
D A L E S
W. A. HEYLMAN, Cashier.
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The Hotel Estacada
One of the most delightful Resorts on the Coast "
Local and Tourist Trade Solicited
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$400 at 6 per cent.
$ 6 0 0 ....................
$ « 0 0 ....................
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See Bank of Estacada.
Fruit 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
have Real Estate for sale, list it with us, as we have no
Let us write your policy. : :
240ACRE FARM FOR SALE
I have a farm of 240 acres near
town for sale. River runs through
it. Riparian rights included. Good
investment —G . W. Lockerby, E s
A Handsome Mantel Clock
Jeweler A. N. Johnson is going
to give someone a present of a very-
nice mantel clock.
purchase at his store entitles the
purchaser to one chance at getting
It is a beauty, worth
Sharpies Tubular Cream Separator ;
£ MASSAGE & CHILDREN'S HAIR- £
CUTTING A SPECIALTY
TO G E T T H E B E S T
The Town Board
FIR and CEDAR
The town couneif met Tuesday
evening. The following bills were
J W Antrim,
J F Lovelace.
Mr. Antrim is to quit the pump
Mr. Sagner has dug
about Hoo feet of the pi}<e line ditch.
Mr. Lovelace supplied th 5 town
with a barrel of lime.
consent of all theownersof property
affected by the vacating of streets
ill the west part of tow-n had not yet
been secured, the proposed ordi
nance to vacate these streets was
laid over until next Tuesday ever
S H I N G L E S
in Oregon go to R. Fanton’ s
mill 12 miles east of FNtaca-
da for them, or send orders
to his address.
Fir Shingles.................. £2 10
Red Cedar.................... $2 25
A T M ILL
DE LIVKK KD TO ESTACADA
Fir Shingles.................. $2 50
Cedar ............................$2 65
Until further notice,
R. F A N T O N ,
R F D 1
FORVALLY OF PORTLAND
Assessor’s Notice of Meeting of
Board of Equalization
Notice is hereby given that upon
the third Monday in October, towit:
Octolier 21 st, 1907, the board of e-
qualization 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
tions, descriptions or qualities of
lauds, lots or other property.
Dated at my office this 24th day
of Sept. 1907.
Jas. F. N ELSO N ,
Prints and Notions
H O W E
Otto Stul in, a man from the ceil
tral West, lias purchased two lots
outh of the Cary hardware store,
and will build on them. The sec
ond story wil t>e living rooms and
the First floor w ill lie occupied by a
jx»*»l and billiard hall.
Quinsv. Sprains and Sw e S o g s Cured
“ In November, 1901, I eouglit cold &
liad the quinsy. My throat was swollen
so I could hardly breathe.
Cham berlain's pain b ilm and it gave uic
relief in a short time. In two «lays I was
all r ig h t." sa\s Mr<. I. Consine of Otter
burn, Mich. Chumberlain’s paio balm is
a liniment anti is especially valuable for
sprains and swellings,
Forsale by list 11-
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