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About The Estacada news. (Estacada, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 31, 1907)
MST A C A D A , O REGO N,
LO CAL N EW S
O CTO BER 3 1.
$i A YEA R
THE ESTACADA STATE BANK
Mrs. H. V. A dix and little son
came out to their home, Saturday.
Transacts a General Banking Business
H. J. Hahn, a former Ca/adero
merchant, is in town from Seattle.
Paid üp Capital, $20,000
Merchant Cooper was purchasing
goods in Portland Tuesday.
Get our Quotations on Your
TH U RSD AY,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Epperson
and children went to Portland on
Farms and City Lots Eor Sale
Clark Possou of St Johns visited
at home over Sunday.
W e can furnish you with all your needs and
wants at prices that are what they should be
The Estacada Pharmacy carries
the Victor and Edison phonographs
and supplies. See ad.
A card reading, “ Closed. For
Sale” was placed on the front door
of the Portland Restaurant Monday
H. N. North
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
Mrs. Ballard Looney returned
home last week from Virginia. She
had a fine visit with her mother and
folks at Vesta, Vir. and seeing the
Jamestown fair. But Old Oregon
is all right.
NEW HOUSE FURNISHINGS
W E A R E A G E N T S FO R T H R E E OK
T H E B E S T F I R E IN S U R A N C E CO 'S
O. W. Olson and wife were guests
Sunday at Fir Lodge. Mrs. Olson
spent all last week with Mrs. Heyl-
P IG S FO R S A L E
B U Y A N APRO N
I have several young pigs for sale.
'S have some ready made
kitchen aprons of good quality ging
, On Friday of last week Miss Alice R. C. Herring, Estacada, (ire.
ham. Call and see them.
We want the people to see what we have in our store Cunningham, wh o was visiting her
brother, W. A . Cunningham, and
A bunch of keys on ring,
Call I A residence and property, one of
mother and family for several weeks
departed for her home at Sacramen
the finest and best in Estacada for
sale. See or write W. W. Boner,
H O U S E K E E P IN G ROOMS
It is pumpkin gathering time.
Two young ladies want out >r two
Invitations are out for a H9II0W- furnished rooms for light house
H. W. Downing came over from
e’en party given by Miss Ruth Dale keeping. Inquire of The N vs.
McMinnville Tuesday evening and
at her home this evening.
remained over to meet his former
i i x neighbors and old friends.
Merchant H. N. North is having
have sold their farm at McMinnville
a large storage shed built at the |
By our Wayside Reporter
i • and may conclude to change loca
hack of his store.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gilbert ar
W E W ISH TO C A L L YO U R
A T T E N T IO N TO OUR F IN E L I N E OF
hogs For Sal«
ta and will remain here. Mrs. G il of Mugoon strawberries Sunday.
ten .shoats which I will
Underwear Oil Coats Rubber
his Eastern trip and is doing busi sell.—J. P. Stein man.
way place a short time last summer ness at the old stand. He reports
Hats Caps Shoes Etc Etc
has purchased the Brown place on having had a good time and the
first thing he did after he got home
the river flat at Barton.
was to go into the hills after deer.
Mrs. R. Kinimel and son have
John Kreiger is reported to be
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returned from Oregon City where sick at the home of his daughter
Mrs. Kimniel was nursing a sick in Portland ; a letter came Sat. call
ing for the family to come over.
Attention is hereby called to sec
Mrs. Ballard C. Looney has re
Strawberries continue in market
from the Snuffin, Lingelbach and turned from Virginia where she tion 2 of the Rules and Regulations
has been visiting during the sum of the City Water Works, viz:
Our Ladies’ and Misses’ Hats for Fall and Winter
Section 2. Any person or family
mer; her husband went to Portland
Miss Cecyl Stephens, who lias
wear are in line with the new prevailing fashions
using the water for any other pur
to meet her.
lieen out on a visit to her sister,
Mr. Glazier who has been work pose than stated in his application,
Hats Trimmbed or made to order to suit
Mae, and Mrs. Heylman, has been
ing as engineer at Linn's mill dur or allowing another not connected
quite sick with .brain fever, but un
ing the summer has returned with with the main to draw through his
der the skillful care of IJrs. Olson
his family to his home in Portland faucet, will be charged additional
& Co. is convalescent.
and the mill has shut down for the ly at schedule rates. One detection
J. H. Reid, wife and family were winter.
will be sufficient for such charge.
Portland visitors Tuesday.
The above will be strictly enforc
By order of the City Council.
The band boys meet every week
The Ladies’ Aid will hold its an
A. N. JO H N SO N,
in Fraternity hall for practice. At nual election of officers Friday af
present there are only seven of eight
ternoon at 3 p. m. at the home of
in the band, but more will take up
$2 a day
the work later.
Cashier Belfills of Mrs. E. Surface. All old members
Joseph B. Raney
the Estacada State Bank is acting are urged to come and bring as many
as instructor, and the boys have al new members as possible. All la
ready got a good stajt in the prac dies interested in the work of the
Joseph B. Raney died last Friday
j night at his home at Boring.
A L L M O DERN C O N V E N IE N C E S
' death came while asleep and was
Reception to Rev. Parounagian
; caused by heart weakness. The re-
mains were taken to Springwater
One of the most delightful Resorts on the Coast
TO GFiT T H E B E S T
for burial. Rev. Parounagian con
The Methodist Episcopal church
ducted the funeral services at the
was the scene last Friday evening
FIR and CEDAR
Local and Tourist Trade Solicited
grave on Monday. Mr. Raney was
of quite a gathering of people from
nearly 62 years old. and a bachelor.
here, Currinsville and Zion who met
He had been a resident of Oregon
, at a reception given to welcome the !
in Oregon go to R. Fanton’ s
IN S U R E YO U R B U IL D IN G S & C O N T E N T S IN
mill 12 miles east of Estaca
j gian, and his wife and children to
da for them, or send orders
to his address. : : : : : : :
their new home. The evening was
spent by the people and their pastor
Fir Shingles................. $2 10
and family getting acquainted with .
Red Cedar........ ........... $2 25
A T H IL L
This barlier is here to stay
Of Portland, Oregon
served in the League room follow
D E L IV E R E D TO ESTACADA
IN C O R P O R A T E D 1904
Nothing but firstclass work done
ing wliich short talks were given by
It has a good record and in a few years has become the Standard
HAIRCUT 25c SHAMPOO 25c
Rev. Parounagian, Mr. Demov and
Insurance Company for Farmers
Cedar ............................ $2 65
others. A t the close of the even
OFFICERS, H. W. SruuhaM, P m J. J. Secy. & T ru i
Until further notice,
DIRECTORS, F. Oronee, John Dcininger. Henry Roth, J. E. Seifer, A. P. Chrirterjen
MASSAGE & CHILDREN'S HAIR
tendered a little surprise in the form
C U TTIN G A SPECIALTY
It offers at the same time the very cheapest and the very safest
of a gift consisting of various pack
^ R e in su ra n ce in O r e g o n „ ^ J
ages and parcels which in many
For further information applv to
R F D i
cases exceeded the 16 nr. they were
FORMALLY OP PORTLAND
supposed to weigh.
We have just added a new stock of goods to
for the Fall and Winter trade.
These are a letter grade
of goods and are what people are looking for to furnish
their homes with.
A R T S Q U A R E S , R U 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
Order your Fall and
Winter Clothing Now
To Water Consumers
BLANKETS and COMFORTS
“ D A L E’ S
Fire Relief Association
A. E. Sparks
THE BANK OF ESTACADA
T ra n s a c ts A G e n e ra 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 Real Estate
T h is 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,
Prints and Notions
HENRY TRAPP, Agent
N E W S T Y L E S AND A GOOD
S T O C K T O S E L E C T FR O M
The Hotel Estacada
. The Farmers9 Mutual
T H E B E S T IN T H E M A R K E T
The Bank of Estacada reopened
this morning for business as usual.
Quinsy. Spruins And Swpllioqs Cured
Mayor and Mrs. Haviland and
“ In tyovember, 1901, I cought cold 8 *,
son, Billy, were in Portland yester
had the quinsy. My throat was swollen
| so I could hardly breathe.
Wal.er and Ralph Lx-mon arrived J Cham l*?r lain's ¡win balm and it gave me .
home last week.
Walter is quite relief in a short time. In two «lays I was
all rig h t.” says Mrs. I. Cousine of Otter-
over the attack of typhoid.
Farmers wanting insurance should Irtrn, Mich. Cham lterlain'spain balm is
read the ad in this paper of the a liniment and is especially valuable for
Farmers’ Mutual Fire Relief Asso sprains and swellings. Fnrsnl*- !>v I sta-
cada J>rug St«*r<
H. D. Trapp, Agent.