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About The Estacada news. (Estacada, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 14, 1907)
E S T A C A D A , OREGON,
L O C A L N EW S
Get our Quotations on Your
We can furnish you with all your needs and
wants at prices that are what they should be
H. N. North
E. F. Surface has had his drug
store piped for sewerage.
J. D. Forbes is increasing his Sei-
fer woodchopping camp.
T H U R SD A Y , NOVEM BER 14, 1907.
$1 A Y E A R
THE ESTACADA STATE BANK
Transacts a General Banking Business
Paid up Capital, $20,000
Mrs. Eva Kessler was out home
several days this week.
THE BEST IN THE MARKET
R. Heilman has purchased a 20-
j acre tract of land of Clias. Bard.
I. A. Bonuey, an experienced
| photographer, has rented the fish
j market building and is fixing it up
I for a photograph gallery. Mr. Bon-
ney expects to be prepared for bus
iness by Saturday.
See his ad in
J. R. Townsend has moved his j
j shoe store and shop into his new j
building and is again ready to fit1
j his customers’ feet while they wait.
Read his ad.
Farms and City Lots For Sale
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
NEW HOUSE FURNISHINGS
We have just added a new stock of goods to our store
for tlie Fall hnd Winter trade.
These are a better grade
of goods and are what people are. looking for to furnish
their homes with.
A R T SQ UARES, RUGS, SE W IN G
STAN D S, W IL LO W RO CKERS, H USK DOOR M ATS
A. Morrow has been loading cars
I the past two w'eeks at the rate of
one a day. Most of the hunter goes
C. W. Seymour is making some
additions and changes to his down
town property adjoining the Bank
Mrs. John Bourbonia has gained
$ sufficient in health to be taken home
$ 1 from the hospital.
John H. Surface, a brother to E.
We want the people to see what we have in our store F ., and his family have been here
Order your Fall and
Winter Clothing Now
W E W ISH TO C A L L YOUR
A T T E N T IO N TO OUR F IN E L IN E OF
Underwear Oil Coats Rubber
Hats Caps Shoes Etc Etc
| BLANKETS and COMFORTS
| w Our M Ladies’ I L and L Misses’ I Hats N for E Fall R and Y Winter
wear are in line with the new prevailing fashions
Hats Trimmbed or made to order to suit
| D A LE'S |
on a visit.
Their home is at Ore
W E A R E A G E N T S FOR T H R E E OF
T H E BEST F IR E IN SU R A N CE C O S
Livery, Feed & Sale
M EN , W O M E N and
C H IL D R E N
I have reopened my shoe shop in
A. T. Dorsey has moved here * my own place, and will repair &
with his family from Mount Pleas
make shoes and boots
ant at Oregon City.
Ready made Shoes in Stock
W. Rhodes was in town Saturday.
He has recently started a blacksmith
J. R. Townsend
shop at his place and finds consider-1
able work to do.
Keep busy— its easy.
THE BANK OF ESTACADA
W. A. JONES
Transacts A General Banking Business
Good rigs aqd careful driver« always
Given Hunting and Fishing 'Parties
Capital, $ 6 ,0 0 0 .0 0
W OOD & LUM BER
Money to Loan on Real Estate
Local and Long Distance Telephone
The Cary Hardware store is re-
Adolph Miller was in town from
ceiving some improvements on the the (Jetfrge neighborhood Saturday.
Hogs For Sale
interior. John R. Cassidy is doing I
. , 1
Mrs. Earl Slnbley has been sick
I have ten shoats which I will
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tor some time, but friends say she sell.— J. P. Steinman.
Mrs. T. M. Allison of Boring, a
sister of Mrs. Eliza Allison, was here
The town of Eagle Creek is not
PIG S FOR S A L E
Sunday visiting relatives. She was
behind in improvements.
A fine I have several young pigs for sale.
accompanied by Mrs. Joe Wheeler
plank road has teen built extend R. C. Herring, Estacada, Ore.
ing from the Suter place west to the
Mr. F. W. Lewis, of Portland, railroad track.
Mr. T. J. Mathew of Bridal Veil,
was here and spent last Sunday with
The Eagle Creek Grange Dra was looking after his farm interests j
his daughter, Mrs. W. K. Haviland
matic Club is preparing to give a here Tuesday.
play— Captain Racket— on Satur
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shibley start
These were at the Hotel Estaca day, Dec. 7, in the grange ball.
ed yesterday for Arizona where they
da Tuesday, B. S. Josselyn and wife
Mrs. C. W. Seymour has gone to will remain the winter.
F. I. Fuller and wife, S. A. Josse-
Camas, Wash, on a visit to friends.
Miss lirma Shibley is teaching
lyn and wife, G. L. Estabrook and
the primary grades in the Spring-
Mrs. Van Tress of Tillamook who
wife, and F. S. Morris.
The higher depart-
A t the business meeting of the is 0,1 hcr 'va>' to California, is the ment will probably open next Mon
vpworth League held last week it Suest of Mrs. W. A. Jones,
day with another teacher in charge. 1
was decided to visit the League of
r . p, Rawlins was in Estacada, '
Epworth church in Portland. A j yesterday, the first time since i n ;
committee was appointed to make July. Ben lias been kept busy with N EW BUSINESS B U IL D
the necessary arrangements.
special car has been secured and the work at the Linn mill, and at home. ¡
IN SU RE YOUR
The Farmers’ Mutual
Fire Relief Association
Of Portland, Oregon
IN C O R PO R A TE D 1904
It has a good record and in a few years has become the Standard
Fish Dinners are serveel every
Insurance Company for Farmers
Friday at the- Golden Eagle hotel
OFFICERS! H. W. Snaihall. Pres. J. J. Secy. & Treas
and restaurant. Regular price.
DIRECTORS! F. Oronee, John Deininger, Henry Roth, J. E. Seifer, A. P. Christensen
It offers at the same time the very cheapest and the very safe ■'
¿R ein su ran ce in O regon^^P
For further information apply to
HENRY TRAPP, Agent
This hank 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,
IN G G O IN G UP
trip will be made Friday night, the j Mr. and Mrs. H. Cooper were in ,
car to leave Estacada at 5 p. tn.
Newburg Sunday to see a sister of
On Monday work of clearing off
! Wm. Delap has returned from a Mrs. Cooper, who is sick.
a building site for the new business
trip “ back east.” Mr. Delap’s trav
els took him through Minnesota,
“ Young People and the Church building for Mr. Otto Stubin was
Wisconsin and the Dakotas.
He was the subject of Rev. M. B. Pat begun. The location is south of the
spent a number of days at bis old ounagian s address before the minis- Cary hardware store.
liome in South Dakota, where lie terial convention held at Newburg ing is to be 24 by 60, two story with
rooms for living purposes above.
owns two farms.
Blit he wouldn’t hist week,
Mr. Stubin has not fully decided on
swap his Estacada home for the
what he shall do.
His family will
whole country east of the Rockies.
remain in Portland until a home in
TO G E T T H E BEST
The News editor had a pleasant
Estacada has teen provided. They
visit Monday with Alfred T. Close
FIR and CEDAR
, are from Nebraska.
and W. H. Moffett. These gentle
men are coming to Estacada with
; Chapped hands are quickly cured by
applying Chamberlain's salve. Price 25c
their families to reside.
in Oregon go to R. Fanton’ s
Soli! at the Estacada drug store.
is the gentleman who gets the Hav-f
mill 12 miles east of Estaca
BU ILD IN G S & C O N T E N T S IN iland corner lot where the telephone-
da for them, or send orders
to his address. : : : : : : :
office is. We were favorably im-
pressed with him, and would like
Fir Shingles................. $2 10
see him go into business here in
Red Cedar...................$2 25
a This barter is here to stay ^
A T M il.I.
something other than a saloon.
$6,800 to loan in amounts above
$500 to suit. We will sell you ex
change on Portland at par. Bank
DELIVERED TO ESTACADA
OK SIR « O f N DINGS
Fir Shingles ............... $2 40
Cedar ........................... $2 65
Until further notice,
R. F A N T 0 N,
R F D 1
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Nothing but firstclass work done
5 HAIRCUT 25c SHAMPOO 25c
MASSAGE & CHILDREN'S H AIR
CUTTING A SPECIALTY
F O R M A LLY O F P O R TL A N D
Prints and Notions
A Good I inimrmt
When you need a good, reliable lini
ment try Chamberlain's pain balm. It
has no superior for sprains and swellings
A piece of flannel »lightly dampened with
pain balm is superior to a plaster forlame
back or |>ains in the side or chest, It also
relieves rheumatic pains and makes sleep
and rest |x»ssible.
For sal«* bv Jvstacada
2 4 0 A C R E F A R M F O R SALE
I have a farm of 240 acres near
town for sale. River runs through
it. Riparian rights included. Good
investment G. VV. Locket by, Es
T H E N EW S
42 weeks, $1 Less than 2c a week