t a c ftD a NO. i of VOL. 4 E S T A C A D A . O REGO N , LO C A L N E W S D EC E M B E R 12, 1907. $f A Y E A R THE ESTACADA STATE BANK Let’s see: what shall it he? Christm as Candy, Toys TH U RSD AY, X Show and dance Saturday night Transacts a General Banking Business G. T. HUNT )< W A S T H E P ER SO N WHO HAD Paid up Capital, $20,000 Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Gill spent Sunday with the latter’s parents in Estacada. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Shultz, of Montavilla, were guests of friends in Estacada, Sunday* ' Mr. and Mps. Otto Stubeu have moved out from Portland and are living in the rooms above North’ s store. & Nuts 3 I 5 Farms and City Lots For Sale To know who won the first set of dishes at A. E. Sparks’ store, read the ad. A' N IC E LO T O F T E D D Y B E A R S FOR T H E C H IL D R E N The number that drew the set of dishes Miss Bertha Hanckie, agister of Judge Cattlin, of Portland district, was a visitor at Mr. and Mrs. A . T. Close’ s, last week. 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 No. 271 Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mueller of George are the parents of a new 8 J 4 lb. boy, who came Saturday, 7th. G E T R E A D Y xTxTX Drew the 2nd set of dishes Lumber and Shingles for sale, first and second grades *>f each, at my place.—A. Morrow. 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 F I R E IN S U R A N C E CO’S Among the Eslacada people who For the Holiday trading, and come in and see our Fine Line of sea are at The Dalles this week proving up on timber claims are Will Cary, sonable Goods, such as M. H. Richards & wife J. W. Reed, Ladies’ Handkerchief Boxes, Glove Boxes, Baskets, W ork : Milt Oakley and John Bates. Boxes, Upright Toilet Sets, Manicure SHOES Cases, Toilet Cases, The Estacada Methodist Episco pal church has been furnished with Shaving Boxes. Japanese and China Ware, GJ.ass Ware and a hot air heating furnace. ________________________ many other nice____________ Articles for Presents CALL AND §EE W HAT H. Cooper I § % I WE HAVE FOR HAVE I I N i OBBY f Ladies’ Hats Suit Cases A lso Notions T ab le Linen Ty Telescopes Y ard s of Dress Goods ^ Everything in Lingerie Shoes Elegant Values in Trunks S u its and Suit Patterns % % D a l e ’ s A l w a y s L ead u r e Miss Gertrude Morrow is in Port land this week. A U , MODERN C O N V E N IE N C E S One of Uie most delightful Resorts on the Coast Local and Tourist Trade Solicited M«*e Happy by C b a - b e ri» « ’. Cough Remedy About two month» ago our baby girl d measles which settled on her lungs d at last resulted in a severe attack of nnchitis. We had two doctors hut no lief was obtained. Everybody thought e would die. I went to eight different >rea to find a certain remedy which d been recommended to me and failed get it, when one of the storekeepers listed that I try Chamberlain's cough jiedy. I did so and our baby is alive d well today. Geo. \V. Spence, Holly .rings, N. C. For sale by the Estacada •ug Store D. F. Warner returned Saturday after a week out at Htppner. He says they have had fine Fall weuth- I er out there. George Currin has recently added several more quarter sections of land to his big farm. Large Prune and young apple orchards in full bearing Portland. The Hotel Estacada m C. H. Guttridfce has his Mayor and Mrs. W. K . Haviland $ 10 a week H m Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Wirtz of Washington, and their daughter, Mrs. Smith, arrived here Monday on a visit to the family of T. J. Wirtz. son, Billy, are spending the % and week with relatives and friends in The people of Molalla have or ganized a company for the mauufac- ure of condensed milk. Farmers are promoting the new enterprise and have incorporated for $25:000 and have subscribed $12*000 to be gin with. County Judge Dimick is interested in the matter.' Th^com mittee appointed to write the arti cles of incorporation are, E . E.Judd Frank Perry, O. H. Nicolai, T . S. Stipp and I. M. Toliver. They are going to build a factory at once. 606 -608, Chamber of Commerce, P O R T L A N D , O REGO N 1 have reopened tny shoe shop in my own place, and will repair & make shoes and boots Ready made Shoes in Stock Frank Van Duren purchased the Palace Meat Market fixtures of F. M. Lantz Monday and opened shop at once Mr. Van Duren comes from Milwaukie where he conduct ed a wholesale meat market. ! CLACKAMAS TITLE COMPANY The contract has been let to M. C. Osborne for digging the remain der of the water pipe ditch for the city. Mr. Osborue gets 2,500 feet of ditch to dig. Mrs. A. E. Sparks went to Port land Monday for a few days amoug the holiday shoppers. Em > S MEN, WOMEN and C H ILD R EN 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 Full equipment of maps, plats, ab-J stract books and tax rolls J. R. Townsend Capital, $ 6 ,0 0 0 .0 0 Agents for Clackamas County Land , M O NEY LO A N E D T IT L E S P E R F E C T E D Money to Loan on E. F. & F. B. RILEY, Attorneys Counselors at Law FARM at Springwater FOR COUNTY HEADQUARTERS FOR Mrs. J W. Emmett was taken ill a week ago Sunday, and has been in the doctor’ s care ever since, and YOU at times has been seriously sick. Company & C LA C K A M A 5 RENT IN S U R A N C E This bank has the local agency for some of the very best I also have a Full Blooded Durham Bull with pedigree FO R S A L E Cashier L. E. Belfils of the Esta cada State Bank was a visitor in the j city of Portland Sunday. Seventeen of the Oddfellow Camp boys went to Portland in a special j car Tuesday evening and were en C. H. Guttridge, Springwater tertained at the big ball at the cor ner of 1st and Alder. With several 1 others they were given the Royal Mr^ A. Morrow and daughters Purple degree. were in Portland, Friday. F A R E W E L L TO JE N N I E LIN N Mr. Bailey who started up the meat shop a week ago made a for Miss Jennie Linn was honored by tune £nd then went out of business. a farewell on the 3rd, the eve of her departure for Illinois. About forty The boys of the volunteer fire de friends met at the home of Mrs. A l partment held a meeting Monday bert Kitching, where the party was evening and began preparations for held, and a most pleasant time was their 3rd annual ballon New Y ear’s had by all. Many were the ex- night. I pressions of regret at losing such a Mrs. C. S. Allen underwent a j good and kind friend, and estima It is hoped that surgical operation in a Portland hos ble young lady. pital yesterday. Dr. Adix was the she will not forget dear old Oregon accompaning physician from here. ¡ but return to us again. A. T . Close has about completed i the organization of a hand. Mr. G R A N G E SO C IA L 1 Close has organized and instructed , The Ladies’ Aid will meet again ---------- a number of bands at different plac Friday afternoon at the parsonage. ! The entertainment given by the es in Oregon, and lias always lieen A comforter will be on the. frames Eagle Creek Grange on last Satur very successful in his efforts. The to be tied aud members are urged day, Dec. 7th, was a success in ev other three boys, Fred, Henry and to be present. ery respect. The comedy drama, Ed "Close, aie also musicians and | “ Captain Racket” played by some 1 band players, and will assist in the of the younger membets of the work. A supply of music and a TO G E T T H E B E S T Grange, was highly enjoyed by one numlier of instruments have lieen of the largest crowds ever present D R and CEDAR sent for. at the hall. The proceeds from the sale of baskets, which amounted to $85. will lie donated to pay the re Bazaar and Rummage In Oregon go to R. Fanton’ s maining debt on the Grange hall, j mill 12 miles east of Estaca da for them, or send orders Sale to his address. : : : : : : : Fire Insurance Companies. have Real Estate for sale, list it with A T M IL L This barber is here to stay D E L IV K R K n T O E ST A C A D A OR 8 U R R O t’ N D IN C S Nothing hot firstclass work done Fir Shingk-s....*......... •■2 50 Cedar ................. $2 65 HAIRCUT 25c SHAMPOO 25c SHAVE 15c ++++ Until further notice. R. F A N T O N , Estacada, • R F I) 1 Ore j MASSAGE & CHILDREN'S HAIR CUTTING A SPECIALTY W. Hoffman FORMALLY OF PORTLAND If you 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 kiud W. A. HEYLMAN, Cashier. Your breakfast is not a break fast without your COFFEE Is just right, and I am in a position to suppfy you with High Grade Coffees & Teas A T P O P U L A R P R I C E S G E T SAM PLES A T M Y ST O R E - - - - - - C. F. HOWE- - - - - - LOOK HERE! * I sl F ir Shingles................... $2 10 Red Cedar..................... $2 25 Let us write your policy. : : If you have money to loan, we will place it for you. SHI NGLES The ladies of the Aid are prepar ing to hold a sale on Tuesday, the 17th, in Oddfellow hall, of articles j that have been made by the mem bers of the society. The pieces to I* offered for sale will include such articles as Quilts, Aprons and Fan cy Articles. Home made luncheon of Sandwiches, Doughnuts, Cake, Coffee, Tea, Milk. Candy and Hot Tamales, will be served at reason- j able prices. ’ Real Estate V? ' - f r y f,., 0 ¿r0 . How Diphtheria h Contracted Some very fine apples were sent out this week to Portland and Arle- i One often hears the expression, “ My chiM caught a severe cold which devel ta merchants for the Holiday trade. oped into diphtheria,” when the truth is The apples were Baldwins and Nor that the erdd had simply left the little them Spies, and grown by Kb L a : one particularly susccplible to the won cey and Q. Quaif of Springwater. dering diphtheria germ. When Chamt>cr- These gentlemen shipped 74 boxes ! Iain’s cough remedy is given it quickly | cures the cold and lessens the dangers of and they were all especially assorted diphtheria or any other germ disease be- and packed fruit. 1 ing contracted. For sale by Estacada drug store.