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About The Estacada news. (Estacada, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 26, 1907)
Transacts a General Banking Business
Paid up Capital, $20,000
Took the 3rd set of
Earl Wagner, who is employed
at the Johnson mill at Saudy came
home this week.
S. II. Raney was at Gresham last
Friday. Mr. Raney lias sold his
j old homestead across the river to a
Mr. Stry' from Michigan who has
already moved on the place.
1 Raney has moved into Springwater
and occupies a residence on Shan
Dr. Adix, H. V. Doe and Willis
Yonce were towed in over the bar
Saturday evening and are Oddfel
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The number was held by
Earms and City Lots For Safe
H. Cooper & Company
A birth occured in Cashier and
Mrs. E. L. Fraley’ s family Monday
YO U and a 7-pound girl was added to
the Capital stock of the Estacada
State Bank, and she is no clearing
house certificate either.
Rev. M. B. Parounogian and fam
ily are now occupying the residence
vacated by Mr. Sparks.
Mrs. C. L. Springer of Portland
visited Mrs. A . E. Sparks, Sunday.
Walter Strunk has moved onto
his Springwater farm.
Yards of Dress Goods
Elegant Values in
Suits and Suit Patterns
yru rik s
a l e
$10,000.00 is the capital stock of
the Bank of Estacada now. Notice
the change in the bank’ s ad.
Doctor and Mrs. II. V. A dix and
little boy, Victor, were the guests
of relatives in Portland, Christmas.
S U RE1
î t o a week
$2 a day
T h e H o te l E sta c a d a
A L L M O D ER N C O N V E N IE N C E S
One of the most delightful Resorts on the Coast
Local and Tourist Trade Solicited
FLOUR, $5.10 A BARREL
Owing to the extreme scarcity of Mill Feed and the millers
requiring me to buy flour in connection with mill feed, I have
as a consequence a large surplus
flour on hand which I am
forced to sell at very low prices to keep in line with feed. I
offer to the public some of the best brands of flour on the mar
ket. such as Dement's Best, Hood River Cupid, and Olynijic
at the very low price, in barrel lots only, of is . to a bbl. l'his
offer is GOOD for a short time only.
T E R M S C ASH
J. F. LOVELACE
Miss Sadie Luudquist, of Seattle,
a sister of Mrs. Joseph Nicholson,
is here on a holiday visit.
W. H. Wade returned last week
after several months’ spent at Olix,
Gilliam county, the home of his
President Heylman of the Bank
of Estacada says they intend soon
to remodel the front of their bank
building by putting in a French
plate glass front.
Portland lawyer, whose name is
withheld, is forming a partnership
with Mr. Heylman, and will move
out here with his family.
Mrs. Eva Kessler is spending the
week here, and is postmistress in
Mr. Surface’s absence.
Mrs. E. K. Surface and daughter,
Ester, ivent down to Corvallis last
week for a visit with Mr. and Mrs.
W. S. Irwin and family. Mr. Sur
face left for Corvallis Tuesday.
On Christmas Eve, a raffle for
turkeys and Geese will be conduct
ed by the Close Bros.
MEN, W O M E N and
C H IL D R E N
I have reopened my shoe shop in
my own place, and will repair &
make shoes and boots
Shoes in Stock
J. R. Townsend
Miss Linda Womer, who teaches
at Marmot, is home for the week.
THE BANK OF ESTACADA
CLACKAMAS TITLE COMPANY
T r a n s a c t s A G e n e r a l B a n k i n g B u s in e s s
606 608, Chamber of Commerce,
P O R T L A N D , O REG O N
Full equipment of maps, plats, ab
stract books and tax rolls
Agents for Clackamas County Land
M O N EY L O A N E D
T IT L E S PER FEC TED
Money to Loan on
E. F. & F. B. RILEY,
Attorneys, Counselors at Law
Plymouth Rock Hens For Sale
Three do/en good Plymouth Rock
See J. A. Ryjil, Es
Eagle Creek Grange held a regu hens for sale.
lar meeting Saturday,. Dec. 21, with
Worthy Master Homer Glover in
H. W. Downing, who is now em
the chair. Thirtyone members were ployed by the railway company at
present and one visitor, State Dep Cazadero, intends moving his fami
uty Mr. Cliittwood of Damascus ly back here from McMinnville.
One new member was in
itiated into the 3rd and 4th degrees
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
and four new applications for mem
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bership were received. The lecture
Bids will be received at the
hour occupied 70 minutes, and the Recorder’s office for the delivery
new officers elected are: Worthy ti]>on right-of-way and laying of
Master, Homer Glover; Overseer, fortyfive hundred feet of water pipe
Herman Duns; Lecturer, Lydia for the city waterworks.
Steinman; Stewart, Earl McConnell; cent, of payment will he held back
Assistant Stewart, Gifford McCon tillAvork is completed and to the
nell; Chaplain, Mrs. I). M. Marsh satisfaction of the water committee.
all; Treasurer, Mr. Hoffmeister; , Bids to be opened Januiary 7, 1908.
Secretary, Fred Bates; Gate Keeper Council reserves the right to reject
Ernest Duns; Ceres, Maggie Smith; any or all bids.
Pomona, Lilas Scott; Flora, Minnie
A. N. JO H N SO N , Recorder.
Steinman; Lady Asst. Stewart, Fre
da Duns; Organist, Martha
These new officers will Ire duly in In the Circuit Court of the State of Ore
gon for Clackamas county.
stalled by Deputy Chittuood on
January 18. The meeting will Ire John Riedelhauch,
open until after the lecture hour.
TO G E T T H E B E S T
FIR and CEDAR
S H I N G L E S
in Oregon go to R. Fanton's
mill 12 miles east of Estaca
da for them, or send orders
to his add teas.
Fir Shingles................. $2 10
Red Cedar...................$2 25
A “ Shadow” social takes place at
Currinsville tomorrow, Friday even
ing. It is to lie given by the L . A.
S. of the M. E. church.
will be sold, and with each purchase
a good dinner, and some o f the
i ‘ ‘substance that dreams ar< made
of” will lie included. The so ¡¡I is.
for the benefit of the church, and a
good time, dinner and shadow are
A. E. Sparks
W E ARfe A G E N T S FO R T H R E E O F
T H E B E S T F I R E IN S U R A N C E C O ’S
Merchant and Mrs A. E. Sparks
have moved into their handsome
A t 1 o’ clock last Sunday Rev. M
little cottage on the crest of the hill
B. Parounagian joined in wedlock,
on Main St.
Maggie Phillips and Frank A. W il
son of Springwater.
v Eagle Creek Orange
No. 63 takes the
Drafts Issuseei Good m 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
Willie Richard“ found a half of a
set of fale tee'1 1 on the road near
the railroad tu.vk
They dont fit
i Willie, and '
should have .
ILadies’ Handkerchief Boxes, Glove Boxes, Baskets, Work | A large number of friends cnjca ed
Boxes, Upright Toilet Sets, Manicure Cases, Toilet Cases, the exercises at the school last Fri
day, and the appropriate ob-ei vanc-
Shaving Boxes. Japanese and China Ware, Glass Ware and es
at church Tuesday evening bv
many other nice
____________ the Sunday School.
Mrs. J. J.
W. W. Woods, of Newkirk. Ok
Fo r the Holiday trading, and come in and see our Fine Line of sea
lahoma, visited his brother, Cham
sonable Goods, such as
bers, in Estacada, Sunday.
Articles for Presents
George Genserowsdi and sister of
Springwater were in town Tuesday.
N. N o r t h
TH E E ST A C A D A S T A T E BAN K
The News wishes its readers and
friends a happy New Year.
issue is the last in this year, and
before the next one appears, a new
year 1908 will have been born.
A N IC E L O T O F T E D D Y B E A R S FOR T H E C H IL D R E N
AT MI LL
nHM VERKD TO ESTACADA
S rR K O rS D IN C S
Fir Shingles.................$2 50
Cedar ........................... $2 65
Until further notice,
R. F A N T O N ,
Cynthia V. Riedelhauch,
To Cynthia V. Riedelhauch, the above
♦ named defendant: In the name of the
State of Oregon, you are hereby required
to appedt and answer the complaint filed
against you in the above entitled suit on
or before the 31st day of January, 19O8,
said date being after the expiration of 6
weeks from the first publication of this
summons, and if you fail to appear and
answer said complaint, for want thereof,
the plaintiff will apply-to the court for
the relief demanded in the complaint to-
wit: For a decree dissolving the bonds
*»f matrimony now existing between the
plaintiff and defendant.
This summons is published by order of
Hon. Grant B. Dimick, Judge of the
county court for Clackamas county, Ore
gon, which order was made and entered
on the 16th day of December, 1907, and
the time prescribed thereof is six weeks:
Date of first publication lieing December
x>, 1907, and the date of last publication
being January 31. 1908.
GEO. C. BROW NELL,
Attorney for plaintiff.
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
property of our own for sale ami can
us, as we
push your sales
Our lawyer will attend to all of your legal business, drawing
papers of every kind
Our rate of Exchange and Discounts will be gov-
erned entirely by the Estacada Money Market.
\Ve shall try and govern our business so that the
rate will he as close to 10c pr $10 0 as possible, it
being the usual rate throughout the state
W . A. H EYLM AN ,
Your breakfast is not a break-
fast withou your
Is just right, and I am in a position to suppfy you
with High Grade
C o f ie e s & T e a s
A F P O P I L A R P R I C E S
G E T SA M LLES
A T MY ST O R E
- - - - - - C. F. HOWE
gHssHam mmmmm *
A five mill tax levy was voted by
How Diphtheria Is Contracted
One often hears the expression, "M y
the city council at a special session
Monday evening. This is the same child caught a severe cold which devel-
! oped into diphtheria," when the truth is
as last year's levy.
Papers were served on E . L. Fra
ley last Thursday charging him
with permitting sawdust from his
mill near town entering the Clacka
mas river. The trial has not yet
that the cold had simply left the little
one particularly suscepliblc to ,f»e v*oH
derTtig diphtheria germ. When
Iain’s cough remedy is given i
cures the cold and lessens the c
diphtheria or any other germ r
For sale by