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About The Estacada news. (Estacada, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 16, 1908)
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E S T A C A D A , O REGO N ,
I Hav e Opened the New
Year on a Cash Basis
Where is Winter ?
A 1 Lindsey has been out at Mr.
El) Lacey's working on that fine,
Tom Jones is on a trip into the
Eastern part of the state.
If you are looking for Good Goods at
Low Prices, Call in
Blue Ribbon Flour, $5.10 a bbl. Cheese 20c a lb
Oyster crackers, regulai $1.35 at $1.05 Tomatces 3
cans, 25c Choice Hams 17c 5-lb pail Columbia
Lard 75c Breakfast Bacon 18c Dr. Prices’ Food 3
pckgs25c Sugar 181bs $1
All other Goods Reduced Proportionately
H. N. North was shopping in
I Left Over ¡
THE HOLIDAYS ARE OVER
and we have many bargains
in Odds and Ends of goods
$ 10 a week
The Hotel Estacada
A L L M ODERN 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
« Good rigs and careful drivers always
Dr. C B. Smith, wife and son,
Sim, have moved to Portland and
are living at their home at 472 East
Hunting and Fishing Patties
W O O D & LUMBER
Local and Long Distance Telephone
Mortgages for Sale
$500 5 years’ time, 6 pr. cent.
$2000 3 “
Also private money to loan on
terms and in amounts to suit bor-
rower. Certificates of deposit on Or-
egon City Banks taken in exchange
for first lien real estate mortgages.
Call, write or phone
JO H N W. LO D ER,
Attorney at Law & Al>stractor of
Land Titles. Oregon City, Oregon
B U Y C LA C K .A M A S
C O U N TY
JA N U A R Y
$1 A Y E A R
A. A, Allen was in from the farm
Poetry and Decimals
on the other side of the river Mot-
Hood River is at the top for better
The Dubois Lumber Company's
in mathematics is very cute:
mill, Chas. E. Dubois managt was
the only mill on this railroa . liue J. E. S. is more of a poet,
that wasn’ t seriously affected ny the Than a sheep is a goa it.
Express in a decimal number,
recent money panic. This mill kept
up operations and at the end of each eleven thousand eleven hundred
month the help got the gold on the eleven and one hundred eleven
monthly time checks.
—C. W. Seymour.
Mrs. Sarah Ford and little daugh
A. E. Sparks
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A most enjoyable evening was
spent at the horn« of Mr. and Mrs. j
J. P. Steinman last Saturday, n th .
when fortytwo of Miss Minnie Stein-
man’ s friends came in to wish her a
happy birthday and many more to
The evening was passed j
with games and at 12 o’ clock an
oyster supper was served.
Minnie received several very nice
Transacts A General Banking Bu sir^ss
Money to Loan on Real Estate
Home Grown Nursery Stock for
HEADQU AR TE RS
Mathews and wife and Chas. Hin- Dale wanted to know when a rail-
man. Mr Mathew’s father, F. X . road crossing was to be put in over Agents for Clackamas County Land
M O N EY LO A N E D
Mathews, is the only surviving ! in the southwest part of town. Mr.
T IT L E D P E R F E C T E D
member of those who signed the pe II. V. Doe, manager of the Hazel
tition to congress asking to have wood Creamery’ s station, appeared
the Oregon Territory organized and before the board and told of the de
E. B. RILEY,
his vote, tho he is a French Cana plorable condition of the streets at
dian, decided whether this great and around the station which tF Attorneys, Counselors at Law
(Oregon Country should be Briton’s
or Uncle Sam’ s.
THE BANK OF ESTACADA
One year old apple trees 15c each,
j Phenomenal and Logan beny plants
| 60c per doz., $3 per 100. Kansas
Blackcaps 40c per doz., $ 1.2 5 per!
On the evening of Saturday Jan
100. Mammoth Blacklierries 75c a
uary- 25, the members of the Silver
do/... $4 per 100. Himalaya Giant
Comet band will give the first an
Blackberries $ 1 per doz.
nual ball in the Estacada Park pa ing. The meeting was for the pur-
W. H. H O LD ER.
few Pose of °P eninK bids to hau1’ la>’
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f l i r t rti f i * ' e i l rtn* itififn«« c u ri
R. D. 1
musical selections during the even
ply pipe line. Two bids were re-
ceived: one from Joseph Nicholson
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Kelley, of at 51^ cents a foot, and one from
| Glendive, Mont., have been spend-. M issrs.stra ig h t, Mayfield, North
ing a few days in our city, guests at & MarchbanU at 5 j i cents. On mo-
the Green and Morris homes. Mr. tion the letting of the contract was
j Kelley is a son of Mrs. Eliza A lli left with the committee on street &
CLACKAMAS TITLE COMPANY
son. He and his Avife are on their public property which is composed 606 608, Chamber of Commerce,
P O R T LA N D , O REGO N
way to Southern California where of Messrs. Dale, Lovelace, Jones,
they will live the rest of the winter. and the work was awarded the low
Mr. and Mrs. A. Hinman receiv est bidders. The work is to be be Full equipment of maps, plats, ab
stract books and tax rolls
Messrs. Howe and
ed a visit Sunday from Mr. Lester gun at once.
—$2.65 a 1000—
Mrs. H. H.
The number was held by
This bank has the local agency for some of the very best
Fire Insurance Companies.
Let us write your policy. : r
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
Our rate of Exchange and Discounts will lie gov-
erned entirely by the Estacada Money Market.
We shall try and govern our business so that^the
rate will be as close to 10c pr $10 0 as possible, it
being the usual rate throughout the state
W. A. HEYLMAN,
Your breakfast is not a break
fast withou your
A Mass Meeting
Is just right, and I am in a position to suppfy you
with High Grade
of the Stockholders To Take
A f P O P U L A R P - K I C E S
We are equipped to manufacture
Miss Mae Stepheus, instructor in
from 40,000 to 50,000 of the t>est
Cedar Shinglos each day, and will the primary room of the city school,
i was well enough Monday to resume
deliver them in Estacada at
her work in the school room. Her
rapid recovery was wholly due to
B u sin ess -xecU. A
Sold at the mill 7 miles east
pretty niece and devotee,,Miss Ce-
of Estacada at
Idle Stephens, who came out from |
town especially to nurse her auntie, j
Al)out thirty of the patrons of th e 1 Falls line with 12 phones and the
.Church services next Sunday at
When wanting shingles examine
local and rural telephone systems Currinsville line with 16 phones did
Currinaville at 1 1 a. m, at Zion in
these. Orders filled promptly
had a meeting at the central station not decide to enter the company,
the afternoon, and at Estacada at
in Estacada last Saturday for the The Currinsville line was later dis-
7:30 p. m. Sunday school at roa. tu;
purpose of agreeing, if possible, on connected from the other local lines.
Epworth League at 6:45 p. m.
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1 a consolidation
all the local lines It is the intention of the company
Estacada Agent—A. Morrow
Owing to the accumulation pi on a mutual basis. The plan of the to furnish telephone facilities to the
riches which were getting burden- pm- ters of the mutual consolida- patrons at as near the actual cost of
some, Ed. Kaffoury sold ont his t'
imposition was for each patron maintaining the system as possible,
stand in the Estacada State Bank
had a phone to Imy the phone There are 33 phones in tfse in Es-
$400 at 6 per cent.
huilding. Ed. Boner purchased
an.l receive thirty shares in the tacada and nine of these have gone-
$ 6 0 0 ....................
majority of the stock.
company, valued at $ 1 a share. At into the new mutual. The annual
$ 8 0 0 ....................
.he meeting two of the rural lines meeting of the shock holders of the
$150 0 ....................
1 be Estacai a ji lone 1 xe m t. agreed to go in the deal. These are coin pan > will take place on Tuts-
See Bank of Estacada.
o ie is open rom 7 ti 9 on v
the Garfield and Estacada farmers' day, February tt, at the office in
days, and SundaVs from 8 till 1 1 , 1 , .
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1 lines each having 14 phones. The Estacada.
B E S T IN V E S T M E N T
and from 5 till 8.
The News one year for one dollar
$2.25 a 1000
* Took the 5th set of
A STA TEM EN T
The storks were busy
Dr. A d 'x tells us of an
girl who was presented
t «-and ! To the Public iu General:
and Mrs. Earl Day last > . .1 lay a. j I wish to state that James Ander-
m. January n .
son and Mary Anderson or either of
And Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gulden- them have not got any money in
zopf of Ca/.adero had an 8 pound the Bank of Estacada or ever have
boy born to them on Thursday Jan- had. The money in question, pay-
menf has been stopped by party who
I made the deposit.
—W. A. Heylman,
Ben Jacques of Eagle Creek was
in town a short time Monday. Mr.
Through the agency of B. O. Bos
well, the Close Brothers have sold
their corner lot south of The News
to Dr. H. V. A dix who will build
Jacques is preparing for a big time
on it in the Spring.
Mrs, R. C. Herring was a passen t the baseball club’s dance Satur
day night at Wilbern's hall.
ger to Portland, Monday.
ter were over from Oregon City and
visited Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Yonce.
Titos. Yocum and sons, Lloyd
and Archie, last week run through
30,000 feet of lumber at the planing
mill whi-h goes to R. A. Stratton
at Clear Lake, Utah.
New cases of smallpox seem to
cream wagons have to
develop ac Oregon City.
travel in going to and from the sta
Mrs. J. W. Reed and daughter, tion. It was finally agreed on mo
Rachel, are both sick with mumps. tion that the proper committee
should proceed at once to have a
E. U. Will, piano tuner from crossing put in on Short street at
Portland, has been tuning and re the creamery, and build a plank
pairing pianos and organs in Esta road from the crossing to connect
cada this week; if you want the ser with the Main street plank at Dale’ s
vices ofa thoroughly competent man corner. Mayor Havilaiul came out
write him, ¡fddress 221 Adams St. ’-from Portland and presided at the
Martin Jackson, of Albany, an meeting. The board meets again
uncle of Mrs. W M. Yonce, is here next Tuesday and it has been inti
on a visit. Mr. Jackson was here mated that some changes may take
many years ago when our ci ■ ’s site place in it’ s personnel.
was but a forest wilderness
PR O PR IE TO R
W. A. JONES
B. F. Linn was over from Oregon
City this week.
$2 a day
The Ladies’ Aid will entertain
the ladies of the Currinsville Aid
Friday afternoon at 1 :3o at the
home of Mrs. Parouuagian.
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» 1. N. North
Livery, Feed & Sale
John Marchbank was transacting
business in Portland, Monday.
TH U RSD AY,
G E T SAM PLES
A T MY S T O R E
C. F. HOWE
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