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About The Estacada news. (Estacada, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (March 19, 1908)
NO. 1 5
VO L. 4
E S T A C A D A , O R EG O N ,
Is a great benefit to our customers as well as
We are enabled to sell goods
cheaper, and more of them.
Our big reduc
tions on many staple goods continues : ; :
Cash, Big Sales, Small Profits
GARDEN TRU CK IN SEASON
H. N. North
wish to thank our many patrons
— -— Help during
further while you help us
W. S. Irwin came up from Cor-
| vallis last week to spend a short
time here seeing after his farm, and
, visiting relatives and friends.
EVER YBO D Y L IK E S A
W E W IL L H ELP
I F Y O U W I L L CO M E A N D S E E US.
W I L L T E L L YO U HO W
I T SU CH
D A L E ’S
John B. Haviland took another
1 party of timber claim locaters into
| Northern California last week. E.
F. Surface and Mrs. W. A. Heyl-
1 man were among those who went to
take up claims.
It was decided to be best for Mr.
Lloyd Yocum for him to remain in
the hospital a few weeks.
at the Good Samaritan.
The Hotel Estacada
A L L M O D ERN C O N V E N I E N C E S
One of the most delightful Resorts on the Coast
F L OUR
F L OUR
F LO U R
E S T A C A D A . OREGO N
J. F. L O V E L A C E -
Cupid Flour is made by the Hood River Milling Co. Hood River, Ore-
gon from the finest hard wheat that money will buy.
The Hood River
Milling Co. takes special care in the manufacture of this special Stand-
ard Brand of high patent Family Flour. Every sack is guaranteed or
money refunded. When yon get Cupid Flour, you get the B E S T
J. F. Lovelace
Mrs. W. M. Yonce had a visit
from her sister, Mrs. Sarah Ford,
last week. Also from Miss Grace
and Myrtle Clow, Dolly Greufield,
and Sam Grout.
Cleveland’s Baking Powder in
3 lb cans only cost $ 1 and 5 lb can-.
$1.6 5 . Both these cans have the
metal handle under the regular cc
They are useful when erap
j Recommended by H. N. North.
The village board met Tuesday
evening, passed a few bills, talked
about extending the water main in
the upper part of town, and dis-
solved to meet again in two weeks.
A t the masquerade skating party
at the rink Tuesday evening, the
is our Agent at Estacada, you will make no mis prizes for costumes were given Miss
take in using Cupid Flour.
T ry it today, Price Mary Womer, a decorated set of
Haviland china plates; and Frank
Jones, a pair of kid gloves.
H, R. Mill Co.
C m m
Rev. M. B. Paroun^gian began a
series of revival meetings at Cur-
rinsville last Friday. He is being
assisted in the work by Rev. H. E.
Harmon Green wishes to sell his
residence property. The place will
pay $ 10 a month rent which makes
it a good investment for someone at
$800. the price he asks for it.
Local and Tourist Trade Solicited
of Stomach Trouble
C R A W F O R D BROS.
When a man has trouble with stomach
... A N D POSSON....
you may know that he is eating more
than he should or of some article of food C O N T R A C T O R S & B U I L D E R S
or drink not suited to his age or occupa
Are now ready to take work
tion, or that his bowels are habitually
constipated. Take Chamberlain's stom
on any kind of building, give
ach and liver tablets to regulate the bow-
estimates, and figure on any
els and improve the digestion and see if
the trouble does not disappear. Ask for
sample. Sold at F.stacada drug store.
Dr. Adix Will Build
J. H. Dowty has sold his stallion
j Bob to a party who has taken the
Dr. H. V. Adix is asking for es
horse to Eastern Oregon.
timates and costs for a building to
Miss Ruth Dale and Mr. L. E. be built on his corner lot on which
Belfils became members of Centen- the phone office is.
( nial Lodge of Rebekahs at a meet will cover the whole lot, 24x100 and
ing last week.
will be two story.
The phone of
the next lot
Estacada will have its first teach
ers' institute on Saturday 28th when
the lo'ial teachers and those who
. can get here easily will hold a day’s
i session at the school house.
Sale, and we want to help you still
M A R C H 19,
Mr. dnd Mrs. L- E. Woods of
Portland visited at J. R. Towns
Read Dale's ad?
end’s last Sunday.
Born, on Sunday evening, 15, to who made his wealth while in the
Mr. and Mrs E. W . Jockimsen, a meat business here with his father-
in-law, is now with a Portland-San
Frank Morris and Harmon Green Francisco steamship company.
have been purchasing cattle for their
The Sunday School Workers of
ranches out in Idaho.
all Church denomitiationsof this part
The heavy rains of the first of the of Clackamas county are holding an
week have caused more or less dam institute in the Presbyterian church
age in Oregon and Washington.
in S] ringwater today.
Alma and J. A. Upton of Iloa- methods for the advancement and
quirn, W ash., are here loooking up be ttering of the Sunday School are
under discussion. *
H. Pierson lost his most valuable
Doctor and Mrs. H. V . Adix
horse Monday by death caused by
were in Portland Tuesday to attend
fatty degeneration of the heart.
the funeral of a friend of theirs
Mrs. E va Kessler began work as who met a peculiar form of death in
stenographer for a Portland busi Seattle a few days ago.
ness firm, Monday.
tleman was standing by the kitchen
Edwin Bates has purchased an stove with one hand hold of the tea
acre of land of B. O. Boswell, and kettle, and without letting go of the
will build a house and move to kettle he reached out with the oth
town. Mr. Bates paid #300 for the lot er hand and turned on the electric
Petitions are being circulated by light and was instantly killed. The
friends of prohibition to have the remains were brought to Portland
j liquor question voted on at the next for burial.
OUR CASH SYSTEM
The play A Loyal Friend
which was given at the grange hall
at Garfield last Saturday evening,
was a great success. The play was
very successfully rendered. The
gross receipts from the sale o f b a s
k e t s amounted to $ 6 5 . 4 0 w h i c h w ill
more than pay for the proposed im
provements to the hall. Bill Sam
son acted as auctioneer, and every
body was well pleased with the ev
ening’s entertainment. About Too
people were present.
Dr. C. B. Smith
$1 A Y E A R
W E HANDLE T H E
M A Y NO W B E P A ID
A T T H E O F F IC E S O F
606-608 C H A M B E R
O F C O M M ER C E
ST A T E M E N T S OF
F U R N IS H E D iT 'O N
P E R SO N OR BY
E X A M IN E
W IL E
A P P L IC A T IO N IN
M A IL .
D U P L IC A T E
R O LL.
P H O N E S M A IN 2 0 5 6 O R HOM E A 2 0 5 6
Furniture and Goods For Sale
and Invite you to exam ine them
We are going to move to Idaho
soon and are offering for sale any
part of our household goods and
furniture. H. W. Green and Frank
Eggs and Plants For Sale
Full blood Buff Orpington eggs
for hatching, $ 1 .2 5 a dozen, or 30
for $2 .2 5. Also, some fine Logan
Berry plants, 50c a dozen, or too
for $ 2 .2 5 .— VV. H. Holder, Esta -1
THE BANK OF ESTACADA
T ra n sa cts A G e n e ra l B a n k in g B u s in e s s
Insure your property with the
Bank of F'stacada. W e repAseut
two of the best insurance companies
doing business in the United States.
Our companies paid losses in full
of the San Francisco fire. They
stand at the head of the list. Take
no chance with cheap insurance.—
Bank of Estacada.
Dr. C. B. Smith died on Saturday
the 14th at the age of 61 years, 8
months and 4 days.
was held Monday at Dunning’s un
dertaking chapel in East Portland,
under the auspices of the Oddfel
lows. The members of Estacada
R O L L E R S K A T IN G
lodge 175, I. O. O. F. and Centen
nial Rebekah lodge hired a special When indulged in regularly is rec
car and went from Estacada to Port ognized to be one of the most health
land, received the remains and the ful as well as the most delightful
mourners and from there went to indoor exercises. Skating regularly
Oregon City where the burial took Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and
place at Mountain View cemet< i Sunday nights. Matinee every Sat
with the impressive ceremotiic-
urday afternoon at the Estacada
the orders. Dr. A. Leroy, g n:
ink. Free instruction given at all
chaplain conducted the service
times to those wishing to learn.
the assistance of the lodge mt 1
The pall-bearers were, Wi
Do Not Crowd the Season
The first warm days of Spring hring
Gwardle, M. H. Stevenson,
Martin, W. J. Buxton, W . M. 1 ox with them a desire to get out and enjoy
and B. Klotz of the Portland Relief ! the exhilerating air and sunshine. Chi!
dren that have been housed up all winter
committee. The illness that caused are brought out and you wonder where
Dr. Smith’ s death was contracted they they all came ironic The heavy win
in Chicago last summer while the ter clothing is thrown aside and many
doctor was on a trip east.
He was 1 shed their flannels. Then a cold wave
a native of N. York, but spent the ! conies and people say that grip is epi-
| demic. Cold at this season are even more
past 30 years practicing medicine in j dangerous than in midwinter, as there is
this and Multnomah counties. The t much more dangerous of pneumonia.
near relatives are the widow, a son, Take Chamberlain’s cough remedy how
Simeon, and two cousins, C. D. and ever and you will have nothing to fear.
D. C LaTourette of Oregon City. It always cures, and we have never known
a cold to result in pneumonia when it
Tlu .oral decorations at the funeral was used. It is pleasant and safe to take
very pretty, and were contrib [ Children like it. For sale at F.stacada
uted by the Estacada school child drug store.
ren, and Oddfellows, Fern Hive of
laccaljees and the Centennial Re-
$3,000 to loan in amounts to suit
l>ekah lodge of Estacada.
the borrower. Bank of Estacada.
IN SU RA N C E
This bank has the local agency for some of the very best
F'ire Insurance Companies.
Let 11s 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
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 be gov-
erned entirely by the Estacada Money Market.
\Ve 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,
si K A T
The heavy rains brought Eagle
creek up to the high water mark,
and the little streatu took on such a
current that all the approach on the |
north end of the Eagle creek wagon We are equipped to manufacture
bridge was taken out, and landed from 40,000 to 50,000 of the best
up against the railroad bridge which Cedar Shinglos each day, and will
is a couple rods below the wagon deliver them in Estacada at
bridge. The washout of this bridge
Or the purchaser can get them at
takes out the last wagon crossing
on the creek, and shuts off travel
between the North and South sides. When wanting shingles examine
For a time it was thought that the
these. Orders filled promptly
railroad bridge was endangered but
so far trains have not been inter-
l ferred with. The couuty will have
the wagon bridge repaired at once.
About fifty feet of approach, fifty
-P R O F R itro R —
feet high was swept away.
Estacada Agent - A . Morrow
Money to Loan on
Eagle Creek high and
B E ST IN
C. F. HOWE
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