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About The Estacada news. (Estacada, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (June 4, 1908)
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NO. 25 OF V O L. 4
E S T A C A D A , O R EG O N ,
We are giving away some heavy gold
LO CAL N EW S AND
P E R S O N A L M E N T IO N
GOLD HAT PINS GIVEN
plated “Swastika” hat pins. Call in and
see them, and learn about it. Get one for
your wile or your mother, or mother-in-law. Good
way to win her confidence
Hurrah for Cake, anyway! When
the last precinct is heard from there
will be no doubt al>out his election.
A number of our people are tak
ing-in the rose festival.
Judge Gill and family are now
occupying their new house at Cur-
rin and 2nd streets.
Miss Linda Wouier, who has been
teaching at Dover, is home again.
Neil Bronson and wife left Tues
day for St John where they will
Pharmacist Maude Sturgeon went
to Portland, Tuesday, to see the
roses, and to meet her folks from
A hail storm, lasting several min
utes, occured Monday evening, just
Just think, here it is close to the middle of
is in order. Have you yours ready? If not
call and see the many nice things we have to
offer you. And the price. You remember,
we told you recendy that we are willing to di-
vide with you, and live on a small profit.
Now, don’t think we intend to give you cheap
f ‘ goods. Not so. Dales never do that. We
will give you the best possible for the price.
For SHOES, SUMMER SUITINGS,
LIG H T U N D E R W E A R , N O T IO N S,
Millinery and Straw
SEE D A L E ’S
X$ie Meat Market
Handles the best Fresh and
Cured M eats Obtainable
Cash paid for Hides and Market Produce
] ( Home cured Hams and Bacon, and rendered Lard ) |
Orders Promptly Filled for Out-of-Town, and City Trade
Van Duren & Gerber,
Swift’s Arsenate of Lead
$1.80 FOR JO lb. KEG
Wakley’s Squirrel Poison
Mole and Gopher Poisons
In quantities and prices to suit everybody
• D. M. Marshall went to Oregon
City and Portland Monday and saw
the opening of the rose festival and
visited the warships in the harbor.
WE HANDLE THE BEST IN
For every member of the family
Geo. Estes, S. W. Stryker, T. Yocum,
John Zobrist, Albert D. Schmidt
We have just put a new lot
.T S irp rs
of shoes for Spring and Sum
mer wear, on our shelves
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
Writes Fire Insurance in Five of the best “DOLLAR’
companies. Handles Real Estate, Town Lots
both Business and Residence, and Farm
Property near Estacada
you would probably take it to an
assayer and be convinced it was
genuine, before paying your money
If you are about to buy some
and examining titles for 16 years.
It is our business to assist you in
all the details of transfer of real
Call and examine our
Clackamas County records, taxrolls
The CLACKAMAS TITLE
606-608 C H A M B E R
and Invite you to examine them
E. F. and F. B. RILEY,
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
Money to Loan on
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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.
THE BANK OF ESTACADA
O F C O M M ERC E
PO RTLA N D
By our Wayside Reporter
have Real Estate for sale, list it with
property of our own for sale and can
us, as we
Miss C. A . Cutter was at Cur-
rinsville visiting Thursday.
John Honebon is laid up with a
bruised leg caused by the kick of a
J. C. Duus is“ putting in a ram
and will soon have water in his
Miss Grace Davis is visiting in
Mrs. Aunie Krigbaum who has
been under the weather for some
time is getting well again.
The school at Garfield closed F ri
day after a^suecessful term under
the'direction of Miss’ Martha Blun
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.
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,
DRY GOODS and WET GOODS
C. F. HOWE
House and All Its Contents Go
Up in Fiery Flames '
Another fire, and another home
gone. The Ecktrson residence at
the corner of Shafford and Fourth
streets burned to the ground Friday
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Close
who OO up ed the l u 1 e w v c a w a y ,
Mrs. Mary Heipleof Eagle Creek
on a trip to St Martin’ s Springs,
has sold a lot 50 by 100 at the cor
and no one was in tile hous • at the
ner of East Glisan and Union Ave,
time John Peg -, who l;v s across Mayor W . A . Hcylnian, who made
Portland, for $4,000.
the street, was the first to see the a stiff race for representative. Mr.
i Heylman feels very grateful to the
F. J. McHenry, a campaigner for fire at about 3 o’ clock Saturday
' people of this part of the county for
! the Prohibitionists, spoke in Odt’ -
the excellent vote given him.
f.ll jw ball Sunday evening, to a 1 in a few minutes nearly the whole
Jeweler Johnson went over to
large audience. The speaker made town was out, but nothing under
several votes for the ,Tdry” princi heavens could save anything. The I Vancouver Friday, and spent Sat-
ples. Mr. McHeny was unable to nearest water hydrant is 600 feet ! urday with his people.
be at the Garfield Grange hall Sat away, and the fire company’ s hose
Mr. and Mrs. C. W . Seynioure
reached but half way to the fire.
urday evening as advertised.
[ have recently had their residence in
Mr. Close carried $1,20 0 on all his
Oak Grove repainted and repapered
Fishing in the Clackamas river household effects which were valued
J throughout. This is one of the
and the small streams that empty at $2,600. The house was small,
’ nice homes in Estacada.
■ into it is much better this year than but one of the best built in the
Seymoure is devoting much time to
it has been for a number of years town. The origin of the fire is a
’ gardening this year
Mr. Ed Scott
past. Fishing parties are numer mys'ery, but it is thought that it
I did the painting and papering for
ous, arfd all are successful in get- was started by burglars. The house
was valued at about $300.
1 ting good strings.
Mrs. F. B. Warfield has removed
her furnishings of the Golden Eagle
hotel into Portland where she has a
If someone should offer to sell
G O LD B R IC K
a trunk, suit case or telescope. We
it is quite as prudent to first ascer
have a new supply of these goods.
tain that the title is free from defects
Also, shawl straps, Etc. Etc.— H.
We have been making reliable
Cooper & Co,
A B STR ACTS
Work on the improvement to the
city’s water supply system was tem
porarily suspended last week when
Mrs. W111. Stubbe forbid the work
men from driving oyer her crop of
A celebration that will do honor grain with a team. The matter has
to the founders of our country will been adjusted, we are informed, so
take place in Etacada on July 4th. that the work can proceed.
The volunteer fire boys are gradu
ally arranging for the big time, and
The vote 011 justice of the peace
it is going to be the grandest affair in the three precincts comprising
since our last celebration.
the district is—
George— Boswell 15, Womer 12,
Merchant Lewellen went to Ore
gon City Tuesday with the election
Estacada— Boswell 31, Womer
returns of Springwater precinct.
97, Gill 99.
V . Linglebach wishes to buy a
Eagle Creek —Boswell 16, Wom
workhorse. It must weigh between
er 9, Gill 73.
1100 and 1200 and be not over 8
years old, sound and true.
Surveyor Blockley, superintend
A great deal of inconvenience is
given the people on the south side ent of a surveying party 35 miles
of the river by the closing of the up the Clackamas, canie out of the
timber last week and spent several
bridge to team travel.
days in town.
Just what interests
Some folks are troubled by pota Mr. Blockley and his crew repre
toes turning dark after being boiled sent is not generally known.
especially at this time of the year. same outfit spent several weeks in
If they are peeled an hour or so be the same locality last summer, and
fore they are cooked, and left to it was then reported that they were
stand in cold water, they will keep employed by the Southern Pacific.
nice and white.— Farm Journal.
Now they are said to be surveying
S. N. Kilgore and brother, C. E. a route over the Cascades for the
have gone out to their Springwater O. W . P. Mrs. Blockley and baby
are stopping at the Estacada Hotel.
L- J. Palmateer injured one of his
feet last Friday evening, and Dr.
A dix was called to dress it;
Palmateer was engaged in climbing
telephone poles, and jabbed the
pointed piece of one of the climbers
into his foot inflicting quite a bad
'¿ y W $
Two lots 100 by too feet with
Mrs. R. C. Herring and daughter
house and outbuildings for sale on
Wavo have gone to Hood River and
easy terms, or will trade for team
will remain during the berry pick
and wagon. —A. B. Dean, Estacada
Inquiries answered at The News
Mrs. W . Sommers, of Portland, office.
and Mrs. J. W . Sommers of Idaho,
visited at Mr and Mrs. C. W . Sey-
Going anywhere? Going to trav
raoure’ s 011 Monday.
el? If you are, yon will need either
District Superintendent Kerr of
this conference of the M. E. church
will be in Estacada on June 9th for
the purpose of having a quarterly
: '- - a
$1 A Y E A R
Geo. Estes, President.
S. W. Stryker, Vice-President
L. E. Belfils, Cashier
Clias. Bronson and family have
moved to St John.
H. N. N O R TH
JU N E
Mrs. A . Morrow is recovering
from a short illness.
We have the agency lor and are selling all
kinds of nursery of the Oregon Nursery Co.
whose fruit trees, shrubbery and berries are known
to be the best. Give us your next order
TH U R SD AY,
Will register your order for prompt delivery
FULL LINE OF STAPLE & FANCY
$2 a day
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
Local and Tourist Trade Solicited