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About The Estacada news. (Estacada, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (June 18, 1908)
E S T A C A D A , ORE/',ON,
VO L. 4
GOLD HAT PINS GIVEN AWAY
We are giving away some heavy gold
plated “Swastika” hat pins. Call in and
see them, and learn about it. Get one for
your wife or your mother, or mother-in-law. Good
way to win her confidence
LO CAL N EW S AND
P E R S O N A L M EN TIO N
Get ready; there is going to be a
noisy time here on the Fourth.
Attorney L ivy Stipp of Oregon
City was here yesterday on business
W. C. Whitfield and family ar
rived here last week from Ellens-
htirg. Mr. Whitfield purchased a
five acre tract near town.
Children's Day will be observed
in Estacada with an entertainment
by the children.
We have the agency for 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
Mr. Brower, of Orient, is adver
tising a moving picture show which
is to be in Oddfellow hall today.
Manager and Mrs. Lauryy of the
Estacada Hotel have just as nice a
display of roses as one could wish.
H. N. N O R TH
Scott & Stubbs, painters and pa
per hangers, are after business, and
have placed their ad in The News
S. H. Raney, who has been quite
sick, is improving quite rapidly.
The warm Summer Weather is
here, and we wish to say that our
Light Weight Summer Goods
in All Lines
Are just what you want
l& e 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 ) f
Orders Promptly Filled for Out-of-Town, and City Trade
Van Duren & Gerber*,
Swift’s Arsenate of Lead
$1.80 FOR 10 lb. KEG
Wakley’s Squirrel Poison
Mole and Gopher Poisons
In quantities and prices to suit everybody
TH U RSD AY,
JU N E 18,
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 v
' a - r1- 1 xr ■ ■ -rtca'jCr-
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
REA L EST A T E,
it is quite as prudent to first ascer
tain that the title is free from defects
We have been making reliable
and examining titles for 16 years.
It is our business to assist you in
all the details of transfer of real
property. Call and examine our
Clackamas County records, taxrolls
CH AM BER
E. F. and F. B. RILEY.
THE BANK OF ESTACADA
Transacts A General Banking Business
Money to Loan on
This bank has the local agency for some of the very best
Fire Insurance Companies.
Let us write your policy. : :
CO M M ERCE
If you have money to loan, we will place it for you.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hinman,
who recently sold their farm north
of town, are moving away. They
; will reside in Portlam f until they
find another location.
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 F'xchange 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,
V. Linglebach wishes to buy a
workhorse. It must weigh between
110 0 and 1200 and be not over 8
years old, sound and true.
Tw o lots 100 by 100 feet with
house and outbuildings for sale on
easy terms, or will trade for team
and wagon.— A. B. Dean, Estacada
Stella W o m e r........ ...................... 1 Inquiries answered at The News
F. E . Hilton, a banker and lum Mabel Judd ................................ 18 office.
berman ot S i Louis, called on W. Ruth Dale ..................................... 22
A . Heyluian 1111s week.
Mr. HU- Mary W omer............................... 2
lou said this section of the country f.ena Lehmann .......................... 1
looks tar the best to him ot any Gertrude Morrow
The Children’ s Day program was
place he has visited, and will invest Edna Miller................................... 1
Here 11 lie huds wliat he wauls, m e Mary I'aie
1 a grand success; over $ 10 was taken
in for Sunday School missions.
bank 01 Ivslacada has been asked to
investigate tor mm.
The Cleaner young people went
to pick strawberries at Clackamas.
ELY B R O T H E R S S O L D
Miss £oa Irwin and Miss Cora
Our grange is prospering, three
Yocum aie expected to return troin
members initiated Saturday.
The store and business of the Ely
Corvallis tins week where tuey have
Bates and wife came over
been attending college. Miss Irwin Bros at Currinsville were sold last to the grange and while here the
may assist m me postotiice.
Estacada bridge was closed and they
land. The E ly Bros., John K. and
to go home by way of Baker’ s
J. R. Lovell was elected clerk- George D., began business at Cur bridge.
treasurer of Currinsville school dis rinsville ten years and one month
John Reid was elected school di
ago. They have built up a good
trict, and L. Hale director.
and J. A. Shibley, clerk. A
business, and their many old pa
Hostetter & Miller, who bought' trons are sorry to see them go out 2-mill tax levy was voted down.
the Hinman farm, are having the of business. John E ly intends to Too many taxpayers without school
whole tract of 88 % acres laid out in remain at Currinsville, and manu children.
facture soda pop. George E ly will
go to Southern California and start
a fruit ranch. Mr. Yount took pos-
iessioii of the business on Thursday
of last week.
and Invite you to examine them
If someone should offer to sell
GO LD B R IC K ,
Going anywhere? Going to trav
el? If you are, you will need either
a trunk, suit case or telescope. We
have a new supply of these goods.
We are now prepared to furnish Also, shawl straps, Etc. E tc.— H.
you with sewing machine needles & Cooper & Co.
shuttles for any sewing machine
made in the United States. These
For sale—Two fine residence lots
are made by the Boye Needle Co. of
011 Main Si. at top of grade, 100 x
Chicago, and are put up in nice,
100, $ 1 7 5 .—Bank of Estacada.
clean tubes, and everyone is guar
anteed to be true. Call and see them
A show case, counters, shelving,
and also the needle threader with
heater, stove pipe etc. for sale at
which any person can thread a nee
very reasonaule prices, at this print
dle in the dark.
If you don’t be
lieve it, come and see.
Trespass notices printed on good
cloth at The News shop; 10c, three
A good cio p of strawberries is be
ing picked 111 m e U am eld country.
W aller Snutlm bas thiee acies, 1 1 .
11 . lr a p p 2, VV. H . iio lu e r i / 2 .
The vote in the Goddess of L ib
A ll otucr kiuus ot berncs arc yield
contest for the Fourth of July
ing proiihcaily. .Monday, M is. 11 .
n . 1 rapp picked 50 pounds01 goose to date * is as follows—
berries troin uve 4-ycar old bushes. Emma Gerhardus ..................... f
small pieces of 5, 10 and 15 acres,
and will place the land on the mar
k e t . Messrs. Hostetter & Miller
are in the real estate business in
WE HANDLE THE BEST IN
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O. C. Yocum of Pompaii on Mt. mountains east of town.
Hood, was here last week, and vis
The Estacada school board has
ited at his brother, Tlios. Yocum’ s. employed Thomas D. Miner to be
principal of the Estacada" schools
Will Cunningham has sold his
the coming year. Mr. Miner was
barbershop fixtures, and the buyer
principal at Sunnyside last year.
is moving them to Portland.
It is said that his family will move
Local grown strawberries were here.
shipped out of Estacada on Monday
for the first time this season by
Walter Snuffin who has fully three
TO O U R TRADE
acres this year.
A heating plant will be installed
in me ivstacaua public school build
ing before uuouier school year be
gins. a jauiior will be hired 10
take care ot the bunding. 1 iiese
tilings were decided on at tne meet
$1 A Y E A R
G eo. E s te s , P r e sid e n t. ^ S . W . S try k er, V ice-P resid en t
L. E. B elfils, C ashier
Miss Maude Sturgeon left Sun
John B. Haviland is in Redding,
day morning for her old home over
C al., dealing in timber lands.
at Tillamook City. Miss Sturgeon
The railroad company has begun
has been pharmacist at the Estacada
the erection of a new depot near the
pharmacy during the past two years
site of the old one in Portland.
and while here she won the esteem
Merchant Cooper is having his of everybody.
She goes home to
store repainted by Scott & Stubbs. stay.
Wm. Delap and John Cassidy are
Noah Heiple and Hass Tracey
soon to enter the real estate busi started out last week on a prospect
ness in Portland.
ing trip up into the foothills of the
L o st— A lad y’ s purse containing
a little change, and a key to ihc
phone omce. R ew ard. Alary R.
Mrs. J. O. Linn is making her
home at present at her sister, Mrs.
M rs Ed. Cornell and daughter,
Lee Wills' at Cleone.
of Portland, are visiting Mrs H. V.
In the Tracey school district J. Adix.
A pretty little Tl/ t pound girl was
C. Duns and Frank Thomas were
elected directors, and W. H. Hol horn to Mr. and Mrs. George Dale
on Friday morning, June 12th.
A little girl of Mr. and Mrs. Bell
of Eagle Creek had au arm tiactur-
ed this week, and Dr. A d ix was
called to attend her.
DRY GOODS and VIET GOODS
C. F. HOWE
Will register your order for prompt delivery
FULL LINE OF STAPLE & FANCY
$2 a day
The Hotel Estacada
A L L M O DERN CONVENIENCES
One of the most delightful Resorts on the Coast
Local and Tourist Trade Solicited