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E S T A C A D A , OREGON.
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
The warm Summer Weather is
here, and we wish to say that our
Light Weight Summer Goods
In All Lines
Orders Promptly Filled for Out-of-Town, and City Trade
FILLED BY US
AND YOU WILL BE SATISFIED
Fancy Stationery, School Supplies
Cigars, Post Cards, Fishing Tackle
Miss Gertrude Morrow went to
Portland, yesterday, returning in
Geo. Estes, S. W. Stryker, T. Yocum,
John Zobrist, Albert D. Schmidt
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Hates of Sell-
| wood, were visitors at the old home
: on the 4th.
A baby girl was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Ray Wilcox at 6 o’ clock Fri-
j day evening, July 3rd.
Charles Kerry returned Saturday
| from Roaring' river near where he
made the discovery of a rich ledge
' of copper.
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 Estaeada
F o u rth ’s
We have just put a new lot of
MADE FOR VS BY l
\l l l P eters I
The pupils of the Sunday School
are requested to meet at the church
Saturday at 4 p. in for practice.
A boy, who is getting to be quite
a man already, was born to Mr. and
Mrs. G. Politowoski of Springwa-
! ler on June 21 si.
and Invite you to examine them
C e le
b r a tio n
Two lots 100 by 100 feet, bouse
and all outbuildings, well, fenced;
j only $375. Easy terms. A bargain.
Bank of Estaeada.
j ( Home cured Hams and Bacon, and rendered Lard ) |
WE HANDLE THE BEST IN
For every member of the family. You should see them
Miss Moran and Roy Spurlin of
Highland, were at the Woiiier home
on the 4th.
The Ladies' Aid will meet this
week with Mrs. O. Janies at Fara-
Cash paid for Hides and Market Produce
J. N. Adams was in town yester
day closing a real estate deal with
E. M. Miller.
Are just what you want
Handles the best Fresh and
Cured Meats Obtainable
$1 A Y E A R
Mr. and Mrs. R S. Coop were in j
town Tuesday transacting legal bus
, A new lot of baby cabs and go- Geo. Estes, President.
S. W. Stryker, Vice-President
| carts at Cooper & Co’ s.
L. F. Belfils, Cashier
High school meeting tonight.
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
LOCAI, N EW S AND
PE R SO N A L M ENTION
TH U R SD A Y,
. THE BANK OF ESTACADA
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
The Nation’s Birthday Celebrated in True, Patriotic Style -An
Ideal Day—Big Crowd Has a Glorious, Peaceable
Time—and Nobody Fi ll or Killed
ifS s s
to Loan * * * * on Real I Estate
Portland to Picnic and Celebrate
Miss Rose Roenfeldt, of Portland,
enjoyed the Fourth and Sunday, at
| her sister, Mrs. Otto Stuben's.
The celebration in Estaeada on sound advice to the American peo
Miss Minnie and Miss Lydia the 4th, of the nation’ s greatest hol ple.
i Sceinman of Eagle Creek grange at iday, was one of the most success After dinner the rest of the day
tended Pomona Grange, yesterday, 1 ful events that has ever taken place was given to horse races, foot races
The day awoke with the and a ball game.
weather rather threatening, but the horse and pony won the races, and |
Mrs. Eva Kessler and Mrs. W.
j K. Haviland and son, Billy, visited ! heavy clouds soon broke away and Ed. took the stakes in the foot race!
the day developed into one of sub himself. The Eagle Creek baseball:
I at W. A. Jones’s, Saturday and
lime fitness for the occasion.
team won the ball game front Arle- j
The day’ s doings were begun by ta 9 to 5. It was Eagle Creek's day |
M. Buchanan, of Wasco, Idaho, the Estaeada band playing national and she took everythingon the tray 1
| a brother-in-law of W. J. Emmett, airs. At 11 part of the crowd met that looked gfiod.
returned home Sunday after a brief around the band stand in the park. people enjoyed dancing in the pa
! visit here.
Here, after prayer by Rev. M. B. I vilion, picnicking in the park, and
Never did a
j Mr. and Mrs. Newton Byerlee of Parounagian, Mayor W. A. Heyl fishing ill the river.
j St Johns were here Sunday, visit man introduced Dr. Larson, who crowd explode so many fireworks.
ing at A. Morrow's.
Mr. Byerlee spoke in a humorous vein for twen The railroad was busy carrying the
is a cousin of Mrs. Morrow. He is ty minutes. Following the doctor, people to and from the city and con
Louis M. Head arose and delivered servative estimates place the num
proprietor of the St John Review.
oration of the day. Mr. Head’ s ! ber of visitors in town at 2,500.
P. G. Brickey, a ■ brother-in-law
was a modernized Fourth of \ The Volunteer Fire Department,
of J. V. Barr, arrived here last week
Mr. Brickey is on July address; full of interest, spark- \ under whose auspices the celebra
tion was given, is deserving of the
a Western pleasure trip.
ling with wit, and containing much [ thanks of the people.
Every hotel, restaurant, board
ing house and stand in town did a
flourishing business on the Fourth.
J. A. Shibley and Elmer Dibble
And every visitor in the city was
have taken their last Toad of pota
toes to the Portland market receiv
Good time for making hay.
ing $t a hundred.
W. C. Whitfield has his new
blacksmith shop near the creamery
Mr. Whitfield and sensible talk. The Estaeada' If someone should offer to sell
will have his shop equipments and band did well. The ball game was you a
G O LD BRICK
tools installed this week, and will interesting, and would have been
be ready Monday morning to do a ll, more so, if there had not been so you would probably take it to an
kinds of blacksmith work, horse much back talk, tho take it alto assayer and be convinced it was
gether Estaeada had a very enjoya
genuine, before paying your money
ble Fourth. One good feature, not for it.
On Monday morning Rev. H. FT. a man did I see under the influence
If you are al>out to buy some
Stubbs started on a trip East. He of liquor. Think it good to have
goes to Iowa to visit his aged moth the town dry. The writer, being
er whom he has not seen for many an old pioneer, met many old friends it is quite as prudent to first ascer
She is over ninety years from other cities Astoria, Oregon tain that the title is free from defects
We have been making reliable
old, and is in very poor health. City, rortljnd, Canby, Woodburn,
Mr. Stubbs will be away about a 1 Salem. Newport, Vancouver, Kam- Clackamas County
as, Joseph, Hood River, Gresham,
and examining titles for 16 years.
Found— A small card case con
It is our business to assist you in
taining several Oddfellow lodge re celebratiohl
Rev. Rol>ertson and family have all the details 'of transfer of real
ceipts, a certificate of deposit on
property. Call and examine our
the 1st X at’l Bank, Portland, and moved into the Presbyterian parson
County records, taxrolls
a few other papers. Owner can h ave.
same by proving ownership and |
C LA C K A M A S T IT L E
paying costs. John Trexchsel, Es- j her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. The
Lewellen, has returned home east
CO M PA N Y
of the mountains.
510 cham ber of commerce
During the past few days while
Albert Smith of Astoria is here
other cities in the state have lieen
E. F. and F. B. RILEY, ATTORNEYS
seeing relatives and friends.
experiencing a hot spell, Kstacadans
J. R. Cassidy has decorated, in 1
have been enjoying the salubrious |
Willie Closner is slowly improve- big, l)old letters, A. Morrow's barn i
rays and smiles of Old Sol.
with the following sign -
temperature here has ranged from ing from inflamatory rheumatism.
5 to 10 degrees cooler than in other; Erma Shibley, after spending the
L IV E R Y St FEED BARN
4th here, has gone back to the Nor
parts of the state.
This bank has the locnf 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 R^al Estate for sale, list it with us, as we have no
property of our own for sale and can push youY 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 Estaeada Money Market.
We ¿hall try and govfern our business so that the
rate will be as close to 10c pr $100 as possible, it
being the usual rate throughout the state
W. A. HEYLMAN,
Karo Corn Syrup
30 CBb 60ct. Pails
HAS NO EQUAL
TRY IT AND BE CONVINCED
BY TH E CRATE OR LESS
FOR CANNING OR TABLE USE
C. F. HOWE
Ä2 a day
The Hotel Estaeada
A L L MODERN CO N VE N IE N CE S
One of the most delightful Resorts on the Coast
Local and Tourist Trade Solicited