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About The Estacada news. (Estacada, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (July 16, 1908)
NO. 3 1
E S T A C A D A , O REGO N ,
L O C A L N E W S AN D
P E R S O N A L M EN TIO N
you order and want.
supply always on hand, and it
is fresh and the best on the mar
Phone us for what you are
in need of
W E HANDLE TH E BEST IN
S. W. Stryker, Vice-President
L. E. Belfils, Cashier
Mrs. W. H. Grabel, of Arleta,
was in Estacada last Friday.
You are invited
Those who want ice fpr any pur
pose can get supplied at the Hotel
Mrs. E. A. Miller who is quite
ill, is being attended by Dr. Adix
S. N. Creech, a prominent groe
erman of Portland came out yester
day and visited his timber claim.
W e have just put
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
Business and Residence, and
Property near Estacada
in town yesterday.
John Page, who is superintendent
commented on the stillness of our of the woodchopping gang for the
railway company, and right-of-way
Miss Stella Womer, who is en agent, is now securing right-of-way
gaged as operator in the long dis privileges for the company on the
tance phone office at Oregon City, Troutdalc division.
was at home Sunday.
cQie Meat Market
Handles the best Fresh and
Cured Meats 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
VanDuren & Gerber,
P R O P R IE T O R S
H A V E YO UR
AND YOU WILL BE SATISFIED
Cigars, Post Cards, Fishing Tackle
new lot of
For every member of the family.
I now have my blacksmith shop
by the creamery finished aud am
ready for business. Blacksmithing
of all kinds.— W. C. Whitfield.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Kilgore ar
rived Saturday from Chicago, and
went out to their sons’ ranch over
You should see them
THE BANK OF ESTACADA
T r a n s a c t s A G e n e ra l B a n k i n g B u s in e s s
New and larger offices
in Chamber of Com
merce, Portland, rooms
509 io l i .
Facilities. Call for in
formation relating to
to Clackamas County
L a nds and T itles
Capital, $ 1 0 ,0 0 0 .0 0
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E . F . & F . B. R ile y ,
jiT T o a ia c v e
This bank has the local agency for some of the very best
Fire Insurance Companies.
Thomas Miner, of Sunnyside,
who had signed a contract to teach
in the Estacada school, has asked
to be relieved of the obligation, and
the school board wants another and
better man for the principalsliip.
Let us 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 have uo
property of our own for sale and can push your sales
Our lawyer will attend to all of your legal business, drawing
lepers of every kind
High School Branches
To Be Taught
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 roc pr $ 100 as possible, it
being the usual rate throughout the state
. A. HEYLMÀN,
Dr. Helen Babcock is in Ther- Special Meeting of School Patrons— Faculty to Teach High
mopolis, Wyoming, where her par
School Studies— Estacada to Have Best
Mrs. Babcock has
School In the County
opened offices there, and will prac
Karo Corn Syrup
30 CBt 60ct. Pails
J. R. and Earl Wilson and E. S.
This action on the part of the
High school studies will lie taught
Womer went on a fishing “ tourna
school patrons places the Estacada
ment” the first of the week, caught in the Estacada school the coming
schools at the head of the educa
76 fish, and when they arrived home school year.
tional institutions of Clackamas
the number had increased to 176.
cial meeting of patrons of the school county. The school at Purkplace
F. Ed Boner and Will Dale went district held in the school house on also has the high school branches
to Seaside Tuesday morning for a last Friday evening. The meeting in its curriculum.
They were cau was called pursuant to a demand by
The exccp rally fine school thus
tioned to let the Summer girls alone, the patrons that all the liiga school provided for the city and commun
and not to flirt with the mermaids. branches be taught.
ity should he an inducement to those
Ed. promised that he wouldn’t pick
The 9th and ioth grades were a looking for a good school for their
part of the past year’s work, and it I children to move here to live.
It is probable that Miss Fruiter
The real estate firm that bought was thought best to include the 11
the Hinman farm north of town is and 1 2th grades in the next year's and Miss Stevens will oect py the*
same rooms they had last year.
selling it in small tracts. We are work.
told that several pieces have already
! been sold to parties who expect to
move onto and improve the places.
Monday morning A 1 and Henry
Close . started for Vancouver, B. C.
They have been offered a hotel prop
osition up there, and went to look
it over. If it looks like a paying
investment, they will close a deal,
return home, pack up and move
to the English city.
H A S NO E Q U A L
T R Y I T A N D B E C O N V IN C E D
3 U L
S T R A W B E R R IE S
B Y T H E C R A T E OR
FO R C A N N IN G OR
T A B L E U SE
C. F. H O W E
f i o a week
W ill Give A w ay a Buggy
Fancy Stationery^ School Supplies
Geo. Estes, S. W. Stryker, 1. Yocum,
John Zobrist, Albert D. Schmidt
Our warm weather took a cold
The water supply to the city was
Sunday night, and Monday morn shut off for a short time last F ri
ing everybody got up cool headed. day, but the trouble was discovered
Mrs. Everett Miller has a rose early enough to prevent the pipes
given her by Mrs. Robert Currin from «going empty.
which measures six inches in di Lovelace and Surface worked until
12 o'clock Friday night removing
dirt that had accumulated in a bend
Photographer Bouney has added
of the main feed pipe and which ob
some up to date apparatus to his
structed the ilow of water. Satur
gallery, and can now take color ef
day morning, the reservoir and ev
erything was again filled with water
Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Lawrence of of sparkling clearness and purity.
Woodburn were here Sunday at the
home of their daughter, Mrs. W. A.
A. F. Shultz was in town Sun
day. Mr. Shultz is acting as re
ceiving and selling agent for a few
to bring us your printing
of the creditors of J. D. Forbes who
Mrs. Samuel Raney moved to the used to do a wholesale wood busi
town of Gresham, Monday, where ness all along the line. Mr. Shultz
they have rented a place near
now selling the wood and divid
ing the filthy lucre among the old
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Brown were customers of Mr. Forbes.
F IL L E D B Y
$1 A Y E A R
Dr. Tate, dentist, will be in E s
tacada Friday p. m. and Saturday,
at Dr. A d ix 's office.
A G E N E R A L B A N K IN G B U S IN E S S
Judge A. N. Johnson of the local
Writes Fire Insurance in Five of the best “ D O L L A R ”
bench spent Sunday with relatives
Handles Real Estate, Town Lots
and frieuds down the valley.
I WARM WEATHER
Mrs. W. M. Yonce Is taking a
short vacation from work in the store
H. N. N O R TH
D. F . Warner is making daily(?)
Geo. Estes, President.
shipments of wool.
cause you always get just what
JU L Y
Ed. Miller returned from Aurora
After once traking with us, be
TH U RSD AY,
The Hotel Estacada
The Cary Hardware Company is
A L L M ODERN C O N V E N IE N C E S
going to make someone a present of
a fine, single seat, covered buggy.
The idea is an advertising scheme,
The above is a picture of Estacada’s public school. Since
QnC of the most delightful Resorts Oil the z
and every etistotner of the hardware
this picture was taken, a fine, substantial fence has been built all
firm is in on the deal. The buggy
around the school grounds, plank walks have been put down, and
is on display in the store, where all
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can see it.
and Tourist irxle Solicited