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E ST A C A D A , OREGON, TH U R SD A Y , A U G U ST 20, 1908.
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L O C A L N E W S AND
P E R SO N A E M ENTION
E. L. Wonacott made a trip into
; Portland last week.
Floyd Holder has been on the
sick list but is recovering.
Mrrf. J. P'nkley has returned from
visiting friends in Portland.
After once trading with us, be
cause you always get just what
you order and want. A good
supply always on hand, and it
is fresh and the best on the mar
ket. Phone us for what you are
in need of
Asa Hawkins is back from his
trip in the mountains.
A baby born on Saturday to Mr.
and Mrs. Smith, of George, died.
Mrs. II. V. A dix andson, Victor
returned from the beach Monday.
J. W. King and wife were up to
Pendleton last week to see their
newly acquired property.
Dr. Hewitt has rented liis farm
to E. L. Wonacott.
H. N. N O R TH
Chas. Kitching has gone to work
for W. M. Yonce, taking the place
of Harry Allen.
Miss Mae Stephens who will be
instuructor in the primary room of
the Estacada school next year was a
visitor here this week.
Just the thing on these cool, Summer evenings
They are light, yet keep you warm
W E HAVE A LINS OF
“ DALES “
Handles the best Fresh and
Cured Meats Obtainable
Orders Promptly Filled for Out-of-Town, and City Trade
Van Duren & Gerber,
P re s c rip tio n s
FILLED BY US
AND YOU WILL BE SATISFIED
Cigars, Post Cards, Fishing Fackle
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
THE BANK OF ESTACADA
New and larger offices
in Chamber of Com
merce, Portland, rooms
Facilities. Call for in
formation relating to
Lands and Titles
T r a n s a c ts A G e n e r a l B a n k in g B u s i n e s s
Party at Mayor Heylman's
Mayor and Mrs. W. A. Hevlmati
entertained a party of friends Sun-
1 day at Fern Lodge.
Alrout a mile of new road is be were Mrs. Hyde Lady Command
ing built on the main road out to er of Queen
Garfield. Crushed rock worked up Lampson, Past Grand Commander;
by the crusher is !>eing put into a Mrs. McFaddeu, O. W. Olson and
bed first worked out in the middle wife; F. C. Austin, General Agent
of the road. The road thns built is of the Bankers' Life Insurance Co.,
said to be O K, and much cheaper and wife; and W. M. Capus, all of
1 in the end than the plank road.
Money to-Loan on Real Estate
F . & F . B. R ile y ,
This bank has the local agency for some of the very best
Fire Insurance Companies.
Dr. T A T E
A p p oin tm en ts m ay be m ade
w ith Dr. A d ix .
Let 11s write your policy. : :
If you have money to loan, we will place it for yon.
have Real Estate for sale, list it with us, as we have no
W ill v isit E stacad a on F rid a y and
S atu rd a y o f each w e e k
property of our own for sale and can push
Our lawyer will attend to all of your legal business, drawing
papers of every kind
Barber Shop Sold
the Gill Bros, garden yards while he has ^
Mrs. William Palmateer has re getting along on the farm here.
turned to lone after a week's visit
Prof. J. E. Stubbs took the state
[with Mrs. J. A. Reid.
teachers’ examination last week.
After spending three weeks with
Mrs. J. A. Reid, Mrs. Neefus, her
daughter and sister, have returned
ihadeland Wonder Oats
Fotografer Bonney has moved j Wm. II. Kandle brought a sam
his gallery onto the lot North-of the \ pie of oats to town Saturday which
he raised on his Springwater farm
this year. They stand over 6 feet
Mrs. Clara Ford was spending
high, aifd are well filled with oats.
last week with her sister, Mrs. W.
They are called the Sha deland Won
der and aw from seel he purchased
Presiding Elder Rowland was in in Portland paying $1.25 a bushel.
Estacada a couple days this week in They are prolific yiclders.
conferedce with the local pastor,
Rev. M. B. Parounagian.
New Crushed Rock Road
Mrs. James Steel was taken to a company from John Yost and J. R.
! Portland hospital to receive treat Wilson.
Mr. A. E. French has bought the
ment and be operated on for an ab-
Mrs. George'Dale and sister Hel- Richards barber ^
and took llos.
She is reported to be doing
en Berry are living at Russellvilj s, ssl0n ,asr Tbl,rsday. Mr. French
for awhile. Mr. Dale has charge o f , ¡s ;m old resident of Sellwobd where
Come in and see our
Big line in the
We also carry the
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 ar, close to 10c pr $100 as possible, it
being the usual rate throughout the state
W. A . HFYLMAN,
workjng at his trade
the boys are away.
for a number of years. His family
Edwin Bates has his new house will move here, but one of his ba-
on the tract he purchased in the hies is sick just now.
Boswell addition well along, and it
will not be long before Mr and Mrs.
E. M. Miller, the hustling real
j estate man, made a visit Sunday to
Mr. Patterson, the big hop grow Bates can more to town to live.
er of Gervias, has been around here
A good organ for sale cheap.
his grandmother near Jefferson.
bireing pickers for his bop fields.
See O. James at electric power sta
Miss Lillie Glendening and her
Two lots too by too feet, house tion at Faraday.
sister, Miss Minnie, of Portland,
and all outbuildings, well, fenced;
P. Ryning, who has a farm near were guests of Mrs. L. E .* Belfils
only $375. Easy terms. A bargain. Shaniko, came over last week to see and family last Sunday.
— Bank of Estaqada.
the family, and how everything was
]( Home cured Hams and Bacon, and rendered Lard )[
Geo. Estes, S. W. Stryker, T. Yocum,
^ John Zobrist, Albert D. Schmidt
Ed. Gray has sold his homestead Shultz took a ride on the new elec
■ of 160 acres East of Estacada to H. tric line to Salem last Sunday.
W Close for $800.
Wheat on the farm of L- Hale at
The Estacada State Bank has e- Currinsville threshed 35 bushels to
quipped its banking room with a the acre.
Staats money changer which is the
The Mount Hood Brewing Com
■ ery latest improvement in use a- pany lias begun an attachment suit
inong banks for rapid counting of in judge F. M. Gill's court to re
cover $128 claimed to be owing the
Rev. S. E. Dubois, who preach
es in the Presbyterian church in
Springwater, will occupy the M. E.
pulpit in Estacada Sunday.
Parounagian will preach at his oth
er appointments as usual.
Cash paid for Hides and Market Produce
Five acres of land joining the
W. M. Yonce was taken sick a
week ago with what later developed townsite for sale $400. See Bank
e\ into typhoid fever. Monday he of was
K j j taken to St Vincent hospital, and is
Phil Steinman is home from Linn
j » j reported to be getting along nicely.
Washington. He has been with a
j W. H. Kandle and wife were in-
surveying crew up that way.
tiated into the Rebekah lodge at
Cecil Schock and Karl Cary have
last Saturday’ s meeting.
been out of the mountains the past
The Knights of Pythias of Port
wetk, but expect to return up into
land and their families, two cars of
the reserve again today.
them, picnicked at Estacada yester-
been married to Mr. E. N. Howe of
Wm. Wilson and wife Sundayed
j at Orchard Home, the home of Mr.
Road Overseer Marshall is work
: and Mrs. Boswell.
ing on the East approach to the
The Estacada Rebekahs are ptan-
Clackamas bridge near town.
j ning on having a hayrack ride and
The n th of August was the date
picnic next Sunday. The party will
I start from town at 8 o'clock in the of the city council’s regular meeting
morn ng, go to Eaglr creek and but no meeting was held.
pend the day.
Miss Helen Berry and Mr. Geo.
That we would be pleased to show you
When you want a new pair of
Geo. Estes, President.
S. W. Stryker, Vice-President
F. E. Belfils, Cashier
FU R N IT U R E & HOUSEHOLD
GOODS FOR S A L E
Having sold the farm, I wish to
sell our household goods and furni
ture J. W. King, ( on the Locker-
Mason Jars, Rubbers and Caps
Milt Oakley came over frowNcw-
berg Sunday for a few days' visit
with his folks.
WILL LOOK GOOD TO YOU. AT
Mrs. Eva Kessler was a visito at
the home of Mrs. W. A. Jones last
Saturday and Sunday.
C. F. H O W E ’ S
Scott 9 t Stubbs, the paint and
paper firm, have dissolved partner
Notice T o Ncw| Pltrons
All unpaid accounts on subscrip
tion to Tint N ews are payable to
the new proprietors; those who have
p>aid for the paper in advance w i'l
b* furnished tlteir paper as usual,
All outstanding accounts for advet-
rising and material and services ren-
dered up to and including this date
art; to he P8'^ 1 ° the undersigned.
H. A. W illia m s .
$ to a week
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