■*»- ' í » ~ \\ 'V NO. 20 op VOL. 3 E ST A CA D A , OREGON, TH U R SD AY, JA N U A R Y 12, 1911. Estacada State Bank Geo. A. Steel, Pres. C. A. Eastman, Vice Pres. L. E. Belfíls, Cashier DIRECTORS: Geo. A. Steel, Thos. Yocum, John Zobrist, L. E. Belfils C. A. Eastman c/4ccounts Solicited Better Be Safe Than Sorry Get an A b s t r a c t be to re y o u b u y LO CA L N EW S AND PERSO NAL MENTION î K: ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ : Death Of T. J. Mathews T. J Mathews died Dec 29th at the home of his son David I’. Mat j Don't forget to get your dinner, hews in Milwaukie, Ore. Mr. Mathews had been an old j at the Park Hotel for 25 cents. resident ot this section, coming here j Arrnuud Adams is laid up at near to where Estacada now is in I home by sickness. 1882 from Alabama and taking up S. W, Childers, who sold his a homestead where he lived until ranch in Spriugwater sometime ago, about five years ago, when owing has Income a resident of St Johns. to his feebleness and the illness of I am prepared to file and fix the his wife they moved to Selhvood to Mrs teeth of your horse so that he can live with their daughter. enjoy life. Price $1, E. M. Miller. Mathews died about four years ago, since which time Mr. Mathews lias It is coming and you will all made his home with his children. want to see it. Stop, look and T. J Mathews was horn Jan, io, listen. It is coming. A s k --------. 1823 in Turn He was married to A sister, from Dakota, of Mrs. Penuilia Norman also of the same Win. Straight is paying her a visit state. After a residence in A la at present, bama they, with their children, came West. Mr. Mathews was a P'rank Rhodes made his usual He is trip to Estacada in a rowboat on soldier in the Union army. Wednesday. We had some snow survived by the following children and the boat was drawn by two John II Mathews, of Springfield, Ore,, Oliver S, Mathews, who horses. lives south of Estacada, David P. The Estacada Pharmacy takes and James E. Mathews, of Milwau subscriptions for any magazine. kie, Ore., and Mrs. Auttie Stoler, You save the cost and risk in send of Sell wood, Ore. ing. Ills body was laid to rest in the Mrs. J. R. Townsend has been Milwaukie Cemetery on Sunday confined to her bed for several days January 1st. Rev. Thomas offici- past with typhoid fever. We uie cialed at the religious services glad to report that at this writing Capt. Shaw also made some fitting she is improving. remarks concerning the life of the The regular business meeting ot deceased. for Cash Read the Want Ads. SAU the Epworth League will be held in the league room of the M. E, Notice Church next Friday eveniug. A social will be held in conclusion. The annual meeting of the stock The place where it will be held holders of the Estacada Telephone will be announced at the business & Telegraph Co. will be held on meeting. Saturday February 11, II. J. Chevron and family of — E. S. W o m e r , Sec. Hood River have been spending the past week with Mr. and*,Mrs. S. P. Waterbury. Mrs. Chevron is a Famous Quartett Sings daughter of Mr. Waterbury Mr. Estacada Chevron is an authority on fruit growing, having had charge of a The J. W. Reed home was made> j Hood River fruit farm for a number more beautiful than ordinarially i of years last Friday evening in anticipation 1 Ii you are already a landholder, be sure you really own the land de scribed in your deed. I $i A YEA R In Mdse, for Cash We are unloading a car of Field Fence. We would be pleased to do your Electric Wiring Give us a chance at that new Plow, Harrow or Buggy f Let us figure on that Plumbing job. How about a new set Harness? We can rig them in style, if you !:ke, We sel! McCall Patterns 10 & 15 c. Am erican Gentlem en S h o e s for Men 3.30, 4 and $5 American Lady Shoes for ladies, 3.50 & $ 4 Hats for Gentlemen 1.50, 2.50 & $ 3.00 Next week we invoice. The ! next week we will tell you about Bargain Goods Piuex— the new remedy for of responses to invitations which coughs and colds for sale at the Es had previously been issued for an At Home by Mr. ami Mrs. ],. E ¡1 tacada Pharmacy. Mr. ami Mrs. J W. 1A The building of Reed & Sparks Belfils and fa 'ImB1 -'m zu T Z . „ -X.. .'TÓ’Tíi.r. ’ ¿m ¡ car:- 'sacri.sT^rüaj; eamest t Ree l. 1 lie home was very beau I which was the old dry kiln at the t fully decorated with mistletoe, woodworking plant was placed in nd Christmas 'ltr fftteen ani* Professor James was Good board with room at the position ou Broadway on Monday (,rit,un RraP)e’ ct dar a Our Abstracts 01 Clackamas County titles tree ornaments. The guests began f honored with the responsible Park Hotel, $6 per week where it will be converted into a With a few W. A. Jones is having an ad- as jester. stand the test. building to be occupied by Brou arriving early and while yet not PJS'l'on late in the evening most of the virv appropriate remarks from the dition built to his barn. son's moving picture show. It will JONES guests had arrived and games were I jester one of the most successful Five stalwart and fearless nim- be ready to occupy in about thirty I’ROl RIKTOR in full swing. Considerable merri social evenings which have ever rods started for the hills close to l a c k a m a s it l e o m p a n y I N C . days. Good rigs and c; refnl d r v e r a always ment was caused by some of the been experienced by the citizens of Estacada on Wednesday for the ESTA B L ISH ED 1 8 9 3 SPECIAL ATTENTION | Estacada was brought to a happy Postmaster Johnson was called to young ladies wishing to remain Head Offices: 509-511 Chamber of Commerce Building. PO RTLAN D , OkH. purpose of hunting down a monster Given Hunting u.t I 'u ii.ig Turtle* Portland by the serious illness of seated under the mistletoe in Mayor | termination and the guests after a timber wolf that was said to be bis little niece Ethel Doreusou. Reeds presence. A little scuffle en last good night returned to their y nan k SB. Sfii/ru. Secretary homes to dream of the good time feed,n8 on a sma11 band of sheep WOOD & LUMBER Wold was received since lie left of sued and in which some say the ; since tile snow has fallen. There Local and Long Distance Telephone they had had, the childs deatn, which sad event Mayor came out victorious. is only one reason why it is not | occured on Monday. Her death The hobbies as acted by the [ dead now and that is it could not was due to an operation for ap guests furnished another good F'at cattle wanted; the fatter tbe i be found. pendicitis which had been per laugh until Robt. Curriu arose with 1 letter.— See Penlaod Sc Jorg. There are about four hundred formed about a week before. about a quarter of a very luscious men now employed at the River John Zobrist was in Portland on looking pie and proceeded to stow Mill power site. The work is pro Promised Storm Came Tuesday ou a business trip and it away. Great tears could lie seen gressing very favorably. There are trickling down some of the men’ s when he came hack he owned The storm that was promised by about eighteen families who live in another bouse and lot in Estacada. faces who were compelled to sit and temporarily constructed houses and He bought the little house located behold "Bob” carefully guidiug the Ithe weather man arrived Sunday canvas tents. This with the offices, wedged shaped piece of ‘ ‘goodness’ ’ with a h ’a,e of wind and su Ulenlj just north of the wood working of the plant from Chas. Beers and intends to bis mouth, not even losiug a I turned about dusk to a downpour , warerooms aud workshops single crumb by dropping on the! of rain, which continued through- construction company give, the lo- to move into it himself. Mr. Zo floor. out the night and Monday. It be- cahty a cityfied appearance. They brist says be wants to be a bonified The Hobby Quartett which had ! coming slightly colder snow fell on expect to complete this plant dur- resident of the city. betn procured at great expense and Monday night and Tuesday. The ' 9 11 However a fair estimate The new Governor, Oswald West storm is reported to have come by some who are familiar with the trouble to the entertainers, ple.dsed 11 took the oath of office ou Tuesda, i rp rc sentinq the audience with some very ap fro n Alaska ami will continue on amount of work to he accomplished Christmas is over and the new year is here. We sincerely afternoon. Be r Selling, president w'd take at least two years CHAPIN & III KtOW, of Portland propriate songs. It was a rare op East. These predictions were made say thank our patrons for your courteous treatment and liberal patron to complete the plant. of the Senate, presided. His in 1 the latter part of last week when portunity to hear the greatest sing augural address was quite length, age of the past year and ask n continuance of it for 19:1. Qll Monday evenil,K a nmnber ot ^ T ’00 in, "".’ncy’ **’"• ers of the day and the guests fully we were having fine weather. The and full of good advise to the legis appreciated the short time that the storm has verified the prediction of memliers of the Masonic fraternity ro. '"SeRv.-s‘in one of the fibres dose We have tried to serve you to the best of our ability in the lature. Hearty cheers greeted the of the weather bureau sufficient to mel jn ¡i;staca(]a State Bank to to his store and hu and his wife ,vere past and will try and make it more pleasant for you this year, if it i Governor as he appeared in the hall two gentlemen and ladies, who con stitnte the quarte», could give to I show the value of scientific methods cotlsjder the advisability of es- at the store at th_• time. About 5 1 also in the delivering of his ad is our power to do so. We are always increasing our stock and al and the study of weather conditions la|,i,siUg a local lodge here. They nc'Rhh<>rs discovered the residence them. dress. The pule riacutu reached a a velocity of 60 U|et . w|l|| a unanimoUS opinion from c to be on fire and gave the alarm and \ciucuy ui mi ways handle the best for the lowest possible prices. We are ready Refreshments were soon served 1 ne 1 did all in their power to assift in pre- We do not know of a busier place and the men who had a short time I miIes au hour nt Sc’atlle‘ 75 at As- those present that now was the venting the destruction of other at all times to give you our attention and prices, which we think anywhere tin n in Eslacsd i. All before witnessed the disappearing lo,ia aud 34 a‘ Portland. We have time to make the effort and all property, as it was di< vu that they are as low as the lowest. tnr tion o f the houses are full and a demand of their favorite article of dessert lieeu reading of storms and damage agreed that the establishment of a I couId not prevent th. through the Middle U’gst and cx- here would ^ |> eIM .f)ciai to the property on fir.. It w a fortunate Cowe in and see us and get prices before going elsewhere and for more. We advised our people with tears, now seemed to have cx- were treme East, while Estacada is only a|]< It is expccted that j„ the ‘^ en d 'w ith^ n o'1 fV'n tie a year ago to be ptepared for just perienced a very much change c.f be convinced for yourselves. the recent now experiencing her first sem- cour.e 0f a few months it will tie storm or they too woulb be these conditions. More houses are ntind and could even lie seen smil- in che». It Again we thank you for the past and solicit your patronage in being near the pay-day Mr. G ian had needtd, some lines of business irg an 1 bestowing knowing winks blance of Winter. It is warm and acctmlpllsUed. > !i .hecks could be entered into profitably at each other. Mr. Belfils annottn- we anticipate that the beautiful the future. and this wa., at the time in the house, More laboring men are needed. ced that a certain cike contained snow will have a very short stay. The fire is supposed to have b ien caused by an electric wire. Lost $ 8000 , Six years ago plenty of men found three different colored iieans and We are still digging “ taters” out F ire B u rn s D w e llin g Mr. Gwinn m sirt us to of our garden as we need them employment here cutting wood at the (ar.->on-. who found them were And Contents noinsurai.ee. thank h i-re n , . r , who did all they could to ?;»ve his loss. from 85 to 90 cents per cord. Now to be king, queen and jester. Rev. They have it good fresh vege- . ,. , r , . „ they can get $1.25 per cord aud Brown ■ succeeded in landing the ™ " A di-»*tereur fire occured at Caza you can not get men to do it even lttckv prize for king, while Mrs. ta its. Go and see them G et a g.-od meal ■ t the ILik Ho* leu dero on Weu s.áy after ,on in which Adix found the bean which made land & Jorg , E. A. Gw inn lost ell his koa «hold tel for ?5 eeuts. H* 4 mí ..|. s +.M-+ -Í.+ 4 - « at that price. E S T A C A D A M E R C A N T IL E co. Livery, Feed & Sale C T C STABLE w. A Money' to Loan on good farm se curity" SrA\[)!S EROS. ESTACADA FURNITURE CO.