The Estacada news. (Estacada, Or.) 1904-1908, March 09, 1905, Image 1

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The Estacada News
No. 15.
Trade at home.
Work on the telephone line is pro­
Mrs. A. F. Shultz arrived here
last Saturday.
John B. Haviland is in Portland
today on business.
Geo. Grimshaw and family have
moved to Sellwood.
Mrs. W. K. Haviland, Sr. was a
j>assanger to town, Wednesday.
Sabbath school will be held in the
school house at the usual hour.
Estacada, Oregon, Thursday, March 9, 1905.
presented by the railroad company ;
with a check of $ioo. If Mr. Ad- i
ams had not leversed the power and
backed away from the run-a-way
car, the mail car would have been
smashed into a thousand pieces and
its eleven occupants killed.
How unsatisfactor the mail order
method is.
A man near here who
got his wife through the matimon-
ial newspaper route is now asking
the courts to grant him a divorce.
It serves the poor man right. He
should have patronized the home
market and he would have known
what he was getting.
Never send
away for anything when you can
get the same article at home, and
there is less possibility of getting
Ed. Duncan, who was taken sick
some time ago with the grip, died
last night at his home one mile east
of town
Mr. Duncan was taken
seriously sick a week ago and a phy- •
sician was called in, b it t ie path nt
graually grew worse. His sickness
developed into acute miningitis from
whieh death occuied. Doctors Fen­
ton and Rocky of Portland were |
called in consultation. Mr. Duncan
was 26 years of age, and leaves a
young wife and child.
He was an
honored citizen, and a member of
the I. O. O. F.
The lodge meets
at 8 1 m tomorrow to arrange for
the funeral which will be at 2 p m.
Get the habit
Of using a good article in the grocery line.
Quality always regulating the price, and the
price always right ...................................................
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Spring is here and you want
Garden Seeds and Choice Onion Sets
W. A. Jones is having an addition
built to his house on his new lots on
Currin street.
T. A. Miller and MertObert went
to Coney Island Sunday to work on
the band stand.
Mrs. E. H. Wills is living with
Mrs. H. Warfield while their Jius-
bands are away.
Mrs. J. A. Buchanan returned to
Koseburg with her sister, and will
. . . . P io n e e r R e a l E s ta te M a n o f E s ta c a d a . . . .
visit a month with her people.
Mrs. Stubbe was a business visit­
or to Oregon City and Portland,
Monday, returning Tuesday.
Mrs. Emma Fulton of Arleta act­
ed as Supt. of the Sabbath school,
Sunday. Mr. McPherson being ab­
Miss Lulu Cloyd, of Roseburg, Seven Carloads of Material for
Wood Factory
has l>een here a week visiting v,er
sister, Mrs. J. A. Buchanan, and
The Estacada Wood Manufactur­
ing Company has received two cars
Edw. OBLANDER, Prop’ r.
An agent for a Erie, Penn., firm of brick to lie used in the new plant.
was examining the site with a view Five cars loaded with machinery are
K eep s th e best of
The railroad
of putting in a bid for building the also on the track.
company is rapidly completing the
brick plant.
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Schock and switch running to the factory which reliable bacon
three friends arrived from Iowa, will allow the brick and machinery
to be run in and unloaded.
Monday. Mr. Schock owns a piece
Mr. and Mrs. James Johns are in
of land just across the river from
town today. Mr. Johns looking up
town on which they will make their the business prospects. John Scott
of Portland accompanies them.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Jones came
W. C. T. U.
home, Monday, after nearly a week
Mrs. Lucia Additon, state presi­
spent in town.
Mr. Jones was in
St. Vincent’s hospital only one day. dent; Mrs. Emma Fulton, secretary;
and Mrs. Annie Newell, state evan­
Both received severe shocks in the gelist, of thie State W. C. T. U.
were here Sunday last and held a
J. F. Lovelace is going into the meeting in the afternoon. Quite a
grain and produce commission busi­ number attended, and after an ad­
dress given by Mrs. Additon a un­
He will ask the railroad Co. ion was organized with twelve njem-
for a site near the electric power bers
Officers were elected as fol­
house for a warehouse.
It is his low: Mrs. Minnie Williams, presi­
dent; Mrs. T. A. Miller, Vice-Pres.
intention to build soon.
Mrs. May Reed. Cor. secretary;
M. H. Richards and Mrs Harry Mrs. Lillian Surface, recording sec­
Mann of South Dakota, have rented retary; Mrs. C. E. Knight, treas.;
the Portland restaurant of Mr. Reed Rev. H. C. Stubbs, evangelistic
and they are going to continue the superintendent; Mrs. D. Stubbs,
restaurant business. Mr. Richards temp, literature; Mrs. M. Williams,
Supt. Press Dept.
The first meet­
is an old friend of A. F. Campbell. ing of the new union will be held at W h ta wanting anything come anil get price« ami «re m y stock <>( go.«!*
His family will arrive here in a few the home of Mrs. Stubbs, Saturday
March 1 1 , at 3 p. m.
The follow­
Undertaking Goods and Work a Specialty
ing ladies joined also, Mrs. E. H.
Bob Adams, the moterman who Wills, Mrs. H. J. Warfield. Mrs.
prevented a very serious accident in H. W. Downing and Mrs. E. Y o ­
the railroad collision last week. was cum.
Thos. J. C U R TIS.
Improved farms, Wild lands and Timber claims for sale
Also some excellent town lots
Palace Meat Market!
. fresh & Salt Meats
I have just added to my stock of Furniture a nice line of
Toilet Sets, Wall Paper and Rockers,
that I am selling at prices that cannot be beat
0 CARPETS * no RUGS ' 0
I have a good variety of samples of Carpets to select from
and can give perfect fits for your floors
Rugs in almost any size, style and price
Matting and Oil Cloth
H. COOPER, the Furniture Dealer