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The Estacada News
Estacada, Oregon, Thursday, Oct. 19, 1905.
Ladies and Children’s Winter Underwear
In Union and Two-Piece Suits
G O O D B A R G A IN S
IN L A D I E S & C H I L D R E N S H O S E
Mrs. D. C. Crane,
CITY OFFICIAL DIRECTORY
.............................J. W. Reed
..................W. K. Haviland Sr
................................C. F. Howe
W. F. Cary
2,545,940— that’s good
Sunshine and showers.
m illin er
FOR SA L E
Men’s, Women’s & Children’s
Men’s Long, Medium and Short Slickers, Short and
Hip Boots and Aquapelle Leggings
Land with Heavy Fir Timber
Work and Dress Gloves
W h ich is su itab le for
The ice cream season has about
Several creeks and cricks in town
LOGS & P I L I N G
A 1 Havens has been sick with the
grip this week.
Betw een E stacada and C azad e.o.
yards from th e railroad , and 3-4 o f a m ile
from E stacada.
The frost is on the pumpkins.
And the fodder is in the shock.
Mrs. J. J. Davis returned today
from several weeks visit in Idaho.
Price, only $1,000
Mrs. H. W. Downing is getting
C a ll on o r w rite
better which everyone is pleased to
E. C. HUNT, Estacada, Oregon
Dr. Allan of Minnesota has been
quite ill the past week at T. A. person with stationery etc. for reg
ular correspondence if we knew the
A W. Smith, wife and their little
The run-way form the dryer to
daughter are guests at Mr. and Mrs.
the wood-working factory has been
roofed. The new addition to the
Mrs. Perry of Salem arrived here factory is constructed over the side
Monday and will visit relatives. track to permit cars to be run into
The electric light
She is an aunt of Mrs. L. C. Possen.
plant comes quite useful at evenings
Mr. and Mrs S. H. Covell, of and mornings.
Portland, spent Sunday with their
Frank Pierce came back last week
daughter Mrs. S. E. Smith, and from the harvest and threshing
fields of North Dakota.
In spite of the bad weather work among the old friends and acquaint
ances of News editor.
on the Stratton house at the corner fers the mild climate of Oregon to
of Fifth and Broadway has pro the fierce ozone of the east.
gressed quite rapidly.
Will Manufacture Mattresses
A J. Paul is no longer with the
Estacada is certainly coming to
Wood Working Factory. G. W.
Morrow has been put in as General the front as a manufacturing center.
The latest addition to its manufac
Manager of the company.
T. W. Shankland and wife were tories is to be a mattress manufac
out from Portland Sunday to attend turing establishment.
the marriage of Miss Effie Shank- Hyman are the promoters of the new
land at the old home north of town. enterprise. The machinery' has all
This firm’s bed
Ed. Hunt expects to return to
spring manufactory has proved a
Iowa with his parents. Mr. and
wonderful success, and the mattress
Mrs. John Hunt, and will spend the
business will be a winner.
winter there. They go about the
plan is to supply neighboring towns
with the home product.
Sometime ago a person signing next step for this firm to make will
themself "Blue Eyes” sent in some be to put in a bedstead factory.
news items from Currinsville. We
Paul S tru ve died v e r y su d den ly ye ste r
would be pleased to furnish this d a y at L in d erm an 's m ill.
New line just in from best house on the Coast.
Per Pair, 50cts to $1.50
Shoes at Reduced Prices
Yours for business,------------------------
REED & BARR
W E C A N S E L L YOU
E V E R Y T H IN G IN
FU R N ITU R E
Carpets & Rugs, Wall-Paper, Mattings,
Special attention given to Undertaking.
EVERYTHING IN FURNITURE
We believe in a nimble penny
Rather than a slow sixpence.
COOPER & EYMAN,
T h e fun eral o f M r. O ’ N eil to o k place
tod ay at th is place a t n a. m . T h e d e
ceased died at H illsb oro and w as a b ro th
er o f M rs. L u c y G lo ve r.
Last S u n d ay as H en ry M cG u gen , pio
neer o f ’56 and one o f C lack am as c o u n ty ’s
m ost h ig h ly respected citizens, w as step
p in g from th e car at B orin g he slipped
and fe ll s trik in g his head on a fro g o f the
railroad tarck cu ttin g a lo n g gash o v er
th e rig h t e ye clea r to th e sk u ll p rod u cin g
concussion o f th e brain. T h e crew o f the
car p icked him up and put him in the
m ail com partm en t and he was b ro u g h t to
E stacada w h ere local ph ysician put e ig h t
stitch es in th e w ound and later in th e d ay
saw him sa fely at B orin g w here his fa m i
ly m et him and took him to h is hom e
five m iles beyon d S an d y. la t e s t accounts
say th a t he is d o in g as w ell as possible
un der the circu m stan ces. Mr. M cG u gen
is in his 71 y e a r and has resided here
fo r about 40 years
Wc have $5,000 to loan on good
real estate security.— The Bank of