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E ST A C A D A . OREGON. TH U RSD AY, F E B R U A R Y 2, tgir.
NO. 23 OF VOL. 3
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LO C A L N EW S AND
P E R SO N A L M ENTION
A serious accident happened on
Today, February 2nd, is ground
afternoon at trestle bridge
No. 19 on the O. W. P. which re
L. E. Belfils, Cashier
Good board with room at the
sulted in the death of a man and
Park Hotel, $6 per week
his wife. The trestle is about 200
H, Cooper, of Arleta, a former feet long and spans Deep Creek
Geo. A. Steel, Thos. Yocum, John Zobrist, L. E. Belfils ; ; Estucada business man and the The man was a wood chopper em
owner of property here, was in our ployed by C. Z. Lake. He and his
C. A. Eastman
city on Friday on business,
wife were about the center of the
A 1 Lindsey moved last week to trestle when Conductor Adams
the Williams property on Main St. work train cauie suddenly upon
The inotorman, flunking
I am prepared to do all kinds of they were workmen who have been
plow shear and disc grinding —W. repairing since the high water and
A. Rhodes, Tracy neighborhood.
who when a train approaches step
A concrete walk is being laid on down on one of the bench supports,
Broadway in front of Reed and did not discover his mistake until
W e m ake loans—long or
Spark’ s new building and the Fur too late. The couple attempted to
niture company's business place.
crouch by the side of the track hut
short term on good s e c u rity '
The Estacada Pharmacy takes were knocked off and fell to the
subscriptions for any magazine. rocky creek bed, a distance of about
You save the cost and risk in send 60 feet. The woman was instant
ly killed and the man died while
being taken to the hospital at Port
Mrs. A. E. S[ arks left on Mon land.
day morning for Fort Dodge, Iowa,
to visit her mothtr who is not in
good health. She will likely be Yeung Man Dies Of
absent tor a couple of months.
! Geo. A. Steel, Pres.
saaasaaH aasæ BgaEM sasæ œ a seBEasaagsa
Better Be Safe Than Sorry
Get a n A b stra c t berore y o u buy
Ii yo u are alread y a landholder,
be sure you re a lly o w n the land de
scribed in yo u r deed.
Our Abstracts 01 Clackamas C o u n t y titles
stand the test.
C l a c k a m a s T it l e C o m p a n y , in c .
E S T A B L IS H E D I S 0 3
Head Offices: 509-511 Chamber of Commerce Building.
Mdse, for Cash
Mdse, for Cash
C. A. Eastman, Vice Près. !
Si A Y E A R
P O R T LA N D , O R E .
&rant SB. S/tileu, Secretary
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Mrs. H. W, Kuhlman arrived in
Just entering young manhood
Estacada on Wednesday evening to
remain for some time visiting at the Neil L Gordon was suddenly called
by death at the age of nineteen
home of her parents.
years on Thursday last.
They have it —good fresh vege
he was fatniliaily called by his
tables, Go and see them. Pen-
friends had just recently recovered
land & Jorg
from a six week:, illness of typhoid
J. G. Wanhope, state organizer and was just commencing to get
socialist^ party of Oregon,
will about nicely when he was taken
speak in Estacada on Saturday Fell. down by pneumonia.
\ at 7:30 P. M.
Everyone wel thought better to take him to St.
Vincents Hospital in Portland that
Mr, Givens, agent of the P. R. he might have the best attention
L. &. P. Co. while not an ordained possible. He only survived the
minister, preached for the Christian attack nine days however.
church congregation last Sunday survived by his mother Mrs. Laura
evening. He will also preach next A. Benjamin of Dodge and two
brothers Rex C. ot Colton and
Harold L. of ¿stacada, also one
San Francisco has won in her
sister Mrs. Mable A. Benjamin.
fight with New Orleans in the first
He was elected at the last meet
round for the 19 15 fair. The Na
ing of the Estacada Fire Depart
tional House of Representatives on
ment a member of that company
Tuesday in a final vote favored the
and the pallbearers at his funeral
western city by a vote of 259 to 43,
were six of his firemen associates.
W a n t e d —Highest price
paid Interment was made on Friday at
for eggs at ’thUPalace Meat Market the Springwater Cemetery.
Penlaud & Jorg.
Datling was the minister in charge.
Walter Givens is the júiew agent
for the P. R. L. & P- Co. in Esta
Robbery And Fire
cada. He comes from Manhattan,
Kansas, is’ marrtedjand expects to
Samuel Beary, of 323 Morrison
move his family here as soon as he St., Portland, last week met with
can secure a house.
serious loss by what is reported to
Mr. and Mrs, W. B. Potwin left be burglary and fire. His place had
Estacada on Thursday for Kansas, a safe but this had been three times
their old home to attend some busi before broken opeu and robbed He
ness matters. They expect to be had, since the last robbery, left it
open and kept his money in a tin
absent about a month.
The population of Clackamas box which was hid in an out of the
county is given out from Washing way place. On Fiiday night he
ton D, C. as 29,931, divided as fol neglected to hide the box. It con
lows, white, 29,769; negro, 9; In tained about $200 iii money, $.80 of
which belonged to the Knights of
dian 9; Chinese, 68; Japanese, 75.
Pythias of which order he was
The state population is 672,765.
treasurer. This was gone and the
Don’ t forget to get your dinner, building discovered on fire. He re
at the Park Hotel for 25 cents.
ports his loss at $7,000 on his stock
County Commissioner Mattoon is of goods in addition to the money
now a full fledged Estacadaian hav loss. He is the owner of the build
ing moved from his ranch near ing in Estacada occupied by Mr.
Viola here to the house he has just Waterbury.
finished erecting in the Zobrist Ad
700,000,000 Feet Of
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
Let us figure on that Plumbing job.
How about a new set Harness?
We can rig them in style, if you like.
American Gentlem en
10 & 15 c.
Shoes fo r Men
1.50, 2.50 &
3.50, 4 and *5
American Lady Shoes for
ladies, 3.50 & $ 4
Next week we invoice.
next week we will tell you
about Bargain Goods
E S T A C A D A M E R C A N T IL E co.
Mr. C. A, Johnson spent Satur-
day and Sunday with his cousin
Mrs. Gibson at Barton.
Did you read of the ‘slides’ ’
Mr. Ed. Harders and Miss Ionia
during the recent storm.
and Harold Joyner and Carl Lins
they were all bluff.
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs, James Smith was taken to
Klinker on Sunday night.
the hospital last week.
Mr, Gus Jennsen was the guest
been ill for some time. Physicians
are unable at this writing to tell the of Miss Hulda Paulsen on Sunday
exact nature of the trouble or just
Mr, and Mrs. Peter Paulsen were
how serious her condition is.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Some of their young friends
Johnson on Sunday.
spent a very happy evening, help
Go to Fred Lins to get your
ing Willie Hoffmeister and Russell
Jones celebrate their birthdays last choping done. He does good work
They played and at any time.
games, pulled taffy and ate cake.
Lester Rivers hounds ran a wolf
one day last week and Lavid Hoff
meister shot it on or near Wm.
Howletls place. The dogs are only
eight months old.
The wolf was
all Dave wanted to pack, even dur
ing the excitement.
For the first time in its existence
the house on the Levi. Rfvers place
is occupied. The tenants are bach
elors and are working for Mr. Kits-
The weather looks like spring
again and it may be winter is over.
We have had a delightful season
thus far. Prospects for crops of all
kinds are good. Fall sown grain
looks fine and if Jack Frost does
not prevent we will surely have a
bountiful crop of fruit.
“ It isn’ t the drop in wages that
hurts a man so much as the drop
he takes after getting his wages.
That's what drops him, ’’
Mr. Leo Rath is clearing some
land on his 40 acres and is going to
put out a small orchard.
right Leo, next will he a house.
Look out boys, get your cans
w . A. JO N E S
P R O P R IE T O R
Good rigs and careful drivers alway9
Hunting and Fishing Parties
WOOD & LUMBER
f-ocal and Long Distance Telephone
We h a n d le
a n y t h in g
r e la t iv e to th e
Mr. Frank Lane, of Portland,
was out and spent a day with his
brother who is clearing for him on
There will be preaching next
Sunday at the church at 10:30 A.
R. M. March has been off work
CHAPIN & HfRIOW, of Portland
M. and 2:30 P. M. Pastor A. H.
since last Thursday suffering with
a case of lagrippe. It lias formed
Washington, January 3 1 . —Re
Vancouver, Wash., were united in
W hen in need of anything in Furniture call and look
an abcess in his head.
Rev. Browne, of Esta
day he went to Portland to have an
Death Of Little Child
over our line and get prices. W e carry a good line of Wall
Oidy the c^osj
operation, which Dr. Adix advised nations made by National Forest
Paper, Matting, Carpets, Linoleum, Iron Beds, Springs, 1 I was necessary to reliev the tro.uble. officers, of the lands burned over in
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. friends of the contracting part.es
the forest fires of last summer in
R, S. Coop died on the 26th day of were present, Dinner was served
Mattresses, Blankets, Comforts, Portiers, Queensware, and
Mrs. Ella Duel of Ballard, and Washington and Oregon, which
January 1911. He was born at the after whicli the happy couple de
Mrs. Lillian Linton of Oregon City have been received by the U. S.
in fact most everything in house furnishing.
Good Samaritan Hospital in Port parted for Vancouver. Wash.,
are at present visiting with the Deparment of Agriculture, show
land, Oregon, April 23rd, .910 and ! whcre ,bcy wil1 make their fulure
W e also carry the Columbia Graphophones, one of the
families of L Y . Congdon, Rev. that the national forest timber loss
was therefore 9 months and 3 days | ll(
Darling and A. J. Darling. These in these states is about 700,000.000
best machines on the market, at prices ranging from $17.50
old. He had been ill since the j
are old hack East friends, their feet. This is somewhat less than
up to $200.00. A lso records and needles.
former homes being in Michigan.
was indicated by the provisional
were laid to rest in the Lone Oak
Fat cattle wanted; the fatter the
School estimates made shortly after the
Cemetery near Estacada.
better.— See Penland & Jorg.
basket ball team Suffered a defeat at
A piece of flannel damjtened with
iGiesham on last Friday night.
It importance, as a means of protect
Howard-Strunk Marriage Chamberlain's
ing the forests against fires, of the
The snow is all gone and every-
Liniment and bound « n
j was their first game and the boys
I to tbc affected parts is superior to any
ESTACADA FURNITURE CO.
I say they went up against a hunch
plaster. When trouble«! with lame back,
On Sunday last at the home
The score of 2 1 0 4 5 Department to open new range to the nice warm weather,
or pains in the side or chest give it a
W . D. and L . M. Henthom, Proprietors
was not disheartening to them as
from Kay Woodle's place at Eagle Howard of Dodge, Miss Mary C. pleased with the prompt relief which it
they were glad to make the score of
Howard and Mr. Wm. Strunk, of affords. Soi l by all good dealers.
Creek on Monday.
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