Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916, March 18, 1915, Image 2

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    Now Is The Time
Free Service
To Gel That New Range
A LORAIN Steel Range has many advantages over a
Cast Stove, the chief ones are the saving of FUEL, its
Made Right, it puts the Heat where Heat Belongs, it
is known as the “Aristocrat of Stovedom.” Price $50.(10.
Absolutely GUARANTEED. We have other GOOD
Ranges from $29.75 up, and Cook Stoves from $10.00 up.
Let US handle the details
of YOUR TAX Payments.
You furnish us a description
of your property and
pay through the
Bert H. Finch
County Buys Crusher
Mitchell - Miller Wedding
Bride Drowned in Well
C. Miller of Hstacada and
Uoad supervisor, Chas. Duncan Mrs Chas Jeanette
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Mitchell of Portland,
of Garfield, last Monday unload­ were
quietly married in Oregon
and utter y false |
ed the rock crusher at Estacada, Citv, Monday. March 15 ’ h, at the versions rumors
of the sad affair were,
which was recently purchased by Court House, the Rev. Rees of Es
the county from the P. R. L. & tacada officiating.
current also, with their attend­
P. Co. This crusher has been The wedding was a surprise to ant surmises and exaggerations,
located at River Mill and will be all but tbeir closest ftiends. and the but these were entirely ground­
moved onto the Reagan hill as ceremony
was witnessed onlv hv less and out of consideration and
soon as the weather permits.
Mrs. Mitchell's daughter and Judge respect for the immediate family
Inasmuch as the Reagan hill Andeison.
and relatives of the deceased,
road is to have a large amount of Mr. Miller has rented the Clark the
less that such talk is dis­
work this season, the crusher Posson
house ift Hstacada and will
cussed, the less heart ache and
will be located there temporarily. move into it at once
Supervisor Duncan also expects
friends of Mr Miller pain it will cause them.
to rebuild or repair the worn and The his many
The funeral services in charge
bride wish them much hap­
spots on the Wilson hill road and piness for their future
of undertakers, Henthorn and
other similar places in his dis­
Chapman, were held Wednesday
afternoon at the Estacada Meth­
Logan Dramatics
church where hundreds of J
A suggestion was made some The lounger
of Logan friends and neighbors paid their j
time ago about the advisability will present a five people
drama, entit­ last tribute to the departed, j
of the county purchasing the P. led “ The Fruit of act
his F o lly", Fri- Amid a profusion of floral offer-!
R. L. & P. Co.’s rock crusher dar evening the 19th.
Boner’ s ings, Mr. A. Demoy of Estacada j
and quarry above Cazadero and Theatre in Hstacada. at Reserved
preached the funeral sermon and j
operating it for general county seals
35c at Marchhank's, general appropriate music was rendered ;
use. For the road districts near admission
The proceeds will by Mrs. Morton and Mrs. Woos- \
the railway lines, this crushed b- given 25c.
to the Upper Logan ter. The interment was at Lone
rock would be a benefit, but for school and everyone
is urged to at Oak Cemetery.
those districts requiring an up tend.
hill haul from the railway, it
Mrs. Armstrong was born and i
would be of little use.
up in Currinsville and "
Mrs. Givens Called East
was one of the most popular girls .
Mrs Walter Givens of Hstacada in this section, being not only an
Death of Roy Woods
last Tuesdav received a telegram, exceptionally beautiful girl but a
Word was received in Hstacada announcing the sudden death of young woman of high ideals and
last Vtnnd iv of tf'e sudden death of her mother, Mrs. Belle Daharsh of combining all of the finest qual­
Roy Woods at Hi od kiver.
Mr Pryor. Ok'a. which occnred at Pitts­ ities of young womanhood, with
Woods is well known here, having burg. Kansas where she had un­ a strong and lovable character.
The many, many friends joins
hren in the meat business with his dergone an operation.
Mrs Givens and chddren left f r in expressing their most heart­
f ittier-in law. J. R. Townsend of
Hstacada James Smith and mem­ Pryor Wedtesdav morning. The felt sympathy to her husband, j
bers of the Townsend familv, at­ sincere sympathies of her m»nv her parents and other members
tended the funeral services at New- friends are extended to htr on this of the family, in this sudden dis- j
pensation of a Higher Power.
tierg Or., Wednesday.
sad trip.
Estacada State Bank
UPÜY D. WALKER. President
Vice President
Interest paid on time deposits.
Get Your New Suit
Before the Spring Riuh
There are now on Sale a great many
Beautiful Fabrics from which you may
saving cl from $ 2 .>° $ 10 .
Put Your Order In tarly
Stick A Knife Into
a piece of our roast beef and note how
tender it is. Put a morsel in your mouth
and then you’ll know what meat tooth­
someness means. Same way with the
rest of meats. Put them to the test of
taste and tenderness to-day.
Fire Sale
W e h a v e a s m a l l s t o c k w h i c h w e w i s h to s e ll q u i c k l y .
These Are Not Damaged
4 Hole Camp Stove $1.25
2 Hole Camp Stove $1.10
50c Bag Oats 35c
100 lb. Bag Half-ground Salt 50c
50 lb. Bag Dairy Salt 40c
5c Bags Table Salt 3 for 10c 10c Bags Table Salt 2 for 15c 5c Pkg. Pearline 7 for 25c
15c Cans Sport Herring each 5c
20c Cans Asparagus each 10c
We also have a number of other articles that are in good condition such as Flour, Lard,
Soap, also damaged goods such as Clevises, Singletree Clips, Bolts, Stoves.
Temporary Office Next To Progress Office.
Cash Paid For Eggs
Fish Fridays
Palace Meat Market
Er«d Jorg,
Phone Main 8 3 .
Estacada, Oregon