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Mr. R. F. Johnson entertained the
band Tuesday night at his new restau
rtnt. icecream .Cake etc. were ser
ved and everyone reports a fine time.
Some time between Saturday night
Mlj Monday morning someone entered
C Wlssinger's store through a window
which they had broken, and .took a
number ol cigars, some candy, base
balls and other things which delight
boy's heart. As the thieves made
no attempt to get the money it is pret
ty certain that the work was done by
There is a well grounded report
that Mr. Little, who conducts a drug
store at 23 and E. Morrison Sts., will
open a branch drug store In the build
ing lately vacated by Mr. R. F. John
son. Henry Hoard, a brother of Mrs. A.
Dowling, came here from Grants
pass last week for a short visit and
lef for the Eastern Oregon Country
The home of P. P. Davis Is under
Mr. Weber, a motorman on the O.
W. P., is building in Milwaukee.
The Milwaukee Band has received
several bids for the Fourth. They
may go somewhere in Washington.
Everyone is looking forward to their
band concert on June 27.
Two fancy driving mareB 5 years
old, standard bred, for sale reasonable.
C. F. Frey, Milwaukee.
The city council has passed an or
dinance under the date of June 9th
prohibiting horses, cattle mules, sheep
swine and goats from running at large,
Imposing penalties on the owners for
any violation and offering rewards for
the capture of straying animals.
Now that , the lower court has al
lowed Milwaukee a five cent fare rate,
the people are asking "How long shall
we have to wait for our rights."
If the Railway company appeals the
case all of MUwaaukee will be ready
for the prolonged battle.
The authorities have asked for bids
for the completion of the city hall
Bids are to be in by June 23.
A. H. Dowling, the real estate man,
went to Oregon City on buslnes Mon
day. Messrs.Shindler & Kerr are erect
ing another house in the Shlndler
J. E. Wetzler has purchased the
new cement factory. He has not yet
decided whether he will run the fac
tory or just dispose of the accumu
lated building material.
C. R. Miller has vacated the Tsch
arner property and gone to East Port
land. John Pacque, lately from Germany
is visiting his brother Peter Pacque
and sisters Mesdames Swensen and
The water company ordinance pass
ed by a vote of 3 to 1 last Tuesday.
The Mothers' and Teachers' Club,
of Milwaukee held their annual meet
ing at "The Firs," the beautiful su
burban home at Milwaukee Heights,
of Miss Estella Nlles,. on June 12, at
which time the election of officers
took place: President, Mrs. M. L.
Roberts; vice-president, Mrs. M. D.
Reid; secretary, Mrs. J. S. Wissenger;
treasurer, Miss Estella Niles.
A picnic was arranged for to take
place at the Chautauqua grounds, on
July 14th, to which all members are
requested to be present and to invite
their families and friends of the club.
Bring your baskeas well laden with
good things to eat and enjoy a pleas
ant outing together. Rendesvous at
the Federation Tent at 11 o'clock A.
The club colors are scarlet and sil
ver, and each members is expected to
decorate herself with these beautiful
emblems of their membership. The
following committee on pendants, was
appointed: Mrs. William Edwards,
Mrs. Hesley, Mrs. Colby and Miss Es
tella Nlles. The committee will meet
at the residence of Mrs. Edwards,
Milwaukee Heights, on Wednesday af
ternoon, June 16.
Mrs. P. s. Wissenger and children,
left Tuesday for Hood River, where
they go to visit Mrs. Wissinger's sis
ter, Mrs. Charles Bell.
read and acepted. i
The Clackamas baseball team play-
davafflDSt the Ar,eta team last SuR
day afternoon. The score was 5 to 3
in favor of Clackamas. Our boys
Z??nf "I6 aPPearan:e in their new
suits of crimson and white.
'Grandma Bailey," a well known
resident of Clackamas, Is lying very
?7; MlU Balley has been a bed
ridden invalid for many years. Her
release is expected at any time.
Letters from Mrs. Irving Wiilson
state that she is ready to start for
iNome as soon as her passage money
Seeley'g Best Flour.
School meeting in school district
No. 64 was held MFonday evening,
June 15. L. D. Jones was elected
by ballot to fill the unexpired term of
C F. Clark, one year. William I.
Johnston was unanimously elected to
suceed himself for a term of three
years. E. P. Dedman was unanimous
ly elected clerk for one year. Finan
cial report for the past school year
The arbitrators' report 'in the ques-
h ... division, or the assets and
liabilities between Pnrtnln, ni..i.i
No. 48 and Gladstone District No. 115
was suDmitted June 12. They find the
valuation of No. 48 is $150,922, and
the valuation nf Nn iik i hccau
The assets of District No. 48 are' $9,
558.27, provided, however, that the
interest on the anenini n
is to be added equal to whatever sum
this special fund of $1,472.52 was in
strumental in saving the district, and
that it agreed that any special delin
quent tax after April 4th, 1908, shall
go to the district in which the prop
erty upon which the tax due is located.
The liabilities of District No. 48 are
$8,093.72. The report Is signed by
H. Jones, F. S. Baker, and T. J. Gary.
The people of the Gladstone and
school district No. 115 elected their
officers last Monday night. The direc
tors are E. P. Carter, for the three
year term; H. E. Cross, for two years,
and Wm. LaSalle for one year. Mrs.
Salisbury was elected clerk. The dis
trict will hold a special meeting in
December to levy a special school
tax. The delay i3 due to the lack of
necessary data which will be available
at that date. The people also voted to
have a ten grade school for the com
Rev. Allen J. Hoar, formerly in
charge of the Congregational church
at Parkplace, returned to his home in
Gladstone, from Central Idaho, where
he is doing missionary work. (He
will remain all sumer.
"THE STORE THAT RIGHTS THE WRONG"
Kodol is the best known preparation
that is offered to the people today for
dyspepsia or indigestion or any stom
ach trouble. Kodol digests all foods.
It Is pleasant to take. It is sold here
by Howell & Jones.
William J. Wilehart.
William J. Wilehart died Wednes
day night near Mount Pleasant. He
was 81 years of age on November 27
last, and came to Oregon 31 years ago.
His wife died in December, 1899. Mr.
Wilehart is survived by two sons and
two daughters, George Wilehart, of
The Dalles; Frank Wilehart, of Woods,
Tillamook county; Miss Emma and
Miss Anna Wilehart, of Oregon City.
The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock
Saturday afternoon under the auspices
of the Grange. ,
Hundreds of Oregon City Readers
Know What It Means.
The kidneys are overtaxed;
Have too much to do.
They tell about it In many aches
Backache, sldeache, headache,
Early symptoms of kidney Ills.
Urinary troubles, diabetes, Brlght's
n. HI Snrlncmeyer. exDressman. of
1016 First St., Portland, Ore., says:
"Ernnmirfi tn roueh weather and the
Jarring of my wagon brought on kid
ney troubles. My back ached almost
constantly and the action of the kid
neys seemed weak and the passages
of the secretions too frequent. Doan's
Kidney Pills came to my notice ana
I got a box and began using them at
once. The pain in my pacK was soou
relieved and the kidney secretions be
came normal. Two boxes of Doan's
u-Mnov Pllla hrnueht about this re
suit." (From statement made Feb. 28,
Cured to Stay Cured.
On January 12, 1906, Mr. Spring
meyer confirmed the above statement
and added: "Since the time referred
in mv former testimony, I have not
have recommended Doan's Kidney
pills to many people and am always
glad to do so."
Plenty more proof like this from
Oregon City people. Call at Huntley
Bros.' drug store and ask what cus
For sale by all dealers. Price 60
cents Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N.
Y., sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
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so popular. These suit3 are
sold everywhere in this town
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We are selling THE FULL
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Care-fare allowed on
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When you buy a Talking
machine of us on the easy
payment plan nobody knows
but you pay cash. You never
feel the small weekly or
monthly payments, and be
fore you know it, the ma
chine is yours.
Estacada and Eastern Clackamas
BURMEISTER & ANDRESEN
THE OREGON CITY JEWELERS
The volunteer firemen are planning
a big time for the Fourth. The day
will be ushered in by the usual sun
rise salute. There will be a big pa
rade headed by the Estacada band.
Foot races, horse races and athletic
sports are being arranged for. The
speakers for the occasion have not
been chosen as yet. The Eagle Creek
nine expect to meet some Portland
team and play for a large purse. The
O. W. P. has consented to make spe
cial rates and also do all In its pow
er to make the day a success. The
contest for the Goddess of-Liberty is
now on. The vote stands as follows:
Emma Tehardus, 1; Mable Judd, 18;
Ruth Dale, 22; Lena Lehman, 1; Ger
trude Morrow, 1. The voting will be
closed at 10 P. M. June 27. This is
the night of the big dance given by
the fire company to help get funds
for the Fourth. The proceeds of the
celebration will go toward new fire
apparatus. The volunteers and citi
zens in general feel that there should
be a fire station on the hill. They
hope to be able to transfer all of their
present equipment to the proposed
new station and then furnish the pres
ent fire house with more modern ap
pliances. Chief Ranger Russell Wilcox ex
pects to employ 12 additional men,
beginning with July 1st to open new
government trails in the forest re
serve. Miss Lilly M. Scott is visiting her
sister, -Mrs. E. P. Scott.
Mr. Emery Davidson and wife were
visiting at the Belfil's home last Wed
nesday. Mr. Davidson is with the
Dr. L. W. Striker spent Sunday in
A. N. Johnson spent Beveral days
in Portland last week. He left town
in the company of a young lady and
his friends were disappointed when
he returned in single harness.
Mr. Geo. Dales Is the proud father
of a new 7-pound girl. Mother and
daughter are getting on nicely.
Sam. C. Aikins, an old timer In
these parts, met with a severe acci
dent last Monday morning aooui ii;ju.
While on his way to Eastern Oregon
his team became unmanagable and
ran awa. Aikens was thrown to the
ground between the horses and sus
tained a .fracture of his right arm be
tween the wrist and elbow, a long
cut on his arm and an ugly scalp
wound. Dr. Adix took bim to the
Good Samaritan hospital. Mr. Aklns
la over 60 years of age, but is bale and
hearty enough to be able la leave the
hosoital in a few days.
Mrs. B. R. Kimmell presented her
husband with a 10 '4 pound girl on
Rev. J. T. Brower will give a stere
opticon lecture at the Odd Fellows'
hall. June 18. I
Some say that the erroneous report
in the last edition of the Etacala pa
per to the effect that the telephone
company bad declared a 5 per ciat
dividend, caused several people to buy
stock. However that may be, the fact
remains that instead of a 5 per cent
dividend, a 5 per cent assessment
' The school election on Monday night
was the most spirited that Estacada
has witnessed in many a day. The
school district No. 108 comprises EBta
cada, Cazadero and adjacent territory.
John Stormer, for five years a mem
ber of the school board, was unani
mously re-elected for another term of
three years. The principal contest
was In the election of a school clerk.
J. F. Lovelace, who has served for
four years, and L. E. Belflls, cashier
of the Estacada State Bank, were the
candidates. Some of the votes were
challenged and four or five people vot
ed on the strength of being telephone
stock holders. The vote stood 66 to
27 In favor of Mr. Belflls and before
the chairman declared him elected
Mayor Heylman moved that Mr. Bel
flls be given a unanimous vote, which
motion duly carried.
It was also voted to add a fourth
teacher In the school, who Is to begin
In the fall term. This carries with it
the necessity of equipping the fourth
room In the school building.
The meeting also declared in favor
of a three mill tax on a property value
of $700,000 in the district. The-school
Is to have a furnace next year and the
teachers' salaries are to be raised.
Prof. Thomas D. Miner, of Lents, who
was principal of the Sunnyslde school
last year, has been elected principal
for the coming year. He Is an able
man, a man with a family and expects
to move to Estacada sometime In Sep
tember. There will be a special
school meeting In the near future to
decide whether or not Estacada will
raise the standard of her school. Here
tofore 10 grades have been taught. But
the little burg Ih not asleep and she
proposes to have the best school In
the county. Undoubtedly at last the
eleventh grade will be added flhls
Mr. Cooper is having his store build
A very pleasant birthday party was
given for Miss Mary Dale last Wed
nesday evening. A large number of
Miss Dale's friends were present to
wish her, many happy returns of the
Miss Maud Sturgen has given up
her position In the drug store and re
turned to her home at Tillamook. Mr.
Arthur Berman has taken her place
In 'he store.
The Rebekahs mot last Wednesday,
June 10, and voted to admit Mossm.
John Ely and Chas. Kitchen to tbelr
over, several prominent citizens
marched In and tried to make the
ladles' mouths water by eating ire
cream cones. War was' Immediately
declared, and a five minutes recess
from business caused the men to lone
their old dainties at the hands of
the militant females. At the next
meeting to be held June 24, Miss Alice
Wilcox and Messrs. John Ely and
Chan. Kitchen, will be initiated.
' The services at the M. E Church for
next 'Sunday are: Sunday School 10
A. M.; Junior Epworth League 2 P.
M.; Epworth League, 7:15 P. M.;
Preaching 7:45 P. M. The pastor will
preach at Currlnsvllle in the morning
and at Mt. Zion in the afternoon.
Mr Rlrlmrrla the barber, entertain
ed a few friends at his home after the
election Monday night. Even though
his wife was away the guests pro
nnnnrerl thn luncheon fine and honed
that their friend would have occasion
to repeat the spread.
Mr. Beacham, who usually winters
in California, 1b spending a few weeks
In Estacada on his way back to Pittsburg.
We are all enjoying' the nice warm
weather and are busy hoeing potatoes
Mr. and Mrs. Hans PaulBcn, from
Portland, are out on their farm hoeing
Henry Johnson haB been very sick
the past week but has about recover
ed. Peter Ruhl Is hauling lumber for a
new board fence along the road.
A. Miller Is building a granary for
Mr. Oache has started to haul lum
ber for his new house.
Fred Llns Is starting to make hay
and cut some rye last week.
Henry Schmlt Is breaking up a
new piece of ground.
Mrs. Harry Fassett, from San Fran
cisco, Is visiting her parents, Mr. and
Theo. Hardest was at Estacada Sun
day to get some nails for the house.
0t ready boys.
Mrs. Wourm, from Wallace, Idaho,
Is going to spend a few months with
her brother, Peter Rath.
Henry Schmlt went to Portland
with a beef Monday night.
There will be a Sunday Bchool pic
nic held In Linn's grove Saturday,
June 27. Everybody Invited.
Mrs. R. B. Gibson called on Mrs.
Howlett on Monday.
The Misses Edith and Meda Mur
phy were visiting with the Misses
Wondln. and Miss Helen Brower on
Mr. J. F. Brower and daughtor,
Helen, of Orient, have boon in this
mili'lilirirhniwl the niLBt fnw (lUVS. Mr.
Brower has a Stereoptlcon and mov
ing picture machine, and on aunuay
pvnnlnir he bilvh a lecture on "The
Passion Play," and showed Bconos
from the Life of Clirlst during the
lecture, and on Monday night ho gave
a mnvlnir nlcture entortalnment.
Thore was a goodly number out to
the nntertalnmont. They go to cur
rlnsvllle from here.
James Gibson called on Mr. Jones
Tho Riiirln Creek baseball team
chartered a car, and they, some of their
friends, relatives and neighbors, went
to Seasldo on Sunday, wnere me
Eagle Creekers played a game of ball
with the Seaside team. The score
was 12 to 6, In Engle Creek's favor.
They reported having line time on
Guy Woodle and Lawrenco Robert
son, of Dover, passed through this
burg Sunday on their way to Portland.
Seeley's Best Flour.
,114 Hind Yh Han Unjt BotgK
We are enjoying a lltle cooler1
George made a trip to Oregon
City last Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Gibson nado a
brief business trip to Estacada on Sat
urday, and also attended the funeral
of Mrs. Dlona Curran at Currlnsvllle.
Miss Myrtle Woodle has returned
'home from Portland where she has
.been attending school.
I Mrs. Cora Udell was visiting with
her father. James Gibson, on Sunday,
i Miss Mollle Ahnert, of George, and
'her cousin, were visiting with MIhs
Mary Woodle one day last week,
i H. F. Gibson Hold a floe Jersey cow
to Mrs. Alxpaugh, Friday last.
; Mrs. Viola Douglas went to Oregon
City last week.
In the Circuit Court of tho State of
Oregon, for tho County of Clacka
mas. Loora I Deamudo, Plaintiff,
Jesse Ross Deamudo, Defendant.
To Jesse Ross Deamude, the above
In the name of tho State of Oregon,
you are hereby required to appear In
the above entitled court, and answer
tho complaint filed against you on or
before the 31st day of July, A. D. I9M,
and If you fall to so appear and an
swer said complaint, the plaintiff will
take a decree against you for the re
lief prayed for In her complaint, to
wit: A decree dissolving the bonds
of matrimony existing between plain
tiff and defendant, and that plaintiff
bo awarded the care, custody and con
trol of tho minor child, George Dea
mude,, ami for such other and fur
ther relief as to this Court may seem
meet and equitable.
First publication of this summons
June !ith, A. D., HtOH, and laHt pub
lication of said summons, July 31st,
A. I)., 1908.
DI.M1CK k DIMICK.
Attorneys for 1'lalntlff.
L. E. BELFILS
All Hindi f legal im inwi at. Rtuos
OFFICE ESTACADA STATE BANK
When you need to take something
take it promptly for the stomaeh, but
take something you know Is reliable
something like Kodol. For Dlspep
sia and Indigestion. Kodol U pleas
ant to take. It Is reliable and is guar
anteed to give relief. It Is sold by
Howell t Jones.