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About The Estacada news. (Estacada, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1905)
For a short time only The News will
club with the The Oregon Journal and it
is urged that all who expect to take ad
vantage of the offer to get these papers
at nearly the price of one should do so at
once. It will not continue long.
The Daily and Sunday Journal and
The News one year, $7.
Daily Journal and The News one year
Semi-Weekly Journal and The News
one year for $1.75
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vance and orders sent to
Tax Well Paid
In the collection of the taxes for the
last year, Sheriff Shaver of Clackamas
county has been very successful, there re
maining only about $14,000 on a tax roll
roll amounting to over $223,000. The
county’s tax for the year 1904 included
the following items: County State road
and bride of $192,063.80; Special school
$19,981.87; Oregon City $9,111.78; Spec
ial road $1,517.78; Polls $387.
Americans Greatest of Newspaper
The per capita value of the paper con
sumed in the United States yearly is the
greatest in the world, and amounted the
last year to about $1.75.
figured largest in the total product, with
a record of 1904 of about 650,056 tons
valued at about $23,000,000.
In 1890 a
total of 196,000 tons, worth $13, 106,634,
sufficed to meet the demand. We were
notec as the greatest newspaper reading
people on earth 1890, but in 1904 we read
about three times more or at any rate we
had about three as much more offerad us
to read. It is interesting to note that in
1890 the cost of news parer alone was a-
bout double what it is at present, being
$67 a ton, as compared with about $35 at
Great Bear Hunt
The bear hunters of Central Pennsyl
vania are getting ready for the hunting
OREGON season which extends from October 1 to
Formerly bruin was an out
law all the year round, but the law hav
ing become his protector for seven mos.
Attorney at Law
in the year his tribe is expected to mul
tiply and furnish rare sport for the wood
Estates carefully looked after. Mortga
men. The bear section of the state most
ges foreclosed and Collections made
ly in the bear belt is in the Alleghany
Ail Business Given Careful Attention
range although bears are found in all the
counties in the mountains.
Creek and Fall Brook districts alone last
season furnished 22 black bear to the
huntsmen.— Penn. Record.
Notice for Pubication
United States land office. Portland, Oregon, July IN T H E C IR C U IT C O U R T O F T H E S T A T E
1 1 ,1 9 0 5 . N otice is hereby given that in compliance
with the provisions of the act of congress of June 3, E. Grace Jansen, Plaintiff.
1878. entitled " A n act for the sale of timber lands in
the states of California, Oregon, Nevada, and W ash H. C . Jansen, Defendant,
ington territory:’ ’ as extended to all the public land
T o H. C. Jansen, the above named defendant:
states by act of August 4, 1892, Theodore E. Man
In the name of the State of Oregon, you are hereby
ner. of Portland, county of Multnomah, state of O re required to appear and answer the complaint filed
gon. has this day filed In this office his sworn state against you in the above entitled suit on or before
ment No. 6608, for the purchase of the E lA of nwH Thursday, the 12th day of October, 1905, said date
& Lots 1 & 2 of section 18. in township 5 South, being six weeks after the first publication of this
range 4 East, and will offer proof to show that the land summons, and if you fail to appear and answer said
sought is more valuable for its timber or stone than complaint, for want thereof plaintiff will apply to the
for agricultural purposes, and to establish his claim to Court for the relief prayed for in her said complaint,
said land before the register & receiver at Portland, viz: for a decree dissolving and annuling the bonds of
Oregon, on W ednesday the 4th day of October. 1905 matrimony now existing between plaintiff and de
H e names as witnesses: Jam es M iller of Portland, fendant, and for such further relief as to the Court'may
Oregon: Edward Burke of Portland, Oregon: J. C. seem equitable.
Burke of Portland, Oregon, and Chas. Osborne of
T h is summons is published by order of Hon. Thos.
Portland, Oregon. Any and all persons claiming ad F. Ryan. Judge of the County Court of Clackamas
versely the above described lands are requested to county, Oregon, made and entered on the 25th day
file their claims in this office on or before said 4th of August, 1905; that the first publication of this
day of October, 1905.
summons is August 31st 1905, and the date of the
Algernon S . Dresser, R egister.
last publication thereof, October 12, 1905, and the
tim e ordered for the publication is six successive
weeks from and after August 31 st 1905.
Dimick & Dlmick,
Notice for Publication
Attorneys for Plaintiff, Oregdn C ity, Oregon.
United States land office, Portland, Oregon. Oct.
1905. Notice is hereby given that in compli
ance with the provisions of the act of congress of
Notice for Publication
June 3, 1878, entitled "A n a etjo r the sale of timber
United States Land office, Portland, Oregon. July
lands in the states of California. Oregon, Nevada and 31, 1905. Notice is hereby given that in compli
Washington territo ry ," as extended to all the public ance with the provisions of the act of congress of
land states by act of August 4 ,1 892, Horatio A . H ig - June 3. 1878, entitled " A n act for the sale of timber
by of Charlotte, county of Eaton, state of Michi lands in the states of California, Nevada and Oregon,
gan, has this day filed in this office his sworn xstate- and Washington territory," as extended to all the
ment No. 6685, for the purchase of
public land states by act of August 4, 1892, George
of section 2 in township 5 S . range 4 E. and will of E. Rastall of Molalla, county of Clackamas, state of
fer proof to show that the land sought is more valua Oregon, has this day filed in this office his sworn
ble for its timber or stone than for agricultural pur statement No. 6639, for the purchase of the SeJi of
poses, and to establish his claim to said land before section 32 in township 5 s. range 4 e. and will offer
the register & receiver at Portland, Oregon, on F ri proof to show that the land sought is more valuable
day, the 15th day of Dec. 1905.
He names as for its timber or stone than for agricultural purposes,
Fred C. W hitter of Portland, Oregon; and to establish his claim to said land before the re g
Henry A . Duggan of Clatskanie. Oregon; U. Stout ister and receiver at Portland, Oregon, on Thursday,
Bryaat of Portland, Oregon; J C Bryant of Portlan-I, the 19 day of October. 1905. H e names as witness
Ore. Any and all persons claiming adversely the es:
Albert Pasold of of Molalla, Oregon; Harry J .
above described lands are requested to file their Rastall of Molalla, Oregon; Graham Hungate of Molal-:
claims in this office ornqr before said 15 day of Dec. la, Oregon, Ira Dickey of Molalla, Oregon.
A n y and
all persons claiming adversely the above described
Algernon S. Dresser, R egister.
lands are requested to file their claims in this office
on or before said 19 day of October, 1905.
Algernon S . Dresser. Register.
W. A. MEYLMAN,
In support of admitting Chinese to the
United States, Senator Scott says: We
might admit so many each year under a
bond to work only as house servants or
in agricultural-pursuits, or any way that
would keep them out of the railroad ma
chine shops, and other pursuits in which
American labor objects to the Asiatics.
This arrangement would give relief to
the East in the servant problem which
has become more serious than the people
of the West can imagine. Home life is
being broken up our country because
cannot get servants.
Pat Crowe, like any other senseable
man would do, waited until after taking
in the Lewis and Clark Exposition, be
fore permitting himself to be indentified.
Perhaps he considered the world had no
more charms for him after seeing the
The home people are visiting the Fair
these last few days, and they are causing
the total attendance to expand.
The president has returned to school
after a vacation at the seashore.
All persons knowing themselves indebt
ed to the Springwater Mill Company will
find their account at the Estacada State
Bank. The mill has gone under a new
management and our old books must be
closed up and a new set opened.
Springwater Mill Company.
L. W. V a n D y k k , Secretary.
If you have
land to sell
in the News
S p r in g w a t e r
M ill C o .
If You Intend To build
Consult us^ about your lumber.
all kinds, delivered at
prices that will please.
W e make everything
needed in building matter
What is known as the Bridenstine farm
is for sale in small tracts. This land is
near town, and will go fast at the price
Call on or address our agent,
E. L. Meyers
$25 to $50 an Acre
To we this land, learn terms etc call on
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