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Tile 1 it.-st r .a ' estat: lr in .fers:
O W P T S Co, to W. P. Merri-
maii, lot 3, b!k. I , Estacada; #75.
1 *. O. O 'Connor to B O Sarver, lot 3,
block 19, Estacad; #62.50.
W P OConner to B O Sarver, lot 4 block
O P T S Co to J W Reed, lot 9, block
13, Eaticada; #85.
Residence of John F. Lovelace
Residence of Mayor J. W. Reed
Residence of E. F. Surface
Residence of M. C. Adkins
H o m es in Estacada
he will have more than 100boxes of
apples, mostly Baldwins.
Mrs. Gordon has placed her farm
The Bank of Estacada was estab-
l:shed alxiut August 1st, this year. on the market, and it is reported
Mr. W. A. Heyhnan is the princi that she expects to inquestin an on
pal promotor, backed in his enter ion farm should she sell here. It is
prise by well known capitalists. also reported that she intends to go
This hank is housed in what is to Woodburn to live.
Anna Pearson, Miss Surfus and
without doubt the best constructed
Parks were Estacada visit
business block in Estacada. It has
a fine location on Main street. The ors the 28th
W E Myers and son, Elvin drove
bank is equipped with a first-class
fire-proof brick vault, and a fine to Portland, Friday.
Chrome steel chest with double time ! It is said that some of the El-
locks. Mr. Heyhnan is cashier and wood lx>ys have gotten into trouble
all business is conducted strictly on trecouse of hunting without a license
banking principals according to the The law compelling everyone who
state laws. The bank handles real carries a gun to obtain a license, is
estate and loans money for outside looked upon in this community as
parties. Fire insurance written in being very unjust to the farmers.
Roy Marrs has been accused of
tire Irest and oldest companies.
The management is well pleased calling at Win. Smith'softener than
with the business done so far, and seems to be really necessary.
is confident of a very successful fu | The Dodge items of last week were
ture. All business is done with printed under the heading, “ Eagle
strict observance of modern bank 'C re e k ." No doubt it was a typo
ing principles and business integrity. graphical error, whatever that is.
'¿T he fBan/t of Q ia/nca la
A ouse and lot for sale, near the
business part of town. Price $300.
Tw o fine lots on Main street will
be sold at a bargain.
A good farm having extensive
improvements and a number of fruit
trees on it. Also, some very choice
acreage tracts close to town. We
have a number of desireable town
lots and ranches that are lieing of
fered at reasonable figures.
when buying, do not overlook the
fact that we write insurance for you.
The will of the late C. L . Porter,
of Garfield, has been probated, and
the estate consists of 160 acres of
land and a large amount of person
al property. Wm. W. Porter is the
Will Hall returned to his home
last Tuesday. Will has been work
ing at Estacada for some time, but
when the snow began to fall in soft
P o i . l v
white flakes his heart turned Rid-
| —Yes, it was the devil's fault; the i
dleward as did his footsteps also.
editor-in-chief is entirely exonerated —Canyonville Echo. Bet $40 there’s
a girl in his mind. Telegram
Apple-picking is in full blast.
Mrs. Hannah West of Pendleton
E Lacey has a large crop of first- visited her niece, Mrs. Downing, | John William Headen represent
ing the Oregon Journal is in town.
class fruit, and J T Myers says that last week.
been found very productive.
The City of Estacada has a better
water system than most towns ot
hotel Ls the best appointed an l fintsf
house in the State outside of Port
NOV. 2, 1905.
The place was incorporated last
The News this week has done a spring and the officers a r e :—Mayor,
little extra work in getting o u t a n jj. W. Reed; Council men: W. K.
edition which is, perhaps, more re Haviland, Sr., R. A. Stratton, C.
presentative of the place in which F. Howe, E. F. Surface and W. F.
it is published than heretofore. It|C ary ; Treasurer, J. T . Page; Re
is representative as far as it goes, | corder, J. B. Haviland; a n d . Mar-
but there are a few business firms, shal, J. F. Lovelace.
and houses that are not represented j
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The extra work has caused
A N5W V O T IN G P R E IN C T
the paper to appear a day late, but
this will not occur every week.
The p o tio n that was circulated
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last week for signers asking the
It was fifty years ago when Frank- county court to organize a new
lin Piearce and wife filed on the land voting precinct with Estacada as
covering the present site of the City l *le voting place was laid on the
of Estacada, and there sti 1 remain
*n<^ a new petition started in
evidences of their pioneer work. its place. The first paper asked to
They came here along with many have Estacada school district estab
others who still‘remain in the coun lished as a voting precinct, but it
try. This would cause one to think was afterwards thought best to in
the country an old settled one. It clude a larger area in the proposed
is. And yet again, it is not. The precinct, and the second paper asks
country with its vast richness has to 'lave a portion of the Eagle Creek
been settled for an age, but its great precinct on the north of us included
resources have not half been util- *n *',e Estacada precinct
ized, nor its possibilities half been ent we are compelled to go to Eagle
j Creek to vote. The new precinct
Estacada the name is of Spanish will make it more convenient for a-
origin, meaning a pleasant field — bout 300 voters.
Since the above was set up an
sprung into existence on January
12, 1904. The city lies on the north other petition has been circulated to
bank of the Clackamas river, near have all the territory between Eagle
the geographical center of one of the creek and the Clackamas river in
richest agricultural counties of Ore- eluded in Estacada's.
g 5:1. The site is divided into two the place of all former petitions.
and Fair Dealing.
In fact, we are glad to do it.
In the kitchen?
Do You Know
That we have a nice line of Kitchen Utensils to select from?
Do You Know
One Large W ire Bowl Strainer.
One Large Sheet Grater.
One 8-Hole Gem Pan
W ashing cTVIachines
Noth ng makes the family washing more simple than the Wash
ing Machine that is the general favorite from ihorida to Oregon.
The Banner is a favorite washing machine because it has a large
steam tight cypress tub, runs with very little effort, and can not
rip or tear the clothes.
•H N A H O M IO U f t . a .
P rice $7.50
FR ESH B R EA D AND P A S T E R Y
A LW A Y S
S p e c ia l O r d e r s C a r e f u l ly F i l l e d
~Al. G. ^/DJtitna
Nature has givento man a trait of
character which causes him to enjoy
and demand the association of liis
M. H. RICHARDS
A s a place of retreat where men
may gather and mingle with each
Sh avin g and H air C u tt'ng
other, the place conducted by M. C.
A t popular prices.
closed on Sundays
Adkins is one of the popular ones
of the town. Mr. Adkins, who is
Next to Postoffice
loyal to his city’ s best interests,
runs a quiet, orderly place, and en
deavors to keep the standard of his
business up to the public’ s wishes.
He is a stockholder ju the Estacada
Water Power and
Telephone and Telegraph Company,
and is one of our mast public spir
Offices: 132 1-2 First St. Portland, Ore.
Mr. and Mrs. Adkins have one of
Cars leave Estacada
the prettiest and cosiest homes in
Bt Til. 9 : 3 7 . * * : 3 7 • « tn. and 1:37
town at the corner of Second and
3 :47. 5 :37 and 9 o'clock p. m.
Currin streets. Mr. Adkins is from
Cars leave Portland
Prinville where he was formerly in at 7:30, 9:30, 11:3 0 a m and 1:30
3:40, 5:44 and 7 :17 p m
W ay freight
leaves Estacada a* 7 :10
and leavaa Portland at
10:30 a m tor return
a m los Portland,
E sta c a d a .
606—608, Chamber of Commerce B ld g .,
P O R T L A N D , O R EG O N
E desire to figure with you on Sash, Doors,
Mouldings, Paints, Oils, Glass, Build
ers’ Hardware, Eves Tough, Down Spouting,
W eb Foot Gutter, Etc.
These goods are bought
in La-ge Quantities and we can make you a Low
Price oa them--------------------------
Land office at Portland. Oregon. Sept. 16. 1905.
Notice is hereby given that the following named set
tler has filed notice of his Intention to make final
proof In support of his claim, and that said proof will
be made before the register and receiver at Portland.
Oregon, on Nov. 27. 1905. viz: Edwin A. Stevens
H. E..1 5491 for the Sw tf ot S ec. 34. T 3 S. R 5 E.
He names the following witnesses to prove his con
tinuous residence upon and cultivation of said land,
C. B. Charlton of Estacada, Oregon
John Linn of
Granville Linn of Currinsvllle,
Henry Epperson of
Algernon S. Dresser. Register.
Notice for Publication
are not excelled for beauty, quality of material or last- ;
ing qualities. W e guarantee the baking qualities of a
Bridge & Beach Stove or Range to be entirely satis
factory or money refunded. W e have a nice line of
both Cooks and Heaters especially adapted tothe bum
ing of our native woods.
Call and see them, they are beauties and the prices
45c Value for 25cts ?
Any service that we can
BRIDGE ca, BEACH
Do You Work
That for ten days we will give you 3 very useful articles
Notice for Publication
Having for our chief corner stone these triple virtues: Knowledge, Tact and Eternal Vigilance
Do You Know
The greater number of those who
come out Sundays from town are
nice catches of trout are made.
We are endeavoring to build our reputation on tire solid mud sills of Honesty, Business Integrity,
That our prices are Right?
. Everything in Bakery
& Dray Une
Wc Freight has been paid on all goods you get of us.
render you do not hesitate to put us at your command.
G. H. LICHTHORN. Prop.
The Bank of Estacada located on
For further particulars see
Main street owns the building in
which it does business. We are the
ALLAN F. COOKE.
only Bank in the city having a fine
fire proof vault and an improved
steel chest with a double time com
parts —the lower or business por
bination lock. We do a General
tion, and the upper or residence
Banking and Real Estate business.
Livery S ta b le
portion. The lower part is in a cove
If }-ou have real estate to sell place
shape, level tract, gently sloping to
it with us. We do not own or con
the river. A natural terrace of
trol any property which must be
about 35 feet height forms a cres
sold at the cost and expense of other
cent around this part, and above |
W . A. JONES, Prop.
clients. Nor do we put a price on
this lies the residence part. It is
any piece of property so high that
an ideal location, and the stranger’ s
it can not be sold and thereby force Ml «« H i given prompt attention
first remark upon arriving is, “ What
those looking for property to buy
a beautiful place!”
that of favored clientage. If you
Drainage is easily established;
Dry, atiy length always on hand
have property for sale you will cer
street grading is an easy problem,
tainly miss it if you do not make us
and water for domestic and fire pun-
your agent. We have a good client
poses supplied by gravity system
age and are selling property
the cheapest possible method.
. R il k v
F. B. R n .n v
are local agents for three of the best E . P Pres.
& M ngr.
The country surrounding Esta
Insurance Cos. in the country, and
cada is rich agricultural land, well Cooper & Eyman’ s Furr it tire store
can write your Insurance while you
—APPLY TO THB
wait without consulting other agents
We have all the m< ne-’ you wan' Clackamas (incorporated)
It is no trouble for us to show you goods and quote you prices, even though you do not buy.
J . W. Grasle sold a cargo of Spitzen-
berg and baldwin apples in Portland for
#1.75 per box. The boxes were of the
usual Oregou size and four tiers of apples
made a layer.
Land office, at Portland. Oregon. September 9.
1905. Notice Is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of her Intention to make
final proof In support of her claim and that said proof
will be made before the register and receiver at Port
end. Ore. on November 27. 1905. viz: Callle B.
Charlton; H. E. No. 14,665. for the n w * Sec. 34 T .
3 S. R 5 E. She names the following witnesses to
prove her continuous residence* upon and cultivation
jf said land, viz:
Henry Epperson of Currlnsville.
Oregon; Edwin H. Stevens of Garfield. Oregon:
Granville LITin of Currinsville. Oregon: Angela Stev
ens of Garfield. Oregon,
Algernon S. Dresser. Register.
Notice for Pubficatiofl
United States land office. Portland. Oregon. Oct.
9. 1905. Notice Is hereby given that in compli
ance with the provisions of the act of congress of
June 3, 1878. entitled "A n act for the sale of timber
ands In the states of California. Oregon. Nevada and
Washington territory." as extended to all the public
land stares by act of August 4 . 1892. Horatio A. H ir-
by of Charlotte, county of Eaton, state of Michi
gan. has this day filed in this office his sworn state
ment No. 6685, for the purchase of the
S e if
of section 2 In township 5 S. range 4 E. and will of
fer proof to show that the land sought Is more valua
ble for its timber or stone than for agricultural pur
poses. and to establish his claim to said land before
the register & receiver at Portland. Oregon, on Fri
day. the 15th day of Dec. 1905.
He names as
FradC. Whttter of Portland Oregon
Henry A. Duggan of Clatsfanie. Oregon; U. Stout
Bryaat of Portland. Oregon: J C Bryant of Portland
Ora. Any and all persona claiming adversely th#
above described lands are requested to fils their
claims in this office on or before said 13 day of Dec
A lgernons. Dresser. Register.
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The C A R Y CASH H A R D W A R E
For full information in relation to
R eliable Abstracts ot T itle a t reasona
)■ W Wicks Defendant.
To J . W . W ick s, tha above named defendant
In tPe name of the Stare of O o c o n rest sra hereto
r- W ir e d so s w e a r snd a nearer the complaint filed
era: net ,c e la tha above entitled auit on or before
tha 20th d a , of Decem ber. 1 9 0 S. and If ro a fell to
arae sr and answ er the ptatmtf! a i l a t v t , » the r e d
court ter a decree of dtverce.
C lack a
mas County Property Bought & So ld .
T axes received at our Portland office.
Deeds, M ortgages and other Papers
Dr. C. B. SMITH
P H Y S IC IA N & SU R G E O N
Estacada office: lip stain in Howe's store.
Dr. Sm ith w ill be at hia home in E ag le
Creek evenings and m ornings.
William K. Haviland, M. D.
S U K C C ft
ta sara, atore,
tg * t cana asan oreá.
N ight bell at Second St. entrance
W. A. HEYLMAN.
Attorney at Law
N O T A R Y P U B L IC
Estates carefully looked after.
ge* foreclosed and Collections made
A« Business Ghtaa Careful Attention
EST A C A D A ,
Geo. C. BRQWNELL
LA W YER
IN TH E CIRCUIT CO U RT OF TH E STATE
For i h . C o u n t, of Clackam as
Helena W ick s. Plaintiff.
All busi nena promptly attended to
o im n a
o. a. utM tca
D im e s
DIMÍCK & DJMICK,
Attorneys at Law
T h is tum m ens t pohhahed b , order of Hon T h o m -
aa F . R , s n . Judea of tha C o u n t, Court of Cladkamue
count, Oraaen. made end »m ated on the 20th bar
V in t
I9 0 S ; that th . flrai rWrltcarlon hereof
dated this 2nd d a , of Nov. 19 0 S
C. D. ft D. C. Lar- urvtte
f”a n i f f s Attorneys
Orevrnt C i t , O re rc n
o f f ic e :
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DREGO.V C IT Y ,
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