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It will be to your advantage. W e can save you
money on a Hack, Wagon, or anything in
/ U N IV E R S A L
A gcod time to touch up
ycur old furniture and make
them look like new? The
cost is but a t ifle as cc m-
pared to the good results
obtained by using
That we will surprise you
at the low prices which we
Sash, Doors, Mould
Oils, & Builders’
LACQ U RET
It is to your advantage to
figure with us. A good time
to put on eaves tr ugh and
down spouting in now. Let
us quote you prices
We have Lacquret in 9 Shades
Clear, Rich Red, Cherry, Mahogany,
Rosewood, Walnut, Dark Cak, Light
Oak and Moss Green
FOOD C H O P P E R S , 75c, $1.25, $1.50, $ 2 .2 4
40cts a Can
The Bridge & Beach Co.
Do Ycu Know
Have had 69 years continuous success manufacturing their
Stoves and Ranges, and were the first to introduce the celebrat-
The ESTACADA fotWS
PU BU SH H D K V K RY TH C R SD A Y BY
H. A. W ILLIAM S
Entered at the postoffice in Estacada, Or.
as second class mail.
On® Y ear
S I 00
SU Moat ha
If pmié ia edvaace
Estacada State Bank
IN C O R P O R A T E D
C A PIT A L $10,000.03^
G. H. LICHTHORN, Prop.
Everything in Bakery
A quartette composed of Duella
M. Segur, Rosetta Shahan, Geo. J
Kelley and Thos. Peters spent a
ver pleasa t Ja y here, Sunday.
There is a state law against'sell
in g minors cigarette sand permitting
them to smoke them. Yet every
day a few small l>oys of Estacada
are seen on the streets and else
where smoking. The law is enforc
ed in many towns but it has been
overlooked here. How many par
ents are there in Estacada who
would be pleased to have the ciga
rette law enforced? Every time one
of these boys under 18 years of age
is found smoking they are subject
the depot before he had time to get
Mr. Cooke had been called
to Ca/.adero, and had not returned.
The would-be thief did not show
himself again and has not been seen
h.re ri ice. The incident gave sev
eral others quite a scare.
an’ s presence of mind a v e.tel a
Deputy Sheriff Tremlieth came
over from Oregon C.ty Monday with
warrants for the arrest of the local
siiloon keepers on the charge of per-
mit.ing slot inaches to be operat 'd
in their places of business. Messrs
Adkins and Cunningham had their
Carlsbad will be the name of the
new Swedish settlement in Clacr-
mas County about 16 -miles south
east of Oregon City and about tin
miles from Estacada. Rev. C. J.
Renhard, pastor of the Swedish
Lutheran Church of this city is the
originator of the colinization scheme
and has been quietly at work for
the past several weeks organizing
the Oregon Swedish Colinization
Company, with the result that i960
acres of land have been purchas d
and articles of incorporation will be
filed in a few days. While the
Swedes of this city are taking a
lively interest in the project, a large
percentage of the settlers will come
out from the states of the East and
the Middle West. — Telegram
ON H A N D
S p e c ia l O r d e r s C a r e f u lly F i l le d
Linn Bras, are wanting teams to
Peculiar but true, that the for
haul lumber from their mill to town.
tune tellers, who, for one dollar can
Three fifty a thousand is paid, and
te 1 you how to be happy and g t ,,
. . ... ,,
. here is an opportunity, while road
rich, are listed with the poorer and
are good, for men with good tear, s
most discontented of our people.
to make $5 a day.
E. C. Clement who is in the em
ploy cf post office department of the
government and the secret service
came out from Portland last week.
He and Postmaster Haviland drove
out and over the propased free rur
al delivery route which may b : es
tablished here. Mr. Clement found
sufficient probable patronage along
the route to recommend in his re
port t o the department that the
route be establi hed. It will be sev
eral months any way .before it can
A house and lot for sale, near the be put in operation.
business part of town. Price $300.
Tw o fine lots on Main street will
Estacada came near experiencing
be sold at a bargain.
ts first robbery last week. Late
A good farm having extensive Friday evening a well-dressed man,
improvements and a number of fruit a stranger in town, called at Allan
trees on it
Also, some very choice Cooke’ s house and told Mrs. Cooke
acreage tracts close to town. We that her husband had sent him over
have a numl>er of desireable town for his money sack.
Mrs. Cook ,
lots and ranches that are being of who was alone, told him that the
fered at reasonable figures
And sack was at the depot, and the fel
when buying, do not overlook the low left.
Mrs. Cooke suspected
fact that we write insurance for you. something wrong, and hurri d fo
— T h e B anjc o f E s t a c a d a .
if 73.924 77
A jury trial in the Stubbe-War-
ner case resulted in a verdict of $ 15
The Russian people need a strong I for the plaintiff who was assessed
nation to liberate them, as much as the defendant’s costs. Mr. Warn r
did the Cuban people when Uncle had 15 witnesses, while M s S. ub-
Sam took a hand in th ;ir behalf.
be ka.1 about the same number.
?CARY CASH HARDWARE ^
Clack: mas county's indebtedm s
NOV’ . 16, 1905.
Cook stoves $3 up. H'gh closet ranges $27.50 to $50. Heaters $2 to 15.00
Advertising rates made known on appli- j Dr. Whitycombe and Prof. Cort’ -
cation. Copv for publication and change
of ad copy must be handed in not later ley w ill hold a farmers institute at
tl an Wednesday morning to insure pub -1 g ag]e Creek, Tuesday, the 21st.
lication lor that week.
ed Singh Fi-e Ba. k in cast cook stoves and ranges which has proven such a marked success.
Bridge & Beach
Stoves aud Ranges are made c f the best materials, with the highest finish and workmanship, and possess the latest
improvements :or insuring perfect operation, convenience and durability.
they want in this class of Holiday
presents and their «roods are the
best and up-to-date kind. Call in
and see them —at the furniture store.
M. H. R IC H A R D S
Shaving and Hair Cutting
At popular prices. Shop
closed on Sundays
Next to Postoffice
T IM E
Oregon Water Power and
Office*: 132 1-2 First St. Portland, Ore.
Cars leave" Estacada
«» T i l . 9 L 37 . " : 37 . a. m. and 1:37
3:47, 5 :37 and 9 o’clock p. tn.
Cars leave Portland
at 7:30, 9:30, 11:3 0 a m and 1:30
3:40, 5:44 and 7 :17 p m
Way freight leaves Kstacada at 7:10
a m for Portland, and leaves Portland at
10:30 a in for return
For further particulars see
ALLAN F. COOKE,
S ta b le
& D ra y
Situated on the Clackamas river
\V. A. JONES, Prop.
s >tne five miles from Cazadero are
1 c ited the adjoining ranches of
J hn Straight and Paul Praeger.
All work given prompt attention <
A t present only a trail leads to their
places; but, if the O W P extend
Dry, any length always on hand
th ir car line,(and indications are
such as to predict the extension)
they wjll be on the line, and will
own valuable properties, besides
E. F. R ii . f . y
F. B. R il k y
having a chance to market all their
Pres. & Mngr.
produce. These farmers were form
erly from Clackamas, at which city
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Mr. Praeger is still tedder of the
brass band. They believe in the Clackamas (Incorporated)
future of this section of Clackamas
606—608, Chamber of Commerce Bldg.,
county and have already shown
much enterprise and perseverence
in their work.
For full information in relation to
Notice for Publication
Miss Lena Gerhardus and Severn
Kircheni were the guests of L and
M Steinman Sunday.
Ed. Bates Sr. is still attending
jury in Oregon City.
Miss Lydia Steinman has gone to
Portland to w’ork for a few weeks.
The dance given by Eagle Creek
Land office at Portland, Oregon, Sept. 1$, 1905.
The Business of the Merchants of Estacada and the Farmers is Solicited
Clackamas Co. Lands
Grauge No 297 under the able man
At a distance of on'y ten miles of Notice is hereby given that the following named set
tler has filed notice of his Intention to make final
W E W IL L E X T E N D YOU E V E R Y F A C IL IT Y C O N SIS T A N T W ITH
agement of the committee composed Estacada there is- soon to be found proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will
MODERN B A N K IN G P R IN C IP L E S
of Homer Glover, Mrs. Zeak, Lydia ed a colony of Swedes the number be made before the register and receiver at Portland.
Reliable, Abstract* of Title at reasona
Oregon, on Nov. 27. 1905, viz: Edwin A. Stevens
'Steinman, Anna Burghardt and Mr of which is only to be guessed. H. E. 15491 for the S w g of Sec. 34. T 3 S . R 5 E. ble rates. Loans Negotiated. Clacka
Oneal proved to be a decided suc Will this mean any thing to Esta He names the following witnesses to prove his con mas County Property Bought & Sold.
tinuous residence upon and cultivation of said land,
cess and was largely attended by cada? It ought to. About 2000 viz:
Cciil on us— Wc arc here to serve you
Taxes received at our Portland office.
people from the surrounding towns. acres of the best land in the state C. B. Charlton of Estacada. Oregon
fiL The attendance was larger than was have been secured for this colony, Granville Linn of Currinsvllle.
Deeds, Mortgages and other Papers
(•>) expectecd but there was supper e intending to cut this into small tracts Henry Epperson of
Algernon S . Dresser. Register.
nough for half as many more, which each family having but a small piece.
Notice for Publication
is always the case at Eagle Cre k. It means that at least 200 people
PROFESSIONAL C A RD S
Land office, at Portland, Oregon, September 9.
O 2£> ^ > ^ 3
Some fifty numbers weie sold at will lie added to the county’s popu- 1905. Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of her intention to make
$1 each besides 15 or 20 supp r I lotion in the next year or so, and final
Dr. C. B. SMITH
proof in support of her claim and that said proof
tickets at 25c each. Music was fur Estacada is much the nearest rail- will be made before the register and receiver at Port
YSICIAN & SURGEON
land. Ore. on November 27. 1905, viz: Callie B.
nished by instrimuntal trio from road town to this new settlement. Charlton;
H. E. No. 14,665. for the nw g Sec. 34 T.
The dance at the grange hall last Milwaukee, and Buzz Thompson Should we not if possible, see that 3 S . R 5 E. She names the following witnesses to Estacada office.- I'p stain in Howe's store.
week attracted quite a crowd.
acted as floor manager. Everybody the road leading out to this colony’s prove her continuous residence! upon and cultivation
of said land, viz: Henry Epperson of Currinsvill®.
The D u b o is Lu m b e r C o m pan y
Atty. E. F. Riley of the Chamber present had a good time and ex j neighborhood, lie improved and Oregon: Edwin H. Stevens of Garfield, Oregon; Dr. Smith will be at his home in Eagle
Creek evenings and mornings.
of Commerce spent last Sunday at pect to have another in the future, placed in condition so that the peo- Granville Linn of Currinsville. Oregon; Angela Stev
of Estacada, O regon
ens of Garfield, Oregon,
Algernon S . Dresser. Register.
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! pie may come to Estacada to trans-
M ANUFACTURERS OF A L L C LA SSES OP
Noah Heiple has been using his
William K. Haviland, M. D.
Notice for Publication
traction engine for plowing purpos-
United States land office. Portland. Oregon. Oct.
PHYSICIAN • • * SUtCfOH.
While out hunting last Sunday
Marshall Lovelace closed all the 9. 1905. Notice is hereby given that in compli
I M Park saw a large gray wolf in j nickle-in-tlie-slot machines Tuesday ance with the provisions of the act of congress of
June 3. 1878, entitled "An act for the sale of timber
the neigliliorhood of the old Willis His action in doing this was caused j Tndl intiiVnMacattom , Or^~N^k'.Zd
place, He shot at it but failed to by the fact that the deputy sheriff! w “ hin*>on territory." « e*t.nd.d to »11 th . public
land states by act of August 4.1892, Horatio A. Hig-
Night bell at Second St. entrance
The Hammond Co’ s, contract kill it.
was here the day before and caused | by of Chsriott#. county of Eaton. state of Michi
with the O W P is nearing comple
P Geneski, who lives across Cle.-fr ' the arrest of Jthe proprietors of the | gan. has this day filed in this office his sworn state-
I mem No. 6685, lor th . purchase o l the
tion. They have 25 men, several Creek,
l o s t his house and every thing places where they were kept.
A ll 0i section 2 m township 5 s. range 4 E. and will of-
W. A HEYLMAN,
teams and two donkey engines at in it by fire last week. He started of the machines are closed with pad
M&ÊEJliqti grado building material a ipccIaltyJ+Jit
Attorney at Law
ble for its timber or stone than for agricultural pur
to Oregon City at i o’clock Thurs -1 locks.
poses. and to establish his claim to said land before
the register It receiver at Portland. Oregon, on Fri-
W ill Bradley was over at Spring- day morning and his wife, who had
The Estacada Wood Manufact- ; day. the 15th day of Dec. 1905. He names as Estates carefully looked after. Mortga
[f You Arc Going to BuilJ, V/e Can Tit
water last Sunday so he says.
I prepared breakfast for him, went uring company this morning Closed wi,n6S*®*: Fr#dC- w hm er o# Poniard. Oregon:
ges foreclosed and Collections made
’ Henry A. Duggan of Clatskanie. Oregon; U. Stout
After a ten days sickness, An- back to bed. She awoke about an
AH Buyinen Given Cartful Attention
! a con tract w ith local saw m ill men Bryaat of Portland. Oregon; J C Bryant of Portland.
You Out to the Top Notch in Every
drew McGregor is able to go to his hour later to find the hause in flames
fc r t t fy e B o w a m U r t Ore. Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above described lands are requested to fil® th®ir K S T A C A D A ,
and barely had time to rouse the
fir lumber, A ll of th is ill be used Claims in this office on or before said 15 day of Dec.
Mis. Jukes and Mr. Gibblin were children and escape,
in the manufacture of cross arms for 1905.
Algernon S . Dresser. Register.
guests of Mrs. Gordon. Sunday.
j Miss Cora Keller has returned telephone and telegraph poles The
Mouldings in All Styles
Mr. Earl B.irns rn 1 Mrs. Will;- from Aurora where she has been
j contract calls for the delivery of
Bins are able to lie out again.
employed in a restaurant.
I at least 20,coo feet each day. the
C. E. D L3 CJS, M a n a g e r
Rex and Neil Gordon were in
Mrs. James Marrs went to Colton : delivery to begin at once. —Oregon
For the County of Clackamas
All bn*ine*s promptly attended to
Helena Wicks. Plaintiff.
Cazadero, Sunday, and Rex says he Friday
W. A. JONK 3 is our selling .«gent in Estacada, Ore;;ou
Daily Journal, 14th.
ORKCeO* C iT V .
O R FC O
; is tired of haching and would like a
J. W Wick». Defendant.
lassie with pink cheeks for a cook.
G . B . D IM IC K
Telephone connection direct with mill
w . A . D IM IC K
In the name of the State of Oregon, you are hereby i
J R Townsend of Estacada was s:iloon business and saloon room 1 store to Mrs. H. Eyman and Mrs. required to appear and answer the compiaim filed j
here last week making arrangements fixtures to Mr. Wm. Pattcrshak H. Cooper. These ladies have form- against you In the above entitled suit on or before !
D1MICK & DIMICK,
who took possession of the place ed a partnership and will conduct the 20th day of December. 1905. and if you fail to
to locate a butcher shop here.
appear and answer the plaintiff will apply to the said
Attorneys at Law
C O U N TR Y A N D TOWN P E O P L E
ut once. Mr. and Mrs. Adkins will the business at the old stand, in court for a decree of divorce.
t *4* ,ummon* •* published by order of Ho*. Thcm-
Wanting »ny printing (ton® si
. . . . .
at F. Ryan. Judge of the County Court of Clackamas
celt at Tbs NEWS Sh^p end
in ro rtlan d much Of the time.
Mr. They have more than doubled the county. Oregon made and entered on the JOth day I
what we can do. and get our
k Adkins has a saloon on Sixth St. stock b v adding a large line of small oi0c,ob*r
»ha» the first pehaaMaa hereof
being dated this 2nd dsy of li^i. 1 90S
Potatile dig ing will soon be over, in Portland. Mr. PaUendidk and holiday goods. They are going to
C. d . a d . c. Lutarm*
o r F ic e : 2. 3 S 4, -.Aarra « . do ,
Carl 1 Huis i on the sick list.
family a t v from Wenatchee. W'a.sh. supply the people with eterything
Pi».nrtfr« Anon w n . Orate* City Orwtor.
W e handle Insurance in several of the Best and Oldest Companies
Buy and Sell Lands and Issue Drafts on Foreign Countries
Are local Agents for the O. W . P. Townsite Company
J. W. R E E D . Pres.
T. YOCUM. Vice-Pres.
S 1 R A T T O N . Cashier
Hr end Ceder
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