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About The Estacada news. (Estacada, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (March 15, 1906)
Sect clary, L. S an te e c ass leaders, of whom made a peep or two and
Mrs. ICd. Miller, Stella Womer. subsided. Among the other candi
dates for office present were: J. L.
PU BLISH K Li liV K R Y TH U R S D A Y BY
Kruse, C. C. Huntley, Geo. Ran-
H. A. W ILLIAM S
dell, for representative; Grant Dim-
Entered ot the postofficr in E s t a c a d a , Or.
Fast wind accompanied by alkali
ick for judge; O. A. Chaney, J. A.
as second class mail.
dust from Eastern Oregon is the
Tufts, and J. C Paddock for treas
Advertising rates made known on appli latest.
urer; D. R. Piinick and Eli Mad
cation. Copy for publication and change
James Mcllien of Oregon City vis
of ad copy must be handed in not later
dox for sheriff; H. W. Trembeth
than Wednesday morning to insure pub ited with his brother Frank on
for constable; R. L . Holetnan for
lication for that week.
caroner aud John Talbert for repre
UBSCKIPÎKM «A U S
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Marshall
spent several days in Portland last
If s a i* la atfvaaca
The Culic place has been sold
MARCH. 15, »906
Must have at least 5 acres cleared
to a party from Minnesota.
with some orchard, fair house, not
John Marshall aud family, who
A s time passes and the primary
have been living at Milwaukee, over 6 miles from railway.
election approaches interest in poli
deal; price must be right.— M. F.
tics increases. Candidates are be have moved into our midst again.
Douahae & Co. 216 Fenton Block,
Carl Duus has gone to E. Oregon
coming more numerous, aud people
generally a-e beginning to realize to stay the ccmiug summer.
Sunday school and Epworth
that the issue at the primaries is of
at Mt. Zion are progressing
more than passing importance. It
large crowds in attend
The following are the names of
has been conceded that a nomina
candidates for state offices, and for
tion on the republican ticket is ance.
Mrs. T . Yocum is reported as be congressmen:—
equivalent to an election, in Clack
quite sick with La Grippe.
Therefore, if any
H. M. Duus spent Saturday and
T T Geer, Salem
voter thinks that he may as well
H K Brown, Baker City
pass up the primaries, and vote at Sunday with his parents. He has
the general election only, he is mis
taken. Under the workings of the
Dr. A C Smith, Portland
primary law it is possible, by a well place
Miss Winnie Palmateer was the
C A Schlbrede, Coos Bay
organized effort and understanding,
for all the candidates to be nomina guest of the Misses Ethel and R u Secretary of State
Claud Gath, Salem
ted from oue precinct. This is quite by Mellien on Sunday.
improbable, however, for in such
an event, unless the opposite party
F W Benson, Roseburg
did the same thing, there would be F. Surface of Estacada, last Sunday
some disappointments on election
T F Ryan, Oregon City
But it shows the importance
A C Jennings, Eugene
of all parts of a county taking an
Roads have changed from mud
J II Aitkin, Huntington
¡active interest in the nominating to dust the last few days.
E V Carter, Ashland
Sarah Kitching, who has been in
G A Steel, Milwaukie
Washington for sometime, returned Attorney General
The registration books for the pri
home last Sunday.
A M Crawford, incumbent
mary nominations will be closed at
Gus Wilcox of this neighborhoed
G II Durham, G rant’s Pass
5 o ’clock, p. m. April 10, so that
has bought the Cary place, Spring- Public School Supt
■ there still remains not quite one
water, and will soon move onto it.
J H. Ackermau, incumbent
month in which voters may register.
We wish him good luck.
Ten days later, April 20, the pri
Carl Duus has gone to Eastern
W J Clarke, Gervtas
maries take place.
Oregon for the summer.
J R Whitney, incumbent
Come to Currinsville’ s athletic
W S Duniway, Portland
hall Friday, night 16th. There will U S Senator
Last week, Win. A. Bard, as ad be a match game of basket ball by
Jonathan Bourne, Portland
ministrator of the estate of Almond the Garfield and Currinsville boys
F W Mulkey,
E. Cary, sold the Cary farm in the after wnich baskets will be sold to
H M Cake,
Springwater country to August W il the highest bidder.
Congress, istd ist
cox of Currinsville. The consider dancing at close of the basket sale.
W L Tooze, Woodburn
ation in the deal was $3,200. This Ladies will please don’ t forget to
W C Hawley, Salem
is one of the nicest farms in the bring lunch baskets.
S B Huston, Hillsboro
A fruit and vegetable cannery,
country. Mr. Wilcox will move to
The club is to have the benefit
his new home this spring.
of the evening's proceeds.
W R Ellis, Pendleton
Lydia Stemmati has returned aft
S A Lowell,
A curfew ordinance,
er two weeks spent at Logan.
W J Lachner, Baker City
A steam laundry,
J L Rand,
Last Sunday marked an opoch
A handle factory,
Edema, Tetter, Salt Rheum, Itch Ring Worm,
in the history of church organiza
Herpes, Barber Itch
tions in Estacada.
All of these diseases are attended by in
In the Circuit Court of the State of
religions orgaizatiou was perfected tense itching, which is almost instantly
Charley Wonacott, of Portland, Oregon, for the County of Clackamas.
with a membership of twenty active relieved by npplving Chamberlain's salve who is associated with his brother Dora M. McKinstrv, Plaintiff,
and by its continued use a permanent
members. Rev. Sleeth and Presid
cure may 1 » effected.
It has, in fact, in the farm they recently purchased
ing Elder Rowland conducted the cured many cases that had resisted other of Cliff Sarver, was out to the farm Richard McKinstrv, Defendant.
To Richard M cKinstry, the above
The pastor took as hi> treatment. I’rice 25 cents a box. For Sunday.
They are expecting to named defendant:
text for the morning sermon, “ The sale by Estacadu drug store.
plant out about seventy acres to
In the name oi the State of Oregon,
Preparation for a Triumphant Chris
apple trees this spring, and give the you arc hereby required to appear and
tian L ife .” The reception of mem
apple raising business in this part answer the complaint filed against you
bers followed. A t the evening serv
of Oregon a fair and thorough trial. in the above entitled suit, in the above
entitled Court on or before Friday, April
ice Rev. Rowland held the first
They have not yet decided which 20th, 1906, the same being six weeks
The new or
kind of tree to put out. The apple from the first publication of this sum
ganization may soon build a church
industry in this section, so far as mons; and you w ill take notice that if
on the site given by the townsite
can be learned, has never been giv you fail to so appear and answer said
Officers for the newly
en a very good trial.
But such comlaint. the Plaintiff will apply to the
Court for the relief demanded in said
organized church are, trustees: Wm
trials as have been made have been complaint to-wit; That the bonds of mat
Dale, E. F. Surface, J. W. Reed,
very satisfactory, and there is no rimony existing between you and Plain
E . S. Womer, Rosa Reagan; Stew
reason why we should not grow just tiff be dissolved.
ards: Lucy M. Reed, Lillian Sur
This sommons is published by the or
as good apples here as are grown at
der of tlie Hon. Thos. F. Ryan, Judge of
face, Vida Dale, Gertrude Morrow.
'ino Ls SACADA f*LWá
Candidates for State Offices
W e make low prices on
Sash, Doors, Mouldings,
Paints, Oils, Etc.
Phoenix Pure Paints'
Bridge C&> Beach Stoves and Ranges
' ’ ‘
S T U D E B A K E R B R O T H E R S ’ W A G O N S
CARY HARDWARE CO.
The Cary Fam Sold
A Methodist Church Organized
Seventy Acre Apple Ranch
ELL AND EX-GOV.
Is going to grow this
coming summer mor e
rapidly than ever before.
The great Electric Pow
er Plant, costing over
$1,000,000.00 will b e
completed, a large saw
mill will be built, and
logs will be floatad down
the Clackamas from miles
above. The price of prop
erty should advance with
the completion of enter
prises now under way,
and the perfection of those
already in operation.
We have some choice busi
ness and residence lots in
Estacada which are good in
vestments for anyone.
Prices reasonable and terms
0 . W. P. Townsjte
F IR S T
P O R T L A N D O REGO N
Estacada State Bank
LO C A L AC.F.NTS
THE ESTACADA STATE BANK *
Finest Summer and Winter Resort Hotel
Convenience for guests
Room and board per day
Room and board per week
Writ« or Phone
L. 0. MacMahohon, Mngr.
K STA C A D A
NOTICE TO CRED ITO RS
Notice it hereby given that the under
signed has been appointed administrator
of the estate of Almond E. Cary,deceased
and any and all persons having claims
against the said estate must present them
to the undersigned, at his residence at
Springwater, Oregon, duly verified, with
in six months from the date of this no
tice. Dated January 18, 1906.
W ILLIAM A. BAkD ,
A G E N E R A L B A N K IN G B U S IN E S S
T R A N SA CTED
We 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
Business of the
Merchants of Estacada and the
Farmers is Solicited
W E W IL L
D im ic k & D im ic k ,
YO U E V E R Y
F A C IL IT Y
C O N S IS T A N T W IT H M ODERN B A N K IN G P R IN C IP L E S
Attorneys for Administrator.
Mr. Brownell Is Warmly Re
ceived, and Makes Strong
Argument In Support
of His Candidacy
W ATER POWER
Call on us—We are here to serve you
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
to an order of the County Court in the
matter of the estate of W. H. Shankland,
deceased, that I will sell at private sale,
the County Court of the County of Clack at tlie office of Livy Stipp, Justice of the
amas, State of Oregon, in the Estacada Peace fov district No. 4, at Oregon City,
R E E D , Pres.
T. YU CU M , Vice-Pres
News, a weekly newspaper of general in Clackamas county, Oregon, all the
The second gun in the non
circulation, in Clackamas County, for timber growing on the west side of the
N , Cashier
tion contest before the primaries
J. T . Myers and son nave repaired six weeks commencing Friday March 9, O. W. P. Company's right-of-way, across
was fired in Estacada last Thurs their dam again and are now run 1906, and continuing to and including the following described tract of land be
longing to the said estate, on and after
Friday, April loth, 1906.
day by Senator George C. Brownell ning the mill.
G a o . C . D r o w n k i . l a n d L i v y S t i p f , the 31st day of March, A. D. 1906, at 10
Ex-Gov. Geer and others.
o’clock a. m.
Miss Myrtle Park is working for
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
park pavilion was used for the oc Mrs. Cunningham in Estacada.
Clackamas county, Oregon, T. 3, S., R
4, E ., Sections 17 and so. Beginning at
casion, and a good sized crowd was
Grace Boylan is home again af
Notice for Publication
Land office at Portland, Oregon. Feb. 17. 1 9 0 6 . j a point on the north boundary line of
present. The Millwaukie band and ter an absence of several months.
Notice is hereby given that the following named set 1 the Wm. N. Wade D. L. C., No. 28, 15
a male quartette dispensed “ sweet
Mr. Wm. Closner was a Dodge tler h ss filed notice of hla intention to make final chains, S. 69 degrees, 30 minutes west
PH YSIC IA N & SURGEON
0 . W. P. & R y . Co.
proof In support of his claim , and that said proof will
strains of happy music" during the visitor Saturday.
from a point of the intersection of sectioi
be made before the register and receiver at Portland, j ..
office! Up stain in Howe’s store.
intervals o f the speech-making.
Strange, weird sounds have been Oreton. on April. II. 1906 , vU: Edwin A. S..v.n, 1,De b* tw**n 9*Ctlons l 6 and I 7, being 31
Mr. Geer, who spoke first, gave a heard in this neighborhood each H. E. 1 5491 for th« Southwest quarter of Sec ..34 T chains north of the comer sections 16,
as. R 5 E
short review of his official acts and evening for several days, and ru He names the following w itn esses to prove his con 17, 20 and 21; thence south 69 degrees Dr. Smith will be at his home in Eagle
30 minutes west along said claim line
offered some reasons who he should mors of spooks and haunted houses tinuous residence upon and cultivation of said land. 37.18 chains to the NW. corner of said
Cars leave Estacada for Port
receive the nomination this year. are not uncommon. However in- Granville Linn of Currinavllle.
claim on the east bank of tlie Clackamas
Senator Brownell, with his usual el vestagations have proved that the
river; thence sooth 20 degrees east 8
Henry Epperson of Estacada
chains; thence south 34 degrees 45 min
7 A . M. and
oquence, entertained the audiancc sounds come from the vicinity of Benjamin T . Raw lins, of Garfield.
utes east 12.60 chains; thence north 69
Algernon S . D resser. R eg ister.
for some time with his own case the post office where Elvin Meyers
• 37. 3:47. 5:37. 9 »5 P- M.
degrees 30 minutes east 48.80 chains;
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and that of L. L. Porter's
The is learning to play the violin.
thence north 5 degrees west 20 chains to
A Favorite Remedy for Bobiea
Cars leave Portland for Esta
senator reviewed a great deal of his
The sudden change in the weath
Ite pleasant taste and prompt cures the place of beginning, containing too
public acts while he has represented er has made the farmers feel blue. have made Chamberlain's Cough Remedy aerea, more or lesa.
- K. S. SH ANKLAND.
Clackamas county in the senate and To each one they see they make the a favorite with the mothers of small chil
7 :3 0 .9 :3 ° . «1:30 A . M. and
Night bell at Second St. entrance
Administrator of the Estate of W. H .
compared his own qualifications to remark” Is it cold enough for you?" dren. It quickly cures their coughs snd
1:30 , 3:40. 5 4 4 . 7:>5 P- M.
colds and prevents any danger of pneu Shankland, deceased.
those of Mr. Porter.
He told his And as they shiver beside the stove
monia or other serious consequences. I t ,
hearers of his hard struggle to get when they ought to lie sowing grain not only cures croup, but when given as ■
Way freight leaves Estacada
S P E C IA L DISCO UNT
the direct primary law passed, and they say to themselves with chatter soon as the croupy cough appears it will
in the morning, returning in
Geo. C B R O W N E LL
of his interest in the eight-hour law ing teeth ‘ ’There are worse things prevent the attack. For sale by Kstaca-
da drug store.
which he expects to get enacted at than rain."
DeLaval Cream Separators
Main offices of the company: 132 1-2
I J. w.
William K. Havitand.
the next state legislature. He also
showed up the fallacy of the charge
of subornation of perjury which his
enemies have trumped up against
He told how his opponent,
Mr. Porter, has received nearly
$9,000 from Clackamas county in
the last few years for printing and
which averages about $2,coo.co a
i year. This was considered quite a
! fat thing for Mr. Porter
! ing Mr. Brownell came Mr. Scott,
Frank Jaggar, and Dr. Smith, all
Mr. and Mrs. John Hunt arrived
back from Iowa last Saturday, and
will remain with their daughter and
son, Mrs. Shock and Ed. Hunt.
Mrs Hunt has keen in the doctor's
care since arriving.
M. C. Adkins was out from Port
land this week, and moved his furn
iture and goods which were in their
house to the city.
He has rented
his residence to Mr. Wilson who
takes possession at once.
John Holm and wife and Paul J.
Holm and wife of Warren, M inn.,
were registered at the Hotel Esta
They were out to
see a farm which they had bought
Oloff Olds, while standing at the
edge of a high platform, lost his
balance and seeing that be was go
ing to fall 25 feet onto a rock pile,
made a jump of it, and saved his
life. He received a few slight bruis
IO A N D 1 5 P E * C T .
T IM E C A R D
First St. Portland, Oregon.
AH business promptly attended to
Only for a few months
OR F GO W C IT Y ,
Special terms if cream is sold to us
Livery & Feed
Babcock Mik mmá Cream Taster* of
oN Sizes, mmá Separator Oil For Sole.
W. A. H EY LM A N ,
VETSCH A SONS,
Attorney at Law
Do YOU take
The N ew s5
Tkn arriy barn in ttw city
Estates carrfnily looked after. Mortga
ges foreclosed and Collections mad*
Good trams and careful drivers to
any part of the country
At Burin«,» Gives Careful Attention
KSTA CA D A ,
O REGO N