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The ESTACA DA N E W S
rUBUSH KD KVF.aY THURSDAY BY
H. A. W ILLIAM S
Entered at the postoffice in Kstacada, Or.
as second class mail.
Advertising rates made known on appli
cation. Copy for publication and change
of ad copy must be handed in not later
than Wednesday morning to insure pub
lication for that week.
We a ri showing a dandy line of
One Horse Cultivators and would
Must have at least 3 acres cleared
advise you to get our prices on with some orchard, fair house, not
these before making your purchase. over 6 miles from railway.
The O. W. P. & Ry. Co. is going deal; price must be right.— M. F.
to have an ice plant put in at the Donaliae & Co. 216 Fenton Block,
Hotel Kstacada. The ice manufac Portland, Oregon.
tured will be used for the hotel ex-
It will not cost you a cent to try Cham
c -isively. Contractor Reed will in- berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets and
stai the plant.
they are excellent for stomach troubles
V. Lingelbach was in Portland,
y ts’. u d a .
Mr. L'ngelbach says
a great many are setting out apple
j trees this spring which will be a
1 good thing for the country. He is
I buying a new sprayer.
M aaM la adraaca
MARCH. 21, 1906
Rowdyism is the same wherever
Sheriff Shaver of Clackamas Co.
it is practiced, whether in the dance
ten head of cattle, Monday,
hall, the barroom, the dive, the
sporting club or in the pulpit.
It the aggregate weight being 15,260
matters little where the ro.vdy is, he pounds. They were 3 and 4-year
is certain to act his part well enough j Hereford steel s, and the heaviest
so that the public can place him one weighed 1,960 pounds.
where he properly belongs.
Last Wednesday evening, at the
The district school board held a
meeting this week and decided to
proceed at once with the preliminary
Steps for building Kstacada’ s new
$5,000 school house. It is calculat
ed that work on the building can
be started by the middle of May,
when it is ltelieved the rainy season
will be sufficiently over with to al
low the work to be done.
On Tuesday of this week K. F.
Surface received notice from the
postoffice department at Washing
ton of his appointment to the posi
tion of postmaster at Kstacada.
Mr. Surface will assume the duties
of the office as soon as his bond is
accepted by the government, and
he is notified of that fact. It is like
ly that Kva Kissler will remain in
tfie office for sometime.
Winter weather, accompanied by
a thick layer of snow, is so seldom
experienced in this part of tropical
America that last Monday was con
sidered one of the strange freaks
which nature sometimes produces.
Down by the river in the lower part
of the Willamette valley a three inch
coat of snow covered the ground in
the morning, but it disappeared on
the low lands before noon time.
The name of Ralph W Hoyt was
omitted from the list of those we
published last week who are run
ning for the nomination of state
treasurer on the republican ticket.
It was an inadvertent error.
Hoyt is a resident of Portland, and
is cashier of the Merchants National
He was treasurer of Mult
nomah county for two terms, and
is well fitted for the place to which
The city council had a quiet meet
ing Tuesday evening.
nation of Major Wm. K. Haviland
from the council was received and
accepted. Wm. A. Jones was elect
ed to fill the vacancy.
was appointed city treasurer in pluce
of John Page, who is going to lead
a retired life. Recorder Wonier got
in his harness and performed his
first official duties
wise found necessary the board will
meet every two weeks hereafter.
Is going to grow this
coming summer m o r 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. T he price of prop
erty should advance with
the completion of enter
prises now under way,
and the perfection of those
already in operation.
VV> have some choice busi
ness and residence lots in
Kstacada which are good in
vestments for anyone.
Prices reasonable and terms
0. W. P. Townsite
COR F IR S T A
PO RTLAN D
A LD ER
Estacada State Bank
lo c a l
-•'•‘««BiUBM* ■ «*» U G H
I 2-qt Granite Steel Tea Pot
and constipation. Get a free sample at
the Kstacada drug store.
Mr. and Mrs. A 1 Lindsay were
in Portland, Monday and Tuesday.
They are having their restaurant
repapered and repainted.
I 4-qt Granite Steel Milk Pan
Vote for Wm. J. Clark for State
Printer on primary day, April 20th
Mr. Clark is one the oldest printers
i 1 the State and one of the best
known country editors in Oregon.
His ncminition will be a tribute
to the country press and they ai e
backing him heavily for the place.
R in mber, the nam; cf Wm. J .
Clark is the first one under the
head of State Printer.
home of Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Sim
mons, occured a very pleasing and
succts ful surprise party, enjoyed
by only close friends of the family.
The occasion was in honor of Mr.
The electric freight between Ks
Simmons’ birthday. A t 7 o’clock tacada and Portland has been dis
a sumptuous d n n r was served after continued. The motor will be used
which the guests enjoyed a delight to do work in the Portland yards.
ful evening spent in music ar.d Kngine 112 , with Conductor H. K.
games. At a late hour light refresh | Williams, will do the regular freight
ments were served.
I work until the power plant is com
Those present were:— Mr. and pleted. Kngine 1 1 1 will be used to
Mrs. M. K. Simmons, Mr. and Mrs do the company’ s work.
L. C. Posson, Mr. and Mrs. J. Nich
A Good Man Gone
olson, Misses Mabel and Marvel
Simmons, Messrs Otto Klutch, D.
Charles Bloomer, aged 82 years,
F. Warner, Alvin Ballinger and
died in this city Monday, March 19
Kdwin Mallory. Mr. Simmons was
1906. Mr. Bloomer came here last
the recipient of several highly ap
fall and built a home. During his
preciated and appropriate presents.
short life among us he made many
O.i leaving, the friends proclaimed
friends who extend their sympathy
a most enj >yable evening.
to his bereaved widow. Mr. Bloom
A Favorite Remedy for Babies
er was a man of stern integrity and
Its pleasant taste and prompt cures had no patience with dishonesty in
have made Chamberlain'sCough Remedy
any form. He was the oldest Ma
a favorite with the mothers of sinull chil
in the county having joined a j
dren. It quickly cures their coughs and
colds and prevents any danger of pneu lodge in N. Y . state in 1846. He
monia or other serious consequences. It was a pioneer merchant at Spokane
not only cures croup, but when given as when there were but six bi ildings
soon os the croupy cough appears it will
in the place. His remains were
preveut the attack. For sale by Kstaca
taken to Portland for burial. Mr.
da drug store.
Bloomer leaves a widow, a si ter,
Some Reasons Why Mr. harken- wife of Hon. D. F. Percival, a bank
er at Cheney, Wash., and an adopt
rider Should Be Elected
ed daughter, Mrs. Moffott of Seat
His knowledge of county affairs is
broad, and he has a mind of his own.
He is a t honest, hardworking
farmer, and well liked by his neigh
He has a good knowledge of road
and bridge construction.
He has been a resident citizen
tax-payer for 23 years.
He has never asked for nor held
a county office.
Commissioners should be located
in the various parts of the county
so that the local needs of all parts
may 1« known of by the county
The northeast part of the county
has not had a representative in that
body for years.
I 'e is located within two hours
journey of the county seat.
A s proof that we are not antago
nistic to the other parts of the coun
ty, will say: That we are only ask
ing for what we deserve; that we
are reasonable, since we only want
one of til i various county and state
offices; and that we were advised by
some of the leading representatives
of the other parts of the county to
pick out and settle upon some one
man for this place.
For County Commissioner.
1 4-qt Granite Steel S tew Pan
A good grade of Granite W a re.
When in need of
Boys’ Express Wagons
We have the Best Boys’
Such as Hoes, Rakes,
Shovels, One-horse Cul
We make no bones about our prices, but compare
tivators, Etc. come to
them with others
10 1-2 by 20,
W e have them in many
different styles, and prices
12 by 24, $1.40
Our prices on Poultry Netting and Barbed W ire are
just a little better. One man a short time ago shipped in
5 spools of wire and lost $ 1 .40 by doing so.
that you do not do the same
14 by 28, $1.75
17 by 33, $2.25
CARY HARDWARE CO.
« $ 3 «S 3 x s S 3 > cS > < 2 S > ® * 3 )©
THE ESTACADA STATE BANK
Finest Summer and Winter Resort Hotel
Every Modern Convenience for guests
C A P IT A L $10,000.00
In view of having been solicited
by the representative republicans of
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 S A C T E D
my home and three other adjoining
precints to allow myself to become
W e handle Insurance in several of the Best and Oldest
a candidate for the nomination to
the office of county commissioner;
Companies, Buy and Sell Lands and Issue Drafts
I, therefore say, that the citizens of
on Foreign Countries.
Are local Agents for
this county will find my name upon
the ballot as a republican candidate
the O. W . P. Townsite Company
for the nomination to that office.
In placing my name before the
The Business of the Merchants of Estacada and the
people of this county I want it dis
tinctly understood that, prior to this
Farmers is Solicited
I have not asked any one of my v i
cinity or county to support me;
That I will lie, if chosen at the next
W E W IL L E X T E N D YO U E V E R Y
F A C IL IT Y
two elections, a commissioner for
C O N SIS T A N T W IT H M ODERN B A N K IN G P R IN C IP L E S
the whole county and not of my
neighborhood alone; and that 1
neither have nor will have any po
litical debts or bargains to pay should
I lie elected.
In view of these facts, I trust the
people of the county will give me
T. YUCUM , Vice-Pres
their support at the next two elec f t J. W. R E E D , Pres.
R. A. ST RA T TO N , Cashier
Room and board per day
Room and board per week
—-F. J. Harkenrider.
T IM E C A R D
: 0 . W. P. & R y .
Write or Phone
L 0. MacMahon, Mngr.
Notice for Publication
Land office at Portland, Oregon, Feb. 17, 1906.
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 April. 11, 1906, viz: Edwin A. Stevens
H. E. 15491 for the Southwest quarter of S e c ., 34 T
He names the following witnesses to prove his con
tinuous residence upon and cultivation of said land,
Granville Linn of Currinsville,
Phillip E. Linn of Garfield.
Henry Epperson of Estacada
Benjamin T. Rawlins, of Garfield,
Algernon S. Dresser. Register.
Call on us— Wc arc here to serve you
Call for sealed bids for the erection of
Eczema. Tetter, Salt Rheum, Itch Ring Worm, a school house building.
Herpes, Barber Itch
Notice is hereby given that the school
All of these discuses ore attended by in directors of district No. io8’ Clackamas
Dr. C. B. SMITH
tense itching, which is almost instantly county, State of Oregon, w ill, on April
PH YSICIAN ft SURGEON
relieved by applying Cliamherlain's salve 14, 1906, at 10 A. M., consider bids for
and by its continued use a permanent the erection of a school house building Estacada office: Up stain in Howe’ s store.
cure may lie effected.
It has, in fact, in Kstacada, said county and state, ac
cured many cases that had resisted other cording to the plans and specifications
Price 2j cents a box.
For and to be completed by September ist Dr. Smith will be at his home in Eagle
Creek evenings and mornings.
sale by Kstacada drug store.
1906. All bids should be addressed to
J. F. Love*ace, Clerk, Kstacada, and
each bid must be accompanied by a cer
tified check payable to S c I. o j I District
William K. Haviland, M. D,
Quite a number of Dodge’s liest 108, Clackamas county, for 10 per cent
of the amount of the bid as security that
people were in Spingwater Satur
PHYSIC M* mmé SCR0 (0 * .
the bidder will, if his bid is accepted, at
day. They report on enjoyable trip. once enter into a contract with said dis
M a .llt.a m u n ,
Wm. Closner has r.ot been s x n trict for the erection of said school hou e
building according to said plans and
in Dodge for more than a v eck.
It is feared that the cold weather j specifications and within the time herein
Night bell at Second St. entrance
has injured the early fruit, such as allowed. Flans and sptc'ficationsof said
building may be seen and consulted nt
prunes, plums and pears.
the Kstacada State Bank, Estacada, or it
Mr. Henry Cromer was hauling the office of J. F. Lovelace, Clerk. Tb«
lumlier from Myers’ mill Monday. said successful bidder w ill be re<p ired
Geo. C. BR O W N ELL
Strains of "P o p! goes the Wea to furnish a bond with sureties to be ap
sel" can be heard coming fretn proved by said school directors, in the
sum of one half the amo int their b ! c m
the haunted house this week.
All business promptly attended to
ditioned upon th* faithful performaiu
K. Lncy has invested in a com of any performance of any contra« t or
plete spraying outfit for his orch-1 agreement entere l into between them j
ard. He built a steam dryer sev and said school district. There is upon
eral years ago but owing to the low the school house site one hundred and
sixty dollars worth of dimension lumber
price of apples at that time never belonging to said district, this must be
W. A. H EYLM AN ,
finished it. He has the largest ap- purchased by the successful bidder. The
Attorney at Law
pie orchard in Dodge and with up d ire cto rs reserve the right to reject any
to date methods of fruit growing
Estate* carefully looked alter. Mortga
will be able to show the Hood Riv-
t<)8 Clfickaiuu county, Oregon, this ard
ges foreclosed and Collections made
ea people that Hodge can succes - day of March 1906.
All Business Gives Careful Attest*«*
fully compete with them in grow
J F.. LO VE LACK
W ATKR POWER
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, for the County of Clackamas.
Dora M. McKinstry, Plaintiff,
Richard McKinstry, Defendant.
To Richard M cKinstry, the above
In the name of the State of Oregon,
you are hereby required to appear and
answer the complaint filed against you
in the above entitled suit, in the above
entitled Court on or before Friday, April
20th, 1906, the same being six weeks
from the first pnblication of this sum
mons; and you will take notice that if
you fail to so appear and answer said
comlaint, the Plaintiff will apply to the
Court for the relief demanded in said
complaint to-wit; That the bonds of mat
rimony existing between you and Plain
tiff be dissolved.
This sommons is published by the or
der of the Hon. Thos. F. Ryan, Judge of
the County Court of the County of Clack
amas, State of Oregon, in the Estacada
News, a weekly newspaper of general
circulation, in Clackamas County; for
six weeks commencing Friday March 9,
1906, and continuing to and including
Friday, April 20th, 1906.
G e o . C. B r o w n e l l a n d L i v y S t i p p ,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Miss Vida Dale will have charge
of the topic, "Daybreak on the
hereby given that pursuant
Dark Continent," at the meeting of
to an order of the County Court in the
the young people, Sunday evening,
matter of the estate of W. H. Shank land,
deceased, that I will sell at private sale,
at the office of Livy Stipp, Justice of the
Peace for district No. 4, at Oregon City,
in Clackamas county, Oregon, all the
timber growing on the west side of the
O. W. P. Company's right-of-way, across
the following described tract of land be
longing to the said estate, on and after
the 31st day of March, A. D. 1906, at IO
o’clock a. m.
Clackamas county, Oregon, T. 3, S., R
4, E ., Sections 17 and 20. Beginning at
a point on the north boundary line of
the Wm. N. Wade D. L . C., No. 28, 13
chains, S. 69 degrees, 30 minutes west
from a point of the intersection of section
line between sections 16 and 17, being 31
chains north of the corner sections 16,
■r DUNCAN M. SMITH
17, 20 and 2 1; thence sonth 69 degrees
30 minutes west along said claim line
37.18 chains to th e NW. comer of said
claim on the east bank of the Clackamas
As a role, the more people say about river; thence sonth 20 degrees east 8
you the less they tbiuk of you.
chains; thence south 34 degrees 45 min
There are lota of people who wouldn’t j utes east 12.60 chains; thence north 69
lie If they could make their living with degrees 30 minutes east 48.80 chains;
thence north 5 degrees west 20 chains to
the place of beginning, containing loo
A boy would rather work hard af acres, more or less.
play any day than to play hard af
E . S. SH AN KLAND ,
Administrator of the Estate of W. H.
Shank land, deceased.
I f you are really puzzled on any pub
11c question, then write a magazine a r
Wednesday afternoon the ladies
of the whist club gave Mrs. George
Stratton a very pleasant surprise.
Mrs. Gerrick, Mrs. Haviland, Mrs.
Jones, Mrs. Morris, Mrs. Lovelace,
Mrs. Faber, Misses Neva Green,
Bernice Morris, Gladys Faber and
Little Billy were present. Refresh
1 ments were brought by the guests,
and all had a fine time.
Cars leave Estacada for Port
7:37. 9 :37. ««137 A. M. and
1 37. 3= 47. 5= 37. 9 » 5 P- M.
Car» leave Portland for Esta
7 3 0 .9 :3 °. i * :3° A . M. and ¡
1:30. 3:40. 5:44, 7 :15 P. M.
Way freight leaves Estacada
in the morning, returning in
tide on the subject
S P E C IA L DISCOUNT
Main offices of the company: 132 1-2
First St. Portland, Oregon.
OF IO AND 1 5 PER CT.
Only for a few months
Special terms if cream is sold to us
Livery & Feed
Babcock M ilt and Creaai Tasters of
aH Sizes, s sd Separator Oil Tor Solo.
The Mty bars in Hu city
Good teams and cartful drivers to
any part of the country
Unfortunately the man who know*
Just how to manage a w ife has none t> BORING
& SO N S,
Damas cus Creamery