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PUBLISHED IN THK INTEREST OF ESTACADA AND EASTERN CLACKAMAS COUNTY, THE RICHEST PART OP OREGON
VO L. 2
N e w Millinery Goods
I have received a new supply for the season in
LADIES’ HATS AND TRIMMINGS
White Waistings, Ginghams, Latest and Newest
Patterns in Ribbons, Lawns, Linens &c.
Will be pleased to show the ladies these new styles
Mrs. D. C. C R A N E
THE BANK OF ESTACADA
Transacts A General Banking Business
Capital, $ 6 ,0 0 0 .0 0
Money to Loan on Real Estate
IN S U R A N C E
This bank has the local agency for some of the very best
Fire Insurance Companies.
Let us write your policy. : :
If you have money to loan, we will place it for you.
have Real Estate for sale, list it with
us, as we have no
property of our own for sale and can push your sales
Our lawyer will attend to all of your legal business, drawing
papers of every kind
W . A . HEYLM AN, Cashier.
E S T A C A D A , OREGON, TH U R SD A Y,
M ARCH 29, 1906.
Radishes, onions, pie plant— at
Mrs. W. A. Heylman was a vis
itor to Portland, Tuesday.
Mrs. Janies Guttridge was over
John Tracy was escorting Dick
Greaves, a candidate for sheriff, a-
from Spring water last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Howard of round the town this week.
Dodge were in Estacada, Tuesday, j The Improved Order of Redinen
Allan S. and Maud Hutchins of will hold their institute meeting for
; Portland were visting relatives here the new camp here about April 6.
Go to the Estacada Pharmacy and
I Remember that the Estacada Phar have your perscription filled as your
macy has sulphur and vitrol for doctor ordered.
Ladies, do not forget the millin
W. W. Boner has had charge of ary opening at Mrs. Crane't, Sat-
You are invited
the work of putting in the ice plant ur<lay, March 31
j at the hotel.
to be present.
Have you seen our line of
Stock Hogs wanted at the Esta
cada Meat Market.
• Use Cary's Separator Oil. Sat-
faction or money back.— The Cary
D R E S S S H IR T S
J. H. Talbert of Clackamas spent
a part of the week here at the home
of his daughter, Mrs. M. L. Ryck-
man, and husband.
Nina Downey, D. S. C. came here
last Sunday to complete arrange
ments for the public installation of
Fern Hive of L. O. T. M., Apr. 3.
Glen Crane, a cousin of D. C.
Crane, and Robert Dray and wife,
Mayor Reed entertained an old
W . H. Kendle of the Estacada the former of Tacoma, and the lat
friend, Jerry Van Wormer, of Wis- Lumber Company spent Sunday ter from Kalama, visited here this
cousin, last Sunday.
with his family on the farm over at week.
Beginning April 1 you can, if
Elba Van Dyke was taken to a | Spriugwater.
Portland hospital a few days ago, j Miss Jessie Guram of Portland is lucky enough, catch the festive
and is reported as improving.
assisting with the work in Mrs. D. trout with hook and line; and after
D. R. Dimick, candidate for slier- c - Crane’s milliner parlors for a the 15th, salmon may be printed on
iff, and Harry Trembath, candidate couple weeks.
An action was brought in the
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cole and
for constable, were out here Satur
children, of Roseburg, are here this circuit court Saturday by M. L.
Ryckmau against G. I. Brown.
Party entertainments were held week visiting Mrs. Green and Mrs.
plaintiff alleges that in Octob
the past week at Thos. H uxley’ s, , Morris, sisters of Mrs. Cole.
er, 1904, the plaintiff and defend-1
Wm. Davis's S r., and Phil W ag -1 The trestle work on the tramway
ant entered into a contract, where- J
ner’s at Garfield.
from the brick factory to the clay
by the plaintiff was to cut 3,020 ¡
Clyde Morrow and Win. Kelley beds has been finished, and as soon
cords of wood at $1.80 a cord, and
were out from town, Sunday, and as
rolling stock is placed on the
that on cutting the same the de
took a number of camera views of road
regular trains will run be-
fendant paid the said amount to the
the grand Clackamas scenery.
tween the l 'vo terminal points.
plaintiff with the exception of $707.
“ Serving with Christ,” will be
H. Cooper & Co. have received 90, which plaintiff prays for, be- [
the subject for talk by the young a new stock of Crockery, Glassware sides costs and disbursments of said
; people next Sunday evening. Miss Dinner Pails, Shopping baskets, action.
Mary Dale will have the leading * ableware, 1 oileC Sets, and other
goods which the people are invited
FOR COUNTY CORONER
T. Yocum & Son began operating in to see.
Dr. C. B. Smith and E. N. Fost
their new sawmill last week. They
; To the Republicans of Clacka
have a large number of railroad ties er have resigned as judges of elec
to get out before they will start tion and August Harger as clerk of ] \ I hereby announce myself a
Eagle Creek precinct, also A. D.
candidate for the nomination of
Burnett as judge, John McConnel
County Coroner on the Repub-
J. H. T A L B E R T
as clerk and Robert Divine as clerk. • lican ticket at the primary elec
tion, April 20, 1906. If notni-
OF CI-ACKAM AS
Candidate for Republican Nomina Eclcma, Tetter, Salt Rheum, Itch Ring Worm, I ; nated and elected I promise a
careful and economical admin
herpes, barber Itch
istration of the affairs of the
All o f these disease* are attended by in
R E P R E S E N T A T IV E
office, and shall adopt in my
I have subscribed to Statement
No. 1, and will support for U. S.
tense itch in g , w h ich is alm ost in stan tly
relieved b y a p p lyin g C h a m b erla in 's salve ¡ ’
and b y its continued use a perm anent •.
cu re m av be effected.
It has, in fact, • *
THE NEW S
$1 A Y E A R
platform the principles of ecoil-
omy, justice and honesty.
W. M SH A N K ,
Senator, tlie man w ho receives the ^ cured many cases that had resisted other ] [ Ueadiiig L. udertaker and Lin-
balmer, Oregon City.
high est num ber of the people s j treatmeut.
Price 25 cents a box.
For 4 *
! sale by Estacada drug store.
Where To Pay Your
Your home print »hop by
getting your printing done
at home. Every $ spent in
this way is reflected in the
improvement of the shop.
Fancy Heavy Madras Dress Shirts, $1.25
Fancy Negligee Dress Shirts, $1
Call and Examine our line before
J. W . R E E D
Geo. J. Stratton, Manager
What Adds More to An Article of Diet
Than Good Seasoning
Our Extracts are all Pure
Natural Oii Flavors with
just enough Spirits to pre
All our Spices are the Pure
Ground Goods Packed iu
Full Weight Cans.
Some other good things to eat,
Currants, Raisins, Evaporated Apples,
Apricots and Peaches, Cream of Wheat,
Horse Radish, Mustard! prepared) That
E V E R Y A R T IC L E UP TO D A T E IN Q U A L IT Y
C. F. HOWe,
Ror the Republican Nomination for Representative
Pay your Clackamas County T a x
es in Portland at the office of the
Clackamas Title Company,
Chamlier o f Commerce Building.
SAVE TIME AND EXPENSE
puplicate tax rolls ready for your
inspection. - Statements of taxes
furnished upon application in per
son or by Aail. Call liefore March
15, and save 3 per cent.
OHN H. GIBSON
H A R M O N Y P R E C IN C T ’ S C A N D ID A T E FOR T H E L E G IS L A T U R E T A K E S
IM P O R T A N T ISSU ES BEFO RE T H E PEOPLE,
of Harmony Prec.nct
A CLEAR STATEM EN T RE
G A R D IN G H IS BE L IE FS
Mr. Gibson’s Principles
& Dray Line
W . A. JONES, Prop.
A ll w o r k
g iv e n
a t t e n t io n
Dry, any length always on hand
to VETSCH & SONS,
H IG H E ST PR IC E PAID FOR
B U T T E R FAT
BUTTER, C R E A M , & M IL K
B O U G H T and S O L D
«mit us rot mets um quotations
Have quite a number of Black
Manorkan and Bard Plymouth
Rock hens for sale.— Mrs. W. A.
OREGON CITY TRUST CO.
Candidate for Republican Nomination
Money loaned on real and
Abstracts of Title made
direct from the record*
Dimick & Dimick, Mgr».
In this issue The News presents to it’s readers the announcement of John H. Gibson,
of Harmony voting precinct, of his candidacy fer the Republican nomination for representa
tive from Clackamas county.
Mr. Gibson is an old resident of this county, having lived in the Milwaukie precinct for
about 12 years. He is thoroughly familiar with the county’s needs and promises, if nomin
ated and elected, to give the district an honest, economical and capable representation. He
believes that a public office should be faithfully and honestly administered.
His views as to the duties of a representative of the people, are:—
First, To labor earnestly and honestly for the enactment of such laws as the people
are in need of and demand, and the repeal of those present laws that the people do not want.
He is in favor of one good normal school rather than two poor ones; the enactment of
a banking law, with a state bank examiner; the election of road overseers by the people; the
passing of a law compelling corporations and public franchises to pay their just portion of
the public taxes; and a separate appropriation for each item of expenditure.
Among the other good things Mr. Gibson believes in arc, the abolishment of the office
of State Printer, and the letting of the state’s printing to the lowest responsible bidder. He
also advocates repealing the law on burning slashings, and if elected he agrees to support the
people’s choice for U. S. Senator. Is a strong supporter of the primary law, and thinks it a
means to purify the politics of the state. He is an exslreet car employee and as such will
appeal to the railroad hands for their votes.
A vote for Mr. Gibson is a vote for a man who is entirely separate from the present po
litical regime in Clackamas county, and in conclusion he asks that if his views coincide with
those of his readers, he hopes they may favor him with their support at the coming election,
and promises to devote his time and best efforts in thrir behalf, and to do all in his power to
merit the honor given him.