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The ESTACADA NEWS
when the remedy is kept at hr*.nd.
•eile by the F»tict*da dru^ store.
For County Clerk
Puter Caught and Gone
The undersigned announces him
self as a Republican candidate for 1
the nomination for County Clerk,
S. A. D. Puter, the land fraud]
Entered at the poatoffice in Estacada, Or.
to the decision of the Re- j
as second class mail.
man, was arrested in Boston, Tues-1
pulican voters at the primary nom
Advertising rates made known on appli day by Detective W. J. Burns, but
cation . Copy for publication and change after being in custody less than half j iuating election to be held on the
of ad copy must l>e handed in not later
20th day of April next.
than Wednesday morning to insure pub an hour, Puter drew a revolver on ,
Am now serving my first term,
lication for that week.
Burns, and in a tussle or two sue- j
and as the duties of the office make
ceeded in getting away. Puter has
s t r a in km is ns
<1 00 a norrow lane to travel, and before | it impossible for me to make an Ac
tive campaign in person I la ke this
long he will be willing to exchange j
If aaM la «Isaac#
method of asking for a renomina
places with John D. Rockefeller.
tion at your hands which I assure
M ARClf. 19, 1906
T h e 3rd of April 1906, marks the you will b'; greatly appreciated.
F. W. G R E E A M A N .
What is called the conduit system event of the instalation of the offic
will eventually supplant the over ers of the L. O. T. M in Estacada.
head, electric trolley wire railway The guards of Golden Rule Hive
L. O. T. M. of Portland will ar
rive in a special car to put the drill
It must be that the Lord loves on for the instalation
All who are
the people of Oregon better than interested in this beautiful order are
He does the people of the East, or requested to be present, especially
why are the Oregonians blessed w itli the K. O. O. T. M. and their fami
s > much better weather.
May be lies.
n iture has something to do with it.
Sam Butler returned to his rail
duties last week.
The Deschutes river is going to
be used to furnish power for manu had been spending a vacation with
facturing and other enterprises of his Aunt, Mrs. C. W. Seymour and
the Deschutes valley.
Oregon has husband. Mr. Butler runs a pass-
numerous streams that can be used anger engine on the O. R & N.
to furnish almost unlimited power He was formerly on the Southern
R A L P H W. H O YT, '
and Union Pacific, and while on the
for Republican nomina
In another column will lie found latter roads lie had thedistingui.shed
the announcement of F. W. Green- honor of hauling the special trains
TR E A SU R E R
man asking for the nomination of of President Roosevelt, and Miss
P U B L IS H E D LVHM Y T H U R S D A Y B Y
H. A. W ILLIAM S
Mr. Greenmail is Helen Gould.
FOR S T A T E T R E A SU R E R
our present county clerk, having
A Favorite Remedy for Babies
No name which has yet been
been appointed lo the office after
Its pleasant taste and prompt cures
the death of Mr. Sleight, under have made Chamberlain's Cough Remedy mentioned for the office of Treasur
whom he was deputy. Mr. Green- a favorite with the mothers of small chil er of the State of Oregon, has been
man is a ca)iable and efficient officer dren. It quickly cures their coughs and received with so much popular ap
and lie ought not to lie expected to colds and prevents any danger of pneu proval as that of Mr. Ralph H.
leave his official duties to make u monia or other serious consequences. It Hoyt. His fitness for such a re
not only cures croup, but when given as
personal canvass for the nomina soon as the croupy cough appears it will sponsible position is questioned by-
tion. His short incumbency of the prevent the attack. For sale by Estaea- no one on any ground. He is well
known throughout the state as one
office should merit a nomination and da drug store.
of the leading financiers of the Pa
There will lie a grand entertain- cific Coast.
Although Mr. Hoyt has devoted
Will We have Line to Mt. Hood? met and dance Sat. evening, March
31st 1906, at the pavilion. Doors a busy lifetime to handling peo
A scheme is lieing talked of open at 8 o’ clock. A ll are cordi ple’s money, not only through ordi
among local capitalists to organize ally invited to come. Entertain nary banking channels of circula
a stock company to build an ment begins promptly at 8.30. A d tion and exchange, but in matters
of large investments, never a word
electric railway line from Estacada mission to and 25c.
has ever been uttered that would
to Mount Hood. It is only a ques
tion of a short time when a road Sunday from his trip to Silver Lake in any manner tend to question his
will lie built out to the mountain, where he went to make final proof j h°nor> bis integrity, his wisdom or
niul whether it is to be built from on his timber claim. He happened the righteousness of his everyday
Estacada or Portland depends much to get into the Interior just as the business purpose His reputation
He as a 1 honest man is, indeed, his
on what local moneyed individuals recent cold weather started.
uifd corporations do in the matter experienced all kinds of real winter greatest capital. ,
Ralph W. Hoyt has been a life
Besides lieing a big tiling for tour weather, snow four feet deep. How
ist travel, the line would pass thru ever, he enjoyed the journey, and long republican and has rendered
fa well-settled agricultural country, especially the Mountain Lion steaks much eminent service for the party
and good timber for a number of served at the hotels along the road. from which lie lias been inducted to
seek the small favor of the nomina
miles. The mountain is only a lit
B. O Boswell dropped down from
for the office of State Treasur
tle more than thirty miles away, British Columbia last Saturday,
That he will receive it, there
and one of the small tributaries of without giving his friends any warn
can be no reesonable doubt; and
the Clackamas could be followed to ing whatever.
Mr. Boswell has
within a short distance of the foot been away nearly a year, and dur that he will make an ideal, econom
ical and conscientious official in “£)
ing that time he has been building
that responsible capacity, there can 1 fr)
Always Keeps Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy telephone lines and systems for rich
he no possible question. There is.
In His House
Canadian companies. He has had
m. 11 in the state who is better i?)
"W e would not lie without Chamber- enough of life in the rugged moun
fitted or equipped with ex pc rience to : jv|
lain'« Cough Remedy. It is kept on hand
tainous country with snow several
continuully in our home,” savs W. W.
perform the duties of the office than oF)
Kearney, editor of the Indejiendent, I»>w feet deep, and prefers the summer
Mr. Hoytt in fact th statement | j H
rv City, Mo. That is just what every fam
be truthfully emphasized by T
ily should do. When kept at hand ready friends are pleased to see him home
saying that there is no man in the ij)
for instant use, u cold may be checked at again.
commonwealth equally well qualfied
the outset and cured in less time than af
ter it lias become settled in the si stem.
for such service. Mr. Hoyt be- j
Afflicted With Rheumatism
This remedy is also without a peer for
lieves that the State Funds collected
‘I was amt yet afflicted with rheuma
crotip in ckildrer., and will prevent the
in a county should lie deposited in
attack when given as soon ns the child tism," says Mr. J. C. Bayne, editor of the
liecomes hoarse, or even after the croupy Herald, Addington, Indian Territory, that county, and circulated therein. |
but thanks to Chamberlain's t’ain ISalm
In addition to this, it may lie-
cough appears, which can only lie done
am able once more to attend to business.
said with equal truthfulness that a
It is the best of liniments."
vote for Mr. Hoyt is a vote for one U
with rheumtism give Pain Balm a trial
the best and most popular mem
and you are certain to be more than
pleased with the prompt relief which it bers of the Republican Party.
One application relieves the
pain. For sale by Estacada drug store.
Some Reasons Why Mr. Harken-
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. 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 clioice busi
ness and residence lots in
Estacada which are good in
vestments for anyone.
Prices reasonable and terms
0 . W. P. Townsite
COR FIRST A ALDER
P O R T LA N D
Estacada State Bank
LO C A L A C K N T S
O REG ON
rider Should Be Elected
Call for scaled bids for the erection of
a school house building.
Notice is hereby given that the school
directors of district No. io8’ Clackamas
county, State of Oregon, will, on April
14, 1906, at 10 A. M .t consider bids for
1 ^le erection of a school house building
IF YOU IN T E N D TO BUILD
Remember you can get low prices bn
G E T OUR PRICES ON
Mouldings, and Builders*
Hardware of us
Barbed Wire, Poultry Netting, One
Horse Cultivators, Harrows Etc
SPECIAL, One Week Only
A cart load of galvanized Wash Tubs. Bought at a bargain, and will be
sold the same way, because it is the policy of this store, at all times, to
give our customers the benefit of any money-saving deals which it may
make. If you are not a customer of ours it would be well for you to get
on the band wagon and join the procession as you can do as well trading
with us a ? any place you may select. Make your selection early as we can
not sell these tubs at these prices after this lot is gone
Large Sized Galvanized Tubs 59c
Medium Sized Galvanized Tubs 53c
Small Sized Galvanized Tubs 45c
YOU M A Y W A N T
A Scrub brush, c^VIop handle, Step ladder, Black
Jack stove polish, W ash board or can gf Japalac
C O P V r k S h T 1091
To touch up some old chairs or a piece of furniture.
just like new, and the expense is small.
You can make them look
Call and get a color card and let us explain
CARY HARDWARE CO.
Notice for Publication
THF ESTACADA STATE BANK
e o s h e *-;»
A G E N E R A L B A N K IN G BU SIN ESS T R A N S A C T E D
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 remitter and receiver at Portland.
O regon.onA prll.il, 1906. viz: Edwin A. Stevens
H. E. 15491 for the Southwest quarter of Sec., 34 T
He names the following witnesses to prove his con
tinuous residence upon and cultivation of said land,
Granvillo Linn of Currinsville,
Phillip E. Linn of Garfield,
Henry Epperson of Estacada
Benjamin T. Rawlins, of Garfield,
Algernon S. Dresser, Register.
In the Circuit Court oi the State of
Oregon, for the County of Clackamas.
Dora M. McKinstry, Plaintiff.
Richard McKinstry, Defendant.
McKinstry, the above
In the name of the State of Oregon,
you are hereby required to apjiear and
answer the complaint filed against you
in the above entitled suit, in the above
entitled Court on or before Friday, April
jotli, 1906, the same being six weeks
from the first publication 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 yon and Plain
tiff be dissolved.
This somutons 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 Clncjtamas County, for
six weeks commencing Friday March 9,
1906, and continuing to and including
Friday, April 20th, 1906.
G eo . C. B r o w n e ll a n d L iv y S t ip e ,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
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
J. T. Myers and Son met with a
serious accident last week. Tues
day evening while running their
sawmill the boiler exploded, com
pletely wrecking one side of the
mill and badly scalding Elvin My
ers the engineer. The front part
The Business of the Merchants of Estacada and the
of the boiler, weight 2000 lbs was
thrown 200 yards. It seems a mer-
Farmers is Solicited
ical that no one was killed. The
explosion was due to the condition
of the boiler which had been in use
W E W IL L E X T E N D YO U E V E R Y
F A C IL IT Y
for a number of years and was al
C O N SIST A N T W ITH M ODERN B A N K IN G P R IN CIP LE S
most burned through in places.
Such accidents as this go far to
prove the advisability of the State
Call on us— Wc arc here to serve you
maintaining competent boiler in-
spector 3 , whose duty it should be
to examine all boilers at regular in
tervals, or to require all engineers
J. W. REED, Pres.
T. YUCUM, Vice-Pres
to be provided with a license.
Miss Stella Hubbard lias been
R. A. STRATTON, Cashier
visiting her sister, Mrs. J. W .
Marrs this week.
< § ^ @ t® S I® < 2 iíSi£$® <2ï® ©
Mr. Spencer Nash and family
in Dodge Sunday.
. .i .- s —
,TTT t TTTT 1
Wm. Bradley has gone to Scap-
pose, Columbia County, to work.
Dr. C. B. SMITH
PH YSICIAN & SURGEON
His knowledge of county affairs is
Estacada office: L’p stairs in Hcwc’s store.
broad, and lie has a mind of bis own. j in Estacada, said county and state, ac-
He is an honest, hardworking cording to the plans and specifications
TIM E CARD
0. W. P. & R). Co.
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,
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 10
o ’clock a. m.
Clackamas county, Oregon, T. 3, S., R
4, E., Sections 17 and 20.
a point on the north boundary line of
the Wm. N. Wade D. L. C „ No. 28, 15
chains, S. 69 degrees, 30 minutes west
from a point of the intersection of section
line between sections 16 and 17, lieing 31
chains north of the corner sections 16,
17, 20 and 21; thence south 69 degrees
30 minntes west along said claim line
37.18 chains to the NW. corner of said
claim on the east bank of the Clackamas
river; thence south 20 degrees cast 8
chains: thence south 34 degrees 45 min
ntes east 12.60 chains; thence north 69
degrees 30 minntes east 48.80 chains;
th en ce north 5 d egrees w est 20 ch ain s to
It will not cost yon a cent to try Cham-
Iterlain’s Stomach and Liver Tablets and
they are excellent for stomach troubles
Get a free sample at
the Estacada drug store.
E S T A C A D A -P O R T L A N D
A large number of the young
fri nds of Miss Mary Womer met
Cars leave Estacada for Port- ; at her home Wednesday evening
and celebrated her 17th birthday
and bridge construction.
tided check payable to School District i
with games, refreshments and the
7 : 3 7 . 9 : 3 7 . 1 1 =37
He has been a resident citizen loS. Clackamas county, fer io per cent
William K. Haviland, M. D.
merriest kind of a social time.
5 : 3 7 . 9:05 P. M.
ta x p ayer for 23 years
j <d the amount of the bid as security that
PHYSICIAN ai d SIRC10*.
A very, pleasant evening was
, , , the bidder will, if his bid is accepted, at
He has n ever asked lor nor held once enter
• • Cars leave Portland for Esta
a contract with said ms- I Office at the dr« 3 «tore,
spent at the home of K. A. M ille r
a county office.
trict for the erection of said school hou e
and family last Friday evening. I t th c p i « * of b e g in n in g , co n tain in g too
Right calis answered.
Com m issioners should lie located building according to said plans and
Miller's s 50th b i r t h d a y acre9> m ore o r less.
7 ;3°. 9:30.
in the various parts of th e c o u n ty specifications and within the time herein
E. S. SH ANKLAND,
Night bell at Second St. entrance
he was presented with a large wil Administrator of the Estate of W. H.
allowed. Plans and specifications of said
so th at the local needs of all parts
low rocking chair. Music and games Shankland deceased.
J building may be seen and consulted nti
m a y b e know n of b y the co u n tv .. . . .
J the Kstacada ¡state Bank. l.stacada, or at
were the chief features of the even
Way freight leaves Estac ida
the office of J. F. Lovelace, Clerk. The I
At 12 o’clock an oyster sup-
S P E C IA L DISCOUNT
T h e northeast part of the co u n ty said successful bidder will be required
r was served. The guests depart
has not had a representative in th at to furnish a bond with sureties to I k - ap-
ed at a late hour wishing Mr. Miller
I body for years.
proved by said school directors, in the
Main offices of the company: 132 1-2
many happy returns of his birthday. DcLaval Cream Separators
. . • ",
sum of one half the amount their bid c >n-
First St. 1’ortl iTvl, Oregon.
All business promptly attended to
ditioncd upon the faithful performance ;
OF IO A N D 15 PER C T .
Bring in your hogs— The Esta-*j
journey of the co u n ty seat.
! of auy performance of any contract or!
our.c.ow c i t y ,
Only for a few months
A s proof that w e are not antugo- agreement entered into between them
pound for them dressed.
ilistic to th e other parts of the conn- ;1"d said school district. There is upon j
Special terms if cream is sold to us
John Haviland who is now a res-
j ty, will sa y: T h a t w e are o n ly ask- t,le *cho° ' house site one hundred and
in g for What W tarfcserve; th at we
dollars worth of dimension lmnla-r
ident of Portland was in Estacada
belonging to mui district, this must I t 1
W. A HEYLMAN,
We understand th a t: a* S im , end Separator <M Fer Sale.
are reasonable, since we o n ly w ant purchased by the auccemtal bidder. The
Attorney a t Law
Mr. Haviland will engage in the
i one of the various co u n ty and state directors reserve the right to reject anv j
The only him in the city
VETSCH * SONS,
N O TA R Y PUBLIC
logging ami lumber business some-!
offices; and that w e were advised b y and »11 bids.
Gocxl teams and ervreful drive rs to
| some o f the leading representatives
of the School Directors Dist. Estates carefully looked after.
where on the Coast. He was form- j
any part of the country
ges foreclosed and Collections made
ij 8 Clackamas cccuty, Oregon, this ejd
erly in this business in Wisconsin, i
! of the oth er parts of the co u n ty to
day cf March 1906.
AH Be sine u Givra Cartful Attention
but in the early days moved to Es
j p ick out and settle upon som e one
J. K. LO V E LACE
Do YOU take
tacada where he got his start
lean for th is place.
farmer, and w ell lik ed b y h is n e ig h - ! und t0 * *
’>? September 1st
1906. All bids should Vie addressed toj
J. F. Lovelace, Clerk, Kstacada, tint! j
Ho lias n good know lodge o f road each t>j,l must be accompanied by a cer-j
Dr. Smith will be at his home in Eagle
Creek evenings and mornings.
Livery & Feed