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T h e CSTACADA M V r '3
PCBMSHKD EVERY THVRS 3 AV BY
II. A. * II.LIAM 3
R j.d y for yo"r inspect n. a .tr.e ve' ef \'b\ its cot.tinned use i r 't
t ate w ill tr itio about a perm anent c u n .
'of new pattern Percales, at Retd’ s j Ver sale by th e ICstic ida D ru g Store.
A Clean Shave
IJ. B. Sarver was in Wednesday
Stock Hogs war ci ut the Esta- .
Entered at the poatoffice in Estacada,Or. .
as second class mail.
new free rural drlivery whi.
O W. P. the]
In disposing of
newspapers have o i : looked the dis .
Advertising rates made known on appli-! him out wonderfully.
cation. Copy for publication and change j
Robert Duncan who began work | position of line it ¡n Gresham to
of ad copy must lie handed in not later
than Wednesday morning to insure pub at the wood-working factory last Estacada. Must
lication for that week.
week, met with a mishap by having has it for its ro..d ucrossinto the In-
SLUM RUMION RATtS
the second finger on his left hand terior of Oregon.
List of letters not called for at the
If paid in advance
On account of not being able to I Mrs a . P. Aurys Mrs. Jessie Snow
APRIL. 27. » 9“6
The Home Builder
With Every Little
In your pock it book is what you get when you buy your
Tools of us. When in need of a tool of any kind let us figr
ure with you. W e can make it interesting to you as well as to
Glass, Paints, Oils
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.
Wc have some choice busi
ness and residence lots in
Estacada which arc good in
vestments for anyone.
Prices reasonable and terms
0. W. P. Townsitc
COR FIRST h
P O R T LA N D OREGON
EsUcada State Bank
Jap-a-lac'can lie termed a
household artice. It is a col
ored enamel varnish in dif
ferent . shades— easily put
ou and wears better than
any varnish on the market.
It is also the most extensively used article in the paint and
varnish line in America. We have it iu the following colors
Oak, Waluut, Mahogany, Cherry, Green, Ox Blood Red, Brilliant,
Black, Natural, Gloss, White, Flat White, Ground and Blue
A ll colors are the same price
Gallons, covering 300 Square feet, two coats
Half gallons, covering 150 Square feet, two coats
Quarts, covering 75 Square feet, two coats
Pints, covering 38 Square feet, two coats
Half Pints, covering 18 Square feet, two coats
Quarter Pints, covering 9 Square feet, two coats
Each $2 50
It will not hurt you to
get our prices on these
A New Wood Varnish
Following is a list of those who
ontributed to the California relief farm. He lias since purchased Ic o iCuyle, George CalifF, Alonzo II*it .-1
fund which was given to the Port- acres of the Kitching farm at Cur- mack 0 Hausen, C V Horve, A J ]
land Evening Telegram. The fund rinsville.
j Houchin, John Holeman, Max Ka-
was collected by the Cary Hard-
latscli, James M Lyons, T B Law-
Prosperity and Civic Unrighteous- ranee, Geo. Moore, Robert McClitt-
Cary Hardware C o ......... $10 OO ncss. Two very important subjects tock, E Rainford.
A N Johnson.................... .. I OO
Geo J Stratton..................
Two Steamships Gone
Ed Hog.’. n ..........................
Miss Marie Stone will lead.
The steamer Columbia which was
E E Hannah......................
Ladies’ and Gents’ Summer un on the San Francisco-Portland run,
derwear— just the garments you are was in dry dock at Frisco when the
E F Surface...................... . I CO
looking for, at Reed’s.
A F Shultz......................... 2 OO
E M Johnson.....................
Dr C B Sm ith.................... . 2 OO mie Electric Company of Spokane, fall, wrecking her badly. The City
B O Boswell....................... .. 3 OO has arrived here, and is superitend- of Puebla, another large steamer
ing the work of putting in the larg- which was at the docks, was struck
M H Richards..................
pieces of electrical machinery at | by a heavy crane and other falling
C F Howe........................
the big power plant. Mr. Guilder- timbers and was sunk in the Bay.
Geo F Shultz....................
son is living at the Portland Hotel
R A Duncan....................
A F Cooke........................ .. I OO and Restaurant, and expects his
family out later.
H. Ccoper & Company will close
H E Williams....; .............
Henry I.andwehr who managed out their Stock of Sewing Machines
M II W ard........................ .. I OO the first firstclass hotel in Estacada in Estacada at 50 per cent from the
C Howell............................ ••
25 at which the particular traveling retail price.
Now is the Golden
W A Cunningham.........
public delighted to gather, was out Opportunity to get a good machine.
J R Wilson........................ .. I OO from Portland this week and spent This will be good only for a few
H W Green........................ .. I OO a few days on his claim on Clear days. We have just received a fine
Since getting his start in Stock of Dishes which we will sell
50 Estacada, Mr. Landwehr is doing very reasonably. Our Line of Fur
E S Cromer...................... ••
25 quite well in business.
niture is large, and we must reduce
Earl D ay...........................
it to make room for new goods.
Died, at his home near Linn’s
J W Stubbs........................
Come in and see us we will give
mill, at 4:35 p. m. April 24, Robert
E C Belknap ....................
you a bargain.
J. Rawlins, aged 65. Funeral is to
F J K elly............................
Crip Quickiy Knocked Out
F Maranda ........................ .. I OO be at 1 p m. today at Zion church.
Mr. Rawlins was a native of Davies
Som e w eeks ago (lurin g severe w in ter
Mrs O CHutcliins............
Mrs L O MacMalion..... .. I CO county. Illinois. He was a brother w eath er lo t h w y w ife and m yself con
of John A. Rawlins, Grant’s chief tracted severe colds w h ich speed ily de-
Jack Fuller........................ ..
of staff during the war, and wl o veloped in to the w orst k in d of la g rip ]*
Earnest Schlicheiser........ ..
was Grant’s first secretary of war. w ith a ll its m iserab le sym p tom s,” says
Cecil Shock .......................
Mr. J. S. K gleston o f M aple L a n d in g ,
Mr. and Mrs. H. Piersdn were Iow a. " K n e e s and jo in ts a ch in g, m us
E E Roberts..................... ..
visitors at News editor's home last cles sore, head stopped up, eyes and nose
ru n n in g, w ith alternate spell* of of ch ills
J C Tracy......................... .. I OO Sunday. They have been out from
and fever. W e began u sin g C h am b elain 's
Kansas for about three years now, C ough R em ed y, a id in g th e sam e w ith
Mrs B O Boswell.............
and own a fine farm in the Spring- a d ou ble dose o f C h am b erlain 's Stom schc
A 1 Lindsey........................
water country. Mr. Pierson says and L iv e r Tab lets, am i b y its lib eral use
he sold his money producing farm soon co m p letely k n o ck e d out th e grip .
John A Linn ....................
in Kuusas. ami came west where lie S old b y th e E stacad a D rug Store.
lid w in M aJlory .................
P C Boultmau.................... .. 5 OO thought people didn’ t have to work
George J. Hanlon, a night watch
25 so hard, but he finds things differ
E C Wagner.......................
man of Ortgor ?r •, was shot early
ent than lie expected.
J. Marchbank.... ................
Tuesday morn g by a run-a-way
O H Shock........................
Vice-President G. W. Morrow of inmate of tin ! •rtland juil, and hi
R A Stratton....................
the Estacada Wood Manufacturing died while hem ; taken to a liospi-
F J Harkenrider............. ..
5 ° company has placed R. A. Stratton I tal in Portlnm
Frank Smith, the
50 as manager of the factory at Esta-j lnan uq,o l i d
J W Antrim .....................
Hanlon, had been
E A Miller........................
cada. The Lindsey Brothers have robbing a jew dry store, and after
C E Dubois........................
leased the property and will run it ward was lie itcd by the officer who
continuously. Perry Boiilinun has j ¡n company with Frank Trembath,
G E and J K E ly ............. .. 2 50 been appointed as foreman of the Lvalked up to tlie mau and placed
factory. The new firm in control him under arrest.
Hanlon had no
Total.............................. 5 70 25 is said to l e very wealthy, and will
sooner put his hand on Smith’ s
shoulder than the fellow raised his
Within the last two weeks sever-
The postal laws of the United hand against him and shot him two
al cases of poisoning resulting, it is States provides that no letter carrier times, then turned his gun on Trem-
said, from the people eating canned or rural mail carrier shall be allowed batli and fired three shots none of
goods, have been reported. These to receive or carry any mail what them taking effect.
are arguments in favor of the pas- ever unless the same is properly turned and walked away. The city
suge of a pure food law.
Your rural mail carrier has offered $250. as a reward for
must refuse to carry any mail what his capture.
ever unless it complys with the reg
ular postoffice rules. He is serving
in a different capacity than the fel
low who run the old star route.
Concerning the Change
In the 0 . VV. P.
The Cary Hardware Company
THE ESTACADA STATE BANK
A G E N E R A L B A N K IN G BUSINESS T R A N S A C T E D
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
N. F. N ELSO N
In th e C ircu it C ourt o f th e S tate o f
Independent (Hayseed) Candidate
j O regon , fo r th e C o u n ty o f C lack am as.
For States Senator,
Dora M . M c K in stry , P lain tiff,
of Harding Precinct
My platform is sinijly,
R ich ard M c K in stry , D efendant.
T o R ich a rd
M c K in stry , th e above
DO R IG H T
In other words, I believe we should nam ed d efendant:
In th e nam e of th e S tate o f O regon ,
be as honest and economical in pol
itics as in private life. I favor edu yo u are h ereb y required to appear and
answ er th e com p la in t filed a gain st yo u
cation and good roals. While the in th e above e n title d suit, in th e above
primary law does not give satisfac I e n titled C o u rt on o r before F rid a y , A p ril
tion, yet I believe in the election of 1 2 3 th , 1906, th e sam e b e in g six w e e k s
U S. Senators by a direct vote of from th e first pu b lication o f th is sum
the people. Am a temperence man m ons; and yo u v/i 11 tak e n otice th a t if
i you fail to so appear and answ er said
and Woman Suffragist. We need co m lain t, th e P la in tiff w ill a p p ly to th e
fewer laws and better ones.
Will C o u rt fo r th e relie f dem anded in said
serve my constituents to the best of co m p la in t to-w it; T h a t th e bonds o f m at-
j rim o n y e x is tin g betw een y o u and Plain -
■ tiff be d issolved.
Mr. and^Mrs. Charles Pearce are
T h is som m ons is published b y th e o r
I going to conduct a lunch counter in der o f th e H on . T h o s. F . R y a n , Judge o f
th e C o u n ty C o u rt o f the C o u n ty o f C la c k
the roenvnext to Mrs. Amlre’ s.
am as, S tate o f O regon , in th e E stacad a
N ew s, a w e e k ly newspaper o f gen eral
circu la tion , in C lack am as C o u n ty , fo r
six w eeks co m m en cin g F rid a y M arch 9,
1906, and c o n tin u in g to and in c lu d in g
F rid a y , A p ril 20th, 1906.
G e o . C . R r o w n e u a n d L iv y S t i p p ,
A tto rn e y s for P la in tiff.
Farmers is Solicited
W E W IL L
YOU E Y E R Y
Humor and Philosophy
F A C IL IT Y
CO NSISTAN T. W IT H MODERN B A N K IN G PR IN CIPLE S
By DUNCAN M. SMITH
ONE THING NEW.
CaH on us—Wc are here to serve you
J. W. REED, Pres.
T. YUCUM, Vice-Pres $
R. A. STRATTON, Cashier
Fred Gilstrap had a narrow es-
i c-apc from lieing drowned in the
The Portland Journal of Tuesday
! Clackamas river one day last week. says: The O. W. P. & Ry. Co. is
He was picking flowers and was in no more. Its properties will be par
j the act of taking one from the riv- celed out to the Chicago, Milwau
Dr. C. B. SMITH
Icr’ss'd e of Saddle Rock, a high kee & St. Paul, the Willamette Yal
P H Y S IC IA N & SU R G E O N
rocky precipice, when bis hold oti l.y Traction company, the Portland
effier* l'p stairs in Howe’s store.
j the side of the rock broke, letting ! General Electric company and the
' 1 ini fall forty feet into the eold wa Portland Railway company.. The
le rs of tile- raging river. If he* had Milwaukee comes into possession of Ilr. S m ith w ill be at b is hom e in E a g le
C reek even in gs and m orn in gs.
j not been a gooel swimmer he would the main line from Portland to Gre
I not be alive to tell the story.
sham and Troutdale and the exten
sive terminals, docks and the water
fronts in the city.
SPKINGWATLR N£\V 5
William K. Haviland, M. D.
The sale made by the Clark Bras
I, W Vandyke who has been was arranged two months ago, as a
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
staying at C E Ridgeway’ s lias direct result of the difficulties con
Office at d ru g store
; moved down to the Dubois mill.
fronting the Traction company in
R E S ID E N C E
The primary election was con- j its efforts to get an entrance to the
Ph on e
1 ducted very smoothly. The Spring- j city for its Salem line.
The com- C o m e r S ta ffo rd and F ou rth
1 water voters gave Geo C Brownell 1 munity of interests between the
and John Lewvllen a good list of Milwaukee, the Portland General,
j the Willamette Traction, and Port
Geo. C. BROWNELL
Smiley Lovelace made good use land Railway is now pretty well 1111-
j of his fishing pole on election day, | derstood. All the interests are ex
1 in Springwater.
tremely frutidly and some of them
-s prom ptly attended to
James A Shihlev made flying trip bear a closer relationship
ORRC.OH v V.
up to Salem, where Mrs Shibley’ s
It was easy for each to find some
! father has lieeti in poor health.
| portion of the O. W. P
waukee needed a line from the Col-
gSrc xjtis.T. Malts Lift Kbtrtfclc
i unibia river into Portland and ter-
A h ip p y hom e is th e m ost valu able
W. A. HEYLMAN,
j i-ossession thut is w ith in th e reach of 1 miual facilities.
Attorney st Law
m an kind , hut you cannot e n jo y it« co m ' Traction had to secure means of
fort* if you are suffering from rheum.* getting into the city from the point
j tin 11. Y o u th row aside business cares
where its survey strikes the W ill E»t.it*s carefully looked after. Mortga
. when you i n u r jo u r hom e and you can
ut Woodburn, and the Ore ge« forte 1 1 «ed and Collect'ons made
I ho re liev ed from those rh eum atic pains
Ad Rmiiuss Given Csiefu! Attention
also b y a p p ly in g C h a m b erla in 's t'.lin gon City line offer**! this opening.
( i’ llul
O n e application w ill g iv e you The ro rila u l l’ ailwav wanted that E S T A C A D A ,
; 0. VV. P. & R>. Co.
ESTAC AD A-PO R TLAN D
Cars leave Estacada for Port
Caught Cold While Hunting
Say, is it tru e th e re ’s n othin.? new
O r.s tra n g e o r s ta r tlin g u n d e r
T h e big ro u n d s u n ? Is th e re no t one
T h in g w e m a y c all a w onder.
O r m a y wo n o t fro m som e d a rk sp o t
A b ra n d new s e c re t p lu n d e r?
I f th e re is n o t a single h o t,
O rig in al c re a tio n
As r a r e a s b iiss a t la rg e in th is
O r a n y e th e r n a tio n ,
i e t h e re a n d th e re a t tim e s w e scare
* U p q u ite a n im ita tio n .
B ack in th e v a s t a n d m oldy p a s t
T h e y m a y h a v e h a d th e tin k le
A nd silv e ry to n e s o f te le p h o n es
A nd th e e le ctric tw in k le .
T h e p h o n o g ra p h to m a k e th e m la u g h
A nd e v e ry o th e r w rin k le .
H o w should I know it is n o t so
- 'h a t people g o t k n o c k ed double
W hile w a lk in g o u t to look a b o u t
A nd h u n tin g no t fo r tro u b le.
S tood on th e ir h e ad 'e y som e g re a t red,
F ie rc e a u to m o b o b u b b le ?
part that invaded the Mt Scott and
Mt Tabor districts.
General wants to control the elec
tric power in the Willamette valley
wanted the large electric power
plant at Estacada.
It is said the
sum of $5,500,000 was the consid
The O. W. P. was capi
talized at $2,000,000 and bonded at
In the division of the line The
Oaks will go to the Traction com
A h. w ell, p e rh a p 3 th o se a n c ie n t c h a p s
M ay n o t h a v e been so sim ple.
A nd e v e ry lad m a y n o t h a v e had
A h e ad q u ite like a pim ple,
D ut I c an s w e a r th a t n o th in g e ’e r
C ould m a tc h m y la d y ’s dim ple.
Return cl the Hoop Skirt.
7 ; 37 . 9 3 7 . n :37 A. M. and *
Leaders of fashion delving Into the
G 37 . 3 47 . 5 : 37 . 9:05 P- M.
musty past have dug up the hoop skirts
Cars leave Portland for i -o
7:30. 9:30, 11:30 A. M. and
1:30, 3:40, 5:44. >5 F. M.
Way freight leaves Estacada
in the morning, returning in
■ offices o f th e com pany: I j i 1-2
F irst S t. P ortlan d , O regon .
Livery & Feed
and are delighted with the finl. Ill
their haughty and arbitrary way they
have decreed that lovely woman shall
don the bird cage, as of yore, aud go
sailing down the street demanding two-
thirds of the sidewalk far her prome
Wo i O 'I r~c whether the new and
improved v. j::;aa. with nil of the mod
ern attachments, will submit as grace
fully ns did her slates of thirty years
ago, or whether she will ri se op arid toll
the fashion leaders that It is too late In
the Id t >ry of the world for man to put
a barb wire fence around her.
Meanwhile the expectant goat will
stand around In the back lot and await
the decision, for it Is a long time since
he has had anyth'!’;; f t delectable ns
tbe boon skirl lunch, end the humble
bomartet will dig Into the files and
resrrrret tbe stock Joke of the last gen
eration snd make It do one more stunt.
The only ham in the city
Going Hina O n : Better.
G ood team s and careful d rivers to
a n y part o f th e co u n try
■'Say. do you know who I am? I eat
a bail man for dessert every once in
“Hub! I eat an Injunction for break
fast every- morning.”
A . M o rro w
M r. W m . T h o s. L an organ , p rovin cial
C onstable at Ch aplean , O n tario, says: " I
o u g h t a severe cold w h ile h u n tin g a
b u rg la r in th e forrest sw am p last fa ll.
H earin g o l C h a m b erla in 's C o u g h R em e
d y , I tried it, and a fter u sin g tw o sm all
b o ttle s, I w as oom pletely c u re d .” T h is
rem ed y is in tend ed esp eciall fo r co u g h s
and cold s. I t w ill loosen and reliev e a
severe co ld in less tim e th an a n y oth er
treatm en t and is a favorite w h erev er its
su parior e x c e lle n c e has becom e k n o w n .
F o r sale b y th e E stacada D ru g S tore.
Notice for Publication
United States Land Office. Portland, Oregon. Ap
ril 17, 1906. Notice is hereby given that tn compli
ance with tha provisions of the act of Congress of June
3. 1878. entitled “ An act for the sale cf timber lands
In the states of California, Oregon. Nevada and Wash
ington territory,” as extended to all the public land
states by act 0 /August 4. 1892. Hsrry A. Eilers o f
Portland, county of Multnomah, state of Oregon, has
this day f.ted in this office his sworn statement No.
6979 for the purchase 0 # the S w % o f S v V o f Sec. 8
in township No 3 S . range 5 E. and will offer proof to
show that the land sought is more valuable for IU tim
ber cr stone than for agricultural purposes, and to es
tablish his claim to said land before U. S . Land 0 1 -
f.ce a: Por.’and. Oregon, on Friday, the 1 3 day 0 f
July. 1906. He names as witnesses: Andy Kitz-
miiler o f Dover. Oregon; Fred EUers 0 # Portland.
Oregon: Claude Lcueks o f Portland. Oregon, and
Charles Wempte of Portland. Oregon. Any and all
persons claim ing adversely the above described lands
are requested to file their claims In this office on cr
before ?aid ! 3 day of July. 1906.
Algernons Dr u s e r . R erister