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last Thursday evening, and the sen
ator gave the Loganites a touch of
high life in oratory, and-sound po
Th e ESTA CA DA N EW S
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY
H. A. WILLIAMS
Entered at the postoffice in Estacada, Or.
as second class mail.
And water is free.
Advertising rates made known on appli
cation. Copy for publication and change
Councilman E. C. Belknap has
of ad copy must be handed in not later
than Wednesday morning to insure pub returned from the East
lication for that week.
Prices are Right
Fred Byerley, a near relative of
Mrs. A. Morrow, is expected from
.50 Kansas City.
f l 00
If paM Is advance
A. Lacey is shipping via Estaca
da 8,000 pounds of his last year’s chased a piece of land.
crop of prunes.
MAY 17, 1906
Mayor and Mrs. J. W. Reed were
a part of the picnic that took place
here last Sunday. A special car of sister members at that place.
O. W. P. employes came out from
the city, and picnicked on the banks
of the Clackamas.
REPUBLICAN T IC K E T
U. S. Senator: short term, Fred W
Mulkey o< Multnomah county.
U. S. Senator: term beginning on
Mar. 4, 1907, Jonathan Bourne of
Congresssman, 1st district: W C
Hawley of Marion county.
Congressman, and district: W R
Ellis of Multnomah county.
Governor: James Withycombe of
Secretary of state: Frank W Ben
son of Douglas county.
State treasurers: George A Steel of
Supreme Judge: Robert Eakin of
Supt. of schools: J H Ackerman of
State printer: Willis S Duniway of
Attorney-general: A M Crawford
of Douglas county.
Joint senator for Cl ickamas and
Multnomah counties: A A Bailey
of Multnomah county.
Joint representative for Clackamas
and Multnomah counties: Jas. U
Campbell of Clackamas county.
Mrs. J. W. Reed andthe children
up with a broken leg.
go to Sellwood for three weeks at
the end of which time Mr. Reed ex
pects to be through with his work
at “ The Oaks, ” and then he and
were in Dodge Sunday.
the family will return to Estacada
and Mr. Reed will engage in busi
COU N TV T IC K E T
State senator: Geo. C Brownell.
Representatives: C H Dye, l.inn R
Jpnes, C G Huntley.
Judge: Grant B. Dimick.
commissinoer: John Lewellen.
Sheriff: Eli C Maddock.
Oerk: Frek W Greenmail.
Recorder: C E Rambsby.
treasurer: J C l’addock.
■ rflrveyor: S A D Hungate.
Toner, R L Holman.
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T o one living in the country, and
yet not too far distant from the city
but that it may lie visited occasion
ally, it is ever apparent that as a
place for a home, the- country is the
most pleasant and healthiest of the
two places Hundreds of the nerve-
worn, dust-inhaling people of the
large cities hasten, at the close of
the week’ s work and on Sunday to
enjoy as much as possible the quick
ening atmosphere of the country.
A paragraph in Recreation puts it:
Ah! The breathing earth! That’ s
the talk! What do we care for the
cities, for the paved, ill-smelling
streets, for the civilization that pro
duces a Bucktown in Cincinnati, a
Tenderloin district in New York, a
Chinatown in San Francisco, and a
degraded, debauched police force in
every city! Give us the green earth
for our mother, our bride and our
And the city will buy the water
system ? If the expression of the
citizens’ meeting Tuesday evening
is carried out the council will take
over the plant. The people’s vote,
14 to »6, favors it. The committee
reported that the water system is
worth but $4,882 and yet the meet
ing favored the purchase at $7,000.
This will end the controversy for
twenty yea S it least.
to do logging.
Myers & Nash have been award
ed a contract to cut 70,000 feet o f
plank for the Estacada road.
Bert Park and A rt Howard havi
6one to Kelso to cut Shin&le bolts.
H. W. Downing has resigned his
position with the O. W. P.
Downing has had charge of the wa
ter and light plants in Estacada
since the town started.
few days Mr. Downing and family
will move onto their farm near Mc
Minnville which they have rented
of Mrs. Downing’ s parents, Mr. and
Mrs. H. Winegar. They will take
all their goods and drive their milch
cows cross country.
Mrs. E. F. Surface closed the pri
mary department of the city school
last Friday, and on Tuesday of this
week Prof. J. E. Stubbs finished
the term in his r.oom. The city has
had a successful school year, a pro-
fiitable one to the pupils, and every
body wishes the teachers a pleasant
Mrs. Surface will, of
cou.se, remain at home although she
will spend some time in Portland
soon. Prof. Stubbs will go home
to his people at Gresham, and later
he will go over to Fossil.
Articles of incorporation were put
on file Monday in the county clerk’s
office for the Clackamas Hop Farm
are, L. V. Woodward, F. D. Calef,
and J. H. Woodward. The capital
stock is $30,000 and the value of
each share is $100. The principal
office of the county will be estab
lished at Graeme. Three directors
are to lie chosen. The articles of
incorporation say that the company
will cultivate fanning lands and buy
and sell hops and other farm pro
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. Townsite
Estacada State Bank
Young People’ s Meeting will be
held next Sunday evening at 7 p.
m.. Subject, “ Serving by Example”
Leader, Kitty Ellen Reagan.
come prepared to help the leader.
Everyone has a most cordial invita
tion to attend. Miss Gertrude Mor
row was to have conducted at the
last meeting, but was called away
Senator Brownell, Eli Maddock
A teacher over near Antelope had
and Dr. Smith drove over to Logan a clrss of young pupils in mathe
matics before her. Examples were
in addition and the following illus
tration was offered by the teacher:
“ Now children, if I lay four eggs
on the desk, and Sammy,” and she
pointed to a freckled faced lad at
the head of the class, ‘ ‘should lay
three eggs on the desk, how many
would there be?”
The bad boy of
the class, who was at the foot and
had listened intently shouted, “ Go
on Sam, take her up! I don't think
she can do it!”
Is going to grow this
coming summer more
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.
Edith Shannon and Wavo
elleu were visiting friends and rela
tives in Springwater last Sati
Bertha Genserwoski hris reti
home from Portland. She ree
a scald on her arm and is unal
continue her work.
Marve Parks was in our burj
The boys will organize a besket
ball team next Saturday and play
on the Shibley farm
The Springwater grange held its
monthly meeting Saturday with a
fair attendance. The literary part
consisted of a debate which was a
success, on Resolved, that country
life is better than city life.
Mrs. Howard was present.
The C. E. will hold its monthly
business meeting and social at the
Manse Friday evening May 18, and
everyone is invited.
Polly need not worry himself a-
bout our boys. I think they are able
to take care of themselves.
— Happy Hooligan.
It Is Dangerous to Neglect a Cold
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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
For more than twenty years Mr. J. B.
Massey, of 3322 Clinton St., Minneapo
lis, Minn., was tortured by sciatica. The
pain and suffering which he endured
during this time is beyond comprehen
sion. Nothing gave him any permanent
relief until he used Chamberlain’s Pain
Balm. One application of that liniment
relieved the pain nnd made sleep and
rest possible and less than one bottle
lia . effected a ] erma lent cure. If troub
led with sciatica or rheumatism why not
try a 25-cent bottle of Pain Baltn and see
for your self how cpiickly it relieves the
pain. For sale by the Estacada Drug
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land states by act of August 4. 1 892,
Farmers is Solicited
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fa J. W. REED, Pres.
T. YUCUM, Vice-Pres
R. A. STRATTON, Cashier
PROFESSIONAL CAR D S
T IM E C A R D
Dr. C. B. SMITH
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
0. W. P. & Ry. Co.
Estacada office: Up stairs in Howe's store.
Dr. Smith will bt at his home in Eagle
Creek evenings anti mornings.
ESTACA DA-PORTI, ANI)
William K. Haviland, M. D.
Office at drug store
Cars leave Estacada for Port
7 : 37 . 9 : 37 . IU 37 A. M. and
i: 37 . 3 47 . 5 : 37 . 9:05 P- M.
PHYSICIAN end S U R G EO N
Comer Shafford and Fourth
W ay freight leaves Estacada
in the morning, returning in
All business promptly attended to
OREGON C IT Y ,
Cars leave Portland for Esta
7:30.9:30, 11:30 A- M. and
1:30, 3:40, 5:44, 7:15 P. M.
Geo. C. BRQWNELL
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE OF
OREGON FOR THE COUNTY OF CLACKAMAS
In the Matter of the
Estate of Thomas J . Andre, J
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has
been duly appointed Administratrix of the above
named Estate by the above entitled Court. All per
sons having any claims against said estate are re
quested to present them, with proper vouchers there
for, to me within six (6) months from date hereof, at
the office of R. A. Stratton. Estacada, Clackamas
Mary E. Andre,
Administratrix of the Estate of
Thomas J. Andre. Deceased.
Dated, Estacada, Oregon, May 8. 1906.
« Timber Land, Act June 3. 1878.
States Land Office. Portland. Oregon. May
I ance 5th United
1906. Notice is hereby given that in compli
with the provisions ot the act of congress of
3, 1878, entitled “An act for the sale of timber
lands in the states of California, Oregon. Nevada and
Washington territory," as extended to all the public
Business of the Merchants of Estacada and the
PU ZAN OW SKI
of Holbrook, county of Multnomah, state of Oregon,
has this day filed in this office his sworn statement
6915, for the purchase cf the NeK ofseK. SK of
seK & SeK of swK cf section 10 in township 6
south, range 4 east, and will offer proof to show that
the land sought is more valuable for its timber or
stone than for agricultural purposes, and to establish
his claim to said land before U. S. Land office at
Portland, Oregon, on Friday, the 27th day of July,
1906. He names witnesses: W G Jones of Port
land. Oregon; Edward E Brown of Boring, Oregon;
Preston E Bonney of Colton, Oregon and John Cor
bett of Colton, Oregon. Any and all persons claiming
adversely the above described lands are requested to
file their claims in this office on or before said 27th
day of July. 1906.
Algernon S. Dresser. Register.
Sue Martin, an old and highly
rcspec ted resident of Faisonia,,Miss., was
sick w ith stomach trouble for more than
six montha. Chamberlain’s Stomsch and
Liver Tablets cured her. She says: “ I
can now eat any thing I want and am
the proudest woman in the world to find
! such a good medicine* For sale by the
I Estacada Drug Store.
Not If as Rich as Rocktfclier
Notice for Pubication
United States land office. Portland. Oregon. April
28, 1906. Notice is hereby given that incompliance
with the provisions of the act of congress of June 3,
1878. entitled “An act for the sale of timber lands in
the states of California, Oregon, Nevada, and Wash
ington territory;" as extended to all the public land
states by act of August 4, 1892, Preston E. Bon
ney, of Colton, county of Clackamas, state of Ore
gon. has this day filed in this office his sworn state
ment No. 6909, for the purchase of the NEK of
township 6 South,
range 4 East, and will offer proof to show that the land
sought is more valuable for its timber or stone than
for agricultural purposes, and to establish his claim to
said land before the U. S. Land Office at Portland,
Oregon, on Wednesday the 25th day of July, 1906,
He names as witnesses: Edward E. Brown of Boring
Oregon, Oliver Laferty of Colton, Oregon, John
Laferty of Colton. Oregon, and Joseph Arquette of
Colton, Oregon. Any and all persons claiming ad
versely the above described lands are requested to
file their claims in this office on or before said 25
day of July. 1906.
Algernon S. Dresser. Register.
Notice for Publication
U S. Senators by a direct vote of
the people. Am a temperence man
and Woman Suffragist. We need
Notice for PuMkotroo
fewer laws and better ones.
Will United States Land office. Portland. Oregon. May
is hereby given that In compli
serve my constituents to the best of ance with the Notice
provisions 0 # the act of congress of
June 3. 1878, entitled “An act for the sale of timber
W. A. HEYLMAN,
Notice for Publication
United States Land Office, Portland, Oregon, Ap
ril 17, 1906. Notice is hereby given that in compli
ance with tha provision* of the act of Congress of June
3, 1878, entitled “An act for the sale of timber lands
in the states of California, Oregon. Nevada and Wash
ington territory," as extended to all the public land
states by act of August 4, 1892, Harry A. Eilers of
Portland, county of Multnomah, state of Oregon, has
this day filed in this office his sworn statement No.
6879 for the purchase of the SwK of SwKof Sec. 8
in township No 3 S. range 5 E. and will offer proof to
show that the land sought is more valuable for its tim
ber or stone than for agricultural purposes, and to es
tablish his claim to said land before U. S. Land of
fice at Portland, Oregon, on Friday, the 13 day of
July, 1906. He names as witnesses: Andy Kltz-
miller of Dover. Oregon; Fred Eilers of Portland,
Oregon; Claude Loucks of Portland. Oregon, and
Charles Wemple of Portland. Oregon. Any and all
persons claiming adversely the above described lands
are requested to file their claims In this office on or
before said 13 day of July. 1906.
Algernons. Dresser. Register.
United States Land Office. Portland. Oregon, April
1 6. 1906. Notice is hereby given that In compliance
with the provisions of the act of congress of June 3.
1 878, entitled “An act for the sale of timber lends In
the states of California, Oregon. Nevada and Wash-
ngton territory." as extended to all the public lend
N. F. NELSO N
states by act of August 4. 1892, Edward E. Brown of
county of Clackamas, state of Oregon, has
Independent (Hayseed) Candidate
this day filed in this office his sworn statement No
For States Senator,
6875, for the purchase of the NEK of section No 32
in township No 5 S. range No4 E. and will offer proof
of Harding Precinct
to show that lend sought is more valuable for itstlmber
My platform is simply,
or stone then for agricultural purposes, and to estab
his claim to said la nd before the Register & Re
DO R IG H T
ceiver at Portland, Oregon. on Friday, the 13 day
I In other words, I believe we should of July. 1906.
He names as witnesses: Press
be as honest and economical in pol- ! E . Bonney of Colton, Oregon: John W. Corbett of
Colton, Oregon; John Muss of Boring. Oregon and
hies as in private life. I favor edu-! Frank Sutton, 0 # Boring. Oregon. Any and all
cation and good roads. While the persons claiming adversely the aboved escribed lands
are requested to file their claims in this office on or
primary law does not give satisfac before said 13 day of July, 1906.
Algernon S. Dresser. Register
tion, yet I believe in the election of
Main offices of the company: 132 1-2
First St. Portland, Oregon.
If yon had all the wealth of Rocke
feller, the Standard Oil magnate, you
could not buy a better medicine for
bowel complaints than Chamberlain’s
Colic, Cholic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. The most eminent physician
can not prescribe a Itetter preparation for
Attorney at Law
colic and diarrhoea, both for children '
and adults. The uniform success of this j
remedy has shown it to be superior to all Estates carefully looked after. Mortga
others. It never fails, and when reduced
ges foreclosed and Collections made
with water and sweetened, is pleasant to ;
AH Business Given Careful Attention
take. Every fanuly should be suppied
with it. Sold by Estacada Drug Store.
Notice of Appointment of Administra
trix, and Final Settlement
We have for sale in a splendid
location on the hill, a Five Room
House on a goed lot, with fence,
good well and out-buildings. All
at a price that is bound to sell it.
Call at the Estacada State Bank.
g iv e n
The big quake’ s tail end was not
so far away. The More Observer GRAND
observes that wells drilled at Carley PRIZE
'lig h e s t
in Wash., a few miles northeast of A w a rd
Arlington, sunk by prospectors in
the hope of securing a flow of crude
petroleum, two years ago, in Which
water came to the surface level,
have become active artesian gush
ers since the hour of the destructive
earthquake in California.
sults were not up to anticipations of
T h e N e w e n d F n h -.r g n d
of those who planned the exploita
E d i t i o n C o n t a in s
tion, and the enterprise was ahan-1
Water from the principal
o e r v i i h a W o r ld
well is being I hrovvn ten feet into j with more than £ 5 , 0.0 tiu.,. Ui:W c.i the
latest cornua returns.
the air, and the flow has heen con N o w B t o g r a p h l r n l D t c ilo .- .a r y
over M H nuted
tinuous and even in voluiun since oontalnli:* tlio
persons, dato of birth, d: a::., eto.
the carthquke in San Francisco,
Bdlted by TV. T. IT/ URIS.Ph.TI., IX .I1,
j At the same time several springs of United h.iti'sConuu. roar, . truest too.
O a ttr lo P a g e s
limpid water appears in the vicinity Mew PloSe 2 a, 3 0 0 6)00
where none had been before.
N e e d e d In E v e ty H o r o a
George Stratton in company with
j A. F. Campbell spent a part of last
week in tnc Hood River country
inspecting the land and the reasons
, nnd conditions which have estab
lished M ich a world wide name for
Job W o rk
T H E N EW S O FFIC E
lands in the states of California. Nevada and Oregon,
and Washington territory.” as extended to all the
rubltc land states by act of August 4. 1892. Charles
B. Russell cf Portland, county of Multncmah. state of
Oregon, has this day filed in this office his sworn
statement No. 6639. for the purcheee of the SeK of
NeK. N 4 of Nek * NeK of NwK of
section 24 In township 6 a. range 4 a. and will offer
proof 10 show that the lend sought Is more valuable
for its timber or stone than for agricultural purposes,
and to establish his claim to said land before the U.
S. land office at Portland. Oregon, on Friday,
he 27 day of Juty. 1906. He names as witness
es: Manning Van Alstine of Portland. Oregon; Har-
lert Van Alstine of Portland. Oregon; Albert E.
Drinker of Portland Oregon, and John T. Drinker
of Portland. Oregon.
all persona claiming adversely the above described
lends we requested to file their claims in this offk*
on or befort said 27 day cf July. 1906.
Algernon S Dresser Register.