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ty at this time.
It is being contended that this re
Owing to it being quite impossi- duction in the county's indebted
PUBLISHED EVHRY TUUXSD.VY BY
! ble for some of the coucilmen to at- ness has been accomplished at the
H. A. W ILLIAM S
I tend a meeting of the board Satur- expense of the road fund. Such is
Ratered at the postoffice in Estacada, Or.
I day evening, a meeting was held not the fact. The general fund and
as second class mail.
| Thursday evening instead.
The the road fund of the county are two
cation^1!,lCop>*for put'i'hoa".!')!!*a'l'i^hange only important business transacted separate and distinct funds. Instead
of ad copy must be handeti in not later was a resolution which was intro- ] of the road fund suffering at the ex- j
than Wednesday morning to insure pub
duced and passed unnuling City or i pense of the general fund, the re-
lication for that week.
dinance No. 2. This ordinance was verse is true. In the last few years
S t BSC IUP IHM SAUS
«1 00 one granting to the Hotel Estacada I several thousand dollars’ worth of
On« Y ««r
AO a $ 100-year liquor license. Liquor road machinery, including a road
If paid in advance
was to be sold as a table beverage engine, several roadrollers, a rock-
only. The license will expire on crusher and a dozen roadgraders,
MAY 24, 1906
All liquor licenses after have been purchased, and all of this
this will be placed at $500 a year.
expense has been paid for out of the
Join) Halkins arrived here Tues-
U. S. Senator: short term. Fred W
Hog, Cattle and Horse Fence at
Mulkey of Multnomah county.
SI day from Momence, 111 . Mr. Hal-
tT. S. Senator: term beginning on
Mar. 4, 1907, Jonathan Bourne of j J kins has been employed by the E s
tacada Brick & Tile Company as
A N O PEN L E T T E R
Congresssmun, 1st district: W C
11 superintendent of the company’ s To the Voters of Oregon, Greeting:
Hawley of Marion county.
Congressman, 2nd district: W R
brick plant in Estacada. He comes
Fllis of Multnomah county.
from the Tiffany Enamel Brick Co.
Governor: Janies Withycotnbe of
The undersigned sub
j of Momence with which firm he has mit to you a few of our reasons for
Secretary of state: Frank W Ben
' been connected for over twenty-one asking you to ratify, by your affir
son of nouglas county.
State treasurers: George A Steel of
years in steady employ. Mr. Hal- mative votes, the atnendent grant
Supreme judge: Robert H'tkin of I kins understands brick making in ing equal rights to women, which
I all its phases and intricacies. His has been placed before the voters
Supt. of schools: J If Ackerman of
1 family will come West later.
by a petition numerously sighned
The ESTACADA NEWS
For Beauty, Durability
And Baking Qualities
Bridge & Beach
STOVES & RANGES
State printer: Willis S Duniway of j
by the men of Oregon under the in
A t a meeting of the council Tues-
Attorney-general: A M Crawford
itiative and referendum.
; day evening an ordinance making
of Douglas county.
Th is movement has grown under
Joint senator for Clackamas and
! acts of malicious mischief punish-.
Multnomah counties: A A Bailey
agreed 1 ' ’our . management
from , the small
able was passed.
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of Multnomah county.
Joint representative for Clackamas
that should the culprits who broke | ^ 'K lnnlnbr ^ n°uu a-
and Multnomah counties: Jas. U
Woman’ s Sole Trade iiill” enacted
the globes to the street lights be not
Campbell of Clackamas coBnty.
State senator: Geo. C Brownell.
Representatives: C H Dye, Linn E
Jones, C G Huntley.
Judge: Grant B. Dimick.
Commissinoer: Jo in Lewcllen.
Sheriff: Eli C Maddock.
Clerk: Frek W Greenmail.
Recorder: C E Rambsby.
Treasurer: J C Faddock.
Surveyor: S A D Hungate.
Coroner, R L Holman.
Senator Geo. C. Brownell should
,1* re-elected by the biggest majority
he has ever been given. It would
be a proper recognition of his good
work to the county and state. Mr.
Brownell has been in tlie state sen
ate for twelve years and his servic
es are worth more to tho county and
state than a new man’ s would be.
If you are in favor of retaining the
best man in the state senate support
Voters at the general election on
June 4 should remember Fred W.
Greenmail, the republican candidate
for county clerk. • Mr. Greenmail is
an efficient county officer, and he is
conducting the office at least $75 a
month cheaper for the county than
has any democrat whoever held the
office. He was deputy under Clerk
Sleight, and was appointed to the
office ujxm the death of Mr. Sleight,
and he is now asking to be elected
to the position.
A vote for hint is
a vote for economy and a competent
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 choice busi
ness and residence lots in
Estacada which are good in
vestments for anyone.
/'rices reasonable and terms
0 . W. P. Townsite
cos e is s t a alder
PO R T L A N D O REGO N
Estacada State Bank
EST A C A D A
by your legislative
embly in ’ 72,
found the city should pay the dam
until it has reach -d such vast pro
ages. Another meeting will be held
portions as to a tf ict the attention
next Tuesday evening.
of the civilized w
tional amendme 1 imposing wom
it, submitted to
you i n ’ 84 broc t us an affirma
tive vote of ii, -2e. This amend
Should the County Be Asked ment was again submitted to your
suffrages by legislative initiative in
to Build the German
1900 bringing us a vote of 26,265.
Although the population of the big
commercial centers had more than
How shall the people living east
doubled in 16 years, the “ No” vote
of here and north of Eagle Creek
was only increased 226, while the
get a good road built so that it will
“ Yes” vote was augmented 15,042.
be convenient for them to market
This, to us, is a palpable augury of
their produce at Estacada? This
the triumph which we confidently
question has been agitating the
look to you to consumate for us on
minds of the people for some time.
the 4th of June by placing “ X ” be- j
A rich and well-settled country,
tween “ 302” and “ Y es” on your
peopled with a thrifty class of citi
ballots. Do this and you will hon-
zens lies to the north of Eagle creek
er our flag of truce, the only power :
and east of Estacada, and the creek
we cfm offer in our defense against
cuts them out of a direct route to
the balloted forces of the opposition.
town. What is needed is a bridge
Do this, and you will honor Ore
and some grade work done on lxith
gon, your mothers and yourselves.
sides of the creek. It is not an e x
And your petitioners will ever pray.
pensive undertaking, and is thought
Abigail Scott Duniway, H on-
that if the people of F.stacada and
ary President Oregon Equal' Suf-
the Burn district would get together
fage Association and State Federa
a plan for a road and the grading
tion of Woman’s Clubs.
could tie devised. A s it is they are
Mrs. Henry Waldo Coe, Presi
forced to drive considerable out of
dent Oregon Equal Suffrage Asso
their way to gtt to town.
Charlotte Moffott Cartwright, ,
President Woman's Pioneer A u x il
iary Associa, ion.
Sarah N. Evens, President O r-!
egoti Federation of Woman’s Clubs.
Esther C. Pliol, M. D , Presi
By R igid Economy, County In-
dent Woman’ s Medical Assoc’n.
A Road to George
If you are in favor of our present
local option liquor law vote No on
the amendment that will be voted
The amendment makes
too much of a change in the law to
suit anyone in favor of temperence.
A hard fight is on over this amend
ment and it is between the believers
in the saloon, and those who do not
believe in them, and are for their
ARE NOT EXCELLED
C ary Hardware C om pany'
THE ESTACADA STATE BANK
C A PIT A L $10,000.00
A G E N E R A L B A N K IN G B U S IN E S S
W e handle Insurance in several of the Best and Oldest
Companies, Buy and Sell Lands and Issue Drafts
on Foreign Countries.
Business of the Merchants of Estacada and the
Farmers is Solicited
W E W IL L
How often do we hear it remarked:
“ I t ’s only a cold,” and a few days later
learn that the man is on his back with
pneumonia. This is of such common
occurrence that a cold, however slight,
should not be disregarded. Chamber
lain’s Cough Remedy counteracts any I
tendency of a cold to result in pneumo
nia, an 1 has gained its great popularity
and extensive sale by its prompt cures of
this most common ailment. It always (jF )
cures and is pleasat to take. For sale
by the Estacada Drug Store.
Cured After Twenty Years of Torture
Clackamas County Republicans
have always been men of action.
They have a habit of doing what
they say they will. An appreciable
confirmation o f this statement is
found by referring to county affairs
with respect to the indebtedness of
On March 3 1, 1906, the total out
standing indebtedness of the county
was $126 283.86
The amount of
OREGON CITY TRUST CO.
the county’ s cb'.igations fluctuated
from year to year, until on Sept 30,
Money loaned on real and
1903, the debt had reached #144,-
In the campaign of spring
of Title made
I of 1904 it will be remembered that
j retrenchments and reform were the
main issues, and it was on a plat-
Dimick & Dimick, Mgrs.
1 form pledging these things that the
reg o n C it y
O reg o n
I entire republican ticket was success
ful in the election that followed in
A s evidence of having kept faith
We have for
j with the people, the Republican
J party invites an investigation of the
■j county's present financial standing. House on a
In presenting their ticket at this K00^ we"
to sell it.
time, the republicans point with a I
Call at the 1 . ,-acada State Bank.
great deal of satisfaction to the fact
Are local Agents for
the O. W . P. Townsite Company
FAITH WITH PEOPLE
deptedness Is Reduced
TR A N SA C TED
YO U E V E R Y
F A C IL IT Y
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
Call on us—Wc arc here to serve you
J. W. HEED, Pres.
T. YUCUM, Vice-Pres ©
R. A. STRATTON, Cashier
T IM E C A R D
Dr. C. B. SMITH
PH YSIC IAN & SURGEON
Estacada office: Up stairs in Howe's store. •
Dr. Smith will be at his home in Eagle
Creek evenings and mornings.
William K. Haviland, M. D.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Office at drug store
R E SID E N C E
Corner Shafford and Fourth
Sold by Estacada Drug Store.
Notice for Publication
trix, and Final Settlem ent
United States Land Office. Portland, Oregon, Ap
ril 17, 1906. Notice Is hereby given that In compli
ance with tha 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, 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 Sw& of Sw Jiof 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 Kitz-
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 hi this office on or
before said 13 day of July, 1906.
Algernons. Dresser. Register.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE OF
OREGON FOR THE COUNTY OF CLACKAMAS
In the Matter of the
Estate of Thomas J . Andre. \
Dece; s id '
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 cf
Thomas J . Andre, Deceased.
Dated, Estacada, Oregon, May 8, 1906.
Timber Land, Act June 3, 1 878.
Notike for Publication
United States Land Office, Portland, Oregon, May
5th 1906. Notice is hereby given that in compli
ance with the provisions ot 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
Washington territory,’ ’ as extended to all the public
land states by act cf August 4, 1892, ^
JUZK F PUZAXOW SKI
of Holbrook, county of Multnomah, state of Oregon,
has this day filed in this office his sworn statement
6915. for the purchase of the Ne# o fse# , S5 i of
ieM & SeK of sw$i of 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 Ju ly. 1906.
Algernon S . Dresser, Register.
Notice for Pubication
United States land office, Portland, Oregon, April
28, 1906. Notice is hereby given that in compliance
with the provisions of the act of congress of Ju n e 3,
1878, entitled "An act for the sale of timber lands In
the states of California, Oregcn. Nevada, and W ash
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 NEJi of
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 w itnesses: Edward E. Brown of Boring
Oregon, Oliver Laferty of Colton. Oregon. John
Laferty of Colton. Oregon, and Joseph Arquette of
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.
Mrs. Sue Martin, an old and highly
respected resident of Faisonia, Miss., was
| sick with stomach trouble for more than
j six montha. Chamberlain’s Stomach and
--- - — i Liver Tablets cured her. She says: “ I
Notice for Publication
! can now eat any thing I want and am
United States Land Office. Portland. Oregon, April
j ’ the proudest woman in the world to find
1 6, 1906. Notice is hereby given that in compliancs
i ‘ such a good medicine* For sale by the with the provisions of the act of congress of June 3,
i Estacada Drug Store.
1878, entitled "An act for the sale of timber lands In
0 . W. P. & R>. Co.
ESTACA DA* PORTLAND
Cars leave Estacada for Port-
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i : 3 7 . 3 4 7 » 5=37. 9:05 P- M.
Cars leave Portland for Esta
the states of California, Oregon, Nevada and Wash-
ngton territory,” as extended to all the public land
N. F . N E L SO N
states by act of August 4. 1892, Edward E. Brown of
: : Independent (Hayseed) Candidate Boring, county of Clackamas, state of Oregon, has
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 land sought is more valuable for itstimber
My platform is simply,
or stone than for agricultural purposes, and to estab
lish h is daim to said la nd before the Register A Re
DO R IG H T
ceiver at Portland, Oregon, on Friday, the 13 day
In other words, I believe we should of Ju ly, 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 Musa of Boring. Oregon and
itics as in private life. I favor edu- Frank Sutten of 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 Rive satisfac- j httor0Ulid 13day of July. 1906.
Algernon S . Dresser. Register
tion, yet I believe in the election of
U S. Senators by a direct vote of
■ ■ the people. Am a temperence man
and Woman Suffragist. We need
Notice fo r Pubficatioa
fewer laws and better ones.
Will Urited States Land office. Portland, Oregon. May
serve my constituents to the best of 3, 1906. Notice is hereby given that in compli
ance with the provisions of the act of congress of
June 3. 1878. entitled "An act for the sale of timber
7^30» 9:30. 11:3 o A. M. and
that the indebtedness of the county
It Is Dangerous to Neglect a Cold
1:30, 3:40, 5:44, 7:15 P. M.
has been practically wiped out.
For more than twenty years Mr. J. B. !
This has been accomplished by ju Massey, of 5322 Clinton St., Minncapo
l a w y e r
W ay freight leaves Estacada
diciously applying the pruneing lis, Minn., was tortured by sciatica. The
the morning, returning in
I knife and exercising the m ost rigid j P«in and suffering which lie endured \
I economy in the administration of during this time is beyond comprehen OXKOOK CITY,
sion. Nothing gave him any permanent1
Main office» o( the company: 132 1-2
th î different departments of the
relief until he used Chamberlain's Pain
Not II » Rich as Roskchllcr
First St. Portland, Oregon.
county’ s government.
Ralm. One application of that linim ent! If yon had all the wealth of Rocke
M .■ I. M
It is on this showing th at the re- relieved the pain and made sleep and feller, the Standard Oil magnate, yo u ,
! publicans expect to have the in- rest possible and less than one bottle could not buy a better medicine for
dosement of the people at the polls hai effected a permani nt cure. If trout- bowel complaints than Chamberlain's
led with sciatica or rheumatism why not Colic, Cholic, Cholera and Diarrhoea |
| next month.
try a 25-cent hottle of Pain Balm and see
All outstanding warrants itulors- for your self how quickly it relieves the Remedy. The most eminent physician
W. A. HEYLMAN,
can not prescribe a better preparation for j
!ed prior to April 1, 1905, have been pain. For sale by the Estacada Drug colic and diarrhoea, both for children '
Attorney at Law
I called in for cancellation.
and adults. The uniform success of this j
that time warrants for not to e x
The raising of the steamer Geo. remedy has shown it to be superior »0 all Estates carefully looked after. Mortga
others. It never fails, and when reduced
ges foreclosed and Collections made
ceed $31,000 have been issued.
W. Elder has been successful ansi with water an I sweetsned, is pleasint to
That amount, in reality, represents the vessel will soon be in commis
All Business Given Careful Attention
take. Every family should be suppied
j th " actual indebtedness of the coun-
Notice of Appointment of Administra
Job W o rk
T H E N E W S O F F IC E
lands in the stateaof California. Nevada and Oregon,
and Washington territory.” as extended to alt the
public land states by act of August 4. 1892, Charles
B. RusseB of Portland, county of Multnomah, state of
Oregon, has this day filed in this office his sworn
statement No. 6639. for the purchase of the SeK of
NeK. NK of NeK A NeK of NwK of
section 24 in township 6 s. range 4 e. and will offer
proof to show that the land sought is more valuable
for its timber or stone then 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 Ju ly. 1906.
He names as witness
es: Manning Van Aiatine of Portland. Oregon; Har-
iert Van A1 stine of Portland. Oregon; Albert E.
Drinker of Portland Oregon, and John T. Drinker
of Portland. Oregon.
all persons claiming adversely the above described
lands are i »quested to file their claims In this office
on or before said 27 day of Ju ly . 1906.
Algernon S . Dresser. Register