The Estacada news. (Estacada, Or.) 1904-1908, June 14, 1906, Image 4

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    The ESTACADA NEWS
j th e A s s e s s o r s o f
Wtsicrn
O reg o n ,
A K T IF IC A L
E Y E S FIT T E D
b y w h ic h th e u n ifo rm a sse ssm e n t o f
£i g,oco per mile for the roadbed
D R . D. C H A M B E R S
and rolling stock of the Southern
O P T O M E T R IS T
1‘acific Company was decided upon.
RntereJ nt tht: postofTice in Hstai-iula, Or.
VISION SCIENTIFICALLY CORRECTED
Last year this company in Clack­
a> second clatu mail.
129 Seventh St.
amas County was assessed at the
AdvertiMiiR rates u n !e known on tppli-
O REGO N *
catujn. Copy for publication and change rate of $7.500 per mile, but Assess­ P O R T L A N D ,
of a*! copy must t.-e handed in not later or Nelson had already this year
than Wednesday Yiiorniug to insnre pub­
raised the assessment to fiio,coo per Crimp, Bert W illard and L Fcrgu-
lication for that week.
mils on the roadbed, while she roll- son of New Fra.
SL'SSCSIP I JON RAfIS
fi co nig stock was assessed at a separate
On« Veer
The total vote cast at the general
.50
Six Month«
valuation,
li paid in advance
election in Clackamas county was
4.792. Of this number 120 did not
j u n k 14 .19 0 6
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wilson, of
vote for governor.
Portland, visited at Orchard Home
Two compatii s, the Mount Hood
Election of a district school cleik list Sunday. Mr. Wilson worked
Electric
Co. and the Sandy River
and trtastirer, and a director takes . with Mr. Boswell in British Colum
Electric
Co.
are acquiring rights-of
place next Mcnday in the school bia last year, and was a foreman of
way in the north of the county.
house at 7:50 p. in. The director I on of the crew of men.
PUBUSHnn KV1CRY TTCUSnAY nv
M. A. W IL L IA M S
MOWERS
Binders <3 b Self-Dump
HAY RAKES
is to serve three years and the cleik j yit and Mr3. M. L. Ryckman of ! The ball game played last Sun-
nnd treasurer one year. Director ' Clackamas left on Tuesday for I,ca-1 flay hetwten tlie Ctirrinsville and
J. W. Reed's term expires and his bllIg> wliere they will live during | Eagle Creek^boy* ended .0 U> 17 in
successor is to be elected. The of-: t)ie summer.
Mr Ryckman will favor of the form-, r. The lotteries ’
fice of clerk is the most important j lje engBg e(i either at the fish hatcli- were, Eagle Creek—Cluster and 1
Douglas;Currinsville Bronson and j
of all as he is custodian of all school j L.ry or j., pjle wood business,
money. It most not be forgotten I r _Q U) j F r<ovclaa. for Flour Bronson. Portland West Euders I
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that the women arc voters at th is ' and Fecd
If you waut t0 buy and Estacada play next Sunday.
Lloyd Yocum me-t with a bad ac- j
election, and they are eligible to of-1 F!()Ur or Fce;1 gtt his pric, s, he can
fice; provided, they have children save you money. Hides and Sheep cident Monday. He was standing '
of school age, or own real property Pelts bought. Estacada, Oregon. on the engine at their sawmill and .
in their own name
Ins feet slipped letting him down on
Warehouse on O. W. P. track.
tlie engine. The engine was run- |
Ray Wilcox who is engaged with
The Payment of County Taxes. John Page in falling timber along ning and Mr. Yocum fell in such a j
position the oil cap on the piston J
We are occassionally asked about tlie railroad, accidentally inflicted a rod struck him in the lower part of j j
the tux laws, and for the benefit of bad cut on liis left leg with his ax the back at every stroke of the p is- j j
those who want to know about the last Friday, and he has been laid ton. He remained in this position j j
payment of their taxes we reprint a up, although he was out again in a until the engine was stopped. Mr.
day or two with the aid of crutches.
portion of the general laws, 1901.
Yocum is rapidly recovering, how­
Sheriff-elect Robert Beatie, it has ever, under the doctor’s care.
Sec. 14. Taxes legally levied and
charged in any year may be paid 0111 been said, will appoint as his chief
Ice may be obtained at the Hotel j j
or before the first Monday of April j deputy, Shirley Buck of Clackamas,
Estacada in not less than 5 0 pound \ ‘
following, and if not paid they shall Mr. Buck is a well known citizen of
become delinquent; provided, how -; the county, i an ex-teacher and six quantities at a cent a pound.
ever, that if one-half of the taxes a-
gainst an y particular parcel of real
estate1, of file taxes on personal prop­
erty charged’ against any individual,
be paid on ttf b'.fore the said first
Monday in Vpri, then tlu time for
the payment of tlie remainder of
such tax m ay be cxtendel to and
in eluding the first Mo idny of O to­
iler next following, but if the re­
maining one-half of such tax be not
paid cn or lie-fore tlie first Monday
of October, then such remaining '/j
shall be delinquent, and besides the
penalty, interest thereon shall be
charged and Collected at the rate of
12 per cent, from the first Monday
in April preceeding; and upon all
delinquent taxes there shall be col­
lected from the payer of such taxes,
for the benefit of the county to per
cent as a penalty, ami for the bene­
fit of the county or other corpora­
tion which shall have an interest in
any portion of such taxes, interest
at the rate of 12 per centcn such
taxes from the day on which they
be come delinquent until paid; pro
t ided, that there shall be ; 11 allow­
ance of 3 per cent rebate up 11 any
tax paid on any acrl or personal
property charged to any in iividual
us aforesaid on or before March 15,
next prior to the date tvl'.en such
tax would become delinquent if not
paid.
A list of real estate 011 which the
taxes are unpai 1 and delinquent is
published in the fall.
years ago he ran for the office of
county superintendent
Mrs. J. W. Reed, Rachel and
Russel, spent Tuesday at home in
Estacada. The latter part of this
week they go to Ballard, a suburb
of Seattle, a station up in Washing­
ton. They will spuid several weeks
in Ballard visiting Mrs. Reed’s sis­
ters, the Misses Oakley1.
Mr. and Mrs. John Sluitte and
daughters, Bertha and Clara, have
returned to Estacada. Since leav­
ing here last year they have spent a
part of the time on the Sound, at
Sail Francisco, Ashland, Medford,
Grants Pass and Portland. They
have opened their Park Hotel.
The second session of the Clack­
amas County Summer Normal will
be opened Monday, June 25, and
continue up to the August examina­
tion. A thorough review is offered
in all the branches required for
county certificates. The instructor
will be Superintendent J. C. Zinzer,
Professor T J. Gary, principal of
the Willamette School, and profess­
or L- A. Read, principal of the
P.trkplace school.
The Very Best Remedy foa Bowel Trouble
M r. M. I*\ Burroughs, an old and well
known resident of Bluff ton, Ind. says:
" I regard Cham berlain’s Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Rem edy as the very best
remedy for bowel trouble. I make this
statement aftdV having used the remedy
in m y fam ily for several years. I am
never without it .” This remedy is a l­
most sure to be needed before the sum-
F. N e l- mcr is over. W hy not by it uoW and be
A lim n v , prepared fo an emergency? Fo r sale by
County Assess or James
son has returned fro m
where he attended a Con v e il ti
ESTACADA
Is going to grow this
coming summer m o r e
rapidly than ever before.
The great Electric Pow-
*cr Plant, costing over
$ 1 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0 .0 0
w ill b e
completed, a large saw ­
mill will Le built, and
logs will be floatad down
the Clackamas from miles
above. The price of prop­
erty should advance with
the completion cl enter­
prises now under way,
and the perfecti en of those
already in operation.
We have aome choice busi­
ness and residence lots in
Estacada which are good in­
vestments for anyone.
Prices reasonable and terms
easy.
0. W. P. Townsitc
Company
PORTLAND OREGON
State BarK
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Early Wednesday morning June
H* 13, occtired the death of John G.
a Epperson, r.t the home of his sister,
uj Mrs. R. G. Palinatccr, near Gar
y ; field. Mr. Epperson was born al
at
Roseburg 41 years ago, but has re
led .'.bout all his lifetime with his
H !K,’> lie . at the old homestead on Sun-
dy Ridge east of Kstacada. He had
been M. k for several weeks. Mr.
Epperson leaves four brothers and
two sisters. The funeral and burial
services take place today, Thursday
at the school house and the Sandy
1 Ridge cemetery.
Reward Distributed
H an g in g H ooks an d M a n ila R opes
W hen you can buy from us for less?
How to Brea* Up a Cold
It may be a surprise to many to learn
that a severe cold ean be com pletely
broken up in one or two days time. The
first symptoms of a cold are a dry, loud
cough, a a profuse watery discharge from y
the nose, and a thin white coating on the
tongue. W hen Chambf rlain ’s cough rem- • ||
edy is taken every hour on lhe first ap­
pearance of these symptoms, it conn'.er­
ects tlie effects o f the cold and restores
the system to a healthy condition within j
a day or two. Sold by the Kstacada
Drug Store.
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tÿè Cary Hardware Company"
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Timber Land, Act Ju n e 3. 1878.
Notice for Publication
THE ESTACADA STATE BANK
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SPRINGWATER NEWS
■gfgWmreiiit 2 ! v m w u w iv x » » n w
A very nice and quiet wedding
took place at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Sliibley on June 7th. ] fCl
The contracting parties were Miss (y
Maude Sliibley and Elmer Dibble. ( S
The wedding ceremony which was | (9
psrformed by Rev. J K. Blair was j a
pleasing and impressive. Mr. and (j
Mrs. Dibble are at home to friends
at Ellwood.
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Children’s Day for the S p rin g -!®
wafer Sunday school lias been post- (9
potted till the 4th Sunday in June ^
Notice of Appointment of Administre-
trix, and final Settlement
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE OF
OREGON FOR THE COUNTY OF CLACKAMAS
In the Matter of tho
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Estate of Thomas J . Andre, j
t
Dece ssd
Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned has
been duly appointed Administratrix cf 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
tho office of R .A . Stratton, Estacada, Clackamas
county. Oregon.
Mary E. Ardre,
Administratrix of the Estate of
Thomas J . Andre. Deceased.
Dated, Estacada, Oregon, May C. 1906.
Hi o f U:c Ertacad» D in* Store.
John G. Epperson Dead
W H Y PAY OTHERS MORE FOR
Double harpoon Forks, Pulleys, Play Carriers,
( INCORPORA ÍED)
CAPITAL $10,000.00
A GENERAL BA::KING. BUSINESS TRANSACTED
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
ON
OF i p AND 1 5 PER CT.
Only for a few months
Special terms if cream is sold to us
Babcock Milk and Cream Testers of
all Sizes, and Separator Oil For Sale.
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Call on us—We arc here to serve you
Dr. C. B. SMITH
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0. W. P. & R). Co.
SONS,
BORING
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United States land office, Portland. Oregon. May
1 7. 1906. Notice is hereby given that In compliance
Timber Land Act, June 3. 1878
with the provisions of the act of congress of June 3.
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1878. entitled "An act for the sale of timber iand 3 In
Notice for Publication
The Business of the Merchants of Estacada and the
the
statos of California, Oregon, Nevada, ar.d Wash-
United State land office, Portland, Oregon, May 22
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906. Notice is hereby given that in compliance j *n 8 t°n territory; as extended to all the public land
| y j
Fanners is Solicited
with the provisions of tho act of congress of June 3. ; »tal«»byaot of August 4, 1892. William G. Jones
878, entitled “ An act for the sale of timber lands in cf Portland, county of Multnomah, state of Ore­
the states of California. Oregon, Nevada, and Wash­ gon. has this day filed in this office his sworn state­
ington territory." as extended to all the public land ment No. 6928, for the purchase of the North­
\VK W ILL EXTEND YOU EVERY FACILITY
j states by set cf August 4, 1892, Marie S . Lihdsley, east quarter of section 14, In township 6 South,
I of Pcrt’ar.d, county of Multnomah, state of Oregon has rangp 4 East, and will offer proof to show that the land
CONSISTANT W ITH MODERN BANKING PRINCIPLES
this day filed in this office her sworn statement No. sought is more valuable for Its timber or stone than
j 6933, for the purchase of the SM neW of section 34, for agricultural purposes, and to establish his claim to
in township 6 S . range 4 east, and will offer proof to said land before the U. S . Land Office at Portland,
I show that the land sought is moro valuable for its Oregon, on Tuesday the 7th day of Aug 1906,
timber cr stone than fer agricultural purposes, and to He names as witnesses: Edward E. Brown cf Boring
^ 1 establish her claim to said land before the register & Oregon. John Corbett of Colton, Oregon. Preston E
receiver at Portland. Oregon, on Thursday, the 9th Bonney of Colton. Oregon, and Jozef Puzanowski of
Holbrook, Oregon. Any and all persons claiming ad­
day of August 1906. She names as witnesses:
versely the above described lands are requested to
J . C. Burke, of Portland, Oregon
file tj^eir claims in this office on or before said 7th
Charles H. Osborn of
day c iW ur. 1906.
Albert Fasold, of
Algernon S. Dresser. Register.
George L. Lindsley of
Any and all persons claiming adversely the above
described lands are requested to file their claims in
Notice for Publication
this office on or before said 9th day of August 1906.
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United States Land Office. Portland. Oregon. April
Algernon S . Dresser. Register.
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16. 1906. Notice is hereby given that In compliance
with the previsions of the act of congress of June 3.
Timber Land Act, June 3. 1878
1878. entitled "An act for the sale of timber la ids in
the states of California, Oregon. Nevada and Wash-
Notice for Publication
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
j United States land office. Portland, Oregon. May ngton territory." as extended to all the public land
1 22, 1906. Noiice is hereby given that In compliance states by act of August 4. 1892, Edward E. Brown of
! with the provision* of the act of congress of June 3. Boring, county of Clackamas, state of Oregon, has
; 1878. entitled “An act for the sals of timber landa in this day filed in this office his sworn statement No
J the states of California. Oregon. Nevada, and Wash- 6875. for the purchase of the NEV of section No 32
P H Y S IC IA N i ; SU R G E O N
I Ir.gton territory." as extended to ail th public land ifi township No 5 S , range No 4 E. and will offer proof
* states by act of August 4, 1892. George L. Lindsley, to show that land sought is more valuable for itstimber
i : ! of Portland. Orescn. county of Multnomah, state 0f 'cr s:one ,han fcr ^ c u ltu r a l purpoaes, and to aatat-
Estacada office: L'p stairs in Howe's store.
Oroeon. h is thla day fllod In this offlcs Ms sworn 1 Uah his claim to said land baton th t Register & R e­
statement 6932. for the purchase of the NK ne’< ceivor a; Portland, Oregon, on Friday, the I 3 day
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n 'j n w * of section 34 in township 6 S . range 4 E., | °< Ju ly. 1906.
He names as witnesses: Press
Dr. Sm ith w ill l»e at his home' in Eagle
KST AC A DA-PORT I. AND
| and will offer proof to show that the laud sought is F- Bonney of Colton, Oregon: John W. Corbett of
Creek evenings and morning*.
| more valuable for its timber or stone than for agricu'.- ! Colton. Oregon: John Musa of Boring. Oregon and
tura; purposes, and lo establish his claim to said land Frank Sutten of Bering. Oregon.
Any and id
Cars leave Estacada for Port- j . . ; before
the register h receiver at Portland. Oregon on , Persor .3 claiming adversely the aboved escribed lands
V Thursday the 9th day of August. 1906. He names are requested to file their claims In this offica onor
land :
" | as witnesses: J . C. Burke of Portland. Ore.. Charles hafore said 1 3 day of July, 1906.
H. Osborn cf Portland. Ore.. Albert Pescld. of Molal- 1
Algernon S . Dresser. Register
7:37. -9 G7. 11:37 A. M. and
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
la. Ore., M arieS. Lindsley erf Portland. Ora.
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A n v sn d .ll parsons claiming adversely the sbeve
N otice fo r P u b lic a tio n
Office at drug store
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Kstacada
described lands are requestedto file their claims fn
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this office onor fcefcreaatJ 9 th d a, of Auras! 1906.
Omwd S .* » s U nd office. Portland Oregon. May
Cars Lave Portland for Esta­
R E S ID E N C E
Algernon S . Dresser. Rsgisrer.
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ar.ee with the provisions of the act of congress of
cada :
Corner Shafford ami Fottrth
Phone
j June 3. 1878. entitled “An act for the sale of timber
Timber Land act. June 3. 1878
! lands in the states of California. Nevada and Oregon,
7:30,9:30, 11:30 A. M. and
and Washington territory." as extended to all the
Notice for Publication
1:30, 3:40. 5.44, 7:15 P. M.
cublic land states by act of August 4. 1892. Charles
UnitedStatos land office Portland, Oregon. May
B. RucteH cf Portland, county of Multnomah, state cf
,
26.
1906.
Notice
is
h
ere'y
given
that
in
compli­
LAWYER
I Oregon, has this day filed in this office his sworn
with the provisions cf the act of « r g r e s s cf June
Way freight leaves Estacada | ance
| «atem ent No. 6712. for the purchase of the SoK ol
3. 1878. entitled “ An act for the cale cf timber lards
N e * . NH of N e* & N e* of N w * of
All business promptly attended to
in the morning, returning in ! In the stales of Cal fornla. Oregt n Nevada and Wash­ section
24 in township 6 a. range 4 a. and will offer
ington
territory."
as
extended
to
a:l
the
public
lard
ORKGOJf CfTV,
ORI.COM
the evening.
proof to show that the land sought # is more va'uable
states by act of August 4. 1892. Frank P. Drinker,
for It* timber or stone than f^r agric»iUwai purposes
of Baker City county cf Baker, state cf Oregon, has
Main offices of the company: 132 1-2
Unknown friends
and to establish his c’aim to «aid lard before th# J .
this day filed in this of ¡ice his sworn statement 6944.
First
St.
Portland,
Oregon.
S . land office at Portland. Oregon, on Friday. *
There arc many jx'ople who have u* ' ’
for ike purchase of the Sw*% ne*i- l h nwh* & r.w\
He names as witneaa-
of nwfc of section 24 in tewnship 6 S . rarga 4 E. he 27 day of Ju* 7 . 190S.
Chimbertain’s Colic, C bolero and l.i.;-
•s: Manning Van Alstlne of Portland. Oregon; Ha:
and will offer proof to show that the land sought is
rhoea Remedy w t splendid results, blit
rlet Van Alstine of Portland. Oregon: Albert T.
more valuable for Its timber cr stone than roe agricul­
Drinker of Portland Oregon, and John T. Drinker
who are unknown because they have
tural purposes, and to establish his c’aim tc said lard
of Portland. Oregon.
Any and
hesit »ted about giving a u it uonial cf
before the re g ster and receiver at Portland. Gregcn
ail persons claiming adversely tha above described
on Friday the 24 day of August. 1906. Ha names
their experience for publication. Tin
lands are requested to file their rietma in this office
as witnesses: Charles B. Russell of f M o i Ore­
pi pie. Lo.vcvcr, Ar- rione the less friends
on or before said 27 lay of Ju ly. 1906.
gon: Manning VanAlstire of Pcrtland. Oregrn: John
of this remedy. They have «lone much
Algernon S. Draesar. Register.
T. D rnker of Pert lard Oregon: Albert E. Drinker of
Attorney at Law
" § J. W. REED, Pres.
T. YUCUM, Vice-Pres
fâ
R. A. STRATTON, Cashier
DeLaval Cream Separators S
SPECIAL DISCOUNT
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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 t 6 all the public
land states by act of August 4, 1 892,
JÜZEF PUZANOWSKI
of Holbrook, county of Multnomah, state of Oregon
has this day filed in this office his sworn statement
I 6915. for the purchase of the NeK cf se&, SH of
I s e t f & S e * ofsw tf of section 10 in township 6
I 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,
906. He names witnesses: W G Jones of Port­
land, Oregon: Edward E Brown of Coring, Oregon;
Preston E Bonney of Colton, Oregon and John Ger-
! bett of Colton, Oregon. Any and all persons claiming
! adversely the above described lands are requested to
| file their claims ln this office on or before said 27th
J day of Ju ly. 1906.
Algernon S . Dresser, Register.
Notice for Publication
United States Land Office, Pcrtland, Oregon, Ap­
ril 1 7, 1906. Notice is hereby given that in compli­
ance with tha provisions of the act of Congress of June
3, 1 878, 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 cf Multnomah, state of Oregon, has
this day filed In this oiflco hl 3 sworn statement No.
6879 for the purchase of the S w Ji of Sw ^of Sec. 8
| ln township No 3 S . range 5 E. and will offer proof to
show that the ,and »ought 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 in this office on or
before said 13 day of July, 1906.
Algernons. Dresser. Register.
ORE
Damssciu Creamery
Livery Stuòie
& Dray Line
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The Clackamas county court has
¡distributed th e $1500reward for the
W. A. JONfS, Prop.
t capture of the outlaw. Smith, ns fol­
lows: One-half or $750 to Harry
I Drayer, of Spokane, who was the All work given prompt attention
WOOD
! first to see ami shoot Smith; $50
L txh to W. J. Culver, Geo. Morclen
r>rr, any length always on hand
! and Andy Vaughn. The balance,
j or $600. was divided equally amon^ 1
Mrs. Bratti 11 of Car.by, Harry Min- OREGON WAT FR POWER & RY.
COMPANY’S
to of Salem, John Doe. Sam Smith, i
HOTU
¡of Wcodburn, Prank Snow, Sam
Downey, John Coniunoaf l’o atlam l,;
J K Graham, J K Deyoc, oLCanby, !
ESTACADA
C E Burns. Chas Ely, J H Slutter-
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ft ly, Win. May, J K Morris, R Fos- Finest Sum m er amt W inter Rt v irt Hotel
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near !*ortl«lnI
H t _ E C Hackett, C Cross. Jack
Rvery
^loderà
Con ven iv
lor ICS, lid. Rtc liner, Il Cooke, D
toy!les, C: a Frost, GUs Wincsòt Room a »1 hoard per day
ink lien il rie ks. H W Trem'fUi, R' Ol»! All«H'Oartl per week
if () reijon City. J H Re»!
Wr >e . r
Yuuk
D MeArthur, Dare
L. 0 . Attc.Hahon,
AarUnir, Ö V MeXuilice. Paul M R I a r» A
William K. Haviland, M. D.
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Oco. C. P j ROV v ’NELL
W. A. HEYLMAN,
toward making it a ! ousel:oM word by I
NOTARY PUBLIC
their persona! rto >: rr.ctV'at onst >friends
Estate*
carefully
looked after. Mortga­
and neigbon. It is a good medicine to
ges foreclosed and Collect*ons mode
have in the home and is widely known
for its cures of diarrhoea and nil form* of ’
Alt Business Given Cartful Atft-'Hen
bowel trouble For -ale by tlie IL«tac«la
,REGON
E sT %C A DA
Drag Store
Pcrtland, Oregon. Any tnd ail persona claiming ad­
versely tha sVrta described Unde era requested to
file their claim* itr this office cr. cr before said 24 ■ h
day of Aw g a t 1906.
A'garner. S* Dresser Register
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