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The ESTACADA NEWS
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LOCAL NEW S
H. A. W IL L IA M S
Entered at the postoffiee in Estacada, Or.
as second class mail.
Do not wait a week for schcol
books to be ordered when you can
get them at the Estacada pharmacy.
Advertising rates made known on app li
cation. Copy for publication and change
Contractor W. W.
of ad copy must t>e handed in not later
than W ednesday m orning to insure pub 1 severe attack of grip
lication for that week.
he is taking it easier
Boner has a
and cold, and
than he wish
Rev. C. T . McPherson of Med
IT paid la aivaaca
ford has teen assigned the work in
j the Estacada M. E. church for the
O C T O li t 4 , T 9 o 6
C. O. Brown and family of Port
The regular monthly session of
land and L. Jones of Kalatna were
the Clackamas county court is in
visiting at Mr and Mrs. Crane’s
session at Oregon City.
While in Estacada last week Mrs.
Last ytar over 700 hunter’slieei:-
sis were issued in this county, and Nina Downey, of the Maccabees,
there promises to be more t lis year. was entertained at Mrs. Boswell’s
The “ wave of prosperity” which
Born, on Friday, September 28,
is now prevailing is pretty good ev to Mr. and Mrs. E. L- Wanocott, a
idence that before another wave ar girl
More than apples can grow
rives a trough will pass by.
on that new farm.
“ A Texas Steer” is the name of
play on at one of the Portland
playhouses. What’ s in a name is
disproved here, ’ cause its all in the
Clackamas county schools get
$28,000 of the last semi-annual ap
portionment of the school moneys
Each district gets $2.70 per capita,
and $50. additional.
The articles of incorportion have
been filed for the Eagle Creek Pres
byterian organization with J. H.
Colt, E. C. Suter and Edward Still
as the incorporators.
Palma of Cuba has received his
crown of wild olives. An old man
with but little left in the world he
has nothing to do but come to the
United States and start an insur
It was stated at the council meet
ing that it would be worth close to
f. 6 oo to fix the Main street grade.
That sounds big. But the one who
made the estimate should under
stand that he is not required to cov
er the grade with silver dollars. It
isn’ t necessary. Two hundred dol
lars or less should put the grade in
fairly good condition, so as to satis
fy the country travel. It may pos
sibly be that the surveyors have
made too much of a cut in the hill,
and have overcalculated the city’ s
intentions in making the improve
Once upon a time when Ben T ill
man was addressing the United
States senate in his characteristic
way, Senator Foraker interrupted
and insisted on knowing what the
South Carolina senator was talking
about. “ Nothing" says Tillman,
“ I'm just making a few remarks on
the general cussedness of the situa
tion.” And that was what the city
council did Tuesday night.
been generally known for some time
that things are going on about the
town which should not be allowed.
But nothing has been done to put a
stop to the doings.
should be and no doubt will he done
to stop the rowdyism that has been
I s going to grow this
coming summer m o r e
rapidly than ever before.
T h e 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 floated down
the Clackamas from miles
above. T h e 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.
Prices reasonable aud terms
0 . W. P. Townsite
F IR S T
PO RTLAN D
Estacada State Bank
1.0 C A I. A c .ie r r s
liS T A C A D A
August Nadolni finishes his work
Mrs. ANNA MOORE
for the Estacada Brick & Tile Co.
D R ESSM A K IN G
today and leaves at once for his iili-
nois home. He will spend a couple
F A N C Y A N D P L A IN S E W IN G
days viewing Portland.
Mr. N a
A L L W O R K C AR E FU LLY EXECUTED
dolni has been here three mouths
building a new $7,000 brick burn CA ZA D ER O
ing kiln for the above company.
The kiln is one of the best in the
United States, and the next burn
ing of brick will go through it.
Wins Gold Medal
Meets and Discusses the
Momence was again honored last
week when another gold medal was
awarded to a contestant from here.
In the contest held at Bradley dtir-
The council had an interesting
ing the annual meeting of the W. session Tuesday.
There were no
C. T . U , Miss Leonore Hatpin w< n bids received for grading down and
W ith our beautiful 5-drawer Automatic L ift Drop Head Sewing Machine.
the coveted prize. Miss Halpin, fixing Main Street.
Th is machine with automatic bobbin winder and all the latest steel at
while young in years, has a natural there any bids for putting a drain
ability as an orator. She was giv age system on Broadway. On mo
Remembr, this is a F R E E T R I A L offer, we require no
en a course of training by Mrs. Ec'- j tion the time for receiving bids for
W e give you a written guarantee for ten years
ward Porter of this city, and is far this work was extended to Tuesday \
C A S H P R I C E $19.75
above the average of our speakers. October 9, when the coun< il meets j
— Momence, Illinois, Post,
W e will also sell you this machine on the installment plan, $2 down and
again. J. F . Lovelace handed in
Miss Halpin is a daughter of Sup-1 his report on money collected fo r !
$2 a month.
W h at more can you ask?
W e save you money on
erintendent Halpin who has charge road poll and dog tax. The report j
of the work at the Brick & Tile Co’ s shoved ¿ S i road poll and $ 12 dog
Mrs. J W. Gunsaulisand mother plant.
tax collected. Mr. Lovelace tend- j
went to Portland yesterday.
ered his resignation as city m arshal'
Gunsaulis and Mrs. Nunemaker go
which was accepted. No one was
at once to Oakland, Cal.
School started last Monday witli appointed to fill the vacancy, which
G. W. Morrow, president of the a fine attendance. We expect a leaves the city temporailly without
O. W. Townsite Co., is in Chicago good school under the supervision a police officer. A 1 Havens was of
on a business trip in connection with of Miss Ginther and Miss Wonter.
fered the position, and would have
Grandpa Shibley left Friday on a accepted it on a salary of $50 per
the C. M. & St. Paul railway com
visit to Missouri and Arkansas.
| month. This was too high, and no
T h e outside appearance of a stove
Mr. Folsome has moved out on | appointment was made. The coun-
Last week being the week of the
Jewish New Year Messrs Goldstein
cuts no figure with the
and Levitt spent a part of the week place. Mr. Wilcox who has had it ■ tioos that have prevailed in the sa
in Portland. Miss Vida Dale took rented will move on to the Cornett loons the past few weeks, and the
proprietors of these places were told
care of the clothing store
that they would have to keep better
Letters addressed to the following
remain uncalled for in the Estacada thinking of engaging in the matri order in their places of business,
postoffie: L. Complon, A. S. Em monial business. Three marriages and not allow toughs and drunks to
It seems that
erson, Ben La Mare, P. F. Duffy, inside of a month and other- pend hold rough house.
Mrs. Carrie Trenowith, Miss Ora
Hop-pickers have all returned the saloons and cause more or less
Larin, Miss Cara Davis.
with pockets full of money.
disturbances. These disturbances
T h e durability of a stove is first to be considered, other things equal
The old school house has been
Miss Irma Shibley was elected must stop, the council says, or the
T h e Bridge & Beach Stoves and Ranges are built for durability, as well
said to Aud Sarver for $ 150. B it
delegate to attend the Y . P. S. C. E licenses will be revoked.
two bids were presented to the dis
as neatness of appearance.
Nothing but best Gray P ig Iron and Sheet
at Portland the 12, 13, and 14th of
trict school board for the building,
W e guarantee them in every way
Otto Kleatsche is suing liis wife,
one from Mr. Sarver and one from
Presbytery wili be held in the Lelah, for a divorce.
L. C.- Possen. It is considered a
Springwater church Monday and Brownell & Heylman are the attor
good sale. Mr. Sarver will move
Tuesday of next week.
Kleatsche alleges that his
the building onto his lot on Zobrist
Sick Headache Cured
wife has left him several times since
Sick headache is caused by derange they were married in 1896, but that
ment of the stomaclie and indigestion. he has taken her back just as many
B ID S W A N T E D
Chamberlain’s Stomaclie and Liver Tab
times. William Pinkley is named
lets correct these disorders and effect a
Notice is hereby given, thatseakd cure. By tkaing these tablets as the first as co-respondant.
bids will be received by the City of indication of the disease appears, ihe at asks for the custody of the minor
Estacada, Oregon, up to 7 o’clock tack may be wanted off. Get a free sam children and the costs of the action.
p. 111. of October 25, 1906, for grad ple and try it. For sale by the Estacada
ing and macadamizing Broadway of
W. A . H E Y L M A N
• f GEO . C. B R O W N E L L
said city, from the North side of
O K H G O N C IT Y
Third street South to the railroad
Potatoe digging and fruit drying
BROW NELL and HEYLMAN
track. Plans and specifications are
are keeping the farmers in a hustle
on file at the office of the city re
IN A L L COURTS
corder. The council reserves the
The hop pickers have about all
right to reject any or all bids.
returned from the hop-fields. The ^
Estates and Probate Matters carefully taken care of
By order of the Council of the
hops were fien and of course every
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City of Estacada, Oregon.
C A P I T A L $10,000.00
body got rich. The cyclone caused ^
E. S. W O M ER, City Recorder.
some pxcitemp'it up in Auroar for
Notice to Creditors
Adm inistrator’ s Notice
aboil* 15 minutes one day, but no f i
The undersigned has been appointed
damage was done.
administrator of the estate of Jacob Sager
Eagle Creek Kreeklets
Notice is liereliy given, that the under
Miss Minnie Steinman has gone
Heating Stoves $15.75 down, Ranges $27.50 up
Cary Hardware Corny
H. Ballou’ s new residence which
he is building on the two ncre lot
purchased of Dr. Smith in West
Eagle Creek is nearing completion.
Mr. Ballou has sold his farm east of
here and will move to town to live.
Louis Baker, the village black
smith, is more than busy.
work brings business, and Mr. Ba
ker is getting it.
to Portland to spend a few days
Fred Bates of Portland was the
guest of his parents Sunday.
Louisa and Herman Duus were
out from Portland Sunday end at
tended the funeral of Miss Leatia
Paulson of Georgq
George Walters like alt the other
boys, has returned from Eastern
Oregon where he has l>een at work
during the summer.
What is the matter with the Cur-
rinsville basket-ball players? “ Wake
tip from your sleep.”
Mrs. Jake Looney is in Currins-
ville visiting friends.
Jean McConnell was seen on our
streets last week.
THE ESTACADA STATE BANK }
W e handle Insurance in several of the Best and Oldest
Companies, Buy and Sell Lands and Issue Drafts
on Foreign Countries.
A re local Agents for
the O. W . P. Townsite Company
Business of the Merchants of Estacada and the
Farmers is Solicited
Tim ber Land act. June 3, 1878
Notice for Publication
Merchant Elliott is making some
W E W IL L E X T E N D YO U E V E R Y
F A C IL IT Y
changes in his store.
He is con
verting the warehouse into a room
for the hardware, and will keep
j nothing hut dry goods and grocer
ies in the main room. Business is
C a ll on us— We are here to serve you
growing with him.
The F'agle Creek Meat Market is
doing a thriving business. Propri
etors E. Rickert and W. T. Neil,
§ J. W. R EED , Pres.
T. YUCUM, Vice-Pres
LO VELA CE
run a country wagon. Monday they
R. A. STRATTON, Cashier
We have the best No. 1 Hard
make the Garfield and Estacada
Wheat Patent Flour in the market
neighborhoods; Tuesday they go to
and that is the Peacock brand made Q < £ & < £S P < ££t!> G S P < £S P < £S F >
Boring; Thursday to Estacada and
at Milton, Ore. in the richest part
on Friday into the Douglass and
of the Empire where wheat is King.
Dr. C . B. SMITH
>"t"t t'4 'l-M H.
E very sack warranted or money rc-
Merchant Henry Wilbern is en
P H Y S I C I A N & SURGEON
| funded, and the price is only $ 1 .1 0
joying a good Fall trade. Mr. Wil-
i a sack or $4.25 a barrel. Why pay
O F F IC E and R E S ID E N C E
tem used to te a sufferer from rhu-
1 more? T ry a sack and te convinced.
Over the Bank of Estacada
! matism, hut of late it has left him.
We are headquarters for all kinds
: 0 . W. P. & R y . Co. j
! It h ippened that someone advised
| of Mill Feed, Bran, Shorts, Wheat
| him to take a concoction of homy,
and Rolled Barley, Poultry Food,
' lemon, water and spirits.
He did Etc. Get our prices; we can -.ive
E S T A C A D A -P O R T L A N D
Nothing to Fear
so. and is now as juvenile as a you money. Highest market price
Mothers need have no hesitancy in
j spring lamb.
Cars leave Estacada for Port
paid for Oats.
Hides and Sheep continuing to give C ham berlain's Cough
pelts wanted.—J. F. Lovelace at Reme.lv to their little ones as it contains
Wcuralt, Brents and Burra
By applying an antiseptic dressing to warehouse onO W P track.
7:37. 9= 37. 1 «137 A. M. and
I TIME CARD |
! w ou rd , b r i n , b uns snd like injuries
liclore in Him at ion sets in, they mav he
edy is not on ly
Adm inistrator’ s Notice
perfectly rate to give
small children, but it I< medicine ol great
worth and merit. It has a w orld wide
healed without maturation and in shot t
! one third the time repaired by the old
Notice is hereby K'v* n that the under n p -.t-tio n for its cures of coughs, colds
treatment. This is the greatest discovery signed has lieen, by the Honorable C oun and croup and can always be relied upon.
i and triumph of tntxlern surgery. Cham - ty Court o l Chukatns county, Oregon, Per sale by the Estacada drug s ore.
I lierlain’s Pain
Balm acta cn this same
duly appointed administrator of the Ro
principle. It ia an antiseptic and when
apalied to such injuries c a t s » them to
tate o l G eorge Cunningham , deceased.
A ll persons having claims agninst sakl
heal very quickly. It alto allay s the pain
and srrenesa and presents any danger of
estate are notified to present them to me.
duly verified at m y office in Oregon City,
Oregon, within ;ix months from the date
blood p nsoning. Keep a bottle of Pain
Bal.n in your home and it w ill save you o l this notice.
time and money, not mention the incon
D ated A n g . »5, 1906.
venience and suffering such injuries en
H F . CR O SS.
tail. F or sale hv the 1.stocoda drug stcre.
by the County Court of the State of Ore
gon for Clackamas county.
having claims against the estate of said
deceased are hereby requested to present
them to said administrator at the office of
John W. Loder, Oregon City, Oregon, on
or before six months from this date.
Dated Sept. 13, 1906.
P E T E R H. SA G ER ,
Administrator of the Estate of Jacob
Haviland, M. D.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Office at drug store
Corner Shafford and Fourth
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for the
County of Clackamas
Dayse E. Vohr Plaintiff
Cars leave Portland for Esta- <
Harry F. V ohr Defendant.
T o Harry F. Vohr. the above name defendant:
In the name of the State of Oregon: You are hereby
required to appear andar.d answer the complaint filed
against you in the above entitled suit in the above
named court, on or before Friday, October 26. 1906.
the same being six weeks from the first publication
of this summons, and you will take notice that If you
fall to so appear and answer said ccmpUint. the plain
tiff will apply to the court for the relief demanded in
said complaint, to-wit: That the bends of matilmony
now existing between you and p alntiff be dissolved.
T h is summons ia published by the order of Hon
orable Grant B. Dlmick. Judge of the County Court
for Clackamas county the state c f Oregon In T h e
Estacada New s, a weekly newspaper of general cir
culation In Clackamas county, for six successive weeks
commencing Thursday. Sept. 13th 1906. and con
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tinuing to and including Thursday. October 25. 1906.
G EO. C. B R O W N E L L .
Attorney for Plaintiff.
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! Way freight leaves Estacada
in the morning, returning in
M ain offices of the company: 1J1 l-J
R E S ID E N C E
U n l i s d S u t « laiU effics. P
10, 1906. N etlce is hereby given that 4e compli
ance with the proviaions of the act of congress cf June
3. 1878. entitled “ An act for the sale of timber lands
in the states cf California, Oregon. Nevada and W ash
ington territory,” as extended to all the public land
at at es by act of August 4. 1892, W alter G. W right
of Portland, county of Multnomah,state of Oregon, has
this day filed in this office his sworn statement 7051.
purchase of the
n w ii
of sw K of section 20 in township 5 S. range 4 E.
and w ill offer proof to show that the land sought is
more valuable for its timber or stone than for agricul
tural purposes, and to establish his claim to said land
before the register and receiver at Portland. Oregon
on Wednesday the 28 day of Nov. 1906. H e names
C . H . Osborn
of Portland. Ore
gon; J . C .
Portland, Oregon; O. M.
Stafford o f Portland, Oregon: G. L . Llndsley of
Portland. Oregon. A n y and all persons claiming ad
versely the above described lards are requested to
file their claims in this office on or before said 28th
day of Nov. 1906.
Algernon S. Dresser. Register.
Tetter and Edem a Allayed
The interne itching characteristic of
eczema, tetter and like skin diseases is
instantly allayed by applying Chamber- j
I a i n ’ s S a l v e a n d many severe cases h a r e
been permanently cured by its us?.
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signed has been appointed administrator
of the estate of I’emielia Mathews,
deceased. All persons having claims a-
gainst the said estate are herelry notified
to present the same, duly verified accorl-
ing to law. accompanied with the proper
vouchers, to the undersigned at the office
of Geo. C. Brownell, Oregon City, Ore
gon, within six months from the date of
Dated, September 20, 1906.
D. I*. M ATHEW S,
Geo. C. Brownell
and LI yv Stfpp,
Attorneys for administrator,
Tim ber Land. Act June 3, 1878.
Notice for Publication
United States Land O ffic e * Portland, Oregon. July
24. 1906. Notice is hereby given that in compH«
ancew lth the j revisions ot the act of congress of
June 3. 1878, entitled An act for the sale of timber
lands in the sta.es r f California, Oregon, Nevada and
Washington territory.” as extended to all the public
land states by act of August 4. 1892.
A . F IL E R S
of Portland, county of Multnomah, state of Oregon,
has this daylfiled In this office his sworn statement
6879. for the purchase of the Southwest Quarter o f
Southwest Quarter of section 8 In township 3
south, range 5 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 estabHsh
h it ' I m t o said land bet ore U. S . Land office at
Portland. Oregon. Wednesday, the 10 day of Oct,
1906. H e names witnesses: Andy K itzm iller o f
Portland, Oregon: Fred Ellers of Portland. Oregon;
Claude Loucks of Portland. Oregon, Charles W e n -
of Portland, Oregon.
Any and an persons claim ing
adversely the above described lands are requested to
file their claims In this office on or before said 10th
day of Oct. 1906.
A lg e rn o n s . Dresser. Register.
N o t ic e f o r
P u b t ic a t io ii
United States Land ofTlce. Portland. Oregon. Aug
3, 1906. Notice ia hereby given that in compli
ance with the proviaions of the act o f congresa of
J u re 3. 1878. entitled " A n act for the sale o f timber
lands in the states of California, Nevada and Oregcn.
and Washington territory.” as extended to all tha
public land stares by act o f August 4. 1892. Charles
B. Russell of Portland, county of Multnomah, state of
Oregon, has this day filed in this office hla sworn
statement No. 6912. for the purchase of the S e K of
A N e*
aecticn 24 In township 6 a. range 4 e. and will offer
proof to shew 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,
he 17 day of Oct. 1906.
H e names a p tn e s s
es: Manning Van Atstire of Portland. Oregon; Har-
riet Van A lstine of Poniard. Oregon; A !b en T .
Drinker of Portland Oregon, and John T . Drinker
all persons claiming adversely the above described
lands are requested to file their claims In this office
cn or before said 17 day of Oct. 1906.
Algernon S. Dresser R egister