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The ESTACADA NEWS
Fl'üM SH K I» KVKRV THURSDAY UY
H A. W IL L IA M S
1 of the primer class
The basement of the school house
on the right-ha ml side is covered
with water, so tnavlie we will have
to swim to get to school,
tx>stoflfuc in I-.stacaila, Or.
aa «econd class mail.
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cation. Copy for publicati >n and change o w f the dam, yesterday.
Entered at the
than VVvdnevUn mi.ndng‘ to‘ln"ure pnb-
licaticn for that week.
Notice for Publication
Families who have
t>een tenting out are coming to town
for the winter, and everything in
* the shape of a house is living put to
Work on the Main street grade
up Fstacada Heights, and the sewer
const ruction on Broadway has been
Land office at Poit’.and, Oregon. October 13, 190b.
Notice is hereby given, that the following named set
te r has filed notice o f hla intention to make final
proof in support of his claim', and that said proof will
be made before the register ar.d receiver at Portland,
j Oregon, on November 24, 1906. viz: Charles E. S e
ward H. E No. 13632. for the E‘ #cf s e * of Ssc •
! T. 3 S . R. 5 E. He names the followirg witnesses
to prove h ii continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said land, to-wit:
of Bissell, Oregon
Joseph DeShazer of Dover,
Charles A. Keith of
George A. Wolf of
Algernon S . Dresser, Register
John Halpin, who has superin- greatly delayed by the rains. The
tended work at the brick factory, ditches are filling with water and
the ]>ast summer, left for his home ; in places are caving in. It appears
at Momtnee, 111 . last Monday.
like it was a difficult proposition for ;
Notice (or Publication
II paid iii advance
Shipping along the Pacific Coast
has been roughly handled by the
"A n old lady, really quite-Well,
N O V E M B E R 15 1906
weather the past ten <Uvs. and a 1
“ »ways complaining and Vnjoy-
few human forms have gone below. I >"K K1**» he -l‘ h>' as she expressed
Nothing c(|iia's the Oregon rain
it. Her various ailments were to
Horn, on Novettl!>er 8, to Mr. and ^ ^
mnst interesting topic in the i
in its illimitable grain! ik sss except
Mrs J. O. Rounds, a fine 8-pound I wofId> 0|le da). a neighbor found
it be Oregon sunshine
--------------------- Kiri- Mr and Mrs. Roux is moved ^ fcatiug a hearty mtal, and asked '
One reason why the school tea h
from the George country just re- jje r^,ow si,e vvas.
ers generally dou't get high enough oentlv.
1 ‘ Poor nie’ she sighed, ‘ I feel ver>
wages is-because they don't mix in , John Match bank has rented t ic well, hut I always feel had w len I
jia rth part of the Berry block, and feel well, because I know 1 am go-
in.s fitted it up as a confectionery j ing to feel worse afterward.”
Mrs. Sap - intends to give aw.:y . storL. I.ast Sunday was his open-
School Entertainment and Box
nigchof her million« of dollars to I ¡n„ dav
tf ose whom she believes arc deserv-1
In a tussle with a big
lig a n d , need , it.
Need 1 it . i vr,.„
" steer tins 1
_lt , dJ ( ,
1 *--k. Dave Bridenstine got one of
T h e ladies of the school district
5 his hands between the rope and th e! wish to again call your attention to
Land office at Portland. Oregon. October 13. 1906.
Notice is hereby given, that the following named set
tler has filed notice of his intention to make final
proof In support of his claim, and that said proof will
be made before the register and receiver at Portland.
Oregon.,on November 24. 1906, viz: John T. Dowty
H. E. No. 1265-2. for theSto nwjf, ne# »w g & Lot
4. of Sec. 6. T . 4 S . R. 6 E. He names the following
witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land, viz:
Robert Miller of George. Oregorr
A saR . Hawkins cf Bsrton;
G. B. Linn cf Estacada.
Edward Gray of
A lgernons. Dresser. Rrgistet'
What a prolific held there is in l>°lnmel (,f the saddle a,,d had il
entertainment and social to lx:
the mountain ra n
-f th<- W est: h:idlV lacerated-.
| given, .probably in Oddfellow’ s hall,
for rising young reformer. to make ’ F,d Fagg, an old friend of E. F. Friday evening Nov. 23d. 1 lie
With the woods fu ll1 Surface spent Sunday here. They program will begin promptly at X
of wildcat mining heir, s and real were Ixiys together in old Virginia, »clock. Boxes containing the lunch-
d a t e speculating bill 1 , 1 c s, th ere Mr. Fagg is now living In Per 1 ind | ® should come wrapped in paper,
The boxes will be sold for the fiat
formers can find pl n’ y to keep employed in the Portland hotel.
price of 75c each; with the exception
Earl Day has purchased a 17-acre
of the children’s, which will be 35c
tract of John Stormer. Mr. Day is
. . , f
each. Games are to be played af-
The Oregon City Courier has im goitig to build on the place and re
p ro ved a great deal this fall, and so side there. The piece cf land is off
E very one is welcome and cordi
has its neighbor, The Enterprise. the east end of Mr. Stormer’ s farm.
ally invited to be present.
Both papers are getting out of the
Mrs. Sadie Burlingame and Mrs.
old, worn-out rut they existed 111 s o
” \Ve are on the verge of moral,
Media Surface, of the Dalles, sister
long and the people of the county
and financial ruin,” was
and ister-in law of E. F. Surface,
arc letter pleased. M ire news and are visiting their brother and fam i-1 l' lt; popular populist cry a few years
less political nonsense is what most Jy, and th .ir sister, Mrs. Don Pal | ago. That was when tile Man on
| Platte began to be heard from. Po-
, | ets, orators and enthusiasts have a
1 here is going to be a big bunch
. . . . . . . .
There is something significant in
, license to say most anything lor lit-
the New York election.
Hughes, »• money spent these coming holi- erary effect. But it doesn't make 1
tlie only republican er.done ! by days, and the merchant who wants tlie verge any farther away.
Roosevelt, is the only ore elected. !'>s share must have the goods, and
The cities voted for Hearst and the advertise to let the people know he
country for Hughes. Which1’ voter, ' ,as them.
is the most reliable? There is not
It may lie thought stormy, dis*
No better place for a handle fac
much consoling satisfaction ill’ the agreeable and all that, but Maude tory than Estacada. With material
election at largo to anyone except can go out into the garden any time in any quantity close by. and num-
Rocsevlt atul Brvan.
of day and pick fresh, crisp lettuce erous sawmills to prepare the wood
for dinner. And they can’t, way for the factory, such an enterprise,
Many Americans are astonished down East.
| it would appear, should be a paying
liecause they res grave discontent in
The railway company ordered the I one- When the * reat P °wer l>la,lt ©
the midst of nnprecidented prosper
local electric light station shut down on the Clackamas a mile above here
ity. They cannot understand the
Saturday. The lights for the city gets completed, and the big sawmill
tiniest of of manv citizens l orn and
are now supplied from the main, built and running, there will be an
naturalized alike, wh.n the times ^
high voltage wires that were recent enormous lot of lumber that can be
are better than ever lieforc. It is
used profitably in a furniture and
ly put up.
nothing strange. Human ambition
Here is a chance
Foreman P. C. Bouttman at the ; for the man looking for what he
feeds oil success. The further from
actual want m 11 and women get the woodworking factory of Barnes ft
more they desire.
Comfort is con I.indsley says it is difficult for the j
serv.it'vc, but it is not an opi.it* If company to get cars to make ship-
A gossipy paper says: A rumor
it were the world would stagnate mints. The first of the w eek they I comes out of the West that the Pres-
w h e n it w a s b. ,t able to undertake needed three cars but none were to ¡dent’s daughter, Mrs. Longworth,
is engaged in even more engrossing
and carry out great enterprises. be had.
of the future than the
There is never enough prosperity
John Burk, democrat, has been 1
. . .
the campaign, in the in
to go »round, in the important sense eltctwl governor of North Dakota.
pf approximate equality, Cleve- The state is normally 13,0013 repub terest of which she has canvassed
the state cf Ohio with her husband.
lican, but to one who sa*v piuch of
This rumor lias caused a flutter of
Mr. Burk in the state legislature of
delight in the Presidential house-
The city was flo<xleri on a *tnall1 ,
. . . .
9 1, Ins election as governor i s n o ,, , ,
s- ¡le, Monday, during tile heavy
hold and among Mrs. Longwortli s
rains and afterwards
Not by wa-
! innumerable friends in Washington.
tet that fell within the city, but by
^ ** Bontiey. who operates a If reports are true the approaching
water that ran into town from the sawmill west of lure, has made a Winter season will necessarily
ravine and country e.lit of us. This '.Vhorse donkey engine that he will OIle of retirement for Mrs I.ong
water came down from the country, ,!Sv to1 logging purposes.
He has worth.
crossed Shafford Street near First, »»«-’ machine so geared that he can
Cut this out and take it to the Kataca-
then flowed Northwest to the drain Kcl 32'floreé power from it. 1 he da drug store and get a free s a m p le of
Cham berlain's stomach and liver tablets.
on Second Street and was carried | en8»ne >s ° f h's own invention,
on through town, passing Main,
Grover Douglass, who hud lieen For biliousness and constipation t h e y are
unequaled. They iniprove the appiiite,
down Second and across Broadway -iik at his parents’ home in Eagle strengthen the digestion and regulate the
into the west part of town.
The Creek with diphtheria, returned to liver and l>owcls.
little ditch that was dug a vtar ago his home among the foot hills last
Board of Aldermen Meet
to divert the water that comes down week. The quarantine on the Doug-
reservoir ravine into a channel lead- lass home was raised and the house
The city fathers held their regu
ing to the railroad near Cun in St. thoroughly fumigated.
lar meeting in Fraternity Hall on
has been filled up, and the water
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Tuesday evening. A few small ac
A ik s the old rouH, through th e 1
counts were audited.
Marshal A 1
tow nsitc. This old ditch should be A reliable medicine and one that »tumid
Havens report«! collections as fol
made deeper to carryall the water always be kept in the home for imn.edi-
ate u»e 1» Chamberlain'» couxb remedy. lows. $3 as fines and $ 2 0 as road
that comes down this ravine during It will prevent the attack if given soon : poll, which was turned over to the
It would cost but .1 n tin child Udine» hoarse, or even after citV recorder.
Oil motion it was
ir.tle, a: w old kc p the water out ,lu croupy c mpli appear». Sold by the ordered that the city pay for the
A culvert was P1
|>l. n il tin H mcw I* drug »tore.
! c(wt of planking and putting in good
der the railroad between Main and
There are about thirty inerol<rs I condition a road leading from the!
Currin Streets to accommodate the
m the Elk Horn Club. The Club’ s plank road across the railroad track
water from this direction.
appartincuts in the Berry building from Shafford Street down to the j
have l>ven furnished, and they give Du BoD Lumber Company’s loading
the young men a pleasant place to platform.
The council elected At.
SCHOOL N O TES
I spend their evenings in reading, so- Havens to act as city marshal for
IIKKT PA CK. EDITOR
vial and other amusciitm.
Electric another month. Adjournment was
ROY ST R A T T O N , ASST. EDITOR.
‘ lights are to lie nut in.
Velma Van Dyke, Floyd Hooth
In Time of Peace
Saits Mcrt ot QaaitKrUin's Cough Remedy
In the tir»t m onths of the Russia Japan
¡nul his brother, Frauk, returned to
Than of «11 Other» Put Together
war we had a striking exam ple of the no*
Tho». George, a merchant of M l E lgin . cessity for preparation an«l the early ad
mot' On trio, »ay»: “ I have had the local agu- vantages of those who, so to speak, 'have
e u unoeriain s cough remedy ever shingled their roots in dry weather.'* the
tots for the year.
The m o lor
it AVO* intrudile id into Canada, and virtue ot prep» rat ion has made history
the .seventh grar!c will be.
L au t*
M Illudi of it 1 s I do of all other aw l g-ven to us our greatest men.
never did anything, but v
I have on m y shelf put together.
j individual as well us the nation should be
lias accomplished wonders.
t tnany d«nens «
i prepared lor any em ergency.
The total attendance 1 h Mis
u ru t had one
prepared to successfully combat the first
Stephen*# room \% tiftyfour.
I cold you take? A cold can In? cured
ave u n d it tn>
The school boy# ate yer Intel
much more qu ickly when treated a* soon
Notice lor Publication.
United Slates Land Office, Portland, Oregon, Ocf.
1906. Notice is heroby given that the following
namied settle, has filed notice of his intention to tr.she
final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof
will be made before Register and Receiver at Port
land, Oregon. On November 17. 1906. viz: Edward
Gray. H. E. No. 12921 for the SW tf of of Sec. 24.
T 4 S R 5 E. He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and his cultiva
tion of said land, viz: G. B. Linn of Estacada Oregon
J . T . Dowty of Estacada. Oregon: Robert Miller of
George, Oregon: A. H. Miller, of George. Oregon.
Algernon S . Dresser, Register.
Oct 11 — 16
Stoves C & Ranges
Timber Land act, June 3. 1878
Notice for Publication
1 United States land office. Portland, Oregon. Sopt
10. 1906. Notice is hereby given that in compll-
! ance with the provisions of the act of congress of June
3. 1878, entitled “An act for the sale of timber land*
j 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. Walter G. Wright
Of Portland, county of MuUnomah state of Oregon, has
this day filed in this Office his sworn statement 7051.
for the purchase Of the E H n w l4 and
1 of sw# of section 20 in township 5 S , range 4 E.
and will offer preof 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. He names
C. H. Osborn Of Portland, Ore
gon: J . C. Burke of
Portland. Oregon: O. M.
Stafford of Portland. Oregon: G. L. Llndsley of
Portland. Oregon. Any and all persons claiming ad
versely the above described lands are requested td
'file their claims in this effico on or before said 28th
day of Nov. 1 906.
Algernon S . Dresser. Register.
i-t id in tin
hildren an ■\ aim avs wit h the best te-
; as it has been contracted and before has
ada drug **h»re.
" S o ld a t
been settled in the system.
laiu ’s cough rented\ is famous for it*
h* w ir.to f w ca thfcf is now lie re,
cures of cold* ami it should N* kept at
it h a s c a tined nutnv families to hand read y for in stin t use
For sale l»v
t»n,i ,n ♦ V W »ml« dnte st*>re.
: TIME CARD
O. W. P. & R>.
ESTACAD A POKThAND
Cars leave Ext acada for Port-
Dr. C. B. SMITH
<r i ß) <£* 3 }
P H Y S IC IA N & SU R G EO N
¡ Cars leave Portland for Esta
7 :30 ,9 :30 , 11:3 0 A. M, and
1:30. 3 4 «. 5:44. 7 15 P- M- :
William K. Havüand, M. D.
Way freight leaves Estacada
in the morning, returning in !!
A G E N E R A L , B A N K IN G B U S IN E S S
TR A N SA C TED
W e 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
\VE M I L L
YOU E V E R Y
F A C IL IT Y
C O N SIS T A N T W IT H MODERN BA N K IN G P R IN C IP L E S
Call on us— We are here to serve you
Office at drug store
|| Main offices of the com pany: 133 1-2 \
First St. Portland, Oregon.
Dr. R. W . ANDERSON
Mrs. ANNA MOORE
D E N T IS T
D R E S S M A K IN G
Of rooms 41-2 Hamilton Bldg. Portland
FA N CY
A N D P L A IN
S E W IN G
Will visit Estacada every Saturday |
Business of the Merchants of Estacada ami the
Farmers is Solicited
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
R E S ID E N C E
Córner Shafford and Fourth
Office with Dr. C. B. »Smith
ALL WORK CAREFULLY EXECUTED
GEO . C. B R O W N E L L
VV. A. H E Y L M A N
BROWNELL and HEYLMAN
P R A C T IC E IN A L L C O U RT S
A ll k in d , of Legal B nsin cu prom ptly attended to
Estates and Probate Matters carefully taken care of
J. W. REED, Pres.
T. YUCUM, Vice-Pres
R. A. STRATTON, Cashier
»S- 4 ,♦ ■ f,|, |,,I »♦ ■ I M.
THE BANK OF ESTACADA
Transacts A General B a n k in g Business
The D ubois L u m b er C om pany
o f Lstdcudu, Oreyon-^ ——
Capital, $ 6 ,0 0 0 .0 0
M A N U FA C TU R ERS OF A L L C L A SSE S O P *
Fir and Cedar
grade building material a specialtyt î t E C
If You Are Ooin^ to Build. We G in Fit
You Out to the Top Notch in Every-
Money to Loan on Real Estate
This hank has the local agency for some of the w r y beat
Fire Insurance Companies
Let us write your policy. : :
If yon have money to loan, we will place it for you.
have Real Estate for sale, list it with
ns, as we have no
property of our own for sale and can push your sales
Mouidins<i in All Styles
C. E. DUBOIS, Vlanoger
W, A. JO N E S is our selling r .y n t in Estacada. Oregon
Telephone connection direct with m ill
7 : 37 ' 9 : 37 . 1 «=37 A- M. and
i : 37 . 3 4 7 . 5 : 37 . 9:05 P. M.
O F F IC E and R E S ID E N C E
Over the Bank of Estacada
— n r n tw i
Onr lawyer will attend to all of your legal business, drawing
papers of every kind
W. A. HEYLMAN, Cashier.