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P U B L IS H E D
T H U R SD A Y
M O R N IN G
H. A. W IL L IA M S
There is a lot of work being done f Mr. and Mrs. A . F. Shultz, Mrs.
about the pressed brick factory that Howe and Mrs. Neas visited St.
indicates that the factory will soon Johns last Saturday, and inspected
be turning out brick.
the woolen mills in that great city.
The best results from spraying
Mr. and Mrs. D. Nuneuiuker who
Entered at the postoffice In Eatacada. Oregon, as fruit trees are obtained by using the went to San Francisco, are spend
second class mail
lime and sulphur solution sold by ing a portion of the winter at their
the Kstacada Pharmacy.
old Indiana home, but will return
SUBSCRIPTIO N R A T E S
One ysar ...................................................... . $1 0 0 j
Suspend farming for one day Sat to Frisco.
urday and come in to the cheese
Gilhert Hedges lias been appoint
factory meeting. It will pay you. ed district prosecutor, and O. I).
MARCH 7, 1907
Saturday afternoon, March 9th.
Eby his deputy for this county. It
Can be easily moved
Inquire i f
$5,000.00 For Park
The N ew s
Eagle Creek Orange Social
T ra n sa cts A G e n e ra l B a n k i n g B u s i n e s s
2 B W
Capital, $ 6 ,0 0 0 .0 0
M oney to Loan on
This bank has the local agency for some of the very best
Fire Insurance Companies.
Let us write your policy. : :
If you have money to loan, we will place it for you.
have Real Estate for sale, list it with
us, as we
property of our own for sale and can
push your sales
Our lawyer will attend to all of your legal business, drawing
papers of every kind
W. A. HEYLMAN,
The Dubois Lumber Company
Estacada, Oregon* **-=-
M A N U FA C TU R ER S OP A M . C L A S S E S OF
Fir and Cedar
High grade buildîng^aterial a specialty$J$$$$
If You Are Going to Build, We Can Fit
You Out to the Top
Mouldings in All Styles
C. E. DLIBOIS, Manager
! In the Matter
the Guardianship of
Recitation, The Parson’ s Donation,
by Miss Helen Brower.
A Duett, by Messrs Joseph and
T. J. Wirtz was called to Forest
Grove last week because of his
A Play, A Pair of Shoes, by Misses
A special to the
Freda Duus, Dora Brackett, Minnie
Oregon Journal says: Mrs. Agnes
Steiuman, and Messrs Guy Clester,
Wirtz, aged 72, who died in this j
Homer Glover, Marshall Alspaugh,
city Saturday after ail illness of o v - j
and Eugene McConnell.
er 3 years, was buried at Verboot
Recitation, by G u y Reynolds.
Monday. She was the last surviv
Song, The Parting Hymn, by The
or of a family of 11.
name was VieHoeven.
After tlie program was rendered
born in Cologne, Germany; c: ::i
about 30 baskets were sold, netting
America with her parents in I S . J S
the sum of $80 .75 which will help
settling in Waukesha, Wis. I>
to liquidate the indebtedness on the
she was married to John J
Wirtz and in 1878 they cat • o
Oregon, locating in Washington
Notice for Sealed Proposals
county, and she had lived . . lost
Notice is hereby given that seal
continuously since in Forest Grove.
ed proposals will be received for
Her husband died in 1892.
Mrs. Wirtz was the mother of macadamizing Broadway,
nine big stalwart boys, who were Second and Third Streets with
the pride of her heart. The nine crushed rock to a depth of twelve
boys at one time organized a base inches in the center and eight inch
ball team and claimed the baseball es on the side.
Ufider drain on
championship of the United States each side of street with tyling.
for a family team. They are: Al-
Bids will close at 7 o’ clock p tn.
vias, ofjMountaindale; M. Joseph, March 19, 1907. Bids must be ac
of Portland; John Henry, A. Jacob, companied by a certified check for
John Jacob, Peter Robert, and K. ten per cent, of contract price.
The council reserves the right to
R., of this city; John Thco lore, of
Kstacada, and William Joseph, of reject any or all bids.
Plans and specifications are on
Mrs. Wirtz was’ a devoted mem- file with the city recorder
her of the Catholic church and W.
By order of the common council
The funeral was held at
E. S. W O M KR,
Mrs. Agnes Wirtz
guardian unknown, and that the only
other person interested in the said real
property is R. A. Stratton, the guardian All work neatly and promptly done
of said minor,
PRICE S REASO NABLE
It Is Therefore Ordered That the said
petition be set for hearing on Monday, E S T A C A D A
O R EG O N
the 1st day of April, 1907, at the hour of
10 o'clock a. m. at the court-room of this
court in the County Court House at the
City of Oregon City, in Clackamas coun
That the next of kin of said miuor and
all other persons who may have any in
terest in said land besides said minor ap
W . A . JO N E S
pear in this court, at said time and place
PR O PRIETO R
to show cause if any there be, why li
cense should not be granted for the sale
of said real property, as in said petition
Good rigs and careful drivers always
That a copy of this order be personally
served upon the next of kin of said mi
Given Hunting and Fishing Parties
nor, and all other persons having any
interest in said estate who are known to
“WOOD & LUMBER
said petitioner, at least ten days prior to
the date of said hearing; or that a copy of
Local and Long Distance Telephone
this order be published for three success
ive weeks in the “ Estacada News,’ ’
newspaper of general circulation publish
B ig Month for Recorder
ed in said City of Kstacada, Clackamas
county, Oregon, and circulated in said
During the month of February
Grant B. Ditnick,
fees in the county recorder’ s of
Livery, Feed & Sale
Cheese Factory G o ing
J 3— 7
0 . W. P.
Dr. C. B. SMITH
& SURGEO N
P H YSIC IA N
O F F IC E and R E S ID E N C E
Over the Bank of Kstacada
Office at drag store
Sc R y. Co.
Cars .eave Estacada for Port
7 = 37. 9 :37. >«:37 A . M and
i : 37. 3 :47. 5 M7. 9:05 P. M.
Cars leave Portland for Esta
7 :3 0 ,9 :3 ° . 11 :3° A . M. and
1:30, 3:40, 5:44, 7 : 1 5 P. M.
W ay freight leaves Estacada
in the morning, daily except
Sun. returning in the evening.
Main offices of the company: 132 1-2
First St. Portland, Oregon.
G E T YO U R
D O N E A T T H E N E W S SH O P !!
Quite occasionally a farmer who
has had freight to load or unload at
the Estacada depot is heard to say:
“ I wonder when the railway com
pany is going to give us better load
ing facilities?’ ’
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Palmateer of
Garfield were in town, Tuesday.
fice amounted to $507. The cause : Doc brought in one of liis little pigs
of this was the unusual activity in and sold it to H. N. North of the
real estate in the county. It was an Kstacada Meat Market. It weighed
unusually big month’ s work.
I just 300 pounds.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Cheese Factory Meeting
Will and Testament of Eduard Schmidt,
deceased, by the County Court of Clack
amas County for the State of Oregon,
and all persons having claims against
said estate are hereby requested to pre
sent them to said executor at Aurora,
Oregon, or at the office of John W . Lo-
der, Oregon City, Oregon, duly verified
within six months from this date.
Dated January 3, 1907.
Executor of the Last Will and
Testament of Eduard Schmidt, deceased.
R E S ID E N C E
Corner Shafford and Fourth
Dr. R. W. ANDERSON
D EN T IST
Of rooms 41-2 Hamilton Bldg. Portland
Will visit Estacada every Saturday
Office with Dr. C. B. Smith
Tlie cheese factory proposition elwood Cream Company will explain
for Estacada will be discussed and what it expects to do, and it will
settled at a meeting of the farmers expect to have some assurance from
and business men to be held in E s the people of their support.
tacada next Saturday, March 9th. depends on what is done by mutual
Attorneys at Law
The meeting has been called for 1 :3o agreement between the company
o’clock p. m.
The object of the and the cow owners as to the capac- j | V Nortary Public, General Law
meeting is to call everybedy who is ity of the factory that the company Practice, Mortgages foreclosed. A b
interested, or liable to become in- will put up. The factory will lie
terested, together and to arrive at a owned and operated In' IK ' Hazel-
definite understanding about what wood people, and all tliat is < xpect-
M O NEY LO AN ED
can and will be done, both by the ed of the farmers is suffiei «it milk
farmers and the Hazelwood Cream and cream.
Mr. A. hi Lea of the
OFFICES: 2, 3 & 4 , ANDRESFN BI.D.
Company who intends putting the company will lie her- and will tell
O reg o n
factory in here. Considerable work what thev will do. It is the inten- O r e g o n C it y
has been done by the Hazelwood tion to have three carriers, each to
Company through its agent, F. C. start from the farther end of tlie
Notjce for k a jed proposa|s
Watson, to interest the people in route and come to tow» each day. i Notif, ¡, herebv Rlven that waled ^
the factory- proposition, and most of Everyone should make a special ef- pnwW will be received for furnishing tlie
the farmers have agreed to patron- fort to be at the Saturday meeting, following material for the extension of
ize the factory, and to add many for it depends on the action taken 1 » » t * r w o r k » system:
more cows to their present herds, then whether or not we shall have 4000 <e*‘ of 4' lncl' 108 lb pressure wood-
A very pleasant whist party was I ico, «Mrs. E va Kessler, Mrs. Dr. C. At the meeting Saturday, the Har a cheese factory___________________
, 4.inch valve. 7, 4.1Dch pluK,. ,
held at Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Bos- 1 B. Smith, Baby Lucile Jones.
fine plugs. 1 flanged tee, 6x6, 4. I, 6
weii’s Orchard Home last Thurs
A deal was closed last wee
J K. S. Shatlkland, who is in the : inch wood pipe cut and flanged in center
Mrs. L. C. P os son is quite sick
These enjoyed the j with grip.
tween Robert Marchbank 1
contract and building business in « in t o make lull length of pipe with 6x
Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
and Mrs. A . E. Antrim w
Portland, was out to the old home,
4 8anK* tee.
J. R. Cassidy is very busy paint
. . . . .
The council reserves the right to reject
Hrylman, Dr. and Mrs. W. K. Hav-
the parties exchanged :<
S a tu r d a y , and visited K stacada a„ pmpnwi,
^ , , « 1 , to t * ac«.u.
ing and haupog paper.
iland, Mr. and Mrs A. E. Sparks
properties. Mr. Antrim's
Mr. Shankland recalls the days of panted by a certified check for to per ct.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A Jones, T. J.
Mr. and gn k A 1 Lindsey, Ray is at the corner of Seve> tl
£ him youth when he used to cradl. ° ‘ contrmr*
B" 1* to ck~ NUch 4
Jones of Kansas, Mrs. Minnie Ken Wilcox, Mr. sad Mrs. E. S. W on- brist streets, and the M.
at 7 p. tn. For any farther information
,et n ° a,S 0n the PrM ent * 'tc of K stacada. adrim * City Recorder. Estacada. Oregon
dall of Spokane, Ethel Green of Or er and Miss Edna Wotner attended property is on Broadwv
as the That was long ago before anyone
F t order of the common council.
egon City, Mr. and Mrs. liarmon the entertainment at Springwater 5th and 6th, and is what
Green, Mrv M tK »»ii of New N n - I isi week.
thought of a city being hmlt here.
N ew s Office
H. COOPER & CO
Saturday M arch 9 to Start the
T O P O R TLA N D
Palace Meat Market
A Public M eeting Will be Held in Estacada
Commercial Job Printing
Notice to Creditors
The undersigned has been appointed
by the County Court of Clackamas Coun
ty, State of Oregon, the Executor of the
Last Will and Testament of Morris Rob
erts, decease«!. All persons having clams
against the estate of said deceased are
We can save you money on any hereby requested to present them, duly
thing in our line.
W E can buy ! verified, at the office of the undersigned,
at W H O L E S A L E prices and there Stephens Building, Oregon City, Oregon,
fore get things cheaper than retail j within six months from this date.
John W. I/xler, Kxecutor of the
prices Our margin is always as
Last Will ami Testament of Mor
low as possible, and we aim to give
ris Roberts, deceased.
Dale Andre, a Minor.
The park grounds between the
On this 2nd day of March, 1907, upon
Clackamas river and the city are to
An entertainment and basket so reading and filing the petition of R. A. Estacada’s Furniture Dealers
be improved this year. One of the cial were given by Eagle Creek
j Stratton, guardian of the estate of Dale
head officials of the railway com Grange, No. 297, Saturday evening ! Andre, a miuor, for a license to sell at
pany while ill Estacada recently March 2d, 1907. There was pres private sale the interest of said minor in
made the statement that it was the ent a goodly number and all seemed certain real property situated in the
intention of the company to expend to enjoy themselves. The program County of Clackamas, State of Oregon
| described as follows. to*wit: Lot two (2)
$5.000 in fixing up and beautifying was entertaining and very ably ren
Block four(4) of the original plat of the
T H E BEST
the Kstacada park, and that the dered; and was as follows:
city of Kstacada; subject, however, to
work would be begun early in the “ Welcome Song,” by The Grangers the dower right therein of Mary K. An
STEAKS CHOPS VEAL
spring. The sum will not be any Recitation, Kate Shelley’s Bravery; dre, widow of Thomas J. Andre, deceased
and an equitable lien in the sum of Two
The park is naturally j by Mrs. L V Gibson.
MUTTON. LARD ETC
Hundred and Fifty Dollars ( f 250.00) in
situated for a very beautiful pleas-1 Recitation, by Bernie Looney.
EVERYTHING FRESH & CLEAN
favor of R. A. Stratton, as »Hedged in
ure grounds, but it will require a j Song, Under the Shade of the Old said petition.
Hides and Pelts bought. All kinds of
lot of work and time to make such. Apple Tree, by Miss Freda Duus.
And it appearing to the court that it
stock bought and sold
It will take some time to clear out Dialogue, Out All Around, by Per will be for the best interests of said mi
the down timber, stumpsand brush. cy Forman and Misses Martha Zeek nor and his estate, if his interests in said
If the railway company wants to 1 and Blanch Miller.
| the proceeds thereof put out at interest
add something to the park that will i Recitation, The Last Hymn, by or invested in some productive stock;
SH O E
B O O T R E P A IR
be a popular convenience, it might Miss Mary Brower.
That said minor has no next of kin ex
span the river somewhere in the I Tableau, Faith, Hope, and Ch. -ity. cept Val Andre, an uncle of the said mi
park limits with a suspension foot Recitation, The Best Trade I Ever nor, residing at Archibald, Ohio, and
uncles and aunts whose names are to the
J. R. TOWNSEND
Made, by Herman Duus.
William K. haviiand, M. D.
W , A. JONKS is our selling agent in Kstacada, Oregon
Telephone connection direct with mill
Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Stubbs went is a fruitful year for Oregon City
every customer an honest bargain.
to Salem last Friday by way of riv- democrats.
Notice .to Creditors.
er boat from Portland, and attend- j
ed the Quarterly conference of the
of the SUtC GET YOUR CHOICE O f THOSE
The undersigned, Herman Schmidt haa
rree Methodist church. 1 hey came
BEAlTH TJt* RUGS
been duly appointed executor of the Last
of 0 r e S on for lhe
THE BANK OF ESTACADA
NO N E E D
Dimick & Dimick,
Business Men’s Club Started
A large number of the business
men of Estacada met last Thursday
evening and started a permanent
organization to be known as the
Estacada Business Men’ s Club.
The meeting was called to order
by temporary Chairman Womer,
and after reading the proceedings of
the preliminary meeting an organi
zation for the year was made with
E . L . Fraley as president, John F.
Lovelace as secretary and E. F.
Surface as treasurer.
A committee of three was appoint
ed to formulate a set of rules and
by-laws for the club.
mittee named was E. F. Surface,
E. S. Womer and J. F. Lovelace.
The inititatory fee for those who
wish to become members of the club
was placed at $5.
The purpose of
1 the club is to promote the interest
! of Estacada and country surround
ing the city. The idea is to con
centrate every man’s energy to a
common, fixed endeavor to improve
the town and community in every
possible way. An adjournment was
taken for one week, until tonight.
The following joined the club.
E L Barnes
W F Cary
A E Sparks
E L Fraley
N S Louryy
A N Johnson
E F Surface
. E Kaffoury
J R Cassidy
E S Womer
W A Cunningham
W A Jones
J W Reed
C F Howe
R W Cary
H A Williams
R A Stratton
J F Lovelace
C L Ferry
H N North
Miss E va Ryan of Portland was vited. She has a trimmer imployed
Mr. Crane seems in
here yesterday, and arranged to to assist her.
give music lessons to a class of the better health than when in Estaca
Fern Hive, L. O. T . M. will give
Mr. and Mrs. W . A . Heylman
a social in Fraternity hall on F ri gave a progressive whist party last
day eve. the 15th, in celebration of Thursday evening to about 30 of
their first anniversary.
their friends in honor of Mrs. Min
nie Kendal). Mrs. H armón Green
L. G. Carpenter, one of the pio
and Mr. Ed. Mallory won the priz
neer promoters of Estacada, is now
es. A clam chowder luncheon was
living in Roswell, New Mexico.
served,and a pleasant evening was
Mr. Carpenter took an active part
in church and Sunday school work
while here, and built one of the first
Rev. Rowland, presiding elder of
residences put np in the city.
the Methodist Episcopal rtlurch,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pierson, of visited oat here last week, and de
the Springwater country, were in livered interesting sermons at Dover
town. Tuesday. They brought in a Zion and Estacada.
load of lambs which they shipped conference was held Thursday ev
to Portland. Mr. Pierson has 52 ening at the home of Rev. and Mrs.
sheep, and they have brought him McPherson. Mr. Rowland express
in a nice lot of money this year.
ed himself as well pleased with the
Mrs. D. C. Crane, who is now progress the church is making here.
located at 546 Umatilla. Sellwood, A t the evening meeting in Estaca
writes that she will have her Spring da Sunday, a collection was taken
millinery opening on March 12th. and the deficiency in the pastor’s
and that all friends are cordially in- salary was made up.
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