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N E W S | J. W. Reed went out to Condon
i this week.
i I' U B I. IS H K D T H U R S D A Y
M O RN IN G
Mr. and Mrs. R. f,. Fraley are
living at Doctor and Mrs. Havi-
H. A. W ILLIAM S
A party made up of Mrs. Fraley,
J Entered at the postoffice in Estacada. Oregon, as
second class rr.aH
Mrs. Jones, Mrs. W. K and Mrs.
J. B. Havilaud went to Portland,
$1 00 . yesterday.
S ix months
Ed. Closntr and son William of
Springwater were in town yester
MARCH 14, i y >7
day. They brought in two fat cat
tle for the North market.
Many remarkable things appear
The local Hive of the Ladies of
in tlie last annual report of the Sec
retary of Agriculture.
The farm the Maccabees give a public social
! products,of 1906 had a farm value tomorrow, Friday evening, in F ra
.After a program cf
1 of $6,800,000,000 half a billion ov- ternity hall.
I er 1905 and in excess of two bil- music, recitations and singing re
; lions more than the productions of freshments will be served.
! the census year 1900.
by far the most valuable crop, csti
GEO. C. BROWNELL
H a ve outside Land,
Also residence property, situated in
Oregon City, Gladstone, Milwauke,
Estacada, Malwaukie Park, Oak Grove
On easy terms.
T itle guaranteed and A b
Money to Loan at low
rate of interest to assist purchasers
C A L L O N UÍ- ... ■ ftjRjKBoss* »
W ife -
; mated at $ 1, ioc.ooo.ooo while cot-
ton, next on the list, including seed
w a s w o r th to its growers $640,000, -
j 000. Thus King Corn knocks out
I King Cotton and becomes easily,
“ monarch of all he surveys.” Hay
is third :;t $600,000,000 wheat at
$450,000,000; oats $500,000,000;
and potatoes $150,000,000. Amer
The Old Record Broke
The Dubois Lumber Company
M ANUFACTURERS OF A LL CLA SSES OF
F«r and Cedar
|t+t++*High grade building material a specialty £££+£
If You Are Going to Build, We Can Fit
Nancy Lee and Lady Fanny M in
to are two Estacadans who have re
cently come into prominence by re-
I ducing the time which it takes to
A dozen eggs were
j placed under Nancy Lee and she
kept them nice and warm for seven
j days, when a change had to be
The eggs were then placed
under Lady Fanny Minto and at
the end of seven days little chicks
began to stick their bills through
This is, we think, the
world’s record in hatching eggs.
The time is cut down a third and
the poultry business, if the secret
can be found out, will become more
The time keepers in this
wonderful case are Mrs. Boswell
of grain in ten hours. In this con -1
test four prizes went to Cr.gon
farmers, but no other state in the
Union received more than one prize
William Kendel, of Clem, received
the first prize for 18-inch cylinder;
S. S. Miller of Hubbard, second
We can save you money on any-
prize for 28-inch cylinders; D. P.
Peterson of Dale, second prize for thing in our line.
\\ F. can buy
18-inch cylinders. Evening Tele- a* V, H O L E S A L K prices and tliere-
fore get things cheaper than retail
prices Our margin is always as
We direct your attention to the l ° w as possible, and we aim to give
announcement on page 1 of the open- e-very customer an honest bargain,
ing of Wm. Dale’s store They are j
in the Shultz building at the corner
GET YOUR CHOICE OF THOSE
of 1.st and Main.
A s announced,
they will carry a line of Gents' and
Ladies’ Furnishings, Millinery and
Andrew Vetsch, of Vetsch & Son
proprietors of the Damascus Creani-
cry, was in town T uesday.
Vetsch says business is good with
them, and that they pay out about
$5,000 a month among the farmers
for cream and butter fat. They are
going to buy milk later on.
The Oregon Ladies of the Mac
cabees meet in their regular annual
convention in Portland on April 5.
On the committees arranging for
this convention, Fern Hive of Esta-
erda is well represented. Mrs. Rosa
Rtagan is chairman of the Press
Committee, and Mrs. W. A. Hevl-
ntan is chairman of the General
Real Estate List
I am preparing a list of Real has
tate for sale. If you have improved
property for sale, list it with me as
this will be the best year' for the
real estate business we have lmd
for some time.
— W. A. Hevlman.
A pleasant, social time was had
by all who attended the basket so
You Out to (he Top Notch in Every
cial and dance give by the United
Artisans on last Saturday evening.
! Miss Neiva Green won first prize
for receiving the highest price for
Mouldings in All Style?
A v e r y pleasant surpise party her basket, and Miss Mae Stephens
was given Miss A va Lovelace by a won second prize for having the
number of her young friends last preUi_.st basket.
Friday evening, Mar. 8. The time j 2 h was realized from the sale of
JO NES is our selling agent in Estacada, Oregon
was delightfully passed with games. | baskets.
A most delicious supper wan served
Telephone connection direct with mill
at 12 o'clock. A pleasant game of
The Estacada Business Men’s
"B arn yard fowels' ’ was played af- Club met last Thursday and form-
ter supper and three of Estacada’ s any adopted a set of rules and by-
popular young men were allowed )aws.
J F. Lovelace failed to ac-
to assume the conspicuous charac- cept the jxisition of clerk of the
ters of mule Maud, sheep, Little c[ub, and A. N. Johnson was elect-
T h is r u n t was fa rro w e d A p r il 19, 1900, Bo-Peep, and
a large Shanghai wi to the place. The club will meet
and w eighed o n ly 56 lbs. J u ly 20, 1901.
On th a t d a y 1 b egan feed in g i t th e P ru s rooster.
Their melodious voices agai„ next Thusday evening.
sian S to c k F o o d . I fed it tw ic e n d a y
fo r 60 flays and th en th ree tim es a week certainly entertained the crowd for who had their names placed on the
I t consum ed 1 2 pounds P ru s sia n S to c k
Those who surprised Miss paper for the organization of the
F o o d . I s o ld i t J a n u a ry 9, 1902 and it a time.
w eighed 2 5 4 p ou n d s— G. H IN D S , R o c k -
Ava were, Mary Dale, Mary Groff. club are expected to be present.
ford, Illin o is .
Olive Wagner, Mae Stev ns Ger
HOGS GAIN 3 LBS. A DAY.
Jo h n Herbero. one o f m y cantomerm. fed Pnm nUn
trude Morrow, Kitty Reagan, Edna
William Moehtike, a promiftent
S to ck Food to hlii hoffa th at he w as fatten i»sr and
...... ' “ tim
feeding it and
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farmer of Shubel, has been awarded
they made an aver..«* (fain of three pound» a day to each hog. 'Conrad Womer, Lena Lehman. Edita Mil-
Mela, Templeton, Iowa.
ler, Ed Hogan, Neil Bronson. Lee a first prize of $50 cash by the J. I.
Bronson, Ed Kaffoury, Fid Mallory, Case Threshing Company, of Ra-
FATTEN HOGS AND CATTLE
A T T H E S M A L L E S T C O S T . A d d a s m a ll q u a n t it y P russian S to c k F o o d to th e ‘ j
Ceeil Sehock, Clyde Shock, Sim cine, Wis , for the liest results in a
fon s th e s to m a c h , ahd bow els, >
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t i * r g
f i r i a
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V I f ev
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. I J a n im a l fed.
p urities th e b lo o d , im p ro v e s d ig e s tio n an d enables th e a n im a l t o
rILniwC,Ui o f
Smith, Geo. Townsend, Win. Dale, contest for 24-inch cylinders. He
fe d i c o n s u m ili. T ilt »EST I'OI IIOKStS. Will pul them in condition lor SMINO WOM.
Paul Womer and Geo. Shultz.
, threshed at Highland 2430 bushels
C. E. DUBOIS, Manager
PR U SS IA N STOCK FOOf*
D O E S N O T T A K E T H E P L A C E O F T H E R A T IO N .
1« crtM e . .i.p o tlto ond r o p o r ltj fo r .
PRUSSIAN STOCK FOOD la Guaranteed to jtfvo satisfaction.when naed according
to direction, or the price paid will be refunded, i f no denier In town, write ua.
— — — —f
Tell t.s bow many bend of rtiK'k vnu
P W IF £ ! ■
hare and where you aaw thin ad. and we
will Bend y<-u our 6 8
EK£3BT43BX21 stockman*» llandBook F R E E .
C E ESE FACTORY
“ w r i t e FO R OUR S P E C IA L T R IA L O F F E R .
PRUSSIAN STOCK rOOD i REMEDY CO.. ST. 1 AUL, MINN.
Manufacturers Prussian Poultry Food, Lice Killer, Hearo A W orm Powders. Etc.
FOR S A L E B Y
J. F. Lovelace,
Agency for Prujiian Stock Koodi, Estacada
Hazelwood Company Decide to
Build in Estacada
NO NEED TO GO
W. A. H E V L M A N
O RKG O N C IT Y
BROWNELL anti HEYLMAN
p r a c t ic e : in a l l c o u r t s
All kinds of Legal Basine** promptly attended to
Fintate* and Probate Matter* carefully taken care
Commercial Job Printing
c A t
The mass meeting of the farmers
and business men held last Fatur-
day to decide on what can l>e done
towards the stip|*>rt of a cheese fac-
tory was very well attended. The
meeting was presided over by Pres-
¡dent K. L. Fraley and Clerk A. N.
Johnson of the cl’tb.
' wood Company was represented by
its agents who told the people just
what the company will do. Sever
al of the farmers, Messrs. Sailing,
I Millard. Duns, Harkenrider, Bard,
Steinman, Lovell, Hale, CalifT, l’al-
mateer, Howe and Stornier spoke
on the subject. It was finally de
cided that there was enough en
couragement behind the project to
justify the company putting in a
“ B ew are
H. COOPER & CO
Church Fund Grows
Palace Meat Market
The Ninth Grade Physical Geog
raphy class had a test Tuesday and
a final examination Thursday.
J. R. TOWNSEND
The Eighth Grade began Physi
Richard Palniateer has been ab All work neatly and promptly done
sent the past few days.
Lonnie Van Dyke has been elect
ESTA C A D A
O REGO N
ed editor for the coming month.
The Ninth Grade met and elect
ed the following officers Tuesday:
President, Edna Miller; Vice Pres.
A va Lovelace; Sec., Sim Smith;
Historian, Olive Wagner; Sergeant-
at-arms, Lonnie Van Dyke.
W . A. JO NES
PAUL WOMER, EDITOR.
Livery, Feed 4 Sale
PRO PRIETO R
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Williams
and family visited Portland Tues
Good rigs and careful drivers always
J. R. Wilson is having some e x
tensive improvements made about
his residence property.
WOOD & LUMBER
Clarke Possen is clerking at the
Mrs. C. S. Allen and Maud Stur
geon have joined the Rebekahs and
are now privileged to stay out late.
Local and Long Distance Telephone
Money to Loan
$5,500 00 TO LO A N —We have
Get our prices on a spray wash $5,500 which we will loan on real
for your trees. Estacada Pharmacy estate security at a low rate of in
I f you have money to loan, we
will find you a customer and make
no charge for placing the loan. -
More rain, more rest.
Snow flurries the past few days. The Bank of Estacada, W. A. Heyl-
Mrs Will Tucker has been very man, Cashier.
See the farmer size up the hay
Tramps know a good country if
they see one.
Not long ago one T A X E S !
was found in the school house and
last Saturday evening a rough and
scarred looking fellow was seen go Pay your Clackamas county taxes
in Portland. No long waiting in
ing to Dodge.
Ed. Cunningham is farming in line. Save time and carfare. Small
earnest now since his marriage. All fee 25cts covers everything. Call
their friends unite in wishing them and examine the complete tax rpll,
or write for statement of your taxes
a long and happy life
Can be easily moved
[ESTABLISHED 18 9 3 ]
PH YSICIAN & SURGEON
B y G E O R G E F. B A E R . P re s id e n t o f th e R e a d in g R a i lw a y
Hunting and Fishing Parties
factory that can be used for either
606 608, Chamber of Commerce,
O F F IC E and R E S ID E N C E
cheese or butter.
As a site for the
P O R T L A N D , O REGO N
Over the Rank of Kstacada
factory the company has decided on
lots 1, 2 and 3 in block 36, near the
railway track in the Southeast part
of town. The cost of the factory
will he about $2,000 and work on
O . \L P. & R y . C o. :
William K. Haviland, M. D.
it is to begin at once.
The greatest obstacle in the way
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
seemed to lie the country roads birt
Cars .eave Estacada for Port
Office at drug store
even they may tie overcome and im
R ESID EN C E
proved. The plan to .lie adopted by
7 : 37 . 9 :.T 7 . 11:37 A. M. and
the company is to make cheese dur Corner Shafford and Fourth
i : 37 . 3 47 . 5 : 37 . 9:05 P M.
ing part of the year and “butter the
leave Portland for Esta
rest of the year. This plan is the
one which may suit most of the pa
Dr. R. W . ANDERSON '
trons, and may be the most profita
7 :30 ,9 :30 , 11:3 0 A . M. and
Of room* 4 1-j Hamilton Itldg. Portland
1:30, 3:40, 5:44, 7: 1 5 P. M.
Will visit Estacada every Saturday
Way freight leaves Estacada
in the morning, daily except
Office with Dr. C. B. Smith
Sun. returning in the evening.
Dimick & Dimick,
Main offices of the company: 132 1-2
First St. R utland. Oregon.
H E present tendency is to lend itching ears to STRANTTE
D O C T R IN E S . The general education o f all tho people,
Attorneys at Law
which must necessarily 1 k > limited, creates rash and S U l’ EK-
E F C IA L T H I N K I N G and unrest. It is true at times that a ^ ^ ^ N o rta rv Public, General Law
little learning is a dangerous thing. From the seats of the mighty and Practice, Mortgages foreclosed, A b - 1
from the stre • corners where blatherskites harangue the multitude a
wn l of woe is heard. Everything i* wrong. The whole order o f our
M O N EY LO A N E D
industrial and socin! life is assailed in vehement ami hysterical appeals
fo the pn-'-ions A N D S E L F IS H N E S S of men.
SO I SAY TH AT IN OUR DAY WE NEED TO HEED TH £
JUNCTION " B E iV A L t O f FALSE P R C rH C T S."
IN T H E C O U N TY CO U RT O F
T H E S T A T E OF O REGO N FO R
T H E C O U N TY OF C L A C K A
In the matter of the estate of Frank
To Edmund Preuschoff, Frank Preusch
off, Hans Preuschoff, Mary Preusch
off, Martha Preuschoff, France*
Estacada’s Furniture Dealers
Preuschoff and Mary Preuschoff:
You and each of you are hereby cited
For the week just closing Rev.
to appear in the above entitled count, in
C. T . McPherson reports the fol
the county court room of the county
lowing donations to the M. E. fund
o u r t house in Oregon City, Clackamas
ESTA C A D A
county, Oregon, on the 15th day of April
for church building purposes:
1907, at the hour of ten o’clock a. in.
C. W. Nottingham, 1st & Alder, j
thereof, to show cause, if any exists, why
an order of sale should not be made sell
Dr. R. C. Yenney, of Marquam
ing at private sale the following describ
STEAKS CHOPS VEAL
Building,’ Portland, $5.
ed property: The 1-2 of the NK1-4 and
MUTTON, LARD ETC
the E i 2 of SW1-4 of the NK1-4 of sec
C. H. Denney, Estacada, $5.
tion 12, T. 4, S. R. 4, E . of the Willam
R. J. Watkins
EVERYTHING FRESH & CLEAN
Hides and T»elts bought. All kinds of
It is further ordered that service oftliis
citation be published in The Estacada
SCHOOL N O T E S
News.for four weeks prior to the above
H. N. NORTH, Proprietor
School closes June 7.
date. Dated March 8, 1907.
G. B. Dimick,
The Eighth Grade will take their |
F. W. Greenmail,
examinations on or about May 17. ] SHOE & BOOT REPAIR
Dr. C. B. SMITH
GEO. C B R O W N E L L
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, deceased. All persons having claim*
against the estate of said deceased are
hereby requested to present them, duly
verified, at the office of the undersigned,
Stephens Building, Oregon City, Oregon,
within six months from this date.
John \V. Loder, Executor of the
Last Will and Testament of Mor
ris Roberts, deceased.
O KM CFS
O rego n
C it y
ANDRKSFX BI D.
O reg o n
In the County Court of the State
of Oregon for the County
In the Matter of the Guardianship of
Dale Andre, a Minor.
On this 2nd day of March, 1907, upon
reading and filing the petition of R . A.
Stratton, guardian of the estate of Dale
Andre, a tu nor, for a license to sell at
private sale the interest of said minor in
certain real property situated in the
County of Clackamas, State of Oregon
described as follows, to-wit: Lot two (2)
Block four(4) of the original plat of the
city of Estacada; subject, however, to
the dower right therein of Mary K. An
dre, widow of Thomas J. Andre, deceased
and an equitable lien in the sum of Two
Hundred and Fifty Dollars (#250.00) in
favor of R. A. Stratton, as alledged in
And it appearing to the court that it
will be for the best interests of said m i
nor and his estate, if his interests in said
real property is sold at private sale and
the proceeds thereof put out at interest
or invested in some productive stock;
That said minor has no next of kin ex
cept Val Andre, an uncle of the said m i
nor, residing at Archibald, Ohio, and
uncles and aunts whose names are to the
guardian unknown, and that the only
other person interested in the said real
property is R. A. Stratton, the guardian
of said minor,
It Is Therefore Ordered That the said
petition be set for hearing on Monday,
the 1 st 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
pear in this court, at said time and place
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
That a copy of this order be personally
served upon the next of kin of said mi
nor, and all other persons having any
interest in said estate who are known to
said petitioner, at least ten days prior to
the date of said hearing; or that a copy of
this order be published for three success
ive weeks in the "Estacada News," a
newspaper of general circulation publish
ed in said City of Estacada, Clackamas
county, Oregon, and circulated in said
Grant B. Dimick,
Notice for Sealed Proposals
Notice is hereby given that seal
ed proposals will be received for
macadamizing Broadway, Main,
Second and Third Streets with
crushed rock to a depth of twelve
inches in the center and eight inch
es oh the side.
Under drain on
each side of street with tyling.
Bids will close at 7 o’ clock p. m.
March 19, 1907. Bids must be ac
companied by a certified check for
ten per cent, of contract price.
The council reserves the right to
reject any or all bids.
Plans and specifications are on
file with the city recorder.
By order of the common council.
E . S. W O M ER,
Mrs. Wm. Wilcox of Garfield is
visiting a daughter, Mrs. Baxter at
G E T Y O l’ R
DONE A T T H E M AYS S H O P "
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