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IT U K
GEO. C. BROWNELL
T H U R SD A Y
Entered at the postoffice in Estacada, Oregon, as
second class mail
Have outside Land, including Farms, for
Also residence property, situated in
Oregon City, Gladstone, Milwauke,
Estacada, Malwaukie Park, Oak Grove
On easy terms.
Money to Loan at low
rate of interest to assist purchasers
C A LL ON U S • 3 3 .T ®StK SÆ Sæ ®
Office In the Caufield Block.
The Dubois Lumber Company
M A R C H J i , 1907
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Lincoln Steffens, the noted mag-
! azine writer, who deals in muck
I rakes, lias taken a great fancy to
Chamberlain and U ’ Ren of Clacka-
I mas county.
Title guaranteed and Ab
Estacada, Oregon--- - -
M AN UFACTURERS OF A L L C L A SSE S OP
Fir and Cedar
To Be Sold
Work has Been Started
H. A . W I L L I A M S
One year ....
IN T H E C O U N T V C O U R T O F
John Brown, this district’s agent
T H E S T A T E O F O R EG O N FO R
for the Oregon Fire Relief Associa-1
T H E CO U N TY OF C L A C K A
tion. was writing policies around
here last week. The new Method
ist church is to come under his pro- 1
In th e m a tte r o f th e e state o f F r i n k
A F IN E FARM
I’ren sch o ff, deceased .
tection. Last year Mr. Brown had
7oacre ranch, good house and a l l T o E d m un d P re u sc h o ff, F ran k l ’re u sc h -
a lower per cent, of loss on his risks
H ans F reuachoff, M a ry F reu sch -
taken than any other district agent. outbuildings,fine well, liviug water.
15 acres in oats and wheat; Ji acre
M arth a
F reuacho ff, F ra n c e s
The Hazelwood Cream Company
I potatoes, young prune orchard and j
F reu ach o ff an d M a ry F reuacho ff;
started work Monday on its Esta
plenty other fruit, large pasture and
Y o u a n d ea ch o f y o u ure h e re b y cite d
fully 500,000ft fine standing timber, to ap p ear in th e a b o ve e n title d c o u n t, in
cada cheese factory.
Amends Its Articles
Enough lumber and wood on place th e co u n ty c o u rt roo m o f th e c o u n ty
\V. W . Boner secured the carpenter
pay for it. 60 rods from big store c o u rt house in O rego n C ity , C la c k a m a s
work. The main building is 24x60
1 be Estacada State Bank *las and p. o. 2 ji mil« s f.om Estacadi. c o u n ty , O reg o n , o n th e 15 th d a y o f A p r il
The inside finishing filed supplementary articles of in -. New platik road. A bargain tor any 1907 , a t th e h o u r o f te n o ’c lo c k a. m .
wjj| uot be done till next fall, and corporation
with the county clerk, j one. All stock and farm imple- th e re o f, to sh o w cau se, if a n y e x is ts , w h y
an o rd e r o f sale sh o u ld n o t be m ad e s e ll
only that will lie done which will be increasing
the capital stock of the ments included
in g a t p riv a te sale th e fo llo w in g d e sc rib
necessary to run during the summer corporation and charging its dura
ed p ro p e r ty : T h e E 1-2 o f th e N E 1-4 an d
tion of business.
O R F th e E l 2 o f S W 1-4 o f th e N K 1-4 o f sec-
S P R IN G W A T E R
| tio n 12 , T. 4 , S . R . 4 , E . o f th e W illa m
The articles were filed by Geo.
e tte m e rid ia n .
Estes, S. W . Stryker and E. L.
Messrs. Reagan and Richards
I t is fu r th e r o rd e re d th a t se rv ic e o f th is
Frnleÿ and provide for the character were entertaining Mr. Beecher, a
c ita tio n be p u b lish e d in T h e E stacad a
of the business to lie transacted by friend from Aberdeen, S. D. yester N ews fo r fo u r w e e k s p rio r to th e ab o ve
the bank, and the location of the day, who is passing through the d a te . D ated M a rc h 8 , 1907 .
institution in Estacada, although country.
A tte s t:
G . B. D itn ick ,
F . W . G re e n m a n ,
C o u n ty Ju d g e
The woodworking factory which the stockholders' office is to be in
C o u n ty C le rk .
was started by the Estacada Wood
It does not always pay a good
! man to tie elected to a state office.
! Secretary of State Benson is still in
j California recuperating from the ef-
: fects of the first few months.
The Estacada-George road must
tie built this year.
Let the Busi
ness Men’ s Club see that this road
has a g ro l crossing over Eagle
creek where it is proposed to make
the new road
tory Goes 23id
Palace M eat M arket
Manufacturing Company is to be j
*n a general banking and trust
sold at private sale on March 23rd. business, and the capital stock is
The factory has been in the hands |Placed at $ao,ooodivided into shares
0f a receiver for over a year, b mu
u t it
| f $ i° o each.
STEAKS CROPS VEAL
is announced that Receiver Saldn
will clean the case up on the 23rd
MUTTON, LARD ETC
Real Estate List
The question of a newsteel bridge ¡f the creditors are willing.
EVERYTHING FRESH & CLEAN
across the Clackamas near the pa- factory has cost a small fortune. It
I am_preparing a list of Real Es-
es an d P e lts b o u g h t.
A ll k in d s o f
Vi'“ » i* occasionally talked about, j has been one of the best industries j ^
fof sale If you have in,pr0ved
s to c k b o u g h t an d so ld
If the county has the money it is in the city, and has made some
t for sale> list it with me as j
H. N. NORTH, Proprietor
supposed this bridge wdl go in. It ¡money for those who operated it- tllis win be the hest year for the
will be another improvement and Several mill men are after the plant | rea, estate busincss we have had I
may be as necessary as the George anti ¡t nlay be turned into a general
for some time.
SHOE & BOOT REPAIR
road and a few other country roads, furniture factory
This would be
W. A . Heylman.
j the best thing that could be done
Is this part of Clackamas county with it if a change is to be made,
going to get its share of the new A 1 iew
smaii pieces of machinery
settlers who are coming to Oregon would have to be added, The fae-
this year? The country around E s-1 tory could be worked to advantage
tacada is one of the most favorable in connection with some of the saW-
in Oregon, and there is plenty of i mills near here, and it is hoped that
firstclass land for sale at reasonable the plant will soon be running at
+$++£j;High grade building m aterial a s p e c ia lty £ £ tîîï
prices. The country is suited to full capacity,
grain, vegetables, fruit, stock o r 5
anything one in Oregon wishes to
If You Are Going to Build, We Can Fit
raise or grow. Some agency should
be formed with plenty of business
You Out to the Top Notch
The village board of councilmen
hustle behind it to get these buyers
in an adjourned session Tues
and sellers together.
In addition to the
plenty of people looking for just the !
ordinary business, a petition signed
Mouldings in All Styles
kind of land as is untilled around
by Messrs. Seymour, Marchbank,
Posson, Shutter, Baker, Rudolph
and Stright was presented asking
The “ hayseed” and the "R u b e” that the city cause sidewalks to be
stories of the yellow press, told to built on the west side of Zobrist St.
show wliat suckers tlie farmers are, between 7th and 8th, on the north
find contradiction in the following side of 7th between Broadway and
amusing incident, which shows that Zobrist, and to connect with the
■ at least one tiller of the soil was ful walk on Broadway. The petition was
ly equal to the occasion:
An old granted and an ordinance passed
W . A. H E V L M A N •
f GEO. c. B R O W N E L L
Pennsylvania farmer, while on a authorizing the construction of the
Chief Al. Havens of
visit in Philadelphia, was taken by new walk.
BROWNELL and HEYLMAN
a violent toothache, and, calling on the fire department appeared and
a dentist, was informed that the asked permission for the department
P R A C T IC E IN A L L C O U R T S
tooth must be extracted, and that to move the bell tower and fire ap
A ll k in d s o f L e g al B u siness p ro m p tly a tten d e d to
he had better take gas for the oper paratus from the present location
E states an il P ro b ate M a tte rs c a re fu lly ta k e n care o f
ation. The patient agreed to this j over on the town ball lot.
4 . 4 . 4 , » » 4 ..|. i |,. m . 4 , 4 . 4 . 4 .
and then started to count his inomy permission was granted
The dentist remarked: “ Oil, you paving the streets were opened and
j need not pay me until I have fin- that of A l Lindsey’ s being the only
“ I reckon not’ ' replied one received he was awarded the
the farmer, “ blit if you are going contract at $11,800.
His bid was
o 4 t
to make me unconscious I thought accompanied by a certified check
I ’d jest like to see how I stand.”
for $1. 180.
Council adjourned till
C. E. DUBOIS, Manager
Commercial Job Printing
SC H O O L N O T E S
J. R. TOWNSEND
The 9th grade, physical geogra
phy class has taken and passed the All work neatly and promptly done
final examination in that study.
PR IC E S RE ASO N ABLE
They will take up an English clas
O REG O N
sic in its place for the rest of the E S T A C A D A
The 8th grade met 011 March 13
and elected as officers: Paul WomcT
Pres., Mary Dale, vice Pres., Wm.
Dale, historian; Kittie Reagan, ser-
Effie Jordan and Richard Paltna-
W . A . JO N ES
teer have returned to school.
P R O P R IE T O R
The 9th grade European history
G o o d rig s a n d c a re fu l d riv e rs a lw a y s
class is reviewing for examination.
Lonnie VanDyke, Editor.
Livery, Feed & Sale
G iv e n
WOOD & LUMBER
Can be easily moved
The Springwater Stallion Asso
ciation's horse, Xenophon, died of
He was a French
Percheron valued at $3,000.
p o « 2 * e r$
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Allen went
Portland yesterday morning.
Postmaster Myers of Dodge was
in town Wednesday, the first time
j since he had his left foot injured by I
j having a log roll on and crush it.
H um or and P h ilosop h y
Narrow Escape of Two
A T TH E SH O RE
L it t le sw ellin g rip p le* ru n .
R a c in g o n w a rd to th e min.
G lin tin g w h e re tho b o at* tiro tosso4
On the b illo w s, s p r a y em b o ssed .
On tho d r if t in g s a n d s 1 1! •»;
K v ery nor.- a n d th en l r.lgh,
W ishing P oily 'il tu rn h er h ea d .
W ondering w hy h er c a r Is red.
P o lly sits sud pouts s t me.
Ju st sa sw eet s s she ta n be.
B u t she wr.U not m.iko reply
W hen I question her r . a l ilg h .
Bo 1 gen tly mke her hand.
T ru stin g she w ill understand.
C a s in g on h er burning che ek.
W sJttn g fo r th e g irl to sp e a k .
W h ere tho opals meet tho blues
In s line o f blending hues
P o lly gazes f a r aw ay.
A nd site doesn't an sw e r nay.
1 Road Cart and Single Har
1 60-tooth Steel Harrow
1 Double Shovel Plow
1 Single Shovel Plow
1 3-inch Farm Wagon
It re a lly la a quest lo r.
If things w ork ns th ey say,
F o r w ith a good digestion
T h ey're huppy a n yw a y.
Dr. C. B. SMITH
F H V S IC IA N & SU R G E O N
O F F IC E and R E S ID E N C E
Over the Bank of Estacada
P II O N E
i O. W. P. & R y .
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Willie and Lawrence Bletch came
very near being drowned in the
fiume above Cazadcro last Satur
day. Willie is the nine year old
| boy of Mr. and Mrs, Wm. Bletch,
of Cazadero, and Lawrence is his
| nine year old cousin.
! ha 1 been away up on the hills to
ward Springwater, and were return-
: ing home.
Their path led them
across the flume where a couple old
plank had licen placed for a foot
walk, and as they were walking
across the plank bioke, or slipped,
FOR S A L K B Y
letting them into the water which
was several feet deep.
Agency far P uuian Rock Hoods,Estacada
J. F. Lovelace
O n ly Sure W a y .
"H e hasn 't lo s t n c e n t o n th e
th is se a so n .**
" W o n d e rfu l! H a s h e a s y s t e m T*
" Y es, lie o n ly m a k e s m in d b ets."
P h on e
; 7:37. 9:37. 1 , : 3 7 A : M. and
! 137.3:47.5:37.9:05 P M .
D r. R, W . ANDERSON
The Busincss MethoJ.
Tho duke v.-ris fra n i;: he »ought th e hxnfc
A r.\l into record s pried
To And if h * should tu rn and flee
Or m ake the g irl Ms bride.
B ld g. P o rtla n d
Will visit Estacada every Saturday
Office witlf Dr. C. B. Smith
Dimick & Dimick,
Attorneys at Law
g W F ~ Nortary Public, General Law
Practice, Mortgages foreclosed. A b
M O NEY LO AN ED
" I wish I knew something to put là
my husband's c iTce to break M a C*
Its* h a b it o f sm o k in g ."
Ever try strychMn#r
On the Face oí Things.
"She* m u st h a v e n m r r n d h im fo r h is
m on ey."
" W h y d o y o u * n y no?"
" B oca u s e l h a v e seen h im ."
OFFICES 2, 3 & 4. AN D RKSFN BI.D.
O regon C i t y
; Cars .eave Estacada for Port-
R E S ID E N C E
Of ro o m s 41-2 H a m ilto n
E ST A C A D A -P O R T L A N D
E stacad a
Corner Shafford and Fourth
Notice for Sealed Proposals
Notice is hereby given that seal
ed proposals will be received for
Second and Third ¡[Streets with
crushed rock to a depth of twelve
inches in the center and eight_inch-
on the side.
Under drain on
each side of street with tvling.
Bids will close at 7 o’ clock'p in.
March 19, 1907. Bids must be ac
companied by a certified ¡'check for
[ e s t a b l i s h e d 1893]
ten per cent, of contract" price.
The council reserves the right to
606-608, Chamber of Commerce,
reject any or all bids.
P O R T L A N D , O R EG O N
Plans and specifications are on
file with the city recorder.
I 'I' 'I' » 1 » » '!■ il' 'I 'I'
By order of the common council.
E . S. W O M ER ,
T IM E C A R D
William K. Haviland, M. D.
Office at d ru g sto re
Pay your Clackamas county taxes
in Portland. No long waiting in
line. Save time and carfare. Small
fee 25cts covers everything. Call
and examine the complete tax roll,
or write for statement of your taxes
" Y es, thiiig o* Is n goo.1 n a m e fo r
ite m , f o r th e y a r e m o s tly b ill collect-
• jt s .”
: t a x e s
T A X E S !:
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 minor, 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 mi
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 ofjkin ex
cept Val Andre, an uncle of the said mi
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 Ther.Tore Ordered That the said
petition be set for hearing on Monday,
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
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
... Com pany...
Th~ thins Ufclts well In theory,
But really It's too bad, quite sad,
That sumo fo lk s seem so ch eery
W h o a re so v e ry bad.
“ A ll th in g s c o m e ro u n d to th o se w h o
By DUNCAN M. SMITH
W hf*ro th e o p a ls mret th e b lu e s
In n lino o f b le n d in g h u es
C ir c le » lo w n se n rru'l g r a y .
R is in g , d ip p in g, f a r aw ay.
Bf* rood and you'd
Is (rue enough, I gu ess;
O f course, if you a r e scrap p y
You m iss tho happiness.
Money to Loan
I have the following property of R.
$5,500 00 TO L O A N - W e have
S. Blew which I will sell at private $5,500 which we will loan on real
sale at my place at Garfield, Oregon estate security at a low rate of in-
If you have money to loan, we
1 Horse, wt. 1200 lbs
will find you a customer and make
1 Potatoe Digger
110 charge for placing the loan.—
1 Oliver Chill Plow, H. O.
The Bank of Estacada, W . A . Heyl-
j man, Cashier.
1 Set Double Harness
Your money earns 4 per cent at way they got hold of the plank and
held fast until some workmen who I
the Estacada State Bank.
Mayor Reed, Win. Cary and Mr. were attracted by the screams res
and Mrs. M. H. Richards returned cued them with a boat.
home Saturday from their trip over
into Wheeler county. Messrs. Cary rent was carrying them to the dump
and Reed invested in a chunk cf way only a few rods down flume,
timber land, and Mr. Richards and where they would have been dumped
wife took up tindier claims. They forty feet into the Clackamas river.
met John Bates when over there, The boys were pretty much fright
and report him doing well and en ened, and for the loss of their hats
they received an unwilling bath.
The apron and necktie ball given
last Saturday evening was the big-
! gest event that has taken place here
j for a long time.
A good sum was
j realized for the baseball Ixtys.
L oca l an d L o n g D istan ce T elep h on e
H u n tin g an d F is h in g P arties
In the County Court of the State
of Oregon for the County
I 7:30, 9:30, 1 1:3 0 A. M. and
1 : 3 0 , 3 : 4 0 , 5 : 4 4 , 7 : 1 5 P .M .
W ay freight leaves Estacada
in the morning, daily except
Sun. returning in the evening.
[ M ain office* o f th e c o m p a n y : 131 1-2
F ir s t S t . P o rtla n d , O reg o n .
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Timber Lend act. June 3. 1878
Notice for Publication
United States lend office. Portland. Oregon. March
12 . 1907. Notice la hereby given that In compli
ance with the provisions of the act of congress of June
3. 1878. entitled “An act for the sale of timber lands
In the stales of California. Oregon Nevada end Wash
ington territory.“ as extended to all the public lend
states by act of August 4. 1892. Jennie H. Celloway
, of Portland, county cf Multnomah.state of Oregon, has
this day filed In this office his sworn statement 7309,
(for the purchase of the S K of the Northeast
uuarterHGiroti lit 2 of Sec. 2 in Town. 5 S. R 4 E.
j and will offer proof to show that the land sought is
j 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
j on Monday, the 3rd day of June. 1907. He names
as wltrassas: H W Calloway of Portland. Oregon;
j A Morrow of Estacada. Oregon: Jamea Marr of
Estacada. Oregon, and Frank Schlegel of Portland,
Any end ell persons claiming ad-
I versely the above described lands are requested to
file their clelme In this office on or before said 3rd
day of June 1907.
Algernon S. Dresser Register.
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