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Racks, and traps were placed in the ' ;r e a t; sdsM nie to the ”
The committee for next Tuesday;
| river early in March to collect steel- vice of the district for h has kept | evening are Mrs. May Yonce, Mrs. j In the coullty coutt
ti,e State 0re.
PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNING head trout eggs, hut on April 9, government records at Government j May Page, and Miss Mary Groff.
gon, for Clackamas county
The E. L . devotional meeting In the matter of the estate of
there was a heavy raise from heavy Camp since his residence there.
II. A. W ILLIAM S
Sunday evening at 7:30 will be led
An>ert Meissner, deceased
rains and a portion of the rack Oregon City Star.
To Rudolph Meissner and
i Entered at the postoffice in Estacada. Oregon, as
ner and to all the heirs of said deceased,
1 of Avarice.
as soon as the water fell, but there
second class mail
known or unknown grerpng:
Real Estate Transfers
came a second high water April 29
In the name oi the State of Oregon,
S U B S C R IP T IO N R A T E S
you and each of you are hereby cited and
and again the rack was washed out.
The Estacada State Bank reportj
required to ap|>ear in the above entitled
Repairs were made and the rack
S i* months .
court, at the court room thereof at Ore
H ave outside Land, including Farms, for
G. II Darowish, one loton Bread ; Miss Edna Womer aud Mr. R a y gon city in said county and state on the
JU I.V I I , 1907
May, when, the run of fish being
mond Wilcox were united in mar- 15th day of July, 1907, at the hour of 10
Also residence property, situated in
apparently over, the rack was rt way and two on Zobrist.
l iage Wednesday evening July 3, at a, m. of said day then and there to show
John Tracy 5 Jt acres.
cause, if any there he, why the petition
Unusual climatic condi
Chris Scheubel seems to bo slated moved.
home of the bride’ s parents,
T. J. Reagan 10 acres.
of the administrator of said estate for the
Oregon City, Gladstone, Milwauke,
Mr. and Mrs. E . S. Womer in Es- the sale of the real property of said estate
tacada, by Rev. C. T . McPherson. should not be allowed, anil an order made
Estacada, Malwaukie Park, Oak Grove
J. W. Shafford 10 acres.
n iniber of fish that ascended the
The bank ha. 18 men in the log- | The > ou,,K P ^ P 1* are wel1 known ! s™ iinf th* ^ «»¡»«trator the right to
lipro and h a v e m anv frien d s T h e v
saul real property, which is described
Secretary of State F. W. Benson stream this season. The total col
camp, and w ill h a v e its 20,000 " ert “ na nav* " la">
* 1,ey as follows, to-wi : The west half of the
On easy terms. Title guaranteed and A b
has returned home from California lection was 1 1 , 1 5 6 steelhead trout. daily cap acity mill running Monday
a fewda>sat the hom e i nortllwcst
where he has lieen for nearly a year —Telegiam.
Money to Loan at low
next. The mill can cut a 40-incli I of M r- VV .Icox s paren ts, Mr. and ,1UHrter of the northwest quarter of Sec.
for the improvement of his health.
M rs. Wm. Wilcox of Garfield. Af- ,s , T 3, 8. R . 5 E. of the W M in Clack -
log with only 35 lbs of steam.
rate of interest to assist purchasers
ter the marriage ceremony Mr. and arnas county, Oregon.
Gone To Pompeii
This citation is serveil upon you anil
Mrs Wilcox left amid a shower of
each of you by publication by order of
rice on a short honeymoon trip».
the above entitled court mTdc and dated
O. C. Yocum, who is a brother
«nftM naoasH 'iC A LL ON U S- ? s : tt B f BMaKB
this 10 day of June. 1907.
In the County Court Friday a of Thos. Yocum near Estacada. w as
Witness the Hon. Grant II. Diraick,
On Tuesday evening thirty young
Gleaned B y the Wayside
1 warrant was ordered drawn in fa a visitor here last week.
Judge of the above entitled court with
Lie has people assembled in th ; League
the seal of said court affixed this 10 day
vor of Orcgoi City for $2262. This interested bis brother, Thomas, in I room> After the usual dcvotonals
Office In (h i Caufield Block.
W R Oatfield and family spent of June, 1907.
amount was due the city from the his new Pompeii townsiteon Mount . an(l business, the following program
Attest: F. W. Greemnan, Clerk.
county as the balance of 60 per cent Hood, and the latter and his son, was well carried out:
RCPttation, | the 4th of Ju ly in Portland and they Geo. L. Story, Atty for Adnir.
| of road fund collected by the coun Lloyd have taken their sawmill ma The School Committee Mail, by returned on Saturday.
Some of the young people of Cur-
ty in that city, and for which a chinery and Wave gone to govern Miss Mary VVoimr; Reading, Vis
; judgement had lieen entered against ment camp on the mountain side, ion of Sir Launfaul, Miss Mary rinsville spent the 4th at Sandy and , ., ^
. . .
In the County Court of the State
eport having had a good time.
the county in the Circuit Court.— and will manufacture lumber for the Oakley ¡Reading, The Bald Headed' ieport
of Oregon for County of
Mrs. R H Currin made a trip
new town at the snow line A big Mm, Miss Zoa Irwin; music from
hotel is one of the first structures the graphophone in charge of Mr. to the mountains last week and re
In the matter of the Estate
Day. Brief toasts during the dis
put on considerable growth this posal of refreshments of fruit punch berries.
Emery I. French, deceased
of E sta c d d a , O re go n
Last Sunday Messrs. Wirt/, and
year, but next year the real boom atKj cake were a unique feature,
The final account of the administrator
A short session of the city council
went after strawberries of the above estate being filed in the a-
will come. Many Portland people | Then Mrs. Geo. Dale sang a solo,
M ANUFACTURERS OF A I.L C LA SSES OP
took place Monday evening.
will build summer homes at Pomeii, 1 p ar ¿ w a y
The games were all UP at Mr- Demoy’ s place but they j bove court, by order of said court Mon-
new mayor, I)r. Win. K. Haviland,
and the members of j the council *"u - .... • - “
• ~ d •-
: in the county court house in Oregon City
j subscribed"‘to 'th e ' oath of ’ "office, Portland the venture should prove a ¡ nnisement. Sickness and absence th ere the clay before.
| o rej?ont ¡s the time and place for hearing
successful one. Archie \ ocum has fron, tow n of a number of members
! and Recorder Johnson "was sworn
C A Looney and wife put in the objections, if any, thereto and discharge
also gone to Pompeii, and Wednes- iessene[j tlle attendance, but all prs-
in for the new term. r "It’ was voted
day Miss Lora and Mrs. Archie \ o- cnt ]la(j a v-ery enjoyable evenii g. 4th picking blackberries; they got i of administrator and release of bonds-
[ to engage Surveyor Gossett to make
a great quantity; we understand i n i e n *
cum left for the mountian home.
an estimate of the cost of putting
JOHN W. LO DER,
about 17 gallons.
A party of them are going to the
Administrator of the Estate of Emery I.
' Best Medicine in the Wcrid for Colic end
! in the gravity "water system. The
top of Mount Hood next week.
t î î ü ' Î H i g h g r a d e building m a te ria l a sp e cialty
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Stubbs spent French, deceased
mayor luade'a number of sugges
colic, cholera & last Friday with their people in E s -1
tions on importantUniatters, and an
From Guide To Boomer
Diarrhoea remedy to be the best remedy tacada. They have gone to Eugene -----
adjoumment^was taken till Wed
If You Are Going to Build, We Can Fit
| in the world,” says C h Carter of Skirum
where Mr. Stubbs will tak e a spe-
Notice to Creditors
| Ala. ‘ I am subject to colic and diarrhoea
cial course in Study at the univers- j The undersigned lias been appointed
You Out to the Top Notch in Every
Oregon people who enjoy outings I«°*t sPri»K it seemed as tho I would die,
| administrator with the will annexed of
\ .. I and I think I would if I hadn’t taken ity.
at Mt. Hood, will be sorry to hear Chamberlain
. . . s colic,
the Estate of Sarah B. Ingle, by order of
that the veteran m ountain gu ide, j jloea rCniedv. I haven’t been troubled
Take the Po»tma*ter’ s Word for tt
Count>' Court oi Clackamas county, ami
all persons having claims against said es-
The Fourth in Estacada was wise O. C. Yocum, h as retired and w ill with it since until this week, when I had
Mouldings in All Styles
F M Hamilton, postmaster at Cherry tatc are hereby requested to present them
ly spent by the home people and
vale, Ind. keeps also a stock of genetal j duj v verified to »aid administrator at the
those who came in'from'^the coun moils peak. Hereafter he will di- tie of the 25c size Chamberlain's colic, mercllandl5e and ,Mtent medicine». . He
office of John W. Loder, Oregon City,
Oregon, within six months from this date
try. The ‘ 'attractions” were lim
diarrhoea remedy is standard here in its
S. P. I NODE,
ited, but the sports that did take at Pompeii, which is the new name gale by thcEstacada Dr,.g store,
A. JO NES is our.selling agent in Estacada, Oregon
line. It never fails to give satisfaction & Administrator with the Will annexed of
place were high class.
we could hardly afford to be without it.” the Estate of Sarah B. Ingle, deceased
of ball between the Athenians of the postoffice department.
For sale by Estacada Drug Store.
Telephone connection direct with mill
PRIVATE MONEY TO LOAN
Mr. Yocuuj took up his residence
Portland and the Kslacada’ nine was
On real estate .cu ity.
the best playcd'Tiere” this year, and at Government Camp in 1892 for
$100. *'or 2 to 5 years
pleased the crowd.
The visitors ; the benefit of his health. He is
$5/ ■ for 1 year
$750 for 3 years
Several double and i know n far and wide and has guided
W. A. H E Y L M A N | I won 2 to o.
GEO. C. B R O W N E L L
$1500 for 5 years
brilliant plays'were made. . $45.00 thousands of climliers up the moun
ESTA CAD A
0. W. P. & Ry. Co. K
$400 for 2 to 4 years
tain. During all the years of l.is
B R O W N E LL and H EY LM A N
$600 for 3 years
e s t a c a d a - p o r t l a n d
at the pavilion was well patronized
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
$500 for 2 to 5 years
in the evening.
The number of a serious accident and is n >w 64
.eave Estacada for Port
PRACTICE IN A L L COURTS
5 per cent. Call write or phone
people from,athe big town was not years of age. Mr. Yocum is spend-
lan d :
All kinils of I,egal Business promptly attended to
the biggest. More crackers, than ing a few days in Portland visiting bv Ju ly i, 1907—John W. Loder,
Estates and Probate Matters carefully taken care of
7 : 37 . 9 M 7 . I G 37 A. M. and
usual, were fired, but the day was friends. He has a number of sug- Atty. at Law , Stevens Bldg Oregon
The DuBois farm of 197 acres,
, ; 37 > 3 :4 7 .5 :3 7 ,9 :0 5 p . m .
sensibly and patriotically spent.
_ 90 acres in cultivation, 15 in fruit,
better protection of forests, among
leave Portland for Esta- j [
good pasture, buildings, water, on
The l)octe#r away from Home when Need-
them being the establishment of a
New Water Line
heliograph -.tation at Crater Rock,
People are often very much disappoint-
near school and p. o. Soil rich, in ;; 7 :30 ,9 :30 , 11:3 0 A. M. and j;
from where signals t llir.g cf the
i ed to find that their family physician h
the Springwater country.
Terms :\ 1 :3 0 ,3 :4 0 ,5 :4 4 .7-»5 P-
The'new water committee of the location of fires ccul 1 be sent to
1 away when they most need his services.
easy. See or address,
Diseases like cramp colic and cholera council have decided, upon investi guards and fire wardens.
'! Way freight leaves Estacada i
W . A. JO N E S
morbus require prompt treatment and gation, that it is not necessary to go
.! in the morning, daily except !
PRO PRIETO R
! have in many instances proven fatal be- nearly two miles out to get a good
Sun. returning in the evening. I
1 fore medicine could be procured or a phy
source for the water supply system.
S P R IN G W A T E R ,
O REGO N
offices of the company: f j 2 1-2
Good rigs and careful drivers always
First St. Portland, Oregon.
' keep at hand a bottle of Chamberlain’s j ^ ls th ought feasible to start from
I colic, cholera and diarrhoea remedy. No , the \ ocum, or Wade, creek a mile
Ill»,» I. , » . » , ! , I . . »
G EO . C. BR O W N ELL
& Com pany
The Dubois Lumber Company
Fir and Cedar ,
C. E. DUBOIS, Manager
i; TIM E CARD j!
Hunting and Fishing Parties
W O O D & LU M B E R
Local and Long Distance Telephone
physician can prescribes U tter medicine
for these <lisci.sc».
By having it in the
house you escape much pain and suffer-
I ing and nil risk. Buy it now; it may save
life. For sale at Estacada Drug Store.
t ■- sa - a - a ; v w a .
ALL GOOD 1HINGS
Dr. C. B. SMITH
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
OFFICE and RESIDENCE
Over the Bank of Estacada
William K. haviland, M. D.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Office at drug store
R ESID EN C E
Corner Shafford and Fourth
D r. R . W . ANDERSON
Of rooms 41-2 Hamilton Rhtg. Portland
Will visit Estacada every Saturday
Office with Dr. f. B. Smith
Dimick & Dimick,
Attorneys at Law
Nor taf y Public, General Law
Practice, Mortgages foreclosed, Ab-
must win upon their
merits. The International \
D ictio n ary has won a
greater distinction upon
ito merits and is in more
general use than any other
work of its kind in thes
O r Ear. o x C i tv
A N D R E S E N M .H
old reservoir. By doing this water
can also be backed} up into the new
reservoir, or a branch pipe can l>e
run direct to the new reservoir a
distance of 300 feet farther. This
is the plan the new"couneil has ta
ken. The order__which was placed
j for pipe has lieen countermanded
until the new arrangements shall
have been definitely decided on.
The Smooth Agents
| Morrow County papers relate
1 that traveling agents for buggies
( have been taking orders in that part
A. II. Sure«’, L L I).f n.I)., of Oxford I
I nivorttity, K n cla n d . h;m i front I y
of the state for sometime,Jand have
of it : It it« iiulftNl n umrvelntM w««rk ; It i*F
difficult 1»M »n o ch oo f it dictionary irtorel I done considerable business.
exImutdivo nn<l t-omple'.c. r.voiythinjr Is]
in it not only v Imt v e 1 rigltt e
! agents are said to be very smooth
find in mu h a xrorlc. but »iso \ hat few o f t
us would et'Ci* Im vo thooirht of b*ol;ingfor. r
talkers,"whojiave no great difficul-
A St Dpi. ,t «'lit t • t Ilf 11' \ flit inll I.Ud L
brought 11 full , un t.» data. I hart) boia
| tv in convincing the farmers that
looktmr through the latter with n focling
nini.men: nt Its compacteneps, nnu
j they can buy a vehicle through an
tho amount of labor that luu ba i
J agent at less cost than through a
local dealer, and the prices quoted
T H E O R A N O P R IZ C
l*a r out the representations of the
Uh«* highest iw im h whs given to tho
ternational at the World s Fair, i_t. Duiif.
agents. But some}of/the farmers,
P i l J E "A Te«t In rronneclaUoa," in-j who bought in that manner, came
♦ v * »TV«» mul c .nui ttuniiig
for Ilia wh.de Lmtlly. Ala«»
I to the conclusion after their carria
Illuot nat»l | nttiplilef.
ges arrived that they could have
Q. fit C . M E H R I A M CO.,
secured a 1 letter vehicle for the same
CpnmoriiLO, M ac 3.
money at home from a resident a-
. gent, whose permanent busines in-
Tbe stockholders of the Judson terests require that prices and qnal-
Car Manfg. Co. will \isit Estacada ity correspond. Morning. Orego-
M O N EY LO A N ED
O F F IC E S ' Ì,
east of town, run the pipe dow n and
connect w it|, the pipe ju st'b e lo w the
Hatchery Not Successful
BU Y C L A C K A M A S
C O U N TY
Operations at the Estacada xta-
¡11011 were unsatisfactors this season.
G E T YO UR
For constipation there is nothing quite
so nice as Chamberlain’s stomach and li
ver tablets. They always produce pleas
ant movements of the bowels withoutany
disagreeable effects. -Price 25c Samples
DONE A T T H E N E W S SH O P!! free at Estacada drug store.
H O T E L E S T A C A D A , E S T A C A D A , O REG O N .
Estacada's leading hotel is one of the best oil the Coast.
1 he accom
modations are firstclass in every particular. It is new, neatly furnished,
and its location makes it a pleas nit s 1m ner or winter res »rt. It is ma:i-
aged’ by Mr. N. L. S. Lauryy formerly with the Arlington Club Portland
N ew Y o rk to Become a Desert.
B y E D W A R D H . H A L L , Secretcry c f the A sso cia tio n For th e P rotection
o f the A d iroT iîsck s.
E W Y O R K S T A T E F I N A L L Y W I L L B E C O M E AS B A R R E N
AS T H E 3 E 3 E R T O F S A H A R A U N L E S S S O M E T H I N G IS
0 0 N E T O P u T AN EN D TO T H E SP O LIATIO N OF T H E
FORESTS AND STREAM S.
Today her forests are practically limited to the Adirondack» and
Catskill mountains. Climatic conditions liavo changed noticeably
where this denudation has taken pi;:os'. Streams have dried up entirely
or become SPASMODIC and U NRELIABLE for industrial pur
poses. These conditions are now beginning to arise in the region
tributary to the Adirondack», and if a halt is not made and vigorous
efforLs put forth to retrieve the indiscretions of the pnst New York
state will bee »me AS BARREN AS TIIE DESERT OF SA
H AR A , her firms will bo ruined, her mountains will bo naked of
trees and soil, her rivers will disappear as rivers and become mere
troughs for carrying off the rainfall c f each passing shower.
It is therefore the present duty oi' the people of New York to do
three things: First, to protect IN V IO L A T E every acre and tree
that we now have in tho fon st p ■ erre; second, to extend as rapidly
as possible the urea of this pres; rve, and third, ». REPLANT as
rapidly as possible the denuded crca*.
JOB AND COMMERCIAL
IN A STYLE T O PLEASE
Your name is always desired on
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