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IC S T A C A D A
P U B L IS H E D
T H I 'H S D A Y
X E W S
M O R N IN O
II. A. W ILLIAM S
E m erci
pœtolflce In E sta c*k . Oreeon. es
secor.d d u s meil
S U B S C R IP T IO N R A T E S
S is months
P h o to g ra p h
G a lle r y
These days and the things that
are turning up from day today con
vince the most of us that it takes
a trained head to run a bank m i c -
cessfully, and that conservatism is
one of the banker’ s best assets.
The national committee on home
missions and church extensions of
the M. K. church convenes in con
vention in Portland this yveek. One
of the ministers attending this meet
ing is expected to fill the Estacada
appointments next Sunday.
Parounagian is at the Portland meet
LO C A L N E W S
Mrs. B. O. Boswell entertained at
dinner Sunday, Mrs. Abbie Jaeger.
"Last winter I caught a very severe
roll! which lingered for weeks," says J
* * * * *
Office and residence, lip st airs in the Es Urquhurt " f Zcplier, Ontrio. "M y cough
was very dry anil harsh. The local dealer
tacada pharmacy Building
recommended Chamlterlain's cough rein
Entrance between drug store and Spurks
edy and guaranteed it, so I gaye it a trial
store, on Broadway
One small Itettle of it cureil me. I IteLsye
Chamberlain’s cough remedy to tie the
best I have ever used. This remedy is lor
sile l>v the Estacada drug store.
M. B. Parounagian and wife
Uncle William Pink ley yes
Mr. Pinkley has been ill for
Dr. C. B. SMITH
PH YSICIAN 8: SURGEON
O F F IC E and R E S ID E N C E
Over the drug store
P H O N E
William K. Maviland, M. D.
$35. A C L E A R , F U L L T O N E D I N S T R U M E N T
Cash, or on monthly payments
A new, up to date supply of records tor both Edison and the
Victor phonographs. Songs and Instrumentd the very best
Biliousness «inti Constipation
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Office at drug store
R E SID E N C E
Call Dell & Phone
SHEN AND IIE Y R D AT TH E
Of rooms 41-2 Hamilton Bldg. Portland
When You Buy This
Office with Dr. C. B. Smith
A Reliable Remedx for Crouqh
Mrs. S Rosinthal of Turner, Mich, says
: “ We have used Chamberlain’s cough me-
| dicine for ourselves and children for sev
eral years and like it very much. I think
it the only remedy for croup and highly
For sale by Estacada
You Get I he
' W ashington
Will visit Estacada every Saturday
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F. pc MC NT's BEST
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J. F. L O V E
hoiicu lor Publication
United States 1 and Office, Portland. Oregon. Sept.
6. 1907. Notice 13 hereby given that Incom pliance
with the provisions of the act of congress of Juno 3.
1878. entitlod “ An act for the* sale of timber lands In
the states of California, Oregon. Nevada and W ash
ington territory." as extended to all the public land
states oy act oi August 4. 1892. Guy C. Manning of
Portland, county of Multnomah, state of Oregon, has
this day filed in this office his sworn statement No.
7538. fo r th « purchase of the E ' j S E
S W V* S E
V S E '« S W % of section 27 in township 2 S range
7 E. and will offer proof to show that the land sought
is moro valuable for its timber or stone than for ai.'ri-
culturrl purpose, and to establish his claim to said
land before register and receiver at Portland. Oregon,
on Wednesday the 20th day of Novembor. 1907. H o
names as witnesses:
Charles Kadderly of Portland, Oregon
L .rvi office at Portland. Oregon. Novem ber 9. 1907
Charles A . Simpson of
N otice is hereby given that Joseph Sadowsk! of El-
John N. Manning of
wood. Oreeon, has I,led rot'.ce of his Intention to
Bert K in g of
Any and all persons claiming adversely the above
make final five year proof In support of his claim, viz:
i homestead entry No. 14551. m ade^ept. 13. 1902, discrlbed lands are requested to file their c'aim s In
1 for the Lots 3 & 4 & sM» of nw1
/« of section 4, town- | this office on or before said 20th day of Novem ber
ship 5 south, range 4 east and that said procf w ill be 1 9 0 7 .
made before the register and receiver at Portland. O r- I
Algernon S . Dresser. R egistor
agon, on December 2 l . 1907. H e tam es the fo'- J
lowing witnesses to prove his continuous residence
upen and cultivation of said land, viz:
A J Grlndstaff of Elwood.’ Oregon
J P Nlbecker of
S Twarowskl of Portland.
S Granacki of Elwood.
Algernon S . Dresser, Register
n 1 4 d 1 9
Notice (or Publication
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T O LO A N
L A C E
$400 at 6 per cent.
$ 6 0 0 ....................
See Bank of Estacada.
GKO. C B R O W N E LL
B ROW N ELL and HEYLM AN
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Land office at Portland, Oregon. Novem ber 9. 190*
N otice of hereby given that Stanly Turel of Dodge
Oregon, has filed notice of his intention to make fin
al five year proof in support pf his claim viz: homo
stead entry No. 14074, made March 26, 1902. fo
the Northeast Quarter of section 34. township 4 sout!
range 4 east, and that said proof will be made befor-
the register and receiver at Portland, Oregon,
Decem ber 21, 1907. H e names the following wit
nesses to prove his continuous residence upon amJj
cultivation of said land, viz:
A J Ciindstaff cf Elwood. Oregon
J P Nibeckes of
S Tw arcw ki of Portland
S Granacki of Elwood
Algernon S Dresser. Register
JUNE 1, 1878
Notice for Publication
T1MBKK L A N D ACT
United States Land O ffice. Portland, Oregon. Oc
tober 22. 1907. Notice Is hereby given that in com
FI ar.ee with the provisions of the act of congress c
June 3. 1878, entitled " A n act for the sale of timbe
lands in the states of California, Oregon. Nevada an-
Washington territory." as extended to all the publi
land states by act of August 4. 1892,
Bradley of Portland, county of Multnomah, state c
Oregon, has this day filed in this office his swer
s:a:ement No. 7604. for the purchase of the N 'e o
nwK and w lA cf ne% of section 8 in township 3 soutl
range 7 east, and will offer proof to show that the lan<
sought is more valuable of its timber or stone than fo
agricultural purposes and to establish his claim tt
said land before the register and receiver of the U 5
land office at Portland, Oregon, on Monday the 2011-
day o f January. 1908. H e names as witnesses: Ed
ward W hitney of Portland, Oregon: J W W ebb of
Portland. Oregon: Darwin Bradley of Oregon City.
Oregon; J W Faubion cf Salmon, Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the above
described lands are requested to file their claims in
this office on or before said 20 day of January, 1908.
Algernon S. Dresser, Register.
Last week Thursday T . J. Wirtz
sold his blacksmith shop and busi
ness to A. T . Dorsey Mr. Wirtz
has been in business in Estacada off n 14
and on ever since the town started.
His first shop was just across the [
Tlm bea land Act. June 3. 1878
Notice for Publication
j river near the historic, high bridge. |
L a n i O ffice at Portland. Oregon. Oct. 8th. 19C
Mr. Wirtz owns a handsome country N otice
Is hereby given that in compliance with t
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estate southwest of Estacada and he , p r o v ls lo n s c fth e a c to f C on gressof June 3. is:
" A n ect tor the sale of tlmfcor lands In
divides his time l>etween his citv entitled
states of California, Oregon. Nevada, and W ashil
If you have any property for sale commu
alld C O U Iltry homes.
Since begin- ton territory." as extended to all the public land su
nicate with us; we will find you a buyer
business in Estacada he has 1’i1'
‘ ct ° 'AuKUS' 4' 1892. Edward S . Johnson
Portland, county of Multencmah, state of Oregon 1
if what you have to sell is salable.
accummulated a vast fortune and this day filed in this office his sworn statement
for the purchase of the E lA o fs w ^ , nw*i
delay but give us your terms and a descrip
[ now, in his declining years, he can s 7595
w t4 of Section 28 and n e ^ of s e ii of Section 29
tion of your property —we’ 11 do the rest
live easily in opulence.
We, who township 2 S . range 7 E. and will offer proof to sf
that the land sought is more valuable for Its tim
have been less fortunate, can not or
stone than for agricultural purposes and to est
realize what that means. However, lish his claim to said land before the register and
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ceiver at Portland. Oregon, on Friday the 10 da:
Mr. Wirts expects to invest consid- January.
1908. H e names as witnesses:
j erable of his surplus cash in Esta-
John W Gardner of Portland, Oregon
John Clark of
© ! cad a. and he is casting his eyes a-
Edgar Sm ith of
round for snaps of any kind. He
Thadeus P eirce of
A n y and all persons claiming adversely the ah
is not a tight-wad, but believes in
described lands are requested to file their claim;
keeping money in circulation. Mr. this office on or before said 10 day of January, 190
Algernon S Dresser. Registe:
Wirtz is out on the farm this week
How wonderful it would be if harvesting his crop of spuds,
there were another Alexander Ham
ilton to “ touch the dead corps of
CLACKAM A5 C O U N TY
public credit, and cause it to spring
; 0. W. P. & R y . Co.
The lioard of councilmen met in ,,pon its feet.”
special session Tuesday evening at
E S T AC A D A -P O R T L A N D
Mayor Haviland’s office.
Several, The young p ople of the League
Cars .cave Estacada for Port
hills were allowed for work done for will go to Portland Fridi v evening,
CLACKAMAS TITLE COMPANY
the city on its streets and water sys but not as a league body. Reduced 606 008, Chamber of Commerce,
7 = 37 . 9 = 37 . 1 :37 A. M. and
tem. Another discussion concern
1 : 37 > 3 : 47 . 5:37, 9:05 P. M.
ing the ordinances granting a street will leave here at 5 p. m.
PRACTICE IN A L L COURTS
All kinds of Legal Business promptly attended to
Estates and Probate Matters (:trefully taken care of
aot subscribe today?
Council M eetin g
\ TIME CARD
The amount of freight passing
through the Estacada depot is in
creasing, says station Agent M. G.
Telford. Fully a fourth more freight
Attorneys at Law
is handled daily than was a month
ffOtP'Nortary Public, General Law
Farmers and business men gener Practice, Mortgages foreclosed, A b
ally will know what to do now in
ease of shortage of crops and cashto
franchise to J. W. Reed and others
Full equipment of maps, plats, ab
Cars leave Portland for Esta
meet their obligations: just get the
M ONEY LO A N ED
for a site for a car manufacturing
governor to declare a holiday time |
factory’ took place, but nothing was
7 :30 ,9 :30 , 11:3 0 A. M. and
until the crops grow tall and the
I o f f i c e s : 2, 3 & 4, a n d r e s k n b l d . |done ' The lnavor notified the city
.Agents for Clackamas County Land
1:30, 3:40, 5:44, 7 :15 P. M.
cash conies in.
O r eg o n treasurer, H. Cooper, to prepare
O reg o n C i t y
M O NEY LO A N E D
£ Way freight leaves Estacada
Mrs. W. H. Holder and daugh
________ and present to the council at its
T IT L E S P E R FEC T E D
in the morning, daily except
ter, Mrs. Maud Davis, spent a part
next meeting a financial statement
Sun. returning in the evening.
of last week in Portland.
of the city’s condition. In view of
By our Wayside Reporter
Main offices of the company: 132 1-2
the fact that a large amount of the j
M r and Mrs. Edward Scott have
E. F. & F. B. RIFEY,
First St. Portland, Oregon.
BUY C L A C K A M A S
dog and poll taxes have not been |
bargained for the Surface residence
paid, a collecting agent for the citv
property. They are from W. Yir. '
C O U N TY
Walter Woodard went to Syca
was appointed to go after all unpaid I
and until the deal is closed will live,
more last Friday for a visit with his
taxes and make collections. Messrs.
with Mr. and Mrs. Surface. Mr.
Scott is a painter by trade.
Jones and Lovelace each wanted
Mr. Lovell killed a fine specimen ,
. . . . . .
. , 1
] the other to lie appointed to do this
Mr. G. Frank Saxman, of I,a- of eagle
. 1 1
inay the lard measured
work, Jones finally won out and he j
the former home of ^ ft 2 ¡„ across the wings.
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o f Fstacdda, Oregow
was appointed the city’ s bad hill | must win upon ilic ir
the Dales, has been a guest of Wm.
Miss Alice Wilcox is visiting
M ANUFACTURERS OF A L L C LA SSES OP
Dale and family for a few days. with her sister, Mrs. Baxter near collector, with instructions to kill i merits. The Internationa 1
and bury wherever payment was I
Mr Saxman expects to locate some Oregon City.
has won a
refused. The hoard will meet a - 1
where in Oregon.
H. I>. Trapp was ill at his home
gain n e x t T u e sd a y .
Rov Meyers, who superintended the latter part of last week.
its merits and is in more j
J. O. Linn has rented his Cttr- A Methodist Minister Recommends (ham -
the Estacada end of the O. W. P.
berlin's Couqh Remedv
in the halcyon da\s of long ago, is rinsville farm to a man named Cross
general use than any other
now stationed at Eagle Creek. Roy who will take possession at oncy; \Ve have used Chamberlain's cotigh
remedy in our home for seven years, and
work of its kind in the
Mr. Cross comes from Gresham.
is un A I agent.
it lias always proved to lie a reliable rem
Charles Retching has moved on edy. We have found that it would do English language.
I). F. Warner arrived home from
T f î î T îh iq h grade building m dteridl a sp e cia ltyX LU -JT
to the Elsie Currin place at Cur- more than the manufacturers claim for it
n . l » „ o f O x fo r d
A. H. snyco.
Silverton Tuesday morning with a
( '■ iT o r t it jr , liu ç lit m t Um revent iy h u «1
rinsville; he and his brother have It is especially got si for croup and whoo o f it : I t i » ln«W-fs| a m • v lo u » w«>rk : It 1 »
drove of forty thoroughbred Ango
,« ucthmnry more
ditti« ult to « tun ivo
ping cough.-Rev. Janies A Lewis, Pastor
rented the place.
exhau stive n-t i cop ,■ •o K v c r y t n lr g 1 »
If You Arc Going to Build, Wc Can Fit
ra goats which he purchased near
Milaca, Minn. M. K. church. Chamber-
in it not o ,• x\ I :U
timi \ w m
w ork, • -i
«> v h..» ft w « f
that place. Mr. 1 J. Davis made
lain'* cough remedy is sold at the Ksta-
1 a v i ' . . - u c'.i o f hm U ingfor.
You Out to the Top Notch in Every
tin* terr ed itio n bas
caita drug store.
the trip with Mr. Warner. These
Mortgages for Sale
brought ■ fuMv up » • * »tc, Î have been
. u ie r w ith a fociiuir
wooly haired beasts will assist in
o f tiMon whin*
» m v o m ir t e n e » » , nmi
5 «oo 5 years’ time, 6 pr. cent.
the amount c l
ju r th a t h.u been put
clearing up the farm and financial
fzooo 3 "
Mouldings in All Styles
$8oo 3 "
T H E sw ftA N D P R I Z Ï
The Townsend building is about
r l r w to the lit
Sjoo 2 "
Dimick & Dimick,
T ir , *r land. Act Jure 3. 1878
Notice for Publication
Dr. R. W . ANDERSON
and family until Monday when she
went to Corvallis for a visit with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Irwin.
The marriage of Miss Irwin to Mr.
O. T. Jaeger took place at Butte on
Miss Irwin and Mr. Jae
ger spent several rveeks in Estacada
in the summer of ’06. Mr. Jaeger
took passage at Seattle last Friday
for Australia where he has the con
tract of putting up a large mining
smelter. Mrs. Jaeger will leave the
first of the year to join her husband.
For years I was troubled with bilious
ness and constipation, which made lile
miserable for me. My appitite failed me.
I lost my usual force and vitality. Pepsin
preparations and cathartics only made
I do not know where I
should have been today had I not tried
Chamberlain’s stomach and liver tablets.
Tile tablets relieved the ill feeling atonce
. . . . . .
strengthen the digestive functions, help-
ing the system to do its work naturally.
-Mrs. Rosa Potts, Birinin^hatii, Ala.
These tablets are for sale at the Estacada
Cured bv Chdir.bertein'k Cou< h
Physician and Surgeon
I have opened a gallery in Es-
tacada and am prepared to do
all kinds of Photopraphic work
both indoor and outside. Will
be here Saturdays ¿c Sundays
Money affairs ami the financial FSTACADA
situation have bien Krowing gradu
Postmaster Surface is having a
ally 1 tetter. Those few who were
inclined to be at all freightened at number of improvements added to
the first signs of trouble two weeks his store building, l.ater he may
ago are now satisfied that tlie worst have the building extended back 24
is oyer. The Kstacuda banks have feet which would cover the whole
been transacting the usual necessary lot.
business, but the holidays have had
A residence and property, one of
to I æ observed to some extent lie-
the finest and ltest in Estacada for
cause all other bonks are observing
side. See or write W. W. Boner,
the holiday season. Our banks are
j Estacada, Ore.
not in the least effected by the clos
At the last meeting of the Ladies’
ing Sr-f the Merchants National and
the Title Guarantee. The Clearing Aid new officers were elected for
House certificates are circulating the year. Mrs. Heed, President;
t h e hante as currency and gold, and Mrs. Parounagian, Vice Pres ; Mrs.
t h e y , a r e just as good as the United Surface, Sec.; Mrs. Reagan, Treas.
Sta te s gold certificates, and should The Aid decided to hold a bazar
be taken by everyone. There is the for the sale of useful and fancy ar-
l i e s l j kind of security back of them, tides suitable for Chistmas gifts,
Their appearance has relieved the the sale to be held about the mid-
money stringency to a very great die of December. The next meet
ef-'tCnt. Quite a number of them ing of the Aid will be held this
arc I tying used by the Estacada bus week Friday at 3:30 p. in ..at Mrs.
iness houses. No alarm is felt by Reed’s.
tnb a people around here, and the
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Antrim have
whole trouble appears to he caused
gone to Portland where they will
by Che people in the larger cities
spend most of the Winter.
getting excited when calmness would
The masquerade for the school
be much the better part to act.
benefit lias been postponed and
The question of hoyv many times the boys will give a ball on the ev
William Jennings Bryan must lie ening of the 28th.
nominated and defeated to l>e put
forever out of the game is as per
Mrs. Abbie Jaeger arrived here
plexing to many as the query: How Saturday last from Butte, and vis
old is Ann?
ited her sister, Mrs. E. F. Surface,
linciking r n
IliP.tlMil Clbcr I re at.rent Cut Quickly
HIMRY V . ADIX, M. D.
I. A. BONNEY,
NOVIÎMHHR 14. I4"7
The Dubcis Lumber Company
F ir a n d C e d a r
completed, and is quite un addition
to the city. The first floor is occu
pied by a dressmaking parlor, Mr
Townsend’s tshoe shop, and living
rooms. The second floor is made in
to living rooms.
Also private money to loan on
terms ami in amounts to suit lior-
G E T YO UR
rower. Call, write or phone
JO HN W. LODHR,
Attorney at Law \ Abstractor of
Land Titles. Oregon City, Oregon DONK A T T H E N E W S SHOP!!
he W orld's Fuir, Ut. L o u ü .
ter national » : tho
\ Tetl in Prtmunciaticn,"
rtn U tTve t.m l < o e r t o iin m f
fo r th e whole taiuttr* A b e /
luMnited pnir-p. ict.
g . & c . m e h 3 : a m c o .
SPiiN ci.-.¿ l o . M ao .'.
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C. E. DUBOIS* Manager
W . A. JO NES is our selling agent in Estacada, Oregon
Telephone connection direct with mill
Notice for Publication
United State* Lan doffic. Portland. O rercu. Oct 2.
1907. Notice is herby given that in compliance with
the proviaions of the act of Congress of June 3,
1878. entitled " A n act for the sale of timber lands
In the states of California, Oregon. Nevada, and
Washington territory." as extended to all the public
land states by act of August 4. 1892, Emil Eyssell.
of Portland, county of Multnomah, state o f Oregon,
has this day filed in this office his sworn statement
N o 7592 for the purchase of the W S nwH and n e *
r w V of section 14. tn township 2 S range 6 east.
1 and will offer proof to shew thet the land sought is
more valuable for its timber cr stene than for agricul
tural purposes, and tc establish his claim to said land
befor* regiater and receiver at Portland. Oregon on
Saturday, the 11 th day of January 1908.
H e names as witnesses:
W illiam Robbins of Sandy. Oregon
W illiam Rhude of Portland. Oregon
Julius Jacobs of Astoria. Oregon
John Edward* of **
Any and all person* claiming adversely the above
described land* are requested to file their claim * in
this office cn or before said 1 1 day of January 19 0 i .
Algernon S . D o s s e r R egister.
B E S T IN V E S T M E N T
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