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K ST AC A DA
II. A. W IL LIA M S
gntered at the po;toff!ce In Estacada. Oregon, as
second c!aas mail
Six months .
C. I. Ferry an 1 wife have taken _
the Fort!. nJ Restaurant to manage
The sunshine’ s change to showers
Tuesday evening was a welcomed j
F. M. Oil! attended the county
grange convention at Oregon City,
Mrs. J. M. Davis cam.- up from
Boring for a visit with her daugh
ter, Mrs. Alf. Cooke.
WE HAVE THE BEST SOLUTION MADE FOR IT
J. VV. Reed, Ed. Miller and A 1
Is public sentiment ¡11 and around Lindsey are working on the latter's
Estacada for or against Statement cottajre on upper Main street
1 of the primary
primarv tlection law? Are
Everett Miller is considering the
the people in favor of legislative :
candidates pledging themselves to plan of building a residence on his |
lots on the brow of reservoir bluff.
Vote for tlia t person for U. S. Sen
ator who receives the highest mini-
Mrs. A. Demoy has lieen appoint-
ber of votes at the general election [ ed substitute mail carrier for rural
regardless of what political party route No. 1 out from Estacada of
lie may belong to?
It lias' lieen which Mr. Demoy is the regular
suggested that a public meeting be carrier.
held for the puqiose of talking the
Julius Melike of Springwater was
transacting business in town Satur
What is Estacada going to do to
ward getting a part of the Eastern
jieople who crime West this Spring
to locate in this part of the state?
Wfr have,farm lands equal to the
vt. y liest in the state for general
pdVposes, and at reasonable prices.
Our farming community can sup-
]>ort thousands more
and beautiful country, lying under
the dome of Mount Hood, is within
an hour and thirty minutes’ ride 011
the electric car line from Portland,
one of the world’ s best markets.
Notice C,: Eali
day and called at The News shop.
Mr. Melike is about through with
his Spring grain seeding and said
that the early outlook for this year
1LIIME and SU L PH UR
T T V T T T T T T T T T Y t
By our Wayside Reporfer
Miss Linda May Winner is now
teaching school at Dover.
Dimick & Dimick,
Attorneys at Law
Nortary Public, General Law
The Clackamas Coi n v Teachers'
Association will hold a local teach Practice, Mortgages foreclosed, A b
ers’ institute in Estacada on Satur
day March 28.
M ONEY LOAN ED
The following went into the I. O.
O. F. lodge last Saturday evening;
Dick and Win. Githens, Hugh and o f f ic e s : 2, 3 Sc 4, ANDRKSKN BED.
Win. Tracy, L. Kitchen, G. C. and O regon C i t y
Arthur Brantner, who purchased-
a piece of the Dridcnstine farm last
Fall, is busily engaged preparing a
part of the land for cultivation. He
calculates to build a new residence
on the farm this Spring.
Frank Stormer has bought a piece
of land of his brother, John Storm-
cr, across the river, and will move
onto it, build and put the place uu-
Mr. Stormer has
l»ecu living on the Mathews place.
Chamberlain's cough remedy has no
superior lor coughs, colds and croup, and
ilie fact that it is pleasant to take and it
contains nothing in any way injurious
has made it a favorite with mothers. \V
S Pelham, a merchant of K irksville, la.
says: “ For more than 20 years Cham
berlain's cough remedy has lieen m y lead
itig remedy for all throat troubles. It is
especially successful in eases of croup.
Children like it and my customers who
have used it will not take any other. For
sale at Estacada drug store.
C opyrights &e.
Anyone Rending n sketch end description may
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
invention Is probably patentable. Comm tin let»,
lions st riclly confident ini. HANDBOOK on 1‘Htents
sent free. Oldest agency for securing patente.
Patents taken through Mutin ^ (,’o. receive
tprcial notice, without c harge, iu the
A handsomely Illustrated weekly. la rg e s t clr-
culntion of nny s< ientldc tournai. Terms, a
your; four months, fL Sold by all newsdealers.
NN & Co.36,BreaJ">- New York
Branch Office. 636 F HU Washington. D. C.
National Bank Idea
Killed by A n d rew Jackson.
Court of Clackamas county, Oregon, will j
receive bids up a n d until noon, March 20 , |
1908, for the construction of a Howe
Truss bridge across the Clackamas river
applicant appearing in person before this
United States Land Office, Portland, Oregon, Dec
court has given her testimony in her own
ember 31, 1907. Notice is hereby given that in
behalf, from which testimony and state compliance with the provisions Of the act of congress
ments of counsel for the applicant, the of June 3, 1878, entitled "An act for the sale of tim
court is fully advised that there are suf ber lands in the states of California. Oregon, Nevada,
ficient reasons consistent with the public and Washington territory" as extended toall the pub
lic land states by the act of August 4, 1892, John
interest and satisfactory to this court to G. Peteison of Kensington, county of Douglas, state
entitle applicant to the change of name j of Minnesota has this day fled in this office his sworn
requested, And the court being fully ad- ^ statement No. 7647 for the purchase oftheSouth-
j east Quarter of section 34 in township 2 S. range
6 E. W. M. and will effer proof to show that the land
It is therefore ordered, adjudged and sought is more valuable for the timber or stone there
decreed that the name of Aneita E Horn- on than for agriculture purposes and to establish his
shuli be changed to Aneita K. May, and claims to said lands before the register and receiver
t is further ordered that public notice be at Portland, Oregon, on Tuesday, the 17th day of
March, 1908. He names as witnesess;
given of this change decreed by publica
Herman Herbers of Portland, Oregon
tion thereof in The Estacada News for
Fred Brakenbush of
Fritz Brakenbush of
four successive and consecutive w eekly
Edwin Westerman of
insertions, and on return of proof thereof
. Any or all persons claiming adversely the above
this court w ill grant
certificate under , described lands are requested to file 1 heir claims in
seal of this court that the name of Aneita | this office on or before the 1 7 day of March. 1908,
Algernon S . Dresser, Register
K. Hornshuh is changed to Aneita K.
J9 Mch 12
May, which name shall thereafter be her
Dated February 29, 1908.
Notice for Publication
Signed: Grant B. Dim ick, Judge.
Land office at Portland, Oregon, Feruary 29, 1908
Attest: this 29 day of Feb. 1908. F. \V. Notice Is hereby given that Fiances Peshall of San
Greenman, County Clerk, by B. A. dy. Oregon, has filed notice of his Intention to
111532 make final five year proof In support of his claim, viz:
,N SPRINGWATER LAND SEE
A. M. SHIBLEY
S P R IN G W A T E R
at 6 per
W. P. Mclntirc and party num
bering nine persons have gone into
W. A. JONES
camp on the Mclntire timber claims
PR O PR IE T O R
12 miles east of Estacada
have several hundred acres of valu Good ri|<s «nd direful drivers always
able timber, and intend to devise a
SP EC IA L A TTEN TIO N
w a y of getting the lumber to mar
Hunting and Fisliinj. Parties
ket. The tract of timber adjoins
that of Dr Charlton who has re
fund an offer of f 23,00c for the
WOOD & LUMBER
* 1 or. her claim.
Locnl and Long Distant'! T« !« plume
T is not creditable to the country that the currency question
should recur so Ot 1 LX, hut ns the government of tho coun
try is democratic-republican »hero is NO ONE TO BLAME
1H T OLLSLIA I-.S. Banks in the past have played the devil
with currency. They have the power — gone the limit.
It is necessary, almost, foi business men to
have. Printed stationery is a convenience,
a recommend, and it is better fend just as
cheap as buying store stationery, a little at
The News prints all kinds of
TH E NEW S
5 2 weeks, $1 Less than 2c a week
THE NAT IONAL BANK OF THE UNITED S T A T E S W A S KIL L E D
DEAD FORE VE R BY A N D RE W JA CKSON AND NICHOL AS BIDDLE.
A N D R E W JA C KSON DID NOT KN OW MUCH, AND BIDDLE DID NOT
KNOW MUCH MORE.
T H E R E IS NO REASON W H Y WE SH OULD
NOT HAVE A NA TIO NA L BANK OF THE L N IT C O S T A T E S IF WE
W A N T ONE, BUT JA CKSON HAS PUT HIS FOOT ON IT SO H E A V Y
T H A T THE IMPRINT REMAINS INDELIOLT
I T HIN K T H E S Y S
TEM OF THE IMPERIAL BANK OF G E R M A N Y IS AD MIRABLE .
Our polities and our currency are AT WAR ALWAYS, and the
former comes out the stronger. This congress will he full of currency,
’iverv member will have a serrate bill when they set the thing loose.
God only knows what will come. I think we would better stick to
what we h ave. T1IB PRESENT CURRENCY IS R A D , IT IS
TIN SCIENTIFIC, IT IS NOT CONNECTED WITH SPECIF.,
AND THERE IS Vo TRUE B A SIS FOR IT. Ith tiegro ^ t
get ready f.'T some
GRAND REFORM, bul until wc <i > let us hang «n to what wc Lave.
BUSINESS , STATIO NERY
| 0. W. P. & R y. Co.
K8T AC A DA-PORTLA ND
Cars leave Estacada for Port i :!
7:22, 9:22, 1122: A. M. and
1:22, 3:52 6:2a. 9:15 P. M.
B y W I L L I A M C . S U M N t R . P r o f r u o r o f P o lit ic a l a n d S o cia l S c ie n c e .
B. F. Crocker now 84 years of age, and
for tw enty years justice of the peace at
Martinsburg, la, says: “ I am terribly af
flicted with sciatic rheumatism in m y left
arm and right hip. I have us. <1*3 bottles
of Cham berlain’s pain balm and it did me
lots of good. Sold at Estacada drug store
homestead entry No. 1 3570, made Apr. i 9. 1901.
for the Northeasth Quarter of section 24, town
ship 3 south, range 5 east and that said proof will be
made before the register and receiver at Portland, Or
egon, on April 1 5 ,1 9 0 8 . He names the fol
lowing witnesses to prove his continuous residence
upon and cultivation of said land, viz:
Joseph Llnhart of Sandy, Oregon
Charles Llnhart of
Jacob Leuthner of
T. F. McCabe of
Algernon S Dresser. Register
Dated this 1st day of February, A. I).
G R A N T B. D IM IC K ,
R h eirn atlc Pains Rem oved.
o R -—
Real Estate Bargians
5 8 oo
Notice for Publication
J. W. Antrim purchased an acre
HENRY V. ADIX, IM. D.
■■«»■*» *- »• ••■-.M
t.ti.lk 1 In».if 1
tract of land adjoining the original
Physician and Surgeon
townsite of Estacada west from 7th
# # # **
Miss Freda Dims lias gone to
street last Fall. He put up tempo Office and residence, up stairs in the Ks
and expects to remain
tacada P h a r m a c y Building
rary living quarters, hut is iffiw
there about a in mth.
getting ready to build a fine resi Entrance between drug store and Sparks
Posters are tip for an entertain
store, on Broadway
dence-oil the place.
ment at the,Garfield school house
Local and Long Distance Telephone
Supt. O'Malley of the bureau of
The doctor’s phone can be connected on March 14th. A goad time is
fisheries is establishing a sub-station with your lumie phone at night if re promistd and the Garfield young
on Eaglecreek for the season's work quested. One long ring.
folks are known to be able to make
has not operated on the creek for a
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Coop we fit
Dr. J. V. SCOTT,
The growing of Filbert nuts in couple years.
Eggs secured here
to Portland Saturday to attend the
D EN TIST
Oregon is not an old industry for will lie hatched at the Clackamas
conferenceof the church
Of rooms 41-2 Hamilton Bldg. Portland
the state, but it i . on; of the promis station.
of which they are members. They
ing new branches of the state’s ag
The attention of contractors and Will visit Estacada from Saturday I returned Monday and Mrs Gilbert,
ricultural classes, and, 110 doubt, it i builders is called to a notice, in an
at 1 till Sunday at 5:30 p. 111.
a Portland friend, and three of her
will become one of profit and pleas other column of this paper, from
[children came home with them for
ure to those who engage in it. Mr. Clackamas county asking for bids
Office with Dr. H. V. Adix
J. W. King, who purchased the on the construction of a Howe steel _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ j Maliel Antlers, while riding in a
George Lockt-rby place of J. W. truss bridge across the river at this
wagon, let one of her feet hang
~ Henry Cromer, road overseer ( f j down; it got caught in the wheel,
Reed, has put out 150 6-months old
Springwater district, was in town
Filbert trees which he expects will
O11 Monday morning at 9 Deputy yesterday and took home with him j is now sore, and its owner is laid
have some nuts on them this year.
Sheriff Delap sold 80 cords of the four road scrapers that his district 'up.
The King farm, which is now
An ent rtainment is planned for
Forties cord wood to settle the ac
known as the “ Hill Top" ranch, is
the Currinsville school house on
Order to Show Cause
count held by J. F. Lovelace. J.
located seven miles southeast of
Court of the State of Ore
B. Bowman paid 5 7 5 f°r 5 ° cords,
Estacada, in a very beautiful section
gon ior the County of Clackamas
and W. A. Jones.got 20 cords for been here taking measurements of expects'to resign her position to
of a fertile country. The only other
the bi i lge site.
accept one as teacher in the Phil- In the m atter of the Estate
Filbert farm which we know of a- $ 33 -
James and Mary Shibley and Ed lipines.
John Holm paid The News a vis
Wesley Smith, deceased.
round here is owned by Dr. King
Dr. Charlton is back on her
Now at this time this cause coming on
of Portland, and is near the town of it Saturday. Mr. Holm is building win and Sarah Bates were elected homestead; Mr. Mclntire and fam
to be heard on the petition of J. P. Smith
delegates and alternates to the state
Eagle Creek. These Kings deserve
ily are with her and the doctor is the duly appointed, qualified and acting
town. He still owns his farm near convention of the Patrons of Hus
having a wagon road built to hgr administrator of the Estate of Wesley
Warren, Minn., blit he says this bandry.
Sm ith, deceased:
climate is way a head of that of the
It appearing to the court from said pe
Mrs. Wnf. Wilcox has gone to tition that it is necessary to sell the
Lloyd Yocum in Accident
Portland to a ss ist h e r daughter, j whole of the real estate of said decedent
Country property, lands, farms
Mrs. C. p. Smith in caring for Dr to pay the debts erf said decedent and the
This community was saddened,
A heavy, woolen lap robe was Smith who is quite poorly.
bargains in them town lots, hous
expensed aif'd charges of the administra
Tuesday when it was learned that
es, for sale must be sold. W. A. lost out of »*iic of AV. A. Jones’ liv
I.loyd Yocum had been hurt by get
It is therefore ordered by this court
ery rigs last S.itirday between Es
Hey 1 man.
The Rebekahs had an important that all persons interested in the estate
ting one of his hands cut in the
tacada and G.iriie'd,
meeting last evening at which sev- of said deceased appear before this court
planer at the woodworking factory.
The Big Dance a Success
! eral were taken in and given the on the 9 day of March, 1908, ^t the hour
A double bludded ax which lie had
of 10 o ’clock a. m. of said day at the
been using became entangled in the
The big ball given by Wilson &
court room of said c#urt at the court
Mortgages for Sale
running gear of the machine and Gerber at the park pavilion Satur
house in the city of OregonCity county of
started revolving at a terrific speed day night was the biggest social af
Clackamas, state of Oregon, to show
5500 5 years’ time, 6 pr. cent. ^
BUY C L A C K A M A S
cause why an order should not be grant
and before M r. Yocum could get his fair that lias taken place in Estaca
52000 3 “
CO U N TY
ed to said, administrator to sell the fol
hand away lie received three bad da for along time. Over a hundred
lowing described real estate at private
cuts 011 the back of the right hand numbers were sold, and the big ball
5500 2 "
Beginning at the N. W.
T etter. S alt Rheum and Eczema
and wrist. Dr. H. V. Adix was was about full. People came from
Also private money to loan on
These are deseases for which Chamber corner of the W 1-2 of the S 1-2 of the
at once summoned and dressed the the numerous neighboring towns to terms and in amounts to suit bor lain ’s salve is especially valuable. It W. 1-4 of Section 31, T. 1, S. R. 4, K. of
wound. After a thorough examin take part in the dance. A splendid rower. Certificates of deposit on Or quickly allays the itching and smarting tlu W. M. running th, nee H 40 rods t.
ation a surgical operation was seen time was had by all, amidst quiet egon City Banks taken in exchange and soon effects a cure. Price 25 cents. the division line between the N. 1-2 and
for first lien real estate mortgages. Sold at the Estacada drug store.
i the S. 1-2 of the S. \V. 1-4. thence S. 16
to lienecvssary, and he was taken to and perfect order. Landlord I.auryy
Call, write or phone
■ rods; thence W. 40 rods; tlieuce N. 16
Portland. The injury was found of the Hotel Estacada served the
JOHN W. LODER,
rods to the place of beginning, contain
to be a bad one; most of the tendons dinner of the evening to 147 guests, Attorney at Law it Abstractor of
ing four acres, more or less, and that a
60 Y E A R S ’
were cut in two and the wrist bones and it is needless to say, it was one Land Titles, Oregon City, Oregon
: copy c f this order be published not less
j than four consecutive weeks in The Fsta-
were l.udly broken.
Mr. Yocum of the most pleasant features of the
C h am berlain 's Cough Homed is BotC A-
cada News. A w eekly newspaper in'said
limy return 1 o ue today.
g re e a b le and Cllective
county and state.
Milwaukie has raised the county
division question again.
Charles J. Bradley of Portland Oregon
J . W. Webbof Necanicum, Oregon
Any and all persons claiming adversely the above
Notice to Bridge Contractors I described
lands are requested to file their claims In
! ihls office on or before said 7 day of May, 1908
Algernon S Dresser, Register.
Notice is hereby given that the County
i i i - i
United States I and Office, Portland, Oregon, Feb.
a t th e o ld b r id g e s it e o n t h e C la c t a m a s |
Noti ce Is hereby given that Thomas F.
r iv e r a t E s ta c a d a , C la c k a m a s c o u n t y , O r- McCabe cf Sandy, Oregon, hasfiled notice of h isln -
e g o n , a n d w h ic h b id s w i l l b e fo r a b r id g e ! tentlon fbmake final five year proof in support of his
Notice for Publication
to b e b u i l t a c c o r d in g to t h e p la n s a -td ! claIm vi2: Home«#*! .m y No. 13495 made Apr I.
Land of.ice at Portland. Oregon, March 7 1908.
, I 1901. for the Southeast quarter of section 2, town-
rln se 5 eMt , nd that Mid prooiwmh.
Notice is hereby given» that Martino Pezzelo ,-p c iiic a t io n s now o n f ile m t h e c o u n t y | , hlp 3 ^
. made before the register and receiver at Portland,
of Barton, Oregon, has filed notice of his intention to
make final five year proof in support pf his claim viz:
A certified check for five percent, of I Oregon, on March 28. 1903. He names the follow
hcm jsteadentry No 14622, made Nov. 1, 1902, the amount of eack b id must accompany ing wltnessns to prove his continuous residence upon
for the Southwest Quarter of Southeast Quarter of
and cultivation of said land, viz:
Clackamas county re W. L. McCabo of Sandy, Oregon.
section 26, township 2 south range 4 east, and that each sealed bid.
said proof will be made before the register and receiv
J . Leuthner of
er at Portland, Oregon, on April 21. 1908. He
J . Llnhart Sr. of
Dated this 4th day of March, 1908.
names the following witnesses to prove his contin
P. Pashel of
C L A C K A M A S CO U N TY,
uous residence upon and cultivation of said '.and, viz:
Algernon S . Dresser, Register
Mario Eoitano of Sandy, Oregon
Antonio Garborino of Portland
Luigi Vaiarette of Sandy
T. B. K illin , Commissioner.
Timber lanp Act June 3, 1878
Pietro Vaiarette of
Attest: F. W. Greenman,
Notice Tor Publication
Algernon S . Dresser, Register.
United States Landofflc, Portland. Oregou. Jan 8 ,
1908. Notice is herby given that in compliance with
TIMBER LAND ACT JUNE 3 , 1878
the provisions of the ict of Congress of June 3.
1878, entitled "An act for the sale of timber lands
Notice f Qr Publication
in the states of California, Oregon, Nevada, and
United States Land Office. Portland, Oregon, Feb
ruary 27, 19C8- Notice ¡^hereby given tliat in com I11 the County Court of the State of Ore Washington territory." as extended to all the public
land states by act of August4,1892, Thomas H Ruddy
gon for the county of Clackamas
pliance with tLe provisions of the act of congress of
of Sellwood, county of Multnomah, state of Oregon,
June 3, 1 878, entitled "An act for the sale of timber In the Matter of the change of Name
has this day filed in this office his sworn statement
lands in the states of California, Oregon, Nevada and
No 7655 for the purchase of the South lA of the
Washington territory," as extended to all the public
Northeast l4 and the South M of the Northwest M
land states by act cf August 4. 1892. William H. Aneita E. Hornshuh to Ancita E. May.
This cause coming on to be heard on of section 28. in towbship 2 South, range 6 east,
Patterson of Portland, county of Multnomah, state of
Oregon, has this day filed in this office his sworn application of Ancita E. Hornsliuh for , and V"\°,I’ T
,0 \how ,h*'
l,nd, souch' *
I more valuable for its timber or stone than for agrtcul-
statement Nc. ; 7 '4 . fo.’ the purchase of th e N 'io f
to said land
s e 11 and s t o f i e ' 4 of S e t. 26 in tcwnship3 south
range 5 east, and will offer proof to chow that the land the applicant appearing in person and by l before registerand receiver at Portland, Oregon, on
•ought Is more valuable of its timber or stone than for her attarney John W. Loder and the state Monday, the 30 th day of March. 1 9 0 8 .
He names as witnesses:
agricultural purposes and to establish his claim tc of Oregon appearing by O. D. Ebv, dep
L. Wear of Cherryville. Oregon
said land before the register and receiver of the U S
uty district attorney for the fifth judicial
Peter Swan of
land office at Portland. Ore, or\ We nesday the 20th
Tom Leonard of Sellwood
district. And it appearing to the court
day of May. 1903. He names as witnesses:
M. Stone of Cherryville
that public notice of the time and plcae
Jam es A. C. Tait cf Portland, Oregon
Any and all persons claiming adversely the above
James P. Bltizer of Clatskanie, Oregon
has been given, proof which has been
lands are requested to file their claims in
Edward N. Lovegren of Stevenson. Washington
duly filed, as required by law, for all per this office on or before said 30 day of March, 1 908.
Homer B. Ballou of EagleCreek, Oregon
Algernon S . Dresser, Register.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the above sons to offer and show cause, if any they
described lands are requested to file their claims in have, w hy the same should not be grant
this office on or before said 20 day of M sy, 1908.
ed. And it appearing that no person has
Algernon S . Dresser. Register
filed any objections thereto and that the
ml 2 -m 14
Notice for Publication
T.mb#a lind Act, Juna 3. 1 978
Notice of Final Settlement
\o ticc lor Public ¿lion
Notice is hereby given that the under
Land Office at Portland. Oregon. Feb. 17. 1^06.
signed Adm inistratrix of the Estate of
Notice ia hereby giv-n that in compliance with the
Andrew F. Peterson, deceased^ has filed j provisions of the act of Congress of June 3. 1878,
in the county court of Clackamas county, I entitled ’An act for the sale of timber lands In the
State of Oregon, her final account as such states of California. O'egcn. Nevada, and Washing
administratrix of said estate, and that ton territory," as extended to all the public land states
j by act of AuguST 4. 1692, Kate Sheaffer of Oregon
Monday the 30th day of March, 1908, at City, county of Clackamas state of Oregon has
10 o ’clock A. M. has been fixed'by said j this day filed in this office her sworn statement No
court as the time for hearing of objec 7692 for the purchase of the W!a of sw lf, seh of
tions to said report, and the settlement j ew $£ of Section 5 in township 3 South, range
No. 7 East, and will offer i raj£ to show
that the land sought is morp valuable for its timber
SOPH IA PAULSON, nee ; cr stone than for agricultural purposes and to estab-
Sophia Peterson, Adm inistratrix of the | lish his claim to said land before the register and re
Estate of Andrew F. l ’etersog, deceased. c e iv e r at Portland, Oregon, on Thursday the 7 day of
May, 1908. She names as witnesses:
IT Ren & Scbuebel,
Darwin Bradley of Oregon City Oregon
Attorneys for Administratrix, f20-11119
B. L. Commons of Oregon City, Oregon
¡11 the County C om t of the Slate of Ore
gon for the County of Clackamas
In the Matter of the Estate
of Wesley Smith, deceased.
Under an authority of an i rder of sale
granted by the counfy court of the coun
ty of Clackam is, State of Oregon, dated
March yth 1908, I w ill sell at private sale
the following described real estate, t>
wit: Beginning at the N. W. corner of
the W I - 2 of the Si-2 of the S.\V\l-| sec 31
T. 1, S. R. 4, F. of the W . M. running
thence E. 40 rods to the West line be
tween the N. i-2and the S. 1-2 of the S.
W. 1-4; thence S. 16 rods; thence W. 40
rods; thence N. \6 rods to the place of
beginning, containing four acres, more
The sale will be on or about the 4 day of
May, 1908, and bids will be received at
my residence about one mile north of
Boring in Clackamas county, Oregon.
Terms of sale, cash.
J. P. SM ITH , Administrator
of the Estate of Wesley Smith, deceased.
And would be pleased to print yours
The Estacada News
Cars leave Portland for Esta-
1 7:15. 9:i5,
11:13 A. M. and
I 1:15, 5 4 5 . 6:15. 7 :3i F. M.
! Way freight leaves Estacada
! in the morning, daily except
Sun. returning in the evening.
Main office« of the company: 132 t-2
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