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N EW S!
A Good Man for
Good Word« lor Chamberlain'« ( uuqh
People everywhere take pleasure in tes
tifying to the g<xxl qualities of Chamber-
HENRY V . ADIX, M . D.
lain'* cough remedy. Mrs. Edward Phil
Physician ami Surgeon
ips of Barcley, Md. writes; “ I wish to tell
you that I can recouuueiul Chamberlain's
I Office and residence, up stairs in the Es-
cough remedy. My little girl, Katherine,
tacada Pharmacy Building
who is two years old, has been taking
Entrance between drug store and Sparks W e are equipped to m anufacture this remedy whenever she has had a cold
store, on Broadway
from 40,000 to 50,000 of the best since she was two mopths old. About a
Local and Long Distance Telephone
Cedar Shingles each day, and will month ugo I contracted a dreadful cold
myself, but I took Chamberlain's cough
j The doctor's phone can be connected deliver them in Estacada at
remedy and was soon as well as ever.
j with your home phone at night if re
quested. One long ring.
Or the purchaser can get them at This remedy is sold at* the Estacada drug
i J. E. Jack, Democratic candidate
U r ;
MORNING county Assessor was born at Marquain, '
in this county; he served as chief deputy <
sheriff during J. J. Cooke's term as slier- 1
H. A. W IL L IA M S
iff; afterwards he formed a partnership
Entered at the postoffice in festacada. Oregon, as with Geo. F . Horton and together they
second class mail
conducted the grocery store of Horton &
Jack on 7th street in Oregon city.
years ago he bought out the interest of
50 Mr. Horton and is now conducting the
S ix months..
Mr. Jack is a thorough business man
Thursday, May 12, 1908
in every respect, and if elected Assessor
will appoint the very best men he can
find in Clackamas county for his deputies
The Republican Ticket
and will endeavor to give a just an 1 equal
t7. S. Senator
assessment to all without favoritism. You
II. M. Cake of Multnomah
will make no mistake by voting for him.
W IL L IS I*. H A W L E Y of Marion
T. J. MYERS FOR CORONER
R O BER T S. B EA N of Lane
Dairy and Food Commissioner
Clackamas County Native Son
J. W. B A IL E Y of Multnomah
Railroad Commissioner. 1st Dist
Promises Careful Administration j
TH O M AS K. C A M P B E LL of Lane
Frosccutinii Attorney, 5th Dist
Tom J. Myers, who recently purchased , j
F. B. TO N GU E of Washington
T H U RSD A Y
S w ift’s A rs e n a te o f Lead
M A.. coroner
r. r.«r. .... .*■ . on
. t the
T i,. tM/AOeO i í O ticket.
He is a native son of Clackamas county,
and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
M y e r s , a r e residing on their fa rm at Red
lands, in this county.
Mr. Myers is a
y o u n g man, is well capable of filling the
position and is thoroughly conversant
with his line of work, having been in the
employ of J. P. Finley & Sons of Port
land fo r nearly 3 years, and has given the
business thorough study.
is an enterprising young man and he has
spent most of his life in his home county
and will, without doubt, he given a good
big vote for the office of coroner. The
fact that the present incumbent of the
office has had it for 16 or 17 years, should
alone elect Mr. Myers.
The people do
not believe in the life tenure of public
office, hut they believe in passing the
office on to the next man,
promises a careful and economical admin
istration, and will always endeavor to
save money for the taxpayers.
making a clean, active campaign.
S H I N G L E S
$ 1.80 FO R 10 lb. K E G
W a k le y ’s S q u irre l Poison
1 T 8 2 B E 3 H
F o rm a ld e h y d e
D r. J . V . SCOTT,
' D E N T IS T
M o le a n d G o p h er P oisons
Will visit Estacada from Saturday
at 1 til! Sunday at 5:30 p. in.
Office with Dr. II. V. Adix
E s ta c a d a
wanting shingles examine
Orders filled promptly
C lyd e sd ale S ta llio n
Of rooms 41*2 Hamilton Bldg, Portland
In quantities and prices to suit everybody
- .S S Ä S S T Ä lE S I The
C. N. M cARTH UR of Multnamah
JA M E S U. C A M P B E LL
W A L T E R A. DIM ICK
L IN N E. JO N E S
W . H. MATTOON
R IC H A R D L . G R E A V E S
F. W. G R E E N M A N
C H A U N C E Y E . R AM SB Y
H. S. MOODY
J. C. PADDOCK
R. L. HOLM AN
T. J. G A R Y
S. A. D. H U N G ATE
S to re
Hotel and Restaurant
FURN ITURE AND FIX T U R E S
The Golden Eagle Hotel and Res
taurant and rall ■ the ’ furniture and
fixtures throughout are for sale.
This is the best location iffithe city,
can be purchased at a real bargain.
D im ic k & D im ic k ,
J U L IE S K R IE G E R
Mrs. W. K . Haviland was out
from Portl. nd, Monday.
Mrs. J. Mantz returned to Port
land last evening after a week’s vis
'Nortary Public, General Law it with Mrs. W. H. Close.
Practice, Mortgages foreclosed, Ab
ft will thread a needle in the dark
and it is a little wonder worker, for
only 25cts The Boye ntedle thread
M O N EY LO A N E D
er. It is a most useful and conven
A good horse for the right
ient article for the lady who does
person. Can be seen at my
Another article which we
O F F IC E S ; 2, 3 & 4, A N D R E SE N BLD. sewing.
farm at Dodge.
want you to see is our needle chart,
O reg o n C it y
O rego n
which contains needles and shuttles T. PAULSEN, DODGE, ORE
for any sewing machine made in
Or inquiry can be made at the E s
All Right for Commissioner
America—Cooper & Co.
tacada News office
J. W. Smith, Democratic candi
Notice for Application for Saloon Li
date for county commissioner, was
born in the State of Missouri in
I hereby give public notice that I have
1862; he came to Oregon with his petitioned the council of the city of Es
E X P E R IE N C E
parents in 1875 and in 1878 settled tacada, Oregon, for a license to sell spir
in the place which is now his home ituous, vinous and malt liquors at retail
at Macksburg; he followed the vo as provided in ordinance No. I of the
said city of Estacada, and in accordance
cation of fanning until 1897 when with said ordinance. The city council
he opened a store and engaged in m ay vote upon said petition at the next
D e s ig n s
the merchandise business until 1906 succeeding meeting of the council after
C o p y r ig h t s A c .
Anyone «ending a sketch and description may
when on account of the health of the second publication of this notice.
quickly aacertuln our opinion free whether an
Invention la probably potentaNtpO.ni niunlea-
Dated M ay 20, 1908.
his family he closed out his store
Ilonastrictly contldenttal. HANDBOOK on I aieute
■ent free. Oldest agency for securing patents.
Signed: W. A. Cunningham .
Patents taken through Munn A Co. receive
and spent a winter in Los Angeles
Notice No. 1.
tpeclal notice, without cbnrae, in the
California, returning to his farm in
1907, where he has since resided
A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Largest cir
of any scientific Journal. Terms, W &
Mr. Smith has always taken a deep In the county court of the State of culation
¡ four months, |L Su'd by all newsdealers.
Oregon, for the County of Clackam as
interest in county affairs and espec
« Co.S6,Bro"dw-y- New York
George W. Bowdish, Plaintiff.
omce. «25 F St- Washington. D. C.
ially in road work and in his pre
cinct has held the office of road su Orrie Bowdish, Ila llie Bow dish and Ada-
Timber Land, Act June 3. 1878
pervisor many terms and is now the line Sherlock, Defendants.
Notice for Publication
To Orrie Bowdish, H allie Bowdish and
supervisor for Mackslmr^, precinct.
United States Land office. Portland. Oregon. Feb.
| Adaline Sherlock, the above named de 29. 1908. Notice is hereby given that in compliance
He has never held office except fendants.
with the provisions of the act of congress of June 3.
In the name of the State of Oregon, 1878. entitled “An act for the sale of timber lands In
In his own business affairs he has you are hereby required to appear ‘ ami the states of California. Oregon. Nevada and Wash
ington territory.” a* extendedlo ail the public land
been very succes-ful and now owns answer the com plaint filed against you states by act of August 4. 1892, Charles Ben bow
of Portland, county of Multnomah, state of Oregon,
one of the best and highly improved
27th day of Jun e, 1908, said date being has this day filed in this office his sworn statement
farms in Clackamas County.
the expiration of six weeks from the first 7705. for the purchase of the West half ofthe North
A thorough business man in ev- publication of this summons, and if you west Quarter of section 20 in township 5 S . range
4 E. and will offer proof to show that the land sought
j ery respect, he will if elected to the fail to so appear and answer, for want is more valuable for its timber or stone than for agri
purpose, and to establish his claim to said
office to which he aspires, work for thereof the plaintiff w ill apply to the
land before register and receiver of U S land office at
the interest of all Clackamas Coun
Portland. Oregon, on Wednesday the 20 day of May
tiff’s com plaint, to-wit:
1908. He names as witnesses:
To quiet title to the follow ing describ
Ed. Turney of Portland, Oregon
Attorneys at Law
FOR SALE OR TRADE
Clackamas county seems to occu
py a prominent place on the maps
when it comes to electing delegates
to national conventions. Four years
By our Wayside Reporter
ago James U. Campbell was a dele
gate to the republican national con
vention, and this year C. G. Hunt-
Mrs. Nancy Shankland left Sun
ley is a delegate to the Chicago con
day for Portland to visit with her
The Man for the Place
A. Hinman has sold his farm and
The county commissioners have
A. KING WILSON
let the job of rebuilding that part of will vacate the place within a month J. W. Gray Has Had Many Years of
the Eagle creek wagon bridge that It is the intention of the parties
Experience in Educational Work
was taken away by high water, and who liought the place to divide it
Joseph W . Gray was here last week in
the repairs are nearly completed. into small tracts and offer them for the interests of his candidacy for county
The approach is being put up. in a sale.
school superintendent and his name will
Walter Woodard went to work be on the ballot for this office at the Junr
more substantial way than the old
Pile supports are being Monday as engineer at Walter election. Mr. Gray who is an independ
ent candidate and is independent in every
put in. The rest of the bridge is Shriner’ s sawmill.
sense of the word and is not affiliated
to receive repairs.
Thursday a number of the Cur- with any parties or factions and solicits
’rinsville people met at the church, the support of all voters who desire to
Richard L. Greaves, candidate for
the men to clean up the lot the see the office of school superintendent
sheriff, has tlie unanimous support
occupied by a man who is highly qualifi
w< m :n to serve dinner.
of his party and will receive a good
ed for the position.
Doc Palmateer returned Thurs
Mr. Gray stands high in the education
vote around here. Mr. Greaves has
day from a visit with his daughter, al ranks of the state. He was for many
by dose and careful attention to
Mrs Lee Wills at Columbia slough. years identified with the educational in
his work and business held the po
Mrs. W. R. Oatfield visited her terests of Clackamas county as vice-prin
J . C. Furke of Portland, Oregon
ed premises, The W 1-2 of the D. b . C.
sition of foreman in the blacksmith
O. M. Stafford of Portland, Oregon
husband last week at Seaside where cipal of the Oregon City schools, and
shops of the Willamette pulp & pa
was for nine years principal of the Park-
E. Burke of Portland, Oregon
he is working; she wanted to go place high school. Prof. Gray w one
and 16 in T. 4 S . R . 4 E . of the W. M.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the above
per factory for 19 years. Merit has
The candii’ aie for Join t Representative
Little Sadie Wilcox is quite low containing 160 acres more or less, save dlscrtbed lands are requested to file their claims In
back this week to have a look at of the oiiginators of the Clackam
m:ti- from M ultnomah and Clackam as coun
won, and if he is elected sheriff
Dr. Adix and except 50 acres off of the North side this office on or before said 20th day of May.
Uncle Sam’ s sea dogs but was pre ty Teachers’ Association and whe n \ e ties, is a resident of Oswego, C la c l- with pneumonia fever.
he will give the people of Clackamas
of said W 1-2 heretofore conveyed to 1908.
is amas county, Oregon, and for fifteen \ is the attending p hysician ,
Algernon S . Dresser, Register
vented by the sickness of her baby. signed his position to go North h"
Lodem a Ann K e lle r by E . D. Bowdish
county a safe and businesslike ad
The Currinsville school closed servingon the county examina: u :i I d ...J. years has been practicing law in Portland ; I see that the O ld Boss leaders of and D eliliah Bowdish as shown by deed
As secretary of the WillametLe \ alley
last Friday and Miss Kennedy has Chautauqua Association for our v rs, with offices in the Chamber of Commerce. £]le republican p a rty got contrôle of recorded at page 268 V o l. 29 Record of
Notice for Publication
ffir Gov- th e Republican s ta te c o n v e n tio n and D eed, for Clackam as county, Oregon.
The ‘ 'Reddy” amendment to the gone to Portland and from there ex Prof. Gray forme.! a wide e .
United States 1 and Office. Portland, Oregon. Apr.
T his summons is published by order of 1 1 ,1 9 0 8 . Notice is hereby given that Joseph S a-
ma em o r Chamberlain o r M r. Cake, which-I h a d th e 8 * 11 to c a l1 th e m s e lv e s th e
constitution which is causing such pects to go to California; Miss Cut He was educated in Northern Ir ina
the H on. Thos. A. M cBride, judge of the dowskl of Elwood. Oregon, has filed notice of his in
ter is at Currinsville but expects
ever receives the popular vote, for sena- Republican p arty.
One th in g they
a lot of talk reads as follows:
tention to make final five year proof in support of hi*
college of the same place. li> hold* a tor. He was raised on a small farm and | resolved, that they were in favor of above entitled court, which order was claim viz: Homestead enty No. 14551 made Sep 15.
Corporations may be formed un to leave soon. The work of these
1902. for the S H of Nw* & tots3 &4 of Sec 4 .town
life diplom a from the State of Oregon
der general laws, but shall not be ladies has been very satisfactory and is in every way qualified for the po at the present time is farming in a small the J , 2 5 ,0 0 0 appropriation annual- 1908.
ship 5 south, range 4 east, and that said proof will be
way. He is a taxpayer in both counties, j , c
before the register and receiver at Portland.
| ly for the u n ive rsity at E u g e n e that
U ’R E N & S C JJU E B E L ,
created by the Legislative Assem and it is with regret that the peo sition to which he aspires. Prof. (Jirav | 1
Oregon, on May 22. 1908. He names the follow
is a man of fam ily, 44 years of age, ami
bly by special laws. The Legisla ple see them go.
ing witnessns to prove his continuous residence upon
Chamberlain s Colic. Choler and Di-
and cultivation of said land, viz:
William Clinton Looney, a well a tax payer of Clackam as county. He
Pto P,e are
favor of more high
tive Assembly shall not enact, a-
Stephen Twarowski of Portland, Oregon
has served 17 years in the school room
Notice for Publication
There is probably no medicine made ■ schools, for by the law they can
mend or repeal any charter or act known resident o f Currinsville, died
Stanly Turel of Dodge,
as teacher and knows fu lly the needs of
U. S . Land office at Portland, Oregon. May 6th,
A. J . Grindstaff of Elwood.
of incorporation for any municipali at his home Saturday, May 16. He the common schools.
1908. Notice is hereby given that George L. Eaden
J. P. Nibecker of
, Ijjjrh school, and then by the time of Cherry ville, Oregon, who, on June 11th. 1903.
ty, city, or town. The legal voters
Algernon S . Dresser, Register
homestead entry No. 14958 for Southwest
On Monday, Mrs. J. W. Reed of era amt diarrhoea rem edy, During the i tile pupil goes through the home made
of every city and town are heteby county, West Virginia, and was at
Quarter Section 32. township 2 south, range 6 east.
third of a centurv in which it has been
Notice for Publication
granted power to enact and amend the time o f his death in his 36th the Rebekahs, John Ely, Will Cary use, people have learned that it is theone i scho° 1 the>' oughttoknow what pro- Willamette meridian, has filed notice of intention to
make final five year proof to establish claim to the
Land office at Portland. Oregon, April 11. 1908.
their muni ripai charter, and the e x year. The cause of his death was and Asa Hawkins of the Odd ft Hows remed y that never (ails. When reduced ! fession to follow, and with the home land above described, before the register and receiv Notice
Is hereby given that Stanly Turel of Dodge.
clusive power to license, regulate, consumption which had developed left as delegates to the 53rd animal in water ami sweetened it is pleasant to Tiigh school there is no need of such er U. S . Land office at Portland. Oregon, on the 22 Oregon, has filed notice oJ his intention to make firal
five year proof In support of his claim, viz: Home
eoatrol an 1 lax 01 to suppress or from an injury which he received ' session o f the grand lodge o f Odd- take. Bor sale at the I.stacada drug store an extravagant appropriation.
Claimant names as witnesses:
stead entry No. 14074 made March 26. 1902, for
David W, Douglas of Cherryville. Oregon
McHenry, the prohibition man,
prohibit theaters, race tracks, pool some years ago. He leaves a w ife j fellows, the 34th annual session of
the Northeast Quarter of section 34. township 4 south
W illiam O. Rugh of
range \ east, and that said proof will be made before
rooms, bowling alleys, billiard halls, and three children, his father and the grand encampment and the con- Rebekahs which commenced at Sa Walter Dimick and Richard L.
John R. Maronay of
the register and receiver at Portland. Oregon, on May
Colby Marstcn of
Greaves all gave interesting speech
and the sale of liquors, subject to in other and one brother. These vocation of the annual assembly o f ; lem Tuesday.
2 2 ,1 9 0 8 .
He names the flo w in g witnesses to
Algernon 3 Dresser. Register
prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation
------------------------------ es here last week.
the provisions of the local option and the whole community deeply 5
of the land, viz:
Some democrats have comearonnd
law of the fta le of Oregon within mourn his departure. His genial
Anton Heitkemper of Portland. Oregon
Notice for Publication
Stephen Twarowski of
with cigars.______________________ j Landofficaat Portland. Oregon. May 9, 1908.
the corporate limits of any munici disposition made for him many
A. J . Grindstaff of Elwood
I Notice is hereby given that Colby Mars-on of
pality, is Yvs'ed in such municipali friends among his associates. He was
J . P. Nibecker of
| Cherryville. Oregon, who. on June 13. 1903. made
Algernon S. Dresser. Register
a devoted husband and loving fa
! homestead entry No. 14960. for Northwest Quarter
| Section 32. township 2 south, range 6 east. Wiliam -
ther. His fortitude and cheerful
The political meetings which took
ette Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make
ness during the many months of
final five year preof to establish claim to the land a-
place in Estacada last week were
For stomach troubles, biliousness ami
described before the register and receiver at
his terrible suffering was amazing
: 0 . W. P. & Ry. Co. • bove
constipation try Chamberlain's stomach
well attended, considering the bad
Portland, Oregon, on the 22 day of June. 1908.
and he never lost his smile. He
and liver tablets. Many remarkable cures
Claimant names as witnesses:
condition of the weather. On F ri
ESTACA D A-PO RTLA N D
David W. Douglas ci Cherryville. Oregon
was reconciled to his God and died
have been effected by them. **rice 25cts
day evening the Democrats held j .'
William O. Rugh cf
Sold at Estacada drug
in the hope of eternal life; his last
Cars leave Estacada for Port
John R. Marc nay of
The principal speaker of
George Eden of
words living words of loving exhor
the evening was A. King Wilson, !
Algernon S . Dresser. Register.
tation to his defer ones. His prayers
7:22, 9:22, 112 2 : A. M. and
candidate for joint representative
for an ¿asy death were signally a n
Tiir.bealand Act. June 3. 1878
1:22, 3:52, 6:22. 9 :15 P. M. ; RESTORATION TO ENTRY OF LANDS IN
for Clackamas am) Mulin mth
National Forest. Notice Is hereby given that
Notice for Publication
swered and he fell asleep without
counties. All the other candidates!
Cars leave Portland for Esta- ] the lands desc/ibed below, embracing 1 OOacres. wtth- Land Office at Portland. Oregon. May 4. 1908.
pain or struggle. The funeral to, k
i in the Ca.
e National Forezt. Oregon, will be sub- | Notice is hereby g-an that in compliance with the
on the Democratic ticket were pres
It is necessary, almost, fot business men to
j jec* to se t •-'•nr and entry under the provisions of provisions of the act of Congress of June 3. 1878
J place Monday from the Estacada
ent, and addressed the meeting.
have. Printed stationery is a convenience,
I the hemes
-the United States snd the act entitled “An act far tha sale of timber lands In the
j Oddfellow hall where, after impres-
7 :1 5 .9 :1 5 , 1 1 : 1 5 A. M. and ;; | of June 11
A Stat.. 2331 at the United states of California. Oregon. Nevada, and Washing-
a recommend, and it is better and just as
There was another rally on Satur
S ts’ es land off ice «t P - '.and. Oregon, on July 14 j ton territory.' as extended to all the public land states
I sive religious services, that order
1:15 , 3:45, 6 :15 . 7:25 P. M.
day evening to hear the- rej ublicans
cheap as buying store stationery, a little at
, 1908 Any settle- wt c has actual y and In good faith | by act of August 4. 1892. Stephan N. Creech of Port
took charge of the remains and laid
ciatming any of sa .ar.ds for agricultural purposes land, ccxinty of Multnomah, state of Oregon has
Way freight leaves Estacada
speak. But four candidates were
The News prints all kinds of
prior to January \. 1906. and has net abandonded this day filed ta tUs officekto sworn statement No
j his body to rest in the cemetery on
in the morning, daily except ■ ■ same t as a preference right to make a homestead en- | 7750 for the purchaseof the Northwest Quarter [H ]
present. Richard L. Greaves, for
the Wade place.
Sun. returning in the evening. • try fer ! f is actually occupied. Said lands were cf Section Eight (8 ) in township 5 South, range
sheriff, made a few well-taken re
F. B. Warfield
; TIME CARD
marks, and Chauncey Ramsby, for
recorder, promised another term of Notice for Application for Table Liqu* r
economical and efficient service. H. I hereby give public License
notice that I hnv« petitioned
S. Moody was present but his name the Council of the City of Esta i da. for a Means« to
spirituous, vinous and malt liquors arratail as pro
was not called for a speech. James •all
vided in ordinance« Nos. I and 2 of tha said city of
U. Campbell made the main address («»!> .ndm aceordape. with uid finances.
Rave Special Tll#c<tycou,vn "***<*• upon said partition at the ,
on the program, and II
, next succeeding moating of ‘tha council after the sec-
mtteiuioti to the most important a -
im*n<luu nti Aid laws to be voted
ou at the flection.
1 and iwb'kattonof this notice.
t*i*dMar 20. i 9 og
Signed N. L. S . LAURYY
1 Natica No.
And would be pleased to print yours
The Estacada News
Freight also leaves Portland
in the morning goes to Caza
dero snd returns to Portland
Main offices of the com pany: 132 1-2
F irst St. Portland, Oregon.
BUY C LA C K A M A S
C O U N TY
Hated upon the ap-’ications ofthe rersons mentioned
beiow. who have preference right subject to the prior
right of a ry such settler, provided such settler or sp-
riicant I* j u r i e d to make homestead entry and the
reterer .* ght is exercised prior to July 14. 1908.
on which dara the lands will be subject to settlement
and entry by any qualified person. The lands are as
fot wsW1» or S E \ of NEH the SWH of N IK . and
the S E ’a of NWS Sec. 12. T. 3 .S . R. 7 E. W. m.
listed upon tha application cf John S . Mateomaon. No
1 89 17th S t. South Portland. Oregon.
FRED DENNETT. Commissioner ofthe
Genera! Land Office.
Approved April 21.
I9v8 FRANK FIERCE. First Assistant Secretary
of the Interior.
No. 4 East and will offer proof to show
that the land sought is more valuable for its timber
or stone than for agricultural purposes and to estab-
! liak his claim to said lend before the register and re-
: celver at Portland. Oregon, cn Friday the 24 day of
July. 1908. He names as witnesses:
H. A. Hcetetter of Portland. Oregon
K. C. Staples of
W. L. Snyder of
Any end an persons claiming adversely the above
deecr'bed lands are requested to file their claims ir*
this office on or before said 24 day of July. 1908
Algernon S Dresser Register.
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