THE ESTACADA P U B L IS H E D TH U RSD A Y NEWS M O R N IN G H. A. W ILLIAM S Entered m the postoffice In Estacada. Oratori, as sseond class mall SUBSCRIPTION RATES Ona re a r .......................................... ..................S i 00 Six months .......................................................... SO . T h u rx U y , May 2 $. 19 ©• T) m Stpafclican Ticket D. 9 . Senator n . M . C a k e o f H a tT n o m a h Conjjmaman W IL L IS P. H AW LEY ol Marion S u p rem e Judge R O BERT S. SEAN (A U m Dairy and Pood Commissioner J . W. B A IL E Y oi Multnomah kailroad Commissioner 1st I)ist THOMAS K. CAM PBELL of Lane Prosecuting Attorney, 5th Dist E . B. TONGUE of Washington Joint Representative—-Clackamas an Multnomah C. N. SIcARTIXTR of Multnamah Representatives JA M E S U. CAM PBELL W ALTER A. DIMICK LINN E . JO NES Commissioner W. H. MATTOON Sheriff RICH ARD L. G R E A V E S 1 Clerk F. W. C REEN M AN Recorder CHAUNCEY E . RAM SBY Assessor H. S. MOODY T reaaurer J. C. PADDOCK Coroner R . L. HOLMAN School Superintendent T. J. G A R Y Surveyor S. A. D. HUNGATE Livy Stipp was in town Saturday on business. Mr. Stipp is acting as chairman of the Republican coun ty central committee in the present campaign, and he is conducting a very successful contest. Mr. Stipp used to live over this way. and he occasionally comes over to keep tab on the changes that take place. The proposition is being favora bly discusssed for the establishment of a joint high school in Estacada at the coming school election. If two or more of the adjoining dis tricts will go in on the plan it will be successful, and all can then have high school advantages at home. Another grade or two can be added to the courses, another room fitted up, and another teacher employed, if it is found expedient, and then, with a corps of competent teachers, Estacada will have something that will be a means of bringing people here for the school privileges open to them. Every taxpayer is always anxious to do that which will make the bur den of taxes lighter. One of the best means to this end is to vote for C. E. Ratnsby for county recorder. Mr. Ratnsby has held the office one term, and he has done just as he promised the people he would do — run the office in an efficient manner with as little expense as possible. The work and business in the re corder's office has increased wonder fully the past two years, but Mr. Ratnsby- has turned saver to the county a large sum of money over and above the running expenses. The clerical help has been limited to just what is required, and the affairs of the office have been car ried on satisfactorily to all, and for the people's benefit. Mr. Ramsby’s record entitles him to a good en dorsement at the election for another term in the recorder’s office. Mr. Ratnsby's number on the ballot to be voted is 53. Remember it—53. the inattention of the voters and the carelessness which will follow front the large number of propositions this measure may slip through. The convention is right. This is j an abuse of the initiative. The a- mendment ought to be defeated by j a larger majority than that of two years ago.” PR OFESSIO NAL C A R D S Swift’s Arsenate of Lead $1.80 FOR 10 lb. KEG Wakley’s Squirrel Poison T O OUR TRADE We are now prepared to furnish you with sewing machine needles & shuttles for auy sewing machine made in the United States. These are made by the Boye Needle Co. of Chicago, and are pnt up in nice, clean tubes, ami everyone is gu ar anteed to be true. Call and see them and also the needle threader with which any person can thread a nee dle in the dark. If you don’ t be lieve it. come and see. Formaldehyde HENRY V . ADIX, M. D. Physician and Surgeon ***** In quantities and prices to suit everybody The Lstacada Drug Store People everywhere take pleasure in tes tifying to the gpud qualities of Chamber* Iain's cough remedy. Mrs. Edward Phil ips of Barcley, Md. writes: “ I wish to tell you that I can recommend Chamberlain’» cough remedy. My little girl, Katherine» who is two years old, has been taking this remedy whenever she has had a cold since she was two months okl. About a month ago I contracted a dreadful cold myself, but I took Chamberlain’s cough remedy and was soon as well as ever. This remedy is sold at the Estacada drug store __ __ SHINGLES Office and residence, up stairs in the Es- % tacada Pharmacy Building Entrance between drug store and Sparks We are equipped to manufacture store, on Broadway from 40,000 to 50,000 of the best Local and Long Distance Telephone Cedar Shingles each day, and will The doctor’s phone can be connected deliver them in Estacada at with your home phone at night if re Or the purchaser can get them at quested. One long ring. the mill. D r. J . V . SC OTT, Mole and Gopher Poisons CEDAR D ENTIST ' Of rooms 41-2 Hamilton Bldg. Portland When these. wanting shingles examine Orders filled promptly ** I Will visit F.staeada from Saturday at 1 till Sunday at 5:30 p. m. ♦♦♦ Office with Dr. H. V. Adix Dimirk & Dimick, JULIUS KRIEGER ----- P R O P R IE T O R - Estaeada Agent—A. Morrow Nice Little Ranch Attorneys at Law OF A BO U T 8 A C R E S gM ^N ortary Public, General Law Adjoining high bridge southeast of Practice, Mortgages foreclosed, A b Estacada stracts furnished The Man for the Place J. W. G ra y Has Had M O N EY LO A N E D Many Years of Experience in Educational Work W. A. HEYLM AN Democratic candidate for represent ative. Statement No. 1, first, last, and all the time. If the voter lias no light to say who shall be U. S. Senator, where does the represent ative get his right to say who shall be such senator ? Have we failed to be a representative government any longer? A re we only tools for the corrupt machines? I believe that the strength of this government and its institutions lies in the people and not ^n machine made politicians Machines are the dry rot of re publican and democratic institutions which destroy party and govern ment, unless the rot, or cancer, is removed. Do not wait until it be comes chronic, but act now. Prin ciple always stands above the man. Joseph W. Gray was here last week ill the interests of his candidacy for county school superintendent and his name will he on the baliot for this office at the Jutir ! election. Mr. Gray who is an independ ent candidate ami is independent in even '.ense of the word and is not affiliate* with any parties or factions and solicit the suppori of all voters who devre ti* see the office of school superintendent occupied by aman who is highly qualifi ed for the position. Mr. Gray stands high in the education al ranks of the state. He was for many years identified with the educational in terests of Clackamas county as vice-prin cipal of the Oregon City schools, and was for nine years principal of tue Park- place high school. Prof. Gray was one of the originators of the Clackamas coun ty Teachers’ Association and when he re signed his position to go North, he was serving on the county examination board. As secretary of the Willamette Valley Chautauqua Association for four years, Prof. Gray formed a wide acquaintance. He was educated in Northern Indiana Normal school and also in the business college of the same place. He holds a life diploma from the State of Oregon and is in every way qualified for the po sition to which he aspires. Prof. Gray is a man of family, 44 years of age, and a tax payer of Clackamas county. He has setveil 17 years in the school room as teacher and knows fully the needs of the common schools. OFFICES: 2, 3 & 4, AN D R ESEN BLD. O reg o n C it y few days with her aunt in Portland. Mrs. Ista Bauernfeind visited her friends near Salem the past week Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Currin and daughter, Dora, Mrs. Wehrheim, and Ethel Hale left on Saturday for Salem and Harrisburg where they visited friends for a week. Mr. Coop is took care of the farm in their absence. A Good Man for Assessor J. E. Jock, Democratic candidate for county Aaaeaaor was born at Marquam, in thia county; he served as chief deputy sheriff during J. J. Cooke's term as sher iff; afterwards be formed a partnership with Geo. F. Horton and together they conducted the grocery store of Horton & Jack on 7th street in Oregon city. Two years ago he bought out the interest of Mr. Horton and is now conducting the business alone. Mr. Jack is a thorough business man in every respect, and if elected Assessor will appoint the very best men he can find in Clackamas county for his deputies and will endeavor to give a just and equal assessment to all without favoritism. You will make no mistake by voting for him. T. J. MYERS FOR C O R O N ER F. M. church. Miss Maud Sturgeon, Miss E va Pruner and Miss Daisy Blondell are contemplating a pleasure trip to Se attle and Tacotna. Announcements are out of tlie wedding of AJ1 - - \Iartha Sagner to Mr. Fred Johann of Aurora. The ceremony will take place on the 9th in Oddfellow hall Estacada. J. H. Talbot of Clackamas came up to Estacada Sunday and remain ed a few days meeting friends. He is down from the McKenzie hatch ery to stay until after election. He was at the home of H. A. Webster while here. Mrs. Adeline Miller returned on * 'One of the planks of the Repub Clackamas County Native Son Sunday from a visit to Sellwood and lican state platform reads as follows: Promises Careful Administration and Portland friends. Mrs Miller ‘ ‘We are opposed to the abuse of recently received a box of real ma- the initiative and referendum by A practical undertaker should oc T01111 pie sugar from her son, Silas Obert the submission to the people of a cupy the office of Coroner. large num ber o f m easures on the J Myers, the Democratic nominee who lives way back east. H. Witherspoon and wife of Spo same ballot. The people are too for that office has been in the un kane were in Estacada last week, busy to give these matters the at dertaking business for several years tention necessary to insure wise ac and recently bought the undertak guests of Geo. Estes. Mr. Wither tion. The numlier of measures to ing store and business of Shank & spoon is assistant secretary of Spo be submitted at any one election Bissell in Oregon City. He is a kane & Eastern Trust Co. one of should be limited, and it should be young man very well qualified to *be largest and wealthest hanking further provided that a measure conduct the affairs of the office in a houses in the Northwest. once voted down by the people satisfactory way. His opponent j B. O. Boswell arrived home yes should be ineligible torn place on I has had the office 16 or 17 years, terday from Seattle where he spent tbe ballot for a period of six years Mr Myers feelsthat the officeshould a week as a visitor, and to see the thereafter. " be passed on. Mr. Myers' parents, warship fleet. He had a good time The latter part of this plank is Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Myers reside but says the principle thing there clearly directed against woman suf at Redlands, Clackamas county. was the Seattle spirit which was af frage. This proposition was thor Mr. Myers promises that if he is e- ter ever dollar and cent the people oughly canvassed two years ago, lected coroner he will give the peo had. and was defeated by a majority of ple of Clackamas county an eco- Resolutions of Condolence 10,173. There has been no change nomical administration of the office in public opinion on this question,' and unnecessary expenses will al and the immigration into the state ways be avoided. Whereas, our brother, William C. He is out meet has been chiefly of those opposed to ing the people as much as possible. Looney, has answered the summons to this amendment. Nevertheless and wherever he goes his canvass of the Divine Master, and passed on k to again foisted on the ballot un for the office he seeks is well re- to the higher life, therefore, be it the misleading title of "Equal ceived by those whom he meets. Resolved; that Estacada Lodge, ■ ’ to the hope that through! His number ou the ballot is 58. 1 173, I. O. O. F. has lost a worthy SALE AO YEARS* E X P E R IE N C E PR IC E, $1,000 O rego n P atents Good for residence purposes Flowing Spring all the year should become a drunken sot, would Good for Fruit, Poultry 1 or Gardening ou accept the $1,700? Estacada is Small Improvements ight now accepting $1.700 a year Some Cordwood and Cedar Posts on the very condition that some men’s sons will become drunken sots Shall it continue? Shall we contin ue to plank our streets with the ru in of the souls of men and women ? Listen to the curse of the holy scrip ture. Habbakuk 2 -12 reads "W oe to him that buildeth a town with blood, and establisheth a city by The candidate lor joint Representative iniquity.” Hab. 2 -15 , ‘ ‘Woe unto from Multnomah and Clackamas coun ties, is X resident of Oswego, Clack- him that giveth his neighbor drink, utnas county, Oregon, and for fifteen that puttest thy bottle to him and years lias been practicing law in Portland j makest him drunken also, that thou with offices in the Chamber of Commerce. mayest look on his nakedness” His platform is Statement Number One, Vote as God would h avf you vote and lie has pledged his support for Gov ernor Chamberlain or Mr. Cake, which Put your cross between 340 and Vote “ No” on ever receives the popular vote, for sena “ For prohibition.” tor. He was raised on a small farm and the Reddy amendment which pro at the present time is fartni ng in a small vides for a wide open town, gamb way. He is a taxpayer in both counties. ling, saloon, brothels &c. It is 320 yes, and 321 no on the ballot. Mark Chamberlain’ s Colic. Choler and Di it thus to vote N o—321 X No. arrhoea Remedy F . M. G IL L . There is probably no medicine made that is relied upon with more implicit CURRINSVILLE confidence than Chamberlain's colic,chol All Right for Commissioner era and diarrhoea remedy. During the Mrs. C. A. Looney was in Cur- Mrs. H. V. A dix returned home, third of a century in which it has Iteen rinsville, Monday. Sunday, from a visit of several days use, people have learned that it is theone J. W. Smith, Democratic candi Mrs. Alspaugh was sick several with her people in Portland. remedy that never fails. When reduced date for county commissioner, was in water and sweetened it is pleasant to days of last week. L. S. Bonttey, the photographer, take. For sale at the Estacada drug store born in the State of Missouri in Miss C. A . Cutter is spending a has moved his family up from Eagle Creek, and will soon establish a pic ture gallery here. Dr. Bettinan of Portland consult ed with Dr. A dix Sunday, on a special case the latter has. Mrs. Sarah Palmateercame home Sunday from a short visit with her daughter in Portland. Rev. H. E. Stubbs and wife were in Portland Sunday attending the Quarterly district conference of the FO R member, and his family a kind and loving husband and father, Resolved; that we extend his fam ily out sympathy in this, their great bereavement, Resolved; that our charter be draPed in ">°urning for 3 ° <la>’s in memory of our departed brother. Resolved; that these resolutions be spread upon the secretary’ s book and that a copy sent to his fatlli. ,y and that they be sent to the E s. tacada News, and other papers for publication. He waited long tipon the shore For the outgoing tide To bear him to that home in store Where peace and love abide: A well-earned rest forevermore Beyond the heaving tide. John K . Ely E . M. Bates J . W Reed Committee. Temperance Rally 1862; he came to Oregon with his parents in 1875 and in 1878 settled in the place which is now his home at Macksburg; he followed the vo cation of farming until 1897 when he opened a store and engaged in the merchandise business until 1906 when on account of the health of his family he closed out his store and spent a winter in Los Angeles California, returning to his farm in 1907, where he has since resided Mr. Smith has always taken a deep interest in county affairs and espec ially in road work and in his pre cinct has held the office of road su pervisor many terms and is now the supervisor for Macksburg precinct. He lias never held office except road supervisor. In his own business affairs he has been very successful and now owns one of the best and highly improved farms in Clackamas County. A thorough business man in ev ery respect, he will if elected to the office to which he aspires, work for the iuterest of all Clackamas Coun ty- FOR DcaiaNa C orTW Q iiTi Ac. SA LE A nyone tending a » k e tc h and description m ay iilokly ascertain o u r oi» 4 nk>n fre e w hether an ..iventton <• p robab ly P *t4 *» J*b K C o n im u iitc a- tlous strictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patent« ctlycoi sent free. Oldei t agency fo r securing vmU P a ten ts taken through M unn St Co. r bout c h arg e, in the tptcial notice, w ithout JOHN B. BOWMAN, ESTACADA - - Clydesdale R E S T O R A T IO N TO ENTRY OF LANDS IN National Forest. Notlca Is heraby given that the lands described below, embracing 1 OOecres. with in the Cascade National ForesL.O regoo.w ili be sub ject to settlem ent and entry under th e provisions of th e homestead laws of th e United S tstea and the act of June 11. 1906 (34 Stat.. 233). at th e U nited States land office at Portland. Oregon, on July 14, 1908. Any settler who has actual)? and in good faith claiming any of said lands for agricultural purposes prior to January 1. 1906, and has not abandonded same, has a preference right to make s homestead en try for the lands actually occupied. Said lands were listed upon the applications of the persons m entioned below, who have preference right subject to the prior right of any such settler, provided such settler or ap plicant Is quallfiad to make homestead entry and th * preference right is exercised prior to July 14. I 9 0 8 , on which date the lands will be subject to settlem ent and entry by any qualified parson. T he lands are as followsWK of S E K of NEK the SW K of N E K . and the S E K NWK, Sac. I 2 .T . 3 .S .R . 7 E. W. m. listed upon the application of Jo h n S . Maicomson. No- 189. 17th S t. South Portland. Oregon. F R £ D D EN NETT. Commissioner ofthe- General Land Office. Approved April 2 1 . 1908. FRAN K PIE R C E . F irst Assistant Secretary of th e Interior. OREGON Scientific A m e ric a n . Stallion A h a n d s o m e ly llt m t r a t e d w eekly. l e n r e e t e ,r- e o la tio n o f a n y eclentlO e Im irn el. T e rm e . S3 a j e e r 1 t o a r m o n th s , »L S o ld by a ll n e w e d e sle re . o.»««**—». New York <Ett F 8 L 0 W ashington. D .C. “ Nebraska Tom” Notice for Publication Will make the season of 1908 as follows: Mondays and Thursdays at Suter's barn, Eagle Creek; Tuesday noon to Wed. noon, Morrow’ s barn, E s tacada, and the balance of the week at my place. milts southwest of Damascus. D ESCRIPTIO N “ Nebraska Tom” is com ings years old; is bright hay; weighs 1750; 7-8 Clydesdale; heavy boned, and good style and good action. Land office at Portland. Oregon. May 9. 1908. Notice is hereby glvea that Colby Mars’on of C herryvtlle. Oregon, who. on Jan* 13. 1903, mad* homestead entry No. 14960, for Northwest Q uarter Section 32. township 2 south, range 6 east. Willam ette Meridian, has fUed notice of intention to makoi final five year proof to establish claim to the land a- bove described before th e register and receiver at Portland. Oregon, on the 22 day of June. 1908. Claimant names as w itnesses: David W . Douglas of CherryvUie. Oregon William O. Rugh of John R. Maronay of G eorge Eden of Algernon S . D resser, Register. Notice for Application for Saloon Li cense To insure mare to be in foal $ 10 due I hereby give public notice that I have when mare is known to be in foal. Single service $5 cash. Parting petitioned the comae il of the city of Es with or removing mare from county tacada, Oregon, for a license to sell spir will be counted as foal. Mares must ituous, vinous and malt liquors at retail be returned and retried at proper as provided in ordinance No. I of the said city of Estacada, and in accordance time or will be counted in foal TER M S The city council Care will be taken to prevent accidents, with said ordinance. bat will not be responsible should any may vote upon said petition at the next occur succeeding meeting of the council after the second publication of this notice. G. C. DALLAS. Owner Dated May 20, 190B. SUMMONS Signed: W. A. Cunningham. In the county court of the State of Notice No. i . Oregon, for the County of Clackamas George W. Bowdish, Plaintiff. Notice foe Application for Tabic Liquor VS License Orrie Bowdish, Hallie Bowdish and Ada- I hereby give public notice that I hnve petitioned the Council of the City of Estacada. for a license to line Sherlock, Defendants. To Orrie Bowdish, Hallie Bowdish and sell spirituous, vinous and malt liquors stretail as pro vided in ordinances Nos. 1 and 2 of the said city of Adaline Sherlock, the above named de Estacada. and in accordance with said ordinances. fendants. T h e city council may vote upon said petition at th a In the name of the State of Oregon, next succeeding m eeting of th e council after the sec you are hereby required to appear and ond publication of this notice. Dated May 20. 1908 answer the complaint filed against you Signed. N. L. S . LAURYY in the above entiled suit on or before the Notice No. i __________________ 27th day of June, 1908, said date being the expiration of six weeks from the first Notice of Application for Upuor License publication of this summons, and if you I hereby gtve public notice that I have petitioned fail to so appear and answer, for want the Council of the city of Estacada. Oregon, for a li thereof the plaintiff will apply to the cense to sell spirituous, vinous and malt liquors at re tail as provided In ordinance No. I of the said city of court for the relief prayed for in plain Estacada. and In accordance w ith said ordinance. T h e tiff’s complaint, to-wit: city council may vote upon said petition at the next To quiet title to the following describ succeeding meeting of the council after the second ed premises, The W i-a of the D. L. C. publication of this notice. Signed. J. R. WILSON of Josiah Garlets and wife in sections i j Dated May 20. 1908 and 16 in T. 4 S. R. 4 E . of the \V. M. Notice No. 1 containing 160 acres more or less, save For stomach troubles, biliousness and and except 50 acres off of the North side I - 2 hereto f o re conveyed t o “ "«‘ 'Pabon try Chamberlain * stomach of said W Lodema Ann Keller by F.. D. Bowdish i an<1 ,nrer tablets- , ^ a^ rem8r^ We cur^* by them. Price 25CU and Deliliah Bowdish as shown by deed have bave been beeD effected e® e recorded at page 268 Vol. 29 Record of ‘^amP^es ^ree* Sold at Estacada drug The workers in the cause of tem perance are arranging for a big ral ly which will take place in Oddfel Relief from Rheumatic Pains Deeds for Clackamas county, Oregon. ‘ ,1 suffered with rheumatism for two low hall on Sunday evening at 8 This summons is pnblished by rrder of Tlir.kjxland Act. Ju n e 3. 1878 o'clock. F . J . McHenry, who has | *“ >s R°Hand Curry, « patrolman, the Hon. Thos. A. McBride, judge of the Notice tor Putrikation of Key West. "Sometimes it settled in above entitled court, which order vrnfl Lend Office at Portland. Oregon. May 4, 1908. a national reputation as a platform mv knees and lamed me so I could hard made and entered on the9th day of May, Notice la heraby given that in compliance with th e speaker, will be the orator of the ly walk, at other times it would lie in my 1908. provislonaof »he act of C v n tieaa o f June 3. 1878 | entitled “ An act for tha sale of timber lands in th * evening. Everybody wants to hear feet and hands so I was incapocitated for V R B N ft -SCHUEBEL. stataa of California. O re ton. Nevada, and W ashinr- bjm Don't miss it. j duty. One night when I was in severe 1 Attorneys for Plaintiff. t ton territory.’’ aa extended to all the public lend states pain and lame from it my wife went to the drog «»fore and came back with a but- | , tie of Chamberlain's pain halm. I was \ To T H K E d i t o h : , . . . . rubbed with it find found the pain had In a circular letter sent out bv the Lui- , . .. t , ... . . . 1 nearly gone dm .ig the night. I kept on I 0 . W. P. & R y. Co. our Dealers Association, it is stated that ( using it for a little over 2 weeks and 200 per cent, more bottled !>eer and 401» ESTACADA-PORTLAND J found that it drove the rheumatism away | per cent, more linttled whiskey has been I have not had anv trouble from that di- i ; Cars leave Estacada for Port sold in Lane county than before prohi sease for over 3 months.** Sold at Ksta- bition went into effect. If that is so why land: cada drug store don’t the liquor dealers, especially the 7:22, 9:22, 112 2 : A . M. and wholesalers, turn in and work for prohi 1:22, 3:52, 6:22, 9 :15 P. M. bition instead of spending thousands of dollars to prevent its adoption? If the Cars leave Portland for Esta precinct of Estacada casts a majority cada: for prohibition, as it is almost certain to do, ever)* saloon in its borders will be 7 :1 5 ,9 :1 5 , 1 1 : 1 5 A . M. and closed July t, at the beginning of that I « 5 . 3 45 , &:« 5 . 7:*5 P- M. day. The county, as a whole, may g o , W. A. JO N ES "w e t” but that will not alter the situa Wav freight leaves Estacada tion one whit. I’nder the local option PRO PRIETO R in the morning, daily except Talks Prohibition I TIME CARD Livery, Feed & Sale STA BLE law. the precinct is the unite, not the city, and as the precinct goes so goes the city. Some of the city residents will not vote for prohibi- tioo because it will curtail the city's revenues. If you had a son. and were given the choice of receiving $1,700 on condition that your sou Good ngs and careful drivers always SPECIAL Given ATTENTION Hunting ami Fieliin/ Parties W O O D & LUMBER Local and Long Distance Telephone Sun. returning in the evening. Freight also leaves Portland in the morning goes to Caza dero and returns to Portland Main offices ot the company: 132 1-2 First St. Portland, Oregon. by act of August 4 . 1892. Stephen N. Creech of Port , land, county of Multnomah, state of Orecon has dey fllad In »hlff A#ftrehta ewnrri ««olMoant Nn 7750 for the purchase of th e Northwest Ouarter [K ] cf Section E lfh t (8) in township 5 South, range No. 4 East, and will offer proof to show that the land sought is more valuable for its tim ber j or stone than for agricultural purposes and to estab - • liah his claim to said land before the register and re- ■ ceiver at Portland. Oregon, on Friday th e 24 day of July, 1908. He names as w itnesses: H. A. H ostetter of Portland. Oregon K . G. Staples of W. L. Snyder of Bruce W olvertonof " Any and all persons claiming adversely the above j described landsare requested to file their claims In this offica on or before said 24dayo#J«ly. 1 908 Algernon S Dresser Register. | M2 1 - |2 3 _______________________________ ___ Notice tor P o M co U m U. S . Land office at Portland. O raton. Mar Wit. I 908. Notice I , tiar.b r f l r . n Out Gaorza L. Eadan 0 * CWrTTTitla O raton. «fco. on Ju n e n t h . 1903. made h cam to o d entry No. 14958 for South «eat i Quarter Section 32. tovneklc 2 south re n te 4 M et, WlUnmeet, meridian, bee filed notice of intention to make final fir* rear proof to aatebilik claim to th e i lend abetre Mo-tlb id. b aler, th e reflate, end ra c e ).- — U S Lend tfflca at PwtMad. O r»ton. on th e 2 2 iay of June. 1908. Derid W. Doottee af Char n u ll. O nfon William O. N o th of jo b n R M—one , i f ' - Colby Maraton of A ttetnen X D t.ee— R a c in e .