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P U B L IS H E D
V. Linglebach wishes to buy a
Et. Zion Ladies Aid Society met
with Mrs. D. N. Bridenstein 011 workhorse. It must weigh *>c!'«.eeii
1 too and 1200 and be not over 8
old, sound and true.
Mrs. A. Drill, of Cazadero, has
H. A. W ILLIAM S
at the postoffice in Estacada, Oregon, as
second class mail
S U B S C R IP T IO N R A T E S
One year.......................................... - ................$1 00
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Thursday, June I!, 1908
lid. Oblander spent Sunday in
been spending a week at her fa
Estacada talking with friends and
ther’ s home near Vancouver.
reviewing the business situation.
Mr. E. J. Ladd, of the Portland
Mr Oblander still retains his busi
Seed Company, accompanied by his
ness property on Broadway, though
wife and little daughter, spent Sun
he is offering it on the market.
day at the home of Dr. and Mrs. H.
Rev. W. T. Kerr, Acting Super
intendent of the Salem conference
Monday, Postmaster FI F. Sur
district of the M. E. church will be
face started for California where he
here on the 13th to hold the third
went to make final proof on his tim
quarterly conference for the Iista-
The meeting will lie
Miss Anna Cadanaw is at the in the Cttrrinsville church at 3 p m.
home of Mrs. E. F. Surface this All church officials are requested to
be present with their reports. Rev.
Following the close of school last Kerr will also preach at the Sunday
week the teachers departed for their morning service in Estacada, and
homes. Miss Mae Stevens went to assist with the Communion service.
Oregon pioneers are having their
annual reunion in Portland.
G. A. R ’s will meet at Newport on
the 24th. Willamette Valley Chau-
tauquah at Gladsone, Ju ly 7— 19th.
Hood River strawberry festival on
Saturday this week.
The “ rose"
show just ended The summer sea
son to the breakers, and mountains
just beginning. Something happen
her home at Woodlawn, Portland,
ing in Old Oregon all the time.
Miss Kva Pruner left for Portland
and will later go to her home near
Fred Morris, who holds the bonds
Riddle. Prof. Flint returned to his
Issued by the city of Estacada in
family on the East Side.
payment of the water system, has
Dr. S. W. Stryker, vice-president
begun suit against the city to en
force payment of interest on the of the Estacada State Bank, was in
Mr. Stryker is a
same. The bonds draw five per town Sunday.
cent, interest, and it is payable ev
ery six months.
No interest has
ever been paid, and it now amounts
to nearly $i,ooo.
There are two
reasons why the city has not met
this obligation. First, there have
been no funds to pay with, and sec
ond, the present mayor and city
council consider the bond issue ille
gal and are disposed to bring it to a
test at law. It is claimed that the
debt incured by the issuance of these
bonds is in excess of the amount
which the charter says the city may
Students of the Estacada school
who graduated from the 9th grade
this year are, Miss Kittie Ellen
Reagan, Miss Mary A. Dale, Paul
V. Wonier, and Wm. M. Dale. In
the 10th grade were, Miss Ellen E
Erickson and Miss Edna Miller.
The annual school election takes
place on Monday the 15th at 7 p.
m. A director for a term of three
years, and a clerk-treasurer for one
year are to lie elected.
ing will be held in the school house.
Candidates for office are not very
Miss Lillian Hawkesworth and
Mr. James Langlois were united in
marriage last week Tuesday, the
?nd at the Unitarian Chapel in
Portland. Rev. Elliott, pastor of
the Unitarian church officiated at
The vote in the Goddess of Lib
erty contest for the Fourth of July
to date is as follows—
Emma Gerhardus ...................... 1
Stella Womer................................ 1
Mabel Judd .................................. 18
Ruth Dale ..................................... 22
Mary Womer................................ 2
Lena Lehm ann............................ 1
Gertrude Morrow ...................... 1
Edna Miller................................... 1
Mary Dale ................................. 1
Temperature 90 Monday M.
The election passed off quietly
and undoubtedly the majority was
satisfied. Local option took quite
a wave as it ought to.
William Moore is on a visit to
his uncle, Ed Closner. Brother
Moore gave a fine talk at the Y . P.
C. E. meeting Sunday evening.
The Saturday and Sunday ball
team played a match game last Sat
urday. Sundays 13 ; Saturdays 9.
Earl Shibley got badly hurt by a
ball striking him near the eye.
Children’ s Day will be celebrated
at the church Sunday the 14th. A
good program will be given and
every body is invited.
C. H. Foster, living near here,
was apprehended Monday morning
while he was in the attempt of kid
napping a couple of his wife’ s boys,
it is said, with the intention, it is
also claimed, of shanghaiing them
on a sailing vessel in Portland. A
petition signed by many of the bus
iness men and addressed to Port
land's juvenile court asking that the
children be taken care of secured
proper action in the case.
Mrs. Thecdoie Hoffman,who has
been at the Heylmau home all the
Spring, has returued to Eau Claire,
Wis. On Friday evening Mrs. W.
A. Heylman gave a party in honor
of her guest, at which the following
M ie Stevens, Mrs.
Huffman and sou, Arthur, M. T.
O’Connel and wife, Miss Esther
O’ Connel of Wiulock; Mrs. Hubble
of Idaho; O. W. Olson and wife, of
Was It an Attempted Hold-
The ordinary tranquillity which
pervades rural and suburban life in
this part of thecounty was disturbed
last Friday afternoon by the report
that a highwayman had attempted
to hold up the 4 o’clock train that
was returning to Portland. There
were three cars in the train, and as
it was nearing Morrow station, one
mile out from Estacada, a man rose
up out of the grass beside the train
and fired with a revolver at the last
car as it was passing him.
bullet passed through the car smash
ing a window pane on each side.
The conductorthinking he had been
shot at, did not stop the train. Who
it was and what the person’ s inten
tions were are mysteries.
thought, however, to be someone
who had a grievance against the
Officiai Count of Election
The Fire Department Planning
A Grand and Glorious
Gov. Chamberlain to Orate
Estacada is to have a
grand celebration. Members of the
Vol. Fire Co. have all the plans
made for the big time. The R. R.
Co. have kindly given them the use
of Ihe park and pavilion, and have
also offered to furnish a band, but
it is thought best to give our own
band the first chance to furuish the
music. John Page is a committee
of one on finance who will call on
the people for contributions, and
everyone is asked to help to make
the celebration a success. All the
proceeds above the expenses are to
lie used in buying hose, and pro
viding fire protection for the resi
dence part of town on the hill, and
not for the fire company.
good citizen is invited to cooperate.
Put your shoulder to the wheel and
push for one of the glorious old
times. Dancing in the pavilion and
music and picnicing in the park.
Gov. Geo. E. Chamberlain has been
invited to make the oration of the
day. John F. Lovelace has charge
of the concessions, ar.d nothing will
lie permitted to operate outside of
the park which will, in any way,
interfer or compete with the busi
ness houses of the town. The fire
company expect to have a refresh
ment stand in the pavilion. Those
who want concessions should see
Mr. Lovelace at once.
Physician and Surgeon
Office and residence, up stairs in the Es
tacada Pharmacy Building
Entrance between drug store and Sparks
store, on Broadway
Local and Long Distance Telephone
The doctor’s phone can be connected
with your home phone at night if re
quested. One long ring.
Of rooms 41-2 Hamilton Bkljf. Portland
Will visit Estacada from Saturday
at 1 till Sunday at 5:30 p. tn.
Office with Dr. H. V. Adix
TIME CARD | Farm for Sale
: 0 . W. P. & R y .
Dimick & Dimick,
3 mile* from Estacada
Cars leave Estacada for Port- j
62 acres, 35 cultivated, 3 # acre
orchard mostly Italian prunes, some
apples, berries and other fruit; a
7:22, 9:22, 1 1 22: A. M. and
dryer, good house, barn, granary
1:22, 3:52, 6:22, 9 :15 P. M.
and other buildings. 6 head cattle,
Cars leave Portland for Esta- ]
26 acres crop, 15 acres clover, and
a half interest in horses and mach
7: 15, 9 :15, 1 1 : 1 5 A. M. and ] ine. On good road, one mile from
1 : 1 5 . 3 4 5 . 6 : 1 5 , 7 : 2 5 P . M . j p. o. store and school. $3,500.^
See or write
Way freight leaves Estacada
in the morning, daily except i
Sun. returning in the evening. ■
The News, Estacada, Ore *
Freight also leaves Portland !
in the morning goes to Caza- ,
1 dero and returns to Portland !
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Attorneys at Law
JW ^ N ortary Public, General Law
Practice, Mortgages foreclosed, A b
Livery, Feed & Sale
M O N EY LO A N E D
3 & 4, ANDKESEN BED.
O reg o n C it y
JO N E S
PRO PRIETO R
Good rigs and careful drivers always
Mortgages for Sale
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Real Estate Bargians
Notice for Publication
Land office at Portland. Oregon. May 9, 1908.
Notice is hereby given that Colby Mars»on of
C herryvilie. Oregon, who, on June. 13, 1903, mado
homestead entry No. 14960, for Northwest Quarter
Section 32. township 2 south, range 6 east. W illam
ette Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to mako
final five year proof to establish claim to the land a-
bove described before the register and receiver at
Portland. Oregon, on the 22 day of June, 1908.
Claimant names as witnesses:
David W . Douglas of Cherryvilie, Oregon
W illiam O. Rugh of
John R . Maronay of
G eorge Eden of
Algernon S . Dresser, R egister.
Notice for Publication
O reg o n
$500 5 vearsv time, 6 pr. cent.
$2000 3 “
Also private money to loan on
terms and in amounts to suit bor
rower. Certificates of deposit on Or
egon City Banks taken in exchange
for first lien real estate mortgages.
Call, write or phone
JO H N W. LO D E R ,
Attorney at Law & Abstractor of
Land Titles, Oregon City, Oregon
In the Famous Springwater Country
K S T A C A D A -P O R T IA N »
Main offices of the company: 132 1-2
First St. Portland, Oregon.
SPECIAL A TT E N T IO N
Hunting ami Fishing Parties
WOOD & LUMBER
Local and Long Distance Telephone
U . S . Land office at Portland, Oregon. May 6th,
1908. Notice is hereby given that G eorge L . Eaden
of Cherryvilie. Oregon, who, on June 11th. 1903.
made homestead entry No. 14958 for Southwest
Quarter Section 32, township 2 south, ranga 6 east.
W illam ette meridian, has filed notice of intention to
make final fiv e year proof to establish claim to the
land above described, before the register and receiv
er U. S. Land office at Portland, Oregon, on the 22
day of June, 1908.
Claimant names as witnesses:
David W , Douglas of Cherryvilie, Oregon
W illiam O. Rugh of
John R . Maronay of
Colby Marston of
Algernon S Dresser. R egister
A. M. SHIBLEY
SPRIN G W A TER
Briug in your printing.
“ Nebraska Tom”
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, I j 4 miles southwest of
D ESCRIPTIO N
“ Nebraska Tom " is comings years
old; is bright bay; weighs 1750; 7-8
Clydesdale; heavy boned, and good
style and good action.
TER M S
G.. C. DALLAS, Owner
you do not, you should take
in A Co»
The Estacada News, $1.
IN S P R IN G W A T E R L A N D S E E
The railway company b «V J cor.-
aented to rtia a special fruit car on
this line during the berry season.
HENRY V. ADIX, M. D.
Dr. J . V. SCO TT, *
Vote of Clackamas County A s Returned by the O fficial To insure mare to l>e in foal $ 10 due
Estacada is furnishing her share
when mare is known to be in foal.
of June brides. Miss Martha Sag-
Count, Showing the Total on Each Measure
Siugle service $5 cash.
ner and Mr. Fred Johann of Aurora
and the Candidates
w itli or removing mare from county
were married in Estacada on June
will be counted as foal. Mares must
9th. The wedding took place in
be returned and retried at proper
time or will be counted in foal
Oddfellow hall by Rev. Heffner of
Cure will be taken to prevent accidents,
Portland, in the presence of a large
This is the way the county voted ter 823
but will not be responsible should any
concourse of relatives and friends. at the election held on June 4:
Coroner- Myers 2207, Emil 368,
The hall and home were decorated
U. S. Senator—Amos 192, Cake Holeinan 2583
for the occasion. An elaborate din 2132, Chamberlain 2666, Cooper
Superintendent Gary 3340, Gray
ner was served, and in the evening »58
dancing took place. Mr. and Mrs.
Congressman—Hawley 3363, Sta-
Assessor—Jack 2694, Moody 2,-
Johaun left on the morning train ver 230, Richards 444, Whitney 223, Park 352
on a wedding trip. They will live
Surveyor— Hungate 4157
on their farm near Aurora.
Supreme Judge Bean 4 0 33 ;Brix
University—Y e s 1216, no 2812
555 . Bright 412
Woman suffrage— Yes 1661, no
Dairy & Food Commissioner— 2929
Cazadero Fish Hatchery
Bailey 3127, Emery 1458, Hoskins
High school—Yes 1634, no 2853 We are equipped to manufacture
Reddy amendment Yes 18 2 1, no from 40,000 to 50,000 of the best
Railroad commissioner—Robert J 5«7
Cedar Shingles each day, and will
Excellent results are being ac
son 1700, Campbell 3225.
Siugle tax - Y es 115 3 , no 3384
deliver them in Estacada at
complished at the state's fish hatch
District Attorney—Tongue 3750,
Fish hills— Y 210 5 , no 2069; Yes
ery on the Clackamas river three
Or the purchaser can get them at
2353, no 1 71 1
miles above Estacada.
Joint Representative— McArthur
Armory Y es 1248, no 3080
tendent E. C. Greenmail, who has
2532, Wilson 1769, Paget 399, Mc
Senators to be instructed Yes 44-
charge of the operations at the new Henry 421
I When wanting shingles examine
22, no 902
plant, is much encouraged over the
Representatives Campbell 30c»,
Scattering institutions: Y es 1528, these. Orders filled promptly
prospects for a good year's work.
Dimick 3208, Jones 3184, Heylman no 2120
A t present they have about 350,000
1138, Robbins 1803, Young 1077,
Increase pay leg. Yes 1248, no
Steelhead eggs in the pans which
Coleman 414, Stark 469, Thomas 2679
are in fine shape.
It is believed 428
More judges: Yes 1248, no 2679
that the hatch will be made with
-P R O P R IE T O R -
Commissioner — Mat toon
Flection in Nov. Y es 3396, no
Estacada Agent—A . Morrow
about a loss of onfy iH Dfc which is
Smith 2163, Spangler 381
better than usual; the loss tisoally
Passes: Yes 1 1 1 9, no 3046
is 25 %. The run of Steelhead will
« 0 Y E A H »’
3018, Hilton 3 12
Recall: Yes 2748, no 13 10
EX PERIEN CE
end this week. Chinook are begin
Clerk—Greenmail 3900, Ginther
Proportional Rep. Yes 3404, no
ning to come up in good numbers,
and work of securing the eggs will
Hood River county: Ves 1920,
Recorder — Ramsby 3349, Heerdt
begin at once. This is a good fish
1260, Howard 496
year, and results which will be ac
Prohibition: Yes 2437, no 2606
Treasurer—Paddock 3938, Splin-
Milwaukie: Wet 316, dry 217
complished at this little station will
O m om
e a n iM M Tiâ e .
be'very good compared with the
AiiTnn» *»n.Un* A»k«4»h and AaMrlMlMi » a ,
qntckly MCftrtaln our o|»*nk>« froojwhother •«»
expense to the state of maintaining
In vent ton to rrofeftblf---------
on Pat put*
«1<tot agone?, fo r j
H U i»*r«l~1 » • » * ! » . I » r « • #
Term s, $3 ft
f o « r toc-ut»#, $ L 8 l »I4 by a llne w w lfe to c ft
eolation of an? «rlefM-Hle JmimnL
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R E S T O R A T I O N T O E N T R Y O F L A N D S IN
Notice is hereby given that
the lands described below, embracing 1 OOacres. w ith
in the Cascade National Forest, Oregon, will be sub
ject to settlement and entry under the provisions of
the homestead laws of the United States and the act
of June 11, 1906 (3 4 Stat., 233), at the United
States land office at Portland, Oregon, on July 14,
1908. Any settler who has actually and in good faith
claim ing ftriy of said lands for agricultural purposes
prior to January 1. 1906, and has not abandonded
same, has a preference right to make a homestead en
try for the lands actually occupied. Said lands w ere
listed upon the applications of the persons mentioned
below, who have preference right subject to the prior
right of any such settler, provided such settler or ap
plicant is qualified to make homestead entry and the
preference right is exercised prior to July 14, 1 908,
on whiph date the lands will be subject to settlement
and entry by any qualified person. T h e lands are as
fo llo w s W « of SEH of N E t f the S W « of N E t f. and
the S E K of N W K , Ssc. 12. T . 3. S . R . 7 E. W . m.
listed upon the application of John S . Malcomson. No
189, 17th St. South Portland, Oregon.
F R E D D E N N E T T , Commissioner ofthe
General Land O ffice.
Approved A pril 21,
1908. F R A N K P IE R C E . First Assistant Secretary
of the Interior.
Timbealand Act, June 3. 1878
Notice for Publication
Land O ffice at Portland, Oregon. May
Notice is hereby given that in com] lianca with the
provisions of the act of Congress of Jun« 3, 1878
entitled “ An act for the sale of timber lands in the
states of California, Oregon, Nevada, and W ashing
ton territory,” as extended to all the public land states
by act of August 4, 1892, Stephen N. C reech of Port
land, county of Multnomah, state of Oregon ha
this day filed In this office his sworn statement N o
7750 for the purchase of the Northwest Quarter [ # ]
of Saction Eight (8 ) in
township 5 South, range
No. 4 East,
proof to show
that the land »ought is more valuable for its timber
or stone than for agricultural purposes and to estab
lish his claim to said land before the register and re
ceiver at Portland, Oregon, on Friday the 24 day of
He names as witnesses:
H. A . Hostetter of P°rtland, Oregon
K . C . Staples of
W . L . Snyder of
Bruce W olverton of
A n y and all persona claim ing adversely the above
described lands are requested to file their claims in
this office on or before said 24 day of July, 1908
Algernon S Dresser. R egister.
It is necessary, almost, foi business men to
have. Print d stationery is a convenience,
a recommend, and it is better and just as
cheap as Inlying store stationery, a little at
The News prints all kinds of
S TA TIO N E R Y
And would be pleased to print yours
The Estacada News
Danger of Appeals
To the Mob Spirit.
B y Form er G o v ern o r F R A N K S. B L A C K o f N e w Y o rk .
y T T H O E V E R
AROUSES T H E
M OB O R T H H
MOB S P IR IT
P L A Y S W I T H F IR E .
H E M A Y N O T H IM S E L F BE B U R N -
ED, B U T O T H E R S W I L L .
I T IS S E L D O M T H A T A N I N -
' w ’ ' w 'w
C E N D I A R Y IS H I M S E L F B U R N E D OR L O S E S A N Y T H I N G
IN T H E F L A M E S , B U T T H E I N C E N D I A R Y IS IN A C L A S S
FAR HIG H ER T H A N T H E DEMAGOGUE.
ONE DESTROYS O N LY
P R O P E R TY A N D O C C A S IO N A LL Y A H U M A N LIFE, W H IL E T H E
O T H E R U N D E R M IN ES SO C IE TY ITSELF, ARRAYS CLA8S A G A IN S T
C LA S S ,
8TIM U LA TE 8
PASSIONS, W H I C H IN F U L L S W I N G M A Y B R IN G T H E G O V E R N
M E N T I T S E L F T O ITS KN EES.
The one sets fire3 that lie may gather B O O T Y ; the other arouses
popular distrust that he may retain or acquire P O W E R . No case has
ever arisen in the world where a so called reform was
proposed which would injure the man who pro
In the county court of the State of
W a seem now to have subjugated or at least
Oregon r for the County of Clackamas
to have set aside our O L D T I M E R U L E S O F
George W. Bowdish, Plaintiff,
L A W A N D R E A S O N A N D J U S T I C E and to
have summoned to our scats of power the baser at
Orrie Bowdish, Hallie Bow dish and Ada-
line Sherlock, Defendants.
tributes more easily aroused, but harder to subdue.
To Orrie Bowdish, Ilallie Bowdish and
The policeman never had so little authority in a crowd as he has
Adaline Sherlock, the above named de
today. Our courts of law, the most complete development of civilized
In the name of the State of Oregon, society, n shield to the lowly, a check to the proud, are viewed with
you are hereby required to appear and | gradually D IM IN IS H IN G R E S P E C T A N D T E A R by those who
answer the complaint filed against you
without the courts would l>o a menace to the state.
in the above entiled suit on or before the !
And this spirit is often fostered and encouraged by those who are
27th day of June, 1908, said date being
the expiration of six weeks from the first chosen and SW O R N to administer the laws.
publication of this snmmons, and if you
a a a
fail to so appear and answer, for want
thereof the plaintiff will apply to the
T H E IDEAS NO W M O S T PO P U LA R A R E A LS O M O S T D A N G E R
court for the relief prayed for in plain OUS.
T H E C L A M O R IS F C R T H E
LIM ITA TIO N OF F O R TU N ES ,
tiff’s complaint, to-wit:
F O R G E TTIN G T H A T T H A T ALSO M EANS T H E L IM ITA TIO N O F IN
To quiet title to the following describ D U S T R Y ! F OR T H E C U R T A I L M E N T O F T H E P O W E R O F T H E
ed premises, The W 1-2 of the D. L . C.
COURTS, F O R G E TTIN G T H A T T H A T M EANS D E A T H T O T H E F R E E
of Josiali Garlets and wife in sections 15
DOM O F T H E
IN D IV ID U A L!
FOR T H E E Q U A L I T Y O F M E N BY
and 16 in T. 4 S. R . 4 E. of the W. M.
containing 160 acres more or less, save A R B I T R A R Y R U L E . F O R G E T T I N G T H A T T H I S M E A N S T O C L O Q
and except 50 acres off of the North side T H E I N D U S T R I O U S A N D H E L P T H E L A Z Y .
of said W i- l heretofore conveyed to
I lie people when they try can raze everything to the ground.
Lodema Ann Keller by E . D. Bowdish
T H E Y M A Y UN M A R K O R R E M A K E T H E I R C O N S T IT U
and Deliliah Bowdish as shown by deed
recorded at page 268 Vol. 29 Record of T IO N . They may, if they like, abolish their courts and legislatures
Deeds for Clackamas county. Oregon.
and take the reins of government directly in their own hands.
This summons is published by order of
1 liis means REN O I.l T IO N , but are there'no precedents fo r
the Hon. Thoft. A. McBride, judge of the
above entitled court, which order was
Is there any prophet abroad in these days who can say H O W
made and entered on the 9U1 day of May,
F A R the people would go in their present temper)
U’RF.N & SCH UH BEL.
Attorneys (or Plainu£f.