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P U B L IS H E D ' T H U R SD A Y
M O R N IN G
H. A. W ILLIAM S
Entered et the poMOfftce In Estacada. Orejón, as
second class mail
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Thursday, July 16, 1908
The rains have been the means
of saving many timber claims from
being burned over.
There are in the State of Oregon,
according to the last report of the
state bank examiner, 195 banks.
The other day a passenger on a
St John car suddenly became dumb.
Evidently very few sensitive people
ride on the St John cars.
It isn’t every country village that
has such a great drawing card as
has Lincoln, Nebraska. Wise men
from all directions are on a pilgrim
age to the place.
One way towards helping to make
your town have a neat appearance
is to be careful about the rubbish
you have to dispose of. Don’ t put
it in the alley or on some adjoining
property to become an eye sore and
a disease germ spreader.
or have it hauled out to the garbage
Every man has his idea of what
political bossism is. Here is a little
of what Boss Guffey of Pennsylvan
ia, a democrat, has to say of Bryan:
“ A boss of the most tyrannous and
proscriptive sort, he has made it his
business to threaten with destruc
tion every man who ventures to ob
ject to the Bryan monopoly of tin-
party. ” Guffey had to take a back
seat, and that is the trouble. Bryan
would have none of Guffey’s guff.
A R A C E PRO BLEM
If an elephant takes two paces to
the mule’ s three leaps and one pace
of the elephant equals two leaps of
the mules, how far apart will they
be on Nov. 4th next, and which
will be in the lead? Answer to ap
pear in issue of Nov. 5th.
man on the mule has been in the
race before. Contributed.
Those who have met and heard
Rev. B. F. Rowland preach in Es-
tacada when he was presiding elder
of this district will lie interested in
the following, taken from the Paci
fic Christian Advocate of Ju ly 8
“ The Rev. Dr. B Rowland, wife
and son, have been having some
thrilling experiences in Ohio. We
take the following from the paper
of Freeport, Ohio, of June 24th
Last Friday evening as Rev. B. F.
Rowland, wi*e and son, Raymond,
were out driving, they had a thrill
ing experience by lieing caught in a
cyclone when going up the hill near
the residence of W. L . Rowland,
two miles southeast of Freeport.
They stopped the buggy and Mrs.
Rowland laid down beside the hedge
fence, while Mr. Rowland held the
horse. Ahead of them four trees
fell across the road, one of them
within a few feet of the horse and
Fuggy. The air was full of flying
limbs, while just over in a field an
old barn was being scattered about.
They were badly frightened. Rev.
Rowland and family reside in Port
land, .Oregon.’ ’
have Moved Here
The Western Banking Company
has recently sold to the Kern Park ; |
By our Wayside Reporter 4
Clyde Schock is running Boner’ s
all to be shipped out of Ivstacada
stand this week.
and Morrow station.
William Palmateer came aver from
J. A. Reid and family drove over
Tuesday, Road Overseer D. M. Douglas last week to meet his wife
to Uncle James Gibson’ s last Sun
Marshall of the Garfield district re who was at her father, James G ib
ceived a rock crusher for use in his son's They returned home Mon
Traffic Agent W. P. Mulchay of
district. It was sent over by the day. Mrs. Palmateer had been at
the P. R. L & P. Co., was in the
The ma Forest Grove for several weeks.
chine is of 150 yards capacity when [ Walter Lemon, Bulger Crigbaum
Miss Enola Oakley, of Ballard, worked at full force. Rock on the
arrived here last Saturday.
She Galloway place will be used for road and J. Patterson went up into the
is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. W. purposes. It is likely the crusher hills near Roaring River for a pleas
ure trip; they expect to stay alxnit
Reed, and the family.
will remain in this neighborhood.
Mrs. Edward Francis and Miss
Win. Porter, R. G. Palmateer.
Nona Heckinger of Portland, are Have Moved Into Larger and and Curtis Wilcox each have taken
visiting at the home of Everett Mil
a party of men into the mount lius.
ler, Mrs. Francis’ brother.
Henry Boen has moved his fam
E. F. Riley and Frank B. Riley,
Childrens’ Day exercises will lie of Portland, the proprietors of the ily on a place neat Fauton’ s shin
held next Sunday morning directly Clackamas Title Company, have gle mill.
Oral Palmateer is visiting his
after Sunday school. All are in moved their offices from their old
Mrs. Nancy Shank-
vited to attend.
location in the Chamber of Com
Two lots 100 by 100 feet, house merce building, Portland, to much
Mrs. Effie Jones is over from-
and all outbuildings, well, fenced; ; larger quarters, rooms 509-10 11 in
on a visit to her mother
only $ 3 75. Easy terms. A bargain
Sr., and his son are well known to
Bank o f Ivstacada
J. J. Davis is taking a load of
1 great numbers of Clackamas county
residents, and visitors to the City supplies up the Clackamas river for
Bridge Nearly Finished
' are always welcome at their offices. Dupt. U. S. Surveyor S. E . Gordon
LO C A L N E W S
Olds & Reed have the new bridge
at this point about completed. The
job of painting it has been sublet to
Mr. Mohler of Oregon City, and the
shingling and enclosure work is I ic
ing done by a Portland firm. The
people have been passing on the
bridge since the Fourth, although
real heavy loads have not been per
mitted to go across. The bridgq is
going to be one of the very best of
its kind in Clackamas county.
New Generator Arrives
The new generator ordered by
the P. R L. & P- Co. from the
manufacturers at Schenectady, to
put in the power station near here
arrived here Tuesday evening. It
will be put up at once, and will be
in operation by August 1.
generators will lie running by Oct.
1, and the plant will then be of the
same capacity as before its destruc
tion three weeks ago. The machin
ery just arrived from the P'ast filled
four cars, and came thru by fast
freight, making the trip in 14 days.
Doctor’s New Building
The frame of the new building of
I)r. II. V’ . Adix is up and work on
it is well under way. The building
which is of the bungalow pattern
will have twelve rooms all on the
ground floor, several of them will
be used as the doctor’s professional
suite. The main part- on the east
side will lie their living apartments.
There will be no upstairs. A fire
place is being built in the large liv
The building will be
fitted throughout with all the con
Program for Children’s Day
A view in the harbor of Portland on the Willamette river, near where the Portland
HENRY V . ADIX, M. D.
• Railw ay Light & Power Company is building a large freight warehouse
Physician aud Surgeon
* * * * *
“ Our Song of Praise”
School O ffice a n d re s id e n c e , u p s ta irs in t h e E s
t a c a d a P h a r m a c y l’. u ild in g
E n t r a n c e b e tw e e n d r u g s to re a n d S p a r k s
s to r e , o n B r o a d w a y
Local and Long Distance Telephone
Rec. “ Cluster of Violets’ ’
T h e d o c t o r ' s p h o n e c a n h e c o n n e c te d |
Intermediate Class w i t h y o n r h o m e p h o n e a t n i g h t i f r e
“ The Natural Boy”
Zelca Coop q u e s te d . O n e lo n g rin g .
"W hat They Stood F o r”
“ Giving to Jesus” Minerva Page
We are now prepared to furnish
“ A Clean Heart”
Solo and Cho you with sewing machine needles &
shuttles for any sewing machine
“ Strewing Blossoms”
Interme , made in the United States. These
are made by the Boye Needle Co. of
“ Keep on Doing”
Mary Parou- Chicago, and are pnt up in nice,
clean tubes, and everyone is guar
"W aking Thoughts”
Mary Dale anteed to be true. Call and see them
School and also the needle threader with
S H I N G L E S
We are equipped to manufacture
from 40,000 to 50,000 of the best
Cellar Shingles each day, and will
deliver them in Estacada at
TO OUR TRADE
Trespass notices printed on good
An unruly mare in answer to <>
cloth at The News shop; 10c, three
tray notice, light bay, weight 1.00,
scar on both shoulders; was seen
For sale—Two fine residence lots first about Mch 15 or 20; branded
on Main St. at top of grade, 100 x on left hip, 4 black points, small
star in forehead, had 3 shoes on, a
100, $17 5 . Bank of Estacada.
small white strip next hoof of right
Two lots 100 by 100 feet with hind foot, right ear split, has wire
house and outbuildings for sale on marks on breast. Owner can have
easy terms, or will trade for team same by paying charges.
and wagon. A. B. Dean, F'stacada
Inquiries answered at The News
O. W. P. & Ry.
Cars leave Estacada for Port
7:22, 9:22, 1122: A. M. and
1:22, 3:52, 6:22, 9:15 P. M.
Cars leave Portland for Esta
7 : 1 5 , 9 : 1 5 , 1 1 : 1 5 A. M. and
1: 15, 3:45, 6:15, 7:25 P. M.
Way freight leaves Estacada
in the morning, daily except
Sun. returning in the evening.
Mrs. C. B. Smith and son, Sitn,
Thore are few middle class American families whose dress and
have liven out at the old home at
of living do not represent larger bank accounts than they possess.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. W ilcox's the
of the upper entases r.re giving themselves over to personal
past two weeks.
STRUGGLES FOR SOCIAL PRE-EMINENCE
Will Cunningham has decided to
sacrament of bridge whist.” Child bearing ia left
move to Camas, Wash, where he
| largely to the poorer classes.
will open a saloon.
Tho women of today, here in America are rushing into an IN
Conductor R. C. Reed and wife
vn'-iety of today bolds a damning
are enjoy mg an outing in camp on TEMPERATE ZONE, an 1
I brief aguin.-d them.
- tz a
Tlmberland Act. June 3. 1 8 7 8
Freight also leaves Portland
in the morning goes to Caza
dero and returns to Portland
It is necessary, almost, foi business men to
have. Printed stationery is a convenience,
a recommend, and it is letter and just as
cheap as buying store stationery, a little at
The News prints all kinds of
Farm for Sale
Michael Arquette of
Algernon S. Dresser. Register.
E S T A C A D A -P O R T L A N D
A show case, counters, shelving,
Going anywhere? Going to trav heater, stove pipe etc. for sale at
el? If yon are, you will need either very reasonable prices, at this print
a trunk, suit case or teleseojie.- We ing office.
have a new supply of these goods.
Also, shawl straps, Etc. Etc.— H.
Cooper & Co.
A notice was made in our last is
sue of the sale by the Estacada State
Bank of a ten acre tract of land to
S. A. Gorrell.
The land borders
on the west of town, and is partly
cleared. Mr. Gorrell is an Oregon
ian and has lived in the stale many
years. He has been over the state
considerable and knows it pretty
well, and com hided this is about as T h e C r i m i n a l C l a s s I s G r o w i n g .
B y W I L L I A M I. T H O M A S , A u l d i n l P r o fe s s o r o f S o c io lo g y . U m v c r s lt y
good as any of it. Mr. Gorrell has
o f C h icag o .
secured of W. H. Wade a right to
H E IN 8 A N E A N D H A B IT U A L C R IM IN A L C L A S S E S IN A M E R IC A
the use of water from the brook that
A R E IN C R E A S IN G M O R E R A P ID L Y T H A N T H E N O R M A L
flows through the Wade place for
P O P U L A T IO N . IN T H E M O R E I N T E L L I G E N T C L A S S E S T H E
irrigation purposes. Mr. and Mrs.
B IR T H R A T E IS L O W E R T H A N T H E D E A T H R A T E .
Gorrell have already moved hereatid
This, which means 11APID RACE DETERIORATION, makes
will camp out while a new home is
tho question of white or yellow supremacy in the near future a
in course of construction.
T IM E CARD
wanting shingles examine
Orders filled promptly ,
which any person can thread a nee
The Bank of Estacada is prepared
dle in the dark.
If you don’ t be
to take care of all kinds of legal
lieve it, come and see.
Settlement of estates
In the Famous Springwater Country
3 m ile s fr o m E s ta c a d a
W. A. Hey 1 man
A. N. Johnson
62 acres, 35 cultivated, 3 acre
A communication from J. Storm-
orchard mostly Italian prunes, some
er was presented to the board noti
apples, berries and other" fruit; a
fying the city of his withdrawal as
dryer, good house, barn, granary
Ordinance Introduced— Bonds
a bondsman for the city treasurer.
I and other buildings. 6 head cattle, '
Rejected— Resignation A c
A new bond was presented with J.
I 26 acres crop, 15 acres clover, and
W. Reed and Geo. Estes as sureties
cepted— Bills Paid
a half interest in horses and inach- i
but it was not accepted liecause the
ine. On good road, one mile from
; sureties had failed to justify.
p. o. store and school.
New Councilman Appointed ordinance was introduced and given
See or write
ns first reading changing the meet
ings of the board from every two
The lionrd of councilmen met in weeks to once a month. The ordi
the mayor’s office Tuesday evening nance also razed the dignity of the
Notice for Publication
Land office at Portland. Oraron. July 1 1. 19 0 8 .
and transacted business for the peo city clerk by lowering his salary j i Notice
Is hereby riven that Hezekiah E. Carr of
ple of Ivstacada. Councilmen Dale, from $ 10 to $5 a month. Council j Colton. Oraron, who. on October I I. 1 9 0 1 . made
Howe, Surface and Lovelace, Ma man John F. Lovelace presented the ' homestead entry No. 1 3 8 9 0 , serial 1 3 0 4 9 for SH
ne1-» & n e ^ n e\ S ec 14. town 5 south, range 3 east,
yor Heyhnan, and Recorder John name of John Page for councilman j Willamette Meridian, la s filed notice of intention to
son were present. The minutes of to fill out the full numlier which maketlnal five year proof to establish claim to the
landabove described before the register and receiver
the previous meeting were approved should lie on the board. Mr. Page at Portland. Oregon, on the 2 0 cay of Aug. 19 0 8 .
ami the following bills paid—
t was appointed.
On motion the Claimant names as witnesses.
John Arquette of
Oliver Lafferty of
Or the purchaser cau get them at
M a in o ffic e s o f t h e c o m p a n y : 132
F i r s t S t . P o r t la n d , O re g o n .
Notice for Publication
And would lie pleased to print yours
The Estacada News
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/*• E X P E R IE N C E
Department ofxthe Interior, U. S .
Land office at Portland. Oregon. Ju n e 10 , 190 8.
Notice is hereby given that George A. Bigelow of
Portland, Oregon, who, on Ju n e 10. 1 9 08, made
! tim ber land application No. 7781 for W e s t o f North
w est % of section 2 0 , Township 5 S , R ange 4 E of
| W illam ette M eridian, has filed notice cf Intention to
m ake final proof to establish claim to land above de*-
scribed. bofope the re g ister &, receiver at Portland.
Oregon, on the 26th day of August. 1908.
Claim ant nam es as w itn esses:
C harles Bcnbcw. E. T urney. George Turney and
1 C . E. Mack ail of Portland. Oregon.
Algernon S . D resser. R eg ister
J18 -A 2 0
Livery, Feed & Sale
Notice of Final Settlement
STA B LE
N o tic e is h e r e b y g i v e n t h a t t h e u n d e r
s ig n e d , a d m i n i s t r a t o r o f t h e E s ta te o f
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WOOD & LU M 8LK
L o c a l a n il L o n g D is ta n c e T e le p h o n e
Notice for Publication
Land Office st Portland. Oregon. May 4. 19 0 8 .
Notice Is hereby given that in compliance with the
1 provisions of the act of Concrete of ja n e 3. 1 878
entitled Anact for the safe of timber lards in the)
F O R
states of California. Oregon, Nevada, and Washing- I
ten territory." as extended to all the public land states
by act of August 4. 1 892 Staphen N. Cregch of Port 1
land, county o< MuRncmah. state of Oregon has j
this day filed In this office his fwern statement No j
IN S P R IN G W A T E R L A N D S E E
, 77 50 for the purchase of the Northwest Quartdr Ifc! ,
of Section Eight (8) in township 5 South, range |
No. 4 East, and will offer proof to show j
that the iand sought is more valuable for its timber j
or stone than for agricultural purpetes and to estab SPRINGWATER
Real Estate Bargians
A. M. SHIBLEY
lish his claim to said land before the register and re
ceiver at Portland. Oregon, on Friday the 24 day of
July. 1908. He names as witnesses:
H. A. Hostetter if Poniard Oregon
K. C. Staples of
W. L. Snyder of
Bruce Wolverronof " *'
Any and all persons c Aiming adversely *•»».' - e
iearribwt lesdtare re , » ¡n i r tilo the*.' o t r j i r .
this office on or before said 24 day of Ju y 1 70S
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