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P U B L IS H E D
M O R N IN G
Blown Up by Dyna
HFNRY V. ADIX, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Those wanting to have their teeth
Office and residence, up stairs in the Es
attended to should remember tin t
tacada Pharmacy Building
Dr. Tate, dentist, is in Estacada
Entrance between drug store and Sparks
on Friday and Saturday of each
store, on Broadway
Nels Booden, a farmer residing a
Local and Long Distance Telephone
Receiver Thos. C. Devlin, of the mile north of Boring killed himself!
The doctor’s phone can lie connected
Oregon Trust & Savings Bank, was at 4 o’clock Monday afternoon by
with your home phone at night if re
out here last week on a pleasure exploding dynamite.
quested. One long ring.
Boodeen was about 45 years old,
was very much of a recluse. He
County Commissioners Mattoon
and Lewcllen were out inspecting was a widower and lived with his
A show case, counters, shelving,
the new Eagle creek falls bridge on daughter, with whom he has recent heater, stove pipe etc. for sale at
ly had some serious trouble, and 011
last Saturday the daughter went to very reasonable prices, at this print
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Reed and a Oregon City to see a lawyer with a ing office.
number of old friends from the East view of having the home property
took dinner at the Hotel Estacada divided, and leaving her father.
Notice for Publication
office at Portland. Oregon. July 11, 1908.
Monday afternoon the young lady Land
hereby given that Hezekiah E. Carr of
Richard G itlim ; has gone up heard a terrific explosion out near Colton. Oregon, who, on October 11. 1901, made
homestead entry No. 13890, serial 13049 for SJ4
into the mountains to fight Govern the barn, and believing that her fa reH
& neKne^Sec 14, town 5 south, range 3 east.
Meridian, has filed notice of intention to
makefinal five year proof to establish claim to the
a neighbor’s, about a half mile dis landabove described before the register and receiver
Frank Linn has come up from
Portland, Oregon, on the 20 day of Aug. 1908.
Oregon City to help his brother tant, and upon their return to the at Claimant
names as witnesses:
place found that hersuspicions were
John Arquette of
Tim at the sawmill.
He had blown himself up
Oliver Lafferty of
John Reid and family attended with dynamite out behind his own
Michael Arquette of
the funeral of Mrs. Marvel at Eagle barn.
Algernon S. Dresser, Register.
Boodeen moved into the neigh
Sim Smith is enjoying himself borhood three years ago.
Notice foe Publication
an eccentric, and it is understood
with the old folks at Garfield.
Department of the Interior, D. S. land
office at Portland, Oregon, July 27, 1908.
Voyal Dick with some Portland that he often threatened to take his Notice is hereby given that Charles B.
friends went out on a hunting trip
Brown of Portland, Oregon, who, on Ju
ly 27, 1908, made timber and stone App.
Mrs. Nufus, daughter Rebecca,
No. 0160 for the west half of Northwest
Forest Ranger H. R. Wilcox and sister, Lottie Feldman are vis quarter section 20, township 5 south, of
came down Monday and reported iting Mrs. J. A. Reid on Estacada range 4 east, Willamette meridian has
large forest fires on the summit.
filed notice of intention to make final
H. A. WILLIAMS
Entered at the postoffice in Estacada, Oregon, as
second class mail
SUBSCRIPTIO N RATES
One rear.«......................... - ............ — $» 00
L O C A L NEW S
Thursday, August 6, 1908
Every few days someone passes
through the country looking for
fruit land. Most of these prospec
tive buyers are wanting Apple land
either for themselves or for some
compauy. The laud around Esta
cada is getting to be recognized as
especially adapted to apple raising,
and many are buying it for that
One of the government’s revenue
inspectors was in the city Monday.
It seems that the government had
been advised through letter by “ A
Citizen” that liquor was being sold
illegally here, and his visit out here
was for the purpose of investigating
the charge. He found that the law
was being observed very closely by
those places where liquor had form
erly been sold.
We are in receipt of the annual
catalogue of the Oregon Agricultur
al College at Corvallis. The Look
is published by the college and con
tains 238 pages of information con
cerning the school.
numerous beautiful photographs of
the college buildings, grounds, life,
work and homes of the students.
Each course and department in the
college is given thorough mention.
The report shows that the school is
a great credit to the great State of
Miss Nan Cochrane lias taken a
position with the Oregon City En
Offers collegiate courses in A gri terprise.
culture, including Agronomy, Hor
ticulture, Animal Husbandry, Dai
ry Husbandry, etc.; Forestry, Do
TO O UR TRADE
mestic Science and Art; Mechanical
Electrical Civil and Mining Engi
neer; Commerce; Pharmacy.
We are now prepared to furnish
Offers elementary courses in A g you with sewing machine needles it
riculture, Forestry, Domestic Sci shuttfes for any sewing machine
ence and Art, Commerce and Me made in the United States.
chanic Arts, including forge work, are made by the Boye Needle Co. of
cabinet making, steam fitting ma Chicago, and are pnt up in nice,
chine work, plumbing, etc.
clean tubes, and everyone is guar
Strong faculty, modern equip anteed to be true. Call and see them
ment; free tuition; opens Sept. 25. and also the needle threader with
Illustrated catalog with full infor which any person can thread a nee
mation on application to the Regis dle in the dark.
If you don’t be
lieve it, come and see.
Everybody has a cordial invita
tion to attend next Sunday’s church
services at Estacada in the morning
at Zion in the afternoon, and at
Currinsville in the evening.
to brin g us vour printing
ALL GOOD THINGS
mu3t w in upon their**
merita. The Internationa 1 jj
D ic tio n a r y has v/on a
greater distinction upon
its merits and is in more
general use than any other-
Or the purchaser can get them at
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Estacada Agent— A. Morrow
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!! Cars leave Portland for Ksta- i !
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work o f its kind in the
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Itati In *«»< 111 w ork. but
h.»t fc v r o ì
ir- e . - f i n t e d i «oh smf« r.
The country east of Estacada has ustrotiM
A Mipi h*» i nt 10 ti.e i»« vr «''fitta li hus
hroujrh: l» fu llv wfM*' «1
p o n.-eel a large quantity of straw-
l<N'Uinv :hrt*»|jrhlue ‘a tto r » u h t i *\ll <<r
«*f a e t » » i r n t r t i* j
tjerriis this year. The quality w is th« «luiiH..., ì „*
very good, and as usual the !>crries j
were in good demand. They always i
T H E C K A rtD P ’ . I T C
Ohe Mjfhoa? «w ord) wnm pris UT. t » t %
reached market in fine cca lu io i. 1 tcmatlouul
nt tho WurMii 1 — , r .. L o c a
H I). Trapp shipped 155 crates
P«* b t "A Teet la P roc:^ ¿Jor," ir.. |
from a quarter of an acre.
(• tr i* ì l i o i.i «l «'.• «• i a itili t.r
f li e v. hu k f.iinily. Aiso
W. H. Holder shipptd 316 crates I for
lltn»trt;t«**| j a u,» it*f.
from one aud an eighth acres.
G. & C . VZRiìlAM C O .
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Walter Snuffin shipped 360 crates
ÇPRm erSLD , M a sc .
from 2 3-4 acres.
- W ay freight leaves Estacada
•■ .in the morning, daily except
• 1 Sun. returning in the evening.
! Freight also leaves Portland
!! in the morning goes to Caza-
' J dero and returns to Portland
Cooper & Company
It is necessary, almost, for business men to
have. Printed stationery is a convenience,
a recommend, and it is better and just as
cheap as buying store stationery, a little at
The i,i\vs prints all kinds of
tion and Estacada’s School
Notice of final Settlement
Notice is nerebv given that the under
signed, executor of the estate of Wilhelm
Ott, deceased, has filed in the County-
Court of Clackamas county, state of Ore
gon, his final account as such executor*
and that Monday, the 24th day of Aug
ust, 1908,. at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m_
has been fixed by said court as the time
ior hearing of objections to said report
and the final settlement thereof.
T rade M a r k s
D e sig n s
C o p y r ig h t s A c -
JO N E S
Good rigs and careful drivers always
Hunting and Wishing Parties
Anyone sending a sketch ami description may
quickly ascertain our opinion free wliotlier an
invention is probably patentable. C.miiuiinlc».
tlonsRt: let ly confidential. HANDBOOK on I'at ont*
sent free. Oldest npeucy for Heourinx patents.
Patenta taken turourh Mutin A Co. receive
tpcciai notice, without chanzo, in the
A L B E R T NOTZ,
A handsomely lllnstrated weekly. Largest eta
culation o f any scientific Journal. Terms. $3 &
year: four months, l L Sold by all newsdealers.
MUNN& Co 361 Broadway, ^jgyy jfOrk
The City of Estacada decided, at a special
school meeting, to offer in their school a full four
years’ high school course to the boys mid girls of
the city and the surrounding vicinity.
to carry out this proposition the school will lie
taught by four competent teachers, thus allowing
the principal to devote most of his time to the
high school work.
The new school house is beautifully situated
and will lie heated by- the most approved and
sanitary hot air system
Money wijl be sp nt for
equipment and library, and the Board of Directors
v ill do all in their power to make the s bool the
best of its size.
The City of Estacad» is healthfully located on
the banks of the Clackamas river, and can be
reached by electric line. There is no safer place
for boys and g rts than Estacada. If applied to,
the principal and the chainnau of the board will
do nl! in tlieir.power to get suitable rooms and
board foruou resident piq ils Opportunities may
be bad o wo k for board as there s always a
chance lor a hustler.
What a man sows that sh ill he also reap. Jf
he sows an educated and tra il d life into this
world of activities he will reap success and hap
piness: if lie sows a life of ignorance he will gar
ner mediocrity, or failure and sorrow The world
is demanding trained men today, as never Ix-fore
and the day has passed when the uneducated, un
trained mind c:.n hop.- to s creed an.oig men
who have all the education there is to be bad.
Tbs old, blundering metht ds of fifty \ cars ego
have passed and in their place we have higli-
power machinery ami progressive methods which
require high power and progressive men.
pubil: schools are a forge at which the boys an 1
girls of Am -rica can fashion the mea pons of suc
r e s . The farmer, the lianker, the h w «r, it
fact all men must 1 e cilite. t »1 to sncceid ai d to
get the nu sr out of life that there is t > 1 e had.
The time was when tli y >;.i 1 t’ e :a mtr boy
needed no educating I ut the tim éis io v when
he needs cn education for 1 is nitn' ifie f. rni'r.g.
knowledge i f soils and mi r ets ,r <1 t! at he may
1« at home with his mo. e u u a 1 i ierv, news
papers and books.
Fathers, give the l o is a chance If vou edú
cate them they tii'd come b. ck to ton. but if hey
leave home to get what tli \ n cd tl.et i etc. re-
l i o a uu J.. ks .
WOOD & LUMBER
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Department of the Interior, U. S .
Land office at Portland, Oregon, June 10, 1908.
Notice is hereby given that Ceorge A. Bigelow of
Portland, Oregon, who, on June 10. 1908. mad®
timber land application No. 7781 for WestH of North,
west }i of section 20. Township 5 S, Range 4 E.off
Willamette Meridian, has filed notice of intention tet
make final proof to establish claim to land above de
scribed. before the register & receiver at Portland..
Oregon, on the 26th day of August. 1908.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Charles Benbow, E. Turney, Ceorge Turney and
C. E. Mack all of Portland. Oregon.
Algernon S. Dresser, Register
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, J Cars leave Estacada for Port- *;
Claimant names as witnesses:
E. Turney of Portland, Oregon
O. M. Stafford of Portland, Oregon
George H. Bigelow of Portland, ore-
Arnt Jarstead of Portland, Oregon
Algernon S. Dresser, Register
Department of the Interior. U. S. land
office at Portland, Oregon, July 23, 1908.
Notice is hereby given that Fred O. Eil-
ers of Portland, Oregon, who, on July 23
1908, made timber land application No.
0131 for northeast quarter, section 26,
township 3 south, of range 5 east of Wil
lamette meridian, lias filed notice of in
tention to make final cash proof to estab
lish claim to the land above described,
before the register and receiver of U. S.
land office at Portland, Oregon, on the
9th day of October 1908.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Adolf Wiederhold of Bissel, Oregon
Harry A Eilers of Portland, Oregon
Perry Kitztniller of Dover, Oregon
Andrew’ Kitzmtiler of “
Algernon S. Dresser, Register
wanting shingles examine
Orders filled promptly
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Posson are cribed, before the register and receiver
preparing to move into and run the at Portland, Oregon, on the 13th day of
For sole Two fine residence lots
George Estes is arranging a dis on Main Si. at top of grade, 100 x
play of local grown fruit that will 100, $175. Bank of Estacada.
l>e placed on show in the O. W.
P. Alder street depot.
Yon are invited
Mrs Kate Irvin brought .'«ne of
the largest and nicest Royal Ann
cherries to town Tuesday that we
have ever seen The Irvin farm in
the Garfiekl country has the repu
tat ion o f prodneing same of the fin
est products grown in any part of
Clackamas county. They have a gen
uine Royal Ann tree that always
1 »ears a bountiful crop.
We are equipped to manufacture
from 40,000 to 50,000 of the liest
Cedar Shingles each day, atm will
deliver them in Estacada at
proof to establish claim to land above des
Greenland 1 How many know that
this iskind is 20 time larger than
the State of New York, and this
state contains 47000 square miles.
The island is usually called the ice
box of the workl. Glaciers are all
the time moving away from the cen
ter of Greenland, really being push
ed off the land into the water, so it
is not strange that here is the birth
place of nearly all of the icebergs
Going anywhere? Going to trav
that are so dangerous to ships at
el ? If you are, you will need either
a trunk, suit case or telescope. We
have a new supply of these goods.
Always say “ Good morning” to
Also, shawl straps, Etc. Etc.— H.
the ice man unless it happens to be
Cooper & Co.
Then act accord
Two lots 100 by 100 feet, house
In mopping your face preface the
and all outbuildings, well, fenced;
operation with a liumerous remark
only $375. Easy terms. A bargain
such as, “ I wouldn’ t be surprised
— Bank of Estacada.
to see it snow before morning.’ ’
If you are at a summer resort al
The Bank of Estacada is prepared
ways refer to your wages us your
to take care of all kinds of legal
Settlement of estates
If you can't afford a vacation con
sole yourself by boosting your own
town as a Summer resort.
Trespass notices printed on good
people talk that way until they al cloth at The News shop; 10c, three
most believe what they say.— Age for 25c
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Parouna;ian
and children have moved their tent
home over to L J. Palmatcer’s
where they are having a delightful
time “ camping out.”
S H I N G L E S
Branch Ofheo, 026 F KL. Washington. D. C.
Executor of the Estate of Wilhelm Ott*
U’Ren & Scliuebel,
Attorneys for P«xecntors
Local an<l Long Distance Telephone
Dimick & Dimick,
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Attorneys at Law
Real Estate Bari ians
#W~Nortary Public, General Law
Practice, Mortgages foreclosed, A b
IN SPRIN G W A T E R L A N D S E E
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M ONEY L O A N E D
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