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About Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928 | View Entire Issue (March 30, 1916)
FOR POTATO PLANTING - Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Dunlop,
Want and For Sale Column
j formerly of Garfield, were Esta-
acre to let on the share.
5 cents per line. Cash in advance
eada and Garfield visitors Sun
Inquire at News office. i day.
They are now residing in 1
WANTED EGGS. Highest FOR SALE — One acre, suit Portland, where Mr. Dunlop is j
price paid at Palace Meat Mark able for home or building site, connected with the Union Meat;
Fred Jorg. fruit trees, bushes and vines, Company.
BEEF CATTLE WANTED also small bui'dings, all in culti Mrs. Irwin D. Wright of Esta
I am buying beef cattle of all vation and close to town.
cada left Sunday for Olympia,
kinds, also sheep.
Wash., where she will visit for a
what you have for sale.
1 week with friends.
Jack Saunders, Currinsville.
SUDAN G RASS- For Sale by
Phone care of Henry Githens.
Argument For Tile Drained Roads
Estacada and Garfield.
Continued from page 1
FOUND - A Good Old Line
Fire Insurance Company which, FOR SALE—Syphers Incuba be taken up on account of faulty
sells insurance at a rate about as
low as commonly paid for unre tor, 140 egg capacity, good as new. ; construction, the traffic would
liable mutual insurance.
Phone R. G. Palmateer, Garfield. pass over the other drain until
Wooster The Insurance Man.
the first would be repaired, so j
there need be no inconven
FOR SALE BARGAIN with
easy terms, 80 acre farm, in In the matter of the estate of Edgar The to laying
of two three-inch j
Lower Garfield, on good roads, j J. Stevens, deceased.
S'/s miles from Estacada. Forty Notice is hereby given that R. M. drains would dispense with the
acre under good cultivation, good j Standish, the administrator of the es side drains, which really do not
live stream, big barn, good pas tate of Edgar J. Stevens, deceased, has
the roads. Land is too
ture and many acres of virgin rendered and presented for settlement, drain
valu able to be wasted by enclos
timber, house in passable con ; in the County Court for the County of ing
it in roads, and devoting it
dition. This place has cost ow ! Clackamas, State of Oregon, his final
ner $8500, but will sell at a big , account of his administration of said to raising weeds merely for the
estate; and that Monday, the 24th day purpose of making useless ditch
sacrifice. R. M. Standish.
Estacada, Or. of April, 1916, at ten o’clock in the es. And why should we devote
forenoon at the court-room of said forty to sixty feet of good land
FOR SALE Ford, 5 passen court, at the court-house, in Oregon I to
City, in said county, has been appointed the roads when eighteen feet,
ger. good condition.
Dr. Adix, Estacada, Or. for the settlement of said account, at or even less, tile drained, would
which time and place any person inter | be amply si fficient!
“Our hens pay because they lay” ested may appear and contest the same. Great care should be taken in
S. C. White leghorn eggs for Dated, March 23, 1916.
the laying of the drains. There
R. M. Standish,
hatching. Our breeding stock is
Administrator of the estate of should be no places where water
direct from Tancreds 250 egg
Edgar J. Stevens, deceased. would stand, for such places will
laying strain, $1.50 per 15~ $6
per 100. F. O. B. Estacada.
! Claude W. Devore,
seon fill with fine silt, which be- j
Phone or write, Geo. G. Cook I Attorney for Administrator.
so hard that no flushing'
Estacada R 1. Date of first publication, March 23,1916. comes
will push it out; and, if practic
able, the lower section of the
FOR SALE -Team of medium
Notice To Creditors
drains should be steeper than the
weight horses, set of harness,
of Fred Watson, deceased. upper, so that any silt which is j
heavy wagon and 14 inch plow. Estate
is hereby given by the under carried down by the upper will I
Will sell cheap. C. W. Summers, Notice executor
of the estate of
One mile east of Grange Hall, signed,
Fred Watson, deceased, to the credit be also carried down by the swift
near Mr. Cahills. Eagle Creek. ors of, and all persons having claims er current in the lower.
against, the said deceased, to exhibit
with the necessary vouchers, The cost of one tile drain per
FOR SALE at Highland, Or. them,
moi.ths after the first publi mile would be about $300.00; of
Bay Team, 5 and 7 year mares, cation of six this
notice to the said ex
of his attorney in two three-inch drains, about
weigh 2800rt>, new S'A wagon and ecutor at the office
the town of Estacada, the same being $600.00,
harness, price $560.
which is less than one-
i the place for the transaction of the
F. Adams Jr.,
cost of macadam. Dirt
R. 3, Box 32. Estacada, Or. County.
Executor of the estate of roads so drained would be as use
Fred W atson, deceased. ful to the farmers as undrained
FOR SALE — Full-blood Hol Claude W. Devore,
stein Bull. Harvey Gibson, .Attorney
macadam, gravel or rock roads,
Barton, Oregon. Dated March 16, 1916.
or plank roads (after two or three
years wear and decay) and they
FOR SALE One Brood Sow Harry Babler of Logan and his would
be more permanent and
with 9 pigs. A bargain.
than any of said kinds of
Earl Day, Estacada, Or. tacada visitors last Saturday. roads with
no underdrains, and
FOR SALE Twenty five sec This truck not only handles as would require much less repairs.
ond-hand bee hi ves. These hives much in one load as a dozen wag Heavier loads could be hauled
are good and will last ten years ons, but benefits the good roads, over them, and motor trucks—
yet. Also 20 colonies of bees. acting in muph the same capacity those new-style freight trains
with a station at each farmer’s
Empty hives $1.25 each. Hives as a steam roller.
door —would do them much less
containing bees $5. each.
forget the all night dance damage, and farmers would be
J B. Bowman, Upper Garfield, n e Dont
x t Saturday evening. April 1st, much more willing to pay the
R. 1, Estacada. Or under the auspices of the Eagle
heavy road taxes now levied
FOR SALE 11 head of hogs Creek Camp of the W. O. W. at against them.
The writer estimates that if the
will weigh about 75N> each—price Cogswell's Hall.
f>‘.- cents, per pound.
roads were under drain
Alf Drill of Cazadero, who was ed, as proposed,
John Githens, Alspaugh. taken
to the Good Samaritan of the expense for at the
SEED POTATOES Rural and
Clyde Haven varieties — also for suffering from a severe attack of It is estimated that $4.000,000
sciatic rheumatism, is reported to
eating. W. R. Woodworth,
have been expended in Oregon in :
Estacada Heights. be recovering slowly.
1915 in maintenance of roads.
not this a very strong hint i
FOR SALE Good Second
hand wagon with wood-rack ¡School, which now represents a that we would better abandon i
very cheap at J. P. Forrester’s, total investment of $60.000., was the old style of roads for some-!
E. F. RILEY.
Blacksmith Shop, Estacada. dedicated last Monday evening. thing better?
Henry V. Adix, M. D.
Phyiician and 'urgeon
Office Adjoining Residence
Local and Long Distance Telephone
The doctor’s phone can be connected with your
home phone at night if requested. One long ring
Dr. L. A. Wells
Associated with Dr. H. V. Adix
Dr. R. Morse
Physician and Surgeon
Tests Eyes and Fits Glasses
Office on Main Sir. between 1st and 2nd
Residence: Main and 5th Sts.
Claude W. Devore
Attorney at-Law and Notary Public
Stone 4 Moulton
A ttorneys - a t • Law
Phones- Pacific 405. Home A 270.
4-5-6 Steven* Bldg. Oregon City, Or.
JO H N BRO W N
THE INSURANCE MAN
Oregon Fire Relief Ass’n
Of McMinnville. Oregon.
Also First Class OLD LINE Insurance.
Automobile Insurance A Specialty
Team Work, Hauling and Racking
Wood delivered, any amount or length.
10c per Rig.
W. M. Yonce
FIRE I N S U R A N C E
S. E. Wooster - Estacada, Or.
R e p r e s e n t in g
Niagara Fire Insurance Co.
Cash Capital $1,000,000
ORIENT INSURANCE CO.
jK . Li.
J tO slu iJijtf
fim n o (Ijiw N uction^
Have Installed A
Large Vulcanizing Plant
Can Do Any Kind
Retreading, Tubing or
Clackamas G arage