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D IR E C T O R S :
A. ÎÎ. S parjcs . VicePrctidi-nt
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Publish««! í'crv thursda> Morning al
ESIAC A, Cfc'f'jÔM
s u f s c r : f t : o n
O rie yew
T h e W ash in gto n 's Birthday e x
ercises in Miss P rim er's room, F ri
d ay, were attended by the follow
ing visitors; Mrs. Stuben, Mrs.
H annah, Mrs. Y on ce, Mrs H ayes,
Mrs. Stevens, Mrs. Scott and
daughter. M is
G uelderzofh and
R ev. Ktthlnian and children.
T h e school settled down Tiles-
d iv to good solid w ork for three
sill'd one half mouths, a fttr a pleas
Rember the social at Fraternity
H ill March 5th. Put your name
0.1 your pie.
J jj > L ib b y , L n « I t í¿ r , w h o did t'tc w o rk o f four
4.11 „ i u , * an d c r e w s
; i Y
Mr. Booth was
T h e school report for the month
ending Feb. 19 shows an actual a t
tendance of 118, a per cent of a t
tendance of 92
49 pupils were
n itl-.er tardy or absent during the
month. T he per cent of attend
ance hv rooms is as follow s, H igh
w h o 97 '/„■
, G ram m ar room 04",,
Intel mediate 9 7% ' , Prim ary 90",;.
T ie s per cents are lower than they
should be< and the parents are asked
to co p i rate w ith the teachers in
m il:: ; the attendance better.
T h e first m onth’s school report
show- an attendance of 98. Y o u
w ill s e that our school is growing.
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A m one
T r a d ì M ark *
D is io n s
CoRinioHTO á e.
«keli-h « 1 4 dMOrtpHon niM
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A ■ nr ’ s, oli llln.fr.l .-<1 .«.»I,. I »Meet elr-
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niíi.’ h ' v 'a-M ortui» «n r opinion fre« w tiuihur i
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«••H- 11 fi». l'iil« * t luicncy fur h
>■* ta Win thru lUtfl h Munii A C’u. recel?«
«rit haul c oi iiirue, lu tfio
his first bi t hit as a e .rtot.n. t.
F I R E
How about your crop*?
bow ;dx>ut your buildings?
How vibout your furniture?
P H Y S IC IA N A S U R G EO N
OI'FICK, ADJOINING RHSIDKNCK
Local and Long DuUnce Telephone
Tin- doctorV phone van be voniivctail
with votir home phone ut night if re-
«(ucstesl. Om- tong ring.
Dr.L.A. W E L L S
D E N T IS T O F
S H E A R E R A N D W ELLS'
Dentists 0/ Portland
Will visit Kstacailu on Friday «ml
Saturday of each week
Appointments may be made
with Dr. Adix.
Dimick & Dimick,
Attorneys at Law
Oretion Fire Relief Associa
tion of McMinnville
M ONEY LOAN ED
G r e s h a m , 311
An*1 six other lines of fire iusur-
Or leave word at this otTice
OFFICES: 2, 3 & 4, ANUKESKN 11LD.
O regon C it y
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\C e1a r S h in g le s c o n s u lt me.
needs, and solicit your patronage
' S h in g le s d e liv e re d o r a t th e
; m ill. Nos. I a n d 2 a lw a y s on
W. A. Jonei. Sales Agt..
H. H u g h e s, - Cazadero, O re.
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Sä » -
I G oolidsre nn<J Jake M c C la in c , p ro m in e n t bun kers
»-cd bu sin e ss m en o f S ilv e rto n in D a v e n
p o r t ’ s y o u n g e r day*
H U M A N LIFE is absolutely original. There is no other mag
azine dealing with people cr.dusivelv. It is filled from cover to cover
with stores and pictures o f p.-opl - ir.i will keep the entire family
posted as to the actions and doings o f ¿til the prominent people of
the entire wsrld.
It has the greatest- wider h
o f vigorous, virile, pun
gent, forceful, piquant English, a; its e d it o i-in -c h iA lfr e d Henry
Lewis, the causric contributor to the Saturday Evening Post, Cos-
mopoli an, Suet t.? and many other representative periodicals; the
author o f “ The President,” ‘ ‘ T he Bors,” “ Wolfville,* “ Andrew
r... iier books o f story ...• d adventure, every one sc
filiating wi-o suenuous life.
ir. Lewi-'s finger: re i.. ■n the pt bl.c
pulse • he knows what the public wants, and he givn ti er.» running-
over ro n.urc. H U M A N ' LIFE ... up-to-date in its fr.-sh, original
matter from the best authors and the best artists, and filled to over
flowing with human interest.
You v.-i'd find the gre t -nd the almost great, the famous ;*.nd
sometime-: infamous, deocril»ed in H U M AN LIFE,with a knowledge
o f their little humanities that is engrossing.
Among the well known writers o f the day who contribute to
H U M A N LIFE are Charles Edward Russell, Vine.- Thompson,
Upt< n Sinclair, David Graham Phillips, Elbert Hubbard, brand
W hir.ock, Da id Belasco, Clara Morris. Ada Patterson, Laura Jean
Libby, N;’ r. *n Tobey and many others.
H U M A N LIFE is unique it. that its principal aim is to tell truth
ful, fascinating, live, up-to-date human tales about real human people
— rich people — poor people — good people — bad people — people
who have accomplished things — people who are trying to accomplish
things — people you want to know about — people that even body
warts to know about.
E v ery ma„ «,««1 worn.in in Oregon shoal;! re id H U M A N LIKE, the Magrzine A bo ut People, durin«
-do not fail to read the fo llo w in g most liberal subscription offer nnd set at once,
th is oifer is
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Reasonable in price, its work is perfect
No boiling to be done; save fuel labor and annoyance
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r /iL A tL
H a n d le s
lvi l n l
the Best. F r e s h
a n d C u re d
b InK A L I
M e a ts
O btam abte\
J. R. Townsend
CSt, R ic h a rd s
-— S i i t i — !1—
T h e D. R. T . C. (D od ge Rural
Telephone Com p any) I-ave been
busy fixin g up the wire and phones
and the l< >ng looked for pleasure « f M
being able e to speak to one’ s neigh M
... _ ..
bor w ithout gettin g one s feet wet,
. , .
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is at last accomplished.
1 hanks to
the energy of the nietniiers of the
c ,tnpany> Bud also in particuIar to
S H I N G L E S
W e mannfncture all kinds of Ctxlar
Shin gles and are prepared at a ll
times, to delivur the same. A ls o
to sell at the mill, havin g stock on
Uaml at all times
W e also h ave st«x;k on hand
our agent in Estacada
thc ,t„ f !aKRi „ K em hnsian. of Master C
Isle Hotel Estacada ;
One of the most delightful Resorts on the
Local and Tourist Trade Solicited
S u rp H S C S
KRIEGER BROS. & C 0.
Estacad « t A g e n t— A .
■ T IM E C A R D
! 0 . W. P. & ky-
Practice in all the Courts
K.ST A C A D A - P O R T L A N D
Special attention given to
" C a rs lea\ e Kstacada for Port- ;"
Settlement of Estates.
la n d :
Collections promptly attend
Office in Bank of Estacaria
ÿ io à w eek j
A L L M ODKUN C O N V K N IK N C E S
E. W. Bartlett
Attorney a t Law
P R IC E S
ortland to pay ta x is. ( with intention. ,f the proposition
1 r.ev all come home sayin g they suited tl-.em, of p utting in an elec-
urcu’ t :.s high as they expected
trie power plant
I his, we under-
Mr. iiid Mrs. D. L . D avis were •tand is to supply power for use on
the car line w hich they also intend
ca ll1 rs in Portland last Friday.
Mr. Hal G ibson went to Port to build between here and Portland.
Besides this important w ork they
1 m l Mon iay.
w ill develop the naint mine, which
T i n - 1 < «ilroad Com pany put in a
is also a part of the Busch estate.
c dl ln ll it K. II. B n rghardt's store
"F ro m information received " (as
A l->* of th Barton young people
police constable x \ i «avs) W e un
i ttemUd h e G ra n g e dance at Kagle
derstand that we are liefore long to
C m ' all 1 ; art a jolly gooil time.
h ave the pleasure o f a free library
M- 'J ’alter Burg hard t of Park at Dodge. Mr. I*. Horner w ho is
v.« - ...ui ou the streets Sun- School Clerk has the m atter under
liand. T hese libraries are sent
II. R ii rghardtand datigli ! from Salem to any sclnxil on con
ter. y. it
died on Mrs. I). I. dition that the hooks are kept in
good order, and for paying trans
D a w ' i . ¡y. who has lieen sick
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i portation e ip en sis.
Shop next to Residence on
$1.00 a Year
Cash Paid for Hides ¿¡nd Market Products
2* -a -'-iM C i •
Tlu. *• .1 It case tried Ixfort
A h ! Hold > .-nr breath!
Justice O .ll, w as dismissed by hint, phones arc here at last.
52 a day
Surelv Dodge is doomed to be-
come famous vet. A few w eeks
Still it rains in Barton
ago three gentlemen of high nnati-
T h e W iLsonsaw mill is closed on cial standing came here to inspect
a « «mut of the engineer gettin g sick. the falls on the
Clear C reek, belong-
, , .
hverylK jJy I. goin g to Oregon ing to Mr. Busch of Oregon C ity .
W e Buy and Sell
Clear, cherry red, free from sediment
Made of best sulphur and lime
Subscribe for the
Lime and Sulphur Solution
GIVE HIM A CALL
not good after May 1 st, i 909 .
B L A C K S M IT H
T h e Fern R ock Farm of 144 a
«-res has been platted in acreage, 10 Is still at the old stand and willing to do
any of the work in his line
acres and up, to plat. See I>. Bri-
deustine. Estacada R. F . U. No.
A Sitare of your Patronage Solicited
H I M A N LIFE i a great big magazine, printed on fine paper
with colored covers and well illustrated, a magazine well worth $ i . o o
a year and we car. rtronglyr. commend H U M A N LIFE to our readers.
for S a le
Has Kr«-sh and Smoked meats on hand
HI M A N LIFE gives you that intimate knowledge o f what such
constantly. Also Groceries and
people have done -.ire doing- what they say— how and where
Damascus Creamery Butter
thtw liv-. and lots <;f first-hand information that you cannot find j
P r o g r e s s and
L ife for one year.
Price of hotli
P r o g r e s s and
Oregonian one year, £1.50 P k o g -
r k ss and Sem i-W eekly Journal for
J. V. BARR
• W i alw a y s p la y e d as w e d r o v e ou t o f lu w n and -»u h m u d i e llo r t «be d r iv e r held l h , i e « , n "
S e n d u s y o u r s u b s c r i p t i o n t o H U M A N l-II'E . W e c a n s t a r t y o u w i t h t h e .I-anuar> i W
is s u e , t h is is t h e n u m b e r in w h i c h M r . D a v e n p o r t s ¿ l o r y c o m m e n c e s , a«ui w e w o u l d
c a l l y o u r a t t e n t io n t o >>u r w o n d e r f u l o f f e r a i «he b o t t o m o f t h is a d v e r t i s e m e n t .
and PATENT MEDICINES
j W h e n in need o f F i r s t C lass Don’t forget I can supply your
’ ’ P ortland had tired m e out an 1 the kind h a lte n d e r
o f the St. Ch »ries H o te l let ine s le e p o n the
biilidr 1 '.aale, fo r w h ic h I w as later
d is ''h u rt;e d fro m the G o o d
T e m p la r ’s l m in e in
S ilv e rto n ”
' f iS r
When in need of
V A O I X .M .D
N ortary Public, G eneral L a w
Practice. M ortgages foreclosed, A b
R o ckw o o d , Oregon
H E N R Y
■ • . ' i d ffl
T h e high school attended the ex
ercises in the Interm ediate room
F i iday.
W ith only one day to prepare,
the children gave the songs and e x
ercises T uesd ay evenin g, at the
Farm er’ s Institute, very credibly.
T h e y were drilled by Miss Stevens
and Miss Pruner.
'A T E N T S
Mr. Davenport starts his story at 1 v rv earl age whet hit. I a* he.- te!:s him that | +
e regoi., to Silverton, Oregon.
they arc to move front titear tar 1 : Sa
M in his story, st .te ; that he feel
bunt of some three hundred pe ¡pie.
that the ei y is calling tnetn an.; tita: I.
>i’ ¡' ,r «n¡ .e< to r s tu d y in g art hi the L atin
Quarter o f Si! verton w : 1 be e • ceptional.,y •; od.
1 he : tory will tarry Mr. Davenpo a t:p to his San Francisco -lavs, win n lie made
A pie social is to be given at
F ratern ity H all F rid ay evening,
M arch 5th. E veryo n e come and
bring a pie, T h e biggest time of
the season is promised. H ot coffee
fudge, popcorn and a royal good
T h e school rented their piano to
the G range for their exercises
lo t of 1909
* tun .
tar.s wi:l constitute not the least part «>!
beginning, if vo i want to ce Mr. Haven-
i f you want to read this story from
t.> manhood, nis 1. her, his family, and
port’s pictures o! him
can draw them, be sure your name is
all o f his Oregon friends, as only M r. 1 'av
best -•ttixmnc, tor ilte’ inon.'v, cvei
entered as a sub.cr:i-ci to • 1 L M A N Í
Thuriday, February 25 . 1000
T h e Tanners Institute held at
K itacad a iu the I. (). O. K. Hail
was largely attended by farmers
and others interested. T h e e v e
ning session especially was crowded
and many very good things were
said and explanations made in such
a manner that we predict much
good will follow. T h e good to be
accom plished w ill depend largely
upon the application we m ake of it
ia our w ork. If we sim ply allow
ourselves to be entertained, for the
time being by the lectures of these
men w ho are studying conditions
scientifically for our benefit and do
not put into practice the sugges
tions they m ake, little w ill be ac
complished. If how ever the farm
er goes home resolved to put into
practice w hat lie lias learned it will
only be a short time until the ben
efits w ill be Seen
Ì .A \ I .IK K , the Magazine A bo u t People
i pu'ib bed a store o f his boyhood
jtul runnin.; through the tv.nit
lecturer anti man of many
b y 1 I nner 1) tvenpor;. c.irto liist.
boyhood and young manhood ts laid in
I he Se'cnc 1 ’ M r I );tvcn;>¡
O ic go 'i and covers tnany of the pc-.iplc t hat are well known there today,
M r. Davenport, for pure aiul native humor, is the uperior of any we have ever
o f. hi.v Mr. !) ;vcf» 1 irt through
met since the eiavs of Artcmus W ir-
this vends is cues o f H U M \NT U F K v ill rente.abet 1909 as the year of laughs.
A by himself, and the pictures he has
M r. Davenport’s artieies will be t •
; et - is,
to read about— adven
drawn, representative o f his many delight
.via Oregon, as
&t the postoifit
Hegimung in tit : J ti,. ¡;
Gito. UsTits, President
F. S. WOMKR,
£ 3 »i \
rtJ Y j * » » ’
C X P h R ltN C S
Brothers are Fined
Freed B y H a
ft: 55 . 9. * i. A . M. and
1, 3. 5. 9
■ C a rs leave Portland for Jista-
6:55, 8:45. 10:45, A . M. aud !
12:45, 2:45. 4 45 . 6:45 P- M.
Mail and Express (no passengers!
carried on this rwn) leaves Portland]
for F.stacada 5:25 a. in. and 2:40 p. in.'
Leaves Kstacada for Portland 4:26 p.!
111. and 7:10 a. in.
In the case of W . A . H eylm an
against A l. aud Kd. Close, that w as
held under advisem ent from S a t
urday until T u esd ay, hy Judge ; ’ F reight also leaves Portland ];
G ill the decision in the case of the * in the m orning goes to Caza-
dem urrer w as that the judge o ver
dcro and returns to Portland
ruled the dem urrer and the case
went to trial. One witness was
j Main offices of the company: 132 1-2
produced w ho testified that he had
First St. Portland, Oregon.
secured w h iskey in the defendents
place ol business
T h e defense did
Secretary not offer any evidence and made no
President; argument. T h e judge found the
W . C. W H IT F IE L D
President defendants gu ilty and prououn-
j ced sentence on A l. Close o f $300
Busy Bee Society
ruction Parks and President
Miss M ildred F erry
of Line L acy.
T hese gentlemen
Miss D orothy Miller
have done much in fo rw aid in g the
M s H attie litlfils V ice
project and h ave given m uch time
\ pleasant -urptise party was
The Law s
in the endeavor to m ake the under- tendered to Car! Duus T uesday
Miss D orothy Miller has started fi" e ;tIlJ tw en ty days to jail and in
taking a success.
evening when a b o u t'th ir ty of his the Busy Bee Society
It w ill meet the case o f F.d. C lose his fine was
friends gathered at the home
f every Saturday afternoon from 2 , fixed at st.so and ten jd ays in jail.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Duus
T h e tQ
p J( A t 4 1* m . refresh m en ts1 Constable Jones took the defend-
| evening was spent in playin g cards ar served. W e save the money ants to Oregon
~" ity on the one Does all kinds of work in his line and'
Solicits a Share of your Patronage
lan d games, a fiir w hich a dainty that we get every m eeting, so if 0 d o c k car. On the a rrival o f the
Lance Read, grandson of Mr. luncheon w s served. Mr I). M. any . f o u r little friends should die 'la st car from Portland the same
an 1 Mrs J. \V. A ntrim , of i t. a- Marshall and Mr. J. C. Duus g a te w e will buy flowers tor the grave. 1 cYcning Constable Jones and the
da, won the prize recently offered several musical selections which, If w h a ve enough money we will Close brothers got off the car ami
by the Sons of the Am ticait Rev- 1 we tc highly enjoyed bv all present. buy 1 little typew riter. T h e child- A l Close opened up his place of
olution for lhe )H,st , sa> on ,i le Thc party broke u|> in the small
Pam ting, Papei
i n that are g'-uig to join are to business and kept bis graphaphone
subject, "W a sh in g to n ’s G reatn ess- hours of the r-ornsng after havin g bring one cent a meeting
T h e Kni"K l'n til most <.f the people were
In W h at Docs it co n sist5"
Mr. -pent a most enjoyable evening. S . retail-. P risaien t and V i
P re s -;o ff the street. H abeas Corpus pro- Hanging and Calcemi-
R ead-is th e son o f Mrs. Anna Read ! and w ishing e t! 11.any happy ati.l idcti! ire ! hi m g five • etlts i month eicd in g s were instituted by Mr.
Ist class work
a well know n Portland school ti -ich- prosp r«»> <la> « on bis homestead. n-,.th - a; I - : rs « f .1 -
s I Brownell, their attorney in O regon ‘ ‘ ¡rig.
T h c er, ami lie is a senior in the W ash- j to wli h he reterà: n ext M onday w ish would ph.ase juin. One , cn t C ity , w hich secured their release
v i w»s are informed.
tor each of them .— A Meuilact
^ington H igh School.
after s veral moMths i W u c e