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put il to a .
lit i i y ou rei
in tire U. is. '■• ithoui a . <
A U h i ! T U I A I. timi
t y i w» ,i
li y mu are tl i
the bit yi I and
.'•> nut wish to
•; it t . |His5ihlc to make
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1 ory cost. You save >io
r 1 ’.’cnu’ii’s pruiits tv l>„ mg ti > i « » t «>t u ami ha tlie m anufacturer's guar«
anUi b.u ! yi'iir Li uie. JH> i«O T IH \ a , bicy ............ p a .ro t tire*from anyone
a > ur i nheai l oi /actor}
et any prue u n t i l you recti ve our c.u
I pri. es an.l rcm-it ka!'ie ape tal <*//• » j t-> l
.e o u r Ixautit'ul catal'irue and
70fJ /JaLL B £ A òlT C ÌÌl')/ !iiO
r superi» ni.iilcls .It thè -.icnier/uilp
’ l,nv tr u c i we » au make you this year. We sell thè highestgrade blcyc le* for W-ss money
tlun nny othor factory*, '» e are satistied «ith $i oo proni a’.xive iactory cost.
H it v e l i : 1>I A l : KS. y I
i : ! • r bit.yil.-s under your owu uuuie p ale at
ce in Estacad*. Oregon, as
Ih u rsd a y
M orn ing
F ST AC ADA, CRIGON
s u p s c k : f t i o n
«:r * .
•• r «: ...
r oromptly at \ rice* rii,..::-; from 1 3 to e*s . r ( ¡ I O . Descriptive
Des< rtpuve bargain----
b.irg.u onusta --------------
mailed Ire». -
i*r clin ics . • ci p id u lii paru, repairs ana
dda v s .
u licclA f im p ort« «l roiti1
CCJihI t t i ’ C n s l i t O , cqm; ment of all kii.dó at hai/ Un usuai retai, prues.
R A T I.'
»5 9 SEKHifdRH PaSifBRE-FilOCF *
SELF-HEALIJ18 TIRES .0 is H icaucE, arar
Thurnlay. April 15 . 1909
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y i - :
The regular rct.'.i! price c t these tires is
tO p. r pair, but tax
sell you a sample pa i r tor $4.S0<cash •w it h o. ...■» St.Pi).
at MORETRCatLE FROM PffliSTGEES ,,
N A IL S , T a c k » o r 13 la ah w ill n ot 1 t tlio 1 -¿’J l'i - l
It has been snggisled lhat at tli a ir out. Sixty thousand pairs sold last y r. ^ < * n J
Over two hundred th^usaud pairs now m use. N* m
forth coining election the citi/ui
D E S C R I P T I O N ' ' n.’ cinaUv.-H «. Iti-liv t lv r
rydui ableand lined inside with
voters would like to kn«>v. what the and
' 1 quality
ualTty o f rni.lu
• • • c‘ • .
up small punctures without allow-
N o tic e th e th ic k rubber trea d
candidates to he elected mauds fur jn gth cairtotcca p e..............
hundreds of letters from satis-
“ A " and puncture strip s “ H”
that their tires have only been pumped
also rim strip “ 11”
Also as individuals nd pn>sptcti\i fitdi'ur.toinersstaiiiiR
upoucc or twice in a whole season. I hey weiph no more than
t o p reven t rim cu tting. T h is
u-ilmarv lire, th Mincture rM!r.tlng<|«l«lHU-»I k n'KK-' . n
t ir e w lil ou tla st any o th e r
candidates are being misre) r scnlcil oil
by several layers of thin, specially prepared fabric on the
n m fc e -S O F r. U L A S T IO and
The regular price o f these tires is fS.50 per pair,but for m L
on the license question would it not •'-ad.
re rtising purposes we are making a special factory price to
. rwt.r.rfV.nlv fa »1 r T.-iir. A l l orders shipped same day letter is received. V e ship C. O. D. on
lie a wise thing to have placed
the city ballot
•' \gainst License" and
pression of the pcopt
th u tvo u ’ w ilVI • so w- 11 pleased that wLcn yo u w aiitn bicycle you w ill give us your order.
question so far as our law making know
W e waut you to send us a trial order at once, hence this remarkable tire offer.
¡ r i i - - +M O-srra
• n’t buy a-iy ki.ul it nnv price until you send fer n pair o f
and enforcing body goes.
We I F x C U f o f L t ' J *
He-igetb-*r 11 Puncture-Pro*-t t ir e s on approval and trial at
the m i .1 introd.ii torv price i;u .ud ah . a . or write for our big Tire and Sundry Catalogue winch
understand that from a legal stand-, describes
ind tiuotes all makes and kinds 01 tires at about half the usual prices.
^ ^ ib e s a n u ju
lmt w riu . 11S a p„.-tal today. DO N O T T H I N K O F U L Y I N O a bicycle
p lint, fri in the ruling of the courts £ ) 0 N O * V v t e S B or a pair ot t in s from any lie until you k n o w the new and wonderful
oilers we are making. It only costs a postal to learn everything. W rite it N O W .
such a vote will only settle the
question as to the wishes of the
voters. Should the people vote it j
‘ dry’ ’ or " n e t " we believe n o:
c mncil that did not recognize the j
expressed desire of the voters could j
have standing before the people.
J . L . MEAD CYCLE COMPANY,
We Invite the
Though the commercial bodies \
of the Coast were disappointed that
the Chicago school children did not I
accept the invitation tendered them
through the Chicago Association of
Commerce, the invitation has born
fruit, and from June end to June
i)th a large party of Chicago
business men will come to the Pa
cific North-west mider the auspices j
of the Association, including var- !
ions Oregon points in their itiner-
Ladies and Gentlemen
Of Estacada and Vicinity
To Examine Our
S pecial I n v i t a t i o n to th e Ladies
List No. 01773
IT H M C A T IO N
PALACE MEAT MARKET
United States Land Oft ice.
A iril5 . 1909.
Notice is hereby given that the Northern Pacific
Railway Company, whose pest office address is St.
A provoking as well as amusing Paul. Minnesota, l as this 5th day of April 1909
,. filed in this office its application to select under the <
at the corner of I provisions of the Act of Congress, approved July 1. I
3rd and Broadway on Tuesday I 1898 [30 Stat. 597. 6201 «3 extended by the Art
I of Congress, approved May 17. 1906, the NW'-i' j
morning. Max KUetSch, who has SWH Sec. 33. Tp. 2 S R. 7 East. W. M
been hauling wood from the county I Any and all persons claiming adversely the land
j described, or desiring to object because of the min- |
had his team stalled on the middle j era! character of the land, or for any ether reason, VEAL
of the most prominent business ' ,0 ,*ie '^isP°sa* 10 applicant. should file their affidavits j
I of protest in this office, on or before the 24 th day of j HIDES
O n E ro a d w a y
Handles the Best Fresh and Cured Meats Obtainable
Cash Paid for Hides and Market Products
street of the city. 1 he \v;nr >n w as M..y. i»o».
Algernon S. Dresser. Register
¡11 t!m mud up to the axle aud had
Publish i Estaca-ia Pi > ress icx-a’ ed in Estaca-la.
t-> I > piled out. This has not been Oregon.
Algernons. Dresser. Register .
the tiist time but a number of times
the atne thing has oceured in the
See F E R R Y F o r
last month, aud Mr. Klaetsch was
compelled to quit loading wood,
P a in t i n g , P a p e i
just on account of this bad piee'e of
road right in the- city, which is a H ¿ m g in g a n d C a lc e tn i-
shame and disgrace that such
pi.u should be allowed to exist i nin g. 1st C lO S S W O r k
without any effort on the part of j
the authorities to correct it.
G u a ra n te e d
Just here and on the grade up
the hill on Main St. would he a [
I Continued from bast Week |
instead of fooling his time away I Oregon Library Commission.
t ying to obstruct the construction I
Traveling Library No. 51.
of roads that neither cost him or'
Stories and facts of Adventure and
the city one cent, hut then the- j
Mayor has a queer wav of figuring !
Grinnel. Jack, the young trapper.
that he- is working for the- people's Moore. Leeds of daring done by girls.
St. Nicholas. Sea stories.
Seawell. Little Jarvis.
Whereas, I did on, or about, the
middle of May iqofi warn you to
t j immediately cease your trespass and
now I have made demand of a
year's rent, twenty-five dollars
(S25) which you refuse to pay.
I now warn you to stay away from
these premises entirely.
— Mary Stubbe
LO C A L N EW S
S. W. Stryker sjient Sunday
Ü! in Dr. Estacada.
Crawiord. The revelations of Inspector
Crowley. I11 treaty with honor.
Lefevre. Sampson Rock, of Wall street.
Lumtnis. King of the broncos.
Roosevelt. Hunting in many lands.
Stoddard. Little Smoke.
Train. Prisoner at the bar.
Trowbridge. Tack Hazard and his for
W e Buy and Sell
H EA D C H EE SE
SM OKED MEATS
M . H . R ich ard s, P rop .
THE ESTACADA PHARMACY
H a s ju s t received a large a s s o r tm e n t
o f P o p u la r N o v e ls
Y o u r choice for 50 c e n ts
F I R E
Outdoors and indoors, at home and %
Notice to W. A. Heylman, Mayor Barrows. 1 'iinciples cf cooker>.
j Chandler. Habits of California plants.
of the City of Kstacada:
Elliott. Two in Italy.
Whereas, you as Mayor and the Hendetson. Slior; history of Germany.
City Council of Estacada have tres Mellvaine. Outdoors, indoors and up
passed upon three hundred and the chimney.
thirty feet of land over and above Penfield. East of Suez.
that covered by a contract entered Wright. Four-footed Americans and
into by me with the City of Estaca
da at the time the pipe line was Books popular with boys and men
¡ S p r i n g M illin e r y ^ !
The Stale Editorial Association
wh h convened at the Comme
i mereiai : íft
Clu -rro n s, Portland, on Friday $
and S turdav of la-t week was not ift
as well attended as it shout
uld have iQ
been, however those present out
lined work of import nice to the t
craft a-ul if a united effort is made
along these lines good will result.
B ¡ker City was the place decided
upon for the next annual meeting.
It is expected to arrange a trip to
the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific expo
sition sometime in July.
N O T IC K
llow about your crops?
How about your buildings?
How about your furniture?
R o c k w o o d , O regon
O FFICE, ADJOINING RKSIDKNCK
Local and Long Distance Teleph n :
The doctor’s phone can be com ect
with your home phone at night it
quested. One long ring.
G re s h a m , 311
j Oregon Fire Relief Associa
tion of McMinnville
And six other lines of fire insur-
Or leave word at this office
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L. & P. Co.
Cars leave Estacada for Port- '
(Continued Next Week)
H E N R Y V.ADIX.M .D
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
D r . L .A . W E L L S
D en tists
P o rtla n d
\\ ill visit Kstacada on Friday and
Saturday of each week
Appointments may lie made
with Dr. Adix.
Dimick & Dimick,
Attorneys at Law
Nortary Public, General Law
Practice, Mortgages foreclosed, Ab
6:55, 9, 1 1 , A. M. and
M ONEY LO AN ED
1. 3 . 5 . 9 P. M.
The Oregon State Sun-Jay School
Andy Fatiton, the shingle mill
■ OFFICES: 2, 3 & 4, ANDRESES 1ILD.
Association will hold its Twenty-
sawyer of note, left for his woik at
fourth Annual Convention at Salem
O reg o n C it y
O rego n
Eagle Creek 011 Wednesday.
[ 12 :4 5 .2 :4 5 .4 :4 5 .6 :4 5 p. m . :
Mrs. Jessie Andres and daughter
A fine program has been arranged
Can W e Realty Better Y o u r S a la ry ?
Mail and Express (no passengers.
visited in Kstacada at the home of and among the many names appear
!carried on this run) leaves Portland;
Cashier Belnls, on Sunday last.
ing on the list are men and women -for Estacada 5:25 a. ni. and 2:40 p. in.
HAT we can enable the average worker to increase liis earnings is a fact
Robt. Snyder, up in the foothills of note all over our State. We are Leaves Estacada for Portland 4:26 p.
C edar Shingles
that has been proved bv 17 years of success in so doing. From an “ exper
LO C A L N EW S
has completed puting in his Spring to have with us Mr. E. C. Knapp m. and 7:10 a. m.
When in need of First Class
iment” with one Course of Instruction the I. C. S. has grown to lie the crop.
of Chicago who is known as one of
Cedar shingles consult me.
largest educational institution in the world with 208 Courses and a million
brightest and most vigorous ; J Freight also leaves Portland ; Shingles delivered or at the
students enrolled. The proprietors of this institution (the I. T. Co.) have an
in the morning goes to Caza- ;
Sunday School speakers in the
invested capital of nearly 6 million dollars, own ond occupy 5 buildings covering sition is called "the fair that will
; ’ dero and returns to Portland ’ mill. Nos. I and 2 always on
hand. W. A. Jon«, Sales Agt.,
7 acres of floor space, and have a private printing plant turning "out 3 1-2 tons be ready.”
The Estacada Commercial Club
Also, we are to have Mrs. Mary • 1
of printed matter per day which is used exclusively by this concern. Over
FOR S A L E —One 3!4 "agon,
fyas rented the Warnock building
Foster Bryner of Chicago aud Rev. ’ Main offices of the company: 132 1-2
125,0001. C. S. students have been awarded Diplomas or have made considerable w id e t ir e , w a g o n b e d . Inquire at
First St. Portland, Oregon.
uud the shelving is being taken out
W. C. Merritt, both International
progress in the advanced subjects of their Courses; 225,000 more have completed th e Pit O GRESS.
g 184.108.40.206.4.+4, ■» 4,4,4,4„|.,>„ 11,1,111,1 ■ ♦ 4.4.4-
mi l the premises generally being
Workers of wide experience.
mathematics, physics, drawing, and other preliminary subjects with the assistance
R. Fanton has been overhaulng
cleaned up. It will be papered,
E. W. Bartlett
Each Sunday School in the State
| of the faculty of the Schools; and several hundred thousand others without send
his shingle mill and has improved is entitled to two delegates who
painted and furnished throughout
ing in written exercises for correction have successfully pursued their studies from
it considerable. The mill is turn
for the occupancy of the Club just
will be entertained by Salem on the
our unique home-study textbooks.
ing out good shingles.
as qui k l v as possible. It is the
‘ 'Harvard Plan,’ ’ that is, lodging
intention of the Club to arrange
W A N T E D - A first class man and breakfast will be provided fer
Special attention given to
I. C. S. T E X T B O O K S
the products of our soil as an e x
for clearing land, $40 a month and all delegates.
Settlement of Estates.
hibit of whv it is that Estacada is EASY TO LEARN. Because they are simple, clear, concise, exact.
ROLLER B E A R tN a
Address J. T. Snyder,
Reduced railroad fare has been
the place to live. Do you wish to EASY TO REMEMBER. Because each Course is a logical chain; to remember one! Estacada, Oregon. R. F. D. No 1.
secured on the one and one-third
lend your assistance to this move- j
link is to remember the chain.
The Washington state live game Convention Plan, viz., all delegat s
Office in Bank of Estacada
incut? I f so, come to the meeting EASY f t ) A P P IY Because they are made to meet actual needs in actual practise.
and visitors paying a full fare to
and see what is being done. Get
cific.exposition will show all the Salem and taking a receipt from
the spirit of ' boosting” instead of
W HAT W E TEACH
the Agent where the ticket is nur-
j wild game of the region.
"knocking." You will feel better.
chased, will be entitled to one-third
The mining exhibit at the Alas-
Cut out this coupon, mark X before the Course that intercuts y o u .
fare from Salem, provided fifty
Mrs. Dora B. Herring and daugh sign it, and mail it to us.
such receipts are presented at the
1909 will be the most complete
ter have moved to and located tem
Convention for the General "Secre
1 mineral display ever shown at a
porarily at Spritigwater with her
tary to sign. Be sure and secure
International Correspondence Schools
Mrs. L. Y . Congdon came to F.s-
The names of all delegates should
Inlerndlional lexibook Ctonp<i iv, Proprieto. «
We manufacture all kinds of Cedar
I tacada on Wednesday, a week ago. ,x promptly sent t() R ev. j. H .
Shingles and are prepared at all
I hey have nearly finished painting MerrynlalJi 395 South Eleventh St.
SCRAM 1 0 M, PA., 1 . S . A.
their house, Darling is doing the Salem, Oregon.
times to deliver the same. Also
to sell at the mill, having stock on
Please explain, without further obligations to me. how I can quailfv for a larger salary in the
by buying this
hand at till times
Mrs. Elmer Shankland, of Sell-
occupation, or gain a knowlege of the subject, before which I have mark-i X.
Do you wish furniture,
S ex v e reliable, honest,
The Portland Railway, Light &
wood, came out on Saturday to see first. H. Cooper & Co.
high grade sew
M o n e y ing machine.
Power Company is changing the
, whether or not her “ old man” was
[ We also have stock on hand with
Frank VanDuren and Lewis Ger
appearance wonderfully of the Park
working or loafing. We are glad
our agent in Estacada
They have had quite a force of
to report that he was found very ber went to Portland on Wednesday
National Sewing Machine Co.
men spading, arranging and beau
busily engaged in his work.
match. They are sporty and have
Banking and Bank Law
tifying the property. A number of
The Easter sermon at the M. E. taken in most of the wrestling that
Constructing and Building
shade trees have been planted a!>out
Church 011 last Sabbath was fairly has been given in Portland recent-
the lawn also. The citizens of Es
Estacada Agent—A . Morrow
well attended aud the pastor gave j
Heating and Ventilation
tacada are ptoiul of the Hotel Esta
Preparation for U. S. Civil
his hearers a good sermon along
cada and the Park as accomplish
We will prove that we can save
theological lines, reviewing the
ments that not every city of our
your fare to Portland and freight
death aud resurrection of CI11 i t.
B L A C K S M IT H
size can boast of. It is the inten-1
to Estacada, if you let us do so.
Mrs. T. J. Reagan went to Port We do it on house fitting supplies
tion of the management, so we arc
It still at the old stand and willing to do
land on Tuesday and came back on and furniture. II. Cooper & Co.
} i.rm*il, to restore the old Sun
»N tre e t h nh »4 a.
any of the work in his line
day rate of fifty cents round trip
A new son is a welcome visitor!
from Portland also to advertise the
The regular April term of Cir at lilnitr Davis’ home,
D e s ig n s
GIVE HIM A CALL
resort. A band of musicians will
cuit Court will be convened in
Anyone sendlnf » aketrh end description may
©ur opinion free
. irlckljr iwcertrtln
parade the streets of Portland on
Oregon City next Monday by Judge
la probably patentable.
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the day of opening the Park here
McBride. Eight criminal cases are returned from Montana a few days I
•ent free. Oldeet agency for nectirin* pati
it a m * .
Patenta taken tnroaáh Muiin A Co. recel?«
on the docket and 126 civil suits. ago and are spending some time in '
•pft lal notice, without charge, tu t b «
Sunday morning car will be run
The docket is now living made up by Estacada.
The Fern Rock Farm of 144 a-
Sunday School Convention
R oom s
Attorney at Law
S H I l»G L E S
B o o stin g F e v e r is
S p re a d in g
KRIEGER BROS. &C0.
J. V. BARR
H . V. R eed, - - - - R e p re s e n ta tiv e
through from Portland for the ben
efit of fishermau who wish to speud
the day out,
B o x 19
P o rtla n d , Ore.
County Clerk Greenntan. Few im
Mi-s Judith Snodgrass, from La- cres has been platted in acreage, 10
portant matters are slated for this Grand, is visitiug her sister, Mrs. .teres and up, to plat. See D. Bri-
E. W. Bartlett of this city.
dunstiuc, Estacada R. F. D. No. 1
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d ilation o f any arlenlidc Journal. T-rm *. f 3 *
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