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WAftïtD-A RIDER AGENT
IN EACH TOWR
and d is t n - t to
. _ rule mil r»h ' t a
k **rni»le Luti it M u k I •‘ H a n jc e r” hievt!»
lumished hv ____—
us I ___ agents cvci) where are
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1^r it e / o r f u l V l , / irttcu ia rt and if* . u il offer i t race.
until you receive anu approve ot your bicycle, n o ship
N O M O N E Y H E U r i l U . O uni
to in your
.m> where ui the I S. ______________
a lio « T E N D A Y S ’ f U K E T K I A L Uunug m I uc I i lime .
it it to any test you wish. II you are theu not perfectly »atistu-d or d<> not » a a to
eep the bicycle ship it back to us at ourniw nse andy^M unit not 6r out om tent.
E m A D V D D IP T C * * turoisU the highest grade bicycles it is possible to make
■ A lfa U A I l l w W at one *uull profit above actual factory cost. You save #io
to $>t middlemen's profits by buying direct of us and have the maimfacturer's guar-
ante« behind your bicvcle. I K ) N O T H U Y a bicycle or a puirot tires from any.mo
at any / r u t until you receive our catalogues and leans our unheard of fa ctor/
t r u e * and remarkable t/ecuel o j f m to r id e r
D IR E C T O R S :
s t i : s
( 'H A S
, P r e s id e n t
pa r k s
R ..S . WOMKR. Editor
V i c v i 'n s i t l e n t
I . l ’ BOIS
postcfrire in Es'a«*- ia Oregon, as
second class mai!
Published Everv Thursday Morning
YOU WILL E E ASTONISHED study our superb models at the wonderfully
Lno / r u n we cau make you this year. W e sell the highest grade bicycles tor leas money
than m y other factory.
W e are satisfied with f i o o profit above iactory cost,
l l i i Y C IJ C n h A l . K U S . you can sell our bicycles under your o » o name plate at
d o u b le'^ o u r prices, orders tilled the day received.
. . .
h K l O N d i f A S l ) B I C Y t 'U I S . Vic do iu>t regularly han«lle second hand bicycles, but
, usually have a number on hand taken in trade by our Chicago retail stores. 1 lit- ? we clear out
promptly at prices ranging from N 3 to t*M or 9 1 0 . Descriptive bargain lists mailed free.
a a i R T r n D B A t fr C a ln g lo u lu -fls , Im p o r t e d r o l l e r c h a in » and
parts, repairs sod
C O A o l L N * D K A H L 0 v equipment of all kinds at h a lf the utual reta il / ru ts .
S U B S C R IP T IO N R A T E S
5 0 HEDfiETNORN PUNCTURE-PROOF
SELF-HEALING TIRES TO
S A M oouoK
P t £ . P o A m iR
t o laim
Th t re g u la r r e ta il /rice o t these tires is
$X.X> Per / a ir. but to introduce we u n it
ully ou a sa m p U p a ir to r P4dsO\jca»kwiikor<UrS4SSU
Thursday, June 3. 1999
1 0 M OIE TROUBLE FIOM PUNCTURE*
Lest We Forget
This is the last issue of the Puo-
r.RKSS before our city
which occurs on next Tuesdav.
I.et ihe taxpayers and voters show
by their votes that the tnen thiy
place in office cannot run the bes
iness of the city in a manner utter
ly disregarding their rights and
handing the revenues of the city
out without getting its value in re
turn. Nor will thev countenance
Ihe autocratic authority of any
dictator who attempts, by force,
to hold his individual views against
law and the wishes cf the people
N A I L S , T a c k a o r G la a a w i l l n o t le t t h e
a i r o a t . S ix ty thousand pan s sold last year.
O ver tw o kundred thousand pairs now in use.
D E B O R I P T I O H t M ade in a ll su e». It is liv e ly
and easy rid in g .v e ry d u ia b le a n d lin e d in u d e w ith
a special qu ality o f rubber, w h ich n ever becom es
porous and w hich c lo s e » up »m a ll punctures w ithou t a llow *
ta g the air tocscape. W e have hundreds o f letters from satis-
fiedcu stom ersatatin g that th eir tires have o n ly been pum ped
up once o r tw ice in a w h ole season. T h e y w e ig h no m ore than
an ordtuary tire, thep u n ctu re resisting qu alities bein g g iv e n
b y severa l la y e r* o f th in , sp ecia lly prepared fa b ric on th *
'trea d T h e regu lar p rice o f Iheae tires is JS.$o per pair.but fo r
a dvertisin g purpose* w e are m a k in g a special factory p rice to
S o t t o , t h e th le k rnbtier lr e * 4
'A " an d p u n e lo r t atrtua “ I I "
____ - I V a lao rim atrip - H *
to p re v e n t r im cu ttin g. T h te
(I r e w ill o a tla a t any
m a k e —8 0 FT, K L A K T IO
K A Ü Y B ID IX O.
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sending ua an ord er as th e tire * m a y be returned at O U B exp en se i f fo r s n y reason th ey ars
not satisfactory on exam in ation . W e a re p erfectly re lia b le and m oney sent to us is as safe as Ua S
„ p a ir _______________
bank. I f you order a
o f these tires, _ , you
w ill fin d that th ey w ill ride easier, run faster,
w ear better, last lo n g e er r and
— ** ' look
— w fin
* — er
“ • * " a n y tire you have ever used o r seen at an y price. W e
>e so w e ll pleased that w hen you w ant a bicycle you w ill g iv e us your
k n o w that you w ill be
n d us
t u i l illu
____ , ______
W e w ant you * to I (e
a i tria
o rd c
er i at once,
hence _ th is re m s r k s b le r ir e o o e r .^
d o n 't buy a ay
n kind at a n y price u n til you send lo r a p a ir o t
l'u n ctu re-Proof trres
irres on a
a; p p ro va l and tria l at
§ f T U U
IV tfc l/ I f f f f i O
H cdgeth orn I'uucture-Proof
the special in trodu ctory p rice quoted above; o r w rite fo r our b ig T ir e "n d Sundry C atalogue which
describes and quotes a il m akes and k in d s o f tir e » at about h a lf th e usual prtc**-
_ _ _ _ muM a mm* but w rite us a postal today. D O N O T T H I N K O F B U Y I N G a bicycle
or a pair
tires fro m a n yon e un til you k n o w the n ew and wonderful
offers w e arc m akin g. I t o n ly costs a postal to learn e v e ry th in g . W r ite it N O W .
D O N O T WWA/M
J . L MEAD CTCLE COMPART,
CHICAGO, IL L
Notice (or I’ ublitulioa
Department of the Interior. I . S. laticl
office at Portland, Oregon, .May 29, 1909. |
Tiic Sp.iM-watvr Lotice, ('»cuxl
Notice is hereby given that Henry Oak of
Tempi..r», sent two
legates to the Salmon, Oregon, who, on Oct. 3, 1903, '
convention at lUlttevillc*. la. t Sa%- made Homestead application Number
H a n d le s th e B e s t F r e s h a n d C u re d M ea ts O b ta in a b le
\ l.iioi, Serial Number 01035 for S 1-2 j
^ 1 4 . sec. 2; ¡in l N 1-2 of NK 1-4 |
Mr. W ill Closiiet went to Pore
' Sec. 26, township 2 South, of range 7 E. [
land last week to attend the Grad Willamette meridian, has filed notice of
W t Buy auil Sell
nation Exercises of Holmes Hus intention to make final five year proof to
1 cribed before the register and receiver, HOGS
l lie prolonged atm ospheric hu* ,, 0 ,
U. S. land office at Portland, Oregon, HIDES
nudity (cotie tor “ much rain1 ) pre- on tllc 7thday of julv 1909.
vented the rock pile reserves from
Claimant names as witnesses:
II. P. Crutchei of Welches, Oregon
doing full duty last week, so the
John Marugg, of
job will he wound up this week.
Ezra C. Truuian, of Salinou,
Supervisor Cromer expects to have
a "fu ll'' gang at the fiuish.
Algernon S. D r e s s e r . R e g i s t e r
The Apostles decided they need Estacada Progress.
ed more practice before they tackle
Having purchased the E S T A C A D A
the Hoodlums, so they played El-
Notice for Publication
wood and team Saturday. Score
P H A R M A C Y I solicit your patronage when
D E P A R T M E N T O F T H E IN T E R IO R
U. S. Land Office at Portland. Oregon. May 29. 1 909
ta - i 1 .
ì ::\ g >\ m i
Cash Paid for Hides and Market Products
M. H. Richards, Prop.
N ext Saturday will see the doom
of the "Saintly N in e" as that is
the date on which the Hoodlums
are scheduled to repeat last year’s
performance. Game will be called
at 2:00 p m . at Shibley’s "B all
P a rk ." N o t e : No onions, eggs
or other concealed weapons will be
permitted on the grounds during
the game. Wait till it is over.
H ow ell Brothers have fenced off
a tract of laud on the Estacada
road and expect to clear It imme
Cited to Appear
< 2 © C i© C © < a § $ < I§ 3 > < 2 § $ 0
Mayor Heylraan and the entire
Council are summoned to appear
before the Circuit Court on Satur
day June 5 th and show cause why
they shotdd not be arrested for con
tempt of court.
This grows ont of the action of
the Mayor in refusing to surrender
the City's books to Johnson, or to
call a meeting of the Council to can
vas the vote of the recall election.
The Mayor, we believe, did say
that he had started this fight and
he intended to fight it to the end,
no matter which way it went. The
voice of the people, as made man
ifest at the recall election, points
clearly the way it went and we be
lieve it will be impressively shown
in a very short time that it "went
again.” "Y o u can fool a part of the
people part of the time, but it is
very hard to fool all the people all
the tim e."
$We are still doing business at the§
same old stand
The home of V. I.ingelbach
Kast of Estacada was entered last
week bv a stranger.
W e have not
learaed his name but have been in
formed that owing to the fact that
strael-erry pickers are reported
scarce, instead of "firin g ’’
strunger out as mast intruders are
dealt with, our German friend, of
Kstacuda’s future auhurb, received
him with open arms and wished
him to remain. Mother and son
are getting along nicely.
W e mentioned that Mr. and Mra.
Bennett, of Portland, friends of
Mrs. Dr. Adix. were compelled
to l-ave the Kstacada Hotel for
Portland on account of the serious
illness of Mr. Bennett, who return
ed to Portland by special car on
word was received that he had
died at ten o ’clock that morning.
Dr. and Mrs. A dix attended the
funernl, I)r. Adix acting as one of
the pall hearers
Mr. Bennett was
was laid to rest in Riverside Cem
W iyi . Kaake and Harry Bonney
an- each building nice cottages on
the flat. Owing to want of space
we will have to defer a description
t f them. A1 l.indsey is building
the Kaake property and Reisner
Kiiumc-1 are the builders for Bonney ,
A. J Krighntim has been on the
R F. f> during Mr DeMoy’ s va-
cation period of fifteen days.
II. Cooper. City Treasurer, who
is temporarily located with his
children at Arleta, came up on
Wednesday and s|>ent the day on
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Mr. A, W . Botkin’ s Great Dane
dog lacerated it’s side recently in
such manner that it required sev
eral stitches to repair the damage.
Dr. A d ix acted as Veterinarian.
W e note that Lawrence E. Van
Dyke, a former scholar in the Es
tacada schools, is one of the grad
uates of the Commercial Class of
the Red Bluff Union High School
of Cal. The Commencement E x
ercises will occur June 4 th.
Mrs. Neal and son, friends of M r
John Stormer and family, have
succeeded in finally locatiug them-
Th ev have bought the
Charters place on the South side of
the Clackamas, South of Estacada.
We have several pieces of prop
erty left with us to negotiate a sale
for. Intending investors in Esta
cada will do well to consult us as
we may have just what you want.
Inquire at the P r o g r e s s office.
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the taxpayers money the Council
has voted him, and they are won
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Notice la hereby given that Ezra C. Truman
of Salmon. Oreg, who. on April 27. 1904 made
Homestead at plication No. 15407 Serial. No. 01101
for South woat quarter Section 24. Town 2 S. Range
7 E. Willamette Meridian haa filed notice of Intention
to make Final five year Proof, to eatabllsh claim to the
and above described, before R egister and Receiver.
U. S. Land Office, at Portland. Oregon, on the 6
day of July 1909.
Claimant name» aa witnesses
Algeanon S Dteeser
whether given by mail, phone, or person, will re
reasonable— ——quality the best.
M AUDE STU R G EO N
Notice for Publication
U. S. Land office at Portland. Oregon. May 29. 1909
Notice la hereby given that George Oak o f Sal
mon. Oregon, who. on June 2. 1903. made home
stead application No. 14.937 serial No. 01010 for
Northwest quarter Sec. 26. town. 2 a., range 7 east
Willamette Meridian, has filed notice o f Intention to
make final five year proof to establish claim to the
land above described before the register and receiver
U. S. Land O ffice at Portland, Oregon, on the 6th
day of July 1909.
Claimant names as wltnesaes:
H . P. Crutcher
of W elches
E zraC . Truman of
loaeph W all
Algernon S. Dreaser. Register.
Notice for Publication
Dopartment of tha Interior U. S. Land Office, at
Portland. Oregon May 29th. 1909.
Notice is hereby given that Andrew Oak. of Sal
mon. Oregon, who. on June 2nd. 1903, made
Homestead application No. 1 4938. Serial No. 0 10 1 1
for North east quarter (N E '4 ) Section 27. Tow n
ship 2 South. Range 7 east. W illam ette Meridian,
has filed notice of Intention to make Final five year
Proof, to establish claim to the land above described
before the Register and R eceiver. U. S. Land
Office, at Portland. Oregon, on the 7th day of July
Claimant names as witnesses:
Ezra C. Truman.
Herbert P. Crutcher.
Algernon S. Dresser. Register
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W. A. Jones. Sales A g t.,
tion of McMinnville
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And six other lines of fire iusur-
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Or leave word at this office
SHEARER AN D
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET
D en tists
T IM E C A R D
P. K L. & P. Co.
Cars leave Estacada for Port
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A ftyo n » »andina • akoioti omû «r e c r iptkm mmf
qulcklr reoartatn our opinion fraa whathar m i
¡to n s »trlo tjj ooqldrel—
confidenti y . T * . Â o l Â n o ï K Ï Ï S
Ideet agency for I
Petente token through Mi
charge. In the
Sdentine A m ene»».
a h * * a * o ta ,ir u iw tiw ia d w M k ir. l n n a t t f t -
oalMlan o f M ir »o t».n *o foyriiâ, T «r w ,. M ■
IMT ¡ foor b o o u m , « L Sow b f all n «-,d o ^ o f&
The Homesteaders w ill give a
social at the Grange Hall in Gar
field on Saturday evening June 5 th.
Each member has the privilege of
by inquiry at this office information
inviting friends and it is expected
in regard to it will be given. It is
that a good social gathering will be
also for »ale.
A . M. and
Cars leave Portland for Esta
A d ix .
Attorneys at Law
M ONEY LO AN E D
O F F IC E S : >. J
b iu o n
k k g o n
6 : 5 5 , 8 : 45 , 1 0 : 45 . A . M. and
«* 45. »145. 4 45. & 45 P- M.
Mail (nd BxpreM (no pauengrrs.
learned on thi* run) leavea Portland
dor Eatacada j : l j a. m. and 2:40 p. in
Leave» Ettact.,la for Portland 4:16 p.
m. and 7:10 a. m.
Freight also leaves Portland ;
in the morning goes to Caxa- ;
dero and returns to Portland J
J. V. BARR
| houses in Estacada, but we expect
A baby girl came to the home of
to see the same occupied again N. Scheel, of Bissel, in the George
I very soon as it is uuw for rent aud . district on Wednesday morning
¿ r e 'N o c ta r y Public, General Law
Practice, Mortgages fcxecloeed, A b
T h e Sunset Realty Associates, of
Portland, are a company in the
boosting-of-Oregon business, who
Main office* of the company 132 1-2 i
were represented in Estacada on
First St. Portland, Oregon.
Monday night by Geo. K. Rodgers
and E. A. Tyler. These gentle
men represent a company who do
hack East advertising of Oregon
talk on the wonderful resources
B L A C K S M IT H
and possibilities of Oregon to a
good sized audience, gotten up on Is still at the old stand and willing to. i
J. R. Wilson, who has been e short notice in the room to be occu-
any of the wort in his line
resident of Estacade for the past pied for a moving picture show and
G IVE HIM A CA LL
three years, moved to Portland on owned by Mr. Lockerby.
Tuesdav where he is in business on
the East Side, conducting the Sar-
M,,s Hellen Berrv' a atoteT of
gent Hotel. The Wilson family Mr*' Ge° Da,e' ,rom the E a,t'
had many friends here who ere wh° “ “ b*en in Kstacada * * * • « .
P a in tin g , Paper
sorry to see them move away. camf in on Tueiday to P*,y her
H a n g in g and C a lcem i-
This leaves vacant one of the best *'5ter a '
A dolf Sagner was returning from
work at the new powersite com-
panv’ s plant on Monday evening
when his shoe-sole caught in some
brush and threw him heavily to the
ground. In falling his hand struck
the blade of an axe he was carry
ing and cut a deep gash which re-
quired several stitches to get hack
in place again, which was done at
the office of Dr. Adix.
P o r tla n d
Dimick & Dimick,
W ill visit Estacada on Friday and
Saturday of each week
Appointments may be I
R e g u la r a n d
T r a n s ie n t
R o o m e r s A cc o m o d a te d
H E N R Y V .A D IX . M .D
How atiout your crop*?
L’ow about your buildings?
How about your furniture?
M a c h in e
B e lv ld e r e , III.
S e w in g
S p r in g f ie ld , M a o s., 17. S . A .
by baying thlr
reliable, h o n e s t,
high grade I
S Z\ V C
WEBSTER'S COLLEGIATE DICTIONARY.
Largest abridgment of ttialnt ntatlon*!. Eogmlor
ut Thin Paper Edition». 1116 P »««s, 1409 DU*.
The Fern Rock Farm of 144 a-
FOR S A L E - T w o well broke cres has been platted in acreage, 10
acres and up, to plat. See D. Iiri-
mares, sound and young,
very denstine. Estacada R. F. D. No. r
reasonable price—E. H
Mr. George Lockerbv brought a
basket of. strawberries into the
P rogrkss office on Wednesday
that was raised on my neighbor,
John Osborn's lot. There were
sixteen berries in the basket, it was
heapiug full and weighed exactly
one pound, so that the single berry
averaged one ounce. This is the
first season for them to bear and
only shows what we all talk about
that we live right in the fruit grow
ing section and all we have to do is
to do »he work. The fruit will do
Howell's are going to give a
dance Friday, June 4 th, and the
usual good time is expected. Bas
ket lunch will be served.
If the person who wrote the
"D od ge Item s" last week meant
And more of it than ever.
W H Y ? T h e r k s a R e a s o n . Our^jj
his remarks about our "fou r horse
stock is bigger and better, you ought to see it, and
phaeton" as a compliment, we wish
to thauk him for them; if he in
if you don't, you are missing something
tended that for sarcasm, we will be
glad to meet him (at any place but
»Those white waists arc eleirant and so handsome and cool.
Dodge) and will guarantee to make
him swallow those remarks. W e
H o s i e r y ? W ell we beat ’ em all.
both have examined that 'phaeton'
carefully, and darned if we know
B u tto n s '
Y e s we h ave ’ em.
which he meant.
A Fine line of Dress Goods for Hot Days.
All A t
Attorney at Law
Practice m all the- Courts
Special attention grven to
Settlement et Estates.
Collection» promptly attend
o n «
na R a n k
E s ta c a d a
W e manufacture aff kinds ot Cedas
Shingles and are prepared at all
tisaes to deliver the same. A lso
to scVat the mill, having stock on
hand at all times
1st class w o rk
G u a r a n teed,
E. W. Bartlett
W e ask» have stock on hand with
our agent in Estacada
KRIEGER BROS. &C0.
- r H O P IS IE T O F
Estacada A g ea t— A.