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About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (April 28, 1910)
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C.«rr;’le Latest Mr-lol "IlA n r’Jf’T * h*c\tio fiirniilipJ by ax
t*aku«r m oBoy last,
E. S. WOMEU, PMitor nnd Manager
Emoted at ih# pestoni«'« in Estacada. Oretor.. as
. second ( l u i mail
Piiiiliahei) I »erv Ihursday Morning at
I STAC 4 P A. OfilGOS
“ RIPTKDN RATES
Thurií'íj. Apr. 28 . 19 K)
U * * i * j e ~ p m i c u u i r t a>tJ
Our agents ever: where dra
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K <) n ;o M ;V U l ' K l f l I> - . V. u m m
- . iw;r, •..'••¡y iir'.ryc! V. a ship
to anyone, ans «here in ifi • i s • •‘tout a n ut dcPewit *n io n »cc, frePai '/• T « . an«
at.ovv Xl.-H U A VS* I KI£E
v.ii.i d tirn-y.u m y r,
K I . le and
put ii t -1 Aiiy test yo»» unh. II y i ate tfi.i. Rot ; -rfectlj* ;
!>.•»!• tut v. ssu to
keep (he. bicycle snip *t l <cl; i > * . .it our co"TU i and yen w ill uetbe c v .•/.
tTBf'i’ . i n a I i 0 ; a - » '»*0 t itn. • t C - 1 ...»st £»•»■
" •»•3 u '•> i" ( -''dc u> make
B'/i.'j S oil J
, ; one small proht above actual i.tctory cost. Yon save )Mo
to ;*.*} mid llur.icr.'s , i -i.u by buying direct of us and have t!'e manufacturer’s guar*
ant e belli.'4 your bey-.c. I> 0 N o r It t lY a bicycle or a pair of tire* from any on*
at y price until \ u receive our catalogues and leant our unheard of jactarjf
pri.es and remarked . f s}cc^i efftrs to riU or agouti»«
i 'n a fi y . Hi w i «, President
, W. U kki >, \ ire President
L, H. Hit,i !ï,s, Treasurer
©ni» ys.ni ...
agent tss Rie*'it Spirit
At Club Banquet
YOJ WILL BE ASTONISHED rtudy our so; ¿rh models at the uotuicrfuUy
L kv Prices we can make you this year. We r el I the highest grade b icycles for less money
i than any other factory. Wo are satisfied with $».;x> profit above tactory cost,
l i l t 1X1.K IH .'A L L llS , you can sell our bicycles under your own name plate at
our prices. Orders filled the «lay received. . . . . .
.M l H A N D ItlO Y C l J-:S. We do not regularly handle second hand bicycles, but
,® a nun:I r on ban 1 taken in trade by our Chicago retail stores. These we clear out
prices ranging Iron» CM to l>H or $ 1 0 . Descriptive bargain lists mailed free..
. . . . . ... r . n A u r o
iu I p w h eels, linin rto d n rilt r chains at. 1 p ed als, parts, repairs aua
CGA5Ttll»"DnA|iLi>| equipment of all kinds at half th« usual retail prices.
* 4>50 BEKEniCM PyaSTBwE-PBOOF *« 19
f% SELP-HEAUE’E m ® % S £ S 8 & !l 8 U l
.. i i i
r : <//. to / h r s t tiret u
c » - ' ,
t f . r f \rr, l it t ’ t*
rllypuasar>tpUPtliTlvrf4jHMtashn ith o r J tr itM ),
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HO MQ3E TROUBLE FHOH P’JISTOSES wsi- iviaigfcB'.
The c> rrict way to pronounce ii
is lis ta eu ila. accent on the third
*\ liable, a having the sound of a
«s in ah in the
n last svila)des.
N A I L S , T a c k « o r tllnss w ill not lo t th o
p lr out* Sixty thousand r a il» sold last year.
Over two hundred tbousaud pairs now in use.
D E S C R I P T I O N : M adcinall sizes. It islively
and easy riditig.vcryduiabieand liued inside with
a special quality o f rubber, which never becomes
porous and which closes np small punctures without allow-
t? N otlcn th e th le k ru bber tre a d
Inc ihe air toescatve. We have hundreds o f letters from satis-
tS “ A " and pu ncture strip s HB "
$ed customers stating that their tires haveonlybeen pumped
r?*, au<l “ I>,” a lso rlu» s trip “ II'*
y ponce or twice in a whole season. Th ey we ip n noraorethaa
ijlt to p reven t r im cutting;. T h is
an ordinary tiro, the puncture rcsistingqualitieslreinggiven r \ ! j t ir o w ill ou tla st a ny o th e r
b y several layers o f thin, specially prepared fabric ou the v ■v
« m ake-SOFT, L L A ^ ilC and
tread. The regular price o f these tires U fl.^ o ^ er pair,but fo r y
E A G Y H ID IN G .
advertising purposes weare making & special factonr price to
the rider o f only *.) Ho per pair A ll orders shipped same day letter is received. W e ship C. O. D. OtS
approval. You ilo hot pay a cent until you have examined and found them strictly as represented.
price $ 1 .5 5 per pair) if you
W e w ill allow a cash discou n t o f 5 per cent (thereby making the prii
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advertisement. You run no risk in
ndlng us an order as the tiies m ay be returned r.t O l l l t expense i f for any reason they are
not satisfactory on examination. W e are perfectly reliable and money sent to us is as safe as m a
bank. I f you order a pair o f there tires, y-ui w ill find that they w ill ride easier, run faster,
wear better, last longer and look finer than any tire you have eve r used or seen at any price^ Wt
that , you w ill De so w ell p i -?a ’ “ that wheu you »u n t a bicycle you-witl giv e MS your orden
W e waul you to sernl us u trial order at once, hence th ii rt-marknbfe tiro offer.
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Banquet W a s W e ll Attended—
M Ii. C h urch -
S u b ita tb
Prayer Meeting on Thursday
E i Cll*
Jolly— Speakers Praise
Church of Christ— Next Sabbath
10 f*. in.
Vom. 7 Peoples’ Meeting 7 p- m.
The banquet of the Estacada Preaching
commercial Club at the list.ieada
on Saturday was good and the
serving e x c e l l e n t . A large crowd
was in attendance and would have
B L A C K S M IT H
b an larger e\ ept for the fact that
only a limited number could he
comfortably served in the dining Is still at the old stand and willing to do
any of (btr work in his line
room, 1 lie committe of arrange
J. V. BARR
Notice for 1'iiblication
T IM E CA R D
tfhent of the Interior U. S-
jid Office. Si I
• 1 Ora.cn Match 26th 1910.
fit ica la hereby given that H.-rry Sawtoll of
• Mo J 1. 19-35. made
• D ' 1 5704 Serial No.01 206
‘ 1er Lo t (3) :* .-ctlon b. Township 3 South, Range 5
Yi.lametta Meridian, has filed notice of inten-
tnexs F :t1 Five y«ar Proof, to establish
1 ti n .ar.J abovo described before the Regla-
R "--vn i. r.t Portland. Oregon, on tha 10\h
day c May 1910.
Claimant names as witnesses:
of Sandy, Greg.
of Dovar. 1
Guy W codie.
Chas. E. Merrick Register
Cars Wave Estacada for Port
Notice for Publication
6:55. M 5 . 10:45. A. M. and
, 2 : 4 5 . 2 45 . 4 : 4 5 . 6 :45 P- M.
P. R. L. & P. Co.
6:55. D. 1 1 , A . M. and
1, 5 . 5. 9
Cars leave Portland for Ks,..
Department cf tils Interior. U S Land Office Si
Portland, Oregon March 7th, l > 10;
Mail ami l-xpK &i (uo pusst-nger
Notice Is hereby j,:ven that Allan R. Joy whose
post-office adores Is 327 Worcester Block, Portland Ecarrinl ou tilia rui») Waves Portland
Oregon, did, wsthe 5th day day of Angust, 1909 file Blur Hslacadu 5:35 a. ui. and 2:40 p. 111.
In this office Sworn Statement and Application, No
»Leaves Kstacada for Portland 4:36 p.
02129. to purchase the S '* N W K . S W l< NE«% and
|tn. ami 7:10 a. tie.
Lot 2, Section 10. Township 5 socth. Range4 East.
Willamette Maridtjm, a> i the timber tliereon, under
the krovisiens of the act of June 3, 1878. and acts
Freight also leaves Portland
amendatory, known as the "Timber and Stone Law"
at such value as might he fixed by appraismenl, and
ill tlie morning goes lo Caza
that, pursuant to such application, the land and limber
aud- rat urns to Portlauu
thereon have been apmlsed, the timber estimated
925.000 board feet at $0.35 per M. and the land ^
$73.00; that said applicant will offer final proof in
support of his application and sworn statorrsent on the
M ala offioas of bhe eu4n|N»ny : »33 1-2
24th day of May. 1910, before the Register and
First St. Portland, Oregon.
Receiver of tho United States I and Office, at Port
Any person is at liberty to protest ittfs purchase
before entry, or initiate a contest at any time before
t atom Issues, by filing a corroborated affidavit in this H E N ’R Y V . A D I X . M . E
office alleging facts whlek would defeat the entry.
P H Y S IC IA N & SU R G EO N
Chas B. Merrick. Register
ments provided eighty covers, the
GIVE HIM A CALI
number Mr. I.auryy said he could
seat comforts)-,v. These were all
ln und uU nit listacada for the
taken ami promptly at seven o’ clock
past cosible >J weeks numerous
the banqueters commenced arriving.
rnm uii hat e been i« circulation re-
A dix, Gartner and Sparks acted as
gurditig »he iiktensth »lie Southern
n seating the company. ¡Hanging and Calcemi -
l*ai ifte Kaiirtxid C<>, had in "the P.
u * iie i a
Mayor Reed presided and acted as riing. 1st class work
K. i<- it t\ Co i ud what would
t i p r c im e s t e d
a s t master,
l I L rttpitstefl Ke\
happen o»e of t!wse days when we
don't buy an» g.nd at a n y price until you send for a pair ol t - ,, l . l , , , . , ,, t n net- crr-i,',. - ift e r « l i i c l i
f res on approval and tn
al at iv llliIlian lO fl k grriCc illitrl
least ix p ec tid it. These have been IF Y O
Hedgeth ;n Juncture*Proof
e special introdiictorv
introeluctorv price quoted above; or write fo
Sundi Catalogue which
for r our big Tire ' ud
the waiters directed by Caterer
ji;m|>ly street corner talks for the describes and quotes a ll makes and kind* o f tires at about half the usual prices.
mat a u t ? but write its a jK^stul today. DO N O T T i l I N K . O F H tT Y lN G a bicycl#
IN IN G H K SID K N C K
Notlce for Publication
Vio-t Jiiiil, however the visit to our D O N O T W AIT o ra pair o f tires from anyone until you know the new and wonderful
If you can't boost
offers we are making. It only costs a postal to learn everything. W rite it N O W .
U. S. Land Office at Portland, Oregon, April 16.
little city on T u e ’d iy of a railroad
Local and Long Distance Telephone
Don't use the hammer
Toke Point O ,-u rs on H alf Sh ill
yarly among which were railroad
All business etilistetl in our care has N'.-ice is hereby given that William J. Faubian. of Tlie iloctor's phone can lie connect«»
Dreg, who. on Oct. 3rd. 1907 mad® Home with your liouie phone at night if ra>
idfieials sq highly connected witli
prompt attention. Come help us hoost, Welcl.es,
staad applicaiion No. 16343 Seri®l. No. 015-3 for
Broiied Chinook Salmon
the Hill interests of railroad work,
don’t knock. We have some choice E l2 of N W !i Section 3, Township 3 south, Range guest«,). One long ring.
farms for sale at prices thatc are ri^ht.
7 east Willamette Meridian has filed notice of In
Butter Parsley Sauce
lends color to indicate that possibly
tention to make Final Commutation Proof, to estab
E > r .L .A . W E L L S
Roast Chicken with Dressing
till • l esvhu lis country is not the
claim to the land above described, before the
Register and Receiver, U. S. Land Office, at Port
o ily locality in O eg o n in which a
D E N T IS T C F
land, Oregon, on the 24th day of May 1910.
big railroad fight might take place, H a n d l e s th e B e s t F r e s h a n d C u r e d M e a t s O b t a in a b le
SH E A R E R AN D W ELLS'
Claimant names as witnesses
William b. Welch,
of Welches. Oregon.
Vauilia Ice Cream
The visit at this time is cortainly
EuiUisis 0/ Portland
H. P. Crutcher
v ry ^ gnificuut as Jas. J. H ill and
W iU ' viail Kshtcm lo. 1 .n Friday a n d '
Saturday of each week
L. G. Holdwi,
party, consisting of Pres. Louis W.
We Buy and Sell
Chas. &. Merrick. Register
Appointments, may Le made
It was nine o'clock by the time
H dl of the Great Northern R a il
with De. Adiss.
HEAD CH EESE
the banqueters had finished and
road Co., Chas. F. Baker president VEAL
RO LLER BEARING.
Notice for Puolicatioa
h o gs
the toastmaster announced a vocal
of the First National Bank of New
SM O KED MEATS
C H ICK EN S
Department of the Interior, U. S. Land office at
solo by John BelCls, “ The Queen
Y o ik au>l Geo F. Steel of the firm
J O H N S T E t N E R , Ml D*
Portland, Oregon. Audi 18th, 1910.
of the Earth” encore “ My Brtidda
Notice is hereby given that FirankR. Rhodes of
of i P , Morgan
Co., met in
huvsiciA» a SnaonoN
Cherryville, Oregon, who, on Aug. 31st. 1908.
It was then less than an
«vUicaj;a a few elays ago and are
made Homestead application Serial, No. 0361. for
hour to the time the car for Port
S S K section 32, Township 2 South, Range 6 East.
mow on their w ar to the Coast oil a
OFffC* BOUND ESTACADA STATE BANK
Willamette Meriiian, has filed notice of ¡intention to
land should leave so that the speak
fishing u ip " i ? y and will arrive iu
make final Commutafion proof, to establish claim to
ers of the evening f-.it limited as to
the land above described. befc?»the register and re
Portland oil S itu rd ay morniug. It |
ceiver. U. S. Land office at Portland, Oregon, on the Sleep* iu rooms back of office. Can b *
tlie time they should occupy. Tom j
would be «piite natural for subor- \
9th day of June. 1910.
fourni a i olftce day 0» night.
Claimant names as witnesses’
Richardson made one of his usually
iliu au otficers of the “ Empire i
Colby Marston. John T. Friel, David Douglas. Frank
happy alter dinner speeches in
Builder“ to be prepared to a iak ej
Sirols, all of Cherryville. Oregon.
which he referred to the strength of
Chas. B. Merrick. Register
reports to their chief of iavorabl
ttni v and the favorable opportunity
railroad propositions on the Coast,
afforded in Oregon. L . E . Ih 'fils
so that while these noted railroad j
Attorneys at Law
Record Real Estate Deal
in a cornet solo ' The Holy C ity’’
Mien a*.d bankers were quietly and 1
gH F Nortary Public, Gannral Lav*
, reudered it in his usual good man-
patiently wailing for a nibble at j
J. C. Clarksou of White Salmon, practice, Mortgages foreclosed, A h ,
T h at we are now supplied with a Nice Line of Goods in every
fner and to au encore gave ‘ ‘At The
their hook wbilo “ figlitiig”
W ash., is a new investor in this
I F e rry .” T h is was followed by
would afford them something to |
lin* aud our Prices A re The V ery Low est Possible.
section, having purchased the Sell
by buying this
M O NEY LO A N ED
Judge Dittiick who was to have
Vliinl: alanit instead of smoking
ers property north of Estacada. It
cigarettes with au occasional glass ,
F o r M i i . l în e k v we are second to nene and invite your in
is a ten acre tract that Mr. Seitbrs O FFICES; 2 , y 8t 4 , ANLMUSSKN BLDi
refered to the fact that lie could
to wife away the time.
since lie lias owned it has made O rego n C vbe
spection, our Styles and F rite s ü .’ c the Bt*si,
not give this subject consideration
John F . Stevcn3 with Pres. Jos- |
good and pennanenat improvements
ia t'ne limited time hut said he National Sewing M ach in e C o , on and by so doing has done just
selyu, is the noted engineer at one
H. n . CROSS
v n u x a t H A» 1 S»O i ND<
DON’T ferret the Picture, Fl^EE with each $10.00 pur-
would be glad to come at some
time on the Panama canal who re
B eiv id e re , III.
what tlie Progress has said would
other time and speak on it. The
signed to ecept a position with the
CROSS & HAMMOND
be accomplished by the people im
chase, while they last.
judge, after replying to a thrust of
Great Northern, one of the Hill
ATTORNEYS AS LAW *
proving their property in this man
Richardson, refered to there being
toads. G. B French, another ot
ner. In this sale a new high Abstracts. Real Estate. Loans. Pnstrrance-
another Ananias mention of whom
the party, was one of the North
record has been made as the price
'O r e g o n O t y > - -
O r eg o n ?
is made in the scriptures, and then
Bank officials ia the fight for the
paid was £2550 or $255 per acre.
launched out on the fruit possibil ■i
North Batik road, a Hill enterprise.
; It is Mr. Clarkson’s intention to
R e m e m b e r the
it ie s of this particular locality, tell-
We are not prepared at this time to
; : further improve this piece oft land
C E D A * SH IN G L E S
I ing us how our lands will be in-
place Mr. Clark and Mr. Harrison
j by erecting a nice building and We manufactui« a ll kinds oi Cedae
ij | creased in value and some of the
but believe them with the same in
He will not take poses- Shingles and ace p réparai at all)
$ io a week j.'. things we will b* compelled to do
$2 a day
tcrests. " All tilings come to those
■ sion until in September. Mr. Sell- times to- deliver, the same. A 1 st*
to accomplish it by and to raise the
who w a il" if it happens to be in
v ers informs us he will remain here ¡to se llâ t the 111HI, having stock on,
¡q u ality of fruit needed,
tailroad information, so we art
w h e n you have a ny
aud engage in other b-reiness.
baud at all times.
The next speaker was Professor
waiting and believe that there is
J. II. Ackerm an, state supei intend
something “ doiu.”
P r i n t i n g to b e d o n e
T R. Hughes started Wednesday
A L L M O D ER N C O N V E N IE N C E S
ent of public instruction, who took
to paint Ed. H unt's new bailding.
for his subject “ Institutional E d
Oregon is given first place in the
----PROPR 1 ETCR-
F at cattle wanted; the falte* the I E stacoda Agen»— A Morrow
ucation.” The subject was treated
Leading article- of May “ Garden
One of the most delightful Resorts on the Coast
better— See Ptnland Jo rg .
in a very thorough manner, he ad-
ijiig." A s the magazine expresses
j vocated raising the standard and
Ed . Boner and Lee Brens»11
tt, " A corner of the American cou
90 W A R S *
Local and Tourist Trade Solicited
jliow, in unison with good roads and
EX PER IEN C E
made a business, trip to Ptwtlaud
»incut which is ideal for all kinds of
!E C :
progressive methods, good sehools,
roses, and where they excel in
l good churchs, we enjoyed greater
beauty an> thing seen in the old
Last Thursday the heme •# Mr.
comforts atid advanced the price of
Cheap farm lands along the line of the and Mrs. R ay Eshetmnn was glad-
w o r ld " The author of the beau-
our lauds accordingly. The pro- Grand Trunk Pacific R y., now building.
UtulU LllusUuted story is Frederick
drnad by the arrival of a baby hoy.
T U A DC M A R K * .
fessor had come iu on the Last car, Ideal cl mi at«, pure water, rich soil.
V . Holman, widely known a s a i
D e s ig n s
F or S a l e — H ouse and two lots
The Last Of The West
opyright » A c .
S p e c ia l
Beautiful valleys between the Rockies in northeast corner townplat of E s
p ©pinto* ite» wa01.her on*
during the day and was the only
_ iiiitoa. tL
* ^ ^ fto m n n lM v
and Coast Range. Price low, easy terms tacada.
Also young fruit trees,
If you are go in g to Paint this season place your order
t T > r »erw iBg patenti.
Several oilier eastern magazines
&- Co. recolT«*
strawberry patch, chicken house rweiatnmUoK *Wi<Mfceâw»e. tn,tk*
T. R. PH ILLIPS
at the ESTACADA PHARMACY
have planned to send staff photog-
other improvements— Rev.
308. M c K a y B ld g .
j The toastmaster then called upon
rhe Coast this Summer
A. ÌMDftoomaty M M k to h S 'v n k la litrgeit elr- -
a number of local people who were —— — —— — — — ——
ealarion o f any ariani Ilio Jnurnni; Terms. $3 * »
Ju rix ^ the height of the rose season
paar; four month#, |L SoUkbpall itowsdenlera.
¡ allowed three minutes to speak M otiCC O f A p p o i n t m e n t
Contractor Lindsey savs, “ busi
»mi to get pictures of the Rose Fes
! 1 and have it filled before the raise M a y 1 st.
ness is good:” He intends S> start
Of Administrator on
J J. M archbank's new house as
O w in g to the advance in oil, the manufacturers are J! as well as those front our city aud
their expressions concerning the
as he finishes R. W. C a ry’ s.
ft has become much
Notice is hereby given that the
raising the price of mixed paints.
social aud business relations ex-
Mr. Marchbank will erevt a modern
Saturday W t was next to the
I im ing here are worthy of comment, County Court of Clackamas County, home on the 10 acres he purchased
N u f-C ed
w a rule-'. da> iu tile record of the
The Oregon R r » Relief Asso-
|j Mr. Reed speaking as Mayor of tlie ^ :nte ' ^ Oregon on the .;tn day of in Zobrist Addition.
weather bureau at Portland, Ore.
t city, refered to the new conditions j ^ P r*G f 9 10 . duly apptriuted the.
cbtietY of McNimNiHe
for live mouth of A piil since its es-
existing and that the differences of undersigned as Administrator of
tabbshuistut. The warmest April
vjitbi f l S o , 000. reservas, solicits your
'J W r . t« « the past were to be forgotten and a t,le Estate of Philander T . Davis.
"T e ll me what a man reads and
day was, in »goA when the ther
bnsiacs* tino «gli,
-------------- new united people were to work for deccase<i- aml ,hat a11
hav- [ r wl11 tl11 vou what lie is .’* said
mometer reached go, Stiturday it l
c*n' n*s HRffinst said estate, are v' lse "nh-T, for little by iitt,e the
The re is tuore CatarrU in this section tlie gootl ot the whole community, i
Jo h n B ro w n
o( thi country IhHn ili other tViscascs
» • ...
required to present them with the j fniugs that we read become o a r ;
l-.it t.vetUff. "ri uat.l thè l.«t few ve.os whlch w',s K-Cetved with appiause.
R ock wood, Oregon
is -up - - 1 to in- incanitile 1' r a
A s we before said, the banquet
G m k u n . 3 31
tnany venr» doctors prommact -4 it
da, Oregon, within six m onths j ure
| What has Irecome of John L .1 gn.it
T o L 0 . 0 . F.
locai .liscsc aml pn-v ribcl 1.-, u rem.- ;vas 8 °°d
w d l served
At this season the average A m e r-1
O f leave
a t tiri* office
Bales still remains a m ystery, al
' i, nini l>v mnst.mtlv failing t-> cure joycd bv all but it we had space to front the date of the first publica-
And Rebeccas lht-ugh developments last week, e w i th
I.: c j I treatment, pro
-'r-nounced itili- . ,
lion of this notice.
I ieau family selects periodicals for
cu ra b le . Science has p r o v e n ca ta rrh to
H e r m a n A. W e b s t e r
th* next ye»*. Let the choice be HSiT-EKCES
changed tlie opinion of manv, as it be a constitutional d o i a s c and t h e re fo re tiist public meeting and l)am|Uct
Vhi Suc..ii\ hist Rev. tWrhn^ was discovered that he hid bought r e -g u irr *c o n s titu tio n a l tre a tm e n t, » f a l l 's
Administrator of the Estate of only for clean, wholesome,. patriotic
treached a saruioo to »lie I. O Or a bottle of strychnine at the E sta C a ta rrh C u re , lu a n iila c tu re d b v F . J.
periodicals. Send for the Pronpeat-
C lien t \ ik C o ., T o le d o , (> h io , is th e ttn iv the spirit of the meeting which wa- Philander T . Davis, deceased.
F. and K d e c c t Vutge in the morn
A . S, Dresser, Attorney for Ad- ll!^
the 1910- Voltim* of The
cada Pharmacy on the day of his c o n s t it « t io n a l cu re ttn th e m a r k e t. I t is congenial and cordial. We have
ta k e n in te r n a lly in d o s e * fr o m
to d r o p s
ing at the \i F Church. He is
Y o u th 's Companion and see what
disappearance and registered; that to .1 t e a s p lo n lu l It nets d ir e c t ly on th e lieen a t gatherings of this kind that ministrator.
»11 old L. CL tX F. h'HLStlf awl lie desired to k ill squirrels. Frag- b lo o d and m u cou s su rfaces o t tilt- system
Date of first publication A pril 14, an amount of the best reading se
l bev O ' - r Odt h u n d red d o lla r s fo r am was more enthusiastically social but
il'erefo j spoke from his kuenvledge
lected from the w orld's abundance When in need os First Class
ameuta of a brok-.a Untie were dis c i-t- it 1 tils to cure. Semi for circulars t it was among people whare frieud- 1910.
of tlie " arkings of these lodges.
of every sort can be bad fo r ei»ly Cedar shingles consult m e
covered last week »tear the riv e r: and trstimoni.il*.
ships were the cards of admission, j
F . J. C 3 IK X K V f t C o ., T o le d o , Ch
Shingles delivered or at the-
1,'he sertMOii was very instructive
$ 1.7 5 .32- splendid issues.
S o ld b y I>ruy g is ts , 7 5 c.
where the hat, umbrella and J»ook
Here we are jttrt merging from the meeting prevails the club ac
mill. Nos. I and 2 always orr
»nd. iiiterestuijj. The lodge gather
c o u s tg x i-
file Youth's ComoankM
hitter strifes that are unpleasant
W. A. Jantc Saks A |t . .
ed »A their half and marched to the
rowv irs swi eo*
aosrm. «nss. h a n t i
ghorelA They had a good turnout *hc general belief that he lias cqtn-
memories and if the spirit of friend- \
New Subscriptions received at
* t » .ro ta tt*
. united suicide.
Reati the W aut Ads.
ship as manifested in the spirit of,
The Progress is one dollar a yaac , this office.
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CH 16 A 6 O, ILL
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We Wish To Say To The Many People
Of Estacada And Vicinity
A L E S’
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