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cured a piece of iron pipe and drove
it into the ground through the re
( l M T U * VORA T E l>)
mains ot the slake. There was out- has opened up a co n i : cTtoNliKY
and void lunch room, w here
D IR E C T O R S :
present when the stake was found
candies, nuts, cigars, mh I u -
H a n d le s th e B e s t F re s h a n d c u r e d M e a ts O b ta in a b le 1 that was there when it was drove.
t 'H a s . F . Ds :u '» s
w ate f, ice cream and
J. \V. U k u i », Vice president
| Mr. Dock l’almatcer, and it was
cold lunch w ill be
Cash Paid for Hides and Market Products
1 .. K. B f .1.1 ILS, Treasurer
I his son that discovered the stake,
We Buy and Sell
j These things remind us how last
E . S . W O M K R , Editor »ml M anager
H e s o lic its y o u r tra d e
I time flies, aud the thought who
Entered at the i-enoftfco In Estaeada. Oregon. us VEAL
will lie there to look in another
•eccnJ class mail
half century should the corner be
Published l» c r v Hmrsdd» Morning dl j
dug into ?
I SI « VIH. OREGON
R. G. Marchbank
Penland CB l , Jorg
Apples Will Be Sent
Thursday, .’urn- 26, 1910
The correct way to pronounce it
is lis-ta cs da, accent on the third
syllable, a having the sound of a
as in at) in the two List syllables.
Monday Slav 301)1 was Memorial
Day. The day set apart by the
National government that the men
who laid down their lives that our 1
nation should be preserved should
not lie forgotten, hut live in tire
memory ul succeeding generations
Many of their names have already
betn obliterated from the pages of
history and they lie in unnamed
graves, lint the liberty and un
divided union they fought for re
mains a monument for the sacrifice
they marie Til O. A, R. veterr.us
though few as compared with their
former numbers have lived to see
the blue and the gray bow to
gether in honor of their fallen com-
D A LES
W h e n in n e e d or F i r s t Class
C e d a r s h in g le s c o n s u lt m e
S h in g le s d e liv e re d o r a t th e
m ill. N os. 1 a n d 2 a lw a y s on
h an d.
W. A. Jones, Sales Agt.,
FAN TO N BR O S.
Prize-Winning Apples W ill Be
Sent T o
Chicago T o
Put On Display
F o r D ry~ Goods, M ill-
iney~, Notions, Shoes
The Hotel Estaeada
308 M c K a y B ld g.
»it.::«..™bfgB? KMEÍBOM PyHGTME-PROOF *£U
H SELF-H'“"■"* ™
Notice for Publication
iiedpctbi»ni puncture proof tirca on approval and trial at ( every line of trade in the north-
The golden wedding o( Mr. and ! ik* L
thesncciul introducto’-y price quoted alK.vc; or write for our big Tire and Sundry Catalogue winch
Millei of Viola occnred describes ami quotes a ll m akes a ul kinds oi tires at about trail the usual prices.
M / A I T but w rite ns a jw ..,!! t . d ’v H O N O T T H I N K O t ' B C T I N O a hievcie
at th it place 011 May 22nd ami was i J l J t V v J d V //?.W d o r a pair of tin s from anyone until you know the n ew and w o n d e r ul j R e p r e s e n t a t i v e c o m m i t t e e s
c.fkra wo arc mulling. 1 1 only coats • postal U learn everything. W rite it N O W .
. . .
celebrated by their children, all be
r>ee!i appointed in several districts
ing present except one son Alfred
to secure pledges of the fruit re-
GTCIE Q Ç f M Y ,
of Cal forma, lie being unable 10
J quired to make the exhibits, also
ottenl. Those present were Mrs.
to handle financial matters and see
ing of the stake was a relief to
J Goberly aud two daughters of j Old Land Stake Is Found
that the fruit is properly assembled
several, as it establishes the lines, . . .
Sm Jose, Cal ; Robt. Mdler and:
and placed on exhibition in the
to their lands. This stake was the
family of George: Ed. Miller, of
best possible condition in Spokane
Viola; Mr and Mrs. Stone aud Grandson O f Man W ho Drove ’,ase or " ’ “ i'’ . s,arlinR ^ in* to 4 and Chicago
donation claims, namely Garrett
failulv ot Portland; Will. Miller I
have been active in cooperating
Stake Finds It
and Sybell his wife, Seth and John
and family of Portland; Adolf Mil I
. , with the fruit growers'associations
Palmateer, their sous. The stake ,
ler and family of George: Kay Mil j
Generally, tlie rental charge for the
was a cedar limb driven into the
ler of Viola; Mrs. Lou Hamilton of
Last week in grading the hill ground, as a rock that had been (listi ict displays at Chicago has
Viola; and John Hamilton of Viola
down in front of H. D. TV.pp’ s p, . ced over it had been moved by ! ^
” P bv the Ci° mmerc,a'
The aged couple received the con- house the first stake driven to mark some agency
The stake has been cluh#’ t,,e Krowers
gratulations of their children «id the lavinR otlt of the old donation sot ht b recfn, owner, of the ficient fruit for the exhibits.
friends as well as numerous pres daims of the Palmateers was fonml |and A survey nude by H. Ep
Ben H Rice, secretary and man-
ents of gold. All enjoyed the
, ager of the show, is arranging fora
, , , ,
by Richard G. Palmateer. son ot petson to set the center of the grade
. . .
event, being thanktul that so many
tour of Montana and 'southern
of them had been privileged to Dock Palmateer ami grandson of just missed the stake a few inches. , Jabo tQ juteres, fruit gTow tn
gather on such an occasion. Mr Garrett who drove the stake away As the owners of the four pieces cf there in the Chicago show He has
Miller is aged 78 and Mrs. is 73.
back in the year 1853. The find- the laud were present they pro- already visited main ol the prin
K O L L E R B E A R IN O .
H IG H G R A D I.
by buying this
high grade sew
National Sew in g M achine Co.
L. & P. Co.
KST AC AD A -PO R TLA N D
Cars leave Estaeada for Port
6:55, 9, II, A. M. aud
«, 3 . 5 , 9 P- M.
Cars leave Portland for Us.a-
6: 55 . 8 45 . «0 45. A. M. and
12:45, 2:45, 4:45. 6:45 P- M.
Mail ami Express (no passenger
carried on this run) leaves Portland
(for Estacada 5:25 a. m. aud 2 4 0 p. in
Leaves Estacada for Portland 4:26 p
¡tu. and 7:10 a. tu.
Freight also leaves Portland
in the morning goes to Caza
dero and returns to Portland
Main offices of the company: 132 1-2
First St. Portland, Oregou.
H E N R Y V .A D IX . M .D
P H Y S IC IA N A S U R G E O N
O F F I C E , A D JO IN IN G R E S I D E N C E
Local and Long Distance Telephone
The doctor's phone can be connected
with your home phone at night if re
quested. One long ring.
Dr.L.A. W E L L S
D E N T IS T C F
We manufacture all kinds of Cedai
Shingles and are prepared at all
times to deliver the same. Also
to sell at the mill, having stock on
hand at all times
A. KRIEGER & CO.
---- PR O P R IE T O R -----
Estacada Agent—A. Morrow
J. V. BARR
B L A C K SM IT H
Why are “ thev” all so stingy
D e n tis ts
P o r t la n d
With funds in this old town?
W ill visit Estaeada on Friday and
Can’ t even call your neighbor up
Saturday ol each week
Appointments may be made
Because the lines arc down.
with Dr. A dix.
They seem to lack real enterprise
Why are they in the rut!
Why do they have such dusty
J O H N S T E IN E R , M D
P h y s ic ia n a S urgh o n
And then again such mud?
Instead of blaming others
OFFICE BEHIND ESTACADA STATE BANK
Well may the answer be
Each has a share
ljack of office. Can be
In this affair
found at office d ay o r night.
It isn’ t "th ey” it’ s "w e.”
Whatever ue6d my town may
" I t ’ s up to me.”
Dimick & Drmick,
Attorneys at Law
Why do “ they” let the walks get
Nortary Public, General Lav*
Why don’ t “ they” have gcod Practice, Mortgages foreclosed, Ab
Why don’t “ they” vote for officers
M ONEY LO A N ED
That stand for people’ s rights?
Why don’t "thev” build a library? OPFICKS: 2, 3 & 4, ANDRHSKN BI.D.
Why don’ t "th ey” have a park? O k b g o n C i t y
Why don’ t they .number all tht
To guide you in the dark?
Don’t place the blame on others
You surely ought to see—
Each has a share
Hanging and Calcemi~
In this affair
ning. 1st class work\
It isn’t “ they” it’ s “ we.”
Just sail right in,—say to yourself
G u a ra n te e d
“ It’s up to me.”
the filler o f only $ 4 8 0 p er pair. A ll ordersahippetf same day letter 1.» received. W e ship C. O. P on ,
approval. You do not pay .» « cut i " ..1 y at have exam ined an<l found them strictly as represented. , S O C ia tlO tlS b y
c o n trib u tin g
W e w ill allow a c » » h «liecouiit c f 5 per cent ft hereby m akin g the price
per pair) if yon |
r.end I T I.L t/A-Sl! \ V IT »I O i i l l i i l t nu<l enclose this advertisement.
You run no risk tu e x p e u s e IU1K1S.
T l l t y r e a liz e
tending us an order a.* the tires n a y lx? rtturned at O U l i expense if for any reason they arc j
, ,,t »uu*factory > 1 c.'Lamination. W e ere perfectly re liable and money sent to us is as safe as in a
m o v e m e n t W ill e n c o u r a g e e t lll-
If you order a f a i r o f t!m<e ti.r-i, vou w ill find that they w ill ride easier, run faster, I
v b e t t e r last I
• r and 1
:;rr bum ¿i.v tire vou have ever used o r arrn at any price. W e g r a tlO U a n d i n v e s t m e n t s
t llt lS
] t w ' ¡uit \ . 1 » An 1 be so avi 11 pleased that w hen you want a bicycle you w ill give us your order. I .
W e w a . t v u to M ix l u s a t r ill Older a t m . • hence tl » rem arkable tire offer.
IS b o u n d t o b e Ot g r e a t
b e n e fit
o r F * don 1 1 «. v a m kind at any price until you «en d fq r a pair or
U. S. Land office at Portland. Oregon. April 30,
Notice la hereby given that Jcaeph Llnhart of
Sandy, Oregon, who on April 21,1904, made home
stead application No. 15395 serial No. 01095 for
SE54. See. 24. township 3 south., range 5 east
Willamette Meridian, has filed notice cf Intention to
make final five year proof to establish claim to the
land above described before the register and receiver
U. S. Land Office at Portland. Oregon, on the 13th
day of June 1910.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Jacob Luthner. Frank Zastera. Peter P. Peshall,
Charles Llnhart. all of Sandy, Oregon.
Chas. B. Merrick. Register.
WAHTED--A RIDER AGENT S
To shift responsibility,
Say "th ey” instead of ‘ ‘we,’ ’
Is a habit very common
As atl men will agree.
To blame tlie other fellow
F'or conditions that abtain
To grumble, fret, and worry
Leave but sadueas ache and pain.
Instead of blaming others
Well may our motto be—
Each has a share
In this affair
It isn’ t "th ey,” it’ s "w e ."
Whatever things need mending
" I t ’s up to me”
Why are "th ey" all so stupid?
Why have such dingy schools?
Why do "th ey” beat the youngsters
G row ers of H igh G rad e N ursery Stock
And make such silly rules?
Sp ecialties: E n g lish W aln uts, Y ello w Why don’t "they have some decent
N ew ton and Sp itzen berg apples.
Like "th ey” used to have back
Win. Strunk, Salesman Estaeada, Or.
(E a st,-
Filted dinner pails, of pies and cakes
And bread tbat’s made with
Instead of blaming others
C heap farm lan ds a lo n g the lin e of the
Well may our motto be—
G ran d T ru n k P acific R v ., now build in g.
has a share
Ideal clim ate, pure w ater, rich so il.
Iu this affair,—
The Last Of The W est
B eau tifu l v a lle y s betw een th e R o c k ie s It isn’t "th e y ," it’ * "w e .”
and Coast R a n g e . P rice low , easy term s
Whatever change the school may
W rite fo r fu ll inform ation.
T. R . P H IL L IP S
" I t ’s up to me.”
I f f *’
■ u isci
KEITH NURSERY CO.
Spokane, Wash , May 3 0 —Offi
cial announcement is made by the
hoard of trustees of the National
Apple Show, Inc., that the prize-
winning fruit of the third annua!
exposition in Spokane, next No
vember, and district and general
displays from Washington, Oregon,
Idaho aud Montana will be sent to
Chicago for exploitation purposes
in Hirst Regiment armory during
the week of the International Live
The Chicago plan involves an
expenditure of $35,000, exclusive
of the cost of the Spokane show,
which is estimated at $42,000.
$ io a week
Officials of transcontinental rail
$2 a day
roads interested in the develop
ment of the Northwestern states
LO CAL N E W S
have guaranteed a large proportion
of the fund for the first named ex
Mr. Ray Gill of Montavilla was
A L L M ODERN C O N V E N IEN C E S
hibition and the various fruit dis
among the ‘ ‘fans" at the ball game
tricts in the four states are depend
ed upon for $10,000 by takirg
One of the most delightful Resorts on the Coast
space for display purposes at Chi
Mrs. VV. J. Stiolgrass and daugh
cago, No charge will be made for
ter Maude of I.a Grande are visit
Local and Tourist Trade Solicited
entries or exhibition space at the
ing at the home of Mrs. Snodgrass'
Spokane show, which is open t >
daughter M s.
Maude Snortgrass 1 as just grad
The general exhibits will be
uated from the Ilark ir school in
transported from Spokane to Chi
P re s c rib e d M e d ic in e is B e s t
cago free of expense to the growers
L ost -Gentlem in’ s long pocket- I
aud, in addition, the management
When vou are sick enough to need Medicine, don't try to
book somewhere between head- '
of the National Apple Show will
works at Cazadero and the Estaca 1 doctor yourself, for self-medication is a risky proposition. Go to a
move at least six prize winning
<la laach. Contains papers and two
carloads, also the winners in the 10
masonic charms. Party delivering j
five-box, single box and
Then be sure and have that prescription carefully compound
at my office will receive suitable re
special display contests, thti., mak
ward— B. E. r.ij piucott, 409 Con
Bring it to the ESTACADA PHARMACY and the medicine you get
ing an exhibition of apples that
cord Bldg., Portland, Ore.
will attract wide attention to the
will be the finest possible that can be prepared according to that
Mr. If. E. Stubbs will hold bap
fruit districts in the Northwest, as
tismul services at Davis & Web
well as exploit their products. Each
ster’ s potirl next Sunday at 2 P, M
Every prescription ingredient used at the Estaeada Pharmacy
district will have one or more repre
There will . Is > be preaching ser
sentatives in charge to distribute
is of full standard potency, the purest, freshest aud strongest ob
vices at 11 A. M, iu the Free
literature and give out information.
tainable, and being compounded carefully will insure your receiv
Methodist Church. Everyone cor
Space for district exhibits at
ing superlatively affective medicine.
Chicago has been engaged by ti e
Commercial Club and Apple Grow
ESTACADA WINS FROM CUBS
ers’ Union, Hood River, Ore.;
Wash.; North Central Washington
T he Estaead a aud M on tnvilla Cubs I
g nample Latest Model #*fftnn?rer” bicycle furnished by us. Our agents everywhere are
p i ived one of the best gam es ever seen ]
Development League, Commercial
making money fast. W rite f o r f u l l p a rtic u la r s a m i spec ia l o ffe r a t once.
N O ftlO N K Y I lI S Q U I K L I » until you receive and approve of your bicycle. Wesnip
on the hom e grou n d s. Se ve ra l sen
to anyone, anywhere in the U. S. n it k o u la cent deposit in advance, preptiv f r e i g h t , and Club and Fruit
allow T E N 1>AYS* l'T lK lì T R I A L during which time you may ndc the bicycle and
sational p lays were m ade by both home
put it to any test you wish. If you are than not perfectly satisfied or do not wish to Walla Walla;
and visitin g team s and the ou tfield ing of
Keep the bicycle snip it b.u k to us at our expense nnd>/>« -.vili not be out one cent.
We furnish the highest grade bicycle* it is possible to make mercial, Elleusburg, W ash.; Latah
the Cubs w as perfect. T he u m p irin g I
tì ¿iu J vat I 1 il.Vioad at one small profit above actual factory cost. You save f i o
to < 2 $ middlemen's pro ids by buying direct cf us and bave lite manufacturer’s gu.tr-
was done by H ietsm an and m ore fair
I anice behind your b.c clc. 1 )0 N O T IU ! Y a bicycle or a pair of tires from anyone County
at a n y p r u e until you ree« tve our catalogues mid learn our unheard of fa c t o r y
w o rk could not be asked for, as he gave
Idaho; Chamber of Commerce,
I f r ic c s and r e m a rk a b le sP eci.il o ffers to r iu c r » g o u t s .
a p i r » i| I
r r n r>r.\ V'SOr'fTTI wh'-n you receive our beautiful catalogue and
the decisions so that fans and p layers
Missoula, Mont.; commercial clubs
¥t/U w i L L v k « n > !»t/i-JivJltU rt’-idy our superb models at the ‘w o n d erfu lly
le n v p ric e s we can make you this year. Wo sell the highest grade bicycles for less money
could both hear. T he battery fo r Esta-
i than any other factory.
We are satisfied with jfri.no profit above factory cost. of Stevens county, W ash.; Com
cadn was Thom pson and Bronson and for
_ n i U Y C L i l 1)14A L U M S , you can sell opt bicycles under your own came plate at
9 double"** * our prices. Ordcis filled the day received.
. . . . . . .
mercial Club, Medford, Ore.; Com
M on tavilla G ra v e l! and H aw orth . Score
.* L C O .N l) H A N D I5 IU Y C L K S . W e do not regularly handle second band bicycles, but
' usually have a nu:fth-.*r on hand taken in-trade by our Chicago retail stores. These we clear out
mercial Club and Fruit Growers’
E staead a 3 M ont tvilla 2. E rro rs E staca
at prices ringing iron U J to fid or 8 I<>. Descriptive bargain lists mailed free.
-------------- B in alo w h o o t». Im p o rte d r o lle r cim iti* and p e lla i», parts, repairs and
North Yakima, Wash ;
«1-. 2, M on tavilla ». S trik e outa, Thomp- CCAST'-.TBÍtli-á,
.a kind.-.. -WZ/L
Commercial Club, Lewiston, Idaho;
Sunnyside, Zillah and Spokane
r ; « >J S A M P L E FAsOt
Valley Fruit Growers’ associations
L t ì) TO n tsrM D O O E .O M L Y
Tlie Memorial I ay gams between
T k t r r z u l . i r r t t a i ! f r i a r al t h r u Urn it
and the Sutherlin Development
S SO t e r f . u r , I ./ /.* #»./.•■ . r t m . i U
tlie two Estaeada teams was a very u t ly o u a s a m f U f a i r lut t i . U , A It i ! ! , » /.-> l i s i ) .
r -, y j y a
amusing ©tie throughout, a number j CO KS&ETROliSLE TEOM PUXCTtifiEo f i *
The decisions of the trustees of
. r â I V L > S . * , T u - c 1 k . . s o r 1 (lia
* l..n o
A s n- w I I ill
I t i n n o t t I lo
I I t t th
t i n o a fV
» J ’ ;
of the old t me "fan s" taking part r.lr N A out.
p a in »old
In t t year.
A P 'X
the show to eliminate orchard land
o burniteti tfcouv A p ur» now »:: me*. Y * * * -'V
% - T" 4 #A.
in the playing. The score was 13 Over
companies from making the Chi
R tP rt .TrM«dc Inali «izes. ItlHi c’r t
vdutnblc: :ul lined:
. . -, ff*.
to 11 in favor of Haskins "hunch" <1 ciuleuvyi
cago show a vehicle for private ad-
of rubber, which ttev< r becomes ^
w dost » up s.nali puncture* without allow
the battery for Estaeada 2nd were ing theairtocaoape.
vertising, has met with general ap-
We l.ave hutum ls o f letter.'.from satis-
ing thatthcii tireshavconlyboeu pumped
Ilentlioru and Sparks and for Has ftcacustoinersst.il
ThV. proval and the companies are as-
up once or twice in a whole season. Th ey wei-.b limm •.cthan
ordinary lire, the puncture resist ittg qualities being ¡jivcn
kins ' ‘hunch” Brouson aud Has J au
_"*"KLA9%©ot£jd stating the various commercial or-
o » f i thin
fabric on the
u i i i . specially
. p » m u / |/i(’|>aiiu
tread. The regular price o f these tire» isJS.jjopi'r pair, but for
U x. EASY
kins. I ’ m ire Boswell.
ganizatious and fruit growers’ as-
r.ilvertl*inR purposes w earc m akin g a special laclory price to
, , „ _ ^
tically ev ery district in the Noith-
vvect Mill be adenuatcly represent
Why don’ t "th ey ” fix the meeting
Why don’ t “ they” have a choir?
Aud when the house is damp and
Why don’ t “ they” build a fire?
Why don’t "th e y ” have such
A s “ they” used to have back
Why don’ t "th e y " give a cordial
They seem as cold as stone!
Here's golden opportunity
For you, for them, for me!
Eacli has a share
In this affair
It isn’t "th ev” it’ s "w e .”
Be loyal man, say to yourself
' It’s up to me!”
—H. W. K u iii . m AN
H. B. CROSS
W IM .IA M HAMMOND
CROSS & HAMMOND
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Abstracts. R ea l lístale. Loaos. In su ran ce
O rbgon C it y ,
O rego n
Bcrry Crop Is Large
R e m e m b e r th e
»till at the old stand and witling to do
any of the work in his lint
GIVE HIM A CALL
cipal apple districts in Washington,
Oregon aud Idaho, where, he says,
the prospects were never better for
enormous yields of fruit. "Thous
ands of ncTes of new orchards will
come into liearing this season," he
added, "and, judging from the
hlocm-laden branches, the young
trees will give satisfactory results.
"When the plan of moving the
prize winning exhibits to Chicago
was first suggested, there was
some donbt as to its feasibility, but
the keen interest, the hearty co
operation and financial support ac
corded hv the various districts
quickly determined the matter.
Sufficient pledges have been re
ceived to justify the trustees an
nouncing that the Chicago expo
sition will lie undertaken following
the Spokane show, and we have
every tea: on to believe that prac-
T w o Carload Of Crates Ordered
T o T ake Care Of Berries
The berry raisers in and around
Estaeada are all very busy and an
excellent quality is being gathered.
The weather has been cool, which
has somewhat retarded rapid ripen
ing and has enabled the raisers to
take good care of their berries, al
though they are more tedious to
The local market has been good
and a small quantity only was
shipped last week, Sixteen linn-j
dred empty crates were received cn
Saturday. The growers had ordered
two carload blit they had not come
yet and they commenced to feel tin-1
easy, infact if it had not been for
the ones stored from last year they
would have been seriously crippled
as it is now with all the help they j
need a big crop will be gathered
here. Thev sold the last of the
week fur $ 1.2 5 per crate.
have a n y
P r i n t in g to be d o n e .
•o years -
E X P E R IE N C E
TR A Da M i s s t
D em o ns
C o p y r i g h t s A c .
An von« *«n ding a *k«trh and daacrtpflon m af
— --------------- wneth-----
_________ ______ I aironcT T orte _____ ________
Tatenta takon tbroush Munti A Co. recete#
tp fe io l norie«. w t iV n t eh*ree, tn thè
cnlatton o f an? arient ilio >>nrmU. T erm i, (3 #.
Leftr :_foor montfca, I L Soia by all rew arie*ler».
» Offlee. *Ì 25 V 8 L* Washington, li. i