Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, October 19, 1916, Image 9

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POOD O U O a c n N P -, MEN
s w it c h in g pro m o u p im a r t
t o b a c c o .)
Notice of goad Budget Meeting
Notice is hereby given that,
pursuant to Chapter 234, Gener­
al Laws o f Oregon 1913, and
Chapter 222, General Laws o f Or­
egon 1915, a meeting o f the legal
voters o f Road District No. 33,
Clackamas County, Oregon, will
be held at Madden’s Hall, in said
j District on the 28th day o f Octo­
ber, 1916, at the hour o f 2 o ’ clock
I P. M., for the purpose o f consid-
I ering the following estimates of
| the amount o f money to be raised
by special tax in said District for
the.ensuing year.
Invites Your Patronage
Cash Paid For Eggs
Fred Jorg,
Proprietor
Phone Main 83.
Broadway
t starada, Oregon
Pheasant 5 ason Closes Oct. 15th
Deer Season Is On
Stock o f new Ammunition now ready
Fishing Tackle— Hunting and Fishing Licenses
ROADS and HIGHWAYS
Improvement and maintenance of
Kandles towards Closner
Road
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-
$500
Reid-Stormer Road
300
Bard Road
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-
400
Shibley Road
-
300'
Route No. 2 Road
-
200
Kilgore and Mahr Hills
400
I Genserowski towards Kel­
ler Road
•
-
900
PROBABLE RECEIPTS None
BALANCES None
Subscribed by three resident
freeholders o f said district and
| by the road supervisor o f said
j district this 16th day o f October,
i 1916.
Ed. Closner, Freeholder
S. N. Kilgore,
G. W. Keller,
I Frank Millard, Road Supervisor
Road District, No. 33
A Few Bargains in Fly Rods
Ed Boner’s
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Estacada
Hermon A. Lewis
Ballot Number 69
FOR
Joint Senator
14th Senatorial District
(Clackamas, Columbia and Multnomah
Counties)
Advocates:-
Economical Legislation, Budget
System, Good Roads, But No
Bonds, Pay As We Go, Opposed
To Graft.
Has No Ax To Grind.
Let The Country Be Represented.
(Paid Advertisement)
Notice of Road Budget Meeting
H E N a gentleman gets acquainted through ana
th- ighwith \V-B C U T Chewing, he finds that the
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commo'i sense of it helps him across a feature of ordi­
nary tobacco he never did like. The shreds o f tobacco
gi\ e -’ t the tobacco satisfaction without so much grinding
an ¡fitting—the salt ¡-.alps bring out the good tobacco
ta. e—and because it’s rich tobacco, a small chew lasts
and satisfies.
Mid. br WEYMAN-BRUTON COMPANY. 50 Union Sipnrc, New York City
A New Model Typewriter!
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O liver ;
n U Standard VUMa W rit,*
BUY IT NOW!
Yes, the crowning typewriter triumph is here!
It is just out, and
com es
years before experts expect­
ed it. For makers have striven a life-time to attain
this ideal machine. And Oliver has won again, as we
scored when we gave the world its firpt visible wrilirg.
Notice is hereby given that,
I pursuant to Chapter 234, General
Laws o f Oregon 1913, and Chap
ter 222, General Laws o f Oregon There is truly no other typewriter on earth like this new Oliver ‘9’ .
1915, a meeting of the legal vo­ Think of touch so light that the tread o f a kitten will run the kev.-!
ters o f Road District No. 4,
W A R N IN G
C A U T IO N
Clackamas County, Oregon, will
This
brilliant
new Oliver comes at
J be held at Curi insville School
The new-day advances that come
the old-time price. Iteo stsn o more
along
on
this
machine
are
all
con­
] House, in said District on the
than lesser makes now out-of-date
| 28th day o f October, 1916, at the trolled by Oliver. Even our previ­
when compared with this discovery.
ous model» -famous in their day -
hour o f 2 o ’clock P. M., for the never had the Optional Duplex Shift.
For while the Oliver’ s splendid new
features are costly wo have equal­
purpose o f considering the fol­
It puts the whole control o f 84
ized the added expense to us by sim­
lowing estimates o f the amount letters and characters in the little
plifying construction.
o f money to be raised by special fingers of the right and left hands.
Resolve right now to see this great
tax in said District for the en­ | And it lets you write th**m all with
achievement before you spend a dol­
only 28 keys, the least to operate o f
suing year.
lar for any typewriter. I f you are
ROADS and HIGHWAYS
Improvement and maintenance of
Main Road
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-
$700
Saling Road
-
175
Taylor Road
-
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425
Steinman Road
-
350
Heiple Road
-
-
200
any standard typewriter made.
Thus writers o f all other machines
can immediately run the Oliver Num­
ber ‘9’ with more speed and greater
ease.
using some other make you will want
to see how much more this one does.
If you are using an Oliver, it nat­
urally follows that you want the
finest model.
Remember this hrand-new Oliver ‘9’ is the
greatest value ever given in a typewriter.
It has all our previous special inventions visible writing, automatic
spacer, 6 1-2 ounce touch plus the Optional Duplex Shift, Selective
Color Attachment and all these other new-day features.
Yet we have decided to sell it to everyone everywhere on our fa ­
mous payment» plan 17 cents a day! Now every user can easily afford
to have the world’ s crack visible writer, with the famous PR INTYPE,
that writes like print, included FREE if desired.
17 cents a day!
PROBABLE RECEIPTS None
^ALANCES None
Subscribed by three resident
freeholders o f safd district and
I by the road supervisor of said
! district this 17th day o f October, T O D A Y W rite for full details and be among the first to know
about this marvel o f writing machines.
See why typists, employers,
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and individuals everywhere are flocking to the Oliver. Just mail a post­
R. H. Currin. Freeholder
al at once. No obligation. I t’ s a pleasure for us to tell you about it.
E. R. Heiple,
You can rent an Oliver typewriter three months for $4.
E. E. Saling
J. A. Kitching, Road Supervisor
T H E O L IV E R T Y P E W R IT E R C O M P A N Y ,
Load District, No. 4
1193 Oliver Typewriter Bldg.,
Chicago, III.