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OCTOBER 21 WILL BE
ft mA MP r ' few B 'l V,1-'!'"'rt" I I I II IMll ,,MEvery child should has done WW October 21st has born nnmod Edison Day in honor of America';! great inventor. On that day every boy nnd girl i,hou!d be told somothlnc of the wonderful achievements of the man who, starting life as a newsboy, later Ravo to the world the incandescent electric lamp. Iho highest development cf his great invention is found today in - . EDISON MAZDA LAMPS To Ret the full Mvlng of EDISON MAZDA Lamps they should be used in every room cf every homo. They give from 3 to 6 times us much liRht as the old-stylo carbon lamps with out usiiir any moro electricity-giving you more light, better light and cheaper light. If your home isn't wired, let us show you how you can have it done now ut very little expense. Kl. WATCH WINDOW DISPLAY FOR FEATURES OF TEREST op E. A. ROTGER I III I -JiJaA-t.xtL3b 191 5 '.FORD. ON EXHIBIT I -- . rrr-AT THE - - independent auto garage I Hi ABOUT OCTOBER 10 (''''''Bsmbbbhhbsbbbmbbbbbbhhbbhbbsbbi DRY GOODS OF QUANTITY AND QUALITY AT QUANTITY PRICES. Tlmro lg no oxtrn churKe for the extra Malefaction you sot at this Htoro. We kIvo you quality, quuntlty nnd siitlHfactlon at tlia price of one. And that price la moving a tremendous lot or our Rooos. Jiint now we are selllnK a m.lomll.1 line of wuHlmblo rubrics tor smiiiunr wear. Tlioy are of all cIohIkiib and prices, from tlie Sunday wn to tlie Bnrvlcoablo every duy dress. v.v . Wo ospoclally ask you to see them, for the price la so VERY low wo know you cannot roslBt taking one home with you. Uottor see thorn now today for tlioy are going rapidly. I-i. MORaUS c5c SON "QUALITY, QUANTITY, FKlUJi. on the Continued from Page 6 a Iti "01appro"'lated Is descrll.ed ai follows: the ce er I .mof I 1VViMi) "tn"! Wldth' belng 30 feet ft each of hi on half ?pu Nfhalem HiBli way as surveyed over and across the 31) Towns!, YL r ,4 B0,liher"t qUttrter NB of Bectlon thlrtX one Mnrldan P ( ,D rth of ra"ge four 4) weHt of the Willamette itatli n Is approximately 615 feet west of the quarter corner which Is com- r iy-ffi: iz& Town8,,ip trh o? ranBe 4 weJ tK Pund,7n,f.n,?rhiMI5wE? U"i'7 Rrant be drawn on the Generttl Road ', i in ? 0,J ald Weslern Tlm,,er To., for the ahove sum and delivered hi I wi,i L f'10 "stained by it byr eason of the establishment of .ulil widnned, stralglaoned and changed road .nil ihlS ! J'"1' nBTtt0iIT TUl,ST co- 18 damaged in the sum of 1.00 ml the further damages as hereinafter specified by reason of the approprl- .,, L " ,"lrl? 0f Iand 8"tty (60) feBt ln wldth ' over and 1 fi.i !?d8 0.w.ned1hy Including all damages sustained to the re iinlnliiK portion of lands owned by it In anywise affected thereby. That lie strip of land so appropriated Is described as follows: A strip of land sixty (60) feet in width, being 30 feet on each side of lie center line of the Nohalem Highway as surveyed over and bctosb the .w.u. i kiw ink, 14) or the southeast quarter (SEV4) of sectl .VlUaUtte Merid.nW""",P fUr ' 'Ur 4) eW8t ' 1 . T ','? ttn tutlon 1191 x 14 of tlie Bal1 urvev which station Is apprlxl '""i V- i5 . wost of tlie 1uttrte'' corner which Is comon to sections 31 nu M rownshlp 4 north of range 4 west of the Willamette Meridian; ,0?" ,!! tt. ""thoaaterly direction approximately 1356 feet to station 5 . ? " ald Burvev wllch station is approximately 1300 feet south mo tio feet west of the aforementioned quarter corner containing icres. It Is further ORDERED that prior to opening said road or doing any vork on said premises that a warrant bed rawn on the General Road Fund n favor or said Detroit Trust Co., for the above sum and delivered to It ln ul rord amages sustained by It by reason of the establishment of said vldined,B tralglitotieda ndc hangedr oad. N1NTY FIltST: That BERNARD HOY EH is damaged In the sum of !. ? . y roason of u'e appropriation of a strip of land Blxty (60) feet ln ldlh fors aldr oad over and across lands owned by him. Including all laniagos sustained to the remaining portion of lands owned by him In any .e affected thereby. That thes trip of land so appropriated la described . follows: A strip of land sixty (CO) feet In width, being 30 feet on each side or lie center line of the Nehalem Highway as surveyed over and across the outheast quarter (SE4) of the southeast quarter (SE14) of section hlrty one (31 ) and the southwest quarter (SW14) of the southwest quarter (SWVi) of section thirty two (32) In Township four (4) north of range our (4) west of the Willamette Meridian. llnglnlnga ts tatlon 1204 x 70 of the said survey which Btatlon Is aproxl iiutely 976 feet north of the section corner which is comon to sections 31 mil 32, Township 4 north ofr ange 4 weBt or the Willamette Merldan and .oct Ions 5 and 6 Township 3 north of range 4 west of the Willamette Meri llan; thence running in a southeasterly direction approximately 1410 3 net to Btatlon 1218 x 90.3 of the said survey which station Is approximately 137 feet east of the aforementioned section corner containing ..... .acres It Id further ORDERED that prior to opening the said road or doing any ork on said premlBes that a warrant bed rawn on the General Road Fund n favor of said Bernard Royer for the above sum and delivered to him ln ullf or damages sustained by him by reason of the establishment of said widened, straightened andc hanged road. As to the amount of thef urther damages or John J. Rupp and A. J. Adams and Edlln Peterson it is turther ordered by the Counrt that berore ipenlng the road the timber thereon be estimated and paid tor at the rate f $1.00 per M for all timber taken or destroyed by the Court by reason if the location of saidr oad. As to the amount of thef urther damages to be paid to Fir Tree Lumber 1o., The Duliois Lumber Co., The Western Timber Co., The Detroit TruBt 'n., The Appledale Land Co., for all lands appropriated by this order out iltle of the limits of the present old road as located the damages to be iHcertaincd by the amount of land appropriated and to be paid for at the guessed value per acre prior to opening said road. Whereupon Court adjournedu ntll Saturday, September 19, 1914. Saturday, Sept. 19, 1914, 8th Judlclat Day. Court came pursuant to ad nurnment. Otllcers all present. Due proclamation being made the follow ing proceeding were had: Matter of Ilids for Improvement of I'lttsburg-St. Helens Road. On tills duy this matter coming on for hearing as per duly advertised lotico thereof, bids for constructing ap ortion of the Pittsburg-St. Helens Highway between Trenholm and the Smith Ranch, wer opened and examin ed by the Court being as folows: , JKKl'ltEY A Hl'KTOX Embankment, haul not to exceed 300 feet, the sum of $.25 per cu. yd. Kiirtli Excavation, haul not to exceed 300 feet the Bum or $.25 perc u. yd. :iard raii,h aul not to exceed 300 feet the sum of $.38 per cu. yard. !.iione Hock, haul not to exceed 300 teet, the sum of $.60 per cu. yard. 3liell Hock, haul not to exceed 360 feet, the sum or $.60 per cu. yard, oft Hock haul not to exceed 300 feet thes um or $.60 per cubic yard, .lard Hock hauln ot to exceed 300 feet the sum of $1.00 per cubic yard. Hard Hock Borrow, haul not to exceed 300 feet the sum of $1.00 per cu. yd. ny of tlie above named materials hauled more than 300 feet the sum of ;o.02 for each adltional 100 feet, leuring, light, tlie sum of $100.00 per acre, .'tearing, heavy, the sum of $140.00 per acre, drubbing, thes um of $1.60 pers quare rod. Wrought Iron and spikes in structures, the sum of $0.07 per pound. Timber and plank In structures, the sum of $30.00 per 1000 feet board measure. IMIIng cut off, in structures the sum of $0.30 per lineal foot. v 1'lllng, driven ln structures the sum of $0.30 per lineal foot. f orrucated Iron Pipe, ln place 12" diameter the sum of $1.60 per lin. ft. I'orrugated Iron Pipe, In place, 18" diameter the sum or $2.00 per lineal ft. Corrugated Iron Pipe In place 24" diameter, the sum or $2.75 per lin. ft. Corrugated Iron Pipe, In place, 30" diameter thes um or $4.00 per lin. ft. Concrete Pipe, in place 18" diameter the sum of $2.25 ped lin ft. Concrete Pipo, In place, 24" diameter, the sum of $3.25 per lineal tt. Concrete J'ipt, in place, 12" diameter, the Bum or $1.75 per lineal root. Concrete. Class "A", the sum or $17.00 per cubic yard. Concrete, Class "B", thes um of $16.00 per cubic yard. Concrete, CIbsb "C", the sum of $15.0 perc ubic yard. Reinforcing steel, In place, the sum or $6.00 peril undred pounds. K. A. (iKSSKLI, Embankmont, haul not to exceed 300 feet, the sum of 25c per cu. yd. Earth Excavation, haul not to exceed 300 feet, the sum of 25c per cu. yd. ilnrd Pan, haul not to exceed 300 feet, ho sum of 42c per cu. yd. I.ooro Hock, haul not to exceed 300 feet, the sura of 38c per cu. yd. Shell Itock.li aul not to exceed 300 feet, the sum of 61c per cu. yd. Soft Hock, haul not to exceed 300 feet, the sum or 63c per cu. yd. ' Hard Hock, haul not to exceed 300 reel, the sum of 90c perc u. yd. Hard Hock Korrow, haul not to exceed 300 reet the sum or $1.00 per cu. yd. Hip Hap, loose, haul not to exceed 300 reet the sum or $1.10 per cu. yd. Kip Hap, hand-placed, h aul not to exceed 300 reet, the sum or $2.00 per cu. yd. Any or the above materials hauled more than 300 reet, the sum or 3c for inch aditional 100 reet. Clearing, light, the sum or $70.00 per acre. Clearing, heavy, the usm or $145.00 per acre. Grubbing, the Biim or $1.60 per squarer od. Wrought Iron and spikes lnstructures, the sum or 76c per pound. limber andp lank In structures, the sum or $35.00 per 1000 reet, board measure. Timber ('ribbing, ln structures, the sum or $4.00 per square yard. Piling, cut off. in structures, the sum of 30c perl lneal foot. IMIIng, driven in structures, the sum or 60c per lineal foot. Blind Stone Drains, thes um of $1.25 perl lneal foot. Tile Drains, In place 4" diameter (porous tile) the sum of 30c per lin. ft! Corrugated Iron Pipe, In place, 12" diameter, the sum of $1.40 per lin ft. Corrugated Iron Pipe, ln place, 18" diameter, the sum of $2.20 per lin. ft. Sorrugated Iron Pipe, in place 24" diameter, the sum of $2.70 per lin. ft. Concrete Pipe, ln place, 12" diameter the sum of $1.30 perl lneal foot. Concrete Pipe, in place, 18" diameter, the sum of $2.30 per lineal foot. Concrete Pipe, in place, 24" diameter, the sum of $2.90 ped lineal foot. Vitrified Tile, lnp lace B ammeter, tnes um or hoc per uneai toot. Vitrified Tile, lnp lace, 10" diameter, the sum of $1.15 per lineal foot. Vitrified Tile, in place, 12" diameter, the sum of $1.40 per lineal root. Vitrified Tile, In place, 18" diameter, thes um or $2.30 per lineal root. Vitrified Tile, in place, 24" diameter, t eh'sum of $4.25 per lineal foot. Itolnforcod Concrete Pipe, in place, 12" diameter, thes um or 01.80 per lin. Holnforced Concrete Pipe, lnp lace, 18" diameter the sum of $2.75 per lineal foot. Rainforced Concrete Pipe in place, 24" diameter, the sum ot 03.60 per lineal foot. Rotnforced Concrete Pipe. In place, 36" diameter, the sum of $4.70 per lineal foot. Reinforced Concrete ripe, ln place 48"-diameter, the sum or 07.10 per lineal root. . .. Ruble Masonry, (dry) 1' to 6' high, the sum of 71.80 per square yard. Continued next week 1 Steel LJ SPEED SHELLS Arrow and Nitro CliiH for thort. StMl Lined, all th x pi oihr force kept Wk of the ahot. No tide expanuon. A straight away blow that get the load then quick. You take a shorter lead on the fait bird get moro of them. To get the Speed Sheila be sure to tee the Red Ball Mark of Remingtoo-UMC on very oom. To Iimp tow eon cleaned and kibtlcatW right, um Run Oil, th naw powder o Irani, root prereatauve. and aua lubvkaat. Etaunrtoa Arau-Uaioa Metallic Carlri itn f tit lnn. Mew Tara EUROPEAN PLAN AMERICAN PLAN EVERYTHING MODERN AT THE ST. HELENS HOTEL J. GEORGE, Proprietor ALL BUSSES CALL AT HOTEL RATES $1.00 AND UP SPECIAL RATES TO REGULAR BOARDERS TveM0TeaterOreorT3 With new hiiiMinivi 1.... . ....... 1 "-" yiuunua, 100 many au ditions to its faculty, the Univerair ol Oregon will begin its thirty-ninth year Tuesday, September 13. Special training lor Business, Joti-. ..i.iU, mw, medicine. Teachins IJ. y. 7 ...,, .raiDinganj l ine Art. 1 3rtrCf mrA ar. a I o! Iibcritl education. Library ol nor ihan volume, two (redid lyiurDiiump, In built. o., fully Bulicicir to rowr.e i roosir"itco Tu.tiuD Fret l.'oim.w.ficr Iwi dun and for womin Expr&Mt tcvueti V'itt lor citnlos and Klu.t'Mtt! Uktci. , Aod:tting Rrfinif, i 1 WHEN BUYING Consider the house that stands behind the goods it sells. There is so much deceptive hardware on the market that no reliable dealer will ever r.AJ.r.WA GUARANTEE any article until he KNOWS UflUUHaimi it has QUALITY. WE GUARANTEE OURS and -that is the best advertisement that we could ever write. MUCKLE HARDWARE CO. 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