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The C hristian Church.
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E S T A C A D A
H O M E
¿’ r e a c h i n g
B A K E R Y
H E N R Y V. AD1X. M. L
G roeries &
P H Y S IC IA N & SURGEO N
Bakery G oods
OFFICH, ADJOINING RKSIDKNCH I
Local and Long Distance Telephone
The doctor’s phone eau lie connecte« ,
uith your home phone Ht night if re
quested. One long ring
3 loaves of bread fo
one loaf and 2 tickets
loaves and 1 ticket.
Dr. W. K. H a v ila n d
O ffice on M a i n St. b e t w e e n I - t
a n d 2n d . T e l e p h o n e C o n n e c tio n s
Residence H otel Estacada \
O R SET S
(• OT ¿OLD IN 6 TC. tc)
Dr. L. A . W E L L
\ f t i r c c ' r - * - -ide t ? fit y o .
Ask h * a
utm<r Jtr.t L: •
:cphc.»e c r s .n t 1 poc.ift-'¿u
D E N T IS T
M rs. C. F
PORTLAN D. OREGON
Will l>e in Estacada on Fridays
Saturday. Appointments may
made with Dr. Adiz.
J. W. MILLER
All w ork guaranteed
A T T O R N E Y -A T -L A W
N O TA R Y P U B L IC
1 1 a. in.
Y . P. S. C. K.
7 P- ni.
• 7:45 p. m.
Wm. Krttash is building a 2 2 *
The public cordially invited to all ser 26 addition onto his residence.
vices. W. G iv k n s , Pastor.
F'red Rarlholmew left Sunday to
spend the summer iu eastern Ore
N O T IC E O F H E A R IN G F IN A L A C C O U N T
In the County Court of the State of gon.
Oregon, for the County of Clackamas.
F. N. Fanton was in town one
In the matter of the estate of John C.
day last week and made this office
Notice is hereby given that Henry a pleasant call.
Schmidt, administrator “ de l>onis non” ,
D. M Marshall is erecting a bun
with the will annexed, of the estate of
John (J. Schmidt, deceased, has tiled in galow just north of town. The
the County Court of the State of Oregon, buildiug is 26x40.
for the County of Clackamas, his final
A . Bonny was working at Port
account as such administrator “ de bonis
non” with the will annexed and said land the latter part cf last week,
Court has bv an orJer duly made and repairing automobiles.
entered, appointed Monday the 26 ’ day
Mrs, F . Lewellen oi Woodstock,
of May, 1913. at the hour of 10 o’clock
in the forenoon, in the court room of Ore , is here visiting with her
said Court, iu Oregon City in said daughter Mrs. W iley Howell aud
County and State, as the time and place family.
for hearing objections to said account
Mr. and Mrs Wm Uuderwood
an«l for settlement of the same.
Dated this 2 2 day of April A. D. 1913. went to Uuderwood, W ash', this
week where they intend to remain
Administrator ” de bonis non” with the for some time.
will annexed, of the Estate of John C.
Chas Dubois will leave to install
Date of first publication April 24, 1913.
the saw mill on the large tract of
Date of last publication May 26, 1913.
timber purchased by
Claude \V. Devore, Attorney for the es
N O TIC E O F
F IN A L S E T T L E M E N T .
In the County Court for the State of
L is t y o u r F a r m s a n d Oregon,
County of Clackamas.
Estacad a. O re go n
In the Matter of the Estate of Peter
A c e r a g e w it h
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed, as administrator of said estate
learn Work and H/iulinq by
has filed in said court his final settlement
the Day or Contract
account of said estate and the Court has
O re g o n set Monday the 26th day of May, 1913,
E sta c a d a
W O O D delivered in a ly qnantitj
at 10 o’clock forenoon in the County
ist class 4 foot wood
Court room, in Oregon City, Clackamas
County, Oregon as the time and place
slalnvood delivered at $2.0 0 [>e'
for final hearing and settlement of said
cord. 16 inch at $ 2 .5 0 per load
( I nco rpo rated )
All persons interested are hereby noti
W . M. YOPJCE
Published fvcrv T h u rs d a y Morning üt fied to appear and show cause why said
account should not be allowed and said
estate declared settled and said admin
M. H. B O YLE, Editor and Manager istrator discharged and his bond released.
T A IL O R
W. H. Mattoon,
Administrator of Said Estate.
gntered at the pcstoffica In Estacada. Oregon as
second class mall
Date of first publication April 24, 1913.
Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing
Date ot last publication May 22, 1913.
Ladies W ork a Specialty
S U B S C R IP T IO N R A T E S
3ne year...................................................... „....$1 00 Claude W. Devore
Suits made to measure.
50 Attorney for Estate.
EST A C A D A , ORE
Thursday, May 8, 1913
— Jerry Jones —
Sa m u e l M cLean
The OregoivFire Relief Asso- jfj
ciation of McMinnville
with $ 2 42.000 reserves, solicits your
M e th o d ist E p isc o p a l C h u rc h
Sunday School - - - io a. m
S e r m o n .........................1 1 a. in.
8 p ill.
Epworth League - - - 7 p. m
Prayer meeting Thursday 8 p in
The public cordially invited to all
\V. R. F. Browne, Pastor.
Jo h n B ro w n
G re s h a m , Oregon
G resh a m , 5 1 3
Or leave word at this office
I also have the OREGON MERCHANTS
and BEAVER STATE INSURANCE COS.
Livery, Feed 4 Sale
Good rigs and careful drivers always
S P E C IA L
A T T E N T IO N
Hunting and Fishing Parties
J. V. B A R R
B L A C K S M IT H
l> still al the old »land and willing lo d<
any ot the work in hi» line
G IV E HIM A C A L L
W e 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. K R IEG E R
-----P R O P R IE T O R
A g e n t—A.
A. E. Sparks
Reed & Sparks
Repairing uf All kinds
Plumbing and flectric
The best separator made.
For Sale By
H f. Gibson
Patronize your home merchants.
They have it good fresh vege-
tables. Go and see them. Fred
E g g s F o r H a t c h i n g — Rhode
Island Reds, Buff Orphingtons.
farmers prices, 75 cents.—J. W .
Moxley, Morrow station
LO CAL N EW S AND
P E R S O N A L M E N T IO N
In the County Court of the State of Oregon for tho
County of Clackamas.
In the matter of the estate of Josh Coyr.e d e
T o Mrs. Jane Coyne Roe. and all persons interested
In the estate of said deceased.
In the Name of the State of Oregon:
You are hereby cited and required to appear and be
in the county court of the 3 tate of Oregon, for the
county of Clackamas, at the county court room of said
court, on the 19th day of May. 1913 at the hour of
10 o ’clock In the forenoon of said day, then and there
show cause, if any exist, why an order of sale should
not be granted to W . H. Mattoon. administrator of the
estate of said deceased, to sell ihe following real es
tate. to wit: the north half of the northwest quarter of
Section Fourteen (1 4 ) in Township Four (4 ) South,
Range Four (4 ) east of Willamette Meridian.
Clackamas county. Oregon containing eighty (8 0 )
acres at private sale.
T h is citation is served upon such heir* at law of
said deceased, residing outstide the State of Oregon,
by publication for four successive weeks In the Esta
cada Progress a newspaper printed and published in
said Conntjr. by order of the Hon. R. B. Beattie.
Judge of the above entitled court.
W itness the Hon. R . B. Beatie. judge of said court
this 12th day o f . April 1913.
Attest: W . L. Mulvey. clerk, by E. T . Quinn
SUM M O NS
IN T H E C IR C U IT C O U R T OF T H E S T A T E O F
O R E G O N FO R T H E C O U N T Y O F C L A C K A M A S
Laura R ipley Mac».. Plaintiff
W a n t e d — Highest
p a id
T h e unknown heirs of John Murphy, deceased; John
for eggs at the Palace Meat Market Francis Van den Eynde; Hypollte Hayes: Mrs.
Cath Van den Eynde. and the unknown belts of John
Francis Plerens, deceased: also all other persons or
parties unknown, claiming any right, title, estate.
M o n e y t o L o a n — I n am ounts Hen or other Interest In the real estate decrlbed in
the complaint herein. Defendants.
from $200 up on real estate security
IN T H E N A M E O F T H E S T A T E O F O R E G O N
You and each of you are hereby required to appear
W . A . Heylman
and answer the comp'aint filed against >ou in the
above entitled suit, on or before the 21 st. day of June,
Anyone wanting a new piano A. D. 1913, and if you fall to appear and answer for
thereof the plaintiff will apply to the court for
will find a good bargain by calling want
tho relief demanded in said complaint, as follows, to-
on L . E . Bel fils.
For a judgment and decree by which It shall be de
clared and adjudged that each of said defendants,
Eyes tested and glasses fitted e ther or any of them have no estate or interest
whatever in and to the following described land and
Office hours 1 to 5 P. M. Office premises, to-wit;
over First State Bank.
T h e Southeast quarter of the Southwest quarter of
Section thirty (3 0 ), Township T w o (2)J South of
Dr. Geo. Inglis, Gresham, Ore.
Range F ive (5 ) East of the Willamette Meridan.
Also beginning at the southeast corner of the south
east quarter of the southwest quarter of Section 30.
Anconas Eggs, 7 5 C ÎS . per setting thence East 80 rods: thence North 20 feet: thence
W est 80 rods; thence South 20 feet to the place of
E S Shankland.
beginning. Save and except from the last abovo de
One mile north of Estacada.
scribed tract the right of the public to use the 3ame
for road purposes.
And that the title of the plaintiff Is good and valid:
First class thoroughbred Jersey and for further decree that said defendants, either or
bull for service at the city pound. a n y o fth e m .b e forever enjoined and debarred from
asserting any claim whatever in and to said land and
premises adverse to the plaintiff, and for such other
and further relief as to this Honorable Court shall
Palace Meat Market.
seem meet and agreeable to equity.
T h is aummons Is poblished pursuant to an order
F o r S a le
made by rhe Honorable E. A. Eakin. Judge of the
For sale a snap by owner - j o Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for Clackamas
County on the 5 day of May. A. D. 1913.
I acres of A No. 1 land, 12 acres T h e date of the first publication of this summon
Fast terms. Enquire of being May 8 . 1913. the date of the last publication
being June 19. 1913.
ICarl Jones, Estacada. 4t
WM. A C AR TE R
J. L. H A M M E R S L Y
W ill sell or tiad e good bred sheep
WM. HAM M OND.
Attorneys f ir Plaintiff.
| for m ilk cows
Mrs. and Miss Dockendorf of!
Everett, Wash , are visiting their
Last week a team of C. R L o v
ell's became frightened and ran
away but was caught before any
damage was done.
While hurrying into his house
last F'riday evening, Mr. Congdon
collided with a screen door, which
he bad forgotten was there and as
a consequence has been wearing a
large piece of court plaster on his
Th e home of Mr. and Mrs. I.est-
er Hale nearly became inflamed one
day last week when a large kettle
of greeee in the stove caught fire.
Mrs Hale huiriedly gave the alarm
and several men soon came and ex
tinguished the flames which had
already begun to take bold of the
Dubois Lumber Co.
C. E. DUBOIS, Manager.
W e deal in all kinds of building
material including Lumber, Lath,
Sash, Doors, Sand, Gravel, Lime,
Plaster, Brick. Cement, Etc.
orders promptly filled.
Head Office Broadway, Phone Mine 103
W aterbury C8t> Chapman
Most of the farmers are through
N. Nitchman went away for a
few days for his health.
The farmers are getting up their
wood for the wood saw.
“A Satisfied Customer Always
Have improved W hile Salmon or
T w o familits have moved up on
Hood River fruit land to trade for
the Walter Paulson homestead.
Miss Armstrong and Miss Veketa
P. F. Standish.
called on William Held Saturday.
Don’ t forget the moving picture
C. A . Johnson and his niece
show will be Friday night instead
Flora spent Suuday with friends in
of Saturday night this week. At
this show there will be special
Mrs. Wisner returned home from
Washington, Co., and her mother
Monday, May 19th will be Esta- accompanied her.
cada's clean up day. T h e ladies
of the Civic Improvement Club will
serve hot coffee and sandwiches to
James Gibson was a Barton visi
tor on Monday.
The Rev. Dr. Kimball, Dean of
Dick Gibson is the proud possess
Kimball College of Theology, W il
or of a fine young colt.
lamette University will preach at
Th is is very pleasant weather we
T h e management will endeavor to giv e the patrons of this
the Garfield M K. Church next
are enjoying at the present time.
Sunday at 3 P. M.
show, the best service available.
Show starts promply at 7:30
G 'ts Burnett the road supervisor
A number of students of all ages has commenced work on the roads.
received instructions in dancing
Mr. and Mrs. E d Douglass at
$to a week
under the supervision
tended the ball game at Estacada
Standish at the Odd Fellow 's hall
last Saturday evening
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Driscoll oi
Th e calico dance given bv the Spokane are the guests of Mr. and
ladies of the Rebekali lodge in the Mrs. H. G. llimtiiigton.
A L L M O DERN C O N V E N IE N C E S
Odd Fellow's building last Friday
Th e entertaiument and bow social
uight was well attended and every
given at the school house Saturday
one had an enjoyable time.
One oi the most delightful Resorts on the Coast ¡ 1
evening by Miss Echo Githens was
Attorney Bartlett was notified very well attended. A n excellent
Local and Tourist Trade Solicited
that the Supreme Court awarded a program was rendered. Fourteen
decision to his client J. F Lovelace bows were sold which brought
in the Lovelace vs. Meyer case $22. to. A . W . Cooke being uti
which was argued before that court able to be present J. P. Strahl acted
T H E F A M IL Y T H E A T E R
Motion Picture Show
Every Saturday and Sunday Evenings
The Hotel Estacada
The Bradford Hardware base
hall team of Portland will play the
local team here Sunday afteruoon.
Turn out. see a good game and
stop knocking the team when you
have no reason for doing so.
The pupils of the 7th grade gave
a surprise party, May ist., on Miss
Vera Cowan. Games were played
and refreshments were served after
which May baskets were hung. A
very enjoyable time was had.
ing trip and were allowed to inspect
Mr. Brown purchased a cow and
the electric plants at River Mill and calf ot a Mr. Arquette at Colton.
Mattie Mapletborpe is spending a
few days with her sister, Mrs. Ray
Look for Aphis on your apple Keith of Estacada.
Is a boon to the woman who
wants to chauge from the beef,
mutton, lamb or pork of »very day
use. Sugar cuied hams and bacon,
perfectly'spiced sausages and frank
furters, bologna and livers» urst that
to see is to get greedy for.
and look them oyer.
Palace Meat Market
Mr. Carl Anderson is away ped-
A car load of agricultural stu
dents from the Agricultural college
Sw ifus made a business
at Corvallis were in towu last Kri-
day. Th ey were out on a sight see trip to Liberal last week.
_ The gooselierry worm is reported
to he busy again.
OUR PROVISION COUNTER
Miss Edith Chapman has come
to speud the summer with her sis
ter, Mrs. R . B. Gibson. Miss
Chapman is a graduate of the New
Faigland Conservatory of Music, of
Boston, an accomplished pianist
and an experienced teacher. She
will doubtless have a large class as
several have already expressed tbeir
desire to study with her.
A crowd of the young folks at
tended the services at the Colton
school house Sunday P. M.
Mrs. Lee W ills was a Portland
Dan Stahlnecker made a trip to
visitor for several days last week.
Wilsonville to look at some horses,
Mr. F. FJ. Cook of Portland was as he is intending to buy a team,
out Suuday to arrange for the spring
Mr. A . F.imon who is working
work on his ranch.
in Portland came home Saturday
Mrs. A. O. Whitcomb served evening, returning to his work
dinner fer the three ''bachelors” Sunday.
last Friday eveuiug.
F. M. Cadonau and family stayed
says that, " it over night at the home of J. M.
doesn't pay to fumigate a portable Park on their way to a place near
chicken house with fire.”
Eugene where he is employed.
A very enjoyable birthday sur
prise party was given Mrs. II. G.
S p r in g w a t e r
Trowbridge last Thursday evening
Bill Jones is busy hauling plugs
at the home of Miss Roberta Reid.
for Bittner Boylan & Co.
Music, cards and refreshments were
Mr. Vose of Highland is plowing
the diversions of the evening.
V . Lingelbach, *2 t
putting in the grain for L-
O n and after M onday, M a y
Dr. Kimball, Dean of the K im
Indian Runner dm-k eggs f<>rj12th, only one d elivery a day ball Theological College at Salem, Rath.
sale, .so cts. per dozen. On old
Mr. and Mrs. Jean Lewellen took
! not later than 10:30.
Get your will preach at the Nora Memorial
Church, Sunday May it.
E v e r y -) dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Millard 1
.orders in early.
R S . Ludlow,
one is cordially invited to con e. S inday.
C ary ’s Merc. Co.
Special music will be offered by the
Dr. Geo. Inglis treats eyes
Mrs. F. Bittner made a trip to I
Portland Wednesday to meet her [
N O T IC E
and fits glasses.
mother Mrs. McCarthie, who came
The Civic Improvement Club
j filled frames and testing, $4.50
from Pendleton, Ore., to visit with
will hold its next meeting Wednes
steel frames $2 50.
H ou rs, 1
Mrs E . S. Shankland spent the her a few w eeks.
day afternoon, May 14, at the town
1 to 5-30 P. M .
hall. A ll meetings will he held at first of this week iu Portland.
I John Park. Frank Bittner and j
rirM -vtate I 3 an ic ,G rjsh a m Ore. ¡this place until further notice
Mrs M oxley has been «pending Ernest Boylan played !n tile F.sta-,
The Odd Fellow's lodge will con- « few days iu Portland on business, cada base ball team last Sunday i
Jil.l re tve 1 a ca V <>,id ol floor fer the ?nd degree upon a cam ll-1 Miss Jennie
Shankland spent «gainst the Moose team of Portland
ing and finish Itlmlie*
'date Saturday night,
Work in Wednesday of this week in Port , *le score being to to 0 iu favor of
Estacada Lumber Co
it tird degree, May 19.
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