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H E N R Y V A D IX .M .L
P H Y S IC IA N & SURGEON
OPFICU, ADJOtNINO RRSIDRS'CR
Local and Long Distance Telephone
The >loctor*B phone can he connectei
with your U«mie phone at niglu ii re
quested. One lon^ ring.
* Ur. Wells entertained liis mother
from Portland Friday night.
They have it good fresh vegt-
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Butler at
Published Fverv Thursday Morning At tables. Go at)d see them. Fred
tended the Ko.se Festival Tuesday.
The P. R L. P- Co. Uav.- bought
M. H. HOYLE. Editor ami Manager i M onkv to L oan —I n amounts!8 piano to !>-• used at the pavilion
..... .in,. «■Miiic* is E m * . o»no»i u from $200 up on real estate sccu: ity
U W. Cary am! wire visited rela-
second class inai.
\V. A. Hevlm&n
tf. ] lives in Portland the first of the
One year ....
Anyone wanting a new piano
This office turned out job work
6nd a Rood bargain by calling \ . , he , lve Wire Theatre Co. of
;cn l „ E. B e I fi Is.
‘ Boring this week .
Thursday. June 12 . 1013
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Make preparations to attend the
41I1 of July celebration at Estacada.
A great big time assured.
The best ball gam? of the season
was played last Sunday when the
home team crossed bats with the
Timm Cress boys of Portland.
Score 3 to 7 in favor of Estacada.
Born - T o Mr. and
closner a I0 ,b ^
Floyd Sperliu nitile^a business
Mrs Bartlett and daughter Helen trip to Portlaud Thursday.
W a n t e d —Highest price paid
J. W. MILLER
for eggs at the Palace Meat Market spent the day Mouday at the Ewing
Mr. Blazer from Portland spoke
home at the upper dam.
the Grange Hall Saturday night,
N. L . S. Lowry attended a Scot his topic was Socialism.
E X P E R T IIO RSKSH O KR
George H Douglas, violin teach
O f fico o n M a i n St. b e tw e e n 1st
tish Rile Mason banquet in Port
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Bittner. Mr.
er. Anyone desiring to take le; -
e n d 2n d . T e l e p h o n e C o n n e c tio n s
All work guaranteed
land Saturday evening.
Mis. R D. Boylan and Mt. and
Residence Hotel Estacado
A family by the n 1111? of Richard - ! Mrs Ji. Lewellen took diuner with
The Christian Church.
JUNE 23 Aug. t, 1913
son has moved into the bouse late- ! the Wilcox Kilgore family Sunday
io a, m. I
. „ ,
For Sale or Rent—Two lots, 4 ly vacated by Al Lindsay.
Or. . A W E L L S
P reachin g
1 1 a . 111.
Prank Bittner and Ernest Boylan
Twenty-five Instructors—Fifty Courses Distinguished Eastern
y . r. s. e. r .
7 p. in. I room house, ham and chicken
7:45 p. 111. | house.
In east side of Estacada. visit I her sister Mrs. Morton Sat -1 ,,p the Tillamook coast and report Educators Added to Regular Faculty.
The public cordially invited to all ser
Enquire at tins office.
urday uight and Sunday.
the place a very favorable one. University Domitories Open. Board and Room at $3.50 per
Will be in Estacada on Frida)» Rttf vices. \V. G iv k n s , Pastor.
A large number of Estacada While there they visited Mr. New-
Satnr lys. Appointments may be
mailt with I)r. Adiz.
people are attending the rose festi hirter and Mr. Kandle formerly of
M ethodist E p iscap al C h u rch
Dairying is the main Reduced Railroad Rates
val in Portland this week.
Sunday School - - - to a. m.
5 room house.
force in Tillamook.
B. F. Ford aud family arc in
S e r m o n ........................ 11 a. nt.
Bath and toilet in house.
For Complete Illustrated Catalog, Address
'C L A U D E W. D E V O R E
8 p ni. acres. Adjoining town. Enquire Portland this week visiting at the
G ISTRA R, University of Oregon, EUGENE
A T T O R N E Y -A T-LA V J
home of Mrs. P'ord’ s parents.
Epworth League - - • 7 p. m. of
Prayer meeting Thursday 8 p tn
Fred Jorg moved Saturday from
Dr. II, V. Adix. tf
N O TA R Y P U B L IC
Miss Alta Sarver was the guest
The public cordially invited to al
Liclilhorn home to the Miller of Echo and Hazel Githens Sunday.
Estacad a. O r e g o n
$2 a day
$10 a week
j home in the east part of town.
W a n te d
W. R. F. Browne, Pastor.
Mrs. Maud E.
Graham and were visiting with their parents
Twelve berry pickers at Ban
Sam uel McLean
Portlaud this Sunday.
week attending the rose carnival.
TA ILO R
Clara and Gus Hutidarf, Adolph
ORECON FOR THE COUNTY OF CLACKAMAS plication at once.
MODERN C O N V E N IE N C E S
Will Kauke lias been laid up this and Willie Still spent Monday at
Laura Ripley Mac*., Plaintiff
week with a bad case of blood pois John Githen's.
*C1 eaiiing, Pressing and Repairing
The u n k n o w n heirs of John Murphy, deceased; John
W . R. Reid.
oning. He is improving, however.
Ladies Work a Specialty
Francis Van den Eynde: Hypolite Hayes; Mrs.
One of the most delightful Resorts on the Coast
Edgar Hieple and Jake Moss at
Cath Van den Eynde. and the unknown helis of John
Suits made to measure.
Mrs L. E. Belfils and children tended the dance at Eagle Creek
Francis Fierens, deceased; also all other persons or
W a n te d
parties unknown, claiming any right, title, estate.
left on Satuiday for Roseberg, Ore., Saturday night.
Local and Tourist Trade Solicited
E S T A C A D A ,O R E
Hen or other interest in the real estate Jeeribed in
To buy dressed hogs, dressed veal to visit home folks for a couple \ f
the complaint herein. Defendants.
Clara and Gus Hundorf of Che-
Will pay mouths.
I To. Ti.e unknown heirs of John Murphy, deceased; and all kind of fat cattle.
halis. Wash., spent a few days with
leani Work and Hauling by | John Francis Van den Eyrde; Hypolite Hayes: Mrs. highest prices.
Cath Van Den Eynde. arid the unknown heirs cf
The Photo Ingravers A-sociatiou Mr. and Mrs. Ed Still.
George Townsend. X4 t
John Francis Fierens. deceased; also all other persons
the Day or Contract
Portland numbering 25. held a
OUR PROVISION COUNTER
or parties unknown claiming any right, titlo. estate,
J. W. Dowty made a business
j lienor ether tererest in the real estate described
,t at Hotel Estacada Tues trip to Oregon City, Tuesdav morn
Eyes tested and
V ’OOi) delivered in a ty quantity in the complaint herein, Defendants.
Is a I h jo u to the woman who
or length. 1st class 4 foot wood IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF ORECON Office hours 1 to 5 P . m ' Office day afternoon.
iug. He also attended a barbecue
wants to change from the beef,
You and each of you are hereby required to appear
J. W. Stubbs has dug the ditch given by the Artisian Lodge at
slabwood delivered at #2.00 pet and answer the complaint filed against >ou in the over First State Bank.
mutton, lamb or pork of every day
and placed pipe for Water connection Council Crest.
cord. if> inch at $2.50 per load above entitled suit, on or before the 28th. day of June.
I)r. Geo. Inglis, Gresham, Ore.
use. Sugar cuied bams and bacon,
A. D. 19 13 , and if you fail to appear and answer for
to the nearest main opposite the
want thereof the plaintiff will apply to the court for
perfectly spiced sausages and frank
The Currinsville Band serenaded
W. M. YONCE
the relief demanded in said complaint, as follows, to-
Fire crackers, cap pistols and Eshleman residence.
furters, bologna and liverwursl that
For aji dgmenf and decree by which it shall be de caps and all sizes of flags at
to see is to get gTeedy for.
This woman's rights, everybody Friday night. After partaking of
clared an i adjudged that each or said defendants,
either or any of them have no estate or interest
whatever in and to the follow,ng described land and
brighter this week by a beautiful at a late hour.
Palace Meat Market
F o r S a le
bouquet of roses, presented bv Miss
B L A C K S M IT H
Section thirty (30). Township Two (2) South of
A scholarship in the Rehnke, Sturgeon.
Range Five (5) East of the Willamette Meridan.
i> (till at the old stand and willing to do Also beginning at the southeast corner of the south Walker Business College of Port
J is. Benson of Portlan 1 has been
Clester made a trip to
east quarter of the southwest quarter of Section 30. land.
any of the work in his line
Original cost $6o, will sell in Estacada this wetk on business.
Portland last week.
thence Ea3t 80 rods: thence North 20 feet: thence
West 80 rods: »hence South 20 fee; to the place of for $50 cash or exchange for oats Mr. Benson was foreman of the
GIVE HIM A CALL
James Gibson is the proud owner
beginning. Save and except from the last above de after harvest.
Address C. N. Progress office for som.- time, when
scribed tract the right of the public to use the same
a fine young colt.
Wonnacott of Y. M. C. A. Port- Mr. LqFollette was editor.
for road purposes.
And that the tide of the plaintiff is good and valid: ■ [ a n ( J 0 r A . M. S t e p h e n s , Kstacada.
H. S. Gibson went |to Oregon
| and for further decree that said defendants, either or
Committees on th • 4th of July
A. E. Sparks
* 4 t
City M uiday to act on the jury.
any of them, be forever enjoined and debarred from
celebration are working diligently
* asserting any claim whatever in and to said land and
Mr. and Mrs. Erdman were the
I premises adverse to the plaintiff, and for such other
ami if tile eagle does not scream so
The Mail Schedule
and further relief as to this Honorable Court shall
of Mr. and Mrs. Guv Woodle
Reed & Sparks
ns to be heard at Poiiland, it will
seem meet and agreeable to equity.
A rriva l______________ 6:50 A. M. , be no fault of the committees.
Thia summons is published pursuant to an order
made by . he Honorable J. A. Eakin. Judge of the A rrival______________ 4:18 P. M
J. P. Woodle and wife, Claude
( Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, fer Clackamas
Walter Givens has been employed
Repairing of All Kinds
Departure________ ___7:23 A. M.
County on the 5 day of May. A. D. 19 13 .
Myrtle Woodle were entertained
' in the office of the P. R. L. & P.
Plumbing and Electric
The date of the first publication of this summon Departure_____ ______ 4:40 P. M
at dinner Sunday by Mr. and Mrs.
being May 15. 1 9 1 3, the date of the last publication
Office hours 7 A. M. to 6 P. M.
being June 26. 19 13 .
weeks, going down to the city in Ray Woodle.
ELECTRIC LIGHT is the most suit
Sundays 7 A M. to 8:30 A. M.
WM. A. CARTER
Mtsdames Katie Douglass, Roy
J. L. HAMMERSLY
Holidays 7 A M to 9:30 A. M. and the morning and back at night.
for homes, offices, shops and other
from 3:30 P. M. to 6 P. M.
A well was put down on tl e Douglass and R. B. Gibson and
Attori eys for Plaintiff-
C E D A R SHINGLES
places needing lights, Electricity can be
Positively no mail delivered through Lawrence Bros’ farm last week. Miss E lull Chapman spent Thurs-
We manufacture all kinds of Cedai
Administrator’s Sale of Real Estate
Water was reached at a depth of d ,y afternoon with Mis. Walttr
used in any quantity »large or small, there
Shingles and are prepared at all N.tice is hereby given that in pursuance of an
320 ft. and came to within 35ft. t f
A. N. Johnson, Postmaster.
or :er ot (he Cjunty Court in ard for the County,
times to deliver the same. Also of Clackamu, State of Oregon, made on the
A ,G . Dix was the guest of Mr.
by furnishing any required amount of
top giving them 280 ft. of water.
to sell at the mill, having stock on 19th day of May A. D. t 9 1 3 , in the matter of the
The committee on dance and
estate of Josh Coyne, deceased, the undersigned,
light. Furthermore, electric lamps can
hand at all times
He held services at the home of
the administratoi of the said estate, will sell at private
music have secured a first class
sale. »0 the hL hest bidder, for cash, in lawful money
Mr. Howlett Sunday tnoruing at 11
be located in any place, thus affording
six piece orchestra for the dance
of the United States, and subject to the confirmation new Ford automobile.
by said County Court, on Saturday June 2 1 . 19 13 .
the fourth and also expect to have
any desired distribution of light.
all the right, title. Interest and estate of the said Josh
J. W. Reed was a business visi
a good brass band to furnish music
Coyne, deceased, at the time of his death, and all the
No other lamps possess those qualifi
Estacada Agent—A. Morrow
riqht title and interest that the said estate has. by tor in Portland Mouday.
operation of law or otherwise acquired other and in
Mr. and Mrs. A. Demoy’ s baby
addition totl.at of the said Josh Coyne, at the time cf
cations, therefore it is not surprising that
The committee on parade for the
his death, in and to all that certain lot. piece, cr par- has beeil qilite sick this Week,
Sam Dunlap was in Portland
cel of land situate, lying and being in the said County
Fourth of Inly celebration are going
electric lamps are rapidly replacing all
I of Clackamas. State of Oregon, and bounded and de
The Family theater now has a to have a lawn fete. Saturday even over Sunday.
scribed as follows, to-wit:
others in modern establishments.
The north half of the northwest quarter of Section piano, which will add much to the ing June 21. to raise money for
H. G. Trowt ridge made a
Fourteen (1 4) in Township Four (4) South. Range weekly programs.
Ice cream, cake
Four (4) east of Willamette Meridian, containing
short business trip to Portland.
eighty (80) acres
Marchbank's is headquarters for and strawberries will be served.
W . A. JONES
Terms and conditions of sale: Cash, lawful money
J . F. Forbes of Spokane,
of the United States: ten per cent of the amount bid.
A lawsuit was tried before Justice
to accom;* ny bid. balance on confirmation of sale by caps, pistols, flags etc.
Givens Tuesday wherein Ed Hunt W a s.l., is the guest of M r. and
'Good rigs anil careful drivers always
said County Court ■
Deed at expense of purchaser.
was plaintiff and Chas. Dubois de Mrs. H. G. Trowbridge.
For further information inquire of administrator at
'Given Hunting and Fishing Parties the office of hi3 attorney. Claude W. Devore, Estaca the ladies' bridge club Wednesday fendant. The case was over qual
Mrs. Harry Stokes spent sev-
ity of lumber the latter sold the
afternoon of last week.
Dated May 19th, 19 13 .
days with Mr. and Mrs.
W H. Mattcon.
H. E. Worden come down from former and was decided in the
Roger Cary of Estacada.
Administiatorof the estate of Josh Coyne, deceased
bis rauch at Elwood. Monday and
“A Satisfied Customer Always
Dr. W. K. H avi land
University of Oregon
j SUMMER SCHOOL
The ríete I E stacada
The Best Light At
The Lowest Cost
Feed & Sale
IV O R S E T S
(• vJT 00.0 IN *T ' !<)
: '»ear c ço rj. • ** »Je t3 fii y<v, A»k f >*• a
I mmo-strr.i c - • ukobo-.f cr si ne* p o sa*rc to
Mrs. C. F Frazie,'
J O H N
B R O W N
T H E IN S U R A N C E M AN
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Automobile Insurance a Specialty
Department of the interior. U. S. Land Office at
Portland, Oregon. May 1 Oth, 19 13
Notice is hereby given that William J. Faublon. cf
Welches. Oregon, who on October 3rd. 19 0 7 . made
homestead entry No. 16 3 4 3 . Serial No. 0 1 5 3 . for
the E 'j of NW)<. section 3 Township 3 south.Range
7 oar:. Wlli ir'r 'e Meridian, has filed notice of in-
:e: *r 'n to make final five y.*ar pi oof. to establish claim
S. P. Waterbury moved Mouday
into the house lately occupied by
Fred North 111 the east* part of
Postmaster Johnson went to Port-
si.... ial,d Monday to attend a meeting
and Weceiver of the United States Land Office at 1
Portland Oregon, on the 2 0 tli day of June. 1 9 1 3 .
j of the stockholders of the U. S
Claimant rames as witnesses:
•-rc.ici. t*tcr. tl-
W E Welch
H. P. Crutcher
John M-Ucomson. a ’ of Welches. Oregon
H. F. Hlgby
hotiret for Publirution
D#parnr*nt of the Interior. U. S . Land office at
Portland. Oregon May 9, 19 13.
Notice is hereby given that Jessie Krleger.
Of Kstscada. Clackamas Co. Ore^or who. cr January
27 19 10 . r u le Homestead Entry, aerial. No.
I • ■ 8
O R E G O N F IR E
R E L IE F A S S O C ITIO N
OF MCMINNVILE. ORE.
went to Portlaud to visit a week.
f i - 1, Serf.» '- 4 r-wnsbi. 4
«V I. s E m .
W IIIM W M « u s» r
MnMi.hd.im ie.h. knd .h«e
Register a r i Receiver. U- S. La i On -e a' f .
land. Ore .. n, 0 "l the 25th <: ty of J jr . .* ' 91 3.
Clc ; am n«m#j as «atn« ssfs;
Berjamin Thomas Rawlins,
John James Hcnebon.
Henry B#nion Sarver.
Paul Sau*r. all. of Eatacada Oregon.
H F. Higby
The celebration at Estacada un
der the auspicies of the Civic Im
provement Club is an assured thing
and not onlv are the ladies workirg
like “ Turks” but many of the men
are assisting as much as possible to
[ make the celebratiou a grand suc-
Portland Railway, Light
& Power Co.
Elizabeth Reid has re
turned, completing the junior
year at the University of Wash
Seventh and Alder Sts.
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Kruise
of Portland and Hood River
were looking over Garfield or-
A !etter to the Progress from the chard land preparatory to buy- Fourth Clasa Postmaster Ex-
all purposes at 18 years, women 18
the date of the eaam-
libriariunof the Oregon Citv Library
amination,Saturday, June ination will be on admitted.
Delegates to Grand Lodge, O. Association
announces the opeuing
Applicants must reside within the
28 , 1913
Ii. S. at Portland this week from of the new library building in O re- 1 Among the Garfield people
The United States Civil Service Com territory supplied by the post office for
the Estacada Chapter were Rev. gonCitvJand extends an invitatiou to w h0 took in the Rose Carnival mission announces that on the date | which the examination is announced.
and Mrs W. R F. Browne and j KsUcad. people to patronize th is' are ]jsted: Harry R e id , Mr. and named above an examination will be \ The examination is open to all citi
held at Boring. Oreg., as a result of zens of the United States who can
[library as it is free to alt residents
Mrs. A. Stevens, Mr. and M r s .! which it is expected to make certifies-. comply with the requirements.
Miss Zoa Irwin returned to her . °f Clackamas County,
Application forms and full informa
H. G. Trowbridge and Olive tion to fill a comtemplated vacancy in tion
concerning the requirements of the
home at Corvallis. Sunday after a 1 when VQU w, Dt t0 huy an auto. ;
the position of fourth class postmaster
and George Epperson.
of class (A) at Cazadero and other va the examination can be secured from
few days visit with Estacada _____
patronize your home dealer.
postmaster at Cazadero or from
friends She was the guest of Mrs. I . w ¿ d
He is agent for the
In the death of M rs. C . L . cancies as they may occur at that office, the
unless it shall be decided in the inter the U. S. Civil Service Commission
■ive Lstueman wliue nere.
' Ford.’ ' one of the best cars made
on foot to or- ! for everv practical use
Moore of Eugene,
the COtnmun- esta of the service
s u ffe rs the lo ss of one of its b c- by reinstatement.
ganize a tennis club iu Estacada. , sold two cars during the past few lo v e d p joneer3.
M rs. M oo re of the postmaster
$ 250.00 for the last
a a 1 r a a 4 . . ! r l a u a nn/ t »W aM . a v a A t h a r e * f i n i t r i n o 1 * !
A movement is
years o f age
to fill the vacancy , Washington, D. C.
Applications should be properly
at this office was executed and filed with the Commission
at Washington at least 7 days before
¡Considerable interest has already | day* and there are others ' figuring’
# i ,
. . was formerly 7 Mrs. Frank Lemon Age limit. 21 years and over on the the date of the examination, otherwise
i been shown and a meeting for on buying. He also keeps on hand
date of the examination, with the ex- it may be Impracticable to examine the
! permanent organization will soon 1 al! kinds of auto supplies and has and well known ihroughout this cept • n that in a S'ata where women ! applicants.
arc declared by statute to be of full age 1 U. S. CIVILSKRVICE COMMISSION,
¡cars for hire advertisement