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H E N R Y V .A D IX .M .L
P H Y S IC IA N A SURGEON
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OFFICK. ADJOINING R F S ID K N lf
Local and Long Distance Telephone
The- doctor’s phone cun lie connectei i
kith your home phone nt uigbt it r* i
tfuested. One Ion« nil:'
D r. W . K . H a v i/ a n d
P h y s ic ia n a n d
S u rgeon
C 'C3 on Main St between 1st!
a J 2 nd.
7 tele phone C r n n e c i i o n s
R esidence cornt-r o f Second
a n d C u r r in streets
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HIS simple rule of health is daily called attention to by every doctor in the land, whose first question to
the patient almost invariably is, “ Are your bowels regular?” Yet there’s not one person in fifty who
takes proper care of the bowels. And the result of this foolish neglect is nine-tenths of all ill-health.
If today you are unable to free your body of waste matter at the usual time, or if the uc t causes straining,
pains and discomfort, don’t lei that condition occur again tomorrmr. Unless your bowels can carry away the
waste materials left after food is digested., decay sets in, the poisons of which, taken up by the blood, increase
the lisl: of Typhoid Fever, Appendicitis, and m-.ray other senous diseases.
In treatmg constipata o, there is a right trag and a wrong way. The wrong way is to ta!»; harsh purga
tive.- vv:.\:h i ven though th y do clear the bowels, cause griping and nausea, injure the delicate tissues, and
£..« ui-furb tho normal functions as to cause the return of constipation. The right way is to help Nature to
produce natural movement, without pain or discomfort, by using
Associated w i t h Dr. H. V
D R R. M O R S E ,
P h y s i c ia n e n d S urgeon
C L A U D E W. D E V O R E
A F TO R N E Y -A T-LA W
IN O TA R Y P U B L IC
lE sta ca da. O r e g o n
E. W . B A R T L E T T .
O n e H u n d red
M illio n W e r e
S o ld L a s t Y e a r
tems cannot stand anything harsh—by
women during pregnancy, and after child
birth, when any medicine with a violent
action would be particularly dangerous. Many
of these people arc your neighbors and friends.
Ask anyone who has ever used them—they’ll
tell you Rexall Orderlies satisfied afid helped them
IN S U R A N C E MAN
O F G R E SH A M P H O N E 513
O REGO N
R E L IE F
F IR E
A SS O C IT IO N
than 7,0 00 Rexall
Stores and In this
town only by us.
In vest pocket
tin b o xe s,
\Ve won't hesitate, or ask you any ques
tions, Your word is enough.
Orderlies do not do all you expect them io
— if you don’t feel better after using them and
find that they are the pleasantest-acting and best
laxative you have ever used, we want you to
tell us and get your money back.
JO H N
T h is
Is O u r
G u a ra n te e —
Risk N o M o n e y
— a gentle laxative in the form of a chocokate-tnsting tablet. One of
these tablets eaten just before going to bed " ill help to restore
T h a n
your bowels to normal activity at a time when, your body
being ut red, the medicine can do its best work. As a result
of taking that tablet (or say two, if your case is ob
stinate), i/our bowels will move easily and naturally
in the morning. The use of Rexall < Jrdcrlies
i'6r a few days afterward will restore nor
mal regularity. Even chronic consti
This enormous quantity was
pation is benefited by them, and it
If Rexall Orderlies do not make
used with good results by busy men
is not necessary to continue the
your bowels act right, tell us so and
who suffered from constipation, due
treatment fo r a long time, b, -
we’ll give back your money without
cause, instead o f driving
to lack of exercise, or indigestion
Suture, they sim ply help
asking a single question. There is no
caused by overwork by children whose
her to help herself.
red tape to this guarantee. It means
parents realize the harmful effect of com
just what it says.
\ou sign nothing.
Sold only at the more
mon purgativ.o by old people whose sys
Office on Broadway.
Widely scattered have been built by the
Portland Railway, Light & Power Co. for
the purpose of providing
E le ctric
to its patrons. Through high tension trans-
mission lines, each of these generating
plants are intercommunicative, so that the
M o re
Portland (2 )
P ortland Railway, L ig h t & Power Co.
B ° rin K
service is insured against unforseen inter-
$2 a day
$ io a week
The H otel Estaeada
O REGO N
E ST A C A D A ,
D E N T IS T
Tests eyes olid fils glasses.
Office over Drag Store
Local and long distance
MODERN C ON VEN IEN CES
One of the most delightful Resorts on the Coast
^ e * o £ t* M e c in s
KING Q ï M X ’ - r O u ir s Js T h e
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Local and Tourist Trade Solicited
.O F M C M 1 N N V I L E . O R E .
B U C kS M IT H IN G
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OP
ESTACADA STATE BANK
The March meetings of the Garfield
In the Circuit Court of the State of
at Estacada, in the State of Oregon, at Dorcas Society was held at the home of Oregon for the County of Clackamas.
The forenoon V. Lingelbacli, Plaintiff,
the close o f b u sin ess, M arch 4 t h , 1 9 1 4 . Mrs. Edward Shearer.
I have bought the Soda Works of Ely & Wade, of
was spent in sewing carpet rags. The |
Currinsville, and am ready to supply Soda at wholesale
.. .. $ 54 312.10 hostess accommodated her guests about J James Yeakey, Executor of the
Neatly done by—
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured .
three table in her large kitchen-dining estate o f Emma Yeakey, deceased,
A. E. Sparks
and retail. It’s all in the water. I use pure Spring Water.
room. The different members contrib- James Yeakey. Martin Yeakey,
J. R. MORROW,
1 799.34 uted to the refreshments, which were Grace Arville Yeakey, and Jesse
Your business appreciated.
At Morrow’ s Barn. Estacada, Due from approved reserve hanks... ..... 12 182.71 substantial, varied and delicious. It Yeakey,
263 80 was plain that the thoughts o f the little j
Checks and other cash items..........
To James Yeakey, Executor of the
4 786 04
Cash on hand.....................................
company were centered about the mem- ! Estate of Emma Yeakey, deceased,
bership contest which had been carried James Yeakey. Martin Yeakev, Grace
Repairing of All Kinds
on for a month under the two captains, Arville Yeakey, and Jesse Yeakey, the
(I n co rpo rated )
Mesdames Trowbridge and Dunlop. As above nam’ed defendants.
Plumbing and Electric
Capital stock paid In......................... .... $25 000.00 the former was unavoidably absent,
In the name of the >81016 of Oregon
! G I V E S . Ot H.
250.00 Mrs. Whitcomb wa3 chosen to act in you are hereby
required to appear
ESTACADA, O R E q o n
Published Evcrv Thursday
Undivided profits, less expenses and
her place. Early in the afternoon the and answer the comp’aint filed in the
regular business session was held. Im above entitled action on or before the
NINA B. KCKKR, Editor and Manager Postal savings bank deposits ............ ...... 2 884.45 mediately following, by previous ar- j eighth (8) day of April A. D 1914, said
Deposits duo State Treasurer.......... .. . 3 000.00 rangement, the two captains read alter date being more than six weeks from
Individual deposits subject
nately the names of the newly acquired the date of the first publication of this
Sntered at th« postoffice In Estacada. Oregon as
Twenty-two names were ! summons, and if you fail so to appear,
second class mail
Demand certificates of deposit................... 1 548.02
Tirrte certificates of deposit......................
1 513.91 read by each, when Mr.-. Dunlop ceased plaintiff will apply to the court for the
Noias and bills rediscounted ....... I
and Mrs. Whitcomb continued to read relief prayed for in Uia complaint, to wit:
Biiis payable for money borrowed J
One year............................................................. $ 1 00
up to thirty-four, making fifty-six ac-
W ill take juilgeinint for the sum of
W . A. JO N E S
Total..................................................... $82 669.04
cessions to a membership of twenty- j Three hundred rnd fifty five (#355 73)
State of Oregon, County of Clackamas, ss: one, or seventy-seven in all. The win-1 dollars and seventy three cents with
PRO PRIETO R
E. H. K E L L O G G . P r o p r -
Thursday, March 26, 1914
I, Irwin D. Wright, cashier of the nine side was ready with a song of interest nt the rate of 8 percent per
above named bank, do solemnly swear victory, which was rendered with en- annum, on Three hundred (v’ yoo) dollars
»Good rigs «nd.careful dfivers always
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that the above statement is true to the ergy. One of Mr. Shearer’s fine Brah- from the 10th. day of Augu-t 19 11, for
A P P L E CIDER
O R A N G E C ID E R
THROUGH THE SNOW.
ma cocks, adorned with the slogan, #50.00 Attorneys fees, together with the
best of my knowledge and belief.
Given Hunting and Fishing Parties V\,TE fared together through the snow
“ Watch Dorcas grow, hear us crow ,” costs and disbursements, which indebt
Irwin I). Wright, Cashier.
' ’ How should we heed the driving
io G A L L O N CIDER KEGS 50c EACH.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this was brought in with instructions to ' edness n-iscs out of a certain promissory
I felt her heart heat warm below
crow lustily. But the presence of so j note made, executed and delivered to
loth day of March, 1914.
Team Work and Hauling by The arm that held me fast.
many ladies discouraged him. The los- plaintiff by Emma Yeakey (now deceas
L. E. Bclfils, Notary Public.
And in her cheeks ttie laughing blood
Bloomed like a rose beneath her hood.
Correct—-Attest: Leroy D. Walker, ing side bore its defeat calmly and at ed), mother of the above named defend-
the Day or Contract
T I O W Hhould 1 miss the summer flowers Thomas Yocum, Irwin I). Wright, di- t>nce repaired to an adjoining room to ants, and for a decree fortclosing tlie
formulate ¡¡Ians for entertaining the certain real estate mortgage executed
•*A W ith such a flower ho sweet and ¡rectors,
society at the
vj said Emma Yeakey
W h ite winter seems a friend of ours.
1 be held at the home of Mrs, Dunlop, to this plaintiff to secure the payment of
And all his drifted snows
MRS. E. H. KELLOGG, Proprietor
But hint of w inter snows that hide
April Hi. 1 he opinion prevails that the s.id note, which real estate is described
Here in the breast against my side.
In the Circuit Court of the State of good natured rivalry of the past month as follows, to-wit: Lots four and five
p O M K singing April soon or late
Oregon for the County of Clackamas. SS. will prove of value to the entire mem -1 (4 » 5 ), niock six (6), Original Townsite
For all tlie frozen world, for me.
bership old and new alike.
j of the City of Estaeada,
Grace B. Barkley, Plain tiff,
Oh. I can well afford to wait
For bloom and bird and bee
I County, Oregon, and that said real estate
Board Bv Bay or Week.
Good Clean Rooms ia Coaaectioa
W . M. Yonce
If only she and 1 can go
J be sold under execution, or so much
Samuel W. Barkley, Defendant.
W alking forever through tlie snow!
there of ss shall be necessary to satisfy
— Richard l.e Galllenno.
To Samuel \V. Barkley, defendant
Mrs. Carl Anderson of Portland is
visiting in Elwood and Colton for a the judgement, interest, attorneys fees,
costs and disbursements, and accruing
In the name ot the State of Oregon, short time.
costs and disbursements, and as provided
you are hereby required to appear and
Mrs. Lohre ia spending a few days in i by Jaw for the sale of real estate under
answer tlie complaint filed in tlie abeve
her father, Mr. Cromer, of Logan
ALSPAU G H
BldcksmUh end Wheeh* rigtit
They have it good fresh vege- entitled action 011 or tmfore the eighth Portland.
¡execution, and for a decree that the
last week, Mr. Cromer had been
interest of each of the defendants and al!
tables. Go and see them. Fred (8) day of May A. I). 1914, said date
and has been absent from school for the persons claiming under them, in said weather and are very busy sowing very ill.
At the Old Staud
, mortgaged premises, subsequent to snid their crops and spraying their
of tlie first publication of tills summons, past week.
Notice for Publication
Miss L. Fredolph was in Portland mortgage be foreclos'd of all right or orchards.
Oranges çôst. 3 for 10c, 40c per and if you fail so to appear, plaintiff will
GIVE HIM A CALI
Mrs. J. W. Dowty drove to
apply to tlie Court lor the relief prayed Saturday and Sunday, the guests of her j claim of interest, except the equity of
of the Interior, U. 3.
doz. at R. G. Marchhank’s.
¡redemption, and for such other and Eagle Creek Saturday with her Land Office at Portland, Oregon, Feb
for in her complaint, to-wit:
For decree awarding plaintiff an abso
Jchn Pr.tk made a business trip to 1 further relief as may seem equitable to new buggy horse and brought ruary 20. 1914.
CIO T O -
Wanted Highest price pa'd for lute divorce (toni said, defendant on the Oregon C.ty last week.
I the Court in the premises.
home a tree sprayer.
NOTICE is hereby given that Clande
eggs at the Palace Meat Maiket.
grounds of desertion, for a decree award
Hazel Githens has been very V. Chapman, of Rowe, Oregon, who.
A. J T U C K E R S S H O P ,
Bertha Bittner has returned to her | This summons is served npon vou by
ing plaintiff the custody of the minor home in Oregon City after an extended [ publication in pursuance of an order of busy paint’ iig during the past week. on March 80, 1910, made Homestead
F red J o rg .
tstm cad n, Oregon
children, and for such other and further visit with her grandparents, Mr. ar.d the Honorable H. S. Anderson, Judge of
Frank and John Dowty were vis- Entry, No. 0251T, for NqSE*. NWg-
For Carpenter and Contract j
relief ns tlie court shall adjudge (-quit Mrs. Park.
SExSE*, NsSWfcbE* and NEgSWg,
1 ) the County Court, for the County of | ,n ng wjth their parents Sunday.
Dr Morse also tests eyes able.
Clackamas, State of Oregon, made on
xvotk, Cabinet Making and Repair-i
Misses Echo and Hazel Githens Section 12, Township 3 South, Range
Mrs. M. E Vallen was a Sunday call
and fits glasses. Office over
tlie 21st. day of March A. D. 1914,
Service of this summons is served upon
7 Esst, Willamette Meridian, has filed
*ng, plow shares a xe s and knives
visited friends in Hogan last week
er at the home o f Mrs. S. B. Brown.
directing that said publication be made
you by publication in pursuance ot an
notice of intention to make Final Five
ground , sav filings and gumming, drug store.
John Githens had the ratsfto.tune Vear proof tQ
Frank Wilson returned to his home in the Estaeada Progress.
order of the Honorable H. S. Anderson,
Proof, to establish clsim to the
Band sawing, rip sawing and plane-
The date ol the first publication oi this to hurt his toe very badly while land above described, before the Regis
Judge of the County Court, for the in Dodge Monday after an absence of a
20 months old colt, j
In g. gnu repairing, small blatk-
summons is March 26, 1914, and the
County of Clackamas, State of Oregon,
ter and Receiver, U. S. Land Office, at
fimithing, turning lathe for wood cheap.
date of the last publication is May 7, fall on it.
made on the list, day of March A. I>. self am little children.
Portland, Oregon, on the 8th day of
Echo and Hazel Githens called April, 1914.
Teddy j 4914.
Mrr. M. Freeman and 1
work, soldering done.
| 1914, directing that said publication be
on Mrs. Noah Hitple one day last
railed on Mrs. Della Vallen Thursday.
C LA U D SW . DEVORE,
Wanted A subscription solicitor made in the Kstacada Progress,
Claimant names aa witnesses: C. W.
Shop on* door south or March-
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Mrs. Cora Jacobs is spending a fewr
Miller, of Rowe, Oregon, W. J. Fau-
for the Progress. E n q u ire at this
The «late of the first publication of
Mrs. Chas. Sparks was in Esta bion. of Brightwood. Oregon, Glen Mc
this summons is March 26, 191«. and the days at the home o f her father, Jesse
Intyre, of Brlghtwood, Oregon, William
[ date of the last publication is May 7, Cox.
Gresham has begun to think that cada Satutday.
Mis. Hattie Boyer is staying with Welch, of Welches, Oregon.
Misses Kibe Cox and Nouns Vallen a cannery is one of the good things
I 9U .
tot Someffcinq To S»N f
Fresh cow tor sale.
CLAUDE W. DEVORE,
H. F. Higby, Register.
A d vertise >a Pruqress
were home f-om High School Saturday i it needs, and being a live town Mrs. Edgar Hieple.
Sold! Baser found í 7tf
W. J Moore. Cazadero, Or.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
‘ will undoubtedly get what it wants
Mrs. Noah Hieple was visiting Last pub. 3-26.
Automobile Insurance «Specially
Reed & Sparks
R. G. MARCHBANK
Livery, Feed & Sale
Carom and Pocket
B IL L IA R D
PAR LO R
The Home Restaurant
J. V. BARR