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H E N R Y V .A D IX .M .D
P H Y S IC IA N & S U R G E O N
OFFICK, ADJOINING RHSIDRNCH
LocaJ and Lon^ Distance Telephone
The d o c to r’s phone can lie connected
w ith your home phone at u igh t if re
quested. One lon g rin|f.
Dr. W K. H a v i l a n d
P h y s ic ia n a n d
S u rg eo n
O f f ic e u n
u n ii 2 n d .
M a in S t. b e t w e e n 1st
T e le p h o n e C o n n e c tlo r ii-
M ethodist Episc ipal Church
Iu the C ircu it Court of the State of
Oregon for the C oun ty of Clackam as. SS.
Grace B. B arkley, lMuintiff,
Sam uel \V. lia rk lcv, Defendant.
To Sam uel \V. B arkley, defendant
In the name of the State of O regon,
you are hereby required to appear and
answer the com plaint filed in the alwv»*
entitled action on or before the e igh th
( 8 ) dav of May A . I). 1914. **»d date
being m ore than six w eeks from the »late
1 of the first publication of this summ ons.
' an- f you fail so to appear, plaintiff w ill
apply to the Court for the relief prayed
for in her com plaint, to-wit:
l or decree aw arding plaintiff an abso
lute divorce from said defendant on the
ground« of desertion, for a decree aw ard
ing plaiutiff the custody of the m inor
children, and for such oth er ami further
relief as the court shall adjudge e»juit-
R esid en ce c o rn e r o f Second
n n d C o rriti streets
Service of tins sum m ons is served upon
vou bv publication in pursuance of an
order of the Honorable H. S Anderson,
Judge of the C ounty C ourt, for the
C ounty of Clackam as, State of O regon,
made on the ¿1st. »lay of M arch A. IJ.
I»>I4, d irectin g that said publication be
made in the Kstaca»la Progress.
T h e »late of th e first publication of
this summ ons is M arch 26, 1914, and the
»late of the last publication 1* M ay 7,
D r. L. A . W E L L S
School - • • io a. ni
Kpworth League - - - 6:30 p. m.
Prayer m ettin e T h u rsd ay S p 111
T h e public cordially un ited to all
C. K. Rees. Pastor.
T h e Re-Organized C h urch
Jesus Christ of L . I) S. meets
store ini!•ding on tlie corner,
erlv the H owe store, Sun days as
follows: Sunday School at io, and
preaching at 11 o’ clock A . M. A ll
J. K. W iles, Elder.
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The Christian Church.
10 a. 111.
i t a. m.
Y . P. S. C . K.
7 P- m.
P reach ing
7:45 p. m.
T h e pu b lic co rd ia lly invite»l to all ser
W . G 1 v K n S, Pastor.
G lobe Fence is made right and sold eight.
D R R. M O R S E .
T ests eyes and tits glasses.
Office over D in g Store
L ocal and long distance
C L A U D E W. D E V O R E
A T T O R N E Y -A T -L A W
N O T A R Y P U B L IC
is just about as good.
W h y not buy the very best fence for yo u i
E. W. B A R T L E T T .
Office on Broadway.
JO H N
B R O W N
T H E IN S U R A N C E M AN
home, ni the lowest price?
W e have
w hat you
S e e th e
fence we carry.
w ill save mouev by g iv in g ns a chance to show you.
T h e price
to its patrons. Through high tension trans
mission lines, each of these generating
plants are intercommunicative, so that the
w ill com n v you.
The Mail Schedule
t H. t
service is insured against unforseen inter
WHERF L O C A T E D
H arold Joyner visited the N . '
Schul fam ily Sun day morning,
Portland ( 2 )
Oregon City •
Sam uel M ueller of
was the guest of O tto Paulson last j
T h e G eorge Com m ercial and So- j
cial club met at the home of Mr.
V . L itigelb ach , Plaintiff,
T w eiriuann Saturday evening.
Mrs. Jettv C ooley, of Portland, | great deal of interest is being taken
James Y e a k e y , E x ecu tor of the
was a guest of her uncle. James( in these m eetings, both intellectu
estate o f Em m a Y e a k e y , deceased,
W atch for C a ry 's Red H o t S p ec
ally and socially, and the club is
James Y e a k e y . M artin Y e a k e y ,
G ibson, Sunday.
ials each w eek.
G race A rv ille Y e a k e y , and Jesse
Mr. and Mrs Bow were out this gro w in g m mem bership very rap-
w ay Saturday and attended the con id ly.
T o James Y e a k e y , E xecu tor of the |
T h e y h ave it - good fresh vege-
Estate of Em m a Y e a k e y , deceased, tables.
G o and see them. Kred
Dr. Morse also tests eyes (J
Broadw ay and Alder Streets
T h e musical concert given by
James Y e a k e y . M artin Y e a k e y , G race 1
and 6ts y iasSes. Office over
Hom e A-6131
A rv ille Y e a k e y , and Jesse Y e a k e y, the
M iss Edith Chapm an, Mrs. Essie
d ru g store.
above named defendants.
Chapm an and Mr. Sam E d d y , at
W anted H ighest price pa’d for
In the nam e o f the State of Oregon,
the school house Saturday evenin g
you are h ereby required to appear
»gs at the Palace M eat M aiket.
School Item s
was a very enjoyable affair. Miss
ami answ er the com plaint filed in the
F u E l, JOHG.
By O ur H igh School R eporter
above en titled action on or before the
E C O N O M Y U one of the
A d elp h ic literary program to
Chapm an an excellent violinist and
e igh th (8 ) »lay of A pril A . I). 19*4, Mid
F o r Sale
20 months old colt,
abused w ords in the d ic
date being m ore than six w eeks from
Mr. Eddy a pleasing baritone, and
C . W h itbeck.
the date of the first publication of this cheap.
It does not mean
each are proficient in their special
F o llow in g is a list of the shrubs
sum m ons, and if you fail so to appear,
line of work and performed their that the different grades planted
g of m oney, as
plaintiff w ill apply to the court for the
parts well. M r. E d d y as a dark last F rid a y: ist, D ahlias; 2nd and
relief prayed for in his com plaint, to-wit: C alico 5c, T h read 4c.
faced commedian. sang some dark y 3rd, W istaria M uliijiega; 4H1 and
W ill take ju dgem en t for the sum of
T ru e econom y consists in se
Three hundred end fifty five (5355 73 )
W a n te d — A subscription solicitor selections, w hich were verv pleasing 5th, Retinospora O btusa: 6th and
curing for the least money the
d ollars am i seven ty three cents w ith for the Progress.
E n quire at this to the audience. T liere was quite a 7th, tw o H ydrangeas; 8tli. Cedar;
interest at th e rate of 8 percent per
highest values possible.
large attendance, despite the storm y H igh School— Freshm en, F low er
annum , on Three hundred ( 53 ° ° ) dollars
W ith o u t the value you lose,
from the lo th , day of A u gu st 1911, for
E a rly
T o m ato and
F. P. A llen ot Portland, a S u n H o lly; Juniors, C h ili Pine (M onkey
550.00 A ttorn eys fees, togeth er w ith the
m atter w hat
Plants for sale.
costs ami disbursem ents, w hich indebt
day School m issionary, was out this Pu zzle) ; ¡seniors, M areebai Neil
I N T E R N A T I O N A L Clothes
W . H. Holder, Stafford A ve.
edness arises out of a certain prom issory 29
w ay Saturday and attended the Rosé;
T eachers, E n glish H olly
note m ade, execu ted ami delivered to
means T R U E E C O N O M Y iu
w ith berries.
Reward. concert at the schoolhouse.
L o s t— A iredale Dog.
plaintiff by Em m a Y e ak e y (now »leceas-
the best sense of the word.
ed), m other of the above named defend Phone Ur. A d ix .
A n other excellen t talk was given
were the week-end guests of Mr a w eek ago yesterday bv Mr. Park,
ants, ami for a decree foreclosing the
T r y an International Suit
certain real estate m ortgage executed
$150000 to loan at 7 percent, and Mrs. M cM illan.
He spoke on “ T h e T h ree M ’s ,’ ’
this season. L et us take your
and delivered b y said Em m a Y e ak e y gilt-edge security.
E n quire of
James G ib sorfteleb rated his 88th muscles, mind and morals.
m easure and giv e you a sam
to th is plaintiff to secure the paym ent of
J. W . Reed, Estacada. birthday Sunday, about th irty of
s*id note, w hich real estate is <leseribe<l
See N ellie Bonney as M rs. Jack
ple of w h at REAL TAY-
his relatives being present and ta k
as follow s, to-wit: Lots four and five
Sanderson in “ A Junior’ ’ M ay is t.
ing dinner w ith him. Four gene
(4 a 5). Block six (6), O rigin al Tew n site
L O R I N G stands for.
thread 4c at C a ry ’ s.
F o llow in g are the events and
j of the C ity of Estacada, Clackam as
rations of the G ibson fam ily were
w inners for the track meet last
j C oun ty, O regon , and that said real estate
represented, A m o n g those present
I be sold under execu tion , or so m uch
Saturday afternoon: 50 yard dash
(I ncorporated )
| there t>f as sh all be necessary t»> satisfy
— ist, Strow bridge, 2nd T h erkel-
H. F". and R. B. G ibson ,an d hi?
the ju dgem en t, interest, attorneys fees,
son, 3rd Denney; too yard dash
E STAC AD A, OREGON.
daughters, Mrs. Nora Reid and (
j costs and disbursem ents, anil accru ing
— Strow bridge, T herkelson. Dale;
I c»>sts and disbursem ents, 11ml as provided
Mrs. Cora Udell
Miss M aggie
■* *1» »1**1» «I»
dash — Strow bridge,
! by law for the sale of real estate under
N IN A B. R C K E R , E»litor and M anager Ellsworth of #£stacada, took some
T herkelson, Bartlett; 440 yard run
execu tion , ami for a decree th at the
pictures of the crowd.
| interest »»f each of the defendants and all
— M orton, T herkelson, Cobb; 83o
Miss R uth W elch of Estacada,
j pers»ms claim in g under them , in said Entered at the postoffice in Estacada. Oregon, as
yard run - Cobh, R. E w alt. Schm i-
second ciass mail
attended the concert Saturday even
m ortgaged prem ises, subsequent to said
df; m ile run — E. K w alt.
m ortgage be foreclosed of all rig h t or
claim of interest, excep t the eq u ity of One year..................................................... $1 00 R. B. G ibson.
ton. Dale, Strow bridge: broad jum p I
redem ption, and for such oth er and Six months...................................................
Ed. D ouglass, II. S. G ibson and — T herkelson, Morion, Bailey; pule)
further relief as m ay seem equitable to
B ozarth, L ew is,
Pete Clester, assisted by some of v a u lt— Morton,
the Conrt in the premises.
— Thursday, April 9 , 1014
their neighbors butchered 23 hog? Dale; discus throw
T h is summ ons is served upon you by
vo rs. M ills: shot put Ross, B art
publication iu pursuance of an order of
lett, T herkelson ; relay r a c e - w o n
Portland T u esd ay by w agon.
the Honorable II. S. Anderson, Ju»lge of
James F. Nelson
by Estacada, Bartlett, Dale, Den-
the C ounty C ourt, for the C o u n ty of
James F" Nelson, republican can
Clackam as, State of O regon , m ade on
the 2 ist. »lav of M arch A . D. 1914. didate for the nomination of treas
Mr. and Mrs. F’insel of Bend, ! N early all the track hoys are
d irectin g th at said publication be m ade urer of Clackam as C oun ty, has been were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. goin g to the Colum bia Meet in
in the Estacada Progress.
a resident of this county for over 35 J. W. D o w ty, Sunday and Monday. Portland n ext S a tu id a y .
T h e »late »>f the first publication o i this
years. H e has served the county
H unter C a h ill was a Portland
sum m ons is M arch 26. 19141 and the
date o f the last publication is May 7, as assessor and w hile w orking in visitor M onday.
Riley M cC allev, versatile
that capacity, made the ta x roils,
J. W . D ow ty has been shipping
. . .
entertainer, w ill he at the F am ily
CLAUDE \\\ DEVORE,
w hich would assist him greatly in his
A tto rn e y for Plaintiff.
theatre T h ursday evenin g, A p ril 25.
doing the w ork of the office tconom-
John G ilh eu s is building some
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proceeds for benefit of M . F. church,
1 ically, as the treasurer has to col- new , fences.
Notice is hereby given that the un
N um erous readings, impersonations,
Mr. L rank spent a few davs on
dersigned, Theodore J. Ithlman, J r . ,) lect the taxes. Being a hook keeper
violin solos and imitations.
ha? filed his application in the County
s’ x years experience in a large |,js f,irin [a>t w eek.
Court of Clackamas County, Oregon, merchandise store, he would be c a - : Miss E dith T ro w b rid g e has been
James W hitcom b R iley a
praying for a decree changing his name pable to handle the books of the very sick but is gettin g som ewhat humor.
W ith full equipment.
from Theodore J. I'hlman, Jr., to Theo office. If nominated and elected he better,
Y o u w ill enjoy every
dore Willard McLeran, for the reasons
such ; F ran k D ow ty spent Su n d ay with moment of this entertainment.
set forth in the application. Any and w
“ ‘ lry
all persons having any objection to said a manner as will giv e satisfaction to 1
O f Oregon City, Distributers.
• Som e More Local News
application or to change of said name tax payers of the county. For the; M i ^ n H azel G ith en s spent Mon
as aforesaid must appear in the County past 25 years tins office has been
Mrs. Chapm an, w ho has b e e n ,
1 (lav in Sandy.
Court of Claclfama» County. Oregon, Riven ro old soldiers and as Mr.
on Monday the 11th day of May, 1311
1 Nelson is au old soldier, this fact in Eagle Creek M onday.
and then and there make said objection,
if any they have, why said decree would m ake him eligible to the
Mr. H. N . Barton was a Portland
\ tjSs Beatrice W illiam s of Port-
should not be granted and said appli office. Paid A d v.
visitoi 'ast w eek.
]iere visitin g at the home ol
cant's name changed as prayed for.
her sister, Mrs. F'razier.
GARI It LD
Dated April 7, 1914.
Theodore J. Llhlman, Jr.,
T h e G arfield G ran ge play given
T w o social entertainments were
M iss Em m a Mueller of M onta
C. D. and D. C. Latourette, Attor
given m honor of Mr. and Mrs A villa, was the guest of J. M arshall at G arfield last F rid ay evening,
neys for Applicant.
proved such a success that the play
____________________________ H. Standish of C hicago during the
E are pleased to announce to the public that we are now
ami fim ily Saturday and Sunday.
~ 1 past week, at the homes of W . R
w ill be produced in Estacada this
O tto Paulsen w as the guest of
the Resident Agents for the Great R O Y A L T A I L
T h e mail clerk carrier exam ina- Reid and S Dunlop.
F riday n ight, at Boner’ s theatre.
•ion, to have been held A p ril n , j Mrs. G eo Shearer of Portland is II. Joyner and fam ily Sun day after
O R IN G CO. of Chicago and N ew York, recognized as
Portland Railway, Light
R E L IE F A S S O C IT IO N
O F M C M IN N V ILE . ORE.
Automobile Insurance a S o c i a l l y
A. E. Sparks
Reed & Sparks
Repairing of All Kinds
Plumbing and Electric
Livery, Feed & Sale
W . A.
P R O P R IH T O R
Good rigs imd careful drivers alw ays
H unting mid F ish in g Parties
Team W o rk and Hauling by
the D ay or Contract
E s ta c a d a , O re g o n
W idely scattered have been built by the
Portland Railway, Ligh t & Power Co. for
the purpose of providing
as m any years as othrr m akes w ho claim they have a fence th at
A rriv a l ____ ___
.6:50 A . M.
A rr iv a l . ..
iS P. I f.
__ 7:23 A . M.
D e p artu re __________ 4:40 P . M.
Ofii» e hours 7 A . M. to 6 P. M.
A ssociated w ith Dr. H . V ■
E M ,It CREEK
Sun days 7 A . M. to 8:30 A . M.
CLAUDE W. DEVORE,
Mrs. Viola Douglass lias gone to
H olidays 7 A . M to 9:30 A . M. and
A ttorn ey for Plaintiff.
W rent ham, Kastern O regon, to
from 3:30 P. M. to 6 P. M.
m ake her son Jesse and his w ife a
Positively no mail delivered through
In the C ircu it Court of the State of
R ay W oodle and wife entertained
A . N . Johnson. Postmaster.
P h y s ic ia n a n d S urgeon
O regon fo r the C o un tv of Clackam as.
Mr. and Mrs. N a ylo r at dinner
D E N T IS T
It w ill last
W . M. Yonce
J. V. BARR
Blacksmith and Wheelwright
A t the Old Stand
GIVE HIM A CALL
at Oregon C itv, ha» been postponed j spending the week-end with Mr noon and evening.
Mrs. K. M. Starr will return to
to May qth, because of insufficient and Mrs. Ed. Shearer.
T h e B aker S t.« k Co has nothing her home at M ontavilla M onday
I numlier of applicants.
on the G arfield Theatrical Troupe. after spending several w eeks with
About fifteen base-ball fans went See them Friday evening nt Boner’ s,
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H .
to Portland T uesd ay to see tlie
the I A large and happy crowd turned
opening game of the season, which out to join the Easter Sun day pro
j Mrs. P. Paulsen was the guest of
— N eatly done by—
was called off on a. count of the rain. cession, notw ithstanding the un
settled w eather conditions
A ll the II. Joyner tatnily one day last
J. R. MORROW
E verybody invited to the Fire- w eie well repaid for responding, week
• dance Saturday night, A pril, how ever, in the delightful and
Crops are looking fine, but we
A t M orrow ’ s
l«nt ficial service rendered in Fsta-
some warm sunny w eather.
P R IC E S
Effective August 1st, 1913, F. O. B.
Oregon City or Estacada
Model I. Runabout $575.00
Town Car 825.00
Touring Car 625.00
Pacific H igh w ay Garage
J. W . R E E D ,
T h e m eeting of the C iv ic Im-
provement C lu b last Saturday was
fairly well attended.
business of im jiortance w as before
Trie F o u rth of Julv
celebration w as b ro u gh t up and it
was decided to have a social gather-
¡ng f or the club members about the
first of M ay. Klecnop of officers
WIq tak e place at the first m eeting
ju M ay instead of the n ext meeting
the world’s leading Tailors. Our complete outfit is now
on display. Come in today and see the wonderful line of
Pure W oo l samples.
BE A R O Y A L
Perfect fit and satisfaction guaranteed.
CARY’S MERCANTILE CO., Estacada,' O f*.