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H E N R Y V . A D I X . M .D
P H Y S IC IA N <5 S U R G E O N
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OPFICK, ADJOINING RESIDKNCH
Local and Long Distance Telephone
The doctor's phone chu l>e connected
with your hou*e phone H t night if re
quested. One loug riug
D r. W. K . H a v i la n d
P h y s ic ia n a n d
S urg e o n
O ffic e u n
M a i n S t. b e tw e e n !s t
T e le p h o n e C o n n e c tio n s
R esidence c o rn e r o f Second
a n d C u rrin streets.
D r. L. A . W E L L S
D E N T IS T
Associated w ith D r. H . V.
A d ix.
In the Circuit Court of the StHte of
Oregon for the County of Ctalkamas. SS.
(«race H Barkley, Plaintiff,
P h y s ic ia n a n d Surgeon
C a a d id t l. fo r
C o m m in io n .r Writ#«
A n O p en Loiter lo C oun ty V o t e r .
Reed & Sparks
Livery, Feed & Sale
Wanted— T w o milk goats.
112, Estacada. Ore.
Wanted— A saddle pony.
must be under $50 00. Enquire at
C ary’s Mercantile.
Wanted— Improved 40 acre farm,
within few nules of Estacada in
exchange for good bouse and lot
in Portland, value $4000. O. W.
P. Land Co.
133 '/£ tst street,
(IN C O R P O R A T E D )
NINA B. ECKER, Editor and Manager
it the postoffice In Estacada. Oregon, as
second class mall
S U B S C R IP T IO N R A T E S
One year.............................. ...................... .... Si 00
Si* months.......................................... ...........
Thursday, April 3 0 , 1914
C lackam as R oads N a m e d
If th ; bonds for permanent roads
carry in Clackamas county, the
following roads will lie improved,
the court having designed them:
G ra y ’s Crossing road from the
Multnomah countv liue to Oregon
C ity via Clackamas, seven miles,
$75,000, Oregon City to Canby,
niue miles, $75,000; Canby to
Marion county, four miles, $32,000:
Macksburg, Canby and Needy road,
eight miles, $64,000; Oregon Citv
to Molalla, fifteen miles, $90,000;
Beaver Creek to Oregon City, six
miles. $30,000; Oregon City to Red-
land, niue miles, $50,000; Clacka
mas to Baker's bridge, four miles,
$25,000; Damascus to the intersec
tion with the Clackamas road, three
miles. $18,000; Boring to Sandy,
six miles, $36,000; Willamette to
Stafford, four miles, $24.000; Os
wego to the Multnomah county line,
mile, $6,000: Milwaukie to the
Multnomah county line, one mile,
$10,000 aud Raker's bridge to Lo
gan, five miles, $25,000.
The bonds will beat 5 per cent
interest and have a life of 30 years.
The estimated cost of the roads is
$560,000 or about $40,000 less than
Notice is hereby given that the un the total amount of the issue.
J. V. BARR
A t the Old Stand
GIVE HIM A CALL
- A N I 4-
— Neatly done by—
J. K. MORROW,
W idely scattered have been built by the
Portland Railway, Light & Power Co. lor
the purpose of providing
taxes, cut the ex pen ses o f st a t e o f f i c e s
to a minimu m, ab olis h a ll unnecessary
boards and comm iss io ns, and to reduce
the ex pen dit ure s o f all c o m m is si o ns not
abolished, Ch a rle s A. Johns, a t to rn e y o f
Po rtl a nd , is m a k in g a clean -cut race fo r
Ke p ub lic a n nom inat ion tor Go ver no r.
A lt h o u g h M-. Johns has resided in
P o r t la n d o n ly t w o years, lie is a pioneer
o f Ore gon.
Ho wa s M a y o r o f Maker fo r
fo u r terms, and School D ir e ct or o f that
c i t y eig ht ee n years. H e has re cei ved the
unqualified indor sem ent o f all bankers o f
B a k e r o f Mis candidacy.
Ite jj a r d in g his p la t fo r m , Mr. Johns
“ Ex pe n se s o f the Stat o o f O re gon
sh ow ed a m a te r ia l inc rea se f o r 1H13-H
o v e r 1903-04.
T h a t was natural.
the Increase wa s more than $3.000.000,
that is outrageous.
“ T h is unnec es sar y inc rea se— out o f ail
ra t io w it h the g r o w t h o f O re g o n — with
its a lm o st unbearable burden to t a x
pa ye rs o f the state, is m y f i r s t reason
f o r en t e ri n g the race f o r Go vernor.
" F a i r - m i n d e d vo t e rs w il l co ncede that
there should be a m a te r ia l inc rea se in
tho ex pen ses o f the o f f i c e o f G o v e r n o r
f o r 1913-14 o v e r 1903-04; but the re Is no
valid reason w h y tiiis in crease should he
T h i s is e n t ir e ly undefendable.
Jt cost $11,000 to conduct the o f f i c e o f
G o v e r n o r f o r 1903-04: in 1913-14 tlie a p jS
p ro pr ia tio n f o r the sa m e o f f i c e wa s
“ T h e a p pr op r ia tio n In 1902-04 f o r the
o f f i c e o f S e c re ta r y o f S ta te w a s $24,300, fit
and in 19 13-1 1 it w a s $ OS,000, an increase
o f $4 3,700.
T h e o f f i c e o f S ta t e T r e a s
co st the t a x p a y e r s $10,000 fo r
1903-04, but increas ed
to $35,530 for
1913-14. A p p r o p r ia t io n s f o r the o f f i c e o f
A t t o r n e y - G e n e r a l increased f r o m $7200
f o r 1903-01 to $26.G0U f o r 1913-14. T h er e
are no va li d re asons f o r these e x c es s iv e
increases, and I pr om is e in m y pl a t fo rm ,
i f elec ted G o ve rn o r, to cut down the e x
penses o f each o f these o ff ic e s , the reb y
r e du ci ng taxes,
i co ns ide r this h sacred ©
p r o m is e and w i l l keep it.
" O t h e r e x c e s s iv e a p p r op r ia ti o n s w ero
f o r boards and comm iss io ns.
Th a ve e x
pen ditures increased
fr o m
1903-04 to $1,173.091.50 fo r 1913-14.
elected G o v e r n o r r w il l abolish a ll un
n ec es s a r y boards ami c o m m is si o n s and
m a k e a m a t e r ia l reduction in the e x
pen ses o f t hos e not abolished.
" T h e inc re a se in the ex pen ses fo r
S ta te g o v e r n m e n t f r o m $2,192,451.52 f o r i
1903-04 to $0,173,475.17 fo r 1913-14 Is
ex ce ss iv e, and 1 p t o m is o in m y p la t fo r m
to s h o w a mat or ia l decr eas e in this e x
pe n di t u re and a co ns equent redu ction In
" M y record ns M a y o r and as School
D i r e c t o r o f Ba ke r sh ow s the a f f a i r s o f
theso o f f i c e s w e r e conducted at a m in i
mu m cost and on a business basis, and
that the se r v ic e w a s e f f ic ie n t .
F o r this
reason, I re cei ved the u n q u a lif ie d in
do rs e m en t o f the thr ee banks o f Baker.
O f f i c e r s o f these banks sa y o v e r their j
si g na tu re s that
'in our ju dg m en t, as ;
Go ver n o r, he could and w ou ld do the
» a m p th in g f o r the State.’
" T h e S l a t e o f O re go n needs a clean-
cut, business a dm in is tra ti o n, and as G o v
er no r I can and w il l g i v o It that kind o f
an a d m in is t ra t io n .”
am and have been continuously school
director in District 85 for upwards of
1 will state truthfully that I have not
entered this race with any selfish
thoughts to better my condition finan
cially through being elected commis
sioner, if such be the case. I never had
ambition for a public life, and will state
further that I do not expect to make
my living dabbling in politics, and my
only motive is to do good by assisting
to conduct the affairs of this county in
a strictly business-like manner.
As to columns of promises before
election not being fulfilled afterwards,
I do not believe in them, therefore my
promises are few, but in the few I will
make I will fulfill, if it be in my power
to do so, even if it should be the means
of making an enemy of every politician
and liker of scraps in the county. No
man or men have and never will have,
strings on me. 1 am open to sugges
tions or convictions, and believe in
courtesy, but no man can dictate to me
along crooked or unbusinesslike lines.
I am out of the ring, and 1 will stay out.
I am convinced that the business of
this county can be conducted with less
expenditure by following strictly busi W H A T H IS OX.D N E IG H B O R S S A T .
T o W h o m I t M a y Concern: C h a rl es A
ness methods, free from politics.
J o h n « wa s a co ntinu ous resident o f
Space will not permit me to go in de- B a k e r C i t y f o r t w e n t y - f o u r years, du ri n g
w h ic h t im e he se r ve d fo u r t er m s a u
tail at this time, but I will say that I M a y o r and cig iit e en co n s e c u t iv e y e a r s as
believe that all supplies bought by the , A n M a y o r he g a v e the c i t y an honest,
county from pen and ink to the steam roll-' a ff lu ent a d m in is t ra t io n , and its fin an - ,
. . I v i a I a f f a i r s w e r e conducted on a close, I
e r Should be by competition and e n t i r e l y , safe, eco nom ica l basis and at the v e r y |
ex pen se to the t a xp a y er s
free from political debt and gain, and \ lo w A e f s t S ch
o o l D ir e ct or he a l w a y s w o r k e d j
that all officers of the county from the f o r th e best o f re sults and f o r ec o n o m y , . ,
In a d m in is t ra t io n , w it h im p a ir in g the
Hon. Judge to the road supervisors ln gn sta nd ard o f the B a ke r P i t y schools, i , ^
our ju d gm en t, as Go ve rn o r, lie could i
should unite to carry the business a f and In w
ou ld do the sa me t h in g f o r the
fairs of the county in a careful, conser- j 8tate.
Da ted a t B a k e r Ci ty , Oregon, this 7th i
vatlve manner. And if all connected d a y o f March. 1914.
with the county affairs in a business F I C R I S T T Y . N A T I O N A L B A N K O K B A K E R I
way would act along these lines and
B y W m , To ll m a n , its Pr esi de n t.
T IZ E N S '
N A TIO N A L
pull together the results would be beni- j C I BAKER
B y F. P. Bodin so n, its Pre sid en t.
ficial to the taxpayer by lower taxation, I
TR U S T COMPANY,
which must come or there will be little
B y II. A. Sonne, its Cashier.
progress for C!a kamas county.
mers cannot long stand the present
taxation and go ahead.
S P R IN G W A T E R
How often do our officials at the
We have some new neighbors on
court house recall how saving and eco
nomically the farmer has lived and la the W ilcox place, a Mr. Bailey, his
bored 12 to 15 hours per day for 12 long son and their families, having also
months in mud and water and muddy bought the crops of W ilcox's. We
roads to save up enough money to trot are sorry to loose our good old
to the treasurer’s office to pay his or
her rent. It is hard earned money by neighbors but also welcome the new
the tax payer, and it must be lowered neighbor families.
or there will be less population in this
We underatand Gerald and Guv
county ten years hence.
W ilcox are going to fish this season.
We farmers must have something on
our investment, and right here I will Roy is to work on his ranch at
say, that farmers watch who you send Eagle Creek and Mr. W ilcox and
to Salem to the Legislature.
his daughter Sadie will live in the
In conclusion here are my promises
equal and just consideration to all per Rath house at Springwater until
sons and all parts of county. I will in school is out, then they too. will
sist that all |iersons employed by the move over on Eagle Creek.
county earn their pay. f will conduct,
Road work has begun up this way.
as far as the authority of commissioner
Last Sunday was sure a storrnv
goes, the business of the county in a
careful, conservative and progressive day with rain, wind and small hail.
manner, without fear or favor. So do W e expect five more rainy Sundays
as you see fit. You are the judge and
I am in your hands now, and will be at as it rained on Easter.
A good many up this way have
your service if elected.
W. F. Harris early garden growing nicely. Mrs.
Ben jama n of Dodge said she had a
dersigned, Theodore J. Uhlman, Jr.,
has filed hi application in the County
Som e More Local News
Court of Clackamas County, Oregon,
praying for a decree changing his name
U. S. Morgan lost a valuable
from Theidore J. Uhlman, Jr., to Theo
! horse Sunday night.
John Moehnke has been the guest
dore Willard Mcberan, for the reasons
set forth in the application. Any and
The Progress is pleased to again of his sisfer. Mrs. Ray Douglass for
all persons having any objection to said have some items from Springwater. a few days
H. S. Gibson, was an Estacada
application or to change of said name
How much of the money lor visitor Tuesday.
as aforesaid must appear in the County
Walter Kirchens was over this
Court of Clackamas County, Oregon, highways was proportioned for
W . M . Y on ce
on Monday the Uth day of May, 1914 , roads leading to or out of Estacada? Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. W ill Douglass
and then and there make said objection,
One thing Estacada young ladies entertained Mr. and Mrs. Ray
if any they have, why said decree
should not be granted and said appli do not have to worry about, is that Woodle at dinner Sunday.
Mr and Mrs. Ed. Douglass, Mil
cant’s nume changed as prayed for.
they will not be elected Queen of
dred and Florence Douglass, visited
Dated April 7. 1914.
the Rose Carnival.
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Guy
Theodore J. Uhlman, Jr.,
B la c k s m ith a n d W h e e lw rig h t
See Chester Womer as Jack San- ¡Chester Sunday afternoon
C. D. and D. C. Latourette, Attor
derson in “ A Junior” at Boner's j ' _ ^|rs' *• ® Gibson, Miss Ethel
neys for Applicant.
the D a y or Contract
HIES M M CU I'i Ten
— CHARLES A. JOHNS
T hey have it— good fresh vege
tables. G o and see them. Fred Editor Progress:
| If you will permit me »pace for a few j
--------------------- --------------------- remark» in connection with my candi- j
Wanted— Highest price paid for I dacy for the nomination to the office of j
County Commissioner on the Republican PORTLAND ATTORNEY SEEKS
eggs at the Palace Meat Market.
F u e d J o k g .
As numerous persons from rural parts j
FOR GOVERNOR ON PLAT
of the county have asked who this Will i
FORM PROMISE TO RE
Wanted — A subscription solicitor F - Harris is, first I will say that I am a
for the Progress. Enquire at this farmer and rather a heavy taxpayer for
I “ farmer, and deeply intereated in the
_______________ ____ ________ j welfare of this county. I have reaided “ Unnecessary Boards and Com
1 on this homestead since 1886 ; have been
missions Should Be Abol
1 omato and
C abhage | fajr|y successful in my line of business,
ished,” Says Former
Plants for sale.
by following a careful, conaervative
Mayor of Baker.
W. H. Holder. Stafford Ave. method of doing business, both on the
farm and in the saw mill business. I
On a p la t f o r m tha t prom ises to reduce
Samuel W. Hark lev, Defendant.
To Samuel W. Barkley, defendant
In the name of the State of Oregon,
you are hereby required to appear and
answer the complaint filed in the above
entitled action on or before the eighth
(8) day of May A. I). 1914. said date
being more than six weeks from the date
of the first publication of this summons,
and if you fail so to appear, plaintiff will
apply to the Court for the relief prayed
for in her complaint, to-wit:
For decree awardiug plaintiff an abso
lute divorce from said defendant on the
grounds of desertion, for a decree award
ing plaintiff the custody of the minor
$150000 to loan at 7 percent,
children, and for such other ami further gilt-edge security. Enquire of
relief as the court shall adjudge equit
J. W . Reed, Estacada.
Service of this summons is served upon
you bv publication in pursuance of an
The law says that butter wrap
order of the Honorable H. S. Anderson, pers must be printed or so stamped
Judge of the County Court, for the as to conform to . law. T h e Pro
County of Clackamas, State of Oregon,
gress office prints 100 for $1.00.
made ou the 21st. day of March A. I).
1914. directing that said publication be
Large tract of good valley farm-
made in the Kstacada Progress.
Tbe date o( the first publication of j ¡ng land to he thrown o)>en in cen
this summons is March 2b, 1914, anil the tral Oregon in May. Good cli
date of the last publication is May 7
mate, plenty of water, ard rich
soil. For large map and full di
CLAUDEW . DEVORE,
rections and information send $1.50
Attorney for Pluintiff.
V. Lingelbach, Plaintiff,
Tests eyes and fits glasses.
James Yeakcy. Executor of the
Office over Drug Store
Local and long distance tele- estate of F.iunin Yeakey, deceased,
James Yeakey. Martin Yeakey,
Grace Arville Yeakey, aud Jesse
C L A U D E W. D E V O R E To James Yeakey, Executor of the
Estate of Emtna Yeakey. deceased,
A T T O R N E Y -A T -L A W
James Yeakey, Martin Yeukev, Grace
Arville Yeakey, and Jesse Yeakey, the
N O T A R Y P U B L IC
above named defendants.
E s ta c a d a , O re g o n
In the name of the State of Oregon,
you are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed in the
E. W. B A R T L E T T .
above entitled action on or before the
eighth (8) day of April A. I). 1914. said
date being more than six weeks from
the date of the first publication of this
summons, and if you fail so to appear,
plaintiff will apply to the court for the
Office ou Broadway.
relief prayed for in his complaint, to-wit:
Oregon Will take judgement for the sum of
Three hundred end fifty five (#355-73)
dollar* and seventy three cents, with
interest at the rate of 8 percent per
JO H N B R O W N
annum, on Three hundred (#.yx>) dollars
from the 10th. day of August 1911, for
T H E IN S U R A N C E M A N
#30.00 Attorneys fees, together with the
OF GRESHAM PHONE 513 costs and disbursements, which indebt
edness arises out of a certain promissory
note made, executed and delivered to
O R E G O N F IR E
plaintiff by Emma Yeakey (now deceas
R E L IE F A S S O C IT IO N ed), mother of the above named defend
ants, and for a decree foreclosing the
OF MCMINNVILE. ORE.
certain real estate mortgage executed
and delivered by said Kmtur. Yeakey
Automobile Insurance a Specialty
to this plaintiff to secure the payment of
s«id note, which real estate is described
as follows, to-wit: Lots four and five
(4 * 5), Block six (6), Original Townsite
of the City of Estacada, Clackamas
County, Oregon, and that said real estate
A. E. Sparks
he sold under execution, or so much
there of as shall be necessary to satisfy
the judgement, interest, attorneys fees,
costs and disbursements, and accruing
costs and disbursements, and as provided
I by law for the sale of real estate under
Repairing of All Kinds
¡execution, and for a decree that the
interest of each of the defendants and all
Plumbing and Electric
persons claiming under them, in said
mortgaged premises, subsequent to said
mortgage be foreclosed of all right or
claim of interest, except the equity of
redemption, and for such other and
further relief as may seem equitable to
the Court in the premises.
This summons is served upon you by
publication in pursuance of an order of
the Honorable H. S. Anderson, Judge of
the County Court, for the County of
Clackamas, State of Oregon, made on
W . A. JONES
the 21st. day of March A. D. 1914.
directing that said publication lie made
in the Estacada Progress.
The date of the first publication 0/ this
Good rigt and careful driven always
summons is March 26. 1914. and the
date of the last publication is May 7,
Given Huntiug and Fishing Parties
CLAUDE W. DEVORE.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
T e a m W o r k and H au ling by
W H E R E H A R R IS S T A N D S
to J. C. Dearway. T he Dalles.
An opportunity to get a
free homestead near
In the Circuit Court of the State of
school and market.
Oregon for the Countv of Clackamas.
D R R. M O R S E .
to its patrons.
Through high tension trans
mission lines, each of there generating
plants are intercommunicative, so that the
service is insured against unforseen mter-
W H ER E L O C A T E D
Portland ( 2 )
Portland Railway, L ig h t & Power C o .
Broadway and Alder Street*
ECONOMY is one of the
moat abased words in the dic
It does not
the mere saving of money, as
True economy consists in se
curing for the least money the
highest values possible.
Without the value you lose,
no matter whet
IN TERNATIONAL Clothes
means TKÜE ECONOMY in
the best sense of the word.
Try an International Suit
this season. Let ns take your
measure aud give you a sam
ple of what R EAL TA Y-
LORING stands for.
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P R IC E S
Effective August 1st, 1913, F. O. B.
Oregon City or Estacada
Model T. Runabout $575.00
Town Car 825.00
Touring Car 625.00
mess of lettuce a few days ago.
Earl Kilgore and wife took a load
W ith full equipment.
of lumber from Horuer Bros’ , mill
a few days ago.
Mr. Myers' father is paralyzed
O f Oregon City, Distributers.
sud is very low and expected to
pass away at any time
Mrs. Myers’ brother was killed a
few days ago by a falling limb while
We expect to have a R. P\ D. 1
curtain rises at 8:15.
route from Estacada to Dodge soon,
the people donating work on the
Tbe Track Meet last Friday
By Our High School Reporter
road for the route.
proved to be a great snccesa. as far
" A Junior” tomorrow night, at
The women of Springwater have
as the Seniors arc concerned. Tbe
organized a Parents' Association Boner's theatre.
was so one-sided that hun
Club. They are to meet once a
Mr. Jerome Shultz gave a very
dreds of people left before the meet
Park and li. S. Gibson spent the month at the school house and their
, theatre tomorrow night. Chester evenlnR wilh Mr. , nd
Roy object is to work for the school, to interesting talk last Friday on the was over. This year's graduating
Douglass. Tuesday evening.
improve the school playground and "Development of the Drama” .
BASE B A L L
class took everything that they en
Tbe Track Meet Saturday is go-
the school house, etc.
The road along the bluff east of ^ Mr and Mr*' ° nJr Woo- le
tered so the real interest of tbe meet
The Kstacada Base Bail team
Dcver visitors Sunday,
Sidney Smith has been on the ing to be hotly contested by E. H..S.
centered between tbe Sophomores
Mac Huggins, while felling trees sick list for the past week but p;veryone ought to be there.
will cross bats with
Randall's town wss put in excellent shape
The Junior Class,
All Star team of Portland, which is TuesJay by people living np that j last Thursday wss killed by a limb will be back on the mail route
Tomorrow at i o'clock will take because they have no 00c trying out
He again in a few days.
a strong, fast team. Come out and way, which is very commendable striking him in the temple.
* died about 20 minutes afterwards Frank has been carrying tbe mail place the second annual joint liter on track, did not think they conld
see the opening game, Y o u 'll gel
ary program. An- excellent pro- make a creditable showing so did not
1 Interment was in the Forrester for him.
your moneys worth
Candidates for office are very nu- cemetery Saturday afternoon at 2
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lewellen gram has been gotten np and it is enter the meet. Far the Freshmen,
E. B. Byers, Mgr. I merous in Estacada these days, and o'clock
quite a large crowd were came to Springwater Saturday after hoped a large crowd will be present. Clyde Denny was high man with
| their pictures neatly rival the pos in attendance at the funeral to as- noon to attend the dedication of the
Remember the special music that 10H points, and Lloyd Bw alt car
ried off honora for the Sophomores
Dr Morse also tests eyes ters for plays and other entertain sist in and witness the last sad rites church at this place Sunday,
Aue and Belfils are going to with 14 points. The final score
^ 4 and fits glasses. Office over ments which adorn the windows over the body. He leaves a wife, j Mr Hodges from the State Uni
father, mother, brother and sister versitv of Eugene, gave a lecture give tomorrow night at Boner’ s was: Seniors 55, Freshmen j 8 } 4 .
of all business houses.
theatre. Music starts at 8 o'clock, Sophomores 32JV,
to mourn their loss.
( here Monday night on flies, etc.
Pacific Highway Garage
J. W . REED,