Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, April 29, 1920, Image 11

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    L. L. PORTER
Repnblican Candidate For
C O U N T Y JU D G E
(Paid advertisement)
J. W. R E E D
ESTACADA.
OREGON
Republican Candidate For
COUNTY
COMMISSIONER
SPRINGWATER NEWS
Mrs. Proctor o f Forest Grove
has been visiting Mr. and Mr.
and W. A. Bard.
Mr. and Mrs. McClellan are
the proud parents o f a son.
Miss Wagner is in charge o f
the uppej" grades here this week.
M i s s Evelyn Standard spent
the week end at the George Law­
rence home.
Mr. and Mrs. Rae Erickson
arn planning on leaving for Can-
uua i his week.
Miss Ruth Zurcher of Silver-
ton in visiting her sister Mrs.
Rose Guttridge.
Bonney Erickson o f Portland
is visiting her grand-parents Mr.
and Mrs. P. Erickson.
Miss Lillian
McLennan o f
Portland visited her parents on
Wednesday of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Horner
and daughter Kaimeen visited
Mrs. Horner’s father who is in
the hospital in Portland.
Word has been received thot
Mr. and Mrs. Weld of Clatskan e
formerly o f this piace n.ive a
new daughter born April 10th.
For Clackamas County
DOVER ITEMS
Ralph DeShazer was an Oregon
City visitor Sunday.
Dr. Watters visited Mr. Guth­
rie’s family Sunu; y.
Miss Alice U< til visitid the
home folks over Sanaa.'.
UPPER EAGLE ( REEK
Miss Anna Flynn visited with
Portland friends during the week ,
end.
Mrs. E. Naylor and Mrs. Katie
Douglass were Portland visitors
last week.
C. H. Paddison recenly sold
his farm to W. R. Hayden of
Cooks, Washington.
Jesse Douglass and wife o f The
Dalles, were guests at the home
of Walter Douglass for the week
end.
Mrs. Dillor.Miss Maude Gulins,
Miss Bina Douglass. Harvey Mc­
Manus and Guy Woodle motored
out from Portland Saturday a f­
ternoon and called on Mr. and
Mrs. J. P. Woodle.
Support Home Talent
The NEWS backs home politi­
cal talent for representative and
county commissioner. Both Mr.
Bartlett and Mr. Reed have been
identified for year's with the town
and eastern part o f the county.
They both have property and
business interests here and nat­
urally will look after the home
interests better than outsiders.
They have held and hold muni­
cipal offices which involve the ex­
penditure o f m u c h time and
trouble without any financial re­
turn. and this fact should now
be remembered.
F. RYAN
R kpu m . ioan t ' wn uv v k I on
STATE
FtUlM l ’ l.At
SENATOR
K A M \S
(
OI V I \
With Eloquence And Song
Mayor E. W. Bartlett is put­
ting on a taking stunt in his cam­
paign for nomination as repre­
sentative. He i s accompanied
by a male quartette furnished by
THOS. F. RYAN
the High School. In addition to
A loyal supporter of the men
his own interests he D advocat­
and women o f <Ti *knmas Counts.
ing most vigorously for the odu-
Pioneer advocate <d pood roads
c itio ia ' m'dlagi bills. The quar­
from farm to Market, lias a
tette made quit»' a hit last Tues- ;
good record and will maintam it.
day evening at George and will
Paid Ad. bv Jacob S. Risley.
accompany h im t o 1 a nascus
next Tuesday night. May 4.
An Officer For A n Officer’s Job
Oregon Man Leader in
Great Religious Program
H.
E. M EA D S
Republican Candidate For
SHERIFF
Mr. John Park returned home
after several week’s absence.
Miss Snyder e n t e r t a i n e d
friends from Portland, Sunday.
Mrs. Susan Up legrave spen
several days in Portland last
“ I will give the best that is in
me and the benefit o f my expe­
rience as a contractor, road and
bridge builder.” Being a heavy
taxpayer, 1 am a candidate at the
request of a majority of the tax­
payers of the eastern part of the
county.
TH 05.
Clackamas County.
week.
The farmers are busy the^e fine
days finishing then stetin.g and
gardening.
Quite a number of the Dover
people went to Tronic aw Sunday
after smelt.
The DeShazer family and Mrs.
Waiter Kitznnlitr were enter­
tained at Mr. biiaw a Sunday.
Real
Estate News
Mrs. Eliza-Shank land has sold
her twenty-one-acre farm one
mile north o f town, to Mr. and
Mrs. J. F. Winn o f Wenatohee,
Wash., the price paid being
$5250.00. Mr. Winn expects to
move onto the farm and improve
it and make a home o f it. The
deal was made through the S. E.
Wooster & Son Agency.
They also sold ten acres o f
timber land in Sec. 36, T. 3-4,
owned by W. R. Stokes, and sold
to J. E. Ayers of Wasco County,
Ore., and a house and two lots iri
Estacada owned by E. J. Green­
wood, to W E. Me Willis o f Esta­
cada.
W ILLIA M HIRAM FOITLTCES.
On t/he “general staff” of perhaps
the greatest alliance of American
Protestant Churches In history--the
Intercihurch World Movement— Is a
former
pastor
of
Presbyterian
Churches in Che Middle and Har
W est: William Hiram Foulkes of
New York City.
Vico chairman of tho Intorohuroh
executive committee and associate
general secretary In Its cabinet, Mr.
Koulkea still finds time to direct the
$46,000,000 New Era Movement of
tho Presbyterian Church, which Is
that denomination’s part In the lnt<T-
churoh program for Protestant co­
operation In world-wide missionary
advance.
Born In Quincy, M ’ ch., Mr. Foulkes
preached In Elmira, 111., Clinton, la.,
and Portland, Ore., l>efore he came
out of the West to become pastor of
Rutgers Church, New York City.
Ills nation-wide campaign for a v d
clergymen, a« general secretary for
ministerial relief and «ostentation of
the
Presbyterian
Church,
made
known his ability as an orator. In
1910 he was sent to Edlr.burt.il
&
dHegnte to the World’s Missionary
Conference. He Is secretary
the
executive committee of the Presby­
terian National Service Cominl:"ton.
Deputy Sheriff for three years.
Strict Attention to Duty.
He has made good
Will
»
Investigate Crime Immediately.
(PAIDA DVERTISKWENT.)
F ou n d ers’ Day
The 77tb anniversary and 20th
celebration o f Founder’s day wdl
be celebrated at Champoeg, Mar­
ion Co. on May 1st. Judge P.
H. D.Arcy will be the president
o f the day and an informal pro-
‘ gram has been ai ranged.