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lEaatmt (Etarkamas Nruts
D evoted to the Interests of Eastern
COM M UNITY CLUB TO MEET
LAST FRID AY OF MONTH
The last Friday eveing in this
month is the regular meeting night
of the Eastern Clackamas Community
club. The meeting at that time prom
ises to be very interesting.
SHOW BY THE SEÑOR CLASS IS News next week will probably have SYN D ICATE TAK ES OPTIONS ON
the tentative program o f the meet
A C R E A G E HERE FOR TH A T
READ Y FOR A P P R O V A L OF
E ST A C A D A PUBLIC
ESTACADA, OREGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1928
HIGH SCHOOL PLAY
LaDEE TO ST A R T O PERA TIO N S
ABO U T FEB R U A R Y FIRST
The superintendent of the LaDee
Logging company was in Estacadr
one day this week. He reported that
operations would resume at this camp
about the first of February.
COUNTY AG EN T TO SPEAK
BEFORE COM M UNITY CLUB
PURPOSE IS BELIEF
PRIZES MULING $2,000.00 10
GE AWARDED 8Ï THE NEWS
CHEVROLET COACH, FORD ROADSTER, RADIOS
AND CASH PRIZES TO BE GIVEN IN CIR
CULATION CAMPAIGN.— ENDS ON
SATURDAY, MARCH 17.
As the News goes to press word
comes that County Agent Inskeep will
be here to address the Community
Because he enjoyed spoiling his
Considerable excitement has exist club on Friday evening, January 27.
two daughters, Eva Irene Davis and
For the first time since the organi ed in Estacada for several weeks
Estacada and Eastern Clackamas
Julia Lillian Duncan, since this zation of the Garfield school dis- since a supposedly eastern syndicate
county are being made a startling It K Prlze® One by saving the free
KITCHING & STEINMAN
coupons that appear in each issue of
would give him a “ pleasant power of trjct ¡n 1870, the Davis family is began taking options on local pro
N EW E ST A C A D A FIRM offer. The Eastern Clackamas News
his great wealth,” Mr. King, (Bob not represented in the school. Lloyd perty.
No one in the community
offers a great opportunity to secure the News, starting next week, and
by subscriptions to the paper. You
Hayden) has come to be regarded by Davis has left Garfield and moved to has ever seemed to have an idea as
George Kitching and Ed. Steinman a beautiful new 1928 model Chevro can get your friends to help you.
them merely as a payer o f bills. M r.1 Estacada, and none o f the family by to the intentions o f the company or
have bought out the wood and trans let coach, a new 192S model Ford Credits are allowed on all subscrip
King decides to escape to the Amazon that name are now attending school the project being planned.
fer business o f Art. Perry and have roadster, as well as many other prizes
leaving his family in charge o f his jn that district.
It is stated emphatically that the formed the firm of Kitching & Stein for a little spare time. It takes no tions to the News. The vote sched
young manager Adam Smith (Carl
date on some o f the options taken man.
special training to enter the proposi ule will bc found elsewhere in this
issue o f the paper.
De Moy) who deplores the check F L A H E R TY BUYS FORDSON
expires on January 23, and the work
The new firm, in addition to con tion we are offering and win the
O U TF IT FOR FARM W O RK o f surveying some o f this property
Get right into the field and solicit
tinuing the Estacada-Portland truck
The new head o f the household
which was started early this wreek line, will engage in the fuel and as the News furnishes all the supplies the support o f your friends. They
finds himself opposed by Julia’s hus-
The Bob Cooke Motor company has again turned loose a lot o f ru
are going to renew, extend or event
transfer business locally and will and helps those who take part with-
band, Clinton (Dan Jennings) who reports the sale this week o f a Ford- mors, none o f which the News has make a specialty o f long distance oui °ne cent o f cost. \ou do not even ually subscribe for the News anyway,
is still, after two years, trying to de- gon tractor outfit complete with im- been able to confirm.
contract and furniture hauling.
have to bc a subscriber o f the News. so get to them first. It’s an elec
cide what his life profession shall be. plements to Coleman Flaherty and
It is evident that some develop
Kitching & Steinman were busi
This big list o f prizes will be given tion. The people o f this and sur
and by Uncle Horace (Oliver Beck) his brother o f the Garfield district, ment project here is planned, but ness partners in Estacada once be to the candidates receiving the high- rounding communities are going to
whose favorite occupation is sleeping
Mr Flaherty has 160-acre farm that is as much as anyone seems to fore, having owned and operated r., est votes in the circulation campaign elect someone to the prizes. They
in the most comfortable chair in the in Upper Garfield and will use the know. The story printed here from
now being put on by the News. The will be given away.
service station here.
house. Aunt Abby (Olive Bishop) j tractor for ordinary farm work on Thursday’s Oregonian, is little more
publisher o f the paper wants every How to Start
also takes charge o f matters when; tb;s ]arge tact.
You will find in the big opening
than the rumors that have been
home in Eastern Clackamas county
she can find time from her memory
floating around town the past few
to receive the News each week, and announcement a nomination coupon.
courses and founding o f homes for MEETING O F CREDIT MEN’ S
this is the purpose o f the campaign, Clip this out and fill in with your
A SSO CIA TIO N TONIGHT
“ Development o f a summer resort
o f which rules and regulations gov name or the name o f a friend and
A most delightful maid is Cynthia
and new residential addition to Esta
erning this contest will be found on bring or send it to this office. This
(Alice Kaake) who looks after the
The regular montMy meeting of cada is said to be under way by a
will start you o ff with 10,000 votes.
! page three o f this paper.
many requirements o f this numerous
Eastern Clackamas Business New York syndicate which has ob
You will find an opportunity coupon
' Many Prizes O ffered
family. Eva has two admirers, D r., Men>, Credit agsociation wi„ bc held tained options during the past three | Will vi.it O rchard, in A ftern oon and
A splendid array o f prizes is to be good for 100,000 votes.
Delamater (Harold Kitchmg) in real- ^
(Friday) at the city months on about 200 acres lying \
given away in a few short weeks, to these for the first lour new yearly
Discuss Problems Confronting
ity a fortune hunter, and Lord A n -, ha„ at 8:00 O.clock
along both sides o f the Clackamas
be exact, on March 17, St. Patrick’s subscriptions. You may include your
Growers o f Community
dren Gordon (Elwin Beck), a very
A n . invitation is extended to all river near the townsite o f Estacada.
day, to those who take part. To those own. Once started the rest is easy.
likeable chap who is much interested business men in Eastern Clackamas
“ The syndicate, headed by Mat
who do not win one o f the regular The hardest part o f the undertaking
county to attend the meeting and to thew Jonap o f New York, has ac
Prune growers o f this district will listed prizes, and who continue active is the start.
Adam decides that the only way to become members of the association. quired options on various parcels of meet in Estacada Tuesday, January until the end o f the campaign, will be Manner o f Aw arding Prizes
get the family out o f the habit o f
property, including Estacada park 17, for the purpose of discussing the paid a cash commission on the amount
Winners o f the various prizes will
spending money faster than they get
and all land between the south bridge problems in connection with the in o f business turned in. Anyone can be determined by votes. Votes win
it, is to move them far away from Daughter Born to R eed.
and river mill.
dustry, and a demonstration will be make good wages with a guarantee and not the amount o f money or
the present environment. He conse-1 Congratulations are being extended
“ Herman List, registered from held in some orchard in the after like this. You can win one o f the subscriptions turned in. Make your
quently takes them to Newark where
Mr; and “ « V ® “
1 R*ed ° V*r Kingstone, Indiana, is at the site noon, according to a letter received bigger prizes. You can make over slogan "V otes!” Work for votes all
the principal amusement is going to »he advent
o f a little daughter supervising
surveys o f the property. from the county agent, John J. Ins-j 5100 a week.
the time. At the end o f the cam
bed at eight o ’clock.
born in Portland on J.an- Plans o f the syndicate, it is said,
paign the candidate having the high
keep, addressed to John Hayman of How to Secure Votes
It would be hard to guess how U« T 12' M° th*r and child getting
are to construct a wide boulevard Estacada.
There are two ways in which to se est total o f votes will win the Chev
Adam made woge earners out o f the alonS v« y
along the river front and to lay out
C. L. Long will be in the county cure votes, which in turn win you rolet, the second high will win the
summer home tracts. A golf course, Monday and Tuesday and will ad
Ford, and so on down the prize list
You will enjoy “ Adam and Eva,”
swimming pools and other resort fea dress the growers here Tuesday
until all the prizes are awarded.
the senior play, which will be given
tures are reported to be included in morning at 10 o ’clock and will visit
Then to all the candidates, if there
at the high school auditorium this
be any, who have not won a prize,
an orchard in the afternoon with the j
evening (Friday), starting at 8
“ Great secrecy has surrounded the prune men.
a cash commission o f 10 per cent
work to date with the result that the
will be paid on the amount o f money
Mr. Hayman was requested to gei j
people o f Estacada have revived in a hall for the meeting, and stated |
they have turned in during the cam
W IL L BUILD HOME
terest in their region, which was fa that it probably would be held ir ; Boy>, Team Dnf„ u d by Oregon City paign. But in the event a candidate
Hattie Fuller B ecom e. Guardian
mous for many years as a playground the Liberty Theatre.
wins a prize the commissions will not
Neighbor o f O rganization for
W hile Girls Win their Match
because o f the development in 1901
Elmer Bedinger has purchased a
be paid unless the commission ex
Mr. Hayman urges all the men and
the Coming Year.
o f Estacada park, a 30-acre tract women interested in the prune in
By Score o f 29 to 23
ceeds the value of the prize, then the
five-acre tract o f land from Walter
owned by the Portland Electric Pow dustry in this section o f the county
difference will be paid the candidate.
Looney, on which he intends to build
A candidate to be eligible for a prize
to attend this meeting.
Estacada Circle No. 832, Neighbors
The boys’ team o f Estacada high or commission must remain active
“ The syndicate, it is said, expects
I of W oodcraft, installed officers on to close cash deals for much o f the
DORCAS SO CIETY MEET
| school was defeated by Oregon City during the life o f lh^campaign, turn
Thursday evening, January 5, the fol property within the next few week: GRANGES PROTEST PAR OLES
OF DRY L A W V IO LATO RS Wednesday night by the score o f 41- ing in cash reports each week.
lowing being the new officers for the and is said to be working with a
21 in a fast game of basket ball. The Make Y our Start Today
Garfield Dorcas society will meet coming year:
local team couldn’t get going, it
large capital at hand. Similar de
Make up your mind today that you
OREGON CITY, Jan. 12.— Some
on Thursday afternoon, January H),
Guardian Neighbor, Hattie Fuller; velopments have been carred on in
seemed, against the flashy youths of will be the winner o f one of these
at the home o f Mrs. E. J. Yocum.
; pag(. Guardian Neighbor, Margaret other parts o f the country by this
the capital city. Estacada high has
beautiful new cars, then send in youi
; Moss; advisor, Carrie Beatrice Mar- organization, but never before in tions of Clackamas county and rep to date won two games and lost one.
nomination and get instructions how
resentatives o f the Oregon Cii^
W IL L SELL CHICKEN TA M A LE S sba|[. magician, Ruth Keith; clerk, Oregon.
Everett Osborne, forward o f three
to proceed and the necessary sup
chamber of commerce attended the
Jane A. Bishop; banker, Charles W.
years’ experience, is captain o f the
plies, or better still, come to the o f
quarterly meeting of Pamona grange
The local organization o f the W. ¡Fuller; attendant, Olive Bishop; cap- EXPENSES OF CO UNTY SHOW
local squad. The line-up in Wednes
fice und talk it all over with us. Ii
at Logan Wednesday.
C. T. U. will hold a chicken tamale tain of guards, Lola M. Dodson; flag
day night’s game was—
CO N SID ERAB LE DECREASE
it is not convenient for you to come
Resolutions were introduced op
sale at the Estacada Pharmacy on | bearer, Lee McKenzie; inner senti-
Jennings, right forward; Osborne, we will send someone out to see you
posing paroles or suspensions of sen
Saturday, January 21, starting at 1C i nel, Lula E. Snyder; outer sentinel,
OREGON CITY, Jan. 12.— Clack tences for violators of the prohib’-1 left forward; Fantz. center; Voight, In any event get in touch with us
o ’clock in the morning. Funds real- Bessie A. Marshall; managers, Evelyn amas county spent $35,444.51 tc
right guard, and Fanton and Munson without delay. Don’t hesitate. “ He
tion laws, and urging that free fish
ized from this sale will be used for Lawrence and Blanche Norris; musi- carry on its business during the
left guards. Referee, Forest Ed- who hesitates is lost.” Get in before
ing and hunting licenses be given all
carrying on the work of the organ- cian, Frank A. Marshall; correspon- month o f December as compared to
some one else gets in the territory
persons who have resided in the state mundsen.
I dent, Ida Norris.
Estacada’s next game will be a that should be yours. Still there is
$75,374.31 during the preceding for 50 years or more.
The committee in charge o f the]
Past Guardian Neighbor Lola M. month. Disbursements from the var
double header with Milwaukie on Jan room for all. The more candidates
The next meeting of the Pamona
sale is composed o f Mrs. O. E. Smith Dodson officiated as installing offi- ious fu(nds were: General oounty,
the less votes it will take to win.
grange will be at Garfield in April. uary 20.
and Mrs. E. E. Hannah.
cer and did the work very nicely.
The girls’ game played Wednesday
$12,444.77; general roads, $5493.75; Plans were formulated for an eco
No one can get everyone, but several
Gifts were presented the retiring district roads,
, veryone and you
$14,163.36; market nomic conference on February 3, against West Linn was exciting. The , cfln an<J wi„ ^
Guardian Neighbor, Margaret Moss roads, $3352.63.
local team led the playing through th
AD VISES PLAN TIN G OF
will get your share if you start now
by the business men o f Oregon City
entire game, the score at the end be and work faithfully.
SOME E A R L Y C A B B A G E to the installing officer, and to their
and the grangers.
visitor, grand representative o f Dis W. C. T. UNION OPPOSES
ing 29-23 in favor of Estacada.
Renewals count just the same as
trict No. 11, Amy V. Dunn, who gave
The local line-up was— B. Arm-
SUSPENDED SENTENCES SPRING CONTEST
new subscriptions in this campaign.
Cabbage do well in this locality. a very instuertive talk during the
The Estacada organization of the
If planted early enough and in well evening.
11. Davis and E. Wilcox, centers; M. There are about five hundred people
W. C. T. U. has adopted the follow
in Clackamas county now receiving
improved soil, a crop can be expect
Following the installation ceremony
Sewing club members will finish Gardner and J. Gilgan, guards,
I the News. Many o f them are behind
ed which will bring good returns at there was a short program of instru ing resolution:
"Whereas, we have noted the ten up their work before the finaj exam
with their subscription, because no
¡nations in the spring. The manner LEGION DANCE A T EAGLE
effort has been made to collect it.
For example, last March 4, a local and dancinff finished the evening’s dency o f the courts to parole or
suspend sentences o f the violators of conducting the contest will be as
i We will furnish candidates with the
man put out 1200 plants which; entertainment.
o f the prohibition laws and whereas,
brought him a net return of ov er1
-----r post o f the I t list o f subscribers
. any section ol
we believe that after offenders their local achievement day program American
$35. He sold his crop at 2 cents Undergoe, Operation
Legion is giving «mother Ithe territory they des.re to work, and
at which time they will exhibit their
per pound, whereas if ^ had har.
Mrs H c Gohrln(f
in the Good
c o m p o s final
. .. . .. report of their series of popular dances at | *»«* can collect from present subscr-
found guilty, they should be pun work
vested it a few days earlier it would
_ , r
. u-mnere hall on Sai - bers just the same as from new ones.
Samaritan hospital in Portland where ished in accordance with the provis A local committee will appoint the the Eagle Creek grange hall o n « l Awardin.
have brought him 5 cents per pound. ^
submitted t0 an operation Wed-
Bills ] Awardm« the Prizes
judges whose duty it will be to select
The writer received 6 cents per
Mr Gohrin!f returned Thurs.
were ordered advertising the dance | In order that there cun be nr
means that the law and the enforc the best two exhibits, including fi-
pound for a few early heads and i day m_
A „ ------- f l l D f k i . w i f A Wa.
along with the other dances to be I question arise aa to the fairness of
reported that his wife was ing officers can be upheld
h o p * to see more o f the people o f ^
^ alon(r ag we„ as they
These two best exhibits from each I given by the post up until June, a i this paper ,n conducting
not getting along a
this community try for the early
sewing club will then be sent to Ore- dance occurring every three weeks, | paign, the ballot box will be placed
had hoped she would.
market for cabbage.
in the Estacada State Bank one week
Union o f Estacada that we urgently gon City where they will compete ! alternating with the Estacada Band
Early cabbage must have good
before the end o f the contest and
Nurse Visit» Schools
request the courts not to parole such
rich soil, but require very little care
will not be opened again until the
Miss Alger, county nurse, has been persons who are found guilty o f vio the county and will be judged.
which are held every three weeks
until in April or May when root mag-
The FsStacada Band will give their campaign
closed on the 17th of
visiting the schools this week.
The first two high scoring exhib-
cts mu3t be fought with corrosive
its will receive each a scholarship to next dance on the 28th o f January, | March. Then the key will be turned
sublimate, 1 ounce to 15 gallons of
Mrs. W. H. Grabell drove to Glad- Kitching Improving
the O. A. C. 4-H club summer schoo’ ; at the Estacada hotel, instead of the over to the judges, three husinesr
water, applied around the stems of ston Tuesday to visit with her
men o f the county, who will open the
Harry Kitching, who went to Mar- in June, 1228.
One o f these is Park pacilion, which is .eing torn
the plants every ten days or as often
box and count the votes and award
tin Springs last week, is reported to awarded by J. C. Peney company o f down,
as eggs may be found against the
the prizes. Everything will be open
be improving slowly from an attack Oregon City and the other by the
plant stem under the soil surface.
and above board with no chance for
CLO VER GRO W ERS INVITED
o f sciatic rheumatism.
county council o f the P.-T. A. aaso- Here From Eagle Cree
Cultivate as freely and often as
anyone to favor any candidate even
A conference o f clover growers
possible after soil begins to dry.
Creek were business visitors in the if they were so minded.
Market as early as possible to get is to be held in Oregon City on
Mrs. George Kitching was among
There is no chance for you to lose
Mrs Fred Leihammer has been in city Wednesday morning for a few
with a sacrifice o f January 16, to which all are invited, many from this community who at
l.ecause you will be paid fo£ th«.
(Continued on page two)
a few pounds in w a ig n u -u .
the illness o f her mother.
¡the Eagle Creek Trading Company.
D A V IS FAM ILY ABSE N T FIRST
TIM E SINCE Y E A R OF 1870
PRONE GROWERS TO HOLD
MEETING HERE TUESDAY
NEIGHBORS OF WOODCRAFT
INGIALLO NEW OFFICERS
HIGH SCHOOL BALL TEAMS
WIR AND LOSE GAME