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EASTERN CLACKAMAS NEWS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1928
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more in earnest than ever before. You can
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map out your campaign and put it over. The
people of this community are watching you.
Your success, or failure, in this campaign,
will mean much to you for years to come.
You are the leader of your own campaign.
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opportunity of seeing the new Ford
car know what a desirable little
machine it is. It is a prize well
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Vote Schedule and Subscription Price of Eastern Clackamas News
Up to S a tu rd a y N ight
F e b r u a r y 18
CHEVROLET COACH ...................................$733.95
FORD ROADSTER ....................................... 501.27
Radio Set (purchased from Clyde Schock) 200.00
Radio S et............................................................ 150.00
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Estimated Cash Commissions........................ 500.00
year $ 1.50 12,000
years 3.00 .......... -
years 4.50 GO,000
years 0.00 120,000
years 7.50 240,000
years 0.00 300,000
years 15.00 080,000
F e b r u a r y 19 to S a tu rd a y
N ight, M a rc h 10
M arch 1 1 to S a tu rd a v
Night, M a rc h 17
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year $ 1.50 0,000
years 3.00 22,500
2 years 3.00 15,000
years 4.50 45,000
years 4.SO 30,000
years 0.00 00,000
years G.00 00,000
years 7.50 180,000
5 years 7.50 120,000
years o.oo 2 Î 0.000
0 years 0.00 : 80,000
years 15.00 510,000
10 years 15.00 340,000
The above declining of votes will positively not be changed during the campaign.
A special vote ballot good for 100,000 extra votes will be issued on every “club” of
$20 turned in. This special offer will remain in effect during the entire campaign
and will be considered a part of the regular schedule.
Honor rolls will draw 10,000 votes. Ladies’ special stationery will draw the same
as subscriptions but will not commence until the second period.
la t v t n n m F : n s f< n
ing as high as $125 for some of them. Ralph De Shazer and his sister,
Mr. and Mrs. Heiple believe in the ! Miss Violet, represented this com
best of whatever they own. They munity at the recent American Legion
have 35 turkeys for breeding pur j meeting in Estacada.
Homer Glover, mail carrier, is buy-
CURRINSVILLE, Feb. 2.— (Spec poses
Mrs. Elvan Looney and son Wil ! ing slab wod from Mark Pagh.
ial).— Floyd Hale killed a monster bur, Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Holland went Herbert Udell is cutting cord wood
chicken hawk which measured 47 to Oregon City Tuesday to attend the for his brother-in-law, Fred Baker.
inches from tip to tip. These birds damage suit of Cecil Wright.
are very destructive to the barnyard Mrs. Otto Kiggins was shopping
in Currinsville Tuesday morning.
~E. W. Ficken of Springwater was Mrs. Murray C laris visited Mrs. P.
shopping in Currinsville Saturday W. Douglass Tuesday.
and met friends that he had not seen The Currinsville Store truck hauled
in some time. Some of them were out from Portland Tuesday some fine GEORGE, Feb. 2.— (Special).—
T. C. McKay, H. S. and R. B. Gibson. turkeys for1 R. H. Miller.
Ralph Chaney has started building a
Wilbur Wade ig reported on the
sick Kst and hag been confined to his
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Johnson and
spent Monday evening at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Paulsen.
Mr. and Mrs. George Prister and
Samuel Miller has been visiting his
children stopped off in Currinsville
daughter, Mrs. P. Ruhl, for a few
H. D. Lombard lost two sheep on Le Nettie Neumann gave a birthday days.
A county test was given at school
surprise paj-ty for Lydia Krieger at Friday
and the children came through
A. G. Buhlinger has been clearing the
some stump land for the Currins Mark Pagh and Ralph DeShazer with good grades.
Gustave Zoirmann has been absent
recently shipped a car of from
school for two days on account
Mrs. H. B. Stowell has been sick together
of a cold.
for a few days so that Mr. Stowell did visitor in Portland Monday.
Leon and Mr. Mattson werg
not return to his work.
Udell, the little son of Mr. seen Mr. driving
around Tuesday. It was
C. W. Fuller and H. S. Joqes hftd and Charles
H. H. Udell, has mumps.
Mr. Mattson’s first trip and he was
their electric lights connected i»p on C. Mrs.
impressed by the country.
Shazer have been ill the past week much
Joyner made a business trip
Cecil Wright went to Oregon City but
much improved now.
to Oregon City Monday.
Tuesday expecting that his damage Mr. are and
suit for the loss of his leg would come and children of Oregon City, Mr. Miss Flora Lins visited her home-
up for trial.
Mrs. P. P. Peshall of Firwood folks
Julius Paulsen and George Willing
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kirchem visited and
the D. E. McConnell family Sunday and sons were dinner guests at the made a trip into the Garfield country
and in the afternoon visited the J. P. Joseph
DeShazer home on Sunday. on Young
people’s day was observed in
Fred Barker is getting a large- church here
Sunday. Clarence Ames,
Mr. and Mrs. Tdgar Heiple were in amount
Portland Monday and while there pur been getting out poles for local hop president of the Clackamas County
Christian Endeavor, gave a talk.
chased five head of dairy cows, pay growers.
The club held its annual meeting
Saturday and an election was held.
The new officers are Henry Smith,
Joe Weiderhold, vice pres
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Harvey Springer is working for ness of unselfish service for others.! The Ladas Aid of the Method!
1 he principal topic ot his address church held a most interesting met
Clarence Palmateer of Die, Oregon was law enforcement. , orld peace ing Wednesday afternoon at the pai
visited with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. and Christian endavor .-.round tire sonage. There was a good atteni
L. J. Palmateer Sunday.
The Rev. Cook of Estacada M. E.
church will preach at the Nora Me
morial church Suday at 3 p. m. Sun
day school will be held at 2 p. m.
Mrs. Ellen Patterson visited with
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Mr. and Mrs. Robert Snyder visited
with Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Snyder on
Mr. and Mrs. Jameson have re |
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turned from Stockton, Calif., where
they visited their daughter. They
will remain on their ranch for the
rest of the winter.
Mrs. L. J. Palmateer is still on thg |
sick list. She has been confined to
her home for some time with grippe. :
W alter Snuffin and Mrs. Charle:
Duncan went to Portland to visit Mr.
Municipal Terminal, Sixth and Salmon Sts.— Phone Main 7733.
Snuffin’s mother who is quite ill.
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Mrs. W alter Snuffin is taking care of
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Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Moreland o f ,
A.M. P.M. P.M
Portland visited at the J. C. More Lv. Portland
2.00 0.20 Lv. Estacada 8 :00 4:30 8:30
2:30 6:50 Lv. Eagle Creek 8:15 4:45 8:45
land home Sunday.
2:40 7 :00 Lv. Barton
3:25 4:55 8:55
Mrs. Minnie Eash was taken to a ¡ Lv.
8:45 5:15 9:15
3:05 7:25 Lv. Carver
sanitarium in Portland Saturday for
8:15 5:25 9:25
3:30 7:50 Ar. Portland 0:30 6:00 10:00
(A) Saturday Only.
The Garfield Grange will hold it
•Daily except Sunday
SUND A— Leave Portland 10 a. m. Leave Estacada 4 :30 p. m.
regular session Saturday, F ebruary,
4. There will be four candidates ini
Bartholomew & Lawrence
SPRINGWATER C. E. WINS
OREGON CITY, Feb. 2, (Special).
— Springwater Christian Endeavor
society won the $2.50 cash prize for
the best attendance at the Landreth
meeting in Oregon City Monday eve
ning. The contest was decided by th<
number of members in the individua’
society and Springwater went over
the top with 155 per cent. Oregon
City Presbyterian church won ¡he
The church was crowded with the
visitors from all parts of the county.
UPPER GARFIELD, let. 2.— ) Dr. Landreth, principal speaker
t:special).— Many of the farmers are said that young people had no right
taking advantage of the nice weather i to have a good time unless they were
and getting their plowing done and helping someone else. He said the
putting in their spring crops.
1 only real happiness was the happi-
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