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VO LU M E XX
Radio M ystery Found
In K ansas Home
Local and Personal Item s
Mr. B. O. Sarver was a Portland
visitor on Saturday.
TH U R S D A Y , A P R IL 8, 1926
News from the Neighboring Towns
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S teiw er Announces Platform County Judge Figlit As-
TO TH E VO TE R S~O F O REG O N:
S U m in «
F in a li
By this form al announcement I
The latest development in the
Receiving radio programs from
am declaring myself a candidate fo r county judge fight, which will soon
all parts o f the United S*ates with
SPR 1N G W A TE R NOTES
U PPE R E A G L E C REEK
the Republican nomination for the be in shape to start the lust louml,
out the use o f a radio is bei ig ex truck is sporting a new sign very
Pomona Grange will meet here
Mrs. Cobb was visiting with Mrs. office o f United States senator from is the entrance o f Commissioner
perienced by Gus Saur and his w ife brilliantly painted.
Louise Asp one day last week.
Kruse, as a candidate to succeed
Miss Vivian Gorham and Mrs. next Wednesday.
who live at Wichita, Kansas
A t the iast meeting o f the Ladies
Peters was very
I f elected my course
will be de- Judge Cross,
story on the "fr e a k ” reception was Raymond Lovelace were shopping
Aid, Mrs. Peter Erickson offered to pleasantly surprised on the first day termined in accordance w.th the
Ever since Judge Cros8 changed
recently published in the Wichita in Portland one day last week.
Eagle and is as follows:
Mr. and Mrs. Earl LaForge and Piece “
t<>P to be sold fo r the of A pril, her birthday, when Mrs. statements hereinafter set forth and his mind and resoived to put it up
Mystery still envelops the home children spent Sunday in Portland benefit o f the aid if the members Akers and Mrs. Paddison came up to according to the accepted principles to the piopie whether he was in-
o f Mr. and Mrs. Gus Saur. 4111 visiting relatives.
could Provide the »craps.
So any he school house with some sand- o f the Republican party. I have no competent and lacked the public
members or others interested who tviches, a cake and a jello salad— private interest to serve but will cn- confidence the forces which desired
East English street,
It might be
Beauties— apples at the ,
,. . . M
have any to spare would kindly get :nv:ting Mrs. Gibson to come
also, deavor to the best o f my ability to hig defeat' above all things, d ive
termed the mystery o f the hidden
and eating luncheon with her.
serve the nation and all the people been busy. Prom time to time they
voices, and no amount o f sleuthing
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Harkenrider
will be g reat,iy appreciated,
Mrs. Pcddison and Mrs. Akers and every part o f the state. It will haie ch*.ngo<i their plans o f actios
and investigation seems to produce
went to Portland on Saturday to
Mr and Mrg x j Kirkwood are called on Mrs. Rosa Douglass last be my purpose and ambition to sup- Judge Cross has wisely attended to
results in the way o f locating the
spend Easter with relatives.
receiving congratulations on the Thursday afternoon,
source o f the voice.
port those things which Oregon an- ids work and let them do ail o f the
Mr. and Mrs. V. Hilyard and lit- birth o f a little daughter in Port-
Mrs. Sivil Doug ass visited with proves and w-hich are in accord with skirm.shing
She has been Mrs. Asp last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Saur were startled tie daughter o f Boring spent the land, March
the nation’s best interest.
^ t first. E. L. Pope was hailed
one evening to hear a program of week-end here as guests o f her mo- named Dorothy Fay.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray W oodle
and the campaign I shall supplement a8 the deliverer,
n, some way his
Mrs. George Perry and daughter ¿on, Leslie, spent Easter Sunday this statement with such discussion canjidaey did not arou e emhusi-
Christmas carols being sung. They ther, Mrs. John Irvin.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Smith re- Helen and son Donald went to Sa- with the form er’s parents, Mr. and o f the points referred to herein as asm.
ihun GeolKO Kandall a mr-
went to the door to hear the out
Seattle lem Saturday evening to meet Mr. Mrs. J. P Woodle o f Estacada.
door sercnad.e They found nothing turned on Friday from
may seem necessary.
mer and representative .n the legia-
o f the kind and the music ceased. where they have been visiting fo r Perry and some friends who spent
Last Thursday evening a
board Without pretending to cover all inture fo r two terms, was induced
Sunday with them.
meeting was hied at the home o f igsueBi j dedaro myself ¡n favor o f to become
Going back into the house and clos two weeks.
ing the door they were mystified to
Out-of-town guests at the J. V. . The Hanson fan vly visited rala- .he Chairman, Mrs. Linme Gibson, legislation relating to the follow ing while popular and a very level head
fo r the purpose o f hiring a teacher proposition8:
ed ie i.ow , dia nol scem t0 gn p lh(J
find that the music began again. Barr home on Sunday were Mr. and t‘ ves in Portland on Sunday.
Part o f the mystery was cleared Mrs. James Freeman and children.
Harley Rain®y and fam i*y of Lor the coming term.
public as was expected. It wa,4 then
Peters who has
Portland visited on Sunday at the
when, at the close o f one selection Mrs. Fteeman is their daughter.
I stand fo r justice to the farm ing announced that Randall would be a
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u ., .
. home o f his sister Mrs. R. S. Gut-
taught fo r the past two years, and
they heard a radio announcer at
Little Mary Rose Bartholomew is
Unless the farmers can minor factor in the rac, amt the
given excellent satisfaction, was a-
N ew Orleans give the name o f a spending two weeks at Corvallis as triage.
produce and market their products forces raileyed to Kruse,
A number o f the young people gain hired to teach fo r the third
broadcasting station. But they had
thè guest o f her aunt, Mrs. C. C. <• „ ,
. , .,
profitably all branches o f society
Kruse has been county commis-
from bere attendtd the Christian year,
no radio set in the house and could Saling.
Mrs. Linme Gibson attended Eas- m“ sl siu ffer’J 1
wo/ k, fo r legis' *‘° ™ r fo r ille Past four >’ a ls’ 11
n’t understand how they heard the
Mr. Worden, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob . Wednesday evening. Those attend- ter services at the Christian church ati ° " to aid » " ,the ° rdcrly marke^ ¡B hin^ d that “ > sol" e way he will
and will have a mystor.ous effect on the pub-
Since then they have been hear Moss and Mrs. W. E. Hall went to ing were Gilbert and William Shear- .t Estacada Sunday.
give every assistance to the con- lie wnen he g^ts in action. He will
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Douglass and
ing radio programs at frequent in
structive efforts now be ng put forth pose as the injured party in the
the day with relatives.
Shibley, Edith Howell, Margaret children motored to Oregon City on
They came from every
to balance and stabilize agricultural county government triangle
Joe Easter Sunday, being guests o f Mr.
where— Florida, Galveston, Chicago,
production and sale.
t will bid fo r sympathy on the ground
GRAD E SCHOOL NOTES
Denver, Kansas City, and all points
that he was not able to hold his own
ble, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Erickson,
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Douglass, ac-
o f the compass. The music and the First Grads—
Wlth two str™ g men lika ' v «’•»‘‘ t
•peaking comes in much clearer
6 i.M H .-n ur —
by reducing expense o f government, and Cross.
Mrs. Grover Kiggins, Mrs. Ped
Mr. and Mrs. George Perry en .notored to Stevenson,
than it ever would over a receiving
In this I am in full accord with the
To say that the last few weeks
There is no static whatever, erson and Mrs. Olson visited the tertained a large number o f ’ rela- ,-st Saturday, where Ed wished to
admin.stration o f President Cool- o f the campaign will be interesting
but they and the scores o f people
dge- 1 am fo r rigid limitation o f w to put it mildly. The public Inm
Ciarence Heigeson, Roger Stamp
A very interesting baseball game
Mr. and Mrs. W alter Douglass
who have visited them since the
first story appeared in the Eagle and Milen Boyer are absent on ac- was piayed on the home grounds Gienn Douglass, Mrs. V irgil Doug- c*P endltul'cs by eliminating from more of interests in tm8 scrap inun
last Friday afternoon between the .ass and Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Gib- the S ^ornm ent pay rolls all per- that o f United, States Senator or
shortly a fter the phenomenon oc count o f illness.
It touches their lives
grade school boys and those o f Cur- son attended church at Eagle Creek * ° " S wbos® services are not essen- governor.
curred, have not been abl# to offer Third and Fourth Grade«—
^ a \ an<*
exercise o f sound dis- more intimately.
The W. C. T. U. contest was rinsviile.
Our boys won with a ounday evening.
a satisfactory solution.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Stone were ff® *10” ‘ n refus,n2 t0 permit the
Tile Pioneer would reccomm rid
Mrs. Hassell, 8C0re ° f 21 to 20.
Several radio experts have vis closed last Friday.
Mrs. Wallens was a Portland vis- the overnight guests o f Mr. and Mrs. bJiU.ted btatt8 t0 e nKage in private that both o f the candidates be heard
ited the Saur home, but all have Mrs. Stevens and Mrs. Lawrence
business except where demanded by on the sar.ie piatlorm at the same
Akers Thursday night.
One came up came and presented the prizes. Lois Ror one day *ast week.
Mr. and Mrs. ” Doc” Hannah and ^conom,c necessity. I favor simpler meeting and tnat these meetings be
Joe Gutiridge fam ily were
from Kansas C ity to investigate. Smith received second fo r the best
A fte r looking everywhere about the reproduction o f the story, “ Prince Sunday guests o f Mrs. Bell Herirn Miss Florice Dougiass were guests luw® resPect llK Federal income tax lie.d .n an central places in the
« t the home o f their parents M r . i W‘th less ann° y ance aild bl»d e n to county so the public may hear both
house, he admitted he couldn’t ex Gaylord and Prince Goldenheart.”
sides o f the story and be able t > de
. . .
plain it. “ I wish I could,” he said. Fourth Grade__
ivir- and Mrs- Forrest Erickson _nd Mrs W alter Douglass on Sun- Ll>xPa^eis‘
L a b o r and I m m i g r a t i o n
cide intelligently which one is light.
" I t would be worth millions o f dol
The follow ing story was written Madaen homei
c -xu ..
I favor fair working condition» — Molada i ioneer.
Mrs. Ueorge Smith was a guest
lars to me if I knew how these rad.o
, and wages and believe in labor s
in dialogue form to be dramatized
M r. and Mrg, j A shibley and o * l the i home r folks
on Sunday and
programs are received so perfectly
tabor 8 right to organize and bar-
1’llE METHODIST EPISCOPAL
during language period. The work Everett and Elva visited at the Earl ivionuay,
i l i c i Jr I
without any set ”
C H IT U il.
Neighbors and friends have o f
en.ng o f immigration laws so that
RAN KIN , Pastor.
and Grace, o f Portland were the
fered as many solutions as flu rem
undesireable aliens may be abso
guests o f Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Pad-
edies come to an afflicted man.
lutely barred and more severe sel-
R ev- Dunlop wi.l bring the mes-
her son H arry again fo r uison on Sunday and Monday,
Some say it i8 the weather strips Blacksmith— It is toowarm a day to with
| ec-ive processes may be employed sake o i che morning and Rev. A.s-
on the house, others that it comes
with respect to those who are per- chenbrenner o f Portland will bring
GEORGE ITEM S
Mr. and Mrs. Bard w ere Sunday
in over the clothes line, water fau wish 1 were a stone on the moun-
netted to enter the United States. lhe message in the evening.
cets, electric light wire or telephone
Mr. asd Mrs. Peter Ruhl had as I aiT> against unfair competition hearty message is extended to all.
keeps it cool.
An old-time dance will be given
It has even been suggested
guests on Easter Sunday, Mr. and with our own working people by un- aumtuy school, Geo. E. Lawrence,
(A Strange V oice)
by the odd Fellows’ uniformed band
that some piece o f furniture in the
a* th , Boner Theater building, Esta- Mrs.. S. Miller, mother and father assimilable aliens,
house has receptive qualities. But Voice— Go thou, and be a stone.
Junior church, .n charge o f Airs.
o f Mrs. Ruhl, Mr. and Mrs. J. Mil-
A.coholic Traffic and Law En-
none o f these theories can be (Blacksmith a stone on th , moun- cada> Saturday evening, April 10.
-er and son Raymond and Carl Mur-
................. 11 ;00
V IO L A
"T h a t’s spooky,” said Mrs. Saur Blacksmith— Oh I It is cool and the
and children, Mr. and Mrs. A . E. D*ih Amendment and the objects .’reaching service at Alt. Zion by
wind is blowing up here just as
Mrs. Rankin, ............ ......... 3 :00
The Easter program at the church vorsythe and ch.ldren, Vernos and sought to be obtained by it.
A bulldog in th , Saui
hee Sunday was much enjoyed by Hubert, Mr. and Mrs. E. Miller, Mr. stand fo r its observance and en- ..pworui League devotional hour is
home can’t get used to it.
(Stone cutter comes in)
all prcsent. The program consisted and Mrs. M cgeit, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. forcement o f the laws enacted pu.- a.pocia.iy heiplul and .nt.piring to
the programs begin coming in, he Stonecutter— Just
o f recitations by the children, s.ng- M ilier, ail o f the above mentioned suant to the 18th amendment. Gon- , ciung pcop.e, .....
becomes wildly excited, and runs
wanted. It is the right shape, too.
| m g by the choir, and theo rchestia oeing bretners and sisters and their gicss must not make effective the _.,ening worship, .................... 8:00
over the house from cellar to gar
(Begins to cut on stone)
i rendered splendid music.
.ainuits o f Mrs Ruhl, and Mr. and P-ain intent o f the Constitution but - D R T H E VV r . r . K—
Then he comes back to his Stone— O w l This hurts.
I wish I
r or Saturday o f this week, April
Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Crockwell of airs. Ted Harders o f Estacada were must provide means fo r its pieuer-
master and barks as i f to say, “ I
were a stone cutter. It would be
vation and to insure respect tor its lo.h, tueie w; 1 be an all-day mect-
; Portiana spent Saturday and Sun- aiso guests.
can’t find it.” *
Guests at the home o f Mr. and provisions.
For law enicrcem cni ..g a- Uic ciiurcii. Ine W. C. T. U.
| ffay at the home o f Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Saur has gone about his in Voice— Be a stone-cutter.
venlion. A ll the women o f Eslu-
j J. H. Sevier.
Mrs. C. A. Jon..con Sunday were positions I favor men who aie in
vestigations systematically in the
(Stone turns into a stone-cutter)
ua and neighbor.ng communities
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lankin ana -ur. and Mrs. Roy Warwick and son8 sympathy with the part cu.ur laws
endeavor to explain the mystery. Stone-cutter— Oh! I can’t find a
-re uig, d to u.t-aU.
Mrs. Lankin’s mother, Mrs. Sim . niiip Billy and Dick o f Portland, vhey- aie appo.nted to entorci.
He has even marked the position of
good stone and besides my feet
nu elate officer s Wnl be with us
mons, attended the Easter services
Mr. and Mis. Charles Kendieman
all furniture in the house to see if
at ths Christian church at Estacada o f Portland were visitors on Sunday
I favor most rigorous < ffort to mils making lhe meeting a very pru-
chang.ng positions make any differ about limping, trying to find a
o f Mr. and Mrs. Leo Rath.
eradicate traffic in narcotics and to
Opening a door or window
good stone.) I wish 1 were the
i. -t.ng at the >huich on
There was a large attendance a- eniorce lawg directed against tin
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hicinbothcm
w ill cause the reception to stop.
, tuiies i .y e .filin g at b.oo o'clock,
and theii* children, A lice and Les church on Easter Sunday.
Once he opened a water faucet and
water on the ground to keep it
.to topic lo r i l u Wttii is “ ’in e
lie. had dinner at the home o f Mr.
The Christian Endeavor society
Federal A.d and Public Doma.ii
the sound stopped, although he car-
cool, and sitting on a rug with a
ced oi IT aycr in the Lite o f a
and Mrs. J. H. Sevier on Sunday.
met at the home o f Mr. and Mrs.
1 will make unremitting effort to
not explain how that would affect
goiden umbrella over my head.
,.u . Vv inner."
Voice— Go thou, be a Prince.
Choir p i.cl.co
at the church
Martha McQueen, has returned here
Mr. and Mrs. H. Jonnson entet- Federal aul.
I stand fo r u e.elct
Source o f the sound cannot be Prince— This is nice, but the sun
to help take care o f her mother. 1 lained on Sunday fo r dinner Mr. ment o f all resources and fo r t et- . nu.sU^y e/ining a a.uu o ci O ck .
Mr. Saur has stood at
I wish I were
'upon i h j kio.u 1 i.and tnat can-
She spent a couple o f months at her -nd Mrs. H. Kl.nker and son E.mer era, aid in colonization o f project,
various parts o f the house during
that cloud up there.
old home with relatives in Arkansas, and Mr. Chris Klinkei.
I favor Federal u,d
periods when the programs were Voice— Be that cloud.
fo r roads and increasing Federi 1M « 8» seals ii in my hand. He Can-
coming in, but at no point did the Cioud— It is good to float around
■■ i.o. Be.
support toward the development o f
sound appear to be louder than at
(W alks around like a
LO CAL AND PERSONAL
Edward Linn dur.ng their absence.
0rt(ion riv#„ and the Columbla Hnd
hy VV. ,d th . t faiiech never: abid-
another. It Q the same in the cel cloud floating.)
Oh I it is the sun
Fast colored Challie at 19c per aff t0astal harbors, 1 will work foi
lar as it is in the attic.
Mrs. A. E. Sparks entertained a
that makes me trouble. W hy can
»’ 1. ii -e: Rid ey it.iierga l
yard at the
restoration to Oregon o f money
few friends at dinner one evening
And the mystery remains.
not I be th , sun?
Saur wishes some one would clear voice— Be the sun.
ookj irp oito Inc saie o f a
tax rolls. I favor further contribu-
He appreciates the free oun— Oh I it is hot up here. I wish
J Kouds.ur to Geo. WTederhoid
# Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Lange oi tion by United States to public do-
program», but would like to know
I were a smithy, i t is T H E lifs mour’s mdk, 10c per can at the Pev-
Eagle Creek purchased a new
ins- main states from revenues deri ed
"h ow com e."
a fte r all,
Nut Kcian scout shoes
r ora coupe wun a ------ r —
------ ------- *
Genuine broadcloth shirts, collars
, L ”
Ik . . . . o ! u . M r- “ • H -
C“ m hom# from Ruclutell axle from the Bob Cooke
reofrestration with a - guu.a.uc u wear, $4.50 at the Peo-
sni.thy and remember the lesson hu work at jjull Run on Saturday
sistance o f the United States. 1 fu pic. sto.e.
attached, assorted patterns at $1.76
you have learned.
(H e found t,, gpend Eaiter.
at the Peoples store.
vor legislation giving livestock in
Air. W Race >Sm th was a business
Mr. and Mrg. Fred Liehammer en
himself a smithy hammering away.
Golden Gate, Golden West, M. J.
dustry a more secure status upon v is..oi in Oiiiguii City on Monday.
Mr. Ed Saling is now employed
It was the first time in
— , many B > and Hjll Bros coff9e at 67e
th>. public domain.
He wus attending to some legal mat-
by the Estacada Meat company. He
year( that he never complained.)
n .« o ___
their home on last Wednesday
M e r c h a n t M a r He a n d 5 hippir.it
drives the truck and sells meat and Blacksmith— It is good to be a man
evening. Mrs. Liehammer served a
I stand fo r ships and shipp ng
groceries out in the country dis
Mr. G io rg e Rose who i? now em-
and a blacksmith.
_ sir. and Mrs. J.
, . W. McCoIlom o f ,no8t lovely lunch.
lines and ths development of shij
oyed in Portland sp.nt the week-
Port.and were visitors over Easter
The Methodist and Christian chur- p.ng facilities and gervice, an,) , pa
Sunday with their daugh.er, Mrs. . ’
,n with h _s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. R. 0 . Morrison, a form er res
fou rth Grade
chee o f our town gave very fin * cifically declare fo r an Amori< .
j . P. Rose.
ident o f our city returned here this n ftfc C rsss—-
programs in their respective chur- merchant marine.
E very depart
week to make this his home.
Mr. and Airs. J. C. Moreland o f
Lois Bates won first prise in the
^ r . and Mrs. Forrest E. Erickson ^be8 on Easter Sunday.
ment o f industry, including mai
hasn't decided just what he will do W. C. T. U. contest.
)e lft Creek Fish Hatchery enter-
purchasesd a new improved model mittees had put forth much time fBcturln™ and a iricu ltu r. is viteliv
as y e t
‘ lined several out-of-town relatives
Louise GeiL Paul Beck, Estelle ^ord touring car from the Bob and e|fort to make these services
concerned in cheap and efficient
worth while and their efforts were
Mrs. G. A. Lovell entertained her Hanson and Gilbert Gilgmn have Cooke Motor Co.
I am opposed to
Ths Christian port favoritism and one-man cor-
Several “ fans” from our vicinity
daughter and fam ily o f Portland been absent on account o f illnasa. * Mr. and Mrs. Ed Linn hav8 re- indeed successful.
Most o f the grades o f the school turned horns from Eastern Oregon church had an unusually large at-
went into Portland on Tuesday to
over the week-end. They attended
trol o f the Shipping Board and
witness the opening game o f base
the old-time dance held at the Bo- had an Easter egg hunt Friday, af- where they were called due to ill- tendance there being over one hun
(continued on page 6)
ger theater on Saturday.
i tor school.
Mrs. Julius K reigsr assisted dred and fift y present
ball between Portland and Beattie.
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