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NEWS. FRIDAY. APRIL 27. 1928.
I »iE SMART SET" IS
American Forest Ife K
April 22 to 28
Hunfit '<ls of thousands of tourists visit the
National Forests each season. Do your
part to preserve the scenic and outdoor at
tractions of the mountains by using care
with fire in the woods. A little thoughtful-
ne . now will insure a rich heritage of
health an recreation for our children.
Cooke Motor Company
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D a n c e Lively A f f a i r
A tt e n d the Bull G am e
Many fan went to Estacada Sun
Saturday night was ladies’ choice
at the granite dance and they kept day to see the ball game and rooted
the men stepping lively. Lunch was for Estacada with u local enthusiasm
that was discomforting to the David
idso served !>y the women.
Vielt at Cottrell
Mr. and Mr
I). Brooks llogan Buys Team o f Horses
Henry Aschoff and Ben Pickens
were at Cottrell Sunday calling on
old friends. Mrs. Hogan is still slow each have a new work horse pur
chased from the Davidson trout farm.
The Pickens horse injured in a run
away some weeks rgo ts recovering
I m p r o v in g B ank Building
Two rooms in the hack of Sandy slowly.
Bank building are being rearranged
and fixed up ur store rooms for sup Purchases Bruns T im b e r
Chas. Dubarko has kept busy sup
plies. Milton Mciriig is the carpenter.
plying local folks with cord wood, a
A ss ist ing in Real Estate Office
large amount being used during so
Mrs. George Ii> ■ - is looking after ; much stormy weather. Dubarko has
the Beers real estate office while M r.: purchased timber for wood cutting
Br ers is out
bowing prospects j from E. F. Bruns which will supply
I the trade for some time.
William Haines scores another
knockout. The stur o f “ West Point,”
Spring Fever" and “ Brown o f Har
vard" enters on a new sport with a
kill and nonchalance as screamingly
unny as it is romantically dramatic.
The sport is polo, heretofore
brought to the screen only as atmos
phere to establish the aristocratic so-
ial condition o f the characters in the
But in “ The Smart Set,”
which is the major attraction at the
Liberty Theatre here Sunday and
Monday, polo, its antecedents, envir
onment and education, is the whole
picture— und boy, what a wow!
An understanding of the gentle art
of clinging to the right side o f a
horse while pasting a polo ball with
mallet is not even necessary for the
enjoyment o f the picture. By th e 1
’ ime William Haines as Tommy Van
Huron leads the American polo team
to victory over the British, the audi
ence are on their feet cheering with I
;i much enthusiasm as though they
were at the Meadow brook field onj
Long Island instead o f in a palace!
of the cinema.
The Haines o f "The Smart Set” is |
more skilled and artistic comedian [
than the “ Haines o f “ Spring Fever” !
i "Brown o f Harvard.” He has ac*-
quired a technique o f comedy that:
instinctively his own while the r o -!
mantic appeal o f his love scenes with
Alice Day, who by the way is an
ideal heroine, will leave the flappers
palpitating with envy.
Haines enters the picture as a typi
cal rich man’s! son, a lily o f the field,
who toils not hut can play polo. By S
the time the story is ended, he is a
man o f men, a personage to whom
any woman would be pleased to have
defending her home and hearth.
Jack Conway handles the mega
phone on “ The Smart Set” with even
greater skill than he did on “ Brown
of Harvard” and that’s saying plenty.
Jack Holt, Hobar Bosworth, Con =
stance Howard and Coy Wilson Jr., =
handle their parts like the capable
troupers they are. The story is an
original from the pen of Byron Mor
gan, adapted to the screen by Mor
gan and Ann Price.
Forest Rangers are your Friends---- call on them any time in case of
need while on an outing trip.
lleinie Dittert, who recently joined
the navy, writes iris mother from San
Diego, Calif., Ihai he is in quaran
tine for measles for three weeks. He
lias a very, light tane.
P a id
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With these beautiful, bright, cheerful pots and pans.
The very latest thing in cooking utensils.
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Regular $2.50 value
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Very highest quality Steel Porcelain Sanitary Ware
DeVoe’s Sweet Smoke— You buy one can for 15c
and take one free, giving you 30c worth- of
Tobacco for ....................
Returns f r o m P ort lan d
Emil Carrow has returned from the
city where he remained two weeks to L I N D A S IS CANDIDATE
take treatments for a sprained back
FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY
caused while working at the Bear
Creek dam. Bill Carrow is also work
1!. F. Lindas, whose anouncement
ing at the dam and drives hack and appears in this issue o f the News a| zzz
B aby D a u g h t er B or n
resident o f Gladstone, with offices
Mr. anti M, . Frank Straus are the j
Oregon City and has been engaged!
proud parent; of a new baby daugh U n d e r g o e s O p e a r tio n
Mrs. Ed. Peterson o f Welches suf in the practice o f law with W. L. j tion o f ghosts and vampires were
t e r their second child, which was
staged by using famous stage illu-
born April 20. Mrs Straus was Miss fered a major operation a few days Mulvey for the past four years.
ago, but is getting along nicely.
Mr. Lindas came to Oregon from I sions adapted to the screen, and
The Fay Hewitts have opened their Washington, D. C., eight years ago, | filming them as they were performed,
stand on the Loop highway for the and spent four years in Medford b e -iln no case w as-trick photography
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Mrs. W. J. Faubian is still in u Sunday tourist trade. The Hewitts fore coming to Clackamas county, used, the camera filming the “ spirit”
very darfgorous condition and very have a very attractive stopping place. He practiced for a number o f years illusions just as the eye saw them,
before the courts and departments in
Spirits secrets of Houdini, Keller,
little improvement has been s h o w n . -------------------------
the national capital, and was, for a and other famous magicians went
Friends of the family are anxious as, Visit ai Ric kr oal
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Decker were re- number of years, a lecturer on politi-1 into the making of these uncanny
cent visitors at Hick real at the homes cal economy in the Y. M. C. A. details o f the story, Browning being
Gues ts o f Aults
o f the Allen and Post relatives. Last schools of the District o f Columbia, aided in this work by Harry Shar-
Mr. Lindas is a graduate o f Wash- rock, his assistant, and formerly a
Mr. and Mrs. A .1. Ault had as Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Decker enter-
guests Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. tained Mr. and Mrs. August Crab- ington university o f St. Louis, and the ; famous mystifier on the stage. Mer-
Harvey Morris of Portland. Mr. tree o f Portland. Mrs. Crabtree was National university o f Washington, j rit Gersted, who has photographed
and Mrs. Morris were married re- formerly Miss Helen Nelson o f Cher- D. C. He is 47 years o f age, is mar-1 many o f Browning’s special produc-
ried and has two children.
tlons, handled the battery o f cameras
! filming the “ ghosts.”
Q u a r a n t in ed f o r Measles
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P uys Q u antity o f Lijne
The last meeting o f the Cottrell P.
T. A. circle for the year will be held
May 3, at which time officers for the
ensuing year will be elected. Cot
trell teachers will give a May day pro
gram for the meeting.
II. H. Watkins has ordered several
tons of lime from the Multnomah
county agent and will lime land for
alfalfa which he plans to try out next
year. Watkins has an acre that looks
well on which he put lime, and the
other piece without lime was not a
■LONDON AFTER MIDNIGHT”
T E L L S THRILLING STORY
American Forest Week
APRIL 22 to APRiL 28
We are glad to join in the suggestion for
the observance of
this week for the
protection and preservation of our Forests
— one of our greatest national resources
for both business and pleasure.
“ No Forests, No Wealth;
Local Rebckahs Meet
No Trees, No Health.”
The local order o f Rebekahs had
A strange old haunted castle in a most enjoyable time at their meet
England, over which hang sinister ing Wednesday night. For a part
legends o f long ago and astounding o f their social entertainment, beside
vampire superstitions, still believed in the splendid lunch always | served,
by many— particularly the peasant members o f the order dressed or wore
something to represent a well known
H o n o rs 95th B ir thda y
Safe Deposit Boxes, $3.00 per year.
Mrs. J. M. < ’. Miller enjoyed Thurs
which haunt graveyards and wander, book. This pastime caused much
study in some cases and plenty of
day at Newberg as a guest f*t a din
ner given in honor o f the ninety-fifth
avengers— these form the background
birthday of Mrs. Martha Borabaugh,
Mrs. A. Hoernicker is feeling fine
CARD OF THANKS
who came from the same locality in
but is not able to sit up. Her sister. wyn - Mayor
Missouri where Mrs. Miller was born.
Alice Trullinger, was out from the “ London After Midnight,” which is
I take this means o f expressing
the big feature at the Liberty Thea
city Sunday to spend the day.
my thanks to friends, neighbors and •
N<*w A u t o S ho p O p e n e d
Mrs. Blanche Shelley and daughter tre here next Wednesday and Thurs the Kelso Women’s club for their
A new automobile repair shop was Jonnie spent two days in the city day.
Chaney play, a role different from kj ndne98’ helP and ,ymf" thy durinf! I
opened beer Monday by Clarence (». shopping, returning Thursday.
the recent illness and bereavement
Brown o f Sandy in the small build Shelley was called to Hood River any in his career, for instead o f his
o f my wife.
ing adjoining the Boh Smith garage. that day because of his father being usual sinister character he appears
Cudahy’s Puritan Hams^per lb.
—-E. F. BUELL.
as a Scotland Yard detective, who,
Brown has been working at tin* Wnl- j JR.
Swift’s Premium Hams, per lb.
ter Metzger garage in Gresham the [ Mrs. Dora Dahrens is spending her with a scientific trend, utilizes hyp
A Chicago tourist in France caused
past year or two.
I second week here keeping house for notism as a weapon against ghosts
a riot by throwing 40,000 francs out
her son Adolph while the latter’s wdfe and apparitions in the haunted manor
o f a window into the street. Maybe
E m b r o id e r y Club. M e e t .
!'» awa>- Mrs- Dahrens will soon be
tions in uncanny surroundings, and
thought the general public might |
Sandy Embroidery club met with I home to stay.
a supernatuarl horror are cloaks for as well get the money as the hotel.
Mrs. Henry l’erret Monday night, the]
an astounding plot which by the use
following being present with their
CARD OF THANKS
of mental science the detective un
CALL FOR BIDS
handiwork: Mrs. Perrett, Mrs. Geo.
earths and reduces to everyday fact
l h ers and L o i > , .Miss Gertrude Mein-
We desire to express our thanks
Fire in the Mountains Means Poverty in the Valleys
in the strange romance.
Bids are hereby called for 30 ricks
ig. Mrs. Annie Gloekner, Mrs. F red: to our friends and especially the Ma j
Proctor. M» 11. B. Reed, Mrs. H. F .; sonic and Eastern Star lodges for
< ha . Sharnke, Barbara j their assistance and words o f sympa-j ns the man-tracker, and a notabir school district No. 68, on or before
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•a unkr Ai letM:: Proctor and Mrs. thy during our recent bereavement. cast surrounds him, including Mar- September 1 1928.
ecline Day, Henry B. Walthall, Con
The board reserves the right to re I CARL DOUGLASS POST NO. 74, AMERICAN |
( larenoe G. Brown.
— G. W. Buser and family.
rad Nagel. Claud King, Edna Tich- ject any or all bids.
enor, Polly Moran. Percy Williams
MRS. CARRIE MARSHALL, Clerk =
and others o f note. Tod Browning m il
Route 1, Estacada i £
directed it from his original story
seenarized by Waldemar Young.
NEW IMPROVED RIT —-will dye or tint all fabrics; also White Rit .>
Reproduction o f an old haunter
EAGLE CREEK HALL
for removing: color from fabrics.
English castle, such as one o f those
Physician and Surgeon
We are agent for Smith's Flower Shop. We will order for you or N famous historically as a haunt for *
you mak make your own selection. Ask us.
? ghosts, was an amazing feat o f con *
O ffice Hours 9 to 6
struction by studio experts for the *
| Follow the Crowd; have a good time at Eagle Creek |
THE ESTACADA PHARMACY
picture. The uncanny scenes o f the * ESTACADA
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Estacada Meat Co.
■ Legion Dance 1
Try This Improved Rit
* Walter W. Gilbert, M. D. *
Saturday, April 28th