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PAGE TWO t H tJt.ANT DEMOCRAT-HERALD, ALBANY, OREGON FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1936 EVANGELIST TRAFFIC CHECKERS TO COUNT HIGHWAY Berry Growers to Hold Meet Monday MOTHERS, TRAVEL IN OREGON the Methodist choir, directed also by Mr. Burggraf. Congregational hymn, played by Cathryn Sorenson, winner of the state federation piano hymn playing contest at. Portland. Benediction, Rev. J. Boyd Patterson, pastor of the United Presbyterian church. Response by combined choirs. of the fence. He said the fugitive was placed in one . of the two taxicabs and taken away. There were others who said they had seen Mahan in the vicinity for 'a week, and one woman, who conducts a small store around the corner from the lot. said he had been buying cigarettes there for a week or more. justice men, however, had only one prisoner so far as could be learned.. Another purported eye witness insisted the man on the running board was alone and that he tried to escape by leaping a board fence about 10 yards from the machine only to land into the arms of two men on the other side NOTICE TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS If your paper has not been delivered by your Albany carrier by 6:00 o'clock-call A. M. Rohrbougb. Phsoe 7U-T and a copy will be delivered by special carrier. Report all other complaints to the 'office, ; Phone 15 ' -' The Albany Democrat-Herald BOTH OLD County Agent Floyd C. Mullen announced today that 's meeting of Linn county strawberry and raspberry growers -will- be held Monday ft, p.m. in the Gore schoolhouse a 'mile north of Leb Salem, .Ore., May, 8. Crews of cMfekers' will begin werkj on Oregon's, principal higjbwaysi ta 19, it Svas announced today by state ft re jkJKfJW-.-.!. I E. Postlude, "March from Tann- highway, oifffejaly iitti a vtfw.of anon for the purpose of discussing u,,. Wagner, by Mrsi- HazclJ organisation- of - a co-operative Ewjn' 3L I uictiniiunts uciiiiiieij tne impor tance of each highway with rela riVi IZt ri ,K," .'.J"umJ Or. D. V. Poling will conduct " ....- w.u-M 1. 1 .... .1.1 ginuc Ul AND YOUNG bran. IT WILL COST YOU LESS TO PAINT NOW tion-to future expenditures of state and federal aid road funds. -With a federal appropriation of It Is proposed to use the com bination of bran and arsenate in juu.uuu tne survey is expected to controlling strawberry root wee take a. year's time and wit be all Will Appreciate FLOWERS the congregational hymn singing at 3 p.m. Singers participating in this event were asked today to report at the church basement at 2:30 p.m. At the conclusion of this concert the American Legion auxiliary will conduct a Mothers' day tea at the Veterans' Memorial hall, to which all: mothers have been vil, wnicn also infests raspberries. Prof. Don C. Mote, head of 0 T1IK WEATHER inclusive- beginning with an - inventory of highways now under ,PB Mother s Day '-, Sunday, May, IQtlr -: Oregon and Washington: Gen way by 25 ! parties placed in the erally fair topjghv and Saturday, field a month ago. These parties 1 - L iv Order1 now. We'll' fcfel iver dui ciouay or ioggy an coast will report in detail upon present department of entomology at Oregon State college, will address the meeting on the subject of root weevil and other berry pests, illustrating his talk .with slides, the announcement stated. - - moderate temperature; gentle conditions of each road, highway officials said, as well as the traf changeable wind off coast. Maximum temperature vested fic checkers counting alt automo day locally, 69 degrees; minimum tive vehicles, their " origin. des What it costs to paint your bouse now may. be small compared to what it will if you delay too long. Not only wlil you lose from weather wear and expensive repairs, but the longer you wait tfye more you will pay. for paint and labor. Let us figure with you now whether we do the whole job or just sell you the paint. Profit from the experience of others who use RASMUSSEN'S PURE PAINTS. They go further, last longer and look better 10 years .from now . than ordinary paints. . . . F. C. DANNALS Albany's Paint Specialist 123 East Third Street Phone 560-J CORRECTION HELD tination find -commodities. ! ; whenever you wish. .' - , ;. M t i M Choice Selection of Cut ' Flowers and, Plants Albany Floral .... COMPANY temperature last night, 42 degrees river, 6.8. feet, - 1 Upon 'the basis of 'this survey Cecil 6 rice; .singing evangelist, SCHOOL'S POLICY Veterans' Paper Supports Steiwer Washington, May 8. The National Tribune, veterans news who wjll hold' meetings tonight, SatlifdiiV mnd ' Stuidavii nitfbti i at Salem Visitor - of flcialff of ; the- - Oregon Pacific Highway association declared they will establish- their - contention that a more equitable portion of (Continued from Page One) Lewis M. McKjnney of Salem fG ' seniviy 115 Broadalbl n Phone 737 arrived in Albany lasj evening; on state and federal funds must be a ousiness trip. paper which recently launched a drive for penisons to all incaDaei- ed, among, farmers for boys to work ore. farms,' the: superintendent asserted..-, izution for college women, by Dr. allotted to-U: S. Highway 99 as the most important and heaviest tated veterans, today urged sup Kate W. Jameson, dean of women. Lebanon Visitors Mrs. JB. C. Nichols of near Leb Time -was: did Mr. Lanehlin port ot sen. i reoericK t. steiwer. FARMER BOY A carrier of traffic within the state. Present trafifc density maps of R., Ore., for the republican presi Rev. Hicks at Tlrwd when farmers required the state to furnish employed bovs with ONE of the best dential nomination. the state highway department Rev. E, C. Hicks went to Tigard anon, and. her son. Clay Nichols, of Toledo, were business visitors in Albany this forenoon. Mrs. Nichols is a sister of Mrs. C. H. Steiwer, the paper suggested, has done everything possible to aid show that more than-60 per cent of ' all traffic -in Oregon is over the men who wore the uniform in Murphy. . , time of war and their depend Thursday to attend the Fiftieth anniversary of the founding of the Tigard church. This was Rev. Hicks former field of labor. He was called upon to give the closing address. This honor was be clothing and transportation, and even to take them back for the winter, and when the boys worked without pay. Now, he said, farmers are not only willing to feed and clothe the boys but also to pay them salaries of from $10 a known medical ' men in the United ; States was Dr. K. V. Pierce of Buffalo, New York, who was born on a farm in Pa. He noted daily in hit medical career that ents." Pacific Highway U. 'S. 99, while statistics from the secretary of state's office' on out of state car registrations show 56 per cent of DANCE MOOSE HALL ALBANY Sigmouds Bund playing. Best Madison Operetta place for dancing and good time. all cars registered at offices on this highway;1. ' ' . month upward. stowed upon him because he liud won more people while pastor there than' any other who had been in that field. Due Next Friday Boys are placed' on parole as While a year will be necessary Ventilation and floor perfect. mB-9 Tripp Appointed for making the- complete survey, soon as they are judged to be trustworthy, Mr. Laughlin said. If they have parents thev arc s Madison junior high " school R. W. Tripp of Albany has been Poultry men and Turkey Raisers We have received' a large shipment of miscellaneous sizes ' of FEEDING TROUGHS and WATER FOUNTS. These are priced for immediate disposal. Large Feeding Trough 15c, (up) STAR WATER FOUNTS ' A For Mason Jars, 200 only, each . OC Many Other Bargains too numerous to mention NORTHWEST POULTRY fr DAIRY PRODUCTS CO. 424 West First Street Phone 49 singers will appear next Friday Meeting: This. Evening highway officials believe that an additional -six -months will be needed to compile the data before it will' be available for use. appointed on the committee on arrangements for the meeting spon The regular meeting or the many td hit pfnerlplbxtilMMMrad from roots, barke, and berbe, Mich a "Golden Medical covery," produced aafeeilahing reaulu. lie early founded a CUolc and Hospital- io BrjSelo. N. Y. Adelce by letter U Iree. Dr. Pierce'! OoWen Medical Diecoeera la an herbal eafcact which eiinlBalea jpoitooa Iron the llHrttlnee and tenet up the dicc&Uvc arekna. Punn-lea and bkKchee caoard! by fealty elan tnat eat diaappear and yam feel the tonic and atrenftbeauVr effect of thia well tried medicine. Aak your Dnlgelrt HmL TlbkU 50 centa, liquid Sl.00 andllJS. often as possible returned to their homes. Otherwise they are placed in homes of others or on farms, he added. . Tollman xommunity club is listed for this evening at the TaUV sored by the Oregon. Republican club , at which Colonel Frank Knox is ' to be guest speaker in the Benson Polytechnic auditor man halt with talent representing By far the majority of bova sent the Sodaville club to present the night, May 15, in the high school auditorium to present the two-act operetta "Bobby," . starting at 8 o'clock. The operetta was written by Claire Johnson. Leading roles will be taken by Lawrence Smith as Bobby and Audrey Gott as Ann. Members ot the Madison teaching staff are directing the production. progranv ium in Portland, Monday, May 11 at 8:00 p.' m. ' ' 1 to the school are victims of circumstances, Mr. . Laughlin said. They are either from broken homes or from evil environments riot of their own making. Few of them are real criminals. I, Ytaitinc Brother t TODAY'S STOCK, J GRAIN MARKETS Mrs. Smith ' of- Portland1 is Bryan Picture Is, ; :. Presented Library A framed picture of William Jennings Bryan, statesman and secretary of state under the Wilson' administration, was presented to the Albany library yesterday by Milton A. Miller, collector of customs at Portland. Mr. Miller is a native of Linn county and a friend and admirer of Mr. Bryan, who visited Oregon six times. spending a few days in Albany Popular prejudice is the greatest visiting her brother, Ed Hawker, who hag beco ill and recently left the hospital. TODAY'S SCORES National Cincinnati 6 9 0 Pittsbrugh 9 14 0 Stine, Frey, Johnson and Campbell; Swift, Blanton and Padden. American obstacle in the path of the youth who emerges from the industrial school, Mr. Laughlin said. He appealed for sympathy and understanding by the public with the problems of these youths and for co-opeiation with them in their ef - MOTHER'S a - SUGGESTIONS We- have a nice assortment of Rose; 'Carnations, Snaps, Gardenias, Sweet Peas; and Baby'a Breath for Bouquets or Corsages. Mixed Pots, Petunias, Cactus, . and. other nice plants , . HALL'S FLORAL CO. a . .Albany . . Sunday. May 10th U Mother's Day, Wo are at your service. A buoy Floral Cq. ra8- Mr. Miller s father was a nio neer of 1847 in Linn county.. His Philadelphia 3 9 0 Lebanon Visitor forts to become good citizens. A feature of the luncheon nrn- MARKETS AT A GLANCE (Ur I nUrd Pteaa) i Stocks irregular and very dull. French, bonds off 3 to 7' points; domestics rally. ' ' Curbs stocks irregularly higher; dulL . Chicago, stocks mixed; quiet. Foreign exchange: Sterling higher; French franc: at gold- point. Cotton unchanged to 6 points lower. Rubber T to 10 points higher. Lester Carlson of Lebanon motner, Mrs. Margaret Jane Irvine, was a pioneer of 1852. Mr. New York. 2 4 1 Rhodes, Dietrich and Hayes: Ruffing and Dickey. RE-ELECT Judge LH.McMahan ON HIS RECORD Miller has been in public life in spent last night in Albany at a local hotcL gram was the singing of a number of vocal trio selections by three of the boys, accompanied on the piano by a fourth, and the freehand- drawing illustration of one of the selections, "Home on the various capacities for 50 years. He remarked that Linn county was his home, and that the people there BuaJneaa Visiter J. F. Smith from Portland sDent 3EZZ" naa always been good to lum and honored him on various occasions. last night in Albany on a business trip. Mr. Bryan was his guest in Leb Hange.- by a 12-year-old boy. All of the boys accompanied Mr. Laughlin here. n Stocks. New York, May 8 Favorable anon in 1897 where he addressed Moving to 8prinffield i r -ir .: iiei:sa an audience of nearly 20.000 Deo. news for- the- automobile industry COLORADO GETS FLOOD Pueblo, Colo., May 8. The Arkansas river neared flood proportions today in the wake of an all night snowstorm which blocked highway and crippled communication facilities and travel. The north approach of the La Junta bridge was swept out and Sheriff Ralph Whitton assembled deputies to patrol roads and the river bank. The water was reported rising rapidly as foothill streams drained into the river. pie. Muny hod driven nearly three naa a steadying- influence on a London's S. Dakota dull stock list today. Motor shares F. M. Conrad, an employe of the Mountain States Power company; and family are moving today to Springfield where Mr. Con- nunarea miles to near the Great Commoner, Mr. Miller was a. delegate- from- Oregon to the national Victory in Doubt ruu nag Decn transferred. conventions that nominated Mr. - W WW aP Film Developing. Ovcrniitht Ser Bryan- for the presidency three times. The picture given to the Albuny library is from, Mr. Mil vice. Hurley's Drug store. m8-ll rallied to small net gains and the whole list firmed after an early dip of fractions to more thun 3 points. - Lightness of the volume reflected, observers said, the ' reticence of traders to place commitments on the long or short side until numerous uncertairitleK clear up. These include the1 French currency troubles, the Italian situation, the tax bill, and the tend lers private library. From HaUey . L. H. McMahan has served with honor and distinction as Judge of the Circuit Court for Linn and Marion Counties and appeals to the voters for reelection in the light of his record. Judge McMahan has long been a foe to graft and corruption in public office and has used his best efforts in the interest of the people. . He has served faithfully in his judicial capacity and merits a continuance in office. YOUR VOTE WILL BE APPRECIATED ' Mr. and Mrs. Albert Miller of Townsentt Roily ' PAIR BOUND OVER George Koby and Frank Martin were bound over under $1000 bond each in justice court here Friday when they appeared for preliminary hearings before Jus Halsey were Albany shoppers and visitors yesterday. Pierre, S. D., May 8. An official canvass may be necessary to determine result of Tuesday's republican presidential preference contest between Govt Alf Landon of Kansas and Sen. William Borah of Idaho, election officials said today. Unoffidjal and incomplete returns today gave Landon a 1,500-vote lead. However, reports from the-remaining 50 precincts may reduce Landon's margin considerably. Possible errors discovered by official canvass may be enough to Planned Sunday Visitors from Shrdd ' " An all day district Townsend Mr. and Mrs. Merle Thompson ency of some major industries to slip buck seasonally. tice of the Peace Victor Olliver on charges of burglary in a dwelling. The two arc accused of robbing the picnic-rally will be held Sunday -LEE Of Shedd transacted business and bales totaled 780,000 shares. on the state fair grounds at Salem. 'J isited friends in Albany yester hxnest Scholl store at Sweet Home AH candidates for state, county day. Wednesday morning. against 1,010,000 shares yesterday. Curb sales were 169,000 shares, against 248,000 shares' yesterday. HATS Colored Fryers, for Mother's Dav iJow Jones preliminary closing BENEFIT PLANNED The First Methodist church swing the contest either way, election officials said. dinner u.t Snook's. l?roduce. Phone 666. m8-9 averages: Industrial, ' 146.87, off choir will stage a benefit musical 0.27; railroad, 43.47, off 0.28; util L. H. McMahan for Circuit Judge (Paid adv) ity,, up Chicago Visitors ' - day night at 8 oclock at the play "The New Minister," Tues-chtneh. Proceeds will go to re COMMUNITIES TO SEEK TROPHIES C. Culdwoll and son of Chicago and city offices for Marion, Polk, Linn and Yamhill counties will be given an opportunity to briefly present his or her candidacy to the picnic crowd. Theodore G. Nelson, candidate for republican nomination for U. S. senator is to be the principal speaker in the- forenoon; Among the special features of the afternoon is observance of Mothers' Day. Music is to be furnished by the Salem high school orchestra and the Silverton band. Grain ' '' Chicago, May 8. Mtiv Wheat pairs on the choir loft. Tickets are on sale at the Blain Clothing store. broke 3 cents a bushel to the low were guests lust night at the Al-buny, being here to visit friends. Brownsville Visitors (Continued from Page One) est level since last- fall-- on the board of trade today while the G. H. Coshow of Brownsville G-MEN MUM ON VOTE FOR choir, directed by Mrs. Roy Wor-ley. ' Scripture reading by Rev. El- new crops slumped about 2 cents to around the lowest levels for the season. CAPTURE DETAILS and Harold L. StaiiHeld, a recent arrival there from California, were business visitors in Albuny this forenoon. mear A. Junker, pastor of the The breuk reflected further nrc- clpitntiori in drought areas of the First Baptist church. Prayer, Rev. Virgil Halbig, pastor of the First Christian church. (CoDlinuec from Page Onel 213 Linn Residents Sign Up With FHA Reported Improving with choral amen. near Minna and directly in back of the Ventura hotel. southwest, a rlrop of a cents a bushel in wheat at Minneeupolis and weakness in other North Americun and foreign grain red Lines, a pioneer of Albany Jesus. Wonderful Name." bv A negro garage hand said he J.J. BARRETT DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR County Judge the Evangelical choir, directed by Elizabeth Larson. and vicinity who was taken to the Albuny Generul hospital for treatment a few days ago, is reported improving. At' the close May here was 93 Baritone solo, "oonfis bv Mother saw two men sitting on the running board and a squad of plain clothesmen, swarming from all directions seize them and take them away. The department ot Taught Me," Dvorak, by Linden Launer. cents a bushel off 2 net, while the now crops were to 1 cents lower. Jtu HIGH TIME." Araier- Let Ted & Fred lubricate your "Praise the Lord," Mnunedr, by Other grains held relatively car at Regular Intervals.- We cull for nnd deliver your car at "no extra charge. Tedlock & Forster, 1st Ac Jackson Sis. Phone 375 m8-ll Notes for modernization and repair of homes in Linn county have been insured by the Federal Housing 'Administration under Title 1 of, Uio federal housing act in the sum of $57,586 up to December 31, 1935, according to Edgar Freed, state director for the National Emergency Council. This represents 213 individual notes insured by this agency. The total number of notes insured in Oregon by the FHA for modernization and repair of homes was 10,927 amounting to $3,288.-BS7.96 tip to December 31. 1985 steady, coin closing V cent higher to cent lower, oats la to lJ cent lower and ryo to H cent a ousnei lower. Honored al O. 8. C. 1 ptoi hal witU a riantl felted edge . , j mado by die patented LEE WATBK'BLOC PROCESS which shakes huts -nllublc, fold-able, supcr-aerviccublc and nioin-turo proof. In plain colon and mixtures. " n ' ' featured at tj Alice Freese, Albany, sopho Wool Boston, May 8. Only limited more in secretarial science nt Oregon State college, was recently installed as vice-president of quantities of wool were moved in Boston today, Hie U. S. agriculture PhratereV, national socinl ornnn- department reported. Piles Go Quick Without Salves or Cutting interest was centered mostly in the medium grudns of fleece wools and fine territory wools. Few offerings of fine original territory wool of average to good French combing lungtli were available at 78-80 cents, scoured basis. A little wool of this typo was available at 82-83 cents, scoured basis, and some houses asked up to 85 cents. The higher quotations were paid only on limited quantities of spot wools bought for immediate NOW IS THE TIME Albany! Oregon Itch int, blrfdlns. protruding rllrg are rftutwd by bad circulation of the blood in iht lowr bowel. Th parts become weak, flabby, and lifeVeai. Only an, internal remedy tan retnov th. raut that't why alvea, tuppw itorit. and euttlns often fail. On Leonhardt'a" medlelnv, HKM-ROIl). uectetia Derails It relieves eonneetion, restores circulation help, to heal and ttrensthen the dleeainl part. TIF.M-ROID haa slven quirk, tafe and latin relief to IkouMnda of Pile utterr-M. II will do tt Kama for you or mony bark. Foahay A Mastm Ine and drunUU everywhere Mil HFM-KOIO with thia tmarantgw.tutv. A Real Gift For MOTHER : - Mother's, workshop is. the kitchen. You can make her work so much, easier and pleasant with modern, built-in equipment. Tlte Low Coal- Will Surprise You . . ALIAMV PLANING MILL Foot of Lyon St I'lione H0-R ALLEN EDWARDS, Prop. DR. CHAN LAM Subject to May Primary I am the present Judge of Linn County, having been appointed to fill out the unexpired term of the late Judge Woodworth. At the end of this term, I will have had one- year and ten months of service in the office, which gives me a chance to be able to give the county experienced service for the next term. I have lived in Linn County for the past 50 years, finished the public schools, one year in Santiam Academy, three years at Albany College, and a graduate of .the Portland Business college. I farmed with my father and for myself for some 1 5 years, and have been in the implement business close to 30 years. I have served on the city council for two terms, have two farms and know the farmers' problems, as well as the business man's, and I am willing to assist and serve both with the best service my office can give. I had four years' experience as deputy road supervisor, and know something about road building, and I must say, that since assuming office, I have had wonderful co-operation from all offi cers in the court house and their deputies. The commissioners have recognired me as the county judge at all times and we are working for the best interests of each and every section of our county. I also am very grateufl and thankful to the professional men and women of the county for the cooperation and assistance they have given me lawyers, doctors ministers, hospitals and schools, whose interests are more or less connected with my office I am a member of the Elks Lodge, Albany Town-send club, president of the creamery association, a doiry organnatton. A vote for me is a vote for harmonynd constructive work in Linn Cjnty. O ; -' , . . (Paid ari" Democrat-Herald Want Ads. Bring Results. CMiuw Medicine Ce. Nsturad .ranwdleo TO START THAT Building or Remodeling! a You can still arrange F. H. A. loans for these purposes. And you can still buy lumber and 'Supplies economically at Copeland's. Make definite plans today. Come in and we'll gladly help. ror elaordera of MVer-j atomach. Hlanda, akHt, er urinary 'ayatena of men at woman. Marion Arnold itntnedlea for ron- IL..a& Wl I atlnatlon.. aallima, liT.a, ,1 I arthrltla, a u g a r K f ' Jl I dlnbetea . rhpu- '"I urn ilHm. r. Ti tm, N.b. I Naturopathlo REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR Sheriff, Nitivson of Linn County ' I'liyalciuna Upatnlra lloom. 1 Oaar tpjeoid Paint Offer Closes 400, II. mmme to Bsey Before That Date and t, , VunnUan Theaur B l K . Cor. Flmf and Ilroadalbln sia., Albany.. Offlc Hnura: I p. m. to 6 p. ni. Turadajr and Bat-urdar , onl. Con aultatlon, Ulood Praaaura and Urine Teata Frea of . lor. Tuo Mai-act rrlcaa A EVERYDAY ' ' MAJUUT VOI R ' - Eggr fr Poultry ' THROUGH ' 1 SWlFt&CO. AT ALBANY O Preparation includes both office and business traimatt. avd experience, with experience in law enforcement while fitget deputy sheriff. , Courtesy to the public will 'be required of all office employees. All laws enforced Willi favors to none. 1 can and will reduce yrarly cast of office oprratlons at least $2,000. (Paid advertisement by Marion Arnold) C0PBLA1 tmkTg$ YARDS West Second Afleatsf Phone 275 Uoldla Chan, N.O. charge.

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