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Leonard; song, ‘‘Marching Through
Georgia,” Helen Ostrunder; patri
otic address, Rev. J. E. Carlson;
song, “Star Bpangled Banner”;
furling the flags, color bearers and
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Mrs. A. L. Wynne entertained the
M. P. G. club Tuesday afternoon
at her home. Only club memkiers
were present. The next meeting of
the club will be held with Mrs.
George A. Proctor.
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Mrs. A. M. Moore was hostess
for the Tuesday Bridge club at her
home this week. Mrs. J. W. Mc-
Gilvery, who is visiting friends
here, was an invited guest of the
club. Mrs. McGilvery was a member
of the club until her recent depar
ture from the city. High honors
were received by Mrs. 8. 8. Lass-
well and the consolation prize went
to the club ’» guest, Mrs. McGilvery.
Mrs. N. J. Nelson Jr. will be hostess
for the club at the next meeting.
Mrs. O. L. Nichols, Mrs. A. W.
Helliwell and Mrs. Louia Kramer
were hostesses for tho Constellation
club at a meeting held yesterday in
the banquet room of the Masonic
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The Past Matrona ’ club held a
business and social meeting
afternoon in the banquet room jt
the Masonic temple. At this meeting
the members drew names fur their
Christinas tree. A covered dish sup
per was served at 6:30 to the mem
bers and their families. The next
meeting will be held November 19
at the home of Mrs. G. M. Scott.
Free From Wart
OIL WELL JOTTINGS
A most pleasantly informal affair
was the 1 o’clock luncheon Wednes
day for which Mrs. Henry Veatch
Tests Show That American
was hostess at her home for the
Species May Be Planted
of the Social Twelve club,
Miss Mary Buchanan, of Corvallia,
in Infested Areas.
sister of Mrs. Veatch, who ia
ing here, was a guest.
Cnimercialisin employs some cunning methods these
(Prepared by the United States Department
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Mrs. J. P. Graham entertained
to thwart the success of their competitors. The
It Is now well established that po
informally at her home Thursday
opening of new oil fields is fought inch by inch by the
tato culture need nowhere be aban
evening in honor of her husband
old monopolies who do not like their coming as compet
doned on account of the prevalence of
and Mrs. H. A. Miller, each having
itors and quietly circulate all kinds of propaganda to
potato-wart disease, so long as suit
had a birthday anniversary that
discourage those who might invest and thus discourage
day. The hours were occupied with
able Immune varieties are available,
five hundred, tho prizes being
according to the United States Depart
the bringing into use of an additional supply indepen
cleverly conferred upon the honor
ment of Agriculture.
dent of them.
guests. The rooms were attractive
tests conducted by the department
The old cry, “No oil here!” has been disproved by
with hallowe’en decorations. The
have shown that there are a number
refeshments of pumpkin pie, cheese
the Sage-Olson company. Already almost «’very ear mark
balls, individual cakes with candles,
indicating oil has been found at less than one-third the
which are immune from the disease
and coffeo added even more to the
depth at which oil in paying quantities was promised.
and may safely be planted In Infested
spirit of hallowe’en.
Time is all that is needed to prove every claim.
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areas. The results of these tests, cov
The B. K. club were entertained
ering a period of from one to four
“Overproduction of oil” and “Oil industry in peril”
at the home of H. J. Shinn Sun
years, are discussed in Department
are samples of the wail being sounded through our news
day evening in honor of the birth
Bulletin 1156 just published and now
papers to accomplish the purpose of those who would
day anniversary of Mias Bonita
ready for distribution.
Beager, one of the members.. The
discourage the opening of new fields. Let's see. From
guest of honor was showered with
the September issue of‘“The Petroleum World,” Los
beautiful gifts. Delightful refresh
A few of the principal varieties
Angeles, a recognized authority on the petroleum indus
ments were served.
which have proved to be Immune are
try, we quote the following: “Authorities have reported
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Early Eureka, Early Petoskey, First
Tho Kensington elnb met Friday
that the California production has reached its peak and
Early, Cordon's Early Snowflake, i
in I. O. O. F. hall for their first
that a spectacular decline in the daily average yields
meeting this fall. The members
may be seen in the near future. It is also worthy of note
to the Cobbler group; Early Harvest,
found much work to be done, so
that two entirely new fields have been discovered in this
decided to meet every Friday for
Ehnola, Extra Early Sunlight, and
a while and will meet again this
state. * 'Throughout the producing territory east of Cali
White Albino of the Early Michigan
group; Spaulding Rose, of the Rose
fornia there has been a decline in production. * On August
group; Burbank, of the Burbank
1 there was 148 days’ supply of petroleum in the coun
A delightful affair was the party
group; Bountiful. Delaware, Gold !
try, based upon the monthly rate of consumption deliv
for which Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ga-
Lewis Booker and Miss Edna Coin. Green Mountain, Green Mountain
routte wore hosts Saturday evening Waples, well known young people
eries to consumers.
nt their attractive new home. Five of this city, were married Wednes Jnnlor, Idaho Rural, McGregor, Mc
“The early estimate of engineers fixed the month of
hundred was the diversion, with the day at the home of the officiating Kinley, and Norcross of the Green
September as the month that peak production for the oil
Mountain group, as well as a number
following guests playing: Mr. and clergyman, Rev. J. E. Carlson.
Mrs. J. W. McGilvery, who were
fields of southern California would conic, but it now
here visiting friends before their
Delight Valley Society.
appears that this peak was passed in July or early
departure for Missouri; Mr. and
Mrs. Oscar Jackson was hostess
August. • When the last curtailment request of 50 per
Mrs. E. “
Mr. and Mrs. to the Social Neighbors Thursday
The use of wart-immune varieties of
cent production of new wells was made it was antici
Vi ietor Kem, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. afternoon of last week. Mrs. E. J. potatoes was adopted as a quarantine
Sanders, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ben- Sears was elected president, Mrs. A. policy In 1920, the disease first having
pated a still further cut might be necessary. * However,
nett, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Garoutte W. Cornutt vice president and Mrs. made its appearance In this country
the decline in the production of the old wells, witlwthe
and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dugan. E. J. Kent secretary. It was decid
small initial production of new wells, has changed condi
High honors were secured by Mrs. ed to entertain the families of In 1918. As a preliminary step In this
tions so materially that no other cuts will be required;
Harold Dugan and Earl Gnroutte. members four times during the year, direction all owners of gardens and
Dolicious refreshments were served. instead of following the former fields actually Infested with potato
in fact, aside from the curtailment from new wells, there
wart were permitted to grow only
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is now practically no shutjn production in any of the
plan. Dainty refreshments were
A joint meeting of Calvin Funk served.
wart-lmmune varieties. The particular
leading new fields. A full 100 per cent is being taken by
post and the auxiliary will be held
variety selected for this purpose was
pipe line companies and it is only a matter of days until
Monday evening in I. O. O. F. hall. HERBERT E. PRINCE DIES
Spaulding Rose, which Is a potato of
A covered dish dinner will be
these wells will be unable to produce even the 50 percent
FROM STROKE OF APOPLEXY good commercial quality and In addi
served nt 6:30. Those intending to
allotted to them. It is freely predicted that we shall soon
tion possesses such outstanding vari
attend should notify Ivan Warber
be drawing on storage oil and it is doubtful if empty
or Mrs. George Proctor. A business dent here and at Dorena for a num
storage now built or being constructed will ever be
meeting will be held following the ber of years, died of apoplexy at of mixtures Is comparatively easy dur
ing the whole season of summer In
filled. In addition to being without this reserve of shut-
7 o ’clock Tuesday evening while spection.
in oil to draw upon, we are bound to see a great decline
sitting in his chair at home. He
Mrs. Lester Childs invited in a
A survey to determine the geo
in actual production. • The time is fast approaching when
few friends Wednesday to spend an had worked during the day and graphical location and extent of the
was apparently in the best of
we shall face the problem of pumping deep wells after
informal afternoon in honor of her health.
disease was completed in September,
sister, Mrs. Ralph Haymond, of
they have ceased to flow. At. present we have no pump
Mr. Prince was born at Worth 1922, and shows Infestation in Penn
Medford, who is here visiting rela ington, Minn., October 26, 1867.
ing equipment that will successfully pump oil from much
tives and friends. Those invited Surviving relatives are the widow, sylvania, West Virginia, and Mary
below the 3000-foot level and it is safe to say that pres
were Mrs. Louis Kramer, Mrs. E. E. a son Ben, who is with the 35th land.
ent conditions indicate a reduction rather than an in
Those Interested in the bulletin may
Eads, Mrs. Ida Vealch, Miss Adelle
infantry stationed at Honolulu, nnd secure a copy free of charge from the
crease in the estimates of future oil production.”
White and Mrs. Elbert Bede.
a daughter Stella, who is at home. United States Department of Agricul
More can be quoted but this will suffice. Coining
Tho funeral will be held at 2:30
Mrs. Gaven C. Dyott was a gra
ture, Washington, D. O.
from the above high authority, the real facts and true
cious hostess at her home Wednes Saturday afternoon from the chapel.
conditions are shown. To
~ our many investing friends
day evening for a kitchen shower ♦------------------------------------- ——
Plumbers, Sheet Metal
It Pays to Dehorn All
given by the Toujour» Prete club
let me say, “The future of the petroleum industry cer-
and their sponsors, completely sur
tainly looks bright when the facts are known and we
Stock Before Marketing
prising the honor guest, Mrs.
be guided by FACTS only.”
Samuel Veatch, one of their num
Dehorned steers or heifers not only
Presbyterian Church—Rev. A. R.
ber who was married recently, Tho Spearow, pastor. Bunday school at can be handled more conveniently on
honor guest received innny useful 10, Men ’a Forum at 10, morning the farm than cattle with horns, but If
Big Stock of Building
gifts, but not without a long search, hour at 11, junior Endeavor at 3, put on the market either as stock
Materials in Warehouse
each being found by following a evening service at 7:30.
calves, feeders, or finished fat cattle,
string, oik ' end of which was tied
J. Lincoln Ellis, of the Albany will sell for an average of one-half cent
to a table and tho other end to college, will fill tho pulpit for both
the gift which was secreted some forenoon and evening services this a pound more. This statement Is
made by W. H. Peters of the animal Every patron of The Sentinel is helping to give Cottage Grove
where in the house or on the porch Bunday.
husbandry division at University farm,
es. The search furnished diversion
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a newspaper which eminent authority has stated to be one of
for most of tho evening. Dainty re
who says furthers
Christian Church, the “ home like ”
the best country newspapers published by anyone anywhere.
freshments wore served. The next
“The best time to dehorn is wheu
—™ —J. E. Carlson,
mooting of tho club will be held church
Bunday school at 9:45, sermon and the calf Is from ten days to one month
with Mrs. Bert Trask.
communion at 11, Christian endea old. The horns can then be easily
Mrs. G. B. Pitcher entertained vor at 8:30, evening service at 7:30. killed, and with very little conven
Rally day and home coming at ience to the calf, by rubbing them with
the officers and teachers of tho
Presbyterian Bunday school at her 0:45 Sunday forenoon, October 21. a stick of caustic potash until they
home Wednesday evening. This was In the evening the ten favorite show a red surface. The caustic stick
the first business and social session hymns of the American people will should be dampened on the end when
' I of
of this group since the summer va be sung and story of the origin
rubbing the horn and should be held
cation. Regular meetings will be each will be told.
with a cloth about It or with an old
held once each month. Delicious re
Methodist Church—Rev. J. II glove on the hand. One application
freshments were served.
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Ebert, pastor. Bunday school at
_ will suffice on the younger calves, but
Pleasantly surprising Mrs. Car 9:45; morning worship nt 11, Ep after calves are a month old It may be
rie Heinenway in honor of a birth worth league at 7, evening .service necessary to make two or even three
day anniversary, a number of her at 8. Everybody is welcome to at applications. Yearling cattle can gen
friend» called upon her Saturday tend all of these services.
erally be dehorned with safety at this
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evening. Mrs. Heinenway was taken
time of year. A dehorning clipper can
down town by a friend who later
Baptist Church, Tenth and Adams
brought her home after tho guests —Bunday school at 10, preaching at be used."
Mr. Peters warns that purebred cat
had gathered there. Mrs. Hemen 11, chureh service at 7:30. Weekly
way received many beautiful gifts, prayer service at 8 p. m. Thursday. tle should not be dehorned. The shape,
Refreshments brought by the guests
size, quality, and position of the horns
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are characteristic of certain breeds and
Christian Science Church—Corner naturally have a bearing on the selling
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Honoring her niece, Misa Grace of Jefferson avenuo and Second value. On that account, says Mr.
HE STAR CAR has stood a test that no other car
Mrs. W. B. Whitten enter- street. Sunday services at 11 a. m. Peters, breeders discriminate severely
has ever stood. It is recognized that a trip into the
il tained a few of M ini * Denny ’ n Wednesday services at 7:30 p. m.
against purebred cattle when they
friends at a 12 o’cl lock dinner Fri«
Bohemia district is a severe test on any car. We were
Seventh Day Advontist Church— have been dehorned.
not satisiied to have the Star take the same route that
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West Main street. Services every
Mrs. William Noble, of Latham, Saturday. Sabbath school at 10,
other ears have taken. On a trip last week we put a
gave a surprise _ party Saturday
______ eve church service at 11; praper meet Stomach Worm Loss in
Star car over roads in that district that no other
uing in honor of her husband, the ing Wednesday evenings at 7:30.
Sheep Is Preventable
car has even attempted.
occasion being his birthday anni
Animal husbandry division men at
For the lira* time a motor ear made tho Champion
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University farm say that sheep own
The Tillieum club met Wednesday
creek-Noonday-Sharp’s creek loop. No other car has
ers of the state have suffered great
Boston News Bureau: A farmer in losses among their flocks by reason of
evening with Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
ever attempted the Noonday road. Not satisfied with
McQueen. Invited guests of the Virginia had been reading the news the stomach worm. The lambs suf
this, we put the Star up the side of Grouse mountain
club were Mr. and Mrs. R. ~
fer the most. The»«» losses can be re
to the old Knott shafts, down Grouse to the saddle and
Meeks, Mrs. O. M. Miller, G.__
M. building conditions in the metropo
Marksbury and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. lis. He ruminated awhile and then duced by treatment that Is Inexpen
around Fairview to the Fairview-Bohemia saddle. No
Potts. Delightful refrshments were began to calculate. He figured on sive and easily administered.
other car has ever attempted this test—the most severe
the basis of the quotations on farm
’The beet preventive .and the one
test ever given a car in this section. We then dropped
produce and the “basic wage” most easily given." says Philip A. An
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down to the Evening Star, then returned to the Fair
The ninth birthday anniversary agreed upon for plasterers, brick derson of the division, "is copper sni
of Miss l.ola Godard was the oeea layers, painters, plumbers and car photo or bine stone, as It is often
view-Bohemia saddle and returned by Sharp’s creek.
»ion for a 6 o’clock dinner Tuesday penters “in town.” Here for the known. Mske * 1 per cent solution
The car demonstrated its mechanical perfetion anti
evening at the home of her parents, result:
its wondrful pulling power by never hesitating at any
To pay a carpenter for one eight- by dissolving one-quarter of a pound
Mr. and Mr». 8. L. Godard Those
invited wore Rachael Galloway. Dor hour day—63 H dosen, or 762 eggs. of the blue stone In a pint of boiling .
obstacle. Its perfect cooling system and its fuel economy
To pay a bricklayer for one eight water, adding cold water to make |
othy Ends, Thelma Korn and Irene
were demonstrated by the fact that we did not boil the
hour day—17V4 bushels of corn, or three gallons, being sure that a clear
water on any of the murderous grades over which it
the receipts from one-half acre for solution Is obtained and always using
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was put. NO WATER, OIL OR GAS WAS PUT INTO
an earthenware or a wooden recep- j
Mr«. Ivan Warner was hostess ons year.
To pay a pa ilnter for one eight taele. The doee for lambs, according
THE CAR ON THE ENTIRE TRIP.
for tlie 8. T. B. club Wednesday at
Under Auspices of
a 1 o'clock luncheon held at'the hour day—23 chickens weighing to site. Is three-quarters of an ounce !
The Star is typical of the Durant method of construc
Gray Ginise lea room. Invited guests three • pound* each.
To nay a pl dumber for one eight to one and one-half ounces; for older
tion. It stands the racket. It is the greatest car value
of the club were Miss Dorris Bikes,
*2 pounds of butter, or sheep, two and one-half ounces to
possible to obtain in a moderately-priced car.
of Bpringfield. Mrs. H. A. Hagen hour
the output of
_ ___ 14 __________
cow» fed _____
and three ounces. An ordinary tablespoon
and Mrs. Bamuel V eat ch.
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To pay a carpenter for one eight
“A veterinarian» syrtnire can be
The W. R. C. served their quar hour day—one hog weighing 175
terly dinner Baturday ia I. O. O. F. pouad» weight, represent iag eight used, hut care must be exercised tn
no« pushing the plunger of the syringe
hall. The table was set for thirty months of feeding and care.
three. A number of members of the
The Virginia farmer looked over too rapidly, ns the solution may enter
LONG & CRUSON
G. A. R. were present. The dinner the results of his “calculation.” the lungs and give trouble. Tills treat
preceded the following program: “Hm,” he said. “I think I’ll keep ment should be repeated tn ten days
Bong, ‘'America”; prayer. Rev. J. my boy off the farm.”
or two weeks, or, If the flock Is badly
E. Carlson: reading, Mrs. C. E. Ash
infested, two or three times during
by; piano duet, Beatrice and Edith
seasonj at Intervals of Sil days."
Friday, Oct. 19—“Scars of Hate,” with
Jack Livingston and Mary Wynn. A tale of
the east and the west. “The Steel Trail,”
Saturday, Oct. 20—Tom Mix in “Step
ping Fast,” and a Sunshine comedy, “Apple
Sunday-Monday, Oct. 21-22—“The Cus
tard Cup,” with Mary Carr and a notable
cast including Miriam Battista, Peggy
Shaw and Jerry Devine. It-starts with a
smile, leaps into laughter—and ends with a
succession of startling surprises, And a
comedy, “Speed Bugs.”
Tuesday, Oct. 23—Jack Holt in “The
Tiger’s ('law.” Here’s drama of the thriIl
a-minute kind, with Jack Holt in a jewel
of a role, studded with glittering deeds of
daring. Cast includes Eva Novak and Ai-
leen Pringle. And a comedy.
Wednesday, Oct. 24—Richard Hatton
and Vivian Rich in “Unblazed Trails,” a
story of vengeance and retribution. And a
Thursday, Oct. 25—Pictures. Interna
tional News and Felix, the Cat.
Friday, Oct. 26—“Lost and Found on a
South Sea Island,” with House Peters,
Pauline Starke and Antonio Moreno. A
shimmy in every reel. “The Steel Trail,”
( ’hapter 4.
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