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LENTS, MULTNOMAH CO., OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1914
RAILROAD BRIDGE REBUILT BY GERMANS.
MT. SCOTT BUSI-
When two bold burglars broke into
the store of R. E. Jarl at Kelso early Collector of Customs, Miller, Issues
Monday morning they made a bad mix-
Statement to Oregon Public in
i take. Jarl is a sound sleeper bnt three
Reference to “War Tax” Due to
' o’clock is so near hi* usual hour of ris
the Business Depression.
ing that it only took a small noise to
I wake him. He wa* invited to put his
. hands up. He did so and at the same I Several Mt. Scott bnainesM institutions
time grabbed the thief’s revolver, which
will contribute to the new ’War Tax.”
was immediately turned upon its own-
Tiieone to suffer moat heavily will be the
i er. A second man, who hail been busy Multnomah State Bank at l>nta which
with the safe, concluded it wa* time to
i will pay on its capital, surplus, divi
go. The first burglar produced another dends, etc., a total of >160 00 annn-
gun that failed to work. Jarl got in five i ally. Next will come the theatres, the
“hot* and after turning on the light lo Yeager being tlie one most heavily hit
cated three of them. He concluded the ¡of all those in this section of the city.
other two took effect and notified the I Theatre* of a seating capacity of 250
; Clackamas county sheriff.
■ to 500. pay S’25; of 250 to 500, pay >50;
At two o’clock Monday a man stopped : 100 to 800, 175; over 800, $100 The
at 4825 East 63 rd street and asked for Yeager will come intbeloOclaxs The Isis
■ help. He w as found to be suffering from ; will probably come in the lower class.
a wound in the shoulder and another in ! The Prince«« at Arleta and the Firland
i the thigh. He was removed to ttie j at Nashville will probably get off for
hospital and platted under guard.
It is , 125.
Another thing in ttie Mt.
supposed be may lx- one of the burglars. Scott section to come tinder the special
Mud Lake, Decorating 72nd St, and
Rumed by Ruthless City Authori
ties, in the Interest of Peace.
Th« city authorities an* alx>ut to spoil !
oik - of tli« most conspicuous attraction* |
ot the Tremont region. For th« pn-t ;
«iaht or ten year* the street juat nt the I
turn of th« car nt Tremont ha* Iwen i
eiiibe|)i*hed by a very noticable little 1
lake of placid water. Thia lake ha#
been th« »i-ii« of many interesting
«venu in th« hunting season for <luck*
nn«l IP*»« the neighborhood ha* Is-en at i
aoinc danger from hunter* who usually
l*-gin to arrive nl*>ut four a. m and.
having to *li<Hit aoiin-what at rami-an
owing to the darknea* of the hour, ri-ai-
C> WI4, by American l'r«aa AaaœlatIon.
dent* of th* vicinity frequently get the
Thia bridge on the road between Amten» and Kouen wa» destroyed by the c’V-s. but the engineers of the kai
la-netll of the noiac and bkewise of their
ser's forces soon bad Uattic restored.
l.a*t aeaaon sonic ot the more
conservative citizen* of the locality un
dertook to post the lake against hunter*
but without much *ueeeaa. Thi* year
tlmre have la-ell additional reaeon for
anticipating trouble, owing to the
Headquarters Reubin Wilson Dost,
European war. ft wa* mpecte'l that
38, Department of Oregon Grand
»oinc of the German gentry ot the
Army of the Republic.
neighborhood would undertake to plant
lb« lake with min«* and various oilier
Lenta, Oregon, Nov. 21, 1914.
Teutonic ageiicic* of destruction. Tlx-
This was inspection evening for
native element have had able aaaiatani*
Reubin Wilson Dost.
in General Roaaal, who occupies a
i through with our regular business the
prominent position on the western
Poet was inspected by Comrade A. E.
ahorea of the lake, and Commodore
Borthwick, which was done in a very
Foot«, who ha* a position at iU northern
neat and appropriate manner. He gave
extremity. Gen. Ito>-»al hai< l«*n favor-
| the Post a very good standing. After
abb- to fortifying »«veral of tie- head
inspection the doors were opened for
land* leading out into the lake
; visitors. There were a great many Com
modore Foote baa been strong for *ub-
rade* from different Posts and a large
marine* The ability of these leader*
numlier of Circle and Corps ladies pres-
ha* a>«i»t»-<l very uiatA-ially in holding
Herr Von Freeburgcr and Gen. la-abo,
The Veteran Quartett and the G. A.
the German element, on tin- <-a*t, from
R. Quartett of Portland rendered sever
attempting anything desperate.
al very nice selections which were much
The south shore of the lake is occu
I appreciated. The evening was then
pied tiy long muddy mamhe» where
“pent in short speeches from Depart
tle-re have been accident* by inexpert-
ment Commander H. 8. Fargo, Pro
«need traveler* who have «lowly sunk
fessor M. S. Pratt. Poet Department
into thi* »limy »lough, never to la- Keen
; Chaplain Waters, also Commander Jor
again. Quite a numla-r of Tremont
don of Geo. Wright Poet; J. G.
citizenry have completely <li*api>earcd
Chandlers of St. Johns, Miller of Lin
from the ken of man
Not even a trace
coln Garfield Poet, Assistant Adjutant
of their clothing, nor hair nor hide, re
General C. A Williams, and Past De
main* to l»-ar witne** to the terrible
partment medical inspector Dr. Hall.
fate mat overtook them in the innocence
By the way Dr. Hall has a receipt for
The 1914 oat crop of Oregon will
The United State» ha* approximately
The Haller family on Foster road near prolonging a 'Comrade'a life to 120
ot their ignorance or tin- desperation of
900.<1X),000 bushel» of wheat on hand amount to approximately. 12,740,000 , Grays Crossing are having lively times years. The receipt can be bail free by
The probability of a naval conflict of this year for ex;xirt and practically all bushels, compared with a total yield of i of late. Chicken thieves have been applying in person to Dr. Hall. The
any sort aroma to have waned The
speakers were introduced by Cotnmand-
of it will probably lie sold to the war 16,228,000 bushels last year, according l busy down that way. One evening dur
forces ot the Hamerican* an- being
to estimates given out by the Crop Re
j er John Huntington, who was peraonly
watched carefully by Ospt. Schmidt and ring countrie» of Europe. According to porting Board of the United State* De ing the past week one of the neighbors acquainted with them all and gave them
Colonel Gubner, laitli strongly pro-tier- a report* Issued today by the United partment of Agriculture. The acre saw some one up a tree n«-ar the nouee. a very commendable introduction.
man, and. a* naval success »eenu-d States Itepartment of Agriculture the yield this year is 36.0 bmhels. and the He telephoned to the Haller’s that some
After the speaking all repaired to the
doubtful the Hamerican* have resorted wheat production of the United States product is bringing the farmer* around i one was planning to burglarise them. dining hall where a splendid lunch was
They have employed a
42 cents per bushel.
Last year the It took them the evening to learn there served by the ladies of Shilo Circle.
this year will tie around 892,000,000
couple of himported Frenchmen to mine
I Great credit is due the Circle tor their
average price was 36 cents per bushel.
ths lake and tap the subterannean un bushel» and only 601,000,000 laiahele
The oat crop of Continental United was nothing to it. The intruder was a part taken in this evening’s work.
derflow and thu* render thi* magnificent will be needed lor food consumption States this year is estimated at young man looking for one of the girls.
All had a very enjoyable time and
laxly of muddy water incapable of navi ami seed purposes at home.
went away with a “come again’’ feeling.
1,136,755,000 bushels, or about 16,000,
gation for their kraut eating enemy.
The Post wishes to thank them one and
The per capita wheat consumption of 000 bushels more than last season's
And thus will peace I* maintained at
all for their presence and help in mak-
yield. The average yield per acre in
Barring the ten years spent a* tu j ing a good time.—Veteran.
this important strategic point. Mud Oregon for food is 6.1 bushels, and the 19)4 for the entire nation war 29.6
tor In private families. Kant passed
Ijtke will give away to Mud Flat» and total annual requirement for seed and bushels and 29.9 bushels in 1913.
the whole of his long life In Koenlgs-
the jieople who diaappesr nt thi* place food purposes in this Stste is 60,026,000
berg. where he was Ixirn in 1724 Dur IMPORTANT CHANGE IN
bushel», leaving a surplus of production
hereafter will »mother in mud rather
ing hl* early tenure of the chair of
this year of approximately 10,578,0<0
STOCK SHOW PROGRAM
than suffocate by drowning
philosophy bls sole emoluments con
Like any other business man, the sisted of (20 a year, a sack of wheat
fanner only wants a fair profit on his every month and sufficient firewood to
The stock breeders of the Pacific
The Country Weekly
capital investment, and a living wage warm ills house In cold weather. On
will learn with regret that
' (or his lalxir. There is no better way becoming rector of the university only
Some people knock the country sheet,
Advertised letter» for week ending
or account of the presence of the dread
They *ay the daily ha* it bent.
ed foot and month disease in the Mid
They claim the weekly run* dead stuff November 21, 1914: Childsen, Mrs. than by giving him a profitable market stipend, so the greatest of all German
dle West and the possibility that
William; Gardiner, K. M.; Jensen, for his products.
And fill* its page* full of guff
than the pastor of Goldsmith’« "De through some means infection might be
About the newly purchased hears«
serted Village" However. In his lat brought into this territory, the manage-
and Mrs. J. A.; Pearson, M.; Ritchie,
And whether Deacon Jone* i* worse.
Minister (calling on inmate of ter years Kant's scanty means were i ment of the Pacific International Live
Bessie; Rosso, Mike; Rhuhohu, T-kla;
prison) — "Rememlier, Mr. Kenney, supplemented by an annual allowance stock Exposition has decided to elim
Yet one could run a weekly sheet
Cor. 10th and Marie Nt».
that stone walls do not a prison make, of £20 from the privy purse of Fred inate all entries of breeding stock of
Ami have the city paper lieat
Geo. W. Spring, Postmaster.
erick the Great. —London Chronicle.
nor iron bars a cage.”
If he would toll the thing* he know*
every description ami confine the show
Kenney — “Well, they've got me
A* country town life come* and goes.
exclusively to meat animals.
hynotixed, then; that’s all—Dallas
He knows the banker whipped hi* wife
in the twenty-first verse of the sev I “It has been found best," said Mana
far-away Siberia nod the call for stock News,
Till she subdued him with a knife
enth chapter of Ezra can be found ger Plummer, “in view of the fact that
thi» year is unusually heavy.
He’s seen the lake and such like spot*
every letter of the English alpbabet. the foot and mouth disease is prevalent
ment some time ago of 126 lioxe* of
The deacon »old for city lot*,
It runs thus: "And I. even 1. Artax i in the eastern states, to do away with
Hood River apples to Vladivostok wa*
An Important Difference.
And if he’d run, some rainy day,
erxes the king, do make a decree to the breeding classes, not only in cattle,
received in excellent condition and met
"Haven’t .vour opinions on thia sub all the treasurers which are beyond
A lint of those who will not pay
but hogs and sheep as well, for this
with ready demand from the natives. let! undergone ii change?"
the river that whatsoever Ezra tbs j vear. We do not believe there is the
The newspaper, his sheet would lie
Within the last few days other ship
"No." replied Senator Sorghum
priest, the scribe or the law of the
Much like the town directory.
"But your views, as you expressed God of heaven, shall require of you. It slightest danger that the disease will
ments have gone forwaid; living routed
i enter this territory but the value of the
Instead, the sheet boosts fol the town
by way of Puget Soun I from which them some time ago"—
be done speedily."
¡ stock to lie shown is too great to per
And doe* the thing up good and brown ; I point they will so by steamer to Japan,
Those Were uot my views Those
But, still more wonderful. In tbs
For friendline«* there’s naught can lieat thence to Siberia. No advice has been were ni.v Interview«." — Washington eighth verse of the third chapter of mit us to run any risk no matter how
The unassuming country sheet,
Zephaniah Is contained every letter, slight it might be. The stock exhibited
received as to the prices at which these Star.
And that’s the reason, sure a* fate,
including finals, of the Hebrew lan ¡ will be that intended for slaughter.
apples are sold to the ultimate con
Seat He Could Do.
Why country papers run the state.
¡This is. th£ only stock show to adopt
guage — Westminster Gazette.
“Lend tne »5. will you. old chapt'
N. A. C.
this course, hut ae believe our action
"Hnven't got It. hut I'll tell you what
| will meet with universal approval.’’
While a Denver physician was in I'll du I’ll lend you the $5 I lent Job-
When the council of ten ruled Ven
she exclaimed im specting the insane hospital at Pueblo son over a year ago If you cau collect ice they Issued a decree regarding the
Lenta Oddfellows elected officers for
patiently; “we'll lie sure to miss the an inmate approached him and asked :
art of glnssmaklng. It runs: “If a
ensuing term last Tuesday evening.
flrat act. We’ve been waiting a good |
work inn u carry bls art beyond the lim
Not For Ooetara.
Walter Busli will otxupy the chair of
many minutes for that mother of a piece of toast?”
Of course It I* h II right for Ignorance
“No,” reolied the doctor jn surprise, to be bliss, but we dislike tn have our the republic, be shall be desired to re Noble Grand; W. R. Douglas was
‘Hourr, I should say,” he replied “but I can get a piece if you want it doctor eujoy Mniseif that way —Gal turn If ue disobey, bls nearest rela chosen Vice Grand; Ralph Stanz was
tives shall be Imprisoned. If. In spite re-elected secretary for the third time;
of their Imprisonment, be remain ob W. J. McNeal was re-elected Financial
"Ob, I wish you would. I’m a
“Ours?” »he cried Joyfully.
A brave soul I* a thing which at! stinate In hia wlan to II«« abroad, au Heeretary and F. R. IVterson wa* chosen
Gsoige, this is so sudden!”— ladias poached egg and 1 want to sit down ”
«tnlaaary shall be told off to kill him." Treasurer.
aerve - Alerar.der Smith.
GERMAN FIELD KITCHEN.
OREGON WILL SEND
EHE OREGON OAT
WHEAT LO EUROPE
CROP f OR 1914
tax is the billard or pool rooms. All
bowling alleys and billiard rooms, pay
i $5 per alley or table. So Izenta will con
tribute abont $45 for that cause. Grays
! Crossing will come in for another bunch,
i Tremont some more, and further down
tlie line there will be still further collec
tions at Arleta But they will not have
to put up for the entire $5 per table
this time. The collection will be for an
eight months period, just two thirds of
the annnal term and so will be one third
short of the annual collection.
there are other sources of revenue in
this part of the country Every tobacco
dealer who handles over $200 worth of
tobacco in any or all forms, will be in
vited to “pungle up” two thirds
of $4 x0, and abont everybody that
handles tobacco will have to stand for
that. All in all, right here in Lenta we
are contributing to Uncle Sam right
around $300 The remaineder of th* M
Scott district will turn over abont as
much again and so this part of th* city
will assist very materially to relieve the
distress into which the European war
has placed onr good unde.
As a matter of information for all in
terested we give the list of taxable
business« _ and business products. This
list was sent out by the local collector of
internal revenue, to every business «ob
ject to taxation in this state and it will
net several hundred thousands in
Bankers, for each $1060 of capital em
Brokers, who have not paid as
Commercial brokers....................... 20.00
Customhouse brokers....................... 10.00
Commission Merchants, who have
paid as Commercial Brokers ......... 20.00
Proprietors of theaters, museum«
and concert halls:
Seating capacity not over 250...... 25.00
Seating capacity over 250 anti not
Seating capacity over 500 and not
over 800........................................ 76.00
Seating capacity over 800................ 100.00
Proprietors of circuses....................100.00
Proprietors or agents of other ex
hibitions or shows for money...... 10.00
Proprietors of bowling alleys anti
billiard rooms for each alley or
Dealers in tobacco (Manufactured
tobacco, snuff, cigars, cigarettes)
exempt when annual receipts not
over $200.00.................................. 4.80
Manufacturers of Cigars:.
Annual sales not over 100,000
cigars .. .......................................... 3.00
Annual sales exceed 100,000 and
not exceed 200,000....................... 6.00
Annual sales exceed 200,(MM) and
not exceed 400,000....................... 12.00
Annual sales exceed 400,000 and
not exceed 1,000,000..................... 30.00
Firemen Will Get Benefit
The I>*nta Volunteer Firemen will give
a benifit show next Wedne«day evening
at the Yeager theatre. There will be
extra show features and a tine time is
assured. The Firemen deserve a gener
ous support. They give their services
freely and they ought to have the ap
preciation of the entire community.
Don’t forget the date and the cause.
Mrs. Hassenger Burled
Mrs. Mary Hassenger, mother of Mrs.
W. E. Kickinapp, of Saginaw Heights,
died Nov. 18, 67 years ot age, of heart
trouble. Rev. Moore conducted the
funeral and «he wa* buried at Multno
Her husband died
Maybe the reason why a woman ie
never content«! ie because eontowteaent
inakss people fat.