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KNOWS ALL THE GOSSIP.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Ill the Amerh-an Msaaalno George
Flt< h. the Illinois humorist, writes on
"The ILoiiieburg Telephone Kxehauge.**
lu which he de»< rlln-e the telephone iu
Pte sc Taber 22S4
a small village In the following ex
Rc»Mcs«.c 211 N. Maia St. Leali. Ore.
tra< t lie explain« why t'arrle. the tele
phone operator, known more than any
Mrs. F. R. Foster ia enjoying a visit ««lie else In town:
from her sister from Vancouver.
"When m.v wife wants t<> know If
h.its are being worn tit an afternoon
lam Gates and wife returned from reception «he • alls Currie. Ten to one
Mi. Scafi. Leal« aad Pertlaad
McMinnville Monday, after spending Carrie has caught a «<-n<p of ««»uverwa
lion over ¡be Hue «nd know« Itut If
some time there on a visit.
she hasn't she will cull up and hud out
When a doctor leave« his oflli-e to make
Baggage and General Hauling,
Mr. an«l Mrs. Desky and sons of a call lie culls up Currie, ami «lie faith
Montavilla. spent Thanksgiving with fully pursue«, him through t.«wu ami
Trunks 50c Lach
country nil day. If nwvaxnrv Wheti
Otto Katzky and family.
we are preparing for a journey we d<>
' uot go dow n to the de|a»t until we have
Mrs. Clara Wilson of Peterson Addi- . calle«! up Carrie ami have tuuiul out if
I the train la on time And w hen out
leave Baggage Check and Address Cion reports improvements now Iwing t«able« waialer away we no uiiigei rttu
at Plummer Drugstore.
i fra nt lea lly up aud down the street
Thirst and Madison St.
hunting for them We ask Carrie to
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Lent are happy advertise for a lost child seven hands
in the birth of a son—a Thanksgiving high aud weuriug a four hour old fare
wash, and wltblu five minutes she ha«
gift—born Thursday, 3 p. in.
called up fifteen people In various |«tris
, of the town and has <lls< uv er,«l Hint
Mrs. Dr. Hess spent Monday and sahl child ia playing Indian hi m « uio
Tuesday at Carroll’s Point. Washing j back yard a few blocks away
"Carrie is also our coutidant I hale
ton. visiting friends
to thluk of the uuml«er of things I ar
l*row<lug Into our Hues
The quarantine was removed from the while we are talking, u« she <1< h ‘ s lu
Cox family Saturday and the children sean h of conuectloli» to take down
Draka & Mauck
»tie overhear* enough goasip to turu
re-entered school Monday.
MAUDRA HAT SHOPS
II ouK-burg into u liotlusl of anareiiy if
12« 4TH ST
34? WASHINGTON ST.
«die were to let It loose.
Mrs. E. Pinekley, daughter of Boom*
"Hut »he doesn't. Carrie keeps all
Johnson of Gresham, and a nil dent of the secrets that a thousand other wo
Pleasant Valley, diet! Tuesday morning. men can't She knows what Mrs,
Wimble lloru «aid to .Mrs Ackle.v over
the line which tun de Mrs..Ackley so
Wagon Repairing and General
A. D. Kenworthy is enjoying a visit mad that the two haven't apoken for
from his brother, J. V. Kenworthy and three years Sb«* knows Ju«t who of
our citizens telephone to l*ayn«*AVllle
family, from Anacortes, Wash.
Matt Greenslade, Foster Road
when Homeburg goes dry and order
books, shoe«, eggs and hard boiled
Lenta schools will give a («oultry allow shirts from the saloons up there to t«e
again this year Great interest is being sent by express tn a plain package.
developed among the children, who are She knows who calls up Lutie Briggs
every night or two from Paynesville,
making preparations for the show.
and young Alexander Bane would glre
worlds for the information, reserving
Wm. Anderson ha» all the house num- only enough for a musket or some oth
hers on the east «ide of Main street to er dueling weapon.
FIRST CLASS WORK
"There's very little that Carrie does
Foster road. now. and will be pleased to
furnish them to any one desiring them. not know 1 shudder to think what
would bap(M*n If Carrie should get miff
ed and begin to divulge Cnee we had
G. W Utterback and wife of Chick a telephone girl who did this She was
asha, Okla., enroute to California, are a pert young thing w ho bad come to
visiting J. L. Robinson and family this town with her family a short time be
fore. It was s mistake to hire tier
telephone girls should be watched and
tested for dlHcretlon from babyhood
Mrs. MaxMeyer, formerly of Lenta, up—but our directors did It and tie
Furniture and Piano Moving
has sold her farm in Clark County. cause she showed a passion for litera
Express and Baggage
Washington, and will return to Lents to ture and gum and very little for work
they fired her in three months. She
live, bringing two children with her.
STAND 52 First St, Cor. Pine, with Post
left with reluctance, but she talked
Special Deliver). Phooe« Main 402. A-I4S2
with enthusiasm, and Horneburg was
Residence. Mi Ave. and Marie St. Mh Ave.
Charlie Reynolds, at one time en an artued camp for a long time"
Station near Lent», Phone Tabor 3774
gaged in the grocery businem here with
Herald and Daily and Sunday Ore
his brother, Robert, is reported to have
been killed by a train near Florence.
1 < iregon. on Monday.
Herald and I>«ily Journal H 'V
All church. society. v«r»»n«l and local new.
not publt.heU for profit. free; notice, of •««
Urtaitimrnt.. conduct<-<l for profit, published
•t a ibc minimun, of L>‘ word«.
ment. and card of thank*, tame rate
tising rate, quoted on request
Lents, City and
Ernest E. Hatter
A. N. GARDNER
All Goods and Work
Understanding that the Lents
Fuel Company is about to re
tire from business, I will sell
Wood at the following Prices
until April first 1915.
Best Live Wood
Dead Wood .................
Lents Fuel Company
R. L. WHITCOMB, Prop.
Phone Tabor 1688
Office cor Main and Foster Road
F. F. EHRLICH
Ta i lor
Suits to Order
$15.Ovi and up
Foster Road Next Door
to P. O.
Lents Sta., Portland, Oregon
Cams of th« Telephone the Beet Port
ed Pereon In Town.
The Oddfellows have decided to invite
the Haralo and Woodlawn degree teams
to put on their degree team contest in
the Mt. Scott Lxxlge ball in Lente.
0.1K0N MRICUITURIH. COlLEGf
WINTER SHORT COURSE JAN. 4-30
Agriculture, including Agronomy.
Mrs. Carrie Blakesly, daughter of
Animal Husbandry, Dairying. Horti*
culture, Poultry Husbandry, Insects,
Mr. and Mrs. Eldred is home for tier
Plant and Animal Diseases, Cream-
Thanksgiving vacation, Mrs. Blakealy
an Management, Marketing, etc.
is teaching at Battleground, Wash.
Home Economics, including Cook
ing. Home Nursing, Sanitation, Sew
ing Dressmaking and Millinery.
lente school* made a tine collection of
Commerce, including Business Man
Thanksgiving donations for needy' agement. Rural Economics. Business
people in various parte ot the district. | Law Ofice I raining. Farm Account
A large number of families were sup- | ing, etc.
Shopwork and Roadbuilding.
plied with fool arel other home com- I FARMFRS WEEK —FEBRUARY 14
A general clearing house session of
six days for the exchange of dynamic
ideas on the most pressing problems
The Epworth league of the M. E.
of the times.
Lectures by leading
authorities. State conferences.
Church gave a Country Fair Tuesday
night. More than two hundred people EXTENSION SERVICE
Offers lectures, movable schools, in
were in attendance. The program was
stitutes and numerous correspondence
short but very pleasing and a happy
courses on request.
time was enjoyed by all. It was a de MUSIC: Piano, String, Band. Voice.
cided success and cineol with many con
Mrs. C. E. Cleland, formerly of lent«
writes from Dorres, California, in ap-
preciation of their new home. Her son
the j i
Ira, who took several prizes in
school cooking contest at Lente last [
year, wa« a winn-r on layer cake at the ,
Butte Valley fair recently held at
The I.ents Rebekaha’s have chosen
Mrs. Clyde Sager for tlieir Noble Gran<l
for the next term. Mrs. J. W. McNeal
will occupy the chair of the ViceGrand ;
Mrs. Mamie Cox was re-eh-cted Cor
responding se«;retary and Mrs. R. E.
Allen wa« re-elected Financial Secre
tary. Miss Bessie Lightfoot was chosen ,
Treasurer. There is some talk of a joint
installation early in January
THE NEW RURAL CIVILIZATION
By Patsr Radford.
torturer National L'armer«' l'nlon.
M'e are confronting a new rural
civilisation It Is so radically differ
ent from the life of the past that It
may well be called new, not merely
' because of Its characteristics, but be
.cause of its triumph in rural coopera
tion and leadership. The utilization
of modern agencies, and the use of
farm machinery have greatly Increas
ed the efficiency of the farmers,
broa lutud their vitdou and made life
more satis fying
The moat serious enemlen to coun
try life are Isolation and drudgery, and
ptrhiips the worse of the two la Iso
lation. It 1« the curse of the coun
trv The hunger of young people for
c panlonahip ha; been disregard« d
ar I In various ways th« social In-
rtincts hnve had their revenge Th«
lr its of modern Inventive skill and
e: • rjvrl«« have enriched country life
a.i.I afforded the facilities of banish-
!n>: forever th«' extreme isolation
v l.lch us«’d to vex the farm house
hold of thi past Th<< telephone Is a
great social asset In the rural home;
the rural free delivery brings the
world's daily message to the door, the
parcel post delivers ten million pack
age« per annum at a half million
homes, and the automobile annihilates
distance making Isolation a myth
The building of public highways has
brought com nunitles and farm homes
One test of modern civilization la
the capacity for co-operation
selfish days of the Independent farm
er are rapidly passing and we are be
ginning to catch the vision and share
the profits of organized efforts There
are many farm machines adapted to
serving a community, but organiza
tion of fanners Is required to pur
chase and operate them on a co-oper
ative basis, and new law, are needed
to permit these transactions.
Po I ¡.her».
VOTE FOR .
Shining Parlor in Connection
114 Main St. Lenta
Big Business and Small Profits
112 Main Street
Best Patterns, Moderate
Prices. Neatest Styles
Cleaning and Pressing by
OUR SERVICE GUARANTEED
John Manz, Lents, Ore
LOVETTS FURNITURE STORE
New ind second hand household goods bought and
Wall Paper at prices that will surprise you.
House painting and Paper Hanging
figures. Lead and Linseed oil used
New Taoke for the Rural Church.
Save the Necves
The Market With the
Co-operation the Key Note.
Extra Good Line of Fresh and Salt Meats, Smoked
Ham and Bacon
5 The Copeland Lumber Company 9
The average bird 1« the farmer'*
beat and truest friend—stand by your
i friends—the feathered songsters.
A fiine Supply of Pickles, Kraut, Saucesand Fresh
A Good Roof
A Low Price
Take good roads for your text and
go everywhere preaching the gospel
j of better farm -conditions.
Turkeys, Geese, Ducks, or
Chickens—-order at once
Sewed or Nailed
Expert Shoe Repair
GOOD WORK AT
It ia a dramatic moment on the
farm when machinery «mancípate«
the «lave of drudgery The evolution
of farm machinery la a continued
story of human ingenuity. One man
now, by the aid of modern mechanical
device«, car do as much as five or
ten men used to perform and the
work Is le«s burdensome and more
fascinating The miracle of conqueet
Bought in Carloads direct from the
«111 lift th«- curse of drudgery that
has crushed the courage out of farm
boya and caused them to retreat to the
cities Three are many labor waving
Get our prices on this Superior
devices for the homes that can relieve
Brand of Roofing liefore you place
the wife of backbreaking tasks I .a
borsavlng machinery haa wrought
educational problem* that have en
gaged the attention of the boys, re-
lleved the housewife and added tie*
economies and values to farming and
Phone Tabor 1371
has taken away self pity and glfeh
them a genuine pride In their callÁig
Fo«ter Road and t'ainpl«ell Sta. lento Station, Port'and, Oregon
We need to take full advantage of
We Have Them
WILL TAKE YOUR ORDER FOR
The Slave of Drudgery.
The rural church has been slow to
adjust Itself to the new order of
The churches are discover
ing new opportunities for serviss,
broader community usefulnees and a
greater social mission. The chsrch
must gird Itself for new tasks and
under a new virile type of leadership
undertake real community building
Reduced rates on all rail with the modern church as the center
roads. For further inf« rma ion address,
of activity and source of inspiration
The Oregon Agricultural Collage.
guidance The triumph over iso
lation and the gradual emancipation
from drudgery, the development of
good roads, telephones, rural mail sar
vice and th- wonderful evolu.ion of
farm machinery make for religious
advancement. The Increase In Intel
ligerice, new social consciousness,
growing spirit of co-operation added
efficiency of rural institutions, ch»r
acter, home building and better rural
moral* afford opportunities for a com
munity serving church to demonstrate
Its power The rural church to ful
fill Its mission must swing around It
the influences for progress.
WANTED—Small furnished house, or
two housekeeping room» in vicinity of
O. Jacobson, 5IM
Everett St . Portland.
FOR"SAI)E—A good rig. hor-e, bar-
net* and wagon, cheap. Suitable for
family use, grocery, market gardner,
berries, right delivery, or express
Everything in go«»! condition, and
rendy for immediate use.
Also ■ s««t of
good double harness, medium heavy.
One, 12 ip. plow (Oliver, steel) One, 12
in. Syracuse chill«! iron plow. One
■iouble shovel plow, one teed cutter, and
many other articles.
Come and see
th«« things. They are all in good eon-
; dition and they are cheap.
' Danvers, Kendall Station.
The Rural Church the Guiding
Star of Progress.
Miss Maude Alvord
Candidate in the Journal Trade
and Circulating .Contest, from
Mt. Scott District No. 3
Votes left with W. E. Goggins, of D«nts,
<>r mailer! tn Mira Alvor«! at ftirjii Forty-
! sixth Avenue, 8. E., will be accepted
Phone Tabor 2352
No Job too Large for us to bandle
106 Main Street South, Lents Oregon
Hay, Feed and Grain
Washed Gravel, Sand
Cement, Brick, Lime, Wall and Land Plaster
McKINLEY & BUNDY
; Home 3112
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Oregon Fire Relief, Oregon Merchants Mutual
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PROTECTION AND BENEFITS
John Brown, Qresham, Ore.