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LENTS, MULTNOMAH CO., OREGON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 19M.
Subscription, $1.00 a Year.
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RUINS OF THE RHEIMS CAI HEid AL.
IENTS GRANGE TO HAVE
ELLE DAY SATURDAY
The Lenta Grange will meet at 10:30
Saturday in an all day session, ft is very
Not all Liquor Used as Intoxicants
desirous that every officer be on hand at
Sold Over Bar. Some Medicines
10:30 as lite session is to be a crowded
! Stockman was the
Steck hi an built a tire in his heating stove
Granges of the county hold their quar
ami then took a hath in an adjoining
terly meeting with this Grange that day.
In the making of a new liquor law
room. Before lie flnislied the bath the
The regular Monday meeting of the house was on fire and all the content*
Thia will convene at the noon hour. The there will be an endlew number of
morning session will be taken np in giv matter* to cover, not only boot legging
East Mile Buxines* Men's Club was en were burned.
The fire burned rapidly
ing the third and fourth degrees. The and blind pigs, and solicitors, and
tertained at dintier by an address from and nothing could I m * done to stop it.
afternoon session will have two import and evasive druggists will need to be
d. B. Cobb, legislator elect from this T,“T *•’** •‘«■ato.l several block» from
ant features. The first part of the after considered, All sorts of original pack-
county, last Monday,
noon will he in charge of the Lecturer, age* will be offered if the experiences
Tlw* Kern Park Fire Department went
Mr Cobb is engaged in
Maud K. Damall, and a good program of other sections are repeated
l*1“ 'tv'nv but it took about a quarter
tlie miying busineHS and he Is therefor '
been arranged. The latter part of and Oklahoma experienced all sorts of
thoiiroughly acquainted with the possi mile of hose and by the time the how
the afternoon will be taken rip with the sorprisea in the kind of packages that
bilities of Oregon timber
lie is also wa* laid an adjacent house, is-longing to
election of officers
were iihipped into those states. In many
well informed a* to the im|x>rtance of R. E Henderson, was on fire. The
The following program will tie ren inatancee they were clearly misnamed.
th* lumbering busines* to th* general furniture war saved here hut the house
dered: hurtnimental solo, Mrs. Leo I
Inniswnt looking boxes of books, or
Attention had >s*-n
business condition* of the state, labor, went in a hurry.
Katzky; Vocal solo. Miss Maori Egbert; I ; -------
bibles. , were merely covers for an in-
and financial prosperity.
He estimated given to a third house, which was
Deflate, Resolved, That Poor Cooking j
I closed canteen.
But one of the most
that at least a third of the mills are now tackled with ropes, poles, ami various
More Injury to Mankind than Hagraut evasions of tlie J®ts lay in the
all’*, and that tiiore that are runnhig are UN an" and shoved and rolled about 40
the Use of Tobacco, Affirmative, J. W. importation of various kinds of patent
The first two
doing a>> on short time.
If the mills feet away ami saved.
McNeil and W. A. Young.
Negative, compounds made up with a little mint
were all rtiuplng, their annual output (■Ini't-a carried insurance.
Mabel Smith and Estelle Katzky; or uaelees herbs, essentially whiskey or
would eMixs-d $.'IU,U(l(>,000 annually, and
' Violin solo, Milton Katzky; Instrnmetal alcohol.
This system of overcoming the
this would (nil alsmt $12,000,(XX) in the of the m-cd of additional hydrants in
| solo, Ora May Merrill; Suggested School
law succeeifed for a while but in the end
hands <>f the tailoring class**
Legislation, A. C Newell, President of such preparations hail to be forbidden.
Mr. Obb alluded to tbe pm|amition
Civic League ; Character Bong, Winne-
But it is interesting to note that many
to I mod tills couniy for $1,000,0(h) for f DI I OR AM) HIS PAPER
fred Smith and Virginia Andreazi; Vocal patent medicines now contains so high a
the completion of th* Columbia high-1
solo, Mrs Gold backer.
percentage of alcohol that tliey may
ARE LOWN’S BI SI ASSE I
He called attention to tla* fact |
very fairly be claased as intoxicants.
that the proposed surfacing material ;
Ordinary beer contains about 3 percent
would have to come from some other
1 niversity of Oregon. Eugene. I»ec 7.
of alcohol. Swamp Root also contains
country, or slate, at best
That would —•'Advertising in tlie country paper i*
▼ lew of one wall of tbe edifice after th»» Loniburdmeut
Dr. King’s New Medical
mean that Oregon money would tie tlie l***t invs*tment a county merchant
As a great many of the farmers of Discovery has 4 percent of alcohol.
spent in a way to the disadvantage of , can make," says Eric W. Allen, bead of
Oregon latsir and proposed that tlie : , the department of journalism at the
, Oregon find it impossible to attend the Syrup of Figs has 3 percent. Solax
Eucalytua ha* 4 percent; Nyal’s Cherry
mail official* lw directed to consider 8ta to Univerwity
| short sessions of the O. A. C. at Cor-
Syrup 4 percent; Peruna, 8 per
tlieir own product.
Wooden road sur
"Tlie merchant’s advertising should
i vallia. school will be loaded upon a cent; Paines Celery Compound, 5 per
face. well drained and VMitUatrd would , I m * new*. It should toll something very
special train and taken over the state in cent.
Ballard’s Remedies, 4 percent;
last ton to twelve years, it properly laid definite aliout what the store offer«, and
order to distribute important instruc Pinex. 2 percent.
Tbe class known ae
and lie then ileacrilMMl bi* plan for lay tlie copy should tie changed frequently.
tion almost at the fanner’s door. The ‘'bitters” are still more strongly loadeil
ing tlie mad which in brief was that tlie The advertising columns should be
first sessions of this traveling school will with alcohol.
Nyal’s Vegetable Pres
road I mm I should be prepared for mail* as intoreeting as any otlier part ot
be held at Molalla and Estacada begin cription has 16 percent; Electric Bit
longitudinal drainage with convenient the |>aper, anil the merchant’s ‘*<1'
ning Dec. 8. Although the complete ters, 16 percent; Dr. Pierce’s Smart
Between the drain* a should ap;**ar with the same regularity
schedule has not been definitely ar Weed, 40 percent; Iron Tonic, 20 per
gravel or <*ru»l>ed rock I mms * about 16 as the editor’* news. An advertisement i
ranged, it has been decided that there cent ; Dr. Ward’s Liniment, 46 percent;
incites wide I m * lai<l, ujsin which cedar in th* local paper is by no mean* I
will be 24 sessions in 24 different parts Lydia E. Pinkham's Compound, 15 per
sills would rest. Upon these the mad charity. It brings big returns : first, in:
the state, each session lasting five cent Some of the common compounds
floor would rest, made Irons 6x6 timlierv. direct liwrinetvi when it is handled with a
days, the school term ending March 27. only have 1 percent as Caatoria. Nyal’s
Iti feet long, an<l fastened down with little common nense , second, in bnildiug !
Six members of the staff of the exten- Soothing Syrup, 1 penent. Some of
countersunk spikes, the opening being : up a community.
I sion division of the college work will these preparation* are made np with
cloned with tsr. The timbers would I»*: “The paper should I m * mail* a* im-!
■ give up all their time to this instnetiou, glycerine as the preservative but tlie
laid about a half inch apart for ventila portant an ageut of » town'« improve-,
' discussing all tire important phases of greater part of them depend upon alco
tion and ilraiimge.
He thoaght tiieae i tuent and pros|>erity a* the church or
production and marketing, special at hol. One list ot these things, over 70 in
timliers "hoiilil I m * laid with the grain reliixii. The great problem of the small
bein«; given to local problems. number includes common drug* in
edge up as the wearing surface would I m * j town in tliese days of centralization and
Certain subject* will be treated on cer which the alcoholic content runs from
must enduring that way. and when worn parcel |x>«t is to make itself a go<*l place
tain days, making it possible for a busy 20 to 45 percent. It is evident that the
down the stick could I m * turned com* I to live in and a pleasant place for the
man to attend only on the day wlien the preparation is extremely likely pi de
pletely over, or even halt over. In some I country pixiple to come to. If it doesn't
special subject in which he is interested compose, or else the alcohol is used to
Photo by Aiiirn.au Kress As*oei»iion
instance* a quarter turn would he ad do that il i* diximed to disappear.
is taken np.
develop tlie sensation of medical activi
visable. If tin* timbers were seriously
The Belgian ao>dlera carry carrier pigeons with them, transporting them la
"Bo no town should be so shortsight
ty. All there preparations could be used
cage« on the backs of cavalrymen.
damaged they could I m * taken tip and re ed as not to give every encouragement
for the alcoholic content, and
sawed on the Bjmt with a movable saw to tlie man who is trying to make a
the person so using feels no serious ef
lie is in one sense
Tumalo irrigation project.
fects. unless he get* drunk. Any one of
The aildrew« was received with interest the most important citizen. He can do
nounced that this project is now com-
them used excessively would tend to
and considerable favor.
A committee more for the town l«>th at home and
píete and that applications for the lands develop alcoholism. Any one of them
was voted to bring the attention of tin* abroad than any other one man.
are being received in great numbers. that might be used internally, might be
county commissioners to the plan.
Al should I m * backed np in his effort to do
The entire project embraces 22,500 substituted at a wake or a booze club.
together il seemed to I m * a very reason business at btiHinesH prices and in a
acres of irrigable land, about 6,000
QUEER ANIMAL TRAPS.
I Ast Saturday was election day at
Next Wednesday at 10:30 a. m. the acres of which has already been con
able plan of securing good roads from business way.
It would I m * just as
Master J. J. regular quarterly meeting of Multnomah tracted tor. The lands are being sold in Not Intended ae Such, but They Provo
home material that in the end would sensible for you to let your schools run Evening Star Grange
probably give better satisfaction than down, or your churches run down, a* to Johnson was re-elected unanimously. County Pomona Grange will meet with 40 acre tracts at $40 per acre, one-tenth
the foreign importation.
let your newspaper run down."
That almost unerring Instinct which
Mm. Jennie C. Smith was re-elected Evening Star Grange in their hall on the of the price to be paid at once, the bal
Secretary and E. J. Spixiner wa* again Section Line road near Eighty-second ance in ten installments. The settler, carries animals through«grave danger*
by irrigating one-third of his land each has led in many instance* In the Mid
chosen Steward. Other officers chosen
M. E. Church Bazaar
"Write me a check. Alfred, to *”0 were J a* A. Kelly. Overseer; Misa street The session will no doubt be a year for three years can defer the annual way and Sunset oil field* of California
The Ladle* of ti«e M. E. Church an-
to tbeir undoing. Chief among such
Christmas presents with."
Nellie Fawcett, Ltctarer; Dr. J. E. Nel- busy one. Already the day’s program i payments for those three years, enabling victims are rabbits and water fowL
nounce tbeir annual Bazaar Thursday,
“Make It as small as you can tble
A jackrabbit and a cottontail find a
Dec 17, at the I. <> 11 V Hall. Mam time, dear! How much must you have son, Assistant Steward; Mrs. C H. ha* been pretty well provided for. Other
The ment of the land. Storage of water in nice round, smooth bole. There nr*
Htreet, opjswite Katzky'* store.
There to buy preseuta for the children, your Blanchard, Chaplain; E. A. (trow. matters will be likely to rise.
Gatekeeper; Miss B. Elliott, Ceres; grangers will lie asked to take a stand the big reservoir was commenced many such In the oil fields, where oil
will tie a tine display of aprons, fancy mother, the maid and the rest?"
piping la a necessity for tbe transporta
work, dainty things for Christmas,
"Here Is the Hat 1 can't get along Miss Nora Holmes, Pomona; Miss Flora on the question of (winding the county
tion of oil to tbe refineries. The rab
for hardsnrfacing the Columbia high
quilts, rugs, etc.
Just the things you with less than $75"
bits decide to set up housekeeping
are needing. Come and see.
there. Tbe cottontail desires a perma
A. Daniels is arranging music for after the present for me! Figure It agaln- and S. E. Cxivell on Executive Commit siderable time. Then there will be the demned for private irrigation or water nent home, and tbe juckmbbit wants
tee. The session was an interesting but semi-annual election of officers. Noth power purposes, was a decision handed a refuge safe from malevolent man.
noon and evening.
Chicken dinner I don't want anything!"
(A long pause, during which the wife i lengthy one.
ing definite is known of the intentions down by the circuit court at Albany last
Soon they discover their habitat 1*
from 5 to 8 p. tn., 25 cents. Everybody
makes a new computation.i
T. J. Kmeder, Master of Units but it is protiable there will be some week, the court contending that such being moved. No doubt they are
come and have a good time.
“Well, Alfred. It's now $74.25!"-Fne
action would be an infringement of the frightened, but they instinctively stay
¡Grange, with the assistance of his team changes.
j were invited to install the officers Jann-
Evening Star will provide the dinner constitutional rights of owners of within their retreat, One end of the
hole is closed. Even then they do not
When Pencil! Wore Treasure*.
ary 2. A committee of five was appoint which will be in the hands of a com property.
leave. Soon the other end of the hole
It Is not easy nowndHyx to find •
ed to make arrangements for the enter mittoe and will provide for the large
Christmns Is the one day of the year
Is darkened Then It is darkness eter
lend (.encll Ituit In not too old at for
taining of Pomona Grange on Dec. 16. attendance most likely to lie present.
As a portion of Oregon’s display at nal for the furry pair
ty as It were
In rhe early days of when we remember the failures, the
The following program was in charge
the Panama-Pacific Exposition next
Some time later It Is discovered that
lend pencils the prialuce of the Heath-
of Prof 8. F. Ball, the lecturer:
year, ten carloads of products of this a newly laid oil pipe line Is choked.
wnlte mine was deemed so valuable of the mark the human derelicts In
Gresham Grange Entertains
state will be shipped south within a few After great labor the line Is disjointed
that strong gunrds of soldiers were the fierce commercial race we crowd ing by Miss Harriet Smeckler. who very
Gresham Grange entertained visitors
days under the auspices of the Wil and the remains of many rabbits re
engaged for its protection. and a ape-
last Saturday, chiefly from Lent».
Thousands of rabbits have
rial act of parliament was pnssed pe without compunction for 364 days of Roxanna Womeldorf rendered in tine
lamette Valley Exposition Association.
exterminated in the oil fields.
style two violin solos; Prof. Frederick
na Using illicit traffic in li I timba go.
Already UM boxes of apples have been
Tbe death rate among water fowl is
Armv mid other charitable agencies
W. Goodrich gave a short talk on music, exhibition of degree work. There was a forwarded and will lie promptly in
Which then realized from 3 «hillings
even greater Again, as with the rab
give them dole on the three hundred
lot of short speeches delivered,
to 5 shillings an ounce Although the
and its value in th* schools.
stalled in the Oregon building.
Fifty bits. Instinct leads them to certain de
and sixty fifth. Well. It Is good that
mlncrw were «tripped and cnrefully
A mH call by the Secretary was re
thousand booklets will tie printed for struction. Every little lake of oil in
we catch even that much of the Christ
searched when leaving off work, they
to by all present, and brought record for lx*ing unexcelled in the distribution at the exposition, contain tbe vicinity of a gusher Is a trap for
uisnaired to smuggle n good deal of I
out some wry gixxl thoughts and sug quality of their products, and in the ing articles regarding the resources of the unthinking birds At twilight and
produce out of the mlns.—London
dawn these tar colored lakes appear as
gestions regarding tlx* past and future abundance of the supply.
Undertaking Too Much,
session closed, Master H. E. Davis
bodies of water to tbe deluded fowL—
Do not go Into Chrlatmaa so hard
there Is no hope of getting through
.Fitting memorial«1 tribute to the brought a truck load of the visit* rs lau-k
The operations of the Helix division of
The happiness of the wicked
Curb your notions. Better give your memory of Mr*. Martha .1.Johnson were to 1/*nts All report a fine time.
away like h torreut- Rsctn*.
Farmers’ Union resulted in an ac
Saved Hie Cigars.
friend a small centerpiece thia year read by the Chaplain, Mrs E. A. Kelly.
tual saving of an average of $109 to each
“Will yon have a cigar T said the
than Intend to give her a dozen* plate
Now and then you meet a man
They were propared by Mrs. Kellv. Mrs.
of its 100 members during the past boat “These are some my wife gave
and tumbler dollies which may reach
doesn't think he knows all alxitit
Sarah Lance, and Mrs. Mary Walker,
her In 1915. Where there la a large
Advertised letters for week ending season. This saving was accomplished me for a birthday present Help your
ning a newspaper; he’s in the
Hat Chrlatmaa giving ahonld be almple who were among the first women to Dec. 5. 1914:
Baker, Mrs. L. M.; by economy in the purchase of grain self. Let me give you a light"
join the Grange, along with Mrs John
Every man present said be had sworn
paper business •—Exc.
Brand, Mrs. C. E.; Connell, Mrs. Ella; bags, binder twine and other supplies.
The charter was dmpe^ by the
At its Helix warehouses the association
“Why did you tell a lie aboet those
i Mrs Crawford Wake up. dear! I'm assistants while the audience sang.
Miss IVarl; Merrill, Blanch; Perry, handled 271,501 sacks of wheat.
cigars. John?" asked his wife after the
Mails at the Lents postoffice arrive sure there's n burglar downstairs
"River of Time." *
Mrs. C. W.; Woodman, E. R.
gentlemen had gone. “You know 1
and depart daily, except Sunday, ae fol
Crawford—I hope there la. Perhaps
Geo. W. Spring, Postmaster.
Biile are to tie taken l>ee. 15, on the didn't give them to yoo for • birthday
he'll take those useless Christmas pres
('oast lumlier shipments the last half
Portland million dollar |x*t office.
ents your friends sent you.
“You Just k<-ep quiet Mary
Warrenton will spend $150,000 on
6«0 A. M.
box of fifty cigars cost «e »t IM
The O. W. A N. Co., will spend
Tie- Dalle* poat office building is to and I can't afford to give any ef tbaa
5:30 P. M. 9)40,000 on round houses at The Dalles. its principal streets.
3:30 P. M.
Wooden Roads Advocated by I^giy
Stringers, and Fir Beds Proposed
to Displace Asphalt.
families at 05th Ave., ami uth Ht., and
"••»’■ly took a third. The home of F.
OREGON NEWS NOTES
CARRIER PIGEONS IN WARFARE.
COUNTY GRANGE Wilt
ELEC IS OEEICERS MEET NEXT WEDNESDAY