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LENTS, MULTNOMAH CO., OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1915.
N0R1HWESI ALIO MftI
JULY 24 AND 25
JOHN II. DORMAN
SUCCUMBS TO DISIASI
On next Saturday ami Hunday, July
John H. Dorman of Firiand was
J4lh slid Z5tli, the Northwest Automo
calle*! to his last rest shortly after mid- I Dr. Nelson and John Hall Produce
bile Association will stage its third Inter-
night Tuesday. He bail been feeling
the Sensation of the Last Week.
City Auto Race Meet at the Rose City
indinposed during tlie evening, took sud
Hall Invites a Fight and Nelson
Speedway. Coming, aa it doe«, directly
denly worse late at night ami diol soon
after tlie T mosm Sjieedway Meet of
alter. He had been about hi« business
July 4Ui ami 5th, when almoal every
during Ute day liefore ami was not con-
sidered dangerous. Most ol his ac-
People w I kj will attend th« picnic al i racing machine in the Pacific North
People around L-ntx were very much
quaintam-e« were aware of a serious
(ineham, Saturday, and that inclmies west waa prepare«! for the Inter-City
Saturday over a real tight,
lingering disease that has threatened
pretty near every farmer in Uie east end Century, or Hundred-mile event, it
seconds, at the bank
him for some time and which his
end <>( Uie county, and a good many
i-orner on 92d street and the car line, in
oUier |-eop4**, will tnar in mind that the
would overcome him within six months. which Dr. Nelson at the invitation of
program begin* at 10.30 In th« morning. have ever liefore visited this city for a
Mr. Dorman was well known through John Hall proved himself amply able
There will lie inhale by a Ing chorus, in
On Saturday pretty Dolly Young, a
out Mt. Heott, w lie re he has lived for to protect his person and name. About
strumental music by Pleaaanl Hom«
i several yeais. He was in the real estate the first thing anyone knew about it
sixteen piece l>an<l. »peaking by Mayor : young Portland girl, will ri<k- with
business at Firiand for a long time, well Hall was on his hands an-l knees and
Htapleton of Gnaham, by C. E. Hj>en<*. Frank Elliott in the mile-againat-liine
I known and equally as well liked. He D<x- was artride him and at tin* same
Master of the Htate Grange. and Gover
! was prominent as a Mason and a mem- time trying to pound a little understand
nor Wtthycombe will probably I* there exhibition mile with Jim P&fte-u», the
j tier of the Modem Woodmen, of which ing into Hall’s brass bound cranium.
with a good »nappy abort talk. TI h -
> lodge he has lieen secretary for the past Doc got off with a bruised cheek; Hall
committee on amnarmenta ha» been j Ia>uia T. Harin of Portland will fly
with a badly jammed face and mouth.
busy and they will keep tiling« hum*
Doc was a first round winner ami Hall
niing during llie afternoon. Not the
not likely to offer anoUier clialienge.
of his wife, Amanda Dorman, and two
leaat Important will be the dinner.
people generally are well pleased
About SlXM) people will join in one of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Davies Entertain
' of two months. He also has a brother with the results. Doe :s the hero of
the biggest feed» ever put on in tliia
the hour and there is little sympathy for
Mr. and Mr». -41. M. Davies of MOV
and sister in the east.
country. Ol course if you are going
Mr. Dorman carried some insurance the fellow with the black eye.
you hail Is-Uer lake a cake or two, aome «MM.li street entertained last Thursday
Promptly following the scrap' the
in the Worn linen
The funeral will
■andwiches, deviled >*ggs, spring chick- evening in houor of their neices, Misses
probably be held some time Friday combatanta were invited to visit the
en, dill pickles and graft« juice. There Zoe, Florence, Hazel, and Alleen Bethea,
from Lerch's and will be in charge of city clerk where Doc had a warrant is
will I»« coffee and ice cream, peanuta and Mias Alice Davies, sister of Mr.
Masonic order, Friend« are invited sued against Hail for assault. The case
ami popcorn, candy ami other confec
was called for nine o’clock Mon.lay
tion« for aalc on the ground». Waler la Ewing, Nebraska, and are on their way
but Hall decided he neo led
Ire«. Admission la free. The contests
protection and secured Attorney George
many neighbor* and fri Aula.
are free. The fun la free and you will year wiUi her brother and family. Muaic
Hall for hie assistance, and asked for a
be free to go and come when you 1 and card« occupied Uie evening after
continuance until Wednesday afternoon
which ice cream ami cake were served.
MINERAL MATTER AND
at three. Nelson has retained C. M.
Those preeent were Mr. ami Mr» H. M.
Davie«, Zoe, Florence Hasel, ami
THE SQUARE MEAL Idleman and the prospects are fair for a
lively procedure in court.
Alleen Betliea; Alice Davies, Myrtle
Dr. Ildball Weds
The whole affair eeems to have grown
<'ampbell, Bernice Paisley, Jessie Hug
Announcements are out for the mar-
Mrs. Augusta E. Richter of Gilbert} While in attendance at a Farmers’
out of some remarks Dr. Nelson had
gin». Claire and Ixiis Burch, Mr. n<-ge of Dr. Tidball of Gray« Crossing. road and 97th street was taken by tor-
Fawkes, Mr. Herman, Claude and Ver- TI h * wedding occurred on Wednesday of prisr Tuesday evening when about sixty Institute the writer was greatly im- made in reference to Hall's connection
p.-eeaed with the intense interest shown with the estate of a widow woman who
On Monday evening, July 13, mor« ■ non Bethea. Arthur Htrellman, Mr. last week, and the lady in the case ia neighbors and friends came in to help
Campbrl), and Mr. Onslow. All report Mi»» Florence Dickson of Oakland, Cal. celebrate iier sixty-rixtli birthday. in the discussion of the balanced ration recently died in Lenta. Hall was ap
than 30 members ol the Millard avenue a rn<»<t delightful time.
The ceremony took plaoe at tlie home of Musi<-, social intercourse, refreshments, for the domestic animal. Never had pointed administrator of the estate, and
Presbyterian Church Hunday Hchool
Mrs. John Hillman, on «2d street. Rev. and games by the younger people made she witnessed at any public meeting, so at the urgent representations of the
met at the home of Mr. and Mre. Wm.
Willis otlieiating. They will be tlie evening pass all too quickly. About great anxiety for the balancing of ra brothers of the deceased woman, before
at home at 59Û5, H2d street after the first 11:30 the surprise guests departed for tion of the human animal. One phase the probate court, Hail resigned his ap
Ixipe at 7W2D-C4 Ave. 8. E. lor the
Of Uie many waya in which the ig of August. Mt. Scott friends and ac their homes after wishing Mrs. Richter
pointment as executor of her estate. In
of the discuseion in which there was
regular monthly Worker« Conference ol
nition may give trouble, only one, Uie quaintances of the groom will extend many happy returns of the day. She particular interest, was that bearing on ch lente connected with the affair, and
the school. Mice Neta Traxler and
received many pretty and useful gifts, supply of mineral matter. In the plan Hall’s relations with it outraged Nel
improper timing of the spark, will be them congratulations.
Miae Mildred Mcintoeb, the delegate«
which were numerous heanti- ning of the family dietary it is no lees son’s sense of propriety and he has
When an engine
spoken freely concerning the matter.
»ent by the King'« daughter« Claas of
, ful bouquets.
essential that attention be given to the
leaves U m * factory, U m * ignitor trip i«
To Dress a Razor Strop
Among those preeent were: Mr. and food sources of the many mineral con Hall was evidently much disappointed
the school, to attend the older girla con a<ljustoI so that igniUon takes pla<e
To put a razor’» edge in condition to Mrs. Dunean, Mr. and Mrs. Imnd and stituents, if the welfare of the human with the turn affaire had taken. He
ference at Halem, made Intereating and just a little liefore tlie eml of the com-
easily and smoothly remove all dirt family, Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon and animal is to be safe guarded. If the had things outlined for a soft snap and
enthuaiaatic reporta Irom the coo* premion stroke. This little may vary
family, Mrs. Mysing, Mr. and Mrs. An- family dietary is to take into account to be relieved of it made him sore
from ten to forty degree«, or even more, ami coarse grit from both the sharpen
Mr. and Mrs. Feck, J. Manz the welfare of the child, then is it es through and through. He had made
Plana are being completed by the according to U m * rated speed of tlie ing and tl«* finishing aides of U h * strop
Mrs. I. Kohn and children, pecially important that the supply of several remarks to acquaintances un
aeveral teachera ol the echool (or engine. Tlie igniUon should occur just ami Uu*n dress as follows: On Uie
Mr. and Mrs. Bnrton, Mr. mineral matter ue not left to chance. complimentary to Doc, of which tin* lat
• pending a day of outing at the )>arka early enough to give U h * gase» time to
shaliening surface «pread a light coat and Mrs Suffrage and family, Mrs. Sid Recent dietary studies indicate that ter hail been informed. Saturday morn
with their reapective claaace. The an burn ami ihu» be ready to expand with
ing about ten. Hall was standing at the
nual picnic of the echool waa held some full force when the piston starts l>ack of superfine flour of emery and on the well an>l daughter Jessie, Mm. Harper. there should be a generous supply of corner near the bank when Dm- came
foods in which these several elements,
on U h * power stroke. If ignition takes finishing surface apply some rouge j
along. As Doc passed, Hall mumbled
iron, phosphorous and caiciunf do
The King*» I laughter a were author plate later, U h - gases do not have time (ferric oxide). The commercial grades baugh.
out a string of unspeakable epithets
ode rich in iron are egg yolk,
ised to extend to Mr«. Manatield, an in to properly burn liefore the momentum of tlnue materials as purchased at the
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which Doc turned to stop.
lean meat, , spinach,
fruits and cereal _____ . „
ternational worker of the national order of the fly wheel moves the piston out
. ... ,
■ turned Hall struck nim in the face.
drug stores are not suflicienUy fine and I Preserving eggs in water glass has be grains. Generous
use of milk, legumes, _.
of King'« Daughters, who i« touring ami the force ol expansion is largely
Then the proceedings became lively and
the Northweat, to visit Portland. The lost. Uttle power can tie obtained from uniform to be need without preparation come a genera) practice, and is meeting celery, cabbage and cereals will insure
Any coarse grit ruins tin* edge of tiie with perfect success wherever tried, an adequate supply of calcium salts to Hall was amply remunerated for the bail
Millard Avenue Claa« waa the tirat ao- the engine under such conditions.
while the uniform, fine grit pro provided it is properly carried on. Re- the body. Phosphorous contained in gas be had exploded.
ciety of the kind organised in the etate
Too early a spark will cause the gases
member that if you put in a poor egg, ■ the egg is considered to be more com-1 Dr. Nelson now threatens to see the
to expand before the engine read»*» duces the tiny, keen cutting teeth.
you are goiDg to take out a poor one.
pletely utilized than that derived from thing clear through and to force Hall
Following the traneaction of the uaual dead center causing the gases to actual
Eggs to be put in water glass should any other other source.
It should be to account for his actions toward the
routine, business reporta of committee« ly work against the motion of Uie fly a quantity of the emery flour or the
be fresh, sound and clean. They should understood too, that the food» named as woman mentioned, and for a sum of
were received and discussed.
Prelimi wheel». Thia is detected by pounding
U h * fimwt particles.
Shake it well be gathered daily and preserved the the generous source of supply of one money lie got from her shortly liefore
nary step» were taken lor the obeevance in- Uie cylinder.
alm I her death, which was to have lieen ap
of the fall rally day.
The exact |io»ition must be found for around over the paper and then tip the same day on which thev are laid, In- i mineral constituent named, doee
plied on expenses incidental to her ill
The conference accepted the invita each make of engine. For an engine
ness. This money Nelson says, cannot,
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tion ol Mr. and Mra. C. K. Butte re of rated at 400 R P. M. the spark should fine dust will then lie seen clinging to success.
or has not been accounted for. People
tttw 73d St., H. E. to meet at their occur about fifteen degrees to twenty
Foods which are hard to digest, such who have been acquainted with Hall's
I ubb ; Take
, . ..
of water Kiasa,
home Auguet 3.
degrees la-fore the dead center.
When may then lie transferred with tlie finger i losr«:
M pie or cabbage. When placed in the relation to the woman say he has been
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Those preeent were: Mr. and Mra. an engine has l»*en used for some time
* lunch of the echool child help him to on extremely good terms with her for
at k about
«.1 (Ml per
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Roy Stearne, Mr. and Mra. F. H. the ignitor trip inay have worn or workol into the leather. Tlie occasional at
get low grades. Why“ Because diges- many months and that he seemed to
quarts of water that has been • ;.
., ., ,
Pownder, Mr. and Mre. C. K. Butter«, slipped froni its original position. Re application of “3 in 1” oil to the finish . with . ten j,.
, tiou of these foods draws the blood have her completely in his power; that
Anu tcipn coolt*<j. ^tir tn roiitfii” *
Mr. and Mr«. Wm. Izipe, Mr. and Mr«. adjusting this by sliding the ignitor ing side of the strop will prevent glazing ,
*rom the brain for several honrs.
I he took advantage of this condition to
Ellton Shaw, Mr. and Mr«. O. H. Gil trip clamp a very short distance will ami assist in the production of a keen ly and place in a crockery vessel, never
borrow money of her from time to time,
bert, Mr. and Mra. M. E. William«, often canse the engine to develop 25 to
and that he finally dictated the will she
Story Hour at Library
in a cool, well-ventilated cellar, and
Mrs. J. F. Mcl-oney, Mre. L. 0. Jordan, 50 percent more power.—E. R. Gross.
made, which was extremely liberal in its
add eggs as you gather them from day
The story hour will be given at the
Mrs. II. D. Murray, Rev. W. 11. Amoa,
Plano Recital at Damascus
to day, always keeping the solution one Library in place of the park next Tues terms. It provided that Hall should be
Neil M. Robertson, the Misses Elsie
executor of the will without bond, and
The following students of Miss Hazel inch above the eggs, and keeping the day at 3 p. m.
Strang, Essie Strang, (trace Spaulding,
that he should have authority to dispose
Ella Spaulding, Claire Burch, Lois
What Is meant by our neighbor we ing piano recital at the home of her
of the property without order from any
prevent too much evaporation.
Burch, Mildred McIntosh, Neta Trax cannot doubt It Is every one with
court, for the use of the children, as he
ler, Bernice Paisley, Ruth Murray, whowt we are brought into contact
might see fit. Immediately following
keep perfectly for one year.
Beulah Miller, and Jennette Pound.
whosoever It tie. whom we have any
acceptance of the will, Hall secured
The water glass solution will not in
In serving refreshments Mr. and Mrs. menu« of helping.—I»enn Stanley.
her signature to a check for $75, ten of
Ixipe were assisted by Miss Beulah
which he left for the use of the «family.
Frank, Erica Johnson, Emma Gross, handle the eggs in the solution, Do ! Fay Klineman.................. .......
Miller ami Miss Elsie Strang.
Nelson says the remainder of the money
Zeal without sense usually goes Georgia Willard, Estelle Johnson, not use the solution more than one
................ 39700 has not been accounted for, altho a
plumb to waste. A dog digging for an Ethel Young, Evelyn Willard, Verna year.
' Hilda McTaggart .......... ................. IS000
month has passe-1.
Imaginary cat In n Hower bed ha« Hunter, Esther Anderson, and Mrs.
it is hard to tell a water glass «gg 1 Erma Fish ....................... .................. 75»M
On the last day of school prize« were ' plenty of zeal.—Pittsburgh Post
A more complete analysis of the whole
from a fresh egg, if the former is
distilbuted nt Peter's school. When the
story might lie made except for con
properly kept. But by considering the
Uttle boy returned home the mother
Never mind ridicule, never mind de
sideration of the de-•ease-1
wan entertaining callers.
District Deputy President Installs price now and in winter, yon can afford Cora Valentine ............ ................. 5500 say, the Herald has known more or less
feat, there Is victory yet for Justice.—
“Well, Peter." naked one of the call Emerson.
Ixtst Friday night Mrs Simons, Dis- to eat three water glass egg» next Opal Woodworth............ ............. 5000 about the matter for a year but hoped
ers, “did you get a prize?"
Deputy President of the Eureka winter where yon could eat only one Lilah Clark .....................
it would be adjusted without publicity.
"No," replied Peter, "but I got hor
i. Artist (showing latest picture)—My lb lH'ka.h Lodge I'S. itiMtnlled theoflio i- fresh one, ami «till have some money Luzelle Kea-,..y............... ................ 4.500 Althp the woman was bnried a month
rible meutlon."—New York Times.
Mariorv Kelloinr.............. ................. 5000
object wns to try to express all the of the Ixxlgv, assisted by the following
ago the affair did not reach a climax
horrors of war. Friend—I have never Past Grands: Anna Peterson, Essie water glass eggs, but by puncturing the
! Eva Burdick..................... ..................7000
"Bahr sneered the blustery man. men anything more horrible. — Boston MeGullom, Nellie Dilley, Mamie ('ox
At the trial on Wednesday Hall was
“Bluff Is the thing. A man can bluff Transcript
and Maud K. Darnall. Anna McNeil air to escape, aud allowing the water Stella Wilson
.. ... Notai fined $15 and costs.
Nelson says there
his wny through life."
I woa in»tall<*d as N. (». ; ('ora Benz. to come to a boil gradually, von will not Sarah Bnel........................ ................ «500 is more to follow
experience much trouble.
"But,” said the conservative, “If you
Blx—You used to walk in your sleep. V. (4. : Mrs. Hall, ('omlnetor; Mrs.
couldn't swim mid fell In you couldn't
¡Gartner, Warden; Anna Peterson, R. 8.
bluff the river for a second.”—Living
letters for week ending
Nettie Dahlberg ..........
warfare to bed with me now.—Boston
Mrs. Mana, R. S. V. (I. ; Mra. Blaufus,
Mails at the I^nts poetoflice arrive Silvia Anderson
5000 July 17, 1315: Blue, John; Erickson,
L. 8. V. (». ; Mrs. Sandberg, UhapUin; and depart daily, except Sunday, as fol Lois Burch ........................ .................. 4500 Rachel; Gary, Mr«. Will; Hoekins,
And No Wonder.
Nellie Dilley, I G. ; Mrs. Gartner, O.G. lows:
Gladys Dunkle ................. ...........
4.500 Mr«. L.; Lippai, James; Lents, M. C.;
"What made that stout woman so
“Pa. what is an ideal F
The installation was very creditable to
Sibyl Baker....................... .................. 4500 Main, John N. (2); McConigley,
"It's what your mother thought she j the lodge.
Many visiting Rebekah» 6:00 A. M.
7:30 A.M. Eva Hill ............................
"Just as ahe was getting on the sub
45ÍSI Cecilia; Monroe, Alex (2); Perkins,
way train the gateman said ‘Both married when «be got me.”—Detroit I were present.
Refreshments were 12:50 P. M.
12:30P. M, Lillian St Clair
.......... ................ 5000 Mies Mary.
gates, lady.* "—Philadelphia Ledger.
<4eo. W. Spring, Poet master.
3:30 P. M.
5 :30 P. M. Cleone Tucker................... ................ 400O
Protram Begins Early, Continues All I
Day-Music, Speaking, Sports,
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