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Lents, Multnomah County, Oregon, July 20, 1916.
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PLEASANT VAILEY I“"»«™««
GRANGE ON BOOM
Eighty-Seven Candidates Submit
Oller lor Membership, Contest
Ends With Big Banquet and D«-
How did It happen? And who is re
sponsible* are questions being <lle-
cnassd in Rus communily just now. We
will make no attempt to expound lite
qiieotiona, however we will suggest Hint
tile pay etiological moment ha«l arrived
and leaders capable of grsaptng the sHe-
attou ssl«ed the opportunity, got busy
and llie result ol their efforts io a record
of which Pleasant Valley Grange Ko.
348 may Justly leei prood
Al the last regular
grange h«4d OH the fourth
June, It wm decided dial a
tor msm berth Ip be open«!. The plan
adopted wm in form of a costest.
«•plain* were appointed, lliey in torn
choosing »ide* Irom the niemlierabip.
E L Audersou and T. P. Campbell
were the leaders choarn. Tlie etrti««
membership was line-1 up slternaicly on
•itbersMe »nd Immediately iba tttaate
atraggla wm on and it has been the sb-
. a. _
_____ a a
Depositore — Now
York, With 1,199,471, Second—Total
ef 14,281,059 In Intico Country—Oth
er Statistica Show Proopc-oua Con
dition of Nation.
An old teacher was once takintr a walk
through a forest with a scholar by his side.
The old man suddenly stopped and pointed to
four plants close at hand. The first was just
beginning to peep above the ground, the
second had rooted itself pretty well into the
earth, the third «-as a small shrub, while the
fourth and last was a full-sized tree, The
tutor said to his young companion:
“Pull up the first.”
The boy easily pulled it up with his
“Now puli up the second.”
The youth obeyed, but not so easily.
“And now the third.”
The boy had to put forth all his strength
and use both arms before he succeeded in up
“And now,” said the master, “try your
hand upon the fourth ”
Bet to! the trua* of the tali tree, grasped
in the arms of the youth, hardly shook its
“This, my son* is just what happens
with our bad habits and passions, When
m cast them out readily,
they are young
but only di iviaa posrer can uproot them when
they are old.”
the tout try, the number having in-
creased 8<I per cent since 1910.
l*ewM>lranta lands all the »talM tn
2M1MS m against 783,788 la Ml<k
New York shews the next largest »sa
lag evw afisembtod in ibis neighbor
Tlie oommodkxM srn««» hall
Adolph Alexander Weinman, designer
of ti>e new United States fifty and ten
cent pieces, and Herman A. MacNeil,
designer o<" the new twenty-five cent
piece, have given the following descrip
tions of their deeigns and the artistic
thought back of the drawings.
Mr. Weinman said:
"While I was given an entirely free
band in the designing of the coin's, the
subject of the designs w«s determined
by th* law govsnrtug the coinage of
the United State« which I»« ekt» forth
just what ia to appear upon the ob
verse and reverse <>f each coin. The
matinee of repre»eutatLon 1». uf course,
left to the artist, subject to the sp
provsl of the director of the mint aud
the secretary of the treasury. Tbu»
the obVerse of the half dollar bears eo
itnpreeetoti etoMnasatle of Liberty, with
en tswcrlptftn of the word ' liberty
and th«year of the coinage. Ttoe same
applies to-the obvease of the dime.
“Upon the reverse there la the. figure
•e representation of an eegla. with this
taacrlptloti, 'United State« of America
”Tb« character of the subject fee the
”1» »ye Beaten-See4ke*taJlf «toiler I
MEET" JULY 29TH
Speeches and Sports
Tl« annual Farmer’s Outing and Field
Day will be held on the fair grounds at
Gresham on Saturday, the 29th. Plans
have been in process of development for
some time and the next two weeks will
see them fully worked out. The various
committes are each carrying out certain
parts of the arrangements. The com
mittee on music, composed of three per-
*ma from each grange in the eonnty tot
ite eeleettonr together Saturday at Lente
grange hall to practice the chorus wtneb
will be eung by a hundred votcea, and
the other songs. They will meet again
next Sunday afternoon at Gresham.
The committee on speaker» announce*
that it hM asen ranee that State Master
C. B. Kegley ot Washington will try to
be present and appear on the program.
C. E. Speaea,
Mhater ia also an expected speaker.
Pres. W-. J. Karr of the Oregon Agricul
tural College hM indicated that h» will
•Xo take » part in tba prngsm.
Governor Withycombeand the Governor
of Washington have been invited to be
preeeat and apeak.
knee* rapraaeeteA Ukert> te a. full
I—Sth tamale fignee anraleped in the
Mde of the Man and atrip», proersas-
Ite piente diaaBr-Wili be an import-
ln< la fall strld» toward the glorious a» feMoreia. the dap's events am iti to
dawn of a »w dky; entry tug Baametea
expaeted tbM everydaauly wiM carry •
af lanrvl and ef oet* sysskeMe«* ef
well tillad basket aad big dinner parties
will be the proper arrangement.
asadMwd and (m»ly appreciated by
Plaaq solos wore
nmd^ hff.MiM.HMel Stradtoy. M mi
farmer in the state will be welcome,
ptotitariakly frMh najoiaing eouatiea.
Tba picáis wiB. bm held M the- lair
grounds and ample room will ba found
for all that come.
” A program-of sports to being- anaapsd
BsMrica Ung, Mi» Margaret ««rating
and. Mi» nwmea Ricoey. Violin solo» »
am plagml by Mr. WeaUall of Port-
land and Mrs. Frank Eberhard.
' Moka were given by
* Richey, Mice Lucile Lang and Mr. mg-
Tusarn sad WIY
appreclfited by- «»
th« audience. A quartette from Port*
land, M l Tuaant, Mr. Westfall. MH.
Rmrtb and Mice Lucile L am *>1
J. D. Chitwood ofDamam
Liberty Is a Full Length Female Gown
ed In Fold* of Stare and Stripe* ®n
the Half Dollar—Wear* • Winged
Biggest Event in Years’ Fanner's
Cap on the Dime — Quarter Showe
History, Saturday, the 29th at
Her Uncovering Shield.
THE fOUR PLAÑIS
ftl WWy BfWkf MDCIt WDO IBUUIUBURJ rMBffiw»*
day iiMiMI Jntr
THREE NEW COINS
Comptroller Williams ha* given out
a stateiuant showing that there are
| 14,288,07. J uatioual bank depositors In
This is a good time to re
new your subscription to
If a hors» «xtald
talk ba would bate
many things to. *»J -,w^*n
« Tba» Qragaei 1
far Ilia nrsaeinm and-the Graaham Dsiv»
fihmmer miktee-with tba i
iaffiAmmis tioa has-ooaaanted towteff» a
ample of horse rgem.
It aiil.be a
genuine “huasdiager" of a day aad
Ha would tall bis driver that ba feels their nsw prohib
tba heat on a vary, warm day quite m days* every <»
much a« if he oould read a thentnoaaatar. tew. . OnjiaRai
«pe, who hag. been a member of the
grangp tor thirty-two years delivered an
addreaa.on tbs granffs aftd whsfiJit^^
Ho weald say- '‘Give ma a Httie aftaaahunaiatJA
water many times a day, when tba beat of paid circuial
ia inteBM, but sot much at a time if I TffF” Tir>srsrr~ r
F. A. I^ehmap sated aa
toast tnsater and In hie uanal affabte
manner announced the reaaH of the too-
toat aad iatroduoad- e ay tains Aadasaoa-
and Campbell to tba aniltesea.
am warm; if you waat naS to keep wed thadry-patittaa-
don't water me too soon after I have paasateataMmlfi
every farm ia Mnltnomah and Cincha-
i ought to have m representative.
brillili 1MM» WB Heals
HawuldMr ‘Wlmn.tbe.gua is hq*. menu of paid cii
•ad I s® workiMtot gg^.biastbe ope« (oMtoVSMWM»
ip A whlto.to tbUbp^s <soaga boqsp
Captaia Cnnpball having aaeurad th«
trmu ifyoutvbqpa to. leave me oa tba, backward.
largest numbag af- Applications tor.
membership wag, declared tba winner.. «■
Tba total number of appitaatto» saj >Ji
rand fr tete’ sidto ted eighty revaa.. ml ,
Initiates « thia otao «M btiag Waaa-
tek Vtotaj, Qraaffis Jte Itf to«», tte £
teuMraak. of «ream id Uw state i^
J?,, * tern
meat, as flled, iwlto foe tba maanfacture;
4s 4 -wff «d* *
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•sis and. distribution of beer«Via eacbi
quantity-or under such regulations aai ^ ,
whsa ataadiag,stin ia
saalotf, and of may. be prescribed. by- law,” which: gXg
the boon to him of «tM» ia lb. teblta paaM that tb« Legislate», sad. »»4 ths wan
to keep out th* insecti that bite and people-will base full power to regulate BffiSl
lba Steffi aad tba waUs/db»» aad
bafag dsSofMsd ifUh h wealth ef
evergreen, fer» and Sowort.
IS “CHARLES EVARS" HQ. 1.
Bridgeport (Conn.) Baby Wee Bara
Dey Juetloo Wa* Nwxliwlef.
With returns frota teeny other rftlee
otUI mtoalng, It was eetlmated at the
asarck, sf M.-000 foot. Tbs wodriA
greatest steamer; Iks Tlrptta. SUoA>
tens, end three other vs age Is of 22.000
At Bremen there are buildtag nine
vessel«, four of thorn with a carry lug
Hugbee campaign beadquarters that
capacity of 18,000 tons, being tbs
Bridgeport. Conn., doser rod lbs honor
world'» greatest freight steamefs; at
of baring the Brat baby named for the Flensburg two steamers of ,3.000 tone
»ch, three larger passenger freight
The youngster la Charles Evans steamers, and at (leestemunde two
Williame. He waa born the day Mr. freight steamers of 17.000 tons each
Hugbee waa nominated. A letter from for traffic through tbs Panama canal.
the father wae received by Mr. Hughes
The Hamburger South America line
imparting the joyful Information. The la building the Cap Potonto. a sister
candidate replied, saying he hoped ship to the auxiliary cnileer Cap Trafal
Charles Evans Williams would some gar.
day I k - a presidential candidata him
The North German IJoyd 1« building
two fast steamers, the Columbus and
Hindenburg, of 80,000 tone each; the
Ta Oat Horae Out of a Hola.
Muucben and Zeppelin, of 18,000 tons
Unueual methods were employed at each; twelve vessels of 12.000 tons
Vandalia, Mo., In effecting the raacua each. Twenty-four ships of from 9,000
of a valuable mare that fell Into a well to 13,000 tons are being built for other
twenty-two feet deep. The owner, as tinea.
sisted by neighbors, l>egan throwing
hay in the well, the mare climbing on
TO PRAY FOR PEACE
the hay aa faat as she could and at URGED
last reaching the top safely.
Neutrale of the World Asked to Unite
In Prayer on Aug. 1.
conference for continu
ous mediation has decided to request
Advertised letters for week ending all neutral nations In the world to bold
July 15, 1918: American Can, or Can peace demonstrations on Aug. 1. the
ning Co; Warn, Chas.", Blake, James anniversary of tbu beginning of the
Mrs.; Cirry, Wm. Q. (Registrar); war.
The conference suggests public meet
Eaton, Frank A.; Jonea, G. W.;
Lortze, Charles; Rhraeve, Cora. Htitael, Ings, street parades, pageants and
church services, but particularly urges
J. N.; Tarapick, Mrs. Ano.
a five minute pause throughout the neu
Geo W. Spring, Postmaster.
tral world. Thia would mean a com
plcto cessation of all activities at 11
The Portland woolen mills has bought o’cl x-k In the morning of Aug. 1.
ix non «drat Iona are now being ar- I
and is moving the Ellen«.itirg wo.>’en
d In Scandinavia.
st i n|(
‘ Hy woul$ plead (of as cool aid com
fortable a stable as poiwbM in which to
rest at night after a day** work under
the hot sun.
He would eaggmt that living through
a warm night in a narrow stall neither
properly cleaned nor bedded is suffering
for him and poor economy for the own
He would say that turning the hoee on
him is altogether too risky a thing to do
unleee you are looking for a sick horse.
Spraying the legs and feet when he is
not too warm on a hot day he would
He would say:
“Please sponge out
my eyre and noee and dock when I
come in tired and dusty at night, and
also sponge me with clean, cool water
under the collar and saddle of the
Freien Food In Siberia.
The marketa of Irkutsk, In Siberia,
are an Interesting sight, for the prod
ucts offered for sale are In moot cases
Fish are piled up In
etacka like so much cordwood, and
meat likewise. All kinds of fowl are
similarly frosen and piled up. Some
animals brought Into the market
whole are propped up on their legs
and have the appearance of being
actually alive, and as one goes through
the markets one seems to be surround
ed by living pigs, sheep, oxen and
fowls standing up. But, stranger yet.
even the llquhta are frozen solid and
sold In blocks. Milk Is frozen Into a
block In thia way and with a string
or a stick frozen into and projecting
from It. This? It la said, is for the
convenience of the purchaser, who la
thus enabled to carry his milk by the
string or stick handle.
the liquor traffic.
Another wrong lip- 8tes
preesion is to the effect that both
measures might carry and be ia opera
tion at one and the same time. The
Attorney General states that the odo
which secures the largest vote will auto
matically annul the other. The new
dry amendment is an amendment to the
amendment now ia operation, and not a
substitute and includes by reiteration
the manufacture and sale aa already pro
vided for, as well as adding the importa
tion clause. The liquor traffic must be
expelled entirely it we are to avoid fur
ther attacks ot this nature, and common
sense demands that a prohibition state
should be ran by dry officials, in So
preme Court, Legislature and other
HIS HONEYMOON HALTED.
Returns to New York From Far North
west to Answer Call to Arms.
"Major, I'm ready to report for
duty," sakl a tan ued and al moot breath
leea youth who dashed Into the armory
in New York. “I bad some time get
ting here, but I’m on the job.”
The young man was Felix Mandell, a
private. Ho married three weeks pre
viously and went to the (Mnadlan
northwest to spend Ids honeymoon. He
learned from a guide that trouble with
Mexico waa expected, and be sent a
messenger to the nearest point of civ
ilisation to ask hie mother about it by
Mrs. Mandell replied Informing him
of the mobilisation order. It coat her
$3o to get her dispatch to him by run-
uera. The young chap immediately
upon receipt of the news started for
civilization and traveled day and night
until he reached New York. He aped
from the railroad station to the ar'
H Yu K mw flat
. . «•
; motherhood conservee the
branch to signify tl
Heavy eating 'like heavy drinking
“From the pointof viewof numfemat-
The registration of sickness is even
tea. as wen as carry logout thlsUdae. I
placed the figure, stepping foewar^ to more important than the registration of
what might be called the gateway of deaths?
the country. Artistically you will un
derstand that It la a very difficult thing
anyway, even without the prescribed
limitations, to express In so small a
thing as a coin anything more than the
mere kernel of an Idea.”
Herman Atkins MacNeil, sculptor,
wae born In Chelsea. Mass., in 1808-
He was graduated from the Massachu
setts State Normal school in 1888. Ho
was a pupil of Chapin at Julien acad
emy and spent twelve years at the
Ecole des Beaux Arts In Paris.
PLAN SING SING REGIMENT.
The U. 8. Public Health Service co
operates with state and local authorities
to improve rural sanitation?
Many a severe cold ends in tuber
Sedentary habits shorten life?
Neglected adenoids and defective teeth
in childhood menace adult health?
A low infant mortality rate indicates
high community intelligence?
OREGON NEWS NOIES
Prisoner* Ask Governor Whitman For !
Chance to 8arve Country.
Permission to form a convicts' regl- I '
ment to tight in Mexico has been re
quested of Governor Whitman by mem
bers of the Mutual Welfare league at
Sing Sing both by telegram and
through the official organ of the league.
The leading article of the Bulletin,
published by the league. Is entitled
“The Call to Arms—A Regiment For
Prisoners. Why not?”
Warden Kirchwey said that undoubt
edly 200 or 300 men in the prison would
like to go to the front but expressed
himself as very skeptical of the gover
nor's acceptance of the proposal. “ It ta
easy to guess what the governor will
answer to that.” be remarked.
Some towns take more interest in Sun-
day base trail than in a cheese factory.
Willamina is to have a new M. E.
Grants Pass will have a sugar beet
silo to feed 150 bead of cattle.
Black Eagle Mines near Stayton have
developed 1200 per ton ore.
Estacada will hard surface its main
Railroad men say strike sentiment is
dead. An industrial plant can stop
work at the end of eight hours, hut
trains bearing livestock, fruit merchan
dise find other products of ranch,
orchard and farm must be kept moving
to final destination.
To stop them at
Hi* Exoellent Defense.
Arrested on n charge of attempting • the end of eight hours would spell min
suicide, Brooklyn man said be was only to the railroad and public alike,
trying to shave with a safety razor.