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Lents, Multnomah County, Oregon, Aug. 10, 1916.
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live Point ( lub Meeh
Hdrold Allen and Laveria Botina Wed
Mrs. litio Katzky entertained tlie
re-veral Ic-nts people were snrprise-l
Five Point Club ol Mt. Moott Chapter
Saturday when announcement oí the
IllOO K H., on Thursday afternoon.
marriage of Mr. Harold Allen and Mies
Then- were alsiut thirty-five la-lie» in
Eva Laverta Botina was made, The
Another Moral Pervert Caught Using atteiulama-,
was performed st tile home of Dale Rader, Six Year Old Boy,
Stolen Car. Admits His Attrac Sopldi* D. Katsky, ami Janet tiesell of
grandfatlier, Rev. Boweraox,
Climbs on Top ol Car and Meets
Mt Beoti Chapter; Mrs. Ida Foster,
tion lor Studebakers and Bad
"At the aire of twenty-seven, Napoleon
1170 Omaha street, about 11 o'clock
Death. Defective Winns May
Matron this year, ami Della York, Past-
executed the zrand campaign in Italy which
Matron of White Clover Chapter of
Cause Serious Charge.
Both tlie young ¡ample are well known
atam¡>ed him the foremost captain of any
Taisima, Wash A delightful limi- was
around Lents where they have lived
While looking lor diversion last
enjoyed by all.
age, drove back the Austrians to their capital,
Dale Rader, the six year ol-l son ot
practically all their lives, They both ,
day evening M- inlu-ll Fox of l.-l
assisted in serving by .Mrs. la-o Katzky
treated with the haughtiest monarch in
I John Ra>ler of 4810 Sixty-sixth street
70th street locuusl tlx- studelmker
an-l Missses Katzky and Sweet. The
Europe as an equal, and exacted from the
here continuously since. Their numer vrax kille.1 by l-eing el-r-trocilte-l at the
mobile Isrloiiging to Dr A. Tils
: next iiiis-ting will lie hel-l August 1st at
acouaintancee all wish them a proe- Hazelwild switch on TMeaday, shortly
terror-stricken House of Hapsburg, peace on
« tin- home id Mm. I’ A Kennedy
Ml Marshall street. As Fos
- after noon. He ami his nine year old
and happy wedded experience.
trnctiou ol Hludi-luikers he <|t
j brother Ja<-k were playing around the
himself in It and taking a
forth those "Institutes” which have no pro
' cars which were switched at the wood
Comrades to Pit nk
loss of the machine was
foundly affected the theological thought of
I yaril at Ilazelwiid. In climbing to tlie
Kenworthy Gets New Hearse
headquarter» an-l was «-«ill
' top of the car he slipped and threw his
the world ever since. At twenty-seven, Sum
all the patrolmen.
1 hand out to catch himself ami came in
Tlw- next afternoon ymmg Fox eamv
Tin- A D. Kenworthy Company, i contact with the trolly wire wh’ch was
church will cherish forever, not merely as the
through Lents and ua-l Fred Kelli-y,
directors, have added a new strung very low at this point. His
Lin I'etcrson and another hoy, and I«?-
designation of a remarkable person, but as
their equipment. It is finiriied j i-ami closed the circuit with the wins
ing acquainted with them through hav
the delicious aroma of a style of sympathetic
in gray enamel and is mounted on a an-l tlie brake rod and lie was burned
ing seen them at high school, he invited
and subduing eloquence, unique and inimit
Winton chassis, making it one of the -adly, his fingers an-l toes being burned
them to have a ride in Ills aitot's car.
tnori attractive funeral conveyances in to a crisp. A fter he got the first shuck
lie tis.k tie- Isiys l<>r a ride through tin-
In addition to this several he fell with his neck arrows the wire and
ever men are destined to be forces, and not
east end of th«1 county and returned to
bwn added lust will make , bore the current through hut body from
Lenta about 7 o'clock.
• merely res|»ectable figuie-heads, are general
the back of V‘» head. Tlie connection
up to the corner al 02-1 and FuMs-r,
ly thrust into the arena) and put upon their
was not so g-s-d here an-l lie was not
iwtrolttian Drapeau <tep|*'l out and
Aqrkultural News Noles
badly burned about tlie body.
recognised the number of the car as tlie
When Jack saw hie brother’» plight
one ligt by the doctor the day la-fore.
ran from Hazelwild to Sixty-seventh
Mr. VV. A, Lloyd, ol tlie U. S. De-
He suggestesl as much to young Fox
street, where his father was, ami told
who Mid the car la-longed to his aunt, parttnent of Agriculture, visiusl County
him of his brother's trouble. Harry
The funeral of Hale Rader, aged 6,
presumably Mrs Dr. Tilw-r. anti that it Agent, S. B. Hall, tin- past week, on an
local electrician was attracted by
eon of Mr. and Mrs. John Rader of
had Isten stolen tlie -lay before but had iii»|»x tioo tour of tlie Extension Wark
tbe boy s report and tbe fathers effort
4810-(tilth street will be held at Ken-
been hHind and that he had reported throughout the northwest.
to get to his son, ami joined in the race
wortbtC« a» aeon as the mother returns
lite return of the tar to the police. very much ph-ased with tlie character of
to save tlie boy, but he was apparently
Drapeau was doubtful we be Just -ailed
-lead before they reached him. Mr.
up the department and learned that ns<t of the stale.
Kader released the trolley and caught
some one had reported tlie car returned
Mrs. Amanda Clark
his son to hie breast, and fairly leaped
but Dutt tbe .Ita-tor had later denied the
Mrs. Amanda Clark, aged 71, died at from tlie top of the car.
On the morning of July 20. W. T. 8.
A friend had
Boston. July 30. l'.tia.
report, wo Mr. Foz was inviUsI to drive • promising at tiu- present time
her residence in I-enta, Wednesday. Sb« phoned for a down town pulmotor and
down to police headquarters, where I*
-leu atmosphere mcsit remarkable, The Church, and J. M. Nelson, pastor of the bad Iwen a I .ent« resident th« past five it was at first thought that an effort
was put through a careful examination i Die yield will be above tlie average
rains have damaged hay and I-enta Baptist Church, met by appoint years and has lived in Oregon tbe past would tie made on the spot to resu.-s-itate
Tlie fungus diseases are allowing up
anti finally confessed to the taking of
crops. Yet on tlie whole ment at the corner of Foster Road and thirty years. She was a native of him but several persons advised taking
the car and also the taking of a car be among tlie [silalis-s now. A numtier ot tliere seems a wholw-aome air of pros- Eighty-second street to enjoy some of Pennieylvania. The funeral will be him down town. He was taken to the
longing t<-Grover Clark on two occa-
tbe wonders of tbe Columbia River held Friday at two o'clock at Ken hospital but the time was too long and
' perity abounding everywhere.
sions some tuns ago and breaking it anti it ia hard to rind a field without some
Highway an-l Mount H-iod. Tlie first worthy's and she will be buried at all effort to renew respiration failed. It
leaving an k'- -It-llar repair bill tor the l-sease The only way to eut <k>wn the i tions the topic uppermost is Sharks. part of the way was taken by automobile Multnomah.
is probable that he would Lave been
owner. He admitted lite taking of
Besides her husband, Mrs. Clark is blind if he had been revived as the full
Inasmuch as tlie entire coast is -lotted I to Crown Point over the Base lane
He war put in
several other machinr»
over with charming suturner n-sorta, 'toed. The party al this time consisted survived by three sone and two daugh flare of the electric current was close to
jail anti arraigned on Tuesday. Hla plant» while they can be i-leotiried where bathing is -me of the great at of the Mirers Della and Ollie Payne and ters. They are: w. G. Clark, W. M. his eyes, and his feet and hands would
bail was placeil at |-«>i and he ia still Thisw which are »bowing up most now tractions is it to I* wondered at that tbe I Genevieve Spriggs, one of the Payne Clark and J. W. Clark of thfs city; Mee. hast been permanent cri ppled.
Black-la-g, Khyzoctonia. and tlis
waiting for sonic one to raise the bail. are
The bojni'liiulliefTeft for Little Faile,
unusual presence of tropical monsters i sisters being at the ’ wheel. Count is E. C. Breeder, of Loe Angeles. •D(l
Ills parent» say they think they will let wilt di»ra»««i are ju«t lieginning to show invading tla-re shore recreation and kept of all the tnacliines -siming to tills Mrs. A. J. Cohen, of Bntterville.
Mont., only a few days ago and has
him slay tliere a while. He will have to
barely had time to reach her -ieetina-
Tlie potato variety trial plots are pleasure ground» cause much consterna place in a -lay. They were told that tlie
face tire grand jury a little later ami it
tion. The «hark neema now to be a fre nuuilier ranges from 'Jtkito ASOOin a -lay.
tion. The boys were left with the
would I* a r«sl tiling to let him wait
father, who works for the Portland rail
quent visitor and much »tiecnlatioa is At this point tlie Highway is over 7(«i CIVILIAN SAILORS WILL
for it in jail a» tie-re ia come reason to an-l «ome valuable information will lie rife as to what these unusual visitors feet aliove sea level. Below , rising out
liclieva the present laxity of some of the
Do they indicate change of of tlie river to a height of 3S0 feet, is
Railway employees came out Tuesday
plants and yield per acre.
courts would Is* in his lavor
and raise-1 the wires.
climate with accompanying addition» to Rooster Rock. From tlie road they had
This young men pams-d through the
the animal life hereabouts? or what’’ ’ seen tlie attractive Chanticleer Inn. Practice Cruise Will Not Include Shov
ordeal of ah investigation without so leader, spent a few hour» in this tlelii Whale« are lieing svn at White Horse doubtless so-named from itaproximity to
eling Coal and Rough Work.
Mrs. Hazen Asks Divorce
tnucli as a blush.
Besides ls-ing a thief
1». S. Frat* Irxtor for the G re«) mtn Beach, an-l alligators are said to la Rooster Rock. The two preachers hail
an investigation of hie pockets by the
A « moví at ion.
l»ihis* revealed that lie was also a moral Cow-testing Association,
Mrs. Daisy Lydia Haren, wife of M.
New England wood».
I tent colony occupied by men working ; are enrolling for the civilian naval
He went prepared to protect tinislMsi his second month's work, and
(mining cruise this summer are tnvari IS. Hazen, well known around Lenta,
hiniiM-lf in care -4 any risk he should re;H>rts tlie Association is growing. sway in New York, but not many casi« laiard sign on hie tent with this legend. tbly tueu of brains and above the ordi | has sued for divorce, the case filed on
anticipate hi Ills various immoral a<- Several new mi-mls-r» have been added an- report«! so far in an-l about Boston ‘'Shanty-Clear-In.”
From Crown - nary average of intelligence, it has | Tuesday. Mrs. Hazen goes to some
l-een thought useies« to Inflict on them
tivito-s. an-l braggi-d ol Iwing able to get the last round witli an increased interest
While the world has, and ia still, Point on for the remainder of that day : the menial duties ef a sailor which length to tell her reasons which she al-
on tin- pari of the live dairymen.
along without danger in some instances
- leges are due to cruel trearment anil
Several inqniro- have come in in re
i any untrained man can perform,
lie is a ilangcrous lx-y for docent boys
«pi-are, Boston has liad attention called by f-s-t in this way opportunity was i "It would tie silly.” said Fraukllu D ; abuse of one sort and another, besides
to aseociau-with and no dimbt the lastter
arc thut we tm.y Is- able to get some t-> tlie one handreth anniversary of tlie given to see things that those who go by | Roosevelt, assistant secretary of the i non support. She claims tier husband
class of Isiys will keep i Ivar of him now
la-tier prior« than -ve got in the spring. birlli of a Bostonian whose imperona- ls«t, railroad or automobile do not get | navy, “to take up tlie four weeks those told improper stories before the child
that his '.rue character has lieen di»-
This matter will lie taken up in due tions of two of hi«characters have never to see. or fail to see to the best ailvant- I tneu are on shipboard In teaeh’.ng theta ren, which now number four, at the
lieen equaled by any American actress. [ age. The Highway is a marvel of i ii-iw to shovel coal, for Instance. We home fireside; that lie best her and
linn- for fall application.
In tla- meantime Ilia )wtreiit» are Hilf-
While Sarali Siddona wo the
I engims-ring skill. The road wriggles its j - x;-ect tbe men who go on this cruise threw the food in her face, and burned
S. It Hall,
will nearly all be capable of some day
feriug the kt-eiK st kind of humiliation.
! way -low n from Crown Point like an < iielng petty or commissioned officers, her with hot coffee, and struck her with
County Agricultural Agent
No doubt the trouble with the l»iy has
Katherine and Izuly Macbeth in fier i immense snake. Artistic bridges span ; and it would lie a waste of time to set the hoe and otlier articles, She say« he
Isa-n that Io- has luul a little tisi much
ilav, so Charlotte Cushman,, the Boston ' tlie chasms and rivulets made by the ■ J them to washing dishes or doing stall was viciously cruel with the children
money an-l has las-n relieved of the
J when he was out of humor, that he
I iu-tress, was the liest exjsment of these i falls at such places as Latourell Falls. Inr labor.”
iieia-ssily of helping to earn his way, for
Cromwell and Quinine,
Generally speaking. It Is intended to I s-«*nt his earnings improjierly, associat-
characters in America. She was born ■ Shenpar-ls Del). Wah-Kee-Na Falls,
We owe to sir elements Markham of notable colonial anci-stry. thormiglily Multnomah Falls and elsewhere along organize, mess, berth, etc., these volun . ed with improper persons and was in
hoys who are industrious are usually too
busy to think up so many virion« ton- the Introduction of quinine yielding Bostonians.
The Cushman Sehool, I the road. In places the Highway is teer men after tlie methods employed temperate.
trees to British India and the rouse;
with the midshipmen on practice cruises
Hazen has ¡»»ssession of the oldest boy
is situated on tlie site , kept from sliding into the e river by a
qm-nt <heii|>eulng of the drug from a
and get them Into tbe habits of ship and she sue« for possession of the child
guinea to a halfpenny an ounce In Cal-
life a« far as seems n«« «-.«sar;-; also to
cutta. but the medicinal p roper tics of House," and was buried from old King's above arc kept from slipping down onto drill and Instruct them at tlie lighter ren and thirty dollars a month alimony.
g ins of the ship batteries as well us in The Hazens came from St. Helens and
cinchona Imrk had long I h ' pii known.
A volume coitiii be ornamentation and -afety the outside ot signaling, boating of all kinds, fire con ; Mrs. Hazen was at one time one of
They were discovered by the Jesuits, i years of age.
I after whom It was called Jesuits' bark. | written of her great successes.
the road has a row of pointed rocks ot trol and tor|iedo defense stations, quar Columbia county’s most attractive
Concerning that, Sir Clements used to
A trip to Revere Ih-acli recently gave good size at the top of the wall. At termaster's duties and marine electrical young women. Life indeed has been a
engineering. Including radio work.
struggle with her. and if half what she
The attendance al the last meeting <>( relate an odd coincidence. Oliver J us a glimpse of a real live "moving otlier places where the road winds
It Is also lutended to have frequent I says is true she will get her divorce.
Cromwell died of tertian ague, and picture show." How can I -lescribe it? around a white fem-e runs along the
Evening star Grange on August fi
emergency drills, such as fire quarters,
quinine might have saved hint In tbo
Between general quarters, and to have sufficient
good iv wan alo« tlie program, consider very newspaper tn which his death was Well see if you can imagine ikkkl people, river side of the Highway.
ing that it
a -lay iu August.
announced, the Mercurios rolttlcna, men. women and children in bathing. Oneonta Gorge and Horsetail Falls a field artillery and naval drills on shore
H. t. Lewis Lor Senator
Prof. Yost, Portland’s oldest musician, there wns an advertisement of Jesuits' ” Moving pictureWell 1 guess ves, tunnel is cut through the rock. A really t-> give them a rudimentary knowledge
Friends of H. E. Lewis of Rnsselville
rendered a piano «election and then bark for sale. But the name of Jesuit anil all sorts of variety to keep it lively. remarkable tunnel is the Bow lby Tunnel of the handling of arms.
The bits of gossip just now include at Mitchell Point. Five or six arches
An effort will be made to have naval have lieen urging him to make the race
kindly responded to an encore, lie was abhorrent to the Puritans, anil
was presented with a large bouquet. hence Cromwell'a medical advisers tlie coming campaign -if Billy Sunday. cut laterally into thia tunnel gives a per officers of long experience deliver talks for state Senator to till the place vacated
son an unexcelled view of the Columbia to the volunteers on subjects bearing by Senator McBride. Mr, Lewis would
Mrs King renderei) a soprano solo and would have uothlng to do with lt- Boston is getting ready for him.
I must not forget to tell you of a sur , River at a# many points. This last upon the navy's work during the per make an exceptionally acceptable can
Two humorous lamdon Chronicle
whs twice encored,
iod between Aug. 29 and Sept. 5.
didate. for besides being well prepared
prise that came to me the other day. A ! tunnel is only about five miles from
readings were given by Mire Elliott.
The whole idea of the cruise Is not
Johnny Rooha's Tower.
for the place he is a man held in the
Mr. I.. M. Iz-pper of the East Side
Standing on the banka of the river
Bnsim-ss Men's Chib, »|ioke on the sub Aw berg. tietween Mallow and Fermoy, meet on Washington street, but six on the Highway but has -lone little thus but to make It as Interesting to them highest esteem by all who know him,
ject of, ** larger Payroll in Portland." County Cork, Ireland, is a remarkable Corvallis friends. Prof. Homer and far towards the hard-surfacing of the as possible. To that end the navy de and he has the advantage of being a
He outlined the new plan which is be edifice known as “Johnny Hoche's wife ami -laughters, and a very dear |>art of tlie road that lies within ita partment has decided to cut down the farmer, which ought to appeal to voters
number allowed on the different ships in Columbia and Clackamas, and as a
ing hacked by this club to assist ami I Tower.” The whole tower wns built friend and old time neighbor. Prof. Ida territory.
Telling.the story of th« ir tien-grina- so that there will be no overcrowding mattar of fanners, to a majority of
help new factories, hnsiness, etc., to get by the labor of one man, who subse Callahan an-l Mrs. Bowerman. To
or discomfort in the way of hammock voters in this county.
started, and to working, thus giving quently resided tn It. This Individual, gether we visited once more the old tionr Mr. Nelson says:
room or delay In serving food. While county hasn't a farmer in all its dslega-
-Inily work to many men who an- now I who received no education whatever, historic points of interest, including a I ‘ Within ten miles of travel one may
the regular crew of the ships will be
idle; also using much of the now va- ant ! also erected n mill, constructing the delightful -lay at Concord an-l Iz-xing- see eleven waterfalls that remain only 40 ;ier cent of sailors, the com- tion.
waler wheel after a special design of ton. We walked out on ‘T wharf,” 1 throughout the year, an-l yet others
property alsutl town.
bls own. Ixing la-fore the introduction an-l tried to realise the intensity of that run for a time, (tn this first -lay inls««ry deiairtmenL Including tbe
cooks, messmen. etc., will be 100 per
of the bicycle he went aliout the coun
I feeling of those old forefathers who we wen- not long in reaching Ijitoun-ll cent civilians. This will Insure |»ood
Seven thousand yar-ls of gravel will try In a wheeled vehicle of hit own
letters ¡for week ending
■ threw the tea overborn! in their indig- Falls after leaving Crown Point. In a Cooking and quick serrlce.
la- placed on tin- notoriotM I’aaa Creek construction propelled by foot ¡lower
August 5, 1918:/'annell. Will; Hervey.
canyon road by Douglas county, cover His last feat was to build hla tomb In
drop -town 325 feet an-l pare away into men could be taken os tbe nine ships, Ruby; Johnson, Mrs. Bernhard; John
the middle of the river bed. John I sentation.
ing nearly seven mile«.
Roche died, but was not Interred In the
I wonder how many of
< our readers the Columbia at not a great distance be but that would make an average of son, Fred; Jones, Mary (Mire); I.utx,
Gre»liam sets the pai-e of Fortland's strange liurytng place which be select - know that "Mother Goose -" was a real yond. Sheppard’» Del) is a romatic nearly 300 men fo a ship, which would 0. M.; Landritb, Luther; McIntyre.
rwult te severe crowding. The <te
progressive snburtis by paving ita «tn-eta. ed fer himself, hie lees original seta-
-haractsr. that her name was really spot. Here too ia a tieautifiil waterfall. partmsnt baa now decMsd to limit tbs Mrs. E. R.; Hitereon, Mrs. K.; Scott,
An other towns follow ita lead nothing tlvee dis-nilag sue* a mode of sopnl
Mrs. Floasie; Tallman .lone«; Taylor,
entlss number taban te 2.WX), and e«r- e. L.; «73MB 8t.. K. K.
will remain for the county to do eii-ept time uncbrtatlaa.—I-ends« Strand Meg- Mary tiotwe and that she is buried in the
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taialy not ever 1.000.
, con tinned on sags 9)
to pave the gnpn la-tween Wan«
YOUNG MEN WINNtRS
If NIS WOMAN
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