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Lent», Multnomah County, Oregon, Au?. 24, 1916.
LENTS BOY WRITES
LETTER FROM WAR ZONE
Fred L. Peterson, son of F. It Peter
The principal it«m of political interest
son of Isuits lias written the Herald
in the Mt. ticott district was settled this |
Editor a latter telling Ills rx|>ericnce* in
w«ek when John Howe receive«! a for-1 Failure of Wednesday Evening Will Prm
camp life. Contrary to th« frequently
rnal application blank front the postal!
Impetus to Greater Effort. Will Han
Have you ever watched the icicle as it
expressed statement he reports health
Other information wonldl
Speaker On Next Wednesday Eveniec,
formed? Have you noticed how it froze, one
conditions excellent. Fred's company
tend to justify the opinion that John i
drop at a tinje, until it was a foot long, or
has won the prize.
Just when the
Clackamas County lias surely »truck Is In camp at Palm Reach near Kan
The effort to organize a Republican
th« eystem for rood construction. La-nta
Club on Wednesday evening did not re
jieople will soon have an opportunity to
mained clear, and sparkled brightly in the
friends are extending congratulations, sult »ucyowfnllg because there was a
test the roads that ar« ocing laid. Be I minutes walk to the Is-ach and the boys
but, if the water was slightly muddy,
and even the unsuccessful candidates misunderstanding between member« of
ginning with u mile stretch near Oregon
the icicle looked clouded, and its beauty was
are glad to know the contest is over, tlie committee. The agreement wan that
City, the County then laid a atrip near
the meeting should be lield in tbe room
even if they did not win.
Milwaukee, and it now Inui it» outfit at
at 5814 »2d street. The room was ail
work on the road between Clackamas
ready but one member of the committee
lie reports the camp site an ideal one,
and Grays (’rowing or *2d street, and it
County Agent Notes
had to be away. He had the key, bat
ie the intention to build this row! com
right, the hou I will be lovely, and will
he left the room open When the others
plete from th« vicinity of Clackatuaa to an<l a good drill field. The water used
Mr B. M. McKay, Plant Pathologist came they did not kdow the room wa»
th« Multnomah County line.
of the Oregon Agricultural College spent I open until about nine o’clock, when
wrong, ther$ will be deformity and wretched
It is a tin« looking piece of road, too, Bull Run standard living slightly al-
Thursday and Friday with Mr. Hall! most of the crowd had given it up and
if you like bilnlittiic road
It is com
A study of the potato t . gone home. A speaker came out. and it
1’p to this time the meals have been
posed of gravel, sand and bitumen. The
liseases of the country were made. 1 was agreed to have a not tier one next
percentage <>f sand ie « little high but
Self-distrust is the cause of the most
Eleven fields were visited and tbe per- . week. At that time a snre enough
the road is alsiut six to acvetl Inches liottre«, SOxflf) are now being constructed,
coinage of the diseased bill* varied from ' organization will take place.
thick so there w ill la< lots of time pars
■ loyal Republican in the entire Mt. Scott
strength there is strength, and they
before that road go«» to piece». There
Tbe low percentages were found wlwre district is invited to attend this meeting
is fully four inch«» of base laid tirwt, all very few having been rick. The hospital
th< weakest, however strong,
hill selection, reed treatment and crop and enough to fill tbe room ought by all
liitutninously bound and on top of that a
who have no faith in themselves or
rotation have been practiced
Tbe means be present
two inch surface is being laid, it looks
Friends of II. A. Lewis met at tbe
diseases most plentiful are, Rhyzoctonia
even thicker than th«y say it is but it
and Blackleg, while there is some Wilt Public Library on Wednesday evening
probably will average fully six iuches.
prerent in most fields. Tiie estimate is to consider placing Mr. Tx*wis in nomi
ft is 10 f«et wide and fine ami smooth. not been unavailing.
the crop of the county ie reduced nation for the vacancy in tbe State
The only |«>seitdc objcctiotis that can Is*
5 per cent to 10 per cent by these senatorial delegation for this county. It
contemplatedia that aa in all bituminous
was decided to adjourn the meeting to a
pavements. It will be somewhat soft in
hall in Montavilla, at 80th and East
summer and slick in the wet or cold
This direase i* very Stark, on Monday evening. It will be
Even at that it will be no cerniiig their camp experience«
and a careful watch easier for Mr. Lewis’ friends to assemble
worse than Multnomah’s bitulitliic
treatment can lie at that place than down town. Re
which cost fifty to «evenly cents a yard
Has Birthday Party
T Simms says publicans all over eastern Multnomah
t ae federal farm loan ooartl
more. If this pavement can ta< laid for
the foot are interested in promoting Mr. Lewis
fl <MJ, including the grading, base and
antiseptic eolation as he is a farmer and a man indepen
all complete, it will surely make the
foot to proper dent of the interests that are promoting
Wet weather has been hampering
Portland Paving trust squirm. It is a
tissue off the some of the other candidates.
better pavement and so much cheaper.
Another matter that is interesting
per cent aolu-
The outfit consists of a mixer which is
Republicans of the county is the atti
now located at Will's gravel pi twin the
Harvest Is in full blast in the south
tude of some members of th« county
Estacada line, three auto trucks, the s|s*nl a most enjoyable time with game« ern part of Morrow county and grain the annual Willamette river marathon animal in dry. well bedded stall until committee in promoting certain persons
grading machine, two steam roller, and
Is unusually heavy.
Bend has for the second time voted ming feet of all cattle and sheep and for the vacancy. The committee H-ema
road heater, besides Mime hand tools. evening. Those present were: Ruth
Unexpected success ls(being met for bonds as a basis for purchasing avoiding muddy lots so far as is to lie pretty well under the eontrol of a
Alxxlt 20 men arc employed on this
with by the circulators of the peti the terminal desired by Robert E. pomible.”
certain construction’ company that has
work now. Il takes eight or ten at the Emery, Jay Emery, Walt«r Linatrom, tions to divide Crook county.
been playing politics in this county for
mixer, three to drive 0ie trucks, a roller
Printing of 246,000 wrappers for ( alifomia and Eastern railroad. An parts of the country the past week, It a long time. But this year their opera
engineer, and two men with th« grader, Viola Yost, Edward Cummings, Nadene
election pamphlets has been complet iBsue of $35.000 was authorized last is doing the most damage in the district tions are apparent to any one who ob
some spreaders, and a driver for the Hubbard. Doria Rigg, Win. A. Reynolds,
ed by Secretary of State Olcott.
east of the Sandy River where some serves. It is time for the live, well
engine that rolls down the cement, and
fields were found where the blight was disposed Republicans of the county to
With this Arthur Anderson, Willard Barzee,
a number of »premiere,
rapidly. The Early Blight see who is managing their political af
simple outfit the men are laying about Elmer McKay, Amos Cook, Eva Smoke
of 8. M. Davis and H. B. fairs and look tor independent men if
BXiO yards of paving a day at a cost to ami John McKay.
severely the past week, they want to conserve the best interests
the county of not to exceed a thousand
grows faster during of the county, state, and party. By in
held Friday, surpassed all previous
dollars. There are very few places
associated dependent men is meant men who are
where paving has been laid for this
.with sun sun-burn while the Late Blight not directly or indirectly under the di
figure, and only one or two instances in
ASCRIBE BAD WEATHER
The red clover crop all over the thrives liest at a temperature of about rection of certain corporate interests.
A survey of the Willamette river
Oregon. The most of the bitulitliic has
Portland has l»een the political foot ball
TO WAR FRONT GUNS with a view to Its improvement is Willamette valley is in splendid shape 70 or 75 degrees when it is very moist. of
cost fl.75 to $2.36 and even upwards of
such influences long enough. Tbe
only way to overcome these influences is
As the bitulitliic promoter» allege that Steamihlp OFPcara Convinced' Firing
to organize local clubs throughout the
The new road from Seaside to the Creel, of the United States cereal ex-
th« reason for the cost of their paving
Causes Rain and Wind.
WANTED LONG JAIL TERM. county where the people can get to-
is in th« s|»-cial brand of bitumen they
gether and discuss the matters of public
use it w ill be Hi'ii that the Clackamas Cnpt.'ilns and ofli-ers of the Atlantic county, has been completed, and is For> st Grove.
California Man Goes to Prison to Get
interest and not let it all be handled
j<eople have them at a big disadvantage. ffneis trading to New York are firm in
There have been no fires in the escaped serious injury or death when
Joseph Dietz. Oakland. Cal., chauf through political fixers employed by
They are making road» out of ordinary th« ticllcf that the (irmsunl r..ins mid
«pecial interests. The way to purify
1) Grade asphalt, jttat such as comes vielc-.it wlndstoriiM which hnvc b en Siuslaw national forest this sutniper, the machine in which they were rid- feur, according to his own story, pass
ixtlitics is to begin at tlie bottom and
from California »«<! just such as the rm
the higher up corrupt influences
r* Bring of ibp ture during the season.
Warren people use, too, except that they due to tbt* coiitHHi »th
might "get an education.’’ When he out. This can only be done by coopera
claim tlwy put it through a special
drew a sentence of eighteen months tion and good live political locals can
or less severely.
Portland for the citizens' training ta
process and improve its quality. They (he explosion« on the se i.
from Judge Edgar T. Zook he was accomplish this.
The meeting on
never forget to charge for this special
Wednesday evening should lie a hum
the past, winter and the slowness with
Wash.. August 28-September 23.
¡4*4 ’’bi t they generally
forget to er In the channel was the worst t 1
"1 wanted nt least four years.” he mer and it will be if the voters of the
Several certified potato chibs have | which it has melted from the moun told Sheriff J. J. Keating. “A man
put the cement through the proc««», had ever «¡airtcnced nt this tiin
been formed in Oregon, the object i tain passes, the forest service is hav can’t learn much in eighteen months. community show tbe right spirit.
just dumping ordinary D Grade asphalt the year, nnd In Iz'iid m there were
being to grow a better grade of pota-1 ing difficulty in providing sufficient A jolt like that is Just so mm h wasted
into the mixers just as it comes in the five sunny days the whole of July.
toes, according to Labor Commission- ! range for the sheepmen who now have time.”
barrels direct from the oil refineries.
Resolution of Respect
Dietz explained that be had’ been
their bands In the mountains.
Half the secret in the Clackamas j officers of tin- French liner Roe!
Linn county farmers who raised I Vmatilla reservation farmer« who attributed his misdoings to lack of
cheap roads is in the fact that the beau mated that the sun find
Resolutions in the m< mory of Geo. W.
vetch for seed this year are reaping ' need water from the Umatilla river learning.
county ha« its own machinery and can shone for three days out of the th
one In July, which la usually (he SÚII a golden harvest, The yield Is un 1 for irrigation purposes are advised by |
Pugh, of the 35th Wisconsin Regiment,
lay its own stuff, whenever the mtperin
nfost and hottest month of the y ear n
usually large and the price is higher a letter from the United States attor-1 down at San Quentin.” he said, “and and late Quartermaster of Reuben Wil
tendent they now have throws up tbe the French capital.
nev to use as much as is necessary.; made up uiv mind that 1 would like son Post No. 38, Department of Oregon
job, if In should chose to do so, and i captains of Italian liners tnidlni t
J. A. Allen, n homesteader, shot nnd regardless of requests to the contrary , to fit myself for something better than Grand Army of The Republic.
the further fact that the county is not j New York from Genoa state that the
driving a grocery wagon or an auto
Whereas, the great destroyer death,
killed Lewis Putts at the Allen home from thte Pendleton roller mills.
paying for some specially prepared ce weather In tho Medlfcrranonn inste:,
again invaded our ranks and re
ment—that is no fake preparation. It J of being calni and hot H subject to fre on Rock creek, near Bridgeport, and
Eastern capital has - entered the j
at the time to be caught."
moved from our midst, Comrade Geo.
is just using the sum« asphalt without 1 qnent violent windstorms with heavy then surrendered. He is now in the field ill putting Oregon loganberry pecting
Dietz is twenty-eight years old and
auy lictitiou» names connected with it. | downpours of mln similar to those Baker county jail.
juice on the market. Men acting for has a wife and two boys, aged four W. Pugh, one of the most honored
officers of this Tost, and an honored
Crane is to be the eastern terminus
Any county call do the same
“doldrums"—that 1». ten degrees cither of the proposed Oregon. California £• easterners are making five-year con and five.
citizen of this community.
no mystery about laying aaphalt pav-^| side of tho equator.
tracts with growers of the Salem sec-1
Therefore, he it Resolved, that we ae
ing any more. Any one can get an
Reports from northern Europe state Eastern railroad. The Strahoru field tion at 3Ait cents for the first three WILL TATTOOED ON HIS BACK.
a Poet, and as individual members of
analysis of a piece of paving and get the that tho summer weather there Is the party has finished the line of their. years and 4 cents for the last two.
the Grand Army of the Republic, do
proportional uarts of each constituent same ns It Is In England nqd France survey from Bend to that point.
While armed guards stood around Coroner Finds Men’» Bid y Covered mourn the passing of our esteemed com
The con munlty packing house sys them in th. flax fields of Mission bot
and they go alsmt it a compose a and more resembled March in Its bols
With Fantastio Designs.
similar paving if he wants that sort of terous winds nnd rain than June or tem of hnuilllng apple crops continues tom near Salem, two convicts of the
While performing an autopsy ever rade and citizen.
July. Russian mcteorologicnl statistics to grow in the Hood river valley, and ,
Be it further Resolved, that we here
Ballantyne Hood, who died at
show an unusual amount of rain ami no less than a half-dozen such histiiu-: state prison dashed into the brush and Pittsburgh, Deputy Coroner McKinley by extend to his widow and family our
made their escape. This makes eight found the will of Hood tattooed on bis fraternal anil sympathetic love in their
exeesatre cold. In Moscow up to tbe tions will be In operation this fall.
men whd have escaped from flax
middle of July there had been no sign
C. C. Spencer Dies Of Heart Trouble
The apple growers association of gangs since the work started this back. Deeply imprinted in the skin hour of sad affliction.
of summer or of the Imt weather which
thé will read:
usually sets In before June. In tho Hood River secured tho second prize summer.
"All mv earthly possessions I be
E. A. Hamlin
As C. C. Spencer of 8721 Foster road Kcnndlnnvinn countries tbe weather in a group of four at the 22d annual
Promptness in registering is recom queath to my beloved mother.”
8. D. Peterson.
feeling indisposed ling been ns dull, damp and chilly ns It convention of the International Ship
Hood’s eutlre body, with the excep
by Secretary of State Olcott
Wednesday morning when he awoke hi» has been reported in England,
pers’ association at Niagara Falls, N.
tion of his face, hands and feet, was
that voters may get election pam tattooed with pictures of women, dogs,
son-in-law offered to get a hot appliea-1 Routhem Germany has liccn subject
to violent rains, nnd Ijike Con
cation for his chest. V
The university of Oregon’s expert phlets to which they are entitled. Reg horses nnd other designs. It had taken
tion was ready Mr. Spencer was found < "^”2^ nbnormnlly high, ni'ciirding to mont with tho flax industry showed, istrations prior to the May primaries •even years, anfl liood had told friends
Frank Adams, aged 75, of 963s Foster
dead. z\ doctor wax calied but found reports Just received. Austria, Hun according to the report of Labor Com totaled 241.474. Since that time 6594 that he suffered agony during tbe nee
gory nnd the Ilnlkan provinces, as well
his services imnen'««ary. Mr. Spencer as Turkey, have experienced a series of missioner O. P. Hoff, that the net re additional names have been received dlework. He visited every circus that Road, died Tuesday the 22, following an
came to Pittsburgh nnd each time had operation for prostatis. His wife died
has l>«en complaining of heart pains for at onus nil through Juno ni>d July.
turn to the grower amounted to $36.50 by the state department.
a new picture cut into his skm.
last winter. He had lieen ailing quite a
a long time but no one thought him
while. He was a native of England, by
Th» Retort Caustic.
For the first seven months of thi to the state industrial accident com
a mason. He leaves ason, Harvey
The Spencers have lived in lent» for
year residents of Clackamas county
asked imported $10,000 worth of liquor and ust 17 were fatal. They were the
"You and your wife seem to get Adams, and three daughters. The fu
the past year. He lias been employed young puppy who had been
neral will be Iteld at Kenworthy’s Friday
as a barber at the Portland Hotel. He whether he had attended a certain alcohol under the prohibition law, a cases of Asa Kellis, of Silverton, kilted •long nicely."
aeloct dance. "I—aw—only associate
“Fairly well. We had an under at two o’.slock
leaves a wife anil five children ranging with my equal», you know.”
grand total of 4035 shipments being
sey, of The Dalles, killed while In the standing from the atari. I wasn’t to
between thirteen and twenty-four. The
"Really?" responded a witty yonng received.
expect a dollar to buy more than a
John Howe and family, with some
funeral will lie held at Kenworthy’s, lady. “You should alm higher than
During the time of the railroad oom employment of a light and power com dollar’s worth cf goods, and she wasn't friends, are taking an outing on the
probably Saturday morning.
that I”—London Telegraph.
pletlon celebration Thursday, Friday
to tell me about the fine men she might Clackamas.
and Saturday Coos Bay will entertain
County Furnishes Outfit And Pays Fir
Supervision. Roads Cost About Half
of Usual Price lor Such Supervision,
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