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Lents, Multnomah County, Oregon, July 11. 1918
MR. SNIDI R RtiiOVf RING ARIE IA CHURCH TO
DOGS AND CHICKENS
I ROM INJURY Of LIMB
GIVE PAGt ANT PLAY DO NOT HELP CONSERVE
| One day last week while working lu
SPIRITED HORSES TAKE FRIGHT the yard of the Inman Poalsen Lumber
AT AUTO ON FOSTER ROAD AS
O w Hnldsw. of 4418 79th
met with a serious ac
DRIVER, A. C. KANNE, IS COM- cident. Mr. Mulder's duUm
IN(i INTO l.hNTS IMIS MORNING. tifm *tt|| tli*« handling of law timber«
A. C. Kanns, an aged farmer, who-«
home Is on the Oregon City road thia
side of Clackamas station, was seriou'ly
injured when hie horses became (right*
ened by an automobile, upeening th*
wagon and dragging him tor some dis
tance. The accident occurred on Footer
road just east of tr.’ud street about noon
Mr. Kanne was driving into Lenta In
a ono-horee light wagon with a largo
draught horse tied to the rear of she
rig. It was this horse which, becom
ing frightened, pulled away and over
turned the wagon. The driver of the
automobile, Mr. Howitt, agent for Ar
mour A Co., stopped bio machine when
ho observed the horses* fright, bat too
late to prevent the disaster.
Mr, Bohns cams out of bis store
nearby and, with several others who
witnessed the accident, Went to the old
man's assistance. Ho wee carried into
the l.ento Pharmacy, and a physician
summoned who rendered first aid. Mo .
was found to bo Injured internally and .
to have scratches and bruises about bis
face. An ambulance was called and ho
was removed to a Portland hospital.
WATSON AND KENDALL
with a moving crane, lu attempting to
handle a 10 by 12 inch tiudier some
seventy feel long, the hooka were not
placed iu llie middle of the stick when
the hook teixler signaled the donkey
man to drop th* titular, which lie im
mediately did. The end of tlie big stick
struck Mr. Holder's leg last below the
knee, bruising tlie knee badly as It slid
downward until it struck tlie foot.
Mr. Mulder, suffering severely, was
hurried to bi< home in an automobile,
and Dr (i. T Trommald, the company’s
physician, was called. A preliminary
eaaudnation was mails anil later in tlie
evening the limb was placed umder tlie
X-ray, which disclosed three fractured
bones in the arch of the foot. Tlie frac
ture was reduced flu relay marning and
Mr. Snider at present is on the road to
what tlie doctor expect« to tie a perma
nent recoverg, although it will be some
time beiore lie can return to his duties.
The crop ol cherries to good here, Ixith
in quality and quantity.
Scarcely a drop of rain fell in June
and but very little in May.
Haying io a short Job here and with
’ little prospect of a crop of grain.
Henry Bwiensu-iu say» twenty-nine
The patriotic citixens who have flag
staffs and display our National emblem years ago it did not rain from along in
are James G. McVey and Synnsy C. May until in Heptember. Wow!
Haye, both of 71st aveuue southeast,
Ixita of laud seekers roaming over the
uear 86th street; George Ward, Earl hills these days looking up railroad land
Johnson and Mr. Kragb, of 85tb street and a chance to contest somebody who
southeast, C. II Evereon, Al Going and I |la, not fully complied with the law.
Mr Bailor of Kinl street; and Hairy | |H«try Ten wyck of Marmat was called
Hipperson of 67th avenue and Hist to tlie colors this week
When in Ore
street has recently v reeled a flag staff gon City for a physical examination the
with a large flag.
Examining Board said be was a prrect
Mr. Handers, proprietor of the meat speeiineo "of physical manhood. They
market al Gray's Crossing, took a trip raise ■orna
flue specimens of humanity
on the Columbia Highway last Sunday, j0 three bills,
accompanied by bis wife and daughter. \ Old miners from Alaska were here
Mr. and Mrs. Porter, and son Arthur, on tlie bills last week and »aid the ex
as (ar as tbs famous "Punch Bowl," | treme aguauon of tie» needle on their
which was enjoyed very much. The' compass indicated mineral in these
lunch of many appetising viands was hills They found some porphyry which
heartily relished, after ex plot ng the they said carried gold and took it into
interesting nooks and drinking from Portland for analysis.
the pure springs.
Old Hindenburgh say" he is going to
Mrs. Hull and married daughter and »hake another big drum and going into
family, recently from Kansas, are visit Paris. He was going into Paris last
ing another daughter, Mrs. Mackenson, Easter, but failed to connect. They
living on H'Jnd street southeast. They wen- going to storm England and sink
think some of buying property and Mi our shi|w loaded with soldiers and going
lling here in our delightful old Oregon into Verdun. Fools are always boast
ing. "Seest thou a’msn wise in his own
CHURCH SOCIAL I RIDAY EVENING conceit; there is more hope of a fool
There will lie a get-acquainted social I than him." "Though you bray a fool
at the Baptist Chureh Friday evening, | in a mortar with a pestle, yet will hia
lieginning al H o'clock. Ice cream and folly .not depart from him."
cr.ke will Is- served. Good lime with
games and short program. Everyone WISCONSIN ASSOCIATION Will
Bring your friends.
PICNIC Al COLUMBIA PARK
Four American Y. M. C. A. secreta
ries with French and British units joined
tl>« staff of a liaae hospital and worked
twenty hours a day as stretcher ta-arers
and nurses in order to serve the wounded
There will tie a picnic of Wisconsin
people at Columbia Park on Sunday, the
14th. All Wisconsin people are cor
dially invited. Bring your baskets and
have a good time and see the badger.
In a tinte like Ibis, when everyone is
Asyiog lo do bis bit and in every way
trving lo do as our Government beade
rvqdest, it is ratherdiscouraging, tosa?
thè least, lo bave all our efforts prove
futile, or as in ueli so as cari be ma le
possible by the gross carelessoess and
extreme selfishness of others—others
who, from a financial standpoint do not
need to coneerve or have not enough
good red blood in their veins to make
them want to oooaerve. By thia I mean,
for instance, when one has worked bard
early and late to get a garden epot in
WIMBt RLY-LENI WIWXNG
readiness, and having at last, after long
A very pretty home wedding was sol hours of trial (while the above men-
emnised at the residence of Mr. and Mooed neighbors are taking nice long
Mrs. O. E. lamt Saturday evening, morning naps or in tbs evsning ars
July 0th, when their only daughter. killing in their hammocks or riding
Lailo, was united in marriage to Carl E. about in their limousines) have finally
Wimberly, of Roseburg, Rev. Oswald gotten a garden growing nicely and are
W. Taylor, ol Grace Memorial Episcope. looking forward to the time of fruition,
to wake up some morning or to return
Church performing the ceremony.
Only the immediate family of the from work some evening and find that
bride, and tlie liridegroom’s brotlier, G. these same neighbors* chickens have
V. Wimberly, and wile, were present. been at liberty and, chicken like, have
Miss Kuth Ixrnt played Meodelaeohn's taken advantage of that liberty to visit
Wedding March, and during Die cere our garden,' and have laid waste in a
mony. softly McDowell s "To a Wild few momenta what has taken weeks of
Rose." The parlora were beautiful in a time, labor and money to produce. I
bower of ivy, (erne and garlands of Dor would like to aak in all seriousness if
this is justice? Or is there no recourse
othy Perkins roses
Tlie bride was unattended except by in a case of this kind? If there is not,
her little nephew, Claude Lent, who then why are the children at the school
carried trie ring in a large pink roue, U-jgbt so carefully to raise gardens,
and little Marian Klingel, as flower rabbits, etc , to help conserve for the
Government, and at the same time to
Mrs. Wimberly grew up in Lents, and teach them frugality?
These children al school and at home
except when in attendance at Willam
ette University and teaching in Ross as well, are taught to be thrifty, and
burg High School, has always lived have it instilled into their young hearts
and minds to respect the rights of oth
Mr. .Wimberly was city attorney at ers. Young lives are susceptible to im
Roseburg, but is now one of Uncle pressions and are keen to know when
Sant's volunteers, and is in training at things are on the square with them, eo
I think we should be careful that their
Benson Polytechnic school.
rights are protected as well as that they
are taught to respect the rights of oth
ers. else we are apt to help them form
a habit of deceit and chicanery instead
A Salem deader has ordered 1000 Ford of upright principle and true demo
cratic spirit which we so much admire
and profeea to poseess.
The Farmers’ Elevator Company of
Then why not have a law which will
Shaniko has let tlie contract for a 30,-
(when neceeaary) others to pro
000 bushel concrete elevator to coat
tect the rights of those who are trying
to obey the mandates of those in au
Tlie Albina Engine and Machine thority.
Works now has a free circulating library
I can cite another true case of similar
for the benefit of its employees.
inconsistency, a boy 12 years old, a
The North Bend Box Factory is now member of the rabbit club (a boy who
working on two shifts. This city has owns a liberty bond and some thrift
just shipped 2000 piling to the Hawaiian ttampe which be has paid for by hia
town efforts) has by dint of much study
Tlie Willamette valley loganberry in and work gotten a fair ttart of Belgian
dustry is being nationally advertised.
hares. Imagine hia feelings when, a
The Portland grade teachers are help few evenings ago, he heard a commo
ing to save the loganberry crop at tion in the beck yard, and rushing out
found two large white bull dogs playing
Four large silos are being built on ti.e havoc with his beloved rabbits. A tine
doe with seven five-weeks-old young
North Coos river.
ones were strewn around on the ground
Work at the Gresham cannery is un
all dead or dying and9another doe.
der full headway, the canning process
about to be a mother, was being torn
being applied to cherries and a few
to pieces by one of the dogs.
raspberries and loganberries. About 30
The money value can be readily fig
tons of cherries will be put up, and they
ured of these nine rabbits which were
are of excellent quality.
destroyed in a few moments by these
doge, which in iny mind had no busi
The one-reel comedy in which Char ness whatever to he running at large.
lie Chaplin and Harry Lauder appear But the money loss is nothing to be
together wdl be released soon and the compared with the principle involved.
proceeds devoted to charity.
You may think the pens were uot prop
erly made or not fastened securely, or
the dogs < onld not have opened them;
but they were made according to plane
in the rabbit manual, and in addition
had double chicken wire and good
clasps to the doors. One would not
have thought it possible for anything
except human hands to open them, but
those doge tore open three hutches and
destioyed nine rabbits in a few mo
ments, that had taken much thought
and care to produce.
Now the question is. what is the use
of trying to teach our children and
grown-ups thrift and economy if the
"slackers” are not forced to respect
the rights of those who are trying to do
right? Among the first things neces
sary to br.ng about justice, would be to
have chickens and useless dogs kept
from running at large.
Under the direction of Mrs Ella Ho-
lierg Tripp, the Mignon Chorus of thirty-
five voices will present a patriotic musi
cal pageant al the Arista Baptist-church
tlw evening of July 19. The different
nations will be represented in titeir na
tive costumes. National songs will be
ctmg and music associated with historic
events will lie remiered.
Admission is free and tits public is
invited. A silver offering will be taken
from those present.
FROM OVER THE STATE
A letter was received this week by Mrw.
Wm Christianson which informed her PLANS BEING PERFECTED FOR
that her husband is in a French hotpital,
MT. SCOTT AND NEIGHBORING
wounded in both arm«. The letter was
WORKERS TO WELCOME FIELD
written by his nurse and full details
were not given. Mrs. Christianson was
Miaa Nora Dorsey before her marriage
and she liven with her parents at 4812
Preliminary plans are being arranged
82n<l street soutiieast.
for a big Sunday school rally of all the
Sunday school workers in the Mt. Scott
and adjoining districts when Harold
Humbert, the recently elected field
secretary, who will take the place of
Charles Pipps, resigned, returns from
Wallace McDonald, popular Triangle the International Sunday School Con
leading man, has enlisted in the Royal vention at Buffalo. New York, and the
summer school and eon'erence at Lake
It is planned to have present, in addi
Rhea Mitchell, formerly a Portland
girl, is playing with Bert Lytell for tion to Mr. Humbert, Dr. J. Earl Else,
president of the Multnomah County
Sunday School Association. The date
Ladle Stewart, wife of Ralph Ince and place will be given in these columns
and sister of Anita Stewart, to to play next week.
CELEBRITIES IN EILMDOM
the chorus girl in Ethel Barrymore’s
picturization of the stage play, “Oar
FORMER LENFS RESIDENT PASSES
Samuel M. Crandall passed away Sun
day morning, July 7, at the family
Lillian Walker ¡has organized a 150,-
home, 1061 East Seventh street, Sell
000 film producing company in New
wood, after a lingering illness. He was
56 years and 7 months old, a native of
Wisconsin. He to survived by his wife
May Irwin to soon to appear in a
and five children. •
two-reel Univeraal picture. “Thorough
Mr. Crandall brought hie family to
breds.”' It was made in Connecticut.
Oregon from Neillsville, Wie., several
years ago, and they made their home in
Lents for a number of years. About
Anna Little, who has recently co- three years ago they removed Uxa farm
starred in a number of Paramount near Oregon City, but owing to Mr.
pictures, has taken a new home for the Crandall's failing health, gave up farm
summer far up in one of the canyons in ing and located in Sellwood about a year
The funeral services were held Tues
House Peters and Anna Lehr are be- day at 2 p. m. at the Kenworthy par
iug starred in a State Rights feature by lors in Sellwood, Rev. W. Boyd Moore
officiating Interment was in the Mil
Edward Warren Production Co.
Corinne Griffith, working under the
direction of Henry Hoary, to now in
the midst of the production of “Love
Watches." the Billie Barke play which
Vitagrapb will release as a Blue Ribbon
feature of the near future.
Hettie Gray Baker, editor of the Wil
liam Fox productions, was once libra
rian of the Harvard law library.
Bill Hart has completed "Shark Mon
roe" and has embarked on a new film
concerning which there to nos the
slightest information obtainable at this
time, which suggests that it may be a
Theda Bara has made a picture
called "8alome,” in which she imper
sonates the biblical female who danced
for the bead of John the Baptist. They
say it is a more gorgeous and spectacu
lar picture than "Cleopatra.”
6. A, R. AND AUXILIARIES INVITED
TO ATTEND CHAUTAUQUA
The ladiee of the G. A. R. and Relief
Corps and comrade» of the G. A. R. are
invited to attend the Chautauqua on
Monday, the 15th, at Gladstone Park.
Bring your baskete. Tflis is to take
the place of the annual picnic. Come
and stay all day. Take the Oregon City
ON ESTACADA LINE
Engineer William A. Murray, of 1752
East Fourteenth street, Portland, and
Conductor H. G. Kinder, on the Port
land Railway Light A Power Company’s
Estacada line, were killed in an accident
at noon today, when a train with two
Mary Pickford is "godmother" to electric engines went through the Rives
several regiments of soldier boys, all Mill bridge to the bottom of the Clacka
stationed at various California camps.
mas nver. The accident occurred when
the train of two locomotives and three
loaded freight cars attempted to cross
W. C. T. U. NOTES
the bridge, which had not been used for
The Lenta Union met last Tuesday over three years.
afternoon at 2 o’clock at the home of
Mrs. E. M. Scheuerman, 6017 89th street
“Ws stand behind our boys In
No outside speakers were France and we will not call It a sacri
present, but an interesting discussion fice but a privilege to do our bit to
was held on the patriotic work being ward feeding them Over There.”—
done by the State and National Unions. Emma V. Milliken.
Special attention was called to tlie W.
Conserve, reserve and preserve all
C. T. U. Patriotic Home, which is situ
ated near the cantonment at Camp of these fine fruits and vegetables
that are now within your reach; you
Lewis, Washington. Those who will re
will need them the coming winter.
ceive care in this home are soldiers'
young wives who are soon hi become
By eating more perishables here at
mothers, and who have to depend upon borne we may save others from per
the scant allowance from the husbands’ ishing "Over There.”
salaries, supplemented by the Govern
The farm as well as the front needs
ment allotment of $15 For a nominal
sum per month the Home will afford men who see straight and shoot
them room, board and sympathetic straight
Christian care and surroundings.
War Is OUR BUSINESS; we can’t
win by carrying it as a side line.
NEW CAR OWNERS IN DISTRICT
L. F. Hamerlynd, 4355 East 82nd
street southeast. Boutiterland Chevrolet.
A. W. Schlatter, 7135 57th avenue
R. W. Moore, 7520 54th avenue eouth
J. T, Stone, 4910 64th street southeast,
C. E. Young. 4811 71 nd street south,
Dr. Charles F. Jones, 4828 34th ave
Evangeliat Marshall to Preach Sunday,
at Baptist Church
Rev. H. E. Marshall, Baptist State
Evangelist, who will sail for Francejn
August to begin army work. ill preach
at the Lents Baptist Church next Sun
day morning. Mr. Marshall is one of
the strong and attractive preachers of
the Baptist denomination. Come and
hear this man. who like others is leav
ing home for the front line.
Roy 8. Hall. 4435
Young People’s meeting at 7 o'clock.
Get in on a good thing; be part of this 41st avenue, June 25, a daughter.
To Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Thorpe, 8228
Subject of evening sermon "How 5lst avenue, July 4. a daughter.
Much Owest Thou, My Lord?" Prayer
Twenty-tilth Chautauqua at Gladstone
meeting Thursday evening.
Ì Park is said to be the biggest ami best
Tom Meighan will support Margue of all. The program is patriotic in
I spirit and is drawing crowds.
rite Clrak in her next picture.