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ORESHAM, MULTNOMAH CO., OREOON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1911
WHITEHEAD MEETS WITH
EVENING STAR GRANGE
THE MOLLS FRONT AND BACK YARDS
Don’t Overlook the Fact That What the Conditions are in
They Destroy Cutworms and
ment is Needed
About 200 Grangers Listen to an Interesting Talk by the Pop
IMPORTANT PENSION BILL
PASSES THE HOUSE
Went Through by Vote of 212 to 62—$45,000,000 Added to
the Expenditures on Account of Pensions.
If you had your choice, which would
It is a wonder that some society or
you take: a mole or a centipede? cult baa not before this taken up the
flow’s that? A mole? Sure. Are work of reforming tbe back yards of the
Mortimer WI,liehead, past lecturer the members to beware of politicians those little moles more detrimental to world; they need it trad enough. Re
The following article on pensions of tribute to the old soldier«. The few
of the national grange, also past master , who wish to enter the order, and to farmers than centipedes, cutworms, form, like charity should tie started at old soldiers ami tbe recent marked in wbo announced they were going to
of the New Jersey alate grange, was watch carefully, and thoroughly study grubs, lieetles, ami other iaaecta and home—and the back yard is a very good crease allowed by a bill pass ng tbe oppose the measure were equally
all matters |>erlaining to the tax <|Ues>
house, will be r ad with interest by the anxious for an opportunity to explain,
present with Even ng Htar grange at it« Ilion, espe ¡ally single tax, which we do worms that live in the soil? You place to begin.
Do you know, many people never get people of this vicinity—especially tbe why they were doing so.
should consider this question before
last meeting January 7. During the j not want.
Opposition was expressed by so sat
setting tra|M or putting out poison that around to look at their back yards; veterans of tbe rebellion:
Go<»l re|»>rta were read by lecturer, will kill the moles.
morning «esaion he talk*I alsuit, ami
Washington, January 10.—By the members on the ground that the term»
j they sre so busy keeping the front
fully explained, the secret work of the overseer, steward and secretary telling
The popular ladief that the principal 1 yards in order that they have no time passage of the general pension bill by of the bill were too general. It pro
grange. After a line dinner, an audi of the work of tbe grange during the food of >be mole consists of potatoes left, and then, wbo caret about the 1 tbe bouse, $46,090,000 was added to tbe vides (or the pensioning of all Union
ence of over 200 people listened to an past year.
expenditure« on account of pensions. soldiers, regardless of disability, th»
and the root of farm plants has been back yard anyway?
In the afternoon the installation of proved to be erroneous by the experi
able discourse on the principles of the
only requirement being that they sha ll
No one cares, apparently, about back Tbe vote was 212 to 62.
officer« took place, Mrs. E. A. Nibliu ment stall ui of the Kanaaa Htate Agri i yards, but everybody oogbt to care.
order by Brother Whitehead.
Speaker Cannon personally took the | have attained the age of 62 years. Th e
He joiner! the grange in its earlier acting »« installing officer with Mies cultural College In fact, the opposite The average goo>i woman over tbe floor ami vigorously urged the passage general scale of pensions fixed in the
days so is thoroughly conversant with Addie < 'alvln a« assistant. It was done has been proved to lie true, for out of i country spends more time with tbe of tbe measure, which grants pensions new bill according to age is as follows :
Ilin every way He told of what it has in a Iwaiitiful and solemn manner, the 100 moles that were examined the e back yard than with tbe front yard for ranging from $15 to $36 to veterans
Those 62 years old, $15 a month ; *i£>
accomplished, what it is now doing, or Mrs. Nlhiin doing all the work from were only 43 whose stomachs contained an outlook ; famihee as a rule live more who are »12 years old or more and wt»n years, $20 a month; 70 years, $35 a
trying to <lo, also how It is growing memory. Holoe were rendered by Miss any trace of plant filler or rootlgta, and iu the back than tbe front of th» house, served 90 days in the civil war or 60 month; 75 reais, $36 a month.
everywhere to lie a great order,
llrgina Hiatt of Woodlawn.
It was declared by advocates of the
in these only small amounts were and ths house and surroundings should days in tbe Mexican war.
The debate Iwtwren Wutallawn and
Worthy Master Johnson read a very
Comparatively few membcis were not bill that 100 veterans were dying every
be planned accordingly.
able report dealing with grange matters Evening Htar will take place at Wood
Have you ever gone through some | anxious tor an opportunity to pay 24 hours.
in all its phase«, and especially telling lawn, January 14. 8 p. in
town by rail and from tbe elevated i
tracks looked down into the back yards? like. Wbat can be expected in the
Faugh! What a sight, what a com way of moral elevation of the stage
mentary on civilization and on the when the c .nditions are so degrading?
trait in human nature which leads us 1 Why should not an actor look upon life
to extend all our energie-on keeping , as superficial and alse when be con-
up a “front." 1 Tu'b^i and“va'rds •Uu“y
Sandy Rebekah lodge, No. 193, met
and stores, etc , where they face the
The first case la do re the new justice i The Women of Woodcraft held their
Thursday evening and installed the
streets show a scrupulous devotion to
of Handy was held in Junker's hall, regular installation exercise« Tuesday
officers: Amy L. Morand,
appeareiice and respectability—but |
Monday, January 9. Henry Bieden- night and several |M*rsoiis were initlated
Donahue, vice N. G.;
stain, plaintiff vs. Joe Lunday, de Ths following are the new officers:
Notice to Creditors
Singular it is that people will spend
secretary; Paul R.
fendant; civil action to recover persuaal Guardian Neighbor, Mrs. M. Clanaban ;
Notice is hereby giveu that tbe un
alni'Ml any amount of money on their
property, which consisted ol a span of ¡advisor, Mrs. J. J Jack; magician,
Meinig. treasurer; Wm. Morand, R. &
house, furnishings, etc., but • hen it
horse« traded to Lunday lor one horse. Mrs. Emma Kent; past guard an neigh,
comes to the back yard they will fill it 1 trator of the estate of Lydia I. Callwell, of N. G. Percy T. Shelley, L. 8. of N. G. j.
Plaintiff for cause ol action alleges that bor, Mrs. C. Powell; attendant, Mrs.
with the most disgraceful coutruptions— , deceased, by the county court of the Cleui Bartsch, R. 8. of V N. G.; E. F
on l><-cemlM*i il, 1910, he found that a A. tlewlnrter; inner anil outer senti
wonder work iu the kitefaeu is so de- state of Oregon, for Moltnouiab county, Donahue, L. 8. of V. N. G ; Mrs,
twain w rlh about $100 were traded off nel, Mr*. A. Dunken; clerk, Mrs. H.
)<re-sing and the servant is a “pro ! and has qualified. Ail persona having Marony, warden ; Hattie Moxley, con
by his son to Joe Lunday lor a horse Wostell ; banker, Mrs. Nellie Metzger;
j claims against said estate are hereby ductor: A. Weiderbusch, chaplain ; Mr.
that lie could not work; w herefore, manager, J. 11. Metzger. Tbe evening
Why not make back yards just as at- < notified to present the same to me at Lundy, inside gusrdian ; M B. Thomas,
plaintiff pray» for the delivery U> him* was pleasantly s|ieiit by the many
as front yards? There’s an I 314 Spalding building, Portland, Ore outside guardian. The meeting night
of »aid tram, the costa of thia action present. Refreshments were served.
obvious moral »igr.iticanoe to it, too, gon. duly verified, witbin six months has liven changed to the thin! Saturday
and damages, reasonably worth $50. The lodge is growing splendidly, ten or
evening of each month when the Re
for if we think all the while of the > from the date hereof.
Mr. Lunday’« answer to the complaint more joining during the past three
First publication Jan. 14, 1911.
bekahs will meet immediately after
drilled trade g Willi bis son and stated
the 1.0 O. F. lodge.
HUGH M. CALLWELL,
that tm De-euitar 0, 1910, plaintiff
agreed to trade with him ami give him
The Sandy 1. O. O. F. lodge met
was thus able to bee just how all the JOHNSON A VAN ZANTE,
two horses for one, also stated that he
Saturday evening and installed the fol-
Governor, inaugurated this week.
never worked the horse single but
'lowing officers: Noble grand, Clem
w hen air«hi;»s become common w list
worked in team; that the horse never building a tine bungalow on his farm
Barsch; vice grand. Mr. BautnbackL
bucked or Sicked; therefore, defendant
Ed. Bruns; treasurer, Wm.
clusively of insects and worms found
Ac krumledqes Satisfaction
moved to diamine the action. The evi
Morand ; chaplain. Percy Shelley ; R. T.
dence «bowed that Mr. Biedeiiatnin a d
Gresham, Ore., Jan. 7, 1911. ■ N. GL. Arlie Mitchel); L. 8. N. G.,
Probaldy the nu-Ht remarkable thing , of odd places w hich inthert > could de
his son were together when the trade I getting out a lot of piling for the rail-
E. Wood, City.
R. F. Dittert; R. 8. vice gr , A. Weider-
revealed by the exan ination of the fy prying eyes. A new species of mor
was made and also that the horse had 1 ; r >ad company.
Ih-ar Sir: I am in recei.it of yours of busch; I.. 8. vice gr , J A. Albel;
been worked by Mr. Lunday six weeks ! J. K. Campbell has moved from the •tomach contents wait tbe large num-
the 7th iust. enclosing check for $40 in
warden, Joe Laund eej conductor, E. F.
previous to the trade and given satis Donahue farm to lleer Island, where he tier of centipede« found. Of the 100 oi air flight.
full settlement of my recent illness, I 'Donahue: inside guardian, James Pit
faction. Mr. E. F. Donahue acted a* i , will run tbe hotel for the winter, lie examined ?.» contained centi|iedes. and
am perfectly satisfied with the treat man; outside guardian. Fred W’enche ;
council for the defense. The jury was will move on his farm near there io the in the 25, 12 centipedes were found; any theaters in this country, no matter ment g ven me in this case by the ! right scene supporter, Herman Bruns ;
one contained h ur and several two
out twenty minute» and handed ill a spring.
audience sides may be, which have any North American Accident Insurance left scene supporter, John Kusiker.
verdict in favor of tire defense. The
Gu« Floodman is clearing two acres and three apiece.
arrangements lieltind the scenes company.
The damage to farm < rops charged to
jury showed great interest throughout of land for Paul Dunn.
Very truly yours,
Clubbing offers : Herald ami Oregon
moles usually is due to the activities Actors have to do their work in sur
tbe trial and used the right to question
Joe Decker has routed M. A. Donahue of ra a or oilier animals that gnaw, roundings as a rule wore than barn-
P. A. D ailkv .
Agriculturist for one year *1.
the witnesses. The costs, paid by the farm.
such as field mice, shrews, etc. These
plaintiff, including attorney ■ lees were
Tom Dunn sold a fat cow to the An follow in the runway« of the moles
about $63.45, Alter trial Mr. llieden-
and do the damage for which the mole
stain offered the horse for $5o, This drew» company.
M. A. Donahue sold eighty acres of is blamed.
should be a lesson to t)ie public to
There is one place, however, where
settle their small differences out of unimproved land recently for *6,5()(>.
the mole cannot ire tolerated. This is
Ask K. L. Rayburn, Lents, about the in parka, <>r lawns. Here the mounds
or runways sjsnl the appearance of the
new lamie match.
surface. A good wav t<> keep mole»
Multnomah bidnqe Dance
out of these place» is bv frequent level- I
Multnomah ginnge will give another l Bargain offer : Delineator, Pearsons,
ing with a heavy roller. This al.-o J
dance Saturday Evening, Jan. 21. The
prevent» injury to tbe plant roots.
usual grange supper will lie served.
The mule, hnind in Kansas are not :
Richard's orchestra. Undesirable» will
Clubbing offers: Herold ami Oregon
iiilrerlisting animals—one that spends I
not lie allowed to remain.
Agriculturist for one year *1.
the winter in seclusion—as manv per
sons ladieve, hut they are more or less
active in all seasons. But it is in wet
Repn(t of the Condition of the
weather that tIley are most act ve in
making new runways »nd repairing the ,
old ones. Home of these runways are ,
In the Htate of Oregon, at th« close of business January ", 1911.
500 f el long.
RE SOU KCEH
Lians and discounts .............................
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured .
A dance will Ire given by the Artisan |
Bonds, securities, etc............................
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
lodge al their ball in Fairview, Satur
jhie from approved reserve banks ....
day night., Jan. il. Tickets $1. Hupper
Checks and other eash items................
50c per couple extra.
Cash on hand
Saved st Death’« Door.
Capital stock paid in................................................
The door of death seemed ready to
Surplus fund ........................................................ .
Undivided profit», lea» expenses and taxes paid
open for Murray W Avers, of Transit
Bridge, N. Y., when his life was won
individual deposit« subject to check.....................
derfully saved.. "I was in a dreadful
Demand certificates of deposit..............................
condition,” he writes, “my skin Was
Time certificates of deposit.....................................
almost yellow, eyes sunken, tongue
T otal , ..............
coated, ematiated fr im losing 40 pounds
STATE OF OREGON, 1 M.
and growing weaker every day. Viru
County "* Multnomah, J
J. L undqiiint , Cashier of the al>ove mentioned bank, do solemnly lent liver trouble was pulling me down
to death in spite of doctor«. Then that
swear that the above report is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
0. J. L undqvist , Cashier
matchless medicine, Electric Bitters,
Auhacrlbed and sworn to
cured me. I regni mil the 40 pounds
A. M kvkrh
before me Uli» 11th day of
lost, and now am well and strong.” For I
T iikoiiork B rikiokr
January , 1911.
all «tomach, liver and kidney troubles
C. J. L undqvist ,
l.At'HA V. BlU.KKI.Y,
they are supreme. 50c al al! druggists
ular Lecturer From the East.
WOMEN OF WOODCRAFT
IN SANDY GOURI RECEIVE NEW OFFICERS
First State Bank, at Gresham, Ore.
TWO SANDY LODGES
INSTALL 011 KERS