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1 ENTS, MULTNOMAH CO., ORBOON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 21 1913
LANE VISIT TOBE LILLIAN M. EVANS DlfS
WITH lUBLRi OlOSIS
AN OREGON BENEFIT
Mi** Lillian May Evans-Lindstrom of
Campliell street, Lent*. |»aa«e«t to th*
gn-at lieyond Tu»-e»lay evening at »1:16.
Mis* Evan* waa the victim of tubercu
lar trouble, which has confined tier to
her home for almost a year. Hhe was
nineteen years and three month* of age.
Hhe leaves a mother, father, step father
and two brother* and one sister to
I mourn her lieparlure.
While tlie disease lias lieen apparent
to relatives and friends for quite awhile
she would not consent to tlie idea of
being affected by tnlierculoei* and not
till she was com|s*lled to take to tier
Iasi |<ertnanenlly did «he admit that site
might be affected with the dread disease.
The funeral will lie held Saturday at
two P. M.at the Catholic Church and
the remain* will lie laid to rent in Mult
FRANKLIN K. LANE.
Farmer H**d of Interstate Body
Naw Secretary of the Intarlar.
Al LENTS PtAYGROUND
Vol. 11. No. 34
Tlie city park board ia continuing it*
at the park and playgrounds.
Secretary of the Interior Sees
Several men are being employed con Sons Of Veterans Division Com
Eastern Oregon and Promises As
mander will Visit Portland an»l
stantly in leveling off the ground and
Oregon Wonders En
making other improvement*. Within
Lents. Division Headquarters in
trance the Visitors.
tlie past two weeks sanitary closets have
View. Lents in Line.
been built ami a sufficient amount of
fencing material has lieen place») on the
One of th* greatest event* In the
I’rospwla are < o » m 1 for the early erec
C. G. Scott, Commander of the
gronnd to enclose them. The park offi- 1
history of the Stele of Oregon Is the
tion of at leant three good sulxitantial
California ami Oregon division of the
»■er* consider it is necemary a* protec- '
vieit of the Secretary of the Interior to
Imainee* houses in fjenta. If this is car
Son* of Veteran*, will be in Portland on
tion of the property ie »wnential and the
the 24 th. of August, where he mav be
the elate at thia time At thia time la
ried to completion it will I m - a very un
continued abuse of right* which a con- (
met at the Portland Hotel. He will be
apokan adviaably. Ila<l be come in the
usual development for thia season. It
siderabie number of persons exercise in
glad to see any or all of the Sons of
winter time he would probably would
is doubt f ul if there is another suburb
going into tlie grounds at ail times of
failed to see In Oregon the abeolute
Veterans in the state, particular? those
around Portland that has developed as
night, keeping up a disturbance can only
necessity of National aaaiatance if the
camps near Portland, hie purpose
lent* has this season and tlie erection
i be preventeal by closing up tlie grounds
elate la to lie developed to Ite full pro
being to organize a Division of the
of businew» houses in the suburlis thia
at a reasonable hour of the night.
Oregon Sons of Veterans. He is now
ductive capacity. But Mr. !.*■>« i* not
summer ha* been even lielow the mini
Home little dissatisfaction is found in
visiting camps in the upper Wiilamete
unacquainted with Oregon
mum. Contractor* say that "there is
the closing of the grounds in that the !
been well acquainted with the entire
Valley and expecta to have enough to
just nothing doing." but we have con
surveys which tlie Park Officers have
complete the Organization when he
Northweet for the pact quarter ol a
tinued to push ahead. Tlie summer has
made entrench on the property claims
reaches -Portland, on the 24 th . The
century and ie particularly familiar
already seen six new buainew room*
<>( private citizens. Thi« ia particularly
intention of the I-ent* boys is to have
with Portland, Tacoma, Seattle, and
prepared tor u*e ami a couple of -torage
true along the w»-et line of the groumls.
visit their camp on the 25 th, next
pointe to th* South.
He has been a
A Pleasant Social Event
houses opened up. The erection of the
There is a protiability of a halt in the
Monday night. The Lent* Camp is
reaidenl of California for a good manv
On the evening of Auguat 2Uth, the
having quite a revival nowdays and it
year* aud claim« that atate aa hie home.
led in Court. There waa a good pros-
W. N. A'* and the Ruthalian* claase* four more husineea rooms.
is hoped that every member will be on
Thee* details, however, are tuattere
of the M. E Church were entertained
hand to welcome the comrade. It is
of hiatory and hardly need l>e men
dosing tlie entire property along tlie,
at the home of Mrs. Frank Wallace, in Building ami the Company, building
probable that a light banquet will be
tioned in a newspaper story of the
j South line, thus closing up a part of the i
honor of Mr*. ¡Wallace'* sister, Mi-».
spread and that hi* welcome will he in
Hecretary'e trip through the atate at
street about eight or ten feet wide and ;
IxMlie Conner, and her friend Ml** Haan within tlie next two week* and will be
proportion to his importance. One of
thia time.or <>f hie attitude toward the
the whole width of tlie park. Consider- I
reasons for this interest is that the
question* that are of intereat to the
able complaint wax made by persons i
games were played, after which light crete or brick, with light brick frontage.
Lents camp ha« in view the kxation of
people of Oregon.
living to tlie west of the park. As a mat
refreshments were served by the
division headquarters at this place. It
Monday was »pent in the Deechutes
ter of the public comfort, the editor of ;
haste*« And after some music and j feet deep, with sixty foot frontage, one
would be quite a compliment to the
valley. Opportunity waa given him to1
A pleasant birthday party was given the HERALD called on Commissioner
singing was rendered, all departed for ,
local camp, so a full turnout will be ex
sec the vast area of irrigable land that i
their homes having spent an evening ; glass.
Saturday, August 16, by Mrs. Clyde E. Deick some time since and laid the mat- ; pected at the Monday evening meeting.
rcay economically lie placed under irri-1
Acre»« the street Duke Brother« are Sager, at her home on Richey Street, in ter before him. Not having heard the :
of sweet fellowship and good will.
gallon and made to produce every erttl
tearing away the old frame structure honor of her niece, Miss Thelma decision he again calle»! on Superintend-1
of farm product. Alfalfa, wheat, oats,
V olunteeis Visit the City
which ban inclotM-d their property ever Sweeney, the occasion being her 9th ent Misehe on W»-dnes«lay of this week.
fruit, garden vegetable* and livestock ' Mrs. Eva Clark of Steatite, Wash , since they located in Lent*. The idea is
members of the Lents Volunteer
will live and yield abundantly all over former neighbors of the Huntington's to erect a concrete buihlitig, brick front,
The afternoon was spent playing ter ha»I been given consideration and Firemans Company paid the Kern park
the Deachute* regin, and other vaat i in South Dak , is visiting with them in tifty by sixty, and one story, and per games and in a peanut hunt the prizes that the fence wouhi be carried through Department a visit on Sunday Morning.
area« ol Central Oregon, if a reasonable l,ent*.
Imps two. The question of height ha* were won by Thelma Sweeney and in line with those aln-ady established.
Those entertained by Cap Zellar and
supply of water can lie given to the
not ls-en finally decided.
Newton Moe. Refreshments of ice Th« disposition of the Park Officers his men were Chief Rayburn, S c.
land. The need and possibility of there
The addition of these buildings to tlie cream, cake, nuts and candy were s-etii to be very friendly to Lent* an»l a Hazen, Foreman Frank Rayburn, and
thing« are clearly apparent to Mr. lame. subject of tinance who had an imper town will add very materially to it* served. Those present were: Thelma proper presentation of any question that fireman Wm Anderson. Fish, Bmge,
Governor Weal accompanied the Secre
safety. The McGrew building on the Sweeney, Lila Moe, Maida Deathridge, may arise will surely lie given due con I^nt, Brashears, Wilson, Webb, Faker.
tary on hi* trip and the Governor’* j *ound system would lie more likely to east side of tlie street will separate tlie ¡Florence Thureton, Lorena Webb, Mary sideration.
Barnes, and Mr. John Robinson The
devise a safe and just system than any
experience« a* State lam»! Oommi*-
report a royal entertainment, at
body of hanker* or exploiter*.
tioner before hi* coming to the Gov
the engine house. The time was spent
Mr. Smith waa high in hi* praise of • tire such as was anticipated some time Shaw, Merrill Webb, Tom Cowing,
ernorship baa especially titled him to
ago. will be practically impossible,
in singing, by members of the Lents
e, wu>.^ewton Moe, Felbert Johnson, Clarence
accompany the Secretary on *ncb a the President and hi* chief, Mr. Lane, | ordinary effort. The erection < of the. Stubbs, Kenneth Sweeny and Clyde
Volunteers and Piano music by the
trip. Point after point waa shown to whom be now introduced.
Duke bnihling on tlie other side of tlie | Sager, Jr.
Kern park company. The Kern Park
Mr. lame had previously been detig- [
the Secretary wherein Oregon had suf-
Company has a fine piano in its quarters.
street will have much the same effect.
fered by unjuat diecrimination* and nated by toastmaster Piper as "the What was at one time prophesied as the
Our boys were present at ‘taps’’
fi ing was well attended and those present and saw the benefit of drill an»!
promiaea have lieen secured that the most loved of all the secretaries." ultimate eml of the frame building* in fi
unfairneaa would be rectified If |«>s ible, When he arose to speak he received an I Lent* isaliout to tie rendered impossible.
Mis* Anna Benfield ie at Rooster discipline. It is to be hoped that closer
an<l in many instances the possibility ovation. Every man in the room arose ' With the erection of these building*
relations may lie established between
Mr*. Harry Thomas and Mr*. Albert Rock assisting in the care of the Jones
to his feet and the room resounded with
i* a mured.
the regular fireman and the Volunteers
there will be an incentive to letter
Not the least thing in the visit waa
as the latter can derive much good from
structures and the old ones will prob
Mr. Dekum, of Hood River, ie visiting the visits. The well kept and finely
the banquet spread by the Portland place way, telling of his experiences in ably drollout one by oneand lediiplaei-d are camped at Maple Camp on Welches
| camp ground.
hie sister, Mrs. P. O. DeMoee. .
Commercial Club on Monday evening the West and of the pleasure and sur by other and better and safer ones.
equipped company, well drilled, is an
Mr. W, H. Reed was in Portland influence that will develop pride and
Dr. Killingsworth and wife and his
in honor of the visit of the Secretary prise he bad met with in the form of
father and mother and family are Saturday.
and hi* party. About two hundred
effort on the part of the volunteers.
The Banner Sewing Circle met with
camped in their new cottage, Eureka,
and aiity persons accepted the invita He then led up to the real mattea of
And the regular fireman have come
Mrs. Lewie Reed last Thursday.
on Still Creek.
tion of the club to thia dinner which
to pay considerable attention to our
Mrs. John Hurlbert and children, of boys. Tne way they have handled
George Williams and wife and famijy
waa dated for six thirty o'clock. The whom he was associated In Washington fi------------------------------------------------ S
hall waa well full and dinner waa and expressed the opinion that they ■ Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Ix-htnan have are now living in their little cottage I^nts. visited Mr. «nd Mrs. E. D. several fires of late in this vicinity has
from a weeks'
outing at near Still Creek.
Chamberlain and other relatives in this given them a different ideas of
aerved to the accomjianiment of de were all men who might better, so far returned
as their own interests were concerned, Garibaldi Beach.
vicinity last week.
lightful music. The table* were deco
volunteer work. This is no‘‘sidewalk"
Mr. George R. Dingle of Portland
Mrs. Dodson continue* quite weak, a crowd in Lents, and the fact that the
rated with home grown gladiolus, the lie occupying their time at home or in splendid time.
Mrs. Turner Oliver, of f'nion Atenue
trained nurse is in attendance.
product of the Crieeev farm near Bull looking after their own business. But
boys go at their work so systematically
Faubion made the first trip to Enola
Mr. Smith, of Gresham, a veterinary is a lesson to the fellows who do nothing
Run, and fern. An exceptionally fine he felt that it was a good indication of and Mrs. W. A Hall of Lents spent hill in an automobile, Mr. Dingle has
surgeon was cal'ed to see Mr. P. O. but listen for fire alarms.
dinner was served, following which the the merit* of the men of hi* own di- !
C. M. Harrison made a business trip an Overland car.
DeMoe»' sick horse last Frytay.
toastmaster of tlie evening, Mr. Ihper vision, ami of the other members of the
Mr. Walter Creighton ie helping Mr.
Born to Mr. ana Mrs. Clarence
of the Oregonian, introduced Governor
Douglas build SSgaral bridges beyond Buxton Friday, August 14, a nine
The shrewd laird of Lanarkshire had
Went who set forth briefly some of the such sacrifices for the good of the! Among those who attended camp
the Summit house. They expect to get pound boy.
evidently experienced th* difficulties of
injuries Oregon bad suffered at the
them ready in time for the Pendelton
Rev. Adame liegan a series of Evange collecting money lent to friends.
hand* of the Department of the In guaranty of the perpetuity of our Mr. and Mrs, Wm. Garrison, J. 8.
Round up as the automabile club ex- listic meetings at the Corbett school
“Laird.” a neighbor accosted him one
terior in the past, some of the imminent
" I need twenty poonds. If
house Monday evening, August 11.
needs of the atate, and mentioned that of the matters of interest to Oregonians,
over thi* road.
enough to tae my note, yell
the atate had received more favors from
An all day meeting was held at the
There has been a number of buck four weeks as the interest taken by hae ye're mm >y back agin in three
the Department within the past six ste'e, conservation of water power, de
church Sunday, presided over by Rev. deer killed in this vicinity since the those attending is very good.
Rev. months frae the day.”
month* than within the previous five velopment of irrigation projects, im
“Nae, Donald.” replied the laird,
Adams is a very interesting speaker and
years. Tlie Governor introduced Mayor provements of our highways, aa»i the Wilber R. Howell, Baptist convention I open season.
pastor from Portland. An effort is lie-
"I canna do it.” "But, laird, ye hae
Albee of the city.
Triplets, two boys and a girl, were often done the like fer ye’re friends.”
He lielieved ing made to arouse greater interest in Zag has lieen promote«! to Supervisor of
The Mayor's address was one of wel development of Alaska
church work at this place.
"Na»-, mon. I canna obleege ye.”
to Mr. and Mrs. R. R Jones, of
come and congratulation on the ap
Mr. and Mrs. W. I'. Moore spent a lake is now stationed at Camp Zig Zag. Rooster Rock, August Sth. The three
parent change in the manner of ad opened to actual settlers and not to
ye list to me, Donald? As
ministering the department. He intro
of Arrah Wanna hotel, and Mr. Selvin, pounds and are perfect and healthy. I soon as I too« ye. re note, ye’d draw the
duced Mr. G. F. Johnson of the Oregon who will use the land should have it. of A. B. Craft of Forest Grove.
A. H. Welter is building a modern who is a guest at lllibee, have gone to Mr. and Mrs. Jones ar- the parents of twenty poonds, would ye nae?”
Development League, Mr. John*» n He thought that Alaska hould be
Donald could not d -ny that be would.
Clear Lake on a hun ing and fishing eight children, the oldest one being
made a very fine talk relative to the opened up with a nationally supported house on his property.
“I ken ye weel. Donald," the laird
needs of the atate and what the de
continued, "anti I ken that in three
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Anderson and tin»! no fault with this family.
He the ground preparatory to erecting a
partment could do for it. Following country should lie encouraged.
friends have gone beyond the Summit
Donald Sprague and Miss Irene months ye'd nae be ready to pay me ma
him came Mr Adolph C. Miller, asaift- thought it would he only a short time five room bungalow.
J. D. Lee of Portland is opening up house for a few days sport.
Knapp were married at Vancouver, money. Then, ye ken, we'd quarreL
ar.t secretary of the Interior.
Mr. until we would be using their coal and
Miss Hazel Mitchell of Sandy ie at Wash.. Thursday, August 14. This But if we're to quarrel, Donald, I’d
Miller ptoved himself a very good iron and that possibly within a few I a road to hi* land south of Sycamore
Hi* topic was "National years we would be bringing in Alaska 1 station. Mr. Lee intend* to place hi* Government Camp for a week's stay ■mupie is well and favorably known in rather do it noo.when 1 hae ma twenty
land on the market as soon as he gets
Huckleberries are now beginning to this vicinity, the bride having been the poonds in ma pocket!”
Park*," but he gave a portion of his grown reindeer meat to supply the j
the road completed.
teai-her in our school for the past two
time to the currency question, since beef shortages in this part of the ,
Chas. Dahlqnist has invested in a
A student in London named Edgar
Mies Mildred Faubion went to Port years. Their many friends in this
hi* line of work for a good many year* country. "There are Ho,000,000 acres |
land to visit her grandmother, Mrs. P. .-ommunity wish them well. They left 1 Hesse is reported to have perfected a
ha* bean the study of finances and he of productive land in Alaska, and it* j new Ford automobile.
(»range meets in all day session next D. Ixing, last Thursday. She returned for Lake Co., Saturday going by boat
stated that he had lieen in confetence rivers are capable of developing the
method of getting rid st Hies by in
to The Dalles, from there they will
with the President on frequent oc power to supply large cities '• He did
them with the germs of a
Clarence Davis ami hie sisters, Mrs. drive to f-ake County.
casions and had a very clear notion of not see the propriety of having the
disease You have no
There will be an examination fo- the
Ethel Cook Adame and Miss Evelyn,
what that official had in view for the country battled up by a few big cor
late tn the season
Keep a piece of sandpaper handy to
carried porations the sole purpose of which is
with a whit
through at this time he said would to continue the suppression of private
E. B. Thompson and mother and
ish or grayish substance. These flies
It will prove invaluable, says the
necessarily be more or less defective in development.
A WORK SAVER.
are victim* of the fungus known as
When a stub little l.nella Shippy of Gresham were
technical point* for he said it would be
The cloee of the address was devoted Washington Herald
When the blueberry season comes "empusa muscae,” which soon kills
impossible to forsee all the necessary to an expression of gratitude for the born spot on a burned kettle refuses guests at Welches hotel for a week.
Mr*. John Murphy of Illihee ha* again, do not tediously look them over, them The only trouble is that hith
element* which should go to make up hospitality that the people of Oregon to. move through the aid of a wire
one by one, or even a handful at a erto no one has been successful in ar
an entirely satisfactory law on *o im had ahown him. The Secretary and dishcloth, use a piece of sandpaper, ft gone to Portland for a few days.
time Try the following plan: Place tificially cultivating this fungus so as
portant a matter on first trial. He ad his company, with the exception of is an aid in cleaning a gas stove. Fold
TO MEND GRANITE WARE.
a quart or more of berries in a pan. to get it to spread among the flies
vanced the idea that it would be im Assistant Miller and Mrs. Miller, and a piece over a knife and you can quick
practical for the designing of a currency Mr*. lane who left last night for ly remove all grease or dried food that
A good way to mend granite ware is Fill the pan half full of water, and in early in the season, and thus prevent
a short time, all the leaves, twigs, poor them from multiplying Hesse claims
law to be left with the banking Interests Crater Lake, left during the night for sticks to the corner*.
to press a little piece of soft putty
berrie*. etc., will rise to the top of he has now accomplished thi* aad tka4
of the country. Such a law should Hermiston where they inspected the
over the hole letting it come well out the water, and can be poured off, leav
the fly pest can be stopped by infect
necessarily place some limitations on irrigation project* of I'matilla County,
Mis* Minnie Kern* ha* been re-
the financial institution* of the country after which they proceeded to San elected to teach the Buckley school over the edges Set vexed* in the oven ing the berrie* clean in the bottom of ing heap* of refuse and other breeding
and let bake tour or five hour*.
place* with the spore* of the disease.
a* they now exist, and to secure the Francisco.
with an increase of «alary.
i Three New Business Houses In
Prospect. All Good Substantial
Structures. Concrete aud Brick
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