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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 16, 1914)
If Look* Cut Any Figure.
I often have fait, In strolling about,
' In fact I have given It thought,
! flow few homely men would hold th«
If appearance* counted for nught.
and Dairy Produce
uf alt liltxl« wanted.
Write for our
BkiUfhl. sold «nd eachangasi engine«. bollsr*.
•an mill«, Otr. Send Ur Nlock l.lst aim ! Prlrwa.
TIIE J. E. MARTIN IX).. M 1st BL. Portland. Or.
aa«4 an ?wfrora, aV>
DAISY FLY KILLER L I r»4ta
au4 hills all
Send Coupon to Wade ¡
For Free Blue Prints^ '
On That New. Barn!!
Tha guy with a figure of statuesque
Off his guard would never be caught;
All of the white hope* he’d quickly
If appeurances counted for aught.
Great, aren’t they boy? Wade I* doing a lot for ua when
he furnishes these free Blue-Prints, made up just special for
the size barn we figure on building.
It shows us how
The recruit look« the part In a uni
Although in the bush he Is taught;
He should shut out tliu team with
m v.-r a hit.
If appearance« counted for aught.
The maiden dolled up in iier modish
Earns her pay In a laundry so hot.
But might be an heiress with money
If appearances counted for aught.
OPPORTUNITY IS HERE
The dubs would be dukes and the
duki-s would be dubs,
TO LEARN CHIROPRACTIC. üfibi - »■,.«. With all of (heir bally old rot,
?■* Q.w>ek Ufc*. 41* I »■■...* afa. r.feU. 0>. And hashers would shine In society
If appcariiucea counted for aughtl
It wi I help Nature
overcome all Stomach,
Liver and Bowel Ills,
restore the appetite,
promote health and
At yout druggist or send 5Cc
for full treatment ; ost paid.
Thomas Hade. 35 years majordomo
in the Astor family, has been retired
and. according to report, pensioned
for life by Vincent Astor. He was em
451 1-2 Morrison Si. PORTLAND. OR.
ployed by the late Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
¡lam Astor, John Jacob Astor and Vin
cent Astor. There Is probably no one
0«<ZNWv33'c»agQ whoso features arc more familiar to
tho society people of Europe and
America and some dignitaries than
Thomas Hade, because of long service
In this noted family, ills affable and
kind manner made him n general
favorite In Newport, as well as In
m 8EKI.KT HPERMAT1C
New York, and many other places
Nllll I 1» I 1(1
whero the Astor family resided.
«•r of an operation. Rupture la not a tear
ARGENITE CO., Dept 4,
or breach, as rummon'r suppoaal. I rut in
the stretching, or dilation, of a natural
Thia HEEI.EY HPEKMATIC
MlllEl.ll appliance rl.^aes thia oi eninr in
today« in most ra«ra.
If you can't cum«,
write fur meaaur n* b ink and 'ileratur*
Sold only by
LAUE-DAVIS DRUG CO.
Third and Yamhill. Portland. Or.
Who are Truaa F’xperta and Excluiive
State Agent« fur th « appliance.
Dr. Grace Feder Thompson's Korek-
tonik for men and women is a NERVE
FOOD and SYSTEM BUILDER; $1
for one month’s treatment. Address
'.MB Post street, San Francisco.
Up to the present time no less than
31 aeroplano pilots have looped the
loop. Of these. Hamel, an English
man. and Gilbert, a Frenchman, have
looped the loop with pnssengere.
Keeps Blood Moving
Drives Out Impurities
True to Nature in Its Action and Welcome to
Wanted Definite Information.
"Here’s some Information, Willie.
This paper states that potatoes in
Greenland do not grow larger than an
ordinary marble," said his father.
"I don't call that Information, papa,"
replied the boy; "what size rnarbl*
does it mean—a clay 'mig' or a cbiua
If tfirrw firr
of blood Impurifica ho
Bln UHlnir R. H. H. nt oik •*. You n«*r«t it.
Thin wonderful blood purlflor I m All action,
It «tarta Into motion billion* of eolia in tho
liver, lungs and throughout tho body.
Everything la kept on tin» inore, fluniba
Tour blood, giro« your entire blood circula
lion a flne thorough tn th. It Juat natur
ally and In n twinkling Irrigate* every
atom In your body. It ruahoa Info every
cell, raiiRtN every Ifono, múñelo. Ilgnmeiit,
tendon, mucoiia aurfan* ard every nerve to
thrill with freedom, with health, with new
And best of all, R R R though a power
ful« ■•sr<.hUi£, uverwbelmlug euomy U dis.
rn«<> la as pure ns the dew on a peach
bloaeeni, ns powerful ns tho heroic works
of nature, as searching ns tho peremptory
demand of the most exact science.
Ask for and Inrlst upon Betting S. S. R.,
the world's cure for all disorders of th«
l or private, personal advice on ati.bborn
chronic rheumatlani write nt onee to tho 1
Swift Specific Co, 323 is.lft Building. At-1
lanta, Ga. Their medlral department I* '
famous on all blood diseases, and la
equipped to make personal blood tests, ap
proved by the highest medical authorities
Get a bottle of 8. 8. 8. today.
in a hurry, often requests his stenog-
■ apher to take his dictation direct on
the typewriter, no notebook being used.
This requires a knowledge of Touch
Typewriting, taught at this school.
Such a stenoghraper is worth a high
salary, and gets it! Write for catalog.
A |>osition guaranteed.
BEUTEL BUSINESS COLLEGE
In Good Old Eden.
When Eve held forth in Paradise,
She found much pleasure in it;
I For when she did her Monday wash,
It only took a minute.
i And when the washing blew away,
Eve didn't fret or whine;
She merely sauntered forth and picked
New garments from "the vine.
' And no complaints from Adam came,
Their happiness to wreck.
Because of collar edges which
Sawed nearly through his seek.
' Their life was one of homely bliss.
Unknown to them was pain;
i But soon as they got Abel they
Got busy raising Cain.
By Reflection from Ocean Beach and
De»<-rt Sand unrelieved by Foliage. Winds
and Mineral Laden, Poisonous Dust, all
bring Eye Troubles in their wake—Granu-
lated Eyelids, Red, Itching, Burning, Tired
and Watery Eyes, Impaired Vision and
Eve Pain. Reliable Relief is found in
Murine Eye Remedy, Mild and Harmless.
If you Wear Glasses, Try Murine. Doesn't
Stuart. Feels Fine. Acts Quickly. I; an
Eve Tonic compounded by (leulists—not a
' Patent Medicine"—but used in successful
Physicians’ Practice for many years. Now
dedicated to the Public and sold at
5Oc Per Bottle. Murine Eye Salve in
Aseptic Tubes, 25c and 50c. Sold by
Druggists. For Books, write to Murine
Eye Remedy Co., Chicago.
Among the silver masters of Shef
field. England, it is rather an estab
lished practice to encourage the em
ployment of families. It is more the
rule than otherwise that a father
working in the silver trade will ap
prentice his children to that trade as
they arrive at working age.
BEAUTIFUL CUP & SAUCER
Send us «1.-14 for 5 lbs. of the great
ARCADIA BitM> Fresh Roasted Coffee
I and get a beautiful cup and taucer ab
Instead of paying sal
. aries and commi sions to agents we
give our customers premiums. You try
I the Coffee out. If you don’t think it ta
I the best value for th; money you ever
'he Cup and Sauctr for
your trouble and send the coffee back
to us at our expense. We will refund
your money at once without question.
PACIF a C coast coffee co .
308 Pine Street.
He—What candle light power
your electrical fixings?
She—Oh, those aren't real candles
on that chandelier; they're merely
IT MAKES SICK SKINS WELL I
No matter how long you have been
tortured and disfigured by Itching,
burning, raw or scaly skin humors,
just put a little of that soothing, anti
sceptic reslnol ointment on the sores
and the suffering stops right there!
Healing begins that very minute, and
in almost every case your skin gets
well so quickly you feel ashamed of
the money you threw away on tedi
ous, useless treatments.
Resinol ointment and resinol soap
clear away pimples, blackheads, and
dandruff: great for sunburn and insect
bites. Sold by all druggists.—Adv.
The highest point In Nevada !•
Wheeler peak, which, according to ■
chart published by the United Statea
I geological survey, is 13,058 feet abova
J sea level.
In their experiments with the pro
' duction of steel by electric methode
Willie was struggling through the
story in his reading lesson. "No, it
was not a sloop. It was a larger ves
sel. By its rig I judged it to be a
------ " The word was new to him.
“Barque,” supplied the teacher.
Still Willie hesitated and looked be
“Barque! Barque!” repeated the
teacher, this time sharply.
Willie looked as though he had not
the United States Steel corporation
has expended more than $300,000.
OLMES BUSINESS C0LLE6E
Th« 9choo! that jreta you v
Thousands of Graduates
Washingrton i«d 10th St*.
What Happened to Mary.
The maid-of-all-work In the service
of a provincial family, the members
whereof are not on the most amicable
of terms, recently tendered her resig
nation, much to the distress of the
lady of the house.
“So yoif are going to leave us?"
asked the mistress, sadly, accordin«
Tit-Bits, “What's the matter. MaryT
Putnam Fadeless Dyes make to
Haven't we always treated you like
one of the family?”
“Yis, mum.” said Mary; “an’ I've
Mrs. J. W. Meserve of Barr Mills.1 shtood it as long as I'm goln’ to!"
Me., has a cat who makes a regular
practice of ringing the front door bell
when he wishes to be admitted, reach-j
ing up and pulling the cord with his '
On the municipal rolls of Copenha-!
gen. Denmark, are 9S89 men and 4994
women. With their families they con-|
stitute 7.3 per cent of the population. >
Slips That Pass in the Night.
Belated City Man (after second un-1
successful attempt to stop passing fire |
your bloomin chestnuts.—The Taller. |
STAND ON FEET
Mrs. Baker So Weak—Could
Not Do Her Work—Found
Relief In Novel Way.
Adrian, Mich. — “I suffered terribly
Thirteen was the sacred number of with female weakness and backache and
got so weak that I
In these days of domestic science the Mexicans and ancient people of
could hardly do my
and manual training it is interesting Yucatan. Their week had 13 days,
work. When I
to know that sewing and knitting were and they had 13 snake gods.
washed my dishea I
tanght In the first frame schoolhouse
erected In Farmington, Me., more than
had to sit down and
a century and a quarter ago.
when I would sweep
dredth year in the same house in
the floor I would get
YOl'R OWN DRUGGIST WILL TFII. YOU which shp was born in 1815.
so weak that I would
Try Murine Eye Remedy for Red. Weak. Watery
Eye« and (Sranulatrd Eyelid«; No Smarting—
have to get a drink,
Nine mines in 10, the world over,
Iutd-hye Comfort. Write for Book of the Eye
every few minutes,
>y mail Free. Murine Eye Remedy Co., Chicago. I are richer in the first 1000 feet than
and before 1 did my
in the second, and few are worth
operating below 3000 feet.
dusting I would have
to lie down. I got
Howard—A fool and his money are
This seems to be the open season so poorly that my folks thought I was
Mrs. Howard (clapping her hands) for street speakers. Talk is cheap going into consumption.
One day I
—Oh, John! How much are you go when you can get a speaking permit found a piece of paper blowing around
ing to give me?—Columbus Journal. for nothing.
the yard and I picked it up and read it.
It said 'Saved from the Grave,’ and
heard aright. Then, with an appre When things go wrong in baseball,
told what Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegeta
He always gets his bumps.
hensive look around the class, he
ble Compound has done for women. 1
shouted, “Bow wow.”—Detroit Free He's raw and green and heartless—
showed it to my husband and he said,
Our poor old friend, the umps!
' Why don’t you try it ? ’ So I did, and
Somebody always is taking the joy after I had taken two bottles I felt
n BURTON -
ont of life. Just as the Indians hit better and I said to my husband, *1 don’t
1 a * m 4 vi K v . Ooiuratio. Rperimeu price«: (iotd.
She—Why Is It, Mr. Gotrox, that Hilv
ft. Gohl, HUtrr. It*: Gold. FA’. 7inc | their stride a new bunch of umpires need any more,’ and he said ‘You had
you have always remained a bachelor? or Ut>i<pi>r. SI. 'I ’.liliirf on' elope« • d full pi ice liai is wished onto the league.
better take it a little longer anyway.*
on hi ■ lient i on. Control «nd Umpifr work«»
. , . -------------- — —
He—I always go Into retirement •••nt
liciUtL Rv furvnce: (Urbouaie NuUtMâtu LUnM.
So I took it for three months and got
every leap year.
Because hubby embraces a pretty well and strong.” — Mrs. A lonzo E.
girl wifey gets a divorce. The court;
i felt the man was doing more than his ' B aker , 9 Tecumseh St, Adrian, Mich.
The Sweet Thlngl
Not Well Enough to Work.
( duty embraces.
Mollie—I see new goggles for mo-,
In these words is hidden the tragedy
torists are fitted at the sides with I
Patriots do not want the Liberty j of many a woman, housekeeper or wag*
mirrors so a wearer can see what Is]
| bell removed from Philadelphia. If earner who supports herself and is often
approaching from the rear without ,
the original patriots had been ns un helping to support a family, on jneagro
It may he necessary for you to take a
turning his head.
liberal there never would have been a wages. Whether in house, office, fao-
ponition tomorrow. Are you ready? Our
tory, shop, store or kitchen, woman
Chollle—But, dear, they would i
training will fit you for business life.
should remember that there is one tried
never prevent my "head being turned"
COURS I S IN
and true remedy for the ills to which all
If you were beside me.
“Your nephew Is quite a promising women are prone, and that is Lydia E.
Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound. It
young man, isn't he?”
promotes that vigor which makes work
Mtaa Elder—Poor Mr. Dubb Is so'
easy. The Lydia E. Pinkham Median*
as yet.”—California Pelican.
absent minded. He bought me a boxI
Co.. Lynn, Mass.
of candy on his way up to call last
Well-known sayings of unknown
evening, and he—
tne»: “Step up in the aisle there,
No. 29, 1914
p. N. u.
Her Friend—He left it In the street
car, I suppose?
, I. M. Walker. Pn».
Someone is advertising for a well
Miss Kldor— No; he ate 11
WE CtlAltAXTEE POMTKHS 10 AU CLk tXAMIAHS.
WHEN writing tn advertiser«, plea««
digger. What would anybody do with
” tío* this RRT.
a sick one?
All Is Motion Throughout the Universe,
Wide A C*.
Olde«- ,-rt l.arseit Ir, Ir-pendenl
WbeleMler» of Farm Machin
ery m the f ac.ftc North ««at
Typewriter Clicked On.
“How does the battle go?” asked the
“Fiercely," replied the press agent.
“We have just had three devastating
- Ourn Shame!
paragraphs, and we're now advancing
Twenty-four Hour Man (with the several columns of fierce description."
circus passes)—Where are the bills —Washington Star.
you should have in your windows?
Hlckvlllc Storekeeper (irritably)—
Aw, why in tarnation didn't yer other
"So Jack intends launching out on
advance agent leave menagerie pic- ■ the sea of matrimony.”
tureB instead uv lady trapeze artists?I “Thnt'6 a singular way of putting It,
The Purity league made me take ’em seeing he's just been landed.”—San
"Don't you think you could do some
thing with that orchestra to improve
my song?" asked the lady soloist at
"What's the matter with it?” asked
the orchestra leader.
"Why, they could hardly hear my
song for that drum.”
"Well, we can put In a couple more
i Be-’id me witbowt
J obligation or eost
a bat «ver
F R K K
Frlnta of B< tp —<pproMimnta
aise atta< hed
“H «tend me Porter PRES Bam
I* 4 Equlpment Catalogua.
Shake Into Tour Shoes
With the ai ! of AKf.ENITE, an
improvement on the SILVER
NITRITE treatment ai used by
Industrial Schools ami Juvenile
If you fiirure on buildin< a barn «oon «end for than»—it will
nr>t obii<ate you! Clip and All out Coupon pinn.n< it to
•hr« t tha» <!■•» «iso of barn you A<ura on Our Mtunatin^
G**i artrnent wdi th«n
r« out a «peoat ndividua- pian
fittwj to your requirement«.
Whether you fi«are on beildln* a Barn m > or
not. wail coupon for Bi« FKEK BAHN KOUIP-
Tiny Bit of Humanity Graphically
Daicrlbe* to Bullying Attorney
How He Captured Burglar.
WRITE FOR THESE FREE BLUE-PRINTS TODAY?
EFFECTIVE FORCE AT WORK
Util» Smithson was a meek, nerv
l.ll*ral Taartit* Writs f<»r our PrwfMMiiUon.
Allen's Fool K* m >. s |Hnrder fer the feet. It <-nrs* ous-looking Ove feet of humanity. Hi*
F.vorvthma fur lha Orchard. Farm. (*ar«Ua
painful swollen, einarilng, ■waatlns feet. M..v«e
■ nd lawn
manner suggested the probability of
newtlwMuor. Hold by all lirusslela and Shoe
Btorwa. Is*»‘t a,
any mu hetituto. Harr.ple
YAKIMA amo WIIMBIA BIVtB ■BIllIY CO.
IBs heart breaking were he at any
FREE. A.llr.— A H. Olnwtwl. !■ Hoy. N Y.
■OATH TAIINA, WAIN
time compelled to kill a fly, even
YAIIMA MOWN ■ dw BEST GUAR AMT El
though It were In self defense.
In Better Condition.
When, therefore, a burglar paid him
line aflernoon a stranger happened a visit one night, he was a bit scared
Into a country town, and while at
la no mor* nrcraaary
than Smallpox Am. y
tending to some business in the cor The nocturnal visitor having been
tip* lient • haa ¿rmcmsli «lcd
ner grocery ail old man rambled in. captured, Smithson had to give evi
tha almuet n»l»e.
.* el fl
The st ranger became Interested and dence at the trial.
Carr. aa4 h armi Manata, ut AntnyphutA Vaccination.
B* vatclttaind NOW üy r»«u» phyaklac». you and
The prisoner » counsel, a big bully
asked him his age.
yuuf family, h U mura vital than iMMCa Inautan« a.
"I am just 100 years old.’ answered Ing man. evidently thought he had
A*b ynuf phjrah tan, drug fiat, or «end for ’Tiare
the old man. sitting on n packing box. got an easy job on when little Smith
you had Typ hold/*’ tall lag of Typhoid V•«<!*»•.
fatuità frum uta, and danger front Typhoid Carrim.
“Is that so?” jokingly responded the son entered the witness box.
I HT (tfî ir» LA BOB AT (Ht Y BrtntlFY. (AL
stranger. “Well, I'll bet you don't
Having described the events prior
Merrnna lutiaifi tl'itai «■*<* « • twv tut»il
live to see another hundred.”
“J don't know about that,” was the to the burglar's capture, Smithson
Wllllum Welker Smith,
United smiling rejoinder of the aged man.
Of course, I got him all right, but
States consul general nt Santo I>o-! I was when I started on my first hun I had to use considerable force before
tn I mtn, to the mnmenient of the Wai-1
he gave In.”
Oorf Aatorln employes in New York, dred."—Philadelphia Telegraph.
“Oh, Indeed!" replied the lawyer,
rnme down from Ilia room on the sev
with a sk< ptlcal rmlle, an he looked
enth floor with a big Belgian police
Jog. which was given to him when he
the little man up and down. "And
wns In Europe. It Is mild to be the
what force was It you used?" evi
flrat time that a dog of this size has
dently scouting the Idea that It was
even been nbeve the first floor of the
of the physical variety.
note) with th« consent of the manage
"Oh." replied Smithton, wtth a
ment. However, It wns explained to
bland smile, "it was the police force.":
everybody that Mr Smith’s police dog I
—New York Journal.
Bad a room sll to himself Ir. the Wai-
forf. That's another thing which the I
log can boast about In later years.
If this describe*«
“That dog." said Mr. Smith, “saved '
Wife (with rolling pin)—Guess this
me from drowning." and he Intimated
your present con
will teach you npt to say "my furni
,he dog had a right to the best there
ture" and "my house." I had the
a. Ho said that the animal was a
money when you married me, and you
wonder and that he was very, very
must say "our house,” “our furni
fond of him.
a bottle of
Husband (next morning from under
Jordan is In storm center, says a
Evidently somebody has
the bod. where he had spent the
Deen crossing the Jordan again, per-
night)—My dear, can I put on our
oapa even doublecrosslng.
* ■"re/ ,
will double our b»rn and dairy efllrienry make our row« healthy and con ton tad—turn barn ch.««, into a real pleasure
Porter'« P-rf« l Harn Equipment Include« the nu»t complete Imo of Steel .Stalls. .Stanchion«, Fowl ami Ltltor Carriers an 1 11«.