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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 16, 1914)
Remember the Name—BOHNA
WHEN YOU WANT LIGHT GROCERIES,
BAKING GOODS, CONFECTIONERY, CI
GARS. FRUITO, VEGETABLES. ETC.
let Cream. Sortis inri Sott Drinks it Our Fountain
In Oregon's Moat Reliable Association
IOC AL AND re RSONAL
All rhurvli, MH'Itly. permuial suit liwal new.
mu (uibll.lir.l tor prakl. tra»; nolle«, of *n
Irrlalnairula. ««iiKlurlmt fur pregi. publl.h«<l
mlidmun, ol mi wont..
ni.i'l. «n.l atril «I Ihsiika. aaniv ral*
llalli, rat«, quotoil ou roquMI
C. C. Wilay I* recovering from a
threatened attack of pneuimuua.
Sell Adams of IXirtland i* vlalting
with her friend laura Hammer.
lament Dunbar baa guie to work in
Ihr harvvet field» near Frineville.
Oregon Eire Relief. Oregon Merchant* Mutual
l ire, American l.lfc and Accident In
aurante of Portland
Rosana Dunn leit laat Sunday for
Slayton to *pend tha turn mar with
H. !.. Hammer went to Morrow t\x,
Ila will pndiably return
just la-fore election.
PROTECTION AND BENEFITS
lohn Brown, Gresham, Ore.
Hay, Feed and Grain
Washed Gravel, Sand
getouh i ’ rices
Cement, Brick, Lime, Wall and Land Plaster
I Itl.s A I
oí Main to. on Fcater Kord
I’tionea Tabor too; ILuve 3112
Coarse, Medium, Fine and
W ASHED FREE OF DIRI
At Our New Bunkers
&2nd St. and <5th
><3a M3» «KÄ AO» lOr teto» te-te O «or MZX» te-w wro tew te-te te-w
Shiloh thrclr G. A. R will meet on
; Saturday evening a» usual.
attendance i* expected
J t Dunbar »»» in latoria last «reek
! working in behalf of the I Prohibition
O. J. Eskvlaon and little *m of
K laniath (alla were visitors in I cuts
I from July 6th. to UUi.
I eoni|xuiy oí friend» (ave H»--.«ie
luttletiekl a »hower at the h.uiw <4
VVm Burn- one day this week.
Hr X.(.on Mocrmui and family o<
I'niw'ville Oregon are vt.il.ng at the home
ol l tornei Kams y
Mn Roy R Kelly bad a» bar guest
last weak Miaa Mary Graham of I'ueblo,
Spring A I'rake have 'paoa-i up a
»heel metal »hop in the old blacksmith
T M Walah ba* added a lathe ami
drill to hia eqaipromt of Iba machine
»bop hr opeo«d bara «onta Uro» a g-
lent» Fital tXx. dwasvlve* partnership.
Mr Fltohhpp ret:rva. Ria:ore- to be
condiwtoxi by K I Whitvxwnb
Mra. IV W. logiws. Mr ■rty of Lea to.
Sandy, and Gray*« v'row«ng. antee
from Hoopwatoa. It! , where they are
Wilbert Rarae* ti'*.le a ’*t tu Tba
Itoi «• aad Cel:M art weak
prvapecto tor aiepk-vawut ou tba cana,
BUILT TO LAST
Wax Rana* relumed freo, Lewisuw
l-tabe where he ha* bare wwrhtwg ia
the rweew ni the twrvas CMnaxag
The Copeland Lumber Company
Cleaning and Repairing
Ciive Entire Satisfaction
Nodona Orulkabank la vlalting liar aa one should expuct from a atatr that
grauiltnother, Mr*. Coffey, al Farkplaae. lived a normal, wholraome life. Now
a* to the mind: Kunaua ia among the
drat aix of the atatca with a low per-
Huron an<l Clara Kaya aid Ivan centage of illiteracy. In n population
Hhult, ara *|x<ndlng two week« witli uf n million and three-quarter* or
Hu-Il-.ib.'iit •. wu Il li' oval hlMHI sill
Ito). Jouaa at R<x'kaw*y, Ora.
denta in our atnti- rducntioiml inatitu-
tiona of higher learning above high
schixil glade, and in thcav- higher edu
Mra. l>. D. Benge baa bam vary ill cational inetitutiona and other collegua
tor the |Miat three weeks and ia not en Kansas han more atudvnta than any
other «'.ate in the Union.
tirely out of danger yat.
Moreover, w<- have
in high achoola and the increaae han
i exceeded the growth in
Th* Lenta Parent-Taaeher Club will
during the laat five yeara
Slid that the alate hiivmg
hold lie monthly inerting Friday after
the largeat number of atiidrnta in col-
noon at 2 SO al the playground. Sever, legva, according to population, having
al matter* of importance will lie taken thr largeat aaM-aned valuation, having
next to thr loweat death rate, and hav-
up and a gxxl attendance ia deairable. lug the amallrat atatr drbt in propor
tion to ita population, ia thr atatr in
which the amallrat expenditure in
l.awia Robiaaon of Friend Oregon, I» the atatr in which thr ninallrat rxMn-
vialting hie father. J. L. Rohinaon thia diture ia made for liquor. Wr huve
aavrd about (20 a heud from our li
quor bill to spend for things worth
Where thr Monry Goes
How, then, do wr spend our money?
What do we do with that $20 a head
which rrprrnrnta thr dilTcrrner be
S*m* Eur»p»an Stat** Pay Th»le Law
tween the averugr American expend!
mah»ra Only a Mita.
Italy and Hiwilu are tha only Kuro ture for liquor and the Kansan expen
diture? let us take un example in u
pean Countries which offer no monr
small but representative unit.
tary reward to their inambeni of |xir poria ia a town of 10.000 people, thr
The I'ortugueee legtalatora county neat of 2.1,000 people.
ar» not remunerated by the atAte. but a typical Kansas community. In Em
they hare a fwe | wm for traveling on poria are 31 groceries, five clothing
all railway« In the evuntey. and their stores, four dry goods stores, three
cvaatlturnctea are ixrcmlttrd to pay a furniture
•um equivalent tv 1h ahllllnga for each stores, two big book store*, five bak
eries, five bank*, five drug store*, two
IVnmark la another country which music store!«, thre«- jewelry stores und
six hotels. And thia spring,
baiteree that It* ixMltlcal gentlemen
a year of drought ami il bad crops, thr
are ready Io work for almoat nothing town raised $75,000 for a Y. M 0. A
Membera of parliament there only re building.
reive it »hilling» twr dav. but they ha«--
The town han nearly 20 miles of
the pacaliar privilege of a free newt In paving. 72 mile* of stone or cement
the Royal theater In CVfwnbagvn
sidewalks, owns its waterworks und
The Norwegian honorable member la light plant the latter Iwing operated
under a lease- collects its own gar
thankful for a dally Income of 12 ahll
llura. though be muat do hl» duty prop- Ixigr and disposes of it in an incinera
erly to get it
llr H mm - u a ilav'a pay tor; sweep» its stroeta, has school
property exclusive of its high school
when ba take« a «lay off
worth IHM.OtM), and a high school,
the Swtaa diet work undec the aame
just completed ami equipped at a coat
If they are abaent they kiee of *150.000.
Three public libraries
•alary which aoHwinta tn their caae to are available to those who desire to
10 ahtlllngn par day
store their minds with morr or lesa
Koumanla ray* her lawmaker, a *u.
useful knowledge, ami 29 churches re
erwtgn per dav and Rulgurta offer* IA ceive the town's devotions. An aver
age six month* has just passed and
In tba latter country mem
the police court record is this for
her* llvtag in tha capital have 4 *htl
llur» dedtx-lrd brewu»» they h»v» »’ these 10.000 people ami their tributary
There have been 24 arrests
train farea to nay and only one bom. 15.000
for drunkenness snd about 1.14 for
M keep up
eeerythmg in the police court.
llunrarv treat* her eta teamen )n*t
The taxes are low because our jail,
half •• welt a* Kngtaod <Kwa. alMwing are empty more or les* of the time,
them CMi pee annum
They bar*, and the cost of criminal trials is ao
however * I;tee*l altewance for hooaa small that the average time consumed
with criminal caae* in the District
rent and can travel Srwt ciaaa with *ae
Court is but one-fourth of the time
•tod daaa ttc*»<*. - Loodo* Tit Bit*.
consumed at each quarterly session,
last year these 25.000 people contrib
uted eight prisoners to the state peni
tentiary. We have ir. the county 636
high school students; 775 students in
AdvertiwG »1WH Mr week eawiing
higher institutions of learning inside
July 11. W14
Rn-wn, Mr* IVwr: ; the state, and many outside the »talc
Clari Mr* John Flhatt E L. Hom. that escape enumeration in college
Mr- Mat-cam Mercer Nellie
IV My. catalogues of the state. There are
4540 taxpayers in the county, who own
Ray -SanaAer. !' R. South. Mr- W
approximately *41.000.000 worth of
Ward Lwa 11- <«h Ire
property, and who. for all purposes—
Gee W Spring. ItoteaUrt state, city, county ami school— pay
*49* (W, ami do not have any help
from saloon licenses to do it; but then
the tognl machinery' of the county ia
not c,ogged by the caprices of whisky,
and st costs us only *13.736 a year to
run our court*
We seem to use our *20 a head,
saved from the Nation's average li-
*MT MB, fairly well. We seem to put
it into groceries and clothing, houses
and srhoo.s and libraries and churches
and munxupnl improvements.
the* we saw nmr of it for a bank
depoaot of *3 500.000. which i* the
average Lyon County deposit for the
three year* ia*t past
This is conaid-
erably aboee the average deposit in
When one consider* that
the total deposit is distributed among
1'54*0 account» the figure* do not
»hew a pro»prnty u-.
denied by the fact*.
a* it would if we had large deponit*
aod few deaomtor*
Wr have honest politic, because we
have ao dealings with the aaloon
crowd. In Lyon County ami in Em-
pena a grneratxm has clapaed ,mce
there aai a defalcation of a penny of
pikv fumi* There is no purchasable
vote m the county
In Kanaa* candi
date* buy printer'* ink inatead of
r mt ion .lay
And on the
»W printer* ink i* more whole-
te-nr and leave-s fewer bad effect» on
a common wealth than beer
acquired a taste for printer * ink and
have ite the taste for beer
ahuut thr net result of ,'tO years of thr
prohibitory law in Kansas
A.ton White in Saturdai Evening
General Machine Shop
Guarantee to Please > ou
GASClme Engines A Spebulty
H ä i Street
Lawn Mower* Shanwnrd. and
Sstwn rilevi and etc.
l ent*. Onejxxr
i toa I- x-k Ka.t «v| Main on Foatov lid
T. M. WALSH
LOVETTS FURNITURE STORE
A. N. GARDNER
Repair W ork
All Goods and Work
Near Fuat Office,
We Give S. 4 H. Green Trad
Foster Road Next Door
to I*. 0.
Lents Sta., Portland, Oregon
"FOR HA1.F." and ’•WAMT’ ramine*
in elaaaifled column, I caul par word
fur flr*t inaertion; S coot »nbaaqwMUv
Watch the column for targa:n»
W INTED—A g»«l re.atte xac ar
woman to aolicit ■uta.-iplxiaa.
at Herald office
WANTE1»— Work by day ar hoar by
Todd. Taber •©, ar
4A.M A2 St
Boy* aaar tw bad a«d
Th» oidwt .am* at
wage* aad c4ha** ka ba
•cmxvlesl and cared for ia errara ¡ar
• light »»rvN-** reixtorw1
l*r* ad.lrea* W T tterxla«* aapaa-.a-
tondeni R-v. and Girl* Aid Sorsate at
Grego«. Forviami Or*
AU Kind.* R»p«iring
I* not ^xured ettnuberr
You’re Bilious and Costive!
Hick llmdache, Had Breath, Hour
Furred Tongue and In
digv-atmn, Mean Mver and
Clean lip to night
25cl. I«>ttleiif Dr. King's New Idle 1‘illa
to-day and empty the aUiinach ami
Ixiwela of (ermohtllig. gaaay (<«xla and
: wnate. A full bowell iiioieinrnl give» a
xaliatled. tlisnkfiil fading—make* you
fed fine. Effix'live, yet uiild.
gripe 2fto., al your Druggist.
Biieklen'a Arnica Halve for Burna.
LOR h il F A^xxl ee««g b.ww
quire at H«r*M
U MBER UM'new mtfMtomw
ten I hettot .q K cas W » Jadraw amt*
J <wared Bnw
latlev bead. «aveM«**. carte, tell
bead* awrVxva ac4xwa aad pwaar*.
di-lgwra. aMmwawcevaeate. **r al Ml
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