Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923, July 23, 1914, Image 2

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ENitawv«» aa Sweoad Class Matter Fdbrnary lb, 1914.
At po»tortioe, Lents. Oregon. Under aot of March 3, 1879
Published Every Th unni ay at l-ents, Ore., by the M t . S cott P vbubhinci C o .
H. A. DARN ALL, E dito a and M amaos *.
Office Phone: Home B-Slll-1111.
Residence Tabor 2N13
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l^awson childrsn wsrs all carsful about
ADVtRnStD LEITERS
harsh accusations relative to thsir step­
Advertised letters tor week ending
mother, tbo it was evident there was July D», 1914.
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much friction be tween them,
Mrs.
Du.ua, Mrs. Fay; Hepner, F C. ;
Dawson declared her bttaltand had been Knapp. Mrs. Dick ; Mann. F G ; Reed,
J quick tempere-l. and in one instance Mra. W.¡ Severance, Mr ; Schenck,
•he told of having accused hint of ly- Mias Marie; Bcbmeet, l'elle ; Scheide-
man, Emma; Fair, O W.; Wagner,
iug to her. She showed herself to l>e
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very determined in her intentions, con­
Geo. W. Spring, l'o»t master.
siderable of a hand to nag those whom
»he did not favor, and of a remarkable
reltgioue make up.
While declaring
her faith in her »anctification, her be­
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fHnltiunnufy
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directors :
C. F. HENDRICKSEN,
President of Scandinavian American Bank
of Portland.
Daily Mails
M. G. THORSEN,
Vice President of Scandinavian American
Bank of Portlund.
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HENRY HARKSON,
Stockholder of Scandinavian
Bank of Portland.
Paid
O. E. THOMPSON,
Time
Vice President of Peoples State Bank of
Silverton, Oregon.
Deposits
U. S. POSTAL OKPOSITORY
Tillamook County
Beaches and Fishing Streams
Tillamook County beaches have been aptly called
“Nature’s Playground. ” Resorts where the “Call
of the Wild” and the Life Outdoors can lie fully en­
joyed, now open for the Summer visitor. New
hotels, new cottages, new camping ground«.
Low round-trip season and week-end fares from various
¡Kiints on S. P. main line and branches.
DOUBLE DAILY TRAIN SERVICE
leaves Union Depot Daily..................................... 8:55 A.
Leaves East Morrison daily................................... 9:03 A.
“Sea Shore Special, ” Union Depot........................ 1:30 P.
“Sea Shore Special,’’ East Morrison .................. 1:39 P.
A Chicago man sold his vote
at a Kansas City Street Railway
Franchise election for two dollars
and was sentenced to the peni­
tentiary for two years.
The
standard of morals in Chicago is
decidedly different from that in
Kansas City. They fine the fel­
low that sells his vote in Kansas
City, because it is harder to find
him. The street railway people
are not molested, Kansas City
people exercise a fine sense of
discrimination.
Horace H. Lurson, associate
justice in the U. S. Supreme
Court is dead, leaving a vacancy
on the bench. Who will be ap­
pointed to fill the vacancy?
Taft? We wouldn’t think so.
NOTES OF THE W. C. T. 0.
Down in Georgia, the investgation of
the Federal Commission on Indnatrial
Relations reveals that at certain mills
where children as well as adults are |
employed, the mills blow their whistles
at three o'clock in the morning when
employees are not required to go to
work until sit o'clock ; the three o'clock
whiefle is for the pnrpoae of arousii g
carbolic acid around.
This in brief, is a summary of ths en­
tire case.
Much waa said at tbs in­
quest which has not been included. Tbe
case was gone over in full, then repeat­
ed and again talked over. Mrs. Daw-1
son made several important additions
to her testimony, and she undertook to
lay much blame on Attorney Ryan for
hie many searching interviesrs hot he
waa able to show that aba had been
treated with great falrneae. and that be
had assisted her in securing an attorney,
which she demanded soon after her re­
tention.
The general demeanor of the wit-
neases for the state was very fair. Tbe
Phone Ea^t
781
Good Fishing in the Salmonbeny and Nehalem Rivers
Unsurpassetl fishing in the Salmonberry and Neha­
lem rivers, as well as other Tillamook County streams
Call for our brand new folder, "Tillamook County Beaches”
Farnwr» Buxnew Course by Mail Free
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Addma THR RROUTRAR
Cereel He ^reyee
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J ohn M. S cott ,
General Passenger Agent
Portland, Oregon
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N0TIC* TO CRRDITOR»
In th« Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for
Multnomah County
In the Matter of the Katatr of WlHiam loiraon.
Deceased
Nolle«* U harrbv (h»n that the undar
•if nad, Charles F. Larson, has been appointed
executor of the »state of William I-ar «on, de-
ceased by th«- Circuit Court of the Hute of
Oregon for the County of Multnomah, and has
<]uallfb*<l as such
All pervent having claims
• gainst «aid relate are hereby notlflml tn pre
•ent the same, verified as provided by law, to
•aid «-xveutor. at the offtcr of ht> attorney, J. J.
Johnson. 1U H im » hl!n< IlMr Portland, Oregon
within « month» from the date of first publlca
tion of this notice
Dated and flr«t {mbl «hrd lulyv I9H
Charier E Larson. Ex*•< utor of the Estate of
William larsnn. Deeres«- 1
J. J Johnson, Attorney for said Estate. B!4
8pal<!Ing llbig.
lbs hour of » IA o'clnrK, la th« forenoon ot
»alii <tay. In th« Circuit Court Room, Itaeart
mcnl No a, In th« < ourt II oum of Multnomah
County, Orofon, aa th» tlm» and place for I ba
haarlna of .<1.1 Final Arrounl. <o«»4b«r with
any objections th« re mar ho to I ha xama. and
for tbr aattlrmanl of aal.i ratal.
baled and Brat publish««! July i, l»l«.
w llllant u Cahln. Xxncutor nt tb» Ratal« of
Koaa Mary Calvin. I>eeeaae<1
J. J Johnson, Sit »t-aMIng Hid», Attorney
for xald Ratal»
ADMINIMTKATOR M NOTICE
In the Circuit Court of the Mt ate of Oreeon. (or
the County of Multnomah
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. th*'.. **»•»»» «*< II»» Ratal» of Georg» H.
Calvin, beeeaaed.
W?.??*®* A* h.rrT‘7 «>’»'* «»»•» 1 h» undersigned.
Wllllam <>. Calvin, the administrator of the
«state nt George If Calvin, deceased, has filed
In the above entitled Court and Estate, his
final account aa such administrator, and that
the Court has set and fixed Monday. August
1, 1914. at th«- hour of • t& o'clock, In the rorr
noon «4 said «lay. In the Circuit Court Room,
Drpartm.nl No. ». In th« four! Houw oi
Multnomah County, Orason, aa th« Um« and
pla<« ior th» Rrarin» ut .aid Final A'count,
together with any objection» there may be to
Notice la hereby (lean that the underslgnaii, the tame, and tor the a«ltl»m«nl of «aid ««tata
William G . Calvin, the executor of th- estate
baled and Ural publiahed July 1, 1W14.
of Roaa Mary Calvin, <teceaaed, haa IIled |n the
William O. Calvin. Administrator of tb«
above entitled Court and Katate hta Anal ac­ Katata
(taorge H. Calvin. Ita<-«a»ed.
count aa such executor, and that tbe Court <2 L Johnaon, ata. Rpaldlng Bldg.. Attorney
haa set end Bis.I Monday, August 1, 1*14, at for said Estate
LERCH
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Ten Electric Generating Plants
Hawtbore Ava. and East lit*. St.
Mra. Lare*
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Bradl Oflica
Portland. (2)
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New and second hand household goods bought and
sold. Wall Paper at prices that will surprise you.
Window Glass.
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RELIABLE
Cazadero
Estacada
Bull Run
to its patrons. Through high tension
transmission lines, each of these gen­
erating plants are inter-communica­
tive, so that the service iS insured
against unforeseen interruptions.
Boring
St Johns
Salem
at close
No Job too Large for us to handle
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Silverton
LOVETTS FURNITURE STORE
106 Main Street South, Lents Oregon
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Oregon Qty
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House painting and Paper Hanging
figures. Lead and Linseed oil used.
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Widely scattered, have been built by
the Portland Railway, Light & Power
Company for the purpose of pro­
viding
Where Located
Garten Building
Kern Park
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Follie» and full information from any
8* P. Agent or from
Write for lllustratrd too-page Rook
let, "T he L ife C areer ," and for Cata­
log containing full information.
Degret Coortet — AGRICULTURE •
Agronomy, Animal Husbandry,DaIrvHus-
bandry. Poultry Husbandry. Horticulture.
Agriculture for Teachers. FORESTRY,
LOGGING ENGINEERING. HOME ECO­
NOMICS: Domestic Science, Domestic Art.
ENGINEERING:
Electrical, Irrigation.
Highway, Mechanical, Chemical. Mining.
Ceramic». COMMERCE. PHARMACY.
INDUSTRIAL ARTS.
Rotational i osrirx-Agrlculture, Dairy
AbMINIHTKATOH'H NOT1CB
Ing, Home Makers’ Course. Industrial
In tb« Circuit Court of the State of Oregon tor
Arts, Forestry, Business Short Course.
the Count* ut M uhnonwb.
School of Muuc— Piano, String, Band.
In the Matter of the »late of Roaa Mary
Calvin,
l>eeea»e<l
Voice Culture.
Home
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Parlor Observation Car on "Sca-Sbore Special"
Leaving at i:J0 P. M.
THE LIFE CAREER
SEPTEnBER «Sth. 1014
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Season and Week-End Fares
Funeral Directors
Forty-sixth School Year Ope««
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H. ROSTAD,
SAFE, SOUND AND CONSERVATIVE
A. D. Kenworthy
and Company
Th»r» Is mor» Catarrh In thia »action of
I ha country than all other dlaeaaea put
together, and until the last few years
wax supposed to be Incurable.
For a
great many years doctor» pronounced It a
local disease end prescribed local r»nw-
dlea. and by constantly falling to cure
with local treatment, pronounced It Incur­
able. Science has proven Catarrh to be a
constitutional disease, and therefore ra-
2ulres constitutional treatment.
Hall’»
atsrrh Cure, manufactured by F. J.
Cheney A Co.. Toledo. Ohio, la the only
Constitutional cure on the marker. Il 1»
taken Internally. It act» directly on the
blood and anurous surfaces of the system.
They offer one hundred dollars for any
case It falls to cure
Nen.I for circulars
and testimonial».
Address: F J. CHENKT a CO . Toledo. O.
Sold by Drusststa Tie
Take Hall's Family Pllla for constipation.
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Cashier. Stockholder i n Scandinavian
American Bank of Portland
Dawson Case
Remains Mystery
OREGORAGRICULTURALCOLLEGE
American
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J. P. Finley&Son
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Slank
tritt« titolimi, flnrtlanh. (Orryiin
Mails at ths Lents poatottice arriva
the sleepers that they may be prepared lief in God, willingaaM to trust in him, and .lepar! a» follow»;
T SEEMS to be up to Mr. Hol­
l*epart
man to offer his resignation. to go to work at the appointed hour. and belief in a future punishment, »he Arrive
Two hours of reel in the morning ia admitted extreme contrariness,
son A. M.
8:30 A.M.
and
Mr. Holman's troubles are large­ •hue taken from the tired worker». It
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for hsr i'J:«0P. M.
ly his own. Whatever his pri­ is well for the nation that the welfare preiueditted trouble making
Her religious expositions 3:10 P. M.
hatband.
5:30 P. M.
vate views were relative to his of its industrial workers is being made were really amusing, and indeed every
the »object of investigation.
A nation
fellow commissioners, he should
of wearied bodies does not mean a body around the court weuied to enter
into the spirit of it, even Deputy
never have assumed the attitude nation of efficient workers.
he did in reference to the work The W. C. T. I’ meeting for July 28, Dunning got to showing off his Biblical
knowledge, reminding her that "he
of the commissioners. From the will be omitted, on account of the ill l ­ ’ would
have thought >he would have
time of taking the position of ness of Mrs. Ella Fankhauser. at whose obeyed the scriptural injunction, I
commissioner he assumed that he residence it was to be held.
“when you get slapped on one cheek, i
Funeral Directors
An editorial in a Portland daily paper
was the whole thing. He seemed says: "Now that everybody is forsak­ turn the other one."
Montgomery ami Fifth Nt
to think that simply because he ing his grog, the consumption of rugar The case was turned over to tbe jury |
10:10 and it was nearly 12 o’ciocx
was the chairman of the board ought to increase largely if we wish to at
when they turned in their verdict which
keep
up
the
energy
of
tbe
body.
On
he could act without the co-oper­
One Place of Businree Only
recommended that Mrs. Dawson be
ation of the otljer members. Not the hottest days of summer a simple held for further investigation.
repast of lemon sherbert is all that any­
only did he make agreements body needs. This delectable confection
Experienced Woman
without the consent of the other contain» milk, sugar, acid and frigidity
GILBERT
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in Attendance
GILBERT
two commissioners, but he made in just the right proportions to nourish yg-----------------------------------------------------
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a practice of speaking at every and comfort tbe exhausted frame."
Twenty-tive voting people gave a very
Wise people will follow tbe editorial
opportunity before the public in advise
Main Office
of ibis paper, aa above quoted, delightfnl surprise party at the home of
a disparaging manner of men and ignore the statements in the paid Mr. and Mra. Stamper, B uck ley aven e
Phone Main U
who knew much more about the advertisements that appear on other and Gilbert roed, Thursday evening,
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the event having l>eet> arranger! in
office than he did and long be­ pages.
honor of Mine Della’» birthday.
Many
fore he took care to learn if his
game», and music. took up the entire
statements were backed with
evening. The evening closed by serving
proper evidence.
In the first
ice cream and cake
place he made a bad mistake in
The Gilbert White Sox played Mil­
waukee Fire Co , and won 12 to 7. Next
accepting the chairmanship of
the board until he was better who flint, administered a hypodermic, Sunday they will play Bonneville at
acquainted with its work. He but after a brief relief, another con- Bonneville.
Mr» West fall and Mr*. King were
was the youngest member in vulsion seised Dawson and he soon visiting friend» on Buck lev avenue
years and that fact connected paseed away. Tbe doctor left an<l Wednesday.
with his apparent egotism, was neighbors came in. Some time after Mr». Gate» of Gilbert had a very
thie Mrs. Dawson »Misted in cleaning
galling to the older men with up the dining table and washed the serious accident Sunday while at the
ball game at Damascus,
She was hit
whom he was associated. Then dishes.
by tbe bail over the eye.
It seems to
to go through the county and The new» carried to Mrs. Dini mock, be improving some.
tell how “I have done,’’ since who was ju»t getting up She recalled
coming into the office, and con­ a remark. Her father bad said his
L 0. 0. F. BUILDING '
Stops Neuralgia Kills Pain
wife had said if he "ev- r came back
stantly reflecting on the ability be would not leave," and »be remarked Sloan’s Liniment gives inatant relief
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and honesty of the other mem­ to her husband, "My God, Harry, do from Neuralgia or Sciatica. It goe«
Lents,
Oregon
bers was bound to bring him dis­ you suppose »be would dare do anything straight to the painful part—Soothes Ute
and stops the Pain. It is also
credit even with those otherwise to papa." She dressed and they, and Nerves
good for Rheumatism, Sore Throat,
friendly to him. People natural­ Frank, went to their father's home. Cheat Pains and Sprain«. You don't
Soon after this an investigation began,
ly tire of an egotist
Deputy Diet. Attorney Riley took t e need to rub—it penetrates. Mr. J. R.
Then Mr. Holman’s apparent case and detective Swennee was Swinger, Louisville, Ky., write«: "I
domination by a number of big aaeigned to aaeist. They searched the suffered with qu*te a severe Neuralgia
Headache for four months without any
interests and particularly his at­ place over for poison, collected ail the relief.
I used Sloan’s IJniment for two
breakfast remains for analysis, searched
titude on the question of road
or
three
nights and I haven’t suffered
tbe neighborhood for sale of poison to
construction this year when any member of tbe family and on the with my head since." Get a bottle to­ directed te prepare • perwa ia tfe« beat wav
frx tl|e Wet •.-rmaaeat •ccvMllni
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other forms of taxation were so day of tbe funeral took Mra. Dawson in day. Keep it in the house all the time lie
Is eepalMe ’’ -Freatdeat C W RDM
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for
pains
and
all
hurts
25cta
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50c
ta.,
charge
and
retained
her
at
tbe
county
high, has not set well with
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lb:» Is the Mission af the
and 11.00, at your Druggist.
people of moderate circum­ jail to await resubs. The stomach bad Bucklen’s Arnica Salve for all Sbrea.
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been removed from Mr. Dawson’s re­
stances,—especially the farmers.
mains and Mr. Huntly of the Pernot
We all want good roads, but labratory was assigned lbs duty of
most of us are willing to put up testing for poisons. His investigations
with what is within reason. showed a decided presence of strychnine.
People who have their taxes He ««timated that a least a grain and
doubled in one year are going to a half of poison had been taken. The
analysis of foods baa shown nothing.
resent it, no matter what the In spite of tbe evidence of the doctor
source of the raise, and the (0<j Xr. Huntley, who both described
County Court might have helped the action of strychnine, and the evi-
tc relieve the pressure by cutting <lent •itnilarity of the conditions which
the road levy down to a third
similar conditions under which Mr.
of what was levied. Not all the v«weuu
r Dawson uiru,
died, « and the evidence of tbe
road work has to be done within chemist
of the
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one year,
These Oregonians she maintains that she does not believe
have been getting along all this he died of poisoning. "He would
while with what they have and no‘.’»”• — — let
bi» soul by committing
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suicide, and
I know I did not give it to
it does look as though they | ■ him
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few sny poison in the bouse sine« her first
might have gotten along a fer?
years without having them all husband’s time, wbo bad some once to
kill ceyotaa. She did not even keep
done at once.
fútate
Portland Railway Light & Power Company
Broadway and Alder Streets
PHONES:
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