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MT. SCOTT HERALD
Entered a» Second Cl*«a Matter February 1», 1914.
At poatothoa, Lenta. Owion, Under act of March 3, 187#
Published Every Thursday at Unte, Ore., by the M t . S cott P c bush imi Co.
H. A. DARN ALL, Korroa
Office Phone: Home R-tJll 1-1111.
M anaobs .
Residence: Tabor 2sl3
contest in Oregon permit me to
HE attitude of the city health dry
make a comment.
officer in closing certain I have no statistic« to present but will
Mt. Scott school because some merely record what ha« coms from |wr-
smallpox cases have occurred in »>nal observation and from talking with
business men, farmer«, and laborers in
the vincir.ity during the summer Bismark, Jamestown and Fargo, N. D ,
is not in accordance with good and of my experience in license in
judgement. It is an open ques Minnesota. I spent a week in James
town with my brother, who is an en
tion whether vaccination ac gineer
on the Nothern Pacific, and has
complishes all that is claimed for resided in the state and territory of
it On the ocher hand it is Dakota for forty years. He tells me
charged it pollutes the blood and that the business men and farmers
produces toxic poisons of various have long since repudiated the tliu>ay
theory advocated by the liquor interests
sorts, and possibly is the cause that the sale of intoxicating liquors is
of tumors, cancers and degener necessary for the prosperity of a city or
Just what a community. On the contrary, it is a
will be the result on the race of i positive injury, financially, to everv
the liberal introduction of such , merchant in the city. These facta were
poisonous substances into the verified by personal inquiry of many
business men of Jsnieetown, which lisa
blood is problematical, and at a population of fkuki. One policeman ia
best, it is extremely dangerous. all that is required to keep order in
Some investigators of tumorous ■ tbia city, and the absence of such signs
growths and cancers allege that . as Gatubrinurs Beer, Budwieer, ami
I “We have lieen friemiafor torty years,”
these developments originate
I is a relief to the eyes. The only com-
where foreign substances ob | plaint I heard about the state being
struct the capillary circulation. i dry came from the proprietor of a re-
A small particle of inoculatory ! sort on Spiritwood lake who rents
pus would be sufficenL A group > launches to pleasure seeker* on the
of dead, poisoned, white cor : lake. He said t lie people were drinking
so much water since the state went
puscles might form a point of dry th*t the normal level of the lake
development. The very best had fallen about three feet and unless
we can say is that it is unsafe to there was a change he would he ruined
be introducing foreign sub I as there would not be water enough to
stances into the circulation. On ; float bis boats.
Fargo is a hustling western city of
the other hand smallpox is not a ltkOO on the Red River with well paved
very safe disease. And besides street«, beautiful homes, large business
being dangerous and contagious, bouses, fine churches and schools.
it is an extremely unpleasant. Moorehead, just acroea the river, in
one. It is a toss up as to choice Minnesota, was the terminal of the
Northern Pacific railroad for several
and it looks as those endangered years before Fargo was thought of, has
should have something to say . a population of about 1600, has no
; paved streets except at the depot. It
The only rational thing to do has 46 saioons and the proprietors are a
is to insist on strict quarantine. thrifty bunch as is evidenced by the
fact that they run a jag wagon over to
That can hurt no one, either Fargo, free, a* an inducement to those
temporarily or permanently, and who don’t want to walk so far toquencn
their thirst. According to Mrs. Duni-
it surely prevents contagion.
way’s reasoning this jag wagon is a good
thing as it brings temptation to the
i ENTS friends of Mrs. O. R. door« of the Fargoitee, giving them an
Additon will be pleased to opportunity to resist the invitation to
give her support in her can take a free ride over to Morehead and
didacy for Representative. Mrs. fill np on booze.
My next stop was at a small town
Additon has a host of friends in called Dent, in Ottertail County, Minn.,
this county, particularly among near which a brother lives. Not know
the women, and a surprise is ing just where he lived I made inquiry
coming to her political opponents of some farmers with cream cane in
about November first. A few their wagons, if they knew my brother.
One farmer said be knew him and that
women of her ability in the be was going by the house ami I could
state legislature would make ride out with him, so I accepted hie in
quite a change in the monotomy vitation. He said he would start as
soon as he could do a little trading.
of that body.
Then there are Mrs. Hidden waited two hours and no farmer showed
up so I tiegan to investigate the delay.
and Mrs. Little, candidates on I learned that the Creamery Company
the Progressive ticket, endorsed was writing checks for its patrons, and
by the Prohibitionists, and they not-witb-stti'iding the fact that there
will poll a respectable vote. It was a bank in town the saloon was cash
would not be a bit strange to ing the checks and collecting bills con
during the month. I dropped
see the three of them cut into tracted
in and found my man there doing his
the “Twelve Apostles.’’ “fixed” trading and be had on such a load, and
list. Then there are some choice was still trading that I concluded I
nominees on the Democratic wouldn’t wait for him as he seemed de
ticket, and some of them are termined to buy out the place before he
left. Well, if a tew fights and a bunch
more than likely to pull through. of
drunks shouting and cursing so yon
This election is not going to be B could bear them four blocks is any in
snap for the “Apostles. ”
dication of a lively town, then I must
ad mittbat portion of the town in the
Canvaniant Chicken React.
immediate vicinity of that saloon was a
bummer. But that seemed to be toe
only place that was doing much busi
I see that the city council of Loa
Angeles is considering an ordinance,
making it unlawful for saloona to cash
labor.ng men’s checks. An investga-
tion disclosed the fact that a cons! (ar
able part of their wage« went into the
pockets of the saloon-men and that a
large number were seeking charity dur
Select two four Inch pieces six feel
long. Lay them parallel and nail five ing the dull season.
When marshal law was declared in
cresspieces, three feet long and three
Inches wide, to these. The legs may j Butte, Montana, the first official act
be made of 2 by 4 stuff the desired I was to raise the stai« and stripes on
length. By means of long spikes se > the city hall and other public buildings
cure them to the parallel pieces. Place i which wa« removed July 4th.
thia in roosting quarters for chickens next step was to close the saloons,
and they will soon be perching upon making it possible for those who de
It at night.-Iowa Homestead.
sired to go to work to do so.
As a re
sult of order living restored nearly all of
tne miners of the district who had been
thrown out of work by being terrorized,
Osage, Iowa. Hept., 3, 1914.— Editor returned to work.
Herald—Although aorne distance from
Now it seems to me that these are
the conflict I am through the pre«« good argument« for a dry Oregon.
keeping tab on the political aituation in any rate I am more thoroughly con
Oregon. Your arrayment of Mr«. Itnni- , vincad than ever that the elimination
way in your last inane intimating that, of the licensed saloon would be a good
«be ia catering to the saloon interest thing from an economical or financial
seems to be well taken.
I conclude standpoint to the state of Oregon and
from reading the city paper« that the every citizen in it, except those directly
paramount i««ne ia wet or dry. And as interested in the manufacture an I sale
North Dakota has been much in the of intoxicating liquor.
lime lignt on both tides in the wet and
BUSINESS FINE IHE MULTNOMAH STATE BANK
IN DRY TOWNS
<>l Iks Ananelal oondlUon .>1
al last. Bia . Portland, ia th« «tal* nt <>r»«on.
al th« clos» at biMlnvas B»|>l. It, lull.
HI .SIH Htt/S
Arrests Fewer. Bank Ds
SALOONS ARE OCCUPIED
MBRCHANTS ALL ENTHUSIASTIC
—BUILDING PERMITS FAB
GREATER STORY OF
DRY TOWNS TOLD.
BY ORTON K. GOODWIN.
Publicity Dvpartmriit. Cummltlw of
There is only one fair way to
find out what Oregon dry will do
for Oregon. That is by investi
gating what Oregon dry lias done
for those parts of Oregon now
So far as can he learned in
Salem, Oregon City. Roseburg,
Albany, Eugene and other Ore
gon dry towns, business has been
better in all lines, save that of the
saloon, in every dry town.
j M u#n j»
1 -rti’* an t <ll»nounta
Hothi« and tkurmniu
Furniture and tliturv«
other rMl e«t«te owned
aud other c««h Item«
4. »47 w
• hu.ait OJ
• U.QUU 00
Cuplul Much |Mtld In
11 nd IV ide«l proAlB
i’oatal auvIng« dcpotll«
1 ii.TUO U»>
1 Individual dv|H»aila uuhjwt
Demand errtirteatru. .....
of t|v|MMlit ............................
| A'ertlAod check* ..........
Time certificated of 4rpo*it
Note« and bill» rediaoountcMl ........
1 I.H M1J <rj
Mate of Oregon.
County of Multnomah,
1, H Roatad, Cashier of the above named
idnk. do aolemaly «wear that the above «tate
ment l» lrue lo thc beet of my knowledg« and
II Roaled, Ceahlrr
C F. Hrn<lrick*en
fiubecribed and aworn to betöre mr thia Plh
day u< Jfopl . IV14
W. F Kllneman
Po-Dc-ldx Banishes Pimples
We call your attention to our Re
port of Condition made to Superintend
ent of Banks as of September 12, pub
lished in this paper.
We also ask you to examine our
statement and note the substantial cash
reserve carried by us which is far in ex
cess of required by law, also the big in
crease in deposits since our last report.
We are always pleased to take care
of our patrons needs and il you are not a
customer we cordially invite you to be
The Multnomah State Bank
UNITED STATES POSTAL DEPOSITORY
Lents, Sta., Portland, Oregon
Hay, Feed and Grain
Had Blood, Pimples,
Why, even in Pendleton, which
voted wet after being dry, but Biheiisnoee. Torpid Liver, Constipstion, I
which will probably vote dry. many etc , come from indignation. Take Po-
merchants are now in favor of a lk»-laix, II«' pleasant and alwolutely sure j
dry town and declare collections laaxalive, and you won’t suffer from a i
were better, business better and bud dvntngvd stomach or otirer troubles. It I
debts fewer when the town was dry. will tour up the Liver and purify the i
Building Now Better.
blood. l'«e it regularly and you will
In Salem, building has I been »lay well, have clear complexion and |
greater since the town went dry. steady nerves. Get a 5»k' bottle to-day
There are but few vacant houses, Money back if not satisfied. All Drug 1
and those vacant arc described as gists.
"shacks.” Practically every saloon
has been re-tenanted by other lines
Stop Ihdt first fall Couqh
of business, and one of the princi
pal saloon sites has been replaced
1 Block Enal of Main Si. on Farter Roni
Elioni'« Taiior l«W ; Home 3112
Check your fall cough or cold at once
by a fine new building block.
—don’t wait—itmay lead to serious lung
Since Salem went dry a 820.000
brick building hat been erected and 1 trouble, weaken your vitality and develop
a 840,000 biitmett block is going up. a chronic lung ailment. Get a bottle of
Doesn’t look as if dry Salem hurl Dr. Beli’a Pine-Tar-Honey today; it is
that town, does it?
pure and harmless—use it freely for that
fall cough or cold. If Baby or Children
Better Building Results.
are «ick give it to them, it will relieve
Salem went dry January 1, 1914.
* quickly and prrmantly. It aootliee the
The building permits for the first
eight months of 1913, when the Jrritated throat, lungs and. air passages.
town was wet, total 8388.925. For , [«sMene Phlegm, is antiseptic and
the first eight months of 1914 they , fortifies the system against colds. It
were 8422,385, an increase of surely prevents cold germs from getting
ahold. Guaranteed. Only 26c. at your
vice« that day.
Another instance of a dry town
We muai ni vc tin* aamc care and con-
Every other Sunday the regular ear*
helping business! Absence of the
eiiirration to a «ystein of (»-operative
vices will be as usual.
saloon always means better busi
Evsmng Prayer and eermon at 4 p. m. law«, extending to the farmer the farti-
ness, for the money that once went
Sunday Bchool meet« at 3 p.|m.
to the saloon goes into trade
Boatwright, Hupt , L. Maflett, Hoc. ilice adapted tn bin Imai Maa that ia now
Checks cashed once in saioons are I
Rev.O. W. Taylor, Rector. afforded corporation«.
Arteta Baptist Church
cashed in stores—and part of them 4
are spent there, in place of in the
:45 a. id . Bible School.
11 a. tn. Preaching «ervice.
6 per cent MONEY 6 per cent
MT. Scott Center of Truth.
7 :30 p. tn. Evening services.
There were 254 arrests for the
6:15 p tn. B. Y. P. U. meeting.
first seven months of 1913 in Salem
Meeting every Huoday evening at 8 :<O Loan« may be obtained for any purpoee
7 :46 Prayer meeting.
for drunkenness; in 1914 the ar
Three door« cast of M2d Ht., on acceptable Real Batate «ecurity;
Everybody welcome to any and all of Gray« Crossing, Portland. Or«.
liberal privilege«; correspondence so
rests totaled only 47 for the same
Washed Gravel, Sand
I getour I » kicks
Cement, Brick, Lime, Wall and Land Plaster
M c K inley & bundy
The Herald $1.00 Per Year
At The Churches
Store« Enlarge Premises.
The three largest stores have had
to remodel their premises because
of increased business, v hen other
towns—wet at that—have been com
In Oregon City arrests have de
creased 60 per cenj.
Violations of the state liquor laws
(bootlegging and so forth), are now
less than one-half.
You see the saloon men never
used to obey the law—in a dry
town they have to obey it.
Bank Deposits Increase.
Lents Baptist Church
Millard Avenue Presbyterian Church
Bible School, 9:45 a. m.
Morning worship, 11 a. m.
10 a. tn. Sabbath School.
Elmo Heights Sunday School 2:30
11 a. m. Morning worahip.
8:45 p. m. Y. P. 8. C, E.
B. Y. 1». U. 7 p. tn.
7 :30 p. m. Evening worship.
Evening worship, 8 p. ...
7 :3o p. m. Thursday, midweek service.
If you an1 a stranger or have no church
8 p. m. Thursday, choir practice.
Rev. Wm. II. Amo«, Paator. home we invite you to all of our services.
J. M. Nelson.
St. Peter’s Catholic Church
Lents Evangelical Ghirch
8 a. m. Ix>w Maae.
10:30 a. m. High Ma««.
8:30 a. m. Sunday School.
12 M. Cbior rehearsal.
Week day«: Mass at 8 a. m.
Deposits in the banks have in-
creased. There is more building.
Bad debts are being cleared up.
Collections are easier. Not one mill
Seventh Day Adventist Church
check has been cashed in a saloon.
All business men say trade is bet
10 a. m. Saturday Sabbath School.
11 a. m. Saturday preaching.
7:30 p. m. Wednesday, Praver meeting.
Which antwert the question as to
7 :45 p. m. Sunday preaching.
why the cry has come from all over
Oregon for a dry town.
L. Adams, one of the leading Ore
gon City merchants, said:
German Evangelical Reformed Church
“Since Oregon City went dry,
10 a. tn. Bunday Bchool.
business has much improve'd. Col
10 a. tn. Saturday, German school.
lections are easier. I have fewer
8 p. tn. Wedneaday. Y. P. 8.
bad bills on my books than I had a
11 a. m. Bunday worship.
year ago. People now have a ten
Th. Bcbildknecbt, Pastor.
dency to buy their goods at home.
I used to cash 15 checks on mill pay
nights. Now I cash 50. The aboli
Lents Friend’s Church
tion of lhe saloon has turned a vast
9:45 a. m. Bible School, Clifford Bar-
sum of money daily into the chan ker. Superintendent.
nels of trade in Oregon City.”
11 a. m. Preaching.
All of which answers (he ques
3 p. tn. Junior C. E.
tion of whether a town is better wet
7p.ro. Chriatain Endeavor.
8 p. m. Preaching.
Dr. East, a medical miaslonary from
ky th* Com mill»« «( Oaa
K»a«r»c 7«« M»rfin ■■1141««. F«rSlaa4, Or* India will «peak
at Lenta Friends
Church, Hunrlay evening, August 30th
at 7 o'clock. Everybody welcome. This
will be a treat you cannot afford to
John Riley, Paa tor.
Advertised letters for week ending
Hermon by the Pastor, 11 «. m. and
8 p. m.
Sunday Bchool 0 :46 a. tn., C. H. Brad
Y. P. A. 6:46 p. tn. Lowell Bradford,
Prayer meeting Thursday 8 p. m.
A cordial welcome to all.
F. R. Hornschncb, Pastor.
chide to go back and fight there wouldn't
tie much left to little old New York.
Washed Graded Gravel
82nd St. and 45th Ave.
Phone Tabor 2063
Lents M. E. Church
Preaching 11 «. m. and reception of
Service« at Bennett Chapel 3 p. m.
Sunday evening services 7 :30 p. m.
Epworth League 6:30.
Bunday School «nd Bible Claw 9:46.
Prayer meeting Thursday evening at
Thia ia tba last aervica in the con
W Boyd Mnore, Paator*
THE LIFE CAREER
ia yaatt «h«ra!4 laeartably b»
4iree<«4 ta prepare a peraaa ia the baat way
for th« beat prrmaaeat oceupatloe for which
ha 1« capable/*—Prealdeat C W RHot
General Machine Shop
All Kinds Repairing
Gasoline Engines A SpeUalty
Lawn Mowers Sharpened, and
Sawn filed and etc.
One Block East of Main on Foster Rd.
T. M. WALSH
Thia Is ths Mission of the
OREGON AGmCULTURAL COLLEGE
Porty-sixth School Year Optas
September 12, 1914: Allen, Mr« John;
Kern Park Chrlstaln Church
Crnmary, Al; Balev, Cha«. A.; Blaaelt, i
Corner 69th Bt. and 46th Ave. B. E.
Mrs. Fred H.; Benjamin, Mr«. I».;
10 a. m. Bible Bchool.
Christenson, Mrs. Cnas.; Churchill,
Ila m. and 8 p m. preaching service.
Mrs. A. L.; Clark, Mrs. F. E. ; Con-1 7 p. m. Christain Endeavor.
ners, Wm. E.; Carter, R. J.; Fletcher,
8 p. m. Thursday, mid-week prayer
Mrs. Ro tit.; Hamlin, ___
E. _ ; ___
8:45 p.m. Thursday, Bible Btudy
Albert; Liller, Mrs. E.; Lawler, Mr«.
John; Scott, Mr, Elmer; Bt. Crotiix
A cordial welcome to all who will at
Mfg. Co.; 247 South Main Bt.
tend any all services.
R. Tibbs Maxey, Minister. :
Geo. W. Spring, Postmaster.
If all her foreign citizen« nhould con-
A. C. AGENCY COMPANY
768 Gaa, Electric Bldg., Denver, Colo.
440 Phelan Bldg., San Francisco
St. Pauls Episcopal Church
One block south of Woodmere station. I
Holy Communion the first Bunday of
each month at 8 p. m, No other »or- I
Pb'me Tabor 2284
SEPTEHBER 18th, iqu
ResMence 211 N. Main St. Lents, Ore.
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Mt. Scott, Lenta and Portland
Baggage and General Hauling,
Trunks 50c Each
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