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MT. SCOTT HERALD
Enk*red as Hnt-ond Cl».*» Matter February IS, 1914.
At |Hiatortiee. latita, Oregon, Under act of March 3, 1879
Published Every Thursday at lent», Ore., by the M t . Scvrr P cbusmino Co.
ANOTHER STATE OHICIAL
ON THE RIGHI IRACK
so that h» now has butler to sei*.
Whenever lie makes an improvement it
la of concrete or brick »<> -os* it 1» per»
manent and will not have to I m > done
(From the Pacific Uoa»t Manufacturer.) over again.
It wem» that Oregon has another
The: » i*leas are right and the public
state <>Aelal who believ«m a state insti should demand that th«M.e Institution»
tution, »uch as the uenitentary, shoul.l lie run on this Itaan and the s<»uier the
Money to Loan
i be »elf »upporting instead <tf a burden to old system 1» drop)w«l tlie (letter
We are in position to make liberal
tl.e tax l'a vers.
These are the views of Mr. Lawson,
loans on Real Estate by first Mortgage
the warden of the Oregon penitentarv, tuti.ui tie required to show in» capaNli-
Office Phone: Home B-6111-1111. Reaider.ee: Tabor 2sl8
when “good title” is shown by abstract
and while he ha« only tiwn In hi» pres tie» as well a» the manager of any prb '
or certificate of title, and at prevailing
ent position for two years he lisa re
nnouncement is made (XX) or more bills are what the duced the cost of k«*eping each prisoner stamp and ideas »hould I* insist«*! on
that the road fund has people have been groaning under from over *290 a year to about *ltk) per for the»«» poaitiona.
Where a building is in course of
We must have lower taxes if our In-,
dwindled in this county to for the past two years. The year.
Pound this idea )
The old idea that all a public official duslries are to thrive"
we help you with necessary
$15,(XX\ and th<? really necessary people at the November election i in one of these positions has to do i» to ou every city, county, ami state official |
funds to complete same and it will pay
roads of the county are in a turned down all measures that •l>en«i bis allotted appropriation should and insist u;«>n business Idea» being
you to call on us if you are going to
be a thing of the past and the official»
worst* condition on an average
than they have been before for then the system by which they should bs appointe., for their ability to
build. We have financed several build
.w cussed for be manage a plant of tni» kind from a
ten years. Very little repair did the work gets
ings in Lents and there is room for many
t,u"'ne"’ an‘I money making »tandpomt
’ What we reallv —
work or improvement has been
and not for their affiliation
done on the roads for the past need in this state is more com political p«rty. When this is done the and depart daily, except Sunday,
year since all the available money mon sense, more logic and the taximyer» will liegin to get relief from 1 low»:
was needed to further the work fairness enough to tell the truth the present high taxe«.
6:0<i A. M.
on the Columbia River Highway. without distorting it.
12:30 P. M.
cost the taxpajrer» of that state a »ingle 13:50P. M.
And now the county has about
5 30 P. M.
dollar for years past, but on the con 8:30 P. M
finished the grade on that, with
trary has b«*«*n a big revenue producer
Advertised letters for week ending
out completing the surface, it; Nov. 14: Adam«. W. H.; Durago, J. ' for the state, having turn«*d over hun Co-operation is the force that keeps
finds itself out of money to con T.; Ikiuglas, C. H.; Fisher. G. W.; dreds of thousands of dollars profits
the wolf from the door
tinue the work without a special Fols, W. W.; Hulwsgon, Fred ; The Oregon pemtentary with ae\eral
hundred able bodied men and hundre :»
la y.nir tarnt declaring dividend«,
fund and the people are in no K*m*rv, Edith 8.; ; Lind. Mr«. J.; M»r- of
acres of state land at its di»|M>»al
humor to provide a special fund tin-Mr’ Kd • Orcl*ar’1' Fr*U »‘«rker, should 1« a money maker, for itwtead ! or are you In the tenant clase*
Mr». L. F.: Pullen, A W.; 23 9th Ave.
this year. Neither are they in
Geo. w. Sprm,. Po»tm..ter. i of a drain on the taxpayers. Busin«»» : A farm I« a business eatabliahment
efficiency and not politics »iiould govern anil »hould be so operated
the humor to provide a special
Arlela Baptist ( hurch
We do not know Mr. ■
fund to do the repair work. The
"FOR SALE" and “WANT” readers
:45 a. ui. Bible School.
Lawson |>er»>nally or whether he ha»
A farm ehoul.i he <q -rated for net
in cla»»illed column, I cent |>er word
county has expended about a
the ability to finally carry out such a not for gros» réunit»
for first insertion:
7 :30 p. in. Evening service».
million dollars the past year on a
Watch the column for bargain».
program but hi« ideas are right and lie
6 :15 i* m. B. Y I’ I
pleasure drive and the fellows While the liquor question was not has made a start with the lialatice on
7 :45 Prayer meeting.
The net result» of good farming
Everybody welcome to any an i all of
who have the potatoes, the veg voted on directly in the state of Iowa, the right aide of the ledger. He ststss are prodi», »ucees», a growing busi these
leiard and room.
etables, the live stock or live the immense majority given to Gov.
1229th Ave., Booth. Taleir :u»iK.
of hogs on the penitentsrv
stock products, the fuel, or the Clarke 1« btdieved to have been because number
The farmer should take all tin Millard Avenue Presbyterian (hurch
of three statements one of which was farm from some 20 or 30 to over 200
WANTED—A k «»«I reliable man or
hay to haul to the consuming “Shall the liquor interests he given Instead of buying *60 worth of butter • certainty out of securities before »I»
woman t<> solicit »ulwiption».
10 a. in. Sabbath School.
at Herald ottici-
market finds the highways-or power?” Those opposed to the re-elec month he has increased the number of plying for a loan
11 a. ill. Morning wor»hip.
6 :45 p. m. *"
P. S <".
rather roads, as "highways” is a tion of Gov. Clarke lined up the liquor
30 p. m. Evening worship.
term now applied to mere pleas votes and were defeated.* The very
7:30 p. n>. Thursday. midweek service
H p. ni. Thursday, choir practice.
ure drives” —barely passable in power of the liquor interest is their
Rev. Win. H. Arnos, Pastor.
weakness. The public will not lie ground
many places. The result may be. down by such monopoly. Whiskey has
mrf o l a « .Alifomi’S.J- *Lt ^."¿A
WANTED- Boy» mar lie had and
as for instance in the fuel mar lost its grip on the personal liberty
FOB 4 CTNT3/J
— 0k 8UI
St. Peter's Catholic (hurch
T' m ohler ones at
ket, a scarcity of the necessary proposition. The people are struggling
there to lie
nxotgrgo Company CALinpuitiA
schooled and caret! • , n return for
product, and consequently suf- to assert tiieir personal liberty to think
8 a. m. Ix>w Ma»».
•light «ervice« render««,
10:30 a. ui. High Maas.
fering for the consumer and the an'1 a*'t •* the7 p^ ase and not a.» the
lare nd*I re»» W. T. Gardner, »Ufierin-
8:30 a. tn. Bundy School.
i liquor monopoly dictates.
tendent Boys and Giris Aid Socielv of
producer as well.
12 M. Chlor rehearsal.
Mr» t Lucia
Additon ha-* leased
t<> »ell the m<*t remarkable bargnin in tlie maga
Oregon. Portland. Ore.
Week day»: Ma«» at s a. tn.
It IS to be hoped the new ly tjie house and grounds that so long
zin«1 world Uiia year.
chosen board of county comis- «tool for “home” to her and is now en-
Seventh Day Adventist Church
sioners will use a little more gaged in that distressing proce« of re
l<>R SALE -Extra clioice tresh cow
10 a. tn. Saturday Habimth School.
judgment and while they may .',™, th^»cc-umuiati°n«_o£year»_ to
witli calf. 1 4 miles Mouth of lamin E
11 a. m. Saturday preaching.
! movable proportions.
7:30 p. ni. Wednesday, Praver meeting W. Clark.
see fit to continue the improve ! has resid«M for some time in one place
7:46 p. m. Sunday preaching.
ment of mere pleasure drives. , ean gympathize with Mrs. Additon, for
FOR SALE—Good fresh Jersey Gow,
very gentle. A-1 family cow.
they will also create a reserve all such have had to go. our old papers
German Evdnqelkdl Reformed Church Fanknouaer, Route 1 Lenta, 1 mile south
Il One Ptrien
which shall be expended on the an<l letters, destroying and burning
on Main »treet.
10 a. m. Sunday School.
9**®-** to be a part of the very
more practical “roads” of the moch
A monthly salary and a liberal comuii»sion on
10a. m. Saturday, Herman school.
bone and marrow of the individual The <
HALE of STRAY—I will .ell »t pnb-
iw h order. Salarien run up to 8250.00 per month,
8 p. m. Wednesday. Y. P. S.
county and thus avoid incon- greater ones activities the greater the 1
lie auction, a young brown Jersey
defs-nding on th«- numberof order». Thi» work can
11 a. tn. Bunday worship.
venience for the city consumer accumulation», tiie more harrowing tie
ire done in your spare time, and need not conflict
Th. Schildknecht, Pastor. heifer, about a yea' old, Monday, Nov.
lti, at 10 a. m. Oates Farm, half mile
and the country producer.
idea of destruction. Mrs Additon-will
north of BeIrose station. John Pera«»«.
vious experience necesnary.
We lurnish full
store her goods in the second story of
9:45 a. m. Bible School, Clifford Bar-
Campaign expenses run a lit- her brick building on Main street, and
Write for particulars to
THE BUTTERICK PUBLISHING COMPANY
»■•’R RENT—Tlirr-e room house half
tie high. Mr. Hanley is said to
Ila. tn. Preaching,
promisml visits to old friends.
In the I
Nock from Arlela «talion M )N.r month
320 HUDSON STREET
3 p m. Junior C. K.
be out $10,019, or rather his spring she will visit her only remaining
7 p. id . Christain Endeavor
Enquire at Silkworth’» «hop, ArleU
K p m. Preaching.
committee spent that. A man j relative, a sister in Massachusetts.
cannot run page advertisement* On Wednesday of this week a numi»-r 1
-Iibscription» to ths Herald ami the
lents Evaniielical (hurch
Evening Telegram will l>e taken for a
without pungling up the ma- of old friend» packed up a tempting din-
Sermon by the Pastor, 11 a. in. ami
Untiled lime at a combination offer of
zuma. Chamberlain’s Senatorial t , ner and hied themselves to the home of I
7 :30 p. m
Mrs. Additon U> throw a flint of »nn-l
♦ • IMI per year.
contest cost $0893.72. The Smith shine about the old home
spent On Tuesday of next week Mrs. Millie
Y. P. A. 6:30 p. m. Lowell Bradford,
Soil.-.' I. h. r..t,y fl,...... ..
.1 oim'« 'L *'*""»l»tr.l«r of ibi e.
$4821.02 and the Democratic Trumbull will x|>eak a. the Frien.i-
Prayer meeting Thursday 8 p. m.
l»le nt lit. I.nr-I M -U.a khH.,.1... ,.M„ ,| l„ lhl,
state committee used $6637.78. Chureh at 3 o'clock on matters concern- .
A cordial weh-onTe to all.
< Olmi} l ..uri Of Ho . ........... ix.-gun tor Mult
nomata County .ml I... .lu.nfl.-.t* All Lil., .
: ing child welfare.
All are invited to at-
Ii«yliiy .■l.liu. «num,, ,a|,| , ,laI<, nr>.
Much of this went for advertis I tend this lecture
H. A. DARN ALL, Emron and M anaubb .
The Multnomah State Bank
UNITED STATES POSTAL DEPOSITORY
Lents, Sta., Portland, Oregon
At The Churches
NOTES OF THE W. C. T. U.
DELINEATOR $1.50 2
Do We Print !
ing, and in many instances ad
vertising unsolicited by the can
taken to assuage the
One of the industries in Oregon which |
assaults of grasping solicitors.
[ has an opportunity to make a special I
In this connection it might be ‘ growth at this time, owing to war con
worth while to inquire why Mr. ditions in Europe, is the tiax industry.
Hanley went into the campaign. Dr. B. A. Pierce, chairman of the
He had absolutely no show to Oregon flax committee, baa recently
win and it was suspected that he written to the promotion depart tn nt ot
the Portland Commercial Club inviting
was “worked” into it to split its participation tn this movement. He
the Chamberlain vote. Well, calls attention to the fact that the
anyway, he helped to distribute known flax producing area of the world
some very necessary relief is comparatively small; that under pres
throughout various parts of the ent conditions it is unlikel/ that any
considerable amount of flax will be
raised in Belgium, Ireland or Russia
The total expense of the Com- ‘, and that it will devolve upon the
mittee of One Hundred in win United States to furnish the greater
ning the “Dry” campaign was part of the fiber needed within the next
just $16,066.58, a very reason- few
1 years. It is well Known that the
Willamette valley and other parte of
able sum considering the result ( Oregon can produce flax fiber equal to,
. the very best European prod net and he
“A* a matter of fact taxes are high;
and so long ax we continue in the Oregon
system taxes will lie high.
If all the
measure» at Tuesday's election had car
ried then- is no telling how high taxe»
would tie for the coming year. We have
too many useless commissions, freak laws
etc., and the sooner the people rise in
their power ami demand the ap|s-al of
a multitude of them the sooner will
taxes stop climbing.”
believes that this is Oregon's opportuni- j
ty to attract the attention of the world
by her flax production. In the vicinity I
of Salem it bae been demonstrated that
one acre of flax will produce from 500 to
600 pounds of clean fiber which at pres
ent prices should make this crop a»
profitable as anything the farmers can
So says the Silverton Appeal.
There were less than thirty
initiative measures before the
people at the last election. This
aggregation gets the blame for
the high taxes.
over 1200 measures presented to
the last legislature and about
half cf them were passed. The
appropriations covered by these
If you want good health, a dear com
plexion arid freedom from Dizzine»»,
Constipation, Biliousness, Headache»
and Indigestion, take Dr. King’» New
Life Pilla. They drive out fermenting
and undigeated food», clear the Blood
and cure Conatipation.
Only 25c. at
An Active Liver Means Health
The »ort of woman who has to carry a
revolver to protect her personal honor
usually hasn’t much to protect.
TRY US—we are ready to
supply you with all sorts of
Stationery and Printing
Try Us When Wanting
and all sorts of
Mt. Scott Pub. Co
The Mt. Sbott Herald
5810 Main St. Lents, Ore
Kern Park Ghrlstain Church
sä '" *í^i:i,ír "¿»o1.:: "■•- î .V’ â
St. Pauls Episcopal Church
bunch of cotton batting with him while
Corner 69th St. and 40th Ave. S. E.
u ir V ■*'R
10 a. m. Bible School.
11 a m. and 8 p. m. preaching service. for AÎmb.1lrX,r,', 'U,l',''l,,l‘l'(' A““rn”
f’«t*'*l «[ut first uui,|i,he.| Nov.-mt.er il lut«
7 p. ui. Christain Endeavor.
Hat« of last piibllcaiton December. 10 1Ó14.
8 p. m. Thursday, mid-week prayer
8:45 p. m. Thursday, Bible Study How io Put the (»opher out of Business
A cordial welcome to »II who will at
A farmer tells us that he lias practical
tend any all service».
ri<i his farm of gophers by the use of
R. Tibbs Maxey, Minister.
He carries a bottle and a
One block south of Woodmere station.
Holy Communion the first Bunday of
each month at 8 p. in,
No other ser
vices that day.
Every other Sunday the regular ser
vices will be as usual.
Evening Prayer and sermon at 4 p. m.
Sunday School meets at 3 p.’m.
Boatwright, Hupt , L. Maffett, Hee.
Rev. O. W. Taylor, Rector.
working in the field ami when he secs a
gopher run into a hole he pours Home
gasoline upon a wad of
plaice it at the mouth of the hole and
covers the opening with dirt,
fumes are heavier than air and goo» to
the bottom of the hole.
In an attempt
to get air, the gopher comes to the top
MT. Scoli Center of Truth.
Meeting every Sunday evening at 8 :<)0 of the hole anil the ga» doe» the rest.
p. m. Three door» esst of 82.1 St.,
Remove cotton in about half an hour
Grays Crossing, Portland, Ore.
and Mr. Gopher will he dead. The plan
will apply to many other burrowing
Lents M. E. Church
Preaching 10:45 and reception of animals.
Services at Bennett C'iia|»*l M. E.
Church 3 p m.
It Kcdlly Does Relieve Rheumatism
Sunday School 9:45.
Everybody whois afflicted with Rheu
Epworth league 6:30
I’raye, meeting Thursday 7:30 p tn.
matism in any form ahould by »11 mean»
Preaching services Sunday evening
keep a liottle of Sloan’» Liniment on
.Bring your friends to these services hand. The minute yon feel pain or
and enjoy a great bleseing.
W. Boyd Moore, Pastor. soreness in a joint or muscle, bathe it
wiih Sloan'» Liniment.
Do not rub it.
tents Baptist Church
Sloan’» |>enetraten almoat immediately
Ixird’s Day, Nov. 22, Bible School,
9:45 a. m.
Morning worship, 11 a. m. Sermon
Always For all
Elmo Height» Sunday School, 2:30
B Y. P. IL, 6:30 p m.
Evening worship, 7:30 p. m. Sermon
Theme: "‘Hindering Jesu»’ Works.”
A cordial welcome to these services.
J. M. Nelson, Pastor. I
right to the »eat of pain, relieving the
hot, tender, swollen fueling and making
the part easy and comfortable. Het a
bottle of Sloan’» Liniment for 25 cents
of any druggist and have it In the house
—against colds, sore and swollen joint»,
rheumatism, neuralgia, sciatica and
like ailment». Your money back if not
satisfied, but it does give almost instant