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MT. SCOTT HERALD
Health In The Suburbs
Entered as Second Claw Matter February IS, IVI4.
BY LORA C. LITTLE
At postotlioe, 14*nta. Oregon, Umier act of March 3, 187V
The next great social movement in i number of vsars.he nmtinually premia-
this country should be toward ths i ing insrrlage and continually dslaying
H. A. DARNAI.L, E dito a and M anagbb .
renascence of the horns. Clubs, leagues ( on one pretsit or another. Finally he
and lodges, as well as public amuse marries another woman.
Office Phone: Home B-8111-1111. Residence Tabor 281$
ments and recreation, have l»een car then sum him for daniag«*« for breach
ried to ths ez(rente limit of UMfulnes«, of promise. He is rich, yet the jury
if not a little beyond.
Society is com awards her only a paltry
My correspond-nt thinks she should
ing to be all outside and no inside, all
hava received something more suhetan-
from Multnomah proposes
tial as com|M*nMtion tor her patience,
to utilize some of the latent vision and reduce the expenses hope the club era is pasting and that her years of waiting ami her spoil«!
muscular energy up at the peni of the highway department by Fitting prelude to such a movement Ille.
appointing a road specialist as a isour latest rallying cry, “Back to the Without attempting to eicuM or
tentiary in conducting the state
land!” It is a cry that goes to thv ja-tlfy the man, I can no more justify
printing office. The Herald of
hearts of men. It convicts the wander the women. How can money com
fice has advanced that idea on
ers of vanity, greed and plain ingrati pensate her fur the loss of what she no
It calls them hack tram thsir doobt su ppoeed to be a mutual loveT
various occasions. This is the
inventions and frivolities to How can any woman accept money lor
first time that a member of the
U. S. POSTAL DEPOSITORY
ami worth while living.
Earth her support from a man who i ! om not
LENTS STA.. PONTLANO. OREGON
legislature has had the judgment The regular moot bly institute oi tbe reality
hunger is a doe[»reotod instinct and
to support the same idea. What Multnomah W. C. T. U. was held at easily loused when dormant. So too less she herself spoils it? If she has
is the sense in boarding these county headquarters, Thursday, Janu with home hunger, ami though they acted sincerely in the years when she
held to her love through trial, it has
fellows in idleness at the peni- ary, 21. The morning eeeeion was are not identical they are akin.
made her belter and stronger. Her
tentiary, when they would far
loss is no I sm hard to bear, but even
U1 * better prefer to be doing some Brooklyn I nion who led tbe devotion- to the soil. It devolves upon th* that can lieoefil her if she take« It as a
women to lead this other one. The
M work that would pass away the als. A quis and discussion, in charge first is largely an economic question, woman should. Hhe may have t*«n
wiU . time and in a measure give play of Mrs. Harford, on National Prohibi-1 the second primarily moral, spiritual, deeerted, but she must not desert her
The world is full of petiple and of
to their intelligence. Talk about tion followed, and many points of in cultural. The two are as truly comple self.
Hhe is needed. Let her get
w competing with labor. This is a terest relative to the present national ments! as are man and woman.
busy at something useful, after she has
question of economy for the com situation were brought out. Mrs. itself. The horns has a body and alto a found some ;»erfectly harmless way of
Kemp. State President, was present,
disposing id the I*.',000
Hhe Is "born
monwealth. What helps every- and
reported brietiy on some of the soul. House, land and equipment only to victory" if only she will work.
" one must help labor. Making work of the national convention at At const!’ute the body. The soul of the
In Oregon’s Most Reliable Association
the State institutions self-sup lanta. This completed the morning s home is love. And, I take it, the soul
(Mrs. Little will anawer queations nt
porting will relieve taxation. program and tbe s»*Mion closed with of tbe genuine home of genuine people general
Oregon Fire Relief, Oregon Merchants Mutual
Intervet fiertainlng to health
is the love of inau and wife. Places of
Every dollar lifted from the bur
Fire, American Life and Accident In
recess a basket lunch was served, and habitation wanting this essential we and cure. Name and addreaa of inquir
den of state tax helps the labor Central
surance of Portland
Union tarnished tea and coffee call homes by courtesy, the same «sue 1
ing man as well as the capitalist, for a nickel.
speak of the “Old People's Home.” or i lished.)
PROTECTION AND BENEFITS
in proportion to their standing At 1:30 Mrs. Sleeth, County Presi the “Orphans' Home.” It is a« well to
financially. A dollar saved from dent, again called the meeting to order. I
i come down to everyday realities in this '
the laboring man’s tax looks as Mrs Inman, Evangelistic Superintend ¡imperfect
world and deal with them •«
ent lor the county led the ptaver ser- ■
big as a wagon wheel. Severa
vice which was followed by a s ng ser I beet we may.
such wheels will be saved when vice in charge of Mrs. King of Albina. Every home we will ass ime reaches j
Bdnklnq System Importdllon
the long term state boarder is Mrs. Russel, State Corresponding Sec it beetonlv by approximating the ideal
C. E Lendbergh, a membrr of
utilized to produce the state’s retary gave a brief talk on tbe plan of ai »i taking at least its outwaid form.
freni Minn., addrvxm-d thè
stationery, legal documents, anc work for tbe coming year. Mrs. Mal j ty which is the language of love must
hw on tbe Money Trust l«st we»*k and
all other ordinary typographies
perance, which opened up « lively dis express itself there. Cleanliness is the . bis spoecb inserte»! in thè Oongremional
cussion on the use and abuse of drug« first essential in this home, beautifying
Record ought to I h * read hy every
and alcoholics, especially in their use in and order the nest.
of the good things that patent medicines and many of the so- At th-t point I break off to say, not thoughtful citizen in the country, Hi*
the nasty-nice spotlessness and order of exposur«* of tl»e preaent Filerai l>ank-
j been suggested this ses called soft drinks.
sion of the Legislature is a pro In behalf of the county, Mrs Hattie housewives who have but a single idea. ing law «-nacted with so mudi of
See that your good housekeeping is ot promisi- is shown to ha»-»- originateti in
posal to compel insurance com Wilson. Circulation Manager of the the
kind that makes everybody com Wall Street ami tbe head of it, Paul
National W. C. T. U. organ, presented
panies to pay in full all losses up Mrs. Mallett with the young crusader fortable and home a place of restful- Warburg, is a German Jew from Ham-
Cement, Brick, Lime, Wall and Land Plaster
to the full amount insured. That watch. Mrs. Mallett, though complete ness and peace. And do not scrub and burg, brought up in the Rothschild
is absolutely right. There is no ly taken by surprise, responded most scour and polish your house when your >*nks of Europe and mnrv than that the
own body or the bodies of your family only redeeming feature of the law wav
reason why any insurance agent fittingly.
from neglect. "Life is more than the Rural Credit System, which wav
should collect a premium on an Mrs. Hidden then presented briefly suffer
the work of her department, Social and meat and the Ixxiy than raiment.” eliminated. The bank« can have govern
amount that his company does
1 Block Eant of Main St. on Foster Hord
Red Letter Days, snd the davs’ pro Keep a sense of proportion, Health of ment money with no limit to time and
not mean to pay. If your agent gram closed by singing, “Blest Be the mind and body first, then proceed to at a very low interval. Blit the far
make your borne beautiful. The tnaxim mers with the lx*t necurity in tbe
insures your $1500 house for Tie that Binds.”
William Morris, "Dave nothing in world, and just now engaged in a dre-
$2500, at his own suggestion, On Tuesday of next week Mt. Scott
your hou*e yov do nat know to be use perate struggle for a bar»- existence can
and takes your premiun for it
E. Lent. The legislature will perhaps ful and believe to be beautiful," is a not get money at the banka on any
there is no reason why his com have
accomplish«*«! some h*gialation for good guide in first out-fitting a home or terms.
pany should not stand for the the prohibitory amendment by that in the gradual refitting that wear and
full amount. You stood your time, which will give something very tear make necessary.
Bretvixtuffs of all kirxi« are going up
risk when you payed an exorbi much alive to talk about. Mrs. L. .M. I once read a story of how a blooming higher every day and all kinds of aub-
in a pot, cleaned up and stitule-» ar»* offenxi for thv staff of life.
tant premium. The company T. Hidden has promised to be present geranium
and tell of the life and activities of Min beautified a home of poverty and dirt. |x)tat<> flour, etc. If w<> could only hole-
does no more when it is called
Willard. This is “Willard Memorial Tbe window was cleaned and bung up like the bears until the war-clouds
upon to pay an exorbitant loss. Day.” The Willard offerings, a penny j with muslin first as a setting for tbe roll by we might survive. Imagine old
The outcome of a law that will for each birthday, will be accepted ami flower, and this led on to the other Carnegie or K'x'kefeller coming to our
regulate the matter in that way Mrs. Walsh has promised refreshments changes. It illustrates the power of relief. Their countleM millions would
beauty. Make beauty yonr aim in all feed the hungry in th»* nation and in
will be that smaller premiums in the form of cake—real, genuine, things
and study the meaning of beauty th»* world for several years The govern
sliced cake—and ten It is to be genu
will be paid, thereby saving the
ine tea, too, as strong as you like it, and you will achieve it and give more ment should take over the Rockefeller
insured public a large sum of with a kettle of hot water ready to thin happiness to others than j>y any other foundation «nd distribute the vast rum
means. Housewives who have a slat among the starving poor. Then* is not
useless expenditure. It will also the cupe of the weak drinkers.
save the company expense in se The state president has been devoting ternly tendency will find the cultiva « bit of sens»*—then, is not even common
curing an adjustment of losses, her time to matters of grave importance tion of beauty their beet and easiest dwency—in letting a few greedy swine
means of correcting a bail habit.
almorh all the wealth of th»- country.
as well as the insured, and the at Salem.
Children are usually most susceptible New Zealand confiscated vast landed es
whole business can be finished
to beauty. They like pretty thingsand tates, paying the proprietors a fair sum
up as soon as the company satis It Really Does Relieve Rheumatism are led upward by them. A child who ami cut up the vast tracts into small
fied itself that there is a genuine Everybody whois afflicted with Rheu grows up in a neglected home is on the farms which they sold to |>eople on long
matism in any form should by all means road to ruin. All bad things are close time, helping them to start by fiirnish-
liability. A simple check will keep a bottle of Fiona's Liniment on ly
related, and all g<-od things are ishing them money at a low rate of in
do the business.
hand. The minute you feel pain or equally related. Filth ami disorder are terest. England did practically the
soreness in a joint or muscle, bathe it
It was said during the cam with Sloan’s Liniment. Do not rub it. the outward expression ot hatred and same thing in Ireland and the change
other vices even as purity anil order are that has been brought about in both of
paign that candidate Hurlburt i Sloan's penetrates almost immediately the outward expression of love and those countries has lawn simply mar
had the backiner of a certain ele right to the seat of pain, relieving the truth.
ment that would later undertake hot. tender, swollen feeling and making It takes no more money to express in
to dictate the appointments from the part easy and comfortable. Get a one's surroundings a fine taste than to THE LIVER REGULATES THE BODY
bottle of Sloan’s Liniment for 25 cents
his office. Whatever may have of any druggist and have it in the house exhibit there the lack of taste. Costly
things are quite as apt to be ugly as
A SLUGGISH LIVER NEtDS CARE
been the understanding on the —against Colds, Sore and Swollen inex;>ensive ones, and providing you Someone hax «aid that people with
part of this support, it did not Joints, Lumbago, Sciatica and like ail learn how to choose, the same money Chronic Liver Complaint should be abut
seem probable that a man of Mr. ments. Your money back if not satis that misspent would make your home a up away from humanity, tor they are
but it does give almost instant re nightmare will make it dainty, sweet, pessimists and see through a “gla«<
Hurlburt’s type would stand for fied.
lief. Buy a bottle today.
darkly.” Why? Because mental xtate«
that sort of domination, and
Home-making, however, is an occu <le|x-nd upon physical states. Billiounesa,
rumors of the past week would
COLDS AKE OTTEN MOST SERKIUS pation that cannot go with the pursuit Headache*, Dizziness ami Constipation
seem to indicate that this view is
of some outside bread winning toil. disappear after uaing Dr. King’a New
correct. Several reports are out STOP POSSIBLE COMPLICATIONS Women who are compelled to support Life Pills. 25c at your Druggist.
The disregard of a Cold has oftten themselves and others must not be ex
that the sheriff has named his brought
many a regret. The fact of
position and that it is not in ac Sneezing, Coughing, or a Fever should pected at the same time to be good
STOP IHAT GOUbH—NOW
housewives. Such women would better
cord with some of the self-ap be warning enough that your system give more attention in their spare When you catch Cold, or l»egin to
pointed bosses. So much the ne»*ds immediate attention. Certainly moments to the care of their health Cough, the first thing to do is to take
better. Any person of sufficient Lose of Sleep is most serious, it is a and to keeping their own exterior spot Dr. Bell’s Pine-Tar-Honey. It pene
warning given by Nature
It is man’s less and as beautiful as may he, leaving trates the linings of the Throat and
standing to presume to be a duty
to himself to assist by doing his undone all but the abaolutely necessary Lungs and fights the Germa of the
"boss” has no need of the part. Dr. King's New Discovery is
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things of tbe house. There is no great Disease, giving quick relief a>id natural
And every baaed on a scientific analysis of Colds, er folly than to “enlarge your destiny,” healing. ‘‘Our whole family depend on
body knows the sheriff is com 50c. at your Druggist. Buy a buttle (as Emerren puts it, in warning against Pine-Tar-Honey for Coughs and Colds,”
it) and try to do both your own legiti writes Mr. E. Williams, Hamilton,
petent to go it alone.
Ohio. It always helps. 26c. at your
mate task and that of others.
The legislative proposition to
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HOTES OF THE W. C. T. 0.
THE MULTNOMAH STATE BANK
John Brown, Gresham, Ore.
Hay, Feed and Grain
Washed Gravel, Sand
Do We Print!
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.
5810 Main St. Lents, Ore.
combine the highway depart
ment and state engineer’s office
sounds good. That is the way it
should have been in the first
place. Even if the engineer is
mostly concerned in irrigation,
Maili at the Lents poetoffice arrive
and depart daily, except Sunday, ai fol
8:00 A. M.
12:50 P. M.
3:30 P. M.
6:80 P. M.
An anonymous correspondent writes
to ask if I am not sufficiently interested
in women to try to secure them justice
Advertised letters for week ending
in such cases as the following which she Jan. 30, 1015. Adams, W. H.j Ander-
deecrlbes. Hhe thinks a jury of women son, Mrs. J. C.; Eastman, Mrs. O. W.;
would have rendered a different verdict. Rains, Mrs. Fidelia; Usher, Mrs Alice.
A woman is courted by a man for a
Geo. W. Bpring, Postmaster.
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