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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 1, 1915)
Health In The Suburbs
Entered a* 'reeirrt-t’la.'- Matter February 19. 1914
At |x»t<9tioe, lienta, t»regon. Under Mt of Marvil 1, 1*79
BY LOMA C. LITTLE
A Fly on a carriage wlu-el l»oa«ted
promlly, “Hee what a dust I raise!" The
H. A. DARNALL, E dito » « nd M vxaock .
doctors, Mi-ing what a g«HMl stunt it was
and how it imprv»M*d th«* populace,
Office Phone: Home R-6111-11U. Residence: Tabor 2*13
tbereu|<on got out their swatters, suc-
“ cmsfnlly o|H*rate«i on Mr Fly, and then
appropriate«! Ilia thunder
HE Herald last week at commendable.
"Having got Other plague« under eon-
tempted to pay the Oregon
Voter a compliment for it fairness “Your county or community will lx» trol," haughtily remark« Mr. Fly Doc-
on guard against the representation of
in the recent consideration of promoter» who have only their seltish tor, "I will now proceed to cut out yotir
cancers. ’ ’
road improvements but it ap inter* st to serve, and who |>ay no taxes “Th«' net result—it th«* scheme »U«.-
in your county."
‘ eeeds, ami it proliably will, the public ie
pears that we were a little pre
Now that is a nice lot of. what so gullible—will lie a transfer of cash
mature in passing judgment. do they call it. "con.” 7
poekrU, a transfer
‘i«- < from
i<» medical povKrui,
However we were not so far gentlemen who lav bithulithic "f < *u«vr death« U» other column« in
triumphs that di»tingiii»h modern medi
I have hvretofor,' warned my rvaderH
•gainst surgery in cancer ami su**p«*oted
camvr. t'aneer I» no more a local
disease Ilian any oilier. l‘r>s>f that “lo
cal disease*' i« » delusion is found in
as the day of National Independence,
the fad that any curable di«ea«e will
but how many people are really in
yield to the right kiml of constitutional
treatment. Surgery, or any purely lo«*al
dependent? How about it, Mr.
treatment merely mask« a diaeaae and
MAN? Would a few weeks of ‘bad
result« in alter«**! symptoms. Th«* knife
put you ‘down and out’ or are
in earner insures on«* of two things : it
either hastens ilealh, or i ricreane* tlie
you protecting your family with a
sum total of »littering
handy little bank account?
I have aoen lumps ami Imilor« inclt
away under a treatment composed of
THE MULTNOMAH STATE BANK
wrong for we asserted that Mr. buy their tar in California, and automobile» on the durtl.*re k and
I have se«*n
will pay you 4 |>er cent on your surplus
evidently a lay it themselves or through, [,ith|lliUite
[ ulcer« of year«’standing heal |»*rfe«*tly
Immediately some subcontractor, who may be Tb«* chief gamer in this program will iimier the same treatment Why, then,
following our commendation Mr. I a local concern or not. The men l*e the surgeon. Next come« the <io«ita>r lake desperate and doubtful measures?
Why undertake a «*<»tly »xperiment
who offered to lay Concrete lives w,,f> wb *»>« «iiare of tlie split tee. An.i > whose
Chapman breaks out with:
outcome is likely to Is« «eriou«,
“The time to investigate at d diecuss in Portland, buy their cement, flna,|y- Uh* ««‘‘»mobile people wi
■ when simple and inexpensive means
the merits of different types of road proUbly,
in Washington or \-oU. t,H. divlanilitlll 1(f U1, _______ ' * ii iln no harm and may do good'* In-
«■onstrnetion is before the promoters
hkwd, the latter a ill alwaya lienrtH anu
they do the lay- touteA—
cure if rightly applied in
That surely is good logic, but i
under ''••«uhriwd cancer has las'n cured by
we venture to say that Mr. Chap been awarded the entire contract •*"»*• overweight than tho»«»
foxxl, as Dr. Robert te ll of London
would have meant the develop-1
world, together with th** many connect
Pimple». Skia Blemitlies. Ecztme Cured
man himself knew practically it
. » _
i •_« .
Sure. In this part of the world th«* testifies.
odd, how «erlou», how loug stand
nothing of what types of pave .
' | overweight ar,* far more numerous,
j snch treatment
Tlicre is mystery. a gr«*»t net work of line*« in every direc- ing your case. there'« help (or you in
ment were composed before the
: ni|•*retiti<in and guesswork in the tsidy- . i lion, thryngh territory uncxo'lltil for •very particle ol Dr Hobson'» Eczema
recent contracts were offered. : put the Oswego cement works in their ahoes.
cobbling of surgery, for cancer.
Ointment. It wipe« out all tram of
The only thing he knew any into operation at once and pro- "The extremely poor ai* seldom Proof <>f the hypocrisy behind th«* ( pleasure travel or historic interest. Ami your ailment, and leave« your akin
: present “educational" crusade of th«*:
thing about was asphalt as it duce much of the material right
11 n D<l rnI«
clean ami »oft a« a «hild'a
at home. Of course Mr. Chap- , Tht‘
,poor ca" ‘.
“M' medical trust is found in th«««* wor*b and we «hall witiMM» a migration to of «i»**r« h-<ve «ent v<>luntarv 'etter« of
looks on the street. But up to
w<* it II ;*ass vie
a Il a> tr» is not
em * Mj».
«amly beaclwe. pietureeque rocky Biiorea,
Ju*t try ore b*>x
It • ill
the present time there had been
331(1 nothing alx»ut that i |ike|y Pacific Coaet |«*ople know any- uttered by a prominent local doctor at an*i charming lake» and river«.
no occasion to investigate. It Perhaps he was not aware of it. thing about the Aawwiation» for Relief *>( I i the in«*eting at the library lait week, Tlie park and playgronn«! »y»tein <>f mean fim-dom from »tiffeting and •tn-
( "T*>*> little attention lias been pani to
was all running along so smooth- w Continuing
.. ...... -—•*-••
— the head of the Cancerous Poor in the big Eastern * cancer in the pa«t and too little i» New England i« great Right in the
city limit» of Boston thousand» of acres
ly in favor of one sort of paving Jockeying Bids. ” he under- ■ '*‘**** *’ this will go
“Every unattended ulcer. it allowed 1 known by th«* public concerning it to- »re given up for th«w lovely baeatliing
letter h**ad», envelope«, card«, bill
that no one seemed to be think- takes to show us that the cutting to live, will form a cancer.”
head«, auction notice« and |io»l»r»,
ing anything about opposing the u certain companies was more Of course this means medically nn- Tlie d<wtor who «aid thi« well knows I wiaii I might draw a word picture dodger«, annoumemrnt«, etc, at Mt.
that the medical profewsion lias to con-
K.„. ” as
„ accepted than offset b* ' unreasonable
“ ' attended, therefore call lite doctor.
that would do justice toa 100 mile auto trip Scott Pub. Co.. Office. Lent«.
fere it«e)f aismlutely ignorant of the
I have recently taken, »longtlie historic
bv Mr. Yeon. Mr. Holman, Mr. charges in other instances. We ' • -• •
cause ami cure of earner, and that all
"South shore,"through tjnincy, tin* city
Chapman, and a
Cut it out today. It may be gone to the “education" now under wsy is a of president«, or rather the birthplace of
mere attempt of the blind to lead those
number of others, The facts But if he will continue into his morrow.
our early preeidenta
We passed the
are. had we accepted Mr. Chap
lioum* where live<l John HamxM-k, the If I FAIL to CURE m CANCER «TUMOR i t«.«
lisMl tt rttKkei Is BONE
first signer of tie* Iteclaralion of Indo- bstore it POISONS
man’s advice, we would have specifications as drawn required tier is liable to cancer."
Not stated whether th«- woman’s
A few of the certain cau««*s of cancvr pe iteoce; liighhani, when* stands the WithaatKaifiwPiia
had to begin ten years ago, be
■ lottie» that irritate otiier people will j are:
old Hhip Church limit in 16M), the oldest ! Nt PAT Until CURED)
fore the bitulithic promoters’ ar with a steel armor joint. Does cause cancer or not—an omission that HI RliF.RY Many |»*rK*n“ <>p«*ratvd | in the country ami »till iresl as a bouse wmttin euagANtit
No X R«y or other
rived. They have had a long he know what that is for? might lose the surgeon a lot of patients. , on for abdominal troubles have later * ol worship; Queen Ann’s Corner an«l ■ wlndln. An l.lsntt
“Th«' only positive cure is removal of 'leveioped cancer ami dic<i of name.
time to sell stock, borrow money, Armor joints are out of date.
many other towns, each one with <>i«l A- > TUMOS. lUMF of I
the lip, I«.,'
loan money, offer favors, flatter The specification was put in here the growth, and this must be done in VACCINATION “The n>o»t |M>tent i l’ilgriin land marks. But my |s*n fal- or body lonx Is
: it nev<r
! predisposition for canceron« develop- ' ters wb«*n I try to |M>rtray the beautie» cancer
public officials, and place about to make the cost of cement pav early stages of the disease.’’
i«lna until laat.laxo
“Positive” is usrel here in the same i ment i« found in va>cin<«tion ami re I of tlie "01*1 Jerusalem Road," along 70-FAU BOM «ent
half the business men of the
HKE, 10.UOO U»ll-
sense as in th«* statement, “Vaccination vaccination." (Dr. Dennis Turnbull., i the »bore line, the marvels of nature on
town under obligation to them in ' place the one who bid on con- positively prevents smallpox." When MENTAL MISERY. Happy |s-ople . the one lian>< and tlie magnificence of moo ma. eisriswa, __ _
it does not, there can always I m * found lull of life <lo not have cancer. Life— i I he Niimnier homes built here by Biwloli
one waj’ or another, most of
P AMP CO »n<! always j»«»l»onB dor pa rm-
which would look very bad in not discuss "Jockeying Esti an excuse satisfactory to the vaccina like all g<xsl—is a stream. It must not i capitalist» and otiier "upper tens." In it
11 VAHU Lfl pH flan.iaaivl KklS OUKRLT
tors. When cancer occurs after opera merely How into ns, but out ugain. many plai-es along this wonderful ri<ie One woman hi every 7dlr«of ranerr - f’.H. report
print, and Mr. Chapman is very
Wt« rvfuae many who wait loo long .k tnu«t die
And so on, we might go on tions, it won’t be the same cancer, for < »tiierwise we become «« foul aa any we passed through a veritable green Four cured al half price If cancer 1« yet email
crude in intimating that the only
that was cut out—cut out even before it stagnant pool and generate our own bower, the great rows of grand old Elm Dr. I Mrs. Dr. CHAMLEYI CO.
promoters that have been in down each paragraph making I existed, which is one of the remarkable disease.
i tnva meeting over-head ami making a "Itnett, S«ti«M«. Cn«t«rt Case». t»K<«s<t ltvt«f
A 43AE V «tenets St. SanFraedsce, Cal.
Portland were the ones who similar comment, but what’s the
green arch over the highway Thi» ride 4340
'NDLY MAIL THIS • wm < m ■« CANCER
came in to promote cement pav use. Mr. Chapman has shown
Bits of Travel
how effective a little stimulant in
of Daniel Weheter.
Dear Friend: Washington the l>eaiiti- > ! Julian Smytlie of New York, delivered
A GOOD HOUSEHOLD SAIVE
At thi« writing I am looking out on
Again, he Mys, “Every countv and the form of advertising is, in his
fol—our Washington—what a -taiely
every community should have a tax own sheet at that.
We refuse building ia thie—our capital at Wash •n<! diction and spiirtual fervor to the the Atlantic Ocean from a cottage at Ordinary ailment» anil injuries are
Ocean Bluff« (rightly named) and my not of themaeive« »eriou«. but infection
payers association, committee of which to believe the argument offered
What a charming view ia thia last “Round Table," (an inner circle) thoughts wander to the far Pacific and
can look into public improvements in
is his own. it sounds too much from the height over looking the amphi- where we listened to an inspiring ad- I realize more than ever the marvelous or low vitality may take them dan-
an impartial wav."
Don’t neglect a cut, tore,
th«*atre of the Potoma«-. The statue of dre«i by fxiuis Poet, National Ami»taiit
of this gram! country ot ours. bruise or hurt because it'» »mall. Blood
That is just right, if they will like the stuff the bitulithic pro Freedom on the dome towering :<07 feet Commissioner of ljilmr. His topic wax: wonders
East, West, North and Month all mirror
just be impartial. But we have moters have been running in the above the esplanade The “Library of “What it is to be a Christian." It was 1 forth the handiwork of a great creator. Poison ha, resulted from a pin-prick or
For all such ailment» Buck-
And then Chapman CoagreM," justly celebrat* <1 a« a mar a masterly setting forth of th«* new
a taxpayers league in Portland.
Halve is excellent. It pro
velous achievement of architectural church doctrine of th«* "grand man."
Lucia F. Ad<iiUin tect» and heals the hurt; is antiseptic
After the first breath of excite
many statements in one short beauty. Thi» building was complete*! He showed so plainly the fai-t that
ment was over this league failed
PLEASANT VALLEY ” ® kills infection and nrevents dangeroui
in 1*97 at a coat of 3H.OOO?<00.
while we were christianizing the indi |
Good for all Hkln
to show up on this question. Are article that are so easily con There is so much of interest in this vidual man, we permitt«*«! th«* savage
--------------------------------------------------- (2 Blemishes,
we to conclude that the “Tax
great capitol city.
The Smithsonian social man to go untamed and un
T. J. Krueder ol Creston was a Valley Ecxema. Get an original 2 ounce 25c
Payers’ League” were divided in T^HE Herald is ready to assist Institute found«»! in ISItt by the gener-' christianized. Among the interesting ■visitor last Saturday
box from your Druggist.
opinions, some belonging to the -*■ in calling a halt on the osity of James Smithson for the “in reports of the various departments of Edw. Kelly of Albina was a visitor at
and diffusion of knowtedge the church life wa» the Woman'»
the Orang«* Safunlay.
bithulithic adherents and some operation of the Industrial Acci crease
There in more Catarrh In thin section of
National Alliance, the Young People's
Frank Donley left a few days ago for ti. • country th« i all ■ ih*r <h4en«»*« put ,
convinced otherwise? The »tax-1
dent Commission. The extension The New National Museum, a massive league, Social Service Commi»»ioii. the Ban Francisco where he will viflit the togtthrr, nnd until th»* hint few year*
payers league was a clam in this
granite structure 5»>1 x -YUi feet in area, Sex Educational league, and the Sun
was aiippoatuf to bn inrurabh
4raat ninny year« <1< m torn pronoun« »»I It a
of activities of the commission to being greater than any other govern day School Association Each section fair.
hx nl «llaeaae and pr<*B<*rlb» •! l«»»-»tl rema«
Kalis Foragren spent a few day*
diva, and by coriNtantly fulling to cure
unimportant institutions is a sure mental building except the capital. is Hik'd with deep study and thought, fore part of the week visiting
with I «<- h I treatment, pronounced it Iln ur-
hun pr«»\*‘ii <’. h ,rrh to b«» a
“An investigating committee should means of keeping
improved Then the other governmental buildings all tending to aid in bringing in a bet frien<ls in the Sandy country.
pom ' Ittulonnl dlirn. . and therefor» re
not go under the auspices of the pro machinery out of many places of where the work of carrying on a mighty ter, brighter, purer era.
P. F. Uhlig entertained friends from
( Ktarrh Cura, manuf»« ture<1 t»y I". J
nation, is to lie seen in operation in all
The trip to and from Boston to
moters of any particular type of im
(Tv n» y <K- <*o., Toledo, Ohio, Is the only
business. But the main issue its various departments. Every build Washington gave us a glim[w of a mov
'nnsHtutional cure on tliv market. It Is
provement. Do not make the mistake
Mr». Park Combs, who has lieen visit- < taken
Internally. It nets dirtily on »ha
ing panorama of delightful interest.
made by the Multnomah Grange Com
nnd mucous aurfaraa of the system
I ing with her parents, Mr. an*! Mrs. G.
one hundr«'d dollars for any
mittee of placing yourself practically
IL Kesterson, for some time, has re ■•. imo it falls to cure Rend for cl miliar*
under one group of promoters.”
those firms that apply for its in Perhaps no building appeals to our ture still in session. The anti-suf turned to tier home at Clatskanie.
Address F, J »’IfF.NHV 4 <’O. Toledo. O
woman ht^art more than does the
Unfortunately there is some surance facilities. If the man “White House” where the “first lady" fragists carrying on a vigorous cam J. H. Nolta vtoited over Bunday with Hold by l>rusalats. T.»«
paign against woman’s suffrage.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation
truth in this. The Grange Com ager of a business does not think of the land ha/l>e<*n each four years ia- The opiseition to the spectacular home folks in Portland.
Hay-making is the order of btiaineM
mittee took advantage of such as it worth his while to accept the stalled as queen.
moving picture achievement, “Th«*
among farmers hereabouts just now.
was offered it and saw all it privileges of the law that ought It was my privilege to attend a re Birth of a Nation” was still lieing hot Emeat Olson visited his parent, Mr. In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, for Multnomah County.
could and formed its opinions to be enough. It should not be ception tendered to the delegates and ly waged, (since been won by the film and Mr». A. B. Olson, Monday.
friends of the National Association ot owners, and right here let me say, that,
Mathilde C. Kruller,
without any pursuasion. Mr. the business of the Commission, the Church of the New Jerusalem, (I
P L. Bliss has invested in a new
Adrianna Kruller, Defendant.
having «een this wonderful production
To Adriano» Kruller, the above named
Yeon and Mr. Benson were in or its privilege, to saddle a attended as delegate representing the I can scarcely see why so much opptpri- Studebaker car.
vited to avail themselves of the monthly rental on a business un church in Oregon.) There was no tion. There might be some obj«'ctions Pleasant Valley Grange held an all In defendant.
the rtame of the State of Oregon you
session last Saturday, which was
same opportunity of enlarging less that business desires it. It pompt no show, but quietly the Presi possibly, on the plea that it will tend to •lay
are hereby required to appear and
the complaint tiled «gainat you
their views but they refused to may be the law, that is defective dent of the United Blates stepped into keep alive true historic Civil War fact» time, there being alsiut twenty-five •newer
in the above entitled suit on or before
the East room after we were assembled that might b«*tter be forgotten.
do so. They had "seen roads” on this point, and it may be the there. In a plain business man’s suit
rnemlsTs present beside« a nurnlsrr of •Inly 2», 1UIB, am! if you fail so to ap
If one would like to Bee “Bedlam let
pear and answer plaintiff will apply to
with another promoter and I fellows that administer it, but and in the most democratic way possible loose," one has but to go down tin* vinitors. A splendid program was ren said
Court for ths relief prayed for in
formed opinions that they re one thing sure the law will never he extended to each one a cordial hand ■tone steps into the subway underneath
said complaint, towit: a decree dls-
the bonds of metrirnony hereto
fused to change, or even attempt be satisfactory until the fellow and a pleasant smile. Yet my heart the Boston common. What would our the young people’s half hour, which is a ■olving
special feature of the lecture hour in fore and now existing between plaintiff
forefathers think or say could they but
to improve upon. The facts are who pays the assessment must
•nd yourself, and awarding the plaintiff
there were lines on the face and a witness the whirlwind of activity here. Pleasant Valley Grange. Three applica the care, custody and control of William
that there is not another bunch have the privilege of authorizing shadow
in the eyes that told of the tre The rush, the pell mell, going, coming; tions for membership were received.
Adrian Victor Kruller, a minor child of
of people in the county, except it This law was adopted, as we mendous bunlen of the times, which I*, the roar of the "mumc of the tunnels,"
plaintiff an<l yonrself, and for such
ing contractors, that knows more understand, for the benefit of was liearing. Our cordial loyalty and and to think that once upon a time TIRED. ACHING MUSCLES RELIEVED other and further relief as may lie
equitable in the premise».
about al) sorts of roads than the the workman and the employer. sympathy »honk! lie extended to him Governor Winthrop’s cows were peace Hard work, over-exertion, mean »tiff, Service of thia summons ia made up
fully eating tlie grass over head.
Grange Committee. If any one If the employer fails to avail heartily.
»ore muscles. Hloan's Liniment lightly on you by publication of the same in
pursuance of an order of the Hon.
No words of mine can portray the
applied, a little quiet, and your soreness
doubts it let them arrange a pub himself of the privileges of the beauty of Washington at this time of
N. Devi», Judge of the above
gins to be heard and hced«*d but the disappears like magic. "Nothing ever entitled Court, made on the 15th day of
lic debate of the subject. Mr. law it is his risk, for he will the year It is always a beautiful city
great electric car ty«tem of the Bay helped like your Sloan's Liniment. I June, 1916, directing »uch publication
Yeon, Mr. Benson, and several have to pay the losses if his help but now its lovlineas is at its height. State, is furnishing at small expense can
never thank you enough," write» tobe made in the Mt. Hcott Herald
others, have formed the opinion is injured. If he prefers to pay All the greenes», freshness and beauty the means by which even the people of one gratified nser. Htop» »uttering, once a week for »lx consecutive weeks,
h’iug made on June
that there is only one sort of it by a compromise, or as a of spring and early summer ia so strong small mean» can go at the “call" The ache» and pain». An excellent counter- Jo’l *
,h* l<rt Publication on
ly in evidence.
irritant,batter and ckaner than muatard.
roads worth considering. There judgment, that should be his A word may not be out of place as to
10,000 mile« of track, ie said to be the All Druggists. 2&c. Get a bottle today.
John Van Zante,
may be further reasons even less privilege.
theof work the convention held. Every largest street railway system in the
. . .,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Penetrate» without rubbing.
John Van Zante, 314 Rpalding Bldg.
Published Every Thuroday at lx*nt«, Ore., by the M t . S cott P c « lis hi no C o .
I WILL GIVE SlOOt
Any LUMPin WOMAN S BREAST