Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923, July 22, 1915, Image 4

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MT. SCOTT HERALD
Health In The Suburbs
Enterrai a» >eoond Clan Matter February IW. 1914.
At poxtoffice. Lenta. Oregon, Under act of Man'll 3, 1579
Published Every Thursday at Lenta, Ore., by the M t . S cott P vbiishim » C o .
H. A. DARN ALL, Forros and M akaobb .
Office Phone: Home B-8U1-11U.
Residence Tabor 2*13
BY LOH A G. LITTLE
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An idea that ought to take hold ot dith-rviit t*> x<H*i»l injuxlic«* fnuu which
the puldic mind ami lead in action ha» In* ha* no* himxclf xuffcnxl.
Alni when <
l>eeu sprung by a St. Louis man. This it happen* that hn ban xiill<*n*l, then he !
genius would replace the useless Iwasta. ix inclined to doubt the etlivaey of mn-iai
| birds au<l reptiles oi the Zoos in oily action anil to declare hiinxell able to1
parks
with
domestic
animals
He light hi* own Iwttlra xingle hand*d.
As Implied
in what we said last week in this
N accordance with a rumor state would forever be deprived thinks cows, mutes, liens, geese and the I am coining to boliev*, therefor«, ;
same space, a nice little bank ac­
lie who join* an organixation for
heard about the middle of of all income from its forests. like are fully as beautiful as bears, that
camels and pelican*, and twice as inter­ the promotion of the public g*xxl re- I
count
in a convenient place,
Mav, Mr. S. Benson is cam- There is a question if the slope esting. He would educate the youth of ccivra tharafroni greater lM<netit than he
makes a mighty nifty club to
paigning the state with the mo- lands of
counties will tlie land to distinguish lietween a l>ratow* by hi* xervuv, howetcr capable !
Berkshire and Pnlahd China, a Hereford end devoted tin* latter may In*.
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wear
very
rapidlv
when
all
use on the old wolf we call ‘Hard
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the wild vegetation has been re- and a Holstein, a Ix-giiorn and a Houae-to-lioute work <>( any kind |
Times’ when he comes prowling
(and I have done a variety of kind*), I
to bond themselves to the ex- move(j from them, owing to the Plymouth Rock.
round your door.»
all our shrewdness, we Yankees while hard work, ix extremely enter- 1
tent of ten million dollars with heavy rainfall that prevails, par- arv With
still a childish and semi-barbaric taining.
One tind* many int**re*tiiig
THE
MULTNOMAH STATE BANK
which to build hard surface ticularly on the western slope of folk. When we arv full-gmwn and l**ople and meet* with all kinda ot ex- i
is right handy
roads. Of course Mr. Benson the Cascades.
With the timber quite civilised we shall know that tlie |>erien<*- The xign " Agent and I'nller*
has not mentioned the particular all gone and the soil washed of greatest tiling in life is to unite U m * anil Not Wanted” ie more frequent in Port-
9ort of roads he intends to build its food elements, these lands Beauty. To do this would la* Io trans­ land than in any other place I know.
form the life of faxlay.
It would make II might lx* expected that a crablwxl
(“he intends to build” is used will be next to valueless. There us over and make our institutions over 1 j l.ouaelmlder
dwelt behind thi* forbid- !
intentionlly 1 but it is safe to say ■ is a better way than that.
Most of our present a tn use taenia would ding sign but xm-h i* not the caae; it I*
that they will be bitulithic. Any
There are probably 2,000,000 disanpear, and some of our tasks. The ' usually aonie 'MH* who feel* defence I«*«
one who spent as much time and acres of this land covered by Zoo is not tlx* only thing to tie altered before the wile* of a ranvaxaer Of
personal effort to throw the con­ marketable timber, mature and by it. nor tlie most important. But coiirxv no really experienced vnuvaaeer
better begin there than not at all.
herd* xuch a xign, and merely ax
tracts to the bithulithic people as growing. This timber if proper­ I have seen, in England, sheep grat­ I ever
an advertisement of the fraling of tlx-
he did in this county, will not ly handled by the state will be a ing in the city parka. This dis|M*mws I owner it would *eem hardly worth
have forgotten the same bunch greater resource than any agri-, with lawn mowers, and sheep an* an while. A bulldog on the porvli would '
: tic««! by farmer» fur ut least twenty-
of constructionists when it comes cultural land that can ever be «»rraeable feature of tin* landacai» and a I lie a more effective deterrent, But a j t
> Ove year*. The drawback la that po*-
| *ibly the atraw might catch Ora and
rather :
natural and economical great muxxled bulldog, again. I*
to spending the proposed ten Carved out of it. By properly
burn up the poaalbllltica of a crup.
handi<-ap|M>d.
On th« whole, while a
millions. But the people of the handling
is meant that the land I rerociou*
.. . and ; noisome animal*, ax an man’* houne ix hi* caatie, I think lie
a >
Mao th» pro*«** la profitable only when
lull -
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• ■hr ha* a large aniouut of straw that
state will have had time to con­ should be subject to expert in- exhibition, are on a par with the vice nuxne it wtien be doea not let down the *
can lie |M*rinltt«d to rot.
sider by the time the proposed spection and only mature timber exhibition now paraded by certain drawbridge when lie get* a friendly
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hail.
bond issue is to be voted. The sold from time to time and the *rong-head*d folks, and held Io I m *
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same tactics that have been trash and underbrush kept ne,''’**arJ {or ,he reffioration of «octal
• Mta-X
'•-» )nera»T**-H» : NOTES OF THE HOG LOT. Î
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’ V’irture. The grade of mind capable of
Tie- hooked serven door make» a good
used in this county will not be properly
removed
so that im- the one _
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would be capable or trie other detenía* and at the earn« time givra a
adaptable when it comes to vot- j mature and grow ing timber may ¿nd, to date, thia i» the grade of mind chance to parley. But when, in U m * . FIGHTING CA3CAGE WORMS.
It’s false ecouoiuy to feed corn alone
ing a bond issue on the state. It not be disturbed.
A few dozen that control* in public affairs, tih * st. sulmrl«, I walk up to a <loor that stands D‘ff*rant Remedies Thai Can Be Used
io
the bogs.
may be possible to control all the trees annually from each quar- L»ui* man, and Un* great weekly maga- open and the screen unhooked. 1 know
For the Post.
Itegulnrily In feeding fattening bogs
There
arc
•«•verul
remedies
I
hat
con
Section
will
yield
far
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seconded
hi*
motion,
«re
I shall find within a big soul and an
newspapers in a county but it is ter
la very important.
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a promise of a new' order.
open mind. And I titink of Sam Wai trol the calilM.gc worm. *nyx n writer
hardly probable that the papers more to the state than any in­
Pure air. pure waler, clean food and
In
the
Mlcblgnu
Farmer
llot
water
ter Fuse's poem “The House by the
a clean place to sleep make bogs profit
in the state will be as sub­ come it could ever secure from To be a "jiner” is sometime* held Co Side
of the Road.” of which tlie follow­ heated to a t«*m|M*ralure of Kin dr able.
servient to "personal influence.” taxes on cultivatable lands of be a sign of weaknee*; but I am having ing is a stanza.
greea F. and lilwrnlly sprayed or dash
Constipation la very rare In a herd
Then there are several other like area. The witholding of such an experience thw day* (circulating an “Let me lies in my house by Ute side of ed over the plants will kill ull woiiii - ut fattening hogs that have all the
with which It comes In contact rih I clean water they will driuk.
obstacles. The people of this an area from cultivation would initiative petition) which proves the the road.
Where the rate of men go by,
leave the cabbage* unharmed.
contrary.
The
individual
who
natural-
Ilogs km** to tbe minute when feed
county have just bonded them­ limit agricultural development to
They are good, tin-y arv had. they art*
Pyrethrum used nt a rale of two Ing time cornea, and If not fed will
selves for their own roads. some extent but it would also others, especially in voluntary aasocia- weak, they are strong,
ounces to five gallous of wntrr ami fret off part of their prvvloua gain.
Wise, foolish, and so am I.
When it comes to bonding the supply occupation for a consider­ tiona for the public welfare, has un­ Then
Iton't make the mistake of allowing
why should I sit in the scorncr's sprayed at frequent Interval* will < >t>
trol the worms. It can I m * dusted ou In the young l»>ara to run with the gilts
state for road building this able number of forest tenders doubtedly reached a stage of growth far seat,
hurl tin* cynic's ban?
powder form when cabbage* are damp until they are three or four mouths old.
county will clearly be called up­ and that in a measure would off- >n advance of tbe one who iu*ld* aloof Or
let me live in my liouae by Ute able of Buy pyrethntm In cloned tin rvlalm-ra.
Feed a large variety of food, but
on to pay about a third of what­ set the limitation put on settle- ,rom '’nraniiation* The latter in hie the road.
aa It loses Its strength l>y espo-ure. avoid sudden change«—that la. do not
And lie a friend to man.”
This powder la not |M>bn>i>ous to human change the whble ration at any ooe
ever is voted. With the memory ment for agricultural purposes. _________ _ —-----------------------
beings. A third remedy b kerowne time
of how they have been hoaxed The foresters would have their K
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______ - are looking fur work. Tlwy appear V. emulsion
applied as a spray, but It han
The aucreeaful breeder always gives
be most worthy people,
right at home it is hardly prob­ homes in the timbers they cared
CHERRYVILLE
the disadvantage of being required to his hogs all the clean water they will
A runaway team belonging to some come In direct contact with the worms drink before he idre« them their grain
able that the majority of people for and thus the state land 5----
wood dealers, Monday evening, tipped a to destroy them
ration.
in this county could be induced would take care of a large num­ Old Sol, the hay-maker, is on ileck.
Kerosene emulsion In made of two
load into tie- Carter fence on lenox
The brood •ow need« a nil rail diet
or seduced to vote another bond ber of people by direct employ- Summer camper» continue Co nuix* aventie.
gallons of kerosene, half a pound of with plenty of food rich In protaln
out
and
are
all
over
the
hills.
whale oil soap (or one quart of soft Early maturity la Important In a profit
issue for road building, when ment. The advantage of such a
soap) and a gallon of water Dissolve able bog.
they may be sure that the con- plan is that the state would have One could not imagine more delight­
the soap In boiling water and pour In
HOOD VIEW
ful summer sreatber than we are now
Mrs. Grant's Retort.
tract is as well as awarded be- a perpetual resource in its tor- having.
the kerosene while still boiling (Take
No insect pests, no frightful
The Grant administration brought a
Mr*. Tom Hagen of 8t. Paul, Minn., the materials away from the Are for
fore the proposal is even made ests that should serve very ma­ storms nor oppressive heat.
brilliant throng of military officers to
and Mr*. Steve Downey of Portland
this.) Agitate thoroughly by
tiie capital, and the young people of
te call an election for the purpose terially in reducing state taxa- Fred Beechel, who lives up near spent Thursday with Mrs. C. J. H-d doing
pumping the material through a force
the president's family—be had a
of voting the bonds. That con- tion of agricultural or city prop- Brightwood, say» he was born and way.
pump and forcing It from the noxxle
daughter and several sone-- made tbe
raised in Canada ami says he was per­
Mr. T. Fletcher and family are pre­ back upon Itself again.
dition existed right here in this erty.
White House gny. Mrs. Grant was
This makes a solution and muat be
paring
to spend a couple of weeks with
tonally
acquainted
with
many
of
tlie
plain In appearance, unpretentious tn
county, but it was impossible to
diluted from fifteen to twenty times to
It has been decided at Salem Canadian regiment, known ax the I’rin- friends at Bridal Veil.
manner, but genuinely hospitable and
get people to see it that way un­
use on the cabbages. Paris green used
cewi
Pats,
which
regiment
wax
nearly
Mr*.
Nettie
C.
Taylor
of
St.
Paul,
quicker w It ted than ahe was generally
that
the
city
has
no
authority
to
at
the
rate
of
one
pound
to
150
gnllons
til after the contracts were
given credit for being.
cut to pieces in the battik of the Ypre* Minn., is spending the summer with
of water can I m * used safely until the
Addressed In French by a young <111-
awarded. We know it now. And kill a man’s dog without a just in Belgium. Of the 1654 mem tiers of her daughter, Mrs. F. M. Barrett.
heads are half grown, or until within
lomat at one of her receptions, she .re­
we know the motive that lies compensation. There is every this celebrated command only 154 re­ Mrs Frank Miley and her brindle about four or five weeks of harvesting. sponded
In English.
reason why such a ruling should sponded to roll-call,after th« l>attle and pup called on Mrs. C. J. Holwav and These are the most Important methods
back of this proposition,
“Ah!" said the bumptious foreigner,
of controlling this pest.
have similar value in Portland. I of the 24th Montreal, mostly French other friends in Hood View Friday.
attempting tn I m * facetious. “Madam«
make the thing doubly safe
Mrs. Becker left for Seaside Monday
Kanuekx, not a one of them responded
does not atM*nk French? How surpris­
ap
.
Hence
if
the
poundmaster
Benson has already been
U> roll-call as the entire regiment was for a two week’* stay.
Swiss Chard.
ing! In Europe all the Indies of tbe
.
kills
your
dog
and
sells
the
skin,
The K w I hh chard la hardly appreclat upper class x|H*ak Fr**m h and geu«ral­
pointed on the advisory commit-
killed, wounded or captured.
This
Progressive young læople in Hood
tee, by suggestion, which will he should pay you for the dog.
awful war is surely what Gen. Sherman View have built themselves a fine «<1 enough ns a producer of ample and ly two or three other languages be­
*aid it wax. One thing will grow out of tennis court and they contemplate a continuous supplies of bulky foot). A sides.’*
co-operate with the state high­
row of chard thirty feet long, cultivat­
President Wilson’s policy of tlie war and that is the complete down­ lot of fin« sport this summer.
"I know," said Mrs. Grant dryly, "and
way commission. Then it will “regulating” big business in- fall of king-craft ami priest craft, and it Miss Erma Fish was a visitor at the ed the same as a row of lieet*. will fur- can understand why this muat l>e on
a continent divided into so many small
not be likely that laboring 9tead of “making war” on is ample time too as they have ruined home of Mr*. Walter Baker in
kingdoms, some of them smaller than
people can be misled again into business simply because it is every country where they gained the Johns last week.
! our smallest states, each speaking a
complete
ascendency.
thinking that they are all going
tearing~f ruit. Pros­
! different language, but In our great,
united country, one language only Is
to get jobs, for they are observ­ perity is sweeping over the Two miaeionariex or emissaries were FIRED. ACHING MUSCLES RELIEVED
spoken
from end to end of IL We need
in
this
neighborhood
last
week
seeking
ing how the several contractors country, such as has not been
Hard work, over-exertion, mean stiff,
no other.”
converts and they surely rvt-eived but
are failing to live up to promises
yea^-(?)
Tko abashed foreigner retired.—Ex-
little encouragement. They probably sore muscles. Sloan’s Liniment lightly
' change.
applied,
a
little
quiet,
ami
your
soreness
made about the first of April.
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were abont as feeble intellects ax were
Native bom married men are
There is some comfort in the ever sent forth in a doubtful enterprise. disappears like magic. “Nothing ever
helped like your Sloan’s Liniment.
I
not having any special considers- thought that Europe will run At one place were some bright young can
letter heads, envelopes, cards, bill
never thank you enough,” writes
ladies
ont
on
a
summer
vacation
where
tion either, except on one line of out of cash and credit before it
heads, auction notices and posters,
one
gratified
user.
Stope
suffering,
they were guyed unmercifully.
Let no
improvements, and that is on has exhausted its supplies of one call this ridiculous system a religion aches and pains. An excellent counter-
dodgers, announcements, etc, at Mt.
the class of construction opposed men.
Hcott Pub. Co., office, Lente.
' for it is nothing but a gigantic cornora­ irritant, better and cleaner than mustard.
by Benson and his friends.
tion for the enrichment of the ring lead­ All Druggists, 25c. Get a bottle today.
Everybody concedes that the ers like the 12 Apostles and the Bishops Penetrate* without rubbing.
HUMM0N8
VMT HILE they are discussing earnest school ma’am has earned and Ehlers, all of whom are enormously
In th* Circuit Court of th* State of
Oregon, for Multnomah County.
methods of handling the her summer leisure if she rich.
There lx more Catarrh In thle aeetlon of
Mathilde C. K miler, Plaintiff
U m ' ountry than all other dlxeaxex put
V«.
Tlie
<
iovernor
xayx
tlie
land
in
tlie
S.
railroad lands why not discuss chooses to permit herself to have
Adrianu* Krnller, Defendart.
together, and until the laat few year*
i
P.
railroad
land
grant
“
ought
to
be
waa
auppoaed
to
be
Incurable
For
a
To
Adrianu*
Krnller,
the
above
named
some plan for having the state it
many yeara doctor* pronounced It a
defendant.
xoid at a reasonable valuation.” The great
THBBB IB DBM ABD FOB «»IM CBABD.
local dlaeaae and preaertbed local reme­
take them over and dispose of
In the name of the State of Oregon you
dies.
and
by
conatantly
falling
to
cure
One interesting prospect for SuprMne Courtof the L. B. ha* Jnatde- with local treatment, pronounced It Incur­ nlah plenty of greens for a family of are hereby required to appear and
niauuci as
<*o to
w pay
,
r
au- land
1---- 1 mint
----- .* lie
i------
«u at a
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them in such ii a a manner
cided that the
sold
92.50
able. Selene haa proven Catarrh to be a
else. As fast as the outside anawer the complaint (lied againit you
’9 that
Bryan and Col. an
ar acre and
and no
nomore
ani) the
|tie Attorney
Atu,rni.y constitutional dlaeaae, and therefore re­ average
for them. It
1 has been proposed
more, and
quires constitutional treatment.
Hall's leaves are taken off the growth Is re­ in the above entitled *uit on or lielore
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w—-i
— wJ take the lands Roosevelt will be rivals for the General of the r. s. ha» ruled repoau*d- Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. newed, and moderate pickings may tie July 29, 1915, and if yon fail *o to ap­
that
the
state
Cheney A Co., Toledo. Ohio, la the only
pear an<l anrwer plaintiff will apply to
over, pay the railroads' for their leadership of the prohibition iy the name way. Of coune the Constitutional
cure on the market. It Is gathered from each plant during the
taken Internally. It acts directly on the season. In localities where consumers xaid Court tor the relief prayed for In
investment in taxes, interest.
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Governor ix inspired by the big bank* blood and mucous surfaces of the system.
xaid complaint, towit; a decree di*-
I
I Farm and i
Garden ♦
m
w
etc., and a reasonable balance.
Getting home is not the least ¡«gent be ix. Tlx* Governor better eon-
That all cultivatable untimbered
delights of the vacation
hi* xpceeh on Oregon.
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L. .a —A _ « . _ *
I “Oh, my friends! The mountains rise
lands be opened . for settlement j season. — e,
up to the skies and tlie rivers run down
%t once and sold at profitable
j to the seas in Oregon.**
figure. That the timbered lands
Some men court in haste
be opened for settlement as soon repent in Court.
but ?
GILBERT
£
as the timber can be ad­
GILBERT
The wise man has doubts
vantageously sold and that un-
cultivatable land be reforested. the fool is always positive.
Bennett Chapel Sunday School will
That in the main seerfis to repre­ July has its compensations
“ .picnic at..®ul* ^un DeIt T'“*t,jr
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I Special car* will take pasaengers at
sent good business policies but among which
are »roasting ears. R*mapo. Fare will not exceed-15 cent«,
there is one thing objectionable.
round trip.
Under this plan the timber
A word to the strenuous is J. F. Dickmaon __
, deaf
and w..«,
wife, Wll
both
would soon be cut off and tbe sufficient-if you call him a liar, mutes, l^actM Mr'iian^, Tnd
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They offer one hundred dollars for any
case It falls to cure. Send for circulars
and testimonials
Address: F. J. rHKNBT * CO.. Toledo. O
Bold by f>ru**lsts. 7le
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
have beioine used to this plant for
greens there Is considerable market de­
mand. Almost anywhere a demand
•may tie developed by giving away a
pound or ao of the leaves to customers
buying other vegetabloc.
Good Reply.
Potatoes Under Straw.
The teacher was drilling the claae In
One rather «nusnal way of growing
mental arithmetic.
“Now, boys,” be eald, “here ta an potatoes la to lay the seed on the pre­
eaay one. A man dealring to go into pared soil and cover with straw to a
buaineea borrow* 91,000,000 at 10 per depth that wig keep the seed moist
cent for four year*. What** the re- The potatoes develop Just as they
would If planted In the ground, and the
•alt? Quick r
Fifteen hands ebet up and tftoen tubers are formed above ground and
under the straw. The roots strike
voice* shouted in chorus:
“Tbe man goes broke.“—Lento
'b«
t
•olving the bond* of matrimony hereto­
fore and now exiating tietween plaintiff
and youraelf, and awarding tbe plaintiff
the car*, cnatodv and control of William
Adrian Victor Krnller, a minor child of
plaintiff and youraelf, and for each
other and further relief a* may be
equitable in the premia«*.
Service of thia *ummonx i* made up­
on you by publication ot the aama in
pursuance of an order of th* Hon.
Georg* N. Davis, Jud** of th* abov*
•ntltled Court, made on tbe 15th day of
June, 1915, directing inch publication
to be made In th* Mt. Bcott Herald
2nce “
ior ,!1 '»»••cnflv* w**k*,
made on June
17, 1915, and th* laat publication on
July 2», 1»15.
John Van Zant*,
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Attorney for Plaintiff.
John Van Zante, 114 Bpaiding Bldg.