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MT. SCOTT HERA ED
Entere«! a» Se«»»n<! Ulas* Matter February IS, I9U.
At ptwtortiee. Lenta, Oregon. Untier act of March 3, 1879
political fraolom att ««aarntial element
It worked along
theae line« long before the organisation
of women seek in* an interview with Mr.
Taft waa founde«!. The affront wait not
offered to the \V. C. T. U., but it wa» a
high-brow indignity that is not appn»\«»l
of by uplift workers
Published Every Thursday at lents, Ore., by the M t . S cott P ublishing C o .
H. A. DARN AIL, E ditor
M anaobr .
Office Phone: Home B-dlll-1111.
Residence: Tabor 2S13
There are painters who never touch
Musicians who ever are still,
Who have not the gift of expression.
Lack adequate training and skill.
There are men with the dreams of the
Who never are known unto fame.
Whose spirits are filled with a music
And beauty they never can name.
There are orators doomed to be silent,
And singer* who never are beard;
There are actors untried and unnoted,
Who with the grand passions are
There are millions who struggle, □n-
Of wonderful gifts they poesees,
Whose spirits are ravished by glimpses
Of thoughts they can never express.
Slimmer days are nearly gone.
In »pile of the dust, die auto» and
motorcycles continue to -throng the
A S AN instance of the ration- roads.
ality of the meter system as TIi»* tire raging around t'lackamiu»
proposed by Commissioner Daily, Ijike has tilled the air with stuoke.
tire is worse around Shell R«x-k.
especially from the standpoint This
and at this writing is not yet under con
of the small property owners we trol).
call the attention of the op At a surprise given to Miss Grace
ponents of meters to one case Shank last Saturday night instead of a
just brought to our view. Two linen shower they they gave her a
shower of cats. Miss Shank said she
water bills just came to our at did
not supi»*e it would rain dogs and
tention. One was for $7.60 on a cate in the dry season. They now have
property 70 by 100, for three music all night long.
months. The other was for Some of our people an* putting tip
property 100 by 120 and came to Oregou grape jelly and have secured a
Now any reasonable ready sale for it at $1.80 a dozen tumb
system of reckoning the smaller On account of the heavy balance of
lot should have paid the higher trade in our favor great quantities of
rent, but the larger property gold an' being shipped to this country.
was on a meter. Its bill was One ship trotn England recently had
$52,000,000 and another one from New
$4.40. If a meter system were Zealand
arrived at Frisco with $17,000,*
adopted some other fellow who l ax' and others are on the way. We
is using double his just allowance now have more gold than wa» ever
on a fiat rate would pay more own«»I by any two nations in the world's
and make up the deficiency. ! history. We are something in ttu* fix
Under the flat rate plan the of the ancient mariner as toll! by lir
poet Colendy, who being becalmed ón
small user pays for the big user’s the Indian Ocean, looked out over tl>e
The decision of vast deep and exclaimed, water! water!
the individual who paid the $7.6o. everywhere, and not a drop to drink
is that he will install his own So it is with us, gold! gol»l! every
where, and not a penny to l»e had.
meter and save money by it.
This -tab* of affairs will*not last long.
Somebody has started the The greetly wretches who haw this vast
sum will be compelled to let loo** be
movement for the continuation fore long
of the fairs at Frisco for Tlie Germans say theyjwill soon change
l»ack to Petersburg again, anil
another season. Why not. ? That it Petrograii
begins to look as if they might. With
suits us perfectly. We weren’t I an army as with any other movement,
able to spare the time for it this success means additional eucces. Hav
ing formed the habit of pushing the
Perhaps we will be in jjtiseians back, but at an enormous l<w,
The world contains many an artist,
Who knows not the technique of art;
Who knows not the tricks of the rhymer,
And yet is a poet at heart;
Who knows not the use of the chisel,
Nor the deftn* ss of eye or of hand.
But whose spirit is fllle*i with a longiug
He never can quite understand.
LURING WILD GEESE.
Live Decoys Are Often Used and Made
to Play..Ahe Traitor.
Atne icau wild gee»*' each spring mi
grate mm waters of tire »outItem I
slate« to the »bore» of the Arctic In
uortheru Cauada. The two great com
mon varieties of th*' bird are the honk
era ami the wavy, or white, goose.
ltotii of these arc extensively hunt
ed. Covering, as they do. about 5,<MMt
miles on their annual migration, three
birds rest at various places en route
and are thus shot by s|sirtsmen a I moat
across the length of the continent. The
birds have a peculiar trait of always
leaving one of their numlwr ou look
out while the rest feed.
To aid In the shooting of wild geese
live wiki ones, captured young and
raised In captivity, are often placed in
feeding grounds In likely territory on
the line of flight of the migrating
flock». These decoys are terrible tral
tors and by their calling often bring
the flying one. within sb*M>tlng dis
tance of the sportsmen, who lie In hid
den |*its near at hand.
Painted decoys, shs|>ed like geese and
made of steel, are also used by the
hunter» In the latter case the men.
from their hiding pla<-e In the pita, call
the birds by using a goose call, a metal
Instrument like a flute, which mimics
the sound of the gt»u>e with remarks
ble realism l*hlla<ietphla North Amer
Is to make our bank a mu*
tual benefit to the com
munity in general and to
our patrons in particular.
Our experience and equip
ment combined with a de
sire to PLAY FAIR,
makes it possible for us
to do so.
Give us a fair trial.
THE MULTNOMAH STATE BANK
WRITING ON METALS.
By ths Use of Wai and Acids Etchings
May Easily Be Made.
Usually a man attempts to put hl»
name on hl» metal |a»ssr**|ona by
scratching with a tile or knife point
and* makes the |»Hireat sort of a job
it h> really very easy tu write on any
nietiil -the blade of a jackknife, a
watchcase, skate* If one liap|»en» to
know how, and the attractiveness of
There are poems unsung and unspoken,
the Inscription 1» limited only by the
Transcending the limits of art;
artistic ability of the Individual.
Therv are visions unpainted that linger
Cover the place where you wish to
In the innermost realms of the heart;
write with u thin coating of melted
There ate writers who never have
beeawat. When the wax 1» cold write
plainly with any pointed Instrument,
being (»articular to cut the letter,
And sculptors who delve not in stone;
through the wax to the metal.
There are spirits who thrill with *
Then mix one ounce of muriatic acid
ami one-half of an ounce of nitric acid
Yet strive on in silence alone.
or smaller quantities in the same pro
portions (aud remember that those
Mayhap there's f run ion and answer
adds are deadly poisons*, aud apply
Somewhere in the regions of bliss.
the mixture to the lettering with n
In worlds that are yet undiscovered,
feather, carefully Alling each letter.
For unfulfilled longings in this.
Allow the adds to remain from one
At last they may find their lost visions. better shape another season, they will probably continue to do so to ten minutes, according as the etch
And there are others probably uni«» tliey run out of men, money ami lug is to tie light or deep. Next dip
At last thev may reach to the goal,
the article in water, wash out the acids
The ones who fall short of expression who will find it far easier to get n,"n'Von*
melt off the wax. ami the thing 1»
And yet who are artiste in soul.
away from home next year who Frank convincted of an infamous crime done. A little oil should lie applied as
—J. A. Edgerton. !
could not leave this year. “ by the testimony of a ilegraded nigger, a finishing touch Hold, silver, iron
the present depression keeps up and sentenced to be hung, he was at or steel can la* marked In this way.—
TF WE accept all the state- a good many of US might as well the lari minute commutted to life ¡cu Youth's Companion.
merits concerning the conduct be living along the road gg prison men t. ami while in jail had hi*
Berthollet and Robespierre.
cut by a fellow convict; liter
It is said that the celebrated savant
of the Public Market there is where we are anyway, and 1 i throat
hovering between life and death for a Berthollet in the most dangerous times
some cause for complaint on the will he pretty near as cheap to i month, he wax finally dragged out of of the republic sustained hl» fearless
part of city dealers.
One of travel as it will be to stay at jail by a <-raxe«i mob ami hung. Ameri love of truth. Rome days prior to the
can history presents few sadder sights
these complaints covers a condi home.
than this and no other man wasever pur- found In a lairrel of brandy intended
tion that was anticipated before
The contractors, sus
by such a succetudon of misfortunes. for the army
the market was opened, and that
Home of the people have put Simon pected of poisoning were Immediately
is that the consumer does not book this year. Besides having Benson up as first citizen of Oregon, ami arrested, aud the wuffold waa already
prepared. Berthollet. however, exam
buy his products much, if any i a map of the state, the constitu hol«l him up as our great«*st exemplar. Inol the brandy and reporte«! it free
Benson is the man who objected to pay- from all adulteration.
cheaper than before the market
ing laborers $3 00 a day and making
"You dart1 tnaiutalu." »al« I Robes-
was established. Of course the
institutions, there are a lot of the hours of labor to eight. Th«' roads plerre to him. "that that brandy doe*
grocers really have no reason to
fine cuts of state buildings and bullt nn'ler thl* ch,P sn‘* 'Pon P“* l,ul not contain poison?"
complain about that. If the • .
$2.00 a day, and injutton them board-
As his reply Berthollet druuk off n
market dealers were selling con data on past officers of the state. ing at hi/.anipR ,t g.v00 a wwk In glass, saying. "I never drank so much
siderably cheaper than the re It will be found useful in every ,-ase of delay ami enforced idlqpess a before.
"You have plenty of courage!” ex
laborer has but little after a months
tailers there might be reason for
labor. Ho, Mr. Benson yon are not tlie claimed Robespierre.
"I had more when 1 signed my re
their feeling hurt. A9 it is it is
i first citizen of Oregon. The first citizen
port.” replied the chemist, and here
merely a choice of where the
and the best citizen must have a heart
the mutter terminated.
in him and you evidently have not.
customer buys, and they will do
To be zttcceseful is not tbe great desid
Seventh Century Needlework.
Mr». Unruh, Mrs. Hidden and Mrs.
Before the end of the seventh cen
There are, however, two legiti
A skunk got into a hen roost here tury needlework was carried to great
mate complaints, possibly. The county picnic at Peninsula Park last lately and killed 30 chickens. He was perfection in convent», where it win
grocers complain that they are week.
successful but in what way. As sure as use*! for the establiHhment of the
There was a general meeting of the
unable to buy of the farmers in county officers at the home of Mrs. the sun will rise on the morrow, we are church and the decoration of priestly
robes. Artists did not think It beneath
A Far Cry.
quantity at a figure below their Swope, on Wislnt-eday, for the purj»»se approaching a new «lay ami a new era their
dignity to trace the pattern» used
Ella Ml»» Antlqoe says she wishes
is merging into a better time when even
retail price on the market. That of laying plans for the county conven- i the poor ami lowly will get their just for embroidery in their natural colors. »he could step to the phone and call
A certain religious lady, wishing to tip her happy college days, Bella If
is irrational on the part of the tion on the _’5th and 2Sth of September. deserts.
embroider a sacerdotal vestment. ask
»he did she'll have to employ the long
farmers. A good many farmers An ex-President of the United States
ed no less a [lenttinage than St. Dun- distance phone Florida Times-Union.
who is being systematically exploited for
consider their time valueless. for the candidacy against the present
atan, then a young man. hut already
Rather than give the grocer a incumbent, Woodrow Wilson, has re E. F. Hannagan, a prominent manu noted for his artistic skill and taste,
Nothing but the harmony of friend
to draw the flowers and figures, which ship soothes »or sorrows. Without Its
few cents reduction on a load of cently been in the Pacific Northwest. facturing jeweler of Providence R. I., she
afterward worked In gold thread
sympathy there la no happiness on
vegetables or fruit, they will While in Portland this former president who has been visiting his brother, T. J. —Exchange.
refuse«) an audience to a body of electors Hannagan, left Saturday tor San Fran
stand all day in the market and
for the reason that they were women.
He is a delegate for the Fores
On top of ite railroad bond issue
sell it by the ounce, furnish the It is a well known fact that ex-President cisco.
ters of America, and will return by
A man took the following telegram Roseburg talks of a big bond issue for
wrapping paper or sacks and Taft does not favor giving the ballot to way of the Southern Pacific.
to a telegraph office: "Mrs. Brown, water and electric lights.
string, and dump a left over por any but a person of his own class. It Miss Stella Henderson has been vis Center Street: I announce with grief
tion for half price. If a farmer is recalled that when visiting the «.-oast iting Miss Mary Wall of Sherwood,: the death of Uncle James. Come
If your tires show wear try Walah
quickly to read the will. I believe we
is worth a whoop his time is on a former occasion Mr. Taft urged Oregon.
He will repair them. Expert workmen
women, since the right to vote ha«l been
Miss Ellen Erickson, who has been
valuable. He can’t afford to bestowed upon them, to go to tl»e polls visiting
The telegraph clerk, having counted handle the job. 931» Foster Road.
at the S. E. Johnson home, has
the words, said. "There are two words
stand all day on the market for an«l vote, meaning of course that tliey returned to Great Falls, Montana.
a few cents difference and he should vote for him. To pointedly re J. W. Brant and wife are parents of a too “Cut
out 'with grief.’ ” was the re In the Circuit Court of the State of
daughter, born last Thursday.
would be ahead if he would sell
Oregon, for Multnomah County.
Edward Clifton Coppie, Plaintiff, vs.
at wholesale at reduced rates. ate of a state simply because they are Miss Lillian Peterson has been en
interested in the welfare and and politi joying a visit from her cousin from
Ollie E. Coppie, Defendant.
In These Martial Days.
He expects that of the grocer. cal free«lotn of their class in other states Oregon City.
"You must not be so quarrelsome. To Ollie E. Coppie, the atiove named
If he buys five hundred pounds stamps Mr. Taft as a very small man, Mr. Calkins is putting the finishing Willie." said William s father Imprea
the name of the Htate of Oregon you
of flour he expects to get some appearance to the contrary notwith touches on a new house which the princi sfvel.v. "Remember that ‘the meek In are
hereby required to appear anil
answer, or otherwise plead to the com
pal of the schools will occupy thia shall Inherit the earth.'”
thing off, other things likewise. standing.
re- plaint filed against you in the atiove en
“Maybe they will hereafter,'
Why should he not treat the It is an act which women will re winter.
•ponded the yonng militant, "but title*! Court and cause, on or before
member. It is an act which women
around In my school they are used to (Jctolier 3, 1915, which is more than six
grocer in the same way.
will resent. It is an a*-t «inexcusable in
weeks after the date of the first publica
wipe up the earth.” -Chicago Herald.
The second complaint that 1 Mr. Taft as a private citizen an«i ought
tion of thia summons, ami if yon fail to
The readers of this paper will b*.
to learn that there Is at least L on<
appear and answer, or otherwise plead
seems reasonable, if true, is that to be fatal to him as a presidential can- pleased
What It Will Be Called.
dreaded disease that science has beer
to said complaint, plaintiff will apply to
able to cure In all Its stages, and that b
too many of the people who hold
Teacher In Civics—When we have the above entitled Court for the relief
cure now known to the medics everything in common and your busi prayed for in said complaint on file
places on the market are not ac upon his trip to the <:«>a»t that the en positive
franchised women of this section were fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutions ness is everybody's business, what Is nerein, to-wit: a decree dissolving the
tual producers, but are merely awake to every opportunity to assist in disease, requires a constitutional treat It called? Observing Rtudent—It Is bonds of matrimony heretofore anti now
ment. Half's Catarrh Cure Is taken In
ternally, acting directly upon the blood usually called gossip.—Judge
existing between you ami plaintiff, on
agents of one or more producers. securing political freedom for tlie wo and
mucous surfaces of the system, there
the ground that without cause or pro
That was not the intention of manhood of the nation and of the world, by destroying the foundation of the dis
vocation yon have deserted plaintiff, and
ease, and giving the patient strength b>
granting plaintiff such other relief aa
up the constitution and aeeletlni
the market promoters. It may and if he was not pre pared to meet that building
may be equitable in tlie premises.
in a straight forward and manly nature In doing Its work. The proprietor»
have so much faith In its curative pqw you tall me to do a tbtng, like a fool I
be a difficult job to draw the issue
This summons is published in pur*
way it were better he had remained at era that they offer One Hundred Dollsri
line, but there is a line and it home. The Woman’s Christian Tem tor any case that It fails to cure. Ben* g<> and do IL - Mrs. Hennypeck (acrid Buranen of an order of the Honorable 0,
for Hat of testimonials.
Jyh-No; you go and do It like a fool.— U. Gantenbein, Judge of the Circuit
Addrssn: T. J CRRNBT d CO. Toledo O
will have to be guarded most perance Union is earnestly working for
Court of the Htate of Oregon tor Mult
•eld by all Druggists, Tie
•wj’, York Poet.
J’ • »1
’ as .«
Tat« Hair» Family Hila for eoMtlpmito
the brtterment of the world and holds
nomah County, made oh August 25th,
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
NOTES OF THE W. C. T. 0.
Mt. Scott Pub. Co
The Mt. Scott He u’d
810 Main St. Lents, Ore
1915, directing publication of said sum
mon* to Is* made in the Mt. Hcott
Herald once a week for six consecutive
JOHN VAN ZANTE,
First publication August "(I, 1915.
Ijwt publication October 7, 1915.
Gonstlpedon Gauses Most Ills
Accumulated waste in your
feet of bowel« causes absorption of
poisons, tends to produce fevers, upsets
digestion. You baleh gas, feel stuffy,
irritable, almost cranky. It isn't you—
it’s your condition.
poisonous waste by taking one or two
Dr. King's Now Life Pills tonight. En
joy a full, free bowel movement in the
morning—you feel bo grateful Get an
original bottle, containing 3fl pills, from
your Druggist today for 25c.
T. M. Walsh la prepared to furnish
oil and gas at his shop on Foster Road
and 93d street.
Worms Cause Many Children’s Ills
Worms, by thousands, rob the child
of nourishment, stunt the growth, cause
Constipation, Indigestion, Nervousness,
Irregular Appetite, Fever and some
Kickapoo Worm Killer
gives relief from all these.
to on« of these pleasant candy lozenges,
taken as directed, kill and remove' tie
Worms, regulate your child's bowels
and restore its health and vitality. Get
an original 28c box from yonr Druggist.
Don’t endanger your child's health and
future when so euro and simple a
remedy can be bad.