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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 9, 1916)
Entered a* Second Ciao* Matter February 19, 1914.
At poatOÄee, I*enta, Oregon, Under act of March 3, 1879
Published Every Thursday at Lenta, Ore., by the M t . S cott PvaiuHtao Cd.
H. A. DARN ALL, E dito *
HOW 10 tttD AND ( AKE
EOK BRttDiNG CHICKENS
Re«t results are obtained from breed
ing liens that are housed in open front
Office Phone: Home B-6111-1111. Residence: Tabor 2*13
colony houwe* oil free range. Plenty of
lilwrly out of doors goo* a long way
toward guaranteeing good constitutional
HERE is a meeting of the ir worthy employee is disposed of. health. The hens ure able to find
rigation and Rural Credit It is liable to develop into a long plenty of green and animal food», which
boosters billed for the 9th of and expensive fight. Under the are essential to l«*»t result« in hatching
old system if an employee was and insure goo*I fertility in the egg*.
March, the motive in which is to
unsatisfactory he was dropped Plenty of exercise is one of the *e-
find some way to provide funds and that ended the matter. Un erets of good strong, fertile egg* Give
breeders a* much liberty as possible.
for irrigating all the dry lands, der the Civil Service plan if the th*
Make them scratch all their grain out
draining all the wet land and park department wants to assist of a litter of straw 6 to 12 inches ileep.
supply farmers with cheap | a needy man it is at the mercy See that the scratching apace i* ade
Don't crowd breeding hens in
money. Of course all this can of its employees, who will treat quate
be done if the money can be the temporary help as an intrud Feed a good laying ration. Avoid
found—secured, There are just er and set up a howl to have him 'stimulating foods and don't force for
two ways to get state support dropped. Under the civil ser heavy egg production. A good method
One is by direct taxation, pay- vice plan the employee is the of feeding is as follow*: Feed in the
morning a crumbly moist ma«h consist
ing the bill as we go. If there boss, independent and insolent ing
of three parts by weight wheat
is anyone in the state anxious to Under the direct appointment I ran. two parts middlings, on* part corn
have his taxes raised for this or the fellow will keep quiet and meal, one part ground barley, one-part
any other purpose let him speak. make good, admitting that the linseed meal and one-half pound salt to
100 pounds of tiie dry mixture
The other methods of financing less politics in it the better.
this with skim milk, buttermilk, or
undertakings of this sort is by
VVOULDN’T you like to be an water, and feed in trough* abont what
bonding and that, ultimately, ” independent railroad engi the iM>na will eat up in thirty minutes.
means more taxes. From the
neer drawing a salary of $1700 Between 10 and 11 o’clock enough good
looks of the delinquent roll in
plump oats are scattered in th* litter to
this county, and the whole state; to $3000 a year; or a fireman keep the hens busy a couple of hour*.
cashing checks running between About four in the afternoon whole
is about the same, it would ap
wheat is fed in the litter. Feed what
pear that the people are over $1000 to $1500; or a conductor, will be cleaned up well and at tiie same
with $1500 to $2000 dead sure?
loaded with taxes now. Then
And if you were, would you be j time fully «atisfy U m * fowls appetite* A
there are the boosters for state
| good grade of commercial beef scrap,
highways who are going to pro reaching for a 25 percent raise, grit, oyster shell, charcoal. and clean
pose a $20,000,000 bond issue for forgetting the ultimate producer water, should lie furnished in separate
hopper* or <1i«hra where the hens can
road purposes. After a while who must pay the advance by get al them at all time*. It is also very
the only fellow in the state with
desirable to supply sour skim milk or
a pleasant prospect will be the figure, or at less cost to himself, buttermilk for the hint* to drink Don't
in either case putting the burden forget to keep plenty of succulent green
the laborer who is the real food of some kind always at hand.
If the state really wants to
target for all fluctuations in If the above method is followed the
help farmers, ar.d to encourage
value. And when you have breeders will keep in good health and
agriculture it would make a big
produce egg* with strong germ*.
back center egg* go the outride ami lay •
er* shifted. Thia great labor cornea I** a
climax a lien the Chinaman ia endeavor-
ing to keep the hatching brood from
smothering under the rice.
In the province of Shangtung, egg»
are put in earthenware Jar*, which are
•et upon beds of brick and clay in
winch alow tires bqrti. Tiie eggs are
The consul at ilankow reports a
method he says is thousands of yearn
old. In buildings 50 feet long and 10
feet wide konga are placed along the
side*, each holding atsiul 100 doaena of
eggs. Straw is buruvd.
Heat in the
eggs is kept uniform by removal from
one basket to another, those on top of
one basket Is-ing placed in tire tmttom
of the adjoining one.
Method* of collecting eggs, export
method*. laws governing importation
into Pacific (Xiast slate«, and much
other information of interest to Oregon
poultrymen is contained in a bulletin
on ‘’Chinese Eggs," which may be had
fn-e by addressing the school of com
merce of the State University,
tMillelin allows, for example, tbs follow
ing comparison of transportation rates
on Chinese eggs from Shanghai by waler
and on Oregon eggs from four repre-
rentative points in Oregon by ex pre*:
Rates per 100 pounds. Freight rate
from Shanghai to Pacific Coast |s>rts
8-765. Ex pre* rate from LaGrando to
Portland, $1 20.
Express rate from
Pendleton to Portland, 81.30.
rate from Roeebiirg to Portland, 81-00
Express rate from Eugene to Portland,
Is more than half oi your business resource.
Character, reputation and business ability, all
count, but the cash back oi a man “talks,”
when it comes to business interest. This is
as true for a farmer as for a merchant. Hav
ing one of our check accounts will impress
your acquaintances with your financial stand
ing and appeal to them more than cash in
hand. For safety and influence carry a bank
THE MULTNOMAH STATE BANK
Lents Sta.. Portland, Oregon
Care of Hatching fiws
Eggs to be used (or hatching should
lie gatiiered at least once a day. Twice
daily or oftener is better if there is dañ
ger of freezing or severe chilhug, ar if
they are liable to become muddy from
feet of hens or set on by broody hen«
during the day. The egg is laid for one
purpose only; the hatching of a chick.
Help this purpose along by taking
proper care of the egg before retting.
Tlx« fresher the eggs are at time of
setting tiie better.
However, eggs can
tie kept ten to twelve days before
retting. When this is done they should
Is- kept in a cool reasonably dry place
sway from the sun’s rays and turned
once daily. A temperature of 60 <1«.
green to 60 <iegreea F. is right for keep
ing tiie egg*
Avoid keeping them
many days, as the vitality of the living
germ is lowered by holding.
keep tiie eggs in a temperature above ,*K)
degrees F. Select for hatching the kind
of eggs you wish to produce. The six»,
shape ami color of the eggs are inherited
Select well propor
tioned eggs. You cannot tell the rex
of the chicken an egg will produce ‘‘J
hit if it would pass 9ome sort of realized this to be a fact, what I
penal provision for real estate is the value of variation in wage
Poultry Raising In China
Land has reached
How kin rival in the egg burinera get*
such a figure in Oregon that only
The Oregon State Dairymen’s the batching done may be of interest to
independent people can afford to Association has an eye to busi-i
producer of Oregon, For the
own a considerable acerage. ness. They propose to quench i orthodox two way» in Oregon—those of
a hen or buying an incabator—
Thousands of prospective far the thirst Consequent to the dry I I i retting
are > often too expensive for U m *
mers have come to Oregon in the law by Supplying hot milk. And I Oregonian’* rival, who thereupon has
last decade with a few hundred they prove to US that it is Stimu- recoun** to one of several methods,
dollars only to find they could lating, exhilirating and all but The rival “ “*
just abont buy a five acre chick intoxicating
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i fresh and preserved eggs and 16,693.600
en ranch. They settle tempor
». . •
pounds of albumen and yolk, to all
Must be some c assy
• , in
arily in the city, hoping to find
' butter i ' countries.
their hearts desire and eventual they produce out at the county lBnd for example, between October 3.
ly they give up farming. If farm when 3837 pounds is esti- 1913. and August 31, 1914, 305,420 doz-
they could buy Oregon land for mated at $3105.20, in the year’s *'D*oi Uhioeae egg.
There are few chicken farms in China,
what it is worth they would be Statement
bnt nearly every Chinese family keeps
farming. The only way to over
hens. The millions of eggs produced
Moisture In Incubation
come such outrageous conditions |
daily are collections of a dozen or less
Good hatching requite* a definite
from each of a myriad of households.
is for the state to buy up some ,
amount of humidity but incubator*
No special attention is given to breed-
of the stump land and retail it to
vary in the percent of humidity in the
Of the many measures before Con-1 ing. Fowls are usually small and pro-
prospective farmers at reason __
egg chamber. An increare of 32.6 per
“',d lhe billowing
j cent in tiie number of chick* hatched
able figures, on terms if neces gre««, that proponed by Senator Kenyon | 1 dnce
some of tiie way* the egg* are hatched,
with the wetbnlb temperature at 87.6
sary. Where a man has barely
as reported by consular agents at re
enough for board, it would be great inaas of people. It i* a measure quest of the University of Oregon school wan obtained at the Oregon Experiment
Station ax againet a wetbulb tempera
possible for the state to furnish proposing a high graduated tax on the of commerce:
ture of 84.6. The chick* hatched under
him acerage with a 9mall house, income* of America’s expatriates, de
tiie former condition* were al*o heavier
ing in one poverty-stricken district near |
a horse, cow, hog and poultry on rived from their American propertie«. Chetoo. They strap eggs alxtut their than those where the temperature wae
time at low interest If such An expatriate i* one in exile or removed I waists under their outer garments and 84.6.
from hi* country. The
carry them till the chicken* come. This
were done prices would tumble income* Senator Kenyon [«•reon*
would tax are
Plant lice Sprays
and the town farmers would American* living abroad upon income« method is to save fuel.
In interior districts near Amoy, un
Spray* in common ure againnt lice are
take to the woods.
from properties in the United States.
husked rice is roasted and a three inch
NOTES OF THE W. C. T. U.
The present income tax make* no dis
Your Bank Account
«prays, oil spray*
An ounce of camphor diMoIvnl in a
pound of lard i* a good anti-ru«< pre- 1
paratimi that farmer* may uxc to cover
llw* bright parta of Uirir machine* The
acum that form* in making thi* mixture
niiould be taken otf. If it i* desired to i
When buyiug tree», did you ever
have the preparation the aame color aa
•top to consider whether the tree«
the machine, lead may tie added. The I
you were getting were grown with
mixture *110111*1 I m * applied to the Well
’’alien labor" or American«? Allen
cleaned part* an*I allowed to remain 1
labor ueually accompaniee low priced
about twenty hour*
Any exce*«* may '
tree* Have you liven encouraging
fu* rtibiied off
Tire mixture form* a i
coating that wilt take a good pollali , the employment of foreign labor or
when rubbed with a aoft cloth. Axle I have you «top|*ed to conatder the
queation Irotn thi« angle.
greaae i* al*> excellent for keeping plow
bottom« from ruating and may l>e u*ed
In a great many inetancea, Urenm
for the bright part*. Paint 1« a good
grown by white labor, ha« to
ru«t preventive l>ut har<l to gel off.—O.
compete with cheaper tree« grown by
A. C. Bulletin on Care of Farm
alien labor. Tbl« it a fact you prob,
ably dl<l not know but next time you
are buying tree«, would it not be
quite proper to accertalo come fact«
Dangers of Draft
on thi« point. If you are a good
Draft* feel tient alien we are hot and
American, believing in American
(«•rapiring, ju*t when they are moat
ideal*, no doubt you will give pre
dangerou* and tbe renult i* Neuralgia,
ference to the Nursery who employ«
Stiff Neck, Sore M ia*l«i or aometimea
an attack of Rheumatism.
<aM« apply Sloan'« Liniment. It atimu-
In thi« connection, it may intereat
you to know that a great many of
Iat<** circulation to tiie »ore and painful
the men Connected with our com-
part. The blood flow* freely and in a
pany, have liven engaged In the Nur-
►hurt time the «tiffiie** ami pain leave*.
•cry protection for thetmat twenty
Thoae «offering from Neuralgia or
to twenty-flve vear», ami practically
all the tun» with our Company.
Neuralgic Headache will And one or two
application« of Sloan’« Liniment will
When you procure tree* that have
give grateful relief. The agonizing pain
liven reared umlur the exfivrienred
give* way to a tingling «en«ation of
care ami knowledge of aucli men, you
comfort ami warmth and quiet re«t and
are much more «ure of getting the
»leep i* poaaible.
Good for Neuriti*
very tieel and ju*t what you order,
lhau if you pun ba«e from a lea* well
too. Price 25c. at your Druggiat.
conducted or experienced-operated
Wdshinq Colored Clothes
In warning colored clothing, tbe color*
*hould flret I m * net by aoaking in a
«trong *alt «olution, aay the O. A. C
donieatie «cicnce apecialiata.
clothing «hould not I m * boilod.
water, lye, «oda, »trong «.tap or «tain
removing agencie«. except of the mild rat
kind, «hould lie avoided. After wa«h-
ing, the clothe« «hoiild be hung in the
aha<ie and ironed on the wrong «ide if
/^IVIL Service in city govern- tinction between the tax upon our rich layer i* spread while lukewarm in the spray*. Any one of there, say the
bottom of a tub. One hundred egg* are
ment might be a fine thing, people who live in thia county and our laid in tbe rice. Alternate layer* of two entomologi*teof the Oregon Agricultural
College, is efficient against all stages of
but is it? It might protect rich people who live abroad. Those inches of rice and of 100 eggs are then aphids, but occasionally it is necra*ary
who live in thi* country «pend their in
worthy and experienced em come« here, and those who live abroad spread until there are 600 egg* in the to add a small amount of soap to the
ployees of the city from the «pend their income* abroad. The tub. After 24 hour* the egg* are taken tobacco npray to secure proper spread-
whims of city politics. It is sup present income tax is one percent on all out and the rice reheated. When put jng^JUahtiv*.
posed to do this. It seems the incomes. Senator Kenyon would levy a
K prerent problem which is pressing for
same end might be secured by super tax upon expatriates of from four
solution. He came here—-or in this
to twenty-five percent, according to tbe •8--------------------------------------- *
An ideal Spring Laxative
county—last year telling about how
selecting broad-minded commis amount of the income. William Wal
sioners and department heads. dorf Astor, who i« «aid to be tbe
A good and time tried reme ly i« Dr.
I Snow is going once more and it is to
But the reverse view has the wealthiest of all American expatriate* be hoped that it will go tor good this how he would strive for the passage of King'« New l.ife Pill». The first do«e
this much needl'd legislation. The other will move the Hluggi«b bowel«, Rtimlate
preponderance of argument. would, under the Kenyon provision, time.
he was asked what the most im
liver and clear the «y«tcm of wa«te
Under Civil Service in Portland pay over to the United States govern Some of our local weather prophets portant and neceseary thing to be done tiie
an*l blood imptiritiea.
You owe it to
ment each year $5,000,000. Also the
a good many poor policemen are American daughters of millionaire* don’t hold out much hope of any better fot the state now, and he replied, im youraelf to clear tiie «y«tem of body
advanced. The examinations are wedded to foreigner* would turn back a weather until after the sun crorara the proving the mouth of tiie Columbia and poison«, accumulated during the winter.
a farce. City department em fine pot of gold annually. It is a line March 20th, when the real vernal mentioned oue or two other thing* that Dr. King’« New Life Pill« will do it.
were also necessary but Mid nothing 25c. at your Drnggi«t.
ployees of all sorts have to take proposition that please« the most of ns.
Rural Credits. Tiie big bankers
Lee Updike, who formerly lived here,
examinations in reading, writ It would encourage Senator Kenyon in | was in this vicinity last week and say* doubtb-ss tofd him to cut that out.
his good work if all white ribboners1
ing, arithmetic, civics, etc., etc. would send him letters approving hi* every mill, lumlier camp, a* well as What few will he left after the big
What difference does it make scheme. Who will be the first one to every other industry in the state will war in Europe is over the fool-killer had
noon I* in operation.
He *ay* the •tetter round up and let them start up a If I FAIL ta CURE «v CANCER «TUMOR I m
whether a ditch digger has book write?
are full of new race and see if they can’t raise up Mora it POISONS 4«^ (M « zthclMi it BONE
education or not. If he can read Tbe next meeting of Mt. Scott Union
people with sufficient brains to do away WithMrt Haifa sr Paia
will be held at the home of Mrs. Mc help wanted of every kind.
instructions, is husky, honest
and I Na PAY Until
Kinley on Tuesday, March 14, at 2:30
Tiie railroad lawyers for the 8. P.
and industrious that ought to be p. tn.
No X Ray or other
railroad company in speaking about the
«Windle. An Gland
enough. Those are the qualities Centenary M. E Church in Portland O. A. C. Land Grant say* there 1* very
that make him useful. A well ha* liven the headquarter* for tem per little fit for agriculture, being mostly
SORf on tbe lip, tare^BI
Gov. mountainous, rocky and sterile.
Why person getting one of these is to wrife or body long 1«
educated man would not be use ance workers this week.
nine more and rend them on to avoid a CANCER: it never
n* untiflaat «tag*
ful as a ditcher. He would not Withycombe asserted that it wa* bis in- didn't they s.-ll it then al |2.50 an acre? fearful curse if they neglect and obtain pal
120-PAU BOOM «ent,
i tention to see that the prohibition law ( Tliey have had abundant chance to do
t HKK. 10,000 tc«ti. (
be satisfied with his job, would 1* enforced to the letter. Mayor Albee so and as their contract with the ing a rich reward if complying. in monlala. »1 i » m _____ _________
be indifferent to his service. The declared that prohibition, “hail proved (jovernment stipulated they should do. *ome stateR these letter* have grown to
examination such an employee a financial boon, that former saloon Railroad lawyers are railroad liar*. such immense propositions that the Any LUMPtaWOMAirS BREAST
mails have been burdened beyond
CANCER Ilf .lOTKrsiiBSi;
needs is an inspection of his keepers were making just as much at Hawley got off* a speech lately in Con- measure and the Government had to II
One woman Inevery 7dl*-»ofcancer- U J. report
their present occupations; that tbe la gr<-s* and the only one of any conse
We refuae many who watt loo long A nnat die
product and judgment on his
boring classes were paying their over quence this aranion, about what his ! intervene. It is only the feebler intel Poor cured at half prlc« if cancar la yet »mail
service. The worst part of the due household bills, and that children of grandfather told him of early day* in lect* that are carried away with snch Dr. t Mrs. |r CNAMLEY & CO.
fanaticism. Imagine a Lincoln, Frank
Portland Civil Service is the tbe poorer classes were receiving more Oregon and reminisences of Indian war lin,
Jefferson, Edison or Ford being en
difficulty with which an un- 1 consideration.”
fare. What ha* that got to do with the gaged in any such project.
KINDLY MAIL THIS 9HMM«■ CANCIT.
I WILL GIVE $1000
W hen you buy your tree* from the
Oregon Nuravry Company, Orenco,
Oregon, you have the cccuranoc that
yonr tree* have lieen produced by
American labor of a high or<h>r, and
that every aafe-guard to inanre tneir
healthinee*, reliability and «atiafac-
Uon to you have been employed.
Alway* plant Oregon Nttraery
Company« RELIABLE TREEH.
Reliable Salramen Wantvil.
NOTICE TO CREDITOR«
In the Circuit Court oi the Hute of
Oregon, for the County of Multnomah,
in Probate, Department No. 6.
Notice ia hereby given that the under-
aigned haa been appointed adminiatra-
trix of the eetHte of Erneat Heriihey
deceaeed, by the Circuit Court of the
State of Oregon for Multnomah County,
and ha* qualifled. All penone having
claim* againat «aid »«late «re hereby
notiii«-<l to prvRcnt them projierly veri
fied a* by law required to the under*
aigned at 314 Spalding Bldg, Portland,
Oregon, within «lx month« from tiie
Dattwl and flret publiahed February 10
, . „ Emma Heriihey, Adminiatratrix
John Van Zante, Attorney.
Mail» at the Lente |>ORtofllce arrive
and depart daily, except Sunday, a« fol
6:00 A. M.
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