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notion atsiut vatjug no more than on»
vgg, or at most two at a uisal.
h-ard many say they <-ould saver gvt
•way with more than a single egg, and
they apparently regard it as plain
-w inislio«*«) to eat more.
would thiuk nothing of taking a glas»
and a half of milk at a ureal. An Vgg la
«»limi to half a g la»» of milk iu nutritive
It I» dm- to rating luti«* -lai» of many I
thing», the plan now customary. that
w<* have such mixture» that digestion
ttaila and h««altti ia inai.
A pot roa»i on Sunday ia im-at i-ii"iigh,
in coun«*ction with the other item» for
The onimia, eggs. cabl-age.
,H>iat«»w and Ry-Kri»p will b«* (lie
which*» for gisting away with tlw two
potimi» ot butter, which it not a grain
t«a> much for thia number of ¡«entons
parimente Tlw- plan presents a syatem
to ««stabliah an interehauging and inter
state system l«elwe«>n rone« ami ollie««
ot the Unitisi Stahw Employment iri-r-
vioe, alai «'«»qieratioii with oilier state
Enu*rv«l as Sw-onU
S«raan«l Claas Matter February 19, 1914.
and muui«-i|>al euiployment ollie«*» Th«
At poatotlfar, l<eni», Ore«OA, Under act ot Man li 4, 1*7#
development of efficient wag«- earner»
through elementary and
training anil disaeminati-in of informa-
Published Fverv Thursday at lenta. Or»., by the M t . Mxvrr Pvauuaixu Co.
ion ctMcaruin* vocational neh-clion and
H. A. DARNAl.L, Etu-roa axn M anaobb .
training to girl« approaching It) year« of
age ami to other«. The plan in detail i»
Il ia a
too volununou« to give entire
Office Phona: Home D-01. Rcaidenee Tabor 2sl3
step in the right direction, yet. wa» op-
¡»»•si by Florenc«* Kelly of the tlon-
»umeni League, »lie eontemiiug that
S AN instance of the care for the next political campaign.
immigrant girls approaching 19 should
with which milk has to be He is a iwpular man and his wel-
be hel|>ed to stay in school rather than
handled let us cite an instance
ms'k a job
that came to our notice not long for the hold he has on the
Many interesting pa|»T» were reati
since. A bottle containing a people.
and discussion» lol low «»I, under the
Portland people will have a r,,u pound« of potato«« will afford four h«*ad of ”('onM*rvatlon.”
Bulgarian culture was used to
to express themselves at "r "'v P”u,° '•‘l* (,,r • f*">'ly of tiv«*.
But I will leave all tlw* rest of it to
start additional cultures and af .
I is ti ii i ti tf tht*
in ii planning
the invai» troni
fore tell yoil when I gel back to < (regoli.
ter several changes in the cul the picnic which is to be given going materials it slu-uld lie borne in Juat now 1 am once more breathing in
ture it was dulv corked up and by the Kansas crowd at Idturel- mind that on«* starch at a maal tun«- is th«- alino»plH-re from the great Atlantic-
placed on the shelf. The milk hurst Park the afternoon of the tile idea). There an- five starch«-« in tin realoard and the oaoiu * from the New
had come from sealed bottles 21. and to study the man at near list. Onious or iabl-agv should la* England bill» and bvautitul valley».
There will be more nerved with a alan h («sal. Tla* appi««» I do not (•»•! that I have ’'done'' New
and was poured from them into advantage.
•hould be eaten by tbeiiuR-lvre or with York as it »boul«! I»*.
the well corked culture bottle. than Kansans there to hear him milk, or cia-vre, or meat; never at a you
of my visit lo tire grcaleet seamen's
After some weeks it was re and if he intends to make a pub- starch na-al.
institute in th» wiirbl
world an-l uiy visit to
moved from the shelf and found lic statement of his position it Tlie Ry Krisp is g,aa| eaten in milk, our ol-l time friend. Mr».
Mr«. Little R<qw-r,
eiuleare-i to many white rile
to contain scores of maggots, will be a rare opportunity for or with butler It is a rye brea«! ron- who ia
taming no yeast. If eaten once a «lay it lamer», and of my visit
vi»it to 1 • *i 'Greenwich
each a half inch long. Consul- not only the speaker, but every will insure tree bowel action.
Village of the author» fame, an-l ac-irew
tation with a specialist developed one in the city to learn more of
wf other interesting farts. TI h « m > will all
the opinion that they were prob
Some one wishes to know how about kv- p ami will not I« mw «* in the keeping.
ably fly maggots. How they got
green pea* or other green vegetable as a
Tin* air ia full of military noise ami
This is a good time to prepare «ulwtitute for one of the fruit meals contusion. Fourtli of July celebrations
into the corked vial no one will
for next year’s rose crop by put recommended in my last article. Ttwy in umny matames were t ailed off and
ever be able to tell, but of one ting
the ground in good condi are all right. A lunchwon of green pore
thus saved was turned over to
thing we may well be sure the tion around the bushes before it wtaild be tine. Hani and (art rul«» are 1 i money
fun«! to ai«l soldiers.
eggs from which those maggots gets hard. A good mulch of not to Iw* adopted <ave by persons with Summer vacations are next in onier |
were hatched, did not work tine soil will keep the roots out ftxal reuse. After one day of two and the "Call of the Wild" i« lw»ing;
R hone raaoa azar
R hone tabor aaaa
their way through the corks. growing all summer and fall and fruit meal» and one ls-avy meal, it re«|ionde<i to by thousands of pleasure i
MOI-4 »iwd STREET 5. E.
461« 66th St.. Cor. EOSTER ROAD
They were washed into the milk next season. In the mean time
table. instead of fruit, or ona meal. teach by electric cars proved a pleasant
from the edges of milk cans and a few good roses may develop ¡One day's rations should have some ! diverson
for a day. Sure it is that Ol-l 1
Tint CI am Arr«lev Ul.eii IMy nr Mghl
I'll». Rroilmliy lo < «I
No one saw later this season. If the ground relation to the rations of the day before New England ia one vast pleaaui« play '
to Furuuh Funeral» al a Minimum XiprriK
them and no one suspicioned packs it gives up its moisture and the day foilowiug. A», when we i ground.
they were there. If they were I quickly and heats up much more, have a speeial feast of some kind, we do 1 ho|»* to hav«* something more inter-
draws the available moisture out well to prr|>are for it by light eating and «■•ting to u-11 in th«- next letter. I just
present to pollute this little and
NOTICE ro CREDITOR*
leaves the bushes without follow it with tlie same
i min»e«l the annual Sagamore Hill
ounce of milk were they not in ! food.
In the County Court of tin- Slate of
Tlie important thing t«> l««ar in mind I Socialogieal Confen*m-e which c I« mm ><! to
Oregon, for Multnomah County.
I Oregon, for Multnomah County,
sufficient numbers to pollute the
is to alter th«> now universal habit of day. much I«- my regret.
Mortgng«- Company. Holland-America, In the Matter of the Estate -if August
milk of the entire can.
eating too much cookrni fixxl in propor
Good by«- till next tinu*.
s«-bulenl»-rg, I »«-rased.
a Cor|>oration, Plaintiff, v«. fivorgv
tion to unc«>ok«<d. too much bread and
they were present to pollute the
! R. Park» and Fimina A Park», hi» wile; Noli«»' is hereby given thal th«- under
By Lora D. Little
milk of this can, it is entirely
signed ha« liven appoint«-«! executrix
Frutici,« J. Schulz and t ari >chulx. her
and -alads. But beware your combina
probable they were present in
husband, an-l Edward l>. William«. A. <>l the estate of Augiu-t Schnlcnlw-rg, de
4 HACKING COtGH VW AK
Forbes, 11. B. Evan» anti tivorg«- R. ceased. by the County Court of the
other cans and that any sample In the Herald of Jun«- S I gaw a New
INS mt SYSItM C.
State of Oregon for Multnomah County,
of milk given due opportunity York Health Board estimate of the
T«> th«- defeu-lant A. C. Fori««, above am! lias <|ualitied as »uch.
would have giVen the same re
Don't » liter with a hacking cough 1 naiuol.
having claim» against «aid «-»tat«- are
week, tlie »a me raid t«r have been I-awl
turns. Can it be possible that on ’'laboratory trets." The following is
that ha» weakened y««ur »y«t«-m—gvt a Ì In the name of tin- Mate of i >n*tton you hereby n<>tillr-| and re-;uirc-l to present
the milk we drink is all contam tlie tabl«':
: iMittlv <>f Dr. King's New Discovery, in
are liereby reqi»ire<l to appear and the same, pr-qierly vrrifir-l. a» required
TI m * next meeting of Mt. Scott Union uri' over to y«-ars. and la-nctlting all answer the complaint lih-d aitai net you by law, to the underxignrel exascutrix, at
inated by flies? It is undoubted Prune» 1 lb
.24 I will lie hel.l ut the Fankhauser place, who use it, the soothing pin«- balsam in tin-above <-ntille«l caum- and Court, the ollu-v of her attorney, 311 .«palding
ly inoculated with several species Sugar 3tg lb
i juri beyond Johnson creek, on Tuesday, i with tar ln-al tlie irritated air pu»«agv» I within ox week» from the ilate of the Bldg., Portland, <tr>-g->n, within >ix
Add flies and
.00 I July 25. This i* to be an all-ilay picnic ' —sooth«-« th«- raw spot», looren» the - first publication of this lummoM, salii months from and ar« r <lat<* of tlrst pule
tuU'rcular. typhoid, diptheria, IVa* 1 lb
.OK I affair with your basket lunch in (lie mucous an-l prevent« racking the txwiy ! first pnblh-ation la-ing on the 29lh •lay li- ation of thi» nuticr.
Farina 1 lb
1 wooria if the weather permit«.
measles, or scarlet fever germs, < »atnieal 1 lb
Dr. King’s New Dia- ¡of«lune. 1910, and it you fail to m > ap-
I»at«-d ami first pubiislied June 29,
The mwting this week war at
('liarlotu- Hchulenlwrg, Execu
collected on the various explora Cocoa .’•« lb
I home of Mr*. E. W. Millu on Main I nature to cure you.
trix of tin* estât«* of August
plaintiff will apply u> Elie Court tor the
tions around the neighborhood Onion» 1 lb
Mrs. Burgette arranged with
by them, and dropped on the Cabbage I li«-a-l medium si:
11, miters of tlie L. T. L. to furnish tia*
thia ««lit, lo-wit
That tin' plaintiff J. J. Johumin. Atty, for Exvcutris
t'lHWS«« 1 lb
NOTICE OF SHF RIFF’S SALE
bottles and jugs and cans used
Tlie biisine—of settling up
.il I -palding Bldg.,
have judgment and deeree against «In
Eggs 2 dos
In the Circuit Court of the state of feudanti« <>««>rge R. Park» and Emma A.
to carry milk, and we have an Meat 2 11» daily <■«’ 2Ur
Oregon for Multnomah County.
Park», hi« wife, for the »tun of HI05 a.-«,
assortment that is hard to Bread 2 loaves daily •* 8c
1.12 w< ek ocetipie«l much of tlie time. Ten
J. W. E. Rawlinson. Plaintiff vs. 1>. E and int«*re»t thereon from the loth day
dollar« wk « taken from the
Milk 2 qte daily (« 7c
, Yeazel. unmarried, R. II. Camplwll of June, ltfhf, at the rate ot ten ;«-r cent
The only sure way is to steri-j
Campbell, In» wife, Defend l«-r annum ; for Ktfi«' ,«> attorney« (rea,
o»> tbe stab* orginization ahd a like
lize the milk. Sterilized milk Potatoes 6 lb
the county organization.
and for unpaid lax«-« due on tlx* pnq»-r- hi th«' Circuit Court of the Male of
Rice 1 lb
By virturv of an execution, judgment ty liereinafter dvRcritea-d, ami for tbe
Oreifon for Multnomah County
doesn’t taste quite as well as
fresh milk but it has a reason Using the same prices, I submit tn«- S <4t Union is off with her family for an order, dwree and order of »ale iaaiu-l coeW ami disbar»«-menta of this milt, Vina R. Kalahan. plaintiff, v» tieorip«
out of the atiov* entitled Court in the
W. Kalahari, defendant, stinunona.
able degree of advantage in safe- following as calculai»-«! not only hi fee«i Th«- banquet given last w«w-k was above ewitith-d cause. to me dini ted and and that plaintiff '» mortgage again«t tlie
real profterty hereinafter de»« nbe«l, To George W Kalahan, the above nam
ty. But there is no use to
■iated the 1st day of July, 19l<>. upon a given to secure the payment of -aid
iiealttiy. a thing the first could largely attended by the people oi la-tils.
judgment rendered ami entered in «aid stun,
sterilize the milk unless you also tl-eni
forecloMed and »aid pro|«jrty
not iHiseibly do. (>f course this’is a
the name of the Mate of Oregon
sterilize the milk can. or bottle winter bill of fare, rince in summer a th«w who partook, and tlie speeches Court on tlie 29th day of June 1916 in »old pursuant to law au«l the proceeds
required to appear and answer
tlu-reof applied toward the satisfaction
or pan in which you keep the greater variety of vegetables and fruits were well received. Tin- male
and against b. E. Veazel, unmarried, of said judgment, co«t» of sale, attorneys tlw complaint tiled again.t yon in the
milk. And there is no use in wouhi be available and «till keep within ably. Rev. and Mrs. Nelson
above entitled cause, on or Iwfore the
iMUIg a ' defendant for tlw sum of >450 On with free and cost» of suit, and that you an«!
expiration of nix week» from th«- first
sterilizing either the milk or the’ the limits set.
intervet at tia- rate of « per cent |»-r all
-4h«-r defendant» claiming by, pnblieation of thia ■uiiinion*, to-« it on
Apple» 1 box
container unless you keep the Migar
through or under tla u>. or any of them,
and the further «im of fo.00 with inter- Fa- barreil and forevwr (,-re<-kw«-«l of any or before Friday, Augurt 4, 191». and if
milk in a place where it cannot I Beans 2 lb
«■»t al lla1 rate of » per eent per annum estate, right, title or intenM or «-«inity you fail »o to ap|>ear and answer, for
be still further contaminated. Oatmeal (o!d-fashioned ) 2 lb
from tlie 3rd day of February 1H1«4, an I ot redemption in tie- «aid premise», ex want thereof plaintiff will apply to thi»
Milk should be kept in a cool, I Cornmeal (old-fashione-l 2 lb
for the furtlier «um of 9X81 with in cept tlie «tatntory right of re-lem pt ion. Court for the relief prayed for in her
clean, inclosure, free from dust. I Onions •> lb
complaint lierein, to-wit: For a decree
ternet at the rate of A ¡»-r «■ent per an
The «ai«l mortgaged premise- alane
- Cab liage 3 heatis
dissolving the l«>nd- of hiatrnnony here
num from the 5th «lay of April I91t>, ami
flies or disagreeable odors.
referred to are ;«arti, 'ilarly d«—crit«--l, ns
I Cheese 1 lb
for tbe furtlier sum of >10.37 interest at follows: lots One (If. Two (2), Three tofore and now existing lielwevn plain
I Eggs I d«n
tiff and defendant, iijm . ii the ground«
ti e rate of a ¡» t cent per annum from
nekton, Mas»., June 20, 1910.
(3» Four (4), Ninef#), Ten (10), Eleven
Meat 5 lb for ,-nt|-lay >
that defen lant ha« dewru.l her and
man i Milk
2 pt daily
Ih-ar/riends: The great meeting is
(11) and Twelve (12), in Block Fonr(4),
abandoned plaintiff and plaintiff's homo
tbe further »urn of >45.'«i > with interest
Victor I Butier 2 lb
history, yet we read an-l re-read
Tatorride. according to ti»' duty re-
for more than one year iinm.tliatvly prior
at tlie rate of (i per cent per annum
Corde-I plat thereof, aixl now within the
>rv. and oftimes it *akt*s many
to the comiiiciiennrent of I Li. »nit.
ing« before we catch all the full
corporate limit» of the City ol Portland,
Thia Hntnmonc in published in the Mt.
fo- the further sum of >S> 10, costs and
i flea nd-or g«-t tbe illumination -if
County <>f Multnomah amt State- of
."«oft Herald by order of tin- Hon. Henry
hi »«I the <'o«b< of and
lie "side lights.” Tlie nnm reus
' fregi >n.
has a well
E. McGinn, Judge <>f the b I kiw entitled
rttnent conferrtn-ee and luncl ran» upon thi« writ, «-omniamiing me to make
This SniumotM 1» aerved u|*on you by
and at a
Court, «aid ord« r l>«inz made on t)ir 21
■ replete with inspiring topics, and
publication thereof in the Mt. Scott day of June, fplrt.
be main were presented ably an property, situated in tbe County of Herald, by order oi th.* Hon. William
it will I«
Fir»i publication June 22 p.ilil.
Multnomah, ami State of tiregon. as N. liata-m-, .Inilge of
diwisrions ititeresting. The d-
iWfU i rice.
tin* above entitled
tnent n-ceiving peril a;-« the m-wt at
Court, which «»lid order wa« duly inaile
Kbit* , but
on was Home FLconomics. l>nt one Bl-iek Numbered Two (2), Katherine, and mitered in said rute and Court on
r—............ — — dominant m
-earely understand th«- ground aiconling to tic duly recorder! plat I the 22nd day ol Jun«-. 191«.
Kansas, and he couldn't unite!
red by i tlie title, for here, as else* | thereof.
Th«* date of th«- first publication of
V io have <>oe r»ot of covered
Now Therefore. I,y virtue of
with the Democrats and get ’
->n-* departtre-n t overlappe«!
this Summons I» June *9, iblrt, and the
tlie week, su-
g with ooi •lurive i VI-
anywhere in a district so clearly 1 •u a»
dale of the last publication thereof is
I over would
tiou of al progrew iit ; onier <>f sale ami in compliance with th«- August ll)tli, 191(4,
•I' -.Hee arrivi
dence the cc
meal. The fs
Republican, even if the Demo-!
' command» of said writ. I will, on Mon
uu-lay, a« fol
crats adopted his platform in
. «ted in the
'‘In-luxtrix) day the 7th day << Angmu, 191(4, at 10
Mturneys for Plaintiff
I’elock A. M., at the front d««.r of the
full. Under such conditions he j
First publication June 29, I9ltl.
7 15 A. M.
cannot consistent!)' do anything.
our Oregon ;
of <4 which I a
ah Connty. Oregon, sell at ptiblic
17::to P. M.
. I m * I m rd, Federation, At the lunch«»m given by "
different from what he ha« been » ap|*k*. Some of tbex
there * wa» prew-ntrd a
doing, keep quiet and wait de at>4 the jMXiiKi <>f miji will be «if this department,
high« Hdder for cm I i in b ind . ail the
to m eeten the ba
velopments. A sort of “watch j tH
not N entirely out -rf right, title an-l inten-t Which tlie with
no hw v<^ry M>ur ti
Ocafni'Hs Cannot Be Cured
ful waiting,” if you please, and • wit* n u
timi to state tl at in name«! defendants an-l earn and all
11 ”• •» in«> > « mmi r»aet
he wil probably, or possibly * nxl ftn<l Ry-Kn«p
«n n< <*r rtr
TKe> ■ Il
>ia «MCAak« wa»
l.sfo-i ar*1 my ad ♦ r.m
Tlii« best answer i» Dr. King's New
ur» k«rn.» snd that a
irartii-at reception of
Its a pleasant «w«q
•«> <1 ..HwlHton «f ih- tn.'
any «• ■--n
•* « cry near being an herein fiwrcloard. or »inue that date had syrup, easy to take,
it contain» the
< ■■' ih. l'usta, Sisn TwS»
lie it t
tei bara a ritmSlla»
UH-dirinr» which years of rx|M>rlenc«'
•> , ri. et h..«rln« an4 -koi It I
that Mr. Hughes m in be e ctoil.
■ •..I, l>«atnasa t( t»r raaalt a
». Mr«. Katt- Waller
lutve proven tert for Coughs and Col-I«.
exeentfon. jud; gni«-nt onier and decree,
i/ information fr TH
Barrett, Alexander. \a. a i«l ( « rm-e
Tlum-who have ti«,-«i Dr. King’» New
»iw r.atAt.u te ita nertnal «w«4>-
' interest, costa and accruing o--su>.
ik «IH h» .l.ainyoi fnravrr: nW"
tions of the east is reiiauie siiti
r> re- Porter flopkins, U'arinngtr i. D. C,
Itiseovrry l«Tng«-«t are its bret friends,
catieau *y «'starti
T. M. HI liLBURT
'"•Aliis bui sa Inflamea conau*«*«
«I at weiw ««nt by president Wib» i lo |in-
Riwi-i««» «-very Imttle is guarani«»*«!.
no one will know absolutely until
•sheriff «if Mt iltnomah County. Oregon.
; sent hie plan hw United F’ai » ri-rvite
ta. " ",
»••’’«trM Dniiare far any
yon don't gv-t satisfaction you gvt your
the vote« are counted, » Should
nt t>.,rn.„ trauma bT catari, «hat
Dated this 3r * day of July, 1910.
h for '*'r women ats£ girls in cot... ban with
money hack. Buy a buttle, nw as di
H»l> » Catare»« Cora.
the Republicans lose out will he
n.l l"J- rl.rulara tre»
t the fatw»r Department and -nmigra.
rect«-I. Keep what is left for Cough and
* 00 ■ T«ls4w,
IV m a
not be tn a preeminent position
"y'o 1>» I». .. sii >a«a »|o.
»riot»» j non and Division of Inh rainioii Dr-,
Ta» Dall a Fan . tWtla f<w rensttpatlo*
N IT. SC( )TT HERALD
Ji. D. Kenworthy and Co. Inc.
HEALTH IN Ult SUBURBS
NOTES OF THE W. G. T. Ü.
MRS. ADDIION WRITES