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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 10, 1916)
■ left lent» to work on a ranch » x miles
Is-low the Inn. ami an alpenstock, and
a pair of gloves, our »Ins - having had
' hobnails driven into them the night la>-
- fore, ye scribe thought that be ought to
Entered as Second Ciana Matter February 19, 1914.
Dr. E J. Rulgiii, the ■■vangelist is •
be preUy well pre|»ared for the climb. caa>Reigning the state of Montana for !
At poatortic-e, Lenta. <>rego,i. Under »et of March 8, l'~9
At 7 30 the dinib uaa begun. Our way the Dry cause.
lay over Cooper's Spur.
The liens- pressure that i» brought to 1
listehe» alaive, where wo encountered bear upon iiew»pa[»-r» l»y tlie liquor de- i
Published Every Thursday at l.ents. Ore., by the M t . S cott P vbí . ishinu C o .
conauierable »now we were »urpriwsl nient may, in a measure. Is- understood ;
H. A. DAFNALL, Entro« xwn M anaokk .
al the number of flowers. The |»oor by reading the following quoted state- I
little diivouragvd trees had trie,I to get mi nt, which a» a printed card is beiug I
no foothold here, but Alpine lupine, distributed iu San Francisco saloons:
Office Phone: Home D-61. Residence. Tabor 2S13
mountain phlox and other tlowers had
“The San Franciaco Exauiiuer l*e
braved the cold and cheen-d the hearts dan« itself for Prohibition Every tiriu
Preachers See Mountain Holders of tlie climbers with their courage and w hich advertises in this paper assist» I
HE opening meeting of the
beauty. We had hoped for a good day prohibition. I>o your duly.'*
(continued from first page)
to climb, but at SHOO fret we encountered
opposition to the activities
F. W. Miller, living on the west side !
luk-k to the Highway again. By even- snow. We had not gone much further
of IBM street, south, is salesman lor a |
of the liquor element in the i ing we had reached Bridal Veil. The
tlie guide hitched us togetlief Washington lumber conqiany.
county was held at ’the Hip beauty of the falls here is spoiled by the i when
with stout rope
attache,! to our
podrome on Tuesdav evening great lumber mill that lias turned this life belts. At this time we ¡«ipteil our Miller travels over a large section of |
country and is s close student of eondi-l
and according to the attendance waler into dollar», Tlie tlnme which (a<-es with a thick c,iat of ,-,»1,1 cream. lions and affairs. He writes letter»:
the people of the city are wide
We were sights to behold. It had to Is-
side of Larch Mountain, ami carried scra[H*d off with care knives when we re home full of enthusiasm (or prohibition.
awake to the importance of the down
Mr. Miller says that in cling from state •
many miles, attracts the attention
The building will of the visitor more than the falls them- turned, after being softened up with to state lie can tell iminediatdy w hen In-1
ias»‘line. The cold cream is lie,»wary
house thousands and it was at advea. In tlie evening we looked up to to keep the fare from burning on the strikes n prohibition town by the general I
air of thrift manif<«ted; that it is ut
one time during the evening, I the heights east of Bridal Veil and »aw snow, and later peeling. Though the terly
untrue that prohibition kills the
practically tilled, but it was ut
crater is on the oppreite side of tile
“At 5:30 in the morning we took our mountain, every onre in awhile w<- got a buritiess of a town. In eoin|siring the
terly impossible for everyone to leave of Bridal Veil and break fasted at
business a< tiviti»« of tin* w<*t and dry
hear in such an enormous struc the Multnomah Isxige. (Mopey and gixsl whiff of sulphur fumes. The Iswini six’tioij» he has become convinced that a
of an avalanche suggested the possibility
ture. Shortly after the speak Dalton Falls have been paase.1 on the of being caught in one. We asked the dry nation .means a pns»i» roii» nation,
ami he intends from thia lime
ing commenced the crowd began way In back of aud above this wayside guide what we wouhl do if one started to do all in his powar to help the dry
our way. Try to go faster than it did. cause.
its silvery spray downward. The boetew
But that was not the point we of the Isxige wwt.'d us at a table and I h > replied. Tlie prreja-et was mH alto
The uext meeting of Ml Scott Union I
want to present It occurs to shortly suggested that we look up gether cheering a» on one side was will lie held at the home of Mr». I
Elliott Glacier and on tlie other N'ewton
us that one of the best business Through an open place in the roof, as if Clark Glacier. The poreibility of slid Siren, UM St., and HI Ave. This will as- ¡
sume Hie form of a picnic, each person ¡
deals ever promoted would be in a frame, we saw Mist Falls while we ing into one or the other of these was bringing something to eat, and it is just 1
not a pleasant thought, Kocks were
the outcome of the passage of
i added to the zest with which we par- sliown to us with holes made by U h * ! possible that the hostess may pnalnce'
the proposed brewer's amend |took of our morning meal
some of her inimitable oriental dishes. '
ment. While it will not prevent I minutes walk brought us to Wa-Kee-Na lightning. The guide was asked if ! On tilia day U h * election of officers for i
there W(y any danger in a thumler
a person’s sending outside of the Falls. A sign by the roadside giving storm. He told of lieing knocked down the routing year will take place.
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state for liquor, it will be a posi the name o( tlie falls bail la-low thia. three tiinee one day •■y lightning,
tive advantage for the home
Above the Spur the grade on the enow
Lents Woman Visits In the fast
not but feel that this epithet was true.
manufacturer of drunkards. Following the trail upward we saw other is about 4" percent, but the last 1250
(Continued from first page)
Buying liquor by express of the ! pretty falls that we could not see below. feet is a grade of Ob perrent, Thia last old burying ground where Paul Revere
we made by digging onr toes into the and other historic men of lame are
home brewer will have a big ad “Continuing around thr bluffs above snow and pulling ourselves up
vantage over sending outside the ! we soon reached a point where the Larch over hand hy a rope, What if that buried.
The old Washington Elm, finally ata»ve on titled i-auia», to uh * direetz-d and of ttaid judgment, <’<v*U uf »«air, attoriH’jrrf
state for the anitf. Express or
rope should break, or if it was not
destroyed, is now made lnt>> a large !
‘trail that would have 'ak-n ns down by
freight charges to Oregon points ' Multnomah Falls. We had no definite properly recured. The thought war pul rustic setter, and is in the Old Slate ' dsted the 7tb day of August, 1918, nja»n twE «int c«»«ta of «ult. and that y<»ti him !
a jiidguient n-ndensl and entered in -ai*l m H other defendant* rlninimv '•y.
have to ]
will be merely nominal, while schedule, and although we had no into word*. Then we would bare
House «tn-ng many hundreds of won- j Court on the 26th day of July, 1916. in through or under them, or any of them,
slide, the guide answered.
arawered. The Lack
shipments from outside points thought at starting of going to the top trail looked so steep, it is not hard to is*- derful old things In the Old suit.- ' favor of Eva Wikan-ler. plaintiff ami j lw barred and tofevar foreclosed of any
amount almost as much for ex of this mountain, tlie inclination was i lieve that we could attain g,»xl »|>eed ill! House we played "Old Coronation” on I against J I McMurry, dcl'i-ndent, for I estate, right, title or Interest or «sj-uty
press as the goods themselves, I too strong to resist, since it was only a sliding. W>- bsxl met four snowstirins the organ made by the composer of the la- sum of I5i«i i»i with lnt»*n-st at the ol re»lem|»lioii o< ii„- sam pn-mi-s-s, ex-
grand old Hymn. It is a hinny, old
matter of about five miles more to the
The outcome will be that as far j top of this peak. On this way there in ascending, and one more on Mum- organ, pumped hy foot [tower and in rate of 7 per cent per aiiniiin from th. I <wpi the statutory right <»f nelemptinii
The said mortgaged premise* above
as the brewers are concerned : were giant larch trees, something like a ing. It was bitterly ,-old on top. A! deed it was no little stum to keep wind 1st »lay of March, 1914. »nd tin- further referred
to an- particularly descrilred, as
«mil of tin*** <<■ with inten-st al the rate
blizzard was raging The welcome pro-I
they will virtually have de- 1 hundred feet to their lowest branches j tection of forest ranger Coalman's cabin I enough in it.
of H per cent per annum Ironi the I5tli follows Dits < >tie (I), Two (21. Three
veloped a monopoly on cer ain ■ Seasons seemed to be turned back, for and the hot coffee that be prepared for
day of November 1913, and (or the (3) Four I), NiuefP). Ten (10), Eleven
classes of liquors in Ore gon. here we found the rhododendron just iu was appreciated. We noticed that i wharf we saw vessels from “The Bank»“ fnrtla-r sutn of 82*2 -57 with inlen—t at tla* (111 and Twelve (I2>. in Bbs’k Four (4),
blooming, and near the top one might his cabin was cabled to the top with j (New Foundland) unloading fish. This rate of H |»*r cent per annum from tin* Taborside, according to tlie duly re
Oregon producers of beer will be | I still
is the greatest fish wharf in the world.
engage in the sport of snowballing.
plat thereof, and now within th.»
better off under the proposed At the top of the mountain we had heavy - teeI wire. We had noticed that I am to take a brief trip to Maine and 2nth .lay of June. 1916. and the further corded
Cloud Cap Inn and the cabins about it, ■
sum of 81’>0 H h with Interest al the rale corisirate limita of the City of Portland,
new law than under the old li reached an elevation of 4045 feet. A though they were heavy log structures, shall visit Poland, where the world re of H per rent |»-r annum frein the '.Nth County of Multnomah and Stale of
So far as we lookout 90 feet higher yet gave us a wen- anchorcl in the same way The nowned Poland spring water conies day of July, IWIH, and lor th»- farther Oregon.
can see there will be no reason prospect of forest, river and mountains wind blows some on Mt. Hood at times. from. I will visit old Orchard Beach | sum of 81-8.«V3 ciaib* and disbursements This Summons is served U|«>n you by
that thrilled us. The mow peaks of St. At tlie top of the Mt. the elevation; an<l also have plans for visiting several : and the costs of and np«>n this writ, publication thereof in the Mt. Scott
why a manufacturer
not t 1 Helens,
Social Welfare Agencies.
Adams, Hood and
commanding me to make »ale of the Herald, by order of the lion William
establish distributing points in Jefleraon _____________
dominated the > scene. Taking is 11, 225 feet. For ihe return the guide
Will tell more next time
I followingdeacrilieilretd property, to-wit: N. tIat.-ns, Judge »»I the above entitled
wrapped himself up more than on the
L. F Additon
vanOUS parts of the State, in the down trail we came out this time micent. Fastened together ,we did some
' lx»t Two (2), in Block One (I), Terrace (“oiirt, which said order was duly niado
practically every large town, and
Multnomah Falls. Here the water sliding standing on our feet, and again
and entered in said cause arel tkiurt on
I Park. Multnomah County. Oregon.
sell direct to the consumers. I tumbles down in two casc-adee a dis by sitting down in tlie snow, Our re
I Now Tb»-n-fore, by virtue of »aid exe the 22nd day ol Jlme, 191H.
tance of H40 feet. Returning
by auto- turn was by Elliott Glacier, fiere ini-
The date of the first publicatmn ut
cution, judgment order, decree andorder
There will be decidedly an ad mobile we spent the
night again at mense ice chasms yawned,
Some of I Which shall we honor, worker or of sale and in complianre with the coin- this Summons is June JU, 1910, and Mie
vantage in this as all the compe Bridal Veil.
tnands of said writ. I wdl. on Monday dale ol tlie last publication tliereof is
tliem must have been 50 feet across and
tition of the old time saloons “Saturday morning we were at hundreds of feet long, and how d«*ep no What’s our ideal, value or «how?
the lltli day of Hepternlier, 1011, »I Augnat 10th, IB1H.
will be eliminated. Instead of a Oneonta Gorge. Most of those who one knows. In one that we saw the tin- , One is creative, the ... other a skinner,
I 14» o'clock A. M., at the front door of John Van Zante and Alls-rt II. Tanner,
Attorneys for Plaintiff
dozen dispensaries in a town came here stop|»ed for a minute or only melted snows of eight winters could l>e l*n«‘ ,,,*7 I”' gambling, tbe other true the County Cisirt House
a few at most, looked back into the seen piled up tlie one on the other. ' blue.
First publication June 28, 1910.
| Mnltnotnali County, Oregon, »ell al
like Astoria, there would be one, canyon
as far as they could and then
for each brewery, and the went on. Having no wailing I»»t» we Working our way aronnd tbe larger Leaders have truly right« 0» be honored. imblic auction (subject to redemption),
crevassee and jumping over tlie sniall»-r' If the place by clean, honest service is to the highest bidder for cash in hand,
breweries would conduct them decidetl we would wade Iioy-fashion ones
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
all the right, title and internet which
we reached the Inn again at 6:45
selves at a nominal cost. Booze I back to the falls. Seeking only the I We had reached the summit at 2 p. m. , Bui of the bluffer, deceiver and »corner, the within named defenitauit hail on the In the County Court of the Slate of
would be freer than ever, and shallowest plao-s we managed to make Ours was the second party that the Their way and their day we surely want I lHtli day of May. 1913, the date of the Oregon, for Multnomah County
wry without going more «han knee guide, Mark Weygandt, had taken up i none.
i mortgage herein foreclosed, or since that In the Matter < f th- Estate of Emil Paul
attendant evils essentially the our
deep. A log over a deep pool near the this season, the Mazamas being the first, There are men who work with a shovel, I date hail in and to the above described
fall», where the water was beyond wad on July 4. It was his fourteenth season
Who are true to their hearts very core, property or any part thereof, to satisfy Notire is hereby given that the under
ing brought us to the fall», something
signed, Martha Schmidt, has l»s-n ap
Pendleton is urging pay rolls. like one-half mile from the entrance, and the 284th «»cent that lie ha-1 made. Whose horn« is so plain, a good hovel, ! »aid execution, judgment order and pointed
executrix of the estate of Emi
| decree, Interest, costs and accruing coats.
In all that time be had not lost a person. Is all yon could say, and no more.
Pendleton is also promoting a i The trip well repaid us from the l»-auty This was assuring to us. His apparent
Paul Schmidt, dex-ased, by the County
T. M. HURLBURT,
branch State Normal for itself. of the scene. Returning to Multnomah abilitv to take care of himself and bis
sheriff ol Multnomah County, Oregon. Court of the State of Oregon for the
What others have earned by hard work.
County ol Multnomah, and has duly
Pendleton prefers public pork, j and Wa-Kee-Na Falls that .Mr. Spriggs [»arty gave us confidence.
Datsal this sth »lay ol August, lulff.
They call themselves winners, who reel
take further kodak views of these
qualified as such. All persons having
First issue August 10th, I91«l.
“A hike down the mountain again to
having had a taste in the form ; | might
under a more favorable light, we were Parkdale, a ride on the jitney running
claims against said estate «re hereby
Last issue S*ptemls*r 7th, 1916.
of a state sanitarium.
picked up by auto ami taken ten miles I
notified and required to present the
on the railroad track, connections with
same to the undersigned executrix, at
Coast properties in the Bohemia min ' further on our way, coming to Bonne I the O. W. R. A N. at Hood River and Shall we bow, beg or bend to such
the office of her attorney, .1. .1. Johnson.
ing district have been sold to Spokane ville, where we spent the night and the I I we got back late Thursday evening, the
| next day, leaving by train Monday j eight day from the time we started.” In America once bought with blotsl?
In the Circuit Court of the State ol 314 Spalding Bldg., Portland, Oregon,
Or will we tie true to our reason,
duly verified as required by law. on or
Information has reached officials of I morning for Sonny, from which [dace!
Oregon, for Multnomah County,
Our honor, our homes, ami our God?
before six months from the date of first
Portland that L. R. Aiderman, city su we made our way to tbe Bowlby Tunnel ;
Have we forgotten the message,
publication of this notice.
perintendent of schools, is ill in Wash J at Mitchell Point. Bonneville is known TOO MICH SAL!
to ns as the place where the State Fish
o|U,|r Delivered when Christ cam« to call,
Dated and first published August 3,
ington, D. C.
1IA1MLL AHII t IAL o Saying. “Whosoever of yon would la* R. Parks and Emma A. Park», his wife; 1111».
Governor Withycombe has issued a Hatchery is located. A short walk from
Executrix of the E m UU* of
commission to Louis T. Bartn. Port here brings one to Eagle Creek. This ia I
Emil Paul Hchmidty IN*-
land. as ensign, aviation duties only. a government park. Camping grounds ■, Samples of salt are occasionally sent to He shall he servant of all.”
' are designated, where a person may i the Agricultural College for analysis —J. L. Johnson.35» A., R. I. lent», < >re. (’. Forts-». II. B. Evan» and George R.
Oregon naval militia.
J. I. Johnson, Attorney for EntaU*.
Cherry stems are being shipped to pitch his tent without charge. A trail | with the statement that animals, usually Inly 30, 19IH,
I To the defendant A, C. Forbes, atmve
<314 Spalding Bldg., Portland, Oregon.
Europe from The Dalles to make the is being built along the creek by the I cattle or sheep, were poisoned after eat-
poisonous gas that is used by the op ' government to connect with the Her- ■ ing it in considerable quantities. In no
In the name of the State of < ireiron you
Ho* to Keep Roses Fresh
man Creek Trail. Six beautiful falls | case has any foreign substance that
posing armies in France.
are hereby required to appear and
Company A of McMinnville, which may be seen in the first two and a half would »-count for the poisoning been
answer the complaint tiled »minât you
Cut flowers, especially roses, will stay in the above entitled cause
at present is at Palm City, near the
Since salt is necessary to life «nd is in iresh longer if they are kept in salt
Mexican border, has nine sets of broth time thia fall. This will bring one around
by Cbinidere Mt. and W ah turn l.ake. Tbe universal lire it is difficult to realize water. To get tbe beet results, a small within six weeks from the date of the
ers in its membership of S3.
first publication of this summons, said
After a service of more than 46 circuit will be 27 miles. From Bowlby that in large amount» it ii poisonous. I piece of tbe stern should I* cut off each first publication being on the 29th
years as a volunteer fireman and IS Tunnel a hike of six miles brought us to | Many <-ares ol poisoning in chickens day. Tbe stem should then be slit of June, 1916, and if yon fail to so
years on The Dalles police force. John
pear and answer, for want thereof the
slit. Fresh water should l»e put in tlie
Crate has been retired by the city.
plaintiff will apply to the Court tor the
12:30 P. M.
The state public service commission thirty mile trip over the Mt. Hood J was by mistake used instead of sugar in vase each day. Great care should lie relief demanded in the complaint in
5:30 P. M.
has fixed August 2. at Portland, as the
this suit, to-wit .
That the plaintiff
date for hearing the Pacific and Home greatest apple counties in the world to; the chickens and killed all of them. themselves, as it will turn them dark
have Judgment anil decree against de
Parkdale. A tramp of eleven miles, up- , Chickens are very susceptible to salt
physical telephone connection case.
Cannot Be Cured
The demand for loganberry juice is hill all the way, and that night we ate i poisoning and, while the amount that it
local application«, an they cannot r»-aot
Roseburg ehipped a carload of copper Parks, his wife, for the sum of I4105.RM, by
th«' illat-aoed portion of the- ear
increasing at a rapid rate, according dinner at Cloud Cap Inn and »pent the takes to kill a horse or cow is consider-
only on«' wny to cur*» tleafn< M. and that it
by constitutional r«ni*-dlra
to J. O. Holt, manager of the Eugene night there. Near the Inn we had to ' able, this sometime» occurs when these
of June, 1916, at the rate of ten per cent chub * fl by an Inflamed condition of the mu
walk over the snow for some distance, animals are especially salt hungry.
lining of th« b'.iiatnehlan Tube
Fruit Growers' Association cannery.
per annum ; for 8380.00 attorneys few, ««nit
thia tube la Inflnnie«! you have a rumbling
Mrs. Payton T. Boone, wife of a
and for unpaid taxes due on tbe proper entirely cloeed, l>rafn«-as Is the result, It and Is
NOTICE <>F SHERIFF'S HALE
prominent Hermiston farmer, and her I of the living room was necessary and salt for a long lime it is w fer to give it
hereinafter dweribed, and «or the uni« ss th- Inflammation can he taken out
this tube restored to Its normal condi
two-year-old daughter, Jane, were fa- i -cheerful. The elevation here is 5887 to them sparingly at tin —I. E, N.
In the Circuit Court of the State of cost» and disbursements of this suit, and
tion, hearing will be destroye d forever; nln>
cases nut of fen are caused by Catarrh,
tally burned in a fire at tffeir home.
Oregon for Multnomah County.
which Is nothing but an Inflamed condltton
The Union Pacific in buying 2,000,000 Eva Wikander. Plaintiff vs. J. L. Mc
Notwithstanding the fact that the j morning to see the sun rise on the
the mucous surfaces.
real proja-rty hereinafter described, of W.
will glv. On« Hundred Dollars for any
school was out more
cos«« of Deafmaa (cans« <1 by catarrh» that
by Hall's catarrh Cure
The Valley A Siletz railroad is l»-ing By virtue of an execution, judgment I sum. lie force. »•■«I and said property cannot for he «lr< cured
ago, Monmouth Training School pupils was glorious. With two [»airs of hose
F J i’HENET 4 C<» Toledo. Ohio.
are working d I gently on their school on, one being woo-en, a sweater ls»r- rushed »nd will tap rich timber belt by
oy<ier, decree and order of sale issued sold pursuant to law and the proceeds
Mold by Ikrurflata 7|c.
rowed from Mr. Aspaae, who recently fail.
out of the ai <• ei itlvd Court in the thereof a,»plied toward the satisfaction
Take Hall's Fa»
1*111« for co .«tip«*lon
NOTES OF THE W. C. T. U.