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MT. SCOTT H ERALO!
Entered a* Second Class Matter February 19, 1914.
At po*toffice. Lenta, Oregon, Untier act of March 3, 1879
Published Every Thursday at Lenta, Ore., by the M t . S cott PvatiaHiau Co.
H. A. DARNALL, Forros ano M anaobk .
Office Phone: Home D-fll.
Residence: Tabor 2S13
the human ear fails to detect
The robin hops over your lawn,
hears the earth worm at work in
the soil and unerringly captures
a meal. Certain sounds are dis
tressing to human ears because
the ear is not capable of receiv
ing the vibration.
pain. This is probably the reason
the dog howls when he hears the
piano or other musical instru
At The Churches
Arletu bdptlst (hurch
9:46 a. in. rtilila School.
11 a. in. I'reachlng rarvlca.
8:00 p. in. Evening aarvicea.
7:00 ii in. B. Y. I‘. U. inrating.
s :0(i Tliiirmlay I'rayer meeting.
EverylHxly welcoinu to any and all ol
W, T. N. Sprlgg», paator.
Millard Avenue I'resbyteridn Church
(0 a. in. Nahbatii School.
il a. iu. Morning wuraiilp.
7:p. in. Y I*. H. C. E.
7 :4ft p. in. Evening worahip.
7 :80 p. in. Ttiuraday. mid work aervic«.
H p. ui. Tburaday, ciioir (iractlee.
Rev. Wm. If. Ainua, I’aator.
I he Curiosity of Sound
ROM information at hand it
appears that the German Under certain condition* the »ound KILLING AND DRESSING IMPORI-
of gun tire can I** heard at great «lix-
ANI INMAKKLIING POU IKY
people are perpetrating two out
rages upon helpless conquered tanee.«. The tir>nS at Waterloo ia »aid Success in marketing dressed poultry
to have been hcar«l in Kent, one hun
nations of Europe. First, the dred
<l«*|H’nds very largely on the methods
and thirty or more miles away. In
SI. Peter s Cdtholk (hurch
enslavement of thousands of 1864, when the Alat*ama wa« ennk off ; followed in killing and dressing. Starv
Belgians, after robbing them of Cherbourg, th«* xoiuui of the gun» was
a a. u>. Ixiw Mara.
crop ami iiitexlines, improves the
10:1(0 a. in. High Mara.
every means of earning an heard in Somerset, one hundred and the
keeping qualities, and makes tlie fowl
8:31) a. m. Nunusy School.
existence. Nothing in modern twvnty-tivv miles distant. During th«» more attractive.
12 M. Clioll rehearsal.
Week dava; Mara at 8 a. iu.
history compares with this, un prerent war, artillery actions in Flan- i Bleeding—Since a well-bled bird looks
«lore have been audible in the south <d
less it be the historical exile of I Holland, in reutheretern England ami la>tter and keeps belter, the kind of
Seventh Day Adventist (hurch
the Arcadians of early French I at places tar inland. But more re- stick necessary to make the bleeding
is very important
10 a. in. Saturday Habliath School.
Canadian history, presented so I markable than the fact that eannontlre successful
11 a. in. Saturday preaching.
bin! al suit five feet from the ground,
7 :.**) p. in. Wednesday, Prayer meeting
touchingly in story and song. can be heard at such long di*tanoe» is (irasp the head in the left band, coiub
7 :4ft p. in. Sunday preaching.
But that was a mere incident the fret sometimes it cannot la* heard downward, with the forefinger, part the
at short distance».
All observer« near
compared with this movement the western battle front remark tin* ab- hill With the right hand insert the
Kern Park Christdln Church
to exterminate a nation by rob , rence of the sound of the guns only a sticking knife on the right side of the
Corner t(9tli Nt. and tilth Ave. N, E.
naif of the mouth where the lames of
10 a. m. Bible Ncluail,
bing it of its men. Not satisfied 1 short way in front. Mr. Charles the skull and neck join. This severe a
11a m. and 7 :3o p m. preaching aar-
with subjugating an innocent Davison, who discusses tlie subject in loading artery and the bint will bl««-d NOTICE OF GUARDIAN'S SALE OF on tin* day of -ah», lialanc* on conllrma- vice.
lion of xnlo by said Conniy Court.
tl.30 p. tti. Chrixtain Endeavor.
nation it proceeds to tax it to the the Quarterly Review, says tha; on one
freely. The knife should be pointed
' occasion in 1901 not a soitnd from U m »
C F. GROCE,
7: Sop. m. Thnrsduy, mid-week prayer
verge of death and they rob it of Spithead guns could l>e heard in the and very sharp, preferably, two inches Notin' is hereby given tliat in pur
(huirdian of the Estates meeting.
suance of an order of th«* Ubtinly Court
A cordial welcome to alb
every means of revival. The I neighboring towns, ami that the nearest Jong and one-fourth of an inch wide.
of Freeman Smith, Ed ns M
Rev. <• K Berry. Pastor.
of the Stat«« of Oregon for Mnltnoumli
rational thing for every able j place at which any report was recorded Brain ■'tick:—11 the fowls are dry
Smith, John It. Smith, Valentine
A« County ma«le an*l entered therein on
picket!, the brain is necessary.
bodied Belgian to do now is to was tiity mil«-.« away, in Surrey. Simi- soon as th«* artery has l»*eu severed, in- U • ML day of Novemlw'r, 191th in the
St. Pauls I plscopdl Churt h
M< Millen. Minora
join the allies. And the Ameri ‘ lar phenomena have lieen observed in sert tlie knife througli th«* groove in tlie 'M utter of the Guardianship o( Freemnn
(Joe Id'M'k smith of Woodmere station
First publication Nov Id, |9id.
volcanic eruptions. Professor Gmori in
Holy Communion the first Hivuiay of
can people would be more than Japan, finds the sound area of the roof of the mouth into th«* brain This Suiith. Edna M Smith, J-9«n R Smith,
each month at 8 p. in. No other »or-
NOTICE TO CREDITONS
justified in remonstrating against [ Asatnayatua. a very aclive volcano, to jiaraly««*» tlx* bird and catl»«s the Valentine Sylvester Smith and LJ*iy«l
vicea tliat day.
McMillen, minor». U m * timl«*n*ign<-«i. the
Every other Ntinday the regular »er
such unparalleled subversion of I consist of two sones entirely deta«-b«-d leathers to l*»»»en.
The birtl “boilId not I»* allow«« 1 to
of th«* estat«*» ol said minors,
vices will Is* aa Uattal.
the customs of civilized warfare. 1 from each other. Mr. Davison fur- co«il or tin- f«-ather* to tighten, but th«* guardian
Oregon for Multnomah County.
Evening Prayer amt sernmn at 4 p. m.
wdl “«-li at public auction to tlx- ln¿h«*»t
Sun I,iv Ni-I, ol meet» li’ Lt* m.
The second offense is the : nishes an ingenious explanation of th«* picking should start at once.
Tlie bidder for cash Gohl Coin of U m * I nited In tin- Matter of tin- Estate of Philip
j way in which tin* sound wave.« may I»*
B atwriglit, Supt , L. Midrett, Bee.
proposition to establish the | lifted by contrary winds over the heads breast feathers are tirst picked. and »tate» of America, and subject to con- I WK toll, I hs-i-atH'd.
Rev. O. W. Tavlor Rector.
kingdom of Poland with a Ger- 1 of obrervers and afterward«, by favor- then the long tail and wing feathen». tirmation by -aid t'oiiuty Court, on Notice is hereby given that the under-
signed ha« been appointed admin
Sa turila y the Irttl» day of Itco-mber,
man ruler, after which the con- i able winds, brought down to the level C. S. A.
Lents tvdnqclkiil (hurth
191G. at 9:3l) o’cl*»-k in U m * forenoon ol istrator of the estate of Philip iawton,
Hermon by the I’»»tor, 11 a. m. and
dition is advanced that to enjoy
•aid day, al the front donrul tlie County deceased, by the County Court ol the 7:1ft p. m
this forced independence the : menu, too, on the curious sensitiveness VOL MI SI PKOVIDL PROP! R
Court H oiim * of the County of Mttll- State ol Oregon for Multnomah County,
Nnuday Bchool 9:45 a. tn., Alliert
: of birds, «-«peciaHv pheasants, to the
prostrate Polish government ; round of guns at a greet distance. Tip*; COMMUONS io Gt I WIN it K LOGS iK'inah and Stat«* of Oregon, all the and lias qualified. All persoli» having FankhauMvr, Superintendent.
Y I’. A., fl :4ft p. in Paul Bradford,
must organize and maintain an North Sea battle iu which tlie Blucher Mauy people Iwlicve that if (hey fur- rigjit, title, int>*re«t and estai* of said claims against said estate are ln-r<*|>y President.
PravrS meeting Thnradav H p, ni.
army in support of the central i was sunk cause«! great excitement ni<h u reawiiably inuifortslile lion«»,’
A i-artiiai weli omr to all.
pieces or parcela of land situate, lying 31.4 bpahJjng Bl<lg, Putt laud. Oregon,
allies. If the Poles. decline they I among tlie pbeipauts of Yorkshire and and-vnpply,a little eurn. or wliatcvrr ’an
T. 11 H u ' iim nncii, l‘a«tor.
t Being in the County of .V.rttm AiaJ' with proper voucher»duly vixiffisl, with-
lose their freedom. If they ac
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hundred miles distant from tlie guns thap- is im excuse for their hens not j (f*i ami »ix (flk-iu Bt«**JÇ,F<i|ir ( of 'lij
cept the terms and the Germanic —
ddt liras- a-*»vv«u sr K I'k-...’
ri iiig li«- winter egg basket
Leflts. MtnJ's Church
-•t» arra* VLrate>.*fc-W SHIM-. sf.N _
allies lose out as every one in
Spniig.gmJ HiimiinV. -*.-a--r.« . ar-- lb-- way , row Mi^u'KU’'’**.-^ -r.it’- ’«j'dl nt
u lov-BUde-v-bui»' vli Oh de rd
th- City of PoWaixl' ip S»id C i l, “4? •
Europe now believes they must • The- above interesting para-; natiu-ai r mifs for- .1
M. «i d ,loll\ VlXfvVfl** svwrrtfv.
ren<r rw'U xasftu* .i>«t •<-* a> -jra
11 :tM) a. in prauehmK »erviof*
tl.-y art mxITt/J } (Tirimgi. ITi,- Mill
the. Polish, ftope for nationaliza
< graph develops several- interest-i
I ie made re i,.*ar TYrtna and errad¡ti«wi«'of »M-
tion will.sjireV fail- as they can ' ing observations 'of phTiicisfJ ter, orditimi» mturt Tayihg
M-.rem a* <4n!<L(!mti:rrf the 1 nited Htirtg .l't pcr 1 ha»« mbiTtig planh •« the u •» : -<I<re.
not expect |he Russians to es
;‘’T ' : • ’
; <■*» -M* si «J»
yo» ~ j .* >•!
NS<'-r *i .. ra r
Sound Waves Ir^vek 'in peculiar
Te >.• ? ir 3:»
tablish them as a nation'if. they
•a i-rtr»*' g.t.’Hs-e tv'«R •the— • ,-r
•h*_ 'jê» • M* -«i.iv » "• t' ■ • •
■ *1 ’ ‘ H
oscillations, .that form ,“nude$.” j -
i . •
now ally them selves with the
lion. A» a proti-in or egg-prodtwing
points in spuce where the vibra-|
• 1 iTnbn .imi Nat i* Rih-,, F»«toig
-nt- rank in x-hj igh* r. Uvin.i ufv*
Germans. It is crooked business tions are parallel or in focus.
i» r ’•*
anil contain rpore iai tkau w Ix-at. It.- ,
all through and deserves the
The shock from a modern big biuii pr-'Portion <>l hull to keru-l mak'-x
lents baptist (’Kurth
condemnation of civilized people
gun develops such a mighty dis il bulky and unpaiatabie. Sprouting
l.iinl'» Day, Blhli- Srl,<a»| 9:46 a. ut.
turbance that the waves prob overeooiee tilts difficulty, and almo fur
Morpin* wornliip, 11 a in.
nish«-» the green fe«*<l ao «Meutinl. Gate i
Elmo lli-iglita Sunday School, 2:30
ably interfere, ‘close at hand,
VV^AYNESBORO. a town in while at points more distant, af Can be »prouted and fed at four or xix i
B Y It U , tl.*30 p in.
high more economii-aliy than 1
Copyright. 1910. by American Preet Atto«.letton.
Virginia, has made itself ter a large portion of the waves | inches
Evening woreliip, 7i30 p. in
root» or vegetabl«*« can b*- produced.
A i-<>rilial w*-l<-oini- to there rervin*»
famous. It is the first place on have died out or been absorbed, Th»* litne reqiiiml for the grow th ix :
LD Deacon Bedell was the cheeriest man
J. M Ni-I»<ni. 1’ivitor
You'd meet with In many ■ day.
record to decline government the remaining wave movement aliort, the anionntof auccrtlent inat*-riai |
He 'lowed that the Lord had a pretty good plan
“pork.” Plans wei^? in forma seems to have become theoretical | in large and increa»e«i egg production 1» ,
fifth, ( hurch (it Christ
For running the world, and he'd say,
tion to give the olace a $60,000 ly perfect and regular- and the | invariably the reanlt. One hundred
Fifth ('¡lurch of CiirUL Scientist of
post office>buiiding. Rent on the j “nodes” are again found. The
Myrtle Park ILill,
to 4“0 pound» of eui-etilent f<*ed.
They could be a mighty sight wuas
building occupied cost less than more extensive the disturbance It ia an easy matter to con<rtict a •
An’ the things we've complained of the loudest so
Services Sunday 11 a. in.
$500 a year. The Commercial the more remote the point of re ' home iimd«» xprouter. but iiid«*re a warm
Sunday Seh<**»i 9:30 nnd 11 a. tn.
Heve proved to be b.essin’s to us.”
Wednesday evening testimonial meet
Club of the town called a halt on adjustment or perfect wave i room is available, and if many bird« .
ing 8 p. in.
the extravagance after they had transmission and normal wave an* to f»-ri, it in ailvixable to purehaa»-
When others lamented the drought he’d reply,
spent $7500 tor the ground, and recurrence. The modern ar- i one of the sev«-ral reliable aproulere now *
•’It’s better than havin' a flood.
i on the market.—C. s. A.
Lents M. t. Church
An* we ought to thank God when the weather is
advised the construction of a tillery warfare as illustrated on
Snudar tachisil 9:4ft. a. in.
That we don't have to waller In mud.”
$12.000 building as being ample European battlefields results in a
Preaching 11 :00 a m
Yet when it was stormy he'd never cornplain.
for the next 20 years.
day School hour has t»«-n
Bible Study Clara, 6:30 p. m.
confused roar where wave inter
But say with immutable
Epworth League 0:3<> p, tu.
r next Sunday troni 2 p. tn to
Whether the example set had ference is the rule and the actual
Preachihg 7:30 p. m.
“The Lord in his goodness has
It is hoj.il that this chungo
a stimulating etiect on the city sound is better distinguished at
Prayer mealing Thursday evening at
sent us the rain
F. M. Jasper, pastor.
of Hoquiam.iWash.. or whether points quite distant.
To lay the discomfortin’
Residence ft?03 H trd St.
Hoquiam jhas subconscious re
The second interesting sug
versions, anyway, whatever vou gestion in this paragraph lies in
laurelwood M. t. (hurch
want to call it. Hoquiam has like the manner ir. which sound af
When adversity smote him it
9:45 a. tn. Bunday school.
fell like the dew
wise declined an expensive post fects different animals, even
11:00 a. in. preaching.
On a mountain's imper
office, and HoodJRiver has gotten different persons. Aside from
12:80 a. in class meeting
(¡ .TOp in “
’ ‘ L ph ^ iip .
itself into print for doing the I the volume of intensity of a
7:80 p in prpH<’hing
for his simple philosophy
same sort of thing. But then ; sound its pitch has ar. importapt
8:09 p tn. Thnrntiny evening, pmyor
held to the view
you might expect Hood River U j part in its effect. Students of
That everything worked
Dr. C. U. Carlo», pastor.
do that. The people up there the subject have variously es
for the best.
rely on something beside “pork” timated the range of wave ac
And for others' misturtunet
German I Vdnqelli al Reformed Church
for their corporeal pabulum and tivity necessary to produce audi- -”" h» |pi> v to give him a <or,iui
he alwatys could find
Corner Woodstock Av8., and 87th St.
Apples, ble sound as running between
Such sweet consoiauon
11 „7U’“t U"
Rev W G Li<-iika>‘iii|»*r, pastor.
the fruit Jof ¡the EdetM of the I as a minimum, to 9000 as a
.Sunday School Id a m.
Morning Worship, II a tn.
It seemed that he envied the
Earth, are a proper sustenance maximum number of wave vi-
Y. P H at. 7..'10 p. m
for people of such'moral standard ! brations per second necessary to
German Schoo) ami < .'atechrtical dime
Éhititrdny in a. in.
The lives they were des
so once again'Hood River ¡-cores ¡’ produce the sensation of sound.
French Class to be Marl d
tined to live.
bj. main’lining its moral at That is, the ear would not be Anyorre who i* int»*ri*e(«*d irt n ronr-»
mosphere ¡on a par with its i disturbed by a vibration longer in the French language wonld do w I
free Methodist Church
One dry he wm caught In a
reputation as an horticultural than 16 to the second or be able to consult Mr». Lina Jasper, 6703 fl 11
Nnnday Nrliool, 10 a. ni.
street, or phone Tabor 4070. The cl era
Preaching, Ilk. tn. and 7:30 p. m
It cost him a leg, but h«
to distinguish one shorter than will meet for organization on Monday
Prayer meeting, Wednesday 7'30 p.m.
9000 to a second. Others have evening. Nov. 27
All are Cordially invited to attend
The Pacific Coast Manufac
*That*a gettin* oft cheaper than some I hsve seen,
estimated the minimum as low
turer complains because the
l*m thankful it waan't my head.”
Mop I he first Gold
Robert If.Clark, pastor.
as 9 per second and as high as
And alwaya thereafter he stumped on a peg
Oregon law prevents using
4<)000. This difference is evident A colil does not get well of itwlf, The
Or patiently went with a crutch.
wormy apples for cider or jelly.
ly due in part to a difference in process'll wearing 'Kit a cold w«-ars yon
Declaring. "I’m savin* a lot on ttiat leg —
It is all according to one’s taste.
Magnolia C.imp N<>. 40M, Royal
human ears. Some refuse to re out. «nd your rough l*e<*<irii«*x serious il
My socks only coat half as much.”
Personally we prefer our meat in
and Fourth Wedneadny» of each
sounds or vibrations below n. glii-tcil Hacking congha drain the
the form of steak, rather than
month at I. 0.0 F. Hall Meeomi
When his end was approaching he said, with ■ «mile.
certain lengths or longer than energy and nap the vitality. For 47
Wednegdayssocial meeting. Neighlmra
as worm juice in cider and jelly.
year* the happy combination of soothing
bring your families and Irmmla.
other certain lengths. In the antiseptic lialxanris in Dr. King's Now
But then we believe in being
••I’ve worked pretty hard a consld'able while.
Fourth Wednesday, luisinera.
Neighbors requested to come, Hr
rational. A good many defec lower animals these ranges of Discovery has lioalini couglis and relieve«!
An* I'm thankful to git a good rest.”
order i f the Camp.
congestion. Young and old can t«*»tiiy
tive apples properly handled vibration record vary. In birds to the effect! wneNi of Dr. King's New
So he went through the world strewing smiles on his
Th*- new factory at Grants Paas ia now
And the neighbors surviving him tell
could be utilized in the home
Discovery for coughs and colds.
turning out fine Bogue River Valley,
without hurting anyone.
isittle today at your Druggist, #0e.
■ugar as a finished product.
Was Thanksgiving for Lzra Bedell.