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MT. SCOTT HERALD
At poatottiee, Lenta, Oregon, Under act of March 3, 1879
Published Every Thursday at Lenta, Ore., by the M t . S cott Pvauanimi Co
H. A. DARN ALL, Enrroa and M anaou .
Residence: Tabor 2S13
ROSPECTS for permanent
With hogs at $9.85, lambs at
prosperity for Portland were $9.00. sheep at ¿7.50, steers at
neveb better. The worst draw
calves at $9 to $12.75, it
back the city has ever had is the begins to look as tho the
need of extensive payrolls. The •"ruinous” ’ tariff of today was
lumber business has given em- going to put
the farmer and
;everal hundred, stockman out of busine
of business each
Residents of the Firland and
up of the ship building business Kern Park section are combining
nere has the advantage already to promote mutual interests in
of employing more men than ’ securiug local
have heretofore followed lumber | Their example might be followed
ing. and prospects are favorable , profitably by people of other sec
for additional business. It is' tions-, for instance Lents.
reasonable to suppose the ship
building business will be perma
It will l>e a maiden speech in
nent, or at least that it will last1
for many years. Relatively the |
rises in her
commercial world has never felt
the shortage of shipping facili- seat to address the House for
ties as it does today anc there the first time.
are indications that iht want
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NOTES OF THE W. C. T. U.
At The Churches
«tate headquarter« al Portland move«
next week lo Troutdale.
who haa Iteen sick for the greater part of
the past year ha» ««cured the manage
ment of a large fruit farm near Trout
dale and there the Ruanella will make
ft is expected that the Thanksgiving
servire at Grace Evangelical church thia
week will be a great meeting., Some of
taking part—all the
churches ot Lent« « will be represented.
Tlwy Rave never I ven bei ,nl here ex-
eept by their own ongregations, be-
eauM' they hm^ bui recently taken up
th? work in this community.
thought ot cvlebratiUg the magniflceut
Vote by Uic people UU the
teiuj crane ' qm ,-tiou originated w ith
the able .«■ ■retary of Mt. Scott Union,
Mr«. I nr* Kichardsyn. who luc* the
happy lartilty ot thinking out many
A temperance factor of considerable
strength pwwe<i away within the week.
Jack Loudon, through his book, “John
Barleycorn*’ opened ibe eye« of many
9:45 a. in. H:bl« Hebool.
il a. Ui. Freso hi ng servie«.
8:(X)p. in. Evening service«.
7 :00 p in. B. Y. P. U. meeting.
H:0o Thursday Prayer meeting.
I asrybsdy welcome tn any ami all of
W, T. H. Kpriggn, pastor.
To borrow money, and you don’t
Have to pay it back.
MIILird Avenue Presbyter Ian Church
10 a, in. Hablialli Heimol.
11 a. in. Morning worship.
7:p. in. Y. P H. th E,
7 15 p. m. Evening worship.
7:3d p. in. Tiiurmlay, midweek service,
ti p. tn. Thnr»4av, ilmlr practice.
Rev. Win. II. Aims, Pastor.
Interest instead of PAYING it
If you have a bank account at
St. I cier s Cithollc (hurch
r a. m. Imw M«»«.
THE MULTNOMAH STATE BANK
4 per ceni on Tinte Deposits
10.30 a. m High M«««.
8:30 a. m Sumloy Hobool.
12 M. Oboli ichearsal,
Wick day«: .Mass at 8 a. in.
Safe Deposit Boxes for rent
Seventh Day Adventist Church
10 a, tn. Saturday Mabl>alh Hchoul.
Ila. •>>. Hntnrday |tte«cb>ng
7:30p m Wednesday, i’raverwetlug
7 :4ft |>. in. Humlav preaching.
The Multnomah State Bank
Lents Station, Portland, Oregon
Kern hirk ( hrlstaln Church
imliil'ereii* people u> tho terribly de- ,
-tntetive work <>f the liquor tr.u!ic. Lon-, 4
<1 ou * h appeal «a« that the youth uf the
c and others like him had «u-!
C«»rnHr CtFth KI, gutl Wth A vh » H» E.
lu a. m, Bible 8 c I hk >I.
Il a tn. ami 7;3>) p. m. preitrhing «er-
• m Chrud,
7:3<>p. m. Thur..laj , mid-wrok prayer
■xperi.-u -re which any child, I
iuuor rille, would tie likely to
Rev. <■ K
St. Pauls t pLsrnpdl Church
for many io<
Arlctd Baptist ( hurth
YOU DON'T HAVE
Mr«. Mary D Riimell,stat« correspond
ing secretary <4 th« W. C. T I’., whom
i office ha« been for two year« or more at
Entered as Second Clasa Matter February 19, 1014.
Office Phone: Home [Ml.
À • I
H1 vu v
to carry our o’ ’n pre
Orient and r i ?tum
ores or rough T i ryv r
Philippines f r hom
factoring. T le most
need in Portia d is an
steel producin ■niant
that and v> e v
our own again the
lints tVtjntjdlwl Church
m . Alimi
l’a it I BrftiHoiTu,
[>. io. C
' ’ftl u
HURRY TRIPS BY ACTORS.
fo fnr nriv.
might just as well have some of
tne vacation money mat is
spread around the world as not
and we can give the people their
I- nly . di-ce'.’er
who are most b< nefitted by the
V .4 I’lijMtn has gone, tha
tourist exploitation ought to take - t orini
>pcar»d aud tl mt a new
care of the most of the advertis
bad become well nigh
1 •. ig» »r at Ki ze4f t of life has t»een given
ing. The fellow who is selling
Jia could not move a bout
overcoats or shoes or groceries • < ven wit] i the aid oha cane, and wan Not i
no can spend his Whole
up hi* w..rk.
doesn't expect the state to pay < ÍOFCOíl til
1 the irpen ai r lait a certain
• hoejiiuJ his u"■th were cleaned.
for his advertising.
Neither ! weekà lat he was free from pain. He amoirnt of exri rcise and plain wholesome
f<xxi in xn arnount not exit"♦•ding tho
should the railroads, the hotels ' ''.iitjcarut’f.j ÍH0 cane and arch eupj
F km J v V
cun i>e had by ahiioet
and the auto dealers of the state. I and returned 1 work, without stiff.?ring everyone.
Himple, moderate diet and
If these businesses that get first ¡the «ligilUSt inconvenience from hi« exercise xnaxe ueaiin. i hKW aro not
whack at the Tourists’ cash
y are just
T? i- ?•».-<• «•>« <li im -nd a- iniwti< n-
share proportionately by putting I arthritie, which means an inflanrrnation plain co•riíiiiou SV 11*0*»
up half the $25,000, or deposit >f the joint« canwd by an infection. The
another $25,000 with the state ’ infection which ckWMl all the trouble j
The Hol'Wdter Wagon
before the state enters into the had its origin in «optic pyorrhea, a1
exploitation it would look like a I disease of tlie gnnu>, sometiui«•» called i A cup of hot wsu-r on rising,
A cup of hot water at noon.
* Bigg’s disease, caused by an infection ,
safe and fair venturi.
A cup of hot water on going to bed,
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pouh¡M>di fjjt* ai-lar wtio think" tì.nt
hla Hfa Í.H n<K »ù
4 1 wtd ate. Many
yw* afta uo tbnuttht the lltuU bad
l/i cii rfrarti’d wî
E. L. Oiivenport
dlartt lpt1 hi and
o. e m New
ni>.br Latar « ame th«
Keiitefttsut/atjump <*i UMvretic« Barrett
»ruta (rom New York to
r- 1. i mi U m ■ ri fan t han four days
Stid lhe Jomvpb Brvok îi tnaneebek leap
UHwunl-w ty Pbiliadelt’hJa be
it nun Mouuay
In time fur o regulnr ¡ erf urina uce lu
the lutter city.
<• e Richard Mtiurti elle enetgir»
compuand 11 hurry trip liatwnra New
Origans i.nd <'¡ií< :i.;a. < Iti n KUurduy
craning he presented “JuAu* Csicaar"
, In tlie Crescent City find on the next
succeeding Monday evening lie repeat-
i ed the experience In Chi< ngi>. Mcun-
i while he hud traveled a tin usand miles
and traus;>ortcd nil the ponderous >m-
i ¡«edlmeuts of bla well n ruembi rod pro-
. ductlou of the Hhuko.pcare clnaric.
This Is how it Wits done;
A spe< lui train hi ten cars wna under
steam In New Orleans ut tho close of
the engagement. As aoou as a accue of
the play ivim worked off it Wns con
veyed on trucks to the waiting spe
cial. When the curtain fell on the last
act tho players who appeared In it
without changing their costumes, were
driven to the railway station, and tho
train waa out of alght of New Orleona
before midnight Right of way win
given for the entire distance, aud re
lays of freak engines were provided
from division to division. Thua a now
record l-etween the gulf and Lake
Michigan was made. The running tfma
for the thousand miles was twenty-
thrae hours.—Kansas City Journal.
ItfW'i ’E;4o »t. Jii-
B Y. 1 ■1 ’
I if th t hurch ot Christ
Forth id, Or«'
service«Nntwlny II u. nt.
Sunday Set -»I
30 and il a. m.
Wcci). . .ay »■veiilnv t<-i<n..>mal inn t-
itlg 8 p. tn
lents M. t. Church
Nnmlav School 0:45. a. m.
Preaching 11 :00 a. m.
Bible sillily Cis»«, 5:30 j*. tn.
Epworth Leugne fl :IM> p, tn.
Prcaehihg 7 ¡30 p. ni.
Prayer meatiug Thursday evening at
F. M. Jat'per. pastor.
Residence 57n3 Hird Ht.
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New York .................... LT 4
North Carolina .......... 22"»
North Dakota ............
Particle« of food lodge m the crevices of ' Sipped leisurely out of the spoon,
Ohio ................................ f/rú
Laurelwood M. t, ihurch
OLUMS of “dope” is being, the teeth, decay, and become breeding Will act ar a tonic for anything chronic, Oklahoma .................... VO
ground’ for germs. Tartar forms at the , And keep every organ in tune.
9:45 a. m. Sunday who, 1.
served to the public con
Peunaylvanla ............. 1W
11:00 a. m. presetting.
base of the teeth in little pocket«.
fUiodc Jshuitl .......... ..
A cup of hot waler reduces,
cerning a dozen people of the
12i80a. m. class meeting.
8>uth Carolina .......... IM
this is neglected, small pockets of pus I
11:30 p. m. Epworth ls*ngtie.
South Dakota .............
windy city are living on 40 cents develop which fill with bacteria. The 1 A cup of hot water adds fat;
7:30 p m. preaching.
A cup of hot water will fill out your Tenn<WM/»e .................... 115
a day table board and getting pus discharge« in minute quantities,
8:00 p. m. Thursday evening, prayer
Texas ............................. IM
fat. Such effusions are the parses into the throat anil enters the in Dr make yon as slim as a slat,
Dr. C. R. Carlo«, pastor.
Sometimes the micro-organ
And even tor cancer yon get the same
rankest sort of nonsense, in
Washington ............. .
isms it «¡arries establish themselves in
Weat Vlratnla ............ us
vented simply to fill up space in the tonsils. Tlie result? Tonsilitis. If
German EvanqeHcal KdormedJChurch
A cup of hot water cures that.
Anyone the bacteria pass into the alimentary
Corner Woodstock Ave., and 87th .84.
can live and get fat on 40 cents canal they are absorbed by the system A cup of hot water with lemon,
Rev. W. O. I.ienkaempcr, pastor. '
Sunday School 10 a. tn.
a day. But let them feed a and set up inflammation at the point A cup of hot water with salt;
Morning Worship, 11 a. m.
offering least resistance. Thia frequent A cup Of hot Waler with pineapple juice,
Munition« Mam Needed at Home.
family of five on 20 or 25 cents
Y. P. 8. at 7:80 p. tn.
Or mint, or molasses, or malt;
ly is found in the knees, elbows, or the
ROGUES’ GALLERY IN EYE. . German
Howard E. Cofflu. chairman of the
School and Catechetical Claaa
or even 20 cents. Such a family joints in the feet. Do you wonder now If your nerves are unstrung or you’ve Industrial prcj«ir<-<lneHa committee of
Saturday 10 a. m.
bitten yonr tongue.
has as an income $1.50 to $2.50 what was the matter with the detec
the naval consulting board, will call
Formsr Sing Sing Inmate.
The system ‘twill superexalt.
the attention of the war department to
per day. Ten dollars goes for tive?
Bayonne, N. J.—Eight years ago Po
—From Town Topics. the Inadvisability of calling for mili
rent; $6.00 for fuel; $3.00 for Sometim“« people suffer for years from
Free Methodist Church
tary duty sklllsd workmen of Indus lice Captain Edward M. Griffin took
School, 10 a. m.
car fare; $1.00 for taxes; $2.00 what they consider inflammatory rheu
trial plants manufacturing war muni a trip to Sing Sing prison to mem
matism. They resign themselves to a
11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
to the doctor; $22; food at $1.00 life of pain wlien all that is necessary to
Stop The First Cold
Jersey imprisoned there. Uecently he
Prayer meeting, Wednesday 7:3o*p.m.
per day per family would make obtain relief is to have their teeth
picked Edward Goulka of 1H8 Court
Ail are cordially invited to attend
Coffin of the matter.
$30. With an income of $56, we cleaned. One woman, treated at the A cold does not get well of itself. The
»treet. Newark, from a group of pris thaaa service«.
on. th lust brought in. and eectoed Kim
have spent $52 and incidentals Hospital for Deformities and Joint process of wearing out a cold wears yon
Robert H.Clark, pastor.
Buck Attacks Cattle.
of being a Sing Sing graduate
Diseases, suffered so from this form of ont, and yonr cough becomes serious if
without number have been 4is- ’joint infection, which she thought was neglected. Hacking coughs drain the Altoona. Pa. -A four pronged buck
When confronted with bla finger
been annoying cattle on farms In
regarded, including lights, wat rheumatism, that she twice tried to energy and sap tlie vitality. For 47 has
prints, the police of New York confirm,
It was flrat
ed the Judgment of the captain, whose MngiioliX
er and clothing.
commit suicide. For nine months she years the happy combination of soothing seen nt lhe Bagshaw farm, where It
“enmern eve" Is now being duly n<l
mingled with the herd In the bain.vard
If these people, who after a was without the use ot both knees, both ,
W ■■dnesdayi of each
mliTd by hl« viibordlnntes
When the kins objected to this Intn:
month at I. O. 0. F. Hall. Second
sample of economy would take wrists and the left ankle. Wlw* was bed-1 Discovery has healed cough" and relieved sum
the itntlered monarch gored pev
\\ ednesdays so< lai meeting. Neighbors
She wa» carried into the | congestion. Yonng and old can testify
Wants to Go Back to Cell.
advice from svme one who had
bring yonr families sn l friends.
Oakland, Cm.—"Put me buck In Jail,
to the effectiveness of Dr. King’« New e-al of them silently and dixapiiearrd
Fourth Wednesday, bo«ine«s.
to economize, then they would ber teeth were cleaned she walked out a i Discovery for coughs and colds. Buy a in the mountuiiis. A day later the where I . an lie decent, before I do
Neighbors requested’ to come. Bv
buck Joined tlie cattle In a held of the . something Fl) fa? sorry for," Logged
have something to talk about well woman.”—Popular Science .Monthly bottle today nt yonr Druggist, 50c.
order of th« Camp.
Eli Moore farm snd after an en<*ounter William Lnmereaux ti e other day of
j - ■ ■
with thorn was driven off with dlffi
th-' desk sergeant nt the centrnl police
Why should a woman who can With 915,000,000less valuations, tax Shipbuilding is a natural industry for culty. He did not seem to be In the station. "Ever «Ince I loft San Q md -
Oregon 'vool has recently <old in
rate for 1917 is not increased in Port- 1 Pacific Coast ports and freight car build
tln the brand of pr'son ha« boon upou Portland fo- the highest price in tho
chew gum wish to vote?
I ing is a good interior industry.
me. and I can't get a Job."
hiatory oí ti > «tafo.