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Mount Scott Herald
WAR IIMt PROHIBITION PEOPLE’S FORUM
Commerce. Stlenee And Health De
mand Oustlnq of John Barleycorn.
Veteran Writes Of Trip.
Battle Mountain Sanitarium,
Among many iuterenting question*
Hot Springs, 8. Da , June 21 at, 1917. consiilered at the State Grange recently
To the Editor:—
held at Astoria was the abolishment of
Thinking some of your reader* would i th« State Senate, the organization
The Connecticut Manufacturer* A»-j like to know of my trip here I tho't I heartily endorsing such a measure. The
soci at ion, representing over 200 of th* ! woukl write you about a few of the senate can be abolished in less than
leading manufacturers of that «talc pa«*ed things I taw on the trip. I left Port- twenty words. The proposition was
a resolution favoring complete War Pro- J land May 21 at and «topped over at put up to the people once and defeated,
IE THERE IS ANY QUESTION lilhltion by a vote of 176 to 1. That wa« Penawawa, Wash, to visit relatives. but that does not mean that it will al
Mrs Clark remained there with her ways be defeated. We use*! to have
in your mind as to my ability to fit
Th»* American Medical Association, slater and I left there on the 28th for I two city councils in each city running
gl.tHM»-» correctly, even after others have tin* most representativeliody of its kind Spokane. I left Spokane on the morn
at the same time and hiding behind one
failed to give satisfaction, read this:
in tli<< world, ut its National Convention ing of the 29th, taking the Milwaukee another just as our two Legislatures do
Hear Mr. Pratt: I am glad to report in New York this month adopted resolu
road. The ride to St. Maries was thru now One legislature at a time is bad
that the glume'* you fitted for me are tions declaring alcohol to I h * neither u
a fine farming country and everything ‘ enough. There have been two » »sioris
working finely. My eyes are l»ett«r now f<H«t nor a «timnlant That wa« remark in the crop line looking well but the ' ot the legislature since the people had
than ttiey have been for several year* able.
season was two to three week« late, | the abolition of the state senate first'
After the l**-**t specialist* I could find
The National Conference of Charities and it wa« the same everywhere. There . sprung on them. Perhaps they would
back East failed to help them, I was and Corris i ioli violated its custom of ha/1 been a few dava of warm wi-ather i not shy again. "The Htate Senate and
al*iiit discouraged, but they are all right passing no re«ohition on u controverted and the »now had melted fast and the ! the oflice of Htate Senator is hereby |
Mr*. Farr's glas«es are al*o a subject and, recognising the patriotic
St. Joe River was out of its banka and abolished.” That is sufficient to do the
perfivt success Iler head quit aching character and overshadowing im|«>rtan*-e drift wood, logs, lath, lumber and even job if backed up by the people. North
|wfore *he ha<l ha*I them on an hour and of the question, unanimously adopted
some »mall buildings were floating to Dakota is alxiut to abolish her state
hasn’t bothered her any since. We the resolution favoring national proli ibi-
ward Couerd* Alene lake, ami in some senate. The Western State« of Canada
are IxiUi recommending you to all our tion. That waa remarkable.
place» the water was within a few feet . have done so long ago aud they get along
Thu* w»* see that these three remark of the track. The scenery waa fine af i ^ust as well.
able events, embracing the fields of ter we left the lake and entered the
Keen interest was also manifested at
Commerce, Science amf Social health, foot hills of the Rockies. The aky was the Htate Grange in the non-partisan
REV. H. IRWIN FARR.
dome In ami consult me about your are indicative of the growing sentiment clear and we began to see the lofty movement, as outlined by Mr. McKaig, ;
You will incur no in fat or ol prohibition. John Barley- peaks in the distance, with valleys, of North Dakota. The Grange endorsed ;
corn is doomed. The war will prove his ravines ami hill« nearer, and farms the organization of Oregon under its
scattered over the landscape. A b we ■ leadership by a strong vote.
went up the valley, the hills grew
Mr. McKaig stated that the primary
steeper and valleys narrower, but the object ot the non-partisan league was to
changing scene grew grander as we do away with food speculation. We
ILK. GEO. B. I’RATT.
quote the following extracts of his ad-
The »late headquarter* of the Woman's climbed the western slope.
dress, taken from the “Oregon Farmer:”
Christian Temperance Union ha* been
“It is not so hard and fast that Oregon '
628 Abler Hl. between fllli ami Broadway moved to 310 Helling Building, Alder St. electric power for the 441 mile haul
1 members are expected to adopt and '
The Institute to be held at Ix*nte, the
work for those things which the people
third Thursday of July, will tie of mark There was no smoke ami no cinders fly
North Dakota need. Different states I
ed interest to all, the program will treat ing in the car windows, and the start
different needs. It is a great re
of the plan, and methods of work for -nd «top was minus the jerk and bump
form party, but there is no wish to be- i
. i.i . pairiuut: m« » »« ® «•
lined by the national body and csrricl part of the journey easier, from Avery i come too radical. It is what I may call
j a conservative-radical party. It is for
out by the 20,000 locals throughout the to Roland the west entrance to the big j
tunnel at the summit a distance of 24 j political freedom by means of the bal-,
miles we had climbed over 1600 feet, ; ; lot. It is revolutionary, if you call it 1
A niiinlM-r ol new leaflets containing
had passed thru 22 tunnels and crossed ' revolutionary to have the people rule 1
HO-CAl.LED DANDRUFF can easily valuable information on "l’roductive I 24 bridges As we dre <v near the sum j in fact.
I* cured; tuy booklet give* full direc Citizenship in th»' Making,” and kindred mit we «aw the higher points covered ■ “Nor are we trying to have nobody .
tions; also Instructions for laities' live topics, has just baen issued by the I with a mantle of snow that the warm but farmers a« governors and member»»
shampoo Home Shaving for men, the Iatmr department of the W. C. T. U., weather was fast dissolving, and near- J of the legislatures. We want honest men
proper care of th* feet, a sure cure tor ami copi»*» can Is* had at “tale head ly every gulch and canyon had a series who are wise and willing to work lor the
constipation, liesidea other valuable quarters.
of cascades and miniature waterfalls , good of all the people. It makes no
reci|>ea. All are very inexpensive »ml
“Strong drink has stolen from every > yrorn (.he Hnow line to the bottom. In difference where they come from.
use simple common drugs. if you need home in England one pound <*f food for a few placea the snow had drifted in
"The party is built like other ppliti-1
help I want to help you. For further every day of the war. The «rain now hollows and the water had cut a channel cal organizations are. We hold caucuses
information and copy of liook semi a used in the United Hates in the manu under it leaving a enow arch.
ami conventions as other parties do.
two cent stamp to lz»ck Box 618, ¡.ent* facture of alcoholic drinka would enable
“We have been attacked bitterly in i
thru the tunnel at the
P. O„ Portland, Ore.
us to »end a pound loaf of bn-ad a day gurnlnit there was none of the discom- some states by some organs. We were
to each of 11,000,OU) men at the front.” i fort of smoke and cinders sifting thru called‘socialists’ in North Dakota be-1
Ft)R H A I.E—FA It M LA NI >S.
This statement '• being «ent out broad the cracks and the two mile nde under causejwe advocated the building of grain '
The Government need* Farmer* ns
well a* Fighters. Two million three cast in the pre«* of the day.
the Idaho-Montana line was a pleasure elevators by the state.
“In the Western States we have been
hundred thousand Acree ol Oregon A
Hectiou 12 of the Army bill road« indeed. The same beautiful scenery
California Railroad Co. Grant Lands. “Section 12. It «hall be unlawful to m il was to be seen on the east side of the welcomed by the farm organizations in
Title revested in United Htate*. To Is* any intoxicating liquor, including lieer, mountains but there were fewer tunnels particular. As in Oregon, so in Idaho,
opened for homesteads and sale. Con ale, or wine to any officer or member of and bridges. We dropped into the val-1 Montana, Colorado and elsewhere, the
taining mime of the 1**1 land left in the military forces while in uniform.” ley in a few miles where man with his grange and union would adopt us as
the United Hutes. Large Copyrighted
The National Council of Women repre ingenuity has made the desert to blossom their own. In the East where we have I
Map, showing land by sections and senting twenty-m v»n of the prominent as the rose and has made beautiful, made some progress, the farm organize- ;
description of soil, climate, rainfall, woman’s organizations of the country productive farms where only the In tions are more conservative, hut’they i
elevations, temperature, etc., by conn with a membership of about 7,000,000 dian and jack rabbit were to be found have made way for us without coming I
Postpaid, One Dollar. Grant ha« gone on record endoning national less than a half century ago, and thriv out in the open with their endorse-I
laiml* locating G'o. Box 610 Portland, prohibition a* a war measure.
ing towns and cities are found every mente.”
Two hundred men representing live few miles with all of the necessities of
WANTED—Woman to do family sUstk ami fanning interesta of Minnesota modern life and most of its luxuries and
WANTED—100 Berry pickers, women
washing. 64<>3 92nd HL, H. E.
I al*>r n-o-ntly wired President Wilson to su«-1 comforts. Night came down with her and girls. Red raspberries and logan
127». Mrs. Brock.
pend the manufacture of all malt ami
soula, so I wiil close this letter for fear berries. I. D. Hutchinson, 1 mile North
distilled liquor during the period of
LOST OR POUND
there; may not be space for more, of Lents. Tabor 2031.
war. William Hearst owner of
Kindest regards to all my friends at
FOUND—Purse containing money on greatest chain of news papers in
FOUND—Puree on Foster Road be- ,
tween 88th street and Lents about |
Estacada car track. Owner can have worhl including groat dailies At
R ev . R. H. C lark
same by proving property and paving Francisco, Chicago, New York, Philadel
JuneS. Owner can have same by I
proving property and paying for this'
for this ad. Apply this office.
phia ami Boston, ha« swung hi* two
California papers—San Francisco Exam
FOUND: A purse, on W4th St. be iner and Los Angele« Examiner over to
Washington dispatches advise us that
tween 51»t and 62nd Avenues. Owner tight for ABSOLUTE, STATE WIDE, a certain United State* senator tillered a
NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S SALE
can have same by calling at this office. BONE DRY Prohibition.
if his son were exempted In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for |
The 700 physicians in attendance nt from the draft. The party to whom the H. Cleveland, plaintiff, vs Albert W. Bahlke '
CALL FOR BIDS ON WOOD.
oiler was made promptly communicated anti Eva Bahlke, his wife; F. W. Stock, unmar« i
Bids will l»e received by tbs School the state convention of the Illinois the fact to the Attorney General of the ried. Jamea Cunningham and Julia Cunning ;
ham. hi« wife and V. Cladek, Terezie Cladek,
Board of District No. 15, Multnomah
his wife, J. M. Lovin and Bertha A. Lovin his i
wife, and Bob Conklin, unmarried, Defendant.
County, for forty-flvecords of first class, j
We are watching for the next act in By virtue of an execution, judgment order,
decree ami order of sale issued out of the above |
first growth, fir cord wood.
the drama of "senatorial dignity.”
| entitled Court, in the above entitled cause,
Bills to lie opened at the school bouse holic liquors in the military camps.
to me directed and dated the 12th day of June,
Will it come?
The Peruvian government oliers $.'«X)
l‘.H7, UDon a judgment rendered and entered I
in said District, at eight o'clock p. m.,
in said Court on the 6th day of June, 1V17 in
for a temperance text l«»ok. Every
favor of H. Cleveland, plaintiff and against I
July 5th, 1917.
Albert W. Bahlke and Eva Bahlke. his wife, '
The Board reserves the right to re- lxs>k submitted must be original ami j
defendents for the sum of 91S00 with inter
the rate of 7 per cent per annum from1
ject any and all blds. ( Delivery at the
the .5th day of February, 1916. and the further
aum of fel.lft with interest at the rate of 7 per
School House is exp»»cted at an early
cent per annum from the 1st day of February, '
J. Leitheiser, President.
Mrs. LinnieCarl one of our own Ore
1917, and the further sum of 9126.00 with inter- '
at the rate of 6 percent per annum from
Geo. F. A. Walker, Clerk. gon white riblHiners is National Young
The response to the appeals for the eat
the 6th day of June. 1917 ami for the further1
P.siple's Branch Field Secretary, after Red Cross fund in Oregon have been as mun of 136.9.) cost.« ahd disbursements ami the
costs of and upon this writ commanding me to
six weeks work in Tennessee word cornea patriotic as the response for subscription make sale of the following described real prop- '
to«u it :
“Where ever she goes she wins friends. to the Liberty bonds. Like all organized erty
Lots Fifteen (15). Sixteen (16), Twenty-five (25)
Her address hero was one of the most charities there is no approximation to ami Twenty-six (36) in Block Seventeen (17)
College Place, Multnomah Couuty, Oregon.
inspiring 1 ever heard.’’ We are proud justice in contributions. The millionaire Now Therefore, by virtue of Saul execution, |
order, decree and order of sale ami
ot our Portland < iirl.
food s|H*culat<>r has not contributed in judgment
in compliance with the commands of said writ
I'hoiiv, Tabor 3214
1 will, on Monday the 16th dav of July. 1917, at
Every im'eting of the Mt. Hcott W. C. proportion to many of his victims. The 10
o’clock A. M.. at the east front door of the
T. U. is of groat interest. Several new I millionaires of Portland contributed County Court House in Portland, Multnomah
Dr. P. J. O’Donnell
County, Oregon, sell at public auction (subject
members have been r»»cently added and very small sums. There are grain to redemption), to the highest bidder for cash
in hand, all the right, title and interest which
a* lieautifnl service of reception to new speculators, potato «(»eculators, fish ! the
within named defendantsand each and all
them had on the 7th day of May. ¿906. the
W.| ST. «nd POSTER RD. (Over Lent«
memlwn makes each fee) that they
the mortgage herein torvclosed or since
long to a home protection army that is and lumtier speculators, and other kinds that of
date had in and to the above described
or any part thereof, to satisfy said
worth while indeed.
execution, judgment order and decree, inter
Word com»* from the National head
T. M HURLBCBT
^Sheriff of Multnomah County,Oregon ’
quarters at Washington to “keep the make much more. It ia safe to say that
Dated this 13th day of June, 1917. First issue
wires humming.” This means that any
June 14th, 1917. I.ast issue July 12th. 1917
l)r. Wm. Rees
day action may tie taken by Congress on Oregon a dozen could be picked who J. J. Johnson. Attorney for the Plaintiff.
some of the bills now pending for na could have contributed the entin» appor-1
Office an<l Residence, Ä« K .»th St.
tional prohibition as a war measure. tionment out of their incomee and profits
Communications by wire and letter this year and never missed the money as
should go at once to the President and much aq the widow in South Portland
Perhaps your ltver isn’t acting
to Senators and Congressman urging who has eight children to support by
right. When your liver is slug
that such bills tie passed. Rest assured hard lalior, and who contriouted eight |
gish, poisons steadily accumulate
the members of Congress are receiving dollars. Charity ia no remedy for any
Dr. C. S. Ogsbury
in yonr system.
their instructions from the liquor inter
regulate your liver more certainly
than 8AN-TOX Liver Pills. They
esta as to how to vote. Prompt action flap. The genuine part of it is usually
promote regular bowel movement*
by the temperance people is absolutely imposition on thoee already robbed. The
and are unequalled for constipa
necessary. Not only act yourself, but
tion, sluggish liver or
billiousness. They don’t
Kant <O»7 see that your neighbors, associates in
gripe. Price tie.
business, and fellow townsmen do like than half a million a month that is levi-1
wise. Also continue sending telegrams ed by the food combine in our beautiful
John Guy Wilson
to the President, as commander-in-chief citv of roses and tax dodgers.
of the Army, asking that he exert his
.«M PI Clock Rlock
F. R. Peterson & Sons, Props.
powerful influence for the safeguarding
Office Consultation Evenings by Appoint men of the enlisted men.
The Optical Shop
PORI LAND S RtSPONSE
10 RED GROSS APPEALS
May lie shown in many way*. One is by economy in the home.
For the coming months.
FRUIT JARS HERE
ECONOMY, .SCHRAM, MASON, and E-Z SEAL
also fixtures and jelly glass»-»*
L. E. WILEY
9040 Foster Road
Consists in studying
FOOD VALUES AS WELL AS PRICES
FOR GOOD MEATS and
The Thrifty Housewife goes to
Eggiman’s Meat Market
5919 92d Street
JOY IN YOUR HOME
is easily attained if you patronize your
Our plant is clean and sanitary,
We return goods quicker,
We make good on losses and injury
We employ all local help. Our weekly pay roll is large
We «pend our money here. We solicit YOUR business.
We have not raised our prices.
NEW METHOD LAUNDRY
5906 90tb Street
HAVE YOU EVER
AINSWORTH AUTO SERVICE, 9101 Foster Rd.
for Express and Moving?
Those who have are still our customers.
Evening» and Sunday«, Tabor 289S
Portland Of.. JO» 1-2 Alder, Mar. 989
B. W. SINES
(Successor to McKinley A Co.)
Hay, Grin, Wheat, Oats, Barley, Chicken Feed
and Supplies of all Kinds. Wood, Coal and
Briquettes. Meat Scraps and Grit
9326 Foster Road
DRAKE & MAUCK
LIDS I 2 I BONES
126 Fourth Street
349 Wash. St, Opp. Morgan Bldg.
We publish the tieraid.
$1.00 Per Year
MT. SCOTT PUB. CO