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Mount Scott Herald
«f «ort, ekisar hair
•nd • scalp fra* frum
dandruff and Irrita
tion ara Imurad l>r
ths dally um of this
to be fa «red in pn tended patriotism.
Mnoh of the patriotism of today baa dol
lar arks on it.
Pretended piety is
another source of danger as many make
pretense for revenue only.
A row of sweet peas planted near Bad
ger Creek, at the ¡hotel are now eight
feet tall and still growing. The land
lady says she will have to get telephone
poles for them to climb.
Prof. Couper, who lives one-half mile
North of the Poa office, has rented his
ranch and will go to the city where he
has secured employment. He is a very
desirable citizen and we are sorry to
Mr. ami Mrs. Fred McKinley, of
WiHMlmere, are the proud parents of a
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Abel and their
young son who arrived at their home on daughter, Miss Virginia, and Mr.
It stimulates hair
the 14th Inst.
Oswin, of this district, motored to lx»g
falling uf the hair.
rloeoMo and Invlg-
B. N. Himebangh, of Gilbert, was In fa Barn* laid Sunday morning, where
eratM the scalp
Lents this morning, making this office they were royally entertained at the
and aliare Itching,
hotel there. The party went by the
n pleasant call.
burning and all Irrll*.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Gartner, of bhtli HL, Gresham route and returned by way of
are entertaining the former's brother Oregon City.
The Woodmere Athletic Club will
ami wife and six children, of Nebraska.
a weinie roast at Johnson Creek in
Road Master York and hie corps ol |
workm«n are nearing 92nd St. with the the near future.
Chas. Beede, of 7620 63rd avenue
Flatter Road improvement. Little by
little lx*nta is lieing pulled out ol the 8. E., lias recently returned home from
a six month’s stay in the East.
mud and dust.
oom I an l uaar.
Mrs. Win. Lope and her neice, Miss
II. Julian,of the Lent» variety store,
Will lie re
funded If y<m
Beulah V. Miller, of 7620 64th avenue
been spending some time down at the 8. E., spent the entire day st Gladstone
■ oast. Mr. Julian returned on Sunday Chautauqua last Friday. They were
Public Ownership Of Utilities.
to look utter the business while Mrs. entertained at the camp of Mr. and
gn*at advantage of public owner
Mrs. Zebrung, of Firland
Julian goes down for a little vacation.
Mu Ila quinine llalr T<>nle
public utilities is that it takes j
a full line <>f HAN-TOX U
On Tuesday evening of this week
preparations and ranedialo are
Representative McArthur is receiving
tin* public service corporation out of I
tur aals Lg
congratulations in Washington because
of the honor of representing the only friends on her lawn. Ice cream and
The public service wrporation of any '
Congressional District in the United
must get into politics. The j
Hiatrs which did not have to draw Ik Among the gue*ts in addition to Mr. ' politicians will force it in with measures
i and Mrs. Lojie, were Rev. W. H. Arnos,
man in the first selective draft.
I threatening profits—dividends.
Mrs. Julia Beede, Mrs. Anna Beede,
F. R. Peterson & Sons, Props.
Mias Izina Crandall, of With afreet, is
The legal expense account of the
Mies Beulah V. Miller and Mr. Neil M.
taking a vacation, necmieitated by ill Roller taon.
large public service corpoiations is an
health. She la s|x<nditig a week with
Mrs. Clock and her two daughters, elastic fund that alisortis political and
Rev. and Mrs. Moore, formerly of la*nts
No matter how good
Theodora and Florence, are spending a other activities.
Methialist Church, now located at few weeks picking loganberries near tile intentions of the management of a
public service corporation it is forced to
mix into public affairs because it is per
Miss Olive Reed, ol 6743 7Hlh street,
It is a part
rived in Izmta from Bremerton on was given » pleasant surprise last Fri- forming a public function.
GRAVEL and SAND. R. Heyting.
of the government, and the services it
Phom* Talair 2063
j day evening by a number of her friends, renders necessitate exercising
»fiend a abort furlough witii his parent*.
HO-t’Al.l.ED DANDRUFF can eaaily Mr. and Mrs. D. Benge, of 6l»t avefiue whom she found sitting in the darkness powers of government.
awaiting her arrival home. Not until
I m * cured; my Ixsiklet gives full direc
The public management may lie
*he bad turned on the light and heard a travagaut and corrupt.
tions; al»<< Instructions for ladies*
luimont Dunbar left Friday evening chorus ol "surprise" did she realize
shampoo Home Bh iving for men. the
The public utility may lie run at an
proper car« ol th” feet, a sure cure lor fur Starr. Idaho, where he will remain
constipation, tieside» other valuable for some time with his uncle on a ranch what was taking place. Ice cream and inferior grade from what a corporation
cake were served.
recipes. AH ate very inex|>ensive and
would run it.
use to in pie common drug*, if you need near that place. lie hopes to develop a
Mrs. Wm. Lojie leave* this morning
There may be a voting power exer- j
help I want to help you. For further more robust constitution in the high for Marshfield, where she will spend a
by the employees to the detriment
information and copy of laeik wild a and dry climate of that section.
ueek with relatives and friends.
of public affairs.
two cent stamp to Lw-k Box <118, Lents
Mrs. Anna Dawson, of 92nd wtrvet
P. t > .. Port land.1
This is all so. But the public escapee ■
Miss G(ace Spaulding, of 4418 76 th
E., who lia« Spent the last three street is spending a few days with from none of these items by allowing a
FOR SALE FARMLANDS,
The Government needs Farmer* a* months with friends and relatives in friends in Bellingham, Wash.
private corporation to attend to any
well «« Fighters. Two million three Nevada, returned to her home in Iz-iitM
part of the public business.
h urn I nil tlioua*nd z»in*s of Oregon A tin* last of the week. The return trip
The elimination of graft in an indus
< ’allfornin Railroad Co. Grant Liuids. was made via tin* Southern route, stop
try operated by a private cor|*oration |
Title revealed ill United Stab** To Is*
Just now a little rain would lie tine enhances dividends—which is another |
opened for homestead» and sale, Con- ping with friends at various California
tabling some of the ls-»t land left in points.
lor the growing crops. Just let the form of graft.
The public sutlers just I
the I lliti* I State«. Large Copyrights!
Miss Alma Gilison, of 5804 tilth street "blessed rain drop in.”
Map. showing land by
r>v sections and
The remedy for inferior service by a I
The new school building is complete
description of Hill,
soil, climate, rainfall, S. E, has gone to Spokane on a vaca
elevation», temperature, etc , by coun tion trip. She will spend some lime ly finished and is a credit to the com publicly owned utility lies in the citi-1
Postpaid, <>ne Dollar. Grant with friends and relative». returning munity. It is one of the best school sen making his ballot an asset to be ■
Land» bleating Co. Box <110 Portland, late in August, via Seattle, where she
building« in the County for the size of used lor ins own profit and not for a i
plaything to be given to auy politican i
will join her friend, M *s Katherine the district.
FOR HALE- Piano. Good condition. Perry, who will accompany her on the
for the asking. As this is done ;tiie pub- I
Am leafing city. Must »<‘11. Phone
remainder of the home trip.
Tsl-ir 11311 Mrs llurke Beeman.
hospital last Sunday, where it was lie utility iu public bands is fully up to .
Ft >U S l>—in front ol John D'a store i O. C. Curry, of Cliehalum Mt., has found necessary for her to undergo an
Tfic toting power of the employee is I
gold ring witti opal setting. Owner can announced an auction vale at his ranch operation. She is doing well.
just us great under the private manager ;
have same by proving property and on Satiirdny of this week, the 28th
W. A. Ulrich has begun picking
paying lor ad.
Inst. Five milk cows, five heifers, Cuthbert raspberries, and the crop is as under the public uiauager and much ,
“I t >R BALE—Good Steel Radge for team, wagon, buggy, harness, hog* and very good considering the hot weather. more likely to be made use of for public I
injury, where dividends enter the prob- I
♦ JA. Coal S’x’i with coil. Range in line farming implements arc among the
condition practically a* good a* new. tilings which will Is* sold on this date. ,
Call at tlülô VDlh SI,, 8. E. la<nta. 11.
Where we are deficient as a mass in
Miss Olga Johnson,of St. Paul, Minn, considering public ownership is that we
amount« over $10.tX).
Dr. and Mrs. Tidball, l rewiding nr ar wir* a guest ut the home of Mr. and undertake to make each public utility
I Gray*« Crossing, are leaving this week Mrs. P. J. Berke a few days last week. pay a profit, pay a sinking tund for
for Iowa, where they expect to reside Miss Lucile Roxford and Miss Alice ootids issued and pay its way.
When we are mse enough to see dif
in the future. Mrs. Tidball’s mother, Johnson, also of St. Paul, are guests at
we will make some great leaps
Mr*. Dickson, of Los Angeles, Calif.,wlm
1 has spent the last few montlm with say the two Miss Johnson’? were not re ! toward public utility ownership of every
Dr. Wm. Rees
(them hen* returned to her home. lated and neither knew of the other’s I aiutl.
We do not expect a public school to
Office und Itoidrticc, A h K Aoth Hl.
They will lie greatly missed, especial intended visit
ly from lients Methodist
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Young, of Port pay.
We do not expect a tire departuieut
circles. The best wishes ol their many land, were Sunday visitors at the home
triends go with them to their new home. of the latter’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. to pay.
It e do nut expect a pulice depart-
Sargeant Fred Peterson, of the Medi Sttner.
rneut to pay.
cal Corps with the Third O. N. G , who
Allen and Faxon Joy made a business
The street cleaning departuieut does
has been stationed in Montana, has trip to Fairview on Monday of this
John (iuy Wilson
liesn called back and ordered to report week.
They are all a dead loss, Receipts
He paid Ids relatives
Chas. Garrison left Tuesday evening nil. Expenses millions.
here a flying visit on Tuesday. It is for Medford. He expects to be absent
Office Conaullatlon Evcnlnga by Appolnlmen
An owner of a big office building I
supposed lie has been called back to about a month.
charges up tiis elevator service to over
take bis examination as a first-class
Mrs. pave Masters is spending a lew head expenses. It is a dead lues, No-
sargeant, the highest lie can get in the days this week visiting with relatives
body pays a cent for the elevator—di
Prof. T. E. Lawson
medical corps without being a graduate and friends in Seattle.
rectly. The transportation system ol
Plano Lessons at Your Home at 6Oc physician.
Ole Dahlquist and O. J. Forsgren took the Wilcox building in 1’ortland is free !
The “Herald” office force have been
ll<< Will Call
to the mountains last week, re to all who come aud go, visitors or
revelling in cherries this week, brought
turning on Saturday, They had the tenants.
«VI« Mlh Hl.
from Possom Trot farm, La Fayette, by
The^* is no rea.*on why a city should
Mrs. Hyde and her daughter, Miss Eliza good fortune to bag a bm black bear.
charge for trans|>ortation any more than |
beth, who enjoyed a week end trip to
for schools, parks, playgrounds, police,
country one day recently.
YOUR LAME HORSE that delightful place, which would be Molalla
supervision, fire protection, and ,
I. F. Coffman, of Lenta, was out look
sufficient to lure any one hack to the
soil. One of the attractions of the place ing after his potato crop one day during so on. \Ve are constantly increasing
the functions of these departments of i
is a beautiful herd of pure hied Jersey the fore part of the week.
A Well Shod Horse
public service, operated absolutely free i
heifers which comprise the dairy herd
Rarely Goes Lame.
of Poasom Trot farm at present, which ning to attend the big Field Day meet where once our forefathers charged for
have been raised from calves since Mr. to lie held by the farmers at the Gresham them.
Don't let your horse suffer from bad
When we learn that we do not need to j
French «sunned the management of the fair grounds on Saturday of thia week.
shoeing. We gtiar»ntee every job.
borrow a dollar to establish a public
place about two years ago. They are
utility, and that we do not need to
Iwntities and pass a high grade milk test
MATT GREENSLADE, Blacksmith
charge a cent for its service, but that in 1
Foster Road and 93d St.
Mrs. Rindle, accompanied by Mr. and the form of general taxation the com
Mrs. J. L. Johnson and Mrs. Ma bee en munity can manage its own utilities we
joyed a cherry picking jaunt to Happy will be on the road to the harmoniza
WE TAKE PRIDE
tion of civilization.—A. D. C.
Valley the last of the week.
When in Lents
Eau De Quinine
bodies are being
relieved every day
My up-to-date methods
deal direct with the
M Y PROMISE
I promise you better health, greater menial
and physical energy than you ever realized
you could posMrs.
If you have organic difficukie«: if you are
weak and desire to be strong: if you are nerv-
ou.; have tn-adache». rheumati.m. or female
complaints. I can be of ineatimable value to you
DR. R. A. PHILLIPS
THE AL.ISKY BUILDING
PRONI MAIN 3142
Get Your Meals At The
The best is none too good for you
A. KNAPP, Prop.
Quick Service, Sanitary Conditions
Satisfactory Work, Moderate Prices
Special Attention to Children’s
CHESTER’S BARBER SHOP
AH. FRESH FRUITS IN SEASON AT LOWEST PRICES
Ice Cream, all Brands of Fresh Tobaccos and Cigars,
Candies, Milk, Bread and Pastry.
CALL AND GIVE US A TRIAL
MRS. F. DAVIS, Lents Waiting Room
There are rumors afloat which indicate
that the "Unexpected Club" are getting
busy again after a busy Summer which
has not admitted of social activities.
Haying all done here.
Jack Frost made us a slight visit last
Sunday night. Not much damage done.
The weather continues dry with no
sign of rain in any direction.
Mr. Mumpower and outfit of Baker's
Bridge on the Clackamas River, is up
at the shingle mill getting out some
cedar timber for Editor Jackson of the
Journal for hie $20,0110 Summer home
on the Clackamas River.
Elmer Johnson was the only man
here who was drawn for the first call.
The Odell boys were drawn for the next
call. Also, August Berdenstein.
Washington in his farewell add res
warned hie countrymen of the dangers*
and not its symptoms
In other words my electrical
and other treatments re
move the cause of disease
and so allows nature full
sway, rather than merely
alleviating pain, the com
monest symptom of disease
Send for free booklet and
testimonials or come in
and consult me FREE.
About the time you are ready to discard a tire or
tube is the time you should let us see it
We Put More Miles into your Tires
If it is too late we will tell you, but most tires can
be repaired so they will give lots more service.
We are completely equipped for all kinds of vulca
nizing and repairing and our prices are reasonable..
AXEL KILDAHL, Proprietor
Tabor 3429 D 61
8919 Foster Road
What Do You Want?
No Matter, We Have It Here
THE QUALITY IS HIGH and THE PRICE IS LOW
KERN PARK HARDWARE CO
4624 67th St S. E. 1-2 blk N. Kern Park Sta.
May be shown in many ways. 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 glasses
L. E. WILEY
9040 Foster Road
B. W. SINES
Brewery Pays for Speech,
On the 8th of March, Mr. Meeker,
Representative front Missouri, and lead
ing wet orator, extended his remarks in
the Congressional Record to cover 67
pages. Now, one l’aul 8. Conwell is
suing for compensation, alleging that
he wrote the speech at the order of the
Kansas City Breweaies Co., and was to
receive $1,600 as compensation, of
which only $2tM) was ever paid. The
speech was a jumble of junk, news-
paper clippings, etc., being incorporated
without even careful arrangement, An
interesting incident, indeed !
Cause of the disease
Let Us See that Tire First
fn the Sanitary Arrangement
of Our Shop
(Successor to McKinley A Co.)
Hay, Grain, Wheat, Oats, Barley, Chicken Feed
and Supplies of all Kinds. Wood, Coal and
Briquettes. Meat Scraps and Grit
9326 Foster Road
STOP, LOOK, LISTEN!
Did You See My Ad Last week?
I SAID I COULD SAYE YOU MONEY’ AND YOUR CAR FARE
if you would buy your sheet metal supplies in
LENTS INSTEAD OF DOWN TOWN
The millions of acres of land
held out of use by speculators is
the foundation of the artificial
famine we are “enjoying” in the
You can buy anything you want from a baby chick fountain
to a wind mill tank in my shop
Stop And Let Me Show You My Goods and My Prices
A. S. PEARCE; The Tinsmith, Foster Rdn opp. P.O. Tab. 5838