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OR. C. S. OOSBURY
Last Night’s Dreams
—What They Mean
I K NTS, OMBOON
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DR. P. J. O’DONNELL
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DR. A. O. ATWOOD
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Phone: Talior Mttft
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.MADE To OHDEIl
tel<*I.M>ln> III M|«r «a Cap»
Lents Welding Shop
ltKAMH In which th. setts, of
niii.ll Is primcni .re ot the rarent.
Yet they <!«> MtnotliMS occur mid that
they have ullr.cted attention for a
lung time I. evidenced by the fact that
Interpratatlonn of them have been
banded down through the centuries by
th. mystics. They account It a most
happy omen to dream that you amell
perfume«, and to thia rule there atoms
to he only one exception—the .moll of
roevmary In a dream la aald to foretell
mourning; though to aee It mid not
amell It I. good fortune. All other
perfume» menu thut you will he well
»poken of by your ucqualntani'cs and
will aeeociate with pimple of Intelli
gence and .tnmlliigi all your ruler-
prl»es will turn out aucceaafully. Ilut
let the married man tvhime wife dreams
Ilial .he put. perfume on her head
look to tilmai'lf; there la going to be
only one boss In that household and
«he Is “it.”
Why the dream coiiaclouaue««, which
deal. mo ri-inllly mid acutely with
moat other m - iiiui Ilona, should lie mi
elinry of linmlllng olfactory one. ta
Freud yet to explain. The M'lentlsts
have iHideuvoied to excite "uinvll
dreams’* by the application of odor,
to the slerper'a nostrils, but exjierl-
merits In this direction have not usu
ally lievu aucceaaful and Kills cite,
an experiment mnde by Prof. W. 8.
Monroe upon twenty women students
nt the Westfield Normal school. A
crushed clove was placed on the
longue for len successive iilglit. Iirfore
going 10 bed. Of the 251 dreams re
IMirted there were only eight ’‘smell
ilreums,'' a lid only three of these uctu
ally Involved clove». The real ’’smell
drcHm" occurs without any "objective”
source, and It would mviii to lie s most
difficult mutter to force the dream con
sciousneaa nrtltlclnlly to take cogr*
sauce of a m-nse of smell.
Mothers’ Cook Book
Th« demand for unification ot effort to
ni»k, th« whole world a wholesome ptae.
to live la the miprasn. demand ot th. hour
l.awo Mowers Repaired
All Work Oilarmilrod
«alii llamewt sliojr—Fo-ier. nr. ,Mnd
Economy Furniture Co.
L. A BARKER, Prop.
New and um -<1 furniture, atoven
ruga, enrpet», tool« ete.
<101Ninety sei-onil street.
If you want good
printing of any
kind and want
it on short
See the Herald
htatkmknt or thk ownership .
AOKMKNTKTtmtqUIRKH SY THK ACT
OF CONO RMW or ACOL’sr M. till
Ol the MT SCOTT HKRAI.D. pulillihed week
ly.m PortOr»»..,Fir April ». l»»o.
htatk or okkoon . j
County of Multnomah.
Before ma, a Notary Publie In and tor Ibc
Rt»t<- «ml county afore»al<t, per»onally app>«r
c<l J K. tlmlik». who Affirm» an<t »Ar» he la the
puhll.hor of tho MT. H'OTT IfKKAl.D An<1
that the followln« I» tothebeatof hl a knowl
Allee unit belief, a true »tataiiient of the owner
ahlp management, eta.. of th.’ »foreaalil publi-
eatlnn tor the data allown In the Above rapilon
requlri'd l>y tin- Art of Con«ree« of Augnai M,
tail, i.mlio.ile.1 In aeell hi «41. Poetai laws and
Regulation», printed on the rever»« of thia
form, to wit:
I. That the name ntvl ad.lri-aa of the publiait-
er aii'l editor la J, K Ui klke Portland, Ore.
Î That the owner la J. K. Upllke.
S. C. W smith I« binine«» menacer,Portland.
< That the known bondholder», mortaeee»
an ' other »ecurlly holder» owning or holding
1 p .r rent nr mo e ol total amount ot bond»,
niortgagi a. or other aeeurltles, are NON K.
\ That the I »0 t>»ragr»ph» next above, giv
ing the name» of the owner», »loekholden
and aecnrlty holder«, II any. contain not only
the llat of aliM'kholdeta and aecurtly holder»
a» they appear upon the book» of ihe com
latny aa truatee or In any other fiduciary re
lation. the name of the perxon or corporation
for whom «net» truttao la given; alao that the
»eld two pa egrapha contain atatamenta cm
bracing arbant» fii I knowledge and belief aa to
the rln.iim»tanei’» «nd condition» under
wlileh .tovkhobtamand aecnrlty holder» who
do not »p|e «r upon the Imok» of the company
aa ru-ti.e«, hold »lock and aiuHtrittax In a cap
aclly other than that of a h na fide owner:
and thia affiant haa no rea»on to believe that
any other peraon aaaoctati. 11 or corporation
ha» any Internal direct nr Indirect In the Mid
atnek. bond« nr other «eciirlttaa than a» »0
•tated by him.
J. K. UPPIKK
Bubacrib.'d »worn to before me thia Rth
day of April IVIV
C, K. KKNNKDY
Notary Pnblta for Oregon.
My eommlaalon expire» Juuc
What to Eat
The follow Ing cake la one which nmy
be given to the children :
Cream Jelly Roll.
Beat two egg. without separating the
whiles und yolk.; gruduiilly beat lu
ulie cupful of sugar, udil one cupful of
cream from tile top of the milk bottle
and one uud two thirds cupfuls of Hour
sifted with half a teaspoonful of salt
and three tviispiamfula of baking ¡tow-
dvr; mid ulao a grutlng of lemon or
orange rind or half a teaapoonrul of
1 lie extract. Itake In a dripping pan.
lined with greased paper, lu u hot oven,
nboiit eighteen minutes. Turn out on
a dump towel, cut the crisp edges and
spread witii any fruit jelly mid roll.
Bent the yolk of one egg, add half 11
cupful em li of melted tut uud tuo-
Inases. mix mid mid two and one-half
cupfuls of Hour. «IfIcd with one tea-
s|HH>nful of Maia, one generous table-
s|MHinful of ginger and half a teaspoon
ful of aiilt. Mix thoroughly and chill
In the refrigerator; then roll Into a
sheet, cut In small rounds, »el In a well
greased pan mid bake. When cold
place on top
Put the unbeaten white of one egg.
seven-eighths of a cupful of grnnuluted
sugar and three tablesimonfula of cold
water into 11 double boiler. Have the
waler In the lower part of the boiler
twilling, mid begin to best the mixture
nt once with 11 Dover egg beater; con
tlnue beating seven minutes; add
twelve murshmnllows nnd bent until
the mixture la smooth; remove and
best until nail enough to hold Its
Sift together three-fourths of n cup
rul of cornmeal, one-fourth cupful of
imtuto tlour. one cupful of wheat Hour
one-fourth cupful of «ugnr, half a ten
a|monful of anlt nnd four tenspoonful»
of linking powder. Rent one egg, add
a.cupful of sweet milk nnd tlin*« tnble-
x|MM>nfuls of melted shortening nnd
stir Into the dry Ingredients, Bake In
n hot, well grataed niutlln pnn twenty-
five minutes. This makes a doien
A good way to stretch a small por
tion of moat for lift» family Is to chop
It nnd mix It with noodle* nnd n little
brown or cremn unuce. This may be
served In one casserole dish, or In the
«mall ramekin« covered with buttered
crumbs and bnked.
(Copyright, lilt. Western Newspaper Union)
When I'm away a little whll.,
Things all go wrong at home.
Knch crab grassed lawn-plot shrieks for
Each weed-choked onion reek» for me,
And every »pitot leak, for me.
When I am on the roam.
•’What two kinds of nlcohol are
d ■■ ■
With a view of adjusting the tlm
ber valuation of Douglas county on an
equitable basis, Assessor Calkins baa
! sent letters to all of the leading tim
Week From All Parts of the
00 YOU DREAM OF ODORS?
Office : T m I h » f II?I4
OREGON NEWS NOTES
OF GENERAL INTEREST ' ;
Clarence 11. Brown of Hbedd haa been
elected president of the Linn county
Jersey Cattle club.
Coinm.rclai chicken raisers of Linn
oounty met st l^banon Saturday in
aa ail day session.
It Is expected that construction work
will soon start at Eugene on a new
1100,000 condensery and creamery
Au unidentified man about 40 years
old was killed by a switch engine in
the O.-W. R. & N. yards at Hood River.
Klamath Ifalls barbers have advanc
ed the price of hair cutting from 60
to 76 cents and shaves from 26 to 36
The business section of Eugene Is be
ing canvassed In favor of a movement
to c I om ? all stores at t o'clock lu the
Bankers representing Lane, Coos,
Curry and Douglas counties fuel at
Roseburg Saturday In regular group
The Presbyterian church of Roseburg
haa raised the pastor’s salary to |18uo
a year and reduced the church debt
from 17000 to >2000.
The 36th annual Benton county Bun
day school convention was held at the
First Congregational church in Cor
vallis Saturday afternoon.
The navy department st the request
of Senator Chamberlain will probably
detail a battleship to Astoria for the
Grand Army encampment.
Few contracts are being mad» tn
Marlon county for loganberries at 11
cents per pound. Producers are bold
Ing out for 14 and 16 cents.
Fire losses in Oregon for the month
of March, exclusive of Portland to
taled 157,000, according to a report
by A. C. Barber, state fire marshal
Captain Cushman Hartwell, now
with the Eleventh cavalry at Monterey,
Cal., Is detailed as assistant military
Instructor st Oregon Agricultural col
Rev. G. L. Lovell, pastor of the Unit
ed Evangelical church of Salem, lias
been elected presiding elder of the Ore
gon conference of that denomination
for a term of four years.
Oregon postmasters soon to be ap
pointed are: Mary L. Folger. Huell,
Polk county; Charles J. Bush, Harper,
Malheur county, and Clement K. Gough
at Mehama, Marton oounty.
Under the name of the Klamath
County Chamber of Commerce, the old
lapsed Into inactivity at the beginning
of the war, has been reorganised.
Mrs. E. A. Young of Tangent .was
elected president of the Oregon Pres
byleriau Missionary society of the
United Presbyterian church of Oregon
In the annual convention at Albany.
John H. Seavejr, pioneer hop grower
of lane county, has contracted with a
Portland firm to sell his 1920 crop of
hops at 70 centa a pound, which is
said to be the highest price ever quot
ed in the county.
Ground will be broken May 1 for
the new Catholic academy at Klamath
y'alls. which it la planned to make
eventually one of the largest Catholic
schools in the state. The building will
bo a three-story brick structure.
H. A. Endrup of Hllgard killed him
self in the Hotel Sommer at Elgin be
cause of disgrace In being arrested on
the charge of burning his hotel build
ing at Hllgard several weeks ago in
order to collect 11800 Insurance.
ber owners in the county, inviting
' them to a conference in Roseburg,
April 22, when the issues will be die
Members of the Oregon Jersey
Breeders' association will hold a three
days’ Jubilee in the Willamette valley
beginning May 8. The purpoee of the
tour of the volley la to ascertain at
first band what is being accomplished
along the line of improving the Jer
The Astoria Amateur Wire lees as
sociation. with B. P. Hawkins, presi
dent; Carl Josephson, vlce-presldsnt;
E. A. Smith, secretary and treasurer,
and a charter membership of 15, was
reorganised April 1. The former or
ganisation was discontinued at the
outbreak of tbe war.
The Oregon State Bar aasociatton,
through its grievance committee, has
filed proceedings in the supreme court
asking that George A. Hall, an at
torney of Portland, and John N. Solv
ers, an attorney with offices at Oregon
Oily, be d I «tarred from practicing
their -profession in Oregon.
Practically all tbe laws passed at tbe
special m - m I od of the legislature last
January, with tbe exception of those ve
toed by Governor Olcott and others con
tingent upon approval of the voters at
the election to be held on May 21, will
become operative April 17, according to
announceinent”made by Sam A. Koser,
stands right up with Uncle Sam’s
club vzerk in keeping their sons
and daughters interested in staying
Pine Valley residents are making
another effort to divide Baker county.
It is proposed to cut off wbat is called
the Panhandle, once a part of Union
county but later annexed to Baker,
and form a new county.
distance from tbe Panhandle to Baker,
the county seat, is the source of dis
Reports from the Long Creek and
Mu-idy Creek districts in Baker coun
ty are to the effect that a second
winter is being experienced, and bay
Is becoming «0 acarce that there is
likely to be a severe loss of stock if
the wtruer laata much longer.
cause of tbe snow, all farm work haa
Wb at does your boy read ?
Dime-novel trash? Or
good, clean, wholesome
stories of outdoor ad
venture? Does he reed of the lure
of the cities, or the romantic story
of the great farmland? Is he going
tojjeave home as soon as he can, or
is he going to stcy on the farm as
your partner? Fathers everywhere
tell us that
T he C ountry G en
claim? on the fam boy’«
interest: First ti«rcu^h
its practical arti< les—
from how to feed his
prize pig to how io use
carpenters’ took prop
erly. Second, in every
i- xue 13 a 1 ne. ckan ad
venture story written
eipecir.lly far country
bay». A new story i«
mond Rock—by a vet
the recent war.
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Mrs. Bessie Leitch
5’51 Eighty-ninth St, S. E.
assistant secretary of state.
Petition« asking that the name of
l^eonard Wood be placed on the re
publican preferential ballot at tbs pri
mary election to be held on May <1
were filed with the secretary ot state.
The petitions were signed by more
than 2000 voters of Oregou and were
brought to Salem by Dow V. Walker
and J. D. Zurcher, both of Portland.
J. G. Kelly of Portland filed with
the-slate engiueer application for per-
tuisaion to construct what will be
known as the Marion lake reservoir,
at the bead waters ot the north fork
of the Santiam river, for the storage of
28.155 acre feet of water, and the ap
propriation of the stored water for
the development of 26.634 horsepower.
At a special municipal election at
Baker, two measures, one authorising
the bonding of 840,000 to p.ovide funds
for construction of a dam on tbe city’s
Goodrich creek reservoir site to store
water to augment the present supply,
and the other measure authorising
bonds for the construction of better
and larger quarters for the tire depart
There were four fatalities due to
accidents in Oregon in the week end
ed April 8, according to a report pre
pared by the state industrial acci
dent commission. The victims were
Thomas L. Heninger, ripsawyer, Port
land; Charles W. Miller, millman,
Klamath Falls; William R. llllngs-
worth, logger, Tillamook; and W. F.
Coulter, logger. Bates.
Nearly a million dollars—8928,497—
was saved to the farmers of Oregon
throughout the work of the county
W. B. Parker. Klamath Falla manag
agents, according to the annual re
er of the Klamath Development com
port of Paul V. Maris, county agent
pany, backed by San Francisco and
leader. This was done at a cost ot
Spokane capitalists, haa purchased the
899,475, or approximately 810 saved
Keno Power company, including the
to 81 «pent County agents were em
Klamath river power plant. The price
ployed in 23 of the 88 counties of the
state last year and three additional
Flveaulta have been filed in the cir
counties have employed agents this
cuit court by the state industrial ac
cident commission against Clatsop
Opinions of attorneys have extin
ccimty firms, and individuals to re
guished hopes of members of the Hood
cover the amounts alleged to be due
River Anti-Aslatic league,* who had
the state for fees for the state acci
proposed that an exclusive initiative
law for Hood River oounty be invoked
At a meeting of the board of direc
for preventing Asiatics from owning
tors of the Oregon Pioneer associa
land In the case of failure of state or
tion recently held preliminary plana
national legislation regulating the land
tor the 48th annual reunion were out
tenure. While the initiative, as result
The reunion will take place
of an enabling bill enacted by the last
on Thursday. July 1, in the public
legislature, may be invoked for the
auditorium in Portland.
regulation of officials’ salaries, muni
Contracts were expected to be sign
cipal or special legislation pertaining
ed at the shipping board Monday
particularly to the counties, attorneys
whereby the construction of st’ven 12,-
, declare land tenure of a general nature.
000-ton tankers wll be awa.ded to the
By tar the hjghest prices In the hie-
Northwest Steel company of Portland,
I tory of the industry on the Columbia
in lieu of war contracts for three steel
river will be paid for Chinooh salmon
cargo ships which were canceled.
( during the season which opens at
Accountants employed by the state
I noon on May 1, if the demands of
to conduct an audit of the books and
the fishermen prevail. The Columbia
records of the state treasurer's depart
t River Fishermen's Protective union
ment will complete their work this
has set the price at 14 cents a p<wrid
week, according to unofficial announce
I for small or cannery fish, those weigh-
ment. The report will be submitted
I Ing less than 12 pounds each, and 16
to Attorney General Brown, who will
> cents a pound for large, or cold storage
send it to the Marion county grand
r Bah, those weighing 23 pounds each or
jury. The grand jury recessed nearly
( over. This Is an advance of 2% cents
two weeks ago, but It is believed the
( per pound for small flsb and 444 cents
body will be reconvened this week
a pouud for large fish over ths figure
wbun the investigation will be re
which prevailed last year.
It’s the Know How
that makes our auto repair work so
thorough and dependable. There is no
part of a car with which we are not en
tirely familiar. So when a machine is
sent here it does not take us long to lo
cate the trouble nor long for us to apply
the proper remedy. Working quickly
as we do, we can afford to charge mod
The Lents Garage
AXEL KILDAHL, Proprietor
8919 Foster Road
Big Loaf of Bread 10c
Good home-made Cookies, Cakes
and other Pastries always make
a hit with husband and the kid
dies, and they are tickled when
you <®t them at
Mt. Scott Bakery
C m . Md and Foster load
J. ROSENAU, Proprietor
Special - Prices
On* Ladie's and Gentlemen’s Suits. Call*
and inspect the beautiful new patterns to
choose from while the lines are complete.