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You’ll never have
neighbors unless you are one.
NOTES OF THE W. C. T. U.
HOW TO MAKE THE "WHITE
The idea that It take« lass money and
LAND" FLATS PRODUCTIVE
effort to divert a child from ths tmlha
that lead to drunkenness and siu Ilian
That the soils of the low, flat it does to lift an adult out of the depths
Entered m Second ClftM Mail Matter at trenta. Oregon. Alignât 25. 1911
' “white lands" are actually richer in is so prevalent at this time that all sorts
of movements to better child conditions
Published Every Tburaday at lent», Ore., by the M t . S cott P vblibbinu C o . plant food than the soils of the high are in vogue. The lateat from New
ly-prized red hill lands, hai been
York City Is the announcement that
H. A. DARNALL, E ditob and M anaobb .
shown by Professor H D Scudder, the sixty ninth regiment armory has
Office Phone: Home 1111. Residence Tabor 2S1S
agronomist of the Oregon Agricul lieeti opened as a play center. There is
tural College, by laboratory analyses no play ground in that district in which
O MOST of the grangers of money to the western and His investigations show that the have been (onu<l Xti.OOO children he
the state who followed the southern banks which m turn white land soils contain good per tween the age« of six anil fourteen
wrangle between past State would loan it for crop-moving I centages of silt and clay, rich in years. Under the new arrangement
there will be snpervisetl play in the
Printer Dunniway and W. A. purposes. Under the Wilson plant food, and yet are not difficult armory
—a lax»m to tne many young- |
Harris, the appointment of the method they get the
to handle when pat into proper con stere- and a promise of good citisenehip I
latter to fill the unexpired term without paying tribute to Wall dition
front an unpromising district.
will not be received with very Street. We are not apt to hear "I have frequently urged." says All members of Mt. Scott Union are I
earnestly urged to lie present at the '
good grace. Harris made his of any more tightness about Professor Scudder, “that this white meeting held at the home of Mrs
superior officer all the trouble he moving
—perhaps scant sheep pasture—can Bradford on Tuesday, August Mth. |
could and just why he should be year.
profitably be reclaimed by under Every person whit attends will have an
appointed to fill a vacancy that
drainage and a proper cropping sys opportunity to state whether they did
he in some measure assisted to The democrats have about tern There are vast bodies of it in “earn, save, or invest'' the dollar they
iu on due« that day. Coine and
create will be hard to explain. finished their "say” on the many sections of the Willamette vat turn
ley. which, when reclaimed, would bring your dollar ami tell vour story.
True, Mr. Dunniway died of tariff, which was short, and they compare favorably with the red hill It will do you good.
heart trouble, but that no doubt are simply waiting for the Re lands surrounding them The chief The annual meeting of Mt. Scott
was aggravated to a very con publicans to finish their wind difference between the two classes of Union will lie held at the Evangelical
siderable extent by the worries fest, and when they are through, land is the difference in drainage Church on September 2nd. This earlier
date for the annual meeting is ttecee- !
of the campaign which he was the bill will be passed. Not only This difference also causes the strik mated by the early dates for the na-
ing divergence in color, as the iron
compelled to wage last fall in are the Progressive Republicans compounds of the red hill lands, which tioual ami state conventions. The con-:
order to maintain his office and “hearing from home” but the give them their color, are broken vrntion of the »mailer organisations
his honor. Now when he passes “dyed in the wool” stand down by the swamp conditions of the must of course t>e held before the date
away the first person to profit patters are being told by their white lands And the excessive free ol the greater. In this way the local I
union ■ lection comes a month earlier
by it is his bitterest enemy. constituents that the senator moisture of the latter also destroys than announced in the calendar
their porosity and prevents aeration
Harris’ contention during his who fights against the pending
"Such soils suffer from lack of bac-
fight on Mr. Dunniway was that bill will have a hard time ‘‘com- j 1 terial and chemical activity so that The chick that has been stunted vill
he cost the state too much. The ing back” to the senate at next but little of the plant food supply be never become a show bird and seldom
first thing he proposes after election. Many of the “Pro comes available. Further, soil acids develop into a profitable fowl
getting control himself is to dis gressives” have indicated very accumulate so that clover cannot
$100 Reward, $100
charge all of Dunniway's em clearly that they will vote for thrive while sorrel, inferior grasses Th® readers
and sedges occupy the ground with
to l< arn that tber>< is at ' aal on«
ployees and hire a lot of other the bill. 30 it is going to pass the their harmful growth This causes Steward
read.«! Clauiiaa that a eri e hu.t b»en
able to cure Io all I J r « ; • at J that la
fellows at higher wages if the Senate bj- a good majority.
a low content in organic matter.
Catarrh. I .l.'s < ;
« i. ’.a only
cure n ’ • I i
A t> t <<- medical
state printing office can be con
“All these unfavorable conditions Foaitlv®
a < utltutlonal
can be changed and the land brought disease. requ.r t a cj . :;.i I >n it treat-
ducted at less cost than has
‘Tis better to hold on to what
ment. Ha l'» < a’ .-r i <
re It t.r.rn In*
a tint <' ■
tl. • blood
heretofore been its requirement, you have than run against a to a state of high productivity by un ternnlly.
der-drainage with tile
The cost by destroying t' « I >un • I a n » «t
then why should the first step winner and get licked.
should not exceed thirty dollars per r iM, and K
f e p tl it r'rr-.gtt> by
building up t « < .institution at I a.i«lstln<
of the new head be one of in
acre where a good outlet is available nature In «' !•>< I's vv.
T' e pr -prletor»
h t a’h In I'« curative pow
creasing its expense. Who, over
Where there is no outlet available, a have
y off r <> • Hundred Dollars
You may expect cold treat large open drainage ditch may be ers
t r ary ca>« tl -t I’ f Ila It cur®
the state, cares whether the
for li-t of testimonial.«.
make constructed by an association of ad A.! Ire*» I- .1:1-. . •: CO , Toledo. < >blo.
work is done by union or non
l>r all Prae-1 '.. 7 -.
jacent owners, as provided for in the Bold
Tab® Hall'« I'amitr 1'111« I >r eoaetlpatlon.
union employees so long as it is it hot for them.
late session laws of Oregon
done well and economically. It’s
such a ditch has been constructed, the
Some wives really believe that machinery may be used by individual
merely a question of economy
and it appears that Mr. Harris’ they have faith in their hus- farmers in laying their tiles and the
cost reduced below thirty dollars an
attitude has changed immediate bands.
W ANTIC 1 »
acre. In the same way the larger
ly on his coming into a position
tracts may be farmed co-operatively
where he can profit by the fi Men like to talk as well as I until brought into condition by proper Mr- Darling. Practical and Maternity
Good reference. Will do all
nances of the office.
women do, but they pay for it. , cultiv ation and rotation of crops " nurw.
work in mater, itjr Call Talair 173, or
addree- Lents, Oregon
TTENTION is called to our sworn
Financial Statement published else
where in this paper and the substan-
increase in business since our last state
ment. Our cash reserve is far more than
required by law and we want our patrons
and friends to know that we are conducting
a sale and conservative banking business.
If you have in any way contributed to the
increase of our business we thank you for
your support and cordially invite your pat
ronage be it large or small.
HE people of the city will ■R i-
Bigelow’s attitude in reference
to public used automobiles and
taxicabs which line up in front
of certain stores in the city and
are sold by the hour. Objection
is made to the fact that the
stores sell their frontage to
these vehicles as standing room.
Haven’t the store3 as much
right to sell the street, or sub
rent it as they have to use it
themselves? And have not a
considerable number of the
merchants of the city practical
ly usurped all the sidewalks, and
they are surely as much the
property of the public as the
streets are. If you don’t believe
this just take a look around.
There are parts of the city that
is next to impossible to make
your way through, except by
taking the middle of the streets,
and then you are likely to get
run over. Take for instance
the Front Street dealers. Why
not compel all such people as
those who encouch on a free
passage of the streets and side
walks to pay heavy fines or li
censes for their appropriation of
the public property? Vegetables
and fruits placed on display in
doors would look just as well as
they do now, especially if all
were required to do the same,
and the conditions for display
would be far more sanitary.
WHEN President Wilson or-
’ ’ dered the Secretary of the
Treasury to announce that from
$25, 000, 000
to $50, 000, 000
would be deposited by the
government in the banks of the
South and West, with which to
“move the crops’’ if that much
were needed, he made a “big
hit” with the farmers. Hereto
fore “Wall Street” would squeal
about shortage of money, and
then large sums would be de
posited by the Federal Govern
ment in the Wall Streets banks,
and then they would lend the
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A Fable For Critics
The Multnomah State Bank
UNITED STATES POSTAL DEPOSITORY
Lents Sta., Portland, Oregon
All kinds of Storage for Household arti
cles, Furniture or other Goods
Office Lents Furniture Company
North Main St., Lents
Home 1111; Tabor 1361
Hair switcher made from combings.
Good work, prices reasonable. Phone
WANTED- Hoys may be had and
sometimes girlB. The older ones at
ordinary wages ami others to l>e
schooled and cared for in return for
«light services rendered. For particu
lars address W. T. Gardner, superin
tendent Boys and Girls Aid Soeietv of
Oregon. Portland. Ore.
Once there was an Ox. He was a fine, hefty Ox. He
could pull a big load. He never balked, but always liked to
go straight ahead.
I have a feW soiled cornets which I
But the Ox hail enemies.
eell at reduced price. Cornets
Ibero was the Plea and his whole big Familv. “We
altered, laundred or mended. Mr«
don't care whether this Ox travels or not,” said the Flea •7- Amy Kellogg, 210 2nd Ave Rhone Tabor
and his Folks. “All we want is some of his blood.” Where
FOR SALE CHEAP—Small team,
upon the Fleas eternally pestered the Ox and gave him
T wagon, harness a.id buggv. W. H.
That Tired Feeling.
t* Wood. Phone, Tabor 1771, Lente
Then there was the Toni Cat and his brothers—the •f*
FOK RENT—7 acres, 4 in cultivation,
Doubting Thomases. ’t- good bouse, barn, other building“,
'N “We don’t know whether
fruit. 3 year lease. P. 8 King, E.
•V Gilbert road. Corner Buckley Avenue.
this Ox is going the right •t-
Ij>ts in Calkins Plat are now on the
way or not,” said the
market. Come early and get your
Thomases. “A n y h o w, T choice. Water piped to all lots,
lights ano telephone Owner
we’ll scratch his back for t* electric
on tract. E M. Calkins, R I. I-ents, i
him.” Whereupon the
Ore. Home Phone BAlll, 2!*24, Gil
Feline« jumped on the '• bert Station, Cazerdara line.
back of the Ox and
FOR SALE:—Three good adjacent
lots in Arden Park.
Level, in cnltiva
scratched him for fair,
lion. Bargain for home location. En
which made the Ox ex
quire of Mt. Scott Pub. Co. Lents.
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FOR SALE—Concrete blocks for
Then there was the
building purpose«, foundations, curbing
etc , Call at Mt. Scott Pub Co., office
Fiste Pup and his Fellow
r- for torme.
Fistes—a whole litter of
FOR SALE —Newspapers for wrap
Fistes. “We don’t care
ping or kindling. Mt. Scott Pub. Co.
how slow the Ox goes,”
LUMBER—At our new mill ll-a miles
said the Fistes; “the
southeast of Kelso. We deliver lumber.
slower the merrier for
us. All we want is to
WANTI I1 Hop pickers.
at Eggiman Bros., Shop.
lag behind him and bite
FOR SALE—Young horse. weight
l.uOO lb»., good driver. Hord* with rig,
the Fistes snapped con
or horse alone. Enquire of Herald
tinually at the Tail of the
Ox, which gave the Ox a
Finally the Ox, pestered constantly with the Fleas and
Mt Scott Chapter
I».- -O. K. R. Htat<*<| meet
the Felines and the Fistes, got to looking sickly. He
Ing Second and Fourth Thiir»d»v evening of
stopped and lav down on his job, and there was no more
Fourth Thursday) Order W. M
going forward for him.
KEY TO THE SITUATION: Tb. town i> the Ox
The Fleas and the Felines and the Fistes are those citizens
who criticise every progressive movement and do every
thing they can in their petty ways to make the Ox quit
pulling in the right direction.
MORAL: Give the Ox a chance to pull.
holler, “Git up!”
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