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o r f u r n it u r e repair* «I
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O P IN IO N
•o the Killtor:
In tho punt rew
'•'■••ks I have heard, with u fri- I
•luiiiicy tl.ui challenges attention, the!
>.-in«ni that private or parochial
D l ,.r mlilrc , h U w
•' Hel« n
Ont H u , . iiool' receive an allot!nit,lit of this
puhlit: lax money for llusir support
ur i ourH. -, Informe,I people know
" . ' 1 l , i ’
1 " • ft eow, iinxMt
am for t |„,
“ '“ 1 Hol atti I I I , li,„ a I y|v„ r, M,|e u > be untrue
II, Ik per .lay
| v ,Hr Ill of the few who have heen inialn
' K I I in', itori-, w.-Nt Hl "•riue.l upon the subject I desire to
M a t e that:
iM vn H
1 AI1 taxpeyers, Including those
• i.o , hoose i „ aagtf i tie,i children to
LOS! A N D FOUND.
private h.liool, are oh liked and do ac-
“ ■* * I y hear their share of all expen
'■! * I v« r cliuiriH ! Inure., for the support of the public
■’i '' or o.i football
Those who desire to exercise
Uo natural parental rutht I,. send the
h> r. etili,Iren to a private school, besides
**• Oregon. or leave
I , ylnif the shove taxes, hear ulso the
at Tit«* MU of r"*
1 f x ■ od of tuition, hooks, elc , In the prl
■i No public money in Oregon has
c h u r c h n o t ic e s
r been appropriated for private
, • ducati,,nal Institutions
Hl V I M II i n y . V!»V D M 1ST.
1 That the private schools In the
m I t*ol
Sabbat b 1 tilted Slates save the taxpayers ap
1 1 r * 1 « y I at lu a tu
MluMlunury proximately $160,000,000 annually
J It CLANCY
« vu. ,,r pi« a. i< lu k ut 1 I lb
W A V ! Kl*
............... .. buy, «
O C T O B E R R F X O R I) O F
J U S T IC E C O U R T
M I III.KAN
F o r SAI I
fe e llolt at Si ll> 1- i ,
Illuni, 1 57.
H. S H I N N
unday murmur, aft«*r ttm;
t huul bour. K rv .
lidiman will m v the first
of i tiildrcn'i ii rmoru in
. with the r< gu!ar morn-
l iit entir«* Sunday |
u i • main until af-
\lfnitii) « i l i * 4«
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Si II « I r un. Or*
lii'Uranci*. N otary
F. I). E L D E R
T mw ht r ttf riano
Al (tremili.* ¡Iti »I M on i!n y, 1 u $* p «I«)
< Uv of Knc b WiH'k
it ion phone 14
I Btb rtnk* $ ami l'ui»«T«l IMrr« l*»r
I « ami ) I oroiter
1 i •* dene«« p h o n e
K A ROSS
I n . ral lllrccta.r
II..« i ’ boiiu I 1 i \i
M muuic HI,It: Si llitlon», tira»
Hit Mkuun, .
$rt»<v la nnI,
6»tnuny I» •„
,,i r »pomicili
„I I h i. the ex crow ,,
to go I nek to Oci
OUR M O TTO :
\\ but To Do
If vi mi hav-
niedy for any of
K* y M. Uolfman
JIOO Reward, $100
$ « : :,o
»t St Helen
I- OU S Al K
Killt S U I
I block* of
.1 Mi. DICIN’ E
> 11. 1114b th»
|ha 8T »;
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If taken at o
U «UKH M 1 QI C « . » «
*1 ■ th. llaMM.
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p-INK fmd« ta cur«
( r ei
ch êu ey
’ o. Tolmdo Ohio.
KtlK S A IT
«Iren, i.r In,
Killt S A IT '
»on e blot k bel-.w
$1 if, per yard
all hulldiiiK puri»
, adì 44«*«k ior bargain«.
POR s u i
V O T E FOR
»«o id i
baiane»* «-a**> '■ *
Scapp«» *■ t tr* » '
|unii,i ,>1 the Peace. District
i Special Noon
D» y L im , h
Fair and Impartial
I.u n cn en
Servite and Law Enforcement
me ol the Day.
HOT DRI NKS
Hot C h m , >|.-|tc
B " Malted Milk
ín,, ^ " d '
^ "ice line of
t High Grade
M A S O N ’S
Si 11 elc ns
1} Contains no animal fat and has just the rough-
age needed for health.
West St. Helens Bakery
S. H E U M A N N , Proprietor
Telephone No. 114-J
West St. Helens
All for the Public Schools and the Public Schools for All-
One Flag. One School. One Lauguage.
llccau t- the CoiiNtitution of the J 'n ite l
Sti-.tcg Is not founded upon faiths or
needs, and the school systems of our
states should lie so conducted as to tarry
on tlie principles of our government
• I» poor i n nom,- p -o
I »• Mint \\ mind»
T. S W H I T E
Piton« l i
Rich in mineral salts
FOR SCHOOL A M E N D M E N T
• it Sunda) in«
( 1 I
j ; j i f».* • IVOr HH'ftlllK al
;,[ ii el ill and llelpfui
e-ople t, collie Eve
7 to Theme: "Is
\\ , hav,- si-cured
It Man «»r Wolf
t ;< oug b. k- if
com, uert Sunday
re a stranger In th *
our cl,urei, bolli,'
Itforti«) »I I4$ m
H Is high in energy value.
and life-giving vitamines.
I U STI R S H E L L E Y
JI Has a rich crushed nuts and honey flavor for it
is sweetened with honey.
Vote 314 X Yes
• iM .lt« I. VI II IN U .
U Contains all the life-giving goodness of whole
wheat for it is made from 100 per cent whole wheat
Keen Painted Woodwork C L E A N
( lean wooden floors, linoleum.
tile, marble, concrete, witn^
Makes all house-
Itcruiise the public schi,j| is the melting
lot of America, am! tee very cradle i f
I 1 mo, racy
llecaus« the school amendment will not
nlfecl the present compulsory school law,
ehrept for the elimination of ihiee words.
"T*rlvate or I’arochlal."
llecaus,- the putillc school is the nriti-
ctpal cornerstone of Democracy.
11 sues we must make our Am--rlcans
In on; American public schools.
Ilccuuse the amendment says nut a wold
either by direct statement or by imp!:-
cation, against the light of parents o>
maintain private or parochial schools out
side of the five hours of the day of ev -rv
sc hod day.
The rest of the time is at
Surely the time left them
outside of the regular school period Is suf
ficient for the inculcation o f religious doc
lleiause the state (the people! estab
lish, a Institutions to regulHte the rela
lion of one individual to another; there
fore It I the duty of every citizen to sup
port these Institutions, ami to co-opetate
llecause tlie purpose of the public school
system is to start the whole people 10 -
g,-tlier, and to keep the whole people to-
*.,-tlicr for .ill their young years; until bv
calling and election their ways must part
It,-cause the world wur showed that
300.00« men were Ignorant of our lan
guage this amendment will cure this de-
feet. but assuring every one between the
age of v and Id years of a common public
he, ause private schools of all kinds
create class distinctions.
lie-ause schools for physical and men
tal defectives, business and musiral col
leges are not affected by this amendment.
llecause the state does niy control
teachers of private schools
Because the opposition has unjustly-
stirred up religious hatred, by throwing
the question of religion Into the measure
Because the amendment will leave all
churches free to devote their energies to
the t'hrlstlun field, and will leave relig
ions free to function in the spiritual realm
Because the nation depends on the pub
lic schools for Its preservation, and per
petuation of Its Ideals and siandards.
Because there is no valid reason why
there should he anything hut an elemen
tary public school In a democracy
Because the amendment will not de
stiny a single qualified teacher.
ers who are qualified may be retained as
public school teachers; those not qualified
should not be teaching now
Because the amemVment assures com
plete separation of Church and State
Because the Public School is an All-
American Institution, and dear to the
heart of every true and loyal American
Because the fund provided in the Town
er Stering hill will reduce any increase
Every public school teacher
in the State of Oregon means just so much
more money donaied to the State hy the
I'nlti-d States Government.
Because the public school, like the Con
stitution of the I'nlted States» forbids
;-.ll discrimination because of religion.
t.-uches TH E FACTS that all intelligent
human beings accept.
The public school
HEAD of the class is for the child that
studies, anil the bottom of the class for
the child that does not study.
aristocracy Is that of learning, of appli
cation, of good conduct.
Bei ause the public school Is the I'nlted
States in miniature.
In It the little citi
zens that are to be the future voters sit
side by sidif. all EQl'A L. They study and
learn to know each other . They realize
— most precious
knowledge— In early
youth that it is what VOP A R R ( not what
your father HAS or what your grandfath
er WAS. that makes the difference in this
Because the nation now says, “ The mind
of every child shall he fed at the publia
expense The State will compel the par
ents to see that the children are taught
nnd » i l l supply KltEE teaching for every
one that wants it."
That declaration, represented by The
public school, is the greatest slep that
civlliza.lon ever took * •
un-American elements that hate the pub
lic school because I* llE Al.I.Y TEACHES
T H E ( HII.DKE.V have fought against It
Ilk,- that English Governor of Virginia
who hop.-d that there w-ould not be a
public school in Ills State " f o r another
Hu, In spite of It all. the public schools
have gone steadily F O U W A K D
lic lias watched them, has demanded that
they he built ever bigger, safer, finer
No matter how rich you may be. or what
you can AFFORD, you CANNOT, for the
children's sake, afford ti deprive them of
atmosphere, of the
come in early childhood.
It will not cos, the taxpayers of Co
lumbia County one cent in taxes.
Theodore Roosevelt said: " W e stan-1
unalterably in favor of the public school
system tu Its entirety.
We believe that
English and 110 other language is that in
which all school exercises should be con
We are against any division of
the school fund, and against any appro
priation of public school money for sec
W e are
1 ,-cognition whatever by the state In any
form of state-aided parochial school."
President Harding said:
struction Is the basis of “ itiz.nship. and
Is of primary Importance to the welfare
of the nation.”
1 « l i p r m s T A i . i . i / . K t h f j 3$: p k i v
r lP l.K H s « P P t » B T F D i n
I N I » HARDING ItN VOTING S I4 \ YKH
H ill T H E
I t l l ! ..
A. & A. S. R. School Committee for Columbia Co.
♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
S 1 O R L A
\tli*rncy-at l - , s
Kaoni 1 • l i ana l l u l l d i u g
Have You Tried Our
Doubly Rich in Nutrition.
• rvit » , br.*|il ntt I lie first Sunday of
• li mom) ai l i a ni io Adventist
DK. L. j . C A I N
Hurlng hte month of October Ju:i-
*' 1,4 • Kn;'indi S untili y • boo! mv «*[4 t c.. ,,f the I'.-are Jntiii I’ hlllp tiad :u;
ui.<;:i> at 10:30 a m
Ludica’ 1 „ *s
Kuna. : aud 3 Hauk Hulldlug
this nutnher 34 were
id m«M*fs « v i > third Friday at 2
low , ;• porri“
r i io ii» t w
lieeder" cases Twenty-four of the
I be pu. Ile m invìi**«]
g,M>iu«» O f Appoluiiutmi
peeders failed to appear for trial
land. 2 mil** of Womllaii •1. W u
L Shipp, pa or.
I ;ini! forfeited the hall money which
I'rP *• , i 01
mounted to $2k!t Ten appeared for
DK W ü R A R E N T
1 ICI 1 'll 1 III tills 1
tri .,1 and the fines Imposed amount'
Hull al Si
IM rllllur) Hut It' nil
Jutlge I’ hllip statei
no-,-ting Saturday at 2 “ • to $77 4U
g .... :
■ B»..... . ' '
ng Saturday a- that several of these ten were arrest
F o i l SAIT.
> |, in . Sunday school ed for not having the proper license
preaching at 11 a tn , plates or renewing license» and the
UK M H O W ES
lit'ukiiiK of Br* id and Hans tmdinK file ■< were ,thout $2.60 eacli for these
The smallest fine imposed I
12. prcuciiu v i- ’• 30 p ill. You IMrtlfs
A U K<I
■wi, $2 r.o Httd the largest fine was
4 til 3Êj
l at.or k i t *
The party who paid the hign
(¡HJ. e» Kdwards, I'uHtur.
Writ* t » " 1 1 Hlarh PorlU u d, «»is
fine was traveling the highway at
r.o to :,5 miles per hour
1 i « 1 HUI R
H Iluhon, wlto plead guilty to « ]
DILLAKD A D I L L A R D
Hour of R♦*rv - s changed
i »««II your prop
Due to violation of the ptohlhltion law. paid
of I!-- lurg-- territory , fine ,.f $'300 and costs and a party
p r ir lU « uo ) » o u r I
S t a t o ur
1 .t*l»«*r f'lanrv. the fol- accused of having concealed weap-
s a it .
I d *4 iMfj hour» of --TVlce.s at St (let- ’ ■ In Ills pCHSeSshn, plead gulltv
Üfflc«. t Dart riu« a . si llnlwi».
•'ll ' will lift*
fve.l, temporarily at to! was fined $f,0 The total amount
llolt .,t St
Huncht\ uiu - at i»:()0 o'clock. of fine- collected for the month to
I dally louMS iit v 00 o'clock, <'ate- talled $v3 2 SO.
JOHN L. F O O T E
hi m and 11indo iduefy. Tu» »day j ;
llloin. ) a l - l a »
1 OK S M.r
• fii I* rida vs al
Oregon 1 p » •
4 l.Y cl«olr i ,tract ne on Wednesday*