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COTTAGE GROVE SENTINEL, URI DAY, JUNE 1, 1923
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FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1923
NEGLECTING THE SILENT CITY.
beauty in which none may b«»
ashamed to be placed.
But in this, as in everything else,
the work is curried on by u few.
These few do not ask of others a
great deal in time, but they do ask
of those who have loved ones sleep
ing there that they keep up the
small assessment that is required in
order that the work may be con
The work so nobly begun is about
to fail for lack of interest upon
the part of those who uro neglectful
in paying the pittance that is asked
for so noble an enterprise.
Today, tomorrow, we inav be
placed there. Let us do while we
may for those who have preceded
fus what we would like to have done
for us by those who shall remain
behind when we are placed there.
THE MOST DASTARDLY
POLITICAL FAKER UNCOM
The greatest aid the political de
ceiver had in past years was the
fact that there was no way to
"heck up on whether he did what
he promised. If he promised a 50
per cent tux reduction he was elect
ed. At the next election he claimed
that he hud made the reduction as
promised. Hi» opponents denied the
claim in toto but they had no fig
ures to back their statements. The
result was that we never knew
whether we were
Oue office-seeker or calamity
howler would come along and say
that we wen* going to the demni-
tion bow-wows because we were
head over heels in debt uud an-
other would say that we were going
to the same place for the reason
that we weren’t spending enough.
We hud no figures to prove or dis
prove such statements.
Today we are in no such predica
ment. The Oregon Voter gives the
cold figures that give the lie to
many who have made wild stale-
meats or wild promises, Its uccu-
nicy is remarkable and it is abso
lutely fearless in giving actual con
The Voter makes the way of the
political faker decidedly uncomfort
The outstanding fault of the
There is no more dastardly cow-
American race probably is thought
a rd than the anonymous letter
lessness of others.
We have a high regard for many writer.
Every community has one or more
friends, but the day comes that
they are absent from their usual of them.
In an eastern community a num
places. Perhaps it may be a final
sickness. We say that it is too bad. ber of people have been sent to
deaths because of the poi
We inquire of relatives possibly as
to how they are getting along, but son sent in such letters.
The writers of those letters that
seldom do we eheer them with our
presence. We may know that soon carried death were murderers of the
they are to leave us foreyer but we lowest type. They struck from the
are too busy to take an hour of dark and were safe from the scene
time to cheer them during the last of attack when the foul blow struck. JAPANESE SUBSCRIBER PRO
The anonymous letter writer is
few days that we may have the op
now busy in Cottage Grove. Having
portunity to do so.
We have time for many plea- things that he wished to say about
Cottage Grove, U. 8. A., 2« May,
Were our friends able city officials, tho editor and others 1923 Anna Dominoes.—Editur Mun:
to join us we might put our mid not daring to say them to the I locomote myself with faculty
selves out a great deal to pick faces of such persons, he has resort down the main subway yestday and
them up in our cars, but we can ed to the cowardly anonymous letter make negotiations with devil news
not, it seems, take the time to visit to get his poison over. Although carrier for most latest printing of
at the wick bed. The funeral may cunning in this respect—the coward of most honornbh* jurnulistec Ore
come and nt the last opportunity to usually is cunning in protecting his genian. In its abdumen 1 scintillate
show our friendship we let business own hide—his ignorance is such that corresponding*
cures take precedence, or we forget it is almost impossible to interpret
who promoted himself here to
exactly what he intends to say.
absorb most latest in slang Amer
Little attention should nt any ica.
When we are thoughtless of thoso
The heading screach itself
with whom we may talk, when time be given to the coward who waviugly across hole page by
we are careless of those we once writes anonymous letters and but luce Irwin with most ridicule
counted friends when the last core little will be taken of the one nt cntchems by illustrious Ralph
inony for them here is performed, hand.
ton. I narrate that Hashiniura when
The writer seems to take excep he optic these turrable libelous will
it is little wonder that we forget
almost entirely when they have tion to the fact that Cottage Grove vociferate Oregonion to go to eav-
taken their places in the silent city has a traffic officer, whose duty e emus opening where there are much
of the dead. The place where they it is to sec that there is no reck t tremendous of Cottage Grove oil
dropped out. is soon filled and af- less driving. No one has been ar brightly igniting. 1 notation that
rested or fined for any other of you jelly with hahaing at these ini-
fairs move forward as before.
It is a blessing that from the fense against, the traffic laws.
posterous lyings but 1 implicate all
The writing of the anonymous Japanese to cancellation their sub-
sepulcher can come i no protest at
this neglect. It is a blessing that letter evidently wishes the traffic scribing» to rotten Portland Horror
the whispering winds that stir the officer removed, but the writer of goninn.
grass and the flowers can carry to the anonymous letter no doubt is
the sleeping ones no tale of how one of those who make traffic offi
TAXES HERE NOT SO BAD.
completely they have been forgot, cers and other police officials a ne
how even the grave may be neg- cessity. Without such persons ns
We hear a great deal about the
t he writer of the anonymous letter
But. there are some who do not t hero might be little need of ex»‘r droves of people who are going to
leave Oregon because tuxes are in
forget. There are some with whom rising police powers.
creasing so rapidly. After listening
memories of departed loved ones
Three thousand people rc-i I The to so much of this kind of talk, it
live down through the years—and,
thanks to these, Cottage Grove’s Sentinel each week.
What have is refreshing to learn through a bul
cemetery has been made a place of you to tell this vast throng/
ixr let in of the National Tax associa
tion that of all the states of tho
union from which figures are avail
able only one statu, New York,
shows a less increase in taxes than
Oregon. The average increase in
33 states is shown to be 144 per
cent, while in Oregon it was but
96 per cent. In Washington it was
101 per cent and in California 142
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The most important thing to a woman is that
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Beginning at 11:30
Sunday Di nner
Service Begins at 5 «’Clock
PREPARING EGG3 FOR
SHIPPING TO MARKET
Candling Will Save Transporta
tion and Storage Charges.
Method of Conservation Tried Out
During World War and Results So
Gratifying That Several States
Have Adopted Plan.
Do you know how to tell the qual-
lty of an egg without breaklng the
shell? All you need is a pasteboard
box with a hole 1>A inches in diam-
eter, strong light such as is furnished
by a lamp or an electric light bulb, a
dark room, and the egg. When the
egg is held close against the hole the
strong light renders its contents v la
lble and its quality Is indicated by the
appearance of the yolk, the white and
the air space at the blunt end.
Testing eggs by candling, as it Is
THERE’S A REAL DIFFERENCE
A man’s residence is ih>‘ pln.’f
where he boards his wife and chil
dren—his home is where lie spend»
——————— aood at home is the time you are
Thing» Others Think «nd What We quite likely to find him at the gym his time with them.
• • •
Think sf ths TMag» Othsrs Think i iluslum doing something to develop
When marriage is a failure the
husband and wife are among the
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MALES NOT MOLESTED
• • •
A selfish old maid in Arkansas
.tried to have a rural mail carrier man and wife, or should.
The sorrows of others need not
I suspended for hugging the girls he
la- necessarily make us sad, but they
met on the road. Tho department
should make us iuore sensitive to
holds that interfering with the fe borers walk out.• • •
our own joys.
males is no cause for action by the
Strange as it may seem it is the
____ to the »oil
ultimate consumer at the end of
the some ilny, and we’ll be the beet off
A New York man got three years line who gets squeezed—not
then that we’ve ever been.
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for stealing 15 cents. No one likes middle man.
a man who only starts a job.
A camel can go »even days with
It takes considerable superheated
air to sell a man a flying machine. out drinking, but look at the way
if gets warped in the center.
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We never recognize ability at its
A HIGH PRICE FOE DRIVEL
A »’Oman paid ♦30 to talk fivo
I true worth when we live too close street car steps!
to it. That is why a man does not
minutes to her parrot over a long
rise as fast in the community in
multitude of I distance telephone. We »ouk. har<J.
Charity eovereth a
which he was reared ns he does
ly think a woman who doesn’♦
sins. We need a lot more charity.
know any more than to do a trick
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When a man is all the world to like that could talk $30 worth in so
TOO EASILY TAKEN IN
to short a time.
The person who can see nothing a girl it is a good time for him
but good in anyone shows a char- cash in.
itable disposition, but is too credu
LITTLE THINGS COUNT
lous to make much of a success in
In old age those who in younger
this age of frenzied finance.
not care for children pay
A sucker is a person who gets the price of their earlier selfishness,
caught trying to make some easy which becomes
nouneed because of the lack of
money out of someone else.
someone to divide with and give
has a fresh stock of all size
STANDING BOOM ONLY
films for sale. Will do your
One who professes to know what
Every man has a secret hope that
developing, rolls 5e, packs
happens lifter the spiritual body
leaves the earthyl body, says that he will be found out doing a good
10c. Printing at half price
there is a waiting room in the
the dull finish. Makes a
afterworld where the husband or quiet.
specialty of the gloss finish.
wife waits for his or her life part
Do not sneer at the beam in your
Views made at any time.
ner. That waiting room is going
to be crowded if some wait for all neighbor’s eye. In these days of
their former helpmates.
The humane society should take
SOUNDS LIKE IT MIGHT BE
drastic action with those people
u ho ride a free horse to death.
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If you find a girl with a pink
The man who is always shooting aura, don’t let her get away. The
off his mouth seldom makes a kill girl who radiates a pink aura will
make a loving, affectionate, devot
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stated in a recent lecture. Finding
A TIME AND PLACE FOR
the aura might require vivisection
A proposed law makes it a mis on the part of tho ordinary person,
demeanor to injure or kill a person
while in the pursuit of wild game. probably be a cut-up anyway.
Those proposing to injure or kill
S. P. Watch Inspector
Men who never get licked seldom
anyone will take due notice and do
their injuring or killing at some liek anyone else.• • •
other more appropriate time.
nico thing, a beautiful
not distributed too pro-
A man may be certain that he is
POISON OAK—Cured by in-
in love, but that’s about the only
* * *
ternal antidote, $1.50 postpaid
thing he will be certain of at that
There are altogether too many
M. K. S. CO.
informers and not enough reformers.
Hood River, Oregon
The hardeet kind of work is that
N. B. This is a doctor’s private
IS THIS A CALL TO ARMS»
which we have to do ourselves.
A rule of one university provides formula and not for sale in any
that no man may take a girl canoe drug store.
WE’VE COT NOTHING ON
ing until he has passed an examina
Food was recently found in an tion in swimming and handling a
Egyptian tomb, where it had been canoe. Until he can paddle a canoe
buried for 3000 years. There were without the use of his arras there
several dozen eggs that passed with will still be danger.
out trouble ns No. 1 storage.
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A real unselfish man is one who
for the convenience of our
Most people like to be flattered gets busy moving obstacles out of
the way of one who is rapidly get
but few care to be soft-soaped.
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ting to the front.
• . .
SPREAD IT OUT A LITTLE
Barber work in general. Spe
Has anyone examined the north
The pornon who thinks it is too
attention given to chil
much punishment to go to church
may sometime get it all in a bunch. still proudly floating there?
------------------------------------------------------- I IT MAKES A DIFFERENCE HOW
HINGS WE THINK
Tas* Eggs by Candling.
her table hut has also proved to be
commercially practicable In prevent
ing loss by separating for local con
sumption, eggs that, because of
cracks, wetness. Incipient spoilage and
other defects, are likely to spoil in
shipment. Such eggs are suitable for
Immediate use but will noi stand ship
Candling as near as possible to
source of production will not only
charges for the farmers who wish to
buy and sell on an accurate quality
basis but will prevent the loss of a
valuable food product. This method
of conservation was tried out during
the World war and the results have
been so gratifying that many states
have made It a permanent feature of
their food-control work.
BURNING OVER WASTE LANDS
Practice in Some Sections Frequently
Résulta In Great Destruction of
After n person Ims hud four or
fivo introductions to you without
apparently remembering the former
The practice In some sections of
GOING THE LIMIT
ones, you begin to ait as if you burning over waste land and marshes
Some folks will do most anything
weren’t acqiiaintisl either.
during April and May frequently re for money. Why, some women will
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sults In great destruction of bird life even go to the extreme of marrying
and birds’ nests and eggs, particularly ini'ii for money.
A serum has been discovered on marsh land where wild ducks
which will restore the dead to life. breed, according to the biological sur
Only a bi nail quantity is i required. vey of the United States Department
We know some perauibulatting ; our of Agriculture. The department sug
streets who should buy it by the gests that where It Is at all possible
tin- growth should be left alone, or the
marshes burned previous to the arrival
of the birds or the building of the
nests, which would be. generally
speaking, In February ai d March, in
many Instances the burning Is unnec
essary and no good purpose Is served
by It. Due to the draining of numer
MOTHER EVE AGAIN
ous areas throughout the country for
A woman who is puzzling the agricultural purposes, suitable breed
doctors claims that she swallowed a ing places for hints are constantly be
snake and Hint it has grown inside
coming fewer In number, and for this
her. it was a woman and a smiKe
who got us into Illi this trouble in reason the unnecessary burning over
of waste lands and marshes should be
tho first place, wasn’t it?
discouraged everywhere by bird lovers,
I’ilE SINS OF THE FATHER
conservationists and sportsmen.
, Probably one reason children are
not punished more than they are is LEG WEAKNESS OF CHICKFNS
because parenis are reminded by
| (heir own children of the things Growing Pullets, Cockerels and Chicks
they did when of like* age.
Are Affected by Ailment Similar
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Mini mid woman should not try
to travel in double harness when
Orowfng pullets and cockerels some
they are niennt to drive tandem.
times become affected with n leg weak
ness that is difficult to account for.
It is worthy of notice, as marking They suddenly become unnhle to use
their peculiarities, that most «omen their legs, and flop about hy means
in choosing husbands show a marked
preti-roncc tor bachelors and wid of their wings. This condition
owers. Evvhniigo. We will anxious last for a few days, and the bird
li wait with bated breath for tho recovers; It may persist until
pa|«'r quoted to inform us what death of tho fowl. Chicks are
other kind of men there are for nffected h.v the same disease, which Is
them to show a preference for.
similar to rheumatism In human be
ings In this cnse there Is a swelling
of the joints with pain and tender
Remove the affected fowls from the
rest of the flock, and place them In a
This is on th
dry, comfortable place by themselrea.
Give each one a teaspoonful or two of
castor oil, but remember that »hat
gm« down the outside of the neck
SOMEONE TO HEAR YOl’R
does no good.
When a mini has trouble in spend
ing his income he can easily nwak CARE IN PASTURING ALFALFA
en the tender feelings of some
young girl who «ill lift"Hint burden Bloat Caussd In Sheep and Horoaa
oft hi» shoulders.
Whan Changing From Dry Feed
—Give Soma Hay.
Ehe real champion heavyweight
lifter is the man who raise*'a mort
i ' hit mnM b* taken In pasturing al
falfa as It will cavae bloat tn cattla.
Home folks are luekr not to be sheep and horse«. When changing
from dry feed to alfalfa pasture, the
paid for what they know.
anlnml should consume a quantity of
PAGE THE KEEPERS
hay, and they should be allowed to
chap with much curiosity paature on the alfalfa for a very short
time at first. As they become accus
the *v,rnKc person hA.«
IJUW hairs on his hind. No one tomed to alfalfn. they may remain
but a hare brained idiot would longer, but It la beat to allow them ae-
•pend hi« time figuring out anrh a com to a straw stack or hay at aU
DON’T AI.I. ANSWER AT ONCE
How much morality would there
be in this old world if no one cared
for the opinion of others and had
no fear of punishmentf
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