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COTTAGE GROVE SEXTINEL, FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1923
Thia ia the golden age of the go-
the child to think and reason for if those who could would enter this want to take too much. Above all will help you until you can issue
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A Weekly Newspaper With Plenty There were a number of changes in days before the wheat buyers would
tion, don’t say the harsh things you the loyalty that goes with confi
all have the things
the curricula of the schools pro rebait their hook for the early bird think. A few days later you will dence or you will fail. You must
Things Other» Think sud Whet Ws we wish for, there would still be
with probably $1.50 the bushel as pat yourself on the back for holding have standing by, backing up, even
Bede & Smith.
Publishers posed. ’ ’
Think of ths Things Others Thtok
about the same amount of inequal
The president of Princeton college the price offered.
your temper when at the time you under difficulties. Nothing will so
ity that ti.ere is now.
must intend to wreck that institu
I hope to receive a reply to this may have thought that you were quickly wreck an association as
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A first-class publication entered at tion, for he recently announced through your ' ‘ live wire ’ ’ paper.
exhibiting a lack of backbone.
members with supposed grievances
About the only way a woman can
THE MILKY WAY
Cottage Grove as second-class matter that the entrance standards are to
GEORGE M. KEBELBECK,
• - being
This does not mean that there is spreading the propaganda of * their avoid
The man who thunders out his
be raised and that higher standards Pres. Coast Fork F. E. & C. U. of A. never a time when backbone should enemies. Stand by solidly and eon- to be deaf and dumb.
refusal to do an act of kindness
Business Office.____ 55 North Sixth are to be demanded of students,
be exhibited. This does not mean trol your own business.”
will find the milk of human kind
that Princeton hereafter is to take
The Sentinel can only reiterate that there are not times when
Oregon is awakening to the fact
Home men are docile by nature—
only those boys who can bring most what is has before said, “The righteous anger is justified, but that she is a laggard in coopera but the large majority are married. ness soured in his
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Ono year---- $2.25 I Three months 65c to Princeton and for whom Prince farmers themselves by cooperation such occasions are few compared tion. Portland financial and busi
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Six months- 1.16 | Single copy_ 6c ton can do most.
A grownup man appears out of
enn solve most of their own prob to the number of times when you ness interests realize that the pro Broken promises make the rough
place holding his sweetheart on his
Commenting on this statement, lems.’’ No other class of people has feel that drastic action is justified, ducers must be prosperous if the places in the road to failure.
lap—but it is really the girl who
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the Aberdeen (Wash.) World said, been put on its feet except by co and it’s a wise person who can metropolis is to have a substantial
National Editorial Association
is out of place. • • •
Oregon State Editorial Association “In other words, Princeton is to bo operation unless some unusual cir correctly judge when firm or harsh backing. Stabilization of markets
GOT MORE THAN HE HAD
more selective in respect to its stu cumstance made a demand for their words will not be later regretted.
Oregon Newspaper Conference
and price maintenance to a profit
CONSISTENCY, HUNT THE MUD
Lase County Publishers ’ Association dents. It is going to abandon the goods greater than the supply, Dur
It is rather peculiar that things basis must be brought about.
The man w'ho doesn’t think his
The minute millionaires begin
effort to put four-story education ing the war, for example, the need which a few months ago, or a few
With hearty joint action between wife tho beBt and sweetest looking putting
money into circula
FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1923
on one-story brains. ’ ’
of cooperation on the part of pro- years ago, seemed vital to our well city and country and loyal coopera woman in the world deserves one tion by their
extravagant meanB, people
A recent issue of Ed Howe’s ducers was hardly necessary.
being, no longer have any import tion with producers Oregon can do that isn’t.
So long as thev
Monthly contained the following
Mr. Kebelbeck’s statement that ance to us and yet in the beginning what California has done and what
BATIK FOB OUR SCHOOLS.
rushing the market with produce we may have severed friendships for Washington is doing. The state
It’s not strange that wives ad keep it sewed up in a sock no ono
“Possibly you know our public gives the buyer the edge on the the time being by saying unkind market agent law was enacted to mire the advancement aud progress save
* a word. • • •
The United States is educating
somo seventeen millions of children schools have become so expensive, market is true. The farmer, if he things to, or about, the one who help along this cooperative w-ork of their hubbies—it’s natural for
Tho ungrateful man is the one
differed with us.
and the department stands ready at anyone to admire his own handi who,
aud the unnual tax bill is more so ineffective, so devoted to play can, should keep that for himself,
having had his viow from tho
The Sentinel is not in a position
Life is too fleeting to spend in all times when producers are ready. work.
than a billion of dollars, so that it instead of to study, that many ad
top of the ladder, coming down
is readily seen that education is a vocate their abolition and a fresh to fully explain the apparent dis- turmoil. Give and take and in the
Some New York jokers recently tramples on the fingers of those
problem worthy of the consideration start made. . . . Most young people crepaney in the price of flour, with end all will be happier and we will
gave a woman poison—and will find working their way
of all those having tho welfare of consent to attend school to avoid wheat at the same price that it find that wo got most of the things
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the jury has very little appreciation
tho nation at heart. That the sit work ; God knows parents couldn’t was when flour sold much cheaper, we were entitled to.
AND WON’T BE NEARLY AS
uation is being given serious consid make them attend if they didn't but it probably can give a partial
NICE ABOUT IT
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(From Oregon Agricultural College.)
explanation. If flour mill machinery
oration ia evidenced by recent state want to.”
The young man who spends lots
WEEKLY LETTER FROM
Oats and vetch silage gave bet
The Sentinel does not share Mr. has advanced in price in the same
If a female Indian is called a
ments made by some of our leading
ter milk yields in an average of squaw, why shouldn’t a baby Indian of money on candy for his sweet
national citizens and by the fact Howe’s pessimistic view and only proportion that machinery has in
heart may have to pay an equal
three feeding tests at the O. A. C. be called a squawker.
that newspapers generally are com quotes his comment to show tho the printing industry, it costs three ♦-------------------------------------------- < experiment
amount for dental bills for his wife.
station than corn or sun
uienting editorially on educational trend of feeling on the part of to four times what it did before
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somo who are themselves mentally the war. It takes, therefore, two
Boyd Oliver, of California, asso flower silage. Ruting the milk pro MAY PAINT THE TOWN RED
That it is being given serious
A scientist claims to have discov- ,
that on oats and vetch was 105 and European divorce dated from Car-
consideration by tho taxpayers is desire that the growing generation it formerly did to produce a sack operative law firm, drove home some on
ered how to make diamonds from
sunflowers 08. In fat produc
evidenced by tho fact that those also shall be similarly equipped for of flour. Wages in the flour mill truths to cooperators in his talk to tion with corn rated at 100, results mine, Plenty of local color prob- illuminating gas. As a problem in
industry also probably are much the Washington Oregon hay grow
ably will be developed in the pro
of Portland recently turned down u its battle with tho world.
science this discovery may be of in
Tho Sentinel has frequently higher than before the war. The ers’ conference at Kennewick, Wash., with oats and vetch were 107 and cecdings.
proposed bond issue of seven and a
terest, but making diamonds out of
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half millions of dollars for the sounded tho warning that our edu manufacturer figures his profit on
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illuminating gas does ont leave any
cational system is in danger of his investment, so that thero is
California is leading the nation in
erection of now school buildings.
margin for profit.
To make tho most economical use
Probably tho taxpayers wont too getting top heuvy and that unless actually a greater profit to him successful cooperation, but its suc of land,
There are those who continue to
consorve its fertility and harp
far, but they either had to tako its friends do something to keep upon each sack, though perhaps not cess has been attained only after make
You would givo your boy a good
the most profit in farming, a politics and will never know how
ail or nothing, so they turned the out too many frills tho pendulum of a greater percentage of profit. The many mistakes and failures. Oregon scientific
rotation system is to vote intelligently. We’re willing trouncing if he spoke as impolitely
bonds down by a two to one vote. public opinion, which has swung retailer adds his profit according should profit by the experience and necessary. crop
This gives a recurring to wager a few annual subscrip to you as you sometimes do to him.
Batik and cuudlestick making uro nonrly to the limit in supporting to what the flour costs him and avoid much of the grief California succession of
crops with different
to this great family journal
two of tho things taught in tho taxation for education, will swing his profit also is greater on a sack, producers had to endure in the long plant
“You must keep this to your-
food requirements and in tions
Portland schools. A knowledge of in tho other direction, with danger though the percentage of profit may fight to success.
creases yields at the lowest possible that they will learn one and know st If” starts many a piece of juicy
these subjects certainly is necessary
the other just as soon as the men gossip on its way.
These statements are made bc- must be sincere and active coopera cost. The larger yields from crop will.
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to the welfare of our growing citi undoubtedly have been temporarily
cause a reply seems to be asked and tion between country and city and rotation are almost
zens. No girl should think of tak crippled in Portland.
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men play foot
are not to be taken ns discouraging until there is this joint action full
ing a husband unless sho has
Automobiles are like people. Those ball. They don’t want to take
Doos the canc maggot know that
equipped herself for housekeeping THE FARMER GOING ONTO A the members of the union in their success cannot be attained. He said unless it kills the tip of the berry that are worth the most make the chances letting their hair grow the
efforts to bring about a fairer that the business and financial in
by obtaining a thorough knowledge
least noise about
break for the producer. In that terests of California have come to cane before starting to tunnel to-I
of these subjects. Hilo would make
ward the ground the growing cuuo
a miserable failuro of frying eggs
Cottage Grove, Ore., June 25.— (To effort we wish to offer them every know that the prosperity of their will kill it-—apparently crush it in
and boiling potatoes if sho hud no the Editor.)—In a recent copy of possible encouragement. We will cities is based on successful farm its puny tunnelt Tho O. A. C. ex
knowledge of batik to guide her.
your puper I noticed an editorial give them any reasonable amount ing.
He related how nt one time Cali periment station has found tlmt tho
No young man should attempt to which many farmers, including my of publicity in bringing that about.
little maggots bore their way from
court a girl unloss ho is equipped self, approved and 1 take this We wish to see them arrive at a fornia had 40 local cooperative as the inside of tho tip to just be
to carry on an extended conversa moans of letpng you know of our position in the business world which sociations handling oranges and that neath the bark and there girdle it,
tion upon ancient, modern, element approval. It ended with the state will enable them to say, “Our the growers thought they had solved usually causing the tip to droop
ary and advanced batik and can meat that to better ourselves wo wheat costs us $1.70 the bushel, to the problem of marketing, but he and die. before they continue their
dlestick making. He Hhoulil never must take the first steps—organisa which we must add a profit in or stated they might far better have journey downward. If the plant re
der to continue in business and in had nono, as each local was market
apply for a responsible position if tion.
covers, as blackberries often do,
he must acknowledge that his learn
Something that has been done order than we may have the things ing its own fruit and the result tho insect has never been found to
ing in theso subjects is limited.
along that line in southern Lane
live to complete its dangerous jour
Tho action of tho Portland tax county is the organization of locals That is the basis upon which the fighting each other, glutting local ney.
payors may make it necessary to of the Farmers’ Educational and farmer’s produce should be sold, ities and that failure followed.
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Then they organized by commod
eliminate those subjects and Port Cooperative Union of America at not upon the whims of an uncertain
land pupils may have to bo content Walker, Hille Creek, Dorena and murkot. The farmer enn put him ity, instead of locality, all under must sign up not less than ten ap
one central head and selling agency
with education in such old-fashioned Coast Fork with nearly 200 active self in that position if ho will.
and the price of oranges was raised plicants for certification before the
subjects ns reading, writing, arith members and new OHUB
from $5.50 to $8.50 and the market project is accepted by the state col
metic, algebra, geometry, geogra nt each meeting.
GIVE AND TAKE.
lege extension service, because of
phy, history, grammar, spelling, the
Also something I have noticed in
He said this plan of commodity the high cost of visiting a single
languages, music, art, typewriting, The Sentinel for the past nine
This old life of ours is a game of merchandising stopped the demoral farmer in n community. An en
bookkeeping, manual training, do years is tho fact that particular givo and take. It must be so if we
trance fee of $1 is charged, with no
mestic science mid athletics. Cor mention is _
given to tho farmer are to be happy and get along with ization caused by all dumping on other costs for field inspection. If
tainly boys and girls thus poorly bringing to market tho first load our neighbors. Homo want to take the same market. Only as much as tho crop passes bin inspection a
equipped will have hardly a chance of now crop grain, something which, too much and some probably give the locality required was shipped, charge of 5 cents a bushel is made.
while the central agency found new
in inis cruel, cruel world whim they I mil sorry to say, is not good busi too much.
markets and supplied them only
come in contact with those where ness for tho farmer to do. Accord
Usually it seems to us that the what they demanded.
Pretty soon the necessities of life
the taxpayers have provided com ing to Portland murkot reports tho other fellow wants to tako too much
Mr. Oliver said that tho success will cost more than the luxuries.
plete courses in butik mid candle hook is already baited for those and ho probably thinks that wo
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first loads of wheat at $1.03 tho want him to givo too much. In tho of California’s 30 or more success
All fiery orators are not shining
Exponents of our present educu bushel. Statistics show that it hoat of tho argument we fee) that ful cooperative associations was in
tional system, those who demand costs about $1.70 tho bushel to pro wo uro absolutely right and that simply applying the same principles lights.
for our youngsters education in such iluce that wheat. Also I might add the other follow is absolutely wrong. as are applied by tho big successful
The person who is in love with
vital subjects as batik mnl candle that a popular brand of flour is Sometimes wo enstrango those who private industries of tho country
himself will have no one to inter
stick making, liavo good reason to retailing nt $2.30 tho 49-pound sack. have been friends for years and a —nothing more.
He advised long time contracts rupt him in prosecuting his suit.
be worried by tho strange notions
In 1013 and 1914 I received from few days later, in the light of calm
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being expressed by many of our I 90 cents to $1.25 for wheat and reasoning, wo may admit that pos with producers. Ho said tho commis
to fight for the
loading citizens, somo of thorn from bought this same brand of flour lit sibly the other fellow had just ns
right without forcing someone to
our loading educational institutions, $1.40
tho sack. This year the wheat good reason to feel that ho was propaganda when tho farmers were defend
Huperintendont Grout, of Port trice ranged from 88 cents to $1.30. right as we had to fool that we tied up for years ahead.
And then Mr. Oliver shot this nt
land, where tho schools may cease 'lour did not go down to $1.40. woro right. At any rate we givo
BEWABE OF MAN SANS SELF
tho conference: “Get a manager
to function when those subjects arc I but remained above $2 the sack.
him credit for being sincere. If ho who knows; no matter what the
removed, upon his return from the
Hero is n problem for tho Ameri comes to the same conclusion and salary
A girl should never do the pro
session of tho Nntionnl Educational i can Bankers association to work tho two of us use good judgment, donee — of
a man who hasn’t
association, made tho following out
for tie: “Who is getting that tho ridiculous situation is talked
it or you will fail. 1'1. ay
i your nervo enough to ask the girl hasn’t
i extra 90 cents tho snek on this over calmly, each gives on points have
cards face np on the
table; let all gumption enough to make a living
“The matter of n change in the flourf
” I believe tho farmer is on- which no longer seoni as vital as the members know what you are for two.
system of edueation was taken up titled
to one half of it.
they onco did, all feel better and doing. Don't drive; it can’t be
0. J. Kem
seriously by a number of leading
Now I move that we start a now we cogitate upon the old saying, done.
The man who dreams of the
6th and Main
educators. . . It was charged that contest
something on this order: “What fools those mortals be.’’
“You must have publicity. At things he would like to do is somo-
only tho memory was trained by ‘ ' ‘Who will bo the slowest in bring
If you can’t givo a little, don’t
the present system and that tho i ing to market tho first load of now got yourself into a position whore toast once a week you must lot the times worth more to the world than
members know what is being done. the one who is satsified with the
more important matter of teaching i
tho other fellow is likely to say you You^stiDeinnrluUingilm^rtnient things he is doing.
(Cottage (Store Sentinel
^HINGS WE THINK
The one toilet article that
Perfumed with the costly new odor of
Tiny Tot Baby Talcum
Made for baby’s tender skin.
Prevents chafing and roughness.
Palmer’s Gardengio Talc
For general uses.
Kem’s for Drugs
Starts SATURDAY, JULY 7th
witn genuine price reductions of all Spring and Summer stocks, The
entire store is overflowing with new things and staple merchandise
we simply must clear. Every
very sale card tells the storv
story of a real savii
you. Come early.
stu RE- coop service