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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 10, 1914)
The Bleesed Chrietmas Tima.
I walked tn the world today dear laird.
Mldel worth end wealth and fame.
Clasped handa with power and beauty.
With lovelihre» end name * * *
1 walked in th« wore' today. dear laird
Mldat parfumae rich and rare
Earth's rhnlceat exit lea poured ooetly
Upon the heavy air • • •
I walked In tha world today, my laird.
Through crowded hall and mart.
Where trull or loom and prana and bruah
Each vie for glory's part * * *
I have aomo apart from tha world, dear
Where tha mighty rule and shine.
To find sweet )oy at thy hlaaeod side.
To feast on things divine
Oh, the world la poor! 1 am rteh tonight
As 1 walk In tha path of tha star's clear
And I need no chare In the greet world’a
1 am crowned In the faith of the atar
Your Cold Is Dangerous
Break it up - Now
A Cold ia readily catt'ldiig.
down system in susceptible to Genus.
Yon owe it to yourself ami to other« of
your household to lluht the Germs at
once. Dr Bell's Pine-Tar-H out y ia line
for Colds and ('otigli«.
Il loosens the
mucous, stops the Cough and soothes
the Lungs. It’« guaranteed. Only 25c.
al your Druggiat.
Washed Graded Gravel
82nd St. and 45th Ave.
Phone Tabor 2063
J. F. Heytintf
. A. 0. Kenworthy
L 0. 0. F. BUILDING
T al tor 5267
J. P. Finley & Son
Montgomery am! Fifth St
One Place of Bnaineaa Only
Phone Main V
Hawthore Av*. and Boat 11th. St.
J THE RURAL TEAGHER;
Hhort winter day«.
Bear* Heavy Burden of
Very little daylight and not much ami-
Decernbar ia on deck with a little fall
By Peter Radford.
II. Kohvro, gjapetiew, is building a
Lecturer .N'sHorn,I FarMerw* Union.
house here across from llie liotel.
With the new development of rural
will employ Mime of hia people to clear life, there com«» the demand for in
aoine land thia winter and next year creased educational facilities and the
will build a bungalow.
Impulse of universal education which
Mr». Berdenotein returned from Port 1» sweeping th« country calls for In
telllgent and consecrated leadership
land the first ft the week.
C. II. Johnson has returned from in our rural schools. It 1» upon the
Eustern Oregon ami will May with hia rural teacher that one of the heaviest
burdens of civilization falls, for not
family on a railroad claim thia winter. |
only must he lay the foundation of
He »ay» the prospects for a big crop of
education, but he must also inw*1ll into
wheat another year ia great aa they got the pupils the real love tor country
the crop in early and the aland ia per- i life, which will bold him on the
farm aud help to stein the townward
A. B. Brooke ahip|>ed a bunch of tide
young cattle in here from Hood River
In the city, the teacher is a cog In
last »wk to winter here in the tlml«*r. I the vast wheel of educational machln
Generally they do well all winter with- ; ery; In the country he Is the wheel.
It Is he who must mold the character,
Mra. Martha Richardson returned inspire the Ideals and shape the des
from the Hom« of the Ag«d at Portland tiny of the farm boys and girls, and
where »he baa been for some time. She if h« Is fitted by nature for the taask.
claims some of her fund« were taken not only will the results of his ef
forts be reflected In the pupils, but
without her knowledge or consent. She
gradually .the whole community will
will make her home with 0. W. Harris be leavened with a new ambition for
The Herald*» reference to the O. F. C. 1
He can organize around the school
land which they claim if they Ibee it the main Interests of the boys and
will came* a big Io»» to the state in the girls and develop the impulse for co
way of taxes la an absurd proposition aa operation, which in time will displace
the Southern I acific Railroad Co.. ■ the old competitive individualism and
know» very well that if the land revert» make rural social life more congenial
to tlei government— which in common and satisfying. The possibilities for
Justice and equity it might to—then the making the rural school the social
»quarters will gel it as nearly one-baif and economic center of the commu
of it i» already willed upon.
The nity are almost endless, and the facul
ties of the rural teacher may have
foolisli statement iwthat it will lie thrown !
full play, for It will take all hie time
into the forest reserve, except in a very
and Ingenuity If he attains the full
No one believes it for a measure of success.
minut« ami U m * big railroad attorney»
Must Be Community Leader.
kuow equally well.
A noted college professor recently
We are approaching an era, by slow
degrees, of humanity which is shown by said that three things are now re
article» appearing in sueb cold-blooded quired of a rural teacher. The first
meUopolitan pa|>er» a» the Oregonian, requirement Is that be must be strong
which in a late iaaue write» of the cane enough to establish himself as a lead
er In the community in which he lives
of Brady, a New York millionaire, who
and labors; second, that be must have
lately <U«d leaving
an «state of a good grasp on the organization and
*77,000.Otto, a vast »mu, while hundreds management of the new and scientific
and thousand» of hi» fellow lieings living farm school and. third, that he must
within th« shadow of his palace are show expert ability in dealing with
Miifferirig the pang» of hunger daily. The the modem rural school curriculum.
Oregonian ways this »how» a wrong state If he Ilves up to the opportunities of
of attaint and actually hopes, ao it »ays fered him as a rural leader, he will
al least, that a I »‘Iter economic »ystem train boys and girls distinctly for
may be devised that will right these rural life, not only by giving them
the rudiments of agricultural training,
great wrongs ami by the same token
but by enabling them to see the at
tills great day is approaching, slow and tractive side of farm life, and to real
evolutionary, bnt sure.
Away back lie- ize that It Is a scientific business, and
fore tlie Christian era, Aristotle, the one of the most complex of all pro
learned Greek, wrote of a time when fessions with opportunities as great
justice and right would prevail and in' as those of any other calling.
tlie -lays of bloody Henry tlie Eighth of
"School for Parents’* Needed.
England. Dial gallant gcnUetnati, Sir
duties of the rural teacher are
Thomas Moore lost hia life and also his
more varied and complicated than
head on tlie axeman's block for writing
those of the city teacher, and he some
a (took entitled Utopia, wtierein lie
times has to Include the parents in
hoped that tlie poorwit person in tlie directing his efforts for the best re
realm of England and also throughout sults. In communities where the old
the world might live in jieace ami er population ie opposed to any de
plenty. Ala»! it has l»vn a dark ami parture of the younger generation
dreadful period since that bloody day from established customs in either
ami »till we arc killing each other and social or economic life, their co-oper
grinding the face of the poor.
Still let ation can often be secured by calling
u« hope in spite of greedy men and false community meetings and Instructing
the parents on matters of community
Interest. , It is related that a success
Do you see any mention of the amaz- |
ful young teacher in a remote local
ing growth of Socialism jn Oklohoma a»
ity had weekly meetings attended by
shown by the election returns in the parents of his pupils, which finally
daily papers. No, and you never will! evolved Into a "school for parents"
A» a matter of fact it shows an increase In which they were taught how to live
of loo percent since the last election and : a community life in its broadest and
state senator», repreeentaUves
and ■ biggest sense.
county officers were elected and this
Social Features Essential.
mark you, among farmers.
The successful rural school is the
this going to stop?
Not until even the
vital social and economic center of
poor toiler in field, forest, mine and on
the community and the successful
the deep blue sea. gets an equal show rural teacher ia the on* who realizes
with the rich rogue.
that the responsibility of training lo
Roliert Banta, son of E. L. Banta of cal leaders for the future devolves
this place, came down from Portland to upon him.
Organized play, Inter
visit his father last week
He nays there
are a great many unemployed in Port community athletics, community fes
land inis winter and that tlie question tivals, lyceum and debating clubs, Y.
of fettling them is a serious problem. I M. C. A.'», with occasional neighbor
hood entertainments, utilising home
The municipal wood-yards give some
talent, contests in cooking and various
work at miserable wages.
other phases of home economics, in
thing we know we will be committed to corn and hog clubs and other agricul
Socialism and will be employing all of tural activities are a few of the meth
our jieople on public works or in Gov-! ods employed by the successful rural
ernment owned utilities. In California teacher In stimulating Interest and
any married man can get work on the enthusiasm while teaching them the
public roads at *1.50 a day at any time fundamental principles of successful
of the year.
The Ford Automobile Co , of Detroit,
Farming Is a business proposition
Mich., in tlieir annual report gave in aa
eash on hand*27,000,000, notwithstand and the farmer Is the biggest business
ing they pay their employees *5.00 a man in business.
day, even the floor-sweepers, and have
also divided profits above a certain |>er-
cent among their worker».
selling them tracts ol 15 acres each on
Those who desire to donate clothing
long time at low rate of interest so that
and imperishable foods to the destitute
they can establish homes of their own.
of Relgium may leave same at W.
Thia social settlement plan will be
Knights store and it will lie sent to tlie
demonstrated at tlie World's Fair next
food cargo ship of 6000 tons capacity
year at “Frisco.”
Ford is the only
now lieing loaded from Portland, Taco
genuine Christain we have in the
ma and Seattle.
country and lie never goes to church, j
Rev. Roeder is doing clearing on the
When a man is hungry he will think
land he recently purchased of the Cor
more of his hunger than lie will of the
Lee Evans will only make three trips
Tlie poor will lie fed on Christmas
weekly lietween Portland and Corbett
day for once in tlie year and the greedy
with his auto stage.
rich will have a spasm of 'generosity but
Dr. and Mrs. Neanbar of Portland
it will not last long and will cause them
were Sunday visitors at the Ira Byers
A new system of re
ligion and social justice will have to lie
Work is progressing finely on the high
inaugurated liefore we can have uni school building; tlie cement basement is
versal prosperity among rich ami poor nearly completed.
There will lie an all day meeting and
A. B. Brooke, who has projierty here, basket dinner at the church next Sun
came over this week from Hood River. day, Dec. 13.
DR. JOHN FAWCETT
Hseases of Women and Children
Pacific Talior 3214
Shiloh Circle No. ID. ladle« of G. A. R meet«
lat and Rd Saturday evening« In I.O. O.F.
hall, Lents. Llllah Maltol, Pre«., Carrie
Christmas Menus Christmas Don’ts
Douglas Hewitt of 4210, fiSth St. is
building a garage.
Don't leave the cost mark on pres
A PLAIN MEAL.
Don't let Christmas giving deterio
« rate into a trade,
Roast Pork, Tenderloin.
Don’t let money dominate your
Turnip* In Cream Sauce.
Don't embarrass yourself by giving
Celery and Nut rtalad.
« more (ban you can afford
Don't expect to receive as much as
W************************* you give, ns the odds are on tbe dis
Don't acquire your Tn let ide before
tbe fun of Christmas actually begins.
A DELICIOUS DINNER.
No Cbristmaa is ftilfllled when the cel
ebrant Is filled full.
Blue Potnta on Half Shell
Don't be the first to tell s child there
» Roast Turkey With Oyster Dreaa-
is no Bants Claus. If you have to lie
Glblet Gravy Cranberry Jelly
« about it He and lie aa attractively as
Vama Mashed Potatoes.
« your education will permit
Pickled Peara and Peaches
Don't ent your Christmas dinner in a
restaurant if you can And any old borne
Plum Pudding With Brandy Sauce
that you may ¿at ft in. for a Christ
Nuta and Halstna.
mas dlnnet in a home is worth two in
Don’t let your Christmas go by with
fa*«*«**************«aMM out giving some sort of present to a
* child Tbe excuse that you know no
A ROAST GOOSE SPREAD.
« children will not suffice. You can know
« plenty of them between now and tbe
Soup. Bread Sticks
♦ day of day».
Olive* Celery Salted Peanuts.
» Roast Goose. Potato Bluffing. Apple
Don't decide to abstain from giving
« just because yon cannot afford expen
Glased Sweet Potatoes Lima Beane «
« sire presents The thoughtfulness of
Chicken Croquettes French Green « yonr gift, the Interest yon take in
those to whom you give, are the prin
Lettuce Cheese Straws.
Tbe Intrinsic value of
yoor gift counts very little.
Glace Meringue Bonbons.
Nuts Raisins Fruita
Don’t give things because they are
« cheap and snake a big »bow for the
Cracker* Cheeae Cafe Noir.
***♦♦***»**»*♦******♦*♦♦♦* money As a rule. It la a dangerous
thing to pick up a lot of al) aorta of
things at bargain sales for Christmas
♦ presents, if you do there Is always
tbe temptation to make Inappropriate
N. Mavrose of 7115, 37ih Ave. R. E. ia
building an addition to his house.
Mra. C. Bergland is finishing a house
in Elmira Addition.
Cook A Markle of Lento are finishing
a houae for Mr. Dye of 70th and
Mr. Rosaol of Tremont is proprietor
of a uisginiicent »ign over bis realty
office which is attracting corfsiderablo
The members of the Baptist Sunday
School will give a musical program
Christ tn aS eve, and receive gifts for tho
poor—all done up in white.
The lAurelwood M. E. Church io
building -an eight room [»arsonage on
the lot beside tbe church. Thio io a
forward step for this church.
Cream of Chicken
Rolled Sheep's Head.
Rice Croquettes With Curry.
Mashed Browned Potatoes.
Mince Pie Biscuit Tortoni.
Roquefort Chreae and Crackera
Ella Francis Judy, two years old,
child of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Judy of
Laurelwood, died Munday of diptberia.
The funeral was held at tbe home,
Kenworthy being in charge.
No tramp of marching armies.
No banner» flaming far;
A lamp Within a stable.
And in the sky a star
Arieta Oddfellows anil Rsbekahas en
tertained Grand Warden, Henry West
brook, and Grand Secretary Sharon,
Friday evening. After an excellent
program of music and recitations the
visitors made addresses.
: from Lents Oddfellows and Rebekahs
were present. After the program those
present were dined on cake and coffee.
It was a very pleasant affair and highly
appreciated by all.
Their hymns of peace and gladness
To earth the angels brought:
Their "Gloria In Excelsla"
To earth the angels taught
When tn tbe lowly manger e-
Tbe holy mother maid
in tender adoration
Her Babe of Heaven laid.
Suggeetiona For Enlivening
In cities balloons are almost always
obtainable, ao get bright red ones and
try this novel scheme for a children's
Surround the cake with tiny
candlesticks or candelabra bolding red
taper» and sprinkle the doth with hol
ly sprays and diamond dust (Christ
From the tmek of each chair tie a
red ribbon on tbe end. floating gayly
in tbe air a red balloon
Here I p tbe
way to give tbe fkvorw (red snapping
mottu enpet: Tie one to tbe end of tbe
string of a red balloon and let It go
away up to the celling
If the snapper 1» not heavy enough
weight It with a chocolate cigarette or
one of the many hard, all chocolate
shapes that children love
each little guest catch a balloon and
bring tt down to earth To make more
fun each balloon may have a card at
tached hearing tbe name of a child,
and each uiust find his own
Evangelistic meetings are living con
ducted in the Laurelwood Methodist
i Church this week. Everybody is in
Rev. V. E. Willings is the
A CHRISTMAS HYMN.
THE HOLIDAY PARTY.
L. Clement of fi2 Ave. and 6s St. was
badly frightened by a tire Saturday
evening at hia bouse. The prompt work
of tbe Volunteer Firemen saved it f it
Born lowly In tho darkneaa.
And none so poor as he.
The llttlo children of the poor
Hia very own shall be
No rush of hostile armlaa.
But lust U m huddling sheep.
The angels singing of the Christ
And all tha world asleep.
No flame of conquering banners.
No legions sent afar;
A lamp within a stable.
And In tha sky a star.
—Margaret E Sangater tn Collier s
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The County I not i lute of tbe Woman's
Christian Temperance Union will meet
all day Thursday, Dec. 17, at the home
of Mrs, Alloway, 1860 Division street.
There will be symposium an 1 question
box in tbe forenoon.
Judge Gatens of
tbe Juvenile Court and Mrs. Jennie
Kemp, State President of tbe W. C. T.
U. will speak in tlie afternoon.
your lunch and enjoy a full day. Many
will be interacted in tbe plans of state
and county for the forward work of the
Woman's Christian Temperance Union.
Sacrifice Is f pirit of Christmas.
A curious thing comes to my mind
concerning which 1 bare a word to say.
and that is apropos of boneaty. No one
has a right to give away anything ex
cept wbat may be in excess of tbe just
demHnd« u|ion tbe Income Tbe butch State of Ohio. City of Toledo, i
er. tbe baker, tbe dry goods man. needs
Frank J. Cheney make» oath that he Is
bis tnone'y as surely as does the enthu
* Co., doing business in the City of To
siastic woman eager to make a pretty ledo. County and 8tate aforesaid, au-1
gift or tbe lover to bestow upon his that said flrm will pay the sum of ON3
the tree .
HUNDRED DOLLARS for each an 1 e -
sweetheart what he knows is ber
ery case of Catarrh that cannot be ir- I
Successful Christmas by the use of HALT.'B CAT IRRH < 1'RL.
FRANK J. CH! ' ■ 1
You don't dig it up.
giving shenId menu self sacrifice, aud
Sworn to before me and snbscrlb si 1
You don't hew It down.
6th day cf D»- -n’ er.
it is often a greater sacrifice to deny
A. D. 1886.
You don’t roam the forest.
oneself tbe privilege of expenditure
A. W OT.FA
You «Iniplv go forth and buy It.
Notari- r :.»!-
than to do just what one has iu mind.
Hall’s Catarrh Cure It! tai n
And that's an easy matter
I believe that from tbe nursery days and acts directly upon tho H -il
this theory should be inculcated, and. ecus surfaces of the system F
There's only one thing need
as the coming to this world of our
F. J. CHENEY * CO. Tol.-.! .. O.
ful. and that’s «ash.
Sold by all Druggists.
blessed Lord was one great act of sac
Take Hall's Family FIB« for cor.stlpatloa.
The tre* may be purchased
rifice. so In planning for our Christmas
prosaically of one's grocer.
gifts each child in the family should
More venturesome souls trol
be encouraged to something of self sac
ley or motor to some freight
rifice in the gathering together of the
Farmer Clafwle Has that city feller
yard, choosing from original
money for bls gifts 1 like to picture who bought Stone's farm learned any
tbe old fashioned Virginia home, where thin' yit? Farmer Sands—Wall, he'»
Yet others literally "shop" for'
round tbe library table through the la rut it don't do no good ter try ter
them and when at last their
fall months tbe children of the house make apple i'Utter In a churn.—lodge
choice Is made bear them off tn
hold and the kinsfolk aud acquaint
their motors or on their backs
ances who might be within the doors
or engage an expressman — Phil
busied themselves in the preparation of
dainty nothings which should carry on
8041 72 8t. 8. E.
o« • ....................................... ■ • ■-« »-o Christmas morn tbe sweet words of
loving remembrance. — Julia Holmes
General Notion Store
Smith. M. D-. in Pilgrim.
Their Christmas Presents.
Reach’s Notion Store
Little Penelone Socrates,
A Boston maid of four.
Wide opened ber eyes on Christmas morn
And looked the landscape o'er
"What Is't Inffatea my baa de bleuY*
She aaked. with dlimlty.
" 'TIs Ibaen In the original.
Oh. for beyond degreet"
Mias May Cadwallader Rittenhouse
Of Philadelphia town
Awoke aa much as they ever do there
And watched the snow come down
"WeU. I'm glad that Christmas has ooms
Tou might nave heard her «ay.
"For my family's one year older now
Than It was last Christmas day."
It was Christmas In giddy Gotham.
And Ml»» Irene de Jones
Awoke at noon and yawned and yawned
And stretched her languid bones
"Well. I'm eorey that It’s Chrlstmaa
Papa at home will stay.
For change 1» closed, and he won't make
A single cent all day "
Oh. wlndlly dawned the Christmas
In the city oy the lake'
And MI m Arahel Wabaah Hreeay
Was Instantly awake
"Ah. wnat’a that In my stocking?
Well, In two llffa i'll know!"
And she drew forth a grand piano
From away down tn the toe
— Boston Courier.
Stationery, Toys, Dry Goods,
Tinware and Crockery
Baskets of Daintio».
Rave tbe grape baskets to fill with
Opened Dec. 1
dainties and see wbat charming Chrtat-
maa gifts can be made. Line the bas
kets with dark green tissue papar and
Oil tbem with oranges, red apple»,
and FurnUhed New and Clean
nuts, clusters of raisins, figs, dates, Re-modeled
Room« Tinted and Fainted. Geo. Davl«, Mgr
grapes and candy. Small glasses of Groceriea, Confectionery and School Supplies,
Cigars and Tobacco
jelly, homemade cookies, individual
GIVE US A CALL
mince pies or plum puddings add to
ISMMth St S K.
To tho Cynics.
Christmas comes but once » year.
Do not make a Jest of IL
'Tts a season of good cheer.
Cynics spoil the zest of it
Now a respite, brief repose.
Let us make the best of IL
Drown our many weary woes.
Christmas, we are bleet of It
Christmas comae but once a year.
Children love the seat of it
Now a message glad we hear.
Hearken to behest of tt
Just good will and wishes kind
And your love, the best of it
If we're poor—well, never mind.
Laugh we will and lest of It
Christmas comes but once a year.
Money's not the test of It
Hearts alone can help and cheer.
Christ nas made the t>eet of it
Whatsoever may befall.
Sorrows or the rest of It
Merry Cbristmaa comes to all
Even those who fest of it.
-Now York Times.
Dr. C. W. Tidball
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office cor S2nd St. an<l 60th Ave.
Ree. 5005 »2nd St. 8. E.
Phone Tabor 4256
Rea. Tabor 3746
Miss Maude Alvord
Candidate in the Journal Trade
and Circulating Contest, from
Mt. Scott District No. 3
Votes left with W. E. Goggins, of Lents,
or mailed to Mis» Alvord at 69211 Forty
sixth Avenue, 8. E., will be accepted
Phone Tabor 2352