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6ILR0SE P. T. A. 10
MtEI tRIDAY AfltRNOON
after it. The managers stipu-
Mt. Scott Herald go
late for a convenient site donat-
We donate it. We secure
A Weekly paper devote»! to the betterment ot ed.
Mt Hroit anti adjoining rural itlstrieU
Published Ïvery Thursday at Lents, Oregon by
Now. did the donation of the The Parent-Teacher Association of
the Gilroee school will hold tlieir regu
T ub M t
P i blminu Con paby
site secure that plant? IT DID lar monthly meeting at the school on
J HANUKR roX. Managing Kdltor.
NOT. That was the smallest con- Friday (tomorrow) afternoon at 3
NINNI««.«H»l>KM>lHiH MY PI N««>Editor
The » spirit that o'clock. The entertainment will be
J. ALLAN Dt’NBAR, Associate (Rxldenev.
I on, Beach. Cal.)________
prompted the donation was the provided by the High School students.
Kntcret as »«cottil-cla»« mall matter Febru
ary K, Wit. at the poet ottiee at l«nts. Oregon, magnet that did
the pulling. Miss Marie Dabaqua, of Portland, will
under act of Con<resa. March t. Utt*
render mandolin and piano solo« as
The managers of the enterprise special numbers on the musical feature«
Í1 * jear. tn advance
wanted to locate in a community ■>f the program.
I komm : T a bob txm , D 41.
where that spirit ruled. They
could afford to pay for a site,
It Isn't Your Iwn. It's You.
but there was no way of de If you want to live in the kind of a town
These are days that try men’s termining whether the communi
lake the kind of a town you like,
souls. The tenseness of our Na
ty really wanted their enter You needn’t slip your»ck>thea in a grip
tional situation is becoming more prise located in its midst.
• And start on a long, long hike.
You’ll only find what you left behind,
and more apparent. However,
It is not the bonus, or the site,
among all the discordant sounds or even the exemption from tax For there’« nothing that’a really new.
It’s a knock al yourself w han you knock
and jangling voices there is grad
es that is the real drawing power,
ually developing all over the; in locating new.enterprises,
It It i«n’t the town—it’s you.
country’ the National note, and is the SPIRIT BEHIND these ac- Real town« are not made by men airaid
ere long we shall present, as we
lest aomebody vise g«*tw ahead.
When everyone work« and noltody shirks.
have always presented in times
We are all human, We like You can raise a town front the dead.
of peril, a united front, fully pre to be appreciated at
what we Ami if while you make your |<raonal
pared for what? God grant it
feel and know to be our real «take,
may be peace, not as some of the
worth. Even the hardest headed Your neightMin can make one. too.
press of the country would insin
Your town will be what you want to av.
business man among us is sus It ian’t the town—it’s you>
uate, that we may continue to
ceptible to a just appreciation of
reap a harvest of prosperity from
his worth to the community.
the nations at war, but because
So when we show to industry
the futility of it all is so glaring
that we want it; when we say
ly apparent, having been borne
by our words and our actions,
in upon the consciousness of very-
that we appreciate it and
A DEPARTMENT CONDUCTED BY OI K SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS
many who did not realize it in
VALUE it at its TRUE WORTH,
the first place. Also, because
keek, Helms Swank, Lois BouJ, Mirian
then it is that industry conceives Saturday evening, the 3rd
insL, a Bond, Mr. Robert Johansen, John
our very souls stand aghast at
a desire to be among us and of number of friend«, fourteen in all, sur-
the terrible conditions, begger-
Murray, Clarence Freeman, Albert
prised Mrs. A. Rimile. She and her Bromquiat, Mr. and Mrs. Buell and
ing description, which the con
brother ha«l retired early, but forgot Sadie and Floyd Carlson.
flict of the past two years has
The Southern Express Com they were weary when the crowd came. Mrs. Win. Barrett, of Kern Park, en
brought about in Europe. No
jolly good will of neighbors and
pany has made a statement that Th«*
tertained the Woman's Foreign Mia-
friend« infused sunshine into her life. A j sionary Society at the First Free
gain commensurate with the ter
it would be glad to be relieved of pleasant wtcial time was enjoyed until a
rible sacrifice of life is possible.
Methodist Church on Wednesday at an
a class of business which has be late hour.
all-day session, The morning was de-
The public mind has come more
come obnoxious and therefore Mr. C. Bruce ha* move« I bis home voted to sewing, After a mid-day ban-
and more to feel that a higher
has no desire whatever to handle shout fifty feet nearer So the Foster quel, which was greatly enjoyed, a
note of internationalism must be
R«>ad. The change is a decided irn-^ business session was held, followed by
sounded and from present con
the Mission Study Class.
ceptions this country, which is
Lenox avenue has been greatly im- i
the only world power in a posi It has been found that by proved the past week by the big county (
tion to take the initiative in such chemical treatment a ton of saw road scraper.
The I Adies Aid met at Mr«. Pom-
a movement, would forego the dust will yield a quarter of a The Ladies' Needlecraft Club met at eroys' last Friday and are to meet next
the home of Mrs. Fields Tuesday, the . Friday at Mrs. E. W Clarkes'.
opportunity by entering the con ton of sugar. That settles it— Hth
inst., on the sunny side of Wilson
up goes the price of sawdust.
Mr. Vrnoman has his house about
completed and ready for occupancy. It
Should hostilities be forced up
The people of this vicinity are glad ot is one of the lies! in the original little
on us against our will, a different
Garbage cans should be care have Rev. F. M. Ja«per, of the Lents Italian settlement of four li^fnes. two
phase of the situation would fully disinfected and laid away. Methodist Church, appointe«! as paster I of which have l»een moved awav. Tony
thereby present itself and our There may come a time when of the local church. Mr. Jasper was Radau, who owns the l«est one. would
present last Sunday afternoon and will sell, but he is a very good neighbor and
course would have to be deter they will be in demand again.
hol«i services regularly each Sunday we prefer him to stay.
mined by subsequent events. One
I The past two years have l>een rather
thing is manifestly certain. As
An exchange wants to know A ipan may lie down without lying;
i dull in this community. When any
a Nation we should stand as one if there is a real demand for Or he can «lye brown without «lying:
resilient has left, as a rule the house
He can say “no" without knowing,
man back of our President and two-and-a-half cent pieces, You Or
has remain««! vacant, but now a change
promise to go without going.
allow him ample authority to bet! We want all we can get.
is grailually taking place. New settlers
are coming in. Homes can tie pur-
Pretense or false ways do not win.
guide our craft. He has proven
For track« -how where we have been. I chased or rente<l very reasonably.
himself worthy of our trust and
of time, -tyl«* or place.
Our wife^ound a bean in the R«-gardie.«H
Mr. Ham is contemplating moving
A lie always shows on its face.
confidence, which is the least we
his job printing outfit, which at present
As we travel life’s journey, the truth
can give him. Any criticism or
occupies a room in his home, nearer to
best for the aged or youth.
attempt to make political capital saving it for the Sunday dinner. Is
the business district. He will retain
And truth «treads no danger or tear.
out of the situation at this time Come over, Bill.
his residence as he considers cheap gar
den ground an advantage which more
A man who is truthful won’t tell
is not an evidence of true patri
Of dirt, or the failure of man.
than offsets the <lisa«lvantages of the
otism. M. G. H.
But he who hauls garbage will smell
Newsy Items from Nearby Towns
10 cent car fare to the city. A boo« of
Ot the alley where he found th«* can.
tickets re<fuces the (are to 7 cent», how
Mix black with white and its gray .
Yellow in true blue, its green ;
The next meeting o( Mt. Scott Union Have wrong in your heart an«l some «lay
Considerable improvement is going
Do we want more industries, will be held at the borne of Mm. John
It will rob you of friends that ar>* « lean. on and more is tieing contemplated.
more people, more wealth in this Donaldson, First and Marie avenues. |
Mr. Lass has built a new home.
town? If so, here are a few It will be in charge of the pre«« depart
Schroeder has just about complete«! a
ment, There will lie addresses, music,
vital points to consider.
fine new hen house, while Mr. Carney
Snow is last going again.
is building an extension to his hen
The live town is always on rhe
March 20th, at
lookout to add another industry
2:30 p. n>.
cation of good crops, especially fruit,
to its list.
It ie now three months since the
The fiftieth anniversary of the birth
A manufacturing plant added organization of the auxiliary Woman of Prof. Cooper was celebrated at his
Advertised letter« for week ending
to our town means a positive ad Federal Employment Bureau, The ex- home, one-half mile north of the I’o-t- Feb., 24:
dition to the earning capacity of perienced woman put in-charge of the office,' on Wednesday of this week. Brown, Mm. Walter; Brown, Mr.
every citizen. In encouraging office by the government agent has February 2Hth is the date of his birth- Chris* Ctienia, Mr.; Cootnbe«, Bela;
new industries we are not only servetl the allotted time and has not day, but owing to the bad weather pre- (jook Mi«« Edith; Cook, Velma;
l>een instructed to continue in the vailing at that time the celebration wan Cruickshank, Mm. Wallace F. ; David
patriotically aiding our com office. This leaves the auxiliary with jroetponed for one week.
son, Mr«. Bertha; Ge Bott, Mian Myerl ;
munity, but are directly promot out an active agent and Without funds. A B. Brooke was here the first of the Haine«, Miss R. L. ; Holding, Mr«.
ing our own fortunes.
The women who have formed the week on his way to Hood River, where W. (2); Kelly, Mrs. Edith; Katakawa
The town that makes a de auxiliary, with Mr«. W. F. Ogburn as he ha« purchase«! an additional tract of Mr. B. ; Moore, Mrs. Casper W.;
termined effort to attract men president, are very much in earnest in land for lee« than it co«t to clear the Murphy, O. 8.; Murphy, Mrs. »f. W
their desire to Ire of use to their sisters,
and industries will GET them. in the way a« outlined by the govern land and set out the tree«. A good Meindl, Miss Margaret; Parker,
many people went broke in that «ec Myrl; Powell, Mrs. Intia; Perry, Mrs.
Its facilities may be limited; its ment agent who came to Portland as tion, buying in the t»oom time«, think Louise; Stark. Misa Anna; Him«,
wealth may not be great; its situ organizer, appeared deeirable and ing to unload at «till higher price«, but Samuel ; Smith, Mrs. Guy; True, Mr.
ation may even not be advanta practical. The question now is whether when the bottom tell out they went on 8. E. ; Wagner, Mr«. Eda E. : Young,
But a LIVE PUBLIC these women will have the courage to the rock«. Many people act like cattle Mr. Elton.
shape a workable program on broad
spirit -an appreciation of every and sympathetic lines, carry it through on a stampede, they run wild and
high in an excitement, but are
added asset —is the feature that the discouraging first stages and finally jump
In selecting laying hens look for a
likely to light low at the laet.
most attracts the intelligent show the government, through actual Zimmerman’s note asking Mexico to full, well develo(H-«l breast and crop,
business man who is seeking a a complishment, that here is a very pitch into Uncle Ham and offering to «bowing a large pocket In which to
practical, workable plan deserving
give them Texas, Arizona and New carry the food supply. Thia indicate«
strength and vigor and nblllty to coo
federal financial backing. To one who
No manufacturer wants to believes in the ultimate uplift of affairs Mexico as a reward was certainly the ■ume sufficient food to produce eggH.
conduct a business in a dead human this appears to be a wonderful biggest and most absurd proposition
ever beard of. This specirnan
town. The very atmosphere of opportunity for Mrs. <»gburn and her anybody
of imperial nonsense ought to have a
Sweet potatoes have not much in
the dead town is like a wet co-workers. It is in their hands to leather medal pinned on him.
common botanically with their more
shape this auxiliary into a betterment
blanket on .his business.
familiar namesakes. They have long
work on principles as broad and wise
been cultivated as food in tropical and
The town with pep, with as becomes a great nation. That this
Fremont. Kern Park. Arleta.
ginger, with hustle, injects the will lie done may lie inferred from the Mrs. F. A. Carlson of 4133 E. 87th subtropical coiintriea nod were actually
Introduced into Enghmd at an earlier
same qualities into every busi fact that in the face of most discourag St.. 8. E., entertained laet Friday even date than the common potato. The
ness within its environs. Shrewd ing reports a labor survey was voted, ing in honor of her «laughter Sadie’s two tubers were often ^confounded by
business men know this, and the work being placed in the hands of a eighteenth birthday. The evening was writers of the sixteenth mid seven
committee of which Mrs. L, F. Ad- passe«! with various games and vocal teenth centuHes, but the sweet potato
hunt for just such towns.
diton is chairman.
and piano solos. The winner in one of
If we would grow as a town The bazar long contemplated by the the guessing games was Miss Eileen won more popularity than its rival.
Made into a sweetmeat it was regard
we must show that we want state W. C. T. U., will he held at state Corkeek. The refreshments wer- de- P(j Hfl a„ excellent in vigora tor. Sil <■<•!
growth. And w’e musj offer in headquarters in the Dekum building on lightful. Those present were: Mr. an«l lab and agreeable to the taste, Its fleah
March 21-22-23, Persons having ar Mrs. Carlson, Mrs. Mary Cox, Miss forming qualities are considered equal
ticles to donate mav communicate with Mary Betz, Sarah Buell, Eileen Cor- at least to those of the common potato.
For instance: We want to the president ot Mt. Scott Union, Mrs. furnishings, shoes and hose, household —London Chronicle.
land a manufacturing plant. We I Julia A. Scott, Tabor 3077.
linen and furniture. Strange as it may
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J. D. WILLIAMS, Prop.
Anything in Galvanized Iron
that Can Be Made '
elbows, stoves, furnace repairing.
CHICKEN SUPPLIES, such as Sanitary Fountains,
Grit and Shell Boxes, Hoppers and Troughs. GUT
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