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Mt. Scott Herald
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nit and adjoining rural di Mr le Ur
Kvrry Thursday at l/cnla, Oregon by
T h « M t Bom Fvai.iaMiNM C ompany
Knl«re<1 ss second class mall mattar fabril
ary I«, IVI«, at iba p«.t ultlva al lattila. Oregon,
titular art ol Congress. March 1 18711
Subacri pilon price
61 a year. In advance
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ficials grafters, etc.
A b a rule opinion, The more pretentious
this class of complainers are not the papers the more reason for
home owners, receiving the acting contrary to their advice
many benefits of the city with- and direction — Sunnyside Ga-
out contributing to its support. zette.
We are not blind to our city’s
We have noted time and time
faults, neither do we uphold
that the atmosphere of
them. Instead, we are striving
life of the child is
by works and suggestions to cor
him or her in the
rect our faults. We need the ac
tive co-operation of all citizens.
The Government is planning
prophets, testifying by works
that they have faith in out city; < to build 1,000 new ships, many
they appreciate their home of which will be constructed at
towns; they know by helping in Pacific Coast shipyards.
all civic movements it will help
their property and their neigh The banks of Oregon show a
bors. Home owners are the ones gain of $38,563,449 in their re
from whom we always gain the sources as compared with one
support for new enterprises, new year ago.
churches, good roads, etc.
it is a great thing to really ap The first big steel ship to be
preciate our city; its possibilities built in a Portland yard was
and its future development. launched on Saturday.
That appreciation can best be re
alized by becoming a home own
It is quite a compliment to a
er- by building a modern home;, man these days to be called
one which will lie attractive, one ‘small potatoes.”- Exchange.
which will be the standard for |
more home-builders, more ap
preciative citizens, more prophets
who will be honored, not by cold
To the Editor of the Mt. Keou
columns of marble, but by the I Herald,
M. O.' H. — Your interesting
words of praise and commenda editorial “Old (»lory" with it» many
tion of our entire citizenship is “if'»’' and “and’»” suggest» the writing
the mission of this paper in pre of thia letter. What a pity that
senting from time to time the politic», pure unadulterated party in-
suggestions for modem homes. terenta, regardless of principles, »bonld
If the wars of (¡eneral Sher
man’s days could only be likened
to hell itself, what must the con
ditions be today? It is with a
feeling of intense sadness, of
gravest forboding, of keenest
disappointment that we witness
our national law-making body
urging our nation to enter the
awful, useless, unprecedented
maelstrom which saddens, Europe
staggers civilization, and dishon
ors the Prince of Peace.
It is difficult to see how any
thing can be gained by such a
course. Assuredly the cause of
conflict, if anyone can remember
far enough back to recall it, will
be settled quietly by arbitration
by a few representatives of the
worn-out belligerents. Will our
nation be in a better position at
that time to pour oil upon the
thrice embittered racial hatreds
if we are one of those embroiled?
so warp our lives an to call forth the
Will our prestige as a nation, as
lamentable diaappointment» mentioned
Some enterprising, liberty lov in that editorial; that might be other
a member of the world’s brother
hood of .nations, be increased by ing citizen dumped a nice big wise, but for the if’«, etc. To one who
our entering this wicked strug load of tin cans right on the pub look» part effect» to cauan«, for all things
gle? Will the “life, liberty and lic street—on 94th street between that make for good or evil, it is sug
gestive of Üie need of organization to de
pursuit of happiness” of our peo 53rd and 55th avenues this even feat organization if such a thing be
ple be protected and enhanced ing. This is only one block i possible. If nonpartisanship could dis
by such a course? Will we "as a from the main street, and one place all policies of a party nature what
nation fulfil our trust of uphold block from the school. We be progress might be made in the common
ing the banner of the Prince of lieve the culprit can be prosecut 1 interest and welfare of all the people.
Peace, or will we, too, join the ed and we’d like to learn who it | Socialists have so much in common that
ranks of the great nations who is. A clean, healthy town de a common ground should be (ound
have failed because at some cru- mands better co-operation than | where all could come together for the
common good and make their work
cial test they were found want- this.—J. S. F.
ing? We boast of our govern
i Past experiences in initiative atati
ment by the people; if a referen
Where a community through legislation provee that no party, how-
dum were taken would the peo co-operation is producing some ever modern, has ALL the necessary ac
ple plunge our nation into this one thing of quality and in con ceptable demands to which the people
ednested and for which the people
siderable quantity that com are
vote if it be plfu-ed before them
With all our being we protest munity is fast making a name
free from party contamination. Equal
against war. If the step has not for itself and is soon advertised suffrage, Prohibition and other laws
already been taken, we hope and and is sought by buyers. It pays passed by the people in this »tate amply
pray that it may never be. If it. communities to pull together in prove tiie need of a non-partisan, get-
is done we believe history will> planning production. — Western to-gather action by the people of like
intenwt». No long ax we have legisla
record it as one of the saddest Farmer.
ansenibliee made up of partisan in
events in America’s history, All
I terests just so long will we suffer re
honor to the President who has
With advancing spring the actionary dominant forces to retard,
successfully kept us out of war middlemen have begun to com- ■ and misdirect the practical best interests
for so long. Undoubtedly the plain that people won’t buy their of the people. Principles known to be
pressure has been beyond any high-priced potatoes. Why don’t of Round practical use are discarded
because of party policies. The great
thing that we can conceive.
they advertise them on the social forces for good are not able to
If war is declared and universal “Dollar down, a year to pay” j overcome this evil thing of party poli
service thrust upen us, what plan.—Gresham Outlook.
cies, and few understand the reason
why. The fact that society is divided
then? We cannot tell.
Newspapers are most power into classes along economic lines gets
know that America has never
no hearing because of political affilia
lacked courage and never will; ful mediums for directing public tions. The fundamental cause of “greed
that she always rallies to the
for gaiu” deplored by the editor might
flag in times of great stress. A
not be accepted as the real cause of the
evil effects depicted. Surely we need
time of peril always unites us.
Save the Nickels; an all inclusive, comprehensible get-to-
Personally we can have no part
gvtlier organization for our social, eco
in it. We cannot fight, cannot
nomic and material advancement.—
bear arms against our fellow
C. W. Barzee.
men; we are prepared to follow
our Quaker ancestry into suffer-
lntr and death if need be, but all
Scott Herald.—The tire-
around us our friends and ac
men of Lenta district in common with
quaintances will go and we shall
the firemen of the entire city are asking
the voters at the June election to give
have our share of Europe’s proud
them a 12 hour day instead of 24 hours
sorrow. May God preserve us.
ax at present provided by law. An
-J. S. F.
initiative measure bearing 22,508 names,
Appreciate Your Home Town.
“A prophet is not without
honor save in his own country”
ifc one of the truisms of the good
book which has lived throughout
the centuries and is exemplified
today the same as lfM)O years
Few of us really appreciate our
home towns and cities. Few of
us appreciate the men and
women who labor unselfishly to
up-build their communities. We
criticise those of altruistic ten
dencies, always hinting and in
sinuating that their time and
money is given for personal ag
grandisement when; in reality
most of our public spirited
citizens lose money by devot
ing their time, talent and energy
for the betterment of our com
Then there is a class who are
always wanting to live in another
city, claiming that our city is
slow, non-progressive, our of-
Every time you go out of
town to shop you SPEND
NICKELS FOR CAR
You spend TIME AND
If yeu want to maha an esrhange
you SPEND MORE NICKELS.
MORE TIME AND ENERGY
TRADE WITH THE
Published by order of
wax tiled Tuesday, putting the question
clearly before the voters. The measure
provides for the shortening of the day
from 24 hours as at present, and allows
a man some chance to have home life as
other men have.
In the circulation of the petitions no
exjiense was incurred, the work of
soliciatation being done, largely, by
wives of tiremen, who feel that a rank
injustice is done them and their families
by the present law. Firemen have to
work 24 hours a day five days out of six,
with no Sundays off. The eight hour
day prevails throughout the city service,
even with policemen, and the usual
holidays and Sundays are given as a
matter of course, with Saturday after
noon off in the city hall force, mort of
The number of men employed in the
fire department is 884. The proposed
law will add 92, at a cost of about
190,000 per year, an item too small to
discuss.—Jas. Irving, Sec’y Two-Platoon
| Church Directory
Arteta Baptiat Church.
9:46 a. in. Bible School. 11 a. m. Preaching
service »:<X> p. in Keening services. 7:00
p. m B. Y. P. V, meeting.
» 00 Thursday
Prayer meeting. Everybody welcome lo any
an<l all ol these services. W. T. I. Spriggs,
Millard Avenue Presbyterian Church.
10 a. m. Sabbath School. 11 a. m
worship. 7:0« p. m. Y. P. S. C. K. 7 46 p. m.
Keening worship. 7:00 p. m. Wednewlay. mid
7:00 p. m. Thursday, choir
predice. Rev Win H. Amos. Pastor.
St. Peter’s Catholic Church.
Sundays: R:0Sa. m. Low Mass. 4:30 a. m.
High Maes. 340 am. Sunday School. 13 M.
Choir rehearsal. Week days: Maas al 0:00 a. m.
Seventh Day Adventist Church.
10 a. m. Saturday Sabbath School. 11 a. m.
Saturday preaching. 7:00 p. m. Wednesday.
Prayer meeting. 7:16 p. m. Sunday preaching.
Kern Park Christian Church.
Corner Hrth St .and 44 th Ave., S. K. 10a. m.
Bible School. 11 a. m. and 7:00 p. m. preaching
service. 6:30 p. m. Christian Kndeavor. 7:00
p. m. Thursday, mid week prayer meeting. A
cordial welcome to all. Rev. G. K Berry,
Pastor, logo K. Salmon.
St. Pauls Episcopal Church.
One block south of Woodmere station
Holy Communion the first Sunday of each
month at 0:00 a. m.
No other services that
Every other Bunday the regular services
will be as usual. Evening prayer and sermon
st 4XO p. m
Sunday School meets at 3:00
p. m. B. Boatwright, Supt., L. Maffet, Sec.
Kev. O W. Taylor, Rector.
Lents Evangelical Church.
Hermon by the pats tor. 11 a. m and 7:ltp.m.
Sunday School 9:45 a. m., Albert Fenkhauser,
Superintendent. Y. P A.. 6:46 p. m., Paul
Bradford. President. Prayer meeting Thurs
day 6:00 p. m.
A cordial welcome to all.
T. R. Hornschuch, Pas
Lents Friends Chufch.
0:46 a. m. Bible School, Clifford Barker,
11:00 a. m. Preaching ser
vice. 6:26 p. tn. Christian Kndeavor.
p. m. Preaching service.
»00 p. m. Thursday,
mid-week prayer meeting. A cordial welcome
to all these services. John and Nettle Riley,
Lents Baptist Church.
Lord's Day. Bible School, S:46 a. m. Morning
worship. 11 a. m.
Elmo Heights Sunday
School. 2:80 p. m.
B. Y. P. t'., 6:30 p. m.
Keening worship 7:SU p. m. A cordial wel
come io these services. J. M. Nelson, Pastor.
Fifth Church Of Christ.
Fifth Church of Christ. Scientist of Port
Myrtle Park Hall, Myrtle Park.
Services Sunday 11 a. m. Sunday School 9:3«
and 11 a. m. Wednesday evening testimonial
Lents M. E. Church.
Sunday Sceool 6:46 a. m
Bible Study Class, 5:30 p. m. Epworth
League 640 p. m. Preaching 7 40 p. m Prayer
meeting Thursday evening at 740. F. M.
Jasper, Pastor. Residence 5768 83 rd street.
fl. D. Kenworthy and Co. Inc.
PHONE TABOR 8267
PHONE TABOR BBSS
5802-4 92nd STREET S. E.
4615 66th St., Cor. FOSTER ROAD
First Class Service Given Day or Night.
Close Proximity to Cemeteries Enable» <Js
to Furnish Funerals at a Minimum Expense.
Laurelwood M. E Church
a. m Sunday School. 11XM a. m. preach
ing. 12:»o p. m. class meeting. 3:u0 p. tn.
Junior League. 6:30 p m. Epworth League.
740 p. m. preaching
8:00 p. m Thursday
evening, prayer service
Dr. C. R. Carlos,
Herman Reformed Church.
Corner Woodstock Are., and 87th Bl. Rev. |
W G. Llenkaeniper. pastor. Sunday School,
10 a. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Y. P. 8
at 740 p. tn. German School and Catechetical
Class Saturday at 3:00 a. m.
Free Methodist Church.
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Preaching 11 a. m.
and 740 p.m.
Prayer meeting, Wedneeday
7:30 p.m. All are cordially invited to attend
these services. Robert H. Clark, Pastor.
Phone, Tabor S314
Dr. A. Klaptocz
Physician and Surgeon
Office and Residence, 92d ST. and FOSTER RD.
(Over Lents Pharmacy)
Dr. C. S. Ogsbury
Phone. Tabor 3214
Dr. P. J. O’Donnell
Wd 8T. and FOSTER RD. (Over Lents
Dr. Wm. Rees
Office and Residence, 258 E 50th St.
Repair Work a Specialty
Miller & McGraw
(Successor, to M. N. SADLER)
An at your service. Tabor 5542
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