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mt. Scott herald
Published Evary Friday at Lenta
Station, Portland, Oregon.
J. S. UPDIKE - - - - Proprietor
C. W. SMITH - - - - Manager
Entered as second-class mail mat
ter February 14. 1414. at the post
office at Lents, Oregon, under act of
Congress, March 3. 1474.
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11.00 a year
Phones: Tabor 7424.
THE POLITICAL OUTLOOK
eliminating the unions as a party
but using it as a principle factor
in attaining indastrial reforms
with a platform drawn up on
similar lines as in England, well
united and thoroughly familiar
ized with its principles and re
forms desired, pounded into
action and a head to it to manage
the campaign along sane and
^afe lines and with none but the
ablest ad strongest men selected
to fit each particular office to
which he is required to stand
for. then and then only would the
labor party get an even chance
in electing their candidates.
business to run this rumor down to be sure, we want to go to
and see if the surprise is a fact heaven, but we want to go in
or simply one of those pat-hands. a cushioned automobile, wrapped
in our fura and glide along the
In county politics there is an paved highway with Christ at
undercurrent of unrest and very the wheel,
We want him to
“Premature” seems think for us and work out our
to be the slogan of the candi plan of salvation, and then
dates use when being approach
ed, otherwise the ‘"click-et-aK'
Jesus must keep his eye on the
at the Court House are brushing
highway , his hand on the wheel,
their fine feathers to light into
his feet on the brakes, while we
the fray when the opportune
enjoy the pleasures along the
He is the only one thnt
will be bedecked in various hues
must make any sacrifice; we
of isms, issues, promises, reforms
mustn't give up anything—not
he has done in his office, how
even our hellishncss.
much money he has saved the
suffer, bleed ami die; while all
taxpayer and many other inci
we thing about is to eat, drink
dentals. and for what he stands
and be merry. Wr want to be
and for what he don't stand. So
saved, to be sure, but we don’t
if the reader can beguile himself
want to take God's way for it.”
with patience until after the hoi
Mrs. Meta Snider, 4418 79th
idays, he will then begin to see
the brightness of the stellar street S. E., spent part of
stars some bright morning danc Thanksgiving afternoon in call
ing in the ether of the political ing on shut-ins, leaving with
firmanent, twinkling and beck them cheerful posies.
oning as much as to say, "look
at me—what do you think of
who will be 84 her next birth
It may be premature on mv
Whenever the “goat” appears
part to prophesy on the result
for slaughter to start the ball
of the campaign next year ac
a rolling for the governorship
cording to the indications as pre
of this state, we will know more
sented to us at the present time,
about what to say as to the final
either in national, state or local
outcome. Prophesying on what
But from our view
the proceedure will be when it
point in glancing over the politi
gets to the supreme court is a
cal horizon ami analizing the ex
question that is undefinable just
isting conditions confronting the
Predictions and indica
country both pro and con from
tions are merely words which
an unbiased standpoint, I have
can only be construed as mean
come to the conclusion that in
ingless and void.
national affair* the next admin
this most intricate question that
Fourth United Brethren
The Misses Maude and Dor
baffles all the wise politicians
The senate and house of congress
Rev. F.. O. Shepherd, of the othy Snider were guests of the
there must be a way of settling
will be dominated by the repub
Fourth United Brethren church, Misses Abeline and Essie Buys,
this dilemna. Why not some en
licans. There will be a sprink
closed a series of meetings at the 4402 80th street S. E., at a
terprising citizen or for that mat
Third United Brethren church Thanksgiving dinner.
ter some aspirant or gubernator
league and one or two socialists
ial honors make a proposition to last Sunday evening. One of his
George Snider, of 4418 79th
elected to congress. The demo
sermons which he had preached
the woman sufferage party and
S. E., is confined to his
crats will be in the minority In
before by special request was
I offer them, say five or ten thou
an attack of rheuma
much greater number than in
given by him on the first Satur
sand dollars and have them call
fever combined with
¿•ears. The reason of this is the
It dealt with a
a special session of the legisla
unsuccessful culmination of the
timely topic, “Standards.” Mr.
ture to decide the matter—tn
present administrations policies
Shepherd said, in part:
their case—and at the same time
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
in most of its undertakings. It
“We have standards in wages,
In the Circuit Court of the State
has met many reverses in trying have the legislature pass on the in weight, in dry measure, in
of Oregon, for the County of Mult
governorship. The state would
to pacify the people and failing
liquid measure—all commodities nomah, Department of Probate.
not be out anything, the legisla
In the matter of the Estate of II.
to bring about reforms which are
standards of M. Wing, deceased.
ture would be paid their salaries are
most important and at this time
Notice is hereby given that the
weight and measure. Society ami
when discontent is gnawing at and the governor would also be
undersigned has been duly appointed
relieved of the anxiety and the
administrator of the estate of H. M.
the vitals of the nation
w <men could go ahead and nom- vidual standards of the mind; we Wing, deceased, by the Circuit Court
Owing to the dificulty of the (• I
of the State of Oregon, for the Coun
inate candidates for offices, have our individual standards of ty of Multnomah, Department of
master General in his attitude
The much talked of combina- religion and we worship accord Probate, and has qualified. All per
towards the public and manv
sons having claims against the said
tion between Mr. Standfield and ing to our own likes, without estate are hereby notified and re
other instances of like character
Mr. Simpson to control the des considering the great fact thnt quired to present the same, duly
too numerous to mention at this
verified and with proper vouchers, to
tinies of the state is one of those there is only one standard for the said administrator at his place
writing has been and will be the
that of business, 8929 Foster Road. Lents
rebuke at the polls manifested periodical “scare-heads” that us standard is the holy bible.
Statiom Portland, Multnomah County,
ually appears as "dope” by the
Oregon, within six months from the
and affirmed by large majorities
date of the first publication hereof,
opposition press for the purpose
for the opposing candidates
Date of first publication, Decem-
of disrupting the morale of the
ber 5, 1919.
againse the present democratic
Date of last publication, January
unsophisticated voter. Whether jority of us don’t want to work;
either one of the named gentle we don't want to think; wc
JAY F. WING,
Owing to the difficulty of the
j't want to worship
men will run for office again,
labor party recently come to
Oh, yes, H. P. Arnest, Attorney.
I don't believe they are so be requires any effort.
gether in Chicago, to bring about
fuddled as to think for a moment
an amalgamation with the Non-
that they could tie both ends of C
Partisan league and the Farmers
the state together in a knot that
Grange, there will arise in the
would choke the center into sub
Western states especially a prob
mission. Its too silly to give
are a favorite with the grown
lem hard to solve.
Providing these parties do not
ups as well as the kiddies.
consolidate, the republican party
They have the delicate flavor
Should Mr. Standfield again
will elect their candidates in
crispness that appeals to
every congressional district in I make his announcement to throw
the taste of all who like sweets.
the western country this side of his sombrero in the senatorial
You should try them.
the Mississippi river, but it will ring at the next primaries he will
not have the same effect in the
Quality and Cleinllntis are the twin mottoea
large industrial districts of the winning than he did the last
of this bakery at all thne*.
east, where I predict the large
centers, the manufacturing dis chance of beating Senator Cham
tricts, will elect a good percent berlain at the election because
age of their members to the house this is going to be a republican
Cor. 92d and Foster Road
J. ROSENAU, Proprietor
As to Mr. Simpson 1 opine that
The only way in which labor
he make up his mind to
can gain victory is by uniting the
governor, it would sim
class and . creating sentiment ply be a walk-away. During his
favorable to their cause, their last campaign he made many ■
platform and their principles.
This will mean the establishment
FRESH AND SMOKED
of a large string of papers cover out the state only knew him as
ing.the entire country and which
MEATS AND FISH
is absolutev necessary to combat
or refute statements and propa disgusted with himself that he
ganda issued by their opponents, would forget all about having
Butter and Egg»
the republicans and democrats. ran for office.
Clarence Freeman. 0140 (JWlli
drvet S. E.. was a guest at the
ranch home of Mr. and Mrs.
F. A. Carlson, near Forest Grove,
on Thanksgiving. Mr. Freeman
left for Forest Grove on Wed
nesdny evening and returned on
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DR. C. S. OOSBURY
Orth» i Tabor MM
DR. P. J. O’DONNELL
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Zehrung.
^100 48th avenue S. E., enter
tained as Thanksgiving guest t.
W. Ayer, Mrs. Zehrung'a broth
Others present included
Edgar, Theodore and
Zehrung. The good dinner was
had nt noon.
Cor. 92d and Foster Ravi.
•raciAi. ArrawrioN to h . atbb
moifl: Ta Hon (H2!
•Kt 14 83d Ht. ,8. E.
92o7 Foster Road
DR. KATHERINE S. MYERS
Offlce, Marshall 1376
Rrwidence, East H744
Hatxmu B oiummi
rasberrv, strawberry etc.
our MONEY SAVING SYSTEM
ORDER BY MAIL— get fresh
Send for planters list.
29 years in busineaz.
DR. A. O. ATWOOD
Mrs. Ed Doran. 7219 BSth
avenue S. F... who has been for
•■ i > i : ic
time iyul< rgoing hospital
treatment, is now ut her home
R«o. Tahir: 6994
H. P. ARNEST
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5780 84th Street S. E.
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Mt. Scott Bakery
We Help You Lower the Cost of Living
Eggiman’s Meat Market
Rumors are flying thick and
Labor is entitled to representa
tion in the halls of congress and fast among the "inner circles” of ■
Phone Tabor 2573
in the senate. It the wise ones that our mayor is
possible prize 'ringer for the
would be the means of checking
5919 Ninety-second Street
up any and ail autocratic indus job which our friend “Pat” Mc
trial measures detrimental not Arthur is holding down with all
only to the laboring class but pri- his might. Whether it is true or
marialv the general public much not that he is trying to give
to the discomfort in many in “Pat” a drubbing has not yet
stances of the interests at large. been officially announced. The,
It is not necessary for the labor A. F. L. may sanction and en-
party to be in the majority to get I dorse his candidacy and also
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. Winter goods are now
the best results, but by making other
in—beautiful, serviceable fabrics to choose from. Come in
combinations with the minority but the mayor will have to get
and select your Winter suit now while the lines are com
party it can usually gain conces •busy with squaring himself with
plete. Moderate prices, workmanship guaranteed.
sions which otherwise could not those country guys that were
be effected. We have had in the down at the legislature last year,
last legislature several instances and at least ask their forgiveness
of this kind. A labor party ¡In the meantime it will be our
Phone: labor 1141
5805 92nd St.
H. D. Kenworthy $ Company
Lents Mercantile Co
BRANCH Of DM:
5802-4 92 r 0 Srtul S. E.
4615 66th St., Cor. Foster Rd.
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