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mt. Scott Jerald
Here is another ’feeler’’ for your
IMbllahod Kvary Friday at tanta
A story has bt-en sent out from
Station. I*ortlaad. Oregon.
Washington to the effect that an alli
Gao. A. McArthur................ Proprietor ance has been suggested between the
United States, England and Japan.
Apparently the administration would
like to know what the American peo
ple think of such a proposition.
No doubt such an alliance could
readily be formed If our government
|1 SO • y»*r would indicate its wiilingneae to be
come a signatory.
But much would depend upon the
condi lions iniposexi.
Itti Ninety-aseond atraes
As matters stand now we are Con
stantly facing the possibility of war
I with Julian. If there is no chanre in
I international relations we must inev-
AS THE EDITOR SEES IT
tably light them at some future time.
While at peace the wise man devis. The whole world ie practically a unit
os ways and means of perpetuating in this l>elicf.
An alliance between the three coun
tries, based upon terms acceptable to
Early in November the wise ones each, would undoubtedly prevent such
| of many nations of the «tarth will ga- a war. Furthermore, such an alliance
i ther together in Washington. They would serve to prevent any other
! w ill talk peace in an effort to prevent country attacking either England.
I further wars.
Disarmament will be Japan or us.
But would terms acceptable to us
their principal theme.
prove equally eo to Japan?
Japan, it is stateci,
_ _ will send two ioubtful. Our interests are too wide
^hundred of her abl«*at statesmen and, ly divergent. And yet all things are
: international experts
Apparently possible when nations make a sincere
Japan does not propose to allow any effort to live in peace and harmony.
Before expressing a decided opinion
thing to be “put over” on her. if ■
numbers and brains can prevent. TheI for or against such a proposition we
Japanese delegates will be suave and would want to know more of the de
polished while in Washington, but j tails. The fellow who leaps in the
they will be in deadly earnest. Not dark never knows where he will light.
You. as a citizen of this communi
a word or a gesture will escape them.
It is with the demands of Japan that ty, are as vitally interested in this
we of America are most vitally con suggestion as any other person in
the United Stat, .
What do you think?
England. France. Italy. Belgium.
SEND THEM BACK
China and other countries will send
New and Used
Talk with Us, if You think
We can Save You Money
and Give You Service Right
In the Center ot Lents—Phone 633-68
Enjoy Your Vacation
for Fxpert Repairing and Over
hauling, Brake Relining, Welding and brazing,
Battery Sendee. We carry a full line of
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High Grade Auto Supplies at Correct Prices
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50th St and Powell Valley Rd
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All our tires are strict
WHAT IX) YOU THINK?
their shrewdest and craftiest of men
to safeguard their own particular in
terests at the meet.
will be full of cards ready to be
played at the psycholological mom
In one of our large cities a ____
’ has broken out in the foreign quarter
and is raging with relentless Airy.
Already eight murders have been
committed and the police have been
unable to obtain even a single clue to
It is with maa of this stamp and the perpetrators.
calibre that the secretary of state and simply shrug their shoulders and re
his delegate-aids wilt be called upon fuse to answer.
This leads a polie« captain to rec
to cope, and it is no reflexion upon
their mentality to «vate that their ommend the enactment of a law which
strategy will be taxed to the limit. would enable the deportation of any
Me are assuming, of course, that Sec foreigner who so refuses to divulge
retary Hughes will head the Ameri such information as may be in his
It would be a good law, and it
Undoubtedly, as has been our cus would be even better if it »-ere rigid
tom in the past, the American cards ly enforced.
will be laid upon the table, faces up-i Our loose immigration laws allow
ward. But they will hardly be joined these assassins to come into our
by the cards of other nations. That midst and disgrace the better class
is hardly to be expected of men who of residents from their country.
The man who withholds knowledge
have tx-en train«d in an atmosphere
of secret diplomacy.
The American of a murder is guilty himself in the
delegates will skirmish in the open eyes of the law. He should be pun
against adversaries who are con ished and then deported.
We have not invited such people to
cealed in a fog of doubt and uncer
come to us, and we will not weep if
they leave us
If they will not leave of their own
Then there is another influence—a
sinister one—which will harass the accord, they should be helped along
American delegates, and may even by the governmental foot
attempt to fog the Issue among the
The world is getting
...__ , every
foreigners. .Munitions manufacturers
Most of the foolishness ‘ is i now
and others who profit from warfare
off at night.
do not want perpetual peace. Inter
national financiers of Wall street are
of this class. If the conference puts
By Walter Evans Kidd
an end to warfare it also puts an end
to billions upon billions of fat profits
that would otherwise flow into the (
swollen pockets of these fellows , When Sorrow entered thru my door.
Twas then I knew the starless
They will do their utmost to prevent
a lasting peace.
Thru which all troubled souls must go
To gain the dawn’s celestial light.
But they are not the only ones who
will “butt inn.” The woods are full
of senators and congressmen and no-
tonety-seeking politicians who will be The voiceless cliff and meadow-sod
The mountain-stream and bound
button-holing delegates by the whole
sale. Some will be lobbyists for the
For toiling man shall always be
“interests.” while others will see in
it a means of creeping into print. The The winding roads to health and God.
whole gang will be there with bells
A LINE OF COMMENT
When a rum runner gets caught he
is something of a bum runner
It keeps stone parents busy gather
ing up Ute beans their children spill.
If others knew us as we know our
selves possibly they wuuldn‘t know
Never apeak harshly
who ia abe«>nt.
of the one
one may tell
Perk up. fellows! Dr».sea are to
be lowered again this sansón from
The fellow who hits the pace today
may be looking for what he missed
The best fabric tire
made for heavy service
or rough roads —
Man pays for his sins here below,
but the devil doesn't give him any
credit on account.
Never abuse a man from whom
you borrow money.
He may still
hav« * little loft.
Vary few people “die with their
boots on" in thia generation. Moat of
them wear shoes.
Extra Ply — Heavy Tread
Some ptrople And no difficulty in
getting rid of an unwelcome gueat.
They begin to sing.
There are lots of good people still
left in thia world—but they are ac
cuatomed to being left.
The wise man knows a foolish thine
when he hears it, but he doesn’t al
ways recognise it when he says it.
The honesty r of some people ia de-
pendent whollj !>• upon what they can
get away with
Reduction on all styles and sites
If a fellow punch«« you on the jaw
you are perfectly justified in pasting
nim one before turning the other
A New I a > w Price on a
Known and Honest Product
King George is hard up for cash,
and the British public will cough
again. We'd admit it, too, if it were
not for the fact that our wife would
be in at the coughing.
We can not understand why so f
many parents object to their children
bobbing their hair. It effects quite
a saving in soap.
Once we heard of a married couple
whose married life was a dream of
bliss to the end. They died on their
Do as you would be done by and
you won’t “do" anybody else.
Lents Hardware Co
P. LARSEN, Real Estate, Insurance
6638 Foster Road
Business Aut 633-30
If some people wen- required to
think before they spoke they would
never say anything.
Residence Main 3359
SQUARE DEAL CANDY STORE
Warning has been sent out that a
nihilist drive is on in the United
States, If so we hope they keep
driving until they hit the ocean and
forget to stop.
Half the world ia hungry ami the
other half ia acquiring indigestion.
For Sale by
When a bachelor hears an unmar
ried woman say she is wedded to her
work he immediately suspects her of
having designs upon his meal ticket.
If the newspapers keep on grinding
out “heroes” at their present rat.- M
speed it will soon be a distinguished
honor to be referred to as deficient in
CANDIES MADE DAILY
SALTED PEANUTS, 10c ft
Some critics might aptly be des
Again, this is a “dry” countn- and
6114 Ninety-second Street
cribed as people who talk about one
presumably our friends from abroad church. South, Portland. August 31.
will bring their “liquid refreshments”
The government could tember 13 to 16.
Clackamas County Fair. Canby,
Possibly the doctors never take
hardly object to this without being
another | September 14 to 18.
their own medicine because there ia
Northwest Hay and Grain Show, no one to pay the bill.
temptation in the way of our Ameri
can delegates—such a temptation. A
One Way from Portland to Lents
parched throat gets mighty dry, and
September 22, 23 and 24. Pendleton
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT
its owner will often do very queer ; Roundup; fast relay strings, lively
We Can Move You Out of the Muddy Street
things for “just a little nip.” When ! young steers, bucking “bronks" whoae In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for the County of Mult
a fellow is “properly mellowed” he is deviltries will try the mettle of the
U22 Foster Road
nomah, Probate Department.
easy to handle, and the "mellowing” cowboy.
Multnomah County Fair. Gresham.
process will undoubtedly be worked
Carolina Johnson, deceased.
to a finish by the astute gentlemen September 19 to 25.
Notice is hereby given that the
from over the sea«.
Columbia County Fair. St. Helens, undersigned executor of the last will
September 21 to 23.
and testament of Carolina Johnson,
Truly, the American footsteps will
Oregon State Fair, Salem, Sept. deceased, has Aled his Anal account as
be beset with both thorns and roses, 26 to October 1.
such, in the above entitled court, and
and it will require the wisdom of the
Linn County Fair, Albany. October that Monday, Sept. 19, 1921, at. the
hour of 9:30 o’clock a.m., and the
Wasco County Fair, The Dalles. court room of said court has been
October 4 to 7.
fixed by the court as the time anti
Oregon Methodist conference. For
In the meantime we will read the
place for hearing objections to said
reams of stuff that will be heralded est Grove. October 5.
polk County Fair, Dallas, October account and the discharge of said
broadcast _ 5^®.
‘shington corves- 6 to 8.
pondents and believe a fourth of what
Date of first publication, Aug. 10.
Royal Arcanum, grand council
we see. F
- - may be too much.
Portland. October 18.
We retail fresh, salt and smoked meats
Date of last publication, Sept. 16,
Knights Templar, grand command
TOO LONG SIGHTED
at very close prices. FRESH FISH.
pry, La Grande, October 13.
SVEN P. JOHNSON.
National Grange meeting, Port
Gebhardt, Scudder 4 Hendrickson,
There is a great tendency on the land, November 8-18.
part of the American people to make
Building, Portland, Oregon, Attorneys
a close study of conditions in other exposition, Portland, November 25.
parta of the world.
This in itself 26.
would be wise and praiseworthy,
Good Place to Trade.
were it not for the fact that in so
doing we consume much time that /•
should be devoted to the scrutiny of
affairs nearer home.
The haphazard manner in which
many of our public affairs are con
ducted is evidence of this fact.
If the public at large would make
a sincere and determined effort to
widen its scope of knowledge upon
national state and local requirements
we would be able to send representa
Some people may cubs us on general principles, because
tives to Washington who would work
in harmony with our desires, and not
they know nothing about us - because it is a habit with some
at random as is now too often the
peop e to “cuss the plumber."
In this way we. would have a con
Others are our friends because they have dealt with us and
gress more representative of the true
know the quality of our work.
sentiments of the people, a congress
more devoted to the welfare of all of
WE STRIVE TO-Answer your call promptly.
the people as a whole and len eo to
certain interests that work while we
Ixing sight ia a desirable possess
ion, but only when it does not ob- I
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•cure the vision at closer range.
MOVING ROSE CITY VAN
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L. L. CAMPBELL, Prop
Myers Garage and Machine Shop
Foster Road and Darrin Avenue
Have You? Are You? Do You?
Have you tried our high-grade meats?
Are you getting best results for your money?
Do you want something better for your money?
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Having • New Edison In yoer home makes
you “feel” the greet difference bet wear the
New Edison and other phonographs —and will
give von ideas for phrase, which may win one
at Mr Edison's tS cash prises.
MT. SCOTT DRUG CO
92n<l near Carline,
Don't Cuss the Plumber
HE PUTS SANITATION IN YOUR HOME
B. F. MILLER