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mt. Scott herald
Just This Minute
It we’re thoughtful, just thia minute.
In whate'er we say and do;
If we put a purpose in it
Published Every Friday at Lenta Sta
That ia honest through and through,
tion, Portland. Oregon
We shall gladden life and give it
Grace to make it all swbllme:
LAWRENCE DINNF.EN, Editor
For though life it long, w* live it
Just a minute a* a time.
Entered as second-class mail mat
ter February 14, 1914, at the post-
•ffice at Lent*. Or, under act of con Just this minute, we are going
gress, March 3, 187».
Toward the right or toward the
Subscription Price - -$1.50 a year
Just this minute we are •owing
Seeds of sorrow or if •onr;
6812 Ninety-second 8treet
Just this minut -re are thinking
On the ways that lead to God,
MASONS AND THE KU KLUX
Or in the idle dream* are sinking
To the level of the clod.
The Ku Klux Klan having made
Interesting Man Tenting Here
J. B. Huntington ia tenting on the
property of Miss Tilley, 9003 Fiftieth
avenue. Mr. Huntington ia the man
after whom the town of Huntington,
Or, waa named, but he ia now living
in Portland. He is an uncle of the
Huntington boys of The Dalles, Walter,
"Shy” and Hollis.
attended the Huntingdon clan reunion
in Laurelburst park last Thursday.
I»ng-Dtatance Crewing Record
The geese whose cackling saved
Rome, will please more over and
make room in th* soological hall of
fame for a rooster which has estab
lished a claim to historical recogni
tion by sharing a prognun with the
president of the United States—and
breaking the long-distance crowing
reord. into the bargain. Shortly be
fore the exercise» ia commemoration
of the anniversary of the birth of
Ulysae* S. Grant were begun at Point
Pleasant, O, on April 27, the chan
ticleer in question, no doubt unable to
master the feeling of local pride
which the other four score inhabitant*
of the little village were more suc
cessful in concealing, mounted to the
rostrum and crowed lustily. Th*
feathered orator'* tribute to his hon
ored fellow townsman was heard
distinctly in Cincinnati, 30 mile* I
away. It happened that the bird had
selected for his unsolicited addition
to the program a point directly in
front of the transmitter connected
by telephone wires with the Bell loud
speaking apparatus which enabled a
crowd of 20,000 people gathered in
Lytle park to hear the entire pro
gram at Point Pleasant.
ing lOx- per line first insertion.
Minimum charge, 25c.
words to the line. Strictly cash.
CALL R. HEYTING, phon* «25 67.
for sand and gravel delivered at a
LOST—Bone glasses, un Foster Road,
92d St., Saturday evening. Cali
Hercules Guaranteed Hosiery
guards for child labor, dislike the
federal invasion of state rights.
An optience in a large movie the
ater is one of the best barometers of
public opinion. You cannot tell what
a man is thinking when he reads
his paper, but you can sense what a
crowd is thinking in a theater. Apart
from the positive indications of ap
proval and disapproval, expressed by
applause or by indications of dissent,
there are little ripples of mirth or of
indignation which sweep over the
people as lightly, yet as definitely, as
wind stirs placid water. The other
evening I waa interested in seeing
on the news reel a story of two broth
er* who are railing large families.
Each had 11 children, all shown in the
picture, and each child looked a much
better physical specimen than the
perverts who are preaching limitation
in the name of "efficiency."
notable thing about the showing of
this picture was the applause with
which the audience rewarded the two
brother* who between them have
raised 22 young Americans.
The teacher said to her pupils:
“Wouldn't this be a great world if
people would all love one another
and treat each other with kindness?"
One small boy looked doubtful.
“Wouldn’t you like to see every
body treat everybody else with kind
ness?” the teacher inquired.
After a moment’s reflection the boy-
“Then there wouldn’t be any more I
Mutt and Jeff pictures.”—Youngs-
Re*. 6709 59th Ave.
Phone 532 84
107 W. Park St.
Men, Women, you can sell Stetson
maker to wearer. Must wear or re
placed free. Experience unnecessary.
Pay daily. Traveler* lloiuary Cp, 400,1
Sherwood, Spokane, Wash.
Engine in A-l condition
All aeee*sorie* on car
Owner cannot drive
6eo W. Crockwell, M. I
70«, 720 Dekum Bldg.
Stomach trouble. Chronic disease
iin<i Female complaints.
No matter what your trouble ia
I can help you: I have cured
hundreds! Why not you?
Consultation and examination*
Free. "Pay as you can."
No knife. No operation*. No in
curable case taken.
Free treatments thia week.
ALL-WOOL JERSEY DRESS,
< 1 OR SKIRTS. Black Wool Poplin. Navy Silk
▼ • •5^0 Poplin, Black and White Hopsack.
mq skirts .
Grey and White.
eq 7Q skirts ,
Q J. I J Navy Serge.
One-half Price and Less
Dividend No. 2
Another Red Letter Day
128 Third st, het. Washington ■
and Alder st*.
a Just Ita block* from "M-S" car.
f E AH SATIN MESSALINK DRESSES,
r'JA/U Henna, Prune Navy, Sapphire and
Black, aizes 58 and 40, and one BiackVelvet DreM
T A » m V
EA NAVY AND BLACK SERGES* taupe
T • «wV gabardine dreiweti, sizes 36 to 40.
COATS, Navy Serge. Navy and Black Wool Poplin
9811 Foster Road
■ UCCCbtORB TO KATMV MOI. BTORC
“THE STORE THAT GIVES YOU MORE“
40 NAVY GEORGETTE DRESS, beaded,
Roomy Detroit Roadster
Wise Bros. Dept. Store
July 1, 1922, was another Rod letter
day for the owner* of our 7 per cent
Trior Preference Stock.
Meals and Lunches
Checks for thousands of dollar* were
mailed out by us to our Thrifty Cus
tomer* and Patrons in payment of the
Serood Regular Quarterly Dividend
on their holding* in thia sound and at
Consult our Investment Department
at once and get on our Mailing Liat
NEXT DIVIDEND ON OCTOBER I.
Leave Your Film»
This Stock Yields 7.3 Per Cent
It's all Right or Your Money Bark
> MtltM THF STATT '
Portland Railway, Light
and Power Company
ROOM 695 ELECTRIC BLDG.,
For good shoe repairing go to
George W. Moore’s
at 8218 Woodstock avenue and
street, Gray’s Crossing.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Good
timber on 20 acre* of land, four
mil«« from Newberg, Will give
long lease of land, or exchange for
t automobile. Price $500. G. Salmon, j
I 9126 Woodstock ave,, Lent*. 24-tf j
FOR SALE—Dr«** suit, white vest,
glow*, shirt, some dree, collar*.
Apply The Herald.
Claim* that it enjoy* th* sympathy Yesterday is gone, tomorrow
FOR SALE—Remington No. 8 type
Never come* within our grasp;
and support of the Masonic ftater-
writer. splendid condition, $30. 9811
nitj, the New York World undertook Just th» minute’s joy or sorrow.
Foster Road. Auto. 618-36.
That is all our hands may clasp.
to get an expression of opinion from
Just this minute! let us take it
FOR SALE—Four lota, 50 by 145
th* v*riou* Masonic jurisdiction» of
A* a pearl of precious price.
feet, on ifttth street; $250 each;
the country. Replies were received And with high endeavoring make it
eight minute* walk from car. Phone
from twenty-five of th* forty-eight
Fit to shine in paradise.—Selected.
grand mmters of the United States
and, with the exception of the grand
AULETA LIBRARY NOTES
WANTED—Two families to pick rasp-
master of Alabama, those replying
barries and to camp on place, using
joined, according to the M orid. in
following book* recently have I
to live in. Mr*. Joe Buck-
pronouncing the Klan “a lawless con-
ley, Rt. 4, G rewham.
■piracy in violation of every prin been received at Arleta:
ciple of Masonry and of American-
FOR RENT OR SALE—Large bam,
(Burnett) “Mr. Prohack,” the tribu
four lots, 67th s( and 57th ave.
But what is the idea of denouncing
Call Marshal 297, or Herald office.
the Klan as an un-American con
Butterick Pub. Co., New Dress
spiracy and then turning in and help
FOUND—A pin with short chain and
ing the Klan do its nefarious work, maker.
(Hopkins) “She Blows- and Sperm
bearing initial* G. C. E. Owner!
as the Masons are doing here in Ore
may have same by applying at this
gon" W’e see the name of the Ore at That!" Tell* of experiences on
gon Masonic grand master among board a whaler in the TO»
office and paying for this ad. 26-tf
(Hough) Covered wagon romance
those declaring themselves. in the
of the early settlers of the Oregon
FOR GOOD WOOD phone Auto.
World, etiemie* of the Klan.
parently the rank and file of Ore
612-19. Fine 16-in. rick wood, first-
IRISH WAR CONTINUES
(Jordan) “Blue Circle.” an absorb-
growth cordwood; secend-growth
gon Masonry pays little attention to
ing mystery story.
cordwood. 1- L. Campbell. 26-tf
the fulminations of the grand master.
Past Week One of Constant Fighting
(Kaempffert) “A, B, C of Radio.“
The principal plank in the Klan plat
Fighting between the Irish Free
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—10
form in Oregon is the destruction of
(Menken) “Bungalowcraft,'* stucco. State troops and republican forces
acres. 4-rootn house, sonic good
private elementary schools; that is
colonial and Swiss chalet bungalows has been continuous since Wedneaday
lumber; trout stream; two mile*
also an outstanding object of the
of last week when the conflict started
from good town; one-fourth mile
Masonic organixation in this state.
at the Four Courts in Dublin. Ac
The class was all attention.
to sawmill: plenty of work. Price
cording to reports more than 60 per
“New, Johnny Smith, what is
$1500. Will exchange for cheap
A NEW AMENDMENT
sons have been killed and 200 wounded.
quadruped?" asked the teacher.
house. G. Salmon. 9126 Woodstock
"A quardruped is anything with four On Tuesday the Free State govern
The National Child Labor eom-
ment issued the following bulletin:
mittee ha* decided to ask for a con-
“Yes. Now give me an example.”
stitutiona! amendment for the protec
ters are held by national forces, in
Phone Automatic 6’13-56
tion of child labor; the recent decision
“Now, can you tell me of any feath ■ cluding Athlone, Mullingar. Longford
MANZ A MIRWALD
of the supreme court voiding the child
and Trim. In Tipperary the irregulars
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Tailors
labor tax law has made it clear, ac
have been driven from their barracks
“Yes. sir. A-er feather bed.'
Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing
cording to the committee, that eon-
and from other positions at N’enagh.
Suita Made to Order.
gressional legislation cannot me«t the
In Roscrea the irregulars were forced
The little boy in this story from
5801 92d SL. Lent. St a, Portland
situation under the constitution as
"Touche a Tout' was evidently a
with arms and ammunition, being cap i ——————____________ ——
According to Senator Borah, con firm believer in the old adage. “Of tured.
"Save the Surface and You Save All"
gress knew that its child labor tax
“In south Tipperary the irregulars |
law was unconstitutional, but did not ing a corner at full speed he collided have evacuated the Kilsbellan and
For your spring painting, tinting,
care to resist the pressure of public with the minister.
Clogheen barracks. Mid-Tipperary is paper bqpgiyg, etc., call Auto. 638-16.
“Where are you running to, my
opinion and so passed on to the su
controlled by the national army.'
STEFFY A JOHNSON
preme court the odium of nullifying little man?” asked the minister, when
Congress, he charges,
Children Give to Louvain Library
"Home!" panted the boy. “Ma's
ha* * habit of hiding behind the su
The school children of France con
preme court's power.
“Year after going to spank me."
“What-" gasped the astonished min tributed largely to the 250,000-franc '
year congress is lashed into passing
law which are manifestly unconstitu ister. “Are you eager to have your fund recently given the library of
mother spank you that you run home , Louvain. The Belgian schools hare
tional.” he says.
' contributed 260.000 francs. It is ex
laced on Ironing Board Covet*.
States which now refuse to adopt so fast?"
pected that the French and Belgian - 6116 92d St. S. E.. Portland, Or. I
decent standards for child labor
within their borders will naturally shoulder, as he resumed his home gifts will equal 1,000.000 francs, the
oppose the proposed amendment. Their ward flight, “but if I don't get there sum raised by American universities ta
opposition will be seconded by those before pa. he’ll do it!”—Pittsburgh for Louvain.
who. while in favor of proper safe Christian Advocate.
writer. Call «22-28.
A mistaken notion has long existed
In the minds of many people J and doe*
Bus. Phone Aut. 633-30.
A bachelor who is forever “putting still In some) to the effect that th*
Re*. Aut. 636-01.
his foot in it” recently visited the merchant who advertise* must charge
proud parents of a new baby boy. - more for hla goods or sell an Inferior
The mother held up the bundle for; quality. It is claimed that he most
get a larger profit In order to pay foe
inspection, and asked gaily:
“Tell ua now, frankly, which of us bls advertising.
Contrary to this falae belief, the ad
do you think he is like?”
vertiser Is sble to sell cheaper than
6538 Foster Road
After a careful examination of the
the man who does not advertise. And
baby the bachelor replied:
the reason for that fact la quit* simple.
“Well, of course, it is not very in
The advertiser sells many more
telligent looking yet, but he’s won times the amount of goods that th*
derfully like both of you!"
other sella. That la an undeniable
fact, Accordingly he get* hack hi*
‘•'■T is a consoling thought
41 to know that your dear
"You nearly ran over those pe*,- invested money *o much sooner and Is
ple,” said the traffic cop. stopping enabled to reinvest It again and again,
one was laid away by a
while the other turns hl* money over
Th« Chinese prefer a paper of much the motorist.
firm that does not con
“Sorry, officer! You see I just got j only once or twice In the same time.
softer quality for their correspond-
sider the service mere
Thus the advertiser can afford to
ence than that made for the use of this ear an—”
ly as a business trans
do business on a smaller margin of
“What’s you name?"
Americans. This is because the Chi-
profit and make morf than his now
riesc write entirely with brushes an<j
advertising competitor. ’
"Ah- a Little learning ia a danger
ink. Wrapping paper of a soft, thin
Every business man knows that
variety, light crest in color, ia usual ous thing." chuckled the cultured cop, quick turnover* are the way to sue
ly found in the better stationers and he waa so tickled with his joke rvuiul bn-kiesa. And g<w>d advert!»
ing bring* the quick turnovers.
■hope, while the native shops sell a that he let the transgressor go free.
Day and Night Service
cheap brown paper.
A ». Mswertfc»
An enterprising tradesman sent a
$802-4 92sd SL
Flashing across the skies of Vir doctor a box of cigar* which had not
ginia, a meteor struck tai a grove of been ordered, with a bill for $6. The
cak trees in the south central portion accompanying letter stated that “I
of the state, making a depression in have ventured to send these on my
the earth which measured more than own initiative, being convinced that
600 square feet in area. The meteor you will appreciate their exquisite
waa composed of a metallic substance flavor."
Tn due course, the doctor replied:
and several tree* were burned beneath
the falling body. Home* in near-by
town* were rocked by th* concussion. sultation. but I venture to send you
three prescriptions, being convinced
years he was
At the time of the civil war only that you will derive therefrom a*
h per cent of the population of the much benefit as I »hall derive from
United State* lived in citie*, while your cigars. As my charge for a
today more than one-half are city prescription '» 92, this makes us
JUST A TRIFLE
A. D KtNWORTHY & CO
The Mt. Scott Herald
CHESTER’S Barber Shop
is again in
Just 3 cents a week for a good weekly visitor,
that tells you what your neighbor is doing; tells
you a good story; tells you how to make new
table delicacies and old ones too; tells you the live
news of the community, besides a large list of
the bargains offered in your neighborhood.
The sum of $1.50 brings this visitor to your
home for 52 weeks, regularly every Friday. If,
at the end of a ypar you think you haven’t re
ceived your money’s worth, it will be returned to
you as quickly as we can write and sign a check.
opened a shop
He will give the same careful attention to his
work as he did in the
ond and Foster
Children’s Haircutting Specialty
S Mt. Scott Herald