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About The advocate. (Portland, Or.) 19??-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 8, 1923)
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rhe House of
NE of the best-known of modern
O poets. 111 and drstltuts after a life
time of toll, announces cheerfully tbst
be Is emphatically not a neglected
True, he has no money, but It was
not money that be worked for. IBs
fame la perhaps not as great an bla
talent merited, but he did not work
for fame, lie worked for the joy of
working, and that was enough.
Hi looks back upon Ufa feeling that
It brought him all that he could ask.
Geniua Is not neglected any more
than dlamonda are neglected, and for
the aume reason. This man, had be
choaen, could now be comfortably sup
plied with money.
We believe tbst lie should have
been. Every man owes It to himself
to gain Independence, aud muuey
means Independence. Our poet's celeb
rity could have been coined Into
By F. A. WALKER
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Alao a Full Line of Staple Groceriea
295 16th Street, North
Broadway Dye and
*70 to *7* Union Ave. North
WEST SIDE OFFICE
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"By keeping your wardrobe spick and span you'll save much
in this year's clothing expense.
Have winter garments
cleaned before storing."
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TF TOU wlah In your particular
A sphere of endeavor to reach a des
tination of more than ordinary Impor
tant. press untiringly forward In all
kinds of weather.
Let neither beat nor cold deter or
swerve you from your purpose when
once you have decided your course.
Pay no attention to the sueers of the
Keep your mind firmly
fixed on your resolve and march reso
There will be times when you will
be exhausted, footsore snd dlscour-
sged; when opposing winds beat furi
ously and you aeern to lack aulfldent
strength to make another step for
ward. When these depressing periods
overtake you, alt down and
Ever remember tha* to get tbe
it Is necessary to give tbs best,
not offend those beneath you
gruff words. lft> uniformly courteous.
Break no promise.
ment. Be fair In business and keep
off tbe velvety grass-grown plot of
The perplexities thst vex your spirit
sre familiar to all humaulty In all
walks of life. No one by any manner
of means can escape them, but it Is
possible for snyone to overcome them.
Use your mind. Be a rational be
By patience, well-dolag and
faith, turn your threatened defeat
Into victory. Thousands of noble men
and women who have passed thia way
before you. thus obtained uiaatery
over themselves, scarred outwardly
with the wounds of battio, but uu-
Use your hands In righteous work;
your eyes to look up to the beautiful
arch overhead; your ears to hear
good; your tongue to praise God and
to cheer and encourage others Jess
fortunate than yourself.
Rather than condemn, bold your
Purge your heart of covetousness
Envy Is a useless waste of energy
which produces only mischief and
J. P. FINLEY & SON
Is Steam Cleaning or
French Dry Cleaning
Not merely sponging
and placing a hot iron
on and in this way
work the dirt into the
garment. In this way
much harm Is done In
stead ot making the
garment look like new.
Regal Cleaners, Tailors and Hatters
Take a cupful of cold boiled rice,
two teblespoonfuls each of honey and
shortening, one egg yolk and four
tablespoonfuls of cold water.
well, then add one cupful of paatry
flour, two teaspoonfule ot baking
powder, a little salt, one-half teaspoon
ful of almond extract and one-fourth
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Mall Orders Solicited
“The Root of All Evil.”
“De love of money,” said Uncle
Eben, “is de root of all evil. Jes' de
same, we keeps rootin’ harder foh
money dan we does foh football.”—
SCOUT MOTTO: “BE PREPARED- Washington Evening Star.
A Washington man who has been
twice married walked in his sleep and
fell out of a second-story window.
That’s one falling out he didu't have
with his wife.
A noy scout itarns how “to help
Long and Rapid Journey.
other people at all times” Training
Were it possible for an airplane to
In first-aid includes the various ways fly from the earth to the moon at the
of carrying Injured persons
rate of two hundred miles an hour,
SCOUT GETS TEST
misery. The combined envy of the
whole world cannot remove a grain of
sand or grow a blade of gress.
Be charitable, kindly and lndus-
trlous In whatever field you may be
sowing or reaping.
Nothing Is Impossible to the man
or woman who elects tc do these
things; and he and she will eventually ,
surmount every obstacle and march
triumphantly with flying colors to the .
<& nil. br McClure Nawapaper Syndtesta.)
of a cupful of currants. Dust the cur-
runts with a little flour. Beat well
and bake In greased muffln pans for
25 minutes. Serve hot with honey.
'XtXtAX "TVL t Y- trClC.
(£k 1>I> Western New»p»p«i Union.)
Wo care for and store your snlt while you are out of the city
Enjoyment In Employment.
The crowning fortune of a man is
Io be born to some pursuit which
finds him employment and happiness,
whether it be to make baskets, or
hroadswords. or canals, or statues, or
Limit to Personal Liberty.
following will be found acceptable to
most of the youngsters:
Mix two cupfuls of cooked, warm
wheat cereal with a tea.’p<-onful of
salt, one-fourth of a cupful of brown
sugar, one tablespoonful of shortening,
one-half of a yeast cake, mixed with
one-half cupful of milk scalded and
cooled to lukewarm; mix with the
cereul, add three cupfuls of whole
wheat flour and put another on the
molding board. Knead until smooth.
Put Into a greased bowl and set to
rise. When double Its bulk cut down
and let rise again. Then cut down
and add one cupful “nch of raisins,
dates and nuts broken Into blta Shape
In loaves, put Into two bread pass anj
let stand until light. Bake 4b minutes.
Let stand for 24 houra before cutting.
(© by Dodd« Mead A Company.)
Damage by Forest Fires.
Most forest streams are slightly
acid—a condition known to be well
adapted to trout—but forest fires often
cause a deposit of ash which gives
the streams an alkaline quality most
destructive to fish life.
Jud Tunkins says his idea of per
sonal liberty doesn't imply permission
to take all kinds of liberties with the
law.—Washington Evening Post.
would the world bo to UR
children w»ro no more»
dread the deeert behind ua
than the dark before.
Thera la beauty abundant for •vary
In every day of the year;
If you cannot see tL you’re bl.nd In
For beauty Is ever near;
Whatever your lot, you may freely
In the paintings cf earth and sky
They are wondrous In worth and
there's never a dearth
Of charm—for the seeing eye.
Doctor IL V. I’lerco, who«» picture
appears a I ova, wm not only a succuse-
ful physician but also a profound
student of tbo medicinal qualities of
Nature’s e-nxxllra, root« and herbs, ami
by close observation of the methods
used by the Indians, ho discovered their
groat remedial qualities, especially for
weaknesses of women, and after care
ful prop,ration succeeded In giving to
the world a remedy which has beast
used by worm n with the best results
for half a century. Dr. Pieroe's Favorite
> ption 1.« still iu great demand,
.do many other so called ’cure-alls ’
i and gone. The reason for
, .< phenomenal success Is because ot its
: i- .into purity, and Dr. Pierce’s high
strnding as an honored citizen of
Buffalo is a guarantee of all that Is
claimed for the Favorite Prescription
ae a regulator for the Uls peculiar
Send 10c. for trial pkg. to Dr. Pierce’s
Invalids Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y.
It was the beginning of a better
life; for the first step toward anything
better Is to realize that there is
something better. All progress starts
with the recognition ot defect.—
HE food that Is good for us Is not
Montgomery at Fifth
Phono Day or Night
The sun cannot shine every day of
But tbe soft clouds have their
If all of the hours were a glitter and
You would weary tn each day’s
For tbe eyes must bet old and tbe soul
Ths peace of these quiet grays.
That soften the light and refresh our
After tbe burning rayz.
A MAN WHO BECAME
First Step Toward Progress.
T always the kind we like; but the
rpilEltE Isn't a day In tbe whole
That isn't a perfect day;
Measured and trued and painted with
It glides on Its destined way;
It Is one of the gems that la ,-iven
A pearl In life's necklace rare,
And It hasn’t a ecar and It hasn’t a
Unless you have made It there.
•The remarkable trend of the pres
ent day among people of all walks of
llfa toward outdoor activity, and espe
cially camping," says a student of the
out-of-doors, “Is directly traceable to
the Influence of tbe boy scout pro
gram." With the slogan “Every Scout
a Camper," camping among boy scouts
Is becoming an all-year round feature.
Scouta like everything about camp
ing, from thumbing camp booklets to
reading camp statistics, and following
are some unique ones, compiled by a
scout executive of Walla Walla, Wash
Two hundred thousand scouts at
tended scout camps last year for one
week or more. They traveled an av
erage of 50 miles each. In going to
and tram camp, or a total distance of
10,000,000 miles. At the u>v...g uU
Ing pnee of three miles per hour,.it
would take 380 years to cover thia dla-
tance, which by the way, la about 400
times around tbe woild. In an auto
mobile at tbe rate of 35 miles an hour
and with no stops. It would take 33
Each boy scout. It haa been esti
mated, generates at least one-quarter
horsepower while taking bls morning
calisthenics, which would give over
800,000 horsepower, enough to drive
a heavy freight train over mountains.
The flag la raised each morning and
lowered each evening at camp. At the
average speed of 60 feet per minute,
40 hours are consumed each day In
this one Important part of camp life.
Ten train loads of food are required
to feed these scouts If they were all
In one mess line this lliiu would be
over 80 miles long.
A scout in water can support about
125 pounds. If all these scout camp
ers were brought together they could
support 125 tons or the equivalent of
a fair-sized ocean-going boat. The
scouts consume over 50,000 gallons of
water each day; or more than enough
to float this boat.
The boys consume approximately
12.500 steers and all the eggs 18,000
hens would lay In one year.
Hard Life of Unmarried Girl.
DISHES FOR THE CHILDREN
There Is a difference
between our way of
doing work and our
tomers’ clothes always
look new and have a
morn aristocratic look.
SCOUTS AND CAMPING
In Papua, the unmarried woman
lives in a tree high above the other
natives, in a shaky little hut made
niotli er’s Coole B ook
Prete I ng and Dyeing
<Condact»4 fry Natloaml Co aneti of tfee Boy
•coate of Amer lea )
By GRACE E. HALL
“The Laundry With a Purpoae”
call East 0092
enough cash to ease Ida old age, but
If he preferred to neglect bla oppor
tunities it la nobody's business but bls
It Is bls sbsence of bitterness tbst
la worth heeding. He haa discovered,
what every other man should discover,
that no earnest effort Is wasted. He
has learned that people are only too
ready to recognize genius when they
find IL and to reward It wbeu they
Indeed, so keen is the bunt for
genius that hundreds of near-genluaes
grow prosperous in America as soon
as they betray tbe least sign of talent.
Publishers and producers hunt for
men who can write. Great corpora
tions send out scouts for men with
executive or engineering ability that
Is beyond tbe comraou order.
No musician who Is really gifted
ever fulls uf on audience. Anri even
Industrious mediocrity will sometimes
be mistaken for geniua and have
riches thrust upon It
Cast the fear that you may be a
neglected geniua from among your
worries. If you are a genius somebody
will find It out, and you will have to
hire an office boy to keep pecple from
lnvndlng your privacy.
Even If you are not a genius you
are likely to be mistaken for one. But
that will not harm you unless you
make tbs mlstuke yourself. Be care-
ful not to do that, for it will b» fatal
In our Faney Goode Seetlon^-Plaln and Novelty Goorgettee, Silk All.
ever Laces, Metellne Cloth, Ombre Georgettee. Silk Deml Flounclnge,
etc. All first-quality fabrlce at prices surprisingly low. Wo Invito
your Immediate Inapoctlon and selection while the assortment Io at
I’hone Orders Delivered Promptly
Interesting Features for the Entire Family
FRED JORG. I’rop.
A D V O CA T ■
LOW OF FDLKcT qc-p the
.•REPITATION FER BElNq-
AbdFUU PATIENT, U1HEN
THEY'RE JUAT TOO
DoqqONE LAZY T 'BE ANY
THE ROMANCE OF WORDS
XX7HEN, In the midst of s
’ * congressional
npon some measure which en
tails the expenditure of large
sums of money In different psrta
of the country—for example, the
rivers and harbors bill—one
member will denounce the bill
as a “poorly disguised pork-bar
rel", the meaning Is at once ap
parent to anyone fatr'"ar with
American parliamentary slang,
for It has come to bo the accept
ed equivalent of an attempt to
secure public money for private
or scml-prlvats purposes.
“pork-barrel" measure, there
fore, Is one which would enrich
certain districts at ths expense
of the public treasury, either by
providing for costly Improve
ments or by spending money un
To find the genesis of the
phrase we have to go back to
the earlier days of the republic,
when the majority of the citi
zens were farmers who, during
the winter, were forced to live
on salt pork. • If their supply
was adequate nn<l their barrels
well filled, they said they had no
need to worry about a long,
would take care of them. In a
similar, but more metaphorical
sense, they now look to their
congressmen to take care of
them by securing at least a par
tion of the “pork-barrel" legis
lation. which will lead to protits
ou labor, land and supplies.
<© by Wh««l«r Syadlcala Ina.)
Struggled Hard for Life.
Here is how one old foreign lady tn
Milwaukee learned that scouts do a
“Good Turn Dally."
“Our team had a baseball game
icheduled." says the doer of the Good
Turn, a scout of Troop 11 of that city.
' “All members were told if they were
late they would not be permitted to
play. After hurrying through my paper
route I was on my way to the game
when an old lady who could not speak
English asked me to take a long-dis
tance call for her. Was 20 minutes
| late to the game and could not play."
GOVERNOR HINKLE SAYS:
“It affords me great pleasure to
most heartily Indorse the Boy Scouts
of America and their splendid work
In time of disasters, floods and fam
ines. They have loyally and faithful
ly responded to all emergency calls.
•The scouts of today are the men
who will govern our country tomor
row, and a government led by men
who have cherished and faithfully
kept the oath of the scout Is safe
guarded against the worst dangers
and as a nation we cannot fall.”—J.
F. Hinkle^ Governor of New Mexico.
ft would take seven weeks to make
At the Afternoon Tea.
Mrs. Newlygilt (to daughter)—
Sing the song the
French professor charged *50 an hour
to teach you!”
Wonderful Fiber of Silk.
Silk furnishes the longest continu
ous fiber known. One cocoon has
been known to yield nearly three-
fourths ot a mile.
Take it home to
Have a packet in
yotfr pocket for an
A delicious ceafeo-
tion and an aid to
Care Given to Highway
Work in National Parks
Great care has been given to the
construction of highways In the na-
tlonal parks of the United States.
Roads have been built through deep
cut canyons across towering moun
tain ranges, beside rippling streams
filled with tbe fighting trout and Into
Hotels snd camps
have been erected to provide com
fortable accommodations In the most
distant and Inaccessible places.
Telephones Along Highway.
Emergency telephones are being In
stalled along the entire White Horse
pike, this popular slxty-mlle highway
to needed la every department of houee-
keaping. Equally good for towala.table
between Philadelphia, Pa., and Atlan
liaen. sheeia and pillow caaee. Goxer«
tic City, N. J. It will be possible to
call the state police, firemen, ambu lea Van CitieAarl? BFHNKT-WALKM
lance or other needed equipment at ve IM Mtisaeoi business cou . ec »
innumerable pointe along the highway. la th« biggest, most perfectly equipped
thisinese Training Hr bool tn th« North
Relatives can he quickly summoned west. Fit ynurealf for a higher position
with moi - money.
tn case of accidents to motorists.
Strange evidence was given by the
house surgeon at a Rarrow (Eng.) hos
pital at the Inquest of an eight-year-
old boy. The boy died from lockjaw
caused by falling and cutting his wrist
on- a tin. The surgeon said he lied
assured Our lirndunte«
three times. H* stopped breathlog
Writs tor catalog—kourta au«. ïainhl'
twice and animation was restored
Known by His Stock.
twice. The third time he stopped
A farmer la known by the stock he P. N. U.
NO. 30, 1923
breathing It was lluaL