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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 25, 1915)
Furniture New and Second-hand
Special For 6 Days Only
New Linoleum value at 80c .......................................
47 l-2c yard
New Brooms value ac 40c .................................................... 20c each
NEW GO-CARTS AT FACTORY PRICES
A Full Line of Garden Tools—Shovels value at 80c .. 60c each
TENTS, ALL SIZES AT FACTORY PRICES
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
All chun-h, •oclvty, |wr»ciial and local new«
not publUhcl for profit, tree, notion« of on
' urtalnnirnt«, conducted h»r prukl, published
al a Jto ntluintun. ol
mem« and card ot thank«, same rale
J tt«tus rat»« quoted on request.
Bits ot Travel
Abington, Mas*.. March 18.
l»ear friends: —Not a line ainoe
Dear, dear! Well lay,
all the blame to the delightful weather ,
and »till more delightful auto rides
forty five mile run from Abington, I
Mm*., to Providence. Rhode Island wa»
review lesson in geography, physical. I
Edward l'ayne and family moved to
historic and poMtioal
a farm from 4th Ave , last Monday
A» our eye* **anned the fields of rock*
on rocks, we marveled greatly at tlie,
tig.00-94 UR AM) AitMK
WANTED— Housework and washing courage—ye», the tremendous courage .
by the hour. Tabor 273.
it must have taken—on the part of Aun ¡
Hutchinson and Roger Williams of HI- ¡
IV’er Jacoiieon and wife, of 91st St. grim fame, to have settled hero and Í
are parents of a boy born Sunday night undertaken the laborious work of |
wresting a living out of those twky
E. H. Willis and family of Lents will acre*. And still more marvelous doe»
it seem, when we we now the thrifty
move to Junction City, Oregon.
prosperous, charming home», and hear
the whir) ot the mill«, and realise in
J. C. Spooner in enjoying a vtait from
all the big things "little Rhody"
hi» brother and wife of Springfield Maas.
has been, and i» not<»i for.
Students will recall the fact that Aun
Manville and Kingsley Bundy left Hutchinson, driven from Ma»»aci>u»i<tl
Monday for their eastern Oregon home colony, located on an island and called
it Rhixiv Island, Roger William« on1
wliat lie name I’rovidemv territory, ill
FOR SALE—Fine sixyear old Jersey later years uniting the two calling the
4 gallon cow. J L. Nelson, Gilbert state so established Rhode [«land, with
Providence and Newport as capital»
representing tlie two sections.
August Gandeabergvr of demson then' is hut one capital—Prevalence—
1 Block East of Maip St. on Foster Roni
ha» the honor of having the beat kept where a niagnitieeut marble "State
ground» in hi» auction of the town.
House" has been erechxl
Many of the
Japan'« Hokey Pokey M*n.
Japanese children are amused by th*
Mr. and Mr». Jack Dcardorff, of row, and they are "one way «trvet» ”
rice jelly molder, or amezaikuya. as Happy Hollow have a girl, born Tuee- Tins means that vvfiides only pa»»
through one way and no many a «erious
Wagon Repairing and General American children are by the bokey |
pokey Ice cream Itinerant. Beatlux a
blockade ia prevented.
drum, he goes up and down city streets
population is about the size of Portland,
with a small box on his bamboo pole
TERMS to partie« desiring to furnish but in no other respect doe* it resemble I
Matt Greenslade, Foster Road
or on a small cart, paper tlnxs of va lists of names of their locality. Addres- our western "Rose City.”
rious color» decorating his outfit. Atue 4856, 62d St. 8. E.
A visit through Üie Pheotnx cotton
is a kind of jelly made from rice, of
revealetl the marvelous stride made
which all Japanese children are ex
Charlie Wheeler of Gilbert Road ha» by science and efficiency of industrial
tremely fond. The awe seller stops
1 could not liscribe the
when the childreu gather round him. bought a place at North Plain» and has plants.
machinery of a cotton mill ii I tried.
and be amuses them by molding all moved onto it.
kinds of shapes, from a fisli to a bird,
Where formerly the meclutnistn was
which be »ticks on a piece of bamboo
such that one operative could attend to
FIRST CLASS WORK
R. J. Bteftee haa quit painting and
and sells to bis audience for a mere
but a few machines now one o|»-ratiw
nothing. He can blow up the ante like will try farming near Woodbarn this can attend from eight to twenty. Twen
a glass blower, making a glolie "or a summer.
ty being tlie limit in this mill. The en
large sized" animal or fish, as he wills,
tire forces from the cotton blmwoni to
and each child chooses the object be
Fred Hogue of laut« is employed the web of i-otton cloth is a wonder of
most fancies. Each object created 1»
And the prixe»» of making
painted with a vegetable coloring In with a bridge construction gang near wonder«.
lifelike colors, and with each purchase Warrendale, on the Colombia Highway. lac«- is »till more wonderful. Visiting
• the Pheonix lace works I viewed the
he gives away a |mpcr ting He is n
picturesque feature at all temple few
Revival meeting» begin at the ] M. E making of lace of various grades and
tlvals.—Bulletin of Japan Society.
Church. April firwt, and continue» i over kind» for Hie first time, and Hie com
a periol of two weeks.
Many able plex machinery. No wonder they have
Bagdad's Mysterious Scourge.
MAUDRA HAT SHOPS
to import expert» to run them. Most of
An uncanny, pernicious pest called
34a WASHINGTON ST
these came from Nottingham. England
the "date boil” scars the face of every
The work outside of tlie machine work
human born in Bagdad. Children in
GOOD LEGHORN eggs for hatching
variably have thia dreadful »ore on and liaby chicks. Call Calkins Poultry is done by men, boys,and girl», Ameri-
I can and foreign.
their faces. Throughout the middle
March 9th was a "Red laHtcr Day"
I east this mysterious scourge is known Farm, Gilbert Station. R. D. 1, l>nt*.
! at the state legislature al the capítol at
by various names—"Baton d'Alep.” Phone 1222.
| “Nile sore." "Delhi button." etc. Its
Providence, when the suffragist« and
cause and its cure are uukiiown. First
YOU will more than save your car fare ' the Anti’s massed their forre» for a
a faint red spot appears, growing larg
by trading with your home milliner, Iwaring on the woman'» suffrage bill
er and running a course often eighteen
Mr». Gullika. Marked down »ale Fri* pending. It was a great meeting licld
82nd St. and 45th Ave.
White men from foreign lands have day, Saturday, Monday and Tueadsy. in the assembly hall. Senator Works
! of California and Congreaaman .Mundell!
Phone Tabor 2063
lived years In Arabia, only to have Bring this a<i. It mean» something.
of Wyoming testified tz> tlie benefiefent
thia boll appear upon their return to
civilization, where Its presence Is em
< result» of woman's suffrage in tlieir
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mitchell, of south
barrassing and bard to explain. May-
renpective state». The earneHtnee» of
i be it was "date bolls'' that Job had! 92nd. Street, are parents of twins, born ¡ the situation was everywhere apparent,
Once a British consul at Aleppo lost Tuesday morning. I-ater information re 1 and both cam|>» were busy jotting down
almost bls whole Doee from one of lates that one of them died Tuesday
note» of points to be u*vi in later dis
these bolls. Nearly every Bagdad na- morning.
The a»m-inblyinen bravely,
: rive you meet has this "date mark” on
march»! tip and down the halls of the 1
bls face.—Natloual Geographic Maga-
FOR RENT—4 acres,former Ball Park legislature (»sleeked with pro or anti I
of I^nte. Will rent for 3 year*. Call ¡ colors. Some dodged tlie ianue and wore ¡
* Substitute For Spectacles,
Miss Nellie Stevens, Columbia 223, or both colors, one on each lapel. A study 1
At a meeting of the Academy of Kennedy A Klineman, Real Estate, in Rhode Island’s political side, revealed !
Medicine In Paris Dr. I-esage recom Lanta.
tlie same old ''political machine" that
mended a novel method for reading
is miming in many another state, and I
print for the use of those who happen
FOR SALE—8. C. White leghorn q'*ry wb*u*r ,,r no tbe v***‘,t in U*
to have forgotten their spectacle*. The
method Is to take a piece of paper and Egg« for hatching. Setting 15 eggs 75c. hand of woman will not ere long retire
perforate it with a pin. making nu Incubator lots $4.00 hundred. Fertility ‘his governmental machinery to the
merous small hole». Tills paper must guaranteed. Not show stock but very J”nk hea«’ whwe “ "houl<1 have
be held close to the eye and the read- I heavy layers. Oirrespondence invited. ' 8ent *onK **”'
would seem that the
I Ing matter at a distance from the eyes. W. Given«, Box 37, Estacada, Oregon.I "»»fwo»« be worn out by now, but
A test of thia method shows that it
I verily it seems to have as many lives as
slightly enlarges the print to be read
tlie proverbial cat.
and that a t»ook or newspaper can be
The lunch provided for the pupil« of
labor question here as elsewliere
held further away from the eyea than the Lente School in proving • great at- in Tlie
New England factory U.wni in a prob-
woald ordinarily be possible to a near traction. A hundred and fifty pupils
' lem not easily handled. I shall try to
sighted man who had mislaid hia glass
Foster Road Next Door es. However, the method la useless were served on Wednesday and there use some probes and find out more
for prolonged reading, living valuable were others in line wlien the food sup- later. While the slogan "Safely First”
to P. O.
only when one must read a few para i ply gave out. The charge ia five cents ia a measure that in many localities has
for soup, a sandwich, and an orange. eliminated after saloons, yet the liquor
Lents Sta., Portland, Oregon
On Wednesday potatoes and gravy were trattic is a terrible clog and menance in
| served instead of soup.
"little Rhody.” The temperance people i
"Please, ma’am." »aid the little girl
are vigilant and working hard.
from next door, "mother wants to
A call northward brought me back to j
T. M. Walsh has completed plans for
know If you will lend her your new
mechanical tune player thia after one of the most important improve Boston in time U> tie reminded of the I
ments that has ever come to Lento. He j historic fact of tlie "Evacuation of Bos-I
“What an extraordinary idea! Ia «he will take in a couple of partners, en ton." It wa» on the morning of March 1
going to give n dance?"
large hi» work space, put in a »melting 17, 177fi, that, the British officer», men 1
"No, ma'am. We’re tired of dancing cupola, and prepare to handle casting» and marines in numbers nearly 9000,
to it She wants to keep it quiet for a of various sorts, including brass and some women and I1O0 Tories found
couple of hours so that the baby can other metal*. This will give Ijmte the crowded quarters on the ships and tran»-
Ihrmtgornery and Fifth St
lieginning of what may later develop in ports an<l sailed down Boston harbor.
• . »
Briefly that is the story of Evacuation
to large manufacturing interests.
Day. and is certainly a most memorable
<>O* Place of Basine»« Only
' event in the history of Boston, the day
on which theoidy hostile force that has
Pteoac Tabor 2284
We now have in our sheds a quantity ever occupied it was driven out. The
of tree», etc., in surplus, first ciaae; to day its shattered inhabitants returned
clean up, we offer lees than half price. to their own homes and peaceful ways
PRICES—apples, 5c, pears, 8c; prunes, of honest life. "England passed out,
but America was born.” Before a large
9c; plums, 10c ; peach, 7; choice grafted
and enthusiastic audience Channing
Mt. Scatt, Leals sad Portland
walnuts at Bargain ; like reductions on
Phone Main 9
Cox, Speaker of the House, reviewed
other stocks not listed herein,
the seige and evacuation of Boston by
will hold good as long as this surplus
British troop» 139 year» ago.
lasts. Order now.
Boston rambles belong to knottier chap- i
Baggage and General Hauling, Co., Carlton, Oregon.
ter which must come later.
I will try to write again with shorter
»pate between letter» as these are writ
Card of Thanks
We desire to thank the many kind ten to all my friends bark home, for af
neighbors and friends whoao generously ter thirty-five years of living in Oregon,
what must it be but home.
leave Baggage Check and Address and kindly assisted us in caring for our
Lucia F. Additon.
at Plummer Drugstore.
106 Main Street
Third and Madiaon St.
Mn. Rachel Jewell
D. J. Matthews has been re-employed
Mrs Eda Hummel to run the cannery at Newberg.
To Every Customer who makes a Purchase ol $1.00 or more, you may
Have your choice ol a piece of Graniteware. 5 different Articles
Hay, Feed and Grain
Ranges, Stoves and
Trade for Good Used Furniture
Panama Furniture Co.
herald Bldjf. Main St.
Washed Gravel, Sand
| get our
How About Your Spring Suit ?
Now is the Time to Order It!
Cement, Brick, Lime, Wall and Land Plaster
Come in and see the new line of Spring and Summer Models.
We Guarantee Quality, Eit. and Style.
MCKINLEY & BUNDY
JOHN MANZ, Tailor
Main Street, Lents
J\. D. Kenworthy and Co. Inc.
Funeral Directors, CaNlMtrs
CALL* ANSWtRCD IN ANV FART OF THg CITV
YOUR LUMBER BILL
here twl not bother you,
our prior* am a» m<»lerate a»
*« any and a» our lumber is so
»<>un<l it last* tor year*, you'll
not have another bill to pay
for a long time. What is your
present need? We carry every
thing from heavy sill l**ains to
Washed Graded Gravel
The Copeland Lumber Company
Phone Tabor 1371
Footer Road and Campbell Sts. Ia-nte Station, Port1 a nd, Oregon
J. F. Heyting
Herald Bargain Offer
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J. P. Fin ley & Son
Trunks 50c Each
New and Second
Special Price to Public
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One McCall Dress Pattern ..
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