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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 24, 1916)
Miwso Allot* ami Stella Hefty left
Wednesday evening for Bakersfield, Cal.
read »vutti or Kt liliali station, ixprcie
initc>h eatltf.-icliefi ¡»ith the manner in
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is ¡-pent pini-
«Arull v, tlir < ni b «•»••!t » •»< ihr|"i» ♦* ili !»«».’•» Il*
Lil el- *
which the road 1» to l*e paved. In the
ÌntUrlli »par, T m »- m I mf . Hri»lrm1»rr 14, ItlY.
weil* s« ned.
N| wm lui imiuhiM I»* <’«»••»•••♦*»•**r. .Inuri»’»lUm.
paM lb* du-t hi'»* lie, ti wry )<oth< r«< me.
ArrhhH tur«*. I a » . Mr<llT<m Tali»«, l.lLrh*
Work* Must«*. I liv»l«nl .Trulnlu« ♦»»«♦• I h*««
al» Äc m
Aria» |4»i‘j«» hml •<t»lb«r
McSh.y were u. lit !>>r a dirtimv el nluul two miha,
ni tali««Mi n.
*>n lilt trip to tn
»1 >«••»»'♦* lhn«i
»»»»•♦•<. il»li •
lung wuh Ibe C'M-ksir.«« county
(«*<■» n l»u tiri In ri* Culli
iutertu'-dlati-- in (lihiih 1» aln'lit two Ut ck» routli of
’•»«'iiiiig. Th«-y K< i tail Station) and eliding two mile«
T m HI u « i FwMb lfo*rw.tot I«4 far uitu and far
t is off QU
K m »»«*«'»»
a two «•-*-
I lie lialiin sctuK*! house has l*eeti
UNIVERSITY Or OKEEON
There will be an exhibit of ralla bas iv ii a new coal of paint, which greatly
kets made Hl the Leut» pl.ljgrvuinta nt 1 imprewa It ap|»*.'<r«iiix' and al«o »hows
Ju- < a ,» on M mi
the la-tils Library Monday and Tuesday. the right »pirli on the ¡sirt ul the »ch >*>l
! i .ras.» ■ a
The trophy cops received by the ill-door laiitrd
Mr. an Mr«. F Earle Cone annotimi* base Indi teams will l*e exhibited al the
H E. Tamp i of 83>i street, near
George Ham is »¡Hilding the wnk
*. and have an ex •••Hi nt toni*i effect on
the arrival of a seven pound la>y Augtist same lime.
Foster -i,d. ha* new- auto.
I visiting friends in the vieiuliy of Scio
I I tl i* entire system. .Makes you feel like
| .ind Jetfersou.
living. Only 26c. at druggists.
M b . and Mr»- William Eatchel art'
Harventiug and I* hm * l>atl do not lull.
Clareucv J. t'nmmmgs, former ¡*ai«lor
Walsh has a stock of good gasoline ail
What is the matter witli this weather?
■pending a week at Seaside.
Sditgudfd limi ( hlld
the time at prices as good as can be of the Lent» s. D. A church, mutisted by At i«*a**i that I» the appurent rea.* >ii (or Can you l«*al it?
Virgil 1‘. Hubs.*, Will begin a series of the dirci*ntinnati*.n of the Sun lay games
found anywhere, tf.
The little showeis of the |>»"l two
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Menig have rr-
. important Bible Iz-eliins iu tlie church on th»* local grounds. Several of the wis-ks did no harm but did a great deal
If y»ur child 1» pale, dull, nt tirili*«
turned ’’roan a trip to Newberg
leading players, however, »ay the game» of good.
The women of St. Peters Church w ill building, one block east oi Oddfellows
flushed, irritable and fretful you should
will be reaiitued lifter the
Our local weather mill says tills kind attend to this condition nt onee «• tiw*
j give a card party at the church Friday Hall. Such «ubjei-t» will la* luusidervd as
tlie Worlds I'reseiii Crisis, Conditions as completed.
Mrs Ch.irley E.itchel was taken to . night Sept. 1.
‘bt weather will vxten«l into the fall und cliunees an* y*ir little one is suffering
The r*»ad work south of K< nd all will that we will hare an unttaunlly tine full
they Exist in the Present Financial and
the hospital Wednesday.
from worms Klakapcwi Worm Killer Is
lie delayed a few days on aix'uunt of a «easou.
; Social World, lax-lures will be held
what you should get This well known
Mr. Ransom L. Oune writes from ! each evening except Saturday.
AU I an* breakdown to MtNne of the machinery
Notaaly tired go hungry this year in remedy in lo«>*ngi* form is plea-ant to
Mrs. Ge thing and daughter. Gertie, Newberg that a nine pound boy arrived
Th, y had lo wnd io San Francisco for tl»> connlsc as th« crop of vegetable« arc
are at tl.-* l-*»«*h for a couple of weeks. . at their house August the seventeenth cordially invited to attend.
take ami ox|H*I« the worms al once, the
very fine and of great abumlance, and cause of v»ur child’s suffering
Next Friday, August 2d, an entertain itKxt all kiinl« of fruit are plentiful.
31k* at al) <lroggi»ta.
Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Toon returned , C. C. Klingel has moved from the
fKLMONi. ARILI4. KLRN PARK
ment w ill be given in tin* Baltin h *I i <» i I
Dr. B'gkin ami wife have niovc«l l>aek
Friday from a trip to the beach.
I Spring house on Fourth avenue to the
hotm • under the auspici*» of the Ladies on t> eir raiH-h one-half mile eaat <•( tire
1 Drake place at 63*1 avenue ami S9th
Aid. Weirs orcheetra, vocal sol*» and post, tli«-*-. The renter, J J. Hteenka,
the home oi Mis. F. W. Prailen Hl
Mrs. Pngh ha« rent»«! ber home on S2d street.
literary readings are on the list of en- having drawn a inhialile tract of land in
Arleta, Tucstisy, .tugust II
«tree-, south of the car line.
__ , .
v ri.uiiiiivni». No admission will I»* tlie Colville Rrevrvation is anxious to
Fraucas bwope preside*!. Mrs. .Minnie
» *»*-; tj
Kissing has become a public exhibi- Hyde of the Prohibition I cadq-tarters charge,!. Everybody cordia'ly inviteli uiov<-on to Ik an*l will move off fr<>m
Tin* o|w*u air «lane«- al Tremont at the Pot kin ranch ««Kin.
Miss Bertha Camp has been elected jloIl between two of tlie young people of
»puke *>n the Amendments. Afros the traete s number of the young«*r people
superintendent of tlie Adventi«» Sabbath the town. But then why mention it,
nevtiug Mesdames Hwope, Loekwixxl from tl>ie e*rti«in each Saturday night i Roy Shiitrittn, who Ii»*» in a suburb
*•0. HWiFI ? r.
the poor souls need someone’s sympathy.
of Portland, was visiting with his |M-ople
I * ‘ft
' and Wilson called on Mrs. Mary Fi»h-
J. I’. Nelson’s two eldest sons and '
a »U. tlçj«., »•kvUi.«
ufo n r .r f
Ili» wif» is u daughter of
| Guru retiring president of the union,
The Lent.- public library was close,!
unti rr’fMn’t <*»
Mrs. Charlie Eatehel and her sister j who left last Saturday for her new daughter have euuie I < Kendal) fur u i Mrs 0. W. Miller. Mr. Shutrum owns !
. VfìU» f
two day- this week for a thorough frinii- of .'alt Lake, in Lents to attend the | boule iu Spukane. The regular bi- brie! slay. The lall* r liave t»en run-. a tli.y* wheat ranch near Pendleton, for'
of 3U3 (tcMtelud In v«m tkura.
funeral of Mrs Wm. Eatcliel last Mon- I montiily meeting »»as held hist Tuesday
will* i he g- t» $7.0,1 an acre cash rent, j
• day week, returned home Tuesday i at Mrs. btelia Wilson’s, at winch the <tei j .ii.
lie s *ys his h um- expin-a this year and
O. H. Oletton, rejiorird last week as
Patent Lawyers. »*u«. lots
Ethel Agnes Kelly of Wat- ,n station morning.
<1* ill«, rations took the form oi a com having sold his n*«i,ieuee inlorms us that lie i» offered $12 00 (,r auother term <»f j
307 Seventh St., Ws»M ¡tilín 0 C.
ia hoci' - '-on a w-«-k« outing Mt. Ilood
mittee of the whole, ami resuite*! in that is not true, and Linai lie is ■till iiv-
Elder C. J. Cnmtuitigs will begin re plans ior the eoming campaign. Next ing at the same pls«»' mid will continue lowiug tliis land s«*<iii» to be yi«*l<ling
better crop« of wheat «-sell returning
vival services for the Seventh Day Ad week, Tuesday, August 29, there will be p, do so as far as lie knows.
year. Good wheal land ia hard to buy
W. 8 Pay-i of 82*1 street near Wood- ventists on Thursday of next week. He a meeting at Lucky Cottage for the an-
at any price.
stock u.-euu 1» wry sick with heart will be assisted by some one from nual elfttiou of otfi *ers, at which Mr.».
Senator Lan«*—our own llarry—math-
Eva Jolly will preside,
at speech in the I' 8 Senate re- I We Will Drill Y«»ur Well
Mrs H. II. Unruh, her daughter*
. cently, on the Child Lulsir Bill, In |
Wednesday was the birthday of Mrs. Deta kik I Muriel and he^ son Darrell, tin- A ■ al ’ll .* N ■' I rt
Arrangements are heiag made for the
IN HXCHAMII TOW
Mrs. W. Stouts of Silvrrt*,n visited at which the idea of working an inmature I
opening oi the Adventist school early in ’ Brock, who has long been an invalid, are house guests of Mrs. VV. O. Boon,
tin* home of Mr and Mr», tj. E Julm-
i Her son took her to the city for her 6ti;i0-46th avenue.
Money, Horses. Cows, or
: Lory was iiionstroua. lie aald the great.
»>n last w eek
I birthday dinner, which she greatly en-
Mr. and Mrs. G*ock and family, with
The Ladies Aid will hold a U a Thur»- wealth of tin* country wits in the rising1
Mrs. A. E. Mo- ternde and daughter 'joyed.
a sist'-r visiting lrom Illinois, left last «lay at ih home <>f Mrs. B. T. Duvi* generation, tin* potential fathers an I' ANYTHING of VALUE
of «2,1 ~:re. t, went t.» Hillsboro Wednes
Tuesday morning for a week’s trip to
l!. W SIMMONS
Fred Doaier leturued last w»ek from , mother», and to kill them off or impair I
day for a vacation.
J. H. Donaldson and family spent Crat«-r Lake Master Harold Boon ac- Smith Beach, Newport.
i their iiM-fuln*-«« iu their early years was Houle I, Box 292A
Sunday on the Columbia Highway look eompanied them.
ilelativM from MeMlunvillo »¡ent : worre limn folly, it was a crime so
FOR -ALE—2 good milk cows. A. ing tor something unusual, and found it.
Mr Howard Hunt of Company 11,' Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs , grh".,sis tiiat It cn«»l to Heaven for re- I
Sehuo’-l. '.Vii- .. »tuiiuu. G resi: am, Ore. Fortunately the trip was devoid of ex First Montana.,, is vi iling at the hmm j Farnsworth.
i tenge. The Senator took h fail also out
of his aunt, Mrs. W. O. Boon of Kern ! A iiumlaT of friend» and relatives . of the manner <>( handling the Initial s
Park. He is ou his way home t'* gave u »nrpriae parly in honor of Jolmie un, ,-r tie antiquated s, '"in. His des
Oa Fri'iay evening of this week there Calispeli, Mont , from th*- Arizona J Brandl last Monday. The evening was cription oi the condition of tlie Black
Bar gain on three fine lota on 91st
fill Indian» was frightful.
Inquire at Herald will be an ice cream social at the M. E. border, having just finished his term of I enjoyed by ali present.
Church grounds. The quartette com- enlistment.
office, f-ents tf.
Pt it. Dearborn of ll,«*man. Montana,
Whin Cats Were Sscred.
posed of Mesas. Frost, Burgette, Wilk
of the stat** Agri- ullural College is visit-1
Mrs. John Rogers of Kern Park and
Hclentlsta consider Unit the cat was ing with his family at tl,<- home of his
WANTED—To exchange well drilling inson and Repp, will give several num her daughter, Mrs. Mabel Roberts, left
originally into Egypt from former a»«**x-iate. Prof. Cooper, one-half
Mt. Scott, Leals and Portland
this week for an extended trip East, in
for aut »mobile. E. W. Simmons Rt. 1,
cluding New York, B*i«ton, Washing : the south and that the credit of do mil*- north of the ¡wartoflice. Tin* Pro-
Bx 292 I.**nt«.
i mesttcaUng it belongs entirely to the
Mrs. C. L. liesell ha<i the rnisfortue to ton, D. C., in their route, They expect Inlinbltauts of that country, it is for ft-*,«, r travelled with his high power
ant** acrnse the country, stopping at
The Fr st and Burgette families have run the thumb of her left hand into the to return in November.
tuuate that the <nt found its way into
Baggage and General Hauling,
Floyd F. Carlson and J. Butcher left Europe ut tlie time oi tlie Boman su Spokane, Beattie, Toixmia, Portland,
been sniping near Troutdale. They electric wringer crushing it badly. She
Trunks 50c Each
ar* exr*cted ■■•ne this week.
ha<i the presence of mind to reverse the yesterday for a Mt. Hood trip. J"hey pren.acy. which, like other ¡lolytlielstle etc. fie say» intelligent ¡»-oplu almost
machine and treated the wound herself. have planned to drive to »he vehicle systems, was in religious matters at evi-ry^jiere conoeda the re-election of
limit and take to horseback from there least tolerant. Had It been confim-d Wilson an*! say that after him Ford will
A. E. Hamilton, who is burbling the
to Egypt till the I, onoclastlc Intrusion Is- tin- next President if lie is alive.
Vern >:■ public library has the frame up
Mr. Floyd Hamilton of Marcus, Iowa, for the rest of the way.
of the Moslems it might have been
Tlie Presiilent'a course in the Uireal-
.Mr-* Etta Hill of 1327 E. 7th N'., atid extirpated ns n pagan object of wor
visited at the C. L. Geeell home this
leave Ravvage Check ami Address
i-ned railroad strike was not only right
week. -Mr. Hamilton made a trip
ship. The Egyptians M’cin to bave ami just but it was eminently wiw* us
nt Plummer Drug Sion*.
friends at Nashville Station la«*t Wednes kept their cats in nisi liicloauree, and
Third mid Madison St.
any other course would have been
Mrs. Walter Tyler, who was taken ill through Colorad-,, California and other
it Js perhaps a trait of heredity which suicidal to his political future. The
while v -
. er mother up the valley, points, returning home over the uorthern *
The Lanrelwqpd M. E. Sunday School causes them to remain so faithful to raflruad Presidents raise a gn at howl,
ia rep* ■ I improving.
haring a contest in th«- decoration of o bouse in which they are domesti a« they
iey have done
don«* in every in-tanc*
■ y I - t i-
I ii . cated. Whenever a b*>ude caught fire ' when they were obli ■d to make any
for r Sunday
Harry Julian reports fishing fine at
the chief cere of *bo neighbors V*SM to
beach («làuta, »i>d »»»m« hunting
Hear < iarerw Wbit'.ii baVC
save the * ata. The men and wouieu I impr*iV(-uM!«il in their management of
ar*- plentiful along ihe coast this summer turns are the Senior Bible claw, Mrs. might lie burned In the rains, but the ! their railrmd nystems. Tliey any that
and one ww* shot quite near their camp Perry’s class, the Pollyannas, the cats were to 1« saved at all risks. ! the President's ruling spells ruin for
Frances E. Willards and Mm. F.|A When n ent died a natural death every them, a» they can not run their romls on
The R' tlierford family of 91=t street,
Carlson’» class. The last-named deco- inmate of tlie house shaved his eye a paying Irasis if his plan is adopted.
nom , have l... .. frolicking at Columbia
rate*! for August twentieth w ith a pn,- brows, mid when a dog died they shav i Rais! la*t thi-m cut out tiie wnter on
WANTED—Used summer clothing
Bea,- >, th
G. J! -*lii
fusion of color«, varying from white, e*l all over. Chamliers* Journal.
1 Stock* and ill«-) ran easily pay
that cun be used or made over for
pink, yellow, blue»*...
-shades, to deep vei
i iliviibmds on their actual physical
Tennis as an American Game.
vet-red. Th*- botiqae ls were gracefully
value. Senator Norris of Msbru-ka »aid
this matter may kindly phone Tabor
Tennis Is ns old ns the hill*, basically,
arr' ve I M
joined by sprays of mock Wandering-
the I'. S. Senate last week that from
Jew, a feature ftirni-bed by Mr. Miller though it htt'i undergone many changes 74) to 60 |»*r cent of all railroads wns
for the better. It wns played by the
The boys of the clar*« w ho can e loyally
water and mighty dirty water al that.
Tie family of Rev. W. G. Lienkaemj»- on the preceding afternoon to arrang.- Greeks and Romans under the name«
of "sphafrfsls” and “plla." As "¡sums" ' Th,,». Fortune Ryan of Now York City
er, pastor of the German Evangelical j the flowers are Oliver Clarke nnd ft Is mentioned In the Arthurian ro
! » ii*i that fully 7*5 per cent of all«railrond
R formed Church, and the family ol| Francis McGeorge.
manors and In the earlier records of I stock was water.
In order to pay
Rev. Wyss, pastor of the church at I
the ilnrk ng **. In the fifteenth century J dividends in all this fictitions value rnii-
Columbia Slough, made up a party i
it enjoyed great fnvor in France, and
Rev. W. R. F. Browne, w ith
' road employees must work long hour«
Wednesday for the Columbia Highway !
In England from tlie sixteenth century
170 Fifth St., Opposite
family, returned from a very
to the present time. As ft seems to lie 1 far Is yond th*-ir enduranc«», to the great
stay at Oc*-an Park in time for ti regu-
the Post Office
mote *>r less mixed up with about ev danger of the travelling public, liovern-
lar church service» last Sunday.
ery aort of race. It may be callet) traly , mental ownership of all railroads is in
The evening service oi the Grace
American, especially ns we have ponr. sight and the sooner the lielter for all
Evangelical Church will be given over
rd It Into our melting pot to boll and concerned. There ia acnreely a conntry
Fred Williams of Grays Crossing had
to a temperance rally Sunday evening.
simmer and have seasoned it to our tn Europe but what owns and *qw»rate?
th' misfortune to chop off the index Attorney Baker will lie flu* principal
Rapidly Transpiring Events Mean liking. But ns an adopted pastime we their railroad systems, aud believe ine,
fing- r of hi« left hand while preparing
speaker, explaining the workings of the The Bible 1« the key that unlocks the can hardly call It our national game, the Great United States, easily the fore
as national seems to Imply home grown
four per cent beer amendment.
door of the future that we may see into or native. Yet we have developed ten most nation in the world, will be doing
the future and know what will follow nls, speeded it tip, perfected it. Amer the same.
Reactionaries nnd stand
H. B. Wag-tafT of Woodmere, took a
( Special Prices by the ton)
Europe's war. and the ¡»Til.» that con iennized It so successfully that the patters might as well go away back and
hike to Hood River, taking in the beau
ties of the Columbia Highway, return mouth, with her children sprat a week
restlessness, energy nnd competition ■ scrap heap, anil are on their way by
visiting her sisters, Mesdames Ferris American CititetM.
ing by train.
our national spirit.- Norman Hornell i leaps and bounds. Justice travels with
The last day of their
In Countryside Mngnzfne.
a leaden lieel but it strikes with an Iron
stay was made memorable by the cele except Saturday ir the Ix*nta S. I). A.
Mn. Marin and her daughter of bration of the first birthday anniversary Church, oue block eats of Oddiellows’
Korea’s Diamond Mountain.
Sandy are visiting at tlie home of Mrs.
Hall. Iieginning next Tuesday night.
of baby McVeigh.
RongoMu, known among foreigners
Hutchinson and her daughter, Mrs,
All are welcome to attend these lee-
by the name of Diamond mountain. Is
"What do yon think of married life?"
W. Y. Richmond, living at 71O4-85th turn and should hear what men who an extraordinary cluster of Innumer
street 8. E., packed up his camping out i have studied the situation have to say able peaks In I lie cast-central part of asked tlTe henpi cited man. addressing
There is to be a missionary lawn social fit, Tuesday, and accompanied by Mrs. of the condition of our times from the Korea, ft is part of a great mountain the youthful bridegroom.
"Bliss Is no name for ItF said the
given by the Friends church at the Fox Richmond ami their young son, hied Bible standpoint. Bring your family range forming the backbone of the
home between 93d and 94th streets, away to Cazadero for a couple of weeks. Bibles, pencil and pa|ior and lake notes Korean peninsula and stands In the young husband enthuslasHkally.
"You are right," said the henpecked
northeastern pnrt of Kangwon prov-
Saginaw hill, on Fri* lay evening, Pic- Mr. Richmond is a brakeman on the
C. J. Cummings
Ince. The system Is about fifty miles one gloomily. "Biles is no name for
nic «upper at 7:30, followed by a mis' North Bank road.
Virgil P. Hulse
In circumference, occuylng an area of It’’—London Mall
more than twenty-five square miles.
The peaks, reputed to number 12,000,
Rev. John Riley of the Friends Church
Your Bowles *Should Move Once A hay
are entirely formed of granite and tow.
OPERATIONS unnecessary. “Ap-
, preached in the tabeynae’e at Orchards,
A free easy movement of the bowels
nmxiieitiH" (fifth). ‘’Food” fl.50)?
Advertised letters for we*'k ending er high In the air, with dense forests
: Wash., last Tuesday evening.
on their sides and at their base. All the every day is a sign of good health. Dr.
‘•Disease*- <J Women and Easy Child
9326 FOSTER ROAD
Riley experienced some difficulty in August 19: Berg. Geo. W,; Cbririensen, peaks are extremely rugged and gro King’s New Life Pills will give you a TABOR 968
birth” (|1 M). Books by Dr. Tilden
getting across the Columbia river, re
tesque In form, and It Is Impossible gentle laxative effect without griping and
worth their weight in gold. Lora C. turning, as the ferry is lx*ing taken off Jones, J. W.; Link Jas.; Miller, Harry; to scale many of them, as they rise
free your system of blood poisons, puri
Little, ~110-43d Ave. 8. E. Tabor 8471. the run on account of necessary dredg-1 Pollock, Ella; Ratherford, R E.
nenrly straight Into the sky, while their fy your blood, over come constipation
Geo. W. Spring, Postmaster
allnpery sides furnish no foothold.
ing following the high water.
- 11. K. Bloyd of lh<- Multnomah State
Bank is taking a vacation.
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