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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 8, 1917)
Church Dlrectoiy | *
l*koee Tabor 22M
Kv.idca.e III Y Hate St. Leets. Ort.
wanted him that left a girl for a sec
EXERCISING 1HE MIND.
ond drawin' of chances.
Work of Aaaombling the Frame,
those present would rather have fought Time and Solitude Are Essentiel In
for their eliamv. but, recognisin' the
and Putting on Coverà.
Learning to Think Easily.
Arlrta Haplht Church.
delicacy of ttle situation and the plan
tt.*4r> m m. Bible Ht'hiMtl. Il « tn Prvarhl«]}
An important element In euay think
In moat umbrella factorlee tlie taak
l«eiu' the nearest Hutt could lx« sug
' if turning out ribs mid sletiia la left to •vrvlcr k:0U p in Kvrnlng •«•tvlur« 7 00
tested to a rattle. It was unanltnously
k:<JO Thur «day
Opportunity tor thought In time nnd ¡other factories making a specialty of 1» iii H. V. P. V. in«'<’th»M
approved. Blanks and ten prise slips In solitude.
j those parts
Those are sent Io the Prayer iu*rtIng Everybody welrum«, to any
and all uf the»* »vrvirt’«. W T H, Hprlgga,
were placed in a list and ten men were
Many of ua are “too busy,” but with manufacturer, mul the man wlioau
How the Miner« Were ; selected. Every oue of the lucky ten fnr loss productive things, 4o really work It la to assemble the pmta lu- Paaior.
was ordered to black his boots, take
live or to really think. One should I sorts n IJt of wire Into tfle nmnll holed Millard Avenue Presbyterian Church.
his trousers out of them, wear a coat
lu h tn Hal.ball, grhooi. II • m
make time, make solitude for thought. | at the end of the ribs, draws them to
If he had one and reisirt at the tavern
K. ? (0 p. ni
People nre often too much coutlnuoua gether alHiut the main rod and adjuata worship 7:00 p. ni Y. I’. H
that evenin’ for introduction by Miss
By ALAN HINSDALE
Xvrnlns worship 7 so p in Wedliooday. mid
ly together. especially young people. tbe ferrule.
I ____________________ _ Bowers.
In cutting the cloth or silk seventy- week servio« 7:SU p m. Thursday, choir
Each Individual la separate and re
prnolloe. Rev Wm II, Amos. 1*0.for
"The next tnornln* Mr. Parkhurst
five thicknesses or thereabouts are ar
quires Individual separate thought.
"In the early days of the Colorado called for Huggins.
Ono In genera) should room by one ranged upon a table at which skilled
St. Peter's Catholic Church.
"'Well, Huggins,' lie »aid when the
minin' comps." said the old proapector,
In one department
self or else In some way manage to operators work
Sundays: » uo. m low M.u
10 in. m.
"one of the best payin' holes in the old man apf>eared, 'how did It Hint out a|teml considerable time alone, along there are girls who operate hemming High M.u. a:s<>. in Sunday «ahool 11M,
groun' before it run out was the Last
the seashore or brook aide or In one's miichlm*a A thousand yards of hem- Choir rr hrs rial Weekday». MassalliOoa. m
“'At tlie courtin'? Tol'able, wir.
Hope mine. Its name was given it
reom. The gentle exercise of a stroll meil goods Is a day's work for one of
^by the man who struck it, who was tol'able. Three men prvqioacvl to gala or of a slow bicycle ride requiring lit tlirs'v girls Thu machines doing thia
Seventh Day Adventist Church.
much down at tbe heels at the time as tuk 'em, four men was too or'nar.v tle attention to Itself Is our Ideal stim Job attain a h | hm *4 of ihiim * 3AXM) revo
la ». Hi H«liii.ts> H.I.I..II. H. I.....)
aud fully intended that if it didn't re-
ulant and occasion for thinking unless lutions s minute. After the hemming Haturil.y pri'orblns T:ao p tn. Wmtnr«<tsyl
- lieve his necessities he would hang men wanted the same gal and was the attention wamlera too much out- has been done tbe cloth or silk la cut Prayer mwtlns T1.0p.n1 auinl.y prrorbliis
himself to the limb of a tree that ex- kllhsl lu a »bootIn' match afterward. wardly. The time should be somehow Into triangular pieces with a knife, as
Kern Park Christian Church.
j teudiHl directly over it. He sold his One man got up on his ear with a gal had In which to tie alone.
before, but with a pattern laid upon
Corner t*vtli Hi .anti Ulh A\e . H K 10 a. m
claim for $100.000 to a company and who wouldn't have him and said lie
Schools are oftentimes too crowded the cloth
The next operation In the Bible HrhcMil. Il a tn an<1 7 :«0 p tn. preaching
had a wife already tn Friaco and didn't
retires first off from this here story.
to allow their students to think. One sewing of the triangular pieces to Bcrvlt c. 6:10 p. in i’hrlatlan Kndravor 7:ao
"Tbe president of the Last Hope want no more of 'em. Thia leaves can afford as
a matter of dollara and gether by machinery.
P m. Thursday, mi*l w«*ek prayer meeting, A
lived in the east and sent out a man seven gnls for the next drawin' mid
cents to tako an extra year tn echool
The covers nnd frames are now txirtllal wvlroiur to all Rev. <i. K Berry,
ager from that region. Mr. Parkhurst, three men leas to be provided for.'
If one can learn to think by doing so ready to lie brought together. In ail Pastor llao K. Itlnuu.
"Seven names were next drawn tun!
among other things, at home had been
The time so used Is a rich and certain there are twenty-one placee where tho
superintendent of a Sunday school.
St. Paula llplacopal Church.
cover la to tie attached to the frame
, Naturally he dldu’t like tbe appear- Huggins' re|K>rt of the second |>alr off
<>nr blttck south ot Woodm^«’ station
The handle la neat glued on. and the Holy Communion th* first Humlay of narh
i a nee of a Colorado minin' camp. Tbe
'• Three paired off. One feller was
ready for preaalng and In- month al »:00 ¡*. m
No other s^rvirrs that
cussin' that w as going on was just like drunk and wasn't let In to the courtin' after walking or before rising la a umbrella la
Kvery other Muiitfay the rvgulhr services
fireworks. The saloons did a better Three men wanted the same gal They good time to think, and many people
will hr as usual Kvenlng prayer and srtm< V
business than the store. Whenever the had a triangular tight, the survivor to have their most productive and orig
at4:(H) p m
Mutxlay Hi htMil meets a* 1:00
EARLY RAILROAD FLIERS
wind ria the playin' cards filled the win; little feller with red hair winner. inal thoughts occur to them thus In
P m. H Boatwright. Hupt . U Maffei. Bee,
air like a snowstorm. As for Sunday, Gal wouldn't have him. That leaves
night's rest—Dr. G. Van N. Dearborn When the Threat of Twelve Mile* an Rev O W Taylor. Rector
there was no work on that day, but four gals for prizes.'
Hour Wae Called Nonaenoe.
instead of services there was gamblin'.
Lenta Evangelical Church
“In this way eleven of the gals wrs
When the flrat passenger railroad
There was a few women In the camp, paired, leavin' one. the puniest of the
Harmon by Ihr pastor. Il a m sn<17:lkp. m
but they was woree'n the men.
■>in«1sy Hehool •:«« ■ m, Albert Faakhaaser,
lot, to be dis|*osed of. All the fellers
1823 the train traveled from one end Superintendent. Y.
“Mr. Parkhurst looked the ground wanted her from the flrat, and most
I' A S:«ft p in , I'aul
over and sized up the situation. What of the men that got killed was tlghtln' Th. Drink Ho Got From Mrs. Hopp- of the line to the other.’a distance of Bradford rrnal.tont graver merlins Thun
A cordial welcome io alt
twelve tulles. In two hours. And Wood, day s?e pm
that camp needed was wives. He ar
nor’s Private Bottle.
for her. But sbe wouldn't have none
one of the beet known welters on the T K Ito
gued that men without the restrainin' of 'em. She's mighty |>artlcular. seeln'
In "Samuel Rogers and Ills Circle"
- Influence of women would naturally she's had twenty men to pick from Lis this anecdote about Richard I’orson. subject of railroads at that day, wrots
Lenta V Hands Church.
turn into wild animals, and he resolv She's got siiappin' black eyes, kind of the famous classical scholar and pro as follows:
a. nt. Bible Hl ht» I, Clifford Barker.
"Nothing can do more barm to the
ed to send for some girls. He called
reddish lialr and is purty and plump fessor of Greek:
Un© a m. Preaching a*r
adoptiou of railways than the promul Huprrtntrndml.
j the miners together and told 'em that as a robin.
p. nt Christian Bndaavor.
When Iloppner, the painter, was re
If they would turn out tbe women
** OO |> tn Thursday.
“Now, if you want to work out a siding In a cottage a few miles from shall see locomotives traveling at the I». nt Preaching servire
there was in camp he would send for
mi<t>wrrk prayer mooting
A cordial weirotnc
scheme for furnishin' wives you don’t London, I'orson oue afternoon sudden rato of twelvo miles an hour."
a carload of real good, true members
to all th<*ao serviere. John and Nettle Kiley,
want nary of the women to be a Jim ly arrived there. Iloppner said that
Today, with locomotives traveling at Pastore
of tbe female sex to be helpmeets for
dandy. One puny woman with the | be could not offer him dinner, as Mrs. the rate of seventy-five miles an hour,
The miners agreed, and Mr.
old Nick In her will spoil any practical H. had gone to town and had carried one can look at Wood's warning with
Lenta Baptist Church.
Parkhurst wrote Miss Amelia Bowers,
plan that was ever got up. This gal, with her the key of the closet which a feeling of amusement.
Lord's bay. Illble School. «:♦.'■ a. m. Morning
who had succeeded him as head of his
Becky Biggs, l>ein' the only unmarried contained the wine. I'orson declared,
In 182V a locomotive was Introduced worship. Il a m
Mimo Height» Sunday
Sunday school, to come out with a
woman left In the camp—Miss Bowers however, that he would be content In this country, and In the following School, too p. m. H V . y u., s:an p m.
dozen of the best behaved and best
had gone back for another load—and with a mutton chop and ixo-r from the year Peter Cooper experimented with gemina worship T:B> pm A eord la I wel
lookin' young women she could pick
every man left wantin' her, set up a next ale house and accordingly stayed a locomotive on the II. and O. railroad. come to three servir» J M. Xelaon, I'aetor
□p. Her Influence was far more need
conflagration. Every day there was a to dine.
The flues of the Iioller were made
ed in the west than where she was.
Fifth Church Of Christ.
During the evening Pora<>n said. "1 from gun barrels,
fight atwut her. and some one was sure
The boiler wae
Hustiands would be provided.
Fifth Church of Christ.
to be killed. The wives liegged her to am quite certain that Mrs. Iloppner about the size of a flour barrel.
"Miss Bowers, a middle aged, con
Myrtle Park HaU. Myrtla Park
choose some one and stop the flghtln*. keeps some nice bottle for her private
scientious woman, concluded that It
McrvIcM Munday I! a tn
But she wouldn't. She'd make b'lleve drinking in her own bedroom, so pray isfaction how on the trial trip of this and II a. in. Wcdu^hday rvenhig toatlmenhl
was her duty to accept the situation
sbe was goln' to take one of 'em and try If you can lay your hand! on IL” wonderful engine he passed a gray
* cig n:00.
and proceeded to colled a dozen young
then start In to encourage another Ills host assured him that Mrs. II. had horse attached to a wagon. —New York
women who would rather get married
If anything was needed to keep up the no such secret stores; but, I'orson In World.
Lents M. K. Church.
than work. She also shipped several
sisting that a search should tie made,
list of casualties thia filled the bill.
hundred Bibles and hymn books. The
Bible Utudy <‘lass. &:ko p m
“Well, it got so bad at last, so many a bottle was at last discovered In the
company paid all ex[>enses and give
lady's apartment, to the surprise of
A double star Is one which consists League e:fD p m. Prrarhlng 7 :M) p m Brayer
each gal a hundred dollars to set up good men bein' killed, that Mr. Park
hurst sent Miss Higgs word that he'd Iloppner and the joy of I’orson. who of two stars lying close together and meeting Thurutay evening at 7:ku. F M,
pleased to furnish her a ticket back soon finished Its contents, pronouncing revolving In an orbit. For some time Jasper. Pastor KstMenre 67W Mnl street.
'The day Miss Bowers arrived with
where abe came from. She sent word It to lie the best gin he bad tasted for Pn-fcasor Comstock, astronomer of
them twelve gnls was a screamer. Not
Laurel wood M. I: Church.
I the University of Wisconsin. Ims made
to him that she'd rather be an old a long time.
a man would work, and every one of
a rn Munday Hrh«>ol. Il:<© a m prrach
maid in Colorado tlian a bloomin' mar- l Next day Iloppner, somewhat out of a pnrtl-ular study of tlds feature In lug
12:*) p m. rlass mreting
’em went to the tavern where the
Tied woman in the east. Then Mr
Junior Ix-«sur s:n p m kpworth lx>«gur
coach was to unload. While they was
bad drunk every drop of her concealed
7 so P >n. prrsrblns
s <u p. tn Thursday
waitin’ Ben Huggins, an old feller who Parkhurst went to tu-e her to reasou
dram. “Drunk every drop of li!"'cried which tiemollced was that two bright
|>r. C. R. Carina,
was a leader among 'em. made ’em with her. Sbe Jlst set there listenin' she. “Heaven above. It was spirits of •tarn "wobbler!'' and did not have the • renins, prayer .errlce
to him with her bead ou one side and
a speech, remindin’ ’em that they
• usual steady ap|H*nraii<e. At length
wine for the lamp!"
mustn't be in too much of a hurry to her nose in the air and didn't answer |
the conclusion was rim-bed that this
German Reformed Church.
never a word.
wed and that gals liked to be courted.
Corner W.MXlstwk Avr . amt «Tlhkl. Bar.
condition was cause«! by a dark star tn
■'Things kep' goln’ from bad to worse.
There wasn't enough gals to go round
close proximity to the two bright stars W G Llenkasuiper, pastor. Sunday Srhool
In England the term Black Friday
by any means, but any fightin' for ’em Some of the men Allss Higgs had re
Kii- h a situation waa considered 1m- 10 s in Morning Worship, II s m. V. f H
would spoil the whole business. If
posslble nt first, but nnalysls revealed si 7 .an p. tn. German School and t'strchetlcal
the men behaved right another lot wouldn't work. It was imi»>ssible to day on which news reached Ix>n<lon ■ Hint the two bright stars could thus Claaa Hatiir.lsy at V Uis in
would l-e provided; if they didn't those git other hands, and the dirt taken out that the pretender. Charles Edward, exist with a dark star without break
was gittin' less and less every day. It had reached Derby. Again on May 11,
Free Methodist Church.
who had come would go back.
Albough the dark star has
I860. when ¿be failure of a large Eng
Hunday Nrhooi. 10 a. tn. I’rrarhlhK II a tn.
"When the coach drove up to the begun to Heern that if Miss Higgs wasn't
llab discounting Institution brought on never l>cen seen, there Is sufficient an<l 7;3o p. in
Prayer matting. Wednesday
tavern door there was a yell. Some of married or didn't go away the mine
proof t«> Ju-litv tin- l-i-lli-f tlint It la the 7 Sop. m. All art* cordially Invited to allenti
a most disastrous panic, the day wan
the gtils was on top. and they was
these *rrriera Robert 11 t iark, Pastor.
called Black Friday. On the day of
mighty good lookin'. Them miners dent wrote to know what was up.
the suspension the Bank of England liavlor. It revolves about tho double
hadn't seen a nice woman in years—
raised the rate of discount It f>er cent star about once In a little less than
some of 'em—and they wasn't used to load of women. Tbe president wrote
Wild Hfieculatlon In gold in New York twelve years.
such beauty. It was like angels cornin'
other cities culmlnnted In a mono
down from heaven. The men was re wouldn't advise no more gals to go tary crash or. Sept. 10. 1875, that swept
spectful, you bet. There's yio place
Billy wns Kcmllng out Invitations to
thousands of firms nnd Individuals Into
where a good woman is so reverenced
flnan<flal ruin and caused a commercial his birthday party.
as where she's a rarity. A way was old Ben Huggins and axed him what depression that extended Into the eight
"I don't think I would mention the
was best to be done.
opene«l from tbe coach to the tavern,
ies of the last century; hence tin» origin birthday," advised Ida mother.
and the gals went inside, but there
looks so much like asking for a pres
was slcb a bowl for 'em, that they woman. Mr. Parkhurst,’ Huggins said States.
come out on to a balcony nnd stood knowin'ly, 'I found out that women
To tlilM Billy demurred violently, but
there,«while the men at an order from
No Handicap at All.
was finally f>craunded to yield the Yoti Bulhllnir
“ ‘What do you tneau by that?
Huggins, tbe old feller who had spoken
•"It seems to me thia lot la a long point
For n long time he thought
to 'em a short time Is-fore. t--qk off
way from the car line." remarked the deeply. Then, solving the problem, be
l’hom-, labor ..JI4
their hats. The gals looked kind of ty gal here but to git murried. Every prospective purchaser. a little doubt asked:
funny, as if not knowin' what to make man here has uxed Miss Higgs but fully.
"Well, mother, we won't say any
of the reception.
“Why. that's an actual advantage/' thing about the birthday, but don't
“ 'I thought they had all asked her.’
Graduale l'nlverally Vlrniia.lklO
“If the manager had sent for
responds» the gentlemanly agent en you think that we might put the pic
” ‘No, sir; there's one left, and the gaged In making the sale. “When ture of a cako wlh < undies at the top
enough gals to go round in the first
Physlclan and Surgeon
place there wouldn't likely have l>een knowin’ ones among the wives aay you reach the car In the morning yon | of the paper?"—Harper's Magazine.
Office an<i Re.ldenee, Vld BT and niRIKRHIi
any trouble. As it was, several of the that's the one she wants.'
are already halfway to your office, and
(Ovar l.ents l'h.rmacy)
“ ‘Who is lie?'
most desperate men each saw among
coming home nt night you have a nice
Never Had to Replace a Bridge.
“ ’I think it's yon, sir.’ ’
tbe lot a gal lie wanted, and some of
walk to give you an appetite for din
"1 sup|»ose you have to go to n great labor 47 M
’em wanted the same gal, Tbe gals
deni of expense to get thrills?"
” ‘Yes, sir—you.'
hadn't more'n gone back Into the tav
“Not always." said the movie pro
“ ’You must lie mistaken.'
ern liefore there was half a dozen
ducer—"not < you study your audi
“‘If I am the women ain't.’
fights. Huggins he goes off to the man
"You nre the fourth tramp who has ence»."
“He didn't say no more about it, come here begging today,” sold the
ager. and be says:
"‘Mr. Parkhurst, I’m afraid there's but 1 noticed that he whs spru- in’ up. Indy of the house. "an<l I'm nil out of
"Well. If the heroine gets grenae on a
a-goin’ to be a commotion in this yere He<l ls-en wearln' a flannel shirt, ami patience."
pair of while gloves the women spectn.
camp. Why didn't you send for enough fust thing I knowed he bad put on u
“I’m all out o' vlttlea myself," re tors »tile l-< "me Just ns excited as
ne, Tabor Its»
boiled one. Then be went to t ie bar
for a feed?’
plied rhe tramp. “Couldn't we make a they would over the blowing up of n
“ ‘What do you suggest, Huggins?*
"‘The most natural way, the Way seen him lookin' at himself In a glass :
RALPH HTANZt Prop.
the men would take to easiest, would
A Mean Insinuation.
tbe tavern. Next he headed for tbe
be to raffle 'em.’
City and Country Property
"Why,” write* one of fliese pro
‘‘Mr. Parkburst looked glqm. "Yon cabin where Miss Biggs was stayin'.
cheap beside the one otir neighbors pounders of unanswerable questions,
‘The young woman was jx-rfectly
forget, Huggins,' he said, ‘that a wo
We ought to get the latest “does a girl always shut her eyes when
man has the right to marry w hom she aware that the manager understood (
a man'kisses her?”
Phone. Tabor 1914
chooses. To raffle them would be to tbe situation. Furthermore, she had ■
Send us your photograph and per
“I know we ought, but this Is the
give them away without their consent. brought with her some beeotnin* cos- ;
haps we can tell you the reason.—To
ttimes and had put one of them on for only house I have to mortgage."—Bal
That wouldn't do at all.’
When Mr. Parkhurst tlmore American.
” ‘Well, Mr. Parkburst, all I've got his reception.
to say is that if somethin' Isn't done,
ti*1 ST and FOHTKR Rp. (Over Lenta
and that pretty quick, there won't be didn't seem to him such a hardship,
"Papa," whispered Johnny, who was
"Don't you wish you could sea an
enough men left to furnish husbands after all. It bad been more than a
In attendance at the Hunday morning
for this lot of gals.’
year since he had seen a refined wom old fashioned one ring circus?"
"No. I wish I were a boy again and services, "why do the people look so Tabor H5*l
“ 'I’m afraid we'll have to send the an. He passed the evenin' with her in
women back.' said Mr. Parkhurst.
general conversation and found her. In could appreciate a little thing like a sad when they drop their money In
that plate T'— Chicago Tribune.
• i rtckoQ,* said Huggins, scratch- telligent He might spend years in a one ring drcua "-Detroit Free Press.
a’ his head, ’we might git tbe men to minin' country, and ft occurred to him
Office and Residence. JIM K Doth St.
Moro Like a Noose.
draw lots for a chance to git some that Miss Higgs would take away from
one o’ 'em.’
The trouble with the hymeneal knot
Mr. *Gnaggs—Oh. there are worse
his loneliness. He thought the matter
“ ‘That's a good idea; try It.’
over that night arfrl the next evenin' fellows In the world than I am! Mrs. la that It la often tied too tightly.
"Huggins went away and called a made another visit, durin' which he |
sixteen neck In a fifteen nnd three-
San Francisco Clirohlcle.
mass meetin' of the suitors. He tohl surrendered.
fourths collar —Smart Set.
them that a dozen men must lie cho-
'The visit of the girls to the rplnln' .
sen by lot to offer themselves each to camp was a lottery with one prize.
Patience, persistence and power to
Bogin the New Year right by rabsorlb*
a girl. If a man failed to find any Miss Biggs got It. Hut In her case there ' do are only acquired by work—Hol
Tn the smallest cot there la room
ing for the Herald. Only $1.00 a year.
one of the gills lie wanted and who was more management than luck."
enough for a loving pair.—Schiller.
It should be in every home in Lenta.
Mt. Scott, Lents and Portland
Baggage and General Hauling,
Trunks 50c Each
I>eave Baggage Check and Address
at Plummer Drug Store.
Third and Madison St.
2 sixes: 5 Washings. 15 cent«; 10
washings 25 cents.
Guaranteed: To wash clean tn 10 min-
utea without rubbing. Not to injure the
moat delicate fabric« To remove all »pot*
Not to hurt the hand» To
contain no injurious chemical» SAMPLE
FREE. A» a »pet'ial offer we will deliver
orders to resident* of Lenta.
Host ProdKls Co.
Miller & McGrew
[Successor? to M. N. SADLER’
Are at your service. Tabor S542
PLUMBING and GASFITTING
Complete line of Plumbing Fixtures and
Supplies always on hand
Calder & Allen
Dr. A. Klaptocz
Dr. C. S. O^sbury
Lents Real Estate Co.
Dr. P. J. O’Donnell
(Under New Management)
Hair Cut 20c
Your Patronage Solicit«!
WOODSTOCK AVE., near 92d
Dr. Wm. Rees
The HmN MOO Per Year