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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 24, 1917)
Facts About Liberty Loan
GRAYS CROSSING I HE WOODMERE
TOR DID AND INI IRM
A Worthy Institution fllllnq A Great
Need — (^operation Of Com
Ihrlvlnq Business t-arrlrd On Al
munity Would Be ApprêtIdled.
Woodmere Station By B. I. Volts
The Woodmere Old People's Home
— Reuds I he Herald.
Jos. GHhlnq. fledrldan All Kinds
01 tledrkdl Supplies Installs
Meters In Any Part 01 City.
Attempting to make g<«x! on our
promise of last w<*k to present to
the public other buxine«« interests
in the vicinity of Gray« Crossing,
we begin with the enterprising
W. S. Sanders Meat Market
Mr. Handera haa been Belling meats
at thia atand for the paat five yeara,
and from the way he explained how
xarioua cuta are obtained, and their
rrlative values, it aeema that he
thoroughly underatunda the trade.
lie ahowed how far aatray many
writera and x|H-«kers on dietetics go
when they attempt to tell thr pub
lic to eat flank and circle ateaka at
IK rente a pound when there are
only two auch ateaka in each beef
and theae are now worth IK rente
a pound wholeaale.
Mr. Handera makea a apecialty of
a fine aaaortment of Heinz famoua
57 brlnd gooda. You ran get dill
pirklea, olivea and fine aaurea of all
kinda at thia market.
want anything in these line« just
call at 6008 82nd atreet.
Gething's Electrical Shop
Mr. Joa. Gething haa also been in
buaineaa at hia preaent atand. 8311
Woodstock Ave., for five yeara and
haa liven living in I^nta for nine
yeara. He ia one of the young bus-
ine«s men of the Mt. Scott district
and ia at your aervice for inalalling
electrical fixture«, motora, rectifying
motor trouble«, furnishing bulb«,
door belle, fluah light«, etc. Here
you ran get a good aluminum electric
touMter, electric iron«, and anything
of the kind you want. When you
call If Mr. Gething ia not in, Mra.
G. will «ell you whul you want or
take your order for any work which
you may want done.
Why buy away from home when
you can get what you want here?
The Woodmere Store
At the corner of 77th atreet and
Woodatock avenue B. F. Volt« ia
conducting un up-to-date grocery
«tore with aide line« of atationery,
pins, thread, work glove« and garden
Hia aaaortment of cured
meats looked attractive.
ticed a nutricious and inexpensive
article in these days of speculators’
prices, via, nuts. Oregon honey has
a reputation for its good quality.
This you can have nt right prices
at the Woodmere store. An assort
ment of dried fruits was on display
just inside the front door.
goods on the shelves appeared fresh
and clean and the carefully inclosed
bakery and confectionery goods were
Mr. Volts is a modest man. He
has been in control of this store two
year« and succeeds Mr. Hobson as
proprietor. Any one who has local
items for the Herald can leave them
with Mr. Volts and they will re
ceive proper attention. Don’t for
get to’patronise your local merchant.
GRAYS GROSSING BUILDS
40-EI.DffP SEA BOAT.
This community is certainly progres
sive, and even it it can’t have water
front it seems determined to go into the
ahlp-bnildmg buxines«. Four years ago
a l>oat wax built out here and hauled
into town and at the present tinieG.
McCord, of 5423 82nd 8t. is building
another one. This is to be a deep sea
boat and will he 40 ft. I<».g by 8 ft.
beam. At present only the skeleton is
to l»e seen. The ribs are made of heavy
Siberian Dak. Mr. McCord has been in
the ls»at building business for years and
finds it convenient to carry it on right
at home. He expects to start a yard
down on the river a little later. The
boat he in now building is designed for
a distillate engine.
Parents encourage your boys anil
girls to avail themselves of our 40 per
cent commission offer. Until .lune 15
we will give any boy or girl 40cto. on
the dollar for all new snliscriptions to
the “Herald," for three months or more.
Lent», Multnomah County, Oregon, May 24. 1917.
is located in u shady grove on 64th
avenue, between 74th and 77th ave
nues, and is under the general di
rection of Mrs. Huttie B. Lawrence.
The building face« the south, is two
stories high und hux a wide veranda
on two sides of the first story. The
number of inmute« uferuges 25,
some of whom ure very infirm. One
ludy is entirely blind und requires
the uttendunce of a nurse most of
Huch members of the
home us this ary a great tax upon
the few in charge since the income
does not justify the employment of
Religious services ure held each
morning ufter breakfast und Sun-
duys ut 2:30 p. m. These services
ure much uppreciuted, as well us the
other privileges of the Home, und
ure conducted by some minister who
is willing to render his ussistunce.
Mr. Joseph lluyden, the superin
tendent in charge, stated to our re
porter that gifts of food of all kinds
are much needed. The Home needs
wood, potatoes, rice, sugar, pillow
slips and sheets. Those who have
a mind to give can not do better
than to remember this institution
which is trying to minister to the
homeless and oftentimes friendless
members of society. The people of
the ML Scott district know of Mrs.
Lawrence and her work. Her name
ia sufficient guarantee of the wise
use of any contributions sent to the
Home. Let us ail help, for the days
PURPOKE—This loan is a bond issue authorized by congress to pay coxt» of
the w«i against Germany, to make advances to the allies, and above all to bring
alxiut a ><|H-e<ly and successful end of the world conflict.
AMOUNT OF LOAN—»2,000,600,000.
PACIFIC COAST’S SHARE—»108,000,000.
SIZE OF BONDS—»50, »100, »500, »1060 and upward,
KATE OF INTEREST—3J$ i«er cent per year.
TERM <>F BONDS—The bonds run for 36 years. The government reserve«
the right to buy them back at face value after 15 years.
BUY THESE BONDS NOW BECAUSE—
1— Them- lionds are the safest investment known.
2— By so doing you serve your country.
3— Demcx’racy nee lx its dollars for defense, not tribute.
4— These Iscnds are backed by the credit ol the whole United States, the
richest country in the world.
b—Every »1006 invested will bring you »35 a year income.
8-The government guarantees to pay you mon- income if future htanx carry
higher interest rates.
7— You can buy them on the installment plan.
8— Your money will lie ajx-nt wholly in America.
HOW TO BUY THESE BONDS—Every bank ia authorized to take subscrip
tion« for the government. You can xubecril>e now by paying to your bank only 2
jier cent of your purchase, and the balance as follows: IK per cent on June 28—20
l>er cent on July 30—30 per cent on August 15—30 per cent on August 30.
cantata PRESENTED BY
MILLARD AVENUE S. S
FOR PAID DEPT.
Carnivdl Of flowers Given To Crowd
ed House- To Be Repeated
Well Attended Interesting Session Of
Lents Improvement Club—Street
The cantata given by the Millard
Car To Stop On Near Side.
Ave. Presbyterian Sunday School on
Friday evening last, entitled “The
Carnival of Flower«.” was presented
before a capacity house, even the
vestibule being crowded with people
who were unable to get in further.
It wax a most delightful production.
Thirty fresh, young voices, carefully
trained, rendered the music in a
most pleasing manner, while their
costumes in harmony with the flow
ers they represented, mad» the stage
appear what it was in reality—a
garden of living flowers. The boys
interspersed through the group were
dressed in green and put the finish
ing touches to a most beautiful scene.
The queen of the fairies occupied
the center of the group, surrounded
by her maids of honor, who were
dressed in white.
The platform, from floor to ceil
ing, was banked with dogwood
against a background of green, gor
geous bouquets of roses and other
flowers completing the decorations.
Much credit is due the young ar
tists for the cleverness of their per
formance; also to the untiring ef-
forts of those who trained the
By request the cantata will be re-
peated at the church tomorrow (Fri
The admission to
this second performance will be 15
A few additional musical
numbers will be given upon this
ASK fOR FOSTER PAVING
Two-Platoon And Baker Speakers
Heard—Special Meetlnqs To Hear
Candidates June 2.
At the meeting of the Lents Improve
ment Club last night, the Executive
Committee were instructed to engage
E. P. Tobin to circulate the petition«
and get at least 40 per cent of the prop
erty owners to sign for the improve
ment of Foster Road from the city limits
to Firiand by having an 18 ft. concrete
strip put down the center of the road.
A letter XM read from the P. R. L. 4
P. Co., with relerence to stopping tbe
street car on tbe near side each direction
on 92nd St., and tbe statement was
made that the Public Service Commis
sion had agreed to this change.
A committee was appointed to wait on
tbe P. R. L. 4 P. Co. and try and secure
Every Man Between the Ages of Twenty
belter running time in tbe atreet car
service between Lente and Portland.
One and Thirty Must Register.
A committee was also appointed to
wait on the various candidates with a
War Census Day—Tuesday, June the county in which you may be at
view to immediately get a paid fire de
5, as named by President Wilson in the time, whether in Oregon or else
partment at Lento, as it was ielt that
where, who will fill out your regis
hi« official proclamation.
tbe time was ripe to strike and to strike
Who Must Register—Every male tration card. He will then give you
hard for this improvement as we
resident between the ages of 21 and the card, which you must mail to
been patient so long. The Secretary
30 years, inclusive. This includes the registrar of your precinct, in
was instructed to write the Public Ser
alien« as well as Americans. Jap care of the sheriff of your home
vice Commission with reference to a
anese, Chinese, Italians, Germans, county, in time to reach the registrar
dangerous bill board at 92nd and Powell
English, Americans, and men of any by War Census Day. If you live
other nationality who are of the des in Portland, or a city of over 30,000
G. L. Rauch delivered from his system
ignated age«, must register. Aliens population in another state, mail I
a highly flowery and exceedingly
will not be drafted for war duty, | the card to the registrar in care of
lengthy five minute speech eulogising
of course, but a complete record of the mayor.
Geo. L. Baker.
But remember, the burden of
them is desired.
Tbe chief attraction of the evening
Who Is Exempt—No male resident having your card reach the registrar
was an address by Captain Grenfell of
between the ages of 21 and 30 years, of your h«>me precinct by War Cen-
| tbe Portland Fire Department in favor
Several weeks ago an announce inclusive, is exempt from registering. | bus Day is on you.
of the Two Platoon system, in which he
Registration Of The Sick—Men of
ment was made concerning the an Those to be exempted from military
presented very kindly and conserva
nual public school essay contest of service will be determined later, but military age who are too ill to go
tively the firemen's viewpoint.
to the voting booth to register must
the Sons of the American Revolu first all must register.
Tbe Herald is anxious for its readers
W’here To Register—Booths at reg .send a competent person before War
tion, One hundred and sixty e«suys
to have every possible information upon
receive«! by the committee, ular voting places in each precinct Census Day to the county clerk to
this and all other questions to be voted
coming from pupils in all parts of will be open on War Census Day explain the circumstances, and secure
upon, and will have a detailed report of
the state. The three prizes and hon- from 7 o’clock a. m. to 9 o’clock p. m. instructions from the Federal regu Lents baptists Celebrate Event- Captain Grenfell’s speech in next
orable mention have been awarded Don’t wait until the last moment. lations which these offcials will re
Thursday's paper. We regret that it
Indebtedness Covered by Vol
ceive from the Government.
has been crowded out for lack of time
Registration Of Absentees—If you
Penalties—The penalty for fail
First prize, 125—Hazel Pearcy,
in this issue. To aid In this the Club
Lincoln High School, Portland, Ore. find you will be unavoidably absent ing to register, or for giving false,
will hold a special meeting to which all
"Benjamin Franklin’s Influence on from your home precinct on War misleading or incorrect answers, is
On last Sunday this church celebrated candidates are invited, details of which
Census Day, you should apply at the imprisonment. There is no alternate its tenth anniversary. The church was will appe r next week.
the American Revolution.”
Second prize, $15—Arthur John- earliest date to the county clerk of of a fine.
organized May 19, 19v7 in the home of
«on. High School of Commerce, Port-
W. P. Kneeland on Ninth avenue—as
land, Ore. “The Siege of York-1
it was then called—near the carline.
Nineteen entered the organization as
Third prize, $10—Albert Mott,
charter members, seven of whom are
High Schoo), Forest Grove, ( 11■<■.
still on the church roll. The church
“PrivaU-ers and Their Work in the
laid plans very shortly after organizing
The funeral of Wilbur James Coe
At 9:10 p. in., on May 17 Mrs. Sarah
to secure a church home. This was lo-
M. Ghormley passed into rest. The de Commissioner, paid a visit to the cated on Ninety-first street between was held at Kenworthy’s Undertak
Lents district the first of the week.
M. Mareile Carlock, Lincoln High ceased had not been well for two years
Foster Road and Woodstock avenue, ing Parlors Monday morning, the
The “Oregon Voter” is authority
School, Portland, Ore. “The Siege or more. She ls>re uncomplainingly
This building was enlarged by the ad- 21st inst., death occurring on the
her sickness, desiring only that «he for the following regarding the early- dition of a room for the primary de 17th inst. as a result of an attack
life and fraternal relations of Mr.
Joyc«- Savage, Lincoln High School, might go Home. She was lx>rn De
partment. Mareh 13, 1912 this struc of typhoid pneumonia.
He was a “farm boy in ture was completely destroyed by fire.
Mr. Coe was formerly a resident
Portland, Ore. “The Influence of cember 22, 18-16 at Marysville, Tenn.
Michigan; had a common school edu In three weeks time a new location had of Lents, leaving about two and one-
Benjamin Franklin upon the Amer For 34 years her home has been in or
near Portland. I>eatli came to her at cation; worked his way through hern secured, architects plans approve«!, half years ago, since which time he
Sixty-second avenue 8. E., where m«*dical and dental colleges. He is and a start made on the excavation for has resided in the Piedmont districL
Helen Ross, Jefferson High School,
resided for the past eleven years. a charter member Oregon Lodge 101, the present church building. Dedica He was born in Illinois March 4,
Portland, Ore. “The Part Played
the age of 17 she made pro- A. F. 4 A. M. Passed through all tion services were held on June 23 fol 1870, being 47 years, 2 months and
by Massachusetts in the Revolution.”
religion and united with the the chairs, including master. Is now lowing. The building enterprise catne 13 days of age at the time of his
Ellen Frances Shea, first year of
Whenever she W*t» a life member of the Lodge, 32nd at a time when it was especially hard to death. He was converted at the age
High School, Astoria, Ore.
the services of the degree Scottish Rite Mason. Came- finance the new undertaking. Most of of 18 years and has been a member
siege of Yorktown.”
Lento Baptist Church. The pastor of lia Chapter, Order of Eastern Star. the heads of families were without em of the Friends Church for the past
this church, J. M. Nelson, preached the Past Patron Camelia Chapter. Grand ployment. Yet in faith and courage 19 years. His father was a Metho
funeral sermon in the Kenworthy Un- Patron O. E. S. for Oregon. White they gave themeelves to the task. Up dist minister. On October 26, 1898,
dertaking cha|>el. The interment wax Shrine of Jerusalem. Holds office until some months ago a debt of some he was united in marriage to Miss
in Multnomah cemetery. Of h«r ini- of King, Knights and Ladies of Se- thing over a thousand dollars was l>eing Emma Berry, who survives to mourn
Enqlneers Company Of Oreqon Na- mediate family two sons departed this curity.”
carried. By voluntary offering at the his loss, together with seven chil
some years ago. Two daughters re
Mr. Davis served two years on the service on last Sunday afternoon all but dren, who are bereft of a father's
tlonal Guard Issue Last Call * life
main to mourn the loss of a mother, City Council, his record being such fifty dollars was raise«!, and this will care. Three sisters also survive.
Mrs. Mary Gifford and Mrs. May Gray, that he feels he can point to it at doubtless soon be provided for. The
Myra B. Smith officiated at the
both of Portland.
this time as sufficient reason for ex present property of the church ia worth funeral service. Interment in Mt
The engineer company of the Ore-
pecting the support of the people about »T.’OO.OO. The building is com Scott Cemetery.
gon National Guards has issued a
Six or seven dollars of theft whom he formerly endeavored to modious and well-arranged for all
cal) for all classes of carpenters and
in the wholesale price of 196 serve.
Single men only, be-
There has been expended for all pur
A news item says small in poses during theae ten years the total of
tween the ages of 18 and 45, are
eligible for enlistment, and such are son for Federal control of the vestors will l>e able to buy war »18.85» 40. Of this amount »1336.27
called into service July 25. This price of this staple.—Sunnyside bonds.
Not us! We have to was contributed for missionary and
will be the last opportunity to vol Gazette.
benevolent purposes, 237 have united
Be sure and remember the enter
unteer liefore conscription begins.
with the church in various ways, 86
tainment to be given by the
The recruiting office is at 106 Fifth
have come in by baptism. 33 by ex-
Epworth League at the church to
perience or restoration, and 115 by
morrow (Friday) evening. The pro
Two pastors have serve«! the church gram will include a short play, read
lour Brothers In Ministry.
TO CHILDREN OF SUBSCRIBERS.
during this time, J. F. Heacock, ami ings, and musical selections. A so
Rev. T.»R.,Hornschuch, pastor <-f
J. M. Nelson, the latter of whom lays cial time will be enjoyed at the con
the Evangelical Church of Lents,
You will notice that our paper has a different appearance
down the work July 1, after something clusion of the program. Admission
was one of five brothers, all of
more than seven years of service here. free; a silver offering will be taken
this week. Get fast week’s paper and see.
whom were in attendance at the an
A goodly number of the non-resident for the benefit of the Church Im
nual conference just held at Mon
paper and find what causes the difference.
and former members at the exercie«*» of provement fund. Refreshments will
mouth. E. I). Hornschuch is pastor
last Sunday added to the pleasure of the be served.
of one of the Portland churches; E.
G. Hornschuch resides at JefferSIht,
to the home of the first six of you who come to the office of the
Secretary Redfield says there
where he is pastor of the Evangeli
Our perfectly good American is no ground for alarm alx>ut
Herald and tell us the true cause of the change of appearance.
cal Church of that place; Rev. H. E.
hog is up in arms. He resents the food question. There will
J. 4. DUNBAR, Circulation Manager.
Hornschuch is pastor of the church
being mentioned in the same E)e though, if the ground is not
of Nebo, Ore., while T. R. Horn
class with food speculators.
schuch is pastor of the Lents church.
PRESIDENT SETS DAY
FOR WAR CENSUS
GIVEN IN PRIZES
MRS. S. M. GHORMLEY CANDIDATE FOR COM.
PAYS VISIT TO EENTS
FORMER LENTS RESIDENT
SUCCUMBS TO DISEASE
U. S. WANTS MECHANICS