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Mt. Scott Herald
Newsy Items from Nearby Points
ARRIVED THIS WEEK
Mr«. Dr. lie«« 1» visiting her brother
in Washington County.
Miss Delia Whitlock spent last week
make a detour around an unused road , at the home of her parents in Silverton.
Edison s Stdlion.
Mrs E. Drost, of 57th avenue, en
but it will soon be finished and every
We want to let th»' rea»lers ol your one will appreciate the new road.
tertained a few friend» at a luncheon at
valuable paper know that this suburb of
ALL THE LATEST STYLES AND COLORS
A canvass of this section reveals the , her home on Tuesday.
Portland is on the map ami working with
Mrs. Belle Wilson, of Tillamook. is
! fact that about five per cent are readers i
DON’T MISS our special showing ol
broad, rich line» the rich, dark soil of
I of the “Herald * About an e»jual num •pending the week with her son Charles,
this vicinity A spirit of ” preparedness”
tier did not know there was a paper pub and also visiting friend» in la»nts.
and patriotic pride is manifest in the
lished in Lenta; others ha»l heard of it
A man who knows says Hour should
tilling of every lot an 1 all acreage to be
and were lUterewted We expect the be si'IImg for 3»i.i50 a barrel instead of
secure»! Most of the house» aroun»i here j
Large Assortment of Summer Underwear lor Men, Women, Children for Less than Down Town Prices
number of readers will ba greatly in 317.1k» —Sunnyside Gazette.
which were vacant a few months ago are
creased in the near future.
Miss Lona Crandall, of Ia'iits, s|«'Ut
now occupied. Mr. Harney ami family
the week-end at her home in Clackamas
are living tn the John Daly house, w ith
about three acres of ground in cultiva
Arteta And Kern Park.
5827-29 92nd STREET
Near Foster Rd.
Mrs. M. Bernander, of 96th St., is |
tion ; Mrs. Hauer and sons occupy the ‘
Mrs. Lillie Perry, of 4924 titith St. S.
house opposite th» Daly place. Mrs. E . spent Sunday with her daughter in very ill. Her recovery is considered
Amberson’s cottage is vacant, but ttie * St. Johns
| week (or her uhl home in Cliicago when'
lan»i is lieing cultivated by Archie Cone,
Miss Genevieve Deardorf, of Irving, «he will «|«* ih I the Summer. She ao-
Mi# Ella Champlin, ol Sheridan, re-
who lives near. Mr. Sidney Hays has ' turned Monday morning after a week’s Ore , is the guest of Mr. and Mr». W. <x>mpatii<*»l the remain» »4 her father
a tine vegetable garden; Mr. Barton oc visit with her aunt, Mrs. Estelle O. J. McNeil, of Foater Road.
who died the Hr»t of the year, which «he
cupies the Johnson bungalow, the entire Rivers, of Nashville Station.
Be sure and take in the June Sale of i« taking hack to their former home for
acreage being under cultivation.
Mr». Dillard, of IVnver, Ooh»., who the Methodist Ladi»«' Aid, to be given
Mr. Erbe and Mr. Albright are both has been a house guest of Mrs Alice at the church on Friday of next week.
Mire Ruby Woodworth, of Mill Si.
from our Stock that we want to tell you alxtut
very patriotic, each having a tall Hag- Robinson, 7022 Millard Ave., left last
Mr. and Mr». Frei! M. Peters, of whom» engagement to Earl Ryder, of
pole in front of their homes, from the Monday evening for her home, in re 8115-ii6th Ave., 8. E., enjoyed a motor Portland, hae recently been announced,
top of which large Hags are Hying
sponse to a telegram from ner son, whose trip to Rainer, Ore., on Sunday last. wm Riven a miscellaneous shower on 1
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hedrick enter wife is very ill.
Mnt F. M. Jaaper, of 83rd St., S. E., Thursday evening of last week by a
that we carry a complete line of
number of her friend«. Mr. Ryder i«
tained Mrs. Winnifred Scott Riggs and
Mrs. Myra Zehrung and Mrs. A. J. who has been quite ill with pneumonia
Mias Josephine Morrell, both of Seattle, Hollingworth motored to Brownsville for the past two weeks is rapidly im- a member of the Reserve Cori* of Civil
Engineer» and exj»ecta to leave with his
the latter being formerly from Tennesee. this week.
company the firut of the week.
through the Rose Festival. The ladies
Miss l*ansy Full. teacher in the Ia»nts
Miss Ruth Smith, of 6sth St. and 57th
are both cousins of Mr». Hedrick. Little
Mr». A. F. Hershner, of 5913 5l»th
Ave. has been spending a few »fays with school went to St. Helens last week
Mary Margaret Hedrick made her first
is arranging to leave the city
her father on ttie ranch.
where she will spend some time visiting
tnp in public upon this occasion and
July 1st, for Rockaway, where »he ha»
Georg»' Miller, of the Foster Roa»l
was much admired by all who saw her.
a lieautiful sjiartment house on the
Dr. E. S. Hamel. Associate Editor of beach. She will tie aliaent during the
Pharmacy, left last Tuesday (or Cloud
time to paint house
Mrs. James McVey, of 71st Ave., has
Cap Inn, where he will make hi« head the Warrenton News, Clatsop County, months ol July and August
b»*en entertaining Mrs. Geo. Ainsworth
Cxime in and set* us, or phone and we will send you a man to
quarters as guide on the North side of made this office a pleasant call on daughter,
Frances, is visiting her
and her daughter and son, of Oregon
Mt. Hood during the climbing season. Saturday afternoon.
give you an estimate on the amount of paint needed.
sisters, Mrs. M. Tellefson and Mrs. B.
City, for several days, The ladies were
IX) IT NOW!
His former experiences as guide on Mt.
girlhood friends back in Wisconson.
Hood make him particularly fitted for County. He has been away for nearly will return in time to accompany Mrs.
Mrs. Clarence H. Farris, of "1st Ave. this work.
three years and his friends are very Hershner to the Reach for the Summer.
lost her gold watch on her w ay to I.«'rite
glad to meet with him again.
one day last week, but was fortunate
thing we want to tell you about is the
Mrs. Lonebnry, of R.wkwood, near
who has l>een driving the Shasta water
Little Miss Frisha Gates, of Lents,
enough to recover it through a small boy
wagon in the Mt. Scott district, was ac left Wednesday afternoon for Gaston,
who found it soon after it was missed.
Mr». Hick«, spent the day in town
cidentally killed near Oswego last Sun Ore., where she will spend her vaca.
Saturday, guest« of Mrs. Minnie Hyde
Master Kenneth VanOrman, of Sandy, day. The cause of the accident was the
visited with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and
and her parents. Mr. and Mr». G. II.
breaking of the steering g»‘ar Mr. Beck
C. P. McGrew took a party of anglers Goodenough, of 94th Si.. S, E. Mr».
Mrs. kidney Hays and his cousin. Miss man leaves a widow and three small
Come in and hear these wonderful instruments play, or if
to Scappoose on Wedne»«isy ami re Hicks just arrived tiie last of the week
you are interested we will send a demonstrating
Vina, last week, the latter returning children.
turned with a nice catch of the finny from New York. She will sjieiid some
machine to your home.
with him to spend her vacation on the
Mrs. F. V. Forbee. of 4867 66th 8t. 8. tribe.
time with her daughter liefore leaving
Grafanolas are priced from $15 and up on easy Monthly Payments.
E. went to Seattle Tuesday to join the
Rev. T. R. Hornachuch is spending for Morrow County where she ex|«ct«
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fisk Gibbons M. G. Johnson party of that city. They
Come in and let us tell you about our easy payment plan.
entertained Mr. and Mrs. Hyiiard, of Se will take a trip to Alaska, returning in the week at Hebo, Ore., where he is to make her home.
attle for several days during the past three or four weeks. Mrs. Forbes an visiting his brother, Rev. E. D. Horn- ■ With over fourteen hundred voters in
schuch. He will return this evening.
thia school district, barely an even hun
week, including the last day of the Rose ticipates a good time on the trip,
Show. Mr. and Mrs. Hyiiard, Mr. friends wish her bon voyage.
Mis» Clara Jasjer entertained a num dred took the trouble to go the |>olls on
Fisk and Mrs. Adah MacFarlain took in
ber of her young friends at her home on Saturday to vote. This doe» not sj>eak
Mrs. Jack Willis is suffering with
the parade, which was well worth seeing
83rd St. Wednesday afternoon, the oc very well for the district, but i« only on
rheumatism. She is at present with her
a par with conditions throughout the
casion being her birthday.
even if rose« were scarce. After the pa
mother, near the Arleta school house,
rade the party returned to the Gibbons
city, only ten per cent of entile registra
being unable to assist herself.
home where several group picture» were
Wahl, Wash, where he will enter upon tion of Portland voting. Probably what
Mrs. Elliott, of the Foster Road Sec
taken and a social time enjoyed.
his duties as pastor of the Evangelical kicking is done throughout the year will
ond Hand store, was a dinner guest of
come from ttie 90 per cent who stayed
A man living within ten mile» of this
Church of that place.
Mrs. Marie Britt on Friday last.
place was apprehended recently and
Summer school is on in the lente
fined J25.00 for going into the hen house
Misses Margaret and Ijtura Hammer,
school in charge of Prof. Kilgore, with
of one of his neighbors and splitting the his place, 6603 Foster Road. He handles
formerly of Lent«, but at present re-
tongue of a rooster with a sharp knife ice sream, tobaccos, etc.
tiding at Klamath Falls, Ore., arrived
teachers. Eighty pupils are enrolled.
because, as he claimed, it kept him
Mrs. Sinnott, whose husbaml haa a
in town the last of the week for an ex
Mrs. Ridemore ami »laughter, of Port
grocery store on Powell Valley Road,
awake at night by crowing.
They are the guests of
won the third auto in the Telegram con land, viaiteo Mrs. W. C. Smith, of 64tb their brother, Jesse Hammer, of Hflth
Ave. and 84th St. on Wednesday. Also
test which closed June 9th.
St., S. E. They have been teaching in
the latter'» mother, of Hepner. Ore., is
the school of Klamath Falls »luring the
Mrs. Holmes and grandson, Robert
spending a few days in town.
past year. Their mother will join them
Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Coffman, of Lenta, Tucker, will go to The Dalles for their
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Howe, of Grays here later in the season. The Misses
have been spending -everal »lays at their
Grossing, left on Monday morning for Hammer are cousins of Herliert Hoover
valley farm this week.
auto trip through the State of who has been placed in charge of the
The Mt. Scott Mental Club met with
Mrs. G. N. Sager spent a couple of
Washington, taking a belated wedding nation's f'xxl supply.
Everv trip that is worth taking
days with her sister. Mrs. J. T. Jewell,
ia worth a K»«lak story The city
of Battle Ground. Wash., during the They are working for the Red Cross.
girl's trip to the country, the
A few cases of diptheria have been re
Miss Katherine J. Perry, of 9503
country girl'» trip to the city, any
girl'» trip to the sea-shore or the
59th Ave., 8. E., in company with
Allen R. Joy Sr., of Portland, was in ported in this locality.
mountain»—in all of these are pic
our midst on Tuesday of this week.
ture «tori«« of the interesting pla
the »lay with her parents, at 4116 64th Sunday last, where she will visit
ce» ami the »till more interesting
M iss Laura Moore left Sun»lay for
St. 8. E. on Tuesday.
friends and relatives.
W. Aimee Hollingworth, A. B.
Monmouth where she will take the
Anil picture taking with a Ko
teachers’ Summer course at the State
dak or Brownie i« very simple—
Mrs. Jennie Blamhard Tuesday evening. in town the last of the week, looking
an»l less expensive than you think
Miss Byrl Matthews, of San Diego, after some business interests ami call
FREE LITERATURE and FREE
Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Rolfe and Mr.
Cal., arrived Monday to visit Mrs. May ing upon old friends. Mr. Lock was
INSTRI'CTIONH in all ptiotO
an»i Mrs. Austin, who have been guests
Woodham, 4522 67th St. S. E. Miss formerly a resilient of Lents.
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. P.
Matthews is a teacher in the (jarfield
Merle B*-rry ami hi« sister, Miss Edith, j
Campbell during the past week have re
We Carry Everything
the Eastman Catalogue
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school, of that city. She will visit friends accompanied by their guest, Arthur
turned to their respective homes at
in the East before returning to California. Wilson, of Utah, ami (.’has. McIntyre,
Cheenv and Oakdale. Wash. Mrs. Aus
Mrs. Geo. Maney of Amity, Oregon, of 94th St., S. E., enjoye»l a ww-k-end
tin Rolfe will remain for a tew weeks.
has been visiting Mrs. E. K. Shaw this motor trip to Canby, where they were
Mr. ami Mrs. P. L. Bliss are sojourn
week. Mrs. Shaw and Mrs. Massey are gm-Ht« of Mr. ami Mr«. Payne.
ing at Hood River for a few weeks.
old time friends both havmg lived for
Mrs. Ruth Hunt, Woodstock Avenue,
The annual school meeting was held many years on French Prairie, north of
fn the Sanitary Arrangement
near the Junction, Mrs. Lina Spencer,
of Our Shoo
at the school house Monday afternoon. Salem. Mr. ami Mrs. Massey now live of Foster Road, and Mr. ami Mrs.1
Out of a jsHsible two hundred voters re on a farm near Amity.
The best is none too good for you
A. D. Kenworthy were among the local
NEW AND SECOND HAND BICYCLES
siding within the district, twenty-seven
The ladies of Lincoln-Garfiel»l corps people attending the Yearly Meeting of
Quick Service, Sanitary Condition«
were present. The meeting was very
went to Meier A Frank’s store Thursday the Friends Church in Newberg on
Satisfactory Work, Moderate Price«
quiet and harm<>nious. T. P. Campbell
afternoon an»! sewed for the Red Cron. Sunday last.
w as elected to soccee»! himself as director
Special Attention to Children’s
Several members of the order live in
Mrs. W. J. McNeil and her guest, .
and David Masters was chosen clerk,
Miss Deardorf. Mrs. Nick Faler, Grand-1
both being elect*»! by acclimation. A
Ttie County W. ('. T. I’, are holding ma Spring ami Mr. and Mrs. H. A. I
CHESTER'S BARBER SHOP
one and one-half mill tax was voted to
make up a deficiency in the estimated an Institute at the Arleta I ongregational Darnall were among the Lenta i>eople
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attending Pomona Grange, which met
Church today (Thursday.)
Mrs. Williamson took her little with Evening Star Grange, Powell Val
Anyway, those citizens who turned
and her chum to the (lakes ley, on Wednesday.
out at the school meeting did their duty.
The h-nts Station Bartier
for an outing Wednesday afternoon, it
J. A. Teeny, is running a spectacular 1
i« now located at the
being a half-holiday for the grocers.
merger sale at his Kern Park store. The !
Our apjietite» «till ...... satisfying The <|iic«lion i«, “whereto get «ati«-
CUT RATE BARBER SHOP
Robert McCoy, a Franklin high school reason for the sacrifice prices he is quot- |
fying eat» at medium prices.” We HAVE THE ANSWER
9137 boater Road Opp I*. O.
«¡The annual school election wa- held student, is spending his vacation in tne ing is the necessity of reducing his stock
It consists of FRESH GROCERIES. PURE GROCERIES CLEAN
on Monday, resulting in the election of country. He reports that be like« it fine. suffii iently to admit of the combining
Shave 10c Hair Cut 20c
GROCERIES and MODERATE PRICES
of ids two stores. Investigate th« gen
Mr. Schroeder to succeed J. W. Thomas
uine bargains which he is offering.
as clerk; H. Battin to emceed E. W.
Lady's Shampoo 30c
Clark as director. Several ballots for
Mr. McKinley, of McKinley A Co., | The Finest in the World and at Less
The blessed sunshine of the past week Hay ami Grain dealers, has sold out his
than you can get it tor elsewhere
director were taken, each resulting in a
the Upper Main St. Grocer,
tie between Mr. Clark and Mr. Battin, is making the hearts of the farmer interest and will probably go East and
FLOYD MURPHY, Prop.
We call and deliver
the question being finally decided by the glad, and if it continues we will soon engage in farming. The I-ents people
flip of a coin. The matter of purchasing hear the sickles click and smell the will miss Mr. and Mrs. McKinley, but
a new school site will be decided at a ! new mown hay.
if they must leave we are glad they are
special meeting to be hel»i in the near
H. C. Ulrich has bought a new going back to the soil.
Chevrolet automobile and is enjoying
Mr. ami Mrs. L. A. Burk, of Tilla-
drives while practicing to learn to
A crowd of local and nearby people
A Well Shod Horse
tmsik. i-njoy«»l • motor trip to towa the I
celebrate»i the near completion of the
last of the week remaining over Sunday
Rarely Goes Lame.
Mrs. Orville Johnson from Oregon
paving of the Oregon City roa»l by giv
with Mr», Burk’s mother, Mrs. M. 1.
ing a dance on the pavement juet South City is staving a few days at the home I^ee, of 57th Ave. Her little sister, Min
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iton’t let your horse suffer from bad
of Kendall «tation Saturday evening. A of her parente, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ul nie Ix»e, accompanied her upon her re
8802-4 92nd STREET S. E.
4615 66th St., Cor. I OSIER ROAAI *
very enjoyable evening was spent.
turn to Tillamook, where «he will speml
Some inconvenience haa been caused XThe citizens of the neighborhood were her vacation.
MATT GREENSLADE, Blacksmith
First <;la»« Service Given bay or Night.
Close Proximity to OmeMrica Enable» Us
to travel by the paving of the Oregon surprised by the presence of a squa»i of
to Furnish Funeral» at a M’.nlmuiu hxpenst.
Mi«» Shroyer, one of the teachers of
Foster Road and 93d St.
City road, as it has been nri.-eeeary to
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the Lents school, left the last of the
A DEPARTMENT CONDUCTED BY OCR SPECIAL CORRE>P<>NDENTS.
Fine Assortment ol MIDDIES, BILLY BURKES and APRONS
Slimmer Shoes, Sandals, Canvas Shoes and Slippers
The Stevens’ Cash Dept. Store
PAINTS AND VARNISHES
■■»111. » nrCT
1 IU> DEO 1
MOUNT SCOTT DRUG CO.
| J TIME
WE TAKE ¡»RIDE
Phoenix Pharmacy, Kern Park
BICYCLE AND AUTO SUPPLIES
C. A. NORWOOD
Murphy Has Moved
WAR CAN’T STOP US
H. C. CARVER
fl. D. Kenworthy and Co. Tnc.