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Mt Scott Herald
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A DEPARTMENT CONDUCTED BY OUR SPECI AL CORRE>|N INDENTS
Paul Hershey, of Portlaml, was in
Lents the laat of th«* week, viaitingat the
Elrml home on 92ml St.
SPECIAL 98c SALE
J. D. Hutchinson, residing one mile
weds, at the home of tiie bride's parents,
Mrx Eiuni* Wilson and daughter, Mr. and Mr». Turple, of the Southwest Noitii of Leuta, is advertising for IOO
tierrypicker» to andat in marketing bis
Mixa Bertha, of Portland ami Mrs. Benda Tremont neighltorhood-
crop of red raanberriea and logantw*rrii*g
Anderson, of Missoula, Mon., were
Miss Buena Magasun, of Tremont,
One hundred new waists including fifty sample waists. No two alike.
Mr. ami Mrs. Burke Beeman and son
guest.« at tiie home of Mr». G. N. Sager spent last Saturday at Mt. Tabor Park
Regular pricw $1.25, $1.39, and $1.49. Special for one week.
Jame», of Kearney, Neb., are viaiting in
in company with a picnic party.
Lents, the guest» of Mr». Beetuan's par
Mrs. C. F. Ki'sterson and little son,
Miss May Johnson visited her cousin,
Kenneth, of Kellogg, an* here tor a few Miss Pearl West berg at tiie Zehrung ent«, Dr. and Mr». McSIoy.
Mr». F. M. Jasper, of S3rd St , 8. E.,
home At Kern Park several days la»t
wivks' visit with friends.
Tuesday for Dundee, where she will
C. G. Johnson, of Centralia, Wash.,
»(>end some time with her »ister while
wm a visitor at the home of G. N. Sager
reeu|>erating from her recent •even*
for a couple of «lays during the fore part
Millar J Avenue.
5827-29 92nd STREET
Near Foster Rd.
of the week.
Mr». Guy Robinson and her sifter,
We will appreciate it if ail our co rrve
Levi Rodlun, of Galea Creek, was a
Miss Day, of 7082 Millard Ave. S E. » pendente will see that their nial ter
Valley visitor on Monday.
left tast Sunday morning for an extend reaches us by Tueedav of next week on
Pleasant Valley Grange held a splendid ed visit with their parents at North account of the Fourth of July, which
meeting last Saturday. There wax a Platte. N’ebr.
i Continued from Pagel)
will lessen the time of preparing for the
good attemiance and an excellent pro
Arleta Novelty Store.
gram A committee was appointed to
Mrs. N. G. Wilcox, of 45th Ave., ami
make arrangemeuta for participation in
year» ago, when Ar let«
92nd St., left last Saturday for Salem, little more than a dream, when
the Field Day Meet, to be held on the
Mr. and Mrs. J. H Snyder, of Mil where sb«* spent the week with her
fourth Saturday of July at Gresham.
only other building in »ite was another
waukee, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. mother, Mrs. Wm. Hinton. She will
The Schmidt boys are building a uew Samuel Allen on Thursday of last week. leave tomorrow (Friday) evening for »tore which wax in course of erection,
Mr. Cham tile»» o(>ened a general
l«arn on their farm. The building will Mrs. Snyder ia Worthy Matron of
Entiat, Wash., where Mr. Wilcox has mere hand me »tore, and the Poet Office
be 36 x 60.
Camelia Chapter No. 27, O. E. S., and secured work.
was later establish«»! in hia place of
attended Mt. Scott Chapter No. 110 on
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Eastman, of business. Today Mr». N. E. Chamblee»
Clatskanie, Columbia County, were in i» conducting the Arleta Novelty Store,
Mrs. St. John, of Rochester. New l-ents the first of the week, guests of and baa a fund of information and
The high wind of last Saturday night
did a great deal of damage to the black York, is the guest of her brother, C. W. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Gixxienough and anecdote concerning the early day».
Mrs. St. Mrs. Hyde, of 94th St, Tln*y wen* on
berry and raspberry bushes, breaking Wagstaff, of Woodmere.
The original »tore waa »old later to Mr.
down tbeeanes and bearing shoot». Tin* Johh was present at the Gessell-Wag their way to Forest Grove to take in th«* Chisholm, while the Poat Ottiee now
G. A. R. State Encanipinent.
cherries were also blown off in large staff wedding.
ha. a separata building, a Superinten
that ia worth taking
quantities, the ground under the trees
'1 he announcement is made of a Stu dent and eight camera Mra. Uhamble»«
dak story The city
being covered with the green fruit.
dents* Musical to be given at Eilers’ now liandie» stationery anil achooi sup
girl's trip to the country, the
The joint meeting of the Young Peo-
country girl's trip to the city, any
girl's trip to the aaa-»hore or tlie
R. W. Smith returned from Butte. by the Students of the Oregon Conser which insure her popularity with all
pie’s Alliances of the Mt. Scott and
mountains—inali of tlirM<are pic
Lents Evangelical Churches on Mt. Mont, last week. He has been appoint vatory of Music this evening. Some of age». She furnished alatiouery for the
ture »torli-» of tiie Interesting pla
Scott in the open air. near the county ed general construction foreman on the the young )>eople participating reside in Arleta School, and in the early daya
ce« amt the still more int< resting
' boarded the tirst school teacher. Prof.
line, was a decided success. Every one Government unit at American Lake, tbe Mt. Scott District.
said, "We will have another open air Seattle. He expects to remain until
L. Magnud, who has spent the past Miller. Mra. Chambless ia wide-awake
And picture taking with a Ko
Good fellowship pre September at least.
six years in Honolulu, where lie has and huatl.ng and ia very disturbed over
dak or Brownie is very simple—
and less ex|H-n»iie limn von flunk
vailed throughout the meeting. About
Mrs. Julia Cloonan. of Chicago. Ill., been eugaged at carpenter work at a the disease» which »4>em to t>e preva
FREE LITER ATI RE ami FREE
10b took part.
and little son, is visiting with relatives
INSTRt CTIONN in all photo
W. A. Ulrich and family spent the on 74th Ave. S. E., Mr. and Mrs. J. M. evening. He will »pend sometime here ua to state that in her opinion tiie
the guest of A. Richardson, of 5716 84th Arleta district is "dying with the gape.”
day on Thursday of last week on tiie Erb.
who is an old friend,
Columbia River Highway. They were
We Carry Everything in the Eastman Catalogue
Mr and Mrs. N. S. Galloway, of 74th
accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ave. S. E., expect to start Jnly 7th on
Claude Coffman left last week* for
Neil Smith. Real tstate.
an extended trip to Mt. Rainier Nation Mill City, Ore., where he will assume
Mr. Smith finds more people are
al Park. They will visit the cities of charge of tbe Hammond Lumber Co’s, looking (or houses to rent than last
Tacoma and Seattle; also, mill. Mrs. Coffman left later in the year, but rentals are rather lower, Ha
Arteta And kern Park.
O’Farrell, I-and Commis week for Bellingham, Wash., where timls the real estate end of his business
Mrs. 8. A. Witbeck and her daughter,
she wi41 spend some time with her is decidedly slow, but the rentals and
Miss L. B., of 7006 57th Ave. 8. £., left sioner of Thurston County, an old time
parents before joining Mr. Coffman at tire insurance lines are profitable. He
Wednesday morning for a vacation visit
An invitation surprise stork party, Mill City.
is very much in favor of tbe paving of
with the former’s son, C. T. Witbeck, a
NEW AND SECOND HAND BICYCLES
Miss I-aura Harvey, of W»th St., who Foster Road, and thinks tiie estimate
under the arrangement of Mrs. J. M.
rancher near Arlington.
has been teaching school at Buell, Ore.,
Miss Sadie Carlson, of 4153 67th St. 8. Erb, was tendered to Mrs. F. H. Blau for the past year returned the last of prepared by .Mr, Disk's office are very
reasonable. His location is good, close
£., returned laat Mondad from a week’s
the week to sjiend the Summer vaca
visit with relatives and friends at La lowing ladies were present: Mesdames. tion at home. Her mother, .Mrs. C. M. to Arleta station, 6514, Foster Road.
Center. W asb.
Albright, G. A. Weigtman, R. W. Harvey, who hax spent several weeks at
Miss Mary Lou Swiney, of 350 51et St. Smith, A. N. Butler, Sidney C. Hays, Buell with her «laughter, accotn(>anied
8. E., called on friends at Nashville Sta Joseph S. Headrick, Adah L. MacFar- her home.
6'07 Hailer l;««<l
One of the intereating merchants of
tion last Tuesday.
D. E. McNeee, of Woodlawn, is spend the Arleta district is Charlie Ormsby
lain, J. Janack and Miss Clara Vaughn.
W,lford Hollingworth, ot 5610 71st St. A bountiful repast was served consist ing from two to four hour» two «lays the crippled vendor of cigars, candies,
8. E., returned home unexpectedly last ing of cakes, salads and other "good eacti week at the Mt. Scott Drug store, etc. He s»*eina to be a general favorite
representing the Van Sickle Rupture with all, and is invariably good na-
Saturday from Cape Horn, as tbe result ies,” with ice cold lemonade.
of a serious injury to a finger sustained
Miss Vina Hays has returned from a Appliance Company. The applian«»*« of tureil. He has l>een established in
Olir ap|M-tite» still need satisfying The qiieation i», "wlien* to get «atis-
in an automobile encounter. The wound week’s visit with relatives at Sandy. this company are not sold at any drug business at 6520 Foster Road in a tiny
fyiug eats at medium prices.” We HAVE THE ANSWER
little store nearly two years.
ed member is slowly healing under med
FRESH g R i »UERI£ x PI RE GRtX’ERIFS < LEAN
guaranteed, which can only rextilt when better this year? Oh, sure! He started
GR<N'ERII> an«! MODERATE PRICES
sold under the personal su[>ervision of in with very little, but has made it pay
The Mt. Scott Park boys, under the
supervision of Prof. Dambacb, director
The Needlecraft Club met on Tuesday their repn-xentatives. There are alrea«iy its way as he went along.
of tbe boys's playground, won a match at tbe home of Mrs. Oldenberg on the several satisfied purchasers in and jieriodicale and notions such as pencils,
tbe Upper Main St Grocer,
ball game with the Lents boys Tuesday Gates Road. About twenty-four ladies aroun«l Lents. Mr. McNees will be in tablets, envelopes etc., also baseball
were present and a very pleasant after
afternoon. S»re, 12 to 4.
his regular stock of cigars, tobacco, and
Mrs. Myra Zehrung and party return
candies. Charlie always rides to and
ed irom their motor trip down the Val
work, bp has his own little three-
ley on Friday of last week, after a series
Music Pupils Presented In Kecitdl. from
wheeled automobile winch he profiel»
of travelling events which included the
A very pleasing local event was the himself.
purchase of three new inner tub«-» and
music recital given at the Methixliet
one outer tire. The jaunt took in
Church at Lents, u|»>n which occasion
Brownsville, Halsey, Corvallis and in
W. M. Heath. Barber.
Mr». Daniels and Miss Hansen present
For two year» Mr. Heath has l>een
ed a number of their pupil». Tbecburch
PHONE TABOR BBB6
The Am ph ion Male Chorus is taking
wax prettily decorated for the occaaion conducting a barber shop, neat and
5802-4 «2nd STREET S. E.
4615 66th Si., Cor. J OSTER ROAD
a Summer vacation. The members ex appointment», which include some very ami a large audience of friend» of the attractive as a barber shop can well Is*,
pect to resume practice when tbe vaca »weeping change».
young |a*r(ormers were present. The at f>622 Foster Road. He finds buxine»»
«'»matarles Enables V»
tion season closes.
following participated : Elizabeth Lind good, but is suffering the Io*» of 27 or 28
nicipal Coutt and legal bureau« and tem
to Furnish Funeral» at a Minimum Its pens«
er, Alice and Ethel Hansen, Guxta
Word has been received from Geo.
porarily the park bureau and Public
Richter, Harold Bleything. Eda Barker, enlisted and gone off to tiie war. In
Miller, of the Foeter Road Pharmacy,
Auditorium. He will sit in a general
that he has safelv reached Cloud Cap supervisory capacity over ad depart Grace Jasper, Elizabeth Sanders, Elaine spite of that he finds business is better
MT ATE MENT
than la-t year, and prosjs-cts are brigtit.
Armstrong, Eugenia Richardson.
Inn preparatory to beginning work as ments.
In addition to the in»trumental »«-lec
guide on the North side of Mt. Hood.
<»f th«* financial condition ol
John M. Mann, Commissioner-elect,
Mr. Alvord, of the Arleta Furniture will be given tiie department of public tion«, little Miss Virginia Daniels de
Ralph Amato. fallor.
store, accompanied by his wife, took his utilities with the Health Bureau added lighted the audience by a couple of little
Mr. Amato has been a resident of this
W. Aimee Hollingworth, A. B.
auto truck to convey a picnic party to to it. Tbi-» department lias been held »ong». Mr. W. Hansen contributed two district for eleven year«, and ha.« Iieen al Portland in the Htate of Or«*i<on, at the
vocal solos to the program, which were
Gorden Creek during the week. They by Commissioner Daly.
in the tailoring business here for eight of close of bulini**« June JO. 1017.
greatly enjoyed. Miss .Mary Thomas
enjoyed tbe picnic dinner and the day
Commissioner Bigelow, a holdover
those. A go«« I <|eal of this time hi* was
spent in tbe open, notwithstanding the Commissioner, who ha» had the depart
located at Anabel, where his house wax
Summer showers that marred the plea ment of finance, will be transferred to
the first to lie built.
He is now Loan* and dlRcount«..
sure somewhat. The following were in the department of public affair.«, with the
located atb&IO Foster Roa«I. The whole Ov«*r<»raft«, *«*curvd and un«ecur«.*d
the party: Mrs. Tibbles, Mr. and Mr». department considerably changed. Tiie
salers’ drummers t«-ll him that he sell»
Rc». Talmr 2421
Gollin». Mr. and .Mrs. Harris. Mr. and principal changes are the addition to it given in a manner to reflect crtxlit upon more g«xxls and uses mor«* material than Furniture and fixture« .
Other real estate owned
Mr». Orgon and Miss .Maud Alvord. A of tiie Fire Bureau and the taking away both the pupils and their instructors. any other little tailor in Portland. Hi* Hue from approved reserve bank«
Each participant was present«^ with a
shower just at lunch time nearly upeet of the Park Bureau.
relies entirely iifion the «piality of his Chf'ck* and other caah item« ... .
the m«>»t important part of the program
g«xx!s and servlet* for return customers. <’a«h on hand
A. L. Barbur, Commissioner-elect,
Other resource* .
4,< I'm sw
but they ha«i a merry time just tbe draws tbe department of public work», the platform.
He is a hustler, a wide-awake busine-i
WE T/\KE PRIDE
Mrs. Danie s and Mi»s Hansen are to
heretofore held by Commissioner Dieck.
man, and intensely interested in the
be congratulated upon the success Of
progress of tin* community.
(n the Sanitary Arrangement
Mi»» Bernice Littenland is very low Tbe bureaus in this department are un their undertaking.
of Our Hhop
Capii«) «torte pah) In
................... 9 15,000 no
with spinal meningitis, the result of ac
The best is none too good for you
cidentally falling off a merry-go-round.
profita, Ir«« ex pen*
Many Other firms.
She is a beautiful child, belove«! by her by tbe Commission to tiie vacancy ere-1
«•■ and tax«** ¡»aid........
Thia article will be continued fr< >m i’o* tn I having* bank «IrpowlU*
Quick Service, HanitaryConditions
ated by the election of Mr. Baker to the
week to week until all tiie many other Individual deposits subjert
position of Mayor, will have the depart
Satisfactory Work, Moderate Price»
A dance and entertainment was held
firms are handled. A few were ‘‘survey- to check............................................ 9AIJW>1 47
ment of finance, held heretofore by Com
Special Attention to Children’«
at W. O. W. hall Tuesday evening, by
ed" in an article several week« ago, Dtnand certificate« of d«*po«it 2W>7 4»
missioner Bigelow. Tiiis department
the young people of tbe vicinity.
Home the past two weeks, and the halimi-i- (*ahhi«*r ch«*ckx out*t*ndlng
also is considerably change«! as to bur
A son wax born to Mr. and Mrs. Wood, eaus. tiie principal change being the ad
will appear later.
CHESTER'S BARBER SHOP
li Ml 47
The annual picnic of the Millard
4147 loth *»t . «urner .,f 42nd Ave. S. E. dition of the City Hall Bureau.
Avenue Sunday School was held la»t
on the 13th inst. Tbe little fellow will
The new officers assume commaml of
Monday afternoon and evening at the
State o! Ori goi^
be known as Donald A. Mother and the city government July first.
V OÍ M 111! riomnh,
l>*nt» playground. Athletic and other YOUR
LAME HORSE < «Itiiii
eon are «loing fine.
I, 11. K. Bl(»y<l, <'anhler of >ht- above na tiled
contest» were held during the afternoon,
Tbe Lenta Station Barber
bank, <1o Rolemnly »wear that the «bove
The funeral of Mr. Benjamin Scho
among the winner» in which were,
i» now lociit«'«l nt the
Rtatement 1« true to the beat of my knowl*
field, '¡I Hi)ls1#ro, wa« attended by the
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lindsey and .Mi»»
A Well Shod Horse
Aldon Jone», Robert Geeen, Mr». Ram-
edge and belief.
CUT RATE BARBER SHOP
relatives who live in this vicinity. Mr. Helen .Metzker, of Gresham, were killed
Il K. Bloyd, Caahlcr.
ney, Glenn Jone», Beulah Miller, E»ther
Rarely Goes Lame.
Harmon McLin’s family were among late yesterday an the rennlt of a collinion
9137 boater Road Opp. I*. O.
i'orrert At teat :
Hollingworth, Emily Fletcher, Paul
those to attend.
of the automobile in which they were
Shave 10c Hair Cut 20c
Jone», Theo Zehrung, Mr». Boroman,
Don’t let your horse Buffer from bad
F. R toiler,
riding with a P. R. L. A P. mad train,
b-la Heed, Mr». Usher, and A. J. Holl
•hoeing. We guarantee every job.
the accident occurring at Hogan station,
Lady’s Shampoo 30c
ingworth. A plentiful and wholesome
just East of Gresham. Mr. Lindsay was
The Hri««t in the World and at Let*
»upper wan nerved about 7:30, after MATT GREENSLADE, Blacksmith
Hubacrltx «I an<l »worn to before me thia 271 h
An informal reception and miscella killed almost in-tantly; hia
than yon can tret it (or i*l»ewliere
which the young people engaged in
neous shower wae given to Mr. and Mian Metzker were hurried to
Foster R«>a<l and 93d St.
Portland volley ball and paraphernalia stunts.
FLOYD MURPHY, Prop.
Mrs. Faye Smith, last week’s newly-
My coinmi.alon expire» April 21, le-JO.
where both have aince died.
OF WHITE WAISTS
YOUR CHOICE 98c SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
Tbe Stevens’ Cash Dept. Store
Our Old Timers
Phoenix Pharmacy, Kem Park
BICYCLE AND AUTO SUPPLIES
C. A. NORWOOD
WAR CAN’T STOP US
H. C. CARVER
JI. D. Kenworthy and Co. Inc.
I HE MULTNOMAH STATE BANK
MILLARD AVE. S. 5
Murphy Has Moved