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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 23, 1917)
Mount Scott Herald
Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Davis and
daughter, Miss Minnie, and Mr. and
Mrs. Wright Davis left for a week's
outing Sunday, the 19th Inst.
Mr. Wm. Gilbert and his brother and
their families have gone for a vacation
to U ms coast. They expect to bare a
g'xxl reetful time.
J. J. Hulier is out with a new auto.
Mrs. Himebaugh has a lady friend
visiting her for a month's stay.
Mrs. R. Henderson wan able to go to
the city unattended last week. Her
“shut in" life is ended.
Two former residents, Mrs. Valentioe
and Mrs. Maytie, were out visiting old
friends last week.
Mrs. Hteiger returned last week from
a week’s stay at Seaside. She reports
the beach as crowded.
Mrs. W. H. Handers, <*t 83rd 8t. 8. E.,
left oa Friday of last week tor H«-aule
and Mildred Volti
where she will visit relatives and friends.
have returned from a two week’s stay
GRAVEL and HAND. It. Heytiug.
Mrs. 11. F. Heely, of 91th HI. 8. E., re
Phon«» Tabor 20113.
fill turned Haturday from Eastern Oregon, in Tillamook county, on a Bay Ocean
where she has «pent tlx’ Hummer with
FOR HALE—FARM LANDS.
The many friends ot Miss Edna Bley-
The Govcriiiiienl tired» Farmer» as her son.
thing gathered at her home on the 3rd
well as F'i|«litMrH. Two million thnw
Mrs. Roy Courtright anti sons of inst. greeting her when the returned
hundred lliouasnd At'iw of Oregon A
California Itailroud Co. Grunt Lands. lente, left the Inst of tin» week for from choir practice. Hhe was given a
Title revested in United HluU-s. To Ite Westport, Calif., where Mr. Courtright |>lea»ant surprise and a shower of many
opened for homosteml« and sale. Con
useful things in the line ot towels, doi
taining «mie of t hu I »-«I Igni! left in ! is working.
the Unltaxl Stat«*. Large Copyrighted j Mr. anti Mrs. Miller French, ot lies, scarfs and dishes. Refreshments
Map, »bowing lami by aii-tionx and PtwMtum Trot Farm, Ln Fryette, were were served, after which the guests de
description of soil, climate, rainfall, I
elevation», temperature, etc., by conn- I Suntiny guest» nt Mr». Minnie Hyde, of parted, all joining in wiahing Ml-« Edna
health and happiness.
Postpaid, One Dollar. Grant 94th street.
luiml» Ixx-ating Co. Box blu Portland,
Mrs. Anns Bn«» nnd her brother, 1 R. E. Thoma«, of tiflth Ave., has pur
Carroll Tnmplio. of 82nd Kt. 8, E., chased a little Maxwell roadster, which
WANTED—Piano pupils: Beginners spent the pn»t ireek nt Ocean Lake j he finds very useful in going to ami
a s|M»<'i»lty. Term» rea»onabls. Studio Park, returning on Haturday.
from his work at the Brooklyn shops.
at 0719 Brilliant Hl., at Woodstock Ave.,
Mr. and Mrs. W. 8. Corbet have re-
Mr. Bloyil, of tbe Multnomah Stale
Lents, Ore Mary R. Lockhart
FOR HALE—V« acre with good il-rootn Bank, left the first ot the week tor turned from Canby where they have
social given by the
hoi i no finished thriioul, just outside the Kelso, Wash., where he will s|»»nd a been visiting their daughter.
evening was a suc
Mr. Bletyhing has returned from
city limits in N. E. part of lamia Price week or ten day» rualicating on the
cessful snd enjoyable affair.
I American Ixike, a sore hand making it
|76O. Mortgage for
at H per cent
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Clark returned
E. E. Ulrich, of 80th 8»., in al the j impo»»i>ile for him to work.
for 2'years. ?2.'>o saves this good home.
the first of the week from a week’s out
St. Vincent’s hospital wiiere be under
Inquire at the lieraid OiBoa.
Mr. A. H. Nelson has resigned hi»
went an operation for ap|>en<iicitis on portion with the Southern Pacific R. R. ing st the beach.
FOR HALE:—BEST LIVE BODY FIR
Mrs. Pomeroy ha« returned from a
of last week, He is getting Co. and gone to work with theO. W. R.
visit to friends and relatives at Wood
W. IL HINES, LENTS, Ore Phone along nicely.
A N. in their shops.
J. Allen Dunbar, of the «H raid,”
Sunday, the ftth inst. was the birth burn. Baby Pomeroy baa about recov
day anniversary of Mrs. R. E. Thomas, •»red from her recent auto accident. By
FOUND—A ring. Party proving own
ership may have it by calling at 4804- Yamhill County, joining bin wife and and alao the 18th wedding anniversary an x-rayexamination it is found to be
daughter who are visiting relativis at of herself and Mr. Thomae. They were not quite so serious as at first supposed.
hfttii Ht. H. E.
Mrs. Billings of Mohler, Ore., hss
given a pleasant surprise in the form of
FOR HALE— Household furniture, in
W. A. Burns, of 87th St., returned an invitation to accompany their friends been visiting her sister, Mrs. Miles.
good condition, practical!» new. Will
sell cheap. Call evening» alter seven. the first of the week from Alaska where Mr. and Mrs. Tamerlane and eon, Rex,
Master Levi, son of Mr. and Mrs.
IM8ftb7thAve H E. Tabor AIM
lie has been working lor the past four of Montana Ave., in Overlook Addition, Miles, met with a nearly serious acci
inontiiN for Libby, McNeil A Libby, on a trip up the Columbia Highway to dent the first at the week in a collision
Eagle Creek in their l>eautiful new sev with an auto. His bicycle was badly
Miss Martha Isler is expected to re- | en passenger Case. A most enjoyable demolished but he escaped serious in
turn from Turner, Ore., thia evening. : day was «|>ent, dinner and »upper being jury.
Mr. Webster who, with Mr. Mew has
Hhe has lieen engaged in nursing and eaten in tbe l>«*antiful grove. The party
been residing at the Mrs. Crim place,
will «|x*nd a few »lays with Mixa Terrell, arrived home at nine in the evening.
Mrs. R. E Thomae, Mrs. A. H. Nel left lor Seattle the first of the week.
l>axtor of the Friends Church.
Mrs. T. J. Kreuder and Mrs. Anna
Mrs. Mamie Cox, fWth Ave., expects :
Mr. Mew is somewhat recovered from
to leave on Saturday lor American Lake Rogers, of (Lents Grange, attended tbe a recent attack of heart trouble.
to visit her hiuband who ia engaged in meeting of the Woman's Grange Club,
Mr. Hickey is recovering from bis
work at that place.
She will visit in the public library on Friday, the 17th long illness, being able to make daily
friends in Seattle before ««turning home. : inst.
trips in their new auto delivery.
Geo. Howe, of Gray's Crossing, who
Mm. A. 8. Kneutaon and children, of
(Too late for last week.)
Seattle, are visiting in Lento and will re has enlisted in the Engineer Corps, has
The Parent-Teacher Association gave
main for a counle of weeks. They have gone to American Lake.
Mr«. Keller and her mother, Mr«. an ice cream social in the grove at
lieen the gu<*ta of several pleasant little
! luncheons which have been given in Dixon, have returned to their home on Johnson Creek on Saturday evening
last, which proved to be an enjoyable
The Ladies’ Aid contemplate a
The Woodmere Parent-Teacher Asso
Much interest is aroused over the
can tie simply and permanently cured I y Fairy F'Mtival and "Charlie Chaplin" ciation will have a special meeting on repetition of this program on Saturday
to be given this evening at the Thursday at the home of Mr«. Stoner, evening of this week.
PHYSICAL METHODS parade
Mr. and Mrs. Thomson, of Seattle,
la»nta playground. Many local people 7411 ftVth Ave.
visiting their son of this place.
are planning to eat their lunch at the
Woodmere school hax had a new coat
Mr. Green baa been unable to
deal direct with the CAUSE of disease
in the local church for
and not Its SYMPTOMS and assist na
Tbe Royal Neighbors Crochet Club some time, but it has been filled each
ture to do the work she ajmis is able to ily returned ths first of the week from
perform SEND FOR FREE BO >KLET a two W»eks’ vacation auto trip through met at the home of Mrs. Geo. Bleything Sabbath by a substitute, so there is
Stops were made on Tuesday afternoon. There were 18 regular services every Sunday evening
or call and consult me FREE.
at various points, They bad great suc- preeent and all had a fine time and a and Sunday school at 10:90 a. in. All
are invited to attend both services.
cee« at fishing and thoroughly enjoyed bountiful dinner.
Mrs. J. 8. Bailey has just returned
C. 8. Bradford, Rev. T. R. Homs- from a visit with her daughter, Mrs. K.
THE AI.IHKY RLDG.
chuch and Mr. Gilbert and family, all Ksndel, at Skamokawa, Wash.
Phone Main 3140
Portland. Ore. of Lente, comprised three auto f>artie«
There are some clouds hanging around
tbs horisoa, but it seems as hard to
enjoying a trip into Tillamook County
Some of the
during the past week,
Mrs. Wm. Bischoff is home from the start raining as it was to stop in the
Chances are your bowels party went to the coast, the others hospital after undergoing an operation Spring.
and staying then* for four weeks.
Miss Dorothy Couper has gone to
are not doing their dnty stopping at Mt. Hebo
where she expects to secure
aa they shoold. They will
8. K., left the first of the week for was operated on for chronic appendicitis employment with the same Company
j to 8AN-TOX
Banks, where she has secured a position on Thursday of last week.
He is doing where her father is employed.
laxative Tea. Simply steep with hot
Mite Augusta Kants ot Portland, was
and expects to remain throughout the as well as can tie expected considering
water. Pleasant to lake ami effective in
out last week and went on a trip to
coming the year. Ska will be areally the nature of the operation.
action on liver z-w
Wild Cat with a pa ty from here. They
and bo« el».
/ O Y mimed by a large circle of friends, who H. C. Ulrich, wife and daughter, enjoyed
the trip snd had a magnificent
nevertheless wish her succmr .
Price 2ft rents
Edna, will leave Friday, August 24 th,
direction. They eav ther»
Wilbur Haworth, of Lente, who en- for an extended visit to Eastern Wash
are plenty hucklet»erries, but they are
not half ripe as yet Tiiev will be ready
June served with hie company until it Hartung.
F. R. Peterson & Sons, Props.
about the first of September. Lots of
was drafts»! into tbe Federal service,
N'armor Peterson came home from sheep are runuing contrary to law and
when be was given an honorable die- Seattle last Sunday
He is employed
i charge on account of physical disability, by the Northwest Lead and Machinery it seems the forest ranger-» up there
tie says the Germans won’t get a shot Co.in that city. He left again for Seattle must be remiss in duty.
Mr. Hoover, the Food Dictator, says
: at him and he is glad of it.
at 11:10 Sunday evening.
must eat war bread. All right, Mr.
Mr. and Mm. lU*nsler Wilkinson who
Rev. T. R. Hornscliuch and Leon
left b*nte in the early Spring for Cali Bischoff of Happy Valley left on Mon Hoover, we are eating it here, as “Dad”
fornia intending to remain jiermanently day to look over some dairy land which Miller at the store sells it at half the
price asked (or other flour, and very
have returned, reaching here on Thurs Mr. Bischoff intends to buy.
good bread it makes too. By the way,
day of laxt week and announce that
Mr. Hoover, why don.t you get after
Oregon is quite good enough for them
the Japs in Portland who have cornered
hereafter. Mr. Wilkinson was drafted,
The lawn social, given in honor of the the tomatocrop? There’s a "conspiracy
but was uni>ble to pass the physical
boys of the community who have volun- in restraint of trade."
teervd in their country’s service, by Mr.
Senator Beach says too many mem
and Mrs. T. P. Campbell at their home bers of Congress come to Washington [
on Saturday evening was a most pleas to practice law in both bodies. There
The spacious lawn was never was a truer word spoken. Their
lighted with vari-colored Japanese lan salaries would hardly pay their expenses
terns; seats were conveniently arranged the wav they live and yet many of them |
Where trained apaclaliata with modern lab
A have grown rich serving big interests. I
oratoriaa and adequate equipment lire in- for the convenience of the guests.
etruetlon leading to rallegiate degrees in the large and representative company were They are now fighting the revenue bill
and want to put the enormous war tax
AOIICULTURB, with 15 department«;
An interesting program was rendered on the necessities of life instead of on
COMMERC1. with 4 department;
in the spacious living room.
Miss excessive war profits where it belongs.
ENGINEERING. with • department«. IB
eluding Civil, Electrical. Highway. Industrial Roberta Downing, of Portland, gave
Arts. Irrigation, and Mechanical Engineering: two patriotic readings that were greatly
FORESTRY. laelodlBg Logging Engineer
appreciated. Miss Nina Joy delighted
her hearers with two Ireautiful solos.
HOME ICONOMIOS, with 4 major depart
menta, including training in the Praotiee Miss Henrietta Troge, Miss Florence
Richey and Miss Rolierta Downing also Tubor 3.ST
MININO. with three departmento, I b «1 b 4* rendered several numbers, both vocal
lag Chemical Engineering,
Dr. Wm. Rees
and instrumental. "The Star Spangled
Banner,” "Old Glory” and "America”
THE SCHOOL OF MUSIC, offers instrne
Office and Residence. MS K StXh St.
tion in the principal department« of vocal were sung by the audience.
and instrumental mnsle.
hour followed during which ice cream,
TRI MILITARY DEPARTMENT, earolled
1055 cadets In ¡910 1?, and won recommen cake and punch were served, thus end
dation for O. A. C. from the Western Depart ing a delightful evening.
DR. R. A. PHILLIPS
Our ataaka, chqpa, poultry
•nd fiah are the boat in town.
We supply the boat fami
ment of the U R War Department ao one of
I the fifteen "distinguished institution«*• of
higher learning. All eadeto will he fnraiohod
complete an i for ms by the U. 8 Govornmoat
and the Junior and senior eadeta. enrolled in
the R. O. T. C.. will ho given comaantattea for
Aboiateneo, aa well as all traaapertatlea and
aabaiateaeo at the ail week«* Summer eomg.
BXOI STB AXION
Let Us Supply
ENHMNl HEAT MET
BXOIWS OOT0MS s.
See Club Offer On Page 4
1 MERI by
John Ouy Wilson
Mrs. C. Bruce has returned from a
visit to her son, Mr. Wilton Andri«,
ami his family, at Rend, Ore.
porta them all well and busily hapny.
Her daughter, Mi* Dorothy, who ar-
oompanied her, could not complete her
visit until September 1st.
Mrs. A. A. Rindle has had some ex
3M Ptttock Block
Office Consultation Kveningi byjAjrpointment |
Prof. T. E. Lawson
Plano Lsseons at Ypur Home at 6Oc
perience of late with poison oak, but
latest reports announce that she is fully
He anil Call
Mit «Uh «3
G ood FAITHFUL SERVICE1
at this lumber yard lives op
to its promise to give good
sell you the kind of lumber
you want. Ln proper lengths
ami warrant that both the
material and the bill will
RICE - KINDER LUMBER CO
Miller Mowrey Lumber Co.
Lumber, Shingles, Lath, Sash and Doors, Nails,
Builders’ Hardware, Rooting and Building Paper
Mill at Lents Jet.
100th St., 4 blocks from Foster
May be shown in many ways. One io by economy in the home.
For the coming months. Buy your
FRUIT JARS HERE
ECONOMY, SCHRAM, MASON, and E-Z SEAL
also fixtures and jelly glasses
L. E. WILEY
9040 Foster Road
(Successor to McKinley A Co.)
Hay, Grain, Wheat, Oats, Barley, Chicken Feed
and supplies •! ail Kinds. Wood, Coal and
Briquettes. Heat Scraps and Grit
9326 Foster Road
134 Fourth Street
Wash. St, Opp. Morgan BM».
Are You a Conservationist?
Then take advantage of the dry weather to put your roof in shape
for the rains which will soon come. See me for tin shingles,
valley tin and other roof fixtures. I can supply your every need
in the way of Tanks, Troughs, Poultry Fountains, etc. at prices
that you can afford to pay. I do all kinds of sheet metal repairing.
Stop and Examine before Going Farther.
A. S. PEARCE; The Tinsmith, Foster RcL, opp. P.O. Tab. 5833
Your Personal Appearance
WE TAKE PRIDE
EVERYBODY NOTICES IT.
It’s a fact—you can’t walk along the
street without some one taking note
of your personal appearance. To
present the right appearance you
should wear one of our
HAND MADE, PERFECT FITTIMG SUITS
F. F. EHRLICH
fn the Sanitary Arrangement
of Our Shop
The best is none too good for you
Quick Service, Sanitary Conditions
Satisfactory Work, Moderate Prices
Special Attention to Children’s
LADIES AND GENTS
91?4 FOSTER ROAD
Piano and Furniture Moving.
Long Distance Hauling.
Specially eq nippe»I to handle picnic
parties. Reasonable rates.
ERNEST E. HATTER
6334 84th Street 8. E.
Portland Stand : Bdwy. 962, A 1962
The I A nts Station Barber
is now located at the
CHESTER’S BARBER SHOP
Still Moving ..
ROSE CITY VAN
The One-Wav-Charge .Company
See Us For . . .
WOOD AND COAL
Tab. 1424 D61
8222 Foster R.
When in Lents
CUT RATE BARBER SHOP
9137 Foster Road Opp. P. O.
EVERY FOOT OF
promise to give
Shave 10c Hair Cut 20c
Lady’s Shampoo 30c
The Finest in the World and at Les«
than you can f« it for elsewhere
Get Your Meals At The