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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 11, 1917)
•Iderly man, familiar to moat poopla of
thia district aa a “nawaboy” endeavored
to atap from tha car bafora it atopped
and fall againat tha aiactric light pole.
He wax taken to tha hoapital in the
ambulance, but it haa not been learned
how eeverly be waa injured.
Mr. and Mra. A. H. Neleon attended
the funeral of Mra. Pietxold, a friend of
the family, at Hellwrxxl on Monday.
Mr. and Mra. W. 8. Corbett have re
turned from a pleasant trip to Canby,
where they visited their children.
A at ray cow ia doing conaiderable
damage in the vicinity of 66th Ave. and
80tb Ht. The people who have suffered
from these depredations feel that they
should not be expected to tolerate them
but a short time with a smile, as in this |
case smiling does no good.
Mrs. Wright, of 82nd Ht. and 65th
Ave., was suddenly called to the tied-!
aide of her mother at North Yam bi II on -
Monday, she having iraen taken with a
paraletic stroke. Mra. Wright's eon is'
with the Aviation Corps somewhere in
France. He left the flret of Auguat, J
but as yet no word has been received i
The little child ot Mr. and Mrs. Cord- 1
oezun, of 80th St. and 65th Ave. is re- 1
ported to be very ill in the hospital,
suffering with cancer of the head.
Mrs. Ferrell, of 82nd St. was given a
very pleasant farewell surprise party on
Saturday by her friends and neighbors
who wish her happiness and success in
her Bremerton home where Mr. Ferrell
is employed by the government at ship
Mrs. Peterson, of Gray’s Crossing,
has gone to Minnesota to visit relatives.
Mr. Douglas has moved hie f mily in
fo the rear end of the Nelson home as
caretaker of the home and also their
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Burns, of 87th
St. S. E. motored to Scappooss on Mon
r ail right I No on*
o^kdulightfiil weather io
GitAVEL and SAM».
Tomorrow (Friday) being Columbus October In Spy country.
Phone Talrar 2063.
Day lira local bank will Ira cltNMel
Over one mile of plank road, running
throughout the day.
through Cherryville, has been laid.
Miss Muriel Bedell, of flood River, 150,000 feet will Ira laid before the job
was the gusst ot Miso Vivian Julian is Hmshed. Only (2 00 a day is being
during the past week.
paid and bands are hard to get at that
What are you doing with them? Are you let
The 1. 0. U. Club, of Portland, met price, but people ip the neighborhood
them dribble out, a little here and a little there,
with Mrs. H. D, Campbell, of 97th HL, are doing the work for the benefit ot the
that will be of little if any benefit to you?
on Saturday afternoon last.
community. The planks, heavy Hr,
Carroll Templin, who io attending were hauled a distance of, at the forth-
school ut Pacific College, Newberg, erest, some seven or eight miles. C. W.
Or are you keeping them intact so they grow
R|raut tiie week end with the home folks. Wells has charge ol the road crew and
a respectable sum that will count when you see
Mrs. G. A. Jones wax a Ix-nte visitor
Eye Comfort for
the chance for a good investment?
last Saturday. Site formerly resirled ia being done along the entire line.
Reading and Distance
Iram, but in now located at Rockaway Writers tn the Portland papers tell
about the road through .Marmot Iraing
KRYI’TOK Glasses ar« n wonderful Beach.
the most desirable up into the moun
convenience to middle-aged men ami
Mra. Sandstone, of Portland, former
tains. If they were compelled to ride
women who wear glee»«».
ly of Lents, was a luncheon guest of
You can see both near and far objects Mrs. H. D, Campbel!, of 97th St. on in a high-powered auto they wouldn’t
through KRYPTOKH with ••<|iial dis
care to take another trip very soon.
tinctness. Yet KRYPTOKH cannot lei Friday last.
Cherryville is now on the map as this
distinguished from single vision glasses.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Albrecht have side of the river will doubtless be the
recently moved into their home at 5913 main thoroughfare for the trip around
■ H6lh Hl. S. E. They have been residing the loop, connecting it with the Colum
for some time on 71st Ave.
bia acenic highway.
Mr. I. E. Alien, of 56th Ave. 8. E.
The writer recently had the pleasure
who has Iraen quite ill for some time at of a trip over the Columbia Highway on
and Hie nuisance of removing your read his home ia slightly improved at this a beautiful bright day. Nothing that
ing glaaaes .-vi»rv tun« you look across
the room or at a <1 Iatan e. Tiiey relieve writing. He is under the care of Dr. has been written or said about this
the tiring strain tl|xiii your eves caueed McHloy.
grand and unsurpassed scenic route has
by frequently looking through your
About twenty of tiie friends of Miss tieen exaggerated or overdrawn in the
reading glaaaea, at objects three or lour
Esther Mitchell gave her a surprise at least. Thousands of |>eople throng the
KRYPTOKH ar« solid lenses without tier home on 91st St. on Friday evening route, especially on Saturdays and Sun
seam, lino, or blur. Tiiey are the only last. The evening waa sfrant at games. days if the weather is at all favorable.
bifocals with smooth, even surfaces— R«fri*s>im«iitH were served.
The waterfails are a beautiful sight,
no age-revealing, vision-blurring lines,
Mr. and Mra. Spiro Starfas, of 9511 especially the Multnomah Falls. Hóree-
seams or shoulders.
53rd Ave. 8. E., are the proud parents tail and Wakenna.
P. T. Shelly, of Sandy, lias sold out
' of a young daughter who arrived at
their home on Friday evening ot last the mail route runnning through this
week about 11:0t> o'clock. Mother and place from Sandy to Welcber. The
DR. GEO. B. PRATT,
purchasers are Hazelmander A Senske,
baby are doing nicely.
Rev. and Mrs. W. B. Moore, formerly loth stirring young men who are
263 Alder St. between Oth and Broadway of the Lenta Methodist church, were cir- prompt and obliging and will drive
The thirty-fourth annual convention
| I'ulating among their friends here he through on schedule time.
of the State W. C. T. U. was held at
first of the week. They dropped in at
Albany the 3rd to the 5th of the month.
j the Adult Bible claea meeting al Mrs.
It wax a very successful convention not-
I Nellie Woodworth’s Tu<»»< lay evening.
Mrs. Mahoney, of Gilbert, who ha» with standing the work of the usual four
Mrs. M. 1. Irae, of 57tli Ave. S. E., recently taken up her residence in the days eession^was crowded into two and
entered the Multnomsh hospital Satur house formerly occupied by the Bunce one-half days. For business dispatch
day, where she will undergo a surgical family, had tiie misfortune a short time and efficiency it was a model meeting.
o|>eration. Her daughter, Mrs. L. A. | wince to run a needle into her hand The spirit of genuine patriotism prevail
Burk, of Tillamook, came the last of the while sewing and breaking it off". It ed the entire program.
week to look after iier home interests became very painful and threatened to
The Plan of Work Committee gave a
cause more or lese trouble. An ex-ray very comprehensive practical plan
during her stay at the hospital.
A. M. Lull, of Salem, formerly of 51st examination waa necetwary to locate the which waa adopted with enthusiasm.
Ave. near Firland made a call at the piece of a tee I which was removed as soon The Resolutions were a setting forth of
baa moved to
Herald office Monday p. tn. His son, aa found. Mrs. Mahoney is now im the declaration of principles of the or
904-5-6 Broadway Bldg.
Santhel recently came home from Calif proving rapidly and will soon have the ganization; the key word was National
ornia sick. At iirwrnt be is not confin use of her hand again.
Phone Main 3142
The many friends of Mrs. Bateman in
D. Anderson, the father of the Oregon
ed to his room all lira time. Mr. Lnll
He haa added >20oo worth of the
is planning a deer hunt for the latter tiiis vicinity will be pleased to learn that dry law, was a visitor and was received
latest electrical equipment includ
fart of the week, which waa defered recent letters received from her announce with great handshaking. His address
ing a static, a high frequency
from an earlier date on account of the tiiat ehe is well and enjoying her stay in was an inspiration. He paid a great
Diathermia and an Alpine Ray
machine with which be Is able to
Michigan, although greatly desiring to tribute to Frances Willard and to the
Grandma Forsythe, of 90th St. re see her Gilbert friends again. She has W. C. T. U. as the leading spirit in the
brights disease, hardening arter
ceived tiie word this morning that a spent the summer with her sister in victories gained.
ies, all nerve abnormalities, re
It was with great reluctance that the
flouncing 9-lb. boy arrived at the home Michigan and as yet is uncertain aa to
lieve skin trouble and stimulate
of iier son, Alfred E. Forsythe, on Mon the time when site will return to Oregon. delegation gave np the past president,
Probably the moot complete
day morning of this week. Mr. Forsythe
The Congregrtion of Bennett Chapel Mrs. Jennie Kemp, who bad given s ch
electrically equipped physician in
formerly resided in Lenta, having are planning to unite wiU> the Method masterly leadership snd had proven
married here about two years ago. He ists ot l^ents in a reception to Mr. and herself so great a captain. Mra. Kemp
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haa many friends who will congratulate Mrs. Jasper, the pastor and wife, which has accepted a position under the
him over this tine addition to hie family. will be held in the Lenta church on Fri government, connected with the Hoover
Food Administration Board, herappoint*
Mrs. Foray the formerly resided in the day evening.
ment coming from the government.
Morita villa district.
Mrs. Fiances M. Swope, of Arleta,
Mr. Ernest Dutzenrod of Spring Val
formerly a resident of Lents, is her
ley, Minneeota has been visiting his
The Indies’ Aid met last week at the successor. Mrs. Swope comes to the
aunt, Mrs. Sarah Spalding of 90th A
Caretul study is needed in shoeing
of Mrs. Clark. The following of leadership well trained and having fill
Woodstock Streets. He haa been visit
any horse. We make a specialty of
ing relatives in this state since last ficers were elected to serve during the ed many responsible positions. Mrs.
studying your horse, hie disposition
■March and on completion of his educa coming year: President, Mrs. Miles; Ada Jolly, also oi Arleta, was chosen as
The Lents Milliner
and his needs, anti guarantee uot to
tion in tiie East expects to return again, vice-president, Mrs. P. J. Johnson; sec State Treasurer. Mrs. Mary Tuthill, of
injuie thetenderest feet.
as lie is well pleased witli the climate retary, Mrs. Pomeroy; treasurer, Mrs. Roseburg is the new Recording Secre
Adkins. The next meeting will be held tary. Mrs. Madge Mears, of Shedd,
MATT GREENSLADE, Blacksmith here. Miss Rosie Gill of Deer Island, a ■>n Wednesday of next week at the home
Linn County, was re-elected as Cor
niece of Mrs. Spalding also visited with
Foster Road and 03d St.
of Mrs. Johnson.
her part of last week.
The Parent-Teachers are to hold a
Mrs. Christina Sommerfeldt attended
business meeting on Friday evening at the convention as a delegate from Mt
The Price of Bread.
Scott W. C. T. U. Mrs L. F. Additon,
Hie school house.
Europeans are buying war bread more
Mrs. Ham is visiting relatives and also a member of Mt. Scott Union, was
cheaply than Americans. With Hour
an officer of the County organization
to meet you personally, but if unable
Prepare for Winter, get your
milled from American wlieat, bakeries i friends in Seattle, her former home.
to call, our telephone
Two of our leading daries are chang and by special request did the publicity
of Great Britain, France, Italy and
work for five papers.
Belgium are telling bread at from 00 to ing hands. Mr. Ming, of the Rock Home
Mt. Scott union mot on Tuesday af
100 per cent less than thia country’s dairy, has sold out to other parties who ternoon at the home of Mrs. Geesell.
white loaf compounds. These figures
The meeting was called to order and at
. are given by Representative Keating,
once adjourned in order that the union
B. F. MILLER
Colorado, father of the child labor bill, to turn their milk business over to might attend the reception which the
is at your service. We always have a full line of
The Lents Plumber who, with other congressman, asked: others. Mr. Hickey’s continued ill Arleta nmon were giving the new state
i “Why not 5-cent bread in America?” health is largely responsible for his dis-
president, Mrs. Swope, at the Laurel
5956 »2nd St.
j in Great Britain 32 ounces of bread sell continnaneegof the business, although wood Congregational church. The af
1 for 11 cents; in France 35 ounces for 9 with the assistance of Mies Davis he ternoon was greatly enjoyed
cents; in Italy 35 ounces for 8 cents and has carried on the business for some count of this reception appears else
WE TAKE PRIDE
' in Belgium 35 ounces for 11 cents. In time in a satisfactory manner and their where in this issue.
I Washington, D. C., 14 ounces sell for 10 customers regret the necessity of a
fn the Sanitary Arrangement
“Rememlier,” said Keating, change. Mr. Winters, Mr. Peterson and In the Circuit court of the 8tate of Oregon,
of Our Shop
, “that the grain which goes in this bread Mr. Crookehank are all doing a good for Edward
Westfall, Plaintiff, vs.
The best is none too good for you . was raised and sold by American farm- business, but with the present prices of Grant, Defendant.
Quick Service, Sanitary Condition»] I era; tiiat speculators anil middlemen feed and supplies there is apparently no ant:
Still Moving ...
In the name of the State of Oregon: You are
Satisfactory Work, Moderate Prices I made their regular profits; tiiat freigiit
required to appear and answer the com-
Bread is one commodity the cost of hereby
Was paid to the seaboard and tiie high
Special Attention to Children's*
plaint Hied against you in the above entitled
within six weeks from the date of the first
Piano and Furniture Moving.
est cargo rate in history expended for which can Ira materially reduced. Fifty suit
publication of this summons, and if you fail
Long Distance Hauling.
its shipment across the Atlantic. What lbs. of flour will make 75 loaves. With to appear and answer sai»l cause and complaint
on or before the 22n»1 day ot November, 11117,
CHESTER’S BARBER SHOP
reason can be assigned, then, for the Hour at $3.00 a sack thecost of the bread the plaintiff will ask for a decree against you
The One-Way-Charge Company
the relief prayed for in his complaint, to
fact that bread is sold cheaper 5000 would be 4 cts. a loaf. If a housewife for
equipped to handle Dienic
wit:—For a decree setting aside and cancelling
miles away from the original wlieat field
plaintiff ami wife to defendant to lot three
is not equipped to do so, there are others block
See U* For . . .
PERSONALITY IN SUIT:» : than it is at home?
i‘2 Holbrooks addition to St. Johns,
ERNEST E. HATTER
Oregon: for a decree cancelling the notes given i
Made to fit any figure
WOOD AND COAL
6334 84th Street S. E.
' of tiie country need. Those above the deliver 50 loaves of bread, retaining 25 mortgage secured thereby, said mortgage be-i
i ng recorded in book M at page Sos. mortgage
Lady or Gentleman
Tab. 1424 D61
1 ranks of workers are able to eat, even
8222 Foster R.
records of Wasco County, Oregon: to cancel
Portland Stand: Bdw-y. 962, A 1962
coat 6 cts a loaf, while the 25 the d eed made and executed by defendant to
FABRIC and WORKMANSHIP GUARNTEED if they are overctiarged. But the man bread
plaintiff to a ranch In Wasco County, said
loaves retained for work would cost 12.50 deed being recorded in volume M at gage tS3.
who labors should have his table pro
The Lents Station Barber
records of Wasco County, Oregon. For
at bakery or store. The only question ■lead
Old Suits Cleaned, Pressed
judgment against you for the sum of *2SK JO
tected. A food regulation which means
is now located at the
When in Lents
is how to get housewife No. 1 and No. 2 money advanced and paid out by plaintiff and
cheaper wheat for the farmer and cheap
for a judgment tn the sum of X">00 on, damages
together. Who will suggest?
sustains»! by plaintiff, for his costa and dis
er flour for the miller and baker but
9137 Foster Road Opp. P. O.
F. F. EHRLICH
bursements incurred herein, and tor such
other and further relief as to the Conrt shall
which does not reach.down to the masses
Get Your Meals At The
Shave 10c Hair Cut 20c
seem just and e»|ultable. Thia summons la
LADIES AND GENTS’ TAILOR
of the people, is a farce. The people
served upon you by publication thereof, pur
0134 FOSTER ROAD
suant to an order of the Hon. J. P Kavanaugh,
who find their bread prices do not tall,
The Peters and Thomas families of judge of the above name»! Court, made on th»'
Lady's Shampoo 30c
despite great promisee, will be more 60th Ave. took a delightful auto trip on 10th »lay of October. 1»17, directing said sum
The Finest in the World and at Lees
mons to be published once a week for six con
disappointed than if no effort had been Sunday as the weather was much too secutive weeks in the Mount Scott Herald, anil
than you can get it for elsewhere
Dip prunes in a solution of 1 teaspoon
requiring you to appear and answer the com
made to relieve them.”—Exchange.
nice to stay indoors, but no success was plaint within six weeks from the date ot thsdrst Also Sanitary Clothes Bleach and full
of soda to 1 gallon of trailing water.
publication hereof of thia summons;
instructions how to use it. No
realized in fishing.
W. K. Royal, Attorney for Plaintiff, <121
Count 30 and remove.
more Blue Mondays
To keep Hies out of the pantry sponge
A. KNAPP, Prop.
Henry Building, Portland, Oregon
An accident occurred at Rayburn
seed, if desired.
Dry in the sun, wind the windows weekly with a weak solu
First Publication October, lllh. 1*17.
tion of carbolic acid and water.
station on Friday evening, when an
or over the stove.
The Optical Shop
Conserve your Funds by Using a Bank Account
Multnomah State Bank
DR. R. A. PHILLIPS
FOR TWO DAYS
Friday and Saturday
OCT. 12 and 13
Everybody buying a hat wi
receive an envelope containing a
present in money.
Price $2.50 to $10.00
92nd Street S.E.
We Prefer.. .
SUPPLIES ANO FIXTURES
Lents Mercantile Co., 5805 92nd St.
ROSE CITY VAN