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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 30, 1918)
CHARLES R. DRAKE, CIVIC WAR
VtHRAN, CAI LID 10 REST
Notice of Sheriff’s Sale
Phone Telior WX)
WM. WOODHAM, Proprietor
KERN PARK HARDWARE CO
Builders* Hardware, Carpenters’ Tools, Tinware, Graniteware, or
anything you may need in the Hardware Line—Also Paints and Oils
Cnn Save you Money on Anything in Our Line.
block North of Kern Park Station
Mt. Scott Car Line
«24 07th Street H. E.
THE PORTLAND BUSINESS MAN
who la »ucce^dul surrounds himself with
every available modern tleviae for Having
Ilia time and money. The business man
who fails to use un AUTOMATIC TEI.-
El’HON E »imply closes hi.establishment
to thousands of |»>aaib!e customers lie
may never know the real reason for Ilia
failure in business. THINK IT OVER.
Ixing Distance Everywhere
CALL A 6221
Home Telephone and Telegraph Company of Portland, Oregon
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon
lor Multnomah County.
Cleveland Plaintiff, vs. K. W
ballivi liehrn. Kawutor of the K.Ute of Tillie
Tahiti, bee’*! , In the Htalv of illlnol., I’. W
hvoraen. Mr. b n Kelly and Kva !.. Malt
hew. Kaieulrli with the Will antuixeil of the
Batate of Tillie Io Inn, bee’il, wltlilu the Male
of Oregon. Iiideiui.nl.
Ily virtue of an naerutlou, Juiiunient order,
decree »nd order of aale leaued out of the
aletve euiltled Court In the above entitled
causa, to me directed and dated the 'Jt.lh day
of April, »1», upon a Judgment rendered ami
entered In .aid Court on the IMrd day of April
IVI» In laver of II. Cleveland plaintiff amt
asaln.l K W Keder defendant for the sum
of *4.6.Bi with Inieri .l al the rate ut lo per veut
per annum from th«- ’¿Ird day of April IVI» ami
the further .uni nt Cui.(XI with Intereat al the
rale of n per cent I» r annum from the Vlrd day
of April iw|s. and for the further sum of
coat, ami illahur.ment. amt the coal. <>l ami
upon thl. writ eommamllnit me to make vale
of the following <l«a»-rlbe<l real property
la,la Klghteen I Ik), Nineteen t IV, amt Twen
ty <W) «I Bl»» k Hevenleen < 17». Ka.t Hl Johns,
In Multnomah County. Oregon, now within
the corporale limit, nf the city of Portlaml.
Now Therefore, by virtue of .aid execution,
Iudgmont order, decree and order oi «ale ana
n i oiiipllanre with the commands of aal»l writ.
I will, on Monday the loth dar of June IVI», at
|U o'cliH-k A. M . at the east front iloor of the
tounty Court Botine 1» Portlond. Multnomah
County, Oregon, .ell al public auction (subject
l<> reilempllon ». to the hlghe.t bidder for »-cab
In hand, all the right, title ami Inti-re.t which
the within named defendants ami each ami all
of them In the above entitled aulì had on the
1 nd day of March Ivi A. the dal« of the mortgage
herein foreloaeil or .Ince that dale hail In and
to the above lieacrlbed proja-rty or any psrt
thereof, to .atlafy said execution, Judgment
order and decree. Interest, coals and accruing
T. M. HCKI.KCKT
Sheriff of Multnomah County. Oregon
Paled tbi. kt.thday of April IVI».
Flrat issue May vth IVI.
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The funeral of Oh as. R. Drake, aged
90 years anti 10 days, who died Sator
tlay, May 18 at tlie home of hi* son
Charles B. Drake, 1013 m 47th Ave.,8. E
Lent , where Mr. Drake has made
his hotne since the death of his com
panion on November 19, 1917, was held
Monday, May 20 at 2 p. m. from
the Friend. Church at Ix*nts, Rev.
Jasper of the M E. Church officiating,
assisted by the (i. A. R. and Circle.
Interment was in Multnomah Cemetery
in the family plot by the side of his
Mr. Drake was born in Tompkins
County, New York, May 8, I»28. When
a young mau he served his time as a
blacksmith’s apprentice, after which he
owned his own shop an 1 followed
hie trade until August, 1861 when he
enlisted in the United States service.
He was married twice, first to Miss
Euphia B. Lemon, in August. 1846. To
this union were born five children, Jas
N.. Cornelius S., Gideon G., Miles N.
and Lydia B. Drake, of whom only two
survive, Cornelius 8., of fonts, and
326 ALDER ST
Miles N., of Louisville, Neb.
Mr. Drake’s first wife died just previ- j
MIN IWIMY-ONL YLAKS OLD
Good Glasses at Reasonable
oua to his enlistment. Leaving hie
MOSI REGISTI R FOR StRVICE
■ponded to his country’s call by volun
Registration Day—Wednes<iay, June teering. It was while Mr. Drake was
in the service that his daughter Lydia |
Who must Register—Every mau re died. He enlisted in Company 0. 141st
siding in the United States, whether citi New York V'olunteer Infantry, August.
zen or non-citizen, who has reached the 1861. for three years service, and served
Your Eyes are Safe in Oar Care
age of 2i years since registration day continuously except while in the Evans
on June 5th, one year ago
ville, Ind., hospital, where he was sent I
Hours for Registration—From 7 a. m. with 40o comrades, and following which
to 9 p. m. on Registration Dav, Wed he took a 30-day» furlough, rejoining
nesday, June 5th
his company in February, 1862, where
Penalty for Failure to Register—Up he served until June, 1865.
When You Want to Move
to one year IN JAIL.
On August 5, 1865, Mr. Drake was
Call Tabor 7707
Sickness No Excuse for Not Register married to Mrs. Selina C. Slawson, a
ing— If too ill to appear bef'ire your lo war widow.
After thin marriage he
cal draft boar»! to register in person, I nioved with hie wife to Clearfield
send some competent person to explain (2ountv pa To this union were born
circumstances to the board and obtain I three children, William T., Sylvester i
registration card, with authority to till and Clayton B. Drake, of Lents
it out Thin card, after being filled out,
In the fall of 1874 Mr. Drake and
must be returned to local board by your faluHv ,noveil to Dawgon County, Neb.,
representative, or mailed to board with t whic
then the far west. Here Mr. ’. I
9436 Foster Rd. Lents, Ore. 4 4
► tamped self-addressed envelope for re- I)rake homesteaded, but was compelled
turn of registration certificate.
: to aoalldon bja claim on account of wisvisMsMisMimMmsMWiAfflaMMMMs
Absence No Excuse For Not Register- graMhoppers and other conflicting cir-
'ng-i »avoidable ahaeoee trme year ,.umgtancM. n was during his resi-
hom<- district will not excuse failure to | ,lence tbere tbat General Custer aod bis
If you must be unavoidably army wera captured by tbe Indiang.
absent, GO AT ONCE to local board
Mr. Drake moved from Nebraska five
8. C. SMITH
nearest to place where you happen to be, times, finally locating in Cass County
explain circumstances, and registration Xeb Iiear Weeping Water and aJter
LIGHT MILL & CABINET WORK
1 will be filled out by this board and llging there wwal yearg moved t0 Lan. I
Mr» Sarah E. Spaulding left Monday
lor her old home in Spring Valley,
Mr» O 8. Worden of Tacoma, Wash.,
is visiting her daughter, Mrs. II. B. Conn
Mrs. Clyde Fluke and children, of
Maplewood visile»! at the home of Mrs
Clinton Kays last week.
John Nichols aod family have moved
from E. 3!)th ami Belmont to the Crum
a|»artmenta on Millard Ave.
Miss A<ieJe Bottomly of Winlock Wn.,
a former la»nta girl, is visiting here, the
guest of Mrs. Olive Forte. She brings
. the sad news of the death, six weeks ago,
of her brother Edward. George, a
jfotitigcr brother, is on his way to France
us a member of the Signal Corps.
The United Brethren Church will give
a benefit eocial aod entertainipent at the
Arleta school, May 31. The entertain
ment will consist of chimes, trick piano
playing, selections by the Franklin
High School quartet ami orchestra, etc.
Admission : Adults 30eta., children lOcta.
See Us and See
Dr. Geo. B. Pratt
FABRIC AND CORDS
On account of prices advancing, Protect
We carry all popular sizes in stock
Ask for a Road Map—it is free
ALEX. KILDAHL, Prop
8919 Foster Road
and Express Auto Truck
KERN PARK CABINET SHOP
given t to
you. DO NOT DELAY, for
your registration card must reach your
homedocal board by Wednesday, June5.
Registration Certificate—Every man
registered will be given a registration
certificate. For your own protection,
keep thia certificate with you at all
times reedy to ehow on demand; other
wise. yon are liable to arreet on suspi
cion of having evaded registration.
Soldiers And Sailors Not To Register—
The only 2l-yesr-o)d men not required
to register are those already in the Mili
tary or Naval Service of tne United
States. But men 21 years old who have
been discharged from the Military or
Naval Service must register.
German Reformed Church.
The Portland Classis held the annual
conference at Wilsonville the latter part
of last week, the ministers who took
part remaining for the Sabbath services
at that place. Rev. Lienkaemper ma ie
the trip from Lents each day by auto-
Chance for Leadership.
E. C. Carter, in charge of Y. M.
C. A. work in France, cables that the
leadership of a hut in France has
greater possibilities of national ser
vice than most of the bank and col
lege presidents in America, and urges
that only red-blooded men of high
moral character be sent abroad to do
war work for the Y. M. C. A.
Screens, Sash, Windows, Doors
and Picture Framing
i aeter county, twenty miles northwest
of Lincoln, where he bought BAM.
railroad land. He lived there until six
teen years ago thia fall, when be moved
to Ashland. Ore. Not being satisfied
there, he moved at once to Portland,
bought property in Lenta thirteen years
ago, and resided here until death called
Mr. and Mrs. Drake united with the
Friends’ Church in Lenta. On AugustS,
1915, they celebrated their fiftierh wed
ding anniversary, which was a very
unique affair, and was attended by
their relatives and many friende here,
services being in the Friends’ Chusch.
Mr. Drake on the night before bia
death asked for the old familial hymn,
“Savior, More Than Life to Me,” and
tried to sing with the rest. His last
words were “My Savior forgives mv
shortcomings and I am ready to die.”
Mr. Drake was the only surviving one
of a large family and Ieoves three sons
to mourn his loss. Miles N. Drake of
Louisville, Neb., and Cornelius S. and
Clayton B. Drake, of Lente, Ore., and
Residence Phone : Tabor 4602 •
Shop Phone: Taboi 7576
46:13 67th Streets. E.
For A Home
R. C. WALTER
5843 Foster Rd., Myrtle Park St*.
Real Estate and Rentals
We often bave exceptional bargains
Why go down town for
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS
Shoes, Hats, Corsets, Etc.
when you can buy them lor lees at
Mrs. Patience Woolworth.
Mrs. Patience Wool worth passed
away at her home, 7142 43d Ave. 8 E.,
May 22, and was buried in Multnomah
Cemetery May 24. The funeral services
were held at the I^urelwood Methodist
Episcopal Church, Rev. Brackenberry
J. A. TEENY’S
STAND BY OUR FIGHTING MEN
—From hundreds of thousands of American farms, in
answer to the call of their country and in obedience to
the Jaw of their country, American boys have gone
and to-day are fighting side by side with hundreds of
thousands of American boys from the cities and towns
of the country, confronting danger and death
■ NOCH MOSCAN**
JI. D. Kenworthy & Company
Phone Tabor 5895
THIS SPACE DONATED BY
5802-4 92nd Street S. E.
4615 66th St., Cor. Foster Rd.
MULTNOMAH STATE BANK
War Savings Stamps
Still Moving ..
ROSE CITY VAN
The One-Way-Charge Company
See (Je For .
WOOD AND COAL
Tab. 1424 D 61
8222 Foster R
First-Class Service given Day or Night.
Close Proximity to Cemeteries Enables us to hold Funerals
at a Minimum Expense
Williams Realty Co
Phone Tabor 5267
Ih ri fl Stamps and
COME AND SEE US
8206 Woodstock Avenue
— The duty of us who remain at home in safety to
afford the means to make these boys powerful and
victorious is a most imperative one.
We have the Buyers, you
have the Property
APPLY AT ANY
KERN PARK STA.
Solicits your Property for
Sapolio doing its work. Scouring
forU.S.Marine Corps recruits.
6602 Foster Road
Tab >r 760
Arleta Baptist Chiarch.
S:«A a. n. Bible Brbool. 11 a. m. Preaching
service 7:» p. m
p. tn. B. T. P. U. (Senior end Internedlae> S OI
p m Wednesday Prayer meeting. leery body
welcome to all of these aervleee. Bev.W. Garnet
Beoaiev, I*» lor, SSM. tStb Ave