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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 30, 1920)
Mor« than 14,100 w< Ights were In- *
the function of advertising, on the
KERN PARK DISTRICT munity sing leader, George Chilson. GOOD BOOKS OFFERED TO
On Friday evening, February «, the
PATRONS OF THE LIBRARY writing oi biography, and many
i.pooled by th« deputy state sealer st
new motion picture equipment at the
OF GENERAL INTEREST weights and m«Mure* during the year ITEMS FROM ARLETA*
other phases of life that alone make
The Arleta Library offers to its the story absorbing to the intelligent
Kellogg school will be used in it*
14» 1». according to th* annual report of
initial performance under the aus patrons the following books, outlined reader.
Principal Happening» of th-J W. A Dani tel, In charge of tb* dt ‘ Mrs. Susan Tidball, of «8th street pices of the teachers organization of by Miss Wil Hutchinson, librarian:
part men t.
and 64th avsnus, who has been ill
"The Lure of Music," by Olin
Week Front All Part» of th*
"Jeremy,” by Hugh Walpole. The
The combined convention of the Par! at her home, is much improved.
Downes. This book speaks in un-
real beauty, tenderness and gaiety of
State Briefly Sketched for rifle Milk Dealers’ association and th*
This evening (Friday) at 8 o’clock childhood is an elusive thing—too technical and entertaining manner of
Mrs. W. D. Ixxrkwood entertained
Information of The Hera’d Pacific Northwest Association of Milk
the beauties ami the meaning of
at a surprise dinner in honor of the there will be a meeting at the Ar elusive often to be caught and
and Dairy inspectors will b* held Feb
music. It tells the reader of the hu
doctor's birthday Thursday evening,
pressed irto wools. By some magic
ruary 3, 4 and 6 In Portland.
away, scout executive, will speak on of his own Hugh Walpole has made 1 man side of the art, what kind of
Construction work al the steam pow
"Boy Problems.” Troop 16 will give live again in "Jeremy" the childhood men the great composers were, how
they lived, what they felt, and the
Mrs. Eva Burdick, of 8604 «2nd a demonstration of scout tactics, and
More than 835U.OOO of th« 8550,000 er plant of the Bend Water A Light
that we all know and that we turn
circumstances which inspired their
road bond issu* of Douglas couuty 1» company Is progressing rapidly and avenue, who recently underwent hos it is hoped that there will be per
back to with infinite longing.
the plant may be ready for power pta- pital treatment at the Good Samari formances by other local troops. In
“The Passionate Pilgrim," by Sam
Th* aiuiual convention of the Chris duction by March 31. The cost of the tan, is convalescing at her home,
addition to these attractions Mrs. uel Merwin.
Mr. Merwin has two
tian and Missionary alliance will open plant will be In excess of 8100,000.
Fourth United Brethren
Mrs. 8. J. Merry, president of the Lina < Jasper, Mrs. Helen C. Jeselson, purposes in writing this novel: To
An application has been filed with
*t Hood Itlver February 1.
the Fourth United Brethren
Ariete W. C. T. U„ announces that
There has been little Improvement in the stale engineer by H. B. Hendricks the next meeting of the Union will from the Monday Musical Club, have demonstrate the psychology of gen- church next Sunday morning Mrs.
the car shortage situation in Oregon and W. H. Woodbury of Waldo for an be held at her residence, 7103 66th been axlced to appear on th- pro- ius. In both he has succeeded to a I C. P. Blanchard will preach on "De
appropriation of water from the west
during th« past few weeks.
marked degree. In doing it he ex- cision." At the evening service her
branch of the Illinois river for the Irt’i-1 avenue, on Tuesday, February 3.
School teachers of llood Itlver have
presses through his characters his topic will be "Dead Broke.” In the
organized an association tor the pur gallon of a small tract iu Josephine
Mrs. Paul Walker, of Seattle, who
The Arleta P.-T. A. meeting will views on newspaper life and conduct, afternoon at 4 o’clock Mrs. Blanch-
pose of securing bettor salaries.
was called to Portland by the illness
on modem municipal government, on ard will conduct an evangelistic ser-
The Hood River Antl-Asiatlc associa of her father, George Snider, 4418 be held at 8 o’clock Tuesday evening, the making of a great enterprise, on ! vice at the Men’s Resort.
The validity of the state dog license
law has been sustained by Circuit tion has telegraphed Senator Chamber 7iMh street, returned home Saturday.
with Mrs. V. H. Reineking presid- I
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Judge McCourt of Multnomah coun lain aud McNary to support the Phelan January 17.
Mr. Snider is slowly
ing. Miss Lutie Steams, of Wiscon
but surely recovering from his se
sin, traveling lecturer on child wel- j
The Marshfield Chamber of Com amendment deuylng cltlscnrhlp to all vere illness.
fare problems, will speak, and there
merce la uncovering a lot of names that Japanese le>rn In the United Blates or
At the last meeting of the Mt. is being planned a program to in
were not found by the census enumera
Mental Culture Club at Arleta clude the following numbers: Read
ing, Mrs. Charles Fullman; chorus
The state lime board has confirmed highways of Oregon during the y»srs Library hall, Mrs. Roy Armstrong
school children directed by Miss
read a paper on the poetry of Wil
the order closing operations at the
Harrington; instrumental selection
state lime quarry at Gold Hill until pended In completing contracts for the fred Gibson, an Englishman who has
years 1919 and 1920, total 821.379.- come to America to publish his under the auspices of the Monday-
Musical Club. All mothers and other
County officials estimate that there 634.85, according to a report prepared poems. The club is specializing this
patrons of the school are urged to
are 1600 dogs In Jackson county. So
year in the study of new poetry.
Demurrage regulations put Into ef
far only KOO owners have taken out a
At the meeting last week the ques
fect by the Oregon public service com
This evening (Friday) the regular
Trappers are doing unusually well mission some Ilin« ago have been temp monthly business meeting of the tion of punishing children was
in Klamath county this season. It Is orarily suspended because of their con Christian Endeavor of the Fourth brought up. One mother emphatic-
announced that she absolutely
probable that the season's catch will flict with the demurrage restrictions United Brethren church will be held,
mad« operative by an order of tnr at the church, after which a social 1 authorized every teacher who had
run to 816.000.
The sixth annual Marlon County federal railroad administration of time will follow. Miss Veda Marston 1 aught to do with her child to punish
Corn show was held at Hah-m. with ex ficials.
is president. Preceding the business by whipping. Prof. Speirs, in his
Charles Burden and Frank Davis meeting the choir, led by Mrs. Isabel usual pointed way, remarked that in
hibits on hand from many sections of
his opinion it was the parents who
of Salem, state agents empowered by Kelley, will practice at 7 o’clock.
th* Willamette valley.
should receive the thrashing. It was
The Oregon State Association of Na Governor Olcott to enforce the prohibl
Thursday evening, February 5, at also mentioned at this meeting that
ttonal Farm lx>a«i organisations held tlon law. were arrested at I^ikevlew
its second aunual meeting at Hal'-m, on a warrant sworn to by City Marshal 7:30, the Welfare Club of the Kern while parents turn their children
Dan Gostl, charged with having in Park and Arleta district will meet over to the teachers and say “now
Tuesday and Wednesday.
The California Oregon Power com their (Hisaeaalon a quantity of intoxicat in Ubrary hall, sponsoring a mass train them." yet nevertheless if the
meeting of citizens who are invited teachers do presume to correct them
pany is removing its poles and lines ing liquor.
Hhrlners attending the national con to gather for discussion of the Fos severely by corporal means, the par
Its business has been
vention of their order at Portland next ter road improvementa.
J. Allen ents at once fly into a rage and pro
absorbed by the municipal system.
The schools of Mapleton, Swlsshome June are warned not to expect any low Harrison, chairman of the committee test volubly and in no uncertain tone
and Westlake, all In the extreme west er rate than the regular summer ex on date and specifications, will report of voice.
ern end of loin-- county, are closed on cursion fares to the Pacific coast, Ed on the progress already made. Every
ward Chambers, traffic director of the one interested should attend and say
account of smallpox In the district».
Third United Brethren Church
The constitutionality of the fish and rnllroad administration, advised Sena his little say or forever after hold
Rev. E. O. Shepherd will speak on I
game legislation, creating a fish and
“Preparing for the Future” at the.
Winter damage to fruit trees ranged
game commission of nine members will
At the meeting and program of Third United Brethren church next ,
be tested by the Multnomah Anglers all the way from slight damages to
South Mt. Tabor Community Sunday morning. In the evening the I
Mr». B. A. l>-mon. a pioneer of Ben tended survey by the Oregon Agricul Club last Friday evening, January Rev. Ira Hawley, of the Second
ton county. Is dead
She crossed the tural college experiment station divi 23, the following assisted in the en United Brethren church, will speak
plains from Missouri In 1852. settling sion of horticulture. The Injury was tertaining: Piano soloist, Mrs. Ethel on an evangelistic topic, the series of
8919 Foster Road
near Monroe, where she has since re much heavier In some sections of the Ix-wellen; reader, Mr. Junkins; pia special meetings being still in prog
state than In others.
no soloist. Miss Orpha Myers; com ress.
The Dallas Commercial club has at
A hog show and sale will be held at
Haleui February 4, when 43 head of last secured the location of a cannery
brood sows and gilts, from the cham at Dallas Many acres of berries of all
pion producing breeders of th* West, kinds will be set out In the v'clnlty and
a campaign will be carried on by the
will be sold.
It is estimated that damage done to club to Interest farmers and fruit grow
Umatilla county roads by recent floods er» in cultivating crops that can be
and washouts will amount to 825.000. handled by th« cannery.
Deputy state fire Tnarshals bare
Permanent repairs will not be made
made a survey at The Dalles. They
Newton A. Blogett, resident of Ore will also survey Hood River. During
gon for the past 60 years, died at his the past few months fire surveys have
home In Albany, ng< d 86 years. He had been mad* of 50 towns and cities In
resided In the Willamette valley for the state and In moat instance* new
fire equipment has been purchased and
the past 40 years.
Fred J. Holmes, aged 62 years, presi many hazards removed.
There were three fatalities In Oregon
dent of the 14i Grand* National bank
and one of Uulon county'» foremost due to accidents during the week end
citizen», died at hla bom* In I .a Grande ing January 22. according to a re
port prepared by the state Industrial
from heart trouble.
Because of complaints that census accident commission.
enumerators had failed to list a good were William C. Billings of Bend.
many Individuals, the city council of James A. Colestock of Salem and
Roseburg 1» taking »tsps to have n George F. Dies» of Eugene.
Frank F. I.ischke of Milwaukie has
more complete count.
application with the atate engi
Or. Francis A. Bailey, pioneer phy
sician of Washington county and wide neer to appropriate 3700 aecond feet
ly known throughout the state, died at of water from the Deschutes river for
HlllslMiro at the age of 81, following power development tn a series of
power plants st the Metolius. Frieda.
an attack of pneumonia.
A» a result of numerous complaints Coleman, Mecca, White Horse Rapids
of people missed In the census, the Eu and Pelton power sites In Sherman,
gene Chamber of Commerce has asked Wasco and Jefferson counties.
Two drainage demonstrations were
for blanks so that those who have been
in Linn county under the
missed may be counted.
Reports from Drew in Douglas coun direction of the Linn county farm
ty, a few miles above Tiller. Indicate bureau and the extension service of the
that a rich gold strike has h--«n made. Oregon Agricultural college. One was
The ledge uncovered Is said to assay hold at the farm of L. Cade, 3V»
miles southeast of Albany, and tho
more than 8500 to the ton.
Gary Trucks gain recognition th roughout the Northwest. The Fire Bureau of the City of Port
That the damage to Marlon county other at the farm of J. Percy Stearns,
land is using six Gary Trucks.
fruit growers Will be light Is Indicated
In a report made by Professor Brown drainage expert of the Oregon Agricul
of lhe O. A. C„ who has Just completed tural college, conducted the demonstra-
Contractors, lumbermen, timbermen, merchants, cattlemen, warehousemen, and
an Inspection of the orchards.
A summary of the result* of the re
Admissions by a man charged with
farmers are using GARY TRUCKS. We can make immediate delivery. If
murder In the presence of a sheriff. If cent special session of the atate leg
interested and wanting to go on road construction, place your order with us
made voluntarily, are admissible at the
trial of the defendant, according to an and bills passed by both houses will
for spring delivery, and pay for your truck in one season’s work. We also
b« referred to the voters for ratifica
opinion of Attorney General Brown.
have other good contracts to place trucks on, farmers in all parts of the
After several weeks of preparation tion at the special election In Ma.v;
th* Willamette University Gloo club that of the 97 bills passed during th*
NORTHWEST are placing orders with us.
The GARY has one full year
will make it» first long tour through session 66 were approved by the gover
open for dealers and dis
Eastern Oregon and Washington dur nor or filed with the secretary of atate !
ing the two weeks beginning January
were vetoed and relegated to the legis
J. D. Mickle, state dairy and food lative scrap pile.
Dr. R. E. Le* Steiner, warden of the
commissioner, announced at the an
nual convention of the state dairymen ■tate penitentiary since last May, has
at Eugene that he will retire from of relinquished his duties at that Insti
fice at the expiration of his present tution and will be reinstated as super
intendent of the Oregon state hospi
Governor Olcott stated that
The work of the woman forest fire tal.
lookouts In the Cascade forest last L. H. Compton, now state parole of
summer was so successful that N. F. ficer, will succeed Dr. Steiner as war
Macduff, supervisor of the forest, has den of the penitentiary on February
declared that he wants a large num 1, and Percy A Varney, who recently
ber for next summer’s work. He says resigned as chief of the Salem polios
they will be employed this year In department, will be appointed parole
officer to succeed Mr. Compton.
greater numbers than over.
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or a short circuit in the magneto, a defect*
ive wire or a broken axle—we can repair it
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