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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 6, 1920)
The public service commission will
b>- petitioned by cltIsens of Halera to
OF GENERAL INTEREST Install warning signal* at three rail
way crossing* In the city.
Iftile* bor«-d by crawfish In the earth
Principal Happening* of the
en wing dam diverting the water* of
Weak brum All Part* of the
tb« De*chute* river through th* plant
State Briefly Sketched for of tln< Bend Water, Light A Power Co.
Information of the Herald are «otwldered responsible for a wash
>ut which will cost the company *ev-
<ral thousand dollar*.
The Oregon U-ague of Women Vol-
with headquarter* in Portlaud, filed
A firmi'ri' week for Multnomah coun
of Incorporation at Haletu. The
ty will I m < bald at Uroshuui. boninnlng
1 officer* and Incorporator* are Marla
Hidden, Porilund, president; Josephine
Th«> Willamette University Olea club
□thus, Portland, recording secretary,
huH left on n tour of Eastern Urogou
, and Thella Bcruggs, Portland, trea
Hable*, atainix'd out after a »ever«
Ballot title* for practically all meaa-
outbreak thro« year* ago, la ugaln ap-
ur«-* and amendments approved at tbe
p«'arlng among coyotua lu Klamath
I recent special session of tbe legislature
for submission to the voters at tbe
North Il<-nd has rejected tbo proposal
special «-lection to be held May 21, are
of th« Lumberm« ns Trust company of
'««dug prepared by Attorney-General
Portland to purchase $9O,ouu of city
Brown, and will be completed early
bonds at par.
i next wwk.
Captain Alex Hcott of Bandon und
Federal Inspection of the various
two associate* have put a lino alxiard
the wrtrckrd t'hanalor and ar« bolding 1 Oregon national guard companlea in
I Oregon will start about February 15.
It for salvage
Damage to roads r«-sultlng from the recording to announcement made by
rain* In Hood lllver county will cun , Conrad Htafrln. adjutant-general. The
Inspection* will be under charge of
aume a large part of the road fund
Colonel Koester, commander of Van
appropriated for 1920.
A movement is being launched at
J. Hkewls and H H Bullis have pur-
Oregon City to erect a memorial for
th<> old Applegate Lumber com-
*00 young m« it of Clackamas county
I puny on the Portland 4 Eugene road
who served In the war.
Arrangemcntl are being made by th«» rear Medford and will start opera
Klamath count) farm bureau to Import tion* at once under the name of tbe
a carlo*«! of Hhonhorn cattle to be .Southern Oregon Lumber company.
The company plan* to saw 20,000,000
sold at public auction.
The city council of Marshfield has feet of lumber a year.
Bone 20 Grass Valley farmer* have
ordered all boxes In restaurants re
moved, declaring there shall be no formed a club, with L. A. Old* a*
, pr«-*ldent, for th«- purpose of keeping
more partitions In eating houses.
The Clackamas County Farmers' ■omprehenslvc farm record* from
union has d> < 1<1«-<I to organic*' a war«'- vhlch they will be able to get at the
bouse association at Beaver Creek. o*t of producing wheat In their sec-
; Hon, as well ** make a more careful
Htock will be sold at 150 p«-r share.
Efforts are being made by the school II tudy of other farm operations.
J. C. Reed, nut specialist of the de-
hoard of Eugen«- to comp*-! parents to
observe the rules of the stat«- board of i«artm«-nt of agriculture, I* coming
roin the national capital to cooperate
health and vaccinate their children.
Dr. Fisher, government plant
Permission to graze 17.720 head of
stock In the Cascade national forest oathologiat. In an examination of nut
this year will be given, according to md fruit orchard* around Medford,
N. F. Macduff, supervisor of the forest. McMinnville. Salem and Eugene, which
A budget of $126,250 adopted by the uffered from the December free*«.
In a letter addressed to Walker D.
Pendleton school board for 1930-21
■hows an liter« ase of 25 per cent over ( Hines, director of the United State*
last year. This Is due to increased railroad administration with head-
luarter* at Washington. C. H. Gram,
salaries of teacher*.
A. R. Olsen has been appointed by tate labor commissioner, protests
the citizens of Burns chairman of a «gainst the employment of Chinese
committee to arrange for the boldlug <>oka in railroad construction camps
of the Cattl* and Horae Raisers' an to the exclusion of American citizens.
A sale of 68,000.000 feet of timber in
nual convention next May.
Rpenker Gillett lias signed the bill he Santlam national forest east of
which permit* the construction of a t \lbany has boon made during the laat
bridge across th«' Columbia river 1« - few day* by the forest service to the
lerrlll Lumber and Shingle company,
tween Washington and Oregon, two
ccordlng to an announcement by F.
mile* west of Cascade Locks.
Otto Hartwig, president of the Htate S. Am«-*, assistant district forester.
Federation of l-abor. was appointed by In charge of all timber sales In this
Governor Olcott to succeed E. J. Htack district.
Active construction work on the
as a member of the board of v«M'atlonal
education. Mr. Stack recently resigned. looth-Kelly Lumber company'* *y*
Arrangements are being made by the i cm of logging railways above Wend
llv<stock committee of the Klamath ing I* under way. The line is being
county farm bureau for Importation of xtended across the summit of the
a carload of registered Shorthorn cat ridge to the McKenzie side of the
tle for sale at public auction about uountalns, tapping a tract of timber
hat has never been touched and said
Cottage Grove millmen report that o be some of the finest In the county.
Bills passed by both branches of tbe
prospects for continued activity at
profitable prices remain bright. The ogislature and not having the emer
only cloud on the horiton is the con gency clause attached will become ef
tinued car shortage, which hampers fective as laws at midnight April 16,
recording to Sam A. Koser. assistant
th«- delivery of orders.
F. W. Kehrli, bull association special secretary of state. That time will
ist of th«« United States department of mark the end of the 90-day period
of agriculture, arrived In Toledo to following the end of th«- session, when
take up with the Lincoln county agent the new laws ar«- mad«- effective by
the plan for organizing a Jersey bull statute.
There were five fatalities due to acci
association In the county.
during the week ending Janu
H. P. Bars*, professor of botany aud
plant pathology at Oregon Agricultural ary 29, according to a report prepared
college, has been reappointed commis by the state Industrial accident com
sioner on the advisory board of the mission. The victims were: Robert
American plant pathologists of the Iteane, laborer, Portland: Alex E. John
son. carpenter. Portland; Roy O.
Americas Phytopathological society.
' 1'hrlstlanson, miner. Homestead; John
What Is believed to be a cas«1 of
eping sickness Is attracting the at i Martinson, laborer. Eau Claire, Wl*.;
tention of physicians at Harrisburg In Raymond Ward, laborer, Hillsboro.
The Enterprise Irrigation district
the case of Caroline Williams, a stu
dent of the agricultural college, who has filed application with Percy Cup
was taken to the hospital a few days per. state engineer, tor certification of
' bonds In the sum of 8*0,000, with
Within a short time after he had which to install a pumping system
Informed hl* wife thnt she would out ! necessary to obtain water for the
live him Andrew Jackson Marvin, aged lands included in the project. The
76 year* and well known in Jackson district Is In Klamath county and It
county, shot and killed himself on his Is proposed to obtain the water from
honi«'Stea<i 13 mile* southwest of Jack tho United States reclamation canal.
That the English people do not fear
will strike their little Is
R. E. Clanton, master fish warden
of Oregon, has announced that work land and stop the manufacture of beer
on tho new state hatchery on the upper ! for a few years at least Is evidenced
Willamette river a mile above Oak by the filing at Eugene of hop con
Ridge will be awarded at once. The tracts wherein a big English firn«
1919 legislature appropriated $5000 for agrees to buy the crop of three I^tne
county growers for four consecutive
Reventy thousand one hundred and years, beginning this year. The con
seventy-«lx eggs were laid by a flock tracts call for the payment of a total
of *25 "Oregon*” at the Multnomah
Organization of a new political party I
county farm the laat year, according to
James Dryden, professor of poultry to be known as the land and labor
husbandry at the college and originator league of Oregon, elimination of those
feature* of the tentative platform de-
of the "Oregon*."
A meeting of fruit growers was held dared objectionable to the grange, and
at Milton at which Fred Benlon of he adoption of resolution* design-
Pendleton, agricultural agent at Un'iT 1 -d to cover operations of the body
tllln county, and Professor H. Weath In a future effort to gain governmental
erspoon, state fruit Inspector of El supremacy, marked the closing session
gin, organized the East End Umatilla of the convention at Salem, made up
county farm bureau, which will em of delegates from the various labor
brace the fruit, stock, hay and grain unions of the state, farmee*' organlsa-
sections adjacent to Milton and Free tlons and Individual* I* sympathy With
he proposed movemsat
OREGON NEWS NOTES
KERN PARK DISTRICT avenue. The club is called the Sun Arnett), writes to their wealthy old Zed, he suddenly surprise* them all
ITEMS FROM ARLETA-
Mr*. Jean Forbes McLoney, 4418
76th street, was confined to her home
the first of the week with an attack
Mr*. Stimson, of Great Fills,
Mont., I* making a somewhat ex
tended visit with Mr*. William Grif
fin, 6403 68th street.
Mia* Jessie Angus, of Wilsonville,
was a guest of Mrs. James Jones,
5262 68th street, on Monday and
Tuesday of laat week.
A. D. Bosserrnan, of Jefferson
High, spoke in behalf of the Armen
ian relief at the Arleta Parent-
Teacher Association last Tuesday
Thursday, January 28, a little blue
eyed boy came to stay in the home
of Mr. and Mr*. Charles Demetier at
7820 65th avenue. The little lad
weighed 10 pound*.
Little Beatrice, daughter of Mr.
and Mr*. George R. Chilson, of 3803
73rd street, who wa* ill at her home
last Friday, wa* able to go to school
shiny Girl* and it* member* who
were present Saturday were Dorothy,
Ruth and Elizabeth Jackson, Lulu
Pratt, Marie Kerr, Loi* Strovell and
Margueritte and Genevieve Holling-
worth. Refreshment* of cookie* and
apple* were the crowning happiness
of the afternoon.
Tuesday evening, January 27, the
ladies of the Fourth United Brethren
church gave a banquet for the fath
er* and *on* of the church anri it*
friend*. Thirty-one men and boy*
■at down to the table.
Washinger, of the United Brethren
church, wa* the principal speaker of
the evening. Harold Humbert, Sun
day school field worker, wa* present
and made a speech. A* a result of
the evening a brotherhood was formed
with C. H. Blanchard as president,
Frank Garretson vice-president. Geo.
Guthrie treasurer, and Mr, Hewitt
Bishop Washinger was
made an honorary member of the
Fourth United Brethren Church
Next Sunday morning at the De
cision Day service at the Fourth
United Brethren church Bishop Wa*h-
inger will speak on some subject
appropriate to Decision Day. In the
evening Mrs. Blanchard, pastor, will
have charge of the service.
Mr. and Mr*. John Smith, of 3929
65th street, are entertaining their BASKET SOCIAL AND ENTER
daughter-in-law, Mrs. Garfield Smith,
TAINMENT IS A BIG SUCCESS
of Timber. Mr*. Smith Jr. is ac
companied by her children, Hazel
Friday evening, January 23, the
Kern Park C. E. society held a bas
Mrs. and Mrs. Brock have sold ket social and entertainment at the
their home at 5711 71st street to church, corner 46th avenue and 69th
Mr*. Flanders, recently from New street.
The first part of the entertain
York. Mr*. Flanders' household will
include her nephews, the Messrs. ment consisted of several solos and
Lcavy, of Portland. Mr. Brock and readings. Peter Larim opened the
family are now living at 5906 77th program with a violin selection from
“Cavalleria Rusti^ana.” which great
ly displayed the young musician’*
At a meeting of the Arleta P.-T. talent. Following thi* number wa*
A. Friday evening, January 30, James a delightful duet entitled "When the
E. Brockway, city scout executive, Dew is on the Rose,” by the Misses
spoke on boy problems and on scout Freda and Ruby Long. Loi* Weedin
work, and troop 15, with Mr. Se- and Ward B. Swope gave some clever
A piano solo, “In the
quist a* scout master, put on a scout reading*.
Mr*. Lina Jasper Sweet Bye and Bye,” with variation*,
•ang a solo and Mrs. James E. Brock was played by Elsie Kuntz.
The second part o< »he program
way rendered a folk song. The ex
ercises were directed by Mrs. V. H. was a play in two acts entitled
Reineking, president of the Arleta1 “Deaf Uncle Zed.” The setting of
the play i* in a little New England
P. T. A.
village about 50 years ago. Mrs.
A little social club of little lassies Fairweather (Lois Weedin), being
held an informal “jambouree" last left a widow in poor circumstance*
Saturday afternoon at the home of with three mischevious children,
one of its members, Ruth Jackson,: Jeanette (Deilah Arnett), Jack
who lives on 66th street, near 51st (Clyde Beckelhymer) and Tim (Lloyd
uncle, Zedakiah (Roy Long) for by throwing off hi* disguise, show
help. Instead of sending the Fair ing that he I* neither deaf nor lame,
weather family the much needed but merely chose that way of deter
money, Uncle Zed decides to pay mining their love for him. So Uncle
them a visit. News of the uncle's Zed departs, leaving nothing but hi*
unwelcome visit causes great excite fake ear trumpet to the ungrateful
ment in the Fairweather home. Fin family. But to the faithful little
ally Uncle Zed arrive*—deaf, lame orphan, Lucy (Ruby Tichnor), who
and bald-headed. He is such a nuis lived with the Fairweather family
ance because he i* hard of hearing, and who had befriended Uncle Zed on
but Mrs. Fairweather instructs the I hi* short visit, he left a scholarship
children to treat the old man kindly ■ in a famous college.
in order that they might inherit hi*
The success of this play and the
money. The children play prank* on professional way in which it wa*
the old man and talk ill about him, staged was due to the effort* of the
taking advantage of hi* deafnes*. coach, Hazel Mulkey.
Just a* Jannette’s best beau, Don
After the play the crowd went into
Pedro (Frank Lambert), is about to the church basement where the bas
propose to her. old Uncle Zed insist* kets were sold at auction.
upon sitting in the parlor, thereby
Although no admission was asked
delaying the courtship and disgusting for the entertainment, $22 was real
Don Pedro *o much that he leave* ized from the sale of the baskets.
the house. This enrages Jannette, : This money will be used to send
and while the family is planning to I delegates to the state Endeavor con
again win the confidence of Uncle vention next month.
If There’s an Auto Need
we cannot supply on call we don’t know it.
We challange any auto owner to mention
an accessory that cannot be had here at
once. We can supply anything from new
tires to a can of oil. So when you need
anything in auto equipment come right
here and get it. No need to search for
better qualities or prices. There are none
The Lents Garage
AXEL KILDAHL, Proprietor
8919 Foster Road
City of Portland Recognizes the
Superiority of the Gary
Gary Trucks gain recognition th roughout the Northwest. The Fire Bureau of the City of Port
land is using six Gary Truck*.
Contractors, lumbermen, timbermen, merchants, cattlemen, warehousemen, and
farmers are using GARY TRUCKS. We can make immediate delivery. If
interested and wanting to go on road construction, place your order with us
for spring delivery, and pay for your truck in one season’s work. We also
have other good contracts to place trucks on, farmers in all parts of the
NORTHWEST are placing orders with us.
The GARY has one full year
factory guarantee. We have some good territory open for dealers and dis
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