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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 20, 1920)
OREGON NEWS NOTES
OF GENERAL INTEREST
Week F rom All Part* of the
A county wl<l* community and trad* ITEMS FROM ARLETA-
weak t* to be f<>*t -rod by Thu Ítallo*
KERN PARK DISTRICT
burl nor* men.
Th* Forait service hai sold 7,000.000
feet of tlnibor In Urn« county abova
Mrs. Rose Wilson and her son
Oakridge at II 75 par thousand for Hugh, of 5725 72nd street, ex
Itonglii fir. Incoino codar and red pect to move to Corvallis in the
cedar and 60 cauta for hemlock and near future where Harry Wilson,
The Astoria Port commission and
county court will oxiperale In the con
structin'! of * road from the southern
end of Eleventh street along the beach
The Anti •Compulsory Vaccination
to a connection with the Nehalem road
league line been formed at The bailee.
A new too room hot«l la projected al
Thu entire Houghton building at The
The Dalle* If »ufflrlvnt inducement la
Dallus has been leased by persons In
enured by local cupltul.
terested in the establishment of a
All wooden brldg«a In the city of
* new bank for Thu Dalles and it I*
Haiem ure to be palutod white In fur
probable the Institution will be In
therance) of the civic pride movement.
operation by Muy 1.
The convention of tho Kaatorn Ore-
Plan* for u public auditorium for
gon Christ ten Endeavor aocicty *«• The Dall'S received definite Impetus
held tn the t briallau cbun.li at i'endlo shun the ebumber of commerce dlrect-
I or* voted unanimously to place the
Senator McNary ha* Introduced a question before the voter* at the next
bill In the aenatc to throw open th« city election. May 16. -
Klamath Indlau renervntton to aattla*
W. A Wiest, for the past threa years
deputy clerk of the Oregon supreme
lloaeburg will vote In May on a pro- court, has resigned and will leave
poaltiou to lame between >300.000 and March I for Klamath Falla where he
>600.000 bond* for a municipal litchi will associate himself with C. F. Stone
In the practice of law.
Mr*. Margaret Monteith, who haa re
Carl Shoemaker, state fish and game
■ld«d In Albany continuously for oh warden. Is urging remedial legislation
year«, baa celebrated her niuely flr*l to keep Oregon streams stocked with
fish. Hu predict* that In the near fu
The >6600 deficit of former Sheriff ture It will bo neoeeaary for every
Oellatly of Benton county haa been county to have a hatchery.
mad« good to the county by two of bla
Member* of the lut Grande Ad club
are congratulating themselves on be
The Veteran* Lane County council !-ig able to Increase the population of
haa been organlaed nt Kugwne. It will tho city to 6500 through a cleanup cum
conalat of representatives of all patri mlttue. which gathers up those missed
by tho census enumerators.
The annual convention of th« Ore
About 26 community me«qing* will
gon Retail Merchant* aaeoolation con be held In Linn county In the next
vened In Aatorla Mouday for a three few weeks, at which farm bureau work
for the remainder al this year will be
With a large exhibit anduattendance,
planm-d. H. V. Smith, county agricul
Albany's second annual automobile,
tural agent, la arranging th« meeting.
truck and tractor show want held Fri , Of thu 73.616 voters in Multnomah
day and Saturday.
county who have registered to date,
Trust««* of the Klamath Falla Pres 52.Uh have registered us Republicans
byterian church have placed an order and 17,331 have registered as Demo
for a pip«' organ to coat >4000 to be crat*. The Soclslt*t. ProMkM1'1» and
Installed In Augual.
other parties claim the remaln^x 4036
N.’Michel*. recently discharged from I voter*.
the eastern Oregon etale hospital. **•
Prospects for a prune crop thl* sea
killed when he threw himself In front son are good wherever the tree« were
of a traiu near Echo.
I not killed by the December freese,
Voters of Eugene will ballot In May accordlag to D. F Fisher and C. A.
on a proposal to expend >32.000 for the Reed, federal fruit expert* who passed
purchase of an aviation field as. a baa« several days In the Marton county or-
tor the forest patrol.
i chard district*.
Clyde lhekett. a native Oregonian
Following their purchase of a down
and 56 years a resident of Polk ermnty. town business site at a consideration
died at hl* home in Salwtu following of >6500, W. L. and T. M. O’Donnell
an attack of influvuxa.
of Bend have announced that they will
An adult man cannot adopt another commence the construction of a >50.-
adult man In Oregon, according to a 600 theater with a seating capacity of
decision of Attorney General Brown. I 1600 within a month
In rvMpotisv to uh Inquiry.
The state board of control has em
E. L. Smith of Hood River,, an 82 ployed W. C. Knighton, former state
year-ohl pioneer. Ik the laat survivor ' architect, to prepare plans and sped-
of the republican convention of 1360. I flcat Ions and to supervise th« construc
which nominated Lincoln tor presi tion of the new building at the stats
home for the feeble-minded. The struo-
Scottish Rite Masons at ltuk«r are : lure will cost approximately >40.000.
preparing for a local reunion the latter
Fifty nine marten skins and nine
part of April, at which all dogreoe up mink, brought into Bend by Bob
to and Including the 32d will be con Llewellyn, represent a cash valuation
of not under >2000 and Is the richest
Charles H. Haddix, depia'y oolloctor take of furs marketed there in years.
of customs at Astoria, was accidently
Llewellyn Is a veteran trapper and
killed while he was replacing the un has been wintering in the Davis lake
derpinnlng of the house ut hl* ranch country.
The Beaver Portland Cement plant
Squirrel* have become *ttch a nuis at Geld Hill, under the superIntend
ance in the ( latkes accUon of Clack ency of W. H. Green, is now ready to
amas county that th« farmer* hav<- ap operate. Repairs have been completed
pointed Albert Gassier to distribute and the plant cleaned up ready for a
steady run of 1000 barrels per day. The
Ankeny grang«' of Jefferson has plant represent* an expenditure of
adopted resolution* lauding Governor nearly >100.000.
Olcott for vetoing a large number of
Startling values in platinum ore sent
bills passed at the extra session ,of from Curry county has brought Into
the section around Ijinglols represen
A movement has been started in tat Ives of San Francisco mining con
Albany to raise >60.000 fcr the con cerns who are offering as high as >5000
struction of a community center as a for Individual claims located by vari
memorial to the returned. soidlers of ous residents since the discovery was
mad« a couple of months ago.
Broccoli in Douglas comity Is head
It Is reported that a number of
Ing up well, but the cold nights are Portland people Interested in the fu
holding it lack enough no that th« ture of the state Industrial school for
head* will be of large six«' and of ex girls will present a bill at the next
session of the legislature asking for
J. A. Churchill, state *u»«'rlntei*dent an appropriation for the erection and
of public Instruction, left Haiem Satur furnishing of a new building at that
day for Chicago to attend the annual Institution. The proposed building
convention of the national! society for will coot In the neighborhood of >60.-
000, according to those interested In
It has been decided al ’’Salem to in the bill.
stall warning signals at the railroad
With the view to working out a plan
cros n at the IntereecUan of Capitol whereby cattle rustling on the ranges
and Union streets where several acci of Central Oregon can be stopped,
dent* have recently oecuitwd. •
livestock men of Central Oregon met
Definite steps have bectn takeh-by tn Bend with Supervisor N. G. Jacob
county Dost No. 3, Ainvirlcan Lo- son, of the Deschutes National forest,
g on. Eugen«, to place bef.i v tho vot to formulate a range policy for the
er» of Lane county the proposition to I coming year. It is conservatively e*ti-
build a soldiers' memorial i <> cost >20,- mated by livestock men that no less
than 200 head of beef cattle have
There were three fatalities due to either bi en killed or Molen by cattle
accident* in Oregon durlut the week thieves in the last year.
ending February 12. according to a
For the purpose of determining the
report prepared by the industrial acci value of logged-off lands In Oregon
dent commission. Tho victim* were: either for agriculture or reforestation.
John O. Foster, logger. Coq uillen Hen ! the research department of the Port-
ry Sylvia, logger. Sequin. Wash..» and 'lard forest service headquarters will
Fred Withrow, sawyert Llnnton.
ma e a study of this territory. The
The secretary of the Interior has re-
I wori’ ’will be directed by Forest Ex-
jncted the appeal of Dr. J.«F. Reddy of I nminor J~ F. Kum-nel and will Include
M'dford, which was taken.Jrom a decl-
i a survey of methods of logging and
•alen of the war mineral relief com I fire protection to Insure a second crop
mUslon awarding Dr. Reck Iy approxi
i of timber, possibilities of producing
mately >86,000 for his effort a to supply turpentine from native yellow pine and
the government with c.hrotme from a
improved methods of handling grax-
Siskiyou county, California , property,
Ing on the forest range*.
during the war.
again for the south. Mr. and the Christian Endeavor meeting who is the director of the large
Mr*. Johnson will be
reinem al 6:30 p. ni., l ather and Son chorus choir at the Arleta church,
bered by the older Arleta res Day will be celebrated. There will give an evening of music of
idents as former business people will be special music sustained hi* own composition. The pro
of that place. Mrs. Johnson it by the young people's orchestra. gram will consist of three an
now an employe in a San Fran Judge Gaten» will be one of the thems, two hymns, a solo ar
cisco railroad office ami
Mr. tspeakera. The boys will be in rangement of "Abide With Me,”
Johnson is connected with a evidence as ushers and as par and a gospel solo.
ticipants in the program.
another son, is engaged in the down-town busim■«, concern.
The three young people'* so
cieties meet at 6:15 p. m. The
Mrs. Ethel Lewellen of 77th
Gromore sure grows more.
senior and intermediate societies
Little Eleanor Smith, of Will street and 58th avenue returned
I are in a membership drive which
bridge, was the guest of her ma
Arleta Baptist Church
is proving quite interesting.
ternal grandmother, Mr*. Jack visit at her mother's home in Mc
The pastor’s convert claas will
The pastor will speak Sunday
Jones, of 6741 72nd street, from
morning at 1 1 a. m. on "The Re- meet at 5:45 on the choir plat
Sunday, February 8 fbr the rest
I lotion of tlie Church to the form. Forty-five were in attend
of the week, during the time of the result of a complete rest ad
i Church to the World," Sunday ance at the last meeting. Miss
the illness and death of her pn
evening nt 7:80 the subject of I Carrie O. Millspaugh will give
ternal grandfather, Stephen treatments by her brother who
is an Osteopath physician of that the sermon will be "Can Man an object lesson and chalk talk
Douglas Smith, of Willbridge.
Escape the Law of Cause and Sunday night. Mi*s Millspaugli
has had wide experience with
Mr. and Mrs. (iriff King, 182’1'
T. H. Hollingwort li nnd his
During the evening tservice a vouPg people and is especially
East Madison street but formerly
of Myrtle Park, have both just son-in-law, John Michaeli, of special musical program will be 1 fitted for this work.
recovered from an attack of la Anaheim, Cal., arrived in Port given. J. A. Finley, conductor
Gromore sure grow* more.
grippe. Mrs. King i* still con land last Tuesday morning to b of the Portland Oratorio Society,
nected with the activities of the guests for a short time nt th'
Kern Park Christian church, rep home of the former’* si-tcr. .Mis-
resenting that organisation as A. E. Hollingworth, nt Nashville
president of the Christian Church 'station. Mr. Hollingworth ami
¡.Mr. Michaeli arc looking up Ore
gon land with a view to making
Ed Williams, formerly of Mil their home here in tln^ near fu
lard avenue and 70th street, now ture.
of Sunnyside addition, has re
cently had the misfortune to fall
Millard Avenue Church
at his place of business, break
At the Millard Avenue Pres
ing one of hi* limbs and severely byterian church next Sunday
hurting his ichest. His injuries morning the pastor, Rev. W. Lee
are of such a nature that he will Gray, will sp«-ak on “A Man of
probably be under the doctor's the Future." In the evening hi*
care for a ‘few weeks.
subject will be "Charge It."
TROUBLE MAY BE
Mrs. Viry McWirt Johnson
ami her mother. Mis. Dewev,
both of San Francisco, who were
in the city last week, returned
home Inst Saturday evening.
Mrs. McWirt Johnson, who is
said to have come to Portland to
secure the final adjustment of a
marriage-relea.se action, was in
Arleta renewing acquaintances
the nfternoon before she left
Gromore sure grow* more.
Kem Pi.rk Christian Church
At the Kem Park Christian
church. 46th avenue and 69th
steet, the Bible school will con
vene at 9:45. At 'll a. tn. the
pastor. Rev. J. F. Ghormley, will
»«peak taking for his theme.
"Within the Veil." ¡Following
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have every facility for doing thorough and
quick work. Let us have your machine
and we will put it in first-class condition for
you in as short a time as possible and for a
very reasonable charge for our service.
The Lents Garage
AXEL KILDAHL, Proprietor
8919 Foster Road
City of Portland Recognizes the
Superiority of the Gary
Gary Truck* gain recognition th roughout the Northwest. The Fire Bureau of the City of Port
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Contractors, lumbermen, timbermen, merchants, cattlemen, warehousemen, an«i
farmers are using GARY TRUCKS.
We can make immediate delivery.
interested and wanting to go on road construction, place your order with us
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has one full year
We have some good territory open for dealers and dis
Gary Coast Agency
Phone Broadway 2162 '
have other good contracts to place trucks on, farmers in all parts of the
NORTHWEST are placing orders with