Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 20, 1920)
LOCAL AND PERSONAL marie
TO JOIN IN PASTORS’
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
CONFERENCE MARCH 3
The Locke family, on Gilbert
road. i.« quarantined on «ecount
If you have ever had the em
The congregation of the faints
^barrassment of s)>eaking to a to- Evangelical church will join in
The family of W. H. Wood | tai stranger under the the im- the state wide pastors’ confer
worth 1« slowly twin alescing Ipression you knew him. only to enc«- March 3. 4. 5. The follow
find out it was the man whose ing commission has been ap
after a long siege of sicknes«
! picture adorned every chewing pointed:
F.. M. Schcucrman.
Born, to Mr. anti Mrs. San gum label vou come across, vou commission chairman; A. W.
chea, 72n«l anti McCoy, l-cl»rii- will nderstand how this dough Fankhauser. leader in praver-
arv 17. 1920. a bov.
meeting«; J. C. Fankhauser. Mrs.
One dav last year when Marie J. C. Fankhauser. A. Spearrow.
Mrs. Anna Conner. S929 53r«l
Morrisev. who will give a concert R. W. Reynold«, ami Mrs. Clara
avenue, has been confined to the
in the Yeager theater March 8. Coffman, boosters; Mrs. W. A
house the past few days with a
was making a concert tour A«h, N. G. Hedln. choiristcr«:
through Canada, «he stopped at J. II. Donolson. publicity.
The M. E. l-atlies Aid will Sidney to sing for the 600 C. S
meet in the church parlors for troops that were quarantined
Idaho Official Visits Herr
work next Wetliiesd*'} afternoon there. As she passed from wanl
Mrs. Fern Hart, of Caldwell. Idaho,
at the usual hour.
• Ito wanl. singing as she went, she county treasurer of Canyon county.
stopped now and again to chat Idaho, has been the guest of Mr».
Mrs. Charles McGill, of 860«
| with the soldiers.
Bell Elwood, of 5645 84th street,
65th avenue, luts b< <confined
One interesting chap attracted during the past few days. Mrs. Hart
to ht r bed the past week. being her attention and «he said to
camo from Caldwell to be present at
very ill with ptomaine poison him. "Hello there, where did vou
the funeraP service of her grand
mother, Mrs. Mary Thome, of 5649
"Minnesota." he answered in 84th street.
C. W. Smith, bp'iness manager
of The Herald, was confined to differently.
Then politeness got the better
his home for several day« the
first of th. week with a severe of him and he turned to look at
Frank Murrell, of Woodlawn.
case of la grippe.
Wash., died at 6807 Foster road
“Gee whiz!” he exclaimed ex
February 13. 1920.
C. J. Cutting purchased a citedlv. "whv I know vou.”
cremation was held at the Mt
power soravin" n.a< l»in< on hi«
Then he nuzzled and puzzled
Scott crematorium Mondav, Feb
last trip to Hood River to b over it
Finally the doughbov’« ruary 16. Mr. Murrell, who wa«
n his fruit ranch four face brightened.
a farmer, was born in New York
miles south of Hood River.
"I know.” he exclaimed, “mv tate on February 2. 1849. He
father i« an Edison denier in mv
is survived by a son.
The Eagle Garage ’has com
home town back in Minnesota,
pleted installing a gasoline tan»,
and it’« vour pictures I’ve <een
this week. They are compelle
Gromore sure grow» more.
so much I ’
to use a service pump for the
So Mi«« Morrisev is sure that
present until they own pump ar
Father Beutgen. of St. Peter’«
she has a great manv friend«
whom «he has never seen her parish, who has been seriously
Miss Borghild Kildhl. 6S30 self. The concert Mondav eve ill the past month, is reported
8>th street, bookkeeper at the ning March 8. ought to convince as no better. He is al the home
Lents Garage, is back at her her that in T.ents she 1« among of his sister at 21st and Hoyt.
desk again after having bee’, manv more friends. Pd. adv.
confined to her borne for «evertr
TOO SLOW FOR HIS GIRL
days with la grippe.
F A Dro«t* Returns From Ea«t
E. A. Droste, 9409 57th avenue,
Arnold Eg ’■iman anti family
returned Stindav from a three returned last Monday night from a j
weeks’ trip to California. 'I hey business trip in the east. Mr. Droste
report a fine time ami all for left Portland December 7 and since
mer Lentsites whom tbev saw that time has been combining busi
ness with sightseeing. Most of the '
to I h * enjoying good health.
scenery where he has been was of I
Mrs. Charles Holmes, of St. the wintry sort, snowy and cold.;
John«, is visiting w>fh her sister When he left New York City foi ’
Mrs. J. O. Kadock. 9611 »3rd Portland he paid a taxi driver $3 to
avenue, and helping care for take him 11 blocks from his hotel
their mother. Mrs. H P. Mor to the station in a blizzard. When
der. who is very low. Mr. Ka he reached Spokan Mr. Droste says
it seemed like summer to him. He
dock is also on the sick list.
has been extremely fortunate in es
The tickets for the Marie Mor caping travelers’ ills and epidemics.
risev free concert to I m * given a« On his way home he stopped at va
the A eager I
:t' r Mondav eve rious cities, including Pittsburg, Cin
ning. March 8. are readv for dis cinnati, Chicago, Indianapolis, Spo
tribution and mar be obtained kane and Seattle. He is employed in
Nell—So the engagement Is broken
bv calling at the Mt. Scott Dru r the cutlery, cut-glass and crockery off?
Belle—Yes, It seems she told him
Store. Th»- i« 1 ne of the most department of M. Sellers.
one evening that she wasn't half beau
notable musical events that has
tiful enough to he his wife, and be
ever taken place in Lent, and
didn't deny her statement quick enough
Lincoln’s Birthday Program
everyone should avail themselves
to suit her.
of this onportunitv to hear one
February 12 a good represen- .
of the countrv’s noted singer«.
tation of Reuben Wilson Po«t
¡and Shiloh Circle, also friends
G. A. R. and Circle to Meet
: of the order, met at the home
Shiloh Circle of the G. A. R. of Mrs. Alice Woodworth. It be
will hold their regular meeting ing Lincoln’s birthday arrange
Saturday evening. February 21. ments had been made for a .'.
The patriotic instructor will hav- coin program by the patriotic
a program for the good of th’- instructor, but owing to illness
order in memory of Washing -he was detained at home.
very interesting program was
hastily prepared by the presi
dent. Mr«. Dosie Tussey, which
Screwdriver—Who1» that doleful
LEAGUE MEETS 24TH was enjoyed by all present. A
very pleasant social afternoon looking Individual?
Hammer—That's Mr. Sad Iron.
i was spent.
The Oregon Protective league
will hold a meeting in the as
sembly room, mezzanine floor, of
the Multnomah hotel next Tues
day evening at 8 p. m.
rds for Gromore,
league has just recently been
plant food supreme;
organized with the following of
ficer«: President. M . H. Malov:
st -nds for Reliable,
first vice-presid< nt. C. L. Mc
•’ ■ - suits -asily seen;
Kenna: second vice-president.
Mrs. F,. F. Mger: secretary and
stands for Odorless,
trensnrer. Mi«« Josephine Fritz.
so neat and so clean;
The directors are Dr. M’. A. Tur ODORLESS CLEAN-!
ner. Mrs. James Rogers. Georg--
stands for Merit,
D Vniing. 5. O. Freel. H. A For Lawn3, Flowers Garden
Stewart. Frank Cnrtis. Mrs 1
Shrubs, House Plants F’ -ld-t
the g .
Book I EiLE - T< 11« j ,t 11«
Odorless, C ■; n. Efficient
A 25 lb. bc.g «-„rtr. H I.-IW-I
’ rxnlnifnffnw ”
of 1200 sqtlari 1» < « I.»--
- - ’•r» i’.i!i14infr
• nwvnn a year or more.
rwr» rt <1 r.
A table-spoonful to a iiiii >>»
1*t<*i’** f n tp
potatoes, tomatoes or ordina, «
rose bush means abundant flor.-
ers, crisp, early vegetabl» s
r*r>r> e a » 17
A teaspoonful for 6 to 8 in<■'
■> >ttcd plant. Ferns love it. Fully
P’-eb father »ni nnr«e eon
tainin»» enrrmci between 92ml
nn Foster road
Reward. Leave at Herald office
Fufmi«! d five roomed hoil«"
P1»on and water in
eluded. Will be vacant March E.
10303 60th Ave S. F... $25 .1
month. Phone Main 5709
• !v kills cut wor; s.
I»»dut<-ly removes the moss
• 1». y >ur lawn.
1 lb. 20c
I’ ii l ina urgu I $10 00 Imac r < I.
ir $500 droplcai tubi« $3.50 nil
for $164)0. <1228 08nd street
Tabor <1267 flH p.
Gromore sure grows more.
25 lb. $2.50
Lents Hardware Co.
MKW1H Wml Btn H
I fatKir 47ft)
DR. C. S. oaSBURY
I'he famous concert con
tralto, whose finished art
istry has captivated a
whole continent, is coming
by special arrangement to
Lents. Her personal ap
pearance makes this the
Yeager Theatre, Lents
Ninety second Street
DR. P. J. O’DONNELL
Cor 92,1 mut ►••»<«•» H«««ul,
DR A- G. ATWOOD
D B N1 IS T
Ki’iu « ai . ATrzwioN n> rt at *»
rHONR; TA SOS 6421
< title* :
W3 ii 7 Foster It >«<1
(014 ®N Ht ,«H E.
DR. KATHERINE S. MYERS
Ollier, Msr.liwll I27«5
Phones Itexiileiii'e. E«i»t 8744
H bi . i . iso Hrll.niNu
H. P. ARNEST
C 11 LAW
Ninvtjr mtoii 'I Htrvi’t
Phon«* Tabor «10ft
IM ii U Kta., IlfAF C«rllu* PoNTLAM», O k
Assiting MISS MORRISEY will be
Mr. Thomas A. Edison’s Three Million
F ree T ickets
(■all, irrite or telefihone um fur ticketn of ailmit.
tance. They trill he iMMiietl in order of ajri>l¡ration.
WT. SCOTT DRUG COMPANY, LENTS
Ninety-second Street, near Carline
Still Moving ...
BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES
Sunday school at 9:45. Mrs. Lina
Henderson, superintendent. There
will be good music and live classe.-.
Sabbath worship at 11 a. m. Sub
ject, “Going Forward."
Young people’s meeting at 6:30.
Preaching at 7:30. Song service
for 30 minutes. Theme, “Our Mission
and Our Commission."
Lents M. E. Church
A new combination steel top
. 'angc at cost price, at second
'hand store nt 6015 92nd street.
: See this before you buy.
O-d.r.s taken for woodsawing
('all T. Kearns. Tabor 406.
Good 16in wood at a reason
Phone Tabor 5398
Morning worship at 11.
Bible school at 9:45.
Epworth Ix-ague at 6:30.
Eighteen thoroughbred White Leg
Evening worship at 7:30 p. m.
Thursday, 1 ;30 p. m., prayer meet horn pullet«; laying; $1.75 each. H.
Klinke, Gates road, Belrose station.
Friday, 8 p. m., choir practice.
ROSE CITY VAN
The One-Way-Charge Company
See Us For . . .
WOOD AND COAL
Tab. 1424 D«1
82g.’ F«»(rr H.l
J j HMMMMMMMSMMMeMMSMSSMtSfmHatMSMSSSMStMetSMMNH«
I When You Want to Move ;
Cidi Tabor 7707
I I and Erpress Auto Truck s ’
Gromore sure grows more.
RESI DEM I
| business; that’s the kind we do at th«« % 9436 Foster Rd. Lents, Ore. ,
The regular services will be Herald office.
held next Sunday. The pastor,
5 X -Limg-TJ
Rev. N. Shupp, will preach both
morning and evening. Morning
subject, "Christian St« wardship.”
Sunday school 9:45 a. m.
Junior Y. P. A. 3 p. m.
Young people’s meeting 6:30.
Mid-week prayer meeting oil
Thursday at 7:45 p. m.
Preaching services at the Mt.
Scott church 3 p. m.
The Storage Battery
Gromore sure grows more.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T" th« Circuit Court of the State of
O’-ciron, for the County of Mult-
stands for Ornamental,
nh n/'na’tmont of Probate.
»Iptt-r of the JCstate of Isaac
lawn, flowers, Just i ight;
‘t ’. d.-. f
' • . .... ..
> <- h-i'chv given that the
bn • b'-on annoint'*d A'<
•' ‘r-’o”. with the will annexed
■ t ‘h" -sstate of the above named
r'ands fo: i-rficiei .
aac M. Gingrich, deceased, by the
jl'"ays the same.
shove entitled Court, and has quali
All persons having claims
againat said estate r e hereby noti
Best money can buy.
fied and required to present the same,
Best earth can produce.
duly verified and with proper vouch
er«, to the undersigned, at the office
* h’’s attorney, H. P. Amost, 5946
4 St. S. E.. Lents Station, Port
land. Oregon, within six months from
A LI '’EUTILIZER
‘h” date of the first publication here
Onto of first publication. Febru
ary 20, 1920.
Date of last publication, March 12
H. R. SCHEUERMAN,
Administrator, with the will annexed
of the Estate of Isaac M. Ging
H. P. ARNEST, Attorney.
S lb. 75c
is one of the most important items of
the equipment of the car. (f it fails,
the lights are dead. Our Batteries are
Strong and Lasting, easily changed by
the generator and give maximum of
AXEL KILDAHL, Proprietor
8919 Fostcr Ror<j