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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 25, 1921)
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Friday, Feb. 25
ENID BENNETT in
Saturday, Feb. 26
JOHN BARRYMORE in
DR. JEKYL anil MR. HYDE"
Sunday, Feb. 27
DOROTHY GISH in
“FICKLE FANCY”--Mack Sennet 2-reel comedy
Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 28-29
CARMEL MYERS in
Wed. and Thursday, March 1-2
“The Branding Iron”
An All-Star Goldwyn Special
U alter Baker has been ill at hia
89th street home.
C. I- Clow of ;i)th street rwrntlv
purchase,! a Ford touring car through
the Eagle garage.
Mrs. Mary Turner of Coeur d'Al
ene, Idaho, is visiting her niece. Mrs.
E. Young. 10212 60th avenue.
Mr. and Mra. Charles W. Hurd of
7627 «1st avenue are in quarantine,
having diptheria in their home.
Mrs. S. D Campbell. «305 97th ¿t..
who suffered a fall last wveln has
bc«n confined to her home since that
Mr. and Mra. T. J. Cadwell of 5804
Nth street have return«! home after
a live months' visit in southern Cali
Miss Mayce Alton was absent from
classes in tents school Thursday of
last week and Mrs Nellie Ruhite was
Another community dance at lenta
school, under auspicee of the tmrent-
teacher association, is to be held on
Mr. and Mra. Merton Delong and
two children of Rose City Park were
dinner guests of Mr. and Mra J. T.
Kennett of 3509 92nd street on Sun
Mra. Roy Kelly and daughter Mu
riel. former residents of Lents, but
now of Dallas, Ore., were guests of
Mrs. John Howe of 82nd street xrith
the week end.
Mrs. Ella Ryman, William
who is directing
the lunch room in connection
. I ents school, was ill Thursday.
1 her absence Mrs. Catherine Jane
and Mra William who died Thurs-
The funeral of
Thompson, aged 78.
lav of last week, was held Friday at
2:30 o’clock at Kenworthy chapel and
interment was made m Mt. Scott cem-
Motorcycle Officer M. E. Nolan,
who was the victim of an attack by
a maniac who was later returned to
1 ’he asylum, is well known in Lents.
Mr. end Mrs Nolan are members of
Eureka Rebekah lodge.
is now expected to recover from his
wounds, although at first their was
> little hope.
H„m, IVb. 19. to Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Hinset., 8103 59th avenue, a
9 1b. boy, Dr. Atwood officiating.
Mr. anti Mm. Adolph Tit«« of 661«
Foster Road are the parents of a 10-
lk boy, Dr. Atwood being present as
the stork’s assistant
The stork paid a visit to Mr. and
Mrs, Sam Hoke of 8415 Foster Road,
bringing a line boy on Wednesday of
this week. Dr. Atwood was on hand
to greet the new arrival.
Chester Cteslinski, the popular bar
ber of 92nd street, is »porting around
in a brand-new Ford sedan. equipped
with all the latest improvements and
The sale was made by
the Eagle garage.
Mm. J. E. Pomeroy, of «107 90th
street, entertained at her home on
Thursday evening of Iset week. The
Mr. and Mm. W. H.
Wood. Mr. and Mm. W. J. Marshall.
Mr and Mrs. H. A. Garlock and Mr.
and Mrs, L E. Niel
John Mans. Lanta tailor, calls at
tention in hia ad this week to the fact
that it will be to the advantage of his
patrons to order their spring suits nt
Because of it being be
tween seasawa. he is making a big re
duction. he says, and hia patrons
should benefit from this opportunity.
The Herald publisher received a
postal can! from Mrs. O. P. Blanch
ard. well and favorably known in the
Arleta district, last Friday, stating
that herself and husband expected to
arrive at Niagara Falls about the
21st Inst., and that we could expect
a letter from her descriptive of her
journey a little later.
The Perfection Confectionery, cor
ner Foster Road and 92nd street, has
changed the name of their business
establishment to Mt. Hood Ice Cream
Parlors and Lunch Room. Four hun
dred and ninety-nine nica letters on
the east side of the building, recently
K inted thereon, are wonls .tiscerna
i to the naked eye. call attention to
this popular place of business.
Mrs. Ethelyn lioaglund Beebe of
Missoula. Mont., was a recent visitor t
in Lents, having been a guest in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Coffman,
with whom she lived twrentv-five years
ago. .Mrs. Beebe has also been visit
ing her mother. Mrs. Sunday of Gres
ham and a sister. Mrs. I ingle of Da
mascus. She is enroute to California,
where she will spend several weeks,
returning to Portland before she goes
on to her home in Missoula.
Miss Ruby Reynolds has been visit
ing with her parents at Mountatndale
the past fortnight.
Little Ixkinard Shapland of 5821
RMh street has keen wrlMah ill with
pneumonia, hut is now convalescing.
Two children of Mr and Mrs. Jus-
ton, 85th street and Foster road, are
down with pneumonia, following an
attack of measlea.
Before you buy your spring bon
nets call at the Parlor Millinery,
6tXM 88th street, and let us try to
please you. Mrs. Richardson.
Mr. and Mm Samuel Tilden. ro
aiding near McMinnville, worn guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. McArthur
last week. Mm. Tilden is a daughter
of Mm. McArthur.
The Mt. Scott W. C. T. U. will
meet with Mra.
6t01 98th street, Tueadav. March 1.
at 2:30 p. m. A special program has
been prepare,! and Mm. Jane Don
aldson of the Oregon W C. T. U.
will speak on France» Willard and
the work of the W. C. T. U.
Paul Bradford, for nearly three
yearn a nuwt efficient clerk In the
employ of John I’ “our grocer.“ ha»
branched out for mm»elf. having pur
chased a grocery store with an estab
lished patronage, located at 35th and
Belmont streets. The manv patron*
of our local store whom Paul has so
satisfactorily serve,I In the past earn
rally wish him the success he merit«
in his new venture.
JOSEPH KELLOGG SCHOOL
AUDITORIUM IS CLOSED
The auditorium of Joseph Kellogg
school was orde -ed closed Monday, on
recommendation of George Edmon-
stone, superintendent of properties,
until the plastering around one of the
supporting beams can be replaced.
The plastering is in danger of falling
off. Edmonstonc said. Washington's
birthday exercises of the school were
held it. the basement playground of
the school Tuesday.
So successful was the community
dance, auspices P.-T. association of
Lanta, Satunlav night. Feb. 19. that
another one was requested. and will
be given March 5
were Mesdames Melvin McCord. A
E Droste. Otto Katxky. H. A. Dnr- I
nail, F. L. McGrew.
U/HY Haul Your Feed
V V I I I from Front St.?
When you can buy whole corn for $2.25 per 100;
cracked corn, $2.50 per 100; ground corn. $2.50
per 100; wheal. $3.00 |x»r 100 11.H0 tier bushel;
potato«, $1 per rack and up. FLOUR $1.50 and
$2.05 and up while it last«.
J. F. WING
Hay, Grain, Flour and Feed
1929 Foster Road
Portland Railway, Light and Power Company
8 Per Cent Five- Year Gold Notes
Dated March 1, 1921
Due March I, 1926
TITLE A TRUST COMPANY, PORTLAND, OR., TRUSTEE
9— The policies of this Company are progress
ive and up to date.
10— A 1! of this Company’s property can be in
spected at any time and its financial con
dition readily investigated.
11— Interest on these Gold Notes is at an un
usually high rate.
12— Returns on the investment will be paid
retnilarly and promptly every six months.
13— The Notes may he had in small denomina
tions and may be bought on easy partial
11—You buy the securities directly from the
Comnany and you can obtain any informa
tion derired about its business.
15— The proceeds from the sale of these Notes
will be invested in the further develop
ment and expansion of the property and
16— If von will buy on partial payments, 6 per
cent interest will be paid on all deferred
navments until Notes are fully paid up and
delivered to you ••
Notes in Denominations of $100, $500 and $1000
(Notes Now Ready for Immediate Delivery)
ASK YOUR BANKER.
We recommend these five-year Gold Notes as an unusually attractive local investment to yield
8 per cent, and suggest you consult your banker as to their safety, both as to principal and
The Company conducts a most essential business. Because of the great variety and number of
its consumers, its operations are not subject to the violent fluctuations frequently experienced
bv other lines of industry and business. Electricity and transportation are necessary in good
times and bad.
Come in and talk the matter over with our Seenvitiea Department
or get the facts by clipping and «ending in the attached coupon.
MT. SCOTT DRUG CO.
Near Street Car Line
First Floor, Electric Bldg., Portland, Or.
Salem, Or.; Oregon City, Or.; Vancouver, Wash
PLAIN SEWING neatly and prompt
ly done al 6617 92nd street.
LOT on 8 ‘nd street. 2 blocks from
enr line; trade for Font.
MORE EGGS makes layers out of
Money hack guarantee.
Goo. A. Moffitt.
Box 737, Lents, Oregon.
Kilt SALE 120-egg incubator; 130-
chich hr order; first class condition
Both for *25.00. 5404 89th street
FOR SAI E <>R TRADE 30 acrea of
land, unimproved, plenty of water,
some timber, easy cleared. Good or
chard land, high and dry, near Dal-
las. Polk county. Ore.
house and not or ne«r-in lu reage
R F. Chapman, box
372, Inglewood P. O„ California
Al WOODMERE lor sale bv own
er, choice of two fine homes; one
vneant. Immediate possrasion. Two
lot«; 6 room double constructed
bungalow; one half block from car.
ITicp *3250, if sold before rented.
Terms. W. Allen. 5909 77th street,
S E. Phone 642-51
FOR SAL*. Illue Minorca rooster,
Blue Minorca egg« for setting.
Rhode («land Rose Comb egg« for
retting latter carried off the blue
ribbon at the Portland show last
Pecemlwr. C. K. Seeris, 6914 47th
avenue 8. E
WANTED Salesmen for 6,(MM) mile
per week with extra commission»
Cowan Tire 4 Rubber Co.. P. O.
H<i\ ,h| lh>pt S, (’hiriiK’o, 111.
PARTY LEAVnra < ITV «III sell
cheap 6-room cottage with 5, acre,
with bam; modem except heat;
many good pieces of furniture.
4858 'With street 8. E.
ONLY *1(M) CASH 3 room house,
price «500 with »100 cash. 2-room
plastered house, garage and lot «Ox
100 ft., near school, for »900, with
*100 cash D. J. O'Connor, comer
92nd ntreet and Woodstock avenue.
A ii tn 626-75.
5228 72nd St. S. E., Portland, Or.
IF YOU WANT PRY WOOD
MILLARD AVE. FUEL CO.
O. M Rutlcr
L. C. Pullen
Ice, Wood, Coal and Feed
Sand and Gravel
Portland Railway, Light and
FOR SALT—O. A. C. Rock« anti l«-g
horn baby chicks. March 1 hatch.
Order now. 9019 57lh avenue at
ONE ACHE with building« and fruit
trvea; 10 ininûtea walk to car.
Price *900; easy terma I» J. O’Con
nor, cor. 92nd »trret and Woodstock
will you take the lead?
l»i»t Sun,l« y Rev. Anna Spann
preached to an attentive audience,
While on her wav home early Tues llie Rev. Mr. Schlein of 8. Dakota
day morning a daughter of Walter preached in the evening to the largest
Seventy-third street, audience we have had since our pas
was held up by a masked num nt the tor left ua
Mr. Schlein ia the
point of a gun nnd robbed of *16. The preacher Martha Isler brought home
holdup took place on Seventy-third with her aa her huslumd. An account
street between Fbrty-fifth and Forty- of their arrival will be published
vighth «venues. The girl was taken next week.
home in a hysterical condition. Police
Things are going on in the church
on Monday night scoured Die sur remarkably well considering we have
rounding vacant lota but failed to no pastor; but the pulpit is being
tmd a trace of the highwaymen.
well IIllwl each Sunday.
Miss Welch ■ an usher tn a Port hoping to have a pastor before long.
land theater and the money taken by
the hlghwuvinan is said to have been
MASKED HARD TIMES SOCIAL.
her week's wages She was returning
A nmskd hard timve social with a
from work when the holdup occurred i very mysterious program will be held
at Gilbert «choolhousc *Ytd«y even
LENTS PAREST-TE U HERS
ing Mareh 4th. ut 8 o'clock. 1‘rltes
Friday. Feb. 18. at lent» school, will be given to the mo»t comically
the Parent-Teachers held their meet .ireasrd lady and gentleman and boy
A cafeteria supper and Ice
ing. Dr. Margaret Haynie's talk on and girl
causes of daltmiuency of girls was .■ream will be served
interesting ami instructive Mrs. J invited to attend and have a good
This entertainment Is given
Hill, pmident. and
Bathgare, vice president of Portland under the auspices of the parent
asaociation for the benefit of
P.-T. council, were visitors.
Hill spoke about accomplishments of th,, school.
ths association. She favored estab
•ehools. Attendance at this meeting
was the best since September. Mr,
DarnaB’s room received the plant,
for having the most mothers of pupils
Advertisements undtr this head
Mrs. Earl Kenw-nrthv and Mrs
ng 10c per line first insertion; be
Orton gave a vocal duet
per line each
Minimum charge, 25c
vords to the line.
16 Reasons Why the 8 per cent Gold Notes
of This Company Are a Good Investment
1— These Gold Notes are a direct obligation of
2— This Company furnishes a useful service
for the industry, commerce and people of
many growing communities.
3— This service is in permanent and growing
4— This service is indeed necessary and indis
pensable for every modern community.
5— This Company is directed by men who have
had years of experience, who have demon
strated their ability and whose manage
ment can be depended upon to safeguard
6— This Company has among its equipment
nine big modem power plants always at
7— This Company enjoys the confidence and
pood will of the many communities served.
8— This Comnany in 1920 did the largest vol
ume of business in its history.
YOUNG GIRL VICTIM OF
MASKED HOLIMT MAN
f TAeNEW EDISON
Portland Railway, Light and Power Co.
Please »end me further information about
your 8 per cent Gold Note».
City or Town
Plowing nnd Excavating
A, D. Kenworthy & Co.
Service Given Day
Close Proximity to Cemeteries
Enables Us to Hold Funerals
at a Minimum Expense
5862-4 92nd St