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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 22, 1921)
trolman Robert L. Whitsaidvs to the
»eene. upon whom Holeman was said
to have opened fire Each man r—».
lied his revolvel.. The officer was
Little Item» of Intereat to Herald wounded three times, none of them of
Readers t'allevi From All Over a serious nature. Holeman was not
the Rime City.
HERE AND THERE
ABOUT THE CITY
A LINE OF COMMENT
MIRAR G II «LL1N.4
Classified Ads. | Painting...
Sarah G. Hullins wa* burn in New
Tenn . Feb 14. 1838. and «¡led
Wedneaday. Julv 18. 19'21. aged 83
Advertisements undtr this hea«i-
I « mit », four month» and 29 davi.
The fellow who has push ami mill
n< 10c par line firet insertion; 6c
never need» to be shoved.
Muy 1. lfl.io. To this union there per line each
A h«ildup alarm Tuesday night »ent
Arthur Schmidling, »x-convict and
roc- whom survive. Of the four buys, one Minimum charge, 25c
burglar, was arrv»ted at his apart two automobiles loaded with detec
ment. F«»urth and Hall streets. Tue» tives. ami four motorcycle», each ear
is living, I ewis A Edgar of Tillamook words to the Uno.
day and held at police headquarters
Ore. Of the four rçirl». three are lit-
The cheer of giving is often deter ng: Rachael Cunningham of t'heha
on a burglary charge. His wife also across the Burnside street bridge at a
LOST Bunch uf keys. Leave st Dr.
wa» placed under arrest and is being spent which caused streetcar», auto mined by the cost of the gift.
I. J. STEFFY
lis. Wash.; l.laaie Helm of Butte
Nelson’s office or with the Hsrald
held pending further investigation. mobiles an«! pedestrians to halt. In
ami receive reward.
29 tf 7114 rUty-S<»D4 àvmim , B. E.
A diplomat never calls another o'th avenue. I'ortlund.
The arreet was made by Police In the vicinity of East Sixth and Burn
end plain se«vin-*
spectors Coleman. Collins. Morris ami side streets the populace was out to miyi a liar. He only proves it.
Mr». Edgar and her family move«! DRESSMAKING
il.on, «¡112 -H,! st 29 41« I
Cahill. The police believe the woman the last man anti his «log. while wi>-
Some people never »tun tu Count in 1914
has been the "lookout” for her hus men in shawls and girls in silks
Several years after the FOUND- Lady’s Mw «ilk glov». At
band an«! another man in numerous peered from win«iow» cautiously. The the coat. It is easier not to pnv.
death of her first husband. she was
recent burglarire in this citv.
She cause of all the excitement wa» an
marriisl to 11 irrisoli Hullin». in the
All men know a few things. but no «ear 1904 During the last several
and Schmidling both tally closely alarm turned in bv a cautious mer
with descriptK'ns of prowlers who chant of the locality, who thought a one know» leas than the other fellow. «ear» she has made her home with WANTED Home for Invalid with
party who needs company; prefer
have been seen around houses which young man who had acini suspicious
her daughter. .Mrs. Lulu E. Hollins
lents district; will provide living
They spell it “trinitrotoluol,” thev
were looted within the past few weeks ly was a hoh^ip artist. It developed
expense» and small wage Write A.
that the stranger wan a Tillanitxik «■all it TNT, and if thev are wise thev ta» God and ever since th« «ire of ten
the police declare.
B C., Herald office.
baker’s apprentice of the general let it alone.
her great pun>o»e in life ha* beyn to
Portland and the northwest were proportions of Fattv Arbuckle who
Funny, perhaps, but every time wo has now gone that »he may be with LOST— Fountain pen on Woodstock,
put before the country as a whole’and was not accustomed to citv wavs and
between 92.1 and 9f.th Sts "F. R.
received more favorable advertising wh«» while visiting hi» brother nearb« buy a loaf of bread we have to “cough llun forevermore.
M” engraved, leave at Herald. Ro.
up the dough."
than ever before at the convention of
the National Association of Real Es
tate Boards, held in Chicago, accord
owns a clear conscience. Some mon
WOOD FOR SALE, delivered any
ing to Fred E. Taylor, former presi EVOLVE NEW SYSTEM
where; first class old growth; fir-<t
dent of that association, who arrived
FOR CREDIT ACCOUNTS don't own any.
claa» second growth. Phone «14-48.
in Portland this week.
Some people race through life un-
that Portland is now one of the most
J. Books, formerly of the Ix-nt»
talked of cities of the west ami as Junction Mercantile Co. and now ne- | til they reach the brink of the grave. Hock to Bangkok's motion picture
theaters. In each uf th«1»» theater» CENTRAL OREGON lANl) to trade
cribed a great deal of this publicity gaged in the real estate business in Then the brakes refuse to work.
to the prominence given the remarks Portland, has evolved a system for
there Is a royal dais, with a chair for
for vacant lota, or anything you
W« agree with the Bible that it is tbe king and a* table for the royal el
have. Call 6324 96th St.
of Herbert Hoover at the convention, the handling of mercantile credit ac
when the secretary of commerce des counts which, if generally adopt.d., better to give than to receive espec bow »ml a jar f»r the royal spittle
cribed himself as having started his will probably greatly reduce the num-, ially if it is a punch on the iaw.
(the king doe» not chew betel nut. but MISS EFFIE DUYER will make
business career in Oregon. To Frank ber of bad credit account». Together
Indie»' hats of your own materisl
Some people modestly disclaim any all of hts Subject» do; so the jar la
Branch Riley’s lectures before a crowd ««ith a Mr. Housely. he has perfected
of 5500 persons on one occasion. Mr. the idea an«i applied for a copyright claims to greatness, but thev become <le rlgueur). The king often comes for
tee«!. (1028 41st avenue.
Taylor said, much credit for Oregon’s The Herald job department is en mightily peeved if you agree with the premiere of a new picture. Usual
fame was due.
gage«! in doing the necessarv printing
and as soon as completed the system
CALL R HEVTING, phono «if, -67.
The postoffices may be out of poli- broken to often and plecvd together
Ray D. Ellis, an overseas veteran. will be adverusrei and the sale of it
for sand and gravel delivered at a
I tics, as is claimed, but oostmii.-'-erx so quaintly that following the story
30 years old, committed suicide bv undertaken.
hanging in a room at 67 S Third
Briefly, it consists of a card, si mi are painfully of the opinion that their tieeomes an acrobatic feat.
street some time Monday ni»ht. His lar in appearance to a meal ticket, is jobs are not.
Siamese follow It eagerly, unmindful
lifeless body was found shortly after sued b y the merchant, with amounts
growth coniwtKMl; also sum«
noon Tuesday bv the police, who on the margin to be punched for each
Most politicians are willing to sa - of strange gups In the plot. But Char- country slab at lowest possible heavy
broke in the door of the Japanese- purchase. It is issued in different rifice themselves on the altar of their lie Chaplin may gambol In vain If tbe Residence 9618 Foster Road. prices
conducted rooming house unon the amounts and in payment of which the country, but they generally want the king 1s In the theater, for the »udleucv «33-70.
request of the proprietor.
Ellis is one seeker after credit fills out a altar as a souwnir.
turn their back» on tbe screen to look
believed to have been mentally unbal blank note bound in the book with the
The thing» that must be done
anced as a result of shell shock re merchandise tickets. 7111» note is re
An exchange thinks that if Ananias at royalty.
should lie the ones that are flrat done
ceived on the western front in France. tained in the custody of the merchant were living
he «vould have lot» I
There are plenty of time for the rest.
He had been discharged Monday and matures at the date set when the of competition, Rut he woukln't. !<«• I
Characters Taken From Life.
morning from a government hospital ticlgt is issued. Being bankable, the would be out of business completel
The human bodv ia like a piece of
uf pigtails and ebon face,
at Camp Lewis, where he had been men-hant ca n get his mone«' at once.
highly elaatic rubber.
It can be
undergoing treatment Papers found The note bears no interest until after
The Bummer has been hot. we ail
stretched to great lengths, but <»«•«
in his possession showed he had been maturity and if the partv seeking mit, but not quite so hot as the vunit the pages uf Harriot Bee- her Stowe's broken it is beyond repair.
a member of company B. 37th engi credit is not known to be entitled to it blood who misses his train whe ■ he "Undo Tutu's Cabin," Uved, outside of
neers. and had serve«! overseas about he must get the name of an endorser has a date in the next town with h’» those pages and the Imagination of
two years. His widow lives in Har whose note is bankable.
tier creator. Black Sam. another well
risburg and his father conducts a
Besides being a monev-saver in the
known character In the book, also
grocery store at 400 Third street. credit line, it is also far less cumber
Several Lents boy», whose ages run
• some than the McSaskev and other from IS years up. ran foul of the n-'l- |
Both Sam and Topsy lived over halt
etoiiit systems. To protect k(imself ir ice last week. Thev evidently thought
A. B. Chance, whose dreams of high the event of fire, it is only necessary it easier to steal than earn. We wa- I a century ago in the home of I>. llowe
finance included the forgery of the for the issuer to carry out the one ger that their parents didn’t place Allen, grandfather of Arthur <J. OTTO HECKEL.Coi.55tl A n ., $.E.41 IltlSI
names of Julius L. Meier and others small book containing the notss. or it much confidence in Poor Richard Beach, professor of English tn Mari
to a purported world’s fair c
may be lock«*«! up in the safe at night. I when he pull«*d that one about soar etta Colligo, whose •state was situ
was paroled by Circuit Judge Tazwell Its cost is less than the slip systems ing the rod. Thev don’t wake up un
Tuesday afternoon after sentence to now in use and there is no dobut but til their boys and girl are in the iuv-1 nted on what Is now known as Wai r
nut Illlla, Cincinnati.
two vears in the penitentiary.
He that it will prove popular after it is enile court»
pleaded guilty. The district attorney put in general use.
did not oppose a parole, a' the von-
Ona Source of Cascara.
man actually received only $37.50
LENTS PLAYGROUND NOTES
The only known source of cascsra
from two victims and arrangements
In spite of the fact that a number bark, from which a valuable medicine
had been made to put him to work on
Saturday afternoon, July 23. at 3
his father’s farm near Salem. He is o’clock, the smaller girls of the play ' of our people are awav on their vacs- Is made. Is now British Columbia, ac-
What are your children doing with their spare
said to have been a former employer ground will give an exhibition of the ’ lions, the attendance and interest cording to the Scientific American.
have kept up quite well. Our young
of the Whitney boys’ chorus.
hours this summer?
folk dances they have learned this ! people, feeling the n«*ed of a doser which «ays that the forests In Wash-
season, in preparation for the annual acquaintance with the young peopl. Ington and • »regon have been com
Pledges that construction of a cen- pageant, which will be held near the
Now, TODAY, you should start your child’s
J of our Mt. Scott x.K-ietv, nrr
pletely stripped, Steps are being ta-
tral terminal for automobile stages end of the summer.
operating out of Portland will be un- from the library will be here and tell with them for a joint social evening I ken to preserve and properly cultivate
der way- before the end of Julv were stories to the children. The Ladies of , to be spent on the hill above the cem the British Columbia supply.
made Tuesday before the special com. the G. A. R. will have ice cream to etery, near the county line, on Frid
SPECIAL PRICES to all who enroll during
mittee of the council under C-ommis- sell. All children are especially in evening of last week. So early in the
Long Aerial Tramway.
evening about 90 came together in
zioner Barbur by V. H. Kelly, sales vited to come.
Contract for an aerial tramway
time to view the sunset and the light
manager of the Union Oil company,
The girls' 4 ft. 10 in. team plaved
Ten years experience. Success guaranteed.
and John F. Logan, attorney for the Mt. Scott Friday and won. 36 to 6. ing up of the city. The evening being from the Premier mine tn British Co
Oregon Co-operative Auto Stage The girls’ 5 ft. 6 in. team defeated moonlight and cloudless, the view lumbia to tidewater haa bven awarded
Owners’ aMociation. and W. M Hays, Mt. Scott on the same day with a | from this point was said to be sub to a Spokane company. The line will
Ivy M. KINNEY,
be nearly twelve miles long, with a
general manager of the association. score of 36 to 2. The 4 ft. 10 in. team I lime. The field on top of the hi I
The meeting was called bv Mr. Bar- went to Laurelhurst Tuesday and converted into a playground where drop of about 120 feet to the mile.
Studio: 6228 92nd St., S. E.
I the young folk romped until 10 o’clock
bur to obtain some definite guarantee lost, 23 to 16.
The tram line, bunkers and unloading V.« ------------------ ----------------
that the stage owners were preparing
The girls of the playground went mysterious disappearance of Glades I devices will cost a quarter of a mil
to vacate the city streets. Negotia on a hike Wednesday to Sycamore
tions for a suitable terminal at Sth and had a picnic lunch and a swim. Rutherford’s cake was solved some lion of dollars. Scientific American.
and Couch streets have been conclud They rode back on a load of hav. days later, when it was reported to
ed and all that remains is the appro which was a pleasant way to end a have been reported to have be« n
Come out and dance every Satur
found in Mr. Keller’s car at Oregon
val of the Union Oil company's head hike.
City, somewhat the worse for its ad day night with the crowds at Cedar
quarters at San Francisco.
I'.-rk, at l.innciiian Junction.
The girls’ 5 ft. 6 in. ball team are venture.
»laying the Kenilworth team as the
The W. M. S. met with Mrs Ernest Four piece music; dancing 8:30 p. m.
Mrs. Lola G. Baldwin, head of the lerald goes to press Thursday.
Trenary on Wedncsda«- afternoon. to 12:30 a. m.
women's protective division, announc
Our society expects to be well retire- |
Lot 50x100, all fenced, new 3-room house,
ed Tuesday that she would appear be
ONLY ONE OREGON FAILURE
-ented at the missionary rally and th.- j
fore City License Inspector Hutchin
just built and neatly painted. A good buy.
banquet to be given in honor of the
son and ask that the license of Rich
ard Belland to operate dances three
Oregon, with only one bank failure I missionaries, to be given at our camo
Price $950.00 and terms for part, if desired.
nights a week on the river boat Swan -lue to the financial depression follow ; meeting at Jennings Ixxlge in Aug
L. A. BARKER. Prop.
be temporarily suspended. Mrs. Bald ing the war. is among the six states I ust. The first day will be Missionary I
See Mr. Harkness at
win charged that the city ordinance in the union that have best weather day. ■
NEW AND USED FURNITURE
A campaign is on for the purno««-
regulating dances has been violated. ed the adversities caused bv declining
Lawn Mower», Hose, Accessories
it reports reaching her office con prices, uncertain market conditions of raising funds for the repairing of
cerning a dance held after midnight and an abnormal situation attendant I our church. Mrs. Frank Culver and , 601.'. 92d ST.
Sunday were correct. She wanted the to the country’s readjustment, accord ; Mrs. Ernest Trenarv are the commit- j
licnese temporarily suspended in or ing to a report compiled in Salem bv
contribution. Well kept churches ar-
der that she might make a complete the state superintendent of banks.
! a credit to any community, ax well a<, Phone 629-59
investigation. According to Mr. Bel
j to the congregationx who worship in
land, the dance against which com
E. R. BRADBURY
them. The committee so far hav--
plaint was lodged, wag held after mid
met with a liberal response
night by the Entertainers club. He
You will always meet with a cor
admitted that conditions aboard the son. July 26 to 31.
dial welcome at our services.
boat on the night in Question were not
Independent Order Red Men, great
all they should have been, but prom
«337 Foster Road
Portland. Ore. k.
ised not to again offend bv allowing council. Astoria, August 2.
AULETA MAN DIES AS
the boat to be chartered for after-
midnight parties, whereupon the com City. August 8 to 10.
National Association Scientific An
plaint was withdrawn.
Chris Hart, one of five laborers who
gling Clubs, Portland. August.
State Dental society. Portland. Au- was injured when a scaffolding fell at
A baby which will be three weeks gust.
the plant of the Portland Vegetable
old next Saturday was found in a
’ W«?ek. Portland. August I Oil Mills company, July 12. died early
room at the Victoria hotel on Broad to Buyers
Wednesday at St.Vim-ent’s hospita*.
way Tuesday night, when its mother
Independent Order Red Men. great He wa» 48 vears old and lived nt 5810
was arrested on a charge of disorder
57th avenue. The body was taken to
Astoria. August 2.
ly conduct. She gave her name as council.
Southwest Washington fair. Che the morgue. Ixit the coron-r an
Zella Tripp and said her husband
nounced there would be no inquest.
was employed in a paper mil! at Ore- halis-Centralia. August 22.
The other employees were not badly
gon City. Mother and babe were ta
ken to the police station along with a «•nre.
Northwest eonferen«?e Methodist'
Many people neglect their cars from day to day. and each day of such neglect in
male companion of the Tripp woman
GARDENER INJURED WHEN
church. South, Portland^August 31.
the inevitable repair bills when the final break comes. It burns up many a 10 spot.
Lane County Fair, Eu rene, Sep-
HIS HORSE RUNS \WAY
Next Monday a conference is to be tember 13 to 1«.
held in Portland to discuss methods
Clackamas County Fair. Canbv.
Nick Thomas, a vegetable gardener
of safeguarding the lives of motor September 14 to 1«.
of the Mt. -Scott district, sustained
ists traveling the Columbia river high
Show, serious injuries last Thursday when
Northwest Hay and Grain
way by establishing a systematic plan Pendleton. September 19 to 24.
SPECIALIZES in preventing the big defects
his horse ran away on the Powell Val
of traffic regulations.
Multnomah County Fair. Gresham. ley road, throwing him beneath the
by correcting the little one« as aoon an they
ence is to be held under the auspices September 19 to 25.
wagon. The wheels passed complete,
of the Portland Chamber of Com
Columbia Conntv Fair. St. Helens. ly over Thomas, who sustained a bad
merce, the Oregon State Automobile September 21 to 23..
appear. It is the only practical way of keeping a car in fit condition. It ia also the only
brain concussion and internal iniur-
association and other similar organi
Oregon State Fair. Salem, Sept. lei. He was remove«! to the Mult-
way of reducing car expense.
zations interested in the tourist tra 2« to October 1.
nomah county hospital.
vel by motor car, which is steadily
Linn County Fair, Albany. October
increasing. Mayor Bremner of As 3 to 8.
Doctors warn you against letting your personal ailments run.
We caution you
toria will attend as a representative
Wasco County Fair, The Dalles.
as the other.
of that city.
October 4 to 7.
Last week, in its report of the fire
Oregon Methodist conference. For at I-entx Junction which destroyed
A call for his touring car took Al est Grove. October 5.
the store operated by E. D. Miller
We repair any break and correct any defect IN ANY MAKE OF CAR. It is econ
polk County Fair, Dallas. October and the garage owned bv Louis Hab-
Gru man a chaffeur. to the corner •f
omy to keep in touch with us.
Washington and 21st streets late on 6 to 8.
erstreat, the Herald stated that the
Royal Arcanum, grand council latter carried insurance to the amount
Tuesday night, to find that his pros
pective fares were a man and a wo Portland. October 13.
of $2500. This was incorrect: Mr.
Knights Templar, grand eommand- Hnberstreat had no protection what
man with whom he had had difficul
ties. The man. whose name was-An
soever and his propert y was a tots! j
drew M. Holeman, was said to have
National Grange meeting, Port loss. The matter wax called to the |
accused Gruman of owing the woman land, November 8-18.
attention of the Herald and we make
some money. A fight was started and
Livestock the correction gladlv, although re
Gruman was hit over the head with a exposition, Portland, November 25. gretting that the loser wax not finnn-;
club. His cries brought Special Pa- 26.
cially reimbursed ax at first stated.
New House for Sale
Economy Furniture Store
Multnomah State Bank
Touch a match to a
$10 bill and calmly
watch it burn?
K» f X’ « THE LENTS GARAGE