Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923, February 17, 1922, Image 3

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    mi. Scott herald
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George Baker «ays, “Pm out.'
Louis Bean nays, “I'm in." Ho
! was "agin” the 1926 Fair, aa was
I Senator Hall.
Publish»«! Kvery Friday at lanía
Mose llloch’s “sap" didn't stop Ku
Station, Portland, JJrseoO-—
fus Holman from saying he wanted
LAWRENCE DINNKEN, Editor
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' another term aa Multnomah county
Entered aa ».ooiid ctaaa mail nisi- commissioner.
tor February 14, 1(14, at the post
State Superintendent of ihiblic
al Lenta, Oregon. under art of |nillruHion (WcMIl Is willin’ to con-
C'ongraM. March I. lift.
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,
_ ____ _Jlnuo to lead th«* youth through the
Subscription Price
»1 50 a year greatly augment«! “Three Rs."
1 Htroat
I
LETS (JO!
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m»y
“ ro'<' **”•*”■ ■n<l “ I“*1'
apri»g but political bu<ls are |K>ppin*.
I Where are the Georges, White and
{Kelly?
Where are the other«?
of nv dical knowledge but chiefly, M ANDERVILLE_BI YS
MATT GREENSLADE
MT. HOOD PARLOR
perhaps, to the efficient propaganda
Wagon Repairing
of the public health agencies which
HorseshotInq
& ben. Bldcksmilhinq
has brought that knowledge to the
AUTO
REPAIRING
genera) public. It shows what may derville have purchased the Mt. Hood
I-eats
be accomplished by persistent ami j Ice Cream Parlor from Mr«. Wor- »327 Foster Road
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den, nee Mrs. Frick. The new pro-
rightly directed
educational effort.
"Another field in which education prietors took possession February 15. |
If Mothers Would Know
has won a victory Is in the matter .Mr. and Mrs. Manderville will move
What a SkfTled Trade
of industrial accidents. The "safety1 to l-ents within the n«.ar future,
BARBER! NG
first" propaganda has made Itaelf
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is they would bring their children
felt here and last year showed a not-
Hoste«, at Valentine Luncheon
able decline in the death rate from
An attractive Valentine luncheon here for a scientific HAIRCUT.
industrial accidents. In the matter was given by Mi«« Mellen Varley,)
CHESTER’S
of automobile accident«, however, the 4927 33rd avenue, Valentine’s day. I
rate has risen steadily, though rel- The table was charmingly decorated LOANS
BKNTAL*
atlvely to the number of au|omo-1 with kewpiee and red paper festoon*)
LAUER REALTY CO.
bli< « in use it ha» not
I hanging from the chandeliers, with
Ill AL LOTA I I
One of the most distressing a»- streamers leading to each plate, fas- [
CITY P*OI-KKTI ••* FAKMS
pacts of the mortality statistic« for.tened by large heart«. A delightful)
I’hone «38-83
last year In the field of preventable luncheon was served at 3:15 and eon- MBS 72n4 Street
Fl BLAND STATIC!«
deatlis, was the rise of more than 50 sisted of «andwichea, chocolate, cake |---------------------------------------------------------------------
per cent in the number of deaths and ice cream. Games and music ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦«
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newer ? brand« were enjoyed after the luncheon, ♦
from alcoholism. The _____
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of hooch appear to be much more Those invited were Bonita lister,
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IJilian Grover, Eva Snyder, Erma
deadly than the old »tuff.
Hampson and Virginia Russell.
Why are you living in Mats? Be­
cause you like it, or not? If you *rri
THE COMMUNITY CHEST
Just living here because you don’t I
know where to move to, MOVE, I
Il appear« that the Community
anil you will find that you will keep
Cheat drive is going forward rnoru
moving,
The Herald editor served in the l’r—I*««*’>>'
>-» year In «pite
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American army. That service look of the general impression that
pre«-
not
going
well.
The
quota
at
him ecru.« the United State», to
ent is reported to be well in advance
many oastern cities, to Ixmduii, Liv­
of a hat it was at the same period in
erpool end through Birmingham.
'' last year’s drive.
NOTES AND NEWS
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Mancheeter, to Dublin, Cork, Killar-
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Naming the Baby
Tlvre is a filing among those
ney, to Havre, Paris, Tours, Lyons,
St. Nasairr, Breit, Nice, to the who direct the drive that many per­
A writer in the New Republic
sons are glad to see all the drive«
On Saving» Accounts
plains
“Dearest,” said the young mother,
French province», and aero»» the
plain« why the motion pictures
picture« of-
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concentrated In one effort because
border Into Italy. ’The editor could
fered in the commercial theaters do “I’ve decided on a name for baby,
the
plan
relieves
them
from
solici
­
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have remained in Ixtndon with a good
not !U> a rule make a very lofty in­ We will cal! her Ermyntrude.”
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Her husband, say» The Weekly
position on u financial Journal, lie tation during the remainder of the tellectual appeal.
“It is literally
euiiId have remained in New York year but at the same time they re- ' true,'* he says, “that no motion pic­ ■Telegraph, disapproved of the nam-,
fuse to contribute anything like
on a large daily newipaper. But hr
ture producer dares offer to the ex­ but, knowing if he said so, his wife
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their proper share of the cheat fund. hibitors a picture which is over their would insist, he remained engrossed
came bark to Oregon.
Opposition which develop« on ac­ collective heads. Nor do the exhibi­ in thought a few seconds, then re­
BECAUSE HE FOUND NO
OTHER PLACE THAT COULD count of religious or other prejudice tors, a» sensible business men, dare plied-
is a handicap, ulthougli the contrib­
"That will do admirably, my dear,
COMPARE WITH IT.
»
show film» which may appeal to
utor is free to designate a particular them personally but aeem likely to my first sweetheart’s name was Er-
The editor live» In l-ents, in Port­
6338 Foster Road
land. in Oregon, tweause there * no institution as the recipient of his gift go over the heads of their average my nt rude; so she will take it as a
If he wishes. The opposition in the
l’hone: Aut. 615-33
better place in the world that ha
audiences. And anyone who goes compliment."
l-resent campaign seems baaed not
knows about in which to live.
frequently to the movies and studies j The baby, it may be said, was
ALL KINDS OF REPAIRING
so
much on relgious ground» us on
He
So the editor is FOR ia*nta.
the spectators must admit that all called Jan«.
HOUSE WIRING
ESTIMATING
the
ground
that
some
of
the
bene
­
hop«-» that the business men of l^nts
indicia show their general level ofl
forget everything that keeps them ficiaries of the cheat arc not en- intelligence is far below that of the
apart and Join in the organization; gag'-d in chnritable work. It has to bonk-reading public.” It is, he says,
which has for its immediato obyeet be remembered, however, that th«ae as if there were no periodical pub­
institutions formerly put on theirl lished in New York except Mr. j
the proper police and fire protection
own campaigns and rec«-iv«*d substan­
of l^nts.
Hearst's Evening Journal.
Under!
Ariel* la watching, wondering tial aid from the genera) public. such conditions the general average
whether lent» busiwaa men can got They probably could do so again but • of the literary- output in that city,
together. Their improvement club to have them put on separate drives would not be high. His remedy for;
would defeat one of the chief pur­
goes along, gaining more sail more
the existing situation in the movies'
poses of the Community Chest.
strength. When will Lenta have the
is to develop special th eaters which1
j will appeal to special audiences.
Improvements our neighboring com j
munlty has? When will Mats have
Many persons now go to the picture |
WHAT EDUCATION CAN DO
a branch library to eoni|>a>e with Ar
' theaters to see the “seenics," travel'
PEARL GREY, DURABLE, GUARANTEED
lets branch ? Whea will lent» have
The educational work done in re- pictures, nature studies, microscopic
a fire »talkin’
■ cent years in the matter of prevent­ photography and the like.
LENTS WILL HAVE THESE ing and curing tuberculosis has
THINGS WHEN LENTS GOES borne excellent fruit.
tn the last
A bill has lieen introduced in Con­
Al 11 ;; 1 HEM. nut every now and eleven years the mortality from tu-
gress designed to give Porto Rico
then, but ALL THE TIME, ljenU i berculusia has been cut almost in
governmental autonomy; the sole tie
will have there things when I .ent« half. According to a statement by
with the Unit«td States would be a. 3- qt. Lipped Sauce Pans at
25c
businei« men and nil citizen* get the ! the Metropolitan Life Insurance com­
resident commissioner having a sus-1
bull dog'« grip and low the mongrel'» pany, which has taken an active in-
4-
qt.
Lipped
Sauce
Pans
at
30c
|M-nsory veto power over legislation.
hold that »lipa
| teiest In pttbllc health work, thir Setting up a Porto Rican free state
12-in. Wash Basins ............
30c
I «clucvenient is unparalleled in the seernu to be the end in view.
12't-in.
Wash
Basins
.........
35c
history of public health. Moreover,
GARDENING, POLITICAL
—
the decline in the tuberculosis mor­
4-
qt.
Preserve
Kettles
......
30c
The president of the American pe­
tality rate grows greater each year,
Comes aiuv the elcctiurui.
5-
qt.
Preserve Kettles .....
35c
Mr. Hall of Marshfield i« nomi ljist year, though marked by busi-| troleum institute. Thomas A. O'Don­
4-qt. Deep Pudding Pans
natisi by the patriotic societies whose ness depression and unemployment nell, rise» to remark that those who
30c
patriotism thrives best when the ni»I con a-quently unfavorable to predict the exhaustion of the gaso-
6- qt. Deep Kidding Pans
35c
"who, what, where, how and when" health movements, showed a greater {line supply within ten or twenty;
8-qt.
Handled
Rin<e
Pans
'
years
are
unduly
pessimistic.
This
'
40c
decline in the tuberculosis death rate
of the societies is unanstw-red.
I
prediction
is
baaed
on
a
late
of
con-
10-qt. Roil Edge Dish Pans..............................
J. D. Ia-e of Mt. Scott announces than any previous year of which
...45c
I sumption increasing in the next ten
theiv is record.
his gubernatorial candidacy.
3-qt.
10-in.
Mixing
Bowls
.......
...........
.
...........
.
30c
This notable triumph in the health year» us in the past ten years. But!
Ike Patterson says he’s not sure
¡there
will
likely
be
no
such
increase
field is due not only to the advance
yet.
LIMIT TWO TO ONE CUSTOMER
■ in the rate of consumption because
I oven a moderate increase in price will i
turn certain clnsses of petroleum)
users to other sources of power.
I Moreover, the installation of better
methods, methods already in uac in1
I some plants, will permit a much j
announce the acquisition
i larger production of gasoline from
crudo oil. Those who think of the)
of the
i crude oil supply in terms of gushers!
| yielding ten thousand barrels a day
! for a brief period and then falling ■
| back to a comparatively small daily
output, forget that "the stability of
6015 92d STREET
LENTS STATION
We will serve the same good meals, and if we can
j the petroleum industry of this coun­
try
is
largely
due
to
settled
produe-|M
improve upon them we will do so.
tion of the old wells not subject to I
the violent decrease in production of'«
r
the new wells.” The average pro- ■
duction per well in the United States1
is just under five barrels a day.
NEW SPRING
GOODS
A large stock of men’s and
young men’s clothing will ar­
rive soon. Every department
is being completed.
4o|°
MULTNOMAH STATE BANK H
Wise Bros. Dept. Store
(Successor to Katzky Bros. Store)
Star Electric Co
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We Have Helped!
Thousands of satisfied patients
will tell you we have helped them to
see better and more comfortably. We
have helped others to get rid of head­
aches, dyspepsia, etc., caused by eye
strain.
Have Your Eyes Examined Today
SPECIAL SALE
STAPLES- “
Commencing Monday, February 20th and
continuing for two weeks we offer at sale
To the first dozen who buy $2.00 or over
we will give free one 2 1-2 quart lipped
sauce pan, value 25c.
J. L. Manderville & Wife
Economy Furniture Co.
Mt. Hood Ice Cream Parlor
See
We Handle
Wouldn’t it make for better under- ■
stand’ng if each citizen of Portland
owned: a share of stock in his street j
railway company, his gas and elec-I
trie company, his telephone and tele­
graph company, and all other public
utilities? It would be better than:
ownership of utilities by either indi­
viduals, or by city governments.
NEW BRICK FOR CESSPOOL8. No. 1 COMMON, »20 per M.
CEMENT, SAND, GRAVEL, PLASTER. ETC,
ROCK SPRINGS COAL
ALL KINDS OF FEED AND n AT
Millard Avenue Fuel Company
r
"..... .
SQUARE DEAL CANDY STORE
SATURDAY SPECIAL
Walnut Caramels 25c lb.
MOVING ROSE CITY VAN
COAL
Phone 612-69
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Now
Patronise our advertiser«.
CARDS
PROFESSIONAL
Office Phone «15-10
A. D. Kenworthy R. S. Henderson
Rea. «18-18
A. D. Kenworthy & Co.
DR. P. J. O’DONNELL
EXODO NT1A
Cor. 92nd and Foster Road
I Res.
I
4822 90th St.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
Service Given Day
or Night
Close Proximity to Cemeteries
Enables Ua to Hold Funerals
at a Minimum Expense
Phone 618-21
5802-4 92nd St.
Lenta St*.
First-class
LENTS
Auto 661-11
8Und 1'bona Marshall
ML Scott Transfer Co.
J. S. Miller. Prep.
• Piano and Furniture Moving
Baggage and Express
Daily Trips to Mt. Scott and Lente
Agt. for Rock Springs a»d Kina Coal
Stand: First aiul Taylor
Portland
P. G. Wilson
K. G. Wilson
WILSON'S AUTO SERVICE
AU Work Guaranteed and Done ««
Lowest Possible Prices
Your Satisfaction--Our Advertisement
Phone 614-45
5919 82nd St. S. E.
THE
Crescent
OWrrwWk>'MWRWW».W».ICR«l»t»t»lSl»tltJ
I
When You Want to Move
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Phone 622-22
;
IFetty’s Transfer |
Cafeteria
and Express Auto Truck j
Daily Trips Portland and Lents |
266 Alder St., Near 3rd
Res. 9649 Foster Rd. Lents, Oie J
Strictly Home
Tremont
Cooking
Plumbing
Just 200 feet west of
M-S car stopping place
Phone Main 541
or
5827 72nn Street
A. C. NUTTER, Prop.
GO EAST THRU CALIFORNIA
While the Golden Poppy is in bloom.
Get my prices before
you let the job.
Attractive Round-trip Fares
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Police Efficiency
AUTOMATIC «25-17
L. C. PULLEN
No one can convince Mrs. May
Howe that the police are not effi-
7 cient.
Tuesday night she went to head­
quarters to report her machine
stolen. Before she had even told her
CANDIES MADE DAILY
name, Sergeant R. E. Butler asked:
“Are you Mrs. May Howe, of 8920
56th avenue. S. E. ?”
"Why—yes—why,” she answered,
bewildered.
“And your auto No. so and so, was
'stolen?” continued the officer. “Well,
Lents
6114 Ninety-second Street
it is in the custody of the sheriff at
Hillsboro. Here, I’ll give you a let­
ter to the sheriff.”
He then explained that a thief who
stole her car was speeding in Hills­
boro, and that as soen as he had
IvBVx ▼ 1 1 N KJ
One Way from Portland to Lents
been stopped he ran to the tall tim­
We Can Move You Out of the Muddy Street ber.
1122 Foster Road
C alifornia
Kid Wedge-d his way into Harvard, i
^OPTKwi*1
266 MoiTison St Bet 3rd and 4th
Auto 612-29
To
Santa Barbara, Los Angeles and San Diego
New One way and All Year Fares
To
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Residence Auto 638-70
Lents Real Estate Co.
RALPH STANZ, Prop.
CITY and COUNTRY PROPERTY
9220 Woodstock Avenue, Lents. Ore.
Eastern Cities
Pat’s Barber Shop
(In New Location.)
8208 WOODSTOCK AVENUE
Stop at San Francisco and Loa Angeles — world fa­
mous and beautiful cities.
rhe Southern Pacific expends 25 per cent of its gross
earnings for up-keep of its ROAD.
For further particulars ask agents
Res. Phone 640-05
Office Phone 613-33
J. L. Patterson
D.J. (CCONNOR
• REAL ESTATE
MANZ & MIRWALD
• Cor. 92nd and Woodstock Au*
•
LENTS STATION
e Phtme 62«T5
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Southern Pacific Lines
JOHN M. SCOTT,
General Passenger Agent
Grays Creasing
:
LADIES’ AND GENTLE-
MEN’S TAILORS
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Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing •
MT. SCOTT
Suita Made to Order
Camp No. 11650, Modern Woodmen
5801 92nd Street . Lenta Sta.
nf America. Meets every second and
Portland, Ore.
»
fourth Wednesday of each month at
Woodmere Hall, <63tT 60th Ave. & E. *
Phone: Automatic «33-56
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F. R. VOLTS, Clerk.
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