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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 9, 1923)
the wor'd is the great itoa mountain,
The largest <tepoaits of anthracite
Jennie Lillian 1'ierea was born in
Little Falls, N. Y., November 16. ' coal in the world are in IVunsylvania. |
PubUxhed Every Friday at IN>rtlai»d 1866. and died at her home on 50th
Things of Interval
avenue and 66th street, Portland, Sat
urday morning. March 3. She moved
Ten varieties of plants are known I
LAWRENCE DINNEKN, Editor to Michigan with her parents at the to produce black pepper.
Web to the length of 25* mites ;
age of 15 and was married to Manuel
Entered as necond-cla«« mail mat
has been drawn from the body of a
ter February 14. 1914, at th« post- £. Menika, May 14. 1890. at Kala single snider.
office at Lents, Or., under act of con- mazoo. Th 1906. with her husband
Japanese electricians were among :
grrsj, March 3, 1879,
and three children, she came west and the first to experiment with radio .
settled in Portland, where they have telegraphy and have perfected one of,
Electrical Fixtures Selected
Subscription IVice - -$l-W a year dwelt ever since. Early in life she the most efficient systems.
by the School Board?
The national shrine to the honor
united with the Baptist church, of
of Mary Immaculate now in course
5312 Ninety-second Street
They found them mere efficient
of erection at Washington. D. C-, will
until her death. Her interests in life cost five million dollars.
Phone SUnset 1228
and effective than oeveral other
centered in her home, her church and
The Revolution, the Blackhawk,
competitive Samples shown.
Reporter»—Mrs, S. Gray, 3549 Sixty her friends. She is held in grateful the Indian. Sabine Indian disturb
Phone Broadway >781 and have
eighth street, S, E. SVnset 1609; remembrance by many for her quiet ances. Mexico. Civil. Spanish-Amer
sample light installed. Wiring
Morri son Hand-aker. 5®3 Forty unassuming acts of kindness. Beside
service and e»tir>'-tes given.
fourth avenue S. E., SUnset 2814; her husband, she is survived by her war with Germany are American wars
Lawrence Dinnoen. 4827 -N»»ri> »$** brother, Frank Pierce and three chil which started in April
The first rules governing baseball
ond street S, E., SUnset 4782. Miss
dren, Irma, Mr*. Elwilda Idncolnand I were made in New York Citv in 1357,
Ruth Meyer. MAin 3429.
the National Baseball League
Louis of the Pacific Telephone com
106 FOURTH ST.
was formed in New York City during ,
Bet. Wash and Stark St».
the same year. The first champion i
afternoon at Holman's chapel and team was that of New York, in 18.18.
Mayor Baker, in hia speech Satur was conducted by Rev. E. A. Smith, I but it was not until 1868 that a <a!
day evening at what is described as of the Lents Baptist church, a former ’ National league was formed in 1876, ,
“a Ku Klux Klan love feast,” is re pastor, and by Rev. Owen T. Day. and the American League in 188!.
ported as saying: "We have gath the presents pastor of the Arlet
ered here as a group of patriotic Baptist church of which Mrs. Henika
l id you ever see any
citizens and we need not apologue was an active member.
Than 7c and 12c tor a lost
one just like you?
Clothe-» designed ami made to your
ot bread ?
KENDALL STATION NEWS
But if it was not necessary to
We bake the best of pies, cakes,
brassiers and corsets made to me.aure.
apologize for his presence there, v hy
cookies, French pastn.
Mrs. M. H. Hawley's mother, Mrs. using any kind of boning. Did you
did the mayor do so? It does not
know that that out-of-date, discarded
W£ SERIE LUNCHES
require a very intimate acquaintance
suit will make ever into a smart
with the Freudian psychology to see
street dress? ASK ME.
that His Honor was uneasy in his winter here with Mrs. Hawley.
MRS. GRAY. Call SUnset 1609
Mr. and Mrs. Patterson have moved
6232 Edit er Road
mind. It is not usual for American
citizens to feel called upon to ex to the Chamberlain property on Ful
plain their presence at a dinner table; ler Road and Hinkley avenue.
Good for 50c applied on an order
Mrs. Riley Loyd and daughter.
something in the surroundings must
for not less than S doz. photos; also
.Veto and Second Hand Senin f
have stirred the mayoral conscience. Gladys, went to Oregon City last one painted premium FREE. Present
A great mystery apparently sur Tuesday.
this coupon anytime at
Mrs. P. A. Swan of Lents visited
rounds the affair. The Rev. Dr. Gal
THE BENJAMIN STUDIO
FOR SALK CHEAP
lagher of Belfast and Portland, who | neighbors and friends here Saturday.
6435 Fester Road
presided, said that neither May >c j
Trade in your old one on your new
Baker nor Governor Pierce knew who | again after being at Sellwood hos
Singer at a liberal allowance.
were the sponsors of the dinner when pital the past ten days.
they accepted the invitation to at- ■ Ole Spor was a business visitor in
tend. On the other hand the Tele Oregon City Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jones of Port CALL R. HEYTING. phone SUnset
gram says that the two officials were
6131 90th St. 8. E.
2567 for sand and graved de
in communication beforehand as to land visited here Sunday with Mrs.
Jones' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lcyd.
livered at a reduced price.
the advisability of attending.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Y’east visited in
The Telegram’s statement receive.-
Monarch Furniture Polish for Sale
FOR SALE—Or will trade for chick
apparent confirmation from the ci- Montaviila Tuesday.
ens, two thoroughbred St. Andreas-
Mrs. Anna Stewart and Mrs. Ella
cumstance that other prominent citi
burg rollers. Mrs. Clarence Cathey.
zens who «-re asked to attend knew Clark went to Portland Monday on
Phone 91, Gresham, Or.
it was a klan gathering and staid
A sister of Mrs. J. S. Yeast is WANTED—Men or women to take
orders for genuine guaranteed hos
It certainly adds to the splendid visiting her this week.
iery for men. women and children.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nt bos'
advertising Oregon has received <n
Eliminates darning. Salary $75 a
PI. \STI R
recent months to have the press as daughter is heme this week on a visit
week full time, $1.50 an hour spare
Mrs. M. H. Hawley eiKertained a
time. Beautiful spring line. In
sociations carry throughout the coun
ternational Stocking Mills, Nor
try the announcement that the gov number of her friends last Thursday
ernor of the state and the mayor of ct a card party.
Mjs. Maty Brady can-.« home a few
the metropolis were present at a Ku
days afro from Long Beach, Cal.,
Klux Klan love feast.
The completely patriotic character where she has been v's’ti >i with her
L. C. Pullen, owner.
of the assembly seems open to some s--n the paat four mon*.ii.
Mrs. Grace Menan has resigned as
doubt for P. S. Malcolm, who admits
that he is the most patriotic citizen teacher in the Battin district, ard
Get the habit of
leaves Saturday for Denver. A.rithcr
of the state, declined to attend.
teacher has already been se-ured to
take her place.
NOTES AND NEWS
Mrs. Jennie She rod and Miss Anna
The Ku Klux Klan and the Scot Shell from Wallowa, friends of Mrs I
tish Rite Masons would better inves Riley Loyd visited with her Monday.
tigate Dr. Elmer B. Bryan, president
The Sunday school which has keen I
of Ohio University, who demands the held at the Battin schoolhouse, will
maintenance of religious education. be held at the Community clubhouse
In a talk to the educators assembled after, beginning next Sunday, March
for the annual convention of the de 11, at 2. Preaching is at 3, just after I
partment of superintendence of the Sunday schooL All are welcome.
S Phone SUnset 3571
National Education Association, Dr.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson and I
Bryan declared that fine school build- Mrs. Lilly Myers attended the chicken 1
dinner Friday evening at the Chris- 1
enough. “Christian education is the tian church at Kern J’ark.
only hope of the nation, provided we
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nebo shopped
place supreme emphasis where sup in Portland Wednesday.
reme values reside,” he said. "Edu
cation, like the human being, once New Books at Lents Branch Library
Cantilever Shoes Make
it has lost its soul, has nothing left
(Eggleston) “The Graysons,” a
that is worth having. Unless educa story of Abraham Lincoln.
tion takes account of the soul, the
GET MY PRICE BEFORE
(Fuller) “Across the Campus.”
Could you do Walter Camp’s
nation is doomed to go smash.”
(Morley) “Where the Blue Begins.” I famous “daily dozen" with your
LETTING THE JOB
feet strapped to boards ?
The Rev. Kenneth D. Miller, speak
Ordinary shoes are like boards
(Hope) “The Prisoner of Zenda.”
on your feet. Your arch cannot flex
ing before a Methodist meeting in
(Price) “Fortune of the Indies.”
in them because they are reinforced
Cleveland, put in a good word for
6007!, 82d St.
(Tarn) “Treasure of the Isle of : with 3teel between the leathers of
the immigrant. “The fabulous wealth Mist.”
the sole. Ask your shoemaker to
of America has been produced by the
show you when he is resoling a
(White) “On Tiptoe.”
toil of the immigrant,” he said.
pair of shoes. See how impossible
(O’Brien) “Atolta of the Sun.”
it is to bend them at the arch.
“The immigrant has been like a part
to a Ford car. He has been cheap.
A Cantilever Spring
He has been subjected to horrible
Dr. Douglas Stewart a leading
(Day) “Joan of Arc of the North
specialist, says: "The foot is a
abuse and unbelievable wear and tear. Woods.”
cantilever spring so made that when
When he breaks down he is sworn at.
(Fuller) “One World at a Time.’’
it is allowed to function normally
You may get the famous
It is noteworthy that nothing is said
it carries the body with the great
(Updegraff) “Obvious Adams.”,
about inviting these people to share
(Forman) “Man Who Lived in a
our life with us.
New parts are
The Cantilever Shoe is made with
a flexible arch which permits the
needed for the machine, that is all ”
at the following stores:
(Eaton) “Skyline Camps.”
cantilever spring of your foot to
(Crawford) “Witch of Prague.”
function normally. It gives that
Great Seal 140 Years Old
ease and resilience which char
6040 Foster Road, SUnset 2424
(Hillyer) “Child Training.”
The great seal of the United States
D. C. GF.DDES
was adopted by Congress 140 years
«405 82d St., SUnset 3503
perfect freedom to the muscles of
(Teasdale) “Rainbow Gold,” poems
ago. The design was suggesed by
L. L. DI ER & SON
the foot. The flexible arch of the
5010 72d St., SUnset 1353
Sir John Prestwich, an eminent Eng for children.
Cantilever Shoe fits snugly, while
it forms a natural support to the
(Colum) “Children Who Followed
lish antiquary, to John Adams, then
6305 Foster Road TAbor 2430
United States minister to Great Brit the Piper Wilde,” fairy tales.
Makes Life Easier
CRUM & CHAMBERS
ain, and was formally accepted by
7136 55th Ave., SUnset 4931
Cantilever Shoes give an added
Made in America
Congress on June 20, 1782.
zest to your pleasures and lighten
It is composed of a spread eagle,
The greatest cataract in the world the daily round of your duties. They
29th Ave. and 71st St., SUnset 2573
bearing on its breast an escutcheon is the Falls of Niagara.
are stylish as well as comfortable.
R. H. HI NE
with thirteen stripes, and its talons
The modish, rounded toe and the
The greatest cave in the world is
1781 Belmont at 69th St.
holding an olive branch and thirteen the Mammoth Cave in Kentucky.
who are particular about wearing
. ..ii: of Ixith.peace and
The greatest river in the world is
I. T. BOEHM
the Mississippi, 41000 miles long.
271 E. 82d St., TAbor 8685
That youthful, swinging step is
The largest valley in the world is
made possible by wearing Canti
I looded upon a mountain,
5537 Foster Road, SUnset 2644
the Valley of he Mississippi.
levers. Buy a pair tomorrow and
I looked upon a plain,
know what it means to walk miles
The largest lake in the world is
out-of-door» or at your every -da r
5204 Foster Rood, SUnset 2929
I saw a lot of green stuff
Lake Superior, which is truiy an in
v. ork without fatigue.
H. O. HICK OX
And it looked like waving grain. land sea, being 430 miles long and
591i 82<l St., SUnset 1283
I took another look,
1,000 feet deep.
I thought it must be grass—
The greatest natural bridge in the
5807 92d Street.
But goodness, to my horror.
world is the natural bridge over Ce 353 AlderSL
2-1 SOAP COMPANY
It was the freshman class.
dar Creek, in Virginia.
343 Russell St., EAst 0154
—From School Daze.
The greatest mass of solid iron in
mt. Scott herald
DEATH OF MRS M. K. HKNIKA
R. and M.
Millers’ Service Station
G A S O L I N E
82d ami Powell Valley Road
I’hone SUnset 2164
When once you’ve
given us 8 o m e work
we’ll please you so we
know you’ll be back.
That’s the way, ex
perience has taught us.
A Thrift Year
“Pat and Jeny”
Start n savings account today.
It only takes a dollar. After
that you’ll learn what every
other depositor knows—that it’s
fun to save.
Send correct size. Pay
post man on delivery nr
send money order. If
sheos are not so repre
sented we will cheerfully
refund your m one v
promptly upon request.
Tavelli & Mack.
It’s all tn getting started.
50th ana Division Sts,
You Can Earn
National Bay State Shoe Co.
I Per Cent
2*6 Broadway, New York. N. Y.
on your savings.
Patronise our advertiser*.
ON THE JOB!
266 Morriwon Street, the Jewelry
Store—and the Optical Store i.
■quare acroaa the afreet at 269
Morriann Street —I haw no other
branch «tore». We have a full and
complete »hop filled with men
who hove been with me for year,
and who are true to their em
ployer and their work — Honcat.
induntnoua, Ixtyal to both you
■ nd me.
Jewelry of modern make.
Optical Store right »quare aeroaa
the atreet. DR. HURI.KY I» in
charge. We want your trade—
your parent, hate alwaya traded
Lent», Portland. Or.
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GEORGE A. JIGGAR
128 Third st., bet. Washington
and Alder sts.
Just l’v blocks from “M-S”car.
MEALS AND LUNCHES
' - ...
Read the display ads too.
Read the Herald Classified ads.
I)o It Now!
When you went to borrow money
on vour property see
266—269 MORRISON ST.. PORTLAND. OREGON
OTTO & HARKSON
413 Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
Position Wanted By
Phone SUnaet 1308
Grays Croning Barbershop
Î ‘-M7 82d atreet, next the metal work»
CHILDREN’S HAIRCI TTING. 25c
John J. Conboy, Prop.
LAUER REALTY CO.
CITY PROPBKTY and FARM»
I M)18 T2nd Hl real
Richmond Plumbing &
1078 Divi.jon Street
266 Morrison St., Portland. Oregon
is the forerunner of nearly all human sickness.
Waste matter remaining in. the intestines sends its
poisons throughout the body. Resistence is weak
ened. Strength is undermined—colds, headache, in
fluenza and other sickness are invite«! momentarily.
The Old Way
you feel constipated in the morning. You wait until
night, then take a laxative of the old-fashioned, slow
acting type—What follows? You wait till next
morning for results. A whole day lost!
The New Way
CIJRREVS SYSTEM CLEANSER
is a harmless water laxative and intestinal antisep
tic. It really flushes the system as onlv water laxa
tive can do—quickly, gently, completely it removes
the poisonous waste material. No waiting till night
to take—then waiting till next morning for results.
PHONE 1 Abor 3760
Cuney’s System Cleanser
Your inspection invited at the
taken on arising gives relief while the.morning is
yet young. It safe guards the health—removes the
poisonous waste from the bowels without dangerous
loss of time. Relief is certain and complete.
GREEN HILL DAIRY
Phene SUnaet 3442
74th and Foster Road
' Perfectly Pasteurized Milk, Cream
Whipping Cream and Buttermilk
Horseshoelnq & Gen. Blacksmilhlnq
2-J Powder Soap
CANTILEVER SHOE CO.
S Una el 3368
A CCESSO RIES
Why Pay More
Sheet Metal Works
We have purchased
1’22,000 pair United States
Army Munson last shoes,
sizes 5Vt to 12, which was
the entire surplus stock of
one of the largest United
States government shoe
This shoe is guaranteed
100 per cent solid leather,
color dark tan. bellows
tongue, dirt and water
proof. The actual value
of this shoe is $6. Owing
to this tremendous buy we
can offer same to the pub
() 1 I.
ILL ARD AVENUE
LEED & L UEL CO.
Have YOU a
Why not give u* a call when in
need of garage service?
all kinds of
MN 9 Id St.
Eastern and Western
Walsh Electric Co.
Why Not Try taqle Garage
9327 Foster Road
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DR. P. J. O’DONNELL
Phone»—SUnxet 1510 <office)
SUneat 1818 (residence)
Cor. 92d and Foater Road
Anything that’s good to eat:
Groceries, Meats, Fish, Canned
T 1» a conaoling thought
to know that your dear
one wax laid away by a
firm that doe« not con-
rider the service mere
ly a» a burine«« trans
A. D. KfNWORUlY & CO
Day and Night Service
A D. Vnworthy
5802-4 92nd St.
R. S. HcndeniM
U p n MATHES
III & n MARKET
5927 NINETY-SECOND STREET S. E.
Phone SUnaet 3955