Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923, July 09, 1914, Image 5

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    Has Your Child Worms?
Doings of Our Neighbors
Moat children do. A Coated. Furred
Tongue, Strong Breath| Htomacli Pains;
Circles umler Eye« ; Pale, Hallow Com­
BMEZY ITKMS CONTRIBUTED BY HERALD REPORTERS AT NEARBY POINTS
plexion; Nervous Fretful; Grinding of
Mias Audrey Purdin ia visiting her
The Rebekahaa and Oddfellows will
Teeth ; Towing In sleep ; Peculiar Dreams
aunt
in
Vancouver,
have
a joint installation on Saturday
of
the
MW
station
and
from
whom
any <me of tlirs«> indicate Child liax
evening.
GRESHAM
Worms. Get a I m > x of Kicke|xx> Worm
l>nox avenue is named, entertained
Dick Allen of Woodmere has been ill
Rcwu ’os tea
Killer at onw It kills the Worms—the <H--------
a twenty-three ladies one day recently,
esw«a«v. i pnwv see
this week.
cans«'of your child's coiidilion Is Laxa­ 0. M
Mrs. Bert Wilberg and daughter have
Hall hue return«-«! from a
who represented the Women’s Mission­
<««v ervMBW -wsrr
•nw
gone
to Chinook, Wa-b., for a few
tive ami ani« Nature to expel lite Worms bllsilltMM trip to Kaetcrii Oregon.
Me»
TO HAWK ’WM uw
Miw-r» Wm. and Chas. Raney have ary Hociety of the Third Unite,! Presby­
Mrs. C. Cham bless has gone to weeks.
Hupplii’d iti candy form Eaey for «‘Idi-
A
n/sr» ro tie
*<t*v
returned from Idaho where they have terian Church. The subject discussed
Rainier for a few days with friends.
«Iren to take 25c.. at your Druggist.
Is-en for several months pant
wm . topic for June, vis., “The Unity of
Mrs. Wm. Quick ( of Seventy-fifth
< irandma Wood who lias lieenspeniiing the Kingdom." Each realized that
E. Davis, of Simóla A Davie, has gone street was taken to the hospital on the
luckln t Irnice Salve 1« Cu!», lumi. Semi
■««me time at the home of her granilson,
to Deep Kiver, Wash., for a two week's 26th of June.
Mr E H. laiper, Manli, N. Y.,writes:
both pleasure and profit were results of
Guy Wood in Portland has returned to
vacation.
“I lieve nevvr had a l’ut. Burli, Wotinil
the mwting.
nor home here.
or More il wotild noi h«-al." Gel a box of
Children with matches caused a fire
Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Dickinson,
M ismw Ethel Wilkinson and Helen
Sixty fourth south of Foster road is at 5319, Sixty-fifth avenue, in a large
Itmkli-n's Arnie* Salve today
K«<vp
Hons came <!<»wn from Monmouth to whose home was located on Johnson
t>eing improved with a curbing and new barn, owned by G. M. Cox.
handy al all tini«« for Burli», Morw, <,'nte,
s|s-n«l the Fourth. Returning to school creek near Deerdoff road, are at pres­
concrete sidewalks.
Wotimls. Prevalila Lockjaw. 2ix-.. at
Monday morning.
ent sick in the city. Mrs. Dickinson
yuur Druggisi.
< in-sham enjoyed a very pleasant 4th.
Glen Duer of Seventy-second street
Mr. Link of the Multnomah Sheet
There In-ing no acchient* of any kind to has been under treatment over a
and
Foster road, and wile, spent last
Metal Works is in Hillsboro on business
month. Mr. Dickinson hat been sick
mar the day.
week at Seaside. They report it pretty
i
this
week.
Ph -ac Tabor IIM
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. McDougal, of since the first of the month. On the 3rd
chilly down there.
(sKC.BUT
Rc.ldroir 211 N. Mala St. Lasts, Ors.
Mr. Meukenmier has returned to
I cuts. wi-re <in-sham visitors the 4th.
inst., fire was discevere«! in their home
thu , .a
Millard avenue after a lengthy absence
Lonner Pugh, of Portlan«! wan a
about six o’clock in th*, afternoon.
in South-eastern Oregon.
F. D. Thompson's wood saw team ran
ViOM’T «xer MHt
Gresham visitor recently.
W41V «4ze*M
away one day last week, breaking up
Miss btella Itugg of Gresham, an«! Friends in the neighborhood were com-
the truck and scattering things
Jas. E. Mills of S|«okane, were marritsi pelled to see their house and all its con­
generally.
Ml Scott. L*etS and Purllsad
al the home of the hridon parents, on tents completely destroyed. It is be­
July 4th Mr. and Mrs Mills have gone lieved to tie the work of an incendiary.
t«i S-asidi- for a brief honeymoon, after We understand it was insured, but the
S9O2 72TST. S. E.
The Arleta librarian is holding a story
which they will go to 8|x>kan<- to make i sympathy of the community goes out
hour
every Tuesday afternoon at three
Baggage and General Hauling, their home.
Upholstering Repairing, Finish­
*
' to them in their loss.
Io*«. Their al»«ence
o’clock at South Mount Tabor park.
The Greeham Frail growers association and sickness touch all who hear of it.
ing. New and Second Hand
Trunks 50c Each
completed its organization monday ; Miss Andrey Dozier wtio went to vieit
Goods Bought and Sold.
night by adopting a constitution and with her old chum, Mrs. A Blatchford,
The Arleta library has an interesting
DAILY SERVICE
by laws. The members of the lx>ard of at Shelburn, Oregon, was taken violent­
exhibit of moths and butterflies from
PHONE TABOR 920
directors are; M. (>. Nelson, Troutdale, ly ill and confine«! to her be«l two
India, South America and the United
States.
l.-avr Bafgag«- Check nud A<l>lrrsM
II. E. Davis, tin-sham; Jas. Sterling. weeks. We are gla«l to report that she
at Plummer Drug Store.
Gresham; F If. lehman, Gresham; is convalescing.
Her many friends
Third and Madison St.
Win. Peterson, Gresham.
here will rejoice at her recovery and
W. C. Nelson fell from i a house he
Rev. M. B. Parouagian, of Salem, welcome her home again.
was building at Fiftieth avenue and
was a Sunday visitor at the M. E.
Fifty-eight street for F. Mennater,
It is with pleasure that we report
Chun-h.
Real Estate-Notary Public
Tuesday, and was badly injured by the
Mies Huber as recovering from her long
Grandma W<xsl is entertaining lx-r
breaking of some ribe and serious
Watches Clocks and Jewelry niece Mrs R. Scott, of Seattle, and tlx- I ami serious illness.
Houses, Lots and Acreage
bruise*.
Mrs Rindle ties so far recover*«! from
latter* daughter, Mias Ruth Scott
for Sale or Trade
Repaired and Made to Order
Th«x<. Hinder is seriously ill at hit* her operation that her nurse is gone
anil she is able io lie about. A rapid
Prepared For the Worst
home here.
6521 Foster Road,
Arleta, Oregon
recovery is the wish o! her friends.
When
Sam Jackson, now publisher
win'k
Dr. W J. Ott returned last
The glorious fourth passed in quiet in
ot the Oregon Journal), was editor of the
from his trip to Kansas
[ the country district, but Old Glory
East Oregonian, of Pendleton, he went
floate«l
from
many
homes.
—
“
The
down
to Portland one day. and met a
EDGAR
T.
ORR.
J.
J.
MANNINO
Lenta,
•
>r»-g«>n
Main Street
s
& i Union Forever.”
cousin trom Virginia, name«! Norman.
Miss I.ily Blohm has gone to Seattle
GILBERT
He invited Norman to go up to Pendle­
s
S for a well earned vacation.
ton with him for a visit. Norman con­
Phone
Tabor
644
Residents on l^nox avenue are
sented. So Sam wired to Mrs. Jack-
Ask for the Cleaner
■ Iilcas«-1 to have a waiting roon built at
Do you know:
son:
. Ramapo. Mr. Wm. Riedy is the man
That a bag of hot sand often relieves
“Coming on the early morning train
of honor as we understand he conferred neuralgia.
—Norman with me.”
will) the Portlami Railway Light A
That warm boracic acid solution will
They got to Pendleton about 3 a. in.,
Power Co., who furnished the material. remove dandruff.
and went up to the Jackson home. The
and
Friends here unite«! in putting it up.
That a little soda water will relieve
bouse was lighted. Jackson was sur­
— Pittsburgh Presa.
Mrs. John Lenox, who live* just north sick iieadaclie caused by indigestion?
prised to find Mrs. Jackson waiting for
That a cupful of strong coffee will re­
him, and was further surprised to ob­
CLEANING AND PRESSING
move the odor of onions from ihe j
serve a rather stern expression oti he?
breath?
Ths Garden Variety.
face.
Ladies nd Oeotiemin's clothing
That well ventilate«! bedroom« will
A slim chicken who was so thin that
Cleaaed. Pressed and Repaired
She met him at the door. “Where’s
prevent morning headaches and lassi­ she nicked the counter where she lean-
the women?” «he asked acidly.
cd nimInst It, trickled up to the hosiery
tude?
“What woman?" spluttered Jackson.
Wort Called lor and Delivered
That a cupful of hot water before department of a Sixteenth street store
“This woman you refer to in this
meals will sometime« relieve nausea and and said:
message,"
said Mrs. Jackson, handing
“Cswn yon give me a pair of hose
dyspepsia?
her astonished husband the telegram he
5497 72ad St S. E.
that
won't
bag
at
the
knees?"
Address
That one in a faint should be laid
had sent.
Near Millard Ave.
Marne shifted her chicle against her
flat on Uie beck, with the head lower back molars, oozed a wise slant over
It read: “Coming in the morning—
Beaver State Herald
tiian the rest ot the body if possible, the customer aDd replied listlessly-.
woman with me!”—Pathfinder.
Lents,
Oregon
the clothes loosened, cold water applied
“Not unless yub take garden hosef"
to the face; and otherwise let alone? —Judge.
Funeral Directors
That the best time to bathe is just be­
An Idle Boast.
fore
going to bed. as any danger of tak­
L 0. 0. F. BUILDING
“I can reed your thoughts."* he said
Phone Tabor 1280
ing cold is thus avoided and the com­ with a smll«*
Talxir 5267
plexion is improve,! by keeping warm
“And yet votf don't say good night
for several hours after leaving the and go.“ she replied -Yonkers States­
We have the Lime, Brick, Cement, Plaster,
Oregon
Lents,
man.
bath?
Gravel
or Sand, all good as the beet at prices tojmit
DR. JOHN FAWCETT
Tremont, Kern Park and Arleta
r
f-
Edward Mills
LEÀBO'S FURNITURE HOSPITAL
EXPRESS
Chas. F. Parker
J. P. Nordin
QUEEN
PRESSING
PARLOR
HERALD
One Year
$4.50
A. 0. Kenworthy
and Company
Spring Building
PROFESSIONAL CAROS
Diseases of Women and Children
Grays Crossing Items
a Specialty
Pacific Talior 3214
Home Ixx'al2111
Tabor »14
I Home
8011
Dr. P. J. O’Donnell
DENSIST
Hour»: M to '2 A M
! to ft P M
Hutiday and Evriitniro by appointment
An»orUtr<1 with Dr. Fawcett
Mnln, Oregon
J. P. Finley<&Son
Funeral Directors
Montgomery'and Fifth St
Phones:
Main 430, Home A 4568
Dunning & McEnlee
FUMERAI DIRECTORS
Seventh and Ankeny Streets
Portland
Oregon
Experienced Woman
In Attendane*
Miss Blanche Frynne of Sacramento,
Mrs. Henry Hal), Mr. and Mrs.
Cal., is visiting her cousin, Mrs. John Thomas Lyle and Owen Lewis were
Howe at Grays Crossing.
guests at a dinner party at the home of
Miss Joseph Kurlander, on Tuesday
L M. Rhoads of Clatskanie, Or«., evening.
brother of C.E Rhoads, has returned.
He was engaged in constructing a tele­
phone line through Clatskanie, Or*.
You are just near
Alvord Undertaking Company
Lanta and Ker* Park
Main Office
Phone Main 9
G. E. GREENLEAF. Manager
R m . 4510 70th Ht. H. E. Cor. 45th Ave
Mrs. E. S. Simmon« .had a pleaaant l
W. J. Rubli has rented the store at
Grays Crossing in the Lent building birthday party on Saturday evening.
ami will put in a compì- te line of hard­ Mrs. Simmons received some beautiful
ware.
presents, among them being some
choice cut glass pi-ces. The home of
Dr. Tidbali has taken up his residence Mrs. Simmons on Foster road was used
at Grays Crossing in the Hillinan home. for dancing. The adjoining home of
Mrs. J, T. Perkins for card playing
Louis Biomart of 6307 Eighty-second The lawns “.nd houses were decorated
street visited at Grays Crossing on July with Japanese lantern«. Refreshment«
There were
4 and 5. He left for Multnomah Fal’e were served at midnight.
Monday where he will make bis home. twenty two guests present.
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
Calls annwere«l «lay or night in any part
nt the city. Quick Auto Service, Fine
Equipment, fauly Asxistaut.
Night Phone R 1IIW
b»F Phone Tabor JSM
Day Phone Ix»nt« 15'21
LODGE DIRECTORY
Shiloh Circle No. 1», ladles ot O. A. R. meets
1st and Sd Haturrtay evenings In I.O. O.F.
hall. Lents
Llllah Mallet, Pres., Carrie
Ingles. Bec'y.
JONSRUD BROS.
Home
B-1888
Phone East
781
LERCH
Undertaker
Hawthore Ave. and liest IIth. St.
BORING OREGON
Phone Mi
(Mill 1 1-4 miles southeast of Kelso
Mrs. I.erch
CEDAR POSTS
SHINGLES
MOULDINGS
TURNED WORK
Assistant
LUMBER $6 AND UP
I«r«e stocli of Dlmsnirton Lnmlier on hand
Hough and Ilressetl kontier for all purposes
■and order to JONHRtlD RRO8. Rorlns RIH
Branch Office
Carters Building
Kern Park
Mrs. Nancy A. Newbill, mother of
Elmer Newbill of Grays Crossing, ia ex­
pected on Saturday.
our Store as to your
Mr. Owen I^wis give« a launch party
and picnic on Sunday next for a party
of twenty-two.
You are not compelled to make per­
sonal visit« to our store—you can
PHONE
Just call us up, tell us your wants
and we deliver promptly. It costs no
more to have your drug« delivered
and may save you time and worry
Mr. Pugh, ths constable at Grays
Crossing has s<>l<! his grocery business
to his step-son. Mr. and Mrs. Pugh
are going to the coast.
Mr. and Mrs. Levine of Rayburn
and Sixty-second street are the proud
parents ol a IO, pound baby boy.
Mr. James Bailey, who is ill with
typhoid fever is slowly recovering. Mr
Bailey’s father, brother and sister are
here trom the East.
Miss Crane of Gilbert road ieft on
Tuesday for the home of her father at
Oak Point.
Phone
TELEPHONE TABOR 3424
THE GRAYS CROSSING
PHARMACY
And Don't Forget Us
when in need of Feed, Wood or Coal. Grades
and Quality for all purposes
Kern Park Feed & Fuel Company
6840 Foster Road, opposite former location
A Smile
of Satisfaction
«
will come if you buy your interior finishing
lumber from us. We furnish soft yellow fir
of the kind that suits.
Let us Show You Our Stock of
Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Sash. Doors, Moul­
dings, Paper, Roofing and Builders Hardware
Lowest Prices consistent with
worth while qualities
The Square Deal Dominates all Our
Business Transactions
J. A. KURLANDER, Proprietor
Cor. Kind St. and the car line
Dr. C. W. Tidbali
PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON
Office cor 82nd St. and tiOth Ave.
Res. 5906 82nd St. 8. E.
Phone Tabor 4256
Wilberg-Oppegard Inv. Co.
Lumber Yard
Real Estate Office
6924 Foster Road
Phone Taber 619
Broadway Building
Phone Main 6199