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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 16, 1914)
Ras Your ChUd Worms?
Doings of Our Neighbors
Tremont, Kem Park and Arteta
Mosi chlldren do. A Coated, Furrcd
Tnngue; Hlrong Breatli ; Mtomach Paine;
Girale« under F.ye« ; Pale. Hallow Com
HBHHZY ITEMS CONTRIBUTED BY HI.RAI.D REPORTERS AT NEARBY POINTS
pie xion ; Nervini* Fratini; (iruxling of
Miss Gladys Worden ot 4*57_661!i-
Johnnie Pratt of 72 Street and Cooper
Trrth, Tietsing in slnrp ; Peculiar Dreams ’
Avenue, was kicked by a horse on
of the |MMiple own nearly all of the Street has been ill for several days.
—«ny one of tlirsa Indicate (Jtilld ha.
Tuesday and as a result is in the
wealth and thirty-seven percent are
Worms. Gel a i*>x of Kit'ka|>oo Worm 9
Killer at oline It kills thè Worms—Ila* |
Mrs. Pierson of 54th. Avenue ia hospital with a broken leg.
Nothing Ilk» it—the weather.
catier of yotirohild’e notiditlon. I» Lata
Old John I.*, celebrated his seventy- : seriously ill with blood poison due to
Everylmdy 1« busy In the bay*fields. fifth birthday last week at Pocatunlce a bad tooth.
live and aids Nature tovxprlthr Worms
Rev. W. T. S. Spriggs, pastor of the
Hupplird in candy (orni Easy for ohU-
Arleta Baptist Church, will leave
The summer vacation days have Hill, north of New York City last week,
<lren to take 25<* . ut yonr l*ruggi*t.
surrounded by fierce dogs, armed
Mrs. J. H. Dorman is enjoying a visit | on his vacation, end will probably be
guards and burglar alarms. He is a from her mother and sister from Wis gone s month.
The finest and biggest crop of wild
[xxir rich man,
lucklw'i iraiM Sil*« lw Cull. Berns. Serti blacklierries ever known I- now rip*,
A wealthy German liquor deeler was
Miss Josephine Marie Jerntegard and
would think from the out here on a junketing trip over Bun
Mr. E M. Ixiper. Marill, N. Y, writes:
James Casey were married on
Arleta W. C. T. L*. members will
“I have never lia-l a Cut, Burn, Wound number of autos that go by the P. O. day with a lot of his boon companions,
They will live at 1.13*
or Hon' it would not heal." (let a box of here tiiat everybody is joy-riding
and brought out a lot of German pro have a picnic at the Cbautaugua on > East 19th. Street in Sellwood.
Three hundred and eighty autos vender including German saUHages, I Friday.
Burklvn's Arnica Halve today
handy at all times for Burns. Horse, Cute, »ere counted going through Cherryville Wrelphatean ham, Znreback biscuit,
The family of M.*G. Burns of 68th.
Wounds. Prevents Lxkjaw. 25c.. at '■ on the Fourth an I then the person got Swiss cheese ami of course a case of
Capt. Canuto of the Kern Park Fire
will spend a month at ttie (reach,
-tired counting and quit.
Budweiser beer made from bops grown Station returned from a two weeks
Every bnl at the Mountain hotel In Bohemia. Everytiiing in America vacation on Wednesday evening,
and Miss Gertrude Chambers will go
wax full last Saturday night and Sunday was rotten.
night, and many of them were turned
Pho«« Tabor ItM
Mr. and Mrs. 1-eFever have returned
down on account of lack of space.
Rolden-c 211 N. Main St. Leets, Ore.
The Kern Park Fire Department gave
from their honeymoon and are located
No thunder or lightning, tornadoes *
Saturday evening and they will
in their new home on 73d. Street.
or files and mosquitoes.
continue them each week at their open
Now is the time to invest in land oe-
air platform. They have good mutic
There will tie a Sunday School rally
fore the tiooin seta in. A person can
The Kern Park C. E. will have a and intend to maintain first class order.
buy now at Ills own figure—with a little
moonlight ride on Thursday evening
Mt. Stell. Leela sad Portland
ready cash—what will advance greatly Christain Church, July 19.
The ladies of St. Paul’s Church,
In price in the next five years. Dr. Esson, State Bible School Superintend
Woodmere, gave a social at tha home of
Smith, candidate for* governor said in ent, will conduct the morning and
Arleta people are very much disturbed Mrs. Duvall at 4828, 71 Street, Wednce-
Baggage and General Hauling, I Oregon City, “that this state will afternoon services.
Revival meeting* will tiegin at * p. m. just now over the presence of nearly a I4*’-
double in population in the next five
July 19, by Elder M. Howard Fagan dozen caaes of smallpox in their midst. I P. A. Kennedy of 50th Avenue and
Trunk» 50c Lach
Lillian B. Averill, who has t>een at and wife of Eugene, Oregon.
82d Street has fenced up a portion of
Our pastor, Rev, Reeder, attended
home for ttie |>aat month from ths state
The Multnomah Sheet Metal Works his avenue in order to force a settlement
normal school returns this week to the convention of the Christain Church have the contract for the Reed and of street lines. At present there is no
teach a school i-ear Astoria for the next at Turner the past week.
N'irntns residence in East Moreland.
definate understanding as to where the
Ix*a\r Bsygsgi- ('heck ami Ad-lrraa
Miss Grace Furgerson of St. Johns
three months. She will finish her term
line is located.
al Plummer Drug Stori*.
has been electee! to teach the upper
at the normal this fall and winter.
Third and Madison St
J. T. Frei) Sr. of Eugene was in town Lstourell school and came up Thursday
of his shop at *018 Foster Road and will
this week looking over his ranch just to sign her contract.
Mr. ami Mrs. 1-ewis Reed and Miss try to re-establish the trade which has
east of the P. O.
A joint birthday party and celebra Iva Reed enjoyed a launch ride to been lost through mismanagement.
Goodfellow is a goodfello r at the Furniture and Hardware, Uphols
Washougal last Wednesday.
Watches Clocks and Jewelry tion was given at the home of Mr. anil
Miss Hazel Johnstone of Portland business and should get the trade.
tering and Repairing of all kinds
Mrs. Exra Trueman, just eaat of the
was calling on friends here Wednesday.
Repaired and Made to Order
PHONE TABOR 920
Miss Abbie Stites of Portland is the I ing in dry territory. Kenyon is work- j
Fourth of Julv was the anniversary of
of Mrs. Clara Smith at Ferndale ing for nation wide prohibition. “If j
the birth of Mrs. Trueman.
5902 72 ST. S. E
brotherhood is socialism,” said Senator
A Mr. Taylor of Portland, an agent Place.
Kenyon at this church dedicaiton, |
for the Anti-saloon League, occupied
The rock crusher at tunnel No. 1, will
“then Christianity is socialism for f
the pulpit at tlie church here lawt Sun liegin to crush rock this week and will
brotherhood is the dynamite of Chris
EDO AR T. ORR.
J. J. MANNINO
furnish rock for the Columbia River
tianity. What an opportunity there is
The warm days and warm rain did a highway* Rock will lie brought to
to accomplish this great work, not in
good deal of goiid.
Corbett by cars and conveyed to the
t he spirit of anger or hate, but of love.”
Phone Tabor 644
We are now journeying on towards i top of the hill by automobile trucks,
Ask for the Cleaner
the last days of summer.
I The county is making a fill of the
The Herald gives Witbycombe a dig gulch near here a* the bridge is not
on hlr re-actionary tendencies. It is strong enough to carry the heavy loads
natural for a Britisher to lie a “stand of rock which must pass over to reach
An Englishmen wants the the highway.
Arleta Baptist Church
old order like it is ‘‘bin hold Hingland” ■ Mies Belle McGreagor from Eastern
Schoo) next Sunday morning at
don’t you knowT Where two percent Oregon is the guest of Mrs. P. O. 9:45. Preaching
at 11 a. m. and 7:30
p. m. B. Y P. U. meeting at 6:15 p. m.
CLEANING AND PRESSING
Mr. and Mrs. Elier and a party of Prayer Meeting Thursday evening at
friends of Portland were callers at Fern- 45. Everybody welcome to any and
Ladies and Oeodeaaa's C le thia y
all of these services.
- dale Place Sunday.
Cleaned. Pressed aad Repaired
A movem nt has been started by tax-
payers of the six school districts just Millard AVCDUC Pw»xhyt>rian ChllTCh
east of the Sandy River to organise a
Service« 10:00 a. m. Sabbath
union high school. A meeting will be School. 11:00 a. m. morning worship.
, held tonight on Columbia Heights to 6:46 p. m. Y. P. 8. C E. 7:30 Evening
worship. Thursday, 7:30 midweek ser
S4R7 72ad St S. E.
; consider the propoeition. Delegatee ; vice, 8:00 p. m. chior practice.
Near Millard Ave.
from each district will be in attendance.
Rev. Wm. H. Amos, Pastor.
Beaver State Herald
I If it is found that a sufficient number of'
pupi> in the district desire high school }
St Peter's Catholic Church
work to warrant it, the school will be
Low Mass at 8 a. m. High
I established this Fall.
Mass at 10:30 a. m. Sunday School at
8:30 a m. Week days: Maes at 8 a. m.
L 0. 0. F. BUILDING
Choir Rehearsal, Sunday 12 M.
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Leabo & Travis
Little Carol, daughter of Don Bilk
worth has been sick for several days.
On Wednesday evening in a fit of
vomiting she discharged a piece of
cloth two inches wide and over a foot
George Davis of Seattle nas leased the
rooming house at Arleta formerly owned
by Mrs Lillian M. Trigg. Mr. Davis has
bad considerable experience in the hotel
business. Furnished or unfurnished
rooms and meals.
Arnold’s Merry-go-round is doing
some charity work in the Arletasection.
On Wednesday evening it gave a benefit
for the Baptist church and on Friday
evening it will give another for the
♦ l.*9 pays for the Herald one year and
three fine aluminum sauce pans—
worth *3.00. Call or write us your
order. The Herald.
Malis at the Lents poetotfice arrive
and depart as follows:
6 900 A. M.
12 45P. M.
3:10 P. M.
5:20 P. M.
There Is more Catarrh In thia section of
the country than all other dlaeasea put
together, and until the last few years
was supposed to be Incurabl-
great many years doctors pronounced It a
focal disease and prescribed he al reme
dies. and by constantly failing to cure
with local treatment, pronounced It Incur
able. Science has proven Catarrh to be 3
constitutional disease, and therefore re
quires constitutional treatnv nt.
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J.
Cheney A Co., Toledo. Ohio. h tne only
Constitutional cure on th- market. It ii
taken internally. It acts <! ■ c'ly on tbs
blood and mucous surfaces .if the system.
They offer one hundred • h irs for any
- as* It falls to cure. Send for circulars
Vddress F J CHKN ET * <~O . To:«le. O.
Sold by Ilrussiots. 7S-:
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
J. P. Nordin
At The Churches
A. D. Kenworthy
You are just as near
our Store as to your
You are not compelled to make per
sonal visits to our store—you can
Just call us up, tell us your want*
and we deliver promptly. It costs no
more to have your drugs delivered
and may save you time and worry
TELEPHONE TABOR 3424
THE GRATS CROSSING
J. A. kLRLANDER. Proprietor
Cor. A2ad St. sag the car Use
Dr. C. W. Ti d ball
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office cor 82nd St. and 60th Ave.
Ree. 5905 82nd St. S. E.
Phone Tabor 4256
DR. JOHN FAWCETT
Diseases of Women and Children
Pacific Taltor 3214
Home Local 2111
Dr. P. J. O'Donnell
Hour«: « to I'J A. M. Itoli. M
Hnndsy «nä Krening« by appointment
A-xx-latc-l with Dr. Fswcelt
Main 430, Home A 4658
Dunning & McEntee
Seventh and Ankeny Streets
Alvord Undertaking Company
Lenta ami Kern Park
G. E. GREENLEAF, Manager
Res. 4510 70th St. 8. E. Cor. 45lh Ave
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
Cails answered day or night i t any part
of the city. Quick Auto Service, Fine
Equipment, lady Assistant.
Night Phone B 11**
bay Phone Tabor MM
tiey Phone Lent« «Ml
Shiloh Circle No. IB, Ladle« of O. A. R. meet«
let and M Hsturdsy evening« In 1.0. O. F.
Liliali Maffei. Pres., Carrie
•MillI 14 mile« aoutheaat of Kelao
LUMBER $6 AND UP
targe stock of Dimension Lumber on hand
Rough and Dreaaed lumber for all purpoaea
•end order to JONHRUD Ml« Boring RD1
NOTES OF THE W. C. T. I).
Seventh Day Adventist Church
Saturday Sabbath school, 10 a. tn.
Saturday preaching. 11 a. tn. Wednee-
day prayer meeting, 7:30 p. m. S iiii -
day preaching, 7:45 p. m‘
On Tuesday of this week a most de
lightful meeting of the Union was held
| in the 1-ents Park. Mrs. Richardson
had charge of the proceedings and won
much praise for the tine program ren- Orman Fvangeliral Refnrrned Church
dered. The portable organ belonging
8 K.hoo| 10 A M German School
to the M E. Church was secured for I Saturday 10 A. M. Y. P. S. Wednesday
the music. Mrs. Moore gave a scrip 8 P. M. Sunday worship 11 A. M.
Pentecostal services 11 A. M. Confir
ture reading, Mrs. Dunbar the prayer,
mation. The following class will be ad
: and Mise Eugenie Richardson rendered mitted into the congregation: Lena
; a solo upon the violin. Miss Edna Ertler, Josephine Ertler, Franz Ertler,
Burns gave a sketch of Miss Anna Adelina Schultz. Celebration of the
Gordan. There was a recitation by Holy Communion. Offering for benefit
of the church erection fund. Germans
Dora Dunbar, and a song, “The Better arc invite.! to attend and bring friends.
Montgomery *and Fifth St
Mrs. Richardson explained
Th. Schildknecht, Pastor
that this was the day set apart to
emphasise the organisation of the
Lents Friend's Church
young people, tbs day being the anni
Bible School 9:45 a. m., Clifford
versary of the birthday oi the originator Barker, Superintendent.
the children’s work, Mies Gordon.. 11 a. m. Jnnior C. E. 3 p. m. Chris
Mrs. Georgs of Portland, spoke of tha tain Endeavor 7 p. m. Preaching 8
work taken up by the state in extend p. m.
John Riley, pastor.
ing the organisation of the Young Cam
paigners for Prohibition and fifty-two
Kern Part Christian Church.
names were secured, each of whom will
Corner 69th st rest and 46th ave. 8. E.
wear the Y. C. P. badge. Mies Eugenie
Bible School 10 a. m. Preaching ser
Phone Mahl 9
Richardson will have charge of the vice
11 a. m. and 8 p. tn. Christain
work in tnie section.
Endeavor 7 p. m. Mid-week praver
Besides the vote in Washington, meeting 8pm Thursday.
Oregon and California on November 3, Study Claes 8:45 p. m. Thursday.
A cordial welcome to all who will at
the state of Virginia votes on state wide tend
any and all servicee.
prohibition on September 22.
R. Tibbs Maxey, Minister.
Senator Kenyon of Iowa, was invited
Lents Evangelical Church
Home to make the add res* at the dedication
School 9:45 A. M. Preaching
Service 11 A. M and 8 P. M Y. P. A.
town, Fort Dodge. He chose for his 6:45.
Special music by orchestra and
topic, “The Challenge of the World to choir 7:45 to 8:15. Prayer meeting
the Church.** Among other good Thursday evening at 8 P. M. Rev. T.
things he said : “Many private inter- R. Hornschttch, Pastor.
<*st* are today fighting righteousness in
Lents Baptist Church
this country and adding their profits in
Lord’s Day. July 19 Morning worship,
so doing, but democracy is silting in 11 A. M. Bible school, 9:45 A. M. Elmo
Hawthore Ave. and East 11th. St.
judgment on h->w men acquire their Heights 8 8., 2:30 P. M B Y. P. IL,
wealth. Some day men will be ex- 7, P. M. Evening worship, 8 P. M
eluded from the churches for practicing J r>'<tfh'ng by Roliert G. Kav, a student
from the Ixis Angles Bible Institute. J.
extortion on their fellowmen just as 1
quickly a. they are now becoming
Senator Kenyon lived in
Iowa when it was a ptohibition state.
•„ 11 a. m. . and
members. Services at Bennet. Chapel
and thus found out the obstacles to M E. Church 3 p. m. Evangelistic
state wide prohibition.
The Webb- services in the evening.
Kenyon law, making it impossible for League 7 p. tn. Prayer meeting Thurs-
outside concerns to ahi,, alcoholic
Sch°ol and Bible
i beverages into dry territory was the totake part in the progress of Christain
result of knowledge gained through IIv-1 effort.
W. Bovd Moore, Pastor.
J. P. Finley&Son
Phone Tabor 1280
We have the Lime. Brick, Cement, Plaster,
Gravel or Sand, all good as the liest at prices tojsuit
And Don’t Forget Us
when in need of Feed, Wood or Coal. Grades
ami Quality for all purposes
Kem Park Feed & Fuel Company
6840 Foster Road, opposite former location
will come it 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
Wilberg-Oppegard Inv. Co.
Real Estate Office
6924 Foster Road
Phone Taber 619
Phone Main 6199