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Ph sc Tabor 2254
ResMcsvV 211 N. Mais St. Lests. Ort
Mt. Scott. Lents and Portland
C. C. Wiley is putting up a new house
at Gilbert Road and lammt Ave.
LOCAL ANO PERSONAL
W. A. Hall returned from Wapinilia
All church. >ocl«ty. pers.inal and local new» Wednesday.
not published tor proht. Irre: notice» of en-
Urtalnmrnu. conduct«.! Dir profit, publlahvd
at a »c minlmim, ot so wur.lv. Announce
Elmer Wright slid tainily have moved
ment» and can! ot thank», Mme rate
to Lati rande.
tising rate» quoted on request
ÎHE CHURCH IS 1
WILL TAKE YOUR ORDER FOR
Mrs. Frank Barstow is enjoying a visit
Joe Cope|»nd is visiting his brother al
from lier brother from Gdorado.
Midvale, Idaho, thia week.
A Broader Sphere for Religion—Now
Field for the Rural Church.
Vern Irish returned last Thursday
N. Anderson is building a MW bouse
' from Sioux City. Iowa, when« he went on l*owell Valley Road.
I to visit his sick father.
Turkeys, (ieese, Ducks, or
Chickens—-order at once
By Peter Radford.
Lrtlunr Netlonai ITuinrri' I'niuii
The social duty of the rural church
I. A. Brown is puttiug up a new
as much a part of its obligation»
If you are interested
house at Grays Crossing
as Its spiritual aide. In expressing It»
not fail to be at the U>tau> Baptist
Trunks 50c Each
social Interest, the modern rural
1 Church Friday evening at S o'clock.
The Bright Realty On., sold a couple church does not hesitate to claim that
of nice lots in Mentone Addition, Wed it is expressing a true religious In
stinct and the old-time Idea that the
Mrs. Millie Tmniball, of the Child's nesday .
social 111« 11 nets should be starved
I .eave Raegage Check and Address
while ths spiritual nature was over
Friends Church at 3 o’clock next Tues
at Plummer Drug Store.
has fed with solid theological food. Is fast
Third »nd Madison St.
I wmhi attending to business interests In giving way to u broader Interpreta
tion of the fuuctious of true religion
l.ents this week.
Wilber Barnes has returned from a
We take our place III the succesalou
of those who have «night to make the
trip to San Francisco, Berkeley and
A bunch of tmosters in the la-nt build- world a lit habitation tor the children
Oakland. He reports labor conditions
! mg have promote.I a new street ini- ‘ of man when we seek to study and
as very bad throughout California
i provemenl in front of their building, j understand the social duty of the
I and -eeunsi a new are light at the car rural church The true Christian n
E. P. Tobin spent Saturday till Mon I line. *
llgloti Is ishoiitialiy social its tenets
day at his fruit farm near White
of luith being love and brotherhood
and fellowship While following after
He returned quite enthusi
The lamts Y. P. A. held an interest righteou i - »». the church must chai
astic and is considering a residence on
& Mauck ;
ing and enjoyable meeting at the home leiigv and seek to reform Unit social
I the farm in the near future.
MAUDRA HAT SHOPS
of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hogue Wedneaday ¡order in which moral life is «»■
lì« 4TM ST •
349 WASHINGTON ST.
A few of the mvmla-rs felt pressed. While cherishing Ideals of
The Ladies Aid of the M. E. Church exceedingly happy as they realized that service, the rural church which at
held an all day meeting nt the church the long looked for event had actually tains the fullest measure of succtms
Wednesday, there was a large attend- taken place. It was Resolved, that the is that which enriches as many live»
us it can touch, and in no way cun
ance and thing* will soon be in readiness
Portland Barber's Association be hearti the church come in close contact with
for their annual Bazaar.
ly commended for the clean sweep inailo its members ns through the uvenue
Wagon Repairing and General
on the up|ier lip of our honorable presi- of social function»
The annual Thanksgiving dinner of dent. The various alliances stand rea.ly
The country town und the rural
Matt Greenslade, Foster Road the Lents Baptist Church will tie held at to grind the reapers scythes, etc.
community need a six lai center. Th«'
the church at 1 o'clock p. m. on Thanks
church need offer no ajadugy for Its
giving day. Members of the church and
ambit ion to till this need in the com
congregation are invited to come with
WANTED—Hewing or washing, Work munity. if au uudeiwtnndlng of Its
guaranteed. Prices reasonable, Leave n:I si 'ii brings this purpose into clear
const iousness. The structure of it
soni at Herald office.
rural community Is exceedingly com
Ia*nte Parent-teacher* meeting will lie
plex; It contains tnuny social group»,
Herald and Daily and Sunday Ore each of which has Its own ceuter, but
! held Frieay in the assembly hall at 2:15.
FIRST CLASS WORK
there ure many localities which have
A paper on "Discipline” will be read by gonian f'.5ti
but one church and although such a
I Mrs. E. P. Smith.
Reports from the
church < annot command the Inter««!
delegate« to the recent convention will be
of ail the people. It Is relieved from
■ given. There will be a violin solo by
the embarrufsment of religiously di
Mias Marie Chapman, and song by Miss
vlded comma Titles
Baggage and General Hauling,
A fiine Supply of Pickles, Kraut, Saucesand Fresh
Extra Good Line of Fresh and Salt Meats, Smoked
Ham and Bacon
The Market With the
Big Business and Small Profits
112 Main Street
Best Patterns, Moderate
Prices. Neatest Styles
Cleaning and Pressing by
OUR SERVICE GUARANTEED
John Manz, Lents, Ore
Lents, City and
Ernest E. Hatter
Furniture and Piano Moving
Express and Baggage
STAND S2 First St. Cer. Pise, with Post
Special Delivery. Phones Main H2. A-I0S2
Residence. Sth Ave. and Marie St. 9th Ave.
Station near Lents. Phone Tabor 2774
A. N. GARDNER
W atches, Jewelry
All Goods and Work
Understanding that the Lents
Fuel Company is about to re
tire from business, I will sell
Wood at the following Prices
until April first 1915.
Best Live Wood
Dead Wood ...
Lents Fuel Company
R. L. WHITCOMB, Prop.
Phone Tabor 1688
tjffice cor Main and Foster Road
F. F. EHRLICH
Ta i lor
Suits to Order
$15.00 and up
Foster Road Next Door
to P. O.
Lents Sta., Portland, Oregon
Miss Maude Alvord
Candidate in the Journal Trade
and Circulating Contest, from
Mt. Scott District No. 3
Mrs. Nellie Woodworth, Mrs. J. C.
McGrew, Mrs. Inez Richardson, and
Mrs. W. Boyd Moore, attended the Votes left with W. E. Goggins, of Lenta,
or mailed to Miss Alvord at tKrj,i Forty
Portland Dist., meeting of the W. F. M
Avenue, 8. E., will lie accepted
8., at the Mt. Tabor M. E. Church, on
Tuesday of this week, and report an in-
Phone Talior 2352
C. A. Hudson of Bull Run brought I
his seven year old eon to Lents, Sunday '
of thia week suffering from appendicitis, i
He was operated upon Monday after- '
noon by Dr. Fawcett, and is doing nice- I
ly under the care of Mrs. Abram, at
5320 Park Ave.
Sewed or Nailed
Expert Shoe Repair
On Monday evening at the home of;
Mrs. H. Juliano! Gilbert road, the ladies I
of the M E. Church gave a surprise
party in honor of Mrs. Julian's birthday.
All report a good time.
Mrs. Julian. I
who was Miss I Mia Armstrong, has
lieen a resident of Lents about twelve i
years. Her many friends join in wish- I
ing her many happy returns of her(
SAFETY FIRST AT CHESTER’S
UNION >ANITARY BARBER SHOP.
I wish to let the public know that I now
have bath tube in connection with my
Bartier Shop and they are always in
readiness for the public.
first class barbers. See us for quick
Save the Nerves
We Have Them
GOOD WORK AT
A Good Roof
A Low Price
Social Needs Imperative.
The averaxe country boy and gtrl
have very little opportunity for real
enjoyment, and have, as a rule, a
vague conception of the meaning of
pleasure and recreation. It is to till
this void In the lives of country youth
that the rural church has risen to
the pecessity of providing entertain
mi-lit as well as instruction to It«
membership among the young. The
children and young people of the
church should meet when religion Is
not even mentioned
It has been
found safest for them to meet fre
quently under the direction and care
of the church. To send them into the
world with no social training exposes
them to grave perils and to try to
keep them <>ut of th< world with no
social privileges^is sheer folly There
1« a social nature to both old and
young, but the social requirements of
the young are Imperative. The church
must provide directly or indirectly
some modern equivalent for the husk
Ing bee, the quilting bee and the sing
Ing schools of the old days In one
way or another, the social Instincts
of our young people must have oppor
tunlty for expression, which may
take the form of clubs, parties, pic-
nlcs or other forme of amusement,
One thing Is certain, and that Is that
the church cannot take away the
dance, the card party and the theater
unless it can offer in its place a sat
isfying substitute In the form of more
Bought in Carloads direct from the
Get our prices on this Sujierior
Brand of Roofing before you place
The Copeland Lumber Company
Phone Tabor 1371
Foster Road and Campbell Sts. I amts Station, Port1 and, Oregon
O OO O O OOO «O
LOVETTS FURNITURE STORE
New and second hand household goods bought and
Wall Paper at prices that will surprise you.
House painting and Paper Hanging
figures. Lead and Linseed oil used.
No Job too Large for us to handle
106 Main Street South, Lents Oregon
Universal Instinct for Play.
Shining Parlor in Connection
Good, well cured Live Wood.
Manure for rows and fertilizers.
114 Main St. Lents
The Store that Sells the Best for
the Least Money
15c Kimona Flannette, at........................................................ $ .10
12 l-2c Lonsdale Muslin, at..................................................... .10
35c heavy Sheeting, at . ........................................................ '.28
50c Boy’s Wool Mixed Underwear, at.................................. 35c
85c and $1.00 Boy’s Woolen Underwear, at........................ 65c
$2.50 Boys Rubber Rain Coat, at........................................... 1.95
50c Boy’s Pants, at.................................................... ;........... .39
$1.00 Boy’s Pants, at................................................................ .75
$1.50 and $1.75 Boy’s all wool Serge Pants sizes to 18 yrs. 1.25
A few Ladies and Misses Coats left on hand which
we will close out regardless of cost
Men’s 50c Shirts at......................
$1.25 Men’s Part Wool Shirts at
$2.00 Men’s Good Wool Shirts, at
25c Men’s Wool Sox, at.................
The Store You can Rely Upon
8827 North Main Street, Lents
In providing for enjoyment the
church uses one of the greatest meth
ods by which human society ha« de
veloped Association is never secure
until It Is pleusurable; In play the In
stlnctlve aversion of one person for
another is overcome and the social
mood is fostered. Play is the chief
educational agency In rural commun
ities and In the play-day of human
childhood social sympathy and social
habits are evolved. As Individuals
come together In social featherings.
their viewpoint Is broadened, their
Ideals are lifted and finally they con
stitute a cultured and refined society,
plain, therefore, that the
church which aims at a perfect so-
ciety must use In a refined and ex
alted way the essential factors In
social evolution and must avail itself
of the universal instin< t for play.
If the church aurrounds Itself with
social functions which appeal to the
young amoriR its membership, It will
fill a large part of the lamentable
gap In niral pleasures and will reap
the richest reward by promoting a
higher and better type of manhood
Card of Thanks.
We wish to thank our friends and
neighbors for their kindly assistance in
the recent illness and in connection with
the death and funeral of our lieloved
son, ami brother, Raleigh G. Martir^
and for the Iwauliful floral offerings
which were given
I. W. Martin and Family.
Hay, Feed and Grain
Washed Gravel, Sand
GET OUR PRICES
Cement, Brick, Lime, Wall and Land Plaster
McKINLEY & BUNDY
1 Block East of Main Ht, on Foetar Kord
Phones Tabor (MIN ¡ Home 3112
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