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Many Disorders Come from the liver
Are You Just at Odds with Yourself?
Do You Regulate living?
Ml. Scali, Leal, and Purlland
Baggage and General Hauling,
Trunk» 50c Each
leave Baggage Check and Address
al Plummer Drug Htore.
Third and Madison Nt.
FIRST CLASS WORK
Washed Graded Gravel
82nd St. and 45th Ave.
Phone Talior 2063
J. F. He
A. D. Kenworthy
L 0. 0. F. BUILDING
J. P. Fi n ley & Son
Montgomery and Fifth St
One Piare of Business Only
Phone Main 9
Hawthorn Ave. and East 11 th. St.
DR. JOHN FAWCETT
Diseases of Women and Children
Pacific Talior 32M
Shiloh Circle No.19, ladle« nf G. A. It. meet»
lat and M Halurday evenirne In I. O. O. f.
hall, lente. Llllah Maffei, Pros., Carrie
A HELL Of A CHRISTMAS
snemlrs tlieir footstool.
wore not his children.
As if all men
Noverai of the young people of thia
Ths crime ol vicinity engageai a social dance at
such religion I
And ws think of Christ Chanticleer Inn Hatnrday evening.
and Christianity. If Christ waa any
(continued from last week)
The European war shows us the full thing he was a democrat. If Christian
meaning of militarism In tine extreme ity lie anything It is democrary.
Miss Georgia Fawcett has been on
It shows u« the wisdom ol our shirt Christianity says, "Thou »halt not
the sick liât.
sleeve and plain speech diplomacy, It kill.*’ Is Christianity, is democracy, is
Mrs. Leslie Berke of Portland came
shows us lhal we must have our own I ear« a < I ream of the irn|x>Mible? The out and spent Monday visiting with oer
Ransom Cone and wife left for their
ships to carry our own commerce.
It world will not believe it. War is pagan parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kesterson. home r.ear Condon, Tuesday.
proves the wisdom ol Washington's ad- and atheistic. It is hatred and destruc
O. N. Hager attended the annual
vice against entangling alllanrea with tion. " The religion of valor” is no re
meeting of the Gieshani Fruit Growers
8. J. Allen is confined to his home
Pills. Only 3fie. at your Druggist
It is only lust ot blood and
foreign powers. It proves to us that ligion.
■ Bwlen’i Arnica Salve for Skin Eruptions when we wall off Europe with a tariff liootv and tbs women ot tbs conquered. Association held at Gresham last Mon with an attack of sciatic rheumatism.
we hurt ourselves as much as we hart It spits upon the words "Peace on earth
Rev. T. B. Lovelace of Bellwood filled ! The people of Woodmere are glad to
Children's (oughs—Children’s Colds Europe. It tells us how foolish we and to men good will.” To war the hie regular appointment in the pulpit leant
that A. W. Powers is recovering.
were when we said, “What do we rare gospel ia a "scrap of paper” to be torn
Both are Serious
for abroad?" The war it a le eon to oa
W hen one of your little on«s allows against Imperialism. We can sue bos ation justified by a programme of
Among Pleasant Valley folks who
C. F. Eddy is expecting a visit from
1 symptoms of an approaching Cold, give j Germany*« colonies, all now lost, were “frightfnlness.” If the world believes will attend the play to lie given by his sister of Seattle next week, en
it Dr Bell’s Pine-Tar-Honey at once. It a weakneea not a etrength. How about in Christ—and it seems to do ao still— Washington high school pupils next mute to California.
ai'U quickly, and prevents the Cold 1 Engl end's colonies?
They are no*, all this must |>a»i away and Christ Friday night will be the Mieses Edna, I
Very healing—-wwiltiea [ colonies. They are nations. And they ianity, democracy and peace come to Hazel end Eva Berke, Otto Berke and
Geo. Churchill ia putting up a 28x42
the l.unga, looaeiia the muooiis, strength- !
are free nations. As for India, In spite lie. To such conclusion cuius ths Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Lebam.
frame building on Foeter road where
ens the ayatem
It’s guaranteed. Only I of whispers of sedition there, the war thoughts set going by the great war and
Mr. and Mra. Ernest Olson of Port the confectionery was recently burned.
25c. at your Druggist
Buy a Ixitlle I
land visited las'. Stinlay at the borne of
brought home to her the conviction that its consequences to the innocent.
And so. as 1 am writing thia there Mr. Olson’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.I
the umpire 1« peace.
Buckleii'a Arnica Naive for Norm.
Miss Fay Clark, County Superinten
The great war shows how the world Hosts up to the office the tinkle of the B. Olson.
dent of Malheur County was the guest
I is knit together, bow no people can Na vat ion Army lassies* bells ou the
Fred Matthias, who is having a piece
■offer much without other people suf street corner, and I remain her ths ar of laod cleared, fired two hundred and of Mrs. Charles E. Kitching at Firland
fering too. The thoughtful of all land» ticle in the last American Magazine, fifty shots one day recently blowing out during the past week.
cannot fail to nee that the etiipendon- which shows bo«' an army may be used as many stumps. It waa necessary to
J. Fred Thompson now of Beaverton
confilct inuet demonstrate to all minds for nobler things than killing men, and get the P. R. L. A P. Co., to shut off
Arletd Baptist Church
the common interest of all nations in how army discipline to such beneficent the current trom their transmission was back here on a visit Sunday,
:45 «. in. Bi bl« School. y
The war, Germany’s Crown ends may lie spread among the men of wires which run along the ciuoty road spending the night st the hospitable
11 a. in. Pr«a<*hinK Mr vice.
7 :3O p hi . Evening H*rvicei.
Prince «ays, is a rtupid, foolish, un- accnntry along the lines of co-operative near the clearing, However no damage Kitching home at Firland.
rt 15 t> m B. Y P. U. meeting.
nnceesary war. Every thoughtful man work for betterment, even as we nave resulted.
7 45 Prayer meeting.
of every warring and every neutral na organized the Biy Scout rn «vement.and
Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Buckow of 65th
Paul Bliss is having twenty acres of
Everybody welcome to any an<! all of
lion know« that t« lie abaolutely true. how there may he a chivalry and valor land cleared th s winter which he ex-1 St. and 42d Ave. are the happy parents
Every thoughtful man know« that Oer- that will not draw streug'h from drink fleets to put in crop during the coming: of a nine-pound son, born last Wednes
rnany cannot lie crushed by the Allies ing the hot blood of the foeman, and spring.
day the 6th.
Milldr J Avenue Prcvby lerlan Church as Germany has eru-lied Belgium. how there is no doubt that we may
10 a . in. .Sabbath Kvhool.
Every one know« that the war at it« build the world into a dear city of God
Dr. Clark has returned to .Millard
boujt't the G. M. f-aughlin Ml acre farm
11 a m. Morning worship.
end will settle nothing that war cannot —how the energies of war may be,
avenue and resumed possession of the
6 :45 p.m. Y. P. N. C. E.
and will not unsettle, if armaments be must be, will be, diverted to the service
» :30 p. m. Evening worship.
The farm was drug business he sold to Mr. D >bson in
And thinking that station on Foster road.
7 :3o p. in. Tnumday. midweek service
There ia enough true of peace and love.
considered in the ileal at $350 per acre. | the fall.
H p. ni. Thursday, choir practice.
democracy in Great Britain ami France
The farm property colitains five acres in -
Rev. Wm. H. Ainos, Pastor
to save Germany from annihilation, if mas bells are chiming, millions uf bet
Mrs. Bertha Boatwright is ill at her
orchard, a nine room house, concrete
And if Germany should win, ter men than I, are thinking the same
She is greatly
reservoir with capacity of 1000 barrels j home at Archer Place,
which now seem« unlikely, she would
St. Peter’s Cathode Churth
missed by her class at St. Pauls
only win nntil another coalition against 1 come to tbe c inclusion :
This is not a Hell of a Christina: sf- implements, eight head of cattle, two Church,
a a. n>. Ix>w Maas.
her would oestroy her power a« it did
horses and some poultry.
10:110 a. in. High Mass.
all.— Reedy's Mirror,
tague will manage the place for Mr. I The dancing party at Woodmere hall
8 :.t0 a. in. Nundiy School.
Ho far a« concerns the world-wide
1M. Chior rehearsal.
Nolta, who does not expect to occupy on New Years eve was given by the
suffering, I would not be too optimistic
Week days: Maes at h a. m.
the farm himself. The land is mostly Woodmere Dancing Class instead of
or too pessimistic either.
under cultivation and the farm is con- St Pauls Guild as stated is your last
STUDY BUSINESS sidered
one of the beet in Multnomah issue.
Seventh Ddy Adventist ( hurt It
Maybe, I think, the world needed
10 a. in. Saturday Nabballi School.
thia shock of universal pain.
(Continued from Page One;
11 a. tn. Saturday preaching.
A. G. Sager of lent» visited at the i The Ben Hurs held their big play on
7 :30 p. in. Wednesday. Prayer meeting. world bad been growing too emug.
7:4S p. tu. Sunday preaching.
was undoubtedly too much concerned winter chickens'are being raised, it is home of J. I*. Campbell one day recent Tuesday evening and report a most
successful affair. The hall was filled to
with progress and property.
No mneh ladvi.able^to heatjtlie brooderjboase to a ly-
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Garrison enter the limit and the proceeds were highly
so that it Wouldn't look behind and be
Germdn Ivdntielkdl Reformed Church neath them to see the suffering that lein|ieratiire ofjlél degree* to 70 degrees. tained Mr. and Mrs. Will Richey last satisfactory.
IO a. ni. Bunday Hcbool.
was there, that is always there.
We regardleasj’of the temperature'Jof the Bunday afternoon.
10 a. m. Saturday, German school.
P. H. Triggs, formerly of 67th St ,
forget that suffering is always with ns. j hover, whicli often requires placing
H p. m Wednesday. V. P. 8.
11 a m. Sunday worship.
now employed at Hillsboro, suffered a
We only heed it when it is brought brooder pipes around the outai.ie walla
Th. Nchildknecht. Pastor. dramatically to our attention.
aa badly broken arm Saturday while de
The need of thia
Our of the brooder house.
capacity for aympathy was growing heat depends entirely upon the brood- >g-------------------------------------------------------- s fending himself from an assault.
Lents I vdnueikdl Church
We could write a cheque mg system and the weather conditions;
Are we going to have any winter this
Hermon by the Pastor, 11 a. m. and
and forget it.
But now no one can but it is alwoluU-ly necessary that the
The Arleta Baptist Church is engaged
7 .30 p. ni.
Nnnday School 9:49 a m., C. 8. Brad write a cheque without thinking hard heat be kept at the desired temperature
in revival services.
Rev. A. B. Waltz
beforehand and the need for help is eo under the hover. Ilr,w>k-rs and liovent
of the E. 45th St. Baptist Church is
Y P. A. 6:30 p. in. Lowell Bradford, great that cheques cannot reach it. •hould have from one-half to 2 inches of
doing the preaching.
Miss Goldie Williams returned to
Everybody must come in with belp to sand, dry dirt, cut clover, or chaff
Prayer meeting Thursday 8 p. m.
spread over the floor and in the brood-
make any impreesion.
A cordial welcome to all.
Pentecostal prayer meetings are held
vear in Montana.
The hovers should be
F. K. Ilorriei hnch. Pastor.
The vast need broadens our sympa er-house |>eti.
Mr. Dillenbeck of Washington was in at the residence of Mrs. Alfred John
thy. Its nearness as well aa distance cleaned frequently, as cleanliness ia very
'own last week looking over the shingle son of Woodmere on 56th Ave., every
Kern Park Chrl stain Church
quickena oar benevoleace.
We find we I essential in raising chickens success-
The public is
proposition. He save in Washington Tuesday at 2:30 p. m.
Corner H9th Nt. and 46th Ave. N. E.
can’t confine our sympathy or benevo I fully.
where be is located on the Cowlitz river cordially invited.
10 a. in. Bili School.
When chickens are first put into the
lence to the suffering at oar door. It
'lie shingle timber is pretty nearly
11 a in. and 8 p m. preaching service.
wanders off to the Belgians, the Ger ( hrodler they should tie confine«! uniler
7 p. tn. Chrlstain Endeavor.
rone. He was well pleased with the
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cone enter
8 p. m. Thursday, mid-week prayer
iiitlook as he says there is an abund- tained Mr. and Mra. Jas. Gething and
It makes us more cosmopoli | or wire frame a few inches outside (thia
8:45 p. tn. Thursday, Bible Study tan, more universal. We begin to un j would not apply to the small outdoor tnce of material here in every direction eon, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cone and Mr.
and Mrs. Ransome Cone at dinner Fri
j colony brooders I
The fence or guard ■specia'ly on the so-called railroad land
A cordisi welcome to all who will at derstand something of the brotherhood
«here there are millions of feet doing day evening.
tend any all services.
robody any good, but which onr mis-
R. Tibbs Maxsy, Minister.
And into every man's head pope the from the hover a«id discarded entirel}
epresentatives in Congress persist in
Ye correspondent made an error in
Why should the brother
tting lie idle. There is a great mar- the write up of St. Pauls church.
St. Pauls L piscopal Church
:et for these cedar shingles as this was Miss Charlotte Shnlenberg who re
Youug chickens shoal«
suffering? Why should there not lie a source of heat.
line block south of Woodmere station.
entleman said he never solicited an or- cited no well at Irvington, taking two
be closely watched to see that they d
Holy Communion the first Munday ol brotherhood of prieperity, of happiness?
ter in his life but has turned down parts beside her own and Alex Roff.
As soon aa we put the question we
each month at 8 p. m.
No other enr- i
vices that day.
see the «newer, or hear it in the still, should be allowed to run on the groun«
A Mr. Howard of Portland has bought
Every other Bunday the regular ser- | small voice.
Ladies of St. Pauls Guild will hold
sufferings are wlienever the weather be favorable, a
vice« will lie as usual.
K) acres right west of the hotel and will their January business meeting at the
Evening Prayer ami sermon st ip. m. man's doing. “Man's inhumanity to
«nt a force of men slashing there soon
home of Mrs. S. J. Allen. 7411 56th
Nuaday School meets at 3 p. m.
B. ' mao
thousands j continuously on cement or board floors
s he wants to start a goat ranch there. Ave. S. E., on Wednesday afternoon.
Boatwright, Nupt , I.. Maffett, Bee. mourn, »9
And man’s inhumanity ia Weak chickens should usually be kill«»
A Literary Society and Debating Clnb A full attendance is desired.
Rev. O. W. Taylor, Rector. chiefly given
through as soon as noticed, as they rarely mak«
vere organized here last week to bold
government and its control by the few good stock, while they may becom
leetings Friday night of each week.
as against the many. The people err, carriers of disease. Brooders should t>
S. E. Portland Development League
Lents M. f. Church
Che question for this week is, "Re-
has finally been organised at Tremont,
Preaching 10:45 and reception of bat the people are deceived.
world is big enough, it yields enough j more frequently if the chickens broode«
with Geo. A. Morrison as president,
ntervene in Megico.”
Service« at Bennett Chapel M. E. for all. But all do not get it. They are in them have hat! any disease.
Mr. Yost as secretary and treasurer
At a late session ofcongreea a bill was
Church 3 p m.
chouaeled oat of it by the few.
and Dr. Hitchcock, corresponding sec
Bunday School 9:45.
■Xrodaced to assist emigraota to this
are the worst chonseled where there is
Epworth league 6:30.
9 -matry, particularly Belgians, and the retary. The interests of the Tremont
l’rayei meeting Thursday 7:30 p m.
For democracy is
section will be the work of the League.
am of $2500 be advanced to them to
Preaching services Sunday evening common sense and common sense ■ —s--------------------------------$
cart them on a farm.
whittles down the superman to the or
Crown Point, one of the most beaut
E. L. Sech ria t who now lives at
Bring your friends to these services
ver for the farmers here in the way of
dinary men'« size. The superman in fol scenic spots along the Columbia
and enjoy a great hleseing.
tnral Credit for farmers who are on Ballston is making a visit to his
W. Boyd Moore, Pastor, the world ie the man of privilege. And highway, has been deeded to the city o
he rocks financially, and the sons of daughters. Mrs. Kitching of Foster
common sense destroys privilege in the Portland for park purposes. This poin
Vashington, Franklin, Jefferson, Lin- road and Mrs. H. N. Shafer of Pied
Lents triend’s Church
oln, Jackson, etc , but a lot of bloody, mont, while attending to some business
gar_ al war must see that they are democrats of Chanticleer Inn.
From the top <
9:45 a. m. Bible School, Clifford
«ratal foreigners, who have ruined their in the city.
| in disaster and in death.
They must, the point when the air is clear, can b
onntry with war. kingcraft and priest
11 :00 a. in Preaching services.
under the hammer of war, see that had one of the best views of the gory
raft must be assisted to come over here,
Arleta W. C. T. U. held a
(1:25 p. ni. Christian Endeavor.
their hope is democracy in life. They from any place along the river.
tnd these American members elected mothers' meeting Tuesday at the home
7:30 p. in. Preaching Services.
must see that helping men is nobler I The January meeting of Columbi
8:00 p. m.
nd paid by Americans are continually of Mrs. W. T. S. Sprigg. 4531 Seventy-
than hurting them.
And tbev must Grange was one of the most interestin
etting in the way of their own consti- first street. Mrs. Mary Fishburn lead.
Junior Christian Endeavor meets feel the democracy of all people in their and instructive meetings that have bee-
If a person would take a Papers by different members on topics
Fri ay after school.
efforts to relieve suffering.
: hel«l at the hall for some time.
catter gnn and take a shot at this perta^ng to the training of the child
A cordial welcome to all these* ser
Rev. John Rilev, Pastor.
«tinch he would save the fool-killer a constituted the program.
are a world-wide protest against war , ent and installe<l the offiesrs.
and »gainst those who bring on war.
Nig Knighton has traded his farm i
Myrcia Circle Women of Woodcraft
ML. Scott Center of Truth.
In the wake of war the natural de I the vicinity of Springdale, for propert
distinguished itself in the late contest
Meeting every Sunday evening at 8 :(10 mocracy of the world comes with heal in Rose City Park.
In the year 1501 n Venetian doctor for prizes with five other circles, win
Three doors east of N2d Ht
~ , ing in its hands. As the people tight,
T. C. Reed was in Troutdale bet wee
Grays Crossing, Portland, Ore.
ntrodiK'cd coffee berries from Egypt, ning first prize for ritualistic work, in
they »re drawing closer together.
The trains Sunday evening.
i nglit his countrymen how to crush the shape of a handsome banner; first
very magnitude of this war’s horror
Mr. J. Hows« of Portlanii spent Sui
them and brew the bevernge. nnd the prize for the largest number of new
Luts Baptist Church
use of coffee soon became general—so members in three months. $15 in gold;
if not impossible
As the sword ot
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Emily vi»ileii hi
much'80, in fact, that Venice was full
Izird’s Day, Dec. 27, Bible School
Mars stabs, the world awakens to the sister, Mrs. Chas. Smith at Washongs of coffee hoiiai-s where the people Idled second prize for attendance, $10 in
9:45 a. in.
Morning worship, 11 a. in-
Sermon insanity of wholesale murder. And the j Sunday.
iway their days drinking the aromatic
theme: “The Lord Knoweth how to common people, of whom God has
Oscar Deverall’s bungalow which *
«everagc. A peculiarity of the Vene
made so many more than there are of under construction is nearly enclosed
subscriptions to the Herald ami the
Ian coffee houses was that their pa
Elmo Heights Sunday School, 2:30
rous did not pay for each cup of cof- Evening Telegram will be taken for a
any other kind of people, see that in
Mrs. Clara Smith waa in Port Ian
ec they drank, but settled their bills limited time at a combination offer of
war they do not win in any land under Thursday and Friday.
It Y P. U , 0:30 p m.
or all the coffee consumed at the end $4.00 per year.
Evening worship. 7:3o p. m
Sermon the sun. They are the masters,
Miss Helen Conlter spent the wert
>f each year. The regular price of a
Them«: "The Keys of the Kingdom of will rule.
end in Portland.
■up of coffee was 5 soldi, about 2bj
Mra. S. Knighton viaited Mra. Myrt
Herald and Daily anti Sunday Journal
A cordial welcome to these services.
J. M. Nelson, Pastor. lug to the one God that lie make their Reed Saturday.
Are you sometimes al od<la with your
self and with the world? Ito you won-
! der what ails you? Truv you may Is*
¡eating regularly and sleeping well. Yet
something js the matter! Constipation,
Headache , N'ervoiisneM
, Spalls indieale a Sluggish liver.
j triiei remedy is Dr. King’s New Lite
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