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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 26, 1916)
Clyde Sager »pent last »wk with
E. P. Tobin addrvaaed one of the
Walter Webb in Cowlita county, Wash. leading grange» at Hood River Wednes
Mr. Stephenson. a former resident,
All church, Boctety» prrwvnai and loot I news
not publUbcd for protit, fr*c; notice« of cn- ha.» moved loth’■-’4 Mth and Court street
UrtaiUDienU, conducted tor profit, pnbliahed
Mrs. Bratton of Grasa Valley has l«vn
at a Jbc minimun. ot 60 word*. Announce*
Wal»h has a »tockof xood gasoline all visiting at the home of Mr».
menu and card ot thank«, same rate. Ad ver- tbe time at prices as good as can be
ttaiag rales quoted on request.
found anvwhere tf
St. lVters church will give a »upper
Mrs. E J. Spooner of Kendall Astern
The Steiger family, with Chester
•pent the week-end visiting triend» at
Oiiensky, and Harry Langslrof, went to
Burn to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Heald, on Government 1'inip Sunday a week ago
Saturday. Oct., 21, a son.
The Boy Semita Troop No. 2
Mrs. ClaraFosterand daughter, Clara
WANTED—Good solicitor, woman have moved to a place near Alliany. celebrate Hallow’eu by having a party
preferred. Inquire at Herald office. They will spend th«' winter visiting Mrs. at the M. E Church Nov. 1st.
DR A. KLAPTOCZ
LOCAL ANO PERSONAL
Dr. P. J. O’DONNELL
OUR NEW AlITO-HEARSI:
Xi'ediiam, a daughter of Mr». Foster's.
Inquire at the Herald office for "No
Hunting and Treup*.« signs.
i-ran.inia vraae, ano nas oven ill tor
Mr. Hickey has been quin* ill but at
aw», time is much improved in health. po tent writing i* much improvid in
Mias Janette Dahlberg of Tenth Ave., J. S inger Fox of the lamb« Friends health.
has gone to Seattle to make her home. church takes her to and from chnrch in
Lewis Mason ha» tradisi his pn.pt-rty
Mrs. Coleman id Kendall station has
at »9th stnvt near tiki avenue for acre
gone to Seattle to visit friends.
The Order of Eastern Star social club age at Barton station ou the E»taea<ia
WMHi !i. nd st. boutli < t Station, Lunt»
Wagon Repairing and General
Matt Greeiislade, Foster Road
FREE—Copy of "Our Presidents,” a
The I.adiee Aid Society ot the M. E. pamphlet containing
Church will hold a bazar on December partisan information to every one who
Dr. J. H MeSloy ha» moved his office
13th at Odd Fellows hall.
subscribes to the Herald during October. room.« from the lent A Campbell build
ing to tbe Yott building. corner VAI
Kr-hk iuv. No.
Tile K igel family have moved back
A Harvest Home Festival and com street and Foster road.
into the Spring House on 89th street munion service will l>e held at the Ger 5411-92d street S. E,
man Evangelical Reformed church next
Cash Shoe Rejaiiinf Shop
cted so ;
met nt the home of Mr». Dr. Hews on car line.
Miss Annabel Wagstaff of Woodmere, Wednesday evening to reorganise and
who has lieen suffering from rheumatism make plans for the winter.
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FIRST CLASS WO:
«ting Mn. Hickey
lion i. I/?DU are plaannijr to attei
®erit— ' ’■■.lue’
meet loirs t»> o
at th- -iintnxide ehurch bv Mite Lura.
[inch his five with
ring to I» toii
paralyzed arm. Tl*e
Ea*t* rn Star are nbont t
chair for Mr. Brown so L
Foster road live stable.
a ill be rally day lor
I Ith at Gresham. * Hupt. À. P
family, which is also Free Methodist Sunday School. A
trung acted as temporary chair
» disease, has hvn taken to gram of recitations and songs will be
rendered. Memlers of this church who man, and after enthusiastic diaemweu
the <1 J Samaritan hospital.
belong to the Woman’s Foreign Mission of the question, the fortuiti organizali '. article« i
ary Society of tl>e Portland district have took place. Mrs Rhoda Wallaiv of th g'adty •>
J Hoffman and family were iu :
been bnsily engaged in preparing fruit Gilbert school was elect*«! pn~:dent ari-e* f
to be sent to the four foreign Helds: Mi-- Marion Rol-rtson of Rockwool, I may he t
W. t. . ivok»*-uipee home. Rev. Hott- i
Ja;>an, China. India and Africa. A ton vice-president; Mrs. Grant of Fairview, ( her roi.k
•me frotu Belvidere. Teen., to;
ot dried iruit and honey has leen -ecretary-treasurer. It wa.« decided dial ,
> German Evaugelwal Re- !
assembled at the First church, East the next meeting would be held Stttar-i six o’rks
trvh at Wil-aeiville.
Mill and Ninth street«. Missionaries in day, Oct 28th at 11 a. m., in the otfirel of vetqw
the tropical countries need the dried of County Sch.ad Hupt. , A. P. Arm- A rieta <
Victor Esurteti. owuer of property in
iruit <>f the temperate lone to keep them strong. At thie meeting the or/At:iza «peaker .< the hour wa
the Cadwell tract is in D^’iwnd, after a
1 in good
hh as tlie native fruite act as tion will t.e completed and the fntur. Bail, oi tre frxnkiin
year tfwut in I huaha. He is here ou a
I a poison, having aiworlesl tbe malaria work of the Association outlined. y
a««i<4ed by Mr. Dillon, tenoi
vacation. He reports Omaha is not a
of U m * soil.
of Franklin. Next Sunday al
desirable place Io live and yearns fur the
bortr Dr. Lniher Dy<8t of t ;v
time wlien lie ean return to Portland to
ÎKtMONT. ARI LU. RLRN PARK HTi gatenjii riiureh, will »p
The only son of Pet* r Hill, 84th«treet
and TtHh avenue S. E.. is the fifteenth
The Gospel Team ot the District Ep Patience W • Jwortii will .rive
xMrs. Karl J. Nordbcrg of K, Had and j ami last vase of inlaut fairalyxis reported worth Is-ague of Portland, had charge of voluntary and Mr-. Char ■ » McPhi
This care is two tlie Epworth league service at tlie will sine. H sufficient inb re»t nnd co-
Clayton street wa» a iiuatw Wediw—lay i in Uie city press
avening, giving a linen »howvr iu honor j block« west of the Cruickshank home Laurelwood M. E. church last Sunday opevatitei » shown, it is intend' d th it
If the evening. Short speeches were given by thia reaper service »hull be rontinuoil
i onslipôllon Dulls ïour bru1
of Mi* Olive Tiiteoy, bride elect. Each | wliere a care is in quarantine.
guest brought a copy of lier favorite Ì other <•»«'•» in Hie city are like the Hill members of the fnm, two of whom. throttgti'-rt the winter The i-. rotn'mity
In walkings Miss Margaret Manning anti Mr. Walter is mrr-i octially urged to participate,
That dull, ii»tle-«, oppressed fi -li
recipe for tit* bride’» future tl»e. j b>>y there i« little to fear.
MuaTuteey received many useful gift», i alxiut to locate this care the hail of a I 1. Watson, «ang a duet. Others of the Airangrearats are in charge < f Mrs J. due to impuritie» in your »y»teiu
lonesome child was heard from across team are Mr. and Mrs. Snell, Miss J. Hands»ier, < hainnmi of the church gish liver, clogged intestines. Dr
A buffet lunch was nerved.
When asked who wax sick I
New Life Pills give prompt relief
i Jackson, Miss Cora Darr, and Mr. Eari board.
The CX«-kt*n-pie dinner given by the mild, easy, nr.n-griping Ixiwel move-1
Rev. F. M. Jasper ha» chosen for hi» tlie little fellow, who was playing alone Cowie».
Mr. Snell and Miss Jacke ,n
aire ^»oke at'tta"^ute7prMchteg rer- Ariel» W. C. T. I
nm .a joyous sun- ment will tone up your system nud help |
subject next Sunday at tbe M. E.
e»ns Tre dinner itmeif wa» good and 1 to clear your muddy, pimply complexion >
church "With Christ in Quiet Place» ” tlta porch rail and bouncing up and: vice which followed.
the apeakiituc wax GOOD.
The ladies I Get n Isittle of Dr. King’s New Life
Mr. Fred Frost will furnish the »pedal down on hl* sturdy leg« answered,
Thursday evening last at the Laurel dixensaed »co and con three of the lend
Pills today at your Druggist, 2.rw.
music tor the morning service, ami Mrs "I’m sick." Mr». Hili forgot to tell the hurst residence of Mr. J. Thompson, a
Mabel Frost for the evening service
farewell party was given in honor of t/Textinc wanner.
The question« and breakfast.
and Rev. Jasper will speak from the for tier child who was apparently sick Mr. Warren Edwards ai Kern Park.
I debater* *«r* ax follows:
topics "The Essential Thing in Re
Mr. Edwards is shortly to leave via i Atnendmr nt—For, Mr». 8. J. Merry,
Los Angele» for Chicago, where he ex Agaimk, Mrs Mary Mallett; Prohibi
tor found trouble in tbe arm and
pects to make his future home. Other tion Aimnudment—For, Mr». Stella Wil-
Elder A. G. Daniel», president of the quarantined the case.
gentlemen from Kern Park present at son, Agarsrt. Mrs. J. J. Hmid»aker;
General Conference of the North Ameri
the pleasant function were Messrs. Sunday CSueing Law—For, Mr». Meta
Rev. John Riley, pastor of the Second Clyde and Roy Perry and Mr A. Ed-
can divitrion of Seventh Day Adventi»ta,
Snider. .Von:i“t, Mrs. Iz-tta Murray, A
will arrive in Portland on October 30th. Friends church, attended the supper and wards.
hundrei ft uunf »at down to the well-
He will speak at a union meeting of all listened to the addresses of Messrs.
The Lanrelwood M. E. Aid Society Isdrn
and listened appreciatively
the 8 D. A. congregation» of Portland Guild and Whitmore, of the Federated
met at tlie ixime of the president, Mr* while tkufte lallte»
at the Women of Woodcraft ball at 7:30 Church Council at the Y. M. C. A. on
Eva Lawrence, 4407-70th St., S. E., mea«nrr* Some of the xpi-eche» were
Monday evening. Also at the 8. D. A. Monday evening Two points of inter
Wednesday, Oct., 18, for a midday din especially ten, anil among fiumi wsx
Central church, East 11th at Everett est were made by tbe »(«akers: In the
ner of roart-lieef and assesxories.
Not that << Mr* J. J Handxakvr.
Federated ehurch movement, which
street at 2:30 p_m _
tbe least pleasant feature of the occasion ! who faildi to lx- prvrent missed an even
originated in the east, they were united
was tbe social time. These ladies will i ng not vwly of entertainment but of
On next Thursday, District Eider H. in giving notices of genera) interest to
hold tbeir next and regular businexe I profit.
Hchuknocht, will preach at the Evan
cession Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 1, in
gelical church. There will be a quarter at first but tbe editors found the matter
tlie basement parlor» of the Laurel wood
RF. YffiR OWN DOCTOR.
ly conference, and a business meeting offered was valuaUe as news and were
M. E. ehurch at 2 p. m.
The rex iety is your o*w twtebine.
You can do it bet-
will be held. On Bunday morning Elder glad to get it. Tbe second point was
offering for sale a silk Stacy quilt, fresh tee than another, being inside it.
Schnknecht will preach and conduct the that Federated churches agreed not to
and new. I’nder the aospicea of this pay» Y>tV to keep well, to get well
communion service On Bunday even build a church within a third of a mile
Ladies’ Aid a missionary department quickly alwn tick, to know how to take
ing tbe Young People’s Alliance will ot any established church.
Belt care and »If
baa been organised, to be in charge of care of Jvsw family.
have charge of tt>e services and will
Single pupil» or cl»»» •
Mn. LUite Perry, 7ti24-Mth ft 8. E. enre taught
render a temperance program. Various listic campaign, great enthusiasm was
The object of this is to have a renter for Terms rewsosmble. Free instruction H to
phases of the temperance question will worked up; but that, with ths same
receiving and disbursing any donation» 7 o’dwfc *rery Sunday evening L< tRA
An orchestra of ten amount of enthusiasm and money back
of wearing apparel or eatables which C. UTHJR. Health Expert. 71)0-43
pieces will render music and prohibition of the pastor, far more good would be
may ba used to relieve distressed families Avenue 8- K, Portland, Oregon.
nong» will be sung.
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
with LOCAL APPLICATION«, a* they
iunnot leach the nt at of the 11«,»»«-. Ca
ttirrh In n blood or constltutli mal
nn*l hi ord« i to cure II you itniNt take in
ti I iHil 1« Hr •'!!■■•> Hall » Catarrh Cur.' I»
taken Int^rnnll} . and act» directly upon
tbe blood ami mucous surface. Huir»
Catarrh Cur* in not n quack medicino. It
wni prescribed by one of tits l»-st phv-
uh Inn* in thia country for
a ri**ular prescription, it I» composed of
the b* at tonh a kn»»wn. combined with ths
bent blood purlfl»m. . actlnx dlr.-ctly on the
mut o 1« eurfaci b . Tlx- , perfect comhlna-
Hon ot th* two Ingi• ■<!!• -ntM I* what pro»
due** bik h won«l»*rful result« In curing
ratrirrh fleml for f••Mtlmonlaln. free.
I <’HENEY A- C<>. Props., Toledo, <X
Hold by l)ru*sl«ts. pr1> •• 71k’.
llall • Family Jills for constipaUoa.
I’h ne Tabor 2281
Residence ¿II N. Mulo St. I cuts. Ore.
Mt. Stott, l.cnis and Portland
Baggage and General Hauling,
Trunks 50c Hach
Leave Baggage Check and Address
nt Plummer Drugstore.
Third and Madison Ht.
Wood and Coal
We Have Both Them And
Get Our Prices When Buying Feed
Hay, Alfalfa, Wheat, Oats, Barley
Chicken Feed, Grits, Meat Scrap
9 U6 l ogter Road