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LOCAL ANO PERSONAL
ClyA» Bag«* and wif« s*tsrtain«d Dr.
and Mrs. Hem at Thanksgiving dinner
Ernest Richter has quit tbe single life.
All charcb. society. p»r*on»l and Imai newt
not published for proflt, tree; notice* ot *n- He was wedded Wednesday to Mrs
tertaininenla. conducted (or profit, published Ethel Thompson. Friend* of the couple
at a Sic minlmun, ot Se word». Announce are extending congratulations.
ment» and card ot thank», same rate. Adver-
Using rates quoted on request.
FOR SALE—Practically new Fair
T. M. W a Uh is suffering (runt a stage bank* Morse double action force pump,
cheap, with pipe. 71 Ave. 92 St. Mr*.
Mrs. Ciilgan of Elmo
been ill this week.
Mrs Lulecia Butterfield, Slth street
near the car track, has moved to Mt.
Talior. Ii< r daughter, Miss Kalhenue.
E. P. Smith <>t fòlli avenue and 91M
has work at the Mt. Talior telephone
sirvet is having his house plastered.
exchange aud the family, will now tie
near her work
A Pearce has beeu suffering from a
bad cold the past week.
The Rev. G. W. Lienkavtuper family
will «‘at turkey on Thanksgiving day
Inquire at the Herald office fur "No with an unde of Mr*, l.ienkm-mper,
Hunting and Trespass signs.
26th and Powell street*. Mr and Mrs.
F L Good have a regular Yankee name
FOR SALE at Herald office—Old if Mr. ttood did bring it from Switzer
papers for kindling or wrapping.
WANTED—Good solicitor, womau
The revival meetings at Grace Evan
Inquire at Herald office. gelical church are «till in prognw. The
Postmaster Howe has been rick with people will be added to tlie church
quinsy thia week but is now much inl mem tierahi p.
At 5:30 on Thanksgiving evening
Miss Ruth Gecell has a position in the | there was a pop corn social and program
poet office department of the Meier and by the Fox Sunday School da*“ at the
Second Friend* church.
This was fol-
lowed by the usual prayer meeting.
E. L. Andensxi of Bellro«« was to I hr
Valley ou business Tuenkty.
J D. I*M> of l*ortland attendml grange
at this place last Saturday,
J. L. Grout of Bcilrose trausacUd
burine»* here about* on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mr*. C M. Harrison <f
Greaham visited with idatiiv* at tins
place one -lay recently.
Mr* Susan Edward* of Oregon City.
who La* Ixvtt visiting with her cou - iii ,
Mr*. J. E. Bail, returned to tier hon
Mr». J. W. Frost Sr.,
days in the city the latter
Romeo Rt-getle ol Portland transact«*!
business at this place Tuesday.
Dr J. E. Perry of Portland was a
visitor in our midst one day this week.
B. F. Stevens of Portland has re
turned to his home alter spending a lew
day* visiting w ith G. H. Richey,
Pleasaut \ alley school will be stand
ardmsed next .'Saturday evening.
short program will tie given by Ila*
Superintendent A. P. Arm
strong of Multnomah
Superintendent J. E tUlavan of Clacka
mas county an- expected to be pn-aent
and deliver addreaMx*.
tlie eommuuity ihould come out and
help make a grand sueeeiM of the
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1*1»<r«tuinai Mitri *ét«r|i»oi»
Graduât» VnlvvraUy Vienna. I»K>
Office at*I Residence
92 St. and Fooler Road over
1.1 NT# PHARMAvV
« v I mic
Dr. P. J. O’DONNELL
irjiid St and Foster Rn-id, over ‘.Im
Phone Tabor 3214
( l'k> NLW Al TO HEARSE
Expert Piano Tuning
Our prices have re.
ai ed to meet any need or
financial condition of any or e who has required our
services. Our assortment of caskets and funeral
furnishings are selected so i s to meet every possible
need. We extend the same service to those of lim-
ited means as to those of better circumstances,
Privi » R<n»<'liable
All Work ( iil.iriiiilKsl
7412 SS Av« S E.
.Cash Shoe Repairing Shop
JI. D. Kenworthy and Co. Inc.
ikkiu 92nd Hl. South of Station, L«t)l*
PHONE TABOR 826T
PHONE TABOR 8898
SB0.-4 «2nd STREET S. E.
46 S 66th St., Cor. FOSTER ROAD
Wagon Repairing and General
Matt Greenslade, Foster Road
Flr»t Cl«»» “ervlee (liven bar or Night.
t'lc-s 1’rnslmily tot'vi
to Furnl»h Vimerslaat » Minimum Espen»..
Lt-t u* be thankful that it is a* weil
.Mr. and Mrs. Luther had the joy of
with u* as it is!
County Agent Hall is rounding up the
celebrating Thanksgiving in their beau
Turkeys were not in evidenfte at many
farmers of th«« county for Farufl-r and
tiful home. 0927-92«! street.
Thanksgiving dinner* this year a* they
inai-Ha! condition ut
Home Maker’s week to be held at Cor
were out of sight—in price.
vallis the first week ot January
Mr. and Mrs. Bateman, who have
Rev. Win. S. Runyan celebrated the
been visiting at the Bateman home in
75th anniversary of hi* birth la»t w«-ek ■ i ten
Bebrose. have returned to Michigan.
and a* he is an old Civil War veteran he
Leuts, are operating a fruit and [xmltry
will draw a dollar a -lay the rv*( of his
farm near Canby.
They spent the first
♦ MIA nj [
The members of the Baptist church
of the we« k with their son at Firland,
OvtfratrahD.Mrurwl »nd uiurcure« ’<1
' abl«- war record, having served through-
assembled at 7:30 o’clock in the morn
Hon«U and warrant»
on the way home from Walla Walla
I out the ent*re war and participate«! in Furniture »nd fliture»
ing for a Thanksgiving prayer meeting.
1.01») tJD I
where they were visiting Mr*. Galachio’s
STOVE and FUR
A.1M ûî ’
32 pitched battle« beside* (innumerable Other real v*late owued
brother, Mr. Leesard.
skirmishes. He marched with Bhertnan
IM 06 .
Cherkt and other cntli Item*
east of school house 9711-57th avenue.
«» . We make all kind« of chicken
(*a«ti on hand
review at Washington.
supplies, champion Sanitary
The road meeting held in the school Other rtwCRircr» ......................
Fountains, Grit a n d Shell
house last Saturday was well attended
1' «Q.44« 67
Boxes, Dry and Wet Mash
WANTED—for $2000 cash, a chicken
The Ladies Aid met this week Friday
and a spedal road tax of 10 mill* was
Hoppers and Troughs.
ranch. Write description and price at (instead of Thursday) at Mr*. Pyles,
levied for work in the district.
Mr. i apital «lock paid tn
once to Ralph Ackley Land Co., 210 north of Kendall.
!,M» .4)1 We will Make Anything You
Kern, the road supervinor «ays he has Surplus fund.........................
Rothchild Bldg . Portland. Ore.
The Sunday School is going to give an
Want out of Sheet Metal
already received subscriptions from the Undivided! proflt»
’ entertainment Saturday, Dec. 8.
IS.IW u0 j
UoBtal bay Ing« bank dvp*t«lt«
auto chib of Portland and every dollar Individual deptMdt« »ub)<vt
Walsh has a stock of good gasoline all ! the close of the entertfinment the Ladies
I d - gets from them will be duplicated by
the lime at prices as good as can be Aid will hold a Bazaar
the county court
Several thousand Demand certiorate» of deposit «.IM «0
Mr. Carson has lea*«-<l from Mr.
found anywhere, tf.
planks have already been bought and Cashier rhcd'k* «oit«tMn>!lnit
I Smalley, the original owner, the proper-
.'■0 0» »
laid in several tiad place* to he laid thi-i
. ty formerly owned by an Italian family
Mr*. Esther Fankhoueer, south
winter. Permanent work will be begun
on the east side of the < Iregon City road.
; W Tf '
Johnson creek, goes to California next
at the w«*st line of the district next .
He is imnroving same by an addition to
week to spend the winter mt 1
state of Oree»«,
ler tbe house and building a barn and season ami a* fast as a stretch of plank*
County ol Multsoisah,
W V 1
mother who is an invalid.
are reached (hey will be carrie«! farther ,
I r* I •
1, H. K. Bisyd, cashier ol
, chicken hou»--
We are glxl to note
east and laid down until in turn they ' bank, do solemnly »wear
this as they will stay with u* instead of
will Is- reached again with crushed rock, i • Itletnenl I» true to the b
Sixteen young people, members of buying elsewhere and moving away.
There is considerable talk of peace in ;
the Christian Endeavor of the Second [
Mr. Nelson is improving his home
H K Hloyd. C*»h'er.
DWIFT « *-
the paper* and as the people have *u«-
Friends church, had charge of the pro- ' with an addition of a couple of
hnustht by M ji
«»r « • frl <-« nrp! ■f^-rlt-ti-m
tained Wilson in hi* Peace policy, this i
gram at Portland Commons last Friday and a basement
wiiit . « rijbt,
r»f Y.rir invent*
y. k . Pester,
country is ex peeled—anil will doubtless '
and r*fiort on put-n la Hilly. We r«t pat
Mr Stephens is building a new house
lake ste;,«—to start a movement looking
of XO r>4•««led Irivrntkm
on his five, ere tract in Oregon Homes
toward s caseation of hostilities.
Min* Watson, a
He has the largest number
BubMiribed and »worn to before me this 3*rd
an- all willing to quit but pride and
musician, has recently joined
her of acre* in the addition,
day of Nov. 1*1*
C. C. Wiley,
Patent Lawyers. t»iab issa
arrogance are still uppermost in the j
mother, Mr*. Petero, who live* in the
307 Sevanth St.. Waahlnnton. D C.
minds of the proud p<itent«xt«a, who rub*
My comml»»lon expire* Nov. 10, I9IV
the destiny of their people, who not
io remove rust stains only do the hard work at insignificant
forqel Yonr Aches
wag«-« iu time of peace but are led to
The several German Evangelical Re-
fngightly rust stain* on weather- i
slaughter by their bloody-minded king*
Stiff kne«w. aching litnlis, lame ba- k
formed churches of Portland will hold lx)ariilIlg can
cannot reach the seat ot the disease. Ca
.Mix in time of war. A few more years and
tarrh la a blood or constitutional disease, make life a burden.
If yon stiffer from
Thanksgiving services at
the First one part of muriatic acid with five parte
and In order to cure It you must take In
kingcraft and priest-craft will be a thing
ternal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is rbeumatism. gout lumbago, neuralgia,
church, corner Twelfth and Clay streets. of waU.r
Wagh lhe Maine<1 wb)u
with of the paet.
taken Internally, and acta directly upon
Both of these twin evil*
Rev W. G. Lienkaemper. pastor of the the ^mion, and rinse them will. pure
the blood and mucous surface. Hall's get a Ixittle of Sloan’s Liniment, the
have produced all the misery and blooti-
Cure Is not a quack medicine. It universal remedy for pain.
Lente church, will preach the sermon. water Jhe M|ntion maj aJao
was prescribed by one of the beat phy
uaed shed in this dreadful dark past.
sicians In thia country for years and la apply; it penetrates without rubbing
! for cleaning stained brick or «tone work. '
According to a report of the State Im
a regular prescription. It Is composed of ami soothes the tender (lean.
The ladies of the M. E. church are Care should be taken not to allow this migration Society five families have left
the best tonics known, combined with the
best blood purifier*. acting directly on ths and more effective than mossy oint-
very busy these days preparing for their remover to get on the clothing. In case . Oregon in the past few years where one
mucous surfaces. The perfect combina
For strain* or
tion of the two Ingredienta la what pro j merits or poultices.
bazaar, which takes place on Dec. 13th. it does, sponge the spot with water.
ha* come in. Thi* would not be if it duces auch wonderful results In curing *prains, sore muscles or wrenched liga-
The Evangelical ladies are still working
Send for testimonials. free.
was not for the greedy action* of land
F. J. CHENET A CO., Props., Toledo, tt ' merits, resulting from strenuous ex«-rci*e.
on orders taken at the bazaar they held
«peculators, who are holding the land
Sold by Drusslata. price 78e.
“The newspaper is the life-center of
Take Hall's Family Pills for oonstlpatloa. Sloan’s Liniment give* quick relief.
some weeks ago.
at such ridieulou* prices.
Keep it on band for emergencies.
the town—it* throbbing heart.
with logs and stump* or *econd-growth
your Druggist, 25c.
succeaeful newspaper breed* a successful
Rev. F. M. Jasper will preach on next
timber must lie priced right if it is ever
Sunday morning from the topic, “The town............................. It should not place is settled on and the tax system must be
nendicitis” (fl 60), “Food" (•1.50),
Joy of Unsatisfied Gratitude.”
In the itself in the position of Is-gging sup radically changed,
At the mere men-
“Di««‘iwc* t.f Women and Easy Child
port. The town need* the newspaper
Worms Sap Your Ciilld’s Strength
evening the topic will be, “Fulfilling the
tion of anything like single tax the birth’’ (11.50). Book* by Dr. Tilden
more than the newspaper need* tlie
Oregonian throws a duck fit because worth their weight in gold.
I* your child pale and fretful?
The newspaper is th», spokes-
Pittock—who owns the Oregonian large Little, 7110-43<i Ave. 8. E Tabor 6471. he cry out in sleep or grind hi* teeth?
man, the stimulation, the unifier, the
ly—draws 1175,000 a year ground rent Mornings
A change ha* been made from the
These sympom* tnay mean worm* «ml
only friend of the community at large.”
from a single block on Washington
place of bolding the next meeting of the
you should obtain relief al once
street and a full rental value would
Mt. Scott W. C. T U.
It will be held
apoo Worm Killer is a pleasant remeily
justly make him pay a big tax.
at the E M. Kcheurman home, 0017-
that kill* tlie worm, and by if* mildly
89th street, on Dec 5tb.
laxative quality expels it from the
Pimply, muddy complexion* are dne
Worms sap the vitality anil
Clear up the
make your child more snsreptible to
At the M. E. church the home coming to impurities in the blood
Your I)rnggi»t aril»
-week service* have been cloned.
They skin by taking Dr. King’s New Life
Advertised list for week ending
Kiekapoo Worm Killer, 26c a box.
have been an inspiring series of meet- Fills. Their mild laxative qualities re Nov. 20: Ames, Mr*. L. D.; Brettel,
Rav. E G ttins came out on move the poison* from tlie system and Mrs. Emma; Blair, (J. W.; Boyer, John
A fall, free, non
Wednesday and Friday of last week, brighten the eye.
C. ; Cunningham, Mr«. Irene; Cox, Mice
giving two interesting addresses.
An griping bowel movement in the morn Hase); Dodig!. Mrs. Katie M.; Edwards,
Mail* at the L«-nta postofflee arrive
other series of meKinge will be held in ing ie the reward of a dose of Dr. King’s Walt; Faster, Mrs. F B.; Foster, Mr.
and depart doily, except Sunday, u fol
January, with the help of Mis* Florence
D. C ; Gibbon«, Rae Theo.( Hott, Mrs.
THE MULTNOMAH STATE BANK
FIRST CLASS WORK
Tin Shop in Lents
91 and Foster
Coffman & Spring*
Hardware, ia-m Produce. Canned
( liMiil.. v-.iit «I -uicry
Washed Graded Gravel
82n(i St. and 45th Ave*.
Phone Tabor 2063
D. SWIFT & CO.
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
The Ohm* family has arrived from
Canada and are now with their brotiier-
in-law, Mr. Warren, 86th street and
Mrs. Ohm* and the
children, one of whom ba» been placed
to the Buckman sctnxil, will remain ill
Lent«, Mr. Ohm» will reiiirn after ut
tending to the spring farm work ili
We carry a Complet« I.In« of Plumb
ing Fixtures and Supplies
Phone Talior 5542
M. N. SADLER
1'.>rtlumi, I In-gon
I’h ac Tabor 22M
Residence 211 N. Main St. I.tnt». Ore.
Mt. Scott, Lem* «nd Portland
Baggage and General Hauling,
I runks 50c Hach
Tn the offshore lumber trade, Wash
i gton and Oregon tide water mill*
shipped 34,212.787 feet of lumber during
H-e month of October.
E C.; Hunter, Mrs. E. E.; Johnson,
Mr. Fred; Johnson. Mrs. Dave; John
son, Mrs. Fannie, 3; Heath Manuf. Co.;
Miss Carrie; Petty, Mr.
Alvin; Peterman, Mr. J. C.; Scott, Mr.
and Mrs. Fred; Taylor, Geo. K ;
Walker, Melva; Wellaon, Mr. Eve;
White. Ja* E.; Worm, Mr*. Nellie;
5416 85th St . S. E. 3.
S.-vr«l carload* of Tillamook cheese
»re («--ng -hipp.-d to the --ast this week.
• t i- ih- fir-t time in the history of the
BE YOUR OWN DOCTOR,
< >r M ti indn-try that cheese has l-een
There is to be a free iictur
your own machine,
You can do it liet-
nt r.. >> h'-re to th,- Eastern state*.
ter than another, being inside it.
Friend* church in l*-ni- o
rh Or g n Ele- tric is pla- ning a two
« Ie •
pay* YOU to keep well, to get well
evening. Ded-intier filth
million d llir ' xtensmn to <lascadia
is to deliver the lecture,
er ■'..Idimzs for the Monarch mill* quickly when sick, to know how to take
care of your family.
Helf care ami self
Single pnpils or classes.
date mat fi * le- h
1 r ih
1 * ■* ea-t.
Term* reasonable. Free instruction fl to
full o* grip; i w i c
the WillamHfe 7 o’clock every Sunday evening
single peg upon » it fit i'
I- ve increase in C. LITTLE, Health Expert. 7110-43
position a* to wnat I • ' >» '
Avenue 8. E., Portland, Oregon.
then- queetiuu» WU. .*ke.
Laave Baggage Check and Add rea*
at Plummer Drug Htore.
Third and Madison Ht.
The Monarch sawmill of Portland |ia%
hern sold and a million dollar roller
mill is pia nrd
Tlie Wedd rburn Marleav ■ state »aw
7:1# A. M. ■ •ill will xp< riment in sawmg hard
12:30 P. M wood liimlwr from oak log* of thia
ß:30 P. M victory.
6:00 A. M.
12:60 P. M.
3:80 P. M.
try, 1« Invention and *rl«m<w.
Oet out of U m rut: «et on the Urine lino. Rood
1 V I I Ld
«2 Ntreel and
Footer Road ..
Wood and Coal
the mort Intenwtln« and tieefnl Maoelno, and
tho bi«e»t money's worth. Beery month
We Have Both Them And
300 Pictures —300 Articles
•11 for only IS rents. All tlx- new l<1.** and
Inventions in electricity and wireless. In
■Utomohile* and arroplsn«-*. In »hopwoelt ami
In farmin*, atxl in ms- hinery.
month, Inclu-I rig rrfrl«erator», poultry Imuses,
furniture, •utotnc. iUe simp ret-airs, etc.
It 1» hill of mor. y.making, step«a»ln« Ide*«
It is writ«« io pl* n Lnsl*»h (or m»o «nd boy».
IS Cents • Copy—»1.60 a Year
Oet It from a newelealer or writ» direct tn
Popular Science Monthly, tss Fourth A»e.. N.».
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