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Mount Scott Herald
Phone, Tabor Wl4
Dr. P. J. O’Donnell
Wd ST. and FOSTER RD. (Over Unta
Industrial Servey Shows firms At
Archer Place Myrtle Park
Phon« Hell. «H'J
Drs. Calder & Allen
Often do more harm than
no glauMCH at all. You want
your r I hhim 'H RIGHT. JUST
RIGHT, and that’s the way
1 fit them.
Norwood Mlq. Co. Presents Surprise
And Repays Visit—Archer Place
Pharmacy Handles News.
Norwood Manufacturing Co.
One of the most interesting visits
Volt Hulldin«. LkNTS.OKK
made in the whole of pur industrial
Chiropractic Adjualmenta Relieve Chronic
survey was the call made on C. A.
Ailments. KasmlnlM« Consultation FRKK.
Norwood, of 5907 Foster Road, near
Myrtle Park station. Mr. Norwood
handles bicycles, sporting goods, auto
C. E. Kennedy
supplies and repairing, and yet his
Real listato end Notary Public
chief line has not been mentioned.
He is quite a manufacturer on a
tomi «nd Car Line
scale, and he showed us $800
worth of goods manufactured and
ready for the jubbers, for he sells
them wholesale. He makes various
light steel articles, among which
Dr. C. S. Ogsbury
might be mentioned six different
DR. GEO. B. PRATT,
makes of bicycle baskets and car-
riers. Next time you see one on a
wheel you may be pretty certain it
328 Alder Ml. between tllh and Broadway
was made by Norwood, even though
Ibi w. w.
East ♦‘JW7 it may have been purchased down
town. Eight or nine different sun
John Guy Wilson
dries are also turned out, such as
Our Tailoring Talks
a salmon egg can holder, line di
3ss Pillock Hlock
bait boxes, piano wire leader,
office Consultation Krenings by Appolntmen key-ring holder, etc. Two very pop
Tell their story to everv observe«
ular articles are his folding camp
Show comiiHent Worknian«bip
stove and folding camp stool; a pic
Exhibit ih-|M-ii<iable Fabrics
ture of the latter appears with thi«
See Me for Right Fit and Prices.
He has two different
kinds of folding or detachable
Arleta Baptist Church.
F. F. EHRLICH
9:48 ft. m. Biblft School. 11 ft. tn. Preaching handles for frying pans so that they
Ladies and Gents Tailor •43rvlcr. 11:00 p. in. Evening services. 7:00 can
be packed easily, They are
p m. B. Y. P. V. meeting, M:O0 Thurxlay
»134 FOSTER ROAD
Prayer meeting Everybody welcome to any very ingenious, but like all clever
and all of these services. W. T. M. Spriggs, inventions, exceedingly simple.
Ford license bracket sells like the
proverbial hot cake. In fact, unlike
Millard Avenue Presbyterian Church. 'Bijah Brown and most inventors,
Io a. m. Hablmth School. 11 a. m Morning
Mr. Norwood is a success, probably
worship. 7:00 p. in. Y. P. H. C. E. 7:46 p. m.
ROSE CITY VAN
Evening worship. î:S0 p tn Wednesday, mld- because he is not only an inventor,
7:10 p. m. Thursday, rholr but also a manufacturer, and his
The One-Way-Charge Company
practice. Rev. Wm. H. Amos. Pastor.
prices are extremely reasonable.
.As for bicycles, sporting goods,
St. Peter's Catholic Church.
See U» For. . .
supplies, tennis raquets,
Sundays: t:00a. m. Low Mass 10:10 a. tn. baseball
and automobile sup-
WOOD AND COAL
Choir rehearsal. Week days: Mass at 1:00 a. tn plies, there is no such stock east
8222 Foster K.
Tab. 142« Dttl
of Grand Avenue, and Mr. Nor-
Seventh^Day Adventist Church.
w ood has customers for miles around.
10 ft. m. Saturday Ha bl »«th School. 11 a. m.
Hat uni ay preaching. 7:10 p. tn. Wednesday, His repair department is always
Prayer meeting. 7: *66 p. m. Sunday preaching. busy, especially these spring days,
When in Lents
while his location on the Foster
Kern Park Christian Church.
Road is very handy for passing au
Corner 69th Ht .and 46th Ave.. 8. E. 10a m
Get Your Meals At The
Bible School. 11 ft. m. and 7:10 p. m. preaching foists to purchase their supplies,
service. 6:80 p. m. Christian Endeavor. 7:30 When the road is paved he feels his
p. m. Thursday, mid week prayer meeting. A trade in this department will be
cordial welcome to all. Rev. G. K Berry. greatly increased.
Cottage Restaurant Pastor. 11'*) K. Salmon.
A very interesting feature of Mr.
Norwood's manufacturing plant is
St. Paula P.piacopal Church.
One block south of Woodmere station that he makes most of his machinery
Holy Communion the first Sunday of each himself.
He has two punching ma
A. KNAPP, Prop
month at B:00 a. m. No other services that chines, two cutters and two power
day Every other Sunday the regular services
will be as URual. Evening prayer and sermon drills, besides many other special in
atCVO p. m. Sunday School meets a* 3:00 struments which have not yet been
p. m. B. Boatwright, Supt., L. Maffei, Bee. named.
Last year was his first
Rev.O W Taylor. Rector.
year as a manufacturer, and his out-
Th«« lienta Station Barber
put exceeded 400 dozen articles,
Lmts l:vangellcal Church.
is now located at the
I Sermon by the pastor. 11 a. in and 7:16p.m. This year it will be many times
! Sunday School 9146 a. tn., Albert Eankhausvr. that amount. He has a good trade
Superintendent. Y. I’ A.. 6:45 p. m , Paul in California and Washington be-
; Bradford, President. Pm ver meeting Thurs
9137 Foster Road Opp. P.O.
A cordial welcome to all sides our home state.
GLASSES RIGHT-PRICES RIGHT
The Optical Shop
MURPHY HAS MOVED
CUT RATE BARBER SHOP
Hair Cut 20c
FLOYD MURPHY, Prop.
FIRST CLASS WORK
N. N. NYGAARD
Ladies’ and Gents Fine Shoes
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY
0133 Foster Rd.
T. R. Hornschuch, Pastor,
a. m Bible Study Class, 5:80 p. m. 1 Epworth
League 6:10 p. m. Preaching 7:80 p. m i Prayer
meeting Thursday evening at 7:80. F. M.
Jasper, Pastor. Resilience 6768.Bird street.
Laurelwood M. I, Church.
9:4' «. m Hunds)- School. 11:00 «. in. presell-
In«. 12:90 p m. clsaa meet III«. »:>« p in.
Junior Leaf ue. 6:30 p. in. Epworth lx*««ue.
7 30 p. m. presehln«
8:00 p. m Thurmlay
evening, prayer service
Pr. C. R. Carlos,
A II" Green Trulla« 8t«mpx
German Reformed Church.
for MAT only
Corner Woodatock Ave., and 87th 8t, Rev.
W G. I.lenkaemper, pa.tor, Sunday School
10«. m. Morning Worship, II a. in. V. P 8
at 7:30 p.m. Herman School «ml Catechetical
Cla.a Saturday at 9:00«. m.
from the NEW firm of
Free Methodist Church.
MANZ & 1MIRWALD
Sunday School, i:no p. m. Preaching » p. tn.
each week Prayer meeting. Wednculay at
7 .30p.m. All are cordially Inviteli to attend
the«e service, Rev. A. Beer«, Pastor.
$35 Suit for $30
5940 »2d St. S. K.
Walter & Muenster
A wide-awake firm is that
Lenta Friends Church.
& Muenster, family grocers,
v:4& a. m. Bible School, Clifford Barker,
Superintendent. 1l:oo a. tn. Preaching ser situated at Myrtle Park station, 5820
vice. 6:26 p. in. Christian Endeavor. 7:8u Foster Road. They have been seven
p. in. Preaching service. ** 00 p. m. Thursday, years in the same location, but only
| mid-week prayer inerting. A cordial welcome
to all these services. John and Nettle Riley, two in the fine new store building
which they own. They pride them-
selves on their low p rices, their
Lenta Baptist Church.
quick service and their high-class
Lord’s Day. Bible School. 9:46 a. m. Morning
trade. They solicit and deliver, and
worship, 11 a. m.
Elmo Heights Sunday
I School, 9:30 p. m. B. Y. P. U., 6:80 p in. besides the general line of groceries,
I Evening worship 7:S> p. in. A cordial wel they handle some fresh fruit and
come to these services. J. M. Nelson, Pastor. vegetables in season,
are R. C. Walter and Frank Muen
Fifth Church Of Christ.
Fifth Church of Christ. Scientist of Port ster, and the former told us that
land. Ore. Myrtle Park Hall, Myrtle Park. they owned 150 front feet on Foster
Services Sunday II a m. Sunday School 9:30 Road and would be very glad to
and 11 a. in. Wednesday evening testimonial help pay the cost of paving Foster
Road. He considered the estimates
prepared by Mr. Dieck to be very
Lents M. E. Church.
Sunday Softool 9:46 a. m
Preaching u.-on reasonable.
The H dh M JI.00 Per Year
Archer Place Grocery
One of the most unique grocery
stores in the whole Mt. Scott district
is that of R. Franks at Archer Place.
The store is fitted up like a drug
store or high-class ice cream parlor,
and is kept as neat and clean. There
is more room inside than in the av
erage store and the stock is displayed
to advantage. Mr. Frank is back
east for the present and Mrs. Frank
is general manager, Their territory
ranges from 49th street to 70th
street and they use an auto delivery
at present. Mrs. Frank says busi
ness is far better than it was one
year ago, and that the paving of
Foster Road will mean much in
creased business, and many more
Mrs. Miller’s Confectionery
Mrs. R. Miller is the proprietor of
what was formerly known as the
Archer Place Confectionery.
has conducted a similar business for
many year« on the West Side but ii
very pleased with the quieter and
more modest buxines« in the suburbs.
She has been located at
Place about 10 month«. She
open at al) times, and serves ice
cream, etc. She find« business bet
ter than she had expected when she
made the change in location.
Archer Place Pharmacy
George E. Bradshaw, Ph. G., 1«
the proprietor and owner of the bus
iness and building at Foster Road.
He has been located here five years,
und is a graduate of North Pacific
College. Mr. Bradshaw specializes
in ‘‘Supplies for the Baby’’ and in
prescription filling, but besides his
full line of drugs he keeps paints,
stationery, kodaks and ice cream. He
finds business is better than at any
time within the past four years. He
always keeps brick ice cream on
hand for parties and dessert, and
claims that it is one of the cheapest
possible desserts in these days of
high cost of living.
Archer Place Barber Shop
H. F. Green is one of the most
prepossessing barbers we know, if
that term is allowed. We enjoyed a
little chat with him in his little shop
at Archer Place as he mowed the
spring lawn on a little shaver’s head.
He finds business fairly good, and
is making an effort to close his shop
every night at 7 p. m. He has a
notice in the store to the effect that
he already closes at that hour Mon
days and Thursdays.
Women Of Portland, Awake!
On the principal that an injustice to one is the concern
of all, every woman in Portland is vitally interested in the
adoption of the Two-Platoon measure for the relief of the
firemen. The fight for better conditions is being led by the
wives of firemen, who are demanding some consideration as
the head of familes and as citizens of the city. These women
cannot win the battle alone. They need the assistance of
every home-loving woman and man in the city of Portland.
Especially do they need the help of women, for women only
can understand their problems under the continuous duty
system under which their husbands have to work for a liv
The Two-Platoon measure is right; it is humanitarian.
Are you with us in our fight for better conditions; for
the home and the babies? Then urge your friends to vote
for the Two-Platoon measure.
Vote 102 X Yes
Firemen’s Two-Platoon Com.
312 Gerlinger Building
(Paid Advertisement. I
Archer Place Market
Across the way is the meat market
of C. Schmidt, who says he is do
ing a nice business, and his only
trouble seems to be that some even
of his own customers get into the
habit of buying down town. He is
probably about the oldest established
business at this point. He will close
every Wednesday afternoon during
June, July and August. He has a
sign in his shop showing that he
will not sell any meat on Sunday.
L. M. DAVIS
Good Wages—Give Labor a Chance
Voters have three choices:
Anabel Feed & Fuel Co.
One year ago last September the
present proprietors of the Anabel
Feed & Fuel Co. took hold of the
business, which has been established
at that point for many years. They
handle wood and coal, hay and grain
Anabel Pure Food Grocery
The business outlook is good to
W. H. Lashier, who has recently
bought out the general grocery store
at Anabel station. He keeps two
solicitors and one delivery wagon
going and believes that his motto,
“Satisfaction or your money back,”
will result in building up a good
business for him.
JAMES IRVING, Sec’y
First, second and third
EFFICIENCY. ECONOMY AND A SQUARE DEAL FOR
ALL. NO FALSE PROMISES
Will do the right thing at all times. I stand on my former record of
two years in our City Council, and one term in the Oregon State Legisla
ture, and have always advocated and worked for equal suffrage.
The Voter»—Men and Women, are my Campaign Managers. I look
to them for my success. If elected, 1 promise to use my best judgment
and be a servant of the people. I have never betrayed a trust. I have
been a resident and taxpayer of Portland for over 25 years, and I feel I
can conscientiously ask your support.
Your» for a bigger pay-roll and good wages. This is my religion.
Give the working people a chance. Let us all pull together for the best
interest of our Rose City.
VOTE X NO. 29
IDLE LANDS EORM
WORLD S WASTE
Land Monopoly The Greatest Menace
In The Food Shortag e liiiis
All Nations Guilty.
Food for Thought
and for the Stomach
There are 4,00(^100 acres of deer
and game runs in Scotland, much of
which were used at one time for the
sustaining of thousands of farms.
There are 12,000,000 acres of idle
lands in Missouri alone, all of which
could be used for corn and grain
There are many hundreds of thou
sands of acres in England held for
game preserves and sheep pastures.
If a tenant plows up the grass lands
he is dispossessed. The land could
produce immense quantities of food.
It feeds deer, rabbits and sheep.
In the southern states of this
country a tenant farmer is dispos
sessed if he puts in corn or a food
crop. He must plant cotton.
In the city of London, England, a
great deal of land is held idle for
speculation. Some say 14,000 acres.
Most of it cannot be obtained for
the use of gardeners for fear that
it will be taxed if it is used.
While New York City is plowing
up some portions of its parks for
food crops, speculators are holding
25 per cent of its area out of ade
Ireland is one of the worst culti
vated countries in western Europe.
Its lands are still held in large
tracts, and its farms in many sec
tions are restricted to grazing when
food products of a more valuable
nature now could be raised. The no
bility hold vast tracts out of use for
parks and runways for deer and
There are 30,000,000 acres of good
grain «nd farming lands held idle
The matter with the democracies
of Europe and America is what was
the trouble in Russia—land monop
Nature — God — has provided an
abundance for all who are willing
to labor. His storehouse is opened
with that key.
Look around you.
The food you putin your stomach controls the
activity of your mind. Pure foods create brightness
and intelligence; poor food causes slugishness and
We sell PURE MEATS—the kind that build up
both mind and body, and make success doubly sure.
Eggiman’s Meat Market
5919 92(1 Street
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