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Mount Scott Herald
IE THERE IS ANY QUESTION
in your miml a» to my abilitv t«> til
glasses correctly, even after other« have
failed to give «ali»fii<-ti«iii, read tin«:
Ik-ar Mr. Pratt
I am gla«l to report
Hint the g I a«»«-" you titt«-«l (or me are
working linely. My eye» ar«- better now
than they have l»-«-n for M-veral years
After the ls-«t s|x<ciallat* I could find
buck F«»l fade«! to help them, I waa
alx'iit ill»courage<l, but tln-v ur<- all right
Mr" l-arr’s gluss«-« arc also a
perfect sue«-«-«» Her lira«! <|ilit aching
ix-fore »lie li«<I hud them on an hour and
hasn't Ixitlivreif Iter any since. We
are Ixilli recommending you to all our
REV. II IRWIN FARR.
Come in an«l consult me alxiut your
You will incur m>
The Optical Shop
DR. GEO. B. PRATT,
328 Alder 8t. Itelwreti rtth ami Broadway
YOU CANT LOOK BRIGHT
or (eel right if your ixiwels aren't
The laxative propertiea of
Figs a* improved in HAN-TOX Fig
Cascar«»«) tablets imake the laxative
that you will call nleal
Price IOc and 25c.
F. R. Peterson & Sons, Props.
GRAVEL and 8AND.
Pli«m«- Ii«l--r SOBS
SO-CALLED DANDRUFF can easily
be curad ; my booklet gives full direc
tions; also Instructions for ladies'
•li am poo Home Shaving for men, the
proper care of the f««et. a sure cure tor
constipation. I «esule» other valuable
recipes. All are very inexpensive ami
use simple common drugs- U you used
help I want to help you.
information ami copy of book sen« I a
two cent stamp to Lock Box 618, lx«nts
P. O., Portland. Ora.
Ml. Scott W. C. T. U. Iield their regn-
lar ru«eting Tueatfay at tim r«-»ii|i-n<i- of
Sum-ay next will la« oliserved ax
Children's Day, tin- program occupying
Tin-s|»-i ial work of Organisation along tlx- entire time of the morning service.
the litte of patrioti«’ Service was discUM- Thu regular service will lx- held in the
«<d. An all-day lueeling itiJulyal tiie ■ evening.
Imme of Mr*. Frank F ratikhauw-r was
Tlx- W. N. Class belli their monthly
plitnm-d ; nl~«> a County Institut«- to »x iiu-eflUg at til«- home of Wesley Ib-ynokis
lu-lil tiie lhir«l Tliurrilay in .luly.
on Wi-iluesday evening.
The n«-xt incetilig will Ix- a ree«-: tion
Tin« continiMMi illm-ss of Mrs. Ja“|«u,
to new im-iiils r- and a v«-ry itit>-r<-"tiiig
tiie pastor’s wife, is greatly r«-gretted.
program will Ix« given liy tiie Flower
th«- -ympatliy of tiie entire church tx-ing
I extended to them at this time Mixx
Mrs. Miller was niipoint«-<l »u|x-rin-
- Florence Twidwell, our beloved deatxyn-
temlent of the Hrx-ial lb partm"iit.
«•sx, is proving herself an Angel of Mercy
' in caring for Mrs. Jasper.
Tim following extract* from the May
Rev. Coleman, pastor of the Metho
llulletln of the I>«-|>artiio-nt of Teiupstr- «list Church of Claikamas, will ex
ance an-l Labor will have a general in- change pulpits with Rev. Jasper on Hun-
teri-st to reader« ol tiie “Herald:”
i «lay evening next. Mr. Jasper will also
Home Economic»: Slogan, Conserve, preach at Oswego in the alU-rnooii,
while Mr. Coleman will occupy the pul
Rsilroaii Note: 8ugge»te<l by tiie pit at B«-nneU Chafxil at the same hour.
Union Telegraph Company. The ixiyx
or men guarding tiie right of way are-
generally located far from towns where
The pulpit last Humlay morning wax
a daily paper «-an lie obtaine«!. When : occupie«l by Ib-v. Calvin Mart n, pastor
you are travelling why not put a rublier of the Friends Church of Quilcene,
liand or a string a«oun<l vour paper and i Washington.
Hix wife accompanied
in passing a camp along the railroad him to Lentx
Several years ago Mr.
throw it off? It would lie greatly ap- ami Mr«. Martin were in charge of a
prrciate«l and an occasional lxx>k or Friends Mission station in Alaska
uiagaxine would ix- a kin«l act.
In the evening Mrs. Dorothy Lee of
Cost of l.iving: Why not create a de Seattle preach«*! on the necessity of
mand for plain wrap|»-r» on f>xxi stuffs being prepared for Ciirist'« coming,
or buy tiie bulk goo«ls? The gilded, Mrs Lee is a pleasing »peaker and
fancy trimmings ami frills you have to •poke from positive conviction.
pay for and they are of no value, even
Mis« Iseler, a trained nurse, who is
lor waste pa|«er. Begin a campaign for associate«! with tlx* new «upply pastor.
plain wrappers and again»t sii|x-rfliiilies Miss Ixirena Terrill, atten«ie«l the morn
that Increase the cost of tiie f«xxl article ing services.
(continued from page 2.)
About the only goal we bar» liad
baa been the almighty dollar, The
first «lueatlon aaked when a mail «ilea
la, "How much waa he worth?" with
scarcely a thought aa to how much
he did for bls community or bla coun
But what baa U all amounted tol
Have the men who have lived and
w«i|k«M! sluiply to acquire great for
tune« ol>tallied (w-ace of mind, happi
ness and honor? How many of them
could answer "Yea” 7
Ila* the country been benefited by
the -ourse they have taken? A very
large majority of our countrymen
would answer "No."
On the whole, the Individualistic
age has not been a succewa. either tor
the individual, or the community tn
which he haa lived, or the nation.
We are, beyond question, entering
on a period where the welfare of the
community take« precedence over the
tntereetw of the individual and where
the liberty of the individual will I*
more and more c4rcnm>crll>ed for the
benefit of the --oinmunlty a* a whole.
Man's activities wfll hereafter tie
required to be not only for himaelf
but for hl* fellowman.
To my mind them la nothing in the
«Ignx of the time* ao certain aa thia.
FOR sale or trade
of rich Washington county
land, about three acres beaver dam, lo-
cated Middleton within 1‘, mi of hSer-
wihx I, *4 mile to Rex Tigard roa«l, to be
pnved thi* summer. *4 mile from 8. I*.
Electric de|x>t, with in passenger trams
daily. I acres umier cultivation balance
slaslie«!, o room tioiiae, running water, a
good well at house, other out building»,
How the Reward* Will Coi
on main county road. R. F. D., schtxil
■•4 mile, 2 churches, clow to g«xxl store.
Our only dceoraUon—the almighty
Price « ksttt, will consi«ier $20m> in trade dollar is rweding Into the background.
forgixxl city pro|x-rty. long time on Dal
The man of exceptional ability, of
ance Lents pr«>|>erty preferred, vacant
titan ordinary talent, will here-
lots coniidcred. Clayton Drake, 10138
after look for hi* rewards, for hla
47th Ave S. E. or Herald office.
honors, not tn one direction but In
two: First—and foretnoat—in aotne
DON’T RUIN yotir tine clothes,
public work accomplished, and, sec
wash lace curtain«, waists, etc., t very
cheaply ami «ptickly. Will call and de- ondarily, in wealth acquired.
In place of having it said of him at
liver. Mrs. Kelly, •'»Will Ave., ami iklth
8t. la-sve orilers at Herald oilier. 23
bls death that he left so many hundred
thousand dollacx it will be said that lie
LOST OR FOUND
FOUND—Purse containing money on rendered a certain amount of public
Estacaila car track. Owner can have service mid. incldi-utally, left a <ertalu
Mine by proving property ami paying amount of money.
for Udi 0'1- Apply thin ottice.
Such a goal will prove a far Krea1er
aatiafactlon to him, he will live a more
rational, worth whip* life anti lie Will
la« doing hl* share to provide a Itetter
country in which to live.
Pilone. Tabor MU
I d aerra
Dr. P. J. O’Donnell
Bid MT. an«t FOSTER IlD. (Over Lent*
WE TIKE PRIDE
fn th«> Sani’ary \rran»eni»nt
of Our Show
Dr. Wm. Rees
Office mul Residences JAH E ft« »th Nt.
Geo. L. Carr and family, Mrs. O. M.
Tamplin, Kenneth Tampiin, ami Miss
Madge Tamplin went to Newiierg Tues-
■ lay to attend the Commencement exer
cises of Pacific College and the Yearly
Meeting of the Frien«ls church of
Oregon and Idaho which began Wednes
day concludes next Tuesday. B. B.
Brumwell and family, Emil Swanson,
J. Sanger Fox. and J. A. Dunbar plan
on s)x-n«iing the week-end in the Quaker
Mr. Hornaclitich will takt- for bis sub
ject next Sunday evening, "Tiie Kite of
Life,” the Hermon !>eing a continuation
I of last Sundays’* sermon.
On Sunday evening, June 34th, the
Y. P. A., are planning for an open-air
aervice which will lx? held on Mt. Scott,
at the Clackamas County line. They
will lx- joined by the Happy Valley So
ciety and a union service will is- held.
The meeting will clone in time to admit
of the young jx<ople reaching the church
for the evening service.
A farewell reception will be given in
honor of Ralph Sperrow on Tuemiay
evening of next week. He will leave
next week for Bellingham, Wash.,
where be will reside, having charge of
the Evangelical Church at Wahl, Wash.
Millard Ave. Presbyterian Church.
The Christian Endeavor of the Mil
lard Avenue Church will hold a special
meeting next Sunday evening, June 17,
lx*ginning at 7 o’clock. Ttii* will lie de
cision night for the campaign million.
A large attendance is desired.
Christian Endeavorer* and their families
are invite«! to attend.
Children’* «lay wax observed at the
Millard Avenue church last Sunday,
morning ami evening, some of the little
folk« distinguiflhing themselvee by tlieir
charming way« of bashfnlnexs.
morning exercise« were given by the
Beginner« department, superintended
by Mrs. Zehrung; the evening service
incluiled primary ami Junior children.
The double «piartette furnished by the
Am ph ion Male chorus gave two nurri-
l*T" one ol which, a martial song, took
Next Sunday evening, Mr. Brockway.
Executive Secretary of the Boy Scout
movement will «pak at 8 o'« lo« k. All
w ho are interested in the Boy Scouts
should not fail to hear him.
May be shown in many way«. One it by economy in the home.
For the coming months
FRUIT JARS HERE
ECONOMY, SCHRAM, MASON, ami E-Z SEAL
also fiatare* ami jelly glasses
L. E. WILEY
9040 Foster Road
Consists in studying
FOOD VALUES AS WELL AS PRICES
FOR GOOD MEATS and
The Thrifty Housewife goes to
Eggiman’s Meat Market
5919 92d Street
The pastor will preach Lord’s Day
morning, June 17th, on the theme "Get
ting Acquainted With God." In Ute
evening, on “Salvation to the Utter
Tiie pastor's wife, Mrs. J. M. Nelson,
was recently pleasantly surprised by a
la-autiful crocheted center piece of im
ported linen by the ladies of the church.
The pastor was also remembered by the
gift a new silk umbrella.
Down with the food hog! Put
him in the pen with the rest of
NOTICE OF 8HEKIEFS SALE
tn the Circuit Court ut the State ol Oregon for
It t'lereland, plaintiff, v» Albert W. Bahlke I
• ml Eva BahIXe. hi» wife; F. W. Stock, unmar
ried lain«-» Cunningham and Julia Cunning- i
ham, his a lie ami V Cla-lek, Terexie Clatlek,
hi» wife. J M. Lovin and Bertha A. Lovin hi*
wite. ami Bob Conklin, unmarried, Defendant.
By virtue of an execution, Judgment order,
da< ree and order of »ale la.ued out of the above
entitled Court, in the above entitled cause,
to me directed and dated the lath day of June,
1917, upon a Judgment rendered and entered
in »aid Court on the oth day of June. 1917 in
favor of It. Cleveland, plaintiff and against
Albert W. Bahlke and r.va Bahlke. hl» wife, j
delendent» for the aum of |i;a»> with inter
e»tat the rate of 7 percent per annum from
the .’>th day of February. 1916, and the further
■um of Isl.lb with Interest at the rate of 7 per
cent per annum from the l»t day of February,
1917, amt the further »um of I125.UU with inter
eat at the rate of 6 percent per annum from !
the «th day of June. 1917 ana for the further I
• um ol g». 96 coat* ahd diaburaement* *n-l the
coat« of and U|>oii thia writ commanding m* to
make aale of the following deacribe«! real prop- j
Lot* Fifteen (15J. Six teen (16), Twenty five (J&J
and Twenty-*ix (J6) in Block Seventeen (17)
College Flace, Multnomah Couuty. Oregon.
Now Therefore, by virtue of Said execution,
judgment order, decree and order ot »ale and
in compliance with the command* of (aid writ
1 will, on Monday the 16th day of July. 1917. at
10 »'»lock A. M.. at the eaat front door of the
County Court H«u»e in Portland, Multnomah
County. Oregon, veil at public auction (subject I
to redemption), to the higheat bidder for cash
In hand, all the right, title and interest which
the within nanteil defendantsand each and all
of them ha«t on the 7th day of Mav, 1609. the
-late of the mortgage herein foreclosed or since
that date had in and to the above described
property or any part thereof, to satisfy said
execution. Judgment order and decree, inter
est. costs and accruing cost*
T. M 1IURLBCBT
^Sheriff of Multnomah County.Oregon !
Dated thi» 13th day of June. 1917. First issue
June 14th, 1917 last issue July 12th. 1917.
J. J. Johnson. Attorney for the Plaintiff.
JOY IN YOUR HOME
is easily attained if you patronize your
Our plant is clean and sanitary.
We return goods quicker,
We make good on losses and injury
We employ all local help. Our weekly pay roll is large.
We spend our money here. We solicit YOUR business.
We have not raised our prices.
NEW METHOD LAUNDRY
5906 90tb Street
HAVE YOU EVER
for Express and Moving?
Those who have are still our customers.
Evening* and Sundays. Tabor 2*93
Portland Of.. JO4 1-i Alder. Mar. 2X9
(Successor to McKinley A Co.)
Hay, Grain, Wheat, Oats, Barley, Chicken Feed
and Supplies of all Kinds. Wood, Coal and
Briquettes. Meat Scraps and Grit
9326 Foster Road
DRAKE & MAUCK
LIDS I 2 I BONES
I DO SO WANT
126 Fourth Street
A lady said the other day, and HERES HER CHANCE
Buy your summer hat now. with an almost complete as
sortment to choose from at after season prices and
yet wear it the whole season.
MURPHY HAS MOVED
In pursuance of my annual custom I will not carry over
any hats from this season—all must go.
349 Wash. St., Opp. Morgan Bldg.
We publish the Herald.
$1.00 Per Year
Summer is only just here, yet the season for new hats is
supposed to be waning. The backward season is
my loss and your gain.
CHESTER'S BARBER SHOP
Quick service, Sanitary Condition*
Batiafactorv Work, Moderate Price*
Special Attention to Children'*
Kern Hark Christian Lhurch.
Th«- topi«- of the sermon on Sumlay
morning will lie “Our Duty to Each
Other.’’ Preaching in the evening also
by lie- Pastor, Rev. G. K. Hrrry. There
will Is- s|s*cial music.
bun-lay School at 10:00 o’clock Sun
day morning. Christian Endeavor at
7:00 in the evening.
Prayer meeting Thursday evening at
which time the first seven chapters of
First King« will lie considered.
On Monday evening laxt the Chistian
Endeavor Society held its business meet
ing at the home of Mias Bessie Mulkey,
6f»30 83rd street, and elected new
officer« for the coming year. A sexual
hour was enjoyed following the business
Tlx- Loyal Berean Bible Class are
planning a picnic for next Sunday.
Children’s Flay Hats 15c
One lot Ladies’ Hats $1.00
A few to choose from up to $2.00
Some splendid bargains prices from $2.00 to $3.00
Some extra choice ones up to $5.00
Postively nothing over $5.00. Values double
The best Is none too good for you
MT. SCOTT PUB. CO
Home D 61
Out Tailoring Talks
. . OUR SUITS . .
Tell their story to every observer
Show competent Workmanship
Exhibit Dependable Fabries
See Me for Right Fit and Prices.
F. F. EHRLICH
Ladies and Gents Tailor
•»134 FOSTER ROAD
Supplies and Fixtures
Miller & McGREW
LENTS PLUMBING SHOP
Dr. C. S. Ogsbury
The Lents Station Barber
is now locate«! at the
CUT RATE BARBER SHOP
9137 Foster Road Opp. P.O.
John Guy Wilson
:«M Plttoek Block
Olllce Consultation Evening» by Appolntmen
Shave 10c Hair Cut 20c
FLOYD MURPHY, Prop.
When in Lents
Get Your Meals At The
Sale Starts 9:00 a.m.,Tues. June 19
MRS. GULLIKS, The Lents Milliner
9520 92nd Street S. E.
Still Moving ...
ROSE CITY VAN
The One-Way-Charge; Company
See (Ja For
WOOD AND COAL
A. KNAPP, Prop.
Tab. 1424 Drtl
8222 Foster R.