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Mi. Scott Herald
Mt. Scott Herald
Publlahrd Kerry Thursday at Lanta, Oregon by
Fratta mw C ohpaky
Rev Jasper will take tor the «object
J. »ANGKK POX. Manatfinf Kdttnr.
MINNIKOOOPKNOUGH HYDK.New» Editor or hi.« Mtnon on Sunday morning next.
J. ALI KN IHNBAK.CttvulaUun Manafor.
“Bringing in (tie Kingdom Through
Violence.” In tlie evening lie will give
Knttrel as »ecor»d c I am mail matter Febru
Radiopticon lawturv on South
ary 1«. ItU. at the po»t office at I-enla, Oregon a
Minder act of Congreaa, March X. URt.
America Three illustrated lectures are
• >1 •) ear, in advance fine and greatly appreciated by the
Mrs. Sell« «nd Mrs.
I hokbs : Tanos Tail. P SI.
Daniels will render a duet at the morn
------------------------------------------------------ -- ing'service. Mrs. Frost will sing a solo
in the evening.
When Will We Learn Wisdom?
Some changes have heen made in tlie
Two-million acres of wheat Sunday School. Mr. Frost. who ha«
and corn land is held idle in our been faithfully acting as superintendent
irrigation districts, Some tracts for some time, has resigned, owing to
by speculators, and others for the regretted possibility of the family
Izraitv shortly. Mrs. Minnie
want of means and credit to Having
Hyde ha* been elected superintendent
A sensible to tili tins vacancy. B, vote of the
plant and cultivate,
and representative boi.v of board the school will install the graded
statesman could atop the arti lessons at the begiuuing of the next
ficial famine in 30 days by con- ll“‘rtl>r **>*1 “ teacher training clas* will
scripting for public use every L, be organized.
A Sunday Sclmol picnic and a com
tract of land where the improve munity
aecia! an* among the plans for
ments thereon amounted to less the near futun*.
than 25 per cent of its value, The Woman’s Missionary Society will
and by lending to resident far- hold their monthly meeting at the par
mers and those who would use sonage on Wednesday afternoon A next
such tracts the tools, stock and week, Aug. 1st. There will bean inter- i
credit sufficient to enable the esting program. All are invited.
The Helping Hand class of the Sun
land to be put to its best use. day
school held thiir monthly meeting
With this would have to go the on Saturday evening at the home of the
mobilization and conscripting of class president, Eugenia Richardson
the railroads: the oil refineries; An interesting buaineMsee ion was held
the steel mills and iron ores; the and a social hour enjoyed afterward.
timbers and the fisheries; the Refreshments were served.
markets, packing houses and Tlie service« last Sunday evening wen*
taken np in order that many wtio so
canneries. We are probably not desired might attend the Gladstone
prepared to go these lengths, Chautauqua.
and therefore we and our
children and our children’s
children must suffer, for the law
of Nature is that men must suf
fer and sicken and die until they
conform to her laws and cease
sinning against her command
Artificial famine in the
midst of plenty is massed ignor
ance. cowardice and folly._____
An Effective Ballot
Norman Mock, formerly chair
man of the Democratic National
Committee, points out in his pa
per, the “National Monthly,”
that the unearned increment of
the land values of the United
States will provide “sufficient
money with which to carry on
the war. if need be, until the
Crown Prince of Germany has a
great grandchild wearing whis
kers.” and without imposing
taxation hardships upon anyone.
“No one will protest.” says Mr.
Mock, except the few specula
tive land holders. ” Mock is no
crank. He is a perfectly
British Columbia has author
ized cities to elect their councils
or commissions by the single
transferable vote. This system
will permit the thinking, pro
gressive, honest man to be re
tained on the council board by a
Kern Park Christian Church.
minority of the voters. It does We are to have some “surprise” mu
not require a majority to elect a sic next Sunday morning, which will be
man under this system. The an especial treat. Everybody come.
minorities arid majorities secure Rev. Berry wifi preach at Montavilla
their just share of representa in the evening; Rev. Muikev will occu
tion in accordance with their py the pulpit at Kern Park. The pastor
requests that there be a good
numbers at large. Calgary in especially
attendance at the evening service.
western Canada has adopted the The Christian Endeavor will hold a
system. It is called the EFFEC basket social and entertainment at the .
TIVE ballot. We need it in church one week from Friday evening.
Oregon badly in order to retain The proceeds will be devoted to the sub
efficient and honest men in pub scription made to the church funds.
lic service. Under it a city council The Loyal Workers held an all-day
of five men is composed of men meeting at the Mulkey home on Tues-
I day and were treated to a chicken!
who each have the confidence of i dinner.
a little over one-sixth of the
total vote cast. Together they!
represent nearly the entire peo
Sunday morning at
ple. The best and most capable
Friends Church will be heM at 11 00
man of each group of political o’clock. Tbe sermon will be a special
thought wins, and the majority message to the church. The evening
rule. The minority is heard, service will be evangelistic.
The Christian Endeavor will have
I charge of the service st Vancouver
The many things attributed to Mission on Monday evening next, and
I. W. W. ’s and their sympathiz- every two weeks thereafter,
WATCH Eoli IKHHiKKS QUOTINO PRICKS
The Stevens’ Cash Dept. Store
Near Foster Rd.
We give FREE.........
to Every Purchaser o! a Kodak
Lessons in Printing and Developing.
One yrs. subscription to “Kodakery”
X HE y ; ready for a buaineu opportunity ? Suppose that to-
. ili- inv< tm ut of
/ W 11,000 would atari you on the road to an i h | • n 1<mt
ths finest magazine for Amateur Photographers.
Phoenix Pharmacy, Kern' Park
fortune, Have you the thousand? Place your surplus
cash in bank. Then when n choice investment offer« you ure
ready for it. There ia nn old saying that money make« money.
It ia particularly true today. Security, service and courtesy are
6616 Foster Road
Strenuous times are upon ub . Your eve» are tbe «U-ering
wheels of brain and txaly, and you cannot atiord to neglect them.
WELL ADJUSTED (¡LASSES
will equip your eves for the task before them. Our glasse« are
scientifically ground to meet and remedy all eye defects. See us
at once and put your eyes in perfect working condition,
THE OPTICAL SHOP
DR. GEO. B. PRATT,
326 Alder Street, lietween Sixth anil Broadway
*- ■ ’■■■I •
It’s long odds that you are not- if you are ruptured and
wearing one of those common crude trusses.
No need of remaining in this condition. Call at our branch
office and let our representative tell you what the Brooks Ap
pliance can do for you. Consultation and Examination Free.
VAN SICKLE RUPTURE APPLIANCE CO
WHEN YOU WANT
TO FIND OUT
whether a thing 1« g'x»i or
not, the first thing you do
1« to examine it closely
That 1« just w list we want
you to do with our Iuinlier,
for if you do, we are »tire
you will place your order
with US. (‘uni<’ down to
our yard and look around
and von will be convinced
that what we say ia true.
RICE - KINDER LUMBER CO
Miller Mowrey Lumber Co.
Graduate nurse always in attendance.
Branch Office Mt. Scott Pharmacy.
Office hours: 2 to 4 p. m., Wednesday
and Saturday of each week.
You Need your Eyes Now
As Never Before.
Lumber, Shingles, Lath, Sash and Doors, Nails,
Builders’ Hardware, Roofing and Building Paper
Mill at Lents Jet.
CLOSING OUT SALE
lOOth St., 4 block« from Foster
Of FISHING TACKLE, BASE BALL and TENNIS GOODS. 10 to 25 Per Cent Off
C. A. NORWOOD
Tabor 4! i3S
Your Personal Appearance
There have been many gar-
dens planted in Portland, and
much of the labor in them has
been and will be wasted, All
the potatoes raised on lots in
Portland could be raised by 60
men properly mobilized, on good
We will hold a Clearance Sale of all Summer goods, giving every one a chance
to buy Summer goods at less than their present value and aba time when there
are weeks of warm weather ahead.
A FEW BARGAINS IN USED KODAKS.
era, such as the poisoning of
stock in Klamath County, where
25 horses and 200 cattle were W.C.T.U. NOTES
Murphy Has Moved
killed cn one farm, the burning The regular meeting of Mt. Scott
Tbe Lents Station Barber
is now located at the
of buildings, and inciting to W.C.T.U., was hel<i Tuesday after
CUT RATE BARBER SHOP
strikes and riots are indicative of noon with Mrs. H. Scheuerman. The
9137 Foster Road Opp I’. O.
the fact that we have in this afternoon was largely given over to
Shave 10c Hair Cut 20c
country an enemy which is as
tendered to Mrs. J. Allen Dunbar, re- i
great a foe to liberty and our cently returned to I^nt« from Cali
Lady’s Shampoo 30c
free institutions as is Prussian- fornia, where she has been with her i The Finest in the World and at Less
than you can ger it for elsewhere
ism. Our very freedom has husband and family for the past two
been the soil in which this great
FLOYD MURPHY, Prop.
evil has grown and thrived. The Miller, who leaves shortly for Casper,
present situation is showing it Mrs. Fred Frost rendered a solo in a AUTO
up in all its hideousness. The most pleasing manner, accompanied by
Piano and Furniture Moving.
result will be, as is already being Mrs. Burgett. Little Miss Olive Up-
Long Distance Hauling.
demonstrated, that honest labor dyke gave a violin solo and was hearti
will separate itself from this
her mother. Master Clyde Sager gave Specially equipped to handle picnic
lawless element and when this a recitation. A reading by Miss Dora
parties. Reasonable rates.
line is once drawn capital and Dunbar was also enjoyed.
ERNEST E. HATTER
labor will be able to meet upon a Mrs. Dunbar responded to the greet
6334 Mth Street S. E.
common ground and work out a ings of the president, Mrs. Hammer-
Portland Stand : Bdwy. 962, A 1962
mutually advantageous plan for feidt, and gave a word picture of the
1 recent campaign for a dry California.
the solution of our industrial and Delicious refreshments were serve! by
social problems. —M. G. H.
the social superintendent, Mrs. Miller
and by the hostess, Mrs. Scheuerman.
The next meeting will be held August
14th at tbe borne of Mrs, Burgett. It
will be a business meeting.
Announcement was made of tlie
County Institute which will be held
with Willard W. C. T. U., the third
Thursday in August.
The meeting was one of the most en-
joyable of the year’s social events. The
spacious parlors were well filled.
FOR THE BALANCE OF JULY AND DURING THE ENTIRE MONTH OF AUGUST
We Carry Every Article in the Eastman Catalog.
Millar J Ave. Presbyterian i hurth.
Prof. Rol>ert McLean, of Dubuque
Seminary, gave a lecture on “Mexico”
at the Millard Avenue Church la<t Sun
day evening. A good crowd attended.
The offering went to the Woman*« Mis
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Usher were re-
ceived into the church a.- members on
Sunday morning, the 22nd in«t.
A number of the member« of th.-
church have attended the Chautauqua
at Gladstone during the week.
The C. E. volley ball team met at the
Mt. Scott park for practice on Tuesday
evening. Only those who at'en.i the
devotional service« on three consecutive
Sunday evening- are entitled to become
members of the team.
Mid-Summer Clearance Sale
5907 Foster Road
Still Moving .
Consists in studying
ROSE CITY VAN
FOOD VALUES AS WELL AS PRICES
The One-Way-Charge Company
FOR GOOD MEATS and
See (Ja For . . .
The Thrifty Housewife goes to
WOOD AND COAL
Tab. 1424 Dili
«222 Foster R.
Eggiman’s Meat Market
5919 92d Street
Supplies and Fixtures
DRAKE & MAUCK
Miller & McGREW
LENTS PLUMBING SHOP
LIDS I 2 I BONES
5926 92n<l Ht.
136 Fourth Street
349 Wash. St., Opp. Morgan Bldg.
EVERYBODY NOTICES IT.
It’s a fact—you can’t walk along the
street without Home one taking note
of yonr personal apj>earance. To
present the right appearance you
should wear one of our
HAND MADE, PERFECT FITTING SUITS
F. F. EHRLICH
LADIES AND GENTS TAILOR
9134 FOSTER ROAD
W. Aimee Hollingwortb, A. B.
HUM NESS ENGLISH
Ren. Tabor 2421
7627 "2nd Street 8. E.
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