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Mi Scott Herald
Mt. Scott Herald
Publishes! Ivory Thursday at Lenta. Oregon by
Tua M t . 8.-UVT PruUMtim Couranv
Mr. W(«l Writes Of I tip.
Mid-Summer Clearance Sale
On Sunday next lite paator will COB«
J SANGBK FOX, Managln* Editor
Editor. Herald : tiutw hi« series «4 ''Stewaniship” wp
MINNIBGOODRNOUUH HYDK. Nr*. Editor
1 leit P«>rtlan«l at 7 :00 p. tu., on Satur mon« The Utpie for the morning will
J. AI.l.EN DUNBAR, Cln-uUtlon Manager.
day. the Itth inBt., Nr»r Minneapolis, l»e ‘‘The Atmosphere of the Sanctuary. ■ •
Entere 1 aa seco nJ claw mail matter Febru coming by way of Spokane.
Crops in . The evening topic will l»et ‘‘The Might
ary U. WH. at the poti othre at lienta. Oretou.
under act of Concreta. March 8. 1ST*.
Oregon will average about half a crop; of th«» Widow's Mil«*.” The Male Quar
We will hold a Clearance Sale of all Summer goodfi, giving every one a chance
• »1 a jear, in advance Winter wheat fair, but Spring grain tette will render iq>ecial selections I mii I i
morning «nd evening.
to buy Summer gtxxls at less than their present value and at a time when there
I H onks : T àbo * ?SJ4. D 61.
1 arrived in Spokane tbe morning oi
Th«* Sunday S-I i « h »1 W«-»rkent* Con
are weeks of warm weather ahead.
the 12th at 8:15, leaving an hour later.
ference will t»»* a>l<lre*i»*«i tomorrow
Useless Red Tape.
Pasted through a tin? farming country
WATCH FOR DODGERS QUOTING PRICES
Every few days some of the beyond Spokane, with indications of (Friday) evening by Cha». E Leiran, of
the Sunnyside Church. Every ortuvr,
troops of Oregon go somewhere more than a half crop, corn however, t«*aelier atnl memlx*r of the atlult cia»-*«"*
or come from somewhere, or looking small and ptrar, but a large crop are rvqu«*ste<i to l«c present.
At 10:30 we stopped at St
settle down somewhere. For Joe, Idaho. This is a luml«er town. At The Epworth L-agta* enj >ye«l their
Near Foster Rd.
fear of some German spy finding Avery th«* eh-elrie car was li«x»ked ou meeting on Sumlay evening last with
out in advance that one of our and for 440 miles over the Rockies we the Millanl Avenin* 1‘reebyterian young
companies is to guard a bridge, were drawn by electricity, the power people. They wen* treat«*«! well and Widia Wada, Wash. Th«» Nations!
given a meet coniial wekxmte.
or an oil tank, or something else, being derived (rout the mountain Beulah Miller was Ihe lead« r ami the Benevolent Association maintains 13 in
streams. It was a tiue trip; the car
stitutions throughout the U. 8. (or the
the papers are greatly restricted has the appearance of a baggag«* car, lexeou w»í well arrange«l and carried rare of the orphans ami age«l of the
in publishing troop movements. only longer, l«*ing alxiut lOo ft. in out Meetings of this character are Christian Church.
Any fourth-rate German spy length. It goes over the mountains very helpful and promote th« fraternal
who couldn’t find out when each like a bird, climbing at a 20-mile clip. feeling w hich xhould exist l««*twe< n all
The regular services will l*e livid on
and all and any of our troops are At Alberton we stopped 10 minutes and
got ice cream.
Mr. and Mrs. Coryell and daughter,
moved would not be considered When I awoke on the morning of the Mira Gladys, recent arrivals in Ix'iits Bunday at the Erlend« Church.
worth 30 cents a day. and would 13th we hail just passe«! Roundup from Redmond, Ore , and Mrs. John- The Intenlenominational Prayer Band
met at the Frienda Church on Tueadav
be discharged. It is undoubted Mountain and found ourselves in the •on from Keliog, Idaho, were welcom«*«l for an all-day meeting. The attendance
that every large body of troops great sheep belt. Grain looks well and into the church by transfer.
was «mail, but an inspiring service was
settting forth from our shores to hay appeare«! to be a tine erop. The
track ran along the Yellowstone River
Anate Presbyterian Church.
Europe will be watched • by Ger for some distance, which is a large ami
man spies, and their departure muddy looking stream. We crossed The regular monthly Workers Con Many Cdttle Die of Stranqe Disease.
ference of th • Anabel Presbyterian Sun
made known in Germany, if the Montana line at 12:15. A large day
More than one ln>n<lre<i cuttle la-long
School w ill I»» held at the home of
worth while, within two hours. area of Montana through which we Mr. and Mrs Ellton Shaw, 4402 79th ing to farniirs in Eastern Multnomah
The close censoring of the press passe,! appear?«! rocky ami worthies« St. S. E., Monday evening, August 27, ami Clackaniae Countisw have <ii«*«l «lur
and Iota of Alkali. At 4 :20 we crosse«!
ing ihe past six iraak*. The cause of
that is kept up by the military’ the North Dakota line into South Da when plans for the new Sunday School this
grent fatal!ty among live stock has
authorities is largely to increase kota. The crops in the former are year beginning October 1, will be out own more or I«*» battling. County
lined. The members of the school will
their own importance and to poor, apparently not half a crop— go for their annual picnic on Tuasfay, Agent S. B. Hall ami the Btate Veter
consume time, red tape, and awfully hot and dry. At 5:00p. m , Sept. 4. Too committees which have inarian, Dr. W II Lytle, have made
there su«i«ienly came up a thunder
I the planning for th«* picnic in charge careful investigations into the matter
Ri;i: y©u ready tor a busiaoH opportunity ? Nuppo a that t«>-
storm. Tbe thunder and lightning were
ami have j>r<>tiounc-«i th«* trouble to la*
report everything in readiness for a big
g you see a cl
Invt (moot of
very severe. It lasted about one hour,
hemorrhagic septicemia ami have vac-
j crowd and a g«xxl time.
Wood Trust Still In Lead.
then cleared away. At 5:30 we stopped
cinaletl aceonlingly, *>ine of the cattle
fortune. Have you the thousand? Place your surplus
So far our new Mayor in his for 10 minutes at McIntosh, S. Dakota, The Bunday School orchestra lias so I reales I having l«*en save-1. This
cnsh in bank. Then when n choice investment offers you are
valient fight with the wood trust where your humble scribe again got an kept up iu regular rehersals during the «license is sai«l l<> be a contagious bbssl
summer months having net missed a poisoning, highly fatal ansi infectious.
ready for it. There is an old saying that money makes money.
is right where he started. He
It ia particularly truu today, Security, service and courtesy are
brave the danger of the heavy claps of practice. A number of instruments Th«* causes are said to la* found in
has interviewed the
thunder and vivid flashes of lightning. have been added. The young people swampy pastures, hot weath«*r lieing
trustees and they have told him At 8:15 we croseci the Missouri River, who have been taking lessons during more conducive to infection into th«* 6
that prices will not raise for the Here were stationed soldiers on guard, the summer will take their regular parts blood of the animals through Acratches
by October first, when the Sunday or other abrasion« of the skin.
present. They have also inti protecting the bridge.
will have an orchestra of about retnciy has been diacovered for tin*
mated that when they get good The morning of the 14th found
20 pieces, which under the direction of
and ready they will raise as high Glenco, Minnesota. Wheat, oats, corn, Mr. E. P. Town plan for some heavy disease in its advanced stage«.
barley and rye are all bumper crops in
The County Agent ha« t>een «upplie«l I
as they please. There is MORE I this State. Hay and poutoee are also a work «luring the coming winter.
witli tbe neoe«aary vaccine and will vac
slab wood and block wood than large crop. Corn looks fine, but ia a Last week the members of the Tbinl cinate stock free upon application at hi* ,
The big shipbuilding I little late. If frost keepe off it will be a Year Primary clasnee were given a treat office in Greahatn.
plants will have refuse equal to | big crop. I arrived at Fairbault, my by their teachers, Mrs. Shaw and Mrs.
Boys and lunch baskets
N OT1CXOF BHERIFFTI (ALI
the entire slabwood output The destination, at 11:30 a. m., found all O'Mealy.
In tbe Clrcbtt < o«rt ef tbe Bute <4 Oregon
well. Will write more later.—John Wal- looled into a couple of automobiles tliey
big mills will run to capacity to rtxl.
were driven out through Gresham,
G. A. Phillip« and W. C. Thompeon, doing
and Thom peon. Ptalabffa
get lumber. The coal mines are
crossed the upper Sandy bridge and
Most of our customers are constant customers -
vs Annie M. Irvine, Defendant.
as easily entered as before. The
Rv vtrtuee elou eaarutloa, Jadpraem order,
to us repeatedly for whatever they may
order bf eale fasraed ont nt the above so
in the clear waters of the beautiful and
titled Court In the above enlltlad eaoee. to me
cost of producing a waste pro
need, from tires and tubes to practically everything
river. All kinds of stunts liked by the directed and dated the ::ih ley of Auguet
1917. upon a Judgment rendered and entered
duct is not increased by a ten
in the nature of motor car accessories.
live wide-awake boy were indulged in In sold Court oa Ue 271b day nt June 1917 In
per cent increase in wages; or a
favor of G A. FMBlp« sad W.C Thompeon,
You may be an out-of-towner you may not live
25 per cent, either. There is The regular meeting of Mt. Scott W. especially the wenie roast at lunch fendent tor tbe sens of (Ml 10 wltb Internet al
C. T. U. will be held Tueeday afternoon
the rate of« per eent per anaum from the 27th
we can serve you constantly—we may have
plenty of electric juice created; of next week, the 28lh inat. A cordial time. The party returned in the even- day of June 1(17 and tor the turtber num of
(2* M eoets and djebanesneuisrand the rents of
of serving you only once.
plenty of gas; plenty of coal. invitation te extended to all who are
and upon tbUwrlt eomenandlng ma to make
Laurelhurst •ale of tbe follnsflng described real property,
to wlt: Lot 11 end W. Mel Lot 11, Block I,
Slabwood is still being furnished interested in any of the plana for patri-
Nevertheless it is our endeavor to make our ser
The attendance at Sunday Jotbade. In Section 1« Twp IN K. 1 R of
the wood trust on a contract at , otic aervice.
such that you will always remember that once,
School Sunday in theee clasara was
Now Tbeiefore, by virtue of said lexeentlnn,
one dollar a cord. That contract Aatoria union baa contributed *36.50 above normal as a result of the outing. judgment order, decree and ortlar of sale and
and wish that you could be a constant customer of
In 'compliance wltb tbe oommands of said
such a garage as this.
could be taken over by Mayor i to pay for tbecaring of a French orphan
writ. I will, on Monday the Mth day of Bopiem
for one year.
ber 1917, at 10 O'clock a. m , at the east front
Baker under the U. S. Food con
door of the County Court Mouse la Pertlsad,
Suppiiee for eoldiera and aailora con
Multnomah County. OrSgon. sell at public
trol act. And the trust cinches tinue to go out in large quantitiee from A union meeting of tbe Epworth auction (subject to redemption), to the highest
bidder for cssh In hand, all tbe right, title
i Btate Headquarters. Tbe lateat ahip- League of the Lenta M«*tb<xiiat Church and Interest which tbe within named defend
and tbe Christian Endeavor 8«x?iety of ant. Annie M. Irvine had on Gw* (fth day of
mente include 70 articlee, two comfort
June 1917. the dale nt the judgment herein or
AXEL KILDAHL, Proprietor
Presbyterian since that date had In ami to the almve dee
bag* by special request from two navy
scribed property or any part thereof .to satisfy
Behind The Scenes.
8919 Foster Road
boys, old linen sent direct to French
coats ami accruing coats.
Our public service commission battlefields, 50 Ibe. to Camp Withy- Sunday evening last. The topic for the Interest
T M . HURLBURT, Hberlff of Multnomah
has discovered that some public combe for the Third Oregon, 20 tea evening was. “A Definite PnrjxMe in County.
bated this 21st day of August 1917.
Life and the Bucceiw it Wins.” Sixty
First Issue August 2Srd 191"
A lUV Candies* Confectionery, Fruits, Soft
service corporations are only
lust Issue September 20th 1917.
three persons were jireeent.
making five per cent on their in rag«. Oregon has alao given liberal re Beulah V. Miller was the leader on thia
Drinks- Bakery Goods, Tobacco and
sponse to tbe call for funds for a W C
VA%unAVA Clears, Light Lunches
vestments. There is a nigger in T. U. ambulance which is to Jgo at once occasion. The neat little chapel was
the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon,
the woodpile somewhere.
It to the battle front. A call has come for J beautifully decorated with Golden Rod. tor In Multnomah
Alice B. Morrow, Plaintiff,
may be the same as has been over 200 comfort bags, wanted at once; The service was greatly enjoyed bv all. Marrow,
There was special music and an inter
To Edward O. Morrow, the above named de-
discovered in New Zealand in 17-5 are ready lor shipment.
State Headquarters is a clear
In the name of the State of Oregon: You
NOTICE OF HHF.RIKF'H HALE
First, over- ing Oregon
Mr. Cortes Valentine was a welcome ar«*
h» r«-by r«*«|U
required to appear and answer the In the Circuit Court of tli<- Btate <»f Oregon for
house for National Patriotic Service
* * file«!
” • axainnt
galngt you in the above rn-
valued plants, with figures Department. Mrs. Jennie Kemp, state visitor at the Millard Ave. Christian- complaint
titlea auit.on or before the 14th «Uy of Bep
Margaret Baker. I'lalntllT, va., Margaretha
t<*rnl>«*r, 1U17. an«l tf you fail bo IO appear or Flelahauer, widow, Charlea Flelahaurr and
placed at original cost when now president, is vice president of the Worn-, Endeavor meeting on Bunday evening anawer.
tor want Uteri of, the plaintiff win an Grace klelahauer, hla wife, Er<-d Flt-lahauvr
to the court for the relief prayed for In and Etta Flelahauer, hit wife. Emma Hubbard
worn out; and for others ma an'e Division of the Council of Defense. ' laat. He ia no v stationed at Clackamaa. ply
her complaint* via: for a derrre of divorce and Newton llubbard, her husband; Roar
the marring«* contrac t now existing Maaon and f.eo Maaon. her husband; Minnie
chinery that has been paid for County Institute for this month was I Mias Beulah T. Miller entertaine«! her dinaoivlng
between you and the plaintiff, and for the Ferguson, unmarried, and Louis Flelshauer,
minor Child in nh I«I complaint unmarried, Heirs of E. E. Flelshauer. de
by depreciation charge-offs
and for eweh other an«i farther re ceased, fiefendanta.
with Frances Willard union as hostess. on Wednesday, the 23rd inst. They all mentioned,
may seem meet and proper
By virtue of an execution, judgment order,
from previous annual incomes.
Mrs. Sleeth, county president, presided, i enjoyed a swim, after which they ate Thia Rummona Is served upon you pursuant decree and order of sale laaurd out of the
Kobt Tucker, w hich above entitled Court In the above «-ntltled
Second, overhead expenses aug Mrs. Hattie Wilson and Mrs. Carey were their Innch and took in tbe sights of >al«l order was made on the
31st day of July, cause, to me directed and dated the »1st day of
1W17, and which waid order required that thia July, 1917, upon a judgment rendered and
mented by relatives placed on the speakers of the morning session ami the Park.
summons be published once a week for six entered In said Court on the (nth day of July
weeks. In the Mt. Scott Herald, a 1917, In favor of Margaret Baker plaintiff and
the salary roll with little or talke«l along lines of department work. Private J. E. Johnson of Co. K, 3rd consecutive
newspaper of general circulation published in against
County, State of Oregon ; the «late Charles Flelahauer and Grace Flelsnaiier, hla
nothing to do.
of the first publication of this notice is the wife; Fred Flelahauer and Etta Flelahauer
day of August, 1917, and the date of the hla wife. Emma Hubbard and Newton Hub
prices paid for land needed, Hidden spoke on the observance of red inst. He was given a hearty reception 2n«l
last publication la the 18th day of September4 bard, her huahand; Rose Maaon amt I.eo*
letter day and social work. Mrs. Addi- i
shareholders getting the rake- ton spoke on fool conservation and the by all.
Maaon. her huabaml; Minnie Ferguson, un
K omcot p. Hurst, Attornev for Plaintiff, married and Ixiuia Flelahauer, unmarried.
Is This Your Boy?
Ifi’JI Yeon Bldg., Portland, Oregon.
off. Fourth, land purchased for work of the council of defense. A most
Heirs of E E. Flelshauer, <lcceasod, defend*
anta tor the aum of (oVai.UI with Interest at the
speculation and taxes charged to interesting discussion followed, Mrs. !
on cannot <*X|x*ct him to I m * inter
of rate A percent per annum from the '.»th day
of March I9lf> ati<! tin* further sum of (M :io
overhead expenses, with interest Kemp giving a stirring talk. The In Lowell Bradford will have charge of In the Circuit Court
with interest at the rate of A percent per an ested in his school work if he cannot
of the State of Oregon, num from the 1st day of April 1917, and the
demanded from the utility stitute was well attended.
the morning service at the Evangelical for Multnomah County.
furthe« sum of (I'JA.in with Interest at the rate
Frank Bell. Plaintiff, va. Annie L. Howe and of A per cent per annum from the 3oth day of see clearly. Properly fitted glasses may
H om , Deiesdante.
charges upon the amount so in Mt. Scott union will be busy at the Church on Sunday next, The topic Kdltti
July, 1917, and furthe further sum of (W 70
In the name of th»* State of Oregon you. coals ami disbursements and the coats of and lié just what he needs.
Unless you are
next regular meeting making bed s«x:ks will be, "A Study of Christ the Evan-
an«1 4‘ach or you, are required to appear and upon this writ commanding me to make sale
for wounded soldier«. Tea towels are gelist.
anawer the complaint filed agalnnt you In the of the following described real property, positive your boy’s eyesight is all right,
aboveentitled can we and Court on or before to-wll: Lota Four (4>, Five (r>) and Hit (A)
Sorge of these things go on called for; any one who can furnish a
The Y. P. A. service will commence Mi'plfmbcr 13, 1W17, aal«1 «late being fi weeks Hlock Twenty-six (2K) In "gunnyside." Mult you should have us examine it at once.
from the firat publication of thia aummona, nomah County, Oregon, except the West
under the very noses of the pub few please han«i to Mrs. Genel. Floa at 6:45 p. m. The evening service will and
if you fail to appear and answer, or other M.(ft feet thereof.
plead herein, for want thereof the
lic utility commission, and some
Now Therefore, by virtue of said execution,
commence at 7 :45, the first half hour to wise
will take judgment and decree judgment order, degree and order nt aa'e and
you a« prayed for in the complaint on In compliance with the commands of said
right behind their backs.
lie deveted to music.
file herein, to wit: For the sum of $192.00, writ. I will, on Monday Ike loth day of Hep
wanted. Old linen left at Headquarters
Do not let your children enter school
with Interest thereon at the rate of 7 per cent temher 1917, at 10 o’clock A. M , al the east
The remedy is public owner will be appreciated.
iwrannam from July Jb, 1917, until paid, and front door of the County Court House In handicapped by defective vision.
for the further min of 8100.00 attorney's fees
ship, with compensation for
DURING THE ENTIRE MONTH OF AUGUST
Tbe Stevens* Cash Dept. Store
MULTNOMAH STATE BANK
The Constant Customer
II -F. I
nothing but the actual value of
the plant, and nothing for good
will, franchises or speculative
tracts of land not necessary in
It’s worrying us to determine
how Europe, when this war is
over, is going to play euchre
with a deck from which kings
and queens have been eliminated.
Kern Park Christian Church.
A SCREW LOOSE
May cause a wreck. Het the tires
and other loose parts of your wagon
and other vehicles tightened while
the weather is dry.
We Guarantee Every Job.
forth»* for«*ckMurn of thi- mortgage an«l th«'
collection of this note, and for his coats and
Rev. Carl Gorhmley, of the Rodney disbursements berefa, an«l for a feme fof
foreclosure of a certain mortgage made
Avenue Christian Church, will give his the
by one Samuel Ho«e In favor of Plaintiff, and
talk on India illustrate«! with slid«« in rerorried In Book 49S at pa,e 24. Rwnrda of
Mortgage, for Multnomah County, Oregon,
the Kern l’ark Church next Sunday covering the following <leacrlt«e<l realproper
The East half nt Lota 4«, 47 and 4S. In
evening, August 26. Mr. Gorhmley baa
Bhs-k 29, In the Original Townalte of Albina,
been a missionary in India so is well seoordlng to the duly recorded plat thereof.
In Multnomah County, Ore«>n
prepared on this subject.
Thia aummona la aerved upon yon by pub
llcatlon once a week for alx auceeaalve weeks
The Rev. Muckley, of the National from the 2nd day of Augtiat. 1917, to and In
Benevolent Association, preached a very cluding Heptember IX, 1(17, pursuant to an
order of the Hon. Robert Tucker, Judge of
helpful sermon Bunday morning on tbe above entitled Court, which order la
dated August 1, 1SI7.
‘'Service*' and gave as
J «Win Van Zante, Attorney tor I’lalntllT. (14
example where onr service ia needed at Spalding Bldg., Portland, Oregon.
Data of Brat publication, Auguat 1, IS1T.
the Christian- Old Peoples’ Home a*.
DM, 04 tart publtaialton September IS, »17.
Fortland, Multnomah County, Oregon, sell at
public auction, (subject to redemption) to
ihe highest bidder for cash In hand, all the
right, title and Interest which th«: within
named defendants and each ami all of them
had on the 9th day of March, 190«, the date
of the mortgage herein forecloaed or since
that date had In and to the above described
property or any part thereof, to aatlsfy said
execution. Judgment order and decree, Inter
est, coats and accruing coats.
T. M HCRLBUBT
Hherlff of Multnomah County,Oregon
bated thia «nd day of August 1917.
First laane August 9th 1917.
Last Issue Heptember «th 1917.
The Optical Shop
DR. GEO. B. PRATT,
326 Alder Bt. between rtth and Broadway
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