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Mount Scott Herald
________ FOR SAI I
GRAVEL and HAND. If. Heyting.
Phone Tabor 20413.
FOR KALE—FARM LANDS.
The Government nertla Farmer* a«
well tut Fighters. Two million three
hundred tlioiiaNiid Acres of Oregon A
California Railroad Co. Grunt Landa.
Title revealed in United Hlutes. To be
iqs'ni'd for lioiiic«teuds and sale, Con*
tabling some of the lient land left in
the United SUh<x. Largo Copyrighted
Map, «bowing lurid by sections and
detx'ription of eoil, climate, rainfall,
elevations, temperature, etc., by coun-
tles. Postpaid, one Dollar. Grant
I .and« bx-atiiig Co. Box'Ulf Bortlaml,
WANTED- Team« at my wood eamp,
Hoiitli of AlpUnalp a Dairy, to bank
cortlword. thxxl pay.
J. D. Lee,
I’.il. .r M .1
FOR hale ok TRADE—1 acre with
house and bam, one block from school
on electric car line in Baileeton. For
particular« inquire at 8911 53rd Avenue
Lent«, or at tins ollli-t-.
FOR HALE OR TRADE- Ko acres near
Redmond with water right. Will con
sider l-t-nt* pro|«-rty. Inquire at Hull
53rd Ave., latnls.
FOR SALE—aere with good 8-nx»m
house finished llirttoul, Juul outside the
city limita in N. E. part of Lenta Pria»
8700. Mortgage for 1500 at H per cent
for ’-'¡years. $250 »ave« this good home.
Inquire nt tie* Herald Office.
The street car company wants the
juxrple to ba Its 8 <ent "partners.”—
Prof. Hixon, of the Woodmere school,
wan called to Illinois last week by the
death of his father,
Mrs. Norman, of Troutdale, spent the
week end with her daughter, Mrs.
II. A. Burgett, of Mlb Kt. H. E.
0. E Kennedy who left nbout a
month ago for Olcx, Ore., is circulating
among his friends in Lenta this week.
Mrs. Nellie Woodworth, of 85th Ht.
mid Mrs. Otl, of Htlth Kt. returned home
from the hop fields the first of tbe week.
Gilbert school was awarded a blue
ribboii nt the Gresham Fair in the class
of schools having more than two rooms.
Hchool opened Monday morning with
Miss Pike as teacher and a full attend
ance of scholars.
Lents M. E. Church.
Kcaool 9:45 a. m
Threshing in thia neighborhood is a. Huiulsy
in Bible Study Clana, 5:30 p. tn. Epworth
alxiut finished. Winter wheat has yield le ague 6:30 p ui. Breaching 7:30 p. m Prayer
ed utx>ut 35 bushels to the acre arid oats meeting Thurxiav evening at 7:30. F. M.
Jasper, Pastor. Resilience 67O».»lr<l street.
40 bushels to Hie acre.
Ernest E. Ulrich and family, of 0427
Avenue Presbyterian Church.
MDtli Ave. H. F.., are sending a few Millard
io a. m. Sabbath School. II a m Morning
days with Mr. Ulrich’s parents, Mr. and worship. 7:00 p. tn. Y. P. 8. O. E. 7:46 p. tn.
Mrs. 11. C. Ulrich.
Krening worship. 7:30 p. m. Wednesday, mid
wok setvlcc 7:30 p. m. Thursday, choir
Mr. anti Mrs. C. F. Zinzer returned practice
Rev. Wm II. Amos, Pastor.
last Friday from Twin Ris ks, Tillamook.
They report having a splendid time of
St. Peter’s Catholic Church.
four weeks’ duration.
Sundays: 3:00a.m. Low Maas. 10:30a. m.
John Deartlorf and family have moved 'High Mass. 8:30a. m. Sunday School. 12 M.
to Portland for the Winter, where he choir rehearsal. Wsek days: Masa at 4:00 a. m.
lias found work hauling w<xxl and CO4ll
Seventh’Day Adventist Church.
with his auto truck.
10 a. rn. Haturday Habbath Bchool.
RECEIPT IN FULL
That is what you have for every bill or ac
count you pay by check. You don’t even need
to make a memorandum of the payment. The
bank keeps the account for you.
YOUR CASH ALWAYS BALANCES
You have no trouble hunting up receipts and
receipted bills. Just call on the bank for your
check and you have the evidence complete.
11 a. m.
Mrs. J. T. Berry, of iMlli street, re
Hal’ir<lay preaching. 7;3O p. rn. Wednesdays
turned on Tuesday from a week’s visit
Prayer meeting. 7:46 p. in. Hunday preaching.
Mr. and Mrs. Billings,of Kansas City,
with her daughter, Mrs. E. W. Payne,
who have been visiting with their cousin
St. Pauls Episcopal Church.
of Canby. Ore.
One block south of Woodmere station.
Funeral servicer of Mrs. Koel, of 1206 Mrs. Miles, of Kendall, have returned Holy
Communion the first Sunday of each
5Ull> Ave, were conducted at the Ken to their home.
month at 8:<X) a. m. Mo other aervices that
Miss Bertha flam has returned home day. Every other Sunday tbe regular services
worthy parlors this afternoon, Rev. F.
from an extended visit to Seattle, the will be as i. ua. Evening prayer and sermon
M . JuH|s-r olllikrttmg
at 4:M> p. rn. Sunday School meets at 3:00
Dr. O'lionnell has lx*en incapacitated former home of her parents.
p. in. B. Boatwneht Supt., L. Maffet, Sec.
School lias started again with Prof. Rev. O. W. Taylor, Rector.
for work all tbe week owing to an
"attack’’ of |x>ison oak. He is improv Keelan again in charge,he having given
ing and ho|>ea to be able to attend to excellent satisfaction in the pant. Miss
Lents Evangelical Church.
his ap|x»intmenta by the end of the Olive Dawson has been engaged as as Hermon by the pastor. 11 a. m and 7:15 p. m.
sistant and the indications are that she Sunday School 9:45 a. rn., Albert Fankbauaer.
Superintendent. Y. P. A.. 6:45 p. m . Paul
Mrs. J. II. Baird, of Clatskanie, will lie very popular with the children. Bradford, President. Prefer meeting Thurs
Mr. ami Mrs. Hacker have moved to day 3:iO p. m. A cordial welcome to all
Columbia County, accompanied by her
two sons, Phillip and Fred, visited apartments at the rear of their store at T. R. llornachuch. Paator,
friends In Portland and Lente last ttth Ave., so as to be nearer their busi
Fifth Church Of Christ.
week. Mrs. Baird was a guest on ness w Inch is developing into a nice
Fifth Church of Christ. Scietitiat of Port
Saturday <>l Mrs. Hyde,of the “Herald.” trade.
land, Ore., 4AM 62nd street.
H< rvices Munday 11 a m. Sunday School 9UW
Visitor« from this district to the State
and 11 a. m. Wednesday evening testimonial
Fair at Salem will find the “Mt. Scott
Mr. and Mr«. Sidney C. Hayes, of this
Herald" in the rack« with other State
I>a|>er3 in the Oregon Booth, Journalism district, gave a very enjoyable dance
Laurel wood M. B. Church.
: Room, Thia is ma<le possible through and social last Saturday night at the 9:4/ a. m Bunday School. 11:00 a. m. preach
Grange hall in Lents. Excellent music ing. 12:80 p. m. cla.« meeting. 3:uOp m.
th<- Exteiwion Division of the U. of O.
Perhaps your liver isn't acting
was furnished, which could not hsve Junior League. 6:30 p m. Epworth League.
rigfil. when veor 11\<-r t - sItiggi"I>, I
7:30 p. rn. preaching
3:00 p. m. Thursday
died thia morning after a lingering ill lieeu bettered, either in "pep” or time, evening, prayer tervlce. Dr. C. K. Carlo,,
poisons steadily accumulate in your
system Nothing will regulate vour
ness. Funeral services will is» conduct- tiie combination rendering it impossible Paator.
liver m<>rw certainly than ha N-TOX ! e<i from the Kenworthy parlors Kstnr- for even the moot seriate to keep their
Liver Bill«. They promote regular
German Reformed Church.
day morning at 10:00, Rev. F. M. Jas- feet quiet, saying nothing of those who Corner
bowel movements ami are utit'qualed
Woixlatock Ave., ami 37th St. Rev.
for eonsti|>alion, sluggish liver or | ix-r, of the Lents Methodist Church offi were strictly up in the latest steps de W G. Llenkaeinper. paitor. Sunday School
creed by conventions of professional 10 a. m. Homing Worship, 11 a. m. Y. P. 8
Wk V ciating.
11 / (z.\
7:30 p. tn. German School and Catechetical
John Walrod, of Foster Road, return dancing masters. The beautiful ap|>ear- al
Cl a attinia y at 9:00a. m
Price 25 reiita.
ed from his Eastern trip the first of the nnce of the hall added much to the en
joyment of the evening, furnishing fine
week' He reports a line time; attend-
Free Methodist Church.
: ed the Minnesota State Fair where he ventilation from the thirteen large Bunday School. 2:i>0 p. m. Preaching 3 p. m.
F. R. Peterson 4 Sons, Props.
windowsand plentyynletide light. Miss each week. Prayer meeting, Wednesday at
witnessed some record-breaking horse
Vina Hayes had charge of the check 7 So p. m.'All are cordially invited to attend
.races, ax well aaoneol the tinest exhibits
room. Programs were furnished to all these services. Rev. A. Beer«, Paator.
which a State can produce.
Post cards received from Miss Edna
Kern Park Christian Church.
Mr. Walter Headrick and bride have Corner
With St., and 46th Ave.. 8. E. 10 a.m.
i Burns, of 87tli Kt., who with her
: parents and sisters is touring Southern taken housekeeping apartments at 87 Bible School. JI a. m. and 7:30 p. m. preaching
service. 6:30 p. m. Chriatian Endeavor. 7:30
Oregon, indicate that they are having a E. 12th St. N., where they will be p. tn. Thursday, mid-week prayer meeting. A
pleased to have their numerous friends
: tine time, with all kinds of good things
cordial welcome to all. Rev. Q. K. Berry,
Pastor. 1330 E. Salmon.
to eat—watermelons, cantalo|>eR, pears, call upon them.
Mr. Charles Turner has returned
. peaches, tomatoes, as well as venison—
Lents Baptist Church.
looks as if the h. c. of I. wasn't troub after over a year’s altsence in the East,
CHRONIC SUFFERERS can tie simp’v ling them much.
whither he went on important buiii nee* Lord’s Day. Bible School, 9:45 a. m. Morning
worship. 11 a. m. Elmo Heights Bunday
he had School,
an<l permanently cured by PHYSICAL
2:30 p. m. B. Y. P. U., 6:30 p m.
W. W. Wakefield has charge of which required more time than
Evening worship 7:3" p. m. A cordial wel
Chester’s barber shop thia week, while
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fisk Gibbons come to these services. J. M. Nelson, Pa Mor.
that worthy gentleman is "honeymoon
are still residing at No. 90 E. 29th Kt.,
ing" somewhere in the Unitad States.
EL Et TRO T H E R A PEI Tl UH
Lents Friends Church.
near East Washington, where they ex-
Dr. Stockdale, Naturopath, who merely
deal direct with the CAUSE of disease
l>ect to remain for some time, as they 9:45 a. m. Bible School, Clifford Barker.
cornea to help out his friend, is assisting
Superintendent. 11:00 a. m. Preaching ser
and not its SYMPTOMS and assist na in the work of the shop on Saturdays are quite well suited with their sur vice. 6:25 p. m. Christian Endeavor. 7:80
p. m. Preaching service. 3:00 p. m. Thursday,
ture to do the work she alone is able to during the rush. Mr. Wakefield is
rumor that they have moved several mid-week prayer meeting. A cordial welcome
perforin SENI» FOR FREE BOOKLET assisted by A. E. Forces.
time« since leaving Lents.
Their to all the services. Miss Lucan« Terrell. Paster
Tbe grocery business at Myrtle Park friends will find them at the above ad
or call and consult me FREE.
operated by Walter A dress until further notice.
Arleta Baptist Church.
Muenster was bought out recently by
Free salmon in these times of high 9:45 a. m. Bible School. 11 a. tn. Preaching
DR. R. A. PHILLIPS Mr. Thomas. During the past week prices is the friend of every one. 71st service. 3:00 p. m. Evening services. 7:00
Mr. Muenster, a former partner, has avenue, has, we believe, the champion p. m. B. Y. P. Ü. meeting. 8:00 Thursday
Prayer meeting. Everybody welcome to any
THE AI.lsKY BLDG.
pureliaaed the stix-k and will conduct . f salmon fishermen in Mr. Clarence and
all of these services. W. T.8. Spriggs,
Portland, Ore. business at the old stand, Mr. Walter, Farris and Mr. James McVey. The Pastor.
Thöne Milin 3142
the other member of the old firm, is former took his Maxwell machine and,
preparing to go into tbe real estate accompanied by Mr. anti Mrs. McVey
Artabel Presbyterian Church.
and Miss l.ilv Farris, enjoyed an auto Corner of 36th Street slid S7th Ave. S E.
Sabbath Services. Preaching. 11 a. ill. and 7:30
"Grandma" Forsythe, of Both street, trip up the Sandy River, coming back p. m. Sunday School, 9:45 a. m Christian
is happy over the arrival of her little practically loaded with salmon, enough Endeavor: Senior, 6:30 p. m.; Junior. 4 p. m.
1 l-year old granddaughter, Elsie Oliver, to keep both families supplied with Thursday, Prayer Meeting, 7:45. Tuesday.
who comes fiotn California to spend the this delicacy all Winter and also to di Orchestra Practice,?::« p. *
always ready to call on the sick and confer
Winter and attend school. Mrs. Oliver vide with their neighbors.
with those who desire spiritual help. John E
will arrive later and will also remain
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Anderson and Nelson, Pastor. Residence,
37th Ave. 8. E‘
lor the Winter. Miss Elsie has spent two little sons visited Mr. and Mrs. Phone, Tabor
some time wftli her grandmother on James McVey tor several days during
previous occasions. She made the trip the past week. Their home is in St.
Johns. They lost their infant
alone bv boat.
Mias Menzies, of Creclon, teacher in few weeks ago.
the Lents school, accompanied by her
mother, motored to Cle Ellen, Wash.,
on Salurdsy, the 8th inst., returning on Vour Flag and My Flag
Sundav accompanied by Mrs. Ijtnegnn,
of Cle Ellen, anil Mrs. Mazanbi, of Your flag and my flag!
Roslyn, their guests remaining through And how it flies today
out the week. On Saturday last a de In your land and my land
lightful trip was taken up the Columbia And half the world away!
Rote red and blood red
An alarm of tire on Tuesday proved The stripes forever gleam;
Snow white and tout white,
to bu a small blaze in the roof of a house The pood forefathert* dream;
on 84th St. between B3rd and rtlth Ave Sky blue and true blue, with stars to
nues, caused by a chimney tire. Small
damagi* was done; the bucket brigade The gloried put ion of the day, a theller
thri tph the i
and garden hose, manipulated by the
family anti neighbors, had nearly ex-
flag,ami isji flag!
tinguished the Hames by the time the Your
It isn’t every time that he PREFERS
Anti, oh, hoir much it hoirie—
fire department arrived. Lents and Your lami and my lami—
to be a drone.
Gray's Crossing volunteer companies re Secure within its f iride!
Frequently it’s his eyes. They 'are
sponded to the alarm.
Your heart an ri my heart
Heat quicker at the eight;
weak, or have been strained, or he is
One of the jokes played on Portland
by the tia(i trust in to charge five prices Sun kitted ami wind lotted,
troubled with myopia.
for all kinds of fish. With salmon block Red and trine and white.
one flag, the great flag, the flan
In most caws the RIGHT glares,
ing up the entrance to the streams the The for
me and you.
We declare, without fear of
people of Portland are paying 20 cents Glorifies all eine betide, the red anti correctly fitted, will completely reyuove
contradiction, that we have the a pound for salmon. The food director
while and trine!
freaheat and juicieat ateaka in of the United Staten got the trust to
If glasses can help your child’s eyes,
agree to offer fish for 1ft cents, bnt even Your flag and my flag!
have them and want to supply them.
that cut in too much for the trust to
ntand, no it only pretended to sell fish The drums beat at heartt beat
If glasses will not reach and remedy the
CHOPS, st that price, anti shoved off a really in And fl/ ers shrilly pipet
trouble, we’ll frankly tell you so.
Your flag and my flag
ferior article of fish for 20 cents. If the
.4 blessing <n the iky;
HAMS AND FISH
men who do the work of catching fish Your hope and my hope—
couhi get $80 a ton for them they would
It never hid n lie!
consider prosperity hsd made them mil Home land and far land and half the
DR. GEO. B. PRATT,
6919 92d Street lionaires. 11 the trust was satisfied with
25 per cent profit they could sell 10 lbs of Old Glory heart our glad salute and
rash salmon for SOcenta. Then we won
—Wilbur D. Netbit.
283 Alder 8t. between 8th and Broadway
der why mors fish is not eatsn.
This bank solicits your deposits, large or
small, and invites you to pay your bills through
it. It’s the SAFE way.
Multnomah State Bank
The Men Who DO THE
In This World Are
GREAT MEAT EATERS
The Optical Shop
EG6IMANS MEAT MARKET
to meet you personally, but if unable
to call; cur telephone
is at your service.
We always have a full line of
Lents Mercantile Co., 5805 92nd St
do so MANY people stop at
B. W. SINES
Also all kinds of Feed, Hay, Grain, Chick Feed, Wood, Coal, Etc.
9326 Foster Road
ECONOMIC AND MILITARY
THE UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
Clean as a new pin
JACK’S LUNCH ROOM
9213 Foster Road, next to Yott Bldg.
Come in and watch us make our Pies—we are mighty particular
Try our Chile.
They say Our Coffee is Delicious
OPEN UNTIL ONE O’CLOCK
WE TAKE PRIDE
Made to fit any figure
Lady or Gentleman
fn the Sanitary Arrangement
of Our Shop
FABRIC and WORKMANSHIP 6UARNTEED
The best is none too good for you
Old Suits Cleaned, Pressed
F. F. EHRLICH
Quick Service, Sanitary Conditions
Satisfactory Work, Moderate Prices
Special Attention to Children’s
LADIES AND GENTS’ TAILOR
9134 FOSTER ROAD
Piano and Furniture Moving.
Long Distance Hauling.
Specially equipped to handle picnic
parties. Reasonable rates.
ERNEST E. HATTER
8334 84th Street 8. E.
Portland Stand: Bdivy. 982, A 1982
The Lents Station Barber
is now located at the
CUT RATE BARBER SHOP
9137 Foster Road Opp. P. O.
Shave 10c Hair Cut 20c
The Finest in the World and at Lees
than you can get it for elsewhere
Also Sanitary Clothea Bleach and full
instructions how tp use it. No
more Blue Monday«
FLOYD MURPHY, Prpo.
CHESTER’S BARBER SHOP
ROSE CITY VAN
The One-Way-Charge Company
See U» For . .
WOOD AND COAL
Tab. 1424 D61
8222 Foster R.
When in Lents
Get Your Meals At The
A. KNAPP, Prop.