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Mount Scott Herald
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A JOY 10 SOLDIERS
Media, the infant daughter of Mr anil
1 Mr*. Axel Kildall i* r«q«ortud Very ill.
Lent* M. E. Church.
FOR SAI I»
Munday W-eool 9:4ft a. m
Preaching 11 M
Mr. ami Mr*. Arnold Eggiman and
GRAVEL and HAM'. R. I ley ting. baby are H|Muidiug the week with reia-
At Camp f*-wi«, American Lake, am Bible Study Claas, 5:80 p.m. Epworth
G ague S:(0 p m. f'ruacblng 7:80 p. m. Prayer
Phons« Tabor 80®l.
511 i live* at bilvi rlon, Ore.
Wash , wiiere the draft’ d men of the meeting Thursday ’ Veiling at 7:80. F. M.
Rev. H. C. Dewey returned the first, new National army being assembled for Jasper, Easier. Mesldeuce .'»7*1.«,rd street.
WANTED- T<’iims hi my wood camp,
Month of AlpliU'iilp a Dairy, l<> bank of the week Iroiu Heatlie, Wash., where ■ training in the western-department, the
Army Y. M. C. A. buildings, thorongt • Millard Avenue Presbyterian Church
cordword. Go<>l pay.
.1. D. I aw , he bad «punt »everai day*.
equipped sn<i splendidly manned, i" ft. m. Sabbatb AfhooL 11 a. m Morning
Th»’ iuiunt child of Mr. ami dr».
awaiting the thousands
ttiousand* that uru wor«nip. 7:<W p. m. Y. P. 8. C. £• 7: p, m.
Kvuniiif Worship. 1:* j p ia WcdneAduy, mM-
FOR HALE OR I UAI'I -1 acre with ! Albert Lunlio wan hurried thia after- arriving daily. Tons
Tone npon ton
tons of writ wec’k wivicM 7 .¡V/ p. m, Thuntlfty, < hoir
bouse and burn, on* block from school
ing ; paper and enveiope* are within practice Iter.
il Amrw. Fuator.
W. H. Richardson, of KKth St., mum- I TT H ch, book* and magazine* liave been
oil ulvcirio cur line in Ihillcston. For
particular« in«iulr<- nt Will A3rd Aventi«
cur cftllly laid <Ait, well light«- I building* I
St. Peter’s Cathoiic Church,
> Eastern Oregon.
Lenta, or at *
S'.i pd tiUniiiuai
with am pl* facilities far writing letters 1 undays: t:Ô0a. ». tn.
m. Low Maas. 10:30*. m.
..... ol thu Leola 1’ ollie’-, horns, for recreation and comfort, ar* ! Hl :ii M<»<. 8:30a.m. Sunday School. 12 M.
FOR HALE < . 1KADE MO aerea near
-ir rehearsal. Wee* day»: Mas» at 1:0u a. tn.
Redmond with water right. Will con* | I* lb* . M«e«Hor ol a «pan-lire I uuw c iiiii leled *ud everyttniix i I i e.
Wherever American ti‘*op« ar* sent!
aider I xii I h irm-Tly. impilre nt 8911
Seventh Day Adventist Church.
tlii* same welcome await* th* soldier.
63rd Ava., lami'*
3'* pd | week.
a. m. Saturday Sabbath School. II a. m.
Alu* Laura 'arvey, of 00th 'n. < E.
Th* sign of the Red Triangle of the
FOR HALE—1* ( 're with good U room lull uu Saturday hut fur Ko*euurg, Ore., i Y. M. C. A. means that within the atilldsy preaching. 7:3'1 p. m. Wednesday,
'tnyor meeting. 7:4.5 p. rn Sunday preaching.
house llnlaiied thrnotil, just outside (lie where *bu ha* ««cured a poviiiou m the , walls of the building a friendly welcome
city limita in N E. part of lenta I’rice city acb’Mii of that piece.
awaits t Iu- m’.lier, tb it ever^t ..ug in
St. Paul* Episcopal Church.
$760. Mortgage for $500 nt H tier cent
the building is al hie dispoaal ami there
On* block wuth ol WooUmt’re »tatlon
for 2Jyear*. $230 wive* this good limin’
H ly Coin in union the fl mt Sunday of each
ha* L hm ’ u Con lined in a aauilarium lor | are no don’t* and no dues.
Impuri- nt t111- Ileruld I lllli-e.
n. -'ith at 8:u0a. u>. No other tervlre, that
W A N rED. FE It N11'I ’ R E-H igl;«-»l
¡day. Kvt ry other Sunday the regular service*
Caeli I’rice pnid for Second Hand Fur to bu home again, returning on Tuesday. men who strive to please him, to look will b« ax . ua. Evening prayer ami ».-raion
niture In largo or amali qnantitlM. Call
We will eateelu ll a favor if auy of our after hi* comfort, to advise and cheer al I: 4) p, m. Hi nday School inieta ar 3:00
and •<<<> Mr. Divi«, nt the lent* Wait aubuciibur* ruaidmg wiiiiiu Multnomah him. It is a place where liu may go p. u- B Boatwru hl Supt., L. Maffet, Sec.
Âev, O, W. Taylor, Rector.
ing Room Confectionery Store.
County will iut ua know ii they laii to when he is homesick or weary and find
LOST—Hunday. between Geltier,* receive their paper by Saturday ol each genuine comrades, where be may take
Lent* Evangelical Church.
Drug Store and Evangelical Church, n week.
hi* money for deposit, where he will
Sermon by the pastor. 11 a. m and 7:15p. m.
child’* crochet bag. .Mint. Dll. lina».
Laige delegation« ol Lenta and Arleta meet dean fellow* with clean thoughts. Sunday School v:4ft a. rn , Albert Fankbanser.
Whatever the Army and Navy Y. M. Superintendent. Y. P A.. ft:45 p. m . Paul
i Rebekah,* atteuded the With Anniver
A. can do to make a man physically, Bradford, President. Prayer meeting Thurs
sary ol the degree giveu bv Acme Lodge
day 8:<O p. m. A cordial welcome to all
Don’t pet it with at the 1. U. O. F. i'eiupie, Firet and morally and mentally tit for service to T.
R. lluruachucb. Pastor,
hi* country, it is striving to do. Educa
superficial teme Alder bi*, on Saturday evening.
tional classes are institute«! tor those
dle*. Get at the
J. E. William* and family, of Lent«,
Fifth Church Of Christ.
aeat ol the trouble leit llie last ol the week lor Tacoma, who desire to improve their leisure
Filth Church of ChrUt. Scientist of Port
hour*. There is religious inspiration land, Ore.. 4XH 62nd «treat.
down in your bronchial tuie*.
where they exjiect to make their future
Service* Sunday 11 a m. Sunday School 9:30
Take 8AN-TOP*Bronchl»l Remedy Home. Mr. William* lurmerlyoperated lor those who seek it. There is healthy
11 a. in. Wi-dneaday evening teotiruonial
Exceptionally efficacloua for stub the wailing room coulecllonory all-ent*. recreation for those who wish it. Ti e and
Meet inf S:«0.
born and lingering cough* ami nil
A slop ol 30 minute* at Salem allow listed men. It isopen to them all no
irritation* of throat, lung* ami
Laurel wood M. E Church.
over MOO member* ol the Third Oregon matter what their creed.
It is the 9:4-' a. m. Sunday Bchoot. 11 'M a. ni. preach
bureau of information in every camp ing. 12:*0 p. m. dai» meeting. 3:’O p m.
Price 50 cent*.
opening day, Munday, and wa* much | itu’l cantonment, tiie center f om which Junior league. 8KW p m. Epworth League.
apprucialed i>y the boy* in kakhl who | radiates all the physical ands«x-ial activ- 7 30 p. in. preaching. 8:00 p. m. Thursday
C. R. Carlos,
will undoubtedly soou be in France. | iti«*e. It is the nearest thing to home evening, prayer service. Dr.
F. R. Peterson & Sons, Props.
The many friend* of Sira. Gelbing that the enlisted men will find iu the
T a I m » p
German Reformed Church.
aud daughter, Ml»* Florence, will be army.
Corner WooiHtock Are., and S7th St. Rev.
pk-aaed to learn that they have return
W G. Llenkaemper, pastor. Sunday School
ed to Jamis to rut-ide after spending the
10». in. Morning Worship. 11 a. in. Y. F. 8
• t 7:80 p. in. German School and Catechetical
Summer in the city. Their present
Cl* aturday at 9:00a. m.
location i* on 63rd Ave. near hath St.
I. T. Foster, ofOZud St., who ha*been
Free Methodist Church.
The Ladies’ Aid met last week with
I mr sometime employed al the People’*
Sunday School, 2:*0 p. m. Preaching 3 p. m.
I Market in tire city, ha* accepted a like Mrs. Thomson. They are to meet ■ ll each week. Prayer meeting, Wednesday at
: position witli Eggimau Bro*, in their Friday of next week with Mr*. E. W. 7 8u p. m. Ail are cordially invited to attend
Clark. This will be the annual meeting these service*. Kev. A. Beers, Pastor.
CHRONIC SVFFEHER8 oan b® limply meat market iu Lenta, commencing hi*
and will include tiie election of officers
ami ¡»ernmntmtly cured bv PHYSICAL duties tiie first of the week.
Kern Park Christian Church.
to serve during the coming year.
Corner with St., and 46th Ave., 8. E. 10 a.m.
Mr*. J. T. Berry, of 94tb St. S. E.,
The Harmony Improvement Club met Bible School. 11 a. m. and 7:80 p. m. preaching
accompanied by her daughter, Mi»*
6:80 p. m. Christian Endeavor. 7:80
Edith, of the “Herald” force, left on on Wednesday of this week at the home service.
p. m. Thursday, mid-week prayer meeting. A
Saturday laat for a throe week*' visit
cordial welcome to all. Rev. G. K. Berry,
Mr. Olson who has *|>ent the Summer Pastor. 1330 E. Salmon.
deal direct with the CAUSE of diaease with relative* and friend* in Belling
and not it* SYMPTOMS and aasist na ham, Everett, Seattle and other point* in Eastern Oregon where be has been
Lents Baptist Church.
engaged in drilling wells, is home, hav
ture to do the work »he alone i* able to in Washington.
Lord's Day, Bible School. 9:46 ». m. Morning
ing returned during the past week.
Mr. and Mr*. Ray Schimerhorn, of
worship, 11 a. m. Elmo Heights Bunday
perform SEND FOR FREE BOOKLET
The I’arent-Teacher Association are School, 2:30 p. m. B. Y. ?. U., 8:80 p m.
or call and commit me FREE.
Evening worship 7:30 p. m. A cordial wel
I Woodworth, enjoyed a trip up the planning to give a social and entertain come
to these services. J. M. Nelson, Pastor.
Columbia Highway on Thursday of l«»t
i week. The fish hatcheries and other
Lents Friends Church.
The Battin school in its new location
print* of interest were visited. A de
9:45 a. m. Bible School, Clifford Barker,
hw a unique distinction, together w ith Superintendent. 11:00 a. m. Preaching ser
THE ALLSKY BLDG.
lightful day was «pent.
the play grounds, lieing in plain view of vice. 6:25 p. m. Christian Endeavor. 7-.*i
Murry Hunt, of Woodstock Ave.,
Phone Main 3142
nearly every resident of the district, and p. m. Preaching service. -> 00 p. m. Thursday,
near the Junction, ha* been confined in
week prayer meeting. A cordial welcome
the children can be seen by parents and mid
to all the service*. Miss Lurana Terrell. Pastor
one of the city hospital* during the past
teachers continuously between their
week, having found it neceaaaay to un
homes and the school. The school build
dergo mi operation for appendiciti*. He
Arleta Baptist Church.
ing wa* moved to the rear of the grounds,
9:45 a. m. Bible School. 11 a. tn. Preaching
is improving rapidly and is expected to
leaving spacious grounds in front, A service. 8:00 p. m. Evening service*. 7:00
be alile to «mie home today.
more pleasant situation would lie hard to p. m. B. V. P. Ü. meeting. 8:00 Thursday
Rea! Estate and Rentals R. C. Walter who lias recently gone conceive of.
Prayer meeting. Everybody welcome to any
and all of these services. W. T.8. Spriggs,
into the real estate busine** in the Mt.
Scott district, is locateli at 5843 Foster
Road, near Myrtle Park. He already
Anabcl Presbyterian Church.
.. SOME SNAPS ..
Im* listed several desirable piece* of
Mr*. Wallace and Mi»* Hedin have Corner of Sftth Street and 37th Ave. S E.
FOR SALE—Lot 5-1x118, side property a* will l>e noted by an investi resigned their positions as tearhen in i I Sabbath Services. Preaching, 11 a. m. and 7:3«
gation of our advertising column*.
the Belroee school, tiie former giving as p. m. Sunday School, u;45 a. m Christian
walks, sewer and improvements Loi«, tiie little daughter of Mr. and tier reason that her father’s continued Endeavor: Senior,8:30 p. m.; Junior, 4 p. tu.
Thursday, Prayer Meeting, 7:45. Tuesday.
paid. Price $350, $150 cash, bal Mrs. M. M. Ayes, of Woodstock Ave. feebleness makes it imperative that she Orchestra Practice, 7:30 p.
T he Pattons
remain at home and care for him. She always ready to call on the sick and confer
ance on time. Worth double the mid 66th St., wns hurried from tiie Ken
worthy parlor* on Monday afternoon, will continue to teach until a teacher with those who ileair” apiritusi help. John E.
Nelson, Pastor. Residence, 5525 S7th Ave. S. E-
Rev. F. M. Jn’per, pastor of Lent* Ims iieen secured to take her place. Miss Phone, Tabor ls5t>.
Methodist Church, otliciating. Rem.ins
that sne eotisidbrs to l>e an advantage
FOR SALE—5 room house and were cremated at Mt. Scott cemetery.
over the one she now holds and is leav
lot at Archer Place, $1000. $150
baby Loraine, of Unalask, Wash., were ing this week.
cash, balance on time.
Residents along the Gilbert road are
recent guest* of Mr*. 8. D. Campbell, of
97th St. Mr*. Campbell also entertain complaining of petty garden thieving
ed Mrs. Ketcham, formerly of Portland, that has reached such proportions as to
but at present of California, on Sunday be exceedingly annoying. After work
List your property with me
last. The Ketchams have many friend* ing all Summer to raise a garden no one
in Portland, Mr, Ketcham formerly is expected to take kindly to the idea of
6843 Foster Rd I working for the Portland Cable Company. another reaping the harvest. An effort
W. W. Wakefield, first assistant to is being made to catch the thieves, but
Chester, the barber was run over by nn so far unsuccessfully. The assistance of
Eye Comfort for
auto last Friday night. The autoist cut tiie deputy sheriff lias tieen solicited.
Always Safety First
When you KNOW that you are SAFE, you feel
free to act.
When you KNOW that your money is SAFE,
you f< o’ "
’ntract, buy and invest.
1'in!. Gffera you the maximum of S3 :ty. A
single glance at our resources is ample proof of our
Money deposited with us is not only safe, but is
available at all times for your business operations.
Play the game—but play SAFE.
Multnomah State Bank
to meet you personally, but if unable
to call, our telephone
& Tabor 1141
We always have a full line of
is at your service.
RING US UP
Lents Mercantile Co., 5805 92nd St
% WHY? *
do so MANY people stop at
B. W. SINES
They’re buying ROLLED OATS at $1.75 a sack
Also all kinds of Feed, Hay, Grain, Chick Feed, Wood, Coal, Etc.
9326 Foster Road
DR. R. A. PHILLIPS
A SCREW LOOSE
May cause a wreck. Get the tin’*
mid other ioo*e part* of your wagon
and other vehicle* tightened while
the weather i* dry.
We Guarantee Every Job.
MATT GREENSLADE, Blacksmith
Foster Road and Olid St.
Prepare for Winter, get your
B. F. MILLER
The Lents Plumber
Tabor 6612__________ 5966 92nd 8t,
See Club Offer On Page 4
the corner instead of following around
the square. The chief result* are that
W. W. I* hobbling around on crutches
nursing a badly swollen knee, wnile
Chester bemoan* the tact that his shop
was short two hands on Saturday, he
himself not having returned from his
F. Fro-t, of 89th St., ha* resigned hi*
i position with Marshall-Wells Co. in th*
City, having purchased the general
I merchandise store at Rex, Ore, and will
I leave at once to assume the manage
ment of the business. Hi* family will
go about the middle of October. Their
many friend* in Lents greatly regret
their departure, at the same time wish
ing them success in their new line of
endeavor. Considerable acreage prop
erty is included in the transaction.
Included in the ten Army Y. M. C. A.
outfit* sent to Ru*«ia for work among
th* soldier* there, were 2,000 pound* of
soap, ten motion picture machine*,
1,000 pound* of chocolat* and athletic
good*. Already trained secretaries are
being sent to that country and auocia-
tion activities are to be conducted upon
* large scale.
What can be doue to provent the
ravages of tuberculosis among troops
scut from the West to help win tiie
war?” Desire to furnish the answer to
this question will bring together the
leading authorities on tuberculosis
and antituberculosis campaigns into
conference in Portland October 15 and
16th. Delegations from Oregon, Wash
ington, lldaiio, Montana, Wyoming and
Utah will be in attendance. This will
be the first conference of the kind ever
held in thu Northwest. A mass meet
ing will.be held on Monday evening, the
16th, with addressee by the beet inform
ed men in the country, and Illustrative
motion pictures and music.
While notin any sense showy, the
convention, it is said, will be one of the
most important ever held in the Pacific
Clean as a new pin
JACK’S LUNCH ROOM
9213 Foster Riad, 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
PERSONALITY IN SUIT:»
WE TAKE PRIDE
Made to fit any figure
Lady or Gentleman
fn the Sanitary Arrangement
of Our ShoD
FABRIC and WORKMANSHIP SUARNTEED
The best is none too good for you
Old Suits Cleaned, Pressed
Quick Service, Sanitary Conditions
Satisfactory Work, Moderate Prices
Special Attention to Children’s
F. F. EHRLICH
Reading and Distance
LADIES AND GENTS’ TAILOR
KRYPTOK Glasses are a wonderful
convenience to middle-aged men and
women who wear glasses.
You can see both near and far objects
through KRYPTOKS with equal dis
tinctness. Yet KRYPTOKS cannot ba
distinguished from single vision glasses.
9134 FOSTER ROAD
Piano and Furniture Moving.
Long Distance Hauling.
Specially equipped to handle picnic
parties. Reasonable rates.
THE INVISIBLE BIFOCALS
and the nuisance of removing your read
ing glasses every time you look across
the room or at a distance. They relieve
the tiring strain upon your eves caused
by frequently looking through your
reading glasses, at objects three or four
KRYPTOK8 are solid lenses without
seam, line, or blur. They are the only
bifocals with smooth, even surfaces—
no age-revealing, vision-blurring lines,
seams or shoulders.
The Optical Shop
Our boys will soon be at the
DR. GEO. B. PRATT,
front, and we will know what
the French and English have
St. bet wean 6th and Broadway
ER NEST E. HATTER
6334 84th Str«*et 8. E.
Portland Stand: Bdwy. 962, A 1962
The Lents Station Barber
is now located at the
CHESTER’S BARBER SHOP
Still Moving ..
ROSE CITY VAN
The One-Way-Charge Company
See U* For .
WOOD AND COAL
Tab. 1424 D61
8222 Foster R.
When in Lents
CUT RATE BARBER SHOP
9137 Foster Road Opp. P. O.
Shave 10c Hail Cut 20c
The Finest in the World and at Lee*
than you can get it for elsewhere
Also Sanitary Clothe* Bleach and full
instructions bow to use it. No
more Blue Mondays
Get Your Meals At The
A KNAPP, Prop.
FLOYD MURPHY, Prpo.