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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 18, 1917)
If “Daddy Hoover’’ can bring tw a sale of home made candy and pop
the retail price of bread he corn balls in connection with the enter
Published Beery Thursday al Lenta, Oregou by
will do some tall pulling. Ap tainment. All are invited to attend.
Tua M t S cott F tblimim COMraKv
parently there is a waste some Millard Ave. Presbyterian Church.
J SANUKR POX. Managing Fdltor.
Medium and Heavy Weight for
MINNIBUOODKNOUGH H YDX. N»w. tdtlor where.
Men have been known The Christian Endeavor will be led
J ALLBN DUMB AB. Circulation Manager.
on Sunday evening next by Miss Aitnee
to spend two days under an auto
Enteret aa .«•coi..lcla»» mail matter Febru
Hollingworth. The topic ix "I'olrie*
ary It. 1*1«. at the po.t office al Lenta. Oregon, mobile trying to locate a
“lost and Religion,” and a very interesting
under act ot Congreaa. Marvh 1. 1ST»
motion.” and between wheat at and lively program has been arranged.
Underwear that we contract» I for last January, which enables us to quote aome attractive prices
• |1 a year. In advance
$2 a bushel and a barrel! of flour J. Sanger Fox, of the Lenta Friends
Womsn’s Vests from 10c to $1.75
Misses and Children’s separate Vests, Drawers and Union Suits
I Hoses Tanca 7*M, I’ »1.
that retails when baked into Church, will lie present as one of the
Men's heavy Vests and Drawers at 65c, 75c, 98c, $1.25, $1.49 Men’s heavy Union Suits $1.25, $8.40
bread at $30 there is some con
Pave Foster Road
will favor us with «pecial music. We
Boys* Vests and Drawers and Union Suits at right prices.
Next issue will be devoted en siderable “lost motion,” for the hope for a big attendance Come and
tirely to the paving of Foster
We sell the Bennington Cooper Spring Needle Knit Underwear. Compare our prices with any in the city
The Y. T. 8. C. 1B. held one of tlie
Road. All news that can possi
In recognition of the splendid most enthusiastic business meetings
bly be held up for a week will be
held for some time at the home of Mrs.
so handled in order to make room work of the Army and Navy Wiu. Lope, t'dth Ave., last Friday even
for the special matter. We have Y. M. C. A. a general order has ing. The new committees seemed to lie
5827-29 92nd STREET
Near Foster Rd.
undertaken to send it, at our been issued by the Navy depart alive to new business and all had livelv
expense, into the homes of ment authorizing commandants and original plans to submit to their
the Circuit court of the Flute of Oregon,
practically every influential citi at navy yards to issue permits president. We have many new prospec for In Muhimuuih
tive members ami our society is growing
Kilward W. *ifali, I'liuntiff. v». Thoms*
zen in Mt. Scott. If you do not
in every way
Manv big things are («rant, Defen«iant
To Thomas Grant, the above named defend
get a copy, please excuse us and Y. M. C. A. buildings as the* ho, ed for in the future. The social ant:
committee submitted a new plan which In the name of the Stale of Oregon: You are
call at the office, there will be
. hereby required to appear and answer the com
plaint tiled againut voii in the above entitled
one for you there free. It will able adjunct and asset to the we think will work out very nicely. I suit
w ilhln six wvess from th date of tbr Hrsl
pul»lli at.on of tliK Mitnin > ub . and if
be twice the usual size, and we service.
ments from the business meetings and to appear and answer said cause and complaint
To inHjtect our work and com
have been generously helped in
have a get-together social once a month, the plaiutiff will a»k for a decree agalnut you
this undertaking by the business
The attempt to break up the with the object in view of asking out wit: For a decree setting «sideand cancelling
pare down town prices with our«.
deed made and executed and delivered by
people who have taken space in Portland branch of the Seattle side young people and striving to gel the
plaintiff and w ife to d«-lendant to lot three
TJ lkdhr«M»k* addition to Ht John*.
our advertising columns. When fish trust is doing very well, but new memliers. It was decided t> put ( block
»region: for a decree cancelling the note» given
p'.alnttff and wife t*» defendant, and the
Special care taken with babies
the issue reaches you, read it it would do better if the fish this plan on trial for three months and by
mortgage » cured thereby, sal«) mortgage br
if it proves successful to continue ing
recorded In I hmi K Wai i*age W*. mortgage
from first page to last and re were bought from some other throughout the year.
and children’« pictures.
record» ot Wnaco County, Oregon: to cancel
deed made and executed by defendant to
member that its publication source than the Seattle fish trust Meedames Geo. Merry. Fletcher, the
pls'iitiff to a ranch in WatOO Count) said
deed being recorded In volume 99 at pag-
would not have been possible itself, don’t you think. Why j Grandma Jones, Mrs. A. J. Holling deed
record» of Waaco County, Oregon. For
against you fur the sum of >-'•$« A>
The latest styles at lowest price«
without the cordial co-operation couldn’t Portland hire fishermen worth and daughter, Esther, Mr. and Judgment
money advance«! and paid out by plaintiff and
a jii'liiiiciit in the sum of gate) w. damage»
of those who have used its by the year the same as it does Mrs. Ed. Williamsand daughter, Ina, for
consistent with good work.
by plaintiff. tor hl* cost» and «ti»
represented the Millard Ave. Church at ■«ustained
bur»cn>rntM incurred herein, and for much
columns. J. S. F.
its street sweepers and firemen? the Sunday School Convention held at I other
and further relief a» l*> the Court shall
Mt. Scott Herald
Underwear for Fall and Winter Wear
Women, Misses and Children, Men and Boys
The Stevens’ Cash Dept. Store
Yoi± are hrvited^
Just atol equitable. This summon* I»
the 14iurelwo<><i Congregational Church , . seem
served upon you by publication thereof, pur
order of the lion JI’ Kavanaugh,
Sunday afternoon. They were very judge ot an
Help Hoover Win The War.
the above named Court, made on the
much pleased with the address given by ; 10th day of O c I o I ht , 1917, directing said sum
If there was ever a time to
'■ mot)» to l»e published once a week for six con- I
Prof. Ball, of Franklin High.
j sec ulive weeks in the Mount Hcott Herald, and
prove our Americanism Now is
requiring you to appear and answer the com
plaiut within six w • • k» from th«- «late of thrrtrsl i
the time. Our soldiers are on
choir practice strange noises were beard publication hereof of tbh »uiunioua;
The subject of the sermon next Sun in the basement, ending by a inarch l>e-
\\ K. Koyal, Attorney for Plaintiff. <£M ,
the battle line to help our allies
Building. F«»rtlau«k Oregon
day morning will tie, “The Propelling ing played on the organ. An investiga Henry
► Irst Publication < k'tob«-r, Illn. 1917
to make the world safe for Power of Faith.” The evening topic
La st publication November. -2nd, 1917.
tion revealed a most delightful surprise
will be, “Burning Heretics.” Then-; arranged for the choir. A table set
Not all of us can serve in the will be special music at both services. ■ with an abundance of cake and fruit
trenches or risk our lives going The Sunday School Board will meet in ■ and coffee, which was greatly enjoyed. In the Circuit Court of tbe State of Or gon,
the basement of the church on- Friday A vote of thanks is extended to Mrs
Hasel Lent, Plaintiff, vs Frank km, L>c
over the top across no man's evening
at 7:00 o’clock. Dinner will be
land, but all of us can take part served on this occasion and the business A. J. Hollingworth, Mrs. Christenson, T<> Frank lx-nt, the ab«>ve named def«*ndatit: !
Mrs Marsh, Mrs. Jordan and the two I In the name of the State of Oregon: You I
are hrr«*by re«iulred to api»«*ar and answer the (
in “Hoover’s Drive” to save discussed during the meal. It is hoped attractive
young ladies who served so I complaint filed against you in the above en
wheat and meat, butter and sugar to organize a teacher’s training class at royally, Misses Esther Hollingworth and title«! suit, on or before the »th day ot Novvm j
tier. 1V17, «al<! date being more than six Weeks j
I fr«»m tn- /7th day of September, 1917,1b« data
for the men who are fighting our this time to meet weekly. It is planned | Lucile Marsh.
i of the order for publication of this summon««
to make these 7XX) o’clock dinners
battle in Europe. We are not monthly features of the Sunday school A. J. Hollingworth, Superintendent I an«l more than six weeks !r«>m the X7 h day of
1917, the «late of the first publics
of the Millard Ave. Sunday school, con ! i September.
tion of 'nt i sum m om and if y«m fail loans
asked to stint ourselves or go board.
ducted a service at the Men’s Resort, or other* Ise appear herein, tn«* plaintiff will
to the Court for the relief prayed for in
without food, but simply to eat The chttrch was tilled on Friday even Ith and Burnside Sts., last Sunday I I apply
olainliff.s complaint herein, to wit: For al
and Decree of Divorce «lisaolvlng
wisely and without waste, and to ing last by the members and friends who afternoon. This is the first of a series I the bonds of
matrimony heretofore and now
th«- plaintiff and Isfondant.
use substitutes for bacon and
of services to be held at the resort by j and for the care, g custody
and control of the
'minor children. t«»wlt. Ulan«! Lent an!
ham, wheat foods and other con
other and further
as may seem Just a nd equitable in the
centrated foods that can readily F. M. Jasper. The church had been Churches. Prof. Hollingworth conduct relief
prettily decorated for the occasion and ed the music. The mixed quartette premises.
This summons is served upon you by publics
bs shipped across the water. the evening was very pleasantly spent. rendered two special selections.
tion thereof, pursuant loan order of the Hon
arable J P. Kavanaugh, Judge of the above
One wheatless meal a day, one A brief program was rendered under the
entitled Court, which order is dated S«-pl /7lh 1
WI7 First Publication Aept 97. 1917
I asi '
meatless day a week will keep direction of Mrs. Hurd. Addressee of
Publication November S, 1917.
Anabel Presbyterian Church.
John Van Zante, Attorney for Plaintiff. 314
the non combatants in Europe welcome were given by Mrs. J. C. Last Sunday morning in the opening Spalding
Hhlg., Portland. Oregon.
from having eatless days most of McGrew, for the Ladies’ Aid; Miss service of the Analx-1 Presbyterian Sun
Wilhelmina Harvey, for the Epworth
the time. Remember that the League; Mrs. Minnie G. Hyde, for the day School by the use of large maps the
person who wastes food during Sunday School, and Mr. J. L. Johnson, young men of the school who have
war time is giving aid and com for Bennett Chapel, Gilbert, a large dele joined the army were located in nearly
parts of the world. When Superin
fort to the enemy. This war gation from this church attending and all
Tripp a“ked “How many of
will not be won on the battleline participating in the reception.
Among the musical features of the you would like to help win the war,’’
alone, but on the bread lines as program were a violin solo by Miss Ruth all hands went up. He then explained
well, and every one of us can be Turner, accompanied by her sister, Mies how the school could lielp the govern
soldiers in the fight for conserv Mildred ; vocal soloe by Miss Zella Lan ment by purchasing a Liberty Bond.
don, accompanied by Mrs. Burgett, and Before the class--« went to their respec
ing our food supplies.
tive places the teachers wen- instructed
Pledge Card Week takes place a piano solo by Miss Grace Jasper.
Mr. Jasper responded to the addresses. to respond to the call of their names
between October 21st and 28th. Refreshments were served. The church with the amount subscribed by their
)>aK moved to
Every loyal housewife should be enters upon the new year under classes for the purchase of the Liberty
904-5-6 Broadway Bldg.
willing and glad to promise co very auspicious circumstances, mnch
The amount was
operation with the Food Admin pleasure being expressed over the return the
Phooe Main 3112
over-subscribed about twenty per cent.
istration Department. We can
¥2000 worth of the
The C. E. social which th»- young
lateat electri al equipment includ-
render efficient service by using The Ladies’ Aid held a very success people of the Anabel society had planned
ful and pleasant time at their silver tea,
a static, a high frequency
home grown supplies, which will hell Wednesday afternoon at the home for Friday evening, October lit. has i inn
Diathermia and ari Alpine Ray
machine with which he ir able to
save transportation, by practic of Mrs. J. C. McGrew. The attendance been [sistjioneM until Friday evening,
ing the gospel of the clean plate, was large. A short, but interesting
bright*direaRe, hardening arter
will be given in the Sunday School I
ies, all nerve abnormalities, re
by cooking no more than neces
rooms ot the church.
lieve Rkin trouble and stimulate
sary, by using corn or rye bread by Mrs. Lettie Cone and instrumental
solo by Mrs. Burgett. Little Dorothy
for at least one meal each day, Hees and Clyde Sager. Jr. delighted the
Probably «he rno»t complete
Kern Park Christian Church.
electrically equipped pbyaiciau in
by substituting chicken, rabbit i company bv singing “While we areCan-
On Tuesday evening of this week the
or fish in place of beef and pork, ning the Kaiser*” Little Miss Dorothy members and frien<l-^r>f the Kern Park
SEND FOR FREE BOOKLET
by boiling and baking and frying also gave a recitation, as did little May Christian Church gathered at the church
Howe. Dainty refreshments were sarved.
for the pur[sste of extending farewell
greetings to their departing pastor and
The united co-ordinated effort
of the Nation will win the War. Laurelttood Conqreqationdl Church. family, Rev. and Mrs. G. K. Berry, who
are leaving this week for their new-
Do your part and get others to The pastor, Mrs. Han°aker, will take home at Corono, Calif. The purpose of
for the topic of her sermon Sunday the gathering was also a reception to the Tabor Z5»l
morning, “Some Church Habits.”
new pastor, Rev. M>x>n, formerly of
On Sunday evening next the first
Dr. Wm. Rees
Some months ago a skilled Vesper service will be held, continuing Pomeroy, Wash. Invitations had been
exten<le<l to other Christian ch«ir<’i<— of
Office and Re.Menee, -’5R E 5oth HI.
manufacturer with over $50,000 throughout the Winter months. This the city, six pastors responding. Ad
capital wanted a site of four service will be held from 5:00 to 6:00 dresses were made by Rev. Conner, of
the First Church, whose remark“ were
acres. One was shown him
seven miles from the river for speakers from the city, which will af largely in appreciation of Rev. B'-rry, Bdw. ZnA'i
ford a splendid opportunity for residents
$20,000. That was the best he of this vicinity to hear these speakers of with whom he had been closely and in
associated for many years;
John Guy Wilson
could do. So he went to Tacoma.1 note. The speaker at this first service timately
Rev. Stines, of Gladstone and Rev.
There they gave him a water will be Captain W. H. Hardy, who is Ryder, of Centralia, Wash., spoke brief
3«) Plttock Block
front site for less than half that
ly. A quartette from the Montavilla
Evening, by Appointment ¡
Church contributed a duet, “A Perfect
sum, and agreed that if he used
spent many years in Japan .and will Day,” which was greatly enjoyed.
it for 10 years as outlined they speak about this interesting country.
Various musical numbers were given by
would forego any interest what There will be special music. On the members of the Kern Park Church. Tea
Prof. T. E. Lawson
ever. He is using it, and Port last Sunday of each month the Vesper and wafers were served at the conclusion
Lesaons at Your Home at 60c
land is out the business resulting service will be in charge of Reed College, of the program.
He Will Call
Much regret is felt because of the de
from 300 employees simply be
! learning speaking on up to date topics. parture of Rev. Berry and family, whose Tabor Mb
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cause our capitalists and First
On Friday evening of this week an only reason for leaving is the necessity
Families are always 25 years be entertainment will be held at the church of a change of climate for Mrs. Berry
Re«. Marshall 135» I
under the auspices of the Ladies' Aid. ami their daughter. They are retaining Office Mar.hall 9»
The entire program will be furnished their home here however and give the
If you haven’t enough money by students of Franklin High School. assurance that if possible for them to re
Dr. F. M. Brooks
The Glee Club will furnish several turn they will be pleased to do so. Rev.
Mi Oregoni.n Building
to buy a whole bond bring what numbers. Miss Mildre 1 Boone will be and Mrs. Moon are given a cordial re
you have to the banker maybe I the reader of the evening. There will ception and will receive the hearty co
Specialist In Surgery
operation of the church.
he can help you.
DR. R. A. PHILLIPS
THE ARLETA STUDIO
6131 Foster Road
A Stitch in a Tire
TAON’T decide too soon that a tire or tube
is wornout. Some time« there’s more
mileage left than you might expect. Let ub
look it over.
We will tell you frankly
whether it will pay to make repairs. If
repair« will help we’ll handle them quickly,
efficiently and at very moderate cost to you.
Try u«. It will pay you.|
AXEL KILDAHL, Proprietor
8919 Foster Road
Tabor 3429 D 61
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Will soon be received.
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Have you ever tried our Special Blend Coffee?
It has the real Mix:ha Java Aroma.
Prices.... . 2 for 55c
Go to your butcher for spare rib«, but come to
us for some “Silver Thread” Sauer Kraut.
Try it. It is very good.
Per quart . .
An abundance of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables always in «tock
We appreciate your patronage, qo
matter how small the purchase may be
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