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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 7, 1918)
(ttontinned From Putte 1)
Th« btirden of R«v Irvine’s talks la '
that tin- church him drifted away from holding ^rt/aiwlf and hie comrades to
lie appeal« to the 1 hmmrab e conduct with pare girls, even
(.ester Hiultli, nldaet s>>a of Rev. E. A. Oral principles
get back to the New I those who are most >uw*ptible to the
Smith of th« Baptist church is ill with
tli« oi«aales. Wuuder if they're th« Testament stahdards, and not to think Jur': of the iiiiiform, but also holding
that the power of a church depends upon himself and his oomrades toeelf-control
GRAVEL and RAND. It. Heyting. mail« in Germany kind?
Phon« Tslxir 2003.
Emery Webb ami Harry Burnham « prophet. ft in to tin- body of lie even when she-wolves beset them.
lievera that the promise of the lloly
KING ARTHUR'S VOW.
FOR HALE—TKUHT-O Washing com arc th« latest to recruit from lents, Spirit wan given, and where tie-re is a
We suggest the formation in every
pound delivered. Tabor 22it'i or write >«>tb in tin* Aviation Corps, tlie former
7930, Mill Av«.
to th« Navy and th« latter to the I Iswjy of Isdiev.-rs who are ready bi i camp and unsocial ion to tie known as
meet th« condition* they may have the I ‘‘2()th Century Knight«’’, who shall
LOST—Ou« white imitation ermine chauffeur department.
power to do great exploits for the take the oath that Tennyson puts into
neck fur on Wednesday night on Main
Th« Royal Neighbor* Club of Lctii* Kingdom of God. The Church han been tne mouth of hie Knights of the Round
Kt., south <>t Lents School. Tabor 1918 met at Mrs. O. H. Miller's home, 4710; too much wrapped up with methods,
FOR HALE OR TRADE—A thorough- 73rd Nt., on Tuesday and di<) Ifod Oros- new tangled evangelistic programs
I > rid« abroad redressing human
bred Buttercup Roiwler. Apply 8924, work for the Woodmere I'nil. They which have been well intention« I, hilt
had a jolly good time ami were royally liave come to naught. Back to Pente To speak no slander, no, nor listen to it,
57th Ave. 8 E.
cost. in Ins ap|M-al.
i To hold ins own word as if his God's,
Sunday will clone the series of meet- To lead sweet lives in purest chastity,
The W. C. T. U. will meet Tuesday of
next week at th« home of Mrs. Jann«t ings that have been in progress. Rev. To love one maiden only, cleave to her,
Gesell, 011989th St. 8. E. This will be Ja*j**r will preach in tie- morning, and And worahip her by years of golden
a business me«'Ing at which the press in the evening Rev. Irvin« will conduct
FOR KENT—Garage al Woodmere. and literary work of th« union will bs the closing service which we believe will
* I.<M), phone, Talxir 4x34,
lx* a season of bleraing. Rev. Ja*|*-r
Perhaps some of the newly mule
to St. Johns Nunday evening to officers of the medical reserve
Lnnta* patron saint — the stork—
Wixxl ashes to put around your trees-
FREE. A gixxi load Ml. Scott Bakery. doesn't seem a hit scar«<i of the under
might tie called to Washington to stop
takers for he left a tin- big 10 lb. Ixiy at meetings which will be conducted there. the epidemic of investigation that has
WANTED—Lady to do light house
There will lie no meeting on Saturday broken out there.
the home of George Snipes 9210 58th
work call Teeny Store, Kern l’ark Hta.
Avenue. ''Georg«" is A D’a chief aid« evening.
Tabor'760.____________________ 10 tf.
Show me the man with soul so dead
Good setting hen ami «
W. H. Kiekeeappcalled at the Herald
Who never to himself hath said,
setting ot thoroughbred While Wyan office this week to renew bis subscrip
This is my own, my advertising space,
dotte eggs. Would consider well 111 «led tion. His son Wm. Kiekeuapp ia with
church, between Footer Road and
pair of Wvamloltes. Talwr <MK$7, »228,
the Harbor Patrol Force located at Woodstock Ave. on 88th St. Sunday
92nd St. B. F.
Santiago, Cal. He sees no indication as School at 9:45, Mre. A. M Randolph,
yet ot his txiing transferred to France. Supt. Morning Service at 11 a. m.
Mira Madge Tamplin of 5322 H2ml St , Theme, "The Pauline Attitude Toward
who has been confined to the house for the Second Coming.'' Young People's
| some weeks is rc|x>rt«<l as tx-ing some Prayer meeting at »1:30. Evening Ser
Her friends hope that vice Evangelistic. The theme will be,
with the bright sunshiny weather she “A Goodman and Ilia Two Bad Boys.”
may fully and speedily regain her healtn Prayer meeting uu Tbursdaj evening.
Church rally and banquet. Thia is a
Two eiibscriliere have recently called laymen's meeting. Th« slogan is, “Over
Dr. Wm. Rees
at this office ami paid up sutiecriptions the Top.”
Ofltoe and Hraldsnee. 'M K totb Ml.
since 191.5. Under such circum
stances The Herald has no alternative
but to continue the sulxx-ription with
Kant 6* j W7
last Sunday was about
out working a hardship upon those who
and the speaker,
appreciate the paper.
Rev. Burg«» did not disappoint his
John Guy Wilson
Mrs. Elisabeth Brown and GoMon
hearers. He is the prepared kind of
Mann are new assistants at the Herald
preac her. No report has yet been re
wï Pillock Block
commencing with this week.
ceived as to who will sf»eak next Sun
elitre Consultation Kvsnlngs by Appoltilmenl Brown wa« formerly assistant to Mr. day, but we are assured we shall not be
Darnall and will help in the front office.
disappointed, as an able man will occupy
Judge George W. Stapleton, candidate ’
is getting an intimate and close
Prof. T. E. Lawson
for the Republican nomination for Cir- .
acquaintanceship with printer’s ink
Wednesday evening the executive cuit Judge, Department No. 4. to sue- I
20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
committee of the Y. P. A. had a very ceed himself.
Piano l.ssaons at Your Home at 75c
F. R Peterson is proudly displaying interesting meeting at which important
Judge Stapleton began the practice of I
his certificate as a bonded agent of the matters, pertaining to the welfare of the
Bs Will Call
his profession a* Goldendale, Wash., in
4S1* Mlh at Government for tbs sale of war savings society, were considered. Next Tuesday
188B. In 1890 he moved to Vancouver,
stamps. .Mr. Petarson applied to the evening the regular Y. P. A. business
Wash., and practiced law until 1898, in
Rea. Mar.hall IMS government for an agency back in meeting will be held. Place announced
OUlca Mar.hall *»
which year he moved to Portland where
December before the W. K. S. drive next Sunday. Good time provided.
he has been following his profession un
Hie certificate arrived a
til 1917. when be was appointed to the
bench by Governor Withycornb. left va
Dr. F. M. Brooks
short time ago.
cant by J udge Davis, who resigned to
«44 Oregon Un building
A good many people think Marvin
enter the army. Judge stapleton has
The revival meetings which cloeed served a« mayor of Goldendale, Van-
Hsdgs is pretty mean.
Specialist la Surgery
His career a« a
that the winner of a *10 name for bis Feb. 24, resulted in several additions to cotl vw and Gresham.
new paper will not be made public till the church. The meetings were a great public officer has been clean and above
Magazine Club Bargains
END in your es»h reiTwal to our paper now end yrss
c m have your choice of any
»ny of th :-cspU-d
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s.r.ptw.n will be extended one year r.o..
Notary Fublls next week.
Lents Real Estate Co.
RAU-H MIAMI. trop
City aad Country Property
He pleads bnsinees is so
rushing that the extra work of care/nlly
going through the pile of names sub
iqltted could not be completed in lime
for this week.
The Royal Neighbors of America gare
a Martha Washington party in their
lodge room at the I. O. O. F. Hall on
Wednesday evening, Feb. 25th. All the
Chester’s Union Sanitary la*bee
wore old time costumes and a
jolly grx>.1 lime was enjoyed by all.
»JOS Foster K<«d
' ’ TsborMTS Vocal and instrumental mtiaie was ren
dered and all went to their homes re
Special attention to children’s hairculling
joicing ami looking for more good times
Mrs. Freelierg the SupL of the work
among soldiers and sailors urges that
all inemlx>rs bring material* for the Red
Cross work being done by ttie Union.
Old «ml partly worn tabln and bed linen
an<i other worn household linen or
clothing that can >>« u«ed for bamlag-s.
traycloths, bed socks, etc. All those
who are interested in this work are in*
vited to lx* present.
T is for
Testing eye» Is n delicate operation
requiring the highest skill and pains
taking care and exactness.
The minutegt detail must be looked
into and the exact condition of the
eye and its ap|s-ndages known lie-
fore glasses can be intelligs^ly
Our tests are made with the moat
improved apparatus and latest in
struments for eye
"Your ayes are safe in our care.”
The Optical Shop
DR. GEO. B. PRATT
32»Alder 8t. between »th and Bdw.
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or feel right if your bowels aren't right.
The laxative pro|M>rtiea ot Figs as im
proved in SAN-TOX Fig Canearos (tab
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The SAN-TOX Store.
Anabel Presbyterldn (hurth.
tin Friday afternoon March 1, “The
Gleaners” of the church held their
regular monthly meeting at the home
of th« pastor, Rev. John E. Nelson,
5525 37th A\e. S. E , with a large num
ber of ladies present. Mrs. George M.
Reed, Home Mission secretary of Port
land Presbytery addressed the ladies.
Special music for the occasion was
rendered by Mrs. Nelson and Mrs.
Beaumont. The meeting was in the
nature of a birthday tea. A small bag
containing in rhyme, an invitation to
place in the bag a penny for each year
of age and cor»« to the birthday tea was
sent to each “Gleaner." As a result the
society realised about *20 00, which turn
will be used to increase the missionary
gift of the society. The following office ■
were elected for the ensuing year:
President, Mrs. Jas. Marsh; vice presi
dent, Mrs. Jas. Hogg; Secretary-treasur
er, Mrs. A. W. Johnson; secretary of
literature, Mrs. W. H. Ferris, Jr.
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GOOD LITERATURE IS ESSENTIAL IN L VER Y HOME
MT. SCOTT HERALD
THE PORTLAND BUSINESS MAN
who ia succeraful surrounds himself with
every availablt modern deviae for saving
hisjtime and money. The business man
who fails to use an AUTOMATIC TEL
EPHONE simply closes his establishment
to thousands of possible customers. He
may never know the real reason for his
failure in business. THINK IT OVER.
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You may be interested to know that
M. N. SADLER
is now operating ar cigar stand in tha lobby of ths Stock Exchange
Bldg., 170 3rd St., 3 doors south of Roberta Bros. He will be glad
to meet all hte old Lenta friends there.
For United States ‘ t Suoatw
S. a HUSTON
Candidate for Republican Nomination
United States Senator
Strong Legislative Record
Tnree times elected to
the State Legislature.
Citizen of Oregon
R. N. STANFIELD
Millard Ave. Presbyterian Church.
The Millard Avenue Y. P. 8. C. E.,
will hold their monthly business meet
ing at the home of W. H. Amos, on
Friday, March 8, 1918 at 7:30 o'clock.
All members are urged to ire present as
the election of officers will take place.
Who has the experience, know,
ledge and business understanding.
Who, as a State Legislator for six
years, has already done much (or
Whose republicanism is unquest
ioned and whose ability has been
(P»ld Adv. by Stanfleld Com., Stanfield, Ore.)
Free Methodist Church.
Regular meetings are held each
Sabbath afternoon at 3:00 p. m., with
preaching bv the pastor, Rev. Mrs.
Mary Hillis. Sunday school precedes
Evangelistic services are still in pro the service, being held at 2:00. The
gress at the latita Methodist Church. public is invited to both services.
Rev. J. If. Irvine, who is conducting
the meetings, is a very earnest sfieaker,
and inspires his hearers witli a desire to have yet to learn that yon can break up
try out the promises ot God, invi to a cold rapidly by relaxing the bowels
prove his |«iwer to work through human with San-tox cold tablets. For sale by
instrumentality which ia consecrated to LENTS PHARMACY, The SAN-TOX
May 17, 1918
PERSONALITY IN SUHS
Prepare for Winter, get your
Made to fit any figure
Lady or Gentleman
FABRIC aid WORKMANSNIP BUARNTEED
Old 8uita Cleaned, Pressed
B. F. MILLER
The Lents Plumber
59M 92nd 8t.
GEN ER AL REPAIRING
Thia is to annonce that we art
prepared to take care of all
Careful study ia needed in 'shoeing
any horse. We make a specialty of
studying your horae, his disposition
and his needs, and guarantee not to
injuie the tenderest feet.
Repairing of Wells, Pumps, Gas
MATT GREENSLADE, Blacksmith
STORMS & O'CONNOR
Foster Road and 93d St.
We may bo compelled to withdraw this offer in the near
future. Magazine price* are feoinfe hiuner. Send in your
order NOWand be safe.
bleating to the church as a whole and reproach.—Paid Adv.
to many individuate in particular. Many
of the Sunday School scholars were
saved and all the department« of the
church have taken on new life and in
The Bible Training Clara, after a 3
weeks vacation, owing to the special
meetings that have been in progress, re
sumed its lessons this week with a good
attendance and an interesting lesson.
The subject this week wm “The Inter
mediates,” to be continued next week
la-ginning with the paragraph “Spiritual
The Ladies Sewing Class continued
without intermission throughout the
meetings except that when 2:30 o'clock
arrived they went as a laxly into the af
Tlie Sunday School Superintendent,
C. C. Barker, who lias been employed at
American Lake all winter lias returned
and will nwume his duties as Superin
tendent. Everybody ia rejoiced at his
Portland Quarterly Meeting will be
held in the First Friends Church this
week beginning with the meeting on
Ministry and Oversight, Friday 2:30
p in. Tiie program follows: Friday.
7:30 p. tn., “Systematic Giving;” Farmer, Stockraiser,Bu sinessman
Saturday, 10:30 and 2:30,. Devotional;
Saturday, 7 :3O p. tn.,
• » Business Session;
A man who does things.
Sunday, 2 p. in , Bible 8chotd Rally;
Who has accomplished something
Address, Rev. J. D. Sprinston; Music
Who knows how to work and get
by First Church Male Chorus, 5 p. ni ;
C.E. Rally; Doctrines of the Church; results.
Ordinances, Rev. H. L. Cox; The Holy
Who knows Oregon’s needs, re
Spirit, Rev. L. M, Terrel; Special quirements and resources.
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