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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 27, 1918)
A. D. KENWORTHY and CO
I HL POi Of DOBBIN
WANTED—Geu lenten'v laundry and
Tlie traetor on lb« trnil ol Dobbin, | mending. wc>." g h«>*‘(( g in garden«
! inexorably pursuing i»iu», and with al-1 by tlie hour N>> 1 reierebcea a* Ur
<JH9 42n . St . aoutli of
Impresión* of Hpring Tino I iqoat HMatired certainty of eliuiinating
Gray's O atinc
may be loat forever unh ►- . him from agroil <iru line ot the pneii-
rwo khtari . ihiimenth
ing promoters of the gas-driven in* bine FOR c.»LE—Se- Orgnu. Friee $25.'Xi
Phone Tabor 7733, or East 5666. 26-27
Plion« Talmr 5MI6
Phon« Tabor 52<i7
for turning over soil in some deriaioli
points out that l er«- mankind baa made
.»802 4 l»2ntl Htreet H. F..,¡
4615 6«th St., Cor. Foatcr Road
SALE— lilt tVEL and HAND. K
SLNLCA CAMERAS almost no progress in centuries. Only FOR
Hey ting. Phone Tabor 2063.
Euables amateur* to secure from th« ox to the tiorre have we ad
vanced, and the step is so -Short that it
First class Her vice (liven Day or Night. Close
is scarcely noticeable. But the tractor
Proximity to Cemeterio* Euables Us to Furnish
proposes to lift the farm operation up to
Rheumatism. Lumbago, «lonstlpltlon
the plane attained in idlier industries by Nsrve »nd Stomach Trouble., Goitre and all
Funerala at a Minimum Expanse.
Female Troubles Cured
the introduction ol machinery.
LENTS PHARMACY, The San-Tox Store No service accumpliaiied by the borae
is beyond the range of a tractor, with
Dr. ELNA SORENSEN
the advantage on the side of Uie ma
Office MM Panama Building
chine at every point. It eats nothing a
Reeldenc** 7130 Mighty fourth.!. E.
man can eat, says one prospectus; it
works under condiljous that are impos
6927 92nd SU S. E.
sible to the horse; a change of drivers i«
ail that is needed to make it a continu
Tabor 2673 ous performance m tie- field, aou plow
6919 92nd St
ing goes on night and day.
Time for seeding is shortened, more
Call labor 1417 «r Leere Ordert st
Jersey Bell Batter
ground can be prepared and in tjetier
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manner than by th«- horse-drawn plow,
and generally the whole list ot processes Office Marshall M
Free S. & H. Green Stamps with cash sales
It Pays When Done Right
of crop-raising is done in more expedi
Dr. F. M. Brooks
tious and economical fashion, and the
Try Our Screen
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES ALWAYS FRESH
64« Oregonian Building
profits of farming are correspondingly
Specialist in Surgery
lust as the automobile is driving the
GUY ROBINSON. Manager
florae from the cities, so the tractor is I
chasing him froui the farms. It may Phone: TABOR hum
be long before he vanishes, for there
Lents Real Estate'Co.
are millions of him in America, but lie
RALPH STANZ, Prop.
Just the thing! A Soldiers and Sailors New
MHH. INEZ OULLICKt»
City and Country Property
Testament 3x4 l-2xl-2 bound in waterproof and therefore is domied.—Omaha Bee,
6920 92nd Street.
Don't Lose Them
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Painting, tinting and
“Extra Choice Meats*'
HATS FOR ALL SEASONS
kakhi with Hag in colors on front, only 50c at
MT. SCOTT PUBLISHING CO.
Ì abor 4764
DR. C. S. OGSBURY
Den ist ry
RICE-KINDER LUMBER CO.
Lumber, Shingles, Lath, Sash and Doors, etc.
Hucceasor« to Miller-Mowrey Luml>er Co.
MILL AT LENTS JUNCTION
Lents Mercantile Company
5Ho6 92nd Street N. E.
l'Xlth Bt., 4 blka from Foater
EOK ALL KINDS OF
HIGH GRADE STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
OUR MOTTO:—To PLEASE AND SATISFY
First-Class Sheet Metal Work and Repairing
A. S. PEARCE, The Tinsmith
Foster Rd., Opp. P. O.
When in need of
VICTORY AND WAR BREAD
Letter Heads, Bill Heads,
Envelopes, Business Cards,
Hand Bills, Posters, Etc.,
VI12, Wondatoelt Ave
See the Herald First
The Standard ol Quality, The Leader in Price,
The“Home-base” For All Dry Goods
Eastman Films and Kodaks
STEVEN’S CASH DEPARTMENT STORE
Our Stock of Films and Kodaks
Send the boys “over there” pictures.
THE LENTS GARAGE
Axel Kildahl, Prop.
H9IV Foster Road
Halt the Hun
10a. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Y. P. S
at 7:3>) p. m. Catechetical Clava 8aturdav at
9:00 a. m.
Free .Methodist Church.
Sunday School. 2:00 p. m. Preaching 3 p. in
each week. Prayer meeting. Wednesday at
7:3up. m. All are cordially invited to attend
these service». Rev. Mary Hillis Paator.
Provide our Iwiy* with the thing* they need to make short work of him.
Gun*, clothes, aircraft, food, munition* and the ship* to get o»er with. There are the
thing* the boy* need, and they eoat money—bunks of it.
Kern Park Christian Church.
The landing of American marines In
Vladivostok to participate with Japa
The One-Way-Charge Company
nese and British forces In the resto
ration of order will demonstrate to
See Us For
all the world. Russ and non-Rus*
alike, the International character and
WOOD AND COAL
the unquestionable purpose of the ac
S222 Foster R â
tion, says St. Paul Dispatch. Ameri
can participation should carry particu
lar weight with doubting Russians
•Ince America Is credited with having
frustrated the original Japanese plan
Notice of Sheriff’s Sale
of occupying the port to protect stored
In the Circuit Court of the .State of Oregon
for Multnomah County.
war supplies from German seizure.
A London scientist pays that man
wns the ancestor of the ape, and not
the ape the ancestor of the man. It
doesn't ninke any difference which was
I the first parent, neither lias anything
1 'particularly brilliant to brag about. A
be will appreciated as much as a letter.
The coot I* no more
With the world's supply of ships
TALK OVER TOWN
about 20 per cent short of normal and
the allies* need of food Imports In
creasing. the following facts about
shipping will interest American farm at Chester’s Barber Shop
ers: A ship can make two trips from
with the electric clippers
the United States to Euro[>e and back 9206 Foster R.ad
In the time required for one round trip
to the Argentine.
And it can make Tabor ILtal
three from the United States to Eu
Dr. Wm. Rees
rope and back In the time required for
one round trip to Australia or the In
Office and Residence. 268 E 50th St.
Shortage of ships has
reached the joint where the long Jour
neys must be given up and the ships
Used on the trans-Atlantic routes. The
great task of rural America this year
Still Moving ...
will be to supply enough food to load
these ships and others being built.
A man's money is no substitute for
what he can do for his country, No
man can do more than his part, for
his part Is all that he can do. There
fore, one’s money cannot employ some
body to do for one what one neglects
Kodaks $2.00 and up
Buy Your AUTO SUPPLIES
5627-29 92nd Nt., near Foster Road
Corner M>th 8t., and 46th Ave . 8. E. Morning
aervicea: Sunday School 10 and preaching 1L
Evening services: Endeavor 7 and preaching
at 8 o’clock. Prayer meeting and teacher
training Thutsday evening atSoclock. Acor-
dial welcome to all. Rev. K A. Moon. Pastor.
National War Savings Day
Make a Pledge to Buy War Savings Stamps
Lents Friends Church.
t»:«5 a. m. Bible School, Cllltord Barker.
Superintendent. 11:00 a. m. Preaching ser
vice. 6:20 p. m. Christian Endeavor. 7:80
p. m. Preaching serrice. K 00 p. m. Thursday,
mid-week prayer meeting. A cordial welcome
to all the service». Miss Lu rana Terrell, Pastor
National War Committee
This Space contributed for
the winning of the War by
Seventh Day Adventist Church.
'lay 8:«0 p. tn.
A cordial welcome to all.
10 a. m. Saturday Sabbath School. 11 a. m. N Shupp, Paator.
Saturday preaching. 7:1» p. m. Wednesday,
Fifth Church of Christ, Scientist
Lenta M. E. Church.
Fifth Church of Christ. Scientist, of Port
Sunday School •:«& a. m
Preaching 11X» Prayer meeting. 7:4« p. m. Sunday preaching
land, Ore., 41M «2nd street.
a. m Blhla Study Claaa, &:*> p. m. Kpworth
St. Pauls Episcopal Church.
Services Sunday It * m Bunday School 9:80
League6:«0 p. m. Preaching 7:10 p. m. Prayer
One block south of Woodmere atatlon.
meeting Thur»dav evening at 7:«0. F. M. Holy Comnranlon the flrst Bunday of each • nd 11 a. m. Wednesday evening testimonial
Jaaper, Falter. Heal'leuca 67Wt.Mrd »treet.
month at «»0 a. m. No other »ervice, that
Laurel wood M. E Church.
Millard Avenue Preabyterlan Church. day Every other Sunday the regular service»
9:4f a. m. Sunday School. 11:00 a. m. preach
10 a. m. Rabhath Rchool 11 a. m Morning will be ae t; us. Evening prayer and sermon
worahlp. 7:<» p. m. Y. I'. 8. f. E. 7:«r. p. m. at «Ml p m. Sunday School meet» at BffiO ing. 13:80 p. m. class meeting. 8:oo p m.
unlor League. H:M) p m. Epworth League.
Evening worahlp. 7:«0 p. tn. Wedneaday, mid p. '». J. K. Glover, Supt., J. ulover.
week »ctvice. 7:»> p. m. Thnraday, choir Rev. O. W. Taylor, Rector.
7:80 p. m. preaching
8:00 p. m Thursday
practice Hev.Wm II Amo». Pastor.
evening, prayer service
Dr. C R. Carlos,
Lenta Evangelical Church.
St. Peter'« Catholic Church.
Hermon bv the paator. Ila. m and 7:16 p m.
("Rundaya: *:i»a. m. l ow Mas». 10:8
Sunday School v:«ft a, in., H. R. Bcheuernian,
III h'f.,« a;?'» m. Bunday School. UM. Superintendent. Y, P. A.. t:«S p. m., Paul
Corner Woodstoek Ave., and 87th St. Rev.
11.< ir ret»<.r»al. W. eV dr.<»' Mas» at 6:00 a. m, Bradford, Provident. Prayer meeting Thurs- W G. Lienkaemper, paator. Bunday School
326 ALDER ST.
Good Glasses at Reasonable
Dr. Geo. B. Pratt
Your Eyes are Safe in Oar Care
KERN PARK CABINET SHOP
8. C. SMITH
LIGHT MILL & CABINET WORK
Screens, Sash, Windows, Doors
and Picture Framing
Residence Phone : Tabor 4602
Sbop Peone: Taboi 7576
4633 67th Street 8. E.
Solicits your Property for
We have the Buyers, you
have the Property
COME AND SEE US
Williams Realty Co
8206 Woodstock Avenue
H. Cleveland Plaintiff, v«. E. W Reder,
Daniel Rehm. Executor of the Fbtate of Tillie
Tahm. Dec’d.. in the State of Illinois; P. W-
heorsen. Mrs D. B Kelly and Eva L. Matt,
hews. Executrix with the Will annexed of the ¿«ineitRirxMRttRsoutsesestseatseamRaea
Estate of Tillie Rehm. Dec’d, withiu the State
of Oregon. Defendants.
By virtue of an execution, judgment order,
When You Want to Move
decree and order of sale issued out of the
above entitled Court in the above entitled
cause, to me directed and dated thej2f»th day
Call Tabor 7707
of April, 1918, upon a judgment rendered and
entered in said Court on the 23rd day of April i
1918 in favor of H. Cleveland plaintiff and '
against E. W. Reder defendant for the sum j
.*> wit !i interest at the rate of i'pt r cent
per annum from the 23rd day of April 1918 and i 5
th»- further sum of ISo.OO with int*r»-st at the S
rate of « per cent per annum from the 27rd day ,
of April 1918, and for the further sum of 123 S)
coats* h nd di«bursments and the costs of and i S
upon this writ eouimandinc me to make Mie I 2
of the following deseribed real propertv
Lots Eighteen (1*). Nineteen < U. »nd Twen-i
9436 Foster Rd. Lents, Ore. |
•y (2"' of Block Seventeen (17). Fast St Johns,1
in Multnomah County, Oregon, now w.thin V
the corporate limits of the Citv of Portland.
« a «6* a Maaaaa aaaaaa^»« i
Now Therefore, by virtue of said execution,
judgment order, decree and order of sale and 11
in compliance with the commands of said writ.
I M ill, on Monday the 15th day of July 1918, nt
10 o’clock A 5L,at the east front door of the
County Court House in Portland. Multnomah
County, Oregon, sell at public auction »subject
to redemption), to the highest bidder for cash
in hand, all the right, title and interest which I
the within named defendants and each and all
of them in the above entitled suit had on the
2nd day of March 1915, the date of the mortgage
herein forclosed or since that date had in and
to the above described property or any part
thereof, to satisfy said execution, judgment
order and decree, interest, costs and accruing 5843 Foster Rd., Myrtle Park Sta.
T. M. HURLBURT
Real Estate and Rentals
Sheriff of Multnomah County, Oregon
Dated thb j-thdavof April 1918.
First issue June 13th, 1918
We often have exceptional bargain«
Lent issue July 11th 1918
and Express Auto Truck
For A Home
R. C. WALTER
Lent* Baptist Church.
Lord's Day. Bible School »:«6 a. m. Morning
B. Y. P. D..«:80p m.
Evening wor.hlp 7:8' p. m. A cordial wel
come to these services. E. A. Smi:h, Pastor.
The more nuickly our soldiers have all the thing* they need, the more quickly the
ships will lie bringing our boys back to u*.
MULTNOMAH STATE BANK
See Us and
ROSE CITY VAN
THE PORTLAND BUSINESS MAN
Long Distance Everywhere
•Hl u re I wood Congregational Church.
Corner Mth St. and 45th Ave. E.4.
Mrs. John J Handsaker. Sunday School, 10:00
i a. m. Preaching service, 11:00 a. m. No
evening service at present. Mr. Arthur W
I Pratton, Superintendent ot Sunday School.
Intermediate Christian Endeavor, 5:00 p. m.
Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 8:00 In
the church cottage.
Arleta Baptist Church.
who is successful surrounds himself with
every availablt modern devise for saving
his time arid money. The business man
who fails to use an AUTOMATIC TEL
EPHONE simply clones his establishment
to thousands of possible customers. He
may never know the real reason for hie
failure in business. THINK IT OVER.
Home Telephone and Telegraph Company ot Portland, Oregon
Use American Products
Sulphur has been imported in large
quantities for manufacture of sulphuric
acids for explosives. Large quantities
of it can be taken from coal mines in
the middle west.
mercury, potash, tungsten, antimony,
Anabel Presbyterian Church.
Corner of MthS treet and 87th Ave. 8 K chromite and mica now,are largely im
Sabbath Service». Preaching, tl a. m. and t:»o ported.
t:M a. m. Bible School. 11 a. m. Preaching
service. 7:80 p. m. Evening services. 8:15
p. m. B. Y. P. Ü. 'Benlor and Intermediad 8:00
p. hi . Wednesday Prayer meeting. Everybody
• welcome to all of these services. Rev.W. Garnet
Handlev. Pastor. «401. 48th Ave
CALL A <221
Kodak Company Harns $14,342,567
The Eastman K-wlak Company earned
a net profit of $14,542 567 last year, a
decline of $2,737,361 from the result in
1916. The profit was calculated after
setting aside $4,750,000 for the Federal
Canoe Builder Completes Four
p. m. Sunday School. 9:46 a. m
Endeavor: Senior, (1:30 p. m.i Junior, 4 p. m.
B. Grant, of Okltown, Me.,
Thursday, Prayer Meeting, 7:4h. Tuesday,
Orchestra Practice, 7:30 p. in. The Pastor is
Italian reientists have compiled statis who has been building canoes for eigh
always ready to call on the sick and confer tic* that corrolmrate a theory that more
teen years, recently completed the con-
with thoe» who desire spiritual help. John K.
Nelson, Pastor. Residence. 5020 37th Ave. 8. K. earthquake shocks occur at night than straction of the four thousandth of his
in the daylight hours.
Phone Tatrar 1858.