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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 15, 1919)
mt. Scott herald
built In under the show case.
Publlsh.d h'vsry Friday at UnU
Station. Portland. Oregon.
Mr and Mrs. Tom McRIoy and Mr
and Mm George Spring are spending
J. K. UPDIKE - . . - Proprietor a ten day vacation naar Newport. Ore
C. W. SMITH .... ^Manager gon. where Mm Spring was raised.
Entered ae second-class mall mat
ter February 14. 1114. at the post-
eHUe at Lentz. Orecon, under act of
Congre—, March 1. 187».______________
Site is well
most interesting places in that part of
the country so they are assured of a
Sl it a year
Phones: Tabor 1814. IMI—till
The Friends carried away the beau
tiful banner that 1» awarded to tlv
Bible school having the largest per
centage of officers and teacher* pres
ent at District No. 9 Sunday school
Institute held last Sunday afternoon
Thia la the second time Mie Friends
have won the banner.
Tley have a
•'notion" they are going to keep It
Volition as teacher at Boardman. Ore
Everybody look out.
Mias Murtha Isler. teacher of the
September to take up her work.
TEN POINTS TO SETTLE BEFORE
YOU BUY AN TRUCK
close of the achuol next Sunday.
Miss Myrtle McNeil has accepted a
gon. and will leave about the first of
4(11 Ninety-second Street
Bibl* school at 9:46 »very Sunday
changes greatly improve the appear
ance of her store room.
FRIKN1M4 4 HI RCH
The Motor Truck is eatablishod. Its util
ity is no longer questioned. As a means
of transportation it is definitely estab
lished that a motor truck is incomparably
economical, convenient, etc. So it is not
a question of whether or not you need a
Your decision must lie WHICH TRUCK
to select. It is a big question not to I m »
decided until you have every fact, every
data of cost liefore you. On that basis
ONLY can you make a selection that will
justify the required expenditure.
GARY, "The Ten Test Truck.” invites
every investigation- every test or ques
tion that any owner may advance. The
GARY MOTOR TRUCK has bean selected
by some of the largest Truck users in
America. They buy on a lauds of FACT
ONLY, and the Gary has satisfied these
owners in every one of the following ten
vitally important points.
'teen ago boy*' class, left for Wiscon
I.*mbert of Portland will take Mias sin last Monday evening to cam foi
McNeil's place at the Gilbert school, j her father, who Is seriously III. The
where she has taught the past three
class will be cared for by Mr. Bald
win. her able assistant. during het
Her numerous friends bur
Mm F W. Tuasey received word
4a fttt aat-K «tosa r« assets - to
from her daughter. Mm Dunne E.
ya tHJONW itf rar**, omui
*U**a.*i 1Ua«a vmuf TVAl't au.
Wheeler, who with her husband has
U'<— '<tKK—•**'*. a»uv, oaor
been spending the past five weeks with
tHta -rtf orsitf ’•* tel us
aaovT '«aa aaraavanea* ao | I Mr. Wheeler's parents in the YusemiU'
vta mW cmm * sa, a üv wii- I valley and mountains, stating that
V»----- VNkVL.'fO'J^k oof if
. I they will arrive home Sunday.
COsatM*. M'MTCHai aua'tovi
atu.<aa na^a. «'»vat
Mr. and Mm Bernal of *114 Eight
ten day trip to Tacoma and Rainier
bringing In a bountiful supply ol'
lunch as well as good wishes for het
There will be the regular services
Bunday morning but no services In
the evening, as we "unite with th«-
other churches of Lents in a union
service In the Evangelical cHirch at
Itev. Jones of the Meth
odist church will preach.
The first union service was held In
C\>le. will accompany them on their
the Friends church last Sunday nlglt
Rev. Shupp of the Evangelical
The I^ents Bicycle Shop which was church as the preacher of the eve
There was a good attendance
office has been sold to C. A. Norwood and a splendid service.
located on Focter road near the post
of Myrtle Park.
BAPTIST t ill RCH
A. P. Davis, of LaGrande. Oregon,
was in I^nts Saturday visiting Grange
Mr. Davis was formerly state organizer
for the order.
Union services Sunday night at the
Egginian's residence at 5214 Ninety-
FOURTH t SITED BRETHREN
orders to be filled this fall.
Preaching at 11 ». m. Theme, “Mi
Bunday* school at 9:45. Good music
The annual roll call nf the church
will be taken
the pastor of th
Fourth United Brethren church Wed
EVAMGEIJCAL Ifll RCH
Local and Personal
St. Paul's Guild and. Sunday School
well filled baskets and a jolly time was
on display free from dust have been
friends of the .church. between 6 an.I
7: JO O'clock.
church the service will, as usual, tw
Baptist. Friends and
Rev. Jones of the M
union services should fill the house
provements in the millinery store this to overflowing. Come and hear good
8he has had a large cabinet music.
drawers in which to keep all stock not
bers and friends of the church and
Your Bible." In the evening there
will be union services of the Metho
Mrs. Inez Gulliks is completing Im
made to accommodate her stock of
be a supper, served free to tl.v mem
preach on the topic “How to Read
fall hats which will arrive soon. Large
nesday evening at 8 p. nt.
Next Sunday tie regular services
will be held at the
¡church. At 11 a. m. the pastor will
Sunday school at 9:45.
Junior Y. P. A. at 6 p.
Y. P. A. at 7 p. m.
Union services at 8 P
In the evening at
the Rev. Mr. Clark will speak.
the season in the elty in the Interests
of missionary work.
Blanclnrd's subject Sunday morning
Meet’s I-ost Opportunity."
United Brethren church will be held
The old Egyptians were famous bread bakers of their time,
but their baking ability was confined almost exclusively to
It is different with us for specialize in all good things a
modern bakery produces.
Wash in ger
Our Cakes and Pies
Still Moving ...
are particularly appetizing and in such a variety as will suit
any taste. Even if we do say it ourselves, the best home
cooks can’t bent them. They are an ideal dessert to place
on any table.
tH I I. 4 Utili Mil
UOXTIM Et» OPI.lt ATI«»*
Accidents will happen, and some re.
pairs are Inevitable. Select the truck
of a design so standardized that re
pairs will never keep your truck out
INTtHI.ISlIED MAXIFACT1 III
A truck made by a maker huvlng
limited resources la a questionable
Investment. Be sure that the maker
of your truck will tee able to continue
In business ns long ns you do.
REASOSAHI.K IS 4 I J4TMEST
DI Al,I H I»II'IM»AIII1.ITY
Don't buy u truck that will daprecl
ute too rapidly to I m - economical
You renll> rent a inotof truck when
you buy It. At the end of . its period
of use It should have substantial
"cash-in or trade-in" value. Investi
gate the actual "after use" worth of
any truck before you make your se
I COSOMIUAI. SI I.I t TH»’
The dealer la the agency Abut Is di
rectly responsible to you.
that the dealer from whom you buy
your truck Is as reliable us your own
Do not buy a truck from
a dealer that has a reputation ot
Truck» are nieuna of economy. It la
not an investment to buy a truck that
will Increase your transportation
Find out what it will actually
cost you to transport your merchan
SIM 1*1,It ITY
Skilled experienced labor costa money.
You don't want to increase your la
bor hire because of you, trucks In
vestment. Before making your choice
take any worker In your delivery de
partment, give him n few simple In
structions. see whether or not the
truck is simple enough for hla un
l»o not buy an exper
imental truck. Keep within approved
design and principle.
sl*EEl> i * oui : r
See Us For . . .
GARY, “The Tell Tent Truck,” has meas
ured up to every test. I^et us give you
the facts to prove it.
8222 Foster Rd
J. ROSENAU, Proprietor
A. W. BREWER
PAINTING, PAPER HANGING
I Looks Like a Wreck-|
But it Isn’t
An occasional overhauling is and im-
portant part of any business as well an
automobile. We are remodeling our
old building and at the same time mov-
ing into our new annex, and in a few
days we will be ready for all comers,
large and small. The inconvenience
does not hinder our getting work out
Residence 9935 Fifty-ninth Ave.
| The Lents Garage |
AXEL KILDAHL, Proprietor
| Tabor 3429
Home D61 8919 FOSTER ROAD
J. H. Bradbury
CORD WOOD AND
Yard on Foster Road
in front of‘Lents Library
Phone Tabor 7823
When You Want to Move
Call Tabor 7707
I f ETTY’S TRANSFER?
and Eipress Auto Truck ;
9436 Foster Rd. Lents, Ore.
WOOD AND COAL
•Tab. 1424 D«1
An emergency will arise where you
will hnve to /fun your fully-loaded
truck at Its maximum speed. Power
should provide for speed to ullow for
spovd when II Is necessary.
Phone Broadway 2162
The One-Way-Charge Company.
Mt. Scott Bakery
Gary Coast Agency
ROSE CITY VAN
Quality and Clnallneu are the twin mottoee
of this bakery at all timet.
Cor. 92d and Foster Road
|*o not lun a one-ton truck and ex
pect it to do a IH-ton duly.
tin, truck you do buy should be built
to allow for a reasonaby’ margin of
Buy the size truck that
your liuslnesa needs.
Do not Invest
In a 6-lon truck for I-ton Inborn
Nor should you buy a JH-toii truck
to do the work of a 6-lon truck.
people's hour at the church the, <’
will be “Strange Fire, or Two Young
Clark is from Ohio and Is spending
E. will be led by Thomas King.
From front fender to rear lamp
bracket maximum efficiency of oper
ation requires oxen distribution of
weight. t»ork uml wear. The motor
must not be too light for Ita load —
the fiame must not be heavier than
Consider whether or
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Sunday morning at this
in charge of Mrs. C.
I ql'Al.lZEI' HALAM'E
A remarkable Product.
Every tire worth more
than it costs.
Fabric; The Big Fisk
Cord; The Red Top,
Extra Ply, Heavy Tread.
GOOD LOOKING, GOOD VALUE TIRES
FOR SALE BY
LENTS HARDWARE CO.