Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923, August 15, 1919, Image 4

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tor
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as
offering
many cents as they are years old,also
The Herald asks the co-oper-
atlou of ail its readers and
friends in securing news items
throughout the Mt. Scott dis­
trict. It is our aim to publish
all the news regardless of a per­
son's station or affiliations, but
we realize it is impossible to do
so without assistance.
If you
know of items of interest in
your neighborhood send or tele­
phone them in. or give us a tip
so we may get them. It will be
appreciated.
cake, sandwiches and fruit for re-
freahmenta as wd expect thd Milwau­
kie
W. Nf A. and the Harmony Socie­
ty to meet with ue;
All are welcome
whether me in tiers of the W. M
not.
Come and
have a good
S. or
time
with ut
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GILBERT
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Deardorf
On Sound Basis
After the War
of Gilbert road Thursday. August 7th
a boy.
Miss Mary Hutton of Portland Spent
Sunday with Mra. IHinald Furey uml
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Mrs.
Rosa
Mra. A. F. Swanson
daughter
and
having a summer vacation.
beach
resorts
along
the
Tillamook
Born to Mr and Mrs. Weander of coast.
4924 Sisty-firat avenue. Monday morn­
Arthur Ryan visited the<irat of the
week with hla sister Mrs. A. F. Swan-
Mr Ryan came in Thurialas.
to son.
August
7th with the 4th engineers,
Beaver Creek to visit their daughter,
He
served
fifteen months in France
Mri H. Holmes a few days.
and
little
Mrs.
Louella
St rec h
Mrs. Mamie Cox is rejolaing over
are at Hermiston
daughter
Louella
the arrival of a brand new piano at
spending a ten day vacation with
her home on Fifty-eighth avenue.
ing a nine puwnd boy
R. J. Tuasey
and
friends.
Bert Hollenback of Newberg was In
town last Saturday attending business
matters and greeting his many fhiends.
The Nick Faler property on Foster
road has been sold to O. B Guisness.
who with his family moved into the
This practical device overcomes the hot
water question in thousands of homes. Why
not have one in your home ? We make a spe­
cialty ot installing all kinds oi water heaters,
including gas.
cash.
We will gladly furnish you our figures.
Bank your money today and be pre*
pared for any eventuality.
Our experience in this line makes
our repair department particularly
efficient
I hi vid and Paul have been
there for some time and will accom­
THIRD UNITE» BRETHREN
SHERMAN HARK SON, Cashier
The Third United Brethren church,
avenue
Thirty-second
Sixty-seventh
street.
B. F. MILLER
MULTNOMAH STATE BANK
pany them htome.
corner
wash the dishes. Connect a wuter tank and
huve un ample supply of hot water for the
kitchen. laundry or bathroom
These are prosperous days In this land,
and wise people art bankiof tbclr surplus
went
wife
Make the heat of your range help you
Soon after the civil war President
Grant put this country on a sound financial
basis.
On bls revommendatlon coogrcss
pMted an act “to Mrengtbea publk credit,” ,
and specie payments were later resumed.
Edith returned home Monday evening
are I from a motor trip with relatives to
family
Silver and
family.
Hot Water Facilities
Lents Station
and
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Tabor 5542
5926 92nd Street
Portland, Oregon
Portland, Oregon
Is holding ser­
house
vices morning and evening throiigl*-
laicille Kenworthy, daughter of
the summer. Next Sunday morn-
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Kenworthy is suf I ing the conference superintendent,
fering with a sprained ankle sustained | Itev Q
Mrs. F. P- Coulter arid daughter,
Mrs. E. E. Gerhnger. left Thursday
for Seattle to spesid the week end with
the former's sister. Mra Mary Cassidy
Gray and Mrs. Earl
Miss LaVelli
have
E
McDonald, will be present
to preach- and will administer the sac­
at the play ground last Friday.
rament of the Ixird’s supper. In the
I evening Rev. McDonald will again
’Peak. Saturday evening. August 14.
I
Quarterly conference of the
| year will be held at the churcl*. ’At
this time the annual election of of-
to I ficers will be held and the conference
The mem­
pick berries, after spending a few days generally reconstructed.
with Mrs. Isom's sister. Borghikl bers are urged to be present.
Isom
to
returned
Brooks
Klldahl
Vida
Higginbotham
The
from
Dalles is visiting a few days with Ade­
line Ratt-key on Eighty-eighth Street
before returning
to her home
near
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Dr. T. L. Perkins, dentist. ex-c!ty
commissioner of finance, has resumed
the practice of his profession In the
Medical building, corner of Park and
Alder streets.
J25-a22
RABBITS FOR SALE
forget the L. of G. A. R. reception to
be
given
in
their
honor
evening. August 14, at Odd
Saturday
Fellows
A g od
hall on Ninety-second street,
program has been arranged and re-
freshments will be served.
f
Smallpox seems to have a re ligo us
tendency. It has shut up the Pen­
tecostal camp meeting, it has bottled
up
Three hutches, 7 does, 2 bucks. 15
little ones for 320.
Ernest M. De­
water. 5803 84th street.
RABBITS
Flenush Giant and New Zealand«.
I have some big bargains In bucks
and does, and does with litters; 1 ex­
tra large New Zealand doe with 10
young sired bv a Flemish Giant buck.
35.
Dell Elliott, corner Eighty-sec-
ond and Division streets. Tabor 2241.
al-3tp
Route 1, Box 545.
the Christian assembly at Sixty­
seventh street and Forty-fiftl.- ave­
nue and has hit tte Lents Baptist
parsonage
has
and
driven
the
Baptist preacher to the garage;
The
Women's
Missionary
hold
their
next
Wednesday
M
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at 2 o'clock.
FOR SALE
For this month only, we will put
into your home an Edison or Columbia Phono
graph at only $5.00 down and a small weekly
payment. You cannot get a better proposition,
so why not let us put a Phonograph in your home
FOUND
Child's
hat; pink brim and white
birthday
afternoon.
The ladies are expect-
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YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD-USE ITAT OUR STORE
social Crown; owner may have same at the
August \ Herald office by paying for notice.
20, in the church parlor, commencing
annual
Called Our
BUSINESS GETTER
Six-grave lot No. 179. Magnolia
section Mt. Scott Park Cemetery for
sale cheap. A. W. Brtckley, Route 2.
at-ltp
Box 153. Milwaukie. Ore.
Society
of the Lents Evangelical church will
is
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Roseburg.
Soldier boys are reminded not to
This Sheet
Subscribe tor the Herald. $1.50.
Mr. Edison says: “Give every honest man and woman a chance to
have good music in their home.”
Ml
Liberty Bonds taken at face value
We have just received a shipment of EASTMAN KODAKS in the l-A size
An Invitation to All
2 1-2X4 1-2 in the F.77 lens, sells for $26.13 with the Autographic Back. Ihe
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F.77 ¡S'the liest medium priced lens you can buy. . Our August »Special is pay
Don't waste your time and strength
on hand pumps Just drive up to our
place and gqc all the air you want
whatever you wish to down and the balance in 30 days. Why not bring in your
We maKe no charge for this service.
It s merely one of the many courtesies
we are always glad to extend to you.
Don’t thinh that we expect you to
buy gasoline or oil every time you
stop here. We Know that one often
needs air or water when he doesn't
need anything else.
And we Know that the low price
we charge for the grade of gas and
oil we handle is the only inducement
necessary to get you here when you
want anything in that line.
The Lents Garage
AXEL KILDAHL, Proprietor
Tabor 3429
Home D-61
8919 Foster Road
Brownie and exchange it for a better Kodak?
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Right now is the time to paint your house inside and out. We cany the Shirwin-Williams Paint lasts longer, goes
farther and is the cheapest in the end. Shirwin-Williams Floor Paint wears like iron, $3.50 per gallon.
MARNOT, a water-proof Floor Varnish, made to walk on.
FLOOR-LAC, makes your furnitifre look like new.
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Small cans.
OUR PROPOSITION FOR AUGUST IS THAT IF YOU WANT TO PAINT YOUR HOUSE WE WILL LET YOU
HAVE THE PAINT ON 30, 60 AND 90 DAY’S TIME.
BATHING CAPS, all Styles
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25 cents and up
Dr. Hess Fly Chaser will keep your cows free from flies, $1.40 gal. ■
Ninety-Second Street ■
MT. SCOH DRUG CO
Near Carline
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