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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 12, 1919)
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Webb of Eighty-eighth
street la visiting with her »on In •»ti
U. S. SOLDIERS SERVING IN
Mrs. Carter and son Ray. of Chi
It E I BI V E
GH ATI ITA
cago. are living with her parents, Mr.
and Mr» Williams, of Bel I rose. Mrs
Good printing la «he dreaa of good
ARMY I I H.IBI.E
Carter Is an invalid, being confined
The Herald is in receipt of the fol
letter from the secretary of
but!neat, thafa tha kind we do at the to her bed.
the Brltiah Columbia Returned Sol
The secretary 1»
Mr. England, who live. near Wil dier Commission.
Cl'fford Wilson came up from the son station, has just erected a silo, George F. Pyke, Parliament building.
Anyone coming with
logging camp at Wheeler last Friday, the first In this section.
He s also Victoria. It C
in the provisions nu n toned In his
installing a bath and fireplace in his
letter should write him for further
Haryy Sonnikum. of Hood River, house, with other Improvements. Mr.
waa an over-Sunday gueat at the Trudy of Canby is doing the work.
"A great many men who served In
home of R. G. Wigle.
Back of the shell la the powder;
the Canadian army are now resident
Back of the powder the gun;
from Aurora to visit with her folks
moved his family to the Woodstock
service gratuities, men
Behind them the Y. M. C. A.,
With the Salvation Army to stay.
Miss Katherine O’Brien, who lives
Oh. let us never forget them.
Or the grand work they did for us.
south of Lents, was painfully injured
and bruised last Sunday by being run
As the years roll on let us back them
Without any mincing or fuss.
down by an automobile.
J. L. J.
Wagner, and brother.
Mrs. Julia Goodale, of Tacoma, re
dear to make these facts public
through the columns of your paper
visit relatives and friends near Fori
in the hope that they might be read
by some of the men interested
the east until spring.
lust Weitnisday evening. Mrs He »h
uer has closed her business there for
"If any man Who comes under the
above category will write me enclos
ing a copy of his discharge certificate
I will be pleased to furnish him all
particulars regarding thia gratuity,
also the necewaury application forma.
Mr» H. It. Scheuerman and son
L’ccll, with her ulster, Mrs. E M
! '-cheuerman. left Heptember I for an
Most of their time will be spent at
At Culver Is located the
were discharged previous to the sign They will visit In several small towns
ing of the armistice on November 11. nearby, also spend part of the time
1918. were not entitled to participate
in South Bend.
"Under a recent order in -ouncil
thia ruling has been changed and men
cation are now entitled
LENTS EVANGELICAL CHURCH
son. at Woodland. Wash.
Dr, P J. < »'Donnell left last Sunday
for St. Louis, Mo., where he will at
who come under the above classifi tend Dr. Winter's adSuhced course In
Ines Gulliks spent the week
end with her mother. Mrs. Kate M
who did not
see service in France and men who
That kept so fresh the true love.
■‘Under the original order In coun
cil dealing with the payment of war
Back of the soldier the home lovo;
very much if you coukl see your way
extended visit with pa rents and other
the Pacific coast.
That stood up and licked the Hun
Roy Kelly has sold his residence at
In the United States, particularly on
Back of the gun the soldier
on Eighty-eighth street.
At the morning service at 11 a. m
The assistant district paymaster ad
at the Evangelical church the pastor.
vises me that a great many men who
exodontia from September 21 to 27.
The course consists of lecturos and
Dr. O'Donnell ex
pects to visit his old home In Colorado
turned to her home Tuesday, having
Rev. N. Shupp. will preach from the are entitled to gratuity under thia or before returning home, which will bo
"Seven Chambers of the der havq not yet filed applications some time about the first of October.
AÌ the evening service at 8
friend. Mrs. O. S. Worden.
spent the past two weeks with her King."
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. I-ord left for Out into the Deep."
Sunday school at 9:45.
Bremerton. Wash . last Friday. They
will also visit other places in Wash Scheuerman. superintendent.
Junior Y. P. A. < p. m
ington before their return.
Y. P. A. at 7 p. m.. William Ander
Mr. and Mrs. G F Rowley, of 5«!
Eighty-fourth street, have moved to
bought at 51 IS Eighty-eighth street.
MULTNOMAH STATE BANK
P. A. will meet in regular
SHERMAN HARKS0N, Cashier
Tuesday at 8 p. tn. at the home of
A fine attendance
Irvin Thorne and family, formerly J. D. Donaldson.
of 8722 Fifty-sixth avenue, and Mr of the alliance is expected Come for
Wash., moved this week into apart
Bring a good
an enjoyable evening.
supply of joy with you.
ments in the Hedge building.
At the Lents Baptist church next
Sunday morning the pastor. Rev. E.
can also do your commercial print
A. Smith, will speak on ’The Great
ing quickly and satisfactorily.
Invitation." and Mrs. Koller will give
a “Vocal solo.
At the young peo
The missionary meeting of the M
E. church was held last week at the
home of Mrs. Lina Jasper, at which
the ensuing year as follows:
dent. Mrs. Sibley; vice-president, Mrs.
Jasper; secretary. Mrs. Hugill; treas
mite box treas
BURKE’S - GARAGE
BAPTIST CHI RUH
If you believe in home trade—in a
home paper--)n boosting your home
ple's service at 7 p. m
72nd St, and Millard or 55th Ave.
the topic for
discussion will be "Our Relation One
At 8 p. m. the pastor
will preach on the subject "The Su
The union mid
Baptist church, with Miss Lurana
Terrell, pastor of the Friends church.
Isaac Mitchell, a former resident of
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Lents, was here a few days last week
on business, from Yacolt, Wash.
Fifty-sixth avenue, while undergoing
medical treatment in the city.
Cole suffered from a general break
• I. N.
Free Battery Service
using toilet goods
that come from our store In them you
have the assurance of honest materials and
pure chemicals You couldn’t get anything
more worth while any where.
H. Cole, of Cape Hom. Wash.,
a former resident of Lent.s, is staying
General Auto Repairing, Supplies, Oils,
Greases, Batteries Re-charged
Hatfield, of Sixty-fifth ave-
purchased the H. O. Gaston residence
down in April and has failed so far at 4517 Eighty eighth street.
He informs the Herald
I CARRT A FULL LINE OF
to find relief.
that he was married two years ago to
a lady who owns a ranch about two
miles rom his ranch at Cape Horn.
Come and See
ST. PETERS PARISH.
and bath — scented waters, perfumes cold creams
cosmetics manicure sets lotions liair tonics skin foods
combs brushes sponges arid the like.
the postor of St. Peters at High Mass
Hily Name will
"Straight" grade flour, to all
in 140 lb. jute sacks, gros»
weight, delivered to any Rail-
way Station in Zone 10, com -
prising the States of Oregon. I
not to exceed 810.00 per bbl
Purchasers will be
supplied from nearest avail
able mill, which may result
In slight saving for buyers'
teaching the children.
The improvements to the
building are being made by
and Me Grew.
Mr. Henry has gone to California
•o atend the burial of his mother who
•led there last week.
W. C. T. U.
Come to the Friends church tonight
(Friday) at 8 p. m. to meet the fly
ing squadron consisting of Mrs. Mar
ion Gilbert, of Piedmont, president of
the county W. C. T. V.; Mrs. Burch
am. president of the Central Union;
Mrs. Mears, state corresponding sec
Mrs Swope, state vice-presi
quartet of singers, will be here. Don’t
miss them—Friday. September 12, at
8 p. m. "Admission free.
• 127 Ninety-second street;
F. D., Lents; corresponding sec
Subscribe for The Herald, 11.50.
but decide right now to have us vulcanize
all of your old tires which can be saved for
future use. Don’t buy a new auto tire if
you can avoid it, when an old one vulcaniz
ed by us will serve the same. You can save
hundreds of dollars every year by patroniz
ing this vulcanizing establishment. We can
prove this to you if you will let us do it.
9436 Foster Rd. Lents, Ore.
ments were not reported because of
A Dry Cellar—Yet a Cool One
some of our good working members
Res. Phone 7468
and Express Auto Truck
*02» 1-2 Ninety-second street; vice-
We Handle Used Cars
Office Phone Tabor 6527.
j When Ton Want to Move ;
Call Tabor 7707
were given, although several depart
being in the east visiting.
of officers resulted as follows:
and Hot Shot Batteries.
510 Board of Trade Building
Annual meeting of the local Union
United States drain
1 ♦ :
In the greatest of women's work when
you hear these speakers.
JUST RECEIVED— a new supply of Columbia Dry Cell
MT. SCOTT DRUG CO
Wholesale anil jobbing profit,*,
oo such flour must not ex<*ee<i
75c per bbl. and retailers prof
its snM not exceed 91.25 per
.Address all communica
want to join the W. C. T. U. and help
GRAIN (VRPIIR ATION
Announces that it will sell||
The sermon of the day was highly ap
Protectors, Foot Accelerators and Radius Rod Braces.
our display of fine soaps for the complexion
Last Sunday Rev. Father Finnigan
of Columbia University assisted
JUST ARRIVED FOR FORDS— Anti-Draft Shields, Coil Box,
J. H. Bradbury
CORD WOOD AND
Yard on Foster Road
in front of Lenta Library
Phone Tabor 7823
The Lents Garage
AXEL KILDAHL, Proprietor
8919 FOSTER ROAD
A warm cellar is a poor
tables and other foodstuffs
basements of homes heated
or the more coatly aystema.
«torehouae. That's why vege
cannot usually be kept in the
by the old style pipe furnaces,
Home Ventilator Furnace
Th. Ori.ia.1 PATENTED P.p.l— M~i.l
Manufactured only by th. HOMER FURNACE CO, Hom.r, Mich.
—Mill radiate enough heat to keep the cellar free from
dampness, but will not detract from its natural coolness.
Vegetables can be stored with perfect safety.
Heat is not wasted with the "Home Ventilator." The
scientific principle of design and operation sends all heat
units through the combination hot- and cold-air register,
and from there it is evenly distributed throughout the house'
Clean, simple and safe. Doesn t waste space and
doesn't necessitate a big installation cost We can equip
your residence with a "Home Ventilator" in a few hours,
for a little more than you would pay for a good base
burner. Ask us for more information.
A. S. PEARCE '
Foater Road, Opp. Postoffice