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NEW BOOKS OF INTEREST
Thornton & Sowards
Miss Hutchinson Reviews late
Mrs. J. Lennox is nt home
Publlahad Every Friday »I l^nta
a visit with her sister in
Station. Portland. Oraron.
Works at library.
Miss Wil Hutchinson, of the
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J. 8. UPDIKE -
Mana<er Arleta branch library, submits
C. W. SMITH -
M re. Addis, who is convalesc
the following to book lovers:
ing at the home of her daugh
Rntsrsd as second-class mail mat
“The Ghost Garden,” by Ame ter on l.arral>ee street from
tar February 1«, 1*1«, at ths post
tfflcs at Lanta, Oregon, under act of lia A. Rives. An extraordinary operation, is expected home
Csngrsaa. March S. 1C79.
story of two lovers and a haunt a short time.
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Subacrtptien pries - - II I* a year ed garden in l>eautiful old Vir
Raymond Ritchie is
Phones: Tabor Till. EHI—1111
eternal triangle with one of it« Boring keeping house for her
till Ninaty-Mcond Btrsst
points in the spirit world. Its father, Mr. Myers, for a couple
ghostly thrills are warm, not of weeks while her mother is
icy. and its tense excitement al visiting in Idaho.
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luring, not terrifying.
“The Golden Hope.” by Grace
«0.1-1. cti wai COWGCAl. TA
Saltwell Mason. It is a strong
limin < « omi sovk I axcutaa*
story of a loyal woman, a man the Inman-Polsen Lumber mill
owe OV ova. »1*1 « oaaihih * og-
mm « w « wv auaacaiaae« vmaa
than his biggest temp last week. He was taken to
IM "M CAIO Hl COVA.OHT SK-» U» at-
and the terrible thirst Emmanuel hospital where he is
CUX Htt> MAO A UOXIA eXPtMlt
M HAO JtST BOUdHI A
for gain that cramps men’s resting as well as can lie ex
, 3000 mawtu mo woHoaa
souls. The irresistible charm of pected. It is thought he will
AtuTH« HtTNtJPAPtM HAN« .
the west is woven into every be able to lie brought home Sun
line of this delightful story and day.
the call to a wider freedom of
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Tomp
life and love grips the readei
who lived in Mrs. Hedge's
from the first.
on Ninety-second street
“The Old Heart of Russia,”
by Bessie Beatty. Miss Beatty- this summer, have moved back
witnessed the bolshevik revolu to their former home at Medi
tion throughout its entire cine Lake, Mont.
course. She was present at the
arrest of the provisional gov PROFESSIONAL CARDS
ernment and she interviewed
in the Peter and Paul fortress Tabor 4754
5ft Wt, 92nd Street
a number of the ministers of
DR. C. S. OGSBURY
the czar's regime. But the most
interesting of all, perhaps, is
ier analysis of the Russian
peasant mind in action. Her
Res. Tabor: 5224
book is filled with striking an-: Office: Tabor 3214
ecdotes and with A harvest of
DR. P. J. O’DONNELL
observations such as only an in
Foster R>«d. I-eutx, Ore.
Eighteen thousand Yanks
have taken foreign brides. Will
“Out of the Shadow,” by
our American girls please re
DR. A. G. ATWOOD
Cohen. An autobiography
strain themselves from making
sm tAl. ATTEST!'!» T)'^I atks
pbohb : rasna MSI
Russian emigrant girl could
92o7 Foster Road
Patriotism without common write such a story as this is 6314 Reside
S2d Nt., 8. E.
sense amounts to nothing. So one of the mysteries of the 1
it is well for Uncle Sam to be thing we call genius.—Outlook.
DR. KATHERINE S. MYERS
always on guard against the
fools who love him well but
Office, .Marshall 1275
Mrs. E. O. Rivers, of 5627
Seventy-second street, spent
Bolshevism is so rapidly on last week-end with the family Ski.uMo BriLDisa
the decline that the Industrial of A. J. Hollingworth at theii
Workers of the World members ranch home near St. Helens YOUR EYES OR A MILLION DOLLARS
may as well deconcile them returning Sunday evening. On
selves to the prospect of their Tuesday Mrs. Rivers left foi
becoming actual workers.
Sheridan for an indefinite stay
with the family of her brother
The American shoe manufac- Mr. Champlin. Before leaving
turers say that shoes will be she had received word that
$3 to $4 a pair higher next Mrs. Champlin had been taken
year than this, It is a long seriously ill, possibly necessi
time until next year. The shoe tating a complete change of
makers would be wise not to Mrs. Rivers’ vacation plans.
be too hasty in their opinions.
Others who were at the Hol
lingworth ranch last Sunday
NO EXCUSE FOR “AIN’T” were F. E. Crum and family
s ^ t 0METRIST- OPTki>
“Ain’t” is an improper ab and Mrs. W. J. Jefferies, all of
breviation of “are not.” British the- Nashville Neighborhood.
you »ell your right for a million
writers spell in “a’n’t,” which
Frank Price, 5627 Seventy- Would
properly indicates its deriva second street, has been in If you value them "to that amount is it :
tion. Americans make it an in charge of the “Truble-prui ’ not fair that you comult me, ax I ■■
know what they must have.
clusive offense, using it for tire exhibit at the Multnomah If I care for your eye», your eye» will ■
care for you.
“am not” and “is not,” as well county fair this week.
Phone for an appointment
as for “are not.” It is unques
Subscribe lor the Herald, $1.50.
tionably the worst in.-tance of
slovenliness in the common
speech of today. Yet it is by
no means of universal or even
common use. It will slip oc
casionally from refined lips, al
ways with a jar to the enunci-
ator as well as the hearer. But
the habitual user of “ain’ts” is
careless of refinemt.it. He may
be an excellent citizen who
never beats his wife nor kicks
It sounds just
the cat. But there i« likely to
be something slipshop about
about right for
him somewhere. It is desirable
to eliminate our linguistic sins,
and of these “ain’t” is the mo-1
doesn’t it? And
Cement Work. Pla»t«rlng and
llealdenes «410 Fiftieth A vs.
Oar l*rl«ea Ar» HI» III
I.MV» Orders al Uoggln»' Hh®. giure
FREY & ALLEN
Usasral H. iim PaiaMag, Tlallaa
Malarial sud Workmanship Guarsutsed
tight and pinch the foot in order to look neat
and dressy. But comfort need not give way
L. E. Minott reports the fol
lowing real estate sales: The
Wiley property on Ninety-sec
ond street, near Kelly Butte,
to R. W. Simpson, a laundry
man, of Portland; the William
son residence at 6312 Eighty
fourth court to C. L. Morse, an
eastern Oregon man.
if rris the right
kind of a pork
roast it will be just about right
want one that has an appetising flavor,
one that will be thoroughly enjoyed,
order it at our market. You get honest
weight at honest prices.
John Winslow, of Portland,
and Miss Lillian Hellis, of
Eighty-third street, were mar
ried last Friday.
Eggiman’s Meat Market
5919 Ninety-second Street
Nee C iishtkk A iisoSoX
Right Fitting Is
A. W. BREW ER
PAINTING, PAPER HANGING
Residence 9935 Fifty-ninth Ave.
_______________________ ________________ f
Dress shoes that we fit to your feet
can be just as comfortable as shoes you buy for
service. And we do not sacrifice either style
or neatness in fitting you.
Still Moving ...
ROSE CITY VAN
Our pumps, dancing slippers and all
sorts of dress shoes offer you a wide field for
choice. Our styles and pi ices will please you.
The One-Way-Charge Company
Goggins’ Shoe Store
D r EVS aü VU
Many people think that shoes must be
See U» For . . .
WOOD AND COAL
H222 Foster Rd
Tab. 1424 D«1
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