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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 19, 1919)
W. C. T. U.
A son was born to Mr. anti h little stick’of caustic potash
Mr». John Martin 9705 Fifty used on the wvok-oWt calf’'
The visit of the flying squad
avenue, September 7. head at fho snots where the
C. Ijombard and family have
ron last Friday night was in
W. C. Smith and wife ami horns would grow and causin 1
returned to Lents to make then
inspiration to the local Union.
Alice Woodworth spent almost no pain to the calf, pre
Seven now memlxus were ad
O. N. Kenworthy made a bus last Saturday fishing at the vents the horn from growine ded and a good offering taken
at all. Moisten the place with
iness trip to Newberg college
Mrs. Frances M. Swope, state
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Pursley, vour finger dipped in water \ ice-president, gave the prin
at Newberg Tuesday.
6029 Eighty-fifth street, are and then rub with fhe potash cipal address. A mixed quar
Walter Webb, of Kalama,
entertaining a young son that till the skin begins to look red tet gave good numlx'rs, also
Wash., was a l^nts visitor the
Docking the tails of lamb’
arrived September 5.
Mrs. Jasper, of Lents, gave a
first part of the week.
is another form of cruelty that
James I^eitch and daughter,
the country is guiltv of. prolv
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Annual meetings and report*
of Eighty-ninth street, left on
Bemis, 9424 Fifty-seventh ave
ablv l>ecause tradition saya the
the tinier of the day. An
Sunday for a visit with rela-l wool will liecome less soiled
nue S. E., September 7. a son.
nual county convention and elec
lives in Des Moines. Iowa, and
Those farmers who have expc’1
A son was l»orn September 6 Omaha and Kearney, Neb.
tion of officers convenes Wed
imented know better. Million*
to Mr. and Mrs. John Gahler,
The Evangelical church Sun of sheep with tails cut off that nesday and Thursday in the
6582 Sixty-sixth street S. E.
day school and Y. P. A. are might have been left on if then First Christian church. West
Fred Hodge completed his planning an extensive all-dav owners were seeking to accom Park and Columbia streets. \
work at St. Helens and re rally and home-coming program plish the end for which they imn I delegation from Lents ex
pects to attend.
turned home on last Saturday for the first Sunday in October. cut therfl off.
‘ Our next local meeting wil
with Mrs. N. S. Shupp. 6220
Arletn Baptist Church
Mr. Spencer, Ninety-seventh
st retd, Tuesday
Rev. Owen T. Day, pastor of
street and Foster road, moved
2:30 p. in. A
the Arleta Baptist church, wil’
his family to North Portland
reception to new members and
Mrs. Bernal Advocates Humane speak at 11 o’clock next Sun
of county comention
day on “The Supreme Test of
Treatment of All Dumb
Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Hawkins
the program for the
a Christian Experience.” At 8
and son Carl, and Verne Rath-
he wil! speak on " The Suffering
key motored to Eagle Creek
Mt. Scott Union report»
Mrs. Gertrude Scott Bernal, Christ the Way of Life.” Last
in cash ami pledges
the well-known worker in the Wednesday evening the Rev.
Mrs. Tom McSloy spent a few interests of dumb animals of all Mr. Reed, state evangelist of raised for the jubilee campaign
days visiting friends in Forest kinds, has written for The Her the Oregon Baptist convention fund.
Grove, returning home Tues ald the following article re spoke at the mid-week meeting.
garding needless cruelties in At this time Dr. and Mrs.
The pastor, Rev. N. Shupp
Driver, of the chape i car. were will preach next Sunday morn
Mrs. O. W. Webb returned flicted upon animals:
received into membership in ing on the subject “Chanil»ers
Saturday night from eastern
Oregon, where she has l»een many a cruelty. The farmer, the church, a very enthusiastic in the King’s Palace.” At 8 p.
unless he keeps up. with the welcome lieing given them.
visiting her son.
■). on “Jesus Our Helper.”
best farm literature, follows his
Sunday school at 9:45. A. R
Mrs. M. B. Young, of Dallas,
father’s methods, needlessly
is visiting at the home of her
painful though they may be tc
Miss Louise Pennell, noted
Missions Band at 6 p. m.
daughter, Mrs. James Leitch,
the farm animals. Think of woman evangelist who «poke in
Y. P. A. at 7 p. m.
of Eighty-ninth street.
the millions of swine butchered the friends church last Sunday
A cordial welcome to all of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Horner,, in the old-fashioned way — with such power and blessing
of Ninety-fourth street, mo seized, “stuck” and then lef' to the people, will l>egin a spe
tored to Silverton Wednesday to stagger around and bleed to cial series of meetings in the
St. I’aul’s Episcopal
for a few days’ outing.
death. Many are doing this iocal church next Sunday riorn
There will lie no service at
Mr. Conlee will open the old just as they did it a hundred irg. She has served as pasto. the usual 4 o’clock hour at St.
Seward hall, on Foster road, years ago in spite of the fact and br^n in the evangelistic Paul’s next Sunday on account
Saturday night for the old- that intelligent and up-to-*1 ate work ol inter-denominational of the mass meeting at the
fashioned dances. Everybody farmers first drop the anima! nature, ^he has a special me« Pro Cathedral at the same hour.
by a small bullet rightly placed, sage for the young people which Dr. Taylor wishes his people to
destroying all consciousness, she delivers in a pleasing man hear Bishop wise, who will
R. N. Donahey, wife and lit
and then use the knife. The
tle son, of Seattle, visited this J bleedipg is in no wise retarded ner. She is also a splendid ;ieak there at that time.
soloist. Everybody welcome.
Next Wednesday, Septembei
week with the former’s aunt, by this plan.
the St. Paul guild will lie
Mrs. C. A. Updike, and cousin,
Consider also the cruelty of
at the home of .Mrs.
J. E. Updike.
Concord, Worden and Niagra Boyd, foot of Nevada street
dehorning cattle, prohibited oy
Wendel Miller, lately return-, law in certain countries, when grapes. 8 cent.- p.er pound. Otto Lunch will l>e had at 1 o’clock,
Heckel, coi. Jordan St. and • )lvt •' following which there will tie a
ed from France, will lead the'
Epworth League at the I^aur
elwood M. E. church next Sun
day evening at 7:30.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. William-'
son have sold their home at
6312 Eighty-fourth court and
THE EXITED STATES
GICAIX < OICPOK VI IOX
have moved to Thirty-seventh
that it will s> I!
and Grant streets.
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
••Straight" grade flour, to all
in 140 lb. jute sacks, gross
weight, delivered to any Rail
way Station in Zone 10. com
prising the States of Oregon.
not to exceed «10 00 per bbl.
Purchasers will be
n arest avail
able null, which may result
In slight saving for buyers’
Wood or coal heater; first-
class condition. Fred Geisler.
9515 58th Ave.
Lents. 5715 94th St.
ot the financial condition ol
MULTNOMAH STATE BANK
i When You Want to Move
Call Tabor 7707
: and Express Auto Truck
Life and Death
Our stock of drugs is the best and freshest we
can buy. We use the utmost care in compound
tng all prescriptions, as your doctor will (ell you.
It is a matter of conscience with us.
< MT. SCO IT DRUG CO.
BURKE’S - GARAGE
72nd St., and Millard or 55th Ave.
General Auto Repairing Supplies, Oils,
Greases, Batteries Re-cliarged
Free Battery Service
I CARRY A FULL LINE OF
JUST ARRIVED FOR FORDS -Anti Draft Shields, Coil Box,
Protectors, Foot Accelerators and Radius Rod Braces.
JUST RECEIVED —a new supply of Columbia Dry Cell
and Hot Shot Batteries.
We ! ¡¿indie Used Cars
Office Phone Tabor 6527.
Res. Phone 7468
TIE REGISTRAR, UNIVI RMTY OF OREGON, EUGENE, OREGON.
« « *
J 9436 Foster Rd. Lents, Ore. $
depends on the purity of drugs used
and the care employed in compounding
the prescriptions given you by your doc
tor Sometimes it is even a matter o'
| f ETTY’S transfer
Fur a catalogne, fTh^trated hä klet or w*r1flr
510 Hoard of Trade Building
LIABI LI TIBS
Capital etock paid in
Undivided profit,, les* expense, and
Poetal saving, bank deposit*............
Individual deposit, (object
to cheek....................................... fiV.Wi
Demand certificate, of depo,It
Cathier check, outstanding
Certified check, ...................
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A beautifai rami wt. fnrtjltiee of special
i*U. awidcm fartllti»s, ! w r<«t. with many
everylxMjy," a r**al)> «* tn-<rratir atm,mph»ra
and the Un,
tertained her nephew, Jesse
Holmen, who is employed on the
S. p. railroad. He Ims p ir-
ihusetl u ranch at Yaquinu way
where he will take his mother
to keep house for him.
United States Grain
at Portland, in the State ol Oregon, at the
close of buxine,, September 1*. 191» :
Loans and discounts
1 18S.1U0 74
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured
Bonds and warrants
Stock,, aecuritle,, judgment*, etc.
Furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned
Due from approved rewrrve batik.
Checks and other cash item«.. ..
Cash on hand. ..
Wholesale and jobbing profit«
on Mi<-h flour must not rxcrrd
75c per bbl. and retailer's prof
its must not exceed *1.25 per
Addres- all communica
te MOOLS AND DEPARTM£NT£
Th« Fnlvenity fari»!«* the Cofim of
Literature. Science and th« Art», and the
. il Kchoola of
and), Architecture, 3• CotB~
Lderatiou and Marie.
Randolph Bundy of the Brem
erton navy yard, und his wife,
spent the week-end with the
iormer’ grandmother, Mrs. D.
McKinley of 6127 Ninety-second
street. Mrs. McKinley also en-
State of Oregon.
County ol Multnomah. (
1, Sherman Harkaon. Cashier of the above
named bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement la true to the best ol my
knowledge and belief.
A Dry Cellar—Yet a Cool One
A warm cellar is a poor
tables and other foodstuffs
basements of homes heated
or the more costly systems.
Horae Ventilator Furnace
in the way of automobile supplied Mr. Car
Owner? We are here ready to serve you in
any way we can; and we know there are
many ways, for we carry everything that
the automobilist needs. Whether it be for
you or the car, we have it.
Th. Orixinal PATENTED P. p .I m . Mnd-I
J. H. Bradbury
CORD WOOD AND
HHEKMAN HAKK8ON, Cashier
Correct - Attest:
F. R. KOSTER
Subscribed and sworn to before me thl, |«th
day of September, l»l».
My commission expiree April »1. 1V40.
Yard on Foster Road
in front of Lents Library
Phone Tabor 7833
| The Lents Garage
AXEL KILDAHL, Proprietor
j Tabor 3429 Home D61
«919 FOSTER ROAI)
storehouse. I hat a why vege
cannot usually be kept in the
by the old style pipe furnace*,
Manufactured only by the HOMER FURNACE CO., Homer, Mich,
will radiate enough heat to keep the cellar free from
dampness, Tut will not detract from its natural coolness.
Vegetable* can be stored with perfect safety.
II at ia not watted with the "I lome Ventilator.” The
scientific principle of design and operation sends all heat
uni s through the combination hot- and cold-air register,
and from there it ia eVenly distributed throughout the house.
(J(.,in,*simple and safe. Doesn’t waste space and
dorsn t necessit ,te 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
Foster Road, Opp. Postolllce