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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 11, 1919)
Mr. und Mr». F. (.'. Berry, of
Ö9Q8 4flt'i avenue S. E., have
recently Imd a» house gue»t th •
former!» mother, Mrs. Berry, of
Oakland. Cal. Mr». Berry re-
turned home last week.
dinner in honor of the birthday
of it frirnd, Mr». Love. Those
present wrrr Mr. mid Mr». Col-
fey, Mr. mid Mr». Love, Mr.
mid Mr». Sandstrom. Robert end
Vivimi Love und Zoe Sunders.
Donald CoIvey, »on of M.
end Mrs. George Colvcy, 7820
BBth avenue S. E., who recently
underwent mi opcrulion nt the
Good Sniiinrltmi hoM|iltnl, ha»
recovered quickly mid is now In
Next Sunday morning nt 11
o'clock Mr». J. J. Hmidxnker,
the pastor, will u»e for her sub
ject "Global Christianity/* At
(I o'clock she will lend the In
termediate Enilcpvor society, the
Mr», w. o, Boon. 8980 Kith topic being "Bible Study/*
avenue S. E , U entertaining
Mr. mu! Mr». Floyd Jordan, of Millard Avenue Presbyterian
Mr, mid Mrs.
Jordon rrived in Portland the
first of the week mid are tour morning Rev. W. Lee Gray, pas
ing the northwest. Mr. Jordan tor, will speak on "The New
Day.*’ At 7:80 hi» subject will
■* 1» a nephew of Mr». Boon.
lie "Goods Returned.’’
George Snider, who iins been
ill at hi« home at 1118 7ilth
Still Moving . . K
»trecl S. E, 1» convalescing
»lowly but «ntisfnctorily.
ROSE CITY VAN
account of the condition of hi«
heart Ilin physician require» ab
The One-Way-Charge Company.
solute quiet mid rest, and u
See Us For . . .
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Sanders,
<1212 90th street S. E., recently
WOOD AND COAL
Tab. 1424 PHI
8228 Foster R<1
Is there something you need in the follow
ing list for the coming New Year?
Prompt, careful and efficient attention.
* given to every detail
The Mt Scott Herald
Phone: Tabor 7824
5812 92nd Street
Besides fstbertn; the tunoos doctrine
bears Ms name. PreMdeot James
Monroe always preached conservation by
His keetuess made the Louhiaua
Every groat mar says that banking is
the bulwark of this country.
City of Portland Receives
Every business ituin. every man, every
woman, should have a bank acconot
Have you ooe?
If you haven’t, atari with ns today.
SIX GARY TRUCKS
4 percent paid on time deposits
For Fire Bureau
MULTNOMAH STATE BANK
SHERMAN HARKSON, Cashier
Lents Station -
Give your Battery a Chance
to get its "Second Wind”
1YIGIIT now, after the hard service
Aw through the summer.
know what hot weather and long night
drive« take out of a battery, you can
appreciate the need of a "tuning-up”
for the fall season with its early dusks
and sharp mornings. Our
GARY TRUCKS PURCHASED BY THE QTY OF PORTLAND FOR THE FIRE BUREAU
goes a long way toward "keeping a good
battery good." Take advantage of it now.
If minor repair’ are needed, let us save you
money by making them now. We do care
ful. conscientious work, using Gould parts
including the famous Dreadnaught Plates.
think the I'.nuld Hatt+ry
it ihr hetl in the world.
Next timt you need a new
hatwry, let ut tell you why.
Gary Coast Agency
Phone Broadway 2162
8919 Foster Rond
BATTERY WITH HIE
AXEL KILDAHL, Proprietor
Tabor fl 12!)
The passing of the horse proves the economy of operating by trucks;
twelve horses to be disposed of by the City of Portland for the twentieth ’
century fire equipment. The fire fighting apparatus will be installed at
the Municipal Shop of the City of Portland.
The city held competitive tests for trucks that would be best suited
for strength and hill climbing under loaded conditions and speed on the
level and the GARY won. This was a decisive victory for GARY trucks
’ * for the coppetition was open and all dealers were invited to compete.
The GARY “Ten Point Test" truck is composed of standard units—
Buda Motor, Brown-Lipe Transmission, Tuthill Titanic branded springs,
Parrish and Bingham cold pressed steel frame.