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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 19, 1914)
Doings of Our Neighbors
Sand and Gravel at
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LOCAL AND PERSONAL
ITfMS CONTRIBUTED BV HERALD REPORTERS AT NEARBY POINTS
62 Hl. anil 45th Av«., 8. E
and Made to Order
J. P. Nordin
Rose City Van
Makes all points between Portland
and l^nts on Mt. Scott Line.
F. W. Tussy, Manager
Aak to« Roae City Van
Cor. Main au<l Foster^Road
PHONE TABOR 1688
Wood and Coal
Orders Delivered Promptly
Temple of Economy
Heaver State Herald
_________ __ __________
DR. JOHN FAWCETT
Diseases of Women and Children
Pacific Tabor 3214
Home Local 2111
A. D. KENWORTHY & CO.
I. 0. 0. F. BUILDING
I aster Moll is having a new six room
Harbingers of spring,
MI» h la'lia Giltlwt, who has
been cottage built on East Foster road.
WANTED—A good reliable man or
Birils ar« singing, frogs ars croskiug, nursing at Troutdale has returned to her
woman to solicit stibsciptions. Enquire
at Herald office.
and grass is growing.
Mrs. Marvin Hedge has been the
Mrs. Mary Murray, of Ridgefield Wash,
Il Is hardly lo lie expected that
WANTED—M¡mils aged woman, to
■ do house work and live at home. Call
Mill 1 1-4 miles loathe wi of Kelso.
spring ha arrived In reality, but it
I at Herald office for information.
looks like it in gaxing around over the last week.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Will Wood
Next Friday evening there will be a
field» and at the bursting buds and the
tie had and :
Itaaket ball game between Ute Orient
sometimes girls. The older ones at !
school team and the Grealiam team
ordinary wages > and others to ba
Fox A Prldemore of Handy moved up
Miss Harriet Alexander, of the Dalle«,
R. Leslie of 7919 64th avenue 8. E. ie alight services rendered. For particu
to Government Camp the first of the
was a Gresham visitor last Saturday.
building a ree id enee 26i26, one story. lars address W. T. Gardner. superin LUMBER $6 AND UP
week where they will begin prepara
Lars« «tock of Dimension Lumber on hand
tendent Boys and Girls Aid Society of
Rev. Wire visited his parents at New
tions for the eeaeon’s business. Their
Rough and Dreued lumber for all purpose«
Oregon, Portland, Ore.
II 8. Hashim is making alterations
fine new hotel, flniehed with Alaska
«•nd order lo JON8RUD BROS. Borins RD>
D. J. (July, who itaa been working at in hie buildinc co be can use tbe upper
cellar, tbs finest timber In the country,
contains 40 rooms and the attic holds Manzanita beach for some time, has re floor for dry goods.
The best values in home furnishings at
FOR SALE—Good young horse. In lowest prices—Kenworthy & Co.. Lente.
fio single beds for a rush or boom turned an<i reports fine weatlier at the
season. Business at thia hotel Is in beach.
Mr. Howe of (.ente, who epent tbe
creasing yearly as mors and mors peo
Mrs. Bernice Hedgast. of Portland, is winter le Han Diego, Cali!., haf re
FOR SALE—Pore bred white Leg
ple are climbing Mt. Hood each return visiting at the home of Iw-r uncle John tornad borne.
horn rooster. Inquire at Herald office.
ing year. Lumber is already on tbe Brown.
FRESH COW — for sale. Inquire of
ground for erecting a good substantial
Tbe little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Hazen 264 Campbell Ht. Lenta.
Harry J. Pulfer, former book-keeper
warm house at tbe «now line where for fz-wis Khattuck has purchased Bragg M. B. Hogue is recovering nicely Irom
gueete and tourists can lie kept com and Duncan’s grocery store.
FOR SALE—Newspapers for wrap
a severe attack of cold.
ping or kindling. Mt. Scott Pub. Co.
fortably over night for the climb in the
Second avenue is having a lot of ten
LUMBER—At our new mill 1J< miles
CHICKEN TALK FROM
Petitions are being circulated for re-1
inch main distributed down its length southeast of Kelso. We deliver lumber.
moving all the racks snd hatcheries
I from the main line on Foster road.
■ along the Handy river aa people above
FOR SALE—Silver Campine
Hprout some oata for green food. Tbe
Í hero complain that they are getting no
Roosters. F. B. Golden,
more fish like they did formerly, and hens like them best that way.
of Lents, R. D. Box 303.
Beef scrape get more eggs thsn red
that the present artificial way is mostly
AU Goods andJWork
their home Monday evening.
FOR SALE—Good family horse,
humbug. Men who have worked in ' pepper and dore not hurt the hens.
buggy, and light wagon. Inquire of
these hatcheries, yke Frrnk Htone and ' Eighty eggs per ben is the average.
Joe Wall, aay the salmon fry wwhen re- Better bene and thougbtln) handling
Near Poet Office,
one year, one dollar.
FOR SALE:—Four Burner Gas Stove,
>|W things will raise the average.
leaaed are the moat helpll
Healey legs is ceased by a mite which
: imaginable Being used to hi
»Ki fall a succumlM to a doee of sulphur and lard,
¡ food given to them they sc
Rslph P. Lawrence and a neighbor
MARES, HORSES, WAGONS and
by the name of Link had an altercation
victim to starvation or to their numer- creolin, carboliueum, or zentdeum.
Call at Grange Store.
Begin tbe season well by having yonr on north Main street Saturday evening HARNESS.
i oua enemies.
FEARY BROS. Inc.
Hix different parties are expected out
Buff Leghorn males for breeding,
. this week from Portland to settle on sprayed with creosote or carbolineum. badly cut up. Mr. Link being the
prize stock. Buff, white and brown
i railroad land south and west of town. Lice and mites are especially bad in smaller of the two men. used a knife in leghorn setting eggs. 8022, «5 Ave.,
I On soma of the quarter sections there
8. E. Tabor 3426.
I are more then 6600 > worth of cedar logs
J and stube and there is a down hill pull
No Collection No Charge
beads, auction notices and posters,
all the wsy to a goo I road along which as those of older birds. Their eggs are
Agent for Mt. .Scott, Montavi Ila,
, there will be a good logging railroad usually smaller than those of older hens
Scott Pub. Co., office, Lents.
and Eastern Multnomah.
built. Why do we allow these greedy and as a consequence cannot supply the
FOR SALE—Thoroughbred White
corporations to continue in holding up food for ss large a chick.
Mrs. Svenski has been entertaining Plymouth
We Make a Personal Call
Rock Eggs for hatching, 11.00
lx»ok out for rata. Rats like chicken company during tbe past two weeks.
i the government?
per setting of 15. A. Schuman, Lents.
as well as you do and a few rata can
Home Phone 2014.
When the Revolution began George
clean up a hatching in a day or so.
We Buy Notes
Washington and wile were the wealth-
Select eggs from the ben that has pro
FOR BALE—Pure Bred Rhode Island
: iset people in the colonies, being eeti- ;
Red Eggs for hatching, 61 00 per setting
duced the most. That is the only way
mated worth ♦l.Ooo.tMk) a vast fortune
GEORGE G. IRVINE
of 15. Mrs. Frank Snuffins 1 % mile east
to build up a good strain of layers.
of Lents. Home Phone 4621.
in that day and yet that noble charact-
The big eater may not be a big la ver,
I er did not hesitate to put it io jeopardy
LOST AM> FOUND
but tbe big layer may be a big eater.
j together with his life and east in his lot
Main St. ard Foeter Road.£Lents
Look out for that. Thin out tbe big record run to Lents Saturday,
or STOLEN—A horse collar,
1 w th the struggling people in their as
eaters unless they pay for their board.
bames and tugs, were probably taken
pirations for liberty and justice. What
Here is where the trap nest pays for by a local team, required seven Wednesday evening, during the fire,
a man tie was I We ought to lie proud—
minntes to cover the distance. The from the corner of Main and Marie
and we are proud—that we are the eons
apparatus is much in demand streets. They should be returned to
A filthy, damp roost will probably re
tbe fire house, or information reported
of those illustrious sires.
sult in enfeebled birds. Tbe chemical since tbe additions have been made Frank Raybarn. Thev belong to the
I poisons arising from damp, decaying
Gray’s Crossing V. F. D.
droppings will subject your birds to
Joe Lockwood of 59th street and 72,
disorders, colds and disease.
is building a new 28x28 bungalow.
Don’t feed the young chicks too
We buy and sell second hand furniture
R. Jonsrud and family, Miss Izimor- much. It were better to give them food
Mrs. Fred Foote has been seriously and stoves. Alvord’s Furniture Store
reaux, R. E. Jarl and M. Kliggl and I oftener, and not so much at a time.
ill this week.
111 Main St
family* attended the entertainment at Overfeeding leads to indigestion and
Mrs. C. E. Goetz, formerly of Lenta,
Kandy Monday night, by Della Crowder crop troubles
The Morrison Lumber Company is ie organizing a music class, vocal and
.Miller. It was indeed a rare treat to
Give the hens some milk to drink.
instrumental. Phone Bellwood 330 for
listen to this literary artist’s interpreta i Feed them sour milk occasionally and putting a new inclosure about its information.
tions Irom "Ben Hur.”
give them a mess of clabber or curds
Daily Oregonian, Herald, McCall,s
Our school celebrated Hl. Valentine's once in a while.
Magazine and Sunset, all for tbe
day with a Valentina box. and after
A little salt and slacked lime in the
regular price (66.00) of tbe Oregonian,
wards a lively debate by Mr. Purcell’s chop will do them good and supply bone
pupils on the unsettled question: "Who and shell meterial not found in the food •8-----------------------------------------------------------88 if taken at lhe Herald office.
and sells it for
The citizens of Woodmere have con
deserves greater honor, Lincoln or usually given.
less than others
The cockerel that crows first is likely
Advertised letters for week ending
Jonsrud Bros, and A. Hkogan are
Februrarv 14 1914:
building an outlet road along the line | him for your breeding pen next year. tion to the school bouse, thus supplying
Cockle, Mr. Roy; Ellis, Mrs. J. E.;
McNeil Bldg, Main St, Lents
between their land, which will open up
Rolf; Kline, Mrs. J. A.; Kamp,
young chicks warm as not to overheat | ly indebted to Mr. Frank Melvin, presi
the country ill that direction.
Park, Mrs. Willie; Smock, Mrs.
I them. There ie really less likelihood of dent of the Woodmere Parent-Teacher’s
Mrs. W. H. Hutchinson has returned
Association for inaugration and com Ella; Williame, Bert; Woodard, Mrs.
home from the hospital.
warm the chicks will scatter out if com pletion of the enterprise. The f. R. M. A.; Williams. Mrs. B.
Martin Mikelson was married re fortable. But chilling develops a cold W. very generously furnished the grav
Geo. W. Spring, Postmaster.
Born to Mr. ami Mrs. Lewis Haugr
The King of AU Laxatives
not all corporations are “goalees”
him, February 16th, a son.
For constipation, use Dr. King’s New
A contributor to Farm and Fireside Eight new residences have been erected
Life Pills. Paul Mathulka, of Buffalo,
re|>orts the death of a hen that she in this tract during tbe winter.
Rev. O. W. Taylor of St. Paul’s N. Y., says they are the "king of all
had had for twenty-three years and
that seemed to be about two years Episcopal Church vill preach next Sun laxatives. They are a blessing to all
88------------ —---------------------------------------- 88 old at tbe time she tiought her. She day at 4p.m.—the anniversary of the ■nv familv and I always keep a box at
The regular meeting for Columbia estimates that \while in her possession birth of Washington—a sermon aporo- home.” Get a box and get well again.
Grange was field Sat. Feb. 7th with a this hen laid in the neighborhood of priate for the occasion. We hope to Price 25c. At Druggists or by mail.
H. E. Iscklen A Cs. HuliHipAia ar at. lasts
very good attendance, A Temperance 7.500 eggs. Rarely do representatives see a full house. For in this day of
of the chicken family attain a greate" "graft and fraud" tis good to "look
jirogram was presented by the lecturer,
age than twelve or fifteen years.
back” to the lives of Washington and
Whitewashing the interior of the
and W. R. Knight, wrote a very good
Lincoln for inspiration. We wish every poultry house wdN noi rid it of lice
pa|x-r explaining the Currency Bill anil
church in the land would observe the unless a little carbolic acid is added
the Regional Banking business was dis
$100 Reward, $100
Pioneer. to the wath.
___ . paper wifi be day in a similar manner.
cussed, Mrs. J. T Rea nnd Miss Ethel
S leased to burn that titer. s c.t 1-
Smith played an instrumental Duet, rcadi-d «liEeasc
disease th -.1 sc e:ice I.as l> <n
to cure In all I.a r..i;t3. and i.utt I j
and Mrs. C. E. Smith, Ethel and Mrs. J. able
Catarrh. 1! 1**8 i J
o 11 " e on y
T. Ren sung a trio, the Hawaiian Song, positive cure n»w 1 i . i lo tiio nied.c.l
fraternity. Cat rrh L
n c .„tltuilon I
"Aloha Oe ’’
disease, requirt t n can-: ,;:u ! >n ;1 treat-
Rev. Ruder, of Portland, preached to ternally. actlnt c cc.’y i i pa:i I j t' ti'.in
j Id icd
an atu-ntave audience Sunday morning and mucous curfaws < * t’ ;a s •«•cm. ihcre-
by dectroyln-r t e fot. «;
i , f the di;-
ense. end g v*ng t'e p tl it r-renrrth by
tip t':a «onatttntlon nnd asatsttnt
Rev. Thomas Robinson, of Fairview building
nature in c'fng l‘t work. The proprietors
was calling in this vicinity Monday. hnve so much fifth In 1‘e curative pew-
they o'"', r O-o Hundred Dollars
Frank Rei-tl s at the Good Stimarti n for that
nny case tl' t It frits to cure. Send
list cf testimonials.
hospital suffering from the efleets of a for
Ad.lre," F. J. ft:'.’ >■ A CO., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by nit DruR-Ttst", T'c.
Take Halt's "'amity rills for constipation.
Miss Anna Benfleld returned from
A Winter Cough
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Buxton were
A stubborn, annoying, liepressing
in Portland Monday.*
We Carry a Stock of FORD
R. P. RaMtniwolen, sold several of cough hangs on, racks the Imdy,
his Jersey cows to a man near Gresham.
Parts and Accessories
W. R. Knight was in Portland Monday. serious results. The first dose of Dr.
Mrs. Lucy Kincaid, hail a f'ne young King’s New Discovery gives relief,
Day and Night Service
Henry D. Sanders. of Cavendish, Vt.,
sow killed by the train last week.
Mrs Albert Fox and baby, visited was threatened with consumption,
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Reed after having pneumonia. He writes:
"Dr. King'a New Discovery ought to be
F. C. Reed was in portland on buslnaw in every family; it i-* certainly the beat '
medicine for coughs, cnida or lung
trouble.’’ Good for children’s coughs.
Lewis Benfield, who holds a position Money hack if not «atl-fled. Price 60c.
The Young Emancipators
with the Fin- Dept, was visiting relatives and $1 <0. .At all Drnggista.
Third Ave. and Foeter Road t
H. I. (KklM A Cl HUIlMlDhU (T It. LWH
in this vicinity Wednesday.
l^nts Phones .... Tabor 1424
Home B 6111
A. N. GARDNER
Freight, Express, Baggage and all
kinds of Transfer Work.
Lenta Office •
Watches Clocks and Jewelry
Mails at the Lents postoffice arrive
and depart as follows:
“FOR HALE” and "WANT’’ readers 6:0h A. M.
Moore A Co. are putting up three new in classified column, 1 cent per word
/or first insertion;
cent subsequently. 12:40?. M.
houses on Liberty Heights.
Watch tbe column for bargains.
3:10 P. M.
5:20 P. M.
Main 430, Home A 4558
Dunning & McEntee
Hevenfh anti Ankeny Streets
Shiloh Circle Mo. I», ladite» of <1. A. H. meets
lai an,l 3d Saturday evening" In t.O. O. V.
hall. Uni". Llllah Mallet, Pros., Carrie
Of High Grade Whiskey
It Leads to
Low Grade Drunkenness