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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 19, 1914)
Our Stock Must Go By April 1st.
That means that every pair of Men's Ladies’ and Childens Shoes in our Store has absolutely
got to be sold.
We do not intend to take it with us as we are Quitting the Shoe Business.
Did You Ever Attend a Genuine Shoe Sale??
If you never have fust drop in any time and we will show you Shoe Bargains that you
cannot duplicate any where. You do not have to buy, fust come and look.
Ladin Osa M«tal Hallo« »»d Lac« Sbo«*. B«I- MJ6 veto
Ctoriag oal Sale Prk« ..............................................................
Men. 14 iacb If I th Top Bost». R«t SAW >•»«....
I doits I’slr» Mee’» Ho«»« Slipp«r», R«g. fl.36 »sb
Tbs Fameee Marika Waaklagtoa H ihim She« lor l adle»,
both low and high lop. Vt(. $J.<• vaia li loriag osi Prie« $L2S
l adies Pai«»! I «alter. Bnttos Sho«» Rrg. U.Mial» Cloriag
oet Sai« Prive
You Can’t Equal The Above Prices on a Bet
The Modern Shoe Repair Factory
All vlnir- h. seeleUr. pars -nal an-l lin st new» I
not |>ut>lt>li«<l lor protlt, tree. noUcea of en t
Grlalnuienta. ooinluelml tor proltl, (-ubllahsU j
at • a»«' mliiimuii, ol so word».
nielli* «nd rant of thank*, asm* rate
tising rat»» quoted on re-pivai.
Dr. Hess' son, Richard, has
seriously ill this week.
Ed Hrunaell of Tremont la having a
new bungalow, 32x40, built.
Dr. Sells is recovering from a vicious
attack of (.agrippe, suffered last week.
The Copeland Lumber Company
K. A. Hrown ta having a u«*w
built at ivth avallile in Eugenia
Arleta M. E. Church hat engaged a
new choir director
Over a doten Arleta people will go to
LaPine. Crook county »oon to take up
Chas. H. Thompson of Rose City
Park called on Mr. and Mr». C. F. Par
O. A. Hoagland is building a new six
room bouse, with full baeemeut, all
modern, at 4311. 64th street.
A new lodge of Red Men is being or
ganized at Arteta. Some of the people
intending to unite with it are: Lewie
Silkworth. C F. Parker, Geo. A. Hall.
G. L. Coeineau, J. W. Finley, O. H.
Clark, R. Dohuman. R. A. Leisy, H.
J. Arne», J. C. Jordon, B. W. John and
H. B. McOotnss.
THERE IS ONLY ONE
We Sell 3 Large Loaves Hot Bread 10c
Remember the Name-BOHNA
J. P. Fin ley & Son
Hawthore Ave. and Last 11th. St.
Foster Roa-1 and Campbell Sts. lamia Station, Port*aud. Oregon
Henry Josie ie "lending a hand" at
the block at Kggiman'a market this I <*» OO Ottone* O K» Ol <»<» IO «o» o to «a I
, room . It offers amusement of a re- week.
«pet-table nature anti keep« the Iwiys
F. R. Foster ie preparing to build a
away from many of the l«i lnliuent*«»s
| of the city.
No drinking is allowed, Hue new home on his acr«*age at Lilierty
Brugger’s Bakery and that is the old Bakery on Nelson St.
and the »ports consist of boxing, sparr Heights.
If. Eide ia completing a new horn«* at
near Station, on the car line.
ing, wrestling, hand liall. etc. They
S2nd St. and 4ôth Ave. S. E
occasionally conduct a good dea » dance.
Gilbert Avenue ia to tie the better for
The officers are: H. Bush, president a tine new houae being erected by Nels
R. S. Johnson of
t'dat St. ie re and manager; Vic. Persons, vice i resi
Stale Bread 2 Loaves for 5c
building his residence.
dent; A. Simóla, secretary; Lewis
Minimum expenses enable us to sell cheaper and better
Bradbury, treasurer. They have the
Mr. St rick ro«l of Lente has returned
Tin* Taylor HuildingCo . ia putting up hall at Laurel w « xm 1, about 30x40 afford
Bakery Goods than any other. Formerly 6 years proprie
from Ohio where he has tieen visiting
a fixe room bungalow at Woodmere.
ing them comfortable »(»ace for their
his brother who has tieen very sick.
tor of this Bakery, we advertise no hot air.
activities. The membership fee is one
TRY Brugger’s Bread, TRY any other kind, you will say
C. F. Eddy of the Arleta Fuel Co., dollar, «lues only 50 cents a month.
Mr. C. A. Herman from Molalla, who
lost a valuable horse T.ieeday. dm* to
That Brugger’s Bread is the BEST
is recovering from typhoid fever visited J
ARLETA LUMBER COMPANY
his parents on Uh avenue this week.
REORGANIZES FOR BIG BUSINESS
>1" ■■■ 1
E. 8. Hottenrotli of Woodmen* i»
of the Mulino- :
completing a tire room bungalow on hi«
Bert Wilberg, well known st Lent« mah State Bank, was called to Kslso.
lots at 75th St. and .MMh Aw*.
and Haselwild lor bis connections with the last of the week by ths serious ill- !
the lumber busineos has entered into a nr»» of his brother.
Stafford and Lawrence of Arleta am larger business arrangement with C. A.
building a modern bungalow for
Oppegard, Chas. Russell, and R. F
WHEN YOU WANT LIGHT GROCERIES,
M. J. Scoville of Minot, N Dak., and
trade at 236 East Morrison.
Allen, auu has incorporated his inter-
BAKING GOODS. CONFECTIONERY, CI
eets with tiieee gentlemen: The new
GARS, FRUITS, VEGETABLES, ETC.
The Webfout Athletics an* going to [ company will have a caputalixation of
give a dance at Myrtle Park on next $60001 >, and will be known as the Wil- k-r lxw Angle« but have <l«*cide<l that.
berg-Oppegard Investment Company. Portland is good enough.
They will continue to operate a lumber
”TrTct*”r<—tothe*- keep* eight <h*liv«*ry- business at Haielwild as heretofore.
men on the road now, btwi-ie» all the Mr. Oppegard is the Prmident of the
new incorporation, Mr. Russell, Vice
mail that pma»*- through the window.
President, Mr. Willierg, Secretary and
C. A. Norwood, the Myrtle Park re Treasurer and Manager. Mr. Oppegani
pair man. issue» hie own price list an a and Mr. Allen will handle the real es
tate side of the business. They will
stimulus to business.
maintain an office in the Broadway
Building in Portland, and will s«*v to it
Geo. A. Brown has sold hie coal busi
Montgomery anil Fifth St
that the numerous new residences to be
ness to C. F. Parker, who will manage I constructed by the company titid a
it from his office.
Houses will be built
and held in readiness for buyers, or
Wtn. Schenk, a ladie» tailor from the , they will be built to suit the homeseek
Northwest Building, will make his er, and sold on a cash or installment
home at the F. A. Morgan residence on plan.
The lumber business will be held up
as usual, and all sorts of home building
Mrs. Ella Hobegg Tripp will present a | material» will tie . supplied, lumber,
j 'liusical operetta at th«* Ark*ta Baptist ! hardware, brick, lime, plaster, cement,
, i-hnrrh on Saturday evening for the ten - j and other essentials
iefltofihe organ fumi it promises to! People in Lents will be glad to hear
Phone .Main 9
of Mr. Wilberg’« busin«*M suevesaee.
, lie of unusual interest.
While Mr. Willierg was not a resident
The Wilberg-t ippegard Investment of the place long his business c >nnec-
Co., is (»Utting up two new residences on j tion« were such as to cvnirnend him to
i*i«t 4xth St., near Hawthorne. They the good will of those whom lie met and
are six and seven room bungalows. ' with whom he had any dealings. The
other gentb-men are also well and favor-
Home This company just sold a couple of I ab-v known throughout the Mt. Scott
properties at H2nd St., near 26th Are. district.
L E R C H
Phone Tabor 1371
Arleta and Kem Park News
Mrs. C. F. Parker has recovered from
a «evere illn«*»».
area fi-slur«- of till» lumlier
biisimvs. When you give
us an order you can i-onil-
>i«<ntlv rely on getting your
lumbar a little befor»* you
need it. That mean» no de
lay ill construction, no wall
ing lime that you have to
pay for Think that over.
W. E. (RMKilNS. Proprietor
LOCAL ANO PERSONAL
Mr John Krug of Dysart. Iowa, ha*
Iwen visiting for the past month with
hi» neice, Mr». W. A. Scott of 4:Ou.
6>-tli'»L F..,returning home the past wivk
in company with Ins neice. a sister of
.Mr». Scott. Mr Krug i» a prominent
member of the Oddfellow» at home, a P.
G . and whik* here took great pleasure
in ' seeing thing»” generally al all the
lodge» in town. His relative» hen* ex
pect to see him beading for Oregon X«
soon a» the »p.mg moving opens up
good in the east
< art* r» Bmiding
Save Middleman’s Profit
an-l buy your Bread al Rrugger s
Bakery. 3 large loaves of hot bread for
10c. We are now running two wagons
to town and we are selling the same
Brea-1 from house to house at 5c a loaf,
the same Bread we sell 3 for 10c here.
All our customers over town think its
the best Bread out, and yon can get it
at 3 for 1< c here
Brugger’s Bakery on the car line,
formerly Mt. 8yott Bakery. Beware of
imitation of Brorger's Bread
The Webfoot Athletic Club is an in-
Horrible Blotches of Eczema
stitution every citizen of the district
Quickly cured by Dr. Hobson's Ec
should be interested in promoting
The Clnb meets Monday, Tuesday and zema Ointment, C. P Cadwell, of
Thnieday evenings and Sunday after- New Orleans, I-a., state»: "My doctor
advised me to try 'Dr. Hobson» Ec
zema Salve.' I used three bi»»» of
Ointment and three cakes of Dr. Hob-
son's DermaZema Soap
have not a spot anywhere on my body
and can say I am cured." It will do
the same for you. Its soothing, heal-
«146 Foster Road
ing, antiseptic action will rid yon of all
skin humors. blackh*ads,
Will give you an order for a regular $1.25 Photo of
Eczema blotches, red unsightly sores
and leaves your skin clian and healthy,
yourself, FREE on presentation of this advertise
j Get a box to-dav. Guaranteed. All
ment when making a 25c purchase.
Drnggista. 50c. or by mail.
CUT THIS OUT
The R. A. Leisy Pharmacy
This applies on any order from this store and
does not require further expense at the studio.
Phone Tabor 1280
rwfXr Cksmo- Cs RMMiglM A St Mt
•I .Ml pays for the Herald one year and
three fine aluminum sauce pans—
worth $3.00. Cell or write ns your
order. The Herald.
Ice Cream, Sodas and Soft Drinks at Our Fountain
The broom factory liegun near Grays 1
Crossing will tie located at Second |
avenue and car line, where a two story,
>xtit building will be erected to take
care of the businees.
The Bright Realty Company report«
better hustnni» than for some time. I
Fair» (or the month have run to about
♦»Mb«» and an unusual part ha» been
Ugual Quality and .Make
No Stamp*. You Get the Disconnt
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JOHN MANZ, Main St. Lent«
MT. SCOTT BAKERY
I’m on the Lookout
for painting jol*s. Are you looking
for a j-aint.-r
Let «» get together
and haw a talk. I can tel) you
what it will <-o«t you. can nugg>«-t
color «clmmen ami will tell yon what
materials I use I mix my own paint
■flor - iu -I j mg the condhsom of th.*
surface to In* painted. Tin*.- eondi-
ti-ms have a direct l«-anng on the
way the paint should be mixed.
Fester R--«d N<-«r P. <1.
JOHN WACHOWITZ, Prop
Bread* Snails, Doughnuts, Pies
I and Cakes Every Morning . . . .
A Big Er
I USE PIONEER OR
Selby “Dutch Boy” White Lead
and pure linseed oil. 1 consider paint
made from these material» to In*
We Give Green Trading Stamps
l»l a« 1-0» n »< Cal « na M !n bn ■ a«b
RALPH P. LAWRENCE
KAL mi MISINO and I * l-l-.RH VN-.I6-.
The Center of Interest for
Tasty and Economic Buyers
G. F. RUSCH
Fresh Beef, Veal, Pork, and Mutton. Butter, Eggs,
Cheese and Pickles.
Our own Lard. Sausage, and Home Cured Bacon.
Full Line of Cured Meats
No Stale Goods -Everything Sanitary
MAIN ST. LENTS
We Give S. 4 H. Green Trad
In Oregon’« Most Reliable Association
Lents Su., Portland, Oregon
Oregon I Ire Relief, Oregon Merchants Mutual
Fire. American Life and Accident In
surance of Portland
( PROTECTIONJAND BENEFITS
John Brown, Gresham, Ore.
We have a fine selection of the BEST VARIETIES
»hen in need of Feed, Wood or CoeL
and Quality for all purpose*-
A full selection of all kinds of Garden Seeds always on hand
Cut Flower« and Blooming Plants
Kem Park Feed & Fuel Company
«tonfi Foster R->ad
Lents Seed and Flower Store z
Foster Road Next Door
to P. O.
And Don’t Forget Us
On Any New Suit, Ladies or Gent's.
Why pay 17 tor a na ker you can buy
for f*’> at Kenworthy ,k Co.. l«*nts.
Now is the Time to Plant
We have the Lime. Brick Cement. Piaster,
f rravel or Rand, all good a« the l»-*t at prices to suit
R. KEIL, Prprtetcr
The Herald $1.00 Pei Year