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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 12, 1914)
Doings of Our Neighbors
BRHUZY ITEMS CONTRIBUTED BY HERALD REPORTERS AT NEARBY POINTS
Kickapoo Worm Killer Expels Worms
C. J. IJttlepageof Mosier '<as looking
after his rsal estate property near here
the first of the week.
Mias Iva Reed spent Tuesday in Port-
Rylvester Evans was out from Salem
Wednesday and Thursday.
Mura Reed visited In Troutdale
Miss Osa Beanmount of Portland
was the guest of Mrs. 1. Benfield Bun
Big Kinghton, recently from Gresham,
I opened a barber shop at Corbett Hatur-
A large crowd was in attendance at
the dedication services Bunday. Three
sermons were preached during the day
and Mrs. Clara G. Eason, Htate Sunday
School missionary, gave a splendid talk
on Bible school work. There were five
accessions to the church by letter.
Rev. Ford of Woodburn gave a
i sterloptician lecture Monday evening.
W. H. Reed <u*nt Bunday in Trout-
' dale with Ids daughter, Mrs Fox.
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The spring days of last week were en-
i joyed by all.
Cot. Main ami Foator. Road
PHONE TABOR lit«
Wood and Coal
Order* Drlivenxl Promptly
Beaver State Herald
DR. JOHN FAWCETT
Diseases of Women and Children
Pacific Tabor 3214
Home Local 9111
A. D. KENWORTHY 1 CO.
L 0. 0. F. BUILDING
Main 430, Home A 4558
Dunning & McEntee
Seventh and Ankeny Street*
Alvord Undertaking Company
Lents and Kern Park
O. E. GREENLEAF, Manager
Re*. 4510 70th St S. E. Onr 45th Ave
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
Cart« answen'd day or night in any part
of the city. Qnlck Auto Service, Fine
Equipment, lavly A**i*tant,
Night Phon» R II*»
D«y Phon« Tabor 2M2
Psy Phon« hnti 3.121
Shiloh Circle No. 19, Laities of <4. A. R. meet«
tit and S<1 Saturday evening» In I. O. O. F.
hall, Lenta. Llllah Maffei, Pre»., Carrie
I Sprint Blood and System Cleanser
During the winter montbs impurities |
¡accumulate, yonr blood becomes Im-
; pure and tblck, your kidneys, liver1
; and bowels fail to work, causing so- |
i ce'lod “Spring Fsvsr " You feel tired,
weak and lazy.
spring tonic and system cleanser—is
what you nerd; they stimulate the;
kidneys, liver and bowels to healthy ac- i
tion, expel bl od impurities and restore
your health, strength and ambition.
Electric Bitters makes you feel like
new. Htart a four week’s treatment—!
it will put yon in tine shape for your
spring work. Guarsnteed. All Druggists. I
50c. and SI 00.
It. L tackles A Ce. AMetglua ar It U sh
The cause ol your child’« ills—The
foul, letld, offensive breath—The start
ing up with terror and grinding of
teeth while asleep—The sallow com*
pleaion—The dark circles under the
eves—Are sll indicatioM ot worms,
Kickapoo Worm Killer is what your
child needs; it expel« the worms, the
cause of the child's unhealthy eondi*
lion. For the removal of «»at, Stomach
and pin worm«, Kickapoo
Killer gives sure relief.
effect adds tone to the general system.
Supplied as a candy confection—child
Why pay 17 lor a rocker you can buy
ren like it.
Safe and sure relief. for $5 at Kenworthy A Co., Lents.
Bov a box today.
25c. All druggists or try mail
Let me |«int yonr house. It Will Mil
U c U rm .M m MM Cs FMa u St. LMM
quicker. Lovett, 108 Main St.
State of Ohio, city ot Toledo, I —
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that ho to
senior partner of the flrm of F. 3. Cheney
A Co., doing business In the City of To
ledo. County and Stale aforesaid, and
that said Arm will pay the sum of ONE
HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and ev
ery case of Catarrh that cannot be cured
by the uae of HALL'S CATARRH CURE.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and suhacrilied In
my presence, this Sth day of Docember,
A. D. UM.
A. W GLEABON,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
and acts directly upon the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system. Bend for
F J. CHENEY * CO.. Toledo. O.
Bold by all Druggists. 79c.
Take Ball's Family Fills for eoesUpatloo.
While frightful blixxtrd- were raging In ths Circuit C<> rt of the State of'
In the e«st. spring Hower» were bloom*
Oregon, for Multnomah t'o.inty.
ing in Oregon.
Laura I. Down, Plain iff vs J L Down,
The tint issue of the Kandy New«,
successor to the Eastern Clackamas To J. H. Down, the above named de
i fendant: In the name of the State of I
Journal, appears this week.
Rav Mur raj has gone up to Rowe to ; Oregon: You are hereby required* to
work on a road being built by Lige appear and answer the complaint filed
' against you in the above entitled CourtI
Success to the Editor ot the Herald in and cause, on or before April 24, 1914, .
hie aspiration« as a member ot the and if you fail so to appear and answer
Oregon Legialature. We need sincere, said complaint, plaii tiff vill apply to I
honest men who are not “Him-flammere" said Court for the relief prayed for in
or humbugs who are continually asking said complaint, to-wit, for a decree
themselves while in office that miser setting aside and annulling the bonds of
able interrogative “Where do I come matrimony heretofore and now existing
in?" without any regard to the interests between von and plaintiff, and that
of the people who they represent or plaintiff's maiden name, to-wit, Laura
L. Hilton, be restored to her, and for
Officials of the proposed railroad from | such further relief as may be equitable
Bull Run or Cottrell were out over the in the premises.
Service of this summons is made up
extension up to Welches last Saturday
going over the route from Bull Run to ■ on you by publication of the same, in
Welches and returning through Cherry pursuance of an order of the H norabie ;
ville and Handy. On Bunday they went T. J. Cleeton, Judge of the above-en-
up in the 3 6 country and inspected titled Court, made on the 12th day of
that immense body ot heavy timber j March, 1914,
.vhich will have to lie moved down « thereof to tie made in the Mt. Scott
Hume or logging road to the auto* road. Herald for six consecntive weeks.
Date of first publication March 12,
It it, a cinch they will not go np to
Welches on the north side of the Handy 1914.
Date of last publication April 23,
river and come up out of the Bull Run
canyon and over or through the mount 1914.
M. H. Carter and John Van Zanle,
ain between the Little Handy and big
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
The new poet office at Cherryville is
now in oi>eration and is located at the
very l>est possible piece to be obtained In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for Multnomah county.
here, being right at the Four Corners.
Five different varieties of spring 8. 8. Thomas, Plaintiff, vs
Jones and H L. White, Defendents.
flowers were found in one day by one
of the schoolchildren one <lay last week. To V. Vincent Jones and H. L. White,
the above named defendants :
Pretty goo,I for stormy March.
Old-timers say that a dry summer
invariably follow« a winter with little r,ch of you are hereby required to ap-
or no snow.
pear an*f Answer the complaint filed
Efforts are being put forth for the •»*«"•» you in the above entitled suit, I
manufactory of clothes-pins and other ou ,,r before Saturday, the 2nd dav ol
We surely have Iota of
»•«, and if 7°“ ,aU
timber and water-power going to waste, j ,nd answer, for want thereof the
; plaintiff will apply to the above en-
Another good feature of the test- I tilled Court for the relief prayed for in |
ing association is that, if rightly man-H said complaint, to wit:
aged, it furnishes all the organization I For a decree ascertaining the amount
necessary for the co-operative pur- I due (be plaintiff from the defendants
chase of feed and other supplies and I under the contract set out in the said
for the conduct of community breeding complaint, and requiring the said de
enterprises—both of which are im fendants to pay the amount found to 1« j
portant factors in more economical due plaintiff, within such reasonable
\ time as the Court mav fix in such ds-I
gree, and that if they fail to make said
The man who raised the great Jersey ! payment within said time, that they
and each of them, and all persons f
cow. Jacoba Irene, did not bother
the real property described in
about weighing and testing and sold
or in the said con-
her for about $100—the price of an
| tract therein set forth, by, through or
ordinary cow Later the proved to be
i under the said defendants or either of
worth a small fortune, setting a new
them, be forever barred and foreclosed
world's record by the production of
of all right, title, interest and equities
over 1000 pounds of butter in a year.
of whatever name or nature, in or to
I the said real property, under or by'
Daily Oregonian, Herald, McCall,« | virtue of said contract or otherwise,
Magazine and Hnneet, all for the
which «aid real property is particularly
regular price ($8 00) of the Oregonian,
described as follows, to wit: Lota num
if taken at the Herald office.
bered Nina (9) and Ten (10), in Block
Nine (9), Ivanhoe Addition to the City
Stoves, range«, furnitnre, cooking of Portland, County of Mul'nomah and
utensel« and all kinde of household Htate of Oregon, and now within the
gxxle new and second hand. I»vetts, corporate limits of the City of Portland ; I
100 Main St.
and restoring the said real property and
the title and possession thereof to the J
plaintiff; for the costs and disburse- j
Advertised letters for week ending menta of this suit, and for such other :
Manffi 7, 10141
and further relief as may lie just and |
Andre, J. H.;Cain, Mr«. L. B. ¡Cum equitable in the premises.
ming«, Elmer; Derry, Lester; Gassen,
This summons is published by order i
Mrs. A F.; Hectar, John: Harbin, Joe; of the Honorable T. J. Cleeton, Judge
Hanson, Joe; Holt, Ida; Johnsen, of the above entitled Court, duly made
Sverre; Molen, Herr A ; Norton, Mr«. and entered therein on the llth -av oil
M E.; Parkenton, G. B ; Reed, Mrs. March, 1914, and said order directing >
Emma; Rogers, Dolf; Robbins, J. B. ; publication of this summons not less
Waldmier, Mrs.; Wehater, A. W.
than once a week for six successive j
Geo W. Spring. Postmaster. weeks, and that you shall so appear and j
answer on or before the said 2nd day of j
41 89 pays for the Herald one year and
three fine aluminum sauce i pane—
Dati of first publication March 12,
worth $3.00, Call or write us i vour
order. The Herald.
Date of last publication April 23,1914.
Window glass at Lovett's, 106 Main
John Van Zante and A. H, Tanner,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Wood Work, Carriage, Wagon
and Auto Repairing
88th Street and Foster Road S. E.
All Work Guaranteed
Rea. Phone Tabor 445
The Lents Seed and Flower Store
Can Supply you with all kinds of
Seeds, Cut Flowers and Plants, at reasonable
prices. We have also nice Cabbage and Cau
FLORAL PIECES MADE ON ORDER
Phone Tabor 2139
Main St., Lenta
Remember the Name—BOHN
WHEN YOU WANT LIGHT GROCERIES,
BAKING GOODS. CONFECTIONERY, CI
GARS, FRUITS, VEGETABLES, ETC.
Ice Cream, Sodas and Soft Drloks at Our Fountain
Find Out What Best Means in
Hundreds are enjoying the result of our baking. You
can and should enjoy it, too! Make one test and find out
how delicious our bread, cakes and pies really are.
3 large loaves fresh bread 10c
LARGEST LOAF IN THE CITY
Mt- Scott Bakery
IT IS NOT TRUE THAT WE HAVE CHANGED NAMES
JOHN WACHOWITZ, Prop.
Foatei Road Near P. O.
Mill 1 1-4 miles southeast ot Kelso;
LUMBER $6 AND UP
Larg« stock of Dimensión Lumber on hand
Rough and Br u me d lumber for all purpose«
•end order to JON8RCD BROS. Boring RD 9
On Any New Suit, Ladies or Gent’s.
Usual Quality and Make
No Stamps, You Get the Disconnt
Main St. Lents -
FEA RY BROS. Inc.
We Lead—others have to follow rather than close the doors
No Collection - No Charge
Agent for Mt. Scott, Montavilla,
and Eastern Multnomah.
We Make a' Personal Call
We Buy Notes
QEORQE Q. IRVINE
Main St. a rd Foster Road.^Ients
3 of the largest loaves of hot broad for 10c
Hundreds of thousands are enjoying the result of
our baking, give us a trial and be convinced.
The Old Time Lenta Baker, Formerly the Mt. Scott Bakery
Remember we Have Changed the Name to Brugger’s Bakery
WE ARE HERE TO STAY
In Oregon’s Most Reliable Association
I’m on the Lookout
for painting jobs. Are you looking
for a painter! L“t us get together
and have a talk. I can tell you
what it will cost you. can suggest
color schemes and will tell you what
matt-rials I use. I mix my own paint
after studying the condition* ot the
surface to be painted. These condi
tions have a direct bearing on the
way the paint should be mixed.
JSli USE PIONEER OR
Selby “Dutch Boy” White Lead
and pure linseed oil. I consider paint
made from these materials to be
Oregon Fire] Relief, Oregon Merchants Mutual
Fire, American Life and Accident In-
surance of Portland
PROJECTION AND BENEFITS
John Brown, Gresham, Ore.
1st Ns Ftgws as H h Csil s«*ks M Tos «an a B m S
RALPH P. LAWRENCE
KALBOMINIMO and PAPKRHANGING
Of High Grade Whiskey
It Leads to
Low Grade Drunkenness
The Young Emancipators
We Give S. 4 H. Green Trad
Foster Road Next Door
to P. O.
Lents Sta., Portland, Oregon