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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 12, 1914)
Tremont, Kem Park and Arteta
B. A. Fegle of 63 avenue ami 72 street
will move to Springfield, Oregon.
Geo. Avery io putting up a
building at Kendall station.
Kern Park Feed A Fuel Co., lost a
valuable horse last week.
News left at tin» Arleta Ubrarj will
Mrs. M. B. Hogue «pent Hal.
! gon City.
be delivered to tlie Herald ««a«-h wwk
Mrs. John Hendricks, was elected
O. T Carter is laid up with rhuina-
Superintendent of the M, K. Sunday Usili.
Mr. Works of tv: street was buried
School last Sunday
Sunday. He had been sick a long time.
Born to Mr and Mrs. G. E Ixa-ke,
Mrs Frank Pettyjohn of Garden March 5, a lathy girl.
Ray Neal has given up hi« livery
Home i-alleil oo 63 avenue friends Tues
Mr. Rife's family of Fourth
haw moved to Middleton.
The Kern Park Fire llepaitment ie
H. l>. Jonea is building two nice
building a new “watch room.*'
A lot bungalows at 47th street and Windsor
ot new boxes are being put in in this avenue.
The Pisgah home is getting
coat of |>aint.
Mrs. Hunt ot Arleta entertained a
The M. B. Missionary society held
number of ladies Friday afternoon. The
A Öre at ■V'04 62d avenue 8. E. det-
Mrs. Mattel, of Second Ave. will go to
afternoon was enjoyed by playing 500, trove»! property valued at 1600 in the ita monthly meeting Wednesday with
Rock away.Thiinalav for a short stay.
Mrs. A. I'avis taking first prise.
home of H. P. Meyers.
Arista Assen: bly No. 338 United
Artisans will bold their next open meet
ing Monday evening, March 16, in
W. O. W. ball.
Five hundred ami
dancing will be indulged in. Light re
freshments will be served.
cents admission will be charged to pay
J. P. Finley & Son
Montgomery and Fifth St
Mr». Sarah <\x»n «lient the w«-ck en«l
Esther Wilber*, daughter of Iteri
Wesley Slimmons, supposedly lost
Mrs. C. A. Buckley of Irvington.
Wil berg, 7008, 67 avenue is seriously ill
last week has shown up at the home ot
with the measles.
an uncle in southern Oregon.
The family of Mr. 1‘alhia have rented
the Carpenter house am Mount Hcott Ave.
Ax-on Preetenline is putting in some I
Miss Either Bowman ol 4910, (>2<i
rvaideiKV inprovements at 74th St. and
street was married Sunday to Mr. B. F. Foster Road
Rotiert I Mone, now of SanFranciaco.
l^dke, Rev. Leas officiating,
is visiting friends on Fourth Ave. la»nts.
ous friends were in attendance ami
G. H Bidgood, is building a new house
many fine presents were given.
Mr. Smith’s family of Portland have
at 4306; 63 81. It will be 24x34, with
moved into the McDonnel’s home on
Mount Scott Ave.
Mr. Waterhouse, who resided at 62,1
street, died suddenly Monday morning
The IYiucees Theatre was open two
down town in his blacksmith shop. He
Mrs. t'arpenter and Mrs. Hannant. of
nights this week for lienetlt allows for
went to work in the morning feeling
Milwaukee were Mailing Lente frit-mi's
the Arleta School gartiena. Su («tamia I
good. Cause of death was due to
returns are report«-»!.
' neuralg a of the heart.
There will be a reception Friday eve
The Multnomah Sheet Metal Works
ning at tire Arleta school house to Prof.
I is now located 'in tbeir new quarters,
Newbill an»l Prof. Ball and incidental
6402 Foster road, having moved from ;
to the fact the new Dome« tic Science
6715 Footer road to th. present spacious
»tore corner 64th street ami Foster road
and is now ready for business to our
Mr. and Mr». L. O. Fellows of 7411«
many friends with a full line of g-dter,
wall pipe, furnaces, roofing, and gener i St. mourn the I om of an infant child
al tin ami sheet metel work of all kinds. t"'™ Monday night. The child waa
If you contemplate building give us a ' buried at Aurora.
call. Tabor 819.
The Mt. S»-olt fire hotiM- Engine No 31
Fire LX-pt. have no concrete floor in
»tail’s ami the menu re box has no ven
tilator, which is against the City
Phone Main 9
Chas. F. Parker
Real Estate-'Notary Public
6521 Foster Road,
Mawtbore Ave. and East 11th. St.
R. A. LEISY
62nd St and Foster Road
UP TO THE MINUTE
Phone Tabor 1280
We have the Lime. Brick, Cement, Plaster,
Gravel or Sand, alì good as the best at prices to suit
And Don’t Forget Us
wlien in need of Feed, Wood or Coal.
and Quality for all purposes
♦5906 Foster Road
lumber from us.
We furnish soft yellow fir
of the kina that suits.
Let us Show You Our Stock of
Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Sash ..Doors, Moul
dings, Paper, Roofing and Builders Hardware
Lowest Prices consistent with
worth while qualities
FOR SALE-Newspaper« for wrap
Ja» i)enburger has the bull-ling of F. ping or kindling. Mt. Scott Pub Cx>
R. Foster's new home In Liberty
FOR HALE — Furniture, Oarpet, »»»me
Heights. This property will cover a Gaa plat«-» am! oven, elw-ap Mrs. IVaan,
loundatiou 36x66, one story, bungalow Lanta.
style, modern, hot water, heat, with
MARKS, HORHEH, WAGON'S and
I p >rches, outside.
; HARNESS. Call al Grange Store.
Huff Leghorn male» for breeding,
Buff, white ami brown
legliorn wiling eggs, HOW, Ufi Ave.,
I 8. K. Tabor 3436.
BUILT TO LAST
Wilberg-Oppegard Inv Co.
Real Estate Office
6924 Foster Road
Phone Iaber 619
Phone Main 6199
FOR SALE—Thoroughbred Whit«
Plymouth R im k Eggs for hatching, 11.00
per setting of 16. A. Schuman. Isnta.
Home Ph< tie >114.
sound ami fully seaaone»!.
It cute with lees waste and
«lands aH kinds of weather.
Give us your next or<ler.
0 The Copeland Lumber Company
FOR HALE Pure Bred Rhode Island
2 Red Fg«" for haichlng, II ÜU |M-r salting
A of 16 Mr« H*nk Knulhns I
of Lents H mm Phono Mtl.
FOR SALE—A store with modern
I living rooms, including good wood
range G< mx 1 business property on Mt.
Hcott carline, corner feti» ami Nelson
street, also horse, harnea» and buggy
cheap for cash. Phone Tabor 4440.
A tire at 7Hth street and Foster Road
destroyed the resilience of Fred Quinn
Mr. Quinn waa
sick with the mumps. The home was a
complete loss. Kind neighbors came to
the family's assistance and offered them
temporary relief. The Grays Crossing
and the Tre.nont volunteer fire com
panies offered assistance but could save
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
All church, society, pen >nal and local new«
not published for profit, free; notices nt en
tertainments, conducted for profit, publiohed
at a Kc minlmun, of M words. Announce
ment« and card of tbauks, same rate
tising rates quoted on request.
Mrs. E. A. Donley of Pleasant Valley
was a Lente visitor Thursday.
15c dress Ginghams at..........
10c dress Ginghams at
15c Repplette at.......................
25c Poplin at ...........................
35c Poplin at .........................
6 l-4c Calico at.........................
8c Embroidery per yard...
10c Embroidery per yard .
15c Embroidery per yard
20c Embroidery per yard ,.
25c Embroidery per yard ..
50c Embroidery per yard ..
65c Boys Pants.........................
$1.00 Boys Pants.....................
$1.25 Men’s Pants...................
$1.50 and $1.75 Men’s Pants
$2.50 Men’s Pants...................
$4.50 Men’s Pants...................
$2.00 Men’s Hats ...................
$2.50 Men’s Hats ...................
$3.50 Men’s Hats.....................
l.(»MT AND FOUND
FOUND—Pair of eye glasses. Call at
Herald office, descritte, pay lor ad and
Li >8T— Last Thursday in Ixtnla a pure
MOKKI.L A.NK< >V«I
We iHiy and sell aeeond hand furniture
and stoves Alvonl's Furniture Store
111 Main Hl '
A. N. GARDNER
AU Goods and Work
. • \
Geo. 1‘etereon, is in Ij-nte for a visit
with home folks.
Spray Your Trees Now
Mrs. Ulen of Oregon City road en
tertained the Harmony C'Ub Wedtjrk-
You will have two or
three times as much fruit
Tom Walsh, of Webb Addition returned
to fx-nts from Salem this week wlu-n- He
has been on some contract work.
Miss Ijtsy Broad, W.C. T . U. lecturer |
anil world traveller will speak at the I
Iz-nte Baptist (,'hurch Sunday evening at
Joseph Copeland visited Hood River
the first of the week.
He repo t« the
business condition as rather quiet in
Mrs. Mary Kendall who ha« been
visiting her daughter, Mrs. F. J. Rai-
st^ji. has retorne»! to her home in
Lents Cleaning and Dye Works
We clean, dye, press and
Reasonable prices. On Main
2 doors south ot car line.
let me pa|>er «ml cloth your lion se
right, no tacks used.
A. J. Bundy is spending b-s second
week at Bu ns, Ore , on basinetM.
M. L. Deaton returned from Sandy
Wednesday, reporting conditions pros
perous in that city.
Near Post Office, f
Main St , N. of f'oater Road, Lenta, Ore.
Lime and Sulphur Spray in
25, 35, and 50c
Arsenate of Lead in pound jars 25c
Spray Pumps 40c each
Rose Spray in 25 and 50c bottles
DO IT NOW
Come and select your Garden Seeds
The Square Deal Dominates all Our
letter lu-ads, envelopes, cards, bill
beads, auction notices and posters,
dodgers, announcements, etc, at Mt.
Hcott Pub. Co., offi»*e, Lenta.__________
is th»* liam or other out
H. S. HASHIM, Prop
will come if you buy your interior finishing
Istilla ladie«, of th«- G. A. R. ami
WANTED—A go«><i reliable man or
l*o«t a ill haw an <>|>cn meeting March woman t<> solicit sotwiptions. Enquire
'Ji 8 P. M. All friends are inviu-d.
at Herrid office
Hoys mav be had and
The older ones at
Harry Foster's brother« from McMinn
onlinary wages and others to I*
ville and Hl. John spent Sunday visiting schooltMi ami cared tor In return for
Mrs. 8. E. Foster and Harry.
»light service« rendered. For |>articu-
lare address W. T. Gardner, superin
tendent Boys and Girl« Ahl Hocielv of
The H. of V. I irania tic company will I Oregon, Penland, Ore.
I have tlieir first drew reliersal Sunday
morning at ten o'clock.
FOR HALE—G«"sl young horse.
quire at Ih-rald office.
F. R. Footer of Faxon Park is num«
FOR HALE—Pure tired white Leg
beretl among those who have been In
horn risiale^ Inquire at llnrsl-l
disposed during the past week.
I LIMBER—At our new mill llg mil««
southeast <>f Kelso. We deliver lumlwr.
W. K. Lumi has sold hie Gilbert Ave. Jonsrud Bris»
store to M. M. Thoms, who has taken
FOR HALE — Silver Campine
Roosters. F. B Gohlen, I* mile south
of Lents, R D Box 303
•CHIOI <»O Matto»
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Katzky spent Sun
day with friends in Oregon City.
“FOR MAl.E" ami "W a NT" readers
Mr. ami Mrs. Herman nn<1 daughter In classified column, 1 cent |«er word
I Janie, »peat Bunday visiting Mr. and fur first Insertion; 4 cent sul>sr<|uenllv.
Watch the column (or bargains.
i Mr». Harvey Bowman.
Kem Park Feed & Fuel Company
Sat. March <th Mrs M Wilkins of
Rose City Park gave an afternoon lea
ami farewell party to Mrs. C. W. Hunt
Phone Tabor 1371
who leave« Portland within 10 days for j
Foster Road and Campbell Sta. is-nta Station, Port1 and, Oregon
I ji (’roaae Wis. Those prvnent wen-
FOR RENT—Store Room.
Mrs. Chas. F. Parker. Mrs. Shenabaun. • OOlO OuOiOlOlOi M3» OOiO OI OK» <O O I I ol Mt. Scott Pub. Co.
Mrs. Shoemaker, Mrs. Hunt, Mrs. Dooty,
FOR RENI—-Entire second floor ot
Mrs. Clark. Mrs. Cohen, The place was
Bank building, 6 rooms. Enquire at
decorated with beautiful ferns an-1
• aril ' I gMl-Mi«. JMJ'J X^MSSaMMB——«—«
folwers and many games were played.
Lovett buys and sells second hand
goods. 20fi Main St.
Mrs. H. C. Bryant and Mrs. Mary
Hill, s|M»nt Sunday with their IM-phrW,
Ratallion Chief Jay W. Stevens
while the assortment is complete
Kentucky Blue Grats in Bulk
Mixed l awn Grass in Bulk
Lawn Clover Seed in Bulk
MT. SCOTT DRUG CO
MAIN STREET AND CAR LINE
Storage Battery >
We Carry a Stock of FQRD
Parts and Accessories
Day and Night Service
Third Ave. anti Foster Road