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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 23, 1914)
Our Shoe Sale
tlaSo ntnlmun. ol W words Announce-
menu and cunt ol thank*, aaae rale
listas rale* quoted on reqUMI
Every Article at Cost
Mrs. Sarah Coon of Fifth Av«, is
visiting relative« and friends in Carleton.
A. A. Muck of HL Johns was in lente
a few hours Thursday morning.
Mrs. Heyting is quite ill at her home
Mr. Darnall visited friends in Gresham
aw hila on Monday evsning.
Also Make Old Hats Like New. Reblocking,
Dyeing, and Trimming Done.
Mrs. Martha Powell, ye editor's aunt,
of Pittsburg, Ore., has been visiting
ber 1-ents relations this week.
landon and his daughters
Alta and Zella were Gresham visitors
Fay Rayburn and J. A. Bundy returned
Wednesday from Molbeur to. wiiere
they each secured homesteads.
Don't overlook that Sam Hill is con
ducting his picture show now days for
the promotion of certain political
Modem Shoe Repair Factory
The graduating class of the I-ents
school has placed four memorial pic
tures in the building.
Main Street, Lents Oregon,
New Spring Styles and
George Abner, in the employ of Mr
Hubler of Gilbert, had a fainting spell
and fell back on a rock, breaking his
Dr. Fswcett set the arm
At my place, Lenox Ave., 1 block east of Gilbert Schoolhouse
Mrs. M. Rodgers of North Hains has
been visiting friends in Lenta since
Mr. and Mrs. Look of Faxon Park
left this week for their new home south
east or Gresham.
Lents, Ore., Saturday May 9
Ray Bender of old Sunnyside is re
port«! very low with dropsy of the
At 11 o'clock A. M.
Ben Hromwell, of East Foster Road is
the fatlier of a daughter born last
25-Head of Livestock-25
2 team» of Geldings and Han
6 Jenwy Yearling Heifers
weight. 26<«' and 2700 pounds
4 Young Jersey Milch Cows.
1 Registered Jerrey Bull.
1 Berkshire Brood Sow.
1 Mitehell Spring, Top Wagon
12 Milk Cans, 10 and 3 gallons.
1 Reed Cooler and tank complete
1, 3 gai. Jumbo Ice Cream Frwser
1 specially Built Refrigerator.
Some Beef Cows.
One 12 foot Counter.
1 Heavy Milburn Wagon, 3-inch
2 fiive Gallon Chums.
1 Refrigerator, capacity SOO lbs.
ed glass front, capacitySOO lbs.
Take Estacada, Boring, Gresham or Bull Run Cars, get off
The Junior Pbilathea Class of the
Arleta Baptist Sunday School held their
third monthly business meeting at the
home of Evelyn Davenport. April 7.
A large number of girls were present
and many interesting questions dis
A hike and a marsbmellow
roast are now being planned.
the business meeting was over, games
were p ayed and refreshments served,
after which the meeting adjourned.
The next meeting will he held at the
home of Moreita Howard, 662M, 37 Ave.
B. B> Visitors are welcome.
Home Cleaning; Time
Brighten Up Time
WE HAVE THE AGENCY FOR THE
Sherwin-Williams Paints, Var
nishes, Stains, etc.
Notice Of Disolution
The partnership heretofore exiting
under the Arm name and style of The
I«ents Plumbing Company has been dis-
• •Ived. Mr. M. N. <adler has retired
and all bilb due the above named firm
are payable to George Stepheson win
will continue the business under the old
Come in and let us help you figure the amount of Paint
it will take to cover your house, and show you color card
New Method Laundry
Alabastine Por Wall Tinting
FIRST CLASS WORK
is both Sanitary, Wears Well, Looks Well
For Ice Cream Sodas try our new Sanitary Ice cold
MT. SCOTT DRUG COMPANY
• INSURE NOW
In Oregon’s Most Reliable Association
We Give S. 4 H. Green Trad
Oregon Fire Relief, Oregon Merchants Mutual
Fire. American Life and Accident In
surance of Portland
PROTECTION AND BENEFITS
John Brown, Gresham, Ore.
Foster Road Next Door
to P. O.
Lents Sta., Portland, Oregon
Foli HALK—Pure bred white Leg
horn rooster. Inquire at Herald office.
FOR SALE—Newspapers for wrap
ping or kindling. Mt. Scott Bub. Co.
HO acre ranch, house and harn In
belli», to party who will clear 2% acres
each year J. T. Aitken
LUMBER—Al our new mill 1M miles
southeast of Kelso. We deliver lumler.
FOR HAl.E—A lew settings of Cam
b. mile south
pine egg» tt fiO for 16.
lents station on Johnson Creek. Route
2 Box »«, F. B Golden.
Buff l^gtiorn males (or breeding,
Buff, white ami brown
leghorn setting rggs.
m 022, <6 A vs
S. E. Tabor 3436.
letter heads, envelopes, carda, bill
heads, auction notices and |>oatere,
■ lodgers, annonncemenla, etc, at Mt.
Hcott Pub. Co., office, ÌA>nla.
FOR SALE—Thorough bred Whit«
Plymouth Rock Eggs for hatching, *1.(0
per selling of IA. A. Schuman, lenta.
Home Phone »14.
FOR SALE—Pure Bred Itlinds Island
Red Eggs for hatching, 41 Ol) per setting
of 15. Mrs. Frank Hnnftins I 4 mile east
of lents. Home Phone 4621.
FOR RENT—Store Room.
of Mt. Scott Pub. Co.
FOR RKNT :—4 Room Motions hou**,
yards, chicken house, garlen, on (enter
St. and 6lh Ave. Enquire Heraldoflan.
Mrs. R. Keil, Main St, Lents, Oregon
Agent for Tunner-Honwfirt M Company
Manufacturer ami Importer, West Hotiokcn, N. J.
LOUT ANII rol'ND
I.OHT— White Nanny goat.
Box il, lents. Re want
LOST:—Two lente Volunteer Fire
Department badge» on Main Strret of
lienta. Finder pieaac return to Chief
Nice collection of new samples at reasonable prices.
Obtainable to buy, wild or Improved
farms, ranch ami city property or re
move incumbrance therefrom Special
privileges and reasonable terms.
proposition, address Finance llept.,
1627 Busch Bldg., »alias. Tains.
School Girls get your Graduating Dresses Ordered Now
BUILT TO LAST
is the liarn or other out
sound and fnlly seaaon«l
•LM) pays for the Herald one year and
three fine aluminum sauce pane
worth |3(K). Call or write ua your
order. The Herald.
Card of Thanks
stands nil kinds of weather.
We desire to express our thanks for
the sympathy and kindness of our
friends and acquaintances during the
sicknetw and death of our twy, Ralph.
Respectfully,Mr. and Mrs. M. 8. Little-
Give us your next onier.
Dsily Oregonian, Herald, McCall,a
Magati ne and Sunset, all for tbs
O)) of the Oregonian,
if taken at the Herald office.
It cuts with less waste and
The Copeland Lumber Company
Phone Tabor 1371
Foster Road and Campbail Sts. lents Station, Port1 and, Oregon
Here is your chance to get Seeds and Plants for your garden
It is now time to plant Gladolius and Dahlia bulbs
Buy at The Lents Seed and Floral Store
Do It Now While the Weather is Good
Ice Cream, Sodas and Sott Drinks at Our Fountain
I»r. Geo. Pardey and wife of Blairs
town. Ia, spent last Sunday with Mm. I
Hogue. Dr. Pardey and Sire. Hogue
were schoolmates at the McPh«-rw»n
Normal College, of Republican City,
Nebr. a quarter of a century ago.
The best time of the year to paint inside or out, is the
Spring, no dust, gnats, or flys, etc.
WHEN YOU WANT LIGHT GROCERIES.
BAKING GOODS. CONFECTIONERY, CI
GARS, FRUITS, VEGETABLES, ETC.
The Tremont Fire Department is
preparing to give on«- «grand big
unparalled Fourth of July Celebration
The Woodmere ban»- Hall team have
been victorious twice this week. I>efeat-
ing Woodstock nine Monday evening,
and winning the laurels from the lents
team Tues, evening.
W. S. Wood,
Remember the Name-BORNA
Mrs. S. C. Bryant and little grandson,
' Ikinnahi Ellis have gone to Falls City.
Oregon to siwnd a month in visiting
relatives and friends.
Auctioneer. Vancouver. Wash.
Gilberts Crossing talent will turn out
. a snappy little play Saturday evening,
"Si Slocum's Country Store. ’
lent» people are to be treated to an
art show this week. one of the teachers
having secured the loan of a valuable
Terms Cash, or Will Take Bankable Notes
Sale Rain or Shine, Free Lunch at Noon
at Ramapo Station, go one block North.
C M. Dolson.
Hyatt of Grand Rapids,
Mich., is visiting bis sister, Mrs.
WANTED—Boys mar tie bail and
The older unse at
ordinary wages ami others to lie
schooled and carisi for In return (or
slight *«rvices rendered. For particu
lars a<i<lrese W. T. Gardner, superin
tendent Boys end Girls Aid Society of
Oregon l'uri land .< >i ■
FOR HALE—Good young huras.
quire at Harald office.
Phone Tabor 4141
Mrs. W. E. QOQGINS
E. G. Deuker is building a new bouse
on the Foster road east of Bucklsy
WANTED:—To engage 'Al families
from I a ’ ii I s to pick hope on my (arm
near Sherwood- - Write for full infor
E. E. Rogers, Itli 2. Sher-
Always Welcome, Call In
Archie leonard, one of the candidates
for sheriff was circulating campaign
documents in l.eut» Monday.
W. E. Goggins, Prop.
Every Hat Trimmed by Exper
ienced Milliner, “no apprentice’’
F. A. Farnhaiu and two youngest
children left for Michigan last Friday.
Childrens School Shoes
WANTED—A good reliable man or
woman to solicit »utwiplion».
nt Herald office.
Ladies, Boys and Girls Hats, Velvets, Ribbons,
Flowers and etc.
Mrs. Applegate is building a new
house at fitli Ave. ami Foster Road.
and Misses Shoes
•FOR HALE" and "WANT’ readers
in clasaltlad column, 1 cent |>er word
for drat Insertion;
Watch the column tor liargalns.
If there Is any one lu lente that
wants washing dons phone Talior 1010.
C. 8. Bradford ami wife are parents
of a on born last Friday.
and watch your garden grow
Wood Work, Carriage, Wagon
and Auto Repairing
<Wth Street and Foster Road S. E.
Will have a nice assortment of Bedding Plants for hang
ing baskets and porch boxes
PhoM Tabor 2130
Main St., Lents
All Work Guaranteed
Res. Phone Tabor Ufi
We Lead -others have to follow rather than close the doors
A. N. GARDNER
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 Lent. Baker, Formerly the Mt. Scott Bakery
AU Goods and Work
Remember we Have Changed the Name to Brugger'a Rakery
WE ARE HERE TO STAY
Near Post Offi<>e,