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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 11, 1914)
C. Q Wiley la enjoying a visit from
hie daughter and family from Scio.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Thoa. Kerns and wife are j-arants
All ekurrh. society, personal and locai news of a son born the first of the week.
noi pnMIshed lor proSl. tre». notlcea of sn
lertainwenu. condurteli lor prvSt. publlshed
al a Me sslnlmun. ol SO «orda Annou acre
Mia« Carol Hogue haa aecuied th«
menu and eard ol thanks. asme rate Adver
contract for th« next year aa teacher of
tising rateo quoted on reqneet.
the Riverside school, south of Portland.
Mr. and Mr». Miller of Park Avenue
are parents of a daughter born Saturday.
Lente playgrounds have the promise
of a number of good lights in th« near
J. D. Lee left for St. Paul, Minn., a future.
few days since to attend the wedding of
Mrs. Grace Chapman was taken to
the hospital this week for an operation
Mm. Ringlee of Bellroee. was the for appendicitis.
subject of a serious operation on the
Fourth of June.
Mrs. J. O. Holt and his daughter
Vesta, from Eugene. and Rev. J.
Mr and Mm. Iwaceon of Tenth Avenue Stanford Moore from Willamina are
and Iseeer Stress, are parents of a boy. visiting Rev. W. Boyd Moore of 9th.
born Wednesday morning.
Avenue this week.
Mr». Alford of Dundee Oregon carne
to Lenta for an operation for appendiciti»
ai Dr. Fswcvtt’s office, on thè eight.
Lents vaa represented at Wednesday
afternoon’s panale by a finely docorated
Auto-truck filled by one of the Evan
gelical Church Classe«.
The Mt. Scott Drug Company ha«
offered its refreshment department to
the “Philo Christie Class" of the Evan
gelical Church for Friday the 19th.
The Alvord Furniture Company at
Lenta will discontinue it« buainew. the
stock being consolidated with the 87th.
A Piano Opportunity
We find ourselves in a position
where we are forced to raise a
large sum of money in a short
time. In order to accomplish
this we have greatly reduced the
price of every piano and player
piano in our store.
You can get a dandy little
W’eber for $150, another for $125
and another for $65. If you are
interested in a piano that anyone
can plav you can find them here
at prices from $335 and up.
Terms tc suit your convenience.
Soule Bros., Piano Co., 388
Mise Flora and Mr. Isaac Gingrich
had for their guests Sunday, their
Packing ths Present.
cousin. Miss Florence Miesse of Pasa
Tissue paper, excelsior or finely cut
dena, Cal., and Mise Marie Mix of paper wlU prove the best material to
fill in all space, making it Impoealble
for the Christinas gift to be broken.
F. M. Campltell has sold his business
at Lente Junction to P. A. Leipzig,
Mr. Campbell and family have gone to
live at Cantas, Washington, where he
will engage in business.
Rev. H. C. Baker and wife of the Sell
wood N’azarine Church entertained at
their home Tueeday evening at a six
o'clock dinner. Mr. Isaac Gingrich of
' ente and hi» sister, Miss Flora, and
their cousin, Miss Florence Mieese of
paeadens. Cal., were preeent, who with
i pas or and wife, were all formerally
in Ohio. The evening was spent
ery pletsar.tly at their borne, watching
the fireworks at the Oaks.
T raoc M arks
Anyone Modlnf a Dkotrb and dwertption may
qutekly Mcertain our opinion free wbecber an
invention ta probably patentable« Communloa-
tk>nattrtctlyo>nOder:'.laJ HANDBOOK on Patent«
•ent free. Oldest areney for ncunnf patenta.
Patents taken tnrouah Munn A Co. receive
tpeeto« nofte«« without charre. In the
Bulletin No. 174. lately '«sued by the
Vermont experiment station, telle of
the prevention of eontagtoua abortion
by the nee of methylene blue, 1 luring
the (mat year the station baa fed thia
preventive to ninety-two cows that
were infected with the disease, amt
only one atairted. Methylene bine la
a strong antiseptic. which la absorbed
by the blood aud la then given off
through the kidneys While in the
blood It kills the genua of abortion. It
may he give* to the cows infected In
their grain or allage or In capeulee.
Front one third to one half ounce Is
given night and morning for a week
early In the pregnant period. Following
thia at Intervals of every" four weeks
this dosing Is npaatel imtll calving
A week-» medicine costa about
70 ■ ent«, the chemical costing *2.00
per laiiind. The medicinal grade of
methylene blue to used In the treat
Cwgbt tad CsMt Vtakn ttw Spltm
Continued Coughs, Colds and Bronchial
trouble« are depressing and weaken the
system. Loes of weight and appétit« gen
erally follow. Get a 60 ct. bottle of
Dr. King'« New Discovery to-day. It
will stop your cough. The first dose
helps. The best medicine for Stubborn
Coughs. Colds and all Throat era! Lung
Troubles. Mr. O. H. Brown, Muscatine,
Ala., write«: “My wife was sick during
the hot summer months and I honestly
believe Dr. King's New Discovery
saved her life." Good for children. 50 eta.
*1.00, at your Druggists.
General Machine Shop
All Kinds Repairing
Gasoline Engines A Spebialty
Lawn Mowers Sharpened, and
Saws filed and etc.
AROUND Hit COUN IY
Failure of the promoter» ol th» Mull-
aonish Central to build a road Into
Barn I y ha» led to a suit on the part of a
numlwr ol farmer» of that part of the
country to regain th» right-of-way they
had donated for the road. The temiti
of *.Vkk> has beaa retut ued.
Multnomah County on llie Rejmldican
Stale Central Ctanmittoo,
The Gresham High Sehool graduating
exercise were held Friday night iu the
high school auditorium. John Honey,
Emelie Andenton. Mary Cathey, Viola
Dinger, Nellie Faris, Elsie Metzger.
Evelyn Metzger, l «alte I Metzger, Olive
Merrill and Addie Quensinl«*rry re-
cetre,I high school diplomas
M H. Billman, of the Stale Normal
Schoo), delivered the address to the
The general programme was:
<« Morn, Arise," girls' chorus; invocation,
D. A. Cathey; selection, high
Tailoring and Dressmaking, Childrens
school orchestra; “laughter of May" sewing st reasonable prirss.—Tabor 4678,
an<l “Soldiers’ Chorus.” mixed chorus cor. 9th and Marie, Lente.
Wait till the clouds roll by.
Nobody talking about the danger
of forest fires at this stage of the game.
One thing certain, and that is the
grass and grain are growing at a great
Mies Percy Watkins, a teacher at Ash
land, Oregon, is spending her vacation
with her brother, Howard Watkins,
on the hill north and east of town.
Now that the Court of Appeal at
Frisco has sent the railroad land case
up to the Supreme court, or court of
last resort, the squatters here are hope
ful that a final decision in this long-
drawn suit will be reached not latter
than fall or winter. !It is inconceivable
that the Supreme court will reverse the
decision of all the lower courts
next thing will he the manner in which
the government will dispose of the land.
One of the railroad’s attorney in hie
address at Frisco said the stockholders
e‘ ould be first considered and not a
squatter living in a shack way upon a
squatter was trying to found a home
and had no money for this “legal
blackleg,” while the rich bondholder
and powerful railroad corporatio t was
giving him *3500 - year to lie and do
all manner of dirty tricks.
will soon be owt.ed and run by the
government the same as they are in
every first c'ass government in Europe
Mr. an<l Mrs Gilbert
children Lillie and «»rant, started on an
automohile trip to Corvallis where their
son Albert is attending the agricultur
al college. The latter will accompany
bis parents home to spend his vacation.
Mrs. Joe’ Jarl and daughters Mildred
and Helen hsve returned from a visit to
relatives in Eastern Oregon.
Mr. and Mrs (' D. Purcell were
dinner guests s' the bon e of M r. arid
Mr«. Roliert Jonsru l Sunday.
meet* with Mrs J e >1 all tin« n *-ek
R N’eta-I h«“ nearly completed
R. Jonsrnd is employ'- g Mr. Gil' «rt
eon to slash and improve bis p«»liire.
Mt. SceM, Lsela aed Porttaad
Baggage and General Hauling,
Trunks 50c Each
Leave Baggage Cheek and Address
at Plummer Drug Store.
.Third and Madison Ht.
Quality Tailoring EveningTelegram
T. M. WALSH
Lents, City and
Ernest E. Hatter
Furniture and Piano Moving
Express and Baggage
In Oregon's Most Reliable Association
A. N. GARDNER
Oregon Fire Relief, Oregon Merchants Mutu
Fire, American Life and Accident In
surance of Portland
PROTECTION AND BENEFITS
Beaver State Herald
John Brown, Gresham, Ore.
W ANTED—A good reliable man or
woman to solicit suluciptions. Enquire
nt Herald olili,-.
Smith & Colgan
The graduation exercise* of the eight
grade in the Gilbert school, took place
Succemors to C. E. Cleland
on Friday, June 5. T e pupils who
Maxine Timmens and Ernest Liden. General
In connection with thia they gave
Shoeing and Plow Grinding
Mathews, the principal, a play ‘‘Topsy-
turvey,” or “Coortahip »4 the Deacon.” WAGON WORK A SPECIALTY
Miss Hasel Burse played the leading
part an«1 waa ably supported by seven
Special Attention Give to
Special mention ahonld I»e1
Interfering and Lame Horses
mAde of the part placed by Delbert;
Hayes. Not only was his part aplen- !
didly given but he was only given his Shop Third Ave. and Foster Road
part one week I*fore playing
hall was tilled to overflowing
band aleo gave a number of selections
which were received with the usual |
enthusiasm, Every one seemed to en-
joy themselves to the fullest capacity
Miss Clara Holter and her sister,
Margaret, have been vi ry sick. W«
understai d thev are at present on th«
way to recovery
The synqtathy ami
kind regard- of the community is ex
tended to the parents ml ttm sick
Mrs. Kindle, who has undergo» e mi
operation at her home, is h»in/ a« well
as ran Is» ex m ctPfi She w ill, however
be conti nod to barbed ab ut ten «!<}-
We Give S. & H. Green Trad
Tbe hall team will give a ba-ku’
ial al i’i'kin • hall S«it’ird4y even r u
Striwl^rrie-and hard work i- » •» •lid
f. < t- r of !if • i tfi^ pr» «‘O'T in »1,;-
^'•yamore, nr I*ica"ai.t V.i !♦ •• Gr nt*"
bar had tl»» ic hall | nit- I
ome <■ i
BUILT TO LAST
Lc o', ò I .R
is the liarn or other out
building constructed with
our lumber. Every laisnl
will lie found thoroughly
sound and fully seasoned.
It cute with less waste and
stanila all kinds of weather.
Give uh ymi^next order.
The Copeland Lumber Company
F F. EHRLICH
WANTED:—To engage 20 famille»
from Is-nta to pick hope on my farm
near Hlierwood - Write for full infor
E. E. Rogers, RD 2. Sher
at Our Fountain
Phone Tabor 1371
Foster Roa<l and Campiteli Ht», lenta Station, Portland, Oregon
We Lead—others have to follow rather than close the doors
WANTED—Boys may tie hail and
The older, ones St
ordinary wages and others to lie
schooled and cared for in return lor
‘light servie« rendermi. For )>artiru-
Inrs address W. T. Gardner, superin
tendent Bova and Girls Aid Hocietv of
Oregon. Portland. Ore.
FORKALE— G» mm J young horse.
quire »t Herald Office.
LUMBER—At our lies mill
southeast ol Kelso. We deliver lumter.
letter heads, envelopes, carda, bill
heads, auction notices end posters,
dodgers, announcements, etc, at Mt.
Hcott Puh C > , office, Lenta.
FOR HALE—Home choice residence
lots. Witter piped to all lots, electric
lights mid telephone st car station.
Terms to suit. 1V1 I tske go-si horse as
part p'lvri-ent on a lot.
21)11 GIDw-rt H'atlon Lent., Ore.
P< »I« IIICN1
3 of the largest loaves of hot bread for 10c
Hundreds of thousands are enjoying the result of
our baking, give us atrial and be convinced.
Ml MC ICI I.ANICOI’K
W|- a \'I: HI-.k’f: TO Si AY
DRY COUNTRY HI.AB WOOD—Kern
Park Feed A Fuel Co. Tabor I2H0.
!.< »M l
to 1’ 0.
"FOR HALE" and "WANT" readers
in classified column, 1 cent |ier word
for first inaertion ;
Watch the column for tmrgains.
WHEN YOU WANT LIGHT GROCERIES,
BAKING GOODS. CONFECTIONERY, CI
GARS. FRUITS. VEGETABLES. ETC.
Remember the Name—BOHNA
All Goods and Work
Near Poet Office,
LI N 18
Mies Abbie Stites of Portland is the
guest of Mrs. Clara Smith this week.
Mrs Henderson of Latourell Falls
visited Mrs Patterson the last of the
This section of the country was visited
by a very severe hail storm last Thurs
R. M. Dodson was in Portland on
Mrs. Patterson returned Irom a Port
land hospital Thursday and is slowly '
STAND 52 First St. Cer. Pto*. with Post
Special Dcffiery. Pbones Mam H2. A-IH2
New Spring Styles and
Ko.’'""—’ New York
Branch Office, 06 F Pt- Waehinrtun. D. C.
One Block East of Main on Foster Rd.
ITEMS CONTRIBUTED BY HERALD REPORTERS AT NEARBY POINTS
late sorrow In lite death of my wife,
and fur the many beautiful
Advertised letters fur week ending
June tllh , Ivlt
Brown, E. I , Carn-
wark, Mr». M. F; Coeby, Waiter;
Daring, K. E ; Geabv, Mr ; Gratton. C. J.
Holt, W. H ; Jone», W ; Larson, Charley;
Mann, T. Q; McIntosh, Mrs; Mills,
Beasie I.; Mueller, Mr. O: Jones, Mrs.
Win; Patterson, M. E; Perkin», H. A;
Reml, Alpha; Hebub, Hgt. Mike (S);
Stange. Mrs. Peter; Hargnson, Emma ;
Quinn, W. H; Wilson, Mrs. Clara;
-.leu. W. Spring, Postmaater.
A handeomely illustrated weekly. lanreet dr-
enlauon of any «dentlfic Journal. Term«.
year: four months, IL Sold by all newedealera.
Guild, and the IndlM ol the M. K.
Church for their klndnes» to me In my
On the North »ide of the Columbia
Daniel M|pktoy, Jr. of Troutdale, go:
a hand liadly damaged by an explmling the Government is pushing the North
Net V m M mt I mm ud Health hilbtr
allot gun Nltell last Friday. He and Jetty ever farther and farther out into
Are you run down - Nervous—TiredT
Harold Crawford »rere playing with the
the ocean, hauling and dumping rock la everything you do an effort? You are
•tieIla when one went off.
not lasy—you are sick! Your Stomach.
at the rate of 4.000 to 6,Olli) tous every
Liver, Kidneys, and whole system needs
Chairman George J. Cameron, of th« day. A giant pile driver occupies the a Tbnic. A Tonic and Health Builder
Republican Cbunty IVntral (Yimmittee, seaward end ol the treetie, steadily to drive out the waste matter- build
has announced the following memticr» hammering groat trees into the sand aa you up and renew your strength,
of his executive committee
Charlie a support for the rails over which the Nothing batter than Electric Hitter».
H. Sigglin, J. C. Walsh, D. F. Haruman,
Mr». James Duncan,
miniature locomotives haul endless
C R Hotehkim, <>. A. Neal. C. T. Evans,
Haynwville, Mu., writ«: “Completely
J. L. Day. J F. McAllister, Francis train loads of boulders which •re cured me after several doctor» gave
Capell. J. L. Haniniersley, la>u Wagner. tumbled into the surf at an average rate me up.** 60 eta. and *1,00 at your
Ihsii Power», all ol Portland; Fred W of nearly ten tons per minute, Th. Druggist.
Valentine, of 84. Johns; F. R. IMtereon, rock is transported on bargee from th«
Bucklen's Arnica Halve for Cute.
of Lenta, ami Charles Cleveland, of quarries on the river bank above Van
Gnwhain E. L. Ami.lon ta secretary of couver, Washington. Every carload Is
the county commitoee and Harvey weighed between the receiving dock
Wells has Iwvu re-elected to represent and the jetty.
FIRST CLASS WORK
Cart of Thanks
l wish to thank nty friends and
neighbor» anti the ladle« ol Hl. Paula
Chao. L. Taylor.
Residence. Mh Ave. and Marie St. »th Ave.
Station near Lents. Rhone r«to,r 277«
Doings of Our Neighbors
aildrees, M H Pittman, piano solo, Mia»
Fiorance Honey ; musical selections
girls' chorus ; presentation ol class
Miss Von Wliilaiiigvrode, presentation
of d I plot tías, Arthur Ikiwsett, cliairiiian
Board of Education. arlectioii, high
chorus After the programme a ban-
quel was nerved