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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 17, 1914)
Mrs. John Huntington left (or Baker a short addrrau on her work tlier«.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
si a Jhc mlulmun, ut M> words. Aunounoe-
menu and rani ol thank., rame rale
tising rales quoted on request.
Mra. Bright was an early morning
visitor before Judge Btopheuaou Mon
While down town on«
Mra. G. W. Jones ie home Iroui a day morning.
evening last week her machine, stand
summer’s visit at Rockavay.
ing before one of the t heel res was
robbed and the lights turned off.
Mra. W. J. Darnell is visiting her
wae asked to explain about the light
daughter« at Moclipa, vva.b.
and did so to the court's satisfaction.
MT. SCOTT DRUG CO.
Near Car Line
BUILT TO LAST
is th«- l*rn or other out
building constructed with
our lumber. Every board
sound and fully seasoned,
it cute with lean waste and
stands all kind» of weather.
Give us your next order.
Mm. A. J. Barnett of
Oregon, w visiting with her sun, 8. I..
Barnett on Forty-sixth avenue.
Before having vour (all sewing done
call and see Mrs. W. Card, or phone
First class work done,
Satisfaction guaranteed. Fancy suits a
19 year* eaaariMoe. 511'2,
72nd Bl. H. E. Firlaud Htalioi».
Mra. E. T. Best of Hobart, Okla , is
visiting her sister, Mra. F. R. William-
sou, of Eight avenue and Mari« street.
HALF A LOAF
may lie •• licitar than no bread' as
the proverb gora, but halt a loaf
of our bromi is otilv an aggrava
tion. For it is so light and tooth
some, so "tnoreieh" in flavor,
that even a whole- loaf goc. a very
short way in satisfying the wanta
of those who try it. If you would
know what perfect bread is try
nome of ours.
W. A. Hall came bom« from -Wapi-
nitia Friday. He report« tine progress
on hi« project« and good prospects
Mt. Scott Bakery
Mr« Ja«. Harvey and family of I
Amboy, Washington, was a visitor at
the home of I. F. Coffman this week,
en route to Corvallis where .he will lo-
cate ar.d place her children in school.
AI TO FORT*H1RE—Day or night.
Phonea, Tabor 5740, Home 3G2L Tom
Cowing, 110 Jolinson, St., Lenta.
FIRST CLASS WORK
The Rose City Laundry
Free Collection and Delivery
STAND U Flrat SI. Car. Ptoc. »Ilk Post
Special DeHvcry. Phones Main Sbf. A-l**2
Phone us Your Orders, Tabor 4199
ttesMrme. klh Ave. and Marie M. «th Av«.
Slstiee near teats. Pbaee Tabor J774
Mary's Academy. Conservatory
Main Street and Foster Road,
Gilbert Station, K. P. 1 Leips
Understanding that the Lents
Fuel Company is about to re
tire from business, I will sell
Wood at the following Prices
until April first 1915.
Best Live Wood
Dead Wood ...
$20,000.00 Offered in Premiums
for Agricultural, Livestock, Poultry Textile and
and other exhibits
Horse races, Shooting Tournament, Band Concerts,
Boys’ Camp, Moving Pictures, Children’s Play
ground, Bee Demonstrations, Animal Circus, and
other free attractions.
R. L. WHITCOMB, Prop.
Phone Tabor 1688
Office cor Main and Foster Road
No Job too Large ior us to handle
FIFTY THIRD ANNUAL
OREGON, STATE FAIR
Salem, Sept. 28-Oct. 3, ’14
Lents Fuel Company
Express and Baggage
You are Invited,
AU Goods and Work
Will receive pupils for Fall Term
House painting and Paper Hanging
figures. Lead and Linseed oil used.
Ernest E. Hatter
Furniture and Plano Moving
Our Styles (jive General Satisfaction
• Phone -li'-M
New and second hand household goods bought and
sold. Wall Paper at prices that will surprise you.
Lents, City and
An experienced Manager ensures satisfac
Latest Patterns and Styles
LOVETTS FURNITURE STORE
3 Large Loaves 10c
SUITS MADE TO ORDER
Instructor on Violin and Piano
John Brown, Gresham; Ore.
Matt Greenslade, Foster Road
MISS MARIE M. CHAPMAN
Wagon Repairing and General
A. N. GARDNER
Remember the Name—BOHNA
PROTECTION AND BENEFITS
51 ().( )( ) and tip
Oregon Fire Relief, Oregon Merchants Mutual
Fire, American Life and Accident In
surance of Portland
Footer Road Next I>oor
to P. O.
1SD5 (59th St and Foster Road
Foster Road and Campbell Sta. Ijenta Station, Port1 and, Oregon
In Oregon’s Most Reliable Association
Suits to Order
$15.00 and up
I0J Peeter Ros4 Urals. Oregon
Wants Your Patronage
A story hour for the children will be
held at the Lents library on Friday at
3 o’clock. Mis« Entler from the main
library will teli the stories.
brary has also an interesting exhibit of
dolls ot different lauds, diced in
national costume, and displaying their
Phone Tabor 1371
We Buy Bread of the ML Scott Bakery, Why Not Tout
The Copeland Lumber Company
WHEN YOU WANT LIGHT GROCERIES,
BAKING GOODS. CONFECTIONERY, CI
GARS, FRUITS, VEGETABLES. ETC.
Lents Sta., Portland, Oregon
Fay Rayburn and Geo. Kobinmm re
turned yesterday from Wapiuitia. walk
ing to Bull Run and coming down by
car. Tliey report al>out three incluw of
snow at Government Camp.
Eastman Kodaks and Films. Sherwin - Williams
Paints and Varnishes. A. D. S. Family Remedies.
Don't forget the Lent- Millinery store.
Mrs. Gullivks carries a full line ol hat.,
children's caps, etc. Modish lists, lat
Mm. Arthur Geialer and Mm. S J. est style«, right prices.
Allen will entertain St l*aula Guild and
their friends at the residence of Mm.
Girl 1« wants place to hslp with
Geialer on Main street, W.nine«.lay XI,
hous« work or cars (or children on
from 2 to 4.
Mra. Erriewon. tonnerly Saturdays
903, Kth Av«. N. I«nts.
with Biahop Row. in Alaska, will make Box 5. R D. I.
Charlra Piereou was l-adly injured
Tuesday afternoou by tailing from a
Pure raw Linseed Oil for
a short time only, 70c a gal
her eon, Sidnev Keller and family. Aileett Brong of Bi. Stephens choir will
Mr. Huntington will join hie wife there be given afterward
All Interested are
All ehurch. society. perniisi amt local n«w. an<l return here the latter pert of the
A silver ottering j
not published tor pruflt, tree; notices ol cm
Isrtalumenls. conducted tor prurtl. published
will lie taken.
City, Ore., Tueedav, tor a visit with musical program
Free Camp Grounds
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••FOR KALE” and •■WANT’ readers
In claaaitied column, I cent per word
for first insertion;
Watch the column for liargains.
WANTED—A gis>d reliable man or
woman to solicit miteiciptiona. Enquire
at Herald office.
CANS and RUBBISH—Hauled away
, for 10,' |>er sack. No <iarl«ge. Phone
WANTED—Boys mar be had and
' Rometirm-s girls.
The older ones at
| ordinary wages and »there to be
schooled and cared for in return for
.light services mnderacl. For particu
lars ad dree. W. T uardner. superin
tendent Boys and Girls Aid Society of
Oregon. Portland. Ore.
FOR SALE—Good young hors*.
1 •I*111,1’ 111 Herald office.
FOR sa LE —110 First avenue, larnts.
One Filo Henhouse and 4 Brooding
coops (or half price. J. 8. Ash.
LUMBER—At our new mill Ug ml lee
southeast of Kelso. We deliver lumber.
FoR SALE—Oats and timothy hay,
*12 delivered, and oats *2«.
FOR RENT—Tiirw room iiouae half
block from Ariel« station pl per month.
Enquire at Silkworth’s shop, Arleta.
1C6 Main Street South, Lents Oregon
FOR RENT—Good 4 room house,
barn, *«. Inquire at 202, Nth Ave. N.
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