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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 10, 1914)
A Test for Liver Complaint
Mentally Unhappy—Physkafly. DuN
The Liver, sluggish and Inactive, first
»hows itaelf in a mental »late—unhappy
and critical. Never is there joy in liv
ing, as when the Stomach and Liver are
doing their work. Keep your Liver ac
tive and healthy by using Dr. King'»
New Life Pill»; they empty tlie Bowel»
freely, tone up your Stomach, cun- your
Constipation and purify t>H* Blood. 25c
Bucklen'» Arnica Salve
excellent for Pile».
LOCAL AND PERSONAL If You are not one of our Custo-
mers, You can be!
All church, •oclely. veraonal »nd l<*r«> n»«a
not i-ubiUhe-l tor proSt. tree; notice* ot *n-
Urtatomelo*, conducted (or prodi, published
•t a Jbc minlniun, ol »0 word*.
menu andvard ot thank*. Mme rat*
tiling rate* gaoled on reguMl.
The Master’s and lecturer's Associa
tion wiU meet with lent» Grange,
Saturday Dec. 19, at I p. m.
Henry Westbrook and Dr. Stryker
Dmly Oregonian. Herah.
||| 11’» spent Tuemiay iu lolite attending to
Magatine and Sumet, al) for *7.50 if iHuinea* connected with the doctor'»
aken at the Herald office.
property on Elmo Height».
Pk oc Tobor 2284
Re*M«e<c 211 N. Maio St. Leal*. Or«.
Dr. Sella report» a »eriotu« accident at
hi« home in which a son wa* dangerous
ly burned about the face in a »mall coal- ;
oil tin*. The boy ia recovering from hi»
The musicana of the Evangelical
Church an- preparing a big feature fur
Sunday tla- ’JOth. A chorus of 2S voice*
i* being trained to give numerous »elec
tion» from cantata» given in the past ’
and various other favorite piece». A full
program will lie announced later.
Herald ami Daily Journal H 75.
Mt. Scon. Lcai» isd Portlaod
Baggage and General Hauling,
Trunks 50c Each
Leave Baggage Check and Address
at Plutnmer Drug Store.
Third and Madison St.
MAUORA HAT SHOPS
12« 4TH ST
34» WASHINGTON ST.
Guarantees the best of Meats at prices as good as any Ln
And Now is a Good Time to Begin
purchases of Xmas and Holiday Goods, we here present you
with cash coupons, which are as good as cash in our store.
M you buy $1. worth of Merchandise from
us, you give this coupon as cash, and 85c
Best Live Wood.................. $6.00
Dead Wood ........................... $4*50
Slab Wood ........................ $4.50
Lents Fuel Company
R. L. WHITCOMB, Prop.
Phone Tabor 1688
Office cor Main and Foster Road
F. F. EHRLICH
Ta i lor
Suits to Order
$15.00 and up
Shoulder Roast .................................................... per pound 15c
Steak..................................................................... per pound 15c
Loin Chops............. •........................................... per pound 18c
If you buy $1.00 worth of goods from us.
C. L Baraev, attorney, recently locat^
cd iu tlx- Additon building rv|*>rt* an
unusually tine business prospect.
was a little doubtful at tirat whether
Lent* would take care of an attorney,
but he ha» already taken up work for a
considerable number of client* and
other» are coming in right along.
Bariev ha* hail several years experience
in law practice in this state.
located at Roeeburg for several years
an<i then in other Valley towns.
a native Oregonian and got hi« educa
tion at Newberg College and the Law
Father and Son
AND ALL THE FAMILY
Two and a half million readers find it of
-Hsorbing interest Everything in it is
•Y.-iften So Yon Can Understand It
Foster Road Next Door
to P. O.
■Ve »eil 400 000 copies every month with-sit
- i»ir.ir premiums and hnve r.o solicitor*. Any
-ewsde.ilcr will ahuw you a copy, or write -he
publisher for free »ample
a postal will do.
Lents Sta., Portland, Oregon
Popular Mechanic* Magazin«
f l.SO A YEAR
15c A COPY
We give you
Meat, and full weight, at Lowest Prices
“The Market with the big business and small profits
Coupon No. 2 Good for 30c
Eggiman Bros. Meat Market
If you buy $2.00 worth of jjoods from us
THE LENTS EMPORIUM
Not good after X ma»
Coupon No. 3 Good for 75c
Best Patterns, Moderate
Prices, Neatest Styles
If you buy $5.00 worth of Goods from us
THE LENTS EMPORIUM
Not good after Xmas
Save this coupon
Cleaning and Pressing by
Milk and Cream
OIJR SERVICE GUARANTEED
John Manz, Lents, Ore.
of first class Jersey Quality
(From Tested Cow»)
Suitable for Babies
TWO DELIVERIES DAILY
Dolson’s Jersey Dairy
R. F. D. No. 1. Lents
CHRISTMAS IN BENTON’S OAT
C. E. Kenneny is building a new J**»i* Banton Fremont'» Description of
a Celebration of Long Ago.
house in Rolley addition.
The Christmas of eighty year* ago
was once described by Mr». Jessie
Postmaster Spring was laid up Wed Benton Freuiont. wife of Getterai
nesday with a bad cold.
John C. Fremont and daughter of
Thomas H. Benton
The time was
Mr». L. Bleything of Gray» Crossing that of President Jackson's adminia
is on tbe sick list.
tration. ami the scene was Mrs Ben
ton’s ancestral home, near Staun
Mite Opal Zanxenburg of Clackamas
Grouped aliout the roaring i-g nr-
visited frier ds in Lents tbe past week, < are wrs. Benton'» father am! mother
herself and her two little girls, of
Ehrlich tbe Tailor is putting out a whom Jessie was one. The mother Is
very handsome calendar for the new year rending to the grandfather, and »
black seryant. “Unde Ralph." is hover
tng about and replenishing th«- lira
E. P. Tobin and Ty Cadwell spent The children were not to make i
several -lays the first of the week at sound, for It would disturb grumll.i
ther And nob we will let tbe fui tire
Mrs. Fremont téli her own story
"imagine, then, the strong Impres
Rev. J. Stanford Moore, who was in «ton made on me by the upset of at»
the city to attend the EpWorth league this ordered calm
Nol*e< umi- fnirt
Institute Executive Session returned the front door, noises of horses anil ->t
people, cheerful, vigorous noises ot
»now »tamped off. laughing slid tit*
thump of baggage.
M rs. Ball of Rolley Acres was called
“And our mother was actually run
to the funeral of her father A. H. Gould ning Into the ball, while my granrtfu
of Gresham, Wednesday of this week.
.ther. not minding th- noise, but look
' Ing all pleased, was standing up and
R. Abram has bought tbe shoe shop bolding out tola hands to the biz mart
on carline at tbe rear of Quinn's Gon- | , tn the snowed on clothes! For it wa»
our father, our dear, loving father,
fectionery and will make any kind of
who had come to os for Christmas and
shoe, or if you want your shoes repaired brought a big trunk full of Christmas
mechanically better than the other fel gifts for everytiody
low, he cando it for the same price, and
“I can see It all so well.
while you wait.
"The opening of that trunk took
place In tbe warm rooms that my
grandfather, too. might see. We. Ilh
Before getting on the car drop your
ersted Imps, langhed and noised nil
shoe« at Abrams repair »bop. They we wanted without rebuke over our
will be ready when you retorn. Give two big wax dolls— ‘London dolls' -and
me a trial job and you will be pleased there was a London clonk for my moth
with the work and price.
er. of block silk lined with fur
"But tbe feature of the presents to
us after our dolls wa» the oranges
my father had brought, carefully
wrapped and packed warmly In the
trunk for our sick grandfather.
“A smile that Is very close to tenrs
( rises as I remember our gathering in
admiring silence about those oranges
I can see my mother's beautiful hands
as she carefully peeled and divided
one Into slim little section», when we
all solemnly took each one bit. the
peel carefully saved to flavor things.
"Thia Is what I see yet. But new
feelings stirred in me even then and
grew and went on growing as I learn
ed later all that sudden, brief visit
through the stormy winter weather
We do not give Scrip or Green Stamps.
Nm go.»! after Xmaa
Saw litis eounon
per pound 12 l-2c
... |>er pound 10c
per pound 15c-18c
... per pound 18c
... per pound 17c
Coupon No. 1 Good for 15c
Save thi» coupon
Bank Examiner Simmons visited
Lents last week, jutymg the Multnomah
Mate Bank a call and inspecting it»
business which lie found aatisiactory.
Cashier Roetad re|»>rt» mon- new ac
counts opened last week than for Mime
time, also an excee* in deposits over any
week for some time
We ask your comparison.
Shoulder Pot Roast
Plate Boiling Beef..
Rib Steak ...............
THE LENTS EMPORIUM
Matt Sandier is preparing to build a
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.
As an Xmas Gift and to help you save money on your
Mr. Fred Frost was off duty a part of
the week because ot illness.
Eggiman’s Meat Market
Christmas Tr«»s For Manila From Alp*.
A Good Roof
A Low Price
Bought in Carloads direct from the
Get our prices on this Superior
Brand of Roofing before you place
OREGON AGRICULIURAL COLLEGE
WINTER SHORT COURSE—JAN. 4-JO
Agriculture, including Agronomy,
Animal Husbandry, Dairying, Horti
culture, Poultry Husbandry, Insects.
Plant ami Animal Diseases, Cream
er v Management, Marketing, etc.
Home Economics, Including Cook
ing. Home Nursing, Sanitation, Sew
ing. I iressmaking -and Millinery.
Commerce, including Business Man
agement, Hural Economics. Business
Law. ( ittue I raining. Farm Account
' _ ' litdudlng
Shopwork and Hoadbuildiiig.
P ARMERS WEEK
The Copeland Lumber Company
Phone Tabor 1371
Foster Road and Campbell HUI, la-lit» Station, Portland, Oregon
LOVETTS FURNITURE STORE
A general clearing house session ot
six days for the ex» hange of dynamic
ideas on the most pressing problems
of the times.
Lectures by leading
authorities. State conferences,
Offers lectures, movable schools, In
stitutes and numerous correspondence
courses on request.
MUSIC: Piano. String, Band, Voice.
Reduced rates on all rail
roads. For further int< rma ion address,
Tbe Oregee Agricultural College,
N pw and second hand household goods bought and
sold. Wall Paper at prices that will surprise you.
House painting and Paper Hanging
figures. Lead and Linseed oil used.
No Job too Large for us to handle
106 Main Street South, Lents Oregor
“FOR HALE” and "WANT” reader»
in classified column. 1 cent per word
for first insertion; Jk cent «ubaeqnentlv.
Watch the column for bargain«.
WANTED—A good reliable man or
woman to solicit mibsciptions. Enquire
at Herald office.
WANTED—Boy» inav be had »nd
The older one« at
ordinary wage» and other» to lx
schooled and cared for in return for
»light services rendered. For particu
lars address W. T. Gardner, superin
tendent Boy« ami Girls Aid Hocietv of
Oregon. Portland. Ore.
Hay, Feed and Grain
Washed Gravel, Sand
GET OUR PRICES
Cement, Brick, Lime, Wall and Land Plaster
McKINLEY & BUNDY
FOR SALE-Modern two room bunga-!
low type building, suitable for either
residence or office.
Call up owner at
1 Block East of Main St. on Foster Rord
FOR HALE—Fine Boston Bull Pup.
Call at Herald office.
Herald and Daily and Sunday Journal
Phonon Tabor 06H ; Home 3112
In Oregon’s Most Reliable Association
Fire Relief, Oregon Merchants Mutual
Real Uhriattua» trees with all their
Fire, American Life and Accident In
pristine freahnes» and *lth the fra
Herald and Daily and Sunday Ore
grume of the Mlmim still clinging to
surance of Portland
them, as green as when they were cut gonian 87.60.
in the Alps, arrive in Manila every
PROTECTION AND BENEFITS
Subscriptions to the Herald and the
By a special scientific process the
trees when they arrive to be placed on Evening Telegram «ill lie taken for a
sale by tbe Manila merchants are still limited time at a combination offer of __
green and fresh, having been pre 14-00 per year.
served io all tbeir beauty and fra
grance by a chemical bath which does
not Impair the trees in any way and
will preserve them for many years.—
John Brown, Oresham, Ore.
snry: Tur uroAin ?1 fin dcd vcad
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