Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923, January 28, 1915, Image 4

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    Mrs. Rov Barkhurst, stenographer in
Mayor Albee's office, was operated upon
yesterday for appendicitis by Dr», b'aw«
celt and his assistants, Dr. McMunlo
Gresham is still promoting hard-sur­
and Sharkey and is reported favorable. face for its two main streets, hilt ÜW
All church, society, personal and local news
not published for profit, trw; notices of en
county court return* to help.
AROUND lilt COUNTY
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
New and Second
Hand Furniture
SOLES
MENDED
106 Main Street
LOVETT
lertainments. conducted tor profit, published
at a ®c miuimun. of M* words.
Announce­
ments and card of thanks. Name rate
Adver­
tising rates quoted on request.
Mrs. Echo McCord of S2nd »tree!
Erank MeGugin of Handy, reported
near Foster, gave a tea to ladies of the
i neighborhood on Thursday afternoon seriously ill some time ago, is recover-
. Fancy work, lunch and Music were the ing nicely.
E. P. Tobin made a business trip to
features.
Astoria Wednesday.
A. I. Daaton of Ix-ut« han liven elect­
ed vice-president of the Sandy bank.
WANTED—One of the large maga­
Mr. E. P. Smith of Arden Park is ex­
line publishing hoiHva ileaire to employ
pected home thia week.
A. C. Ruley in building a 125000 resi­
i mi active man or woman in this com­
dence on his farm on the Ba«' Line,
munity
to
handle
a
special
plan
which
Herald and Daily and Sunday Journal
ten mih* cant of Portland.
has proven unusually profitable.
Good
opening for right party.
Addotta» with
two references, Diblislier, Box 155.
Obituary
Oscar Bowman of Molalla will return Time» Sq. Sta . New York City.
Mr«. Mary A Acton entered interest
to Lents to live.
All Goods and Work
on Jan. 16 at 10 a. m
after many
Tbe Mount Scott Mental Culture month« of weak net« and »utTering. The
First Class
Frank Lucas of Irvington spent Thurs­
club met January 1H at the home of decan'd wa« born at Helena, Mont, on
day with Mr». Coon of 5th ave.
At fourteen year« «he
Mr«. Mary Ftshburu, 4620 Seventy-first Jan. 1, I860.
Near’,Poet Office,
Foster Road
street southeast, “Koeeutb's Hungarian came to Oregon where she has since
LENTS
The County is making some improve­ Policy” was given by Mrs Brodie and then lived.
For eleven year« the made
ments at Kelley's Buttee.
“The Uprisings of 1646" by Mr». Calvin her home in Portland. She ha« been a
K. Batten. The next regular meeting resident of Lente for some year».
For
almoat
two
years
«he
has
been
a
mem
­
will
be
February
5,
with
Mr».
Janet
O. M. Jacobson of Saginaw Heights is
ber of the Lenta Baptist Church.
Her
Geesell. US Third avenue, Lents.
building a new residence.
fiu»*ral service was conducted in thia |
church at 3:30 p. tn. on Jan. *20, the
Mr. and Mrs. Ruthroff of Estacada
A large number of Lente people at­ interment living made in Mt. Scott Park
will return to their home in Lenta.
tended the institution of a new chapter Cemetery. Her pastor, J. M. Nelson,
of the O. E. S. at Gresham last Thur»- preached the funeral sermon.
Mrs
W. D. Eaton is the victim of a para­ : day. The Lents officers did the install­ Acton was the mother of six sons and {
lytic stroke on the right side of his face. ing, it being the first work of the new three daughters, all but one of whom I
officers, but they performed their duties were present at tbe funeral.
The chil­
W. E. Goggius has been on the dis­ exceptionally well when we consider dren appear as follows:
Roy, Jordan I
abled list thit week owing to a bad cold. the disadvantage of team work inex­ Valley. On-.; Arley, Drvwsey, Ore.;
perience. They report a very interest­ Orien. Pilot Rock, Ore.; May, Mrs.;
ing meeting.
Della Acton Reed, Ellen, Melvin, Or­
The communion service at the M. E.
ville and Edmund, the latter six living '
Church last Sunday was well attended.
Mrs. C. E. Goetz will give a piano re­ of Portland, Orc.
cital
Wednesday evening Feb. 3rd, at
Miss Bertha Carroll of Castle Rock is
the
Ix'tits
M. E. Church. Mias Emma
Notice
visit ing with Mrs. Wood worth of 225
Bertuleit contralto soloist'of Portland
9th ave.
1 will not I m - reeponeible for any debt»
will sing. Tie- following pupils will
Myrtle
take part: Mildred Turner, Catherine contracted by my wife, Mr»
Mr. and Mrs. John Elliott have
BriMikinan,
after
Ian.
33,
1915,
she
bav-1
Goodman, Esther Wiley, Dorothy Sells,
bought “Mother’s Kitchen’’ and will
ing left my bed and Isiard.
Lents Sta., Portland, Oregon
Mil
ton
May Priest, Gladys Priest,
Geo. B Brookman
operate it.
Wiley and Alfred Nyguard. The pro-
gram will begin at 8 sharp.
Every one
W. H. Wood worth of 9th avenue was welcome.
Ruskin’s Rosst B«»l
SUMMONS
During h visit ti. M iiikxk in IRTI
thrown from a motor cycle Tuesday and
Rusklti wb » welzed «Itti un iittnek ni In the Circuit Court of the State ot
badly injured.
Oregon, for Multnoirah County,
Little Itorotby Ruth McGrew, the internili tnrtanimntioii «f»i<’h nean,
Allie Msderia, plaintiff, vs. George L.
carrled hlm ufi
Mr» trillili Sei ern
only
daughter
of
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Finley
Maderia, defendant.
Mr. Daugherty of Castle Rock is vis­
wbu nursed film rei-oro» timi al thè To George I, Maderia, the above nam­
iting bis sister Mrs. W. C. Smith of 217 McGrew, of Fifty-sixth avenue, died at crisi» ot fili» Ulne»» ’he nunvered te
ed defendant.
9th avenue.
their home Saturday of Cerebo Men- our horror for a -lite ot ><ai oa-i
In the name of the State of Oregon
li «ne uily ni nu-lit il., r.
t» you are hereby required te appear and
engitis, after three weeks of illness. beet
t..«ululi. answer the complaint of plaintiff filed
Mrs. Orville Smith of 50th avenue, Little Dorothy passed away in the sixth none In thè hotel and
against you in the atmve entitled suit
Wenl ofl lo gel »olile un* Ilei» ih -
will go to Monmouth next wet-k to take
ou or before March 5, 1915. that date
anniversary of her birth. The funeral could
At test ai an «itimi u- u-. ih
tiring more than *1 week« from the first
a post graduate course.
was conducted by Rev. Boyd Moore at thè town he dlm-over.-o .tei» alili publication of this summons, and if
carne back triumptinnt «ith il ur-i|q>.-.i yon f»il ao to appear, or otherwise
J. C. McGrew who bad a slight at- the residence at 2:30 Monday afternoon, in paper Mr Ituskiii enyoimi ni- -ut. plead, for want thereof, the plaintiff
will apfily to the atiove rntitbd Court
tack of blood poisoning, is much be’ter where some two hundred sympathizing «upper tboronghly
rinmgli «• ana
friends paid their last respect to the lousl.v waIteti tilt mortomi fot a resini for the relief prayed for in hrr com­
at this writing.
plaint on file herein, to-wit: For a de­
little one. The body was laid to rest It nad done IH) mirili uhi) tu e«er»
cree of the als.ve entitled Court declar­
body
»
eurprlse
he
re<-overe<l
“
I»>
ii
O<>«
i
Mr. and
ing void ths marriage I*tween yon and
WANTED—A good reliable man or in Multnomah Cemetery.
8 berta tot
plaintiff for the reason that at the time
woman to solicit rabeciption.“. Enquire Mrs. McGrew have the sympathy of
of said marriage vou had a wife living;
their many friends, in this their great
at Herald office.
An ObHonni Soy
also asking «aid Court for an order re­
sorrow.
"1 wish you I h » j * would be mor. ob
storing to plaintiff her name prior to
her marriage with you, and for such
servuot." snld * .voting «<hoolniii»t.-i
I. F. Coffman Las traded acreage for
“When I was a i»>y I whs always on other and further relief as maj lie
property in Rote City Park, with a sub­
Advertised Letters
proper in the premises, all of which is
the lookout, and what I did not -ee was
stantial cash difference.
more fully set out in her complaint on
Advertise I lettters for week ending not worth «•elrig I whs fmuous tut
file herein.
that
I
remember
owe
I
w
n.
told
by
»
Jan. 23, 1915:
Baer, John; Campbell,
This summons is tiled upon you by
Mies Stella Smith was absent from Steve; Gates, Frishia; Grant, Mrs. man I met that I win» all eye« What publication thereof in tbe Mt. Scott
classes in the Lente school Monday, Ethel; Johnson, Mrs. George; Kirkhatn do you «up|*»*e he un-.'iut by ttnilT
Herald, published once a week for fl
consecutive weeks, purstiaut to an order
‘•probably lie was referring to your
Tuesday, and Wednesday, on account A Sons ; Verenia.
■■«HirerMitkm ” replied one i»o and the of the Honorable Rolierl G. Morro v,
of illness.
Geo. IV. spring. Postmaster. other boys looked out id the window Judge of said Circuit Court.
Dated Januarv 21, 1915.
as they tried to keep their fines sober
First publication January 21, 1915.
The W. Ji. Class was banquetted at
OVER e» YEAR*
This shows that ordinary bow nave
JOHN VAN ZANTE.
7:30 Wednesday evening at the home
EXPERIENCE
eyes and ears both
I’hlllpplne Erlucs
Attorney for Plaintiff.!
of the pastor of the M. E. Church, Mr.
tlon
and Mrs. W. B. Moore.
NO'l ICE TO CREDITORS.
Sewed or Nailed
Expert Shoe Repair
Work
A. N. GARDNER
VOTE FOR
JEWELER
W atches, Jewelry
Repair Work
Rubber Heels
Miss Maude Alvord
Save the Nerves,
Candidate in the Journal Trade
We Have Them
and Circulating Contest, from'
Mt. Scott District No. 3
COOD WORK AT REASON­
Votes left with W. E. Goggins, of Lents,
or mailed to Miss Alvord at mr2u Forty-
sixth Avenue, 8. E., will lie wivM-pted
with thank».
Phone Teller 2852
PRICES
ABLE
ON
SALE- PoHshvs, PoHster».
■ad Oils.
LiqeM»
Shining Parlor in Connection
L. PETROVICS
mystic Dancing
Club
F F. EHRLICH
HORSE-SHOEING
Every Seturdey Evening
Wagon Repairing 2nd General
w. o. w. hall
BLACKSMITFING
Matt Greenslade, Foster Road
IM Etsvenlk St. Better» Wash., and Ald«r
Tailor
Corner Main and router Road
Eggiman’s Meat Market
Suits to Order
$15.00 and up
Guarantees the best of Meats at prices as good as any in
the city.
We ask your comparison.
Foster Road Next Door
to P. O.
How’s This?
A. D. Kenworthy & Co. has
making some improvements in
rooms this week, fitting up an
and display room that will greatly
itate their work.
been
their
office
facil-
I^nts ball park incloanre has been
torn down. It wae decided that it was
impractical to maintain a team another
season.
Mrs. Lightfoot of Anderson Btreet
suffered a stroke of Paralysis Wednes­
day and is said to tie in a dangerous
condition. She is quite old.
Mrs. Lucia F. Additon left Wednes­
day morning for Boston, Maes., near
where she will spend several months
visiting friends and relatives.
Mr. W. M. York, road foreman for
Multnomah County, was operated upon
for Hernae by Dr». Fawcett, McMnrdo
an! Sharkey, the 21.h, and is doing
well.
J The Copeland Lumber Co. has been
having its office rebuilt the past week,
making it a much more pleasant place
to attend to the growing business of the
firm.
The monthly meeting of Dr. Fawcett’s
Bible Class will be held at Rev. C. R.
Gillihans, Millard Ave., next Friday,
.January 29 at 8 p. m. George ilaley
will deliver an
address, subject : i
“Ships that pass in the night.” Ail are
welcome. E. B. Rutan, class president. I
T rade M arks
D csiuns
C opyrights A c .
Anyone •ending a «ketch and deeerlptlon may
quickly aacertain our opinion free whether
invention 1« probably patentable. Communlm
tionestrictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patent«
•ent free. Oldeet agency for »ecu ring patent«.
Patent« taken through Munn A Co. receive
rp«loZ notice, without charge, in the
Scientific American.
A handiomelr IHu«trated weekly. largest eh-
culatJon of any scientific Journal. Term«. |3 a
year: four month«. |L Bold by all newsdealers.
MUNI««
Co.««-
—New York
Branch
Brsricb Ottes.
Office, dtt
»» F St- Waabington, D. C.
In the County Court of the Sate of
Oregon for Multnomah County.
We offer One Hundred Dollars In the Matter of the Estate of Hannah
Reward for any case of Catarrh
Maybee, Deceased.
that cannot be cured by Hall’s 1 Notice is hereby given that, the under­
signed, James H. L. Maybee and Loesa
Catarrh Cure.
M. Hedge have been appointed execu­
F. J. CHENEY A CO.. Toledo, O.
We. the undersigned, have known F. J.
Cheney for the last 15 yean, and believe
him perfectly honorable In all business
transactions and financially able to carry
out any obligations made by hie firm
NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE.
Toledo. O.
Hall’s Catarrh Cure Is taken internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mu­
cous surfaces of the system. Testimonials
sent free. Price 75 cent» per bottle. Sold
by all Drugglata.
Take Hall • Family Pill» for conatlpatlon.
_________________
Panama Furniture Co
Announces its Opening, in The
Herald Block
The Company will handle new and sec­
ond hand Furniture, Stoves and Household
Utensils.
New Furniture exchanged for Good Old
Furniture, old furniture bought and sold.
Furniture repaired or refinished.
The people of Lents and Mt. Scott are
cordially invited to inspect our stock.
$500 Reward—
To the persons who do not get their'
moneys worth at Chester's Union Hani- I
tary Barber Shop. All work specialised i
and strictly sanitary.
Baths and Shining parlor open Sun- '
da vs from 8 to 12 a. m.
Freeh line of cigars and tobaccos.
PANAMA FURNITURE CO
North Main Street Lents
■
tors of the estate of Hannah Maybee,
deceased, by the County Court or the
i State of Oregon for the County of 1
Multnomah, and have qualified as such. !
Al) persons having claims against
said estate are hereby notified to pres­
ent the same, properly verified, to J. |
J. Johnson, the attorney for said ex­
ecutors, at 314 Spalding Bldg., in the
City of Portland, Oregon, on or before
six months from and after date of the
first publication of this notice.
Dated and first published January, 14
1915. „Mt*
James H. L. Maybee
SSiPiy
Locca M. Hetige,
Executors of the Estate of Hannah
Maybee, Deceased.
J. J. Johnson, Atty., for said Estate,
314 Spalding Bldg., Portland, Ore.
SUMMONS
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, for Multnomah County.
Emma Pelton, Plaintiff, vs. Charles i
Henry Pelton, Defendant.
To Charles Henry Pelton, the above
named defendant.
In the name of the State of Oregon yon
are hereby required to appear and
answer or otherwise plead to the com­
plaint filed herein against yon in the
above entitled cause and Court on or be­
fore the 18th day of February, 1915,
which is more than six weeks after tbe
date ot the first publication of this sum­
mons, and if you fail to appear anil
answer, or otherwise plead to said com­
plaint, plaintiff will apply to tlie above
entitled Court for the relief prayed for
in her complaint on file herein, namely
a decree of divorce dissolving the bonds
of matrimony now existing lietween you
and plaintiff, and for the restoration of
her name prior to her marriage to you,
and lor snch other relief as may’
seem eqnitabl* in the premises.
This summons is published in pur­
suance of an order of the Honorable
Robt. G. Morrow, Judge of the Circuit
Court of the State of Oregon for Mult­
nomah County, made on December 31,
1914, direciing publication thereof to be
made in the Mt. «cott fJerald once a
week for seven consecutive weeks.
First publication December 31, 1914.
Le«t publication Febrnarj 11, 1915.
John Van Zante, Attorney.
Shoulder Pot Roast
Plate Boiling Beef
Sirloin Steak.........
Round Steak
Rib Steak ...............
.per pound 12 l-2c
¡ter pound 10c
per pound 15c-18c
¡ter pound 18c
per |xtund 17c
PORK
Shoulder Roast.................................................
Steak.................................................................
Loin Chops......................................................
per pound 15c
per pound 15c
Iter pound 18c
We do not give Scrip or Green Stamps.
We give you
Meat, and full weight, at Lowest Prices
“The Market with the big business and small profits”
Eggiman Bros. Meat Market
Cronolite Roofing
1
A Good Roof
A Low Price
I
Bought in Carloads direct from the
Factory
I
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Get our prices on this Superior
Brand of Roofing before you place
your order.
1 The Copeland Lumber Company
Phone Tabor 1371
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Footer Ko«)I «ml Campbel) Ste. lamia Station, Portland, Oregon
Milk and Cream
of first class Jersey Quality
(From Tested Cow»)
Suitable for Babies
TWO DELIVERIES DAILY
Dolson’s Jersey Dairy
R. F. D. No. 1. I^ents
a I
<
WINTER SUITS
Best Patterns, Moderate
Prices, Neatest Styles
REPAIR WORK
Cleaning and Pressing by
Skilled Workmen
OUR SERVICE GUARANTEED
John Manz, Lents, Ore
CALIFORNIA
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