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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 15, 1915)
LOCAI AHO PERSOMI
Good for 10 Days
All church, »«witty, ix-raonal end I ih - s I newt
net ;>ubll«he<l lor probt, treat nolle*« ot *n*
I« rtalnmrui«. «»»u-luctcd lor probt. pubU*hvd
al a *»• mlntmun. ol so wont«.
nient» ami cant o( thank«, »arue ral»
Using rale« quo Ini on r*que«l
500 New Tents, All Sizes
go below factory prices to the benefit of the public
Feldstein Furniture Store
Phone East 105
Hay, Feed and Grain
1 Block E.i-t of Main St. on Foster Roni
FOR SALE—Fine six-year olii Jersey
W. T Bischoff, of m«cond Avenue,
4 gallon cow. J. L. Nelson, Gilbert
has rente<l his lion»« and leas«"<l the
Flower» home on Mt. |S«-ott. He will
try frail and lierry growing for a while
Would like one or two days a week
washing or cleaning.
Mrs. O. H.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Draper of Spice
land, Ind., friends of Rev. Riley anti
wife, anti relative* of A. D. Kenworthy
C. W. Steele from Everett, Wash., will visit Io I .e tits for a few days.
arrived here last Saturday and ie visit*
ing hie sister, Mr«. John Huntington.
Dr. Nelson an«l Arthur Geisler have
lieen devoting a lot of time of late Hail
TERMS to parties deairing to furnish ing for Salmon
So far none of the
lieta of names of their locality. Add re»« tinny denixens have liern disturbed It
4866, OBJ st. B. E.
might be a good thing to change bait.
We now have in our »beds a quantity
Well—everyone knows the effect of
of trees, etc., in surplus, first class; to Pine Forests on Coughs. Dr. Bell's
clean up, we offer lees than half price. Pine-Tar-Honey is a remedy which
PRICES—apples. 5c; pears. 8c; prunes, brings quick relief for Whooping Cough,
9e; plums, 10c; peach. 7; choice grafted loosens the mucous, sooth«*» the lining
walnuts at Bargain; like reiiuctions on of the throat and lungs, and makes the
other stocks not listed herein. Prices coughing spells lees severe. A family
will bold good as long as this surplus with growing children should not be
lasts. Order now. Carlton Nursery without it. Keep it handy for all Coughs
I and Colds. 25c. at your Druggist.
Co., Carlton. Oregon.
Electric Bitters a Spring Tonic
Wagon Repairing and General
Pt"* Iabor 2254
Matt Greenslade, Foster Road
0e»Mcn«.c 211 N. Main St. Lents. Ore.
FIRST CLASS WORK
Mt. Scett. Leal» sod Portlssd
Baggage and General Hauling,
Trunks 50c Each
Washed Graded Gravel
82nd St. and 45th Ave.
Phone Tabor 2063
leave Baggage Check and Address
at Plummer Drug Store.
Third and Madison St.
and a part of hie grading outfit for a
Rev. Dr. Idin«" of Centenary M K.
farm near Hermiston. Ix-nts people will
regret to hear that Mr. Hall is to leave Church will speak at the Methodist
Church this Thursday night, and Rev.
W. T. Rudolph of Vancouver, April 1«,
both of tlieee gentlemen are strong
ARE WE RIGHT I
Are trying to build up Lents by selling New
and Second Hand Furniture and Hardware
as cheap as any place in Portland. Call and
get OUR PRICES.
Eggiman s Meat Market
Ta i lor
HOME CURED MEATS
Suits to Order
$15.00 and up
Hams, Bacon, Sausage, Fresh Beef, Beef, Pork,
Mutton. Veal and Lard.
The Market with the Big Business and
Foster Road Next Door
to P. 0.
Lents Sta., Portland, Oregon
J. P. Finley&Son
Montgomery and Fifth St
l - u - m - b - e - r
Sash and Doors
One Place of Bueineee Only
Nothing but the Best
of Quality and Service
Phone Main 9
Phone Orders Promytly Filled
New and Second
10« Main Street
We Live in
Low Rent District.
All Kinds Bicycleand Motorcycle Repairing
421 Hawthorne Ave., Near Grand
How About Your Spring Suit?
Now is the Time to Order It!
Come in and set* the new line of Spring and Summer Models.
We Guarantee Quality, Fit, and Style.
JOHN MANZ, Tailor
Main Street, Lents
ft. D. Kenworthy and Co. Inc.
funeral Dlreciort, embalmers
CALL* ANSWCRKO IN ANY PART OF THl CITV
Mies Elsie Berry returned to Tigard
Mr». Landon of Park A «'enne ha»
Wednesday after a few days visit with Iwen suffering from an attack ol blo«»t «o«3«ooo«3««aio«3»o«o«moi «3» «3« «31«3»
■ home folks.
poisoning this week. Her mother M«s.
Kane, of Grveliam, ha» liren helping
YOUR LUMBER BILL
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cruikshank of .Mr» I .andon.
j Hflth street are parents of a eon born
here need not bother you. For
I March 29tb. He has been Daniel Bruce.
FOR SALE—S. C. White Leghorn
our pri«*e» are as ni«»irrab< as
Egg» for hatching. Setting 15 egg* 75c.
as any and a» our lumber is mi
Charlie Kennedy reports an unusual Incubator lots 54 <J>1 hutidrrd Fertility
J bright outlook in the real ««tate busi guarantee«! Not show stock lint very
sound it last» for year», you’ll
heavy layer». Correspondence invite»).
not have another hill to pay
W. Givens, Box 37, Estacada, Oregon.
for a long time. What is your
FOR RENT—I acres,iortuer Ball Park
Mt. Scott Drag Co. reports buainexs
present need? We carry every
pri«pe«-M gool The painting season is of la*nts. Will rent for 3 year». Cail
Mi»» Nellie Stevens, Columbia 223, or
thing from lieavy »ill beams to
placing ■! uite a trade.
Kennedy A K lineman. Real Estate,
W. A. Hall has traded hia feed stable Lenta.
THE PANAMA FURNITURE CO.
J. F. Heyting
Phones Tabor 968; Home 3112
Bicycles, Tires and Sundries
6 to 10 per cent Less than
GOOD LEGHORN egg« for hatching
Wagon for Salai heap—I1» ton camel ami l«aby chick» Call Calkin» Poultry
back, with cover, term» Tal«or 6UB7
Farm, Gilbert Station. R D I, lent».
Blanche Merrill epent laat week at
Wyeth visiting relatives.
Mr». Elliott of Corvallis who ha» la«en
visiting her daughter. Mr» Mary Wood-
Woodmere school got in the Sunday worth, of 83nl St., returned home
Oregonian for a half column write up.
Thursday of thia week.
Cement, Brick, Lime, Wall and Land Plaster
East Side Bicycle Exchange
WANTED—Housework ami washing
Otto, Fred, and leo Katsky, relieved
by the hour. Tabor 173. Mra. Kestell. wool Monday evening of the death of
their father who haw been ill at Ida
K. P. Tobin ha» Ixvn painting up the home in Minnesota lor several month.
front on hie property on Main Street.
Washed Gravel, Sand
Th«1 Misses Edith and Elsie Berry,
were visiting their »i»ter. Mr». Payne,
at New Era, Sunday
Dr. ILw ami Gao. Spring went to
Geo. Smith of Clemson will move to Jennings laxlge, Wednemlay tithing.
Georg,- captured a 17 pound »almon.
his farm near Silverton.
Doc. got to carry it home
E. I. Rayburn is doing duty on the
jury thia month.
Mr W. L. Sanden, th«" Gray» Cross
ing butcher, who ha» Iwn »uffering
Herbert Peterson took tlie State Board from «i disablisl hand is again in tie"
of Pharmacy examination Tuesday.
For Your Satisfaction Call at
S8-00-V4 GRAND AVENUE
Mr». Elmer Dmet, of 57lh Avenue,
ha» been III the pant we««k with ton
W ilber g-Oppe gar d
6924 Foster Road Near 70th Street
The special meeting» al tin* Methodist
church have liven th«* attraction of many
non-church-going people tlie past week.
Many have join«! the church going
crowd and expressed a lietermination to
live a better life. It is to lie hoped th.-
irood work will continue.
¡ fl The Copeland Lumber Company
Phone Tabor 1371
Foster Road and Campbell Sts. lent» Station, Portland, Oregon
The monthly business meeting of the
I^nts Y. P. A. was held in the young
men's room of the Evangelical Church
Tuesday evening. A very interesting
debate was held on the question, "Re I
solved that a city boy ia greener i«i the
country than a country boy is in the
city. The judges decide«! unanimously
in favor of the affirmative. Refresh
ments were served and every one en-
joyed themselves moat heartily.
The annual state convention of the
Woman's Missionary Society of the
Evangelical Association will be held in
Grace Evangelical Church ol this city
next week. The first session will be
held on Tuesday evening at 7:90; the
principal speaker will he Mrs. Banks,
who »pent fourteen years in Africa;
Eehballs, returned from China, will
speak, dressed in native costume and on
Thursday evening another message
from Africa will be given by Mrs.
Thomas Mrxxly. The «lay sessions will
open at 9:30 a. m. ami 2:00 p. m.
Topics of general interest will be dis
cussed, interspersed with papers ami
music. Thursday afternoon will he de
voted largely to business.
Bhnpp of Portland will preside. The
genera) public is cordially invite«! to at
tend any or all sessions.
>OO «3101 Ol
Herald Bargain Offer
Miss Jessie Hoover, lisail of the
i Domestic Science Department of the
1 Idaho educational system, spent Friday
I with Mra. Darnall. M im Hoover ami
Mr». Darnall were neighbor girl friends,
1 students at the Kansas Agricultural
' College, and roommates at the State
Normal. It wax a joyous re-union they
Mr. Thomas. Mr. Narramore ami
Supt. Aiderman were out on We«ln«si-
day to inspect the children at noon day
lunch. It ie probable that their rec
ommendations will decide whether the
necessary apparatus shall lie installed to
I provide for regular noon day lunches.
Home gas plates and tables will be
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