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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 26, 1915)
N. D. Kenworthy and Co. Inc.
Tnitral Directors, €«Nlwer$
CALLS ANSWERED IN ANY PART OF THE CITY
I.O.O F. BUILDING
Joe Copeland and hie brother-in-law
Mr. McCready started Tuesday evening
for a trip by auto to Idaho, They «X-
peci to lie gone several weeks.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
All rhuteh. «oclsly. personal ami local new*
not published tor proSt tree: nolle»» ol en
tertainments, eouduotvtl tor proti, published
at a lac mtnimuii, ot M «unta.
meni» and card ot thank», aame rate. Ad ver- i
tl»ln< rale« quoted on rsqussl.
Kev. Taylor ot Woodmore is attend-
mg the clerical conventions at Frisco
and lara Anglee. Rev. Clark ot Wood-
stock is tilling his piace at Hl. Paul’s.
Mrs. A. Kenworthy will visit rela
Ed Irish is busy on some small con
tives in Salem Friday morning.
tracts at Warrenton.
Ho reports pros
He spent Thursday
Gasoline for Uscente at Walsh's in Lenta.
Filling Station, 9319, Footer road.
Miller-Mowrey Lumber Co.
Lumber for all Purposes.
Most Complete Line in all Mt. Scott
Shingles* Lath* Sash, Doors*
Builders Hardware* Building
and Roofing Paper
Phoní J?.™ 2ÍÍ Lents J unction
Mrs. M. V. Hogue and daughters
Tin* Ash Family and the Milla family Carol and Helen, with Miss Beatrice
saw the Columbia itigli way Bunday.
Chaney ot Bandon visited friends in
Oregon City Friday.
W. P. Herman is repairing his store
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roof on Fourth and Mt. Hcott.
Mrs. Hager. who just retired from Uie,
chair of Nolde Grand in the Eureka'
J. J. Johnson and (amity an* spendiug Reliekah Lodge, was presented with a i
a month at Bar View, Tillamook County. beautiful piece of cut glass Mt the regu- ■
lar meeting Friday night.
Try Walsh when in need of any sort
of auto repairing, or oils or gas.
I. L. Rayburn and family are snter-
I mining Miss Beatrice Chaney ot Ban-1
Miss Prudence I>enny ot Ijdayatte is don. Miss Chaney was prominent at
She will 1
spending tbs week with Carat Hogue. the State Normal last year.
tract) at Tillamook this year.
.Mrs. Sarah Coons of Fifth avenue baa
gone Io Grass Valley for the month.
Nearly every woman is convinced that
ber husliand lacks tact, and she is apt '
Mrs. George Spring is spending some to be right about it. But if lie buys his ,
meat at tlie Gray« Crossing Market she ;
time at Aleiea Beach.
John Walrod and his daughter. Mrs. '
was seen on the street* of our town on
Goodman, are visiting relatives in
¡ Tuesday evening.
Tlie Evangelical Sunday School held will tie gone for several months and
a picnic dinner at tlie playground« may visit in Wisconsin and Obio.
Don Bloyd of Kelso, Wash., is help-
his brother. H. E. Bloyd, cashier of
FOR SALE or will exchange
wood: Horse, harness and buggy, Call the Multnomah State Bank this week
while the regular areretant, Mr Johnson,
at Herald office, Lents.
is away on a vacation.
Evelyn Hogue returned Tuesday
Patrolman Wilson, who has I wen tak- i
from a five week's visit at her aunt’s,
a few weeks vacation, ia iiack on
Mrs. Moyer, in Falls City.
the job. He s|>ent some of the time at I
Hood River looking over tlie fruit busi- '
Miss Kathryn Alexander of Krott
near and the scenery.
Street spent Sunday with ber anni.
Mrs. Bryant, on Park Street.
L. J. Burgdorf, newspaper man of
Murfreeboro, Tennessee. ia visiting J. L.
Mr. and Mrs. Beaumont and family
Robinson and family of Btella street.
of Archer Place e peni Sunday at the
Mr. Burgdorf is a brother-in-law of
Leitches on Fonrth avena*.
Mr Robinson. Ha it on a trip to the
west. Frisco, Han Diego, and other
Mrs. 8. C. Foster of Fourth avenue pointe of interest.
Hs is basing a fine
has gone to Tiliamook to visit ber son, time but seems to be satisfied with the
ANTISEPTIC BARBER SHOP
Shave 10c. Mak Cut 15
Ladies private parlors for Massag
ing, Scalp Treatment and Supcr-
flurous hair destroyed.
Foeter Road and Main St. lente
DO EMPTY STORES
and IMPROVE YOUR
Three Free Lectures
PROF. G- MORRIS
GRADUATE AND FELLOW OF THE
Fowler and Wells American Institute of Phrenology, New York
LLUSTRATE AND EXPLAIN
How to Read Character
By the Head, Face, Form, Walk,
Gesture, Hand-shaking, Handwrit
ing, Drees, etc Training of Child
ren ; Choi«*- of Pursuits: or What
Can I do Beet? Who may and who
tnay not Marry, and live Happily
together. Drawings. Outlines, and
Measurelocate 'of tlie Original and
Only Casts ever made ot the Heads
and Faces of Burr, Webster. Lincoln,
Edison and Guiteau will be shown
and explained at the first lecture,
also the Skulls of Intelligent, Idiotic,
Good and Bad people, ent open so as
to show ths structure of the inside as
well as the outside. The lecture
room will be adorned with Hundreds
of Life-Size Portrait* of good, bad,
wise and otherwise men, women
and children, horses, dogs, birds and
All these and Seventeen
Skulls, you can see at the first lec
ture. No Collection the first evening.
Each Lecture to close with Free Pub
lic Examination of Men, Women and
Children. Private Examinations in
the Hall after each Lecture, and
every afternoon. Practical Scientific
Advice on Health, Education, Busi
ness Adaption and Marriage, Oral,
50cents; with Marked Book Chart,
»1 00, 11.50 and $2.00.
Front Seats Reserved for Ladies
Lectures Commence Promptly at 8 o’clock p. m.
At The Lents Evangelical Church
Mon., Tues., Wed., August 30, 31, Sept 1
MONEY TO LOAN
Now i“ tin- «tÙDewto arrange for the
inoney to pay off that mortgage. It will
toon be due Why 7 per cent or 8 per
cent when we can furnish the money at
3 per cent per annum. Liberal loans on
improved or unimproved city or county
property. No commission charged; 10
year repayment privilege.
WESTERN CO-OPERATIVE RURAL
Lenta Agent, V. L. Irish, 5724 92nd St.
A Medicine Chest for 25c.
In this chest you have an excellent'
remedy for Toothache, Bruises, Sprains, [
Stiff Neck, Backache, Neuralgia, Rheu
matism and for most emergencies. One
25c. bottle of Sloan’s Liniment does it I
Uli—this because these ailments are
symptoms, not diseases, and are caused
by congestion and inflammation. If
Try Walsh when you are in need of you doubt, ask those who use Sloan’s
expert auto repair work. None but ex Liniment, or better still, buy a 25 .
pert help employed.
bottle and prove it. All Druggists.
We sell as Cheap as
the Cheapest Store in
Panama Furniture A Hard
Main Street Lents.
O. A. Il«« and family and their
friends. Mr and Mm. Morse of Obio,
Mr. and Mrs. Hedge and Mr and Mrs
Freeburg formed a |>arty to visit tlie
Columbia Highway Munday.
Mrs Morse, who have been guasta of
Dr. and Mrs. lit» for the fiaet week
left for Ohio Monday night over tile
Tlie local members of the G. A. R.
i are prejiaring a fine program for the |
I benefit of toe camp to be held at the
Theatre on Friday evening. A
long program of events has been ar
) ranged and in addition to that there I
| will he the usual run of good photo-1
: plays Tickets are now on sale and j
they are^oing at a gratifying rale. The I
' ttauai rates are to be given and all these
Emil Alplanalp was seriously injured
op Mondsy afternoon by falling off the
waler wagon used in the road work
that is l-eing done on the Oregon City
road. Just how the accident occurred
has not been determined.
taken home and doctors were called.
TheyMecided to take him to the county
hospital and he was removed at once.
It was feared that a bip bone was
brok<¥>. He was suffering intensely. ;
Al Boland is the proudest man in
town and the reeipient ol many con-
gratulations—a new nine pound son I
having arrived at his home early Tues
day morning, Al says be is the first
boy to venture into the Boland family
for twenty years and the fact prove»
the prevalence of the influence of the
war. No doubt he will be a genera)
One of the most delightful little needle
parties was given at tlie home of Mattie
B. Train on South Main street on Tties-
Those who attended
the party were Miss Marion Dickey and
her sister, the Misses Hamilton, Gray,
Billings, Knight, Vaughn and Megdames
Billings, Barstrow, Dittner and Darnall.
After an enjoyable social time dainty re-
i fresh men ta were served.
¡present felt indebted to the Misses
. Train (or the pleasant time.
The social given by 8t. Peters’ Church
members last Wednesday evening was
an exceptionally successful affair, largely
i due to the courtesy of the Gilberts Brass
Band, Isith socially and financially. A
large number were served with refresh
ments. Most of the program was con
ducted on the lawn which has lieen es
pecially arranged ami lighted for the oc-
cawtion’ with electric lights and Japan
I ese lanterns Later in
• the evening the
crowd fol lowed the music to the hull
wherejthey enjoyed dancing for several
Sash and Doors
Nothing but the Beat
of Quality and Service
Phone Orders Promytly Filled
6924 Foster Road Near 70th Street
Vour Spring and Sum
mer Suit Needs Attention
We clean and press to look like new,
and at prices so reasonable that no
one can afford to look untidy. Well
Fitting Clothes make the man. We
have them in latest styles and pat
terns. Get our prices before ordering
JOHN MANZ. Tailor
Additon Bldg.. Main Street, Lento
Wagon Repairing and Genera)
Matt Greenslade, Foster Road
Reasonable Price* Aaanred
FIRST CLASS WORK
Cash Shoe Repair Shop
Shining Parlor in Connection
L. PETROVICH, Mgr,
Washed Graded Gravel
82nd St. and 45th Ave
Phone Tabor 2063
ResMcsce DI N. Main St. Leals. Ore.
J. F. Heyting
Mt. Scott. Lests and Portland
Baggageand General Hauling,
Wood and Coal
I runks 50c Each
in any quantity
HAY and F 3 3^
’*•*« Baggage Check and Address
■t Plummer Drug Store.
Third and Madison St.
Lime, Wall and
J. P. Finley & Son
Montgomery and Fifth Ht
<>oe Place ot Business Only
McKinley & Co
9326 Foster Road
Phone Main 9