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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 2, 1915)
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Eggiman’s Meat Market
Week End Market Bargains
Katzky Bros. Department Store
3 cans Red Cross Tomatoes
Ghirardellis Ground Chocolat, 1 pound can .
of Quality and Service
7 Boxes Matches............................................
Your attention is called to our complete lines
of Groceries, Dry Goods, Furniture, Shoes,
Guaranteed Creamery Pfip
Butter, 2 lb. Roll . . . DUu
Nothing but the Best
AU church, tocl.ty. personal and local news
not published lor proSt. tree; notices ot en
tertainments, conducted tor profll. published
st a Ke minlmun, ot ho words.
ments and card ot thanks, sams rate. Adver
tising rates quoted on request.
Mias Carol Hogue spent Saturday at
Mrs. A. J. Bundy is
mother this week.
Miss Myrtle McNeil spent her Thanks
giving holidays visiting her parents.
Lo well Bradford and wife of Hillsboro
spent Thanksgiving holidays with their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Bradford.
Mrs A. D. Kenworthy io enjoying a
visit from her brother, F. W. Smith,
civil engineer in government employ.
6924 Foster Road Near 70th Street
Special Lot $8.48
Call and See Them
Call and see our Oregon All-Wool Men’s Suits fit
with two pair pants, extra values . . . . H>lUs
We Are Dealers in Everything
5806-5808-5810-5812 Ninety-Second Street
Fall and Winter Patterns
O. A. C.
SUITS AND TOP COATS
PARMERS' AND HOME-MAKERS' WEEK
sad RURAL LIFE CONFERENCES
Our Clothing is as Stylish as the best
City Tailored and Moderate in price
January j to 8, toiO
Live Information. Pruticsl Help fur the Soar
the Harm thr Community
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Conference* ■ n Oregon • M»»*t Vital Problem*
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Agricultural Lori eg*. Coopti»
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Mrs. Hanaway of east 37th street
visited her many friends in Lents on
Tuesday of this week.
Wagon Repairing and General
Matt Greenslade, Foster Road
L. 8. Millspaugh of Heppner has been
spending a few days with relatives and
former acquaintances in Lenta and
L. 8. Klineman of Hillsboro ha«
moved to Lenta and will live on 84th
Victor Coriteaux has traded his proper
ty at Battleground tor the Augustine
place on Stella Street.
On Several ALMOST NEW
Cook Stoves, $5.00 to 6.00
FIRST CLASS WORK
Each While They Last.
New and Second Hand Fur
niture Very Cheap. Call
Washed Graded Gravel
Panama Furniture & Hdw. Sture
Lumber for all Purposes.
Most Complete Line in all Mt. Scott
Shingles, Lath, Sash, Doors,
Builders Hardware, Building
and Roofing Paper
Lents J unction
THE HERALD $1.00 PER YEAR
Reasonable Prices and
nono 92nd st. South of car line
1-enta Station, Portland, Ore.
tiler Wird Deutsch, t'ugarish and
82nd St. and 45th Ave.
Phone Tabor 2063
Mrs. Mary V. Hill of Weston,
Nebraska, han come to .«pend the winter
with her pi,ter, Mr». 8. C. Bryant, of
Phone Tabor ¿2M
Resldesce ZI I N. Maia St Lesta, Ora.
Mt. Scott, Leals sod Portlssd
Wood and Coal
Drake & MLauck
Miller-Mowrey Lumber Co.
The economical question
If with the Cash Shoe
Repair Shop you start
Main Ktreet Lenta.
Mias E<lna Wolf, a former Lente girl,
of Pocatello, Idaho, stopped for a few
days visit with her many friends in
Portland and Lenta.
Messrs. Chas. Edward, and Julius
Krebs and their sister, Miss Lena, spent
Thanksgiving with the Hogues of 8Hth
JOHN MANZ, Tailor
WINTER > I ..fl
January to to F. > . .ry
GLEANING, AND PRESSING
You will make a mistake if you fail to
sec us before ordering
Two thousand | k pie all«« .<4 !«•<
It »• a
great plate lo in k I «»•«.• »» h he*
thi> X »• and live t!
Min Margaret Boland is recovered so
far from an operation for appendicitis as
I to return home today.
Mr. Oilman ot Kimira Addition, who
was operated on last week at the St.
Vincent’s Hospital is reported as doing
Phone Orders Promytly Filled
McDowell & Hodge
Joe Copeland has been looking after
business interest» in Idaho
Arm and Hammer Saleratus........................
7 cans, large size Carnation Milk
Our Prices are as Low as Lowest City Prices
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
100 lbs. Best Cane A f
Sash and Doors
Foster Road and Main St., Lents
Guaranteed Flour, CA TC
Sack $1.20 bbl..
Beef Roast 10 to 12c
Pork Roast 10 to 12c
All Kinds of Vegetables, Fruit, Bakery Goods, Confectionery
MAUDRA HAT SHOPS
IM ATM ST.
340 WASHINGTON ST.
in any quantity
Dr. Sells, lx«nta leading optician, has
moved his office to rooms in the Com
Mrs. 8. E. Coon of Fifth avenue spent monwealth Building in Portland so he
the week-end visiting Mrs. C. A. Buck- may be near his work in the College of
ley of Irvington and Mrs. H. R. Uttle- Optometry. Hia Lenta frienda and pa- ’
trons will be welcomed if thsy meet him
field of east Burnside street.
at the new location.
A new church of the Free Methodist
denomination is being built not far from
Katzky Brothers are getting their line
the Lenta Library. Everyone is cordial of Christmas goods ready for the trade.
ly invited to attend the services wl>en They have a fine display of toys, dolls
the church is completed.
and useful presents at prices that are
very attractive to economical buyer«
“Grandma" Robinson, living at the these close times.
John Hartwig home, met with a serious
accident Monday. 8he fell down the
On Wednesday evening of thia week
cellar-way and was severely shocked.
In the Lenta Baptist Church a chicken
“Grandma" is K4 years old.
pie supper was served to between forty
The Ixulies' Harmony Chorus of fifty and fifty young people. Toasts were
voices, Mrs. C. C. Tripp, director, will made by Geo. R. Greenwell, R. O.
give a cantata at the Lents Baptist Horning and Min Grace Davis
Church on the evening of Dec. 10. No young men’s class was organized with
R. O. Homing as temporary president,
and G. E. Barker as temporary secre
The Lenta Baptist Church held ite tary. A committee composed of Messrs.
Annual Thanksgiving Dinner on Thanks G. E. Barker, Davison and Greenwell
giving Day of last week.
This was the was chosen to recommend a constitution
fifth occasion on which members of the or special form of organization. The
church and friends of the church have supoer was served by Miss Davis’
met to eat dinner together on thia day. Philathee Class.
Baggage and General Hauling,
Trunks 50c Each
biave Baggage Check and Address
at Plummer Drugstore.
Third and Madison St.
HAY and FEED
Lime, Wall and
J. P. Finley&Son
Montgomery and Fifth 8t
One Place of Business Only
McKinley & Co.
9326 Foster Road
Phone Main 9