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CARDS OREGON NEWS NOTES
OF GENERAL INTEREST
MUSH Wad Htrset
DR. C. S. OGSBURY
Otto* : Tabor 3214
Itae. Tabor : HIM
DR. P. J, O’DONNELL
(Jor. MM and Foster Bond.
I nmi I*. Ora.
DR. A. O. ATWOOD
»307 Poetar R<«d
Of lice, Tsbor M21
Home, Tatmr 4004
H. P. ARNEST
ATTOnXBT AT UW
MMOfc Ninety-sqquud Street
Phone : Taltur* 2166
t*uto Hta., near car ho* P ortian », Os.
MT. MOTT MH m HC, l o . o . S’.
Meets «vary Tuemlay evening at 7:80.
W. BOHM. N. G.
W. E. GotXIINM, Mecretary
EHRLICH A BERNHARDT
I a A dikn *
and gentn *
MADE TO ORDER
I m toe I Hl y lee in spring Gap*
VISA Foster Road
Next Dour to Poatuffice
Lents Welding Shop
Aluminum Cooking Utensil* W«l<ied
Lawn Mowrn Repaired
mim L Sliar|veued
All Work Guaranteed
Foatar, nr. Mmd
VELVET HUA VW
'j a Mas
Economy Furniture Co.
L. A. BARKER, Prop.
New anti used furniture, «tuve«
ruga, car|M*e, took«, etc.
6015 Ninaty-sacamd St.
Conductor of the Portland -,
(130 voice«) vocal teacher.
Portland, Tillford Building
Phone Bwd 3777
9 a. m. to 3 p. m.
Over the Herald Office
JOSEPH A. FINLEY
and Express Auto Tiuok
R KSI DEMOS
9436 Foster Rd. Lents, Oro.
We Clean ’Ey High Presure
Free Delivery ncTabor 4886
All Work Guaranteed
5485 Foster Rd. Portlartd.Ort.'
DO DROP IN
Mrs. Robert Hton* l*ft Sunday by
auto, to oUtZ bar brother, U. M Mur-
faoa at Salem, for a few day*.
Mr. and Mr». Johnson of Logan,
h ShMdmd for «pent Sunday with the Freedolph« at
84th Mr**t and «»th avenu«.
of Th. Herald
G. A. Jone*, ot Corvallis, was In
lanta Monday, He formerly was in
th* real oatate business here.
The late rain* have made garden»
Tho fifteenth auuuai convention of grow at a wonderful rate
th* Oregon Bankers' association con hoaat* aonie of th« finest gardens In
veaed at Eugen* Tweadaj.
Itev MI m Terrell, pastor of the
The M0.000 gravity wator project Friend* church, returned Tuesday.
uadartakon by Monmouth naariy a from th« yearly meeting of the
Friend* church at Newberg, and ro-
year ogb ha* b*«n completed
porta a pleaaant «oa*ion.
While fishing oa a doch at Newport,
Jea*. Holman, wife and two aona n<
Ivy Howard caught an octopus which Hood River, called on Bob Htone Mun
measured about six feet In diameter day. The Helman* wer« nelghbora of
Chari** A. Barr, roaldaat of Marion Mr. Htone at Hood River, aevarul
oounty slnoe 1(7», died at hie home year* ago.
Mra. Mary Wolford of Walla Wall*.
five mile* south *f ttalem. He was
Wa*h„ la at the preeent time vlattlng
«• years of ago.
her «on, C, M. Wolford, a merchant
A ploolc fer all residente of Marion at Gray*» <‘rowing. Mr». Wolford la
oounty to Miad planned by tbe Marlon In her «Oth year, but Mill take» In
County Community federation and will tern« In politic» and world affair*.
White «putting wood teat Sunday
toaoburg cherry crop to rlpaa- afternoon, F. Dahlln ot «744 «5 avenue
wa* «truck by a epllnter which enter
ld*. ' Earlier varieties will bo ed hl* right thlgb, causing him.con
pteatiful, it i^ believed, and th« late siderable palti. A physician wa« callod
fruit proariara heavy yield*
and attended the wound.
Meant*. Hedge. Stans. Kateky bro
Th« Una Bounty farm bureau haa
bag« a aerie« of poultry thers and Dr. Ogsbury attended the
Shrlners banquet at th» Benson Hotel
h rations In Lina county last Haturday night. Mr. Kennedy
and Mr. Wilcox were Initiated into
mite* from all sections the Mhrin« degree# Haturday.
•I Oregon aud the Pacific north want
E. Q. Ogsbury of Ignore. Idaho, a
aaaambled at ltalem Saturday foe th« brother of Dr. C. H Ogsbury. I* assist
ing the latter at the NorihweM Poultry
aaautd humccomlng oe rente a lea.
1'ompany‘s yards on «2nd street and
Eugene and Hprtagfleld have joined
74th avenua Mr. Ogsbury expects to
farce* tor a Fourth ot July oelebrattoa. remain here for some time.
Springfield will oelabrate Saturday,
Mra. May Howe of »2nd street, near
July 8. and Eugene Monday. July 4.
Woodstotik avenue, recently drew th«
Aurora'« new artealaa trull to now lucky number in a drawing conducted
flowing at th« rate of nearly 40.000 under the auspice« of the United Ar
gallon« a day. which 1« several thou tisan* Ixxtgr which made her the own
er of a fine new Chevrolet auto.
sand gallon« more than th« city uses.
Mr. and Mrs. Jamea M. Leitch of
Airpin*« fere« fire patrol »ervloo la »15! »»th street, have been entertain
Oregon will not «tart until Jun« SI. ing Mr. and Mra. MacCarthy. of Og
according to a totter received at the den, Utah. Mr. MacCarthy and Mr.
office* of F. A Elliott, «tat« foreotor. twitch were formerly from Kearney.
Tbe Hherldan Light 4 Power Co., NcbraMka. The MacCarhtyv are on
with headquarter« at Hk«rldan. baa
Axel Kildahl. of the I^ent* Garage,
filed with the Oregon public service ■old a Itort to James Melman, of
c«mml«alon application for a* Inorease Pleasant Valley, last Saturday. Farm
ers are complaining bitterly of the
J, John Steiger, prominent gbeop man gasoline restrictions Imposed by the
bad rancher of Baker county aad Idg wholesaler*. They report many
tractors and wood saws Idle as a con
known throughout eastern Oregon, sequence
died Friday while on a fishing trip
Miss Mildred Barker, daughter of
L. A. Barker, «212 «1st street, wa*
Bort Jewell, of Qreoapolnt. formerly one of the many graduate* from the
game warden for Clackamas oounty. Franklin High school last week.
Dick Totey, Of Rex, Ore.. 1« work
drowned la tbe Clackamas river whoa
ing once more for Rgglman Bros.. At
the boat In which he aud two cumpau their market oa »«nd street.' He re
moved to Rex last February, after
About SO repreaoatattvoe ot Baptist working some time for the Egglman*.
chu robes of Malheur, Wallowa, Union
Attorney H. P. Arnest will occupy
aad Baker count!** attended the fhe furnished room« of the| Altef-
Qraude Rondo Baptlot association, niatte, «10« »Sth Mrcet, who haVte
gon* up near Mt. H«od for tbe aum-
which waa held at Baker
uiec, Mra>.H. T. Arnest, mother of
W. H. Smith, Echo farmer, waa the attorney may come up from Leb
killed oa hie ranch by Mayor Ana B anon and keep house for hltne. Mr.
»a. ot Echo, who went to aid Apnest still retains his law offle«*
— Sheriff In arreotthg Smith oa 'tn the Addlton building.
Mra. Mary B. Howe, who Itvee on
«bargee of robbery and aaaault.
Receipt* of the motor vehicle depart- 41 st street near Division, has just sold
her residence and store at Gray*«
maat at the Mate government for the Crossing to G. It. Williams. Her son
month of May. 1820, totaled JS9.684. George Howe, who Is a lumbermaYi
according to a financial «tatement pre residing near Marshfield, Coos County,
«»« greeting old friends at »2nd streM
pared by th« secretary of «tote.
Unprecedented Increase la buelaeea and Woodstock avenue, last Friday.
Mr^aad Mrs. WlUiauas and little son
during the peat fbw i
recently can«* fro®1 California
ad the reason for th«
capital Mock of the Fhe* compaay «f
Salem from 11,500,000 to 14,000,000.
A number of men of Coburg and
vlclsltj were cited by Deputy Sheriff
Crener to appear before Dtotriet At
torney Ray aad explain why they have
not obtained «tote llcoane* for their
Wnahlngton county Holateta brood
aro heli g Hold msetlug Ob'tbe farm
pt H. Martin, near Eddy. Mr. Martin
4*^a tav<«f thorough-bred sattl*. 'A
formerly livid la Lents.
Good lint of reaidence prop
erty, farm« and «mall acreage.
Also grocery and confectionery
•lock« for «ale.
Try Ua For Quick Raault*
CLEANING PREtWING DYEING
We Cail For and DeHver
Tbe e«ly Cleaaar «a4 Dyer la
tbe Mt. Scott District
0400 Foetov Rd.
THE CARLE REALTY COMPANY
For IG- mu II m
FARM ACREAGE WANTED
5»28 72nd Htreet Southeast
Phone Tabor 247»
WHITE LEGHUHN OME YEAR OU)
HEMH. 1 DEI4VER IN REAHOM-
call Tabor 6895.
6848 84th St., S. E.
For EXPRESS AND MOVING
< all Tabor sues
I axm I
and Long litstanc* Hauling
ot all kinda.
1-eav* Order«-at Parfootton Confec
tionery, cor. 82nd and Foater Road.
JOHN E. DEARDORFT
For the purpone of dlM-uMtag the
wool aad mohair mar hat aituatlon and
th* organisation of a county wool aad
mohair growers’ association, a «erles
of meetings of growers of wool and
mohair will ho held In Linn county
The fight of the Dalla« church«* to
close the moving picture theater« In
the city on Bunday waa log« when the
cltlaon« of the town In a «pedal Heé-
tlon decided they wanted the Bunday
evening «bowo by a vote ot 407 t*
SS4, ending a bitter fight.
A largo amuaement hall and several
homes for employee of the Oregon
Lumbar ompany ar* being oenitructed
at Batea, a lumber eamp on the Sump
ter Valley railroad, by the lumber cor
poration, In an effort to better living
condition* and afford recreation to It«
Between 8000 aad 7400 pheasant
egg« are to be hatched this year at
the state game farm at Eugene, aa-
cording to State Game Warden Burgh
duff. At present 1300 young bird«
an out aad MM eggs are under the
hen«. The Corvallla farm will ato*
«roduáb about 7004 birds thl* J»a».
Cor. 8004 Woodatock Av«,
and 80th Street
AU, KINDS REPAIR WORK
Right-Grade Cedar Shingles
in any quantities.
Re*. «125 «Oth Avenue
Htand Phone Main 714
ML Scott Transfer Co
J. 8. Millar. Prop.
Piano and Furniture Moving
Baggage and Exproae
Dally Trips to Mt. Bcott aad Le
Agent for Kook Springe and
Stand: Find and Taylor
Stai Moving e a
WOOD AND COAL
Tab. 1494 D61
8222 Footer Rd
J. A. CORNES
Frail« «nd Produce la Beases. Cigars.
Tobacco. Soda Feuadaln Open
All Day Bunday.
Eggiman’s Meat Market
FRESH AND SMOKED
MEATS AND FISH
Vegetables and Fruits
Butter and Eggs
Special - Prices
On. Ladie’s and Gentlemen’s Suits. Call
and inspect the beautiful new patterns to
choose from while the lines are' complete.
Ice crea.ni only 1« open on 8unday
Rental, and Boatness Chuscos
Freshest Eggs and
. G. OORLOW
We photogrspb anything, aaywherk any
Ums. Toar homo, feot family,
Knlars««sonts aad Cepytag Beae
Open from • s. ok to * p. ■-
Sundays • a. m. to 5 p. m.
Butter and eggs
have a highly nutri
tivevalue and should have
a prominent place on every
table. But quality is an impor
tant feature to watch.
Rich, delicious butter
adds greatly to the tastiness
of the meal, and we always
have plenty, both creamery and
country made. Cheaper
grades for cooking.
Our eggs come in fresh
every day—right from the
Frank Babnlk, Prop.
•IM fkarter Road
Baby carriage« repalr.xl and ra
ti red. Uwn mower« and «aw« repaired
CESS POOLS DUO
Box 846 Route 8
charge no more than you would
pay elsewhere for in
BICYCLE REPAIR SHOP
MRS. A. STEINMAN
ha« excl delve selling privilege« In thi*
city health offtoor, han tanued a warn territory for Splrella Coraeta.
Fitting« guai rnateed.
ing to all uni* of city
. Service in your
the water for cobbing
Your busineae solicited and appre
purposes until a sample of tbe water
baa bna analysed by tbe Mat* beard ciated.
Phone before I a. m
211-11 then call ISIS
TBL. TABOB tUl
In a signed canfeMion reiterating LOANS
Statement« made previously to folio«
LAUER REALTY CO.
convicts but tho truth of which wera
doubted by Dr. R. Lee Htelner, until
CITI PHOPIBTY As4 FARMS
recently superintendent of the peni
Pheas: Taber S143
tentiary, Jamee Ogle, now serving • .1018 T2ad Street
FI RIBAND STATION
life oentonce In the Institution for th*
murder of J. N. Burgess «nd Georg* P. G. Wilson
K. C. Wilson
E. Porringer of Fondleton In Multnb-
WILNON’S AITO SERVICES
tnab county lk*t November, has as
sumed ail blame for tbe «hooting of
the two men and exonerated David
Bmitlt and Waiter Bannaater aa tar
aa the actual killlag was concerned.
Smith and Bannaater also are under
life sentence for the part they played
la the murder*
*434 Foater Road
SpireHa the W orld’«
ROSE CITY VAN
Houea* for Sala
Instructor of Popular
RAGTIME AND CLA88ÎC8
107 East 60th St.
Phone Tabor 1115
L1M Tour Property with
AXEL KILD AHL, Proprietor
6919 Ninety-second Street.
KERN PARK REALTY
MRS. J. M.- IXJVKJOY
The Lents Garage
tFhone Tabor 2573
he tells us over the phone. "Can you
come and help me out?’ “Sure,” we
reply. “Where?’ “Oh, about ten miles
out.” “All right, we’ll be there and
fix you up.” Inside of an hour our
repairmen hre out there on the job,
and if it’s not too bad, Mr. Autoist is
on his way. Or we tow his car back
Any sise, from 9 rooms up.
*1*1 FOSTU BOAD
First payment 6100
or mort. CITY PROPERTY A SPECIALTY
Balance eàaÿ. ■' See Kennedy and Farms «ad Acreage Colleettba». Loess.
Wilcox, Tabor 4811.
I'VE HAD AN ACCIDENT
»10« WoodMock Aw,
Mra. Richardson will close the
ParUr Kiianery at 8004 88th street
from July 1 to September 1. In
th* meaatima all «ummer hate will
oattl« Judging ooatset for both adult* be doaed out regardle«« of coat.
aad boys was Wiki.
at the Sixth Avenue Grocery,
•nd take • look at our fresh veg
etables. fresh eggs, nice line of
salt meats, canned foa^s. fruit,!
etc. Corteous Treatment and
Because a large number of can* at
good values. Location at 8614 lllneao frota «tomach trouble have do-
Woodstock ave. Phone Tabor vel<iped-|l» Medford from unknown
caueñ, none oerfous. Dr. K. B. Pichel,
The Herald does all kinds of
printing, > not the eheap kind,
but the good kind
Local and Personal C. E. TILLMAN
Telephone Orders Given Prompt Attention
Lents Mercantile Co
Phone: Tabor 1141
5805 92nd St
TKeUerald does all kinds of Printing