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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (March 28, 1912)
Mss Lillian Blaxen. who wa sa teacher
here here until February, but now of
Kerns school, visited our school last
Preaching IX a. m. and reception of
memtiers. Subject:“ Child Culture by
Agriculture ” Preaching at Bennett
Blanche Rutherford came home from
Chapel :lp m , in the evening evan
her Harmony school ill last Friday . we
gelistic service by the pastor l et the
hope it is not serious.
children come urge strangers to come.
Mr. Beard has tsken a contract to
W. BOYD MOORE Pastor.
construct s dwelling
Mrs. R. J. Grundy, who came
for THEM L-oka suggestive, doesn’t
here from San Francisco last week,
have decided to stay here at least for
The reconstruction of the Msin street
south of Johnson Creek bids for good
The Volunteer Fire Department held
road in the early summer.
All the churches of Lents will get an interesting business meeting Mon
together in a large temperance rally to day evening.
LOCAL NEWS AND
CHINA -LEE COMING
Another Big THREE DAYS Free Demonstration of Chi-Namel
BY CHINA-LEE AT THE LENTS HARDWARE COMPANY—APRIL II, 12 AM) 13
orgalixv a systematic and thorough
H. A. Darnall is expected home from
canvass At al) the voters in order to eastern Oregon, where he has been
keep 1-enta clean and dry
Want your laboring in the interest of the Grange.
Miss Lixxie Morgan is assisting in the
HINA-LEE will only be too glad
E have made special arrange
Mr. Carr of Lenta is sccompanying fruit and confectionery store of A.
the twogrest deflators, Burke and Cha Bohna.
to offer suggestions and plans
ments whereby we are pleas
fin in their tour over the state, as their
Mrs. A. F. Hershner returned from
for the repainting of your houses and
ed to announce the appearance of Chi-
Madras. Oregon, last Sunday, where
Mr. Donaldson expects to soon build
she has been visiting her daughters
will demonstrate it as she goes. In ad-
na-Lee at our store on the above men
on his two lota in Rossmere. We do
Misses Joyce and Blanche Hershner.
not wsnt him to be in s hurry in leav-.
dition to this we are going to give you
Mrs. E. M Douglass, of the eastern
tioned dates. China-Lee, a beautiful
ing this community.
A meeting was heki Friday the 22nd.
absolutely free a 20c voucher that can
young woman, will demonstrate the
in the Library to discuss ways and the P“1 *****
means of the new Gravel Pit Park.
AU day king Sunday crowds of Port-
be applied on any Chi-Namel product
many uses of Chi-Namel, showing you
land people were to be seen getting on
Mr. Roots and wife of Boring, were and off the cars here, some going to
in our store by simply buying a 10c
not only the easy graining process but
Lenta visitors this week.
the beautiful Mount Scott Park Cem-
Mr. Ross has offered his business etery to witness the wonderful trans
paint brush and signing the coupon
how to stencil walls, floors and even
comer in Lents for sale
etc., , and some were
. . way of landscaping, etc
tached. For instance you pay 10c
Mr and Mrs. Luther had an extend- content to ju#t
sofa cushions. This is all absolutely
around viewing the
cd visit in Los Angeles, for the winter. town
a regular 15c brush and you get the
town and the manv
many additions. it
They report, glad to get back, "Oregon timated that fully 250 people were tn
freehand it is certainly a treat that you
voucher which pays 20c on a 50c can
the town that day who had never been
should take advantage of at once
U. of O. law school held a mock here
of Chi-Namel. Clip it out now.
trial Wednesday night. J. Williams
Mrs. Amy Kellogg, of 2X0 Second
and Cliff Schneider won their case.
Avenue. Lents, has been appointed resi
J. O. McKay was a pleasant caUer t dent agent for the celebrated Spire I la
Mrs. Sim Cahoon of Cliffs, Wash.,
•Henry Page is nursing a black eye
visited the past week witli friends in
and bruised nose as a result of a head-
i on collision with a post while on the
The Lents Friends church is under way to the tire the other evening. How
Corner of Main Street and Carline
going many lmprovment- and will soon ! it happened Henry or no one else seems
present a greatly improved appearance ”'”b^~ evidence
lioth exterior and intenor. The addi of an awful “jar.”
tion has been completed and adds great
The baseball dance given by the A
ly to the seating capacity and comfort
of the edifice and the entire structure & W League team was such a grand
is now lieing treated to a new coat of success that another one is to be given
paint. Other improvments are under two weeks from that date by the same
way and lieing contemplated that will team. They cleared about $20.
make the Freinds church one of the
The Isis Theatre was the scene of an
most comfortable places of worship in unusually large gathering of town kidd
ies last Saturday the event being the
The attention of our readers is called dog and monkey show of Prof. Hunt,
to the page ad of the Grange store in and they all had a “dandy" rime.
Remember that the Baptist Church
Mrs. Rodney Hurlbut, formerly Miss is meeting for the present opposite the
Richmond and a teacher in the local Grange Hall. Theme of morning ser
•‘Bill” i* a good one. boys. He is a | and was on the down and out list for
school, was here the fore part of the mon: “What Every Christian in Lents gool “comeback,” and he didn't go t> eighteen months.
Then he indicated
week visiting friends. She was also a Needs. " Song by male quartet at the Car-on City, either. TXieee were the that he was ready to come Lack, and I
pleasant caller at the school.
wonb expreaaad by tiie driver on ti* | boys he’s a “comer,” but unlike Jeffrie* i
Remember that Saturday is Clean-up
Deputy Sheriffs John Hall and Bert hose wagon of the Sunnyside station, and '‘Little Abe.” The truth of th»-
day. If you can’t be there send some Phillips went to Bull Run Wednesday in Portland Fire iH-partment. that raced to I driver's statement was attested by th»- j
one in your place.
response to a message that the man who D-nts during Tuesday night’s fire. "Bill” fact that “Bill” now more than 20 year*
Spring fever has a decided hold on stole Shoemaker's horse at Gresham is a big. white horse, and a veteran of old, mail»-the run from the Sunnyside
many of our residents and already the several days ago was there. They found the Portland, having ia-en in the service Station to I»ent*, a distanceof four miles '
thoughts are turning to the rod and the horse but failed to secure their man. I over twelve years. “Bill” was formerly in twenty minute*, with less exertion
a middle horse on truck No. 1 and has thon hi* mate, a big 7-y»-ar-ol<l-roai>. j
gun and other summer amusements.
E. M. Hogue, of The Dalles spent
raced many times to save property and Leading in the long race and drawing [
Mrs. H. A. Darnall was a guest for Sunday at home.
live* from destruction. Three year* ago his lialf of the load at every jump, old I
dinner at the home of Mrs. Fred Katz-
W. A. Brown will leave the first of ‘‘Bill” was stricken with blind staggers “Bill” pulled up at the finish of the four- !
mil»- course without the !<-a*t indication
the week for his home in Wasco county.
Mr. and Mrs. Goldsmith, of Portland,
of any ill effects. Covered with foam I
Mrs. Clay Courier. and her mother,
came out Sunday in their auto and
Mr. Matheny and wife of Silverton, and wet with i«-rspiration. old "Bill”
visited with Mrs. Fred Katzky, who is from Peninsular, visited with Mrs. |
callers at the home of Vt. P. Her gazed at th»-glowing ember* of the de- I
Mrs. Goldsmith’s sister.
man, Mrs. Matheny being a niece of stroytsi home with an expression that
Mrs. John Davis, Mrs. Merle Davis. Mrs. Herman. The couple were on »■emitl to say: “It was a long,' hard !
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reynolds were
recent visitors in Hood River, where Mrs. Hathaway of St. Johns, and Mrs. their wedding tour
The groom is a run for an old plug like ine, but I'm
Mr. Reynolds has property interests.
J. T. Alexander, and Miss Altie Odell prominent business man of that place. good for many more. ami still able t»> |
Directors Campbell and Sabin visited from Alb'n> 8P«nt Tuesday with Mrs. Mrs. Annie Matthiee of Porfland. also a set a pace for some of the colt«.”
the Lenta Schools the latter part of the E- M- Hogne.
niece, was bresent.
week. This was the first visit received
Mr. J. W. Gettings and brothers of
CARD OF THANKS
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence of this place
from the directors this year and they Rayburn Avenue, spent two weeks at have returned after an all winter'« stay
We wish to thank all friends and
report excellent conditions.
Bay Ocean recently.
neighbors for their kindly asefartance and
in the metropolis.
Wallace Blything is now subbihg for
beautiful floral offerings during our be
Mrs. F. Hayes is convalescing after
Our all around mule man, Mr. Wil
reavement of the lose of our lieioved
mail carrier in Portland.
several days of severe illness.
cox is starting up agai.i.
Mr. and Mrs Spencer, formerly of 1 purchese»! a brand new wagon and a wife and mother
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Frounk are
C. I). Sandero.
thought they would make Cali buncom span of mules. Those wanting
now cozily settled in the Chas. Frounk
H. B. Sanders.
fornia their home but ¡have returned to the earth turned up side down will do
W. C. Sandero.
Oregon. They are staying at grandpa well to see him.
Mrs. E. Young was a business caller Drake’s on 3rd. avenue.
W. F. Sandero.
The Herman brothers, C. " • sod C.
G. L. Sandero.
in the city one day last week.
8., visited their parents Sunday, the
Mrs. W. P. Jackson.
Mr and Mrs. Grant Clayton, of Hose
24th. They are progressive farmer* of
Mr*. J. K. Long.
burg, who were called here by the
the Malalla district Each have a Ford
Mr*. C. P. McGrew.
death of the latter’s sister, relumed
Motor car, C. 8. being an agent for that
M v HE wise >ld lad who writ»-» an
CARD OF THANKS,
Mr. John Wright is visiting friends
Mr. Frank Stearn and young wife, re
ill ad st«-ro clear of wearisome
We wish to express our heartfelt
in Myrtle Creek, also tending to some
cently from Kalama, Washington, have
digression; he know- he should
purchased property on Wth avenue, ami thanks for the many kindnesses shown
Corner Main St. and Carline
if he would make a i the early morning risers can hear the us during the recent ilness and death of
Mr. and Mrs. H. Turner have moved -
good impression. Old Jabez Dink
chug of his motor cycle as he goes to his our tieloved one. We especially wish to
from the Fronk house and are now
thank the members of the Women of
settled on the Hoskins property, one with printers’ ink kicked up a large * place of business.
and noisy shindy, but didn’t sell bis
Woodcraft who were verv kind and al
block south of 65th Ave.
That Clairvoyant communication
dry goods well, because his ads were
ways willing to lend a hand, and Rev.
Mrs. H. G. Hawkins, of Richfield,
long ami windy. And now he rants , surely is a stinger on some one. Ho! Conklin who was very attentive to the
Wash., is visiting her sister, Mrs. A
ye spirit aspirant, did those fire bugs wants of our loved one.
around and pant* and cusse* in a
have cloven feet and a spear on the end
style surprising. "Onethingl know.”
Mr and Mrs. C. F. Stilwell
Mr. and Mrs. A. Wright entertained
of the tail?
he says: “By Joe, there is no good in
Mr. and Mrs. 8. O. Murray.
at Sunday tea the following guests:— advertising!” But Gaffer Spinks buys
E Smith and Miss Lulu Frakes of N.
Nineteen Miles a Second
printers' ink, and clothes his ads in
CARD OF THANKS
Yamhill, Mrs. Hawkins of Richfield,
withouta jar, shock ordisturbsnee is the
happy diction, and people read his
We wish to thank the neighbors and
Wash, and Oscar Stevens of Myrtle every scree») as though it were beat awful speed of our earth through space.
We wonder at such esse of nature’s kind friends who assisted us in onr
seller fiction. His brezzy a»is bring
movement, and so do those who take recent bereavment.
Mrs. Chas. Williams entertained a him the ecads and fill his -tore with
(write ntmc plainly)
Mr. Tn Ip.
Dr. King’s New Life Pills. No griping
party of Michigan ladies, Friday eve
eager buyers, while merchant* near
For Vice President
no distress, just thorough work that
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Ferrell, enter- loaf by the year and chew the rag with
tairfed at a house party Sunday. The weather liars. Says Gaffer Spink : “I
A good treatment for a cold settled in
guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sher surely think that when I’ve goods to eta at all dealers.
the hinge is a HERRICK’S RED PEP
place before them, I shouldn’t try to
wood and infant son, Kenneth, of 4th
PER POROUS PLASTER applied
and Harrison, also the Misses Leone make folks buy by starting in to tire
A pain in the side or back that catches to the chest to draw out inflama
and bore them. And so I write my
Taylor, Edna Smith, and Jessie Schwak
you when you straighten up calle for a mation and BALLARD’S BOM*
ad* ae bright and forceful as my
rubbing application of BALLARD’S HOUND SYKUP-to relax tightness.
hand can do them.” Thue Gaffer
The garden too) sale of the Lents
It relaxes the Yon get the two remedies for the price
brags: "I sell my rage—I don’t sit
Hardware Company was a decided
contracted muscles and permits ordin of one by buying the dollar sise Hore
success and proved that Herald adver round my etore and chew them!”
ary bodily motion without suffering or hound Syrup; there is a porous plaster
tising is not only profitable, but in-
inconvenience. Price 25, 50c and * 1.00 ree with each bottle. Sold by I^inta
despensible to the local merchant who
— Walt Mason
is after all the business he can get.
per bottle. Sold by Lenta Pharmacy.
LENTS HARDWARE CO
OLD FIRE HORSE MAKES RECORD RUN
Specially Priced at this
Made of good material
and made substantially.
Other grades at a little
higher price but still low
er than you can buy them
Screen door sets, com
píete, 8c and up.
Lents Hardware Co
Fill out and return to Beaver State Herald, Lents.
ADVERTISE IN THE HERALD