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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 15, 1912)
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LENTS GRANGE IN
TORS AND SHOPPLRS
Local and Personal
Read the announcement of The Em-
Misw Vertie Anderson, of Corvallis, is
[Minum in this issue.
visiting her friend Miss lrtia Iw'llt.
Mrs. French, formerly of Evergreen
Park, was a guest of Mrs. Brady last
Mr. and Mrs. Eta, of Portsmouth,
visited Miss Dorris Meyer last Sunday
and spent a delightful day.
Lents citisens should not forget the
regular weekly band concerts given every
Robert (Resell has accepted a position
in The Emporium and is going ¿o learn
the drygoods business.
Mrs. O. E Lent was called to Ranier
last Saturday, having been summoned
on account of the illn«iw of her sister-in-
George Tally, one of the deputies in
charge at Kelly Butte, resumed his duties
Monday, after a lay-off of a couple
W. A. Hartung, who has been a guest
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mey
er at Lents Junction, has returned to his
business in Seattle. He reports enjoy
ing a delightful visit in Lents.
Mrs. George McDougall, of Hot
Springs. Ark., is visiting in Lents at
the home of Mr and Mrs. J. G. Mc
Dougall, proprietors of the New Method
Ix-nte grange met in regular monthly
tk*sion .Saturday and the members
thereof enjoyed tlw* usual go«si lime and
Don't fail to attend the picnic at
considerable information along
Run Park next Sunday. Music by
i various line« during th«' lecture hour.
Lenta Concert Barn!
One candidal«' was given th«» third
and fourth degives and several visitors
A. V. Campbell, who resides on Route were present, including Mrs O. M. Plum
No. 3, Gresham. was a visitor in Lents mer. Mrs. Wells. Mrs. Howitt, Mrs.
Tuesday while en route to Portland.
Yail. Mrs Blanchard and Mrs. Ilannon.
The session w as ati all day affair and
J. H. Donaldson and family are visit at th«* noon hour an excellent lunch was
ing realitives at Tillamook and enjoying served, after which the lecture program
themselves in the breakers near there. was rendered. Recitations were deliver
ed by Myrtle Brock and Murel Hotch
Mr. and Mrs, Tom Cowing an I Mrs. kiss. County Commissioner Lightner,
George Tally visited Gresham Tuesday Mr Plummer and Mrs. Vail discussed
the coming Eugenic exhibit at the an-
while out for an auto spin.
nual stat«* fair, and th«1 importance of
Eugenics in general. In addition to the
Postal cards receive«! from Fay Ray
discussion of that subject Ethel Everts
burn who is enjoying the sights of Frisco
read a selection dealing with the ques-
state that he is having a good time and
is letting nothing escape his view.
The subject of poultry growing was
discussed by M. Hotchkiss and Mrs.
Mrs. A. O. Hess and children are en- Calkins. A piano solo by Mrs Lois
joying an outing and vacation at Sea Herachner and a vocal solo by Miss
side. They are in company with Dr. Adams were pleasant featuns) of the pro»
Anderson and family, of Westport.
gram. These were followed by various
discussions on minor topics.
The W. 0. B. C. of Grace Evangelical
Th«* proposed donation of food to the
Church will run their annual excursion Baby Home was taken up and many ar
to Estacada September 2’ Pariiculare ticles wen* promise«! that institution and
will appear next week.
will be ou hanii at the next regular meet
The seasofi and everything <»nsidered.
Nellie Bussell and her two daughters
Virginia and Blanche left Saturday for there was an excellent attendance and
Grand Junction. Colo., where they wiil the session was one of pleasure ami in
make their future home.
Inasmuch as the effort to secure a
half-holiday ou Saturday afternoon i
has again failed, the labor de
of the Woman's Chris
tian Temperance I’niou take this
opportunity to urge every Pastor of the
various churches of Portland to bring
the matter up liefere their respective
congregation« urging all to rrfraiu from '
all shopping on Sal unlay alter 12 at
noon. Not only through July and
August but all through the year, and
thus give a practical demonstration of
"Applied Christianity," We desire al- '
so to remind all meinlier« of the white
ribbon army, of the regular plan of
work of the labor department as it re-
late« to the “Ethics of shopping" etc.
"We d«*»ire our wonieu should study
the "Ethics of Christmas Shopping ”
Therefore Resolved, The evils of the
over-crowded stores, the long, tedious
hours of the working girl, demands our
Therefore Resolved, That we ple«lg«<
ourselves to refrain from «hopping
Christmas week, except necessities;
that shopping for the holiday season
shall be done prior to ltacemlier 17,
thereby observing the "Golden Rule." •
iVe will corftinue to agitate, educate,
to gain a half-holiday on Saturday, and
one rest day in seven. Get our own
members to pltnige not to «hop on Sat
urday afternoon, and furthermore will
urge employer« to have Monday rather
than Saturday a« pay.lay
check evil is one of gr«>at magnitude,
and should tie «topped Let us work tn
induce all corporations, all employer»
of men, to pay cash, and not in ch«H.*k».
Year after year thia body of philan
thropists have, not only adopted reao I
lutions to refrain from all. ah pping <>n
Saturday afternoons, but have, hun
dreds of the rank and tile, systematical
ly carried ont tfisse resolutions through
out the year.
We earnestly urge all women to join
us in "Ihiing unto others as we would j
be done by” I .et us not only "Resolve"
hut act and * Do it now lest ye forget "
L. II. ADDITON. Lecturer of Nation
al W. U. T. U. Labor Department.
Roy White, a Portland letter carrier
Maxmeyer's All-stars defeated the whoresides in Lents. is on the sick list.
Lents team in a shutout game last Sun
Iz*nta Tribe of Ben Hur have secured day and let the locals down with nine
Chas, Wise. Arthur Smith and the
the new Masonic Hall for their regular big goose eggs. "Maxey” twirled I an
Misses Lydia and Elsie Smith and a
meetings and will meet there next Mon excellent game.
party of friends are enjoying a pleasant
day evening. All members are urged to
outing at the beach near Tillamook.
A pleasant party was given at
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Kiley on
W. B. Bohna and family are spending
Mrs. A. S. Merrithew. who resides at Wednesday evening in honor of the 17th their annual vacation and outing at a
Arnaud station. reports having hail a
Coast resort J. B. Marshall and
dozen chickens stoleD several days ago. ter, Miss Fern. Full particulars will ap- family are also spending a few days at
The heads of the chickens were wrung
the border of the Pacific and enjoying a
from the bodies and lett in the chicken
pl ies «nt outing.
A rich joke is going the rounds at the
pen. Not satisfied with that detestable
work, presumably, the same parties took expense of Dr. Hees, but owing to the
R. G. Tweed, who has l>een mail car
advantage of her absence last Tuesday fact that he came through with a good
CARD OF THANKS
on Lents Rural Route No. 1 for the
anil poisoned two five month old pigs,
To the many friends who so ably as
both being dead when she returned.
sition and ceased his latiors today. His sisted us during our recent bereavement,
place will tie fiibd by the substitute, we extend our heartfelt thanks.
MRS. MARGARET A WILSON
Donald Gilbert, until after the regular
MR. AND MRS G A. H. H WILL
examination and appointment.
MR. AND MRS. V. E. HENSLEY.
The New Store
If you are a judge of a well selected, varied
and extra quality stock of goods that sell at
living prices we invite you to call and in
spect our line.
Prices Are Low
Quality the Best
Stock Is Modern
W. B. Moore has purchased F. W.
Kohn’s half interest in the “Clotlies
Shop" and is now the sole owner of that
firm. He is enlarging the stock and
will be able to supply all demands in
the clothing line.
Absolutely the Most Modern and Best Se
lected Line of Ladies’ and Men’s Fumish-
Bengou-h, the carlo.» ist and Allred
D. Cridge, exponents of th- single tax
movement, were in Lents Monday even
ing and addressed a fair six d sudienre
on the street. They are making a
strenuous camp.ign for the Ines-iire
and are holding meets st numerous
ings in Lents.
“In Lents to Please the People”
New Hashim Bldg.
Lents, Ore. |
Julian’s 15c Store
For Notions, Hosiery, Hats, Glassware, Toys,
Post Cards and all goods pertaining in the 15c
line, do not forget your home town 15c
Store can supply you
Our shipment ol hosiery has arrived and we
invite you to come and inspect this line.
Julian’s 15c Store
Opposite Mt. Scott Bakery
The Largest Loaf of Bread
May be bought at the
Mt. Scott Bakery
Between Main and First Ave. on Carline
• • •
The young son of Henry Page is in
the Good Samaritan Host ital at Port
M. E. CHURCH.
land as the result of a broken arm »us-
Preaching 11 a. tn. Subject, "Who
tainei in a fall from a flume at Hood is to Blame the Judge or the Criminal,
River, where he had been visiting rela The Sheriff or the Prisoner for the
Preachit g at Gates Chapel .! 15 p. m.
The Grays Crossing volunteer fire de Evangelistic se. vice in evening by Pas
partment is doing good work in the way tor.
of drilling and securing new equipment.
W. BOYD MOORE. Pastor.
G. A. Steffe is foreman of the new com
pany and is doing good work in that
8. 8. 9:45 a. m. Sermon 11 a. tn.
Joe B iv'e, who looks after the gang
of prisoners at work in the K-lley
Butte rock quarry, is off on hi arinusl
Joe said he was going to
Marion Lake, <>r., where he would en-
ei.j >v a fishing and hunting trip, but
tbo-e who know him wed »a. that he
, has heard the call of wedding bell a and
is somewhere else other than Marion
NEW TA1IAJK1NG FIRM
We have opened a new general tailor
ing firm in the building adjoining the
I .ent a Hardware Co.. corner Main and
Carline and are prepared to ¿»anything
in the tailoring line. Ladies' and men’s
suits hand tailored, ciea.ied ami pressed
at reasons hie rate». Price* lowest and
work the best. Call and inspect our
line of samples.
G. F. Ki « it.
"You certainly started out with fine
prospects. Your credit was good every
where in town.
"Yes; that’s why I tailed."
Theme, "We rstemed Him not."
Juniors 6 p. m.; Y. P A. 7 p hi . ; Ser
mon s p. m. Theme, "Christianity the
religion <»l joy.” A hearty welcome to
P. CONKLIN Pastor.
Indian Killed On Track.
Near Rochelle, III., ati Indian went to
sleep on a railroad track ami was killed
by the fast express. He paid for hiscare-
Iwnewe with hi* life. Often it» that way
when people neglect coughs and colds.
Don’t ri-k your life when prompt use of
Dr. King's New Discovery will cure
them and so prevent a dangerous throat
or lung trouble. "Il completely cured
tne, in a short time, of a terrible cough
that followed a severe attack of Grip,”
writes J. R. Watts. Floydada, T-x., "ami
I regained 15 |>ounds in w. ight that I
had lost.” Quick, safe, reliable and guar
anteed 50c and |1.<M). Trial bo tie free
at All D alers.
I have purchased F. W. Kohn’s
half intertest in the
and am now the sole owner and
I will constantly add new and
additional goods to the stock
and extend an invitation to
Lents people to call and in
spect the various lines.
New Line Boys’ Suits Received
North Main St
August at the Beaches
The beach season i« in full swing Go while the crowd« go.
Enjoy the cool hreexe« now, while the heat is so unplrasant
inland. Bathing, boating, hill crimbhig, fishing, hike« over
delightful trails Oregon la-aMiea liettrr prepared than ever
tcefore to care for the crowd«. Plenty of Arcom<»i»t ions.
Lota of fun. The water in tine!
\ ROUTES. .
end and Sun
Send for illustrated liooklets obonl the Oregon Resorts' and
our special folder on "Vacation Days in < tregon.” It tell* all
aliout the beaches, springs, mountain resorts, etc.
Call on nearest agent for information relative to fare«, litera
ture, etc., or address
JOHN M. SCOTT,
General PaHsenger Agent, Portland, Ore.
NOTICE TO PUBLIC
Having di-jios^d of all my interest in
the E. W. Miller Lumber Co , all those
knowing themselves indebted t>> me are
requested to call and settle accon ts
immediately. If accounts are not paid
within a reasonable time they will be
I' |daced in the hands of a collector.
E. W. MILLER.
BUSINESS ANNOUNCEM ENT
We desire to announce to the people
of Lents »nd Mt. Scott district that we;
have purchased the Cottage Restaurant
and are rqien for business. We intend
to conduct the place along m > lern lines
and will serve our custom«.» with only i
the best of everything. Special dinners
will tie served on short notice. We in- j
rite a st.are of your patronage ami >>ne
visit will bring yon again without fur-'
KF.HN A WAGNER.
Constipation i< the starting point for
many serious di-eases. To Is- healthy
keep th-bowels a live and regular. HER
BINE will remove all accumulations in
the Isovel» and pot the system in prime
condition. Pi ice 50 b Sold bv fz-nts
If yon sit in >« cool draft when yon are
heated ami g«-t a »tiff neck or lame back,
yon will Is- looking for something that
will ease the pain. Fix your mind on
BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT and
don’t lie talked out of Itla-canse it is th
is st pain relieving liniment you can get '
unywtere. Price 25.«. 50- and ¥1.00 per.
Is.tile. Sold l»y L-nt« Pharmacy.