HOMES IN LENTS DOINGS OF OUR NEIGHBORS 350 to $2000 BklliZY Portland Residence Property $750 and Up Farm Land in Oregon and Waahington Intpr ved or un improved to suit purchaser. You will do well to list your property with uh for Hide or trade. Bright Realty Co. Incorporated 202 Hamilton Bldg. I'liom-a A 4011 Portland. Ore. Marshall 4023 Rose City Van and Storage Company Makes all points between Portland and Lenta on Mt. Scott Line. Freight, Ex proa«. Baggage and all kind« of Transfer Work. Foster Road I.enta Office ... ITIMS CONTRIBUTED BY HERALD WOODMERE ■------------------------------ Woodmere Is very grateful to Gao. L Hobson, the grocer fi'T Ills enterprise i cleaning the neighborhood walks of snow. With his two delivery horses and a snow scraper, be had the paths all broken earv Saturday morning Mrs. Curtis lias returned from a visit to her daughter in California Mr. H. J. McDonald's mother from Ohio, is s|iending the winter here with her son Mr. Malloy is building a new home on 'kith (avenue. The new house is much larger and more commodious than Ilia one laicnpied at present by the tamil« Hi. Paul's Church club met Monday evening and elei ted Richard Wood sec retary and treasurer hi till the vacancy caused by the resignation of Ray Hhep- perd. Mrs. Rav Hhepiierd is »|>ending the winter in California with her mother Mrs. Jones, of Newberg, has liven visiting her daughter, dan Mra. H. J. Me- Donald, , of Wood I mere. A party will l>e given Monday even Ing, January 27, by Ht. Paul’s club at the home of Mr and Mr« Percy Harris, Woodmere. The committee on arrange ment constats of the M i « m * s Espin»'fti and Della Purdin. RefreabmentH will lie served during th« evening. All intere»t«d in the club are cordially in vited Mra. McAneny ami children are Spending a t*art of the wiuter with her mother in California. The lumber purchased by the ladies of Ht. Paul’« Guild which was used tor tables al the annual bazaars was store,! | under Jlhe churclb^Rerm^LX— REPORTERS AT NEARBY POINTS la*en diaapiiearlng until nowj none is left. Wo, ei liier« regreta thia very inui'b, a« It I» quite a retlection on Oie neighborhood. If anyone is in auch diatress aa to need llim few pieces of luiuber, charitable persona in the vicini- ty will he glad to relieve such a esse, but it is greatly to la» deplored that anyone’s nseda »hould l>e «tealthily • uppltsd from the clinrch baaeinent. The ladies Ths ladiee of the Ilie Guild will give a card party at the horns of Mrs, Alvord, at K»rri Park, Wednesday evening. Januaiy 22. a LUSTED Ask for Roar City Van INSURE NOW In Oregon’s Most Reliable Association THE BUILDING SEASON IS HERE Oregon Fire Relief, Oregon Merchants Mutual Fire, American¡Life and Accident In surance of Portland Call and get our prices on brick, cement, plaster, lime, sand and gravel. We can save you money. Our de livery is prompt and our goods are the best. We carry a full line of hay, grain and feed. Let us show you how to save a dollar by buying right. John Brown, Gresham, Ore. MCKINLEY & BUNDY Both Phom«, Talior 968, L h ’ i «I 3112 PROTECTION AND BENEFITS MODERATE RATES NOTARY PUBLIC’ FOR OREGON h A M. Io 5 P. M., Herald Office. U*nta 6 P. M. to 9 P. M., Reaidenc.*, Gresham J. P. McEntee Main 430, Home A 4558 Dunning & McEntee Funeral Directors Seventh and Ankeny Streets .... Oregon L. H. Carter & Son Contracture and Builder* Manufacturera of Window Caalnga, Screen . Door* an<l Windows, Molding*, Columns, Pan ela, Ornementa, Etc Custom Plaining and i Hand Hawing. Owner* Lent* Plaining Milla I ami Wood Working Factory. ti We are anow-boiiod. Know to the depth ol 3 feet covers all the landscape and further up the moun tains is even deeper. Archie Greenman and an associate of Portland were in thia vicinity last week cruising timber for a lumber company but hail to leave after the heavy snow fall l>r Botkin waa called to Portland last week on a busiues« matter and was shut out by the heavy fall of «now. The literary society met at Dr. Bot kina last Sunday night and read extracts from the works of Ixingfellow and com mented on his life and character, ft is strange that such masterminds are in variably unorthodox It is only the rabble or the unthoughtful that follow after such ridiculous fellows as Bi'ly Sunday or extremists of like kidney. The stage from Handy to Welches and Rowe made the trip up last Friday but waa unable to return Saturday. The mail came from Handy Haturday by means of a pack horse. Mr. James, school supervisor of this district, was in Cherryville last week and paid a visit to our school. In listen ing and supervising the exercises of the children, he said he bail rarely ever met two such bright boys as Raymond Marray and Georgie Cooper aged 11 and 10 years respectively. He also said that if tbewe Ixzy« hail enjoyed the irivileges of the lad who passed through privileges ( Hurvanl i*r>lla«Lsa< at at the tiiaa age of 13 I *( # they liwv iarvard college would have done equally as well. Mr. James said also that of 750 pupils ex amined by him in decimals. Jessie Clark in the 8th grade, and daughter of F. E Clark, was the second one only ihat gave him a correct answer. No school this week on account of the difficulty of the children in reaching the school house. -s Harold Kern is still very ill Mi*a Hazel Wirtz is taking a vacation and Mia« Ethel Merrill is taking her place in the C. C. store. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kern entertained Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Brown.of Portland, last Sunday. Mrs. Walter Winters is slowing re covering from her recent illn«*-s. Dr. A. Thomvson returned Monday evening from The Dalles, where he has been visiting his son. Dr. Fred Thomp son Rev. M T. Wire is visiting his par ents in Newburg thi« week. Ray Metzger in very ill with tonsilitis and the grip. Kirk Thompson is attending Waah ington high school. W. J. Hollenbeck has returned to his F CORBETT sg----------------------------------- _a Mr. George W. Chamberlain, an old and respected citizen of thia vicinity, passed away Tuesday evening at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Will Rog ers Funeral services were conducted by Rev. Soule at the house Thursday morning and remains were interr««! in the Evans cemetery. Winter seems to have come to Ore gon at last, 23 inches of snow having fallen from Friday until Sunday. Mr and Mrs N. P. Gleason and little son, of firass Valley, are visiting rela tive and friends here. Misa Weltha I^sley and Ed Wilson were married in Portland last week The bride has grown to womanhood here and has a host of friends who wish her a life of happiness Owing to the almost impassible con dition of the roads, Rural Mail Carrier D. Sprague was unable to make the en tire drive over hia route every day, snow in the vicinity of Brower being at a depth of three f«set or more. Mra. Mysta Reed waa in Portland the last ten days having her ears treated by a specialist Her many fnends will 1« pleased te learn she returned Sun- day evening much improved. Her daughter, Mra. Eva Toy, accompanied her. Capital Prize $290 l.tnli, Ortroa Any young man or lady is eligible to compete for the prizes. Any employee or an immediate relative of an employee of this firm will not be eligible as a candidate in this contest. The Contest Manager reserves the right to reject any nominations for candidacy. No votes will be given for subscriptions for a longer time than two years, nor less time than three months. No candidate will receive special favors, but each and everyone will be assisted alike by the contest management in obtaining votes. Candidates are permitted to secure subscriptions anywhere, AU subscriptions and orders must be paid for in advance to obtain votes. Typographical errors in the publishing of votes will be corrected in the following issue- No contestant can win more than one prize Should any question arise as to the interpretation of the foregoing rules, the decision of the Contest manager will be final. All subscriptions or other orders must be turned into the office by the Wednesday following acceptance of order. All ballots will be void unless received at The Beaver State Herald office on or before expiration date as printed. Orders may be taken anywhere for Advertising or Job work.^All such orders must be cashed before votes are issued. How The Prizes Will Be Awarded Purchased from Lents Garage East boater Road, Lenta, Ore. W. F. Klineman Attorney-at-Law C. E. Kennedy | 2nd Ave., Lenta HeniKdv * Kllntman Real Estate and Rentala, Notary Public Work Office Phone T. 2012 Main St. and Carline. Lenta, Oregon Hours at lent* 8 to 10 a. tn. In Order to give candidates equal chances, the territory has been divided into three districts. Each district gets a third and fourth prize. The person getting the highest number of votes in all districts gets the first prize which will be that person's choice of the two grand prizes. The person getting the second highest number of votes in all districts will take the remaining grand prize. Of the remaining contestants, that person in each district having the highest num ber of votes will have a choice of the gold watch or handsome diamond ring. The person ranking next in each district will take the remaining prize. No person can take two prizes Each district will be awarded a gold watch and a beautiful diamond ring. District 1.—Territory west of Main Street, Lents. District 2.—Main street, I ents to Lents Junction. District 3—Lents Junction and Eastward. €. 6. morland, Dentist ’ U'titH, Oregon Residence 200, 8th Ave., Cor, Main St. Residence Phone Tabor 2587 City Office 711» Dekum Bldg., Cor. i 3rd and Washington Sts. City Office Phone Main 5955 mrs. joslt Warden PRACTICAL NURSE First House East of Grange Store Phone—Home 5811 Lenta, Ore. The funeral of the late Geo. W. Chamberlain, of Corliett, Ore., was held at hi« residence at 11 A. M. on Thurs day, Jan 10, 1913. Had he lived a f«w weak* longer, he would have ween hia 80th birthday. He was born in Alle gheny Co., New York, where he »pent several year« of hi« early life, after««rd removing to Pennaylvatiia, Michigan, Kansas and lastly to Oregon, where, with hia wife, he has lived near hi« children f-.r the pa«t twenty year« on a large farm Beside bis aged widow, the deceased leave« four daughter», Mrs. Hiiford Lawrence, of Alabama, Mrs. J B. Smith, of Portland, Ore., Mrs. E. D. Chamberlain and Mrs. Wrn Roger», ls>tb residing on farms at Corbett. There are also seventeen grandchildren and twenty-four great-grandchildren to mourn the ice« of their grandfather, who “na« but gone on before.’’ I AULTS IN BREAD TOLD IN BULLE TIN The common faults in bread are given in a bulletin on “Principles of Bread Making’’ by Mrs. W. H. Calvin, dean of home economics at the Oregon Agricul tural College. They are as follows: “Sourness, due to poor yeast, to high a temperature, or too long fermenta tion; moldinees, due to unclean uten sils, mouldy wheat, flour stored in a mouldy place, or bread placed in a box or cloth that waa mouldy; uneven tex ture, due to poor kneading; coarse holes due to po r kneading, too long fermentation, too cool an oven while A Giri’s Wild Midnight Ride. baking, or dough not stiff enough when To warn people of a fearful foreet fire made; burned or underbrowned cruet in the CatsXills a young girl rode horse- or misshapen loaves, due to faulty heat t>a<-k at midnight and saved many lives. ing of the oven.” Her deed was glorious but lives are of ten saved bv Dr. King’s New Discovery in curing lung trouble, coughs and THE 1913 WORLD ALMANAC. colds, which might have ended in con sumption or pneumonia. “It cured me ol a dreadful cough and lung disease,” 10,000 Facts and Figures-Several writes W. R. Patterson, Wellingion, Tex. 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In it you will find, also, accurate par ticulars of the Panama Canal Act of 11'12 and the Hay-Pauncefote Treaty, The new Pension Laws of 1912, Presi dential and Primary election returns. Polar discoveries, Population figures. Sporting records, Marine disasters. Im portant events of 1912, Historical events, Income tax. Trusts in the U. 8. death roll of 1912, Negro disfranchises ent, Forts in the U. 8 . growth of the U. S. Navy, prices paid for rare American coins, Crimes and Penalties, Methods of Punishment for Murderers, Armies and navies of the world, banking, money, taxes, insurance, political parties, se cret societies, births, marriages and deaths, Woman suffrage and 10,000 other facte and figures Up-to-Date. Price 25c. (West of Buffalo and Pitts burgh, 30c.) By mail, 35c. Address, The New York World, New York. J. O. HORNING General Blacksmithing Horseshoeing Repair and Wagon Work GEO. W. CHAMBERLAIN IS LAID TO REST $1000 Prize Contest A. M. HOSS Portland home in blabo and Mra. Hollenbeck and children, will follow in a short time. Mias Elisabeth Shoemaker. who teaches in the Weeton school in Port land, was too ill to teach the first of the week. George Faria will leave in a short time for Louisana to look after 12no acres which his lather owns there ■r The Mount Scott Publishing Company’s PROFESSIONAL CARDS Phones: « ■ I block east of Postofffce, Lenta G. D. Dunning -------------------------- CHERRYVILLE > Portland, visited Arthur Lusted of .. ________ hi« parent« last Saturday riturning home Hunday. Quite a number from here attendrai the surprise party on Mr. A. Ruegg last Tburaday evening, it being his birth day. Mr. Fay Tumbling has l>een hauling bis potatoes to Portland for the pant week. Monday Jan. 13th, snow fell to the depth ol about five to six inches and I roze some We are thanking our lucky I star- that we are not in the Eastern I states where the thermometer stands ; at least ten below Mr Max Davies shipped a car load of wood to Montavilla last week. Grandma Lusted, who has been sick lor some time is failing slowly. Mrs. Ed Heater and children have I been down with the grip b >t is better. Clyde Rnegg. Frank Eder, Herald Eder, and Eddie Hamilton were unable to answer the roll call at school several GRESHAM days last week on acconnt of the grip. **--------------------------------------- lx*nt* Phones .... Tabor 1424 Home B 6111 F. W. Tussy, Manager V How’s This? We offer Cue Hundred Dollars Re- Wc:d for any cu □ of Catarrh that cunuct ba cured ty Hull's Catarrh Cure. r. J. cnzNrr C: c >.. to ’. cz >. o. ' I . !. ■ r "S known r. J. .3, and telievw i j .-JI business ■ ' • 1 cbl» t> curry . : • i.i> eras. .... : c.- comme - ce . To!-.to. IT '"3 C- rr'i C re li tn'zen Intern'd!/, a-t:nj <’ r, 1/ v ’ n t e blood and mu- i 'in rurfa. . i cf ; e system. Testimonials , sent fre->. Prl: ' 7J cents per bottle. Sold by r!t Trii--Ists. Take Halt s l'amily Pills for coutlpatloo ’" .i C. :icy I ' 21 ! r: t—nr at t a i i a CLASSIFIED WANTED FOMND—lady’s black handbag, call, describe and pay this ad. WANTED—Good, clean cotton rags at %c a pound. Mt. Scott Pub. Co. WANTED—Boys may be had and sometimes girls. The older onee at ordinary wages and others to be schooled and cared for in return for • light services Tenderer!. For particu lars address W. T. Gardner, superin tendent Boys and Girls Aid 8ocietv of Oregon. Portland, Ore. tf FOW WALK FOR SALE—Good Freeh Cows, Jer sey and Durham. A. Hees, one fourth mile east of Lents. 4t FOR SALE—3 Belgian Hares, 1 male and 2 females. 129 First Ave. FOR SALE—Petulama stock. Tbor- ougbred White I-eghorns, 2 year old laying hens. Mrs. F. C. High. 3-4 mile east Gilbert Road. FOR SALE:—Three good adjacent lots in Arden Park. Level, in cultiva tion. Bargain for home location. En quire of Mt. Scott Pub. Co. Lents. Third Prizes Three Handsome Gold Diamond Rings $ .25 ti00 Votes Three monihC subscription $ .50 15<M) Votes Six month»’ subscription... »1.00 4000 Votes One years' subscription___ »2.00 Two year’ subscription ... 12000 Votes For every advertisement secured through the influence of a contestant, votes will be issued at th« rate of 500 votes for every dollars tn value of'advertising. For every <1 Jlar « worih of Job printing, as cards, envelopes, letters, dodgers, etc,, 500 votes will be issued For smaller or larger orders of eitner advertising or job work in proportioe. 13 FOR SALE—Good gentle cow. Hershner. A. F. LUMBER—At our new mill 1% miles southeast of Kelso. We deliver lumber, lonsrnd Bros (• FOR SALE—One fourth acre, cleared, in Walden Park. Five dollar payment». Enquire at Mt Scott Publishing Co’s, office. 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