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Entered as Second Class Mail Matter at Lente. Oregon, Annual 35, 1911
Published Every Thursday at lent*. Ore., by the M t . S cott P vbushinq C o .
H. A. DARN ALL, E ditor ah » M anaum .
Office Phone: Home Uli.
Residence: Tabor 2S13
Ml MORIAL DAY.
DO YOUR BUSINESS
WITH A GOOD
ceremonies al Molt-
noniah cemetery, May :10th, under the
auspices of the G, A R , by the Span-
ini, War Veterans, Sous of Veteran»,
Circle, and «ebool children from Lents,
Woodmere, Arleta and civic order*.
The several I hh II ss will asneiiible at
their respective rendezvous at 9 a. m.
The parade will form at th« Lenta
school and will move at 9:30 a. in
«harp, in the following order: lxmts
school, Sons of Veterans. Spauish War
Veteran«, G. A. R., Circle, civic orders
The Woodmere school will start at
9.35 sharp and inarch via the Oregon
City road to Foster road to await the
IMtrade from Lents. The Arleta school
I will start at 9:16 sharp, and march to
I the cemetery direct.
At the cemetery the program will be:
I Song by school«, Prayer by Post Chap
Public markets, municipal pav lain Anderson, Lincoln's Gettysburg
ing plant, public playgrounds, bet Address, read by Mira Nellie Horner,
ter regulation and ultimate mun- General Logan’s "Order No. 6,” reed
ici-pal ownership of public utili by Prof. A. F. Hershner, Song, Star
ties, better regulation of liquor Spangled Banner, Decoration Day ad
dress by Rev. Dr. Nelson, Decoration of
tartTic, public docks and riparian Graves by school children, Bong,
rights, war on white slavery, com Marching Through Georgia, Salute,
mon user clause in all famchisea. T pe.
Marshall of the day L. Rossall.
It is interesting now days how NEW PRESIDENT ELECT EN
TERTAINS W. F. BL SOCIETY
much sympathy is wasted on
matters where the conditions do
not warrant it We were inter The W. F. M. Society of the M. E.
ested the other day in a report Church, were entertained at the home
where the condition of the coun of their new president, Mrs. A. F Hol
lingsworth. last week. Mrs. Hollings
ty jail was described as being worth
had plan nisi a surprise for the
deplorable in several features. Ladies’ of which there was about 40.
The opinion seems to be now- After the usual order of business several
days as held by a considerable musical selections were given and read
number of people that the coun ings. Mias Kennworthy. a returned
from India, gave a very in-
ty, and state retention homes I missionary
tereeting talk on the Bible women of
should be furnished with brussels India and pass'd around about 50 views
carpets, at least; rocking chairs, of India's everyday life. Miss Kenn
sofas, feather beds, silver ser worthy is a power tor good in our
vice, electric fans, icewater, church here, and hopes she may be
health tojo back again to her
turkish baths, valet, servants at given
work as a missionary. Mrs. Hollings
the dinner table, with pie and worth assisted by the Misnee Hollings
angel food at every meal. There worth, served a dainty luncheon and all
is not a jail in the state but departed thanking the host«* for a
what is a thousand percent in pleasant afternoon.
LEGAL NOTICE CSS
advance of that of a century
STANDING OF NOMINEES IN CONTEST
In the County Court of the State of
ago, and that is not now on an RECEPTION GIVEN TO
Oregon, for Multnomah County.
REV. P. CONKLIN
average more comfortable than
DISTRICT NO. 1.
In the matter of the estate of John
the accommodation usually oc
Geo (Hickey) Wrisley. tenu
Allen Young, deceased
DISTRICT NO. ».
cupied by the “guests” that are A reception was given at the Evangel
Notice is hereby given that the under
ZMUAO signed, W. B. Burton as administrator1
accustomed to patronize these ical Church Wednesday evening in honor Fred
Rev Conklin and family who have re
of the estate of John Allen Young, I
public holsteries. The ventila of
turned to this charge for the third year.
deceased, has been filed in the above j
the lighting, and the The church was tastefully decorated in
entitled court and matter, his final ac- j
healthfulness of any jail in this flowers of the season. A program con Be sure you have a hopper contain- i count as such administrator, and said |
county will equal, if not surpass sisting of music, readings, and greetings ’ mg grit. charcoal, and oyster shells | court has fixed Saturday, the 91st day
the home surroundings as to the of welcome from the different organiza hanging on the wall of the chicken of May 1913, at the hour of 9 o’clock, in
tions of the church was rendered in the
house Grit helps the chicken digest the forenoon of said day, and the court- I
healthfulness of half the homes. auditorium.
C. L. Me
The guests then retired to the base
ment of the church where refreshments
were served, and a general good time
The members are glad to have Mr,
Conklin with them again, and a profit
able year is anticipated.
its food, charcoal keeps its bowels in room of said court as the time and
good order by absorbing gases, and place for the hearing of said account to-
get her with any objections that may lie
oyster shell makes egg shell.
Fresh water is best for chickens, de offered thereto, and for the settlement
spite the fact that they will drink of said -state.
Date of first publication May 1, 1913.
dirty water even though you have
W. B. Burton, Administrator,
provided the fresh If possible, keep
them away from the dirty water; it John Van Zante, Atty.
will prevent the spread of disease.
Another thing chickens like to do is
Dr. King'« New Life Pills will relieve
to lay eggs in odd places on the range, I constipation promptly and get vour
in a barrel or a box. Take a look
bowels in healthy condition again. John
around once in a while
1 Supsic, of Sanbury, Pa., says “They are
Be careful in feeding too much corn
the beat pills I ever used, and I advise
Give variety. Add some buckwheat,
everyone to use them for constipation,
oats, barley and the like
I ind gestion and liver complaint.” Will
Just why some people get to
the front will remain a world’s
wonder. At the recent city pri
mary the man who secured the
highest record for councilman
has been a member of that body
for some time, and yet if he has
any considerable merit that,
should cause him such popularity Attention is called to the lecture at I
the Baptist charch in Lenta this Thurs
there seems to be very few day
Mrs. Wallace, who
people who are able to define it comes from Kansas City, to ad
One of the city weeklies calls dress us is an interesting speaker.
him all sorts of defamatory The admission is free.
I help you. Price 25c. Recommended
Hogs don’t need, or want, a wallow
things this week, enough to send The annual essay contest will be held They
do need, and want, a bath A |
at the Friends church, next Tuesday
them to perdition if they are in afternoon
wrong, and yet we do not antici opens at two o’clock and the business pay big dividends, especially as the j
pate any serious trouble for the matters for the day will Ire quickly dis bath water can be mixed with a little
publication. This particular pol posed of, so that ample time may he dip to destroy parasites and germs
itician has been in the habit of given the contestants. The topic for
discussion is “Industrialism vs Purity.”
appealing to the sympathies of Mrs. O. E. Lent will be the hostess.
One Hundred Dollar« H» I
his constituency by sending them Everyone is interested in the subject, ward for any
case of Catarrh that I
a postal card appeal on one side particularly at this time, and as the cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh ;
of which was a picture of his in church is on Main street so near the Cure.
First-Class Livery and Feed
J. CHENET ¿C>.. T “cJo. O.
fant son. He is now a leading car line, it is hoped every person who We, F.
un 'r rsifrnc !.
Ln-wn r J. |
Stables at Borine) and Sandy
can possibly do so, will attend this Cheney the
Li.t 1"» y - ;
candidate for a commissioner meeting and bring a neighbor.
him perf»- ly 1 - r
I i all business '
7 ranaportation of all kinds
a- I f : i” !’/ al l' ta carry ,
ship. His only qualification for At a recent meeting of social workers, transactions
out any oblljatii .
Ly Lis firm
of Baggage to Bandy and
the job is his unlimited nerve. held in New York, many subjects for
It is to be hoped that the name the betterment of mankind were dis nail’s Catarrh Cure taken internally,
For further information phone or write
of councilman Clyde will be pass cussed. John 8. Elliott of the Hudson acting dir* ■ tly up n the blood and rnu- |
E. F. DONAHUE, Prop.
Guild, says “The Survey, held that it cous surfao 4 of the system. Testimonials j
ed up by enough voters at the should more and more be the final ef sent free i ri ■ 75 cents per bottl-. Sold
by al! Druggists.
approaching election to ensure fort of the settlement to bring the Take Hall's Family Pills for coaetipation. '
his attention to other matters. mothers and fathers into the streets,
into the schools and into the dance
Don’t forget it
NOTES OF THE W. C. T. U.
A bank account means more than the dol-
lare you put into it, when you make up your
mind to start.
the conditions under which they live,
and contribute of their own experience ;
and power in reorganizing communal
life ” Would it not be helpful in try
ing to better condtione in our own
la your paper of the 8’.h tost: yon Mt. Scott district, for parents to do
made erroneous statements regs rding our this thing—to gain first hand knowledge
family which we wish you in justice to of actual conditions that exist, good as
correct. Residents of former places can well as bad.
and will certify that we are not “very |
unpleasant people’’—on the contrary
we have always tried to be kind and
neighborly with those who could or ’ At 11 o’chck next Sabbath morning,
would appreciate it. That our child at the Evangelical Chcrch, the Pastor
has been the unfortunate victim of a , will preach on “The Realty of Jesus 1
vile old man is not our fault and Christ.” And at 8 P. M. the theme will
should call for the sympathy of right be, A Wise Boy.”
P. Conklin Pastor.
thinking, more fortunate ¡people. Our |
present neigh bore children mistreat our
CARD OF THANKS.
small children bo h by word and deed.
We thank our iriends and neighbors,
Hoping this information will enlighten
you. and those who were evidently un aleo the lodge organization« for their
kindnes« and assistance through the re
friendly as well as untruthful.
Mr. and Mrs B Killian. cent sickness and Death oi our husband
Mrs. L. R. Gossett, Mr. J. W. Gos
For The Weak And Nervous
sett, Miss Elsie Gossett, Mr. O. V.
Tired-out, weak, nervous men and
women would feel ambitious, energetic,
full of life and always have a good appe
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There is little danger of plowing too
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friends - are needed More launching in any
If you think we can help you
call on us.
The Multnomah State Bank
U. S. POSTAL DEPOSITORY
Will Not Quit Business!
They will continue to handle good meat at moderate prices
in spiie of the increase in cost to themselves.
Ask for their Cured Meats, Bacon Ham, Etc., None Better
A good supply of Country Produce always on hand, and
fresh from the Gardens of this vicinity.
Eggiman Bros. Sanitary Market
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