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BUSY IN LENTS.
LOCAL ANO PERSONAL
LITTLE MARGARET BULLFINCH
DEATH CLAIMS MR.
CELEBRATES 3rd ANNIVERSARY
HOWARD W. GOSSETT.
Howard W. Gossett, aged 49 years, a
Mrs. Keath, who ha* been very ill the resident of Stella street, died Tueadai
Hayground» and North Main Street peat two weeks is slowly improving.
at two-thirty p. in., of dropsy and
•object of investigation.
heart trouble. He had been ailing fur
City engineer» have been buay in and
There is a new l>arber »hop in the several month». Hi» funeral was con
around lent» for the past week. Their Lenta* building at Gray» Crossing.
appearance began with an investiga
room», a »hort service by a Christian
tion of the grade for the Oddfellows
A new arc light is being installed at Science leader. The Bona of Veteran.«
building. From that they have been
and member» of the local G. A R. post
4th avenue and Mt. Scott.
working North. They have surveyed
took charge of it then, and marched to
the Playground thoroughly, locating all
Mt. Scott cemetery, where a military
the points, and marking the trees and
wa» conducted by the Son» of
the pit. It is supposed that the city tives at Pleasant Home thia week.
park department intends to make large
Mr. Gossett leave» a wife, two son-
J. F. Wing is putting the finishing and a daughter, who, with nutnerou«
improvements at the playground» at an
early date. Notice hat been sent the touches to bia garage on Foster road. relatives mourn hi« departure.
Parent-Teacher club officer» that a lot
of additional apparatus will be added to
Born to Mr. and Mr». William Onda.
R. 8. Humma! leaves June 3, for an
the grounds this summer. This will extended visit to Ohio and Wisconsin. Stella street, May 14th, a baby girl.
tend to make of it an ideal plavgrouud.
The essential thing will be good super
Mr. Stanford Moore of Willamette
Rogers of Vernonia,
vision. Thia will have to be supplied University spent Sunday and Monday
has been attending
by employing some one all the time, as with his parents.
Philomath college, visited at the home
the method of part time as tried last
of W. E. Thomas last week.
year was very unsatisfactory, much of
Master Clovis Sines sustained a seri
the material suffering damage, and the
ous accident the past week resulting in
Mr. Page Sr., 1» ill and unable to re
grounds were infested with disorderly
a broken arm.
sume his duties at the New Method
persons at all times of the night and
laundry. George McCullen is taking
day, when the supervisors were not
G. N. Sager, a prominent farmer of his place.
Pleasant Valley, was a Lenta visitor
E. V. Cavin of Clarkston, Wash.,
Tuesday afternoon, May AHli, quite a
tin oilier uf little Miss Margaret Bull-
finch's friends and neighbors called to
enjoy with her the 3rd anniversary of
her birth. It was sweet to see the dear
happy (aces and hear their merry
laughter as they played “Ring around
the rosy” and other games of child-
hood. Besides friends from Portland
those present were Edith and Irene
Smithers. Dorothy Allen. Eva and Lyle
Walrod, laRea Rayburn, Dorothy
MiAirue and Lillian aud I .on me Bull
finch. It was a genuine pink affair,
and the decorations were pink carna
tions The gifts were numerous an«i
greatly appreciated and enjoyed by the
dear little recipient who looked like a
fairy in her pink drees and ribbons.
Each guest received a nice souvenir of
the occasion and one of aouiewhat larg
growth carried away a cute
“Snookums” to add to her household
After a bountiful repast had been en-
jovtd by old and young, all reluctantly
departed to their home«, hoping "Babe"
may live to have many birthday cele
brations and lie always as well and
happy as now.
LENTS GIANTS DEFEATS
COLUMBIA HD’W. TEAM
visited at the home of M.S Carman, SUDDEN DEATH OF
Mrs. W. H. McDowell and daughter on 09th street 8. E. .last Monday. Mr
MRS. D. N. SHEPPERD
Mrs. D. M. Simonsen, of Kenton, were Cavin and Mr. Carman were neighbors
The I^nts Giants defeated the Colum Lente visitors Monday.
in North Dakota a number of years ago
The jieople of the community were
bia Hardware Team Sunday in a very
much shocked Saturday evening to learn
loosely contentested game. Owing to
Mrs. Harris and family are cflnfined
The Millard Avenue Preebyteiran of the death of Mrs. Shepperdof Millard
the wet ground the game was not up to at home with the mumps and chicken
church has been raised and a basement Ave., which occured very xuddenly as
the standard of what the Giants gen pox.
is being put in which will be used for she was returning to her home. Altho
erally deliver to the fans, bnt they won
Sunday school purposes. There will al she ha<l not tieen well for years. She
handily. Batteries. Giants, Webb and
Miaa Zertha Benner of Portland visit so be a dining room and kitchen in the was feeling much better in the past
Shea; Columbia Hd’w, Beeson and
month and on Wednesday had attended
Bahler. Hits. Off Webb 11. Off Bee ed her mother, Mrs. Etta Ward, Sun
Extensive repairs are being made in a lecture at Is*nts given by the l-adirwof
son 14. Errors, Giants 8, Columbia day.
the Evangelical parsonagt. The kitchen the G. A. R. She hail returned home
Hd’w., 12. The score was 12 to 8.
Ms. and Mrs. D. A. While were is enlarged and modernised ; the bath with an old friend from Grand Ave. N.
COL. HD’W. among the many that went to see the room changed, new bath tub, hot and and remained until Saturday P. M. and
cold water installed, and other needed had taken tlie car to her home at first
Beeson 1 play, East Lynn last week.
an<l Yamhill. She was taken very ill
and her mui and daughter-in-law with
Dr. Irwin Selle returns this week
the aid of two physicians did all in their
from Prairie City where he has been en the Isis program Sunday.
St. Clair ;x>wer to help her. She panned to the
and Emerson are heed liners in their life Ix-youd at x 30 on May 17.
Cohn 1 gaged in epecial eye work.
specialties, parodies and dances. There
A large circle of friends will long miss
Those who attended the Dutch social will be a matinee at the Isis and a the cheery wonts and pleasant smile, al
Gu'Jaford I given at the M. E. church last Friday epecial reel of war photoplays will be in ways ready to welcome them, and the
Eveyrbody is planning example of a well x[>ent life will long be
enjoyed a tine entertainment and Dutch the offering
to attend the G. A. R. benefit play. rememlxTed by all who knew iter.
“The Lone Tree Mine.” next Wednes
Father now within thy keeping
Leave we now thy servant sleeping.
Mr. Harry Fawcett, who has been day and Thursday evenings at this
Whereas it has pleased our Divine
Master to remove from us by death our spending the last few months in Cali popular bouse.
worthy and much respected Sister Mrs. fornia, returned to his home last Fri
Ella K. Sheppard, one of our most de day.
voted members of St. Pauls Mission and
Whereas our sisters absence from our i G. A. Jones left town enroute for
meetings will be noted with much re Sea View, Garibaldi Beach last Sunday
morning, to superintend the erection
Therefore be it Resolved by St. Paul'e of tents for summer campers.
Guild that we hereby express our heart
felt sympathy to the bereaved family
The Grand Army of the Republic
and that a copy of these resolutions be
will hold Memorial services in the M.
Musical Sketches, Character Songs, Buck and Wing Dancing
spread on the minute» and copy be sent
E. Church next Sunday morning at
to the family, and St. Paul’s Guild.
11 a. m. Dr. Fawcett will deliver the
Sunday At The ISIS
Emerson and St. Clair
Matinee Decoration Day
Advertised letters for week ending
May 10th 1913.
Gakon, Mr. Stanley;
Haines, Mrs. Doctor;
King, Mrs. Thomas;
Loveall, Mrs. Andrew;
Munay, G. J.
Sherlock, Mrs. L;
Geo. W. Spring,
Special meeting of L. V. F. D. at the
engine house tonight at 8 p. m. Im
portant business. All fireman should
be present. F. R.Rayburn, chief, M.
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J. T. Sossaman, publisher of News, of
Cornélius, N. C.. writes that one box
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other remedies failed. Only 25c. Re
commended by all druggists
Read the ads and trade at home
Watches Clocks and Jewelry
and Made to Order
J. P. Nordin
Last Sunday morning communion
service was held in the M. E. Church
and 110 took of the communion. The
church Benevoieoce was also raised in
82 St. and 45th Ave., 8. E.
Will be pleased to meet my
friends and customers in
my new location
2nd door East of Main St.
WE GIVE S. A H.
WE GIVE S. A H.
G. F. RUSCH
CLEANING, PRESSING, ALTERING, AND DYEING
FOSTER ROAD, NEXT
DOOR TO P O
Mt. Scott Carpet
R L. STAMPER, Mgr.
For the benefit of the G. A. R.
TAILOR TO MEN AND WOMEN
“The Lone Tree Mine”
CHESTER’S UNION SANI
TARY BARBER SHOP
J. L Johnson
Wednesday and Thursday May 28-29
Call Telephone Tabor 2063
Special Reels. ‘The Days of ’61’
Carpets and Rugs Cleaned
Price 5c to ISc.per yard
Get Out That
Straw Hat Bleach will make
your old hat look like new.
Not necessary to blow $5.00
for a new one.
Will do your Painting. Tinting,
Papering and Finishing.
203 Gilbert Road
PHONE TABOR 1417
Leave Orders at Mountt Scott
Office and Factory,
7th Ave. and Foster Road
Address Box 507
The Cleaner Does The Work
10c and 25c
Mt Scott Drug Co.
’100 Pays for new Continen-
A tai Wire Screen Door
None better for the money. Complete, Stained, with
Latch, and Spring Hinges
Better Door if You Want IL
Extra Heavy Chicken Wire
Prices to Suit
We Meet all Competition on Building Supplies and Lum
Quality or Price
UVE AND LET LIVE
Copeland Lumber Co.
2 Blks. East of Main on Foster Road
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Msmnm <* «omm :
The Biggest Little Department
Store in Portland
H. Baumer & Company
369 EAST MORRISON STREET
China and Glassware
For One Week
10 qt. Granite Dish Pan
Complete Line of Granite Ware
369 East Monjson Street East Side