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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (June 5, 1913)
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
and that mean» money.
never has any cauw to tint I
fault with lumber that we
supply. For every plank is
Hound, »easonwi anil straight
grained. He low» no time
in trying to »elect a good
board. That «aveahistime
economy to do your lumber
The Copeland Lumber Company
The Biggest Little Department
Store in Portland
H. Baumer & Company
369 EAST MORRISON STREET
China and Glassware
For One Week
Complete Line of Granite Ware
369 East Morrison Street East Side
F. S. Dunning, Inc
East Side Funeral Directors
414 l ast Alder St., on Laat Oth St.
Prompt, Efficient and Courteous Treatment
Will do jour Painting. Tinting,
Papering and Finishing.
203 Gilbert Road
PHONE TABOR 1417
Leave Orders at Mountt Scott
Watches Clocks and Jewelry
and Made to^Order
ELECTRIC LIGHT is the most suitable
for homes, offices, shops and other places need
Electricity can be used in any quan-
tity, large or small, thereby furnishing any re
Sand and Gravel at
Call delephone Tabor 2003
82 St. anil 45th Ave., 8. E
lamps can be located in any place, thus afford
ing any desired distribution of light.
No other lamps possess these qualifications,
Mt. Scott Carpet
therefore it is not surprising that electric lamps
are rapidly replacing all others in modern es
R L. STAMPER, Mgr.
Carpets and Rugs Cleaned
Price 5c to 15c per yard
LIGHT AND POWER CO
Main Office Seventh & Alder Streets
Telephones Main 6688 and A. 6130
“TRIMMING A RUBE"
CLEAN CLASSY GIGGLY GIRLIE SHOW
San Francisco Musical Comedy Company
10c—CHANGE OF BILL EACH NIGHT -10c
The constant itching, burning redness,
rash and disagreeable effects of eczma,
tetter, salt rheum, itch, piles, and irri
tating skin erruptions can be readily
i cured snd the skin made clear and
smooth with Dr Hobson's Eczema Oint
ment Mr. J. C Eveland, of Bath, Ill,
says: “I had eczema twenty- five years
When 1 found Dr. Hobson's Eczema
Ointment I found a cure." This oint-j
ment is the formula .if a physician and j
! has been in use for year»—not an ex- !
périment That is why we can guaran
tee it. All druggists, or by mail. Price i
' 50c. Pfeiffer Chemical Co , Philadel-
phis and St. Louis
LATEST SPRING AND
Patterns and Weight to Sait
ëî?s Su $25.00 and Up
SEE OUR WINDOWS
Schweitzer & Manz
HAMMOCK Weather is Here—enjoy the warm weath
er out doors in the shade Come in and get a Ham
mock. Priced from $1.00 to $6.00 Each
GO AFTER THOSE FLIES NOW -Get Tanglefoot, Ry Poi
son or fly Swatter. Get rid of tnem and let us supply
you with your needs.
CORNS? FEET HURT?— Try Joy Walk Com Plaster, 25c
a box and Guaranteed to take out the com.
A CEDAR MOP and a Cedar Polish in 25 and 50c bottles
now carried in stock. They certainly are handy and
every lady should have one.
MOUNT SCOTT DRUG CO
WE GIVE S. A H.
G. F. RUSCH
TAILOR TO MEN AND WOMEN
CLEANING, PRESSING, ALTERING, AND DYEING
FOSTER ROAD. NEXT
DOOR TO P O.
J. P. Nordin
quired amount of light.
Friday and Saturday Nights Only.
Walter Tyler of Monroe, Oregon
E. L. Rayburn i» driving around a
came “home to Ixnt«“ Haturday for a
m-w Ford machine whicb »ouïe one left
at liis bonne tbe finit of tbe week. It is
ail right and lie drive» it like a vétéran
Mr. ami Mr». O. It. Lawrence of
Avenue are enu-rtaining their
grami daughter» of Estacada.
Dale Carnpliell has returned from
Woodburn where he has been attending
The Indi»-» of the M E. Church to tlie high school the past yesr. He recently
number of Ml gatln-rwl at the home of took the examination for operator at
Mr» C. C. Woodworth, Wednesday Lenta Junction and passed with high
afternoon and held their regular month mark«. He will tie his father's assist
ly tea Mr». Wallace as chairman of ant at the Junction.
the entertainment committee provid
ed for »»«veral vocal and in itruinental
Miss Nola Kirk entertained »»-veral of
■election*. Hpwce will not permit the her friends from l>-nte, at luncheon at
mention of tliein individually. Afu-r- her home at Capital Hill Wednesday.
ward Mrs. Wallace read a pa,»-r on a Mrs. Anna McNeal acted as toast rnis-
prophecy, and this pafier gave most of i tress. Those present were: Mrs. Geo.
the ladle* present a compliment on Spring, Mr» Ida Taylor, Grandma
what they would be eight year» hence. ! Spring Mrs. I .aura Huxley, Mrs. Anna
A great change wm predicted in la-nta McNeal, Mrs. M. F. Hawkins and Mrs.
and vicinity. Orange Punch, sandwich F. J. Faith.
es and wafers wer»- nerved and a social
Real estate is not all “on the Butr." |
in lients. The Bright Realty A Invest
Best Laxative for the Aged
ment Co., since the fifteenth of May to ’
Old men and women feel the need of June fourth made »ales amounting to!
a laxative more than young folkf, but it 113,6000, all «mail property. In the i
must be safe and harmle»» an I one which lot were six half acre tract», and several
will not cause pain. Dr. Kings New ■mall houaes. Tliey now have in con- ,
Life Pills are especially good for the •traction a number of residences, one of1
aged, for they act promptly and easily. them being particularly attractive
Price 25c, Recommended by all Drug-
Card of Thanks
We wish to thank our many friend*
who aided our daughter and Sister,
Hazel, in the Herald voting contest, to
win tlie piano.
W. E. Thomas and Family.
Fine Photo Studio and Hair Parlor* ‘
I combined, all furnished, an<i done in
If you censure your friend for every
Mission. Camera Lena, Stock and all, fault he commits, there will come a
re ady M walk in. Cheap rent, on Main time when you will have no friends to
street, ground floor with large base- censure.—Egyptian proverb,
ment. Four years lease, clear of en-
Prim |10<JO. Will trade
Ulcers aud Skin Trouble
for real estate of name value. Will
If yon are suffering with anyold, run
teach the buyer the arts if they wish.
ning or fever sore*, ulcers, boils, eczema
SEE OWNER, L. ALLPETER
Washington or other skin troubles, get a box of
Bucklin's Arnica Salve and you will get |
relief promply. Mrs. Bruce Jones, of
Birmingham, Ala , suffered from an ugly I
' ulcer for nine months and Bucklen's
’ Arnca Salve cured her in two weeks.
J. L. Johnson Will help you. Only25c. Recommend
ed by all Druggsits
Guaranteed Eczema Remedy
The Isis Theatre, Lents
Mr. and Mr». F. A Holliday and Mr
Mr» Bright ia the owner of a new
Jas Robinson, of Grenham, visit»-«! I Mt
Tuesday at lite home of Mr. and Mr».
M 8. Carman.
l*at Morgan ha» lawn »pemiing a
couple of weeks at home In Lenta.
Mr. and Mr». R. A. Brown of JOth
! Avenue Lents, attended the Will»—
Mr*. J. A. Johnson, ot Row City
Armstrong wedding al Newlierg Tuea-
Park, has traded for some property on
■ day evennig. They returned home
Brace «treat, which »he will fix up to
Wednesday dimmi .
Who Would Like A
Place Like This
10 qt. Granite Dish Pan
Mr*. Eggiman was tbe Subject for an
I apfiendii-itis operation on Tuesday, Or.
I Fawcett being in attendance.
Office and Factory,
7th Ave. and Foster Road
Add rena R on 607
WANTED—Boys m»v be had and
! sometime* girls.
The older ones at ■
ordinary .wages and others to be
i schooled and cared for in return for !
| - light services rendered. For particu- 1
; lars addre** W. T. Gardner, superin-
| tendent Bovs and Girls Aid Society of1
Oregon. Portland. Ore.
Now in Charge of The Arleta Lumber Co
Bert Wilberg, formerly the owner of the Wilberg
Lumber Company’s yard at Lents, Oregon, has
bought the yard and good will of the Arleta Lum
ber Company, and solicits your business. It will
be his aim to always carry a complete and well
manufactured stock of lumber and other building
materials for prompt delivery.
FOR SALE—100 White Leghorn hens
of this years breeding. Choi<-e SI .00
i each or $75 00 for the flock. Also some
baby chicks Calkins Poultry Fsrm,
' Lent», Gresham car. Gillbert Crossing.
I Home Phone Lents Exchange.
FOR SALE—Young horse, weight
1,000 lbs . good driver, sound. Horse
with rig. or horse alone. Enquire of
FOR SALE:—Three good adjacent!
lots in Arden Park
Level, in cultiva- i
| lion. Bargain for home location.
quire of Mt. 8<-ott Pub Co. Lent»._____
LUMBER— At our new mill 1 ‘4 mile»
southeast of Kelso. We deliver lunilwr.
FOR SALE—One fourth acre,cleared
in Walden Park. Five dollar payment!.
Enquire at Mt Scott Publishing Co'»
We are interested in not only getting your orders
but in giving you good service and good stock.
Before making arrangements definitely for start
ing that new house, bam or garage, or a job of
tinkering, drop in at our yard, or phone us. We
want to quote you prices. Our aim: Service,
Quality, and Price Right.
FOR SAI.E— Newspapers for wrap
ping or kindling. Mt. Scott Pub Co
FOR wALE—Pra.-’icsllv new 2 hor-e
Fairbank’ Morse gasoline engine and
pump—Cheap for <»’h. R. Heyting,
Phone Tabor 2063
FOR SALE—Good wagon with rack.
Exchange for wood. Copeland Lumber
We have the stock ami can 'Deliver
the goods.’’ Arleta Lumber Co. 6924 .
Foster road Phone Tabor 619.
Drop in at our yard and inspect tbe
“new styli-»'’ in lumber We I ave all
tbe latest ‘‘cute.” Arleta Lumber Co.
6*'24 Foster road. Phone 819.
Arleta Lumber Co
6924 Foster Road S. E
Near Comer of East 70th Street
Phone Tabor 619
THE HERALD SI .00 PER YEAR