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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (June 12, 1913)
LATEST SPRING AND
Patterns and Weight to Suit
“t? sX $25.00 and Up
SEE OUR WINDOWS
Schweitzer & Manz
is the place to'get the beet of the season in
Meats, Vegetables, Fresh Butter and Eggs
SEE OUR LINE OE
Sausages, Hams, Bacon and Pickled Meats
Remember the Name—BOHNA
WHEN YOU WANT LIGHT GROCERIES,
BAKING GOODS. CONFECTIONERY. CI
GARS, FRUITS, VEGETABLES, ETC.
Ice Cream, Sodas and Soft Drinks at Our Fountain
Architects and Builders.
Excavating, Concrete Construction, Building, Plas
tering and Finishing.
We do the whole thing-You move in without worry or risk
Estimates Submitted on all Plans and Specifications
Phone Tabor 3993
Plans Free With all Contracts
Irish Bros., Lents, Oregon
In Oregon’s Most Reliable Association
Oregon FireJ Relief, Oregon Merchants Mutual
Fire, American Life and Accident In
surance of Portland
PROTECTION AND BENEFITS
. MODERATE RATES
John Brown, Gresham, Ore.
Lull Line of Plumbing Supplies, Bath Tubs,
Toilets, Lavatories. Boilers, Sinks and
Connections and Repairs
Good Service Guaranteed
Lents Plumbing Co.
Phone Home 4423
Near Post Office
Theckla Bright Co.
“She Sells Her Own Property”
yCx. Values $800.00
Theckla Bright Co.
H rne Phone, Lents 2111
Office on Foeter Road 2 Blocks east ot Poet Office
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
OLD SOLDIERS TO HOLD
ENCAMPMENT JUNE 17
Extracts from General orders No 9.,
Mr and Mra. Hick Allen are parent»
Department of Oregon G.
of a son, born Juue 2nd.
The 32nd annual encampment of the
Mrs. J. Hawkins is entertain# her Department of Oregon will eonvend at
father ahd sister ol Albany this week. Newberg on Tuesday June 17. and con-
tiune until the business is completed.
Mrs. O. B. Lawrence oflOth Avenue is
The S. P R R. will run a special
entertaiung a friend during the nwe tram from the Jefferson st Depot, leav
ing'»! 7:40 A M with a rate of one fan>
for the round trip, go>«| to returnon any
Mr. and Mrs. IteLong of Salem were tram up to Friday evening. Round trip
callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 80e All those contemplating attending
the encampment are invited to take the
Darnall ou Friday evening.
special train. A splendid tune is as
Anna Dix is down from Hood river sured to all who attend
The different l*ostaof thia Department
viaiting relatives She will remain for
of Oregon contributed to the flood suf-
the rose show.
feres of Ohio the sum of|S68 70 which
was placed wh. re needed by the Depart
Mrs. Brigiit received word on Tues
day of the sersous sickness ot her ment commander of Ohio.
John Huntington. Adjutant of Post 38.
daughter Dorothy, who lives in Ocean
ST PAULS EPISCOPAL
The Ladie. of Shiloh Circle have de
cided not to hold their next regular
meeting, owing to the meeting at New
St I’auls Episcopal Mission has been
organized with the following vestry:
The W. F. M. Society of the Metho Peyton Taylor. Mr. Gezell, Sam Allen,
dist Church met with Mm. Frank Mr l.ovegren, Richard Wood, and
Wallace, 123 9th Avenue, on Tueaday at Richard Smith.
2:30. A very profitable hour was
A meeting was held last Sunday after
spent in discussing and studying the
following church to consider put
book, China’s New Day.
tings basement under the building.
Th:» basement is to be used as a Sunday
W. N. Chilcote has sold his ranch
School room and a place where socials
near Sycamore and has traded for a
and ertertainnients can be given,
saw mill south east of Mulino. People
near Sycamore and many Lents people
will miss Mr. Chilcote. who has t>een a
A quiet, pleasan t marriage, attended
familiar figure in this neighborhood for
by a few friends, at the Evangelical
Parsonage. June 11, I*. Conklin otlieiat
The contracting parties were Mr.
The Modern Woodmen of America
held their Memorial service at the Joseph Jeffries of Errol Heights and
Methodist Church Sunday morning Miss Myrtle Dotson of IjentS. Bon
with a good attendencr. In the even voyage over the “ea of Lile.
ing Children’s day was observed. A
most delightful program was given to a
The largest sample of strawberries
large and appreciative audience.
yet to come to the Herald office thia
Beason weighed just four ounces to four
The Ladies Aid Society of the M. E. berries. These were grown at the home
Church will hold a semi-annual apron of R. E Allen.
sale. Ice cream, cake and straw
berries will also tie served, and a musi
cal program will la* given in the church
Regular services at the Baptist Church
, Friday afternoon and evening, June 20. Sunday. The Pastor will preach in the
morning on the theme “Paul’s Friends,"
All are welcome.
and in the evening on "With the Major
Mr. Butterfield of 9th Avenue, who ity, but Wrong ” We invite you to
has been quite ill, was removed to Mt. these services.
Rev. J. M. Nelson, Pastor.
Tabor sanatorium Monday and under
went an operation at that place Tues-
Dr. Hees is the attending
Preaching morning and evening at
11 a. m. and 8 p. tn. Subjects: “What
Mr. and Mrs. Tripp of North Dakota the Bible »ays of Heaven.’* and "For-
have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. ( #iveneae; AVbat it is ami what it does.”
Foeter of Faxon Park for the past two : .
I*. Conklin Pastor.
weeks. During the time the two fami
lies motored to Sheridan in Mr. Foster's
ear and while there looked after their
Sand and Gravel at
fruit farms. Both have ranches down
Call Telephone Tabor 2063
. W. N. Chilcote and family have trad
82 St. and 45th Ave., 8. E.
ed their ranch in Damascus for a 2i)0
acre ranch at Molalla, Oregon. Snn-
Iday, June 1, their many friends I
and relatives gave them a surprise and ;
Watches Clocks and Jewelry
farewell party. Those from town were
Mr. ami Mrs. Cook ami Mr. and Mrs
Repaired and Made tojOrder
Frank Chilcote of Montavilla, Mr. and
Mrs. U. P. Chilcote of Portia id, Mr. I
land Mrs. D. A. White and 'laughter, '
Mr. and Mrs. A. Davis and daughter of J
Lenta. Those near by were: Mr. and i
Mrs. W. H. Crawford, Ruth Crawford.
Zeenzo Crawford, Rodney Crawford
Earl Crawford and wife, Raymond
Chilcote. Mrs. Mary Peterson, Earl
Chilcote, Roy Peterson, Thomas Chil
cote, I-ester, Dorothy, and Earl Chilcote i
J. P. Nordin
»>4<l that means money,
never baa any cause to find
fault witli lumber that we
supply. For every plank is
sound, «eiiaoned and straight
grained. He loses no lima
In trying to select a good
ls>ar<i That saves hi» lime
economy to do your luml>er
The Copeland Lumber Company
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, Fly Poi
son or fly Swatter. Get rid of tnem and let us supply
you with your needs.
CORNS? FEET HURT? Try Joy Walk Corn Plaster, 25c
a box and Guaranteed to take out the corn.
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.
WE GIVE S. A H.
G. F. RUSCH
TAILOR TO MEN AND WOMEN
CLEANING. PRESSING. ALTERING. ANO DYEING
FOSTER ROAD. NEXT
DOOR TO P O
University Of Oregon
August 1, 1913
Twenty-five Instructors—Fifty bourses
Distinguished Eastern Educators Added to Regular Faculty
University Dormitories Open. Board and Room at $3.50 per
Reduced Railroad Rates.
For Complete Illustrated Catalog, Address
The Registrar, University of Oregon, Eugene
Mt. Scott Carpet
Ice Cream and Cake will be served
by the Lenta Sons of Veterens Camp ’
on the lawn near the rink on Saturday
evening June 21st. You are invited.
Ice Cream and Cake, only 10c.
Guaranteed Eczema Remedy
The constant itching, burning redness,
rash and disagreeable effects of eczma,
tetter, salt rheum, itch, piles, and irri
tating skin erruptions can be readily
cured and the skin made clear and
smooth with Dr. Hobson’s Eczema Oint
ment. Mr. J. C. Eveland, of Bath, II),
says: “I had eczema twenty-five years
and had tried everything. All failed.
When 1 foijnd Dr. Hobson’s Eczema
Ointment I found a cure.” Thia oint
ment is the formula of a physician and
has been in use for years—not an ex
periment That is why we can guaran
tee it. All druggists, or by mail. ITice
50c. Pfeiffer Chemical Co., Philadel
phia and St. Louis.
R L. STAMPER, Mgr.
Now In Charge of The Arleta Lumber Co.
Carpets and Rugs Cleaned
Price 5c to 15c per yard
Office and Factory,
7th Ave. and Foster Road
AddreM Box W7
Who Would Like A
Place Like This
Fine Photo Studio and Hair Parlors
combined, all furnished, and done in
Mission. Camera Lens, Htock and all,
ready to walk in. Cheap rent, on Main
street, ground floor with large baw>-
ment. Four years lease, clear of en
Price 11000. Wil) trade
for real estate of same value. Will
teach the buyer the arts if they wish.
SEE OWNER, L. ALLPETER
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.
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.
Will do your Painting. Tinting,
Papering and Finishing.
203 Gilbert Road
PHONE TABOR 1417
Leave Orders at Mountt Scott
6924 Foster Road S. E
Near Comer of East 70th Street
Phone Tabor 619