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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 14, 1913)
R. E. Beagle has his new brick store I
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Witches decks and Jewelry
and Made toT Order
J. P. Nordin
At The Churches
A. F. Miller of Sellwood was attend
Kerr is indisposed this week. ing to buisneaa in Imnte Thursday
Mrs. Luther Hunt, of 60 st. spent
Mrs. Fawcett of Woodmere is quite, Wednesday with Mrs. R. A. Brown
ill at this writing.
Mias. Gladys McCoy of Oregon City,
Mm. Harris and children leave Friday
is a guest at the home of Rev. aud
for a two week’s outing at McMinville.
Mrs. W. B Moore.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hunt, of Seattle,
The pastor will preach on the com ing
are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. R. A. j Lord’s Day on the following subjectst
Brown of tenth, svenue.
A. M.—“The Mind of Christ.” P. M.—
Mr. Erneet Steele of Everett; Wash,
. ’The Christian’s Triple Crown" We
was visiting Isst* Sunday with his
W. L. Hotchkiss of Errol Heights «xtvud to you a cordial Invitation to
aunt, Mrs. Huntingtori.
spent several hours in Lents last Mon- these services,
Rev. J, M. Nelson, Pastor.
Mrs. Brookman and children, of
Sunnyside spent Sunday and Monday
with her mother, Mrs. Dunseth of 4th : Mias. Nlable Kimber of Kenton visited
11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
returned, with her to stay a few days. Themes: "Christ the Ideal Citizen."and
“Three of the Greatest Things in
Mrs. Sarah Foster of 4th Avenue,
Human Lite.” Reader, come thought
visited her daughter, who is mstron of
very comfortable bungalow for the fully to the house of God and you will
the Detention Home, last week.
not only receive great profit, but do
Bright Investment Company.
others good by your example.
M re. J. Hawkins of 9th Avenue
I*. Conklin Pastor.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hill are unfor
entertaining Mrs. Gillilan, a sister,
tunate parents of an infant child born
last Friday, which died Sunday.
ADVtKIIStl) It ITERS
ARTS. FORESTRY. COMMCRCI. PHARMACY
TEACHER’S COURSES is manual
training, agriculture, domestic science
MUSIC, including piano, string, band
instruments and voice culture.
A BEAUTIFUL BOOKLET entitled
“T hk E nrichment of R ural L ife ’’
and a C atalogue will be mailed free
Address H. M. T rnnant , Registrar,
which must be sold out at some
price belore(the fall stock arrives.
North Main Street,
1-2 L p. M. M. . . . $150.
L p. M. M................ $175.
L p. Harley Davidson $135.
h. p. M. M............... $200.
New Eagle and Day.
ton Motor Cycles for
Repairs a Specialty
Third Ave. and Foster Road
Is located in the heart of Gari-
balldi Beach, Tillamook County,
on the P. R. & N. Ry., only a
short ride from Portland.
Nice level lots, streets graded,
water piped and all underbrush
cut; fine shade.
PRICE $35 TO $300
$5 PER MONTH
Spend your outing here and
enjoy the hunting and fishing
and beach pleasures. The fi
nest beach in the Northwest.
Camping grounds free.
MANY COTTAGES AND BUSINESS
HOUSES NOW UNDER CONSTRUCTION
For further information regarding thia
Summer resort dll out thia coupon and
receive complete and minute detail, by
mail, or call at office aud we photograph..
G. A. JONES REALTY CO.
449 SHERLOCK BLDG., COR. THIRD
AND OAK STS.. PORTLAND OR1.
> HONE MARSHALL 14M.
we diapaeo uf show* how
well builders appreciate our
methods of dealing. When
one has a particularly good
house to build he almoet in
variably orders Ida lumlier
from us. let their exper
ience lie your guide. They
know what they are about.
M rs. Mary Thomas, of fourth avenue
ia having her house painted.
BEGINS its forty-fifth school year
• cftcsmcn is. tats.
DEGREE COURSES » many phasescf
E ngincxnin «.
economics . M ining ronasvnv. C om -
TWO-YEAR COURSES ’» aaaicut.
M. E. CHURCH
('reaching lla in. Subject, “Educa
tion of the gift of choice." No service
but -- in —
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evening J. Stanford Moore will speak
7:45 p. m. It is a «food thing to attend
church during your vacation.
W rOYD MOOKE Pastor.
Mrs. John Rowcliffe, of Eairle Creek,
Miss Grace Graves and Mias Edna
was down on a bnsmess trip to Millard
. Bleything are spending tlieir vacation in
Avenue neighborhood Wednesday.
the mountains of Washington, the
guests of,Miss Lima Burns.
Dr. and Mrs. J. H. McSloy and Mr.
and Mrs. Geo. Spring, who are spend
Grays Crossing 82 ave. has a drug
ing their vacation at Lutgene, are e x-
store in the new Lant Bik. Which will
pected home tbe last of this week.
be much appreciated by the people of
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Keller returned
home last week from Marshfield where
Maxmeyer Bro«., mother and sisters,
Mr. Keller has been working for the j leit ”or'
/ w^hingt'on last
past four months.
week, w lie re they expect to
Advertised letters for week ending
Attaint 8, 1613*
Browning, J ; Eibach, Peter; Frah-
lick, Miss Bertha L. (2) Gblvin, Mies
Irene; Gilbert, E. I ; Kemp, Mrs E;
Noben, Miss Lillian; Rhode, Ida; Gib
bons, Mrs. May: Webster. A W.
GEO. W. SPRING Postmaster. '
The Copeland Lumber Company ,
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Brown and
family were entertained at dinner by, During the period of inactivity in
Mr. aud Mrs. <ieo. Kimber, of Kenton, business, a liberal amount of adver-
tiring or general publicity should be
used, at least an amount commen
surate with your business requirements. t
The ice cream social given by the;
Ladies Aid of Lente M. E. Church at |
the home of Mrs. O. E. Lent was a
success despite the cool evening.
Oscar H. Prink entered into rest
August 10, at 4:40 p. m. He was born
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i »t Hisdale, N. Y., April 4, 1838. Tbe
The Ladies Aid of Bennett Chapel ,
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• I nit*
r^iticr J Peter
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< f the
Sand and Gravel at
E. Church will Rive an ice cream
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the o Church grounds Saturday Fnnk- P*»tor of the Bapliat Church at
Oshkosh, Wis., at one time, was al
Aug. 16 th., proceeds are for current
veteran of tbe war of 1812. His father ,
Call Telephone Tabor 2063
expenses of the church. All are wel -
in tarn was a soldier in the Revolu
tionary Army, having deserted from the
82 St. and 45th Ave., 8. E.
Hessians to tbe American army. Tbe
The Lents Park Ball team defeated departed served 3 years and 3 months
the South Ait. Tabor Park team by a in the Union army. Three months of
score of 19 to 6 this week.
Ralph this time be was a prisoner in Little
Galacho made some notable plays both Rock Prison. He enlisted Sept., 16,
Will do your Painting, Tinting,
as pitcher and in striking. The boys 1861 as Corporal in Co. E. 1st Wiscon-1
Papering and Finishing.
will play a return game thia week.
sin Volunteer Cavalry.
wounded foar times .daring tbe war.
Mrs. Lorena Gossett and daughter, He was mastered out as Sergeant of the
two Co., in which he had e tered the war
203 Gilbert Road
children, have gone to Elgin, Ill., to He was commander of Ben Batler
visit Mrs. Goesett’s father, J. 8. Poet No. 67 of Portland. He was also |
PHONE TABOR 1417
Wikoff. They will attend a family re- tbe first commander and organizer of
Leave Orders at Mount Scott
union which will be held to celebrate McKinley Post No. 45. He has always
Mr. Wikoff s eighty-third birthdav. Uken an active interest in tbe organiza-
They expect to visit many points of tioni of the oW •oldi(’r'b having been j
interest betore returning the last ol <’omm»n<ier of several pos’s in the East
and the organizer of some of these.
Tbe deceased was united in marritge
to Mary Dowd Oct. 21, 1861. To this
The Lente Volunteers are bemoaning
union ten children were born, of whom
their bad luck of Tuesday night. They
nine are still living. The children who
were busy assisting to dispose of the re
survive are: Miss Ida Prink of Mon-
mains of the McGrew buildings when
teere, Mo., E. L., W. H., H. E., F. M.,
the Tremont alarm rang and though
and A. W. Prink of Portland, Oregon,
they made a good run the Tremont ;
A. E., Mrs. O. Witte and C. M. Prink
’ fellows beat them to it. But then why I
of Los Angeles, Cal.
should they expect to be first in another '
company’s territory? J ust because the > The departed united with hie father's
' church at Oshkosb, Wis., at the ag of
lx-nte toys were never beaten before in a
| 3o years and has been an earnest
race to a fire is no resaon they should j
Christian since then. On coming to
think they can run half way to Portland
The i Portl,n'1 *n 1904 he identified himself
and beat all tlie other volunteers.
with the Second Baptist Church, in tbe
Lente boys are undertaking a little
membership of which church he con
tinued until he left for California three
years ago in search of health.
Correcting a s'at>ment that has
The funeral service was corid cte.i in
been made some time since, the Bright the Lents Baptist Church Wedne- lay
Building and Investment Company have at 2:30 p. tn. by the Rev. J. M. Ne -on,
bin granted a certificate to do buisrv-ss pastor of the church. The interment
in the state, by the Corporation C >m - I was in the Mt. Scott Cemetery
mission. They hail been incorporated I services at the grave were conducted by
They were considered very favorably th'e
as only about one in fifty applicants
received certificates. The officers of
Your Optician should t* selected with
the company now are Mrs.
much care as your family physician
President; B. G. Skulason, Secretary J
when you have found a reliable
A Complete Home For Cash
and H. Ros tad , treasurer. The law
Not for his good,
effecting corporations went into effect j one, stick to him
or on Terms
I but for your own. The better acqtiaiht-
ed that he is with your habits, the
DUSTLESS DUSTING CLOTH
t,etter work he will do for you. Dr.
Dustless dusters can be made at Erwin L' 8el,H’ th*‘
home in this way: Take two oM I «PPO*-»* P<*t
Hours: 9 a. m to
Buys, Sells and
stocking tops and split each one, then
sew together, making a square soft
cloth. Soak this a while in kerosene,
then hang up to dry. It will be equal
to one of the dustless dusters that
would cost you 25 cents, and you
have a use for your old stockings.—
Mrs Carrie Smith, Sterling. Kan
FOR THE ENAMELED KITCHEN.
About once a wreck I go over my
enameled sink with turpentine and salt.
I dry the sink first, then rub it well
with a cloth saturated with the oil and
sprinkled liberally with the salt, A
good rinsing with warm water, then
drying, completes the process and
leaves the sink in a condition better
by far than any other method T have
$800. to $2500
A. H. GARDNER
East Side Funeral Directors
414 last Alder St., on I aat 6th St.
Prompt, Efficient and Courteous Treatment
Hay, Feed and Grain
Washed Gravel, Sand
GET OUR PRICES
Cement, Brick, Lime, Wall and Land Plaster
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I Block East of Main St. on Foster Bord
Phone* Tabor '*is ; Home 3112
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Estimates Submitted on all Plans and Specifications
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Phone Tabor 3993
Irish Bros., Lents, Oregon
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Bright Realty and
Sausages, Hams, Bacon and Pickled Meats
All Goods and Work
Office 2 blocks East of P. O. on Fos
Phones Lents Home 2111 ; Tsbor 4249
H. E. I.rmoai
Meats, Vegetables, Fresh Butter and Eggs
Near Post Office,
Monthly Payment Plan
Foster Road and ('ampliali Sta. lente N tel ion, Portland, Oregon]
F. S. Dunning, Inc.
Geo. W. Baldwin
Sutfored Eczema Fifty Years—Not Will
Seeuis a long time to endure the
awful burning, itching, smarting, skin-
disease known as "tretter”—another
name lor Eczema. Seems good to re
alize. also, that DR.
ECZEMA OINTMENT has proven a
pet feet cure.
Mrs. D. L. Kenney writes:—"I can
not sufficiently express my thanks to
you for your Dr. Hobson’s Eczema
Ointment. It has cured my tetter,
which has troubled me for over fifty
vearr.” All druggists, or by mail, 60c.
PFEIFFER CHEMICAL CO.
St. Louis, Mo
Phil ad el phis, Pa.
Phone Tabor 1371