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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 21, 1913)
Sand and Gravel at
call Telephone Tabor 206J
82 St. and 4'tn Ave., 8. E.
Mr. and Mrs. R, A. Brown visited
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Mrs. G. W. Spring is suffering from a
Mr». Sarah t . Foster is »pending a
severe attack ot acute indigestion.
week visiting her son at her old home
Kay Gast «Ml, who has been up the
Valley hat returned to hie home here.
Watches Clocks and Jewelry
and Made toIOrder
J. P. Nordin
Will do your Painting. Tinting,
Papering and Finishing.
203 Gilbert Road
PHONE TABOR 1417
Leave Orders at Mount Scott
Miss Zimmerman of l*ortland ie
assisting at tue lente Hardware in the
Mrs. Sarah Coon accom|>anied her capacity ol bookkeej er and stenograph
aged sister to her home at liarlton.
The woodwork around my kitchen
sink became very dirty and 1 wanted
it cleaned and revarnished. This easy
method of getting the dirt and old var
nish off at the same time was told me
and proved to be a boon. The instruc
tions were to make a soft soap from
common yellow laundry soap, and
when it was nearly cool to Stir in one
tablespoonful of concentrated lye and
one half cupful of coal oil. When the
mixture was like a heavy paste it was
ready to be spread over the woodwork
with a paint brush. I followed these in
structions, letting the soap remain a
day and a half, and when 1 washed it
off with plenty of hot water, was
pleased to find the dirt and old varnish
come with it, leaving the clean wood
exposed. When it was dry, I varnished
it, and I had a sweet, clean kitchen
again, with very little labor
Mr. and Mrs. Al Boland have gone to
Mrs. C. C. Woodworth of Lents ie
to lie gone several months.
visiting her mother at Corvallis.
Al will lie employed in brick work
Miss Margaret Kerns will teach at
Willamette Falls in Clackamas County
Mrs. Thorne, who has been visiting
in Colwell, Idaho, returned last week
Mrs. Mary Thomas ol 4th Avenue is to the home of her daughter, Mrs. El-
having her porch finished up in a wood, on 9th Avenue.
modern way by L. H. Carter.
Mr. and Mrs. Forey have moved to
The Best Pain Killer
Mrs. Lizzie Evarts and Mrs. John their recently purchased projierty on
Bucklen’a Arnica Salve when applied
Stiger, of Portland spent last Sunday Ninth Avenue, formally owned by Mrs. to a cut, bruise, sprain, burn or scald,
with their sister, Mrs. Jeffriee.
or other injury of the skin will inimedi*
ately remove all pain. E. E. Chamber-
Helen and Lucile Jones of Estacada lain of Clinton, Me., says:—“It robs
The Building on the Finley Me Grew
property which was diatroyed by fire are spending a month's vacation with cut* and other injuries ol their terrors.
last week, has been sold to a company j their grandmother. Mrs. latwrence ot As a healing remedy its equal don't
exist.” Will do good for you. Only
1 Tenth Avenue
of Lents citizens.
26c. at ail druggists.
J. E. Loucks and John Kent of Lents
l^nts was the goal ot three new
are engaged in Tillamook County this American citizens Wednesday.
motnth on some construction work. ports are that all parties are doing well, j Advertised letter» for week ending
They expect to be employed there for More details next week.
August 16. 11113 •
Bewley, Mr; Bartlett, Ralph, Mrs;
The horses attached to an ice wagon Heyers, Clara; Brown. Harry; Camp
BEGINS its forty-fifth school year
Mrs. D. V. Sweeny and children of while standing in front of J. I.. West's bell, Mrs. Clara; Day, E. R. A Co;
SeeTcMarn is tai».
Freewater, Oregon, are visiting at grocery store on Ninth Avenue, became Emmerson, Mr; Kimberly. Douglas;
DEGREE COURSES n many phasesof Clyde E. Sager’s.
Mrs. Sweeney is a frightened and ran several blocks be .Jones, Mis» May; Schuman. Mr. A;
fore they were stopped, No damage Townsend, Rev. J. A., 109 Nelson St
economics M ining , forcstry . Cos-
Mince P harmacy
T wo - year C ourses in amicul *
H. A. White of the Scandinavian
American Rank is filling the position
The Kerns boys aged 11 and 13, Suffered Eczema Fifty Years—Not Wtll
ART* FORtSTRY COMMIRCt. PHARMACY (
of Herbert Bloyd during the latter's who live south of Johnson Creek, in*
TEACHER'S COURSES '■ manual
Seems a long time to endure the
vested in an acre of corn last spring and
training, agriculture, domestic science vacation time.
awful burning, itching, smarting, skin*
will realize a profit on the investment <ii~ease known as
MUSIC, including piano, string, band
Mrs. Susie C. Bryant and little grand Their neighbor, who owned the corn, name for'Eciema. Seems good to re-
instruments and voice culture
son, Donald Ellie, returned to Lents injured his hand so that he could not aliie, also, that
A BEAUTIFUL BOOKLET entitled
Saturday and will occupy her home on take care of the crop so he sold it to the ECZEMA OINTMENT has proven a
boys for 17.50 and they have al readv
“T he E nrichment of R ural L ife " Park Avenue.
and a C atalogue will be mailed free
sold $25.00 worth of corn and expect to
Mrs. D. L. Kenney writes:—"I can
Mrs. Clara Foster and daughter, i sell at least $20.00 more.
not sufficiently express my thanks to
Address H. M. T ennant , Registrar.
Alice, are spending a month at the |
you for yotir I>r Holison's Eczema
CARD OF THANKS.
home of Mrs. Minnie Wed ham near
Ointment. It has cured my tetter,
A. Bohns wishes to thanx his many which has troubled me fof over fifty
friends in Lents who assisted so freelv yearr.” All druggists, or by n)B.il, 50c.
, in protecting Jjis property at the time
PFEIFFER CHEMICAL CO.
Mrs. H. E. Pease is expected home , .
. i, .
St. Louis, Mo
i •. of the recent fire. Mr.-wB°hna was
in a couple of weeks. Mrs. Pease lelt
¡June »th and has visited relatives in
,r°“' l,0,n' “
Chicago and Fenton, Ill., Dunlaj.
tlppreciates the many evidences
Iowa, Omaha ami Blair, Nebraska
I0' irten’llin^e which
shown txjth in expressions of sympathy
ami assistance. While be is not hup-
Mrs. J. E. Louche's sisfer, Mrs. Jchr. ing tQ return the kindlene„ in like
Brury ami daughter Ruth of Kansas manntri he at leaat takes this meth0(l
City who have been visiting here for of tellin(? of hig Mppreciation.
several weeks have just returned home.
1, 4 1-2 h. p. M. M. » . . $150. They fell in love with Oregon and its
1, 8 h. p. M. M. > • ... $175. beautiful Mountains.
Do not scorn the sales of dress ma
1, 4 h. p. Harley Davidson $135.
terials when you are pfanning curtains
Mr. J. T. Kennett and wife of .
1, 8 h. p. M. M...................... $200. Silver Lake, Kansas, parents of Mrs for your summer cottage Some of
All Goods and Work
Damall, returned home Wednesday the cross-barred muslins are lovely for
evening. They are contemplating a
return to Oregon with the view ol with color in them set off plain mus
Near Poet Office,
making it their permanent home within lin or madras curtains surprisingly.
a few years.
and green, blue and pink, brown and
| yellow, numberless combinations at
H. E. Bloyd of the Multnomah State
few cents a yard—Harper’s Bazar.
Bana will visit a while at Kelso, Wash.,
during the next two weeks, his vacation.
STOPPING A LEAK,
He expects to catch a few Cowlitz
of a sudden leak, when. as
country trout and try to lay on a few
pounds of avoirdupois during the time. ' usual, it is impossible to get a plumb-
I er quickly, if you turn off the water
I. F. Coffman and editor Darnall of the
»om? <j°Wn yellow soap
Jind whiting with just enough water
. Herald were among the guests invited
■ to make a thick paste, you can stop
to the banquet spread Monday evening
at the Commercial Club in Portland,
leak X®“«'“ It will be found to
as well as solder, pro
They report a good time.
vided you turn the water on again
rather slowly, as a sudden rush might
Third Ave. and Foster Road • W. L. Klineman and C. E. Kennedy force it out. says Today's Magazine,
and their families were members of a ! j have uge,] thig on two occasiOns and
OtegOIl party that went to Scappoee on Friday. ¡( agterf Until a plumber came—a day
_______ Catfishing was the order and the con-! afterward
ditions were extremly favorable.
we dispose of »hows how
well builder» appreciate our
method» of dealing. When
one ha* a particularly g.sxl
hoiiHe to build be alinoet in*
variably orders hie liimlwr
from us. lol their expar*
fence lie your guide. They
know what they are about.
The Copeland Lumber Company
Phone Tabor 1371
Foster Road and Campbell 8la. lent« Station, Portland, tlrrgonj
> ok »< okkk » k » ioicii
B. H. I.entona
Geo. W. Baldwin
F. S. Dunning, Inc.
East Side Funeral Directors
414 East Alder St., on East 6th St.
Prompt, Efficient and Courteous Treatment
Hay, Feed and Grain
Washed Gravel, Sand
GET OUR PRICES
Cement, Brick, Lime, Wall and Land Plaster
MCKINLEY & BUNDY
Phone» Tabor'»18 ; llonir .1112 |
A. N. GARDNER
In Oregon’s Most Reliable Association
Oregon Fire Relief, Oregon Merchants Mutual
Fire, American Life and Accident In
surance of Portland
PROTECTION AN DIBENEFITS
John Brown, Gresham, Ore
New Eagle and Day.
ton Motor Cycles for
$ 35.00 $
Repairs a Specialty
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' COTTA«.ES AND BI 81NES8
HOCHES NOW UNDER CONSTRUCTION
For further information regarding tbi»
Bummer reeort Sil out this coupon and
receive complete and minute details by
mall, or rail st office and see photographs.
G. A.ÇJ0NES REALTY CO.
44‘> »HERLOCK BLDG.COR. THIRD
AND OAK STS . PORTLAND ORE.
The funeral of Mrs. Anderton of
Montavilla was held from Hnley’s un‘
dertaking parlors Tuesday Of last week.
The deceased is the mother of Mrs.
Norine of Eight Avenue.
A social meeting was given by the
young people of the Evangelical Church
at the home of Mrs. Ernest I lrich last
Friday evening. A very pleasant even-1
ing was spent, alter which a delicious i
lunch was Berved.
TO MAKE EYELETS
lb making eyelets, when it is not de-
sirable to carry the threaw from one
to another, adopt the plan, says
Needlecraft. Finish the eyelet, then
pass the needle along under the
stitches on the wrong side about one-
third of the way around, and cut the
thread, It holds firmly and docs no’
show the fastening.
Lents Improvement Club will not
hold a meeting this week. The Secre
tary is away from home and so many of
the people are off on vacations that it
would be impractical.
Hannant is employed by the Southern 1
Pacific ami the company will furnish j
them a home, rent free in the city. I
Mr«. Hannant s aged parents, Mr. ar.d
Mrs. Carpenter, will accompany them.
They will rent their borne on Mt. Scott
Demonsteatedjin the Offce of
in I L. Sens
Foster Road, Opp., P. 0.
Hours: 9 A. M. to 9 P. M.
Latest Patterns, Best of Work. Repair
ing and Cleaning Solicited
Architects and Builders.
Excavating, Concrete Construction, Building, Plas
tering and Finishing.
We do the'whole thing-You move in without worry or risk
Buys, Sells and
A Complete Home For Cash
The demonstration of Dr. Al
bert Abrams, the famous dis
coverer of new medical pheno-1
Mr. Frank Barnes arrive«! last Sun- | mena, has proved beyond all
day morning from Tuxpan, Mexico, doubt that the brain works BEST
and will visit friends an«l relatives here in a light disfused by an Amber •
for several «lavs. Mr. Barnes was on
the road seventeen days as traveling is
Have your present passes
very slow in Mexico and it' is a diffi
in Amber Tint, or have
cult matter to get away frdrn there at
the present Lime.
your eyes examined and a pair
made, which will correct all eye
Mr. and Mrs. Hannaot will go to strain and stop those headaches
Portland to make their home. Mr
and blurred vision.
AT THE LEADING TAILORS
Estimates Submitted on all Plans and Specifications
Plans Free With all Contracts
Phone Tabor 3993
or on Terms
$800. to $2500
Monthly Payment Plan
is the place to'get the In-et of the wacon in
Meats, Vegetables, Fresh Butter and Eggs
HEE OUR LINE OF
Bright Realty and
Sausages, Hams, Bacon and Pickled Meats
< fftice 2 blocks East of P. O. on Fos
Phones Lents Home 2111 ; Tabor 4249
THE HERALD 11.00 PER YEAR