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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 12, 1914)
Mails at the lent» pn»totfic* arrive
and depart as follows:
8:3 m A.M.
9:00 A. M.
3:10 P. M.
6:30 P. M.
Sand and Gravel at
Call I elaphone Tabor 20ft J
02 Nt. »ml 45th Ave.. N. F
and Made to Order
J. P. Nordin
We desire to announce that we have opened the Lents Flower
and Seed Store on Main St., Lents, and have for your inspection a fine
selection of Cut Flowers and Plants. We also carrry a full line of
Flower and Garden Seed, and are ready to take orders for all kinds of
nursery stock, in Flowering Shrubs and Fruit Trees.
Witches Clockx and Jewelry
Mill 1 I-« ■ties ■outtw»»*. Df K»l»o*
Our facilities are the best in furnishing Cut Flowers for all oc
casions and we desire to state that we are in a position to give you the
best in Floral Designs, and Sprays for the least money.
Rose City Van
LUMBER $6 AND UP
Largs stock of Dimension Lumber un band
Ro’ifh and Oreaaed lumber for all purpoeee
send order to JOM8BCD Baro. Burin« BD1
If at any time you are in need of Floral Designs we will ask you
to give us a call. We will please you.
The beet values in home funii.hiogs at
lowest prises—Kenworthy A Co.. Lenta
You are Cordially Invited to Call and Inspect Our Store
A. N. GARDNER
Makes all points between Portland
and Lenta on Mt. Scott Line.
Frsight. Expraaa, Baggage and all
kinds of Transfer Work.
Lenta Office .
Lents Flower & Seed Store
- - Tabor 1424
Home B 0111
F. W. Tussy, Manager
R. KEIL, Proprietor
Ask for ko»e City Van
Doings of Our Neighbors
MEEZY ITEMS CONTRIBUTED BY HERALD REPORTERS
REPOBTEBS AT NEARBY POINTS
DR. JOHN FAWCETT
Diseases of Women and Children
Pacific Tabor 3214
Home Ixxial 2111
A. D. KENWORTHY & CO.
L 0. 0. F. BUILDING
Main 430, Home A 4650
Dunning & McEntee
Seventh and Ankeny Streets
Hhlloh Circi» No. I», ledls» ol O. A. R- msets
M »n<1 :«i Halunlay •»min«« In I. O. O. F.
hall. Uni». Llllsh Maitei, IT»»., Carri»
overt action. Tbe poor must be taxed
to the uttermost as tbe rich must be
assisted in every way.
Plenty of candidates for Governor
are already in the field ready for the
primaries. All of them promiae very
much for the common people who cer
tainly by this time ought to get some
thing else than tbe red-hot end of the
poker, but if the truth waa known most
of them self-selected candidates first,
last, and all of tbe time, are figuring
for themselves and you and I can go
i the threat of a similar sentence to bring ’
tliem to a sense of their responsibilities. |
The law has not been in force long,
but half a hundred families in Seattle
are already receiving support from men
who used to squander their money or
earn none at all. So the Seattle scrap
tieap is not so big as it was a few months
ago. Besides helping the men, tbe new
plan solves the problem of Ute dependent
mother; and it is certainly a lietter solu
tion for the husband to take care of his
wife and children than to have the state
rapport them under a system of mothers’
Tbs demand for houses at Kelso ex
coeds the supply. Robert Jonsrud is
having a house built to rent. John
Jonsrud and Mr. Turner, contractor« of
Boring, are doiog tbe work.
The residence of W. Gulden top is
Ned Nelson an«! Rotiert Jonsrud are
having a fence row cleared preparatory
to having a line fence built. W. H.
WORTH READING TWICE.
Hutchinson and Frank Patterson are
doing the work.
Not all blowhards are to be de
spised. There is the silage blow
Mr. Sindall is having a wire fence put !
er. for instance.
■ up around his place.
S--------------------------------------------- B> «*
Make your farm look like
Miss Stella Jonsrud returned home
yours. ’Twill be worth money *
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Reed have rented
Saturday after a aiz week»' stay in a I)r. A. Thompson's house on Rotierta
to you to have a farm that’s un *
, Portland hospital, where she underwent, Ave.
like every one else’s—tn the right »
an o|>eration for appendicitis.
The best thing to bring home
Mr». W. H. Hutchinson is expected! Harry Woods, who died sud«len)y last
from the country fair besides a
horns this week from the hospital. She
was buried in the Gresham cemetery . « blue ribbon is the determination
ia much improved in health.
to win one.
Gilbert Jonsrud went to Oregon City Monday afternoon. The funeral was
There’s quite some variety of
held from ('arlson’s Chapel. Mr. Wood
Monday to serve as juryman.
poor judgments. Some farmers
Mi»s Angela Canning is spending a
always take care to keep their
week's vacation at her home here. She Gurney Wood, besides his father, W. E.
horses fresh asd never knock
will graduate from 'he Portland Trade
off themselves for a good time,
Wood, both of Gresham and also several * and some ase always knocking off
school next June.
themselves, but never rest up
Ernest Hutchinson recently lost a brothers.
Mrs. Roliert Ijtnsdown returned from
their horses.—Robert W. Neal tn
good driving horse.
Farm and Fireside.
Mr«. Ernest Hutchinson is very ill in the hospital last week much improved.
a Portland hospit&i.
Albert Jonsrud and G. Johnson of tbe Gresham, died suddenly of heart disease
Oregon Agricultural College are home last w«>ek at her home at Brightwood
GROWING OF SEASONINGS.
Miss Grace Burnett, of Portland, spent
for a short vacation.
Robert Jonsrud recently bought a the vtevk end visiting at the home of Green Herbs Should Be Gathered Be
fore Day Becomee Very Warm.
cow from C. A. Johnson and a colt from Mrs. Chas. Merrill. Both Miss Burnett
and Birdine Merrill are teachers in the Green herbs if freshly and properly
gathered are richest iu flavoring sub
Services were held last Sunday in the Thompson school in Portland.
Albert Beers, who came up from Med stances -und when added to sauces,
Norw«*giat> Lutheran church by R v.
ford to attend bis grandfather Beers’ fricassees, stews, etc., reveal their
Henricksen of Portland.
freshness by their particles as well as
Mrs. Robert Jonsrud conducted the funeral, has left for California.
by their decidedly finer flavor. In sal
recent eight grade examinations.
ads they almost entirely supplant both
the home of Miss Cleo Mathews next
the dried and the decocted herbs since
their fresh colors are pleasing to the
Mias Bessie Howitt, is spending her eye and their crispness to the palate,
whereas the specks of the dried herbs
--------------------------------------- & vacation at her home in Gresham.
would Is? objectionable, and both these
Get your valentine I
and the decoctions impart a somewhat
Thursday is Lincoln’s birthday.
Inferior flavor to such dishes.
A large manufacturer, who was also
It is a credit to the American people
No matter in what condition or for
that they admire and hold in high re governor of his state, recently visit what purpose they are to be used the
gard such characters as Washington or ed the stab' prison. When he came out flavors of foliage herbs are invariably
Lincoln more—far more—than they do he said that no big business pays so little best In well developed leaves and
those money monsters. Morgan or attention to its “scrap heap’’ as society shoots still In full vigor of growth
pays to the human wrecks. Business With resjiect to the plant as a whole
these flavors are most abundant and
Glenn Hugh is seriously ill with men sort out and use all that is usable, pleasant just before the flowers ap
but society is indifferent, and assumes
pneumonia at this writing.
pear. Since they are generally due to
Dr. Botkins receive»! a shipment of that every one who gets into prison is essential oils which are quickly dissi
Indian Runner Duck« from a friend in irredeemable.
pated by heat they are more abundant
Of course that was a extreme rtate- in the morning than after the sun has
Washington. The original owner stated
that from a pair of these ducks and a ment. For a hundred yeara philan- reached the senith.
As a general rule, therefore, beet re
drake he raised 136 duck« last year. thropista have been thinking about the
human scrap heap, and as a result, we sults with foliage herbs, especially
They are wonderfully prolific.
those to l»e used for drying and infus
The President seem« to be in wrong have prison reform associations, and ing. may be secured when the plants
on thia Panama canal business. The
seem ready to flower, the harvest be
Democratic platform at Baltimore, from getting into prison, and societies to ing made as soon ns the dew has dried
which he said waa hie guide in the help the discharged prisoners to find a and before the day has become very
warm. The leaves of parsley, how
equal suffrage business, flatly declares honorable place in life.
The State of Washington, m< «reo ver, ever. may be gathered as soon as they
for free toll» for American coaat wise
vessels and if it. is a guide in one case it has tiegnu to sort the wrap heap be- attain that deep green characteristic
ought to be equally binding in the fore it units get into prison, In every of the mature leaf. Since the leaves
are produced continuously for many
other cases. There is a streak of old commnnity there is at least one human
weeks the mature ones may be re
fogyism in him as witness his John wreck who lets his wife'support him by moved every week or so. a process
Calvinism but on the whole hie work so taking in washing, while he loafs about which encourages the further produc
the soluons or the grocery store. Under tion of foliage and postpones the ap-
far has been most excellent.
People send off for blood medirine the new Washington law the police penrnnee of the flowering stem.—Amer
and other cure-alls for apring remedies arrest such men, and take them before a •can Agriculturist.
when the best «print medicine is right magistral«*. If the fellow has fallen so
The dullness of a majority of stupid
at our doors; to wit Oregon gra|>e root. low I|^it he has no sn»ICre.»jH*et left, th«'
In school Is due chiefly to ade
A person in this vicinity npon calling
noid growths In their nasal cavitiew or
for their taxes fonn«l them to be 010.00 when* he has to chop wood all day out
the fact that they are allowed or com-
higher than la«t year. Having made doors; the dollar anil a half/a day that |>elled to sleep with windows closed
no improvements it was a source of he earns is paid to his family. After a and a kerosene lamp still further foul-
mystery why they should be penalize«! time, th«* physical exercise ami the forced Ing the nlr. In tl>e name of decency
when they concluded as they had con abstinence from drink bring about a and good health put up the windows
templated making improvements—that change; th«* man proiniS’- sRo do jhis and give the boys and girls a chance
the intents of the heart, according to duty to th«* family outside the sks'kade, at some fresh air nights. It won’t cost
the old theology was as bail as the and i« discharge«!. Other men n«*ed only a cent
Beaver State Herald
Near Poet Office,
“FOR SALE" and “WANT’ rentiers
in classified column. 1 cent per word
for first insertion; S cent subeequentlv.
Watch the column for bargains.
FEARY BROS. lac.
WANTED— A good reliable man or
woman to solicit rabsciptions. Enquire
at Herald office.
No Collectioa-No Charge
Agent for Mt. Scott, Montavilla,
and Eastern Multnomah.
WANTED—Boys may be had and
sometimes girls. The older ones at
ordinary wagee and others to be
schooled and cared for in return for
slight service« rendered. For particu
lars address W. T. Gardner, superin
tendent Boys and Girls Aid Societv of
Oregon. Portland. Ore.
We Make a Personal Call
We Bay Notes
GEORGE G. IRVINE
Main St. ard Foater Road, Lents
FRESH OOW — for sale. Inquire of
M. 8. Hazen 264 Campbell St. Lents.
FOR SALE—Newspapers for wrap
ping or kindling. Mt. Scott Pub. Co.
LUMBER—At our new mill 1 mile«
southeast of Kelso. We deliver lumber.
FOR SALE — Silver Campine
Roosters. F. B. Golden,
of Lents, R. D. Box 303.
Temple of Economy
FOR SALE—Good family horse,
buggy, and light wagon.
Pays More for
FOR SALE:—Four Burner Gas Stove,
with oven complete, good as new. Mrs. ;
MARES, HOR8E8, WAGONS and
HARNESS. Cail at Grange Store.
and sells it for
less than others
LOST AND FOUND
McNeil Bid«, Main St, Lents
FOR RENT—One four and one six
room house, two blocks from station.
T. Y. Cadwell.
MONEY TO l.OA\
6 per cent loans on farms, orchard
ands, city resilient or business property, i
to buy, build, improve, extend or re-1
fund mortgages or other securities; i
terms reasonable; sp«*cial privileges ;i
•orres|*ondence invited. Department L,
BIS Bldg , Denver. Colo., or Department
I, 74» Henry Bldg., S«*sttle, Wash.
M ISCKLL ANKOUS
We buy and sell second hand furniture
•nd stoves. Alvord’s Furniture Stored
ill Main 8t.
Daily Oregonian, Herald, McCall,e
Magazine and Sunset, all for the
regular price (96.00) of tbe Oregonian,
if taken at tbe Herald otfice.
Prest-O- Lite; Service
Herald and McCall’s Home Magazine
one year, one dollar.
The line of All Laxatives
For constipation, use Dr. King’s New
Life Pills. Paul Matbulka, of Buffalo,
N. Y., says they are the "king of all
laxatives. They are a blessing to all
my family and I always keep a box at
home.’’ Get a box and g»t well again.
Price 25c. At D-uggids or by mail.
H E. Isctl«» AC). RMidtlpMi sr st Lssit
The Pennsylvania department of •<-
riculture has t«een Investigating a new
method of combating the San Jose
scale by means of a parasite which
Is said to <l«"stroy It. The parasite
was discovered by Dr. J. S. Grim. In-
«tractor In the Keystone State normal
college, who notifl«*«! Professor Surface.
state geologist. The latter propagat-
e«l the parasite and found that it de
stroyed the scale Insects. If the new
method can be applied on a commercial
scale it would mean the saving of
millions of dollars to the fruit growers
of the country.
We Carry (a Stock’ll JORD
Parts and Accessories
Day and Night Service
Third An. and Foater Road