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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 3, 1914)
Your Gold ls Danqerous
Break It up— Now
Christmas Menus Christmas Don’ts The Yuletide Gift
A Colti la rvadlly t atching
down «ystem la susoepUbi* lo Henna.
Yrni owe il lo yourw’lf an<l lo othrr» ot
your hoiiM'hold Io tight U hi Gema at
uno*. Dr Bt-ll'a Pine-Tar lloiuy la fine
for Colila aliti Coligli*. Il loowtis Dir
mucoua, stop» thn Coligli anrl suoli***
thè Lunga. Il’a gtiaranU’Hii. Only 2ftu.
at your Druggist.
Washed Graded Gravel
H2nd St. and 45th Ave
Phone Tabor 2063
J. F. Heyting’
General Machine Shop
All Kinds Repairing
Gasoline Engines A Spebialty
l^iwn Mower« Shariiened, and
Saws filed and etc.
One Block East of Main on Foster Rd.
T. M. WALSH
A. D. Kenworthy
L 0. 0. F. BUILDING
J. P. Finley&Son
Montgomery ami Fifth Ht
One Place ot Businee* Only
Phone Main ®
Hawthore Ave. and East III». St.
A twin tant
DR. JOHN FAWCETT
Diseases of Women and Children
Pacific TnlMjr 3214
The write up in last week’s Herald
relative to the burglarising of the Jarl
• tore was it* the main correct but u
Ki'lxo correspondent offer» the story
Don t leave th* cost mark oo pres
A favorite poem mad* Into a booklet
with some correction» and additions, <* m « m ********«***** w *«> m ent».
makes a charming gift
A PLAIN MEAL.
ami we give it In full.—Ed.
Don't let Christmas giving deterio
Burglar* broke into Jarl’* A Erl’s A
rate Into a trade.
A fiat leather penwiper for his desk
general merchandise store, Monday •
Roast Pork, Tenderloin.
lion't let money dominate your makes an appropriate souvenir for the
morning Nov. 23d, at 3 o’clock. Mr. jj
business man or woman.
Turnips In Cream Haue*.
Jarl was asleep in hi* room at the back J
Don't rmbarrsMS yourself by giving
A bodkin <as* with three bodkins la
Celery and Nut Salad.
« more than you can afford
I of the ston< and the door to his room *
a useful Christmas gift for th* needle
I was left open, which gives him a full ♦ ’
English Plum Pudding.
' view of Die «afe
He was awakened by
you give, ns the odds ar* on tbe dis woman.
For those who want ;beir plum pud
a flashlight and the command “hands
A homemade booklet of a dozen re dings homemade the following recipe
Don't acquire your Yuletide before Ila bl* chafing dish recipe* will ba may prove useful:
Up.” A revolver pointed close to his M*<*,**«*(««,**zs***s*s*a*i
face, Imt instead of obeying tbe com »
A DELICIOUS DINNER.
* the fun of Christmas actually begins prized by tbe housewife.
Take one-ba If pound of finely sbred-
No Christmas is fulfilled when tbe cal
mand he made a fierce struggle and
ded suet, one-balf pound of washed and
ebrant is filled full.
wrested the revolver from one of U m
Blue Points on Half Shell
A blotter, the upper aide mad* of a dried currants, three fourth* of a pound
Don’t be the first to tell s child there picture postcard of youraelf. Is a sim of stoned raisins, four tablespoonfula
robber*. Hewral shots were liten ex-
Rosst Turkey With Oyster Drees- ■ la no Runts Claus. If you have to Ils
ple yet valued gift for an Intimate of dried and sifted breadcrumbs, three
changed with the result that the
( sboitt It lie. end lie as attractively aa friend.
tablespoonfula of warm sifted flour,
burglar» were scared out, st* much Ml,
your etlncnlion will permit
five ounces of loaf sugar, three eggs,
Candled Yams Mashed Potatoes.
I that they left liehind them their tools,
Pickled Paars und Peaebee
Don't ent your Christmas dinner tn a .. ................ ...................................Q three ounces of shredded citron, one-
. and explosives anti an overcoat and hat
balf nutmeg grated and a teaspoon
restaurant If you can find any old homo
Plum Pudding With Brandy Sauce,
, The robbers helped tltemselviw to
ful of brandy Mix these well togeth
that you may eat it In. for a Christ
- I Roltert Jonsrud's horse and buggy
er. adding enough milk to make it of
Nuts and Raisins
' I mas dinner tu a home la worth two in
Christmas comes but one* a year.
which had evidently been hitched up all
nice consistency, and boil for six or
Let’s sojoy It whll* It’s here.
j ready to escape as Die halter was left
Don’t let yonr Christmas go by with
Eat your turkey without fear.
This pudding keeps admirably, and
tied to Die gate poat. Hherifl* Maas and
Never pause to ehed a tear.
out giving some sort of present to a
when It is not to be used for some
Should you feel a trifle queer
J Word were l»*th notified. The latter *
child Tbe excuse that you know no
After wings or running gear.
time it should be boiled, say, for six
A ROAST GOO8E 8PREAD.
children will not suffice. You can know
! re|Hiried Monday afternoon about 3
Neck and bishop's nose y-fere.
hours and then bung from a book tn
plenty of them between now anti the
Tak* a pill a I'A leek Tbweatt.
I o’clock that the hor»e and buggy had
tbe storeroom until about to be used,
Bo up. Bread Sticks
He who never dares to eat
; been found near lent* and later in the
Olive« Celery Malted Peanuts.
when it should again be placed in the
Waffles, cskes or sausage meat.
Don't decide to abstain from giving
Roast Goose. Potato Stuffing. Apple «
1 day one of the robbers who had re-
Nothing sour, nothing sweat;
pan and boiled for an hour and a halt
« just because you cannot afford expen
. feerived two bullet-wounds, one in the
or two boars longer
Glased Sweet Potatoes Ums Beans : slve presents
Never smoked since he was born;
I breast and one in the thigh, was found
It may be boiled in a mold, a basin
Water's all he ever drinks;
Chicken Croquettes French Green ♦ your gift, the Interest you take In
Living low. be highly thinks.
or a cloth and must be kept in which
asking for aid and wa» taken to I lie Ht.
« those to whom you give, are the prin-
Christmas turkey, Christmas pie.
ever is chosen until ready to be served.
! Vincent hospital.
ilia recovery is
Lettucs. Cheese Straws.
The Intrinsic valiie of
Christmas pudding. Christmas sigh!
♦ dpal things
Merry Christmas! Merry week!
♦ your gift counts very little.
Glace Merlnirua Bonbons
Happy New Tear! Very meek!
Mr Jarl, who allowed splendid nerve,
Don’t give things because they are
Nuts Raisins Fruits
I eccaped will* a few watches and Is *
Crackers Cheese. Cafe Noir.
Tbe hoar of tlma whore the froet's gray
generally Is'ing congratulated by hi»
As a rule. It Is a dangerous
| friends on hia narrow escape
thing to pick up a lot of all sorts of PRETTY CHRISTMAS TABLE.
In fantastic glamour Iles;
sheen of light os tbe gleam ng white
From later re|»>rta the wounded man
« presents. If you do there Is always An Old Faehion*d Party For the Chil A That
mirrore the spangled skies;
j wliira- name is Peter, or “Dutch”
great cold star tn the heavens afar
Htroff, is improving. It was at first »
And a moon trail on the hills;
Tbe arrangement of a table at a Tbe earth instilled with an awe fulfllled
thought he would die. He refuse* to *
And the night with music thrilled
Cream of Chicken
Yuletide party was quite unusual, in
make any statement.
Boiled Sheep’s Head.
■O asmuch as It was an old fashioned
carolers sing as the church bells ring.
Oscar Olstjn, a brother of Mrs. Rohert
square one. lengthened to accommo
Wbtle up In the organ loft
Rice Croquettes With Curry.
A CHRISTMA8 HYMN.
Jonsrad, who lives at latnta, brought tlic »
date twelve children. It was pushed The sage owls croon at the calm, sweat
horse and buggy back that tlie robbers
Msshed Browned Potatoes.
back against the wall, and at the back
Comes swelling out ever soft
Stewed Toms toes
I took. The horse, when found, wa»
No t*ann*-m (taming far;
was the largest sized Yule log candy The message flies through the changing
Mince Pie Biscuit Tortonl.
A lamp within a stable.
i roaming the streets in tbe vicinity of
Roquefort Cheese and Crackers.
box. resting on a bed of holly and mis
By changing time and tor sue.
j <iill>ert road and Buckley avenue, hav-
But ever the same aa the tale that camo
Their hymns of peace and gladneea
I ing been unhitched from the buggy. t*»*t**»t***»****w*t**e***
On top of tbe log was a doll dressed
The shepherd men among
To earth the angels brought;
I which was also found near by.
Their "Gloria In Excelsls"
tne mistletoe and the laurel bough
rule." and attached to the front end Where
A s|>elling-bee was held at th* school-"
To earth the angels taught
And the holly and bay are twined.
THE HOLIDAY PARTY
the hearth Are gleams aa tn an
■ house Friday evening, under the auspices
When in the lowly manger
dolls dressed to represent the first six
,l of the Kelso Students Self-Government A Few Suggestions For Enlivening
Tbe holy mother maid
is but tn mind
months of the year. Following after As One In age
In tender adoration
Club, in which both old and young par-
modern dreams the hearth tire
Her lut» of Heaven laid.
in cities tuillooiis are almost always
I took, followed by a »ale of hotne-umde
So. under the casement still.
like tbe last six months. At each plate
Born lowly In the darkneaa,
| candies which brought $2.(10. Games obtainable, so get bright red ones and
carolers «Ing as the tower tongues
were a holly paper covered born and a
And none so poor aa be.
j were played and the evening thorouglily try thia novel scheme for a children's
party. Surround tbe cake with tiny
Man's peace and God's good will.
His very own shell be.
! enjoyed by all.
Tbe children were to blow out tbe
candlesticks or candelabra bolding red
A play will I»» given at the school tapers and sprinkle the cloth with hol
candles, making a wish for each one.
No rush of hoetile armies.
But just the huddling aheep.
houm* on Raturday evening December ly sprays and diamond dust (Christ
The sngels singing of the Christ
j IB. Furtla-r notice will be given later. mas snuw*
Ana all the world asleep
From tbe back of each chair tie a
No flame of conquering banners.
red rihtwn on tbe end. Boating gayly
No legions sent afar;
In tbe air » re<1 balloon. Here la the
A lamp within a stable.’
Mrs. Woodham is still in the hospital
France Noel, married last Thursday,
way tu give the favura (red snapping
And In the sky a star.
A Thanksgiving gathering of import-5 motto cap**; Tie one to the end of tbe
and improving slowly.
—Margaret £ gangster tn Collier s
was given a surprise shower by young
I ancr was given at tbe spacious home string of a red balloon and let It go
people of the Methodist and Baptist
¡of Mr. anti Mrs. E D. Chamberlain, away up to the celling
Churches. A nice supply of tiousehold
| wheu their children, grand-children and
If the snapper la not heavy enough
church will give a box social Saturday conveniences were received.
a few friends gathered in happy festivity weight It with a chocolate cigarette or
Sacrifice Is Spirit of Christmas.
I to partake of ths bounMooa dinner pre- one of the many bard, all chocolate
A curious thing comes to my mind
The Piper home at 66th St. and 65lh
j pared by the hostera. Mr. and Mr». ahupee that children love Then let concerning which I have a word to aay.
The Tremont Furniture Company has Ave., has been unfortunate this week
1 Chamberlain are pioneers of this sec- each little guest catch a balloon and and that 1» apropos of honesty. No one
| tion and enjoy a wide circle of friend» bring It down to earth To make mor* has a right to give away anything ex moved to the Nash Building, between owing to an outbreak of diptheria.
fun each balloon may have a card at
Diptheria caused the death of a child on
‘ in this vicinity. May they see many tached lienring the name of a child, cept what may be In excess of tbe just Millard Ave., and 53 St.
demands upon the income The butch
54th Ave., during the week.
I happy returns of Uiis glad Thanksgiving and each must find his own
er. the trnker. the dry goods man. needs
The Ki-rn Park Electric Co. has pre
bis money as surely ns does the enthu
Mira Ethel Smith, who is teaching at Q-
Mr. Grc-nleaf, who was formerly
■O siastic woman eager to make a pretty pared a fine pannei work of wood for
T gift or the lover to bestow upon his tbe display of its fixtures.
Trenholtn, Columbia County, came
manager of the Alvord Furniture Store
, Wethnralay evening and remained until
in Lents last year has opened up a Fur
sweetheart what he knows is her
| Saturday evening the guest of lier
heart's desire Successful Christmas
niture Store at 6604 Foster Road. cor.
Tbe Young Peoples Societies of the
You don’t dig It lip.
i mother at Ferndale Place.
giving should mean self sacrifice, and
66 st near the Karn Park Station. They
and Christian church«» are to
it is often n greater sacrifice to deny
Ruby Rnraniusen. a student at the
will handle new and used furniture,
ninni the forest.
oneself the privilege of exfiendlture hold a union tui eiing Sunday evening at make picture frames and repairing.
IO. S. N. S. »pent the Thanksgiving va- '
You simply go forth »nd buy it.
than to do just what one has in mind. the Methodist church.
cation at home. A party was given in
And that's an easy matter
I believe that from the nursery days
I her honor Friday evening
A fire at Brentwood during the week
this theory should be inculcated, and.
Prof. Tolifson has rented the J. T. ’
The matron of the Salvation Army, was put out before the Tremont Volun
There’s only one thing need
as the coming to this world of our
. Rea property and is moving his furniture
ful. and that's cash.
blessed Lord was one great act of sac Mrs Hudspeth, was out to the Wednes teers arrived owing tn the quick work
I in this week.
The tree may be purchased
rifice. so in planning for our Christmas day afternoon meeting of the Arleta W. of the women of the house The fire
Mrs. Geo. Chamlierlain visited at
prosaically of one's grocer.
gifts each child in the family should C. T. U. and made a short address.
was due to some oily clothing that paint
More venturesome souls trol
be encouraged to something of self sac
Eugene last week.
ers had left in the basement of the house
ley or motor to some freight
rifice in rhe gathering together of the
Roy Anderson went to Portland
The pastor of the Methodist church is on a line. They spontaneously took
yard, choosing from original
money for his gifts I like to picture
Saturday evening to receive instruc
soon to be located in a bran new par fire.
tions in playing the violin.
round tbe library table through the sonage. The work on tbe building is
Yet others literally “shop" for
A. A. Loeb of Portland was out on
fall months tbe children of the house now under way. Miller Mowrey Lum
Subscriptions to tbe Herald and tbe
them and when at last their
hold and the kinsfolk and acquaint ber Company of Lent3, is furnishing the Everting Telegram will be taken for a
choice Is made bear them off tn
Mr. and Mrs Sam Hulit from near
ances who might be within tbe doors lumber.
their motors or on their backs
limited time at a combination offer of
Troutdale s|>ent Thanksgiving at the.
busied themselves In the preparation of
or engage an expressman.—Phil
latter's mother, Mrs. Lucy Kincaid.
Herald and Daily and Sunday Journal
Floy Reed was at Mosier on business
Christmas morn tbe sweet words of
loving remembrance. — Julia Holme*
Beach’s Notion Store
Lewis Benfield of Portland was the
Their Christmas Presents.
0041 72 8t. 8. E.
guest of his mother Wednesday.
Little Penelnn* Socrates.
Re-modeled and Furniihed New and Clean
Mira Helen Coulter spent her Thanks
A Boston maid of four.
8ave tbe grape basket* to till with Hmm» Tinted and Painted. Ge-> Davis. Mgr
giving vacation in Portland.
Wlds opened her eyes on Christmas morn
Toys, Dry Goods,
and School Supplies, Stationery,
dainties and see what charming Christ drocerie». Confectioner«
And looked the landscape o'er
.Cigars and Tobacco|
mas gifts can be made. Line th* bas
OIVE|VS A CALL|
r "What Is't Inflates my has de bleuF*
kets with dark green tissue paper and UV.MSt.th8t 8. K j
Opened Dec. 1
asked, with dignity.
■a " Bhe
fill them with oranges, red apples,
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'Tie Ibsen In the original.
nut», clusters of raisins, figs, dates,
beyond degree I"
Letter heads, envelopes, cards, bill
Tliatiksgiving day passed in this vi
Dr. C. W. Tidball
grapes and candy. Small glasses of
auction notice* and posters,
cinity without a cloud in the sky, or ap
jelly, homemade cookies. Individual
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
dodgers, announcements, etc, at Mt.
parently in the sentiments of the people. Mies May Cadwellader Rittenhouse
mince plea or plum puddings add to
Of Philadelphia town
Scott Pub. Co., office, Lenta.
A party, composed of Hawsons, Valen Awoke
Office cor 82nd St. anti 60th Ave.
aa much aa they ever do there
And watched ttw> enow come down
tines, Calkins, and two Johnson fami
Res. 5W» 82nd St. 8. E.
lies, met iti Calkins hall and tried to till "Well, I'm glad that Christmas has come
To the Cynic*.
Phone Tabor 4256
Res. Tabor 3746
Herald and Daily Oregonian $6.00.
Christmas comes but once a year.
the day with good will and thankfulness.
You might nave heard her aay,
They certainly filled themselves with
’Tie a season of good cheer.
"For my family's one year older now
Cynics spoil the seat of tt
turkey, pumpkin pie and the usual
Than It was last Christmas day."
We have them in Grades
Now a respite, brief repose.
menu of the day. Songs, recitations,
Let us make the best of it.
Prices to suit you.
and kodak snaps was the program.
Drown our many weary woes.
It was Christmas in giddy Gotham,
And Miss Irena de Jones
Mrs. M. Smith, who lias been in lied
Awoke at noon and yawned and yawned
with tonsilitia is able to sit up.
Christmas comes but once a year.
And stretched her languid bones
Children love the seat of It
The young people of Bennett Chapel
Now a message glad we hear.
Phone your Orders
"Well. I'm sorry that It’s Christmas.
have organised an Epwurth league.
Hearken to behest of It
Papa at home will stay.
Just good will and wishes kind
Tabor 1280 6840 Foster Rd.
Mrs. M. Bristlow has gone to ¡Port For 'change Is closed, and he won't make
And >our love, the best of It.
A single cent all day "
land Height» to attend the wedding of
If we're poor-well, never mind.
Laugh we will and 1eet of It
Mrs. E. Beach, who has lieen sick Oh. wlndlly dawned the Christmas
Christmas comes but once a year.
In the city tty the lake!
with a cold is improving.
Money e not ths teat of it
And Miss Arabel Wabash Breezy
Hearts alone can help and cheer.
Was Instantly awake
The new school house is progressing
Christ has made the best of It
splendidly. Every person s|s-aking of it "Ah. what's that In my stncklngT
Whatsoever may befall.
We Give S. 4 H. Stamps
seems to think it will be a strong factor
Sorrows or the rest of It
Weil, In two litre I'll know!"
in this place for good in every way.
Even those Who lest of tt
From away down In the toe
Mon are even working in the rain to
-New Vork Time*
— Boston .Courier.
push it to an early completion.
Tremont, Kem Park and Arleta
If they go out with tbe vary first puff
th* wish will come true. A whit* and
red Christmas ribbon goes to each
plat*, fastened by a spray of holly.
Then each child looks at the dolls and
says which on* be or she think* rep
resents tbe month In which they wer*
If there should be two In tbe same
month the on* who Is the oldest get*
tbe doll fur that month As there is
one for each guest, a satisfactory ad
justment is easily made. Tbe Yule log
also contains small favors for each
C. LOUIS BARZEE
Attorney at Law
A GENERAL LAW PRACTICE
2nd floor Additon Bid's., next to Mult
nomah State Bank
hlloh Circle No. I®, ladle« o! (I. A. K. meet«
1st and 8«! Saturday evening« in I. O. O. F.
hall, Lents. Llllah Maffei, Pres., Carrie
Kem Park Feed
and Fuel Co.
CARBON BRIQUETS -Made by the Portland Gas Company