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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 1, 1917)
Local and Personal
Mnh I.. McKinley is on th«* sick list
One cent a wont first insertion t one ball I
ceni •iibee<|iient insertions.
The Portland Stove Works will erect i
DAY WORK or by the hour, or
laundry work at home.
Satisfaction a F30,000 plant.
guaranteed. Washings calle,I for and
The Saturday manual training classes
of Portland are crowded.
GRAVEL and SAND. R. Hey ting.
Phone Tabor 2063.
E. W. Elrod, of 92ml street, left Fri
W a NTED; House work by day or
BARRED ROCK eggs. O. A. C. weck. Will «Io nursing. Also tine laute
dry, lace ciirtains, etc. Mr* L. Kelley,
Strain. G *1 layers, f LOO for 1 •’*
per blind red 8831 Foster Road, lent#. 9811 5th Ave.
Mrs. J. F. Wing.
\\ AN TEl»—Qtulling and plain rewtng
FOR 8ALE or will exchange for Mt. by the Aid Society of the letit.* Baptist
Scat property I lots in Clatskauie. Churvh. Call Tal«>r 7842.
Every inch in berries or fruit. One
year's crop ffiOO.
Value f 1100. Apply this office
day evening for a trip into Gilliam
M. N. Sadler is recovering rapidly
from the recent «iteration which he un-1
dernient for the removal of cataract
The Ninth Anniversary Sale and the Formal Opening
of the New Store will be Held
MARCH 12, 13, 14, AND 15
See Full Details and Bargain Prices Next Week
5716 24 92d St S.E.
W. I. Markle has purchased a stock
of gnx'eriee ami openetl up a nifty little
store at 88th st. and <>.*>th ave.
SEVEN-ROOM house close in west
Eggiman Bros., are installing an S x 10
Portland for sale or trade for lent»
Want a«!» are time aaver* and money property. Hattie Yott, 9217 Si Foater refrigerating plant in their meat mar
ket. Geo. W. Dilley i* doing the work.
maker«. Try them
Road. Lente.ti tf.
Miller A McGrew are making some
interior improvement* at their place of
business on92nd street, ¡«apering, paint
Rev. B. C. I»ewey is conducting a
series of evangelistic *eivice* at Burling
ton, Wash. This is the third week of
Mrs. Hardy Adams, of Foster Road,
was taken to Emanuel hospital Tuesday
evening, where she will undergo
All legal voters may
school elections, except that only tax
payers may vote on school boml ami
•«-hool tax measures.
Mr and Mrs Tom McSIoy are the
proud parents of a little daughter who
arrived at their home Monday evening,
The little lady will be known as Mary
Mrs. Mary C. Jefferies of 98tl*t-A9ti
avenue was very pleasantly surprised
this morning by a visit from tier
«laughter, Mrs. F. O. Baker of Spokane,
Lents Millinerv Store
Announce* a Formal t>f>ening and Annual Sale
March 12, 13. 14 and 15
MRS. INEZ I. S. GULLIK, Piop
Calls for a New Suit
Our Suit* tell the Story of Competent Workmanship an«l
Our Prices will Please You.
5940 92nd SL S. E.
You Can’t Bluff Old Age
DR. GEO. B. PRATT
326 Alder, between 6th and Broadway
The terror* of moving from an unsatisfactory
location have been minimized by
Rose City Van Company’s Service
Damage and Breakages are reduced to
a Minimum, also the Cost of the Move
THE ONE-WAY-CHARGE COMPANY
8822 Foster Road
Tabor 1424-D 61
9 Lime and Sulphur Spray
9 Prices as good or better than you can get in Portland
9 1 gal. can, 60c; 5 gal. can, $1.65; 50 gal. bbl. $9
MT. SCOTT DRUG CO.
wkopo Brugger’s Bakery
11 m v □
sells more Brcad than any other
store in Lents. Try our BIG
5c. LOAVES and you’ll
find out *
9112 WOODSTOCK AVE.
Only bakery in Mt. Scott using machinery
They will be FREE!
Watch for announcements
ADMINlSl RA TOU NOTICI
The large auto truck stuck in the mud ’
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT.
on Woodstock avenue and 85th street,
on Monday evening presented a sorry
appearance. It is safe to assume that | In the County Court of the State of
any one of the dozen men wading Oregon, lor Multnomah County.
around in the “soup” up to their knee- [ In the Matter of the Eatate of Emil
endeavoring to extricate the machine Paul Schmidt, Decease«!.
will be ar«lent supporters of any road
Notice is hereby given that the under
improvement movement that may be signed, Martha Schmidt, tin- executrix '
of the estate of Emil Paul Schmidt, <le-
Mrs. Ahtianalt of 10160 Foster Road, geaaed, has filed in the County Court of
was taken to the hospital yesterday the State of Oregon for Multnomah
morning for the second time during her j County, her Final Accotint as such
recent serious illness of ten week*’ <)ura-1 executrix, and that said County Court
tion. After spending five wwks at the haa set and fixe«l Tuesday, the 3rd day
hospital she was brought home the last of April, 1917, at the hour of 9:30
of the week, but her return was ne- o’clock in the forenoon of said «lay, in
■ essitab-d as it was made apparent that the County Court Room of the Court
an operation was necessary. Her friends Houae of Multnomah County, Oregon,
aa the time and place for the hearing of
are hoping for her speedy recovery.
sal«) Final Account, l<ipllnr with any
Each week brings to light some addi objections there may l»e to the same,
tional ail vantage to residents of Lents anil the settlement of said eatate.
shopping at home. A would-he purchaser
This notice ia published in the Mt.
discover#«! last week that the blankets Scott Herald by order of the Hon.
on sale al the Stevens’ Cash Store were George Tazewell, Judge of the above
three ounces heavier, two inches larger entitled Court, ma<le ami entered
and fifteen cents cheaper than the blank the 28th day of February, 1917.
ets offered by the leading department
Dated amt first published March
stores of the city. His shirt waist bar 1917.
gains ar«- attracting purchasers from the
MARTHA SCHMIDT, Executrix
down town «listricts.
the Estate at Emil Paul Schmidt,
Breezy Items From Nearby Towns J. J. Johnson, Attorney.
He’ll never dare to lay his hand upon you and mark you
for his own as long as your eyesight is unimpaired.
But as the years creep on your eyes will need aid.
This is furnished by
PERFECTLY FITTED GLASSES
We test your eyes and fit them with just the glasses
they need. Your eyes behind a pair of our glasses re
new their youth and vitality. See us if you would see.
Mar. Ju? I
THE DICKSON LECTURES
In the County Court of the State of
We call attention to the announce
ment in <>ur church column of the silver Oregon, for Multnomah County
Notice is hereby given that tlx- under-
tea to 1** given by the Baptist Ladies
Aid at the church parlors on We<iu«-sday sign«*! ha* I wen ap|s>inte<l administrator
of the estate of J. II Miskitnins, <le-
afternoon of next week.
■-eased, by the County Court of the State
Mi*s Gertha Clark and her brother
of Oregon for Multnomah County, and
Wilson, who have «pent the past year in
Lents, left Wednei«lay morning for their
All persons having claims against said
home in Medford.
They have made
estate an' hereby notified to present
many friend« in thia community during
same, duly verified as by law re«|uin*«l,
their stay who regret their departure.
to the un«lersigne«l at the Multnomah
Otto’» barber »hop ha» recently l>een State Bank, lente, ttregon, within six
move«! fiom Foster Road to 5929-92nd months from the ilaU- hereof
street, next door to Becker’» market.
Hated ami first published March I,
Everything is as neat a» a new pin ar.«l 1917.
by the time the building get» a coat of
II. E. BI.OYD, Administrator of the
paint on the outside to match the im estate of J. II Miskimins, deceased.
proved appearance on the in»i>le, the
.1. N. Penny A E .1. Mendenhall,
shop will prove very attractive.
(Continue«! Fr«»rn Pair«' 3.)
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT.
In the County Court of the State
Oregon, (or Multnomah County.
In the Matter of the Estate of Matilda
Notice is hereby given that the under-
signeil, Arnold J. Altman, the executor
of the estate of Matihla Altman, de
ceased, has filed in the County Court of
the State of Oregon for Multnomah
County hi* Final Account as such
executor, and that said County Court
has set and fixed Wednesday, the 4th
«lay of April, 1917, at the hour of 9:30
o’clock in the forenoon of said «lay, in
the County Court Room of the Court
House of Multnomah County, Oregon,
as the time and place for the hearing of
said Final Account, together with any
objections there may be to the same,
and the settlement of said estate.
This notice is published in the Mt.
Scott Herald by order of the Hon.
George Tazewell, Judge of the above en
titled Court, ma«le and entered on the
24th day of February, 1917.
Dated and first published, March 1,
ARNOLD J. ALTMAN, Executor of
the Eatate of Matida Altman, Deceased.
J. J. Johnson, Attorney.
The snow storm blocker! the moving
which was intended in this vicinity.
Tuesday evening the 27th inst.. a sur
prise was given Mrs. N. May Is- and her
■laughter, Mr*. Irwin, for which Mrs.
Smith was responsible, *« she worked to
gather up the friends, vis. Mr*. Fred
erickson, Mrs. and Miss Hurrle, Mis*
V. Clark, and Mr. and Mrs. Johnson.
Every one was the better for the genial
fellowship of the evening.
Mrs. C. Valentine has sol«l her home
to Farnsworth Co., ami will make her
imine in the city.
The Ladle* Aid met on the 28th inat.,
with Mrs. A. A. Kindle as a farewell
meeting with Mrs. Bateman, who says
beet regards to Bell rose March 1st.
Report says Mr. L. Bishop intends to
see Alaska. The good will of all will be
with him like sunshine. As a com
munity we shall miss the boy and his
clean, high, manly worth.
Mr. E. D. Hurle is an artist of marked
ability. Aside from their artistic merit
his pictures have found purchasers, thus
helping him to solve the problem of the
high cost of living.
KEEPING STEPWITH THE TIMES
It is hard to do in an ill-fitting, unshajtely shoe.
Your f<H‘t need your BEST attention they SUP
Slip them into a pair of our superb shoes and you
PERFECT FOOT EASE
The hurry and rush of the times demand the
FULL and FREE use of your feet, You are a»-
sured of this when you wear our shoes.
They cost no more than the "other” kind.
W r . L. PnPPIklQ
59.45 Ninety-second St.
Phone Tabor 4141
People are Watching
In the Duke Building’
On Account of “Extra Choice Meats
Sash and Doors, Shingles, Mouldings,
Nails, Building and Roofing Papers
and Builders’ Hardware.
Yard at Lents Jet
lOOth St., 4 block* from Foster