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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 5, 1917)
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TO Bf INITIATED
turekd Kebehdhs to Entertain Orphd
lodqe And Other Guests On
Tomorrow, (Friday! evening will be a
n<d letter date on the calendar of Eureka
Rel>ekali lodge of lauits. At this time
they will entertain Orpha lodge; also
friends from other lodges.
new menilieni will lie taken upon this
occasion—live t»y transfer and fifteen by
initiation. A t«anquet will ba served in
the dining hall above at the conclusion
of the lodge session. The degree stall
have lieen pre|>ariug ‘or the event for
S >me time and an enjoyable evening IN
April fairy Visits Home.
and Mrs. Arnold Eggiman, of
92n«l street, were visited by fairi«w Oil
April 1st, instead of the usual mis
chievous spirit» who an* »uppoaed to
work their pranks on unsuspecting
Victims. This particular fairy aasumed
the form of a rtork and in <ie}<arting left
a dear little daughter to gladden the
home and serve aa a reminder of its
visit. The little lady will lie known a»
Marjorie. The proud young parents
are receiving the«-ongratillations of their
friends over the advent of their first
Shipyard I mploye Injured.
New Spring Goods Are Now on Display
We have nearly doubled our stock adding many new line» of Spring merchandlae purchased week* ago prior to
any ol the advanced price», lid» «liable» ua to quote price» much Isriow the down town »al«».
New Esalar Giove», silk, kid and chaiuoisunde
Me lo >2 (MI
New Whlte Walats, tute, ll.'Jb, 1.3» 1.49, 1 flW, 1.1*
t'rej>e de Cilene and Georgvtle Crepe Walats
FI 98. 4.M and 4 98
New Middy Bionave, plain «bile or wlth (ancy collari
at 86c,98c, 31.35, I 49, I 98
New House Dreaae», iucluditig ttie new Billy Btirke
Dresaea at 98c, >1.2,5. 1.49. 1 10, 1.98
Wash Skirt» Pi match many of thè ne* Middiee at 2.26
Hhoea, many new and desirable slyles, with light top»
New Glngliama, thè Itesi Utility ginghams an<l a
lieautiful selevtlon, selllng evsrywliare at lfic y«l, our
special prie» I2%c.
New knlt and inuslin Undsrwaar.
Hosiery, our stock at pressili compri»«» over seven
burnir od dosen ladies’ mlssee, children's ami men's hos-
lery, prioad a» tollows, lOc, 12%c, 16c, I9c, 25c, 29c, ,'Uk-
Site, 8Òc ami 31.00.
Msn's Work Hlilrta and Overalls at lowMt pricas
Hmall lot ni msn's and boy'a Huila, moatly amali lise»
at lesa tlian Wholesale pricea today.
STEVENS’ CASH DEPT. STORE
5827-29 92nd STREET
within our Marta tM
O good lie» dtad.
Blain by untoward circumstances or
by our own free will.
One cent » wont Hrat Inwrtlon: one halt
Want ad» ara tim« »avers and money
Hnd through the world we walk with Cent aiibsequent Insertion»
makers. Try them
Or with our senses blinded to »ur
for sail :
LOS I OR FOUND
Chinking that "good la evil -evil good."
FOR HALF!—240 egg incubator. Per
Or with determined pride to still tM
LOHT—A bunch ol keys March 10th.
feet condition. Price >1.5. Cail Home
PI.... .. f»l><>r WM.
Chat whisper» of a "raaurveetton mom.” plume 2142.
FOB HA Id*!—White Ixegliorn and
Chia la that morn — th« rveurrvctloa
Rhode Island Red egg» for setting. 11 .IX»
Of all tb< good that baa witbin ua to 11 .Au per setting of 15. B. N. Hirne-
Ch« hour to throw «»Ids with passion bangh, Gresham. R I.
Cix cruel bonds of wrong and blind-
WILL TRADE for la*nta property Irto 1
acres in (Vntral Oregon, all fenced, .50
Hnd rise Into s level high of power.
Of strength, of purity, while those we acres in croi», 2% miles to railroad.
En<|uirv at this oilier
(Qtth "clouds of angtl witnesses" above
GRAS EL and HAND. R. lleytmg.
Hnd all the dear ones who before have
Phon«' Tatior 20(13.
R. Scheuerman, of Sinh strset,
who has l»een employed at the North
west Steel Company’s Plant, was in
jured on Monday by a large twain which
was moved into |M»ition by a crane. He
saw it coming, but was unable to get Hnd w« ascend In ths triumphant Joy
Local and Personal out of the way in time to avoid living Hnd peace and rapture of a changed
hit. He was brought home in a taxi,
No bones seem to have tieen broken, Chat now transfigured stand» no more
P. A. Dilley, who has spent the past but the extent of his injuries are not
Of ctrcumetancs- or pride, or sin, to
three months at Newport returned home fully known, although they arc not
Ontil we reach »ubllmcst heights
supposed to lie serious.
Hnd stand erect eyes Hied upon ths
Miss <«rae»- Jasper. ot 83rd street, is
spending the week with relatives at
Strong Tn the strength that will» all
wrong to atilt
On M»n<lay evening, April 2, Jeffrvy OQltt, pointing upward to the aacendeJ
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gossett,
on March :>Oth, a daughter. Mother Rotnacly and Mias Marion Cheever were Bleas, aye. thrice blc»», this fair, sweet
and daughter are reported to be doing
pastor of the Ijente Baptist Church, at —Isabel Beott Btons In Washington
their future home, ■1910 Sixtieth St.,
Prof. Eric Bolt, Principal of the Ben«i
schools, is spending his Easter vacation
Lents school. With her parents she has
with friends in Lente.
made her home in Lenta for the past six
The schools of Portland are closing or seven years. The groom ia associated t
tonight for the Easter holidays. They with his father in the management of a
■Th reading a needle is one of the hard will remain closed until Tuesday mom-
The very pleasant Easter cus- ‘
warehouse of the Portland Milling Com
est things for the best of eyes and much ing.
tom of sending Easter cards to *
pany on Foster Road. The well-wish«'»
harder lor defective ones.
L. E. Sandberg and wife came do wn of their Ixents friends go with tlie young
It’s the point where many opticians
our friends or of making them «
fail in giving clear and comfortable from Palmer Tuesday and visited at the people in their married life.
simple and inexpensive gifts is i
home of Mrs. C. A. Daniels of 53rd
a good one, provided we do not i
It’s the point of excellence we seek to
Ave., 8. E.
carry it to an extreme. The j
If the aid of gia-.-es will accomplish it
Mrs. L. H. Burd of Estacada has been
is a busy season j
Letters advertise«! for week ending
we guarantee to enable you to thread a visiting at the home of her parents. Mr.
needle as easily a* you ever did in your
March 31: Fitter. Mrs J.; Friede. J when every one is weeding out j
and Mrs. N. L. Huxley, on Eighty
fourth street, near sixty-secon<i avenue. Mrs. John; Gray, Mr. and Mrs.; Good- [ one's possessions rather than •
man, Mias C.; Grant, Mrs. Anna; J seeking to add to them; hence -
THE OPTICAL SHOP
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Tischer, Hunter, Mr. O. E ; Hunter, Mr. E. O,
Dr. Geo. B. Pratt. Optometerist of 92nd St., a 10-pound daughter. The Ijiuree, Mrs. Jennie; Maida. Mr. 8.; It numerous large gifts would i
i little lady arrived on the 2nd inst. and Rupell, Mrs. C. F.; Reggis, Signor t prove a burden to the recipient, i
326 Alder Street
Eggs have always been usoei- !
will be known as Esther Ruth. Mother Charley ; Stewart, Mrs. A. N.; Smith,
Between Sixth and Broadway
ated with the day as symbolic i
and child are doing fine.
Miss Margaret; Updike, Mr». M. ; Wil-
of the resurrection. Bonbon- j
Mrs. Lew. McKinley underwent an son, Mrs. M. A.; Wilaon, I. L.; Walker,
nieres of this shape or candy '
operation at St. Vincent’s Hospital on Mr. V. D.
the 3rd inst. She is getting along nice
eggs are always popular.
Barber Shop ly. and her friends, are hoping for her
L. Moll, who works at the North
(Under New Management)
I speedy recovery.
west Steel Company’s plant is suffering
Mrs. Bertha Barker, of 80th 8t. and from the effects of a set-back after par
63rd Ave., returned on Tuesday from a tially recovering from an attack of ttie
two montlis’ Eastern trip, visiting rela mumps.
tives and friends in Illinois, Indiana and
Hair Cut 20c
Flowers and growing plants ■
Knew Local Trains,
Your Patronage Solicited
are especially appropriate to i
Many of the young men of the Mt.
A suburbanite who has a henr'oost
the day, Easter lilies being al- i
Scott district are responding to the call
WOODSTOCK AVE., near 92d of their country, some entering the army near the railway was complaining to a
ways in demand. A corsage
and some the navy. Roy Peterson will friend about having some of bla birds
bouquet of violets or of lilies j
leave Friday evening for SanFranciaco, kllletl by passing trains.
the valley is a pretty gift to ;
"You should hang a time table up in
where he will enlist in the navy.
The man who makes j
When in Lents
< «scar Lent, of the Lenta Mermntile
when the trains were booked to come ‘ it must be careful to have it ‘
Company is nursing a badly mashed
past," said the friend.
• sent to the house of the girl in «
foot, caused by dropping a’„h«savy stick
"Time table be hanged!” said the I time for her to wear to church ! I
Get Your Meals At The
of cordwood upon it while assisting in owner. "They know well enough when
on Easter morning. Neckties
the unloading of some wood in front of the ordinary trains will pass. When
or scarfs are suitable gifts to j
the «»mpany’s store the first of the l*ve bad one killed it has always been
Cottage Restaurant ’ week.
make to a man who is a rela- ;
by a special."—Chicago News.
tive or friend, provided one ;
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Kennedy and
knows his tastes. — Florence j
family, formerly of 1-enta. have re
A Dstestsble Character.
turned and will once more make their
Turke—I wonder where Scribbler got
Howe Hall in Chicago News.
A. KNAPP, Prop.
residence among us, after residing for the character of that detestable villain
some time in the Montavilla district. in his new novel.
Air In a Tunnel.
They will reside on 90th street and 43rd
Burke—Ob, that's a portrait of the
When a train goe» through n tunnel
publisher who refused his first l>ook!—
the reHistance of the air la an impor
N. N. NYGAARD
Mrs. Wm. Reynolds of 94th street, London Answers.
tant factor, experini' iita having dem
and Mrs. White of 90th street, exoect to
onstrated that It niea^irea 13.MI ¡xiund»
leave about the middle of next week for
Ladies’ and Gents Fine Shoes ; Long Beach, Wash., at which place
In the County Court of the State of [ xt ton of train weight in the Hlmplon
for the County of Multnomah. tunnel, aa agalnxt only 8.8 pounds in
their husband» are engaged in a logging
In the matter of the estate of J. E. the open air, a difference of over CO
camp. They expect to remain through
Thia Is and
n the Prince.
train is run
out the summer.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY
a story current
in an the
Notice is hereby given thst the un<ler-
The ladies of the Mt. Scott district will
reference of to the
of the Prince
be given an opportunity on Friday and signed, A. Kermode, Administrator of Wales'
in the opposite
9133 Foster Rd.
of next week to obtain many the estate of J. E. Heiler, deceased, has Kitchener
We give "3 A H" Green Trading Stampe
helpful suggestions regarding the various filed hie final account in the County ious
to join tne forces. After long ar
nutritious ways of using Graham flour. Court of the State of Oregon, for the gument and discreet pointing out of
On the»e dates the Lents Mercantile Co. County of Multnomah, and that Friday possible dynastic disaster the prince
have arranged to have special demon- the 27th day of April 1917, at the hour broke out Impetuously:
"But I don't care if I am shot!”
“tratora at their store and have extend- Of 9:30 a. m., of said day, at the Court
Kitchener is said to have replied:
••d an invitation to the ladies of the die- House at Portland, in said County and
"Neither do I, sir. But you can’t go."
1 trict to call and meet theee people.
Nevertheless in the end youth and ar
and place for the hearing of objections
For bargains in hardware our readers
to said final account and the settlement dor prevailed, and the prince went—
are invite«! io inveetigate the prices
quoted by the lente Hardware Co., in
A. KERMODE, Administrator.
their anniversary sale which is now on.
She— When it was given out that his
W. K. Royal, Attorney, Suit 622
Tie thrifty houaewife, aa well as con
cashier ran off with $00,000 be didn't
tractors. painters, carpenter« and all
Date of first publication March 29th, seem to mind It at nil. He—Is he so
users of hardware will find many.attrac
rich as not to miss it? She—Well, he
FIRST CLASS WORK
tione in their advertisement and bills
Date of last publication April 27th, was flattered. He never owned >50.000
which have been freely circulated.
In his life.
GOLD Knight* of Marcala** pin.
I Iwner can have same on proving
property and paying for tills ad.
LADIES MUFF—Owner van have
same by proving property and paying
for this ad.
Foil PLOUGHING and harrowing
call Talnr 3783.
WANT! D MISCELLANEOUS
FOR BALE or will exchange for Mt.
Scott property 4 Iota in Clatskanie.
HEY EN-ROOM house close In west
Every inch in berries or fruit. One Portland for sale or trade tor I-enta
year’s crop >fl(X).
Five-room house. property. Hattie Yolt, 9217% Foster
Vallie • I 11« I Apply til!» oltl.e
lilt Rond, lenta.
Going Up or Staying Down
Some grocer» are constantly boosting
the prices of foodstuffs.
This store is consistently and reso
lutely keeping prices down.
WHICH l><> YOU PREFER?
Headquarters For Seeds and Fertilizers.
L. E. WILEY
9040 Foster Road
WHEN YOU TRADE AT HOME
Your Own lutereste
H. C. CARVER
(Hnrceeaor to C. J. Holway)
tbe North Main SL Grocer,
Is IxM’ated On ‘‘The Hill” for YOUR Convenience
We call and deliver
5927 92nd SL S. E.
“Extra Choice Meats”
Special This Week Jersey Bell Butter 90c Per Roll
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES ALWAYS FRESH
The terrors 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 Cest of the Move
THE ONE-WAY-CHARGE COMPANY
Tabor 1424-D 61
I (_ K (_
8822 Foster Road
Candies- Confectionery, Fruits, Soft
Drinks, Bakery Goods, Tobacco and «
CifarSi Liiht Lunches
Tat. uso BOHNA’S CONFECTIONERY