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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 18, 1917)
itomi Scott Hrrald
Hjr William T. Fsrkins ot Portland, Oregon.
Mrs. Arnold Eggiman and baby
Ye sons of Freedom, bring to me
daughter visited at Camas, Wash. the
With flaming liearts and bended knee
FOR SALE _________ first of ths week.
weeks lies certainly been enjoyed by Your offering to Liberty!
GRAVEL ami HAND. «it. Heyting.
Ye are my sons; my bounteous breast
Phono Tabor 2063.
III at her home on 92nd street, is some
Hath nourished you, and on you preet
HELP WANTED MALE
richest gifts; nor sought I rest.
WANTED—Fifty men to team Auto
mobile, Gas Tractor, Electric Starter, | Mrs. M. J. Hmlth, formerly of Ariola, Ulrich, is at the Ht. Vincent's hospital Gaze now upon thy golden fields:
lias come to Lenta so spend the Winter where she !>a<l a serious operation per
Ignition and Htatlonary Engineering.
Mark how the eartli its fruitage yields
with tier sister, Mrs. D. C. Johnson.
formed last Monday. Hhe Is doing as Beneath the »tar-strewn flag that shields.
Only two montila to complete course, j
Finished students get |3 50 to $5 (Ml per 1 Mr», (i. L. Memteiihall, of »1415 IHlth well as can be expected f at present.
Behold thy cities, proud and strong:
J. D Hutchinson threshed 40 sacks
day. ('all or write for free catalogue. St. 8. E., returned the last of the week
Behold thy hotnee, where evensong
of beans last week which he expects to
Hemphill's leading Trade Hchools. 7o7
to Heaven, free from wrong.
sell at 11 cts a pound, at which price
Hawthorne Ave., at East 80th Ht.
46! . lalives In Washington.
Mrs. I. W. Hummel who underwent they will bring him |!5.oO a sack of 14?) My noble sons! awake! arise!
Behold sad Europe’s smoking skies:
an operation at the Good Hamarltan lbs. or more.
Rowing to ci re hm» tance» I am unable
Gird ye my limbs ere Freedom dies.
hospital Haturday, is now at her home,
to hullo and will *-ll 2’MX) 2z4, loot) 2x6, and getting along nicely.
of Kendall station, expects to move on ! Think now of Belgium's fields of red;
I'*17 2xlo, all for fho. This is one-half
We wish to correct an error which ap- to hie farm in Happy Valley in a few Behold where stricken France hath bled;
price of hiiuls-r now. Phone la-nts i
Remember Lusitania's dead.
Home phone Itili.
43-7 | |s-ared in our issue oi last week. H. J. weeks.
! Allen, of 63rd Ave., who has I wen ill for
Joseph Becker left Monday evening My sons! thy sons! your hearts I know;
some lime instead of I. E. Allen as was for Lake County, Ore., where he has a Bring, then, thy gifts and let me go
homestead ot 640 acres. We wish him With blazing sword, to meet the foe.
Miss Myrtle McNeil, of Foster Road, success in hie venture, but will miss hie
The foregoing poem has been adopted
is in Eugene this week attending the presence from our midst.
the OREGON HEADQUARTERS for
Mothers* Congress as a delegate from
The farmers are busy digging potatoes
the Parent Teacher Association of Dis this week. They are turning out better the LIBERTY LOAN CAMPAIGN in
Oregon. It is to be recited at patriotic
trict No. 45.
than expected and from all reports may rallies and on public occasions during
The Royal Neighlerrs Club met at the tie cheap enough to a poor man can the campaign. County and local chair
home of Mrs. Clark, al Kendall Station afford to eat them.
men are requested to provide each com
on Tuesday of this week. A delicious
mittee and community with one copy
inneheou was serve«! at noon time and a
for local use. When read by a yonng
social time enjoyed.
Mr. Wright-Davis is having hia house woman experienced in public reading,
John D., “your grocer, ” is doing ex- ! remodeled. Present indications would this verse“» deeply impressive, Its first
tensive improvement work in bis store make it ap|>ear that it will tie a splendid public use in Portland will lie in the
at 92nd and Woodstock Ave. Putting improvement when complete.
AUDITORIUM, Thursday, October 18.
in new racks anil shelves and other wise
A is for
Mrs. A. Rindle received the news that
increasing his facilities for serving the
Get In School ot Thrift.
tier neice, Mrs. Fannie Noah, of Col-
Bond is a diploma
ville, Wash., died on the “th inst. A
Edwin Norene, of Co. C. 3rd Oregon telegram ««-nt her on the Sth wa» not de h -I kmi I of thrift” dfxAared 8. W. Strau.“,
Infantry, ma le a short visit at his home, livered until the evening of the 9th, President of the American 8<iciety for
644o Court St., Lents, Wednesday which made it impossibl-i for her to at Thrift, in a statement co the members of
one of the most annoying eye detects, uiortang. He has been doing guard
reusing poor vision, eye strain, head dutydown in the Siskiyous tor over a tend the funeral on the following day . that organization today. “A subscrip
ache and often severe re lie z nervous month past, but has just been ordered which she so earnestly wished to do. tion to this issue is the best way to be-
She has the sympathy of her many friends ' gin a thrifty life.” Secretary McAdoo
to report to Clackamas. He enjoys in this vicinity.
1 is asking for subscriptions from 10,000,-
Astigmatism is corrected with a cylin getting back» mong friends again.
Here's another verm- to the poem in ' 000 Americana. If he is successful in
drical lens and requires the highest skill
this feature of the loan it will mean
The Grange Drill team are doing a your issue of Oct. 4th.
of the Optometerist.
, that thousands of onr citizens have for
lot of practicing these days. Always
Give us your hand stranger
1 the first time in their lives liegun the
We have tfiecial charts and B|>ecial considered a "crack” team, they are
And say “put it there,"
1 accumulation of something for old age
methode all <>nr <>wn for handling this endeavoring to improve their efficiency
A song in the tieart
; or the rainy day.
troublesome defect, and have corrected in a manner to reflect credit upon their
Is worth two in the air.
“Let me appeal especially to the man
lodge in a contemplated trip to Orient
many cas a w lierv others had failed.
Quite a number of people in this vicin
Orange, where they will put on the ity attended the reception given to Rev. j or woman who has gone along thus far
Your eyes ase sale in onr care.
work in initiating a large class of can- and Mrs. F. M. Jasper at the Lents in life with absolutely nothing laid by.
Not only does your country need your
Methodist church on Friday evening of
help in this matter but you need it even
Mr. Harry 1-evy, of lane
more. This Lilierty Ixianls going to be
was the guest of Miss Myrtle McNeil on
Mr. Deardorff met with an accident a sucowe, tor America knows not how
Friday of last week. He also attended on Monday evening as he was going
DR. GEO. B. PRATT,
the meeting of the Grange on Saturday. Hou th over the hill on the Deardorff I to fail, but you will keep on being an
Mr. lavy is a graduate of the O. A. C. road. In hia endeavor to avoid an in individual failure unless you arise to
is at present managing the selling jury to Mr. Monaah, of the Foater Road, this opportunity. A Liberty bond or
363 Alder Ht. tietween 6th and Broadway
of stock for the grangers co-operative in the dusk of the evening he ran bis two tucked away in a safety deposit
' business in Lane County, which brought machine into the aide of the road and vault will bring you more pleasure than
the same amount invested in any other
him to the city at this time.
upset it, the car rolling over twice. The way. Once a saver always a saver. The
Hot soup is now being served the old gentleman was injured, although
person who hasn't enough moral stamina
pupils of Lente school for the sum of not seriously. The other occupants of
to save money for such a cause as this is
5 eta. The children are expected to the car escape«! unharmed. Mr. Dear
pretty apt to be a failure in life. Prove
bring their sandwiches from home and dorff waa taken to hie home where be is your worth and give your own future a
Careful study is needed in shoeing
a different kind of aoup will be serve«! being cared for. The beet wishes of the chance by subscribing for this loan. You
any horse. We make a specialty of
each day of the week. Should the entire community for his speedy recov need it as much as it needs you.”
studying your hort««, Ills disposition
number of pupils patronizing the kitchen ery are extended.
anu his needs, and guarantee not to
number 100 this will lie continued,
Mr. Hunt who has purchased a garden
injuie the tendetesi feet.
How the War Has Changed Newport.
otherwise it cannot tie made to pay.
spot on Lenox Ave. near Foster Road
“Like thousands of other places, New
W<* shall lie glad to print extracts was out to see it one day recently, com
MATT GREENSLADE, Blacksmith
port haa been made over by the war.
from soldiers' letters from time to time, ing in a brand new Ford.
The very streets look different; the spirit
Foster Road and 9.3d Ht.
but our friends who send them will
Last night, (Tuesday) was the first
understand that a letter which has frost of the season and we all had •‘I of its people has undergone a sweeping
transformation. Although this is true oi
passed the censor is not passed for screath" for breakfast.
every other city, yet I think it is most
Its publication may be
in Newport—for in the past the
quite liarmless, but every such letter
Newport has l>een social, and in
must be carefully scrutinised to see if
Prepare for Winter, get your
At the last eugenic examination held many ways it has been a social model for
contains material which ought to I...
withheld from those who might use it to in Portland little Mary Margaret, the rest of America.”
Mrs. French Vanderoilt is the author
■ laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Head
the advantage of our enemies.
rick, of 8088 "1st St., scored
per ity for this statement. She has written
Miss Lillian Ainunds, of Foster Road,
cent, and is just six months old. for the October issue of Harper’s Bazaar
daughter of Mrs. Anna Aniunds, was
Master Roy 8. Farris, two years old, an article on the Red Cross and other
married on Wednesday afternoon, tlie
B. F. MILLER
sou of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Farris, war relief work in Newport.
fortunate young man being Win. Soren
Naturally, with such serious work on
The Lents Plumber son, of the Base Line Road, about three scored 98)^, 111 Die same place.
all sides, the character of Newport has
5956 '»2nd Ht.
miles out of the city. They were
changed completely. And the cause for
married in Portland. A reception was well known concrete contractor, has
this change was the visitof the “U-53.”
given them in the evening at the Soren
The people of Newport had to house* and
WE TAKE PRIDE
son hall which was attended by a num
care for the victims of this merciless
ber of people from Lente. Music was on an extensive concrete bridge con
raider of the seas. They were, however,
furnished by an orchestra and delicious
fn the Sanitary Arrangement
seems to lie prosperous In that little not prepared for this sort of thing, and
of Our Hlion
refreshments were served.
on realizing it they built up, without
Mr. and Mrs R. E. Thomae,of Wood-
The best is none too good for you
Mrs. Sarah McVey, mother of James any loss of time, a very efficient Red
mere, went out in the country in their
Cross organization, and now everyone
Quick Service, Sanitary Conditional roadster on Sunday. While attempting S. McVey, has gone to Cerrillos,
is engaged in some kind of war relief
Satisfactory Work, Moderate Prices to negotiate a bad stretch of road they
and turquoise mines. She expects to work.
Special Attention to Children's
struck an obstruction which threw
remain there for some time looking after
their car from the road. They declare
it ran on two wheels some distance,
years,” said the new lioard-
CHESTER’S BARBER SHOP
Mrs. Charles Farris has gone to Con
over the underbrush along the side of
er, “my habits were as regular as clock
the road, finally bringing up with a
work. I rose on the stroke of six, and
short stop against the bank.
Mrs. several weeks in visiting Mr. Farris’
half an hour later was at breakfast; at
PERSONALITY IN SUITa
Thomas was thrown from the car, but
seven 1 was at work, dined at one, had
Mr. Thomas gripped the wheel and
Made to fit any figure
supper at six, and was in be«i at half
managed to stay in the car. No injuries Byron Caldwell, at Dayton, Wash., be
past nine. Ate only plain food, and
Lady or Gentleman
were sustained. A passing car render-
hadn't a day’s illness all the time.”
FABRIC and WORKMANSHIP 6UARNTEED j ed them assistance back to the road and
said a hearer, in
! they resumed the even tenor of their
sympathetic tones, “and what were you
Old Suits cleaned, Pressed
ways, none the worse for their shaking
Mr. Cummings, who has resided in in for?" Exchange.
Mr. Taft’s home for the past two years,
F. F. EHRLICH
Maybe He'll Slip loo.
has moved into apartments near the
LADIES AND GENTS' TAILOR
Nick and Bill went up the hill
broom factory, where he is foreman.
Send Him the Home Paper.
9134 FOSTER ROAD
He ami Mr. Taft are “baching” togeth
To get a pail of water.
What shall you send him when he's er. Mrs. Cummings is still visiting
Nick fell down and broke his crown,
in training camp or over there? A let- with her parents in the Fast and has
And Bill (well, Bill, he’s feeling hia
The Lenta Station Barber
t-r? By all means, that foremost and her two little sons with her.
way down might careful like.)
is now located at the
ofteneet. And aftefothat, what? Some
CUT RATE BARBER SHOP foolish little knick-knack which is nei
has moved into a house near the broom
9137 Foster Road Opp. P. O.
ther quite ornamental nor entirely
factory whore he works.
When in Lents
Shave 10c Hair Cut 20c
serviceable? Or when in doubt, will von
Mr. and Mrs. Amberson, of Newlierg
take a lesson from what Richard Henry
Lady's Shampoo 30c
Dana wrote in “Two Years Before the visited this section last Monday, coming
Get Your Meals At The
on business and pleasure combined, vis
The Finest in the World and nt fers Mast?"
than you can get it for drew here
“After all, there is nothing in a
Also Sanitary Clothes Bleach and full strange land like a news paper from Hayes.
instructions how to use it No
home. Even a letter, in many respects,
more Blue Mondays
is nothing in comparison with it. It
FLOYD MURPHY, Prpo.
To prevent runs in stockings put a row
carries you back to the spot better than
of machine stiching around each stock
A. KNAPP, Prop.
There is more in this to-day than. ing from three to four inchee from the
DANA ever put theie.—Colliers.
What are you doing with them? Are you let
ting them dribble out, a little here and a little there,
for things that will be of little if any benefit to you?
Or are you keeping them intact so they grow
into a respectable sum that will count when you see
the chance for a good investment?
Conserve your Funds by Using a Bank Account
Multnomah State Bank
Soldiers and Sailors
American Standard Version
The Optical Shop
SUPPLIES AND FIXTURES
See Club Offer On Page 4
Attractive - Compact - Readable - Durable
Emphasized with the words of Christ printed in bold face
type. Strongly and neatly bound in Khaki colored Morocco grained
Keratol—Waterproof—flexible limp cover, embossed back bands,
round comers. Khaki edges, gold title, beautifully embossed
American Flag in colors on the outside front cover.
Printed on specially strong Bible paper. Only 3x4# inches
and just # an inch thick. Type is plain and clear—self
pronouncing. The Four Great American Hymns are printed
•nd bound with thia Soldiers and Sailors Testament.
For Sale By
MT. SCOTT PUB. CO.
We Prefer. .
to meet you personally, but if unable
to call, our telephone
1 Tabor 1141
is at your service.
We always have a full line of
Lents Mercantile Co., 5805*92nd St
Piano and Fumituie Mcving.
Long Distance Hauling.
Specially equipped to hanule picnic
parties. Reasonable rates.
ERNEST E. HATTER
6334 84th Street S. E.
Portland <tand: Bdwy. 962, A 1962
Still Moving .
ROSE CITY VAN
The One-Way-Charge (Company
See Us For . ..
WOOD AND COAL
Tab. 1424 D61
8222 Foster R.