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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 7, 1918)
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rivet^te dnq somo «. Rstqpy appeared
to be' chaerftiL The cmftT room and
, corridors were crowded with men, and
although, Bateey was the only womaa
present, she was not at all embarrassed.
When her turn cams, she and her wit
nesses were asked some questions by
tbe examiner. The judge then proceed
ed to swear her in, and she wax thus
declared to be a citizen of tbe United
Btatee. How her heart thrilled with
“Betsey,” said Eii that night serious
ly, “you are a citizen of these United
Blates of America. Will yon be the lit
tle citizen of my new home now?”
“Yes,” replied Betsey thoughtfully.
examiners In reference to this matter?*’
'‘Honea!** «aidth« American. Don’t
was tbe ready reply.
birth. Perhaps »be was an American
you talk to me about horse« I I had an
Just let ua mention that we are glad cltlun and born in Boston. Inquiry at this shortly,” said be. Both client and
old mare that once licked the fastest ex
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Robinson, of Port
we didn't plant our garden during the registry of birtbs, death« and attorney proceeded to arrange for an In
press on our railroad by pretty near a
land visited oyer Bunday with Mr. aud
tho«* three days of summer. Iimtead marriages In this city proved futile. terview with tbe government’s represen
couple o miles on a 30-mite ran to
Mrs. Will Richey.
Where was she born? That was an im
Mrs. Rhoda Cbilicote, of Mollala, Or. we are shining up the runners ol tho portant question.
When she was a tatives. Within a few days a confer
“That’s nothing!** said ths Canadian.
visited with relative« hors several days
the peg where our skates are wont to mere tot she informed queetioners that ble one, for the chief examiner assured
“I was out on my farm one day, about
■lie “grew” like Topey in Uncle Tom’s
CO miles from the bouse, when a fright
Mr. ami Mrs. W. F. Garrison attend*
Cabin, but such an answer would not them they would experience no difficul
ful storm came up. I turned the pony’s
«<1 church at Damascus Bunday, anil
suffice at this time of her life. Hhe se
head toward home, and he raced the
cured the assistance of two acquaint
tixik dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Free-
storm so close for the last 10 miles that
Thursday evening when the ances who knew her from the time she
Meanwhile, however, the acquaint
dolph ol that place.
that I didn’t feel a drop. On the other
young people ol the Valley gave them a was live years old, feeling that both ance of these young people grew into
A. 0. Ball anil mother attended church surprise party. Most everylxxiy went.
hand, my dog only 10 yards behind had
these friends could act as competent
in Portland Sunday evening.
swim the whole distance.’*
intimacy, which developed to such a de
The annual meeting of tbe East Mount
I .eland Moor of Corvallis, Or. visited Hoolt Mutual Telephone Co., wax held at and
After exhausting her own
Little cuties of sugar
his parents Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Moor the school house Friday evening. Tbe this connection, she thought it lasst to solution of the citizehship question by
Little grains of wheat—
Pn<xldeni, C. F. Zirner, in his opening consult an attorney. The name of Eli
signals the need of a good laxative.
Save them with the bacon
Mr. and Mrs. laiwis Bilkworth, anil io id resx mentioned that all were well Weston, whose acquaintance she regret- Buch a proposition did not, however, That is when you’ll be glad you know
And other kinds of meat.
Mles Carrie Tait, of Portland vi«ite*l pleased witli the service which the ed she hail never made, was the first appeal to Betsey, who was a progressive of SAN-TOX Fig Cascaros (Tablets.)
Ill fed fighters weaken
Ktindav at the home of Mr. ami Mrs, members had received during the past that entered her mind. Mr. Weston, individual and an ardent ami active suf For Sale by LENTS PHARMACY. The
Ill fed nations yield
P. J. Burke.
year, am! stated that the indication" | who ha<i t>een Betsey’s Immediate fragette. She determined to become a San-Tox Store.
It's up to us to keep our Allies
Mr. and Mre. J. W, Frost visited were that service would still improve neighbor for several years, was a novice citizen through her own initiative, and
Strong to take the field.
this year. Officers elected lor the en- ' in the legal profession, Nevertheless, not by virtue of being the wife of one. | It is acknowledged that the Chinese
Evening Klar Grange lust Saturday.
Every dinner table
Miss Edna Burke, who is teaching
Wherever people eat—
near Oregon City spent Bunday at the Zinser; Vice President, Mr. I idem ; i man, clever and alert. After carefully ■id of her witnesses, and attorney filed and [KMuews tlie reputation of having
Will help d>*cide the verdict—
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I*. J, Secretary and Treasurer, 1 Herman ! considering the matter she decided to her petition for naturalization. Three many secrets. They are able to empty
month« passed before the case was listed an orange of its pulp entirely, then fill
Victory or defeat.
Kann«*; Directors; Chas. Betts, L.
consult a scion.
One morning Betsey walked into Mr. for a hearing before the court.
it up with fruit jelly without one being
Becker, Chas. ltobslock. Tlie total up
The eventful day at last arrived. All able to find the smallest cut in the rind
keep on th>* line for the punt year was Weston's office, ami thoroughly explain
It was never intended that horses
Gray’s ( rossinq.
ed the entire situation to Mr. Weston. went veil. Tlie principle characters ar- or even a tiny hole.
about twelve dollars.
should have a monopoly of horse sense
Mrs. J. H Bailey, of Woodstock Ave.
J. II. Hutchinson's htudi*l*ak**r truck
entertained the Ruyai Neighlxir Club on wax a guest al the laboratory Equip
Feb. 36tli. Tliere were 2o ladies present ment Co’s shop during the week where
who made napkins and tray cloths (or it enjoyed a thorough engine cleaning
th«* Red Cross, and at mx*n a most Ixiunti- and general overhauling. Thia is tlie
till dinner was served which gave evi second Studebaker entertained l*y Mr.
dence uf the -kill of Mrs. Bailey. All Iteardorff in tlie last few weeks and he
present declared they bad a very enjoy invites others to call.
able time and many thanks to Mrs.
Mrs. B. G. Lennon, W. A. Ulrich ami
Clout. Betts were ajqxnntcd to canvas
The many friends of Mr. ami Mrs. tills district for War Saving Stamps.
Peterson ol b2ud Bt. are sorry to lose We wish them much success.
them. They have gone back to their
old home near i’ixotello, Idaho to stay
for a year. They were given a party
‘•We are Determined to Grow in Business by Deserving to Grow.”
the night tielore leaving by Reuben
Snow tell lien* to the depth of Ï or 3
Wilson Post and Bhilo Circle, Ladies of I
the G. A. R.
Inches the first of the week tut clear
March 7. 1918
Mrs. W. 8. Bennett, of 82 St. and (Mi , aud bright at this writing.
Vol. 1. No. 5
5923 92nd St., Portland, Ore.
Bottled spring Weather is not to Is*
Ave. is at home Irom the hospital ami
getting along splendidly alter a severe expected until the sun crosses the line
Owing to tbe number of names submitted we are unable to announce the winner
Supporting America in War we
o|x*ratlon. Iler friends hope to see on the Slat of this month.
Easter com<*s oti the last day of the
are now selling THRIFT STAMPS
her out in her auto during these nice
this week but will next week.
sunshiny days. Mr. Bennet lias had a month which some think means tine
and WAR SA VING STAMPS when
slight attack of la grlp|>e, also Mrs weather to follow.
ever merchandise is sold.
The New York Evening Post contains
Mrs. Percy Harris is slowly recover an account of a secret conference held
salesperson: “I’ll take a Thrift
ing Iroui a short siege of sickness
United State**, at Berne, Switzerland,
Stamp, too,” and it will be handed to
Mrs. J. 8. Bailey Is at Bkamokawa, last September, at which it was agreed
with your change, or charged to
Wash, attending her daughter, Mrs. to make Russia the “goat*, and eml the
SPRING CLEAN UP—PAINT UP
Every Thrift Stamp
Kenneth Kendall, who is tbe proud war soon, or in the year 1918. At this
mother of a baby boy.
the end of the war.”
meeting it was ngreed to give Russian
The stork visited Elmer Wood's home provinces on the west to Germany and a
people today consider Paint only from a decorative standpoint. While Paint is a great
NOW OR NEVER
Mill, *•*> Ave. Saturday moruing and free hand’in their rai'road to Bagdad in
decorative medium—ITS FIRST PURPOSE, nevertheless, IS PRESERVATION
left a tine boy. Both boy and mother Asia; ami Austria to have Serbia and
Terrors of Aviation
are doing well and Elmer Is as proud as inogtof Rotimania, whil** Italy is to get
Eager Lady — “But what if your
a boy with a now top.
Dnlniatiw across the Adriatic Sea and
engine stops in the air—what happens?
Unless properly painted the wooden parts of a building soon absorb moisture and
Mr. arm Mrs. Lusted, of I-ents spent the Trentini) at the foot of the Alps,
Can’t you get down?”
swell. The joints open and disintegration is rapid. The metal roof, gutters and rail
thejevening at the home of F. M. Peters now held by Austria, while France was
Aviator That’s just what ’appens,
to have Alsace and Lorraine and South
mum. There’s two Germans up over in
ings rust and in a remarkably short time are past repair. Painting as a preservative
F rance now with their engines stopped.
W. 8. Banders, the butcher fell and E*o*t France now held by Germany ; ami
against the elements is abso lutely necessary.
Tliey can’t get down; 90 they’re starving
painfully injured his foot and ankle on Belgium to be restored, and England to
Monday night which necessitated his have a free band in Africa with her
The large iron dome of the United States Capitol shows the need of painting
going to the hospital and having it put Ca|H* to Cairo railroad. The United
every three years. If this had not been done the structure would have long since been
in a plaster cast for a time.
All wish States was to I m * taken care of in some
As Our Wives See Us
for Ids speedy recovery. Elmer Woods other way.
past repair. The same deterioration is probably progressing to greater or less extent
Hub — “One night while you were
The um* ofJpoiMinoaa gas byjthc (iermans
Is attending to his work in the ■hop
away I heard a burglar. You should
on your property today.,
<!< m * s not gain them any decision while
while lie is laid np.
have seen me going downstairs three
it maki**« them the enemies of all man
steps at a time.”
kind and gives them eternal infamy and
Wife (who knows him) —“Where was
years with paint. It was found necessary, as the stone was rapidly disintegrating,
he, on the roof?”
Mr. Bush of Lenox, is having bin universal horror. For stupidity, stub-
bornesa, as well as brutality, the cen
Cement structures absorb moisture and in damp weather present a blotched appear-
house tinted by E. D. liurrlu.
tral powers an* thejlimit.
Mrs. Born, of Portland is visiting the
ance, the surface beeoming dark. If painted, the cement becomes moisture proof and
Dr. Watts Botkins, the oldest son of
(“So important is the effect of environ
Hiuieliaiighs this week.
Dr. Botkins here, lias joined the medi
the structure remains clean and attractive.
ment upon mental and bodily health
Mr. Cal Bateman of Mt. Talxir visited cal Department and is waiting orders.
that we shall not be surprised to hear of
his sisters-in-law, Mrs. C. II. and Thus. He lias been living—the past year—on
There are many frame dwellings on the New England coast built over two hund
physicians prescribing proper furniture
Bateman Tuesday of this week.
his ranch near Sandy.
red years ago now in a perfect state of preservation, as a result of the occasional appli
house decoration as aids to diges
It grinds many employers that they
Mr. l-ennox, who has lieeti ill is now
tion and disposition.’’)
cation of paint.
re|>orted out of danger. His daughter are eom|s*lled to pay higher wages not
Do you wish to lead a healthy, happy
says a good indication he is lietter is withstanding high cost ot living. Keep
that he is “cranky” now. He was out
Be particular what furnishings you
protection by fire insurance, in fact more so, for the reason that money spent for fire in
ing rotten wages and grinding tbe face
to the barn Tuesday.
All are waiting for Spring—Nothing of the poor.
surance premiums represents an expenditure to protect against a POSSIBLE loss,
there isn’t any question
whereas failure to make the proper expenditure for paint protection means failure to
Decorations affect digestion
Gills have a brand new heifer calf
The soldier threaded his weary
And have much to do with biliousness
protect against CERTAIN loss.
just arrived on the scene.
back to the Colonel's dugout. He
Mr. ami Mrs. W. Davis* new baby is lx*en in half a dozen skirmishes with the
Professor H. H. King of the State Agricultural College of Kansas, in a letter
Dainty Chintzes are capital for colds,
not getting along very well.
enemy within as many weeks. He was
And Stripes are specific for a sprain
E. M. Calkins’ son Wesley is improv still intact but scratched and wearied
The arrangement of your rugs
May either drive you “bugs,’’
in and out of shell craters.
Rubber Paint wears longer, looks better and costs less.
Or relieve a case of water on the brain.
Grass cloth is warranted for hives,
with click of tieel ami hand to cap.
Hoist up our flag, let it float in the air,
“Colonel,” he said, “I think I will
And Oatmeals for curvature of the
Our emblem of freedom ami home.
have to quit, The battles art* getting
How it tlirilla us with courage for |H*ace
If your stomach is upset
to Is* so many, It’s rather too much of
or in war,
A few cans of our special wagon and implement paint will add years to the life of your
There’s nothing you can get
a good thing, 1 have given aliout all I
With assurance for ages to come.
farm implements. A little paint applied yearly will keep your farm machinery off the
To steady it like an all-over design.
can of time and strength ami blood to
‘Neath its folds ax it floats is the old thia war. 1 am going home.”
Decorative therapeutics are the thing.
G. A. R.
No; the incident didn’t happen. But
If you’re feeling kind of indigo or blue.
And the southern men stand just as true, why shouldn't it? Then* are lota of
Don’t take dope to cure you.
For we are united for home work or civilians hen* at home turning down
We can positively assure you
such appeals as the Red Cross and the
your home’s the thing to do!
THE SPRAY SULPHUR PERFECTED
Living under the red, white and blue. Liberty Loans Is'catise “the calls an* so
Soluble sulphur is spray sulphur with the water left out. A dry
“The Bottom of the Bin”
Her sons gone as soldiers will tight for many.”—Exchange.
powder, easily dissolved in hot or cold water. No freezing—no crys
Said the paper to the wall
tallization—no leakage—no loss. We have the lime-sulphur solution
No Reason To.
Heart and soul to the very last, man,
“I’ll stick to you.”
if you prefer. Call and get a spray bulletin, they are free.
“Are you conserving food in your
“Move on," said the wall,
Not halting, but marching thru darkness
Plan you? war garden now—today. We have the garden seeds
house, Mrs. Comeup?”
“You’ll be hanged if you do.”
that grow and if thb frost kills your plants we will give you new seed
“Don’t have to; nobody in it likes
Each doing the lx*st that he can.
at half price to replant. This is SERVICE, the kind we are pleased to render.
conserves.’ ’— Exchange.
A few rolls of wall paper, a little Kal
Yes. she is protection for each native
EVERYBODY LOVES A CHICKEN
a little can of varnish or paint
They wen* a very tired battalion and a
Its a patriotic duty to keep them at homo and off your own garden a" well as your neighbors. We carry
new room in the house you
Or the foreigner true to her folds.
very Cockney battalion and when they
chicken netting made from best steel wire, thoroughly galvanised. 2-incli hexagon mesh. 1.50-foot rolls.
were never in.
For each trusting hearthstone in city or ■poke to the members of the battalion
who had met them their speech was
She stands like a rock of pure gold.
rich with expletives. Said a sympathizer
Globe Trotter—"Of course, you went
Oh! could we ever with words pay the of the other battalion: “You look jolly
up the Nile?’’
tired, mate. ’Ave ye bin far?” The
The Bluff—“By Jove, yes! What a
Or with songs her bright glories extol). spokesman of the weary ones answered
view from the summit!”
But words cannot toll it, tho ages shortly and sweetly: “Bin fer. Why
we've walked over nearly the ’ole o’
Franoe, and wot we ain't walked over
Winning the war will be the ad
We all owe our lives to her call.
ministration's best test of strength.
—J. L. Johnson, Feb. 28, 1918. we've got in our sandbags.”
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Winner of the $10 will be Announced
PAINT AS A PRESERVATIVE
Paint your Wagons and your Implements
Soluble Sulphur Compound
Lents Hardware Co