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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 27, 1918)
Let the Depth of
Your Pocket Show
the Depth of Your
Many Are Lending
y< are at home tonight manv American
there” are out in the rain and mud dodging
from bomb and shrapnel.
While you are enjoying your evening cigar, soi
erican soldier may be smoking his last.
The boys in the trenches are risking their lives
and you are not even asked to risk your nx r
them. But you are expected to loan your mono
it at four per cent, compound interest, the high
the Government has ever paid.
Pledge y ourself to buy War Savings Stamps on or^Btur©
National War Savings I^ay
The more money you lend the Government th< ■ ebener
the war will end and the iess American blood will D^phed.
Thousands of our boys are going down into the trenches
today—clean-faced, determined, splendid young m«n—
going there to battle for you.
You can at least go down in your pockets for them?
lliink it over—be ready on
National War Savings Day
There’s an army. Ye*, a dozen armies—of stalwart, wind-
bronzed young men standing between you and the grizzly
Hun. These young fellows are giving their ease, their com
fort, their friends and homes, their bodies, the hope of life
—giving for you—for you.
You can at least lend your money for them?
patriotism with dollars.
National War Savings Comn idee
for the Winning of the War by*
National War Savings Oom mitte©
This space contributed for the Winning of the War by
FROM FIRLAND TO ANABEL
W. G. DEATSMAN CO.
KERN PARK MEAT MARKET
BERRY & SON’S GROCERY
DAILY’S GROCERY. 3909 70th
BERRY PICKERS WANTED
Twelve berry pickers wanted Prefer
families to camp for season on the
grounds. If for any reason any one can
not camp, I will call at Lents in the
morning at 10 each day; will,go out
and bring them back in the evening.
Expecting to start July 1st.
Phone Tabor 3376.
W. A. ULRICH.
C. A. NORWOOD
LAURELWOOD FILLING STA. w E ROBBINS. Real Estate
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given that the under,
signed ba* been duly appointed execu
trix for the estate of Susan C. Bryant-
deceased, by the County Court of the
State of Oregon for Multnomah County,
and has qualified a* such.
All persons having claims again*t the
said estate are hereby notified to pre
sent the same duly verified, together
with the proper vouchers therefor, to
the undersigned executrix at her resi
dence at 643V '»Sth street S.E, Lente, Ore
gon, within six months from (be date
of this notice.
Dated and first published June 20,
MAY MIE B. HOGUE,
Executrix of the Estate of
Susan C. Bryant, deceased
Bright <k Bryant, Attorneys for Estate.
Jn 20-Jy 18
Drain the syrup from a can of apri
cots and arrange the halves on a serv
ing dishes. Place on the top of each
half a marshmallow which has been
partly melted and top with another ap
ricot half; decorat- the plat» with leaves
or ferns and serve with small cakes.
An Echo from Yesterday
The syrup from the apricots should
only a few years ago that the
be heated, and when they are served it
should be poured over them. This federal commissioners of Washington
refused the application of a firm that
makes a delicious anil simple desert.
wished to run a motor del very wagon
How Time Flies
on the streets of the capitol on the
The firnt four cylinder car was brought ground that "it would frighten horse*
out in 19fJ0.
and thus endanger life and property. tt
B. D. Kenworthy & Company
Phone Tabor 5267
Phone Tabor 5895
5802-4 92nd Street S. E.
4615 66th St., Cor. Foster Rd.
First-Class Service given Day or Night.
Close Proximity to Cemeteries Enables us to hold Funerals
at a Minimum Expense
G. A. MORRISON LUMBER COMPANY
Specials On Doors This Week
A few doors with 2 upright panels and one flat panel on top
Regular price, $3.50. Special $2.00
Regular $1.75 Four panel doors.
We specialize in sash and doors, glass, paints, oil, finish lumber and wood
G. A. MORRISON LUMBER CO
Tremont Station, ML Scott car line
5848 Foater Road
FOSTER ROAD PHARMACY
6146 Foster Roa!
NEWSY ITEMS FROM
DOWN ÎHF LINE
ANABEL FEED & FUEL CO.
rrjw Foatvr Fid
O. A. SWANSON
East Hide Merch. Tailor, B.W8 Foster
J. HANNA, Groceries & Feed
W. H. GILLIS, Grocer
KERN PARK BAKERY
KERN PARK CABINET SHOP KERN PARK HARDWARE CO.
FRANK MUENSTER DAVIS GROCERY
582V Foster Road
IASHION AND PATRIOTISM IN DKfSS
64;W Foster Road.
U>R. M. B. CURRIE.
«1421, Foater R>*ad H. h.
Why Not Develop Mine*?
Motorcycles In Japan
The Japanvac government recently
Director Manning ol the Bureau of
Grace Margaret Gould, the fashion
purchased eight motorcycles wilh aid*»
editor of the Woman's Home Compan
'J.nrsi.iiilO tous annually of ores, most of cars of woven wicker (or use by tia* Tokio
ion, »ay* in th«' June i*sue:
which can !»• mined in this country. By |s«t office. These art* not the first motor
"Consult the conservation list, buy
On account of increased practice. Dr. silk atul cotton instead of woo), are to it quiek development of the minee, !«■- cycles that the Japanern’ have used,
V. B. Currie has taken F. L. Fennell that your suit adhere* to the approved tween 300,0*0 and 460.000 dead-weight however, but are additions to the al
ton* of shipping can Is* diverted into ready large number that nr» now in
into his office
slim silhouette to save material—and do sending troop* mid supplies to France.
service, replacing the old coolio drawn
The Kern Park Bakery ha* moved to these thing*, assured iti the fact that you
rickshaws that (or ng»* have ta<en Used
8615 Foster Road, ju-t a few doors from can be both patriotic and well dni»'«l.
The tir»-t l>a»acontil>rntai automobile for this purpose.
their old stand.
The terms are interchangeable. Fash run was true**' in 11**3 and took over
Dr M. B. Currie ha* returned from ionable clothes do their bit t<> serve their two months, fr in May 23 to July 2tk
Th«* l!<*rald I months for fto cents.
Brightenbuih. II t Spring*, where he country, too.
was on a ten-days vacation.
"I.atest of all style*, the pony coat ]
R. E. Olson, who has lieen on the . «uit, makes iia ap|»-arane»' in the (ap
sick list for Hom» time, is able to re proved silks an>l cottons, cut from a
i small amount ol material, and is a
sume hi* duties in the bake shop
Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Conn, of 64th I temptation, if we need one, to be patri
street, have returned from a short visit otic. It is a trick of fashion, this mak
ing con»ervation the summer mod». Tlie
with their son at Everett. Wash.
short jacket is a sane style for warm
Mr. 8. J. Powell of Kern Park, who
weather, silk and cottons sensible ma
has lieen sick for over three weeks at
terials, fashion sees her opportunity and
St. Vincents Hospital, is convalescent.
approves The timeline** ol it* entry,
Mrs. Fred Parson* and children of backed by patriotism, makes the popu
Beaver, Tillamook county, former resi larity of the pony suit an accomplished
dents of Arleta. are visiting friends fact."
Eliminates the drugery of ironing
—you iron from any electric
Mr an I Mrs. W. B. Hutcheson ol
Thornton, Wash., have purchased a
lamp-socket in the coolest room in the
home al 4824 Mtn street southeast Mr.
or on the veranda.
Hutcheson is employed at the Overland
No hot kitchen—fuel, soot, or
Harold Beil Wright story, is to be |
filmed in the Ozark Mountains.
IRON l.\ COOL COMl'OR'l
HOT POINT ELECTRIC
CELfBRIIlfS IN NLMIIOM
BUSINESS COWS HRS I
During th» delivery of an address Sen
ator Charles F. Townsend of Michigan
referred to the ease with which a busi
ness firm Hometimes may be weakened,
and told this story:
Two brother* once ran a store in a
small western town, when: they had
quite a large trade in wool on barter.
Evidently one of the brothers became
converted at a revival and it was not
long before lie was urging the other to
follow in his footstep*.
"You ought to join, Jake,” said the
converted one. "You don’t know how
helpful and comforting it is to Is- a
member of the church ”
" I know, Bill," admitted Jake,
thoughtfully, "an’ I would like to join,
but I don’t see how I can.”
"Why not?” persisted the first. "What
is to prevent you?”
"Well, it’s just thia way, Bill,” de
clared Jake, "there has got to lie some
body in the firm to weigh this here
Ethel Barrymore is to make a picture
of her success ul stage play, "I Our Mrs.
McChesney,” from the Edna Kerber
Mary Merch, who has been
many Paramount pictures, is to
leading woman lor Bill Farnnm
"Riders of the Purple Sage."
They say that Vera Stedman, Mack
Kennett girl, has the most perfect figure
in filrndom, Annette Kellerman not ex
cepted, Vera attributes her physical
perfection to s rimming and diving, at
which she is a champi.oio
The story of “M’liae” offers the most
unique opportunity Mary Pickford has
yet had to display her diversified tal
ents, her versatility and her charm of
characterization Thomas Meighan is
in the leading role opposite Miss Pick
ford in this Artcrait picture, which was
adapted from a story by Bret Harte.
Does your ironing in half the time
at half the cost and effort.
The Hotpoint Iron
is giving satisfactory service to over
THREE MILLION HOUSEWIVES
line yourself—certainly it will satisfy
The Hotpoint Iron is famed, for
its—Hotpoint (where most heat is
needed ) always cool handle—attach
ed stand—rest the wrist thumb rest.
Easily removable cord protecting
switch plug—highly polished nickel
Ask Us to Show You the
Body fat is stored-up energy, K«*p
your energy in circulation—not in stor
age. Eat plenty of potatoes. Use up the
energy they give you for your war
work and stay slender. Eat well, work
hard, be patriotic.
Write the United States Department
of Agriculture for new potato recipe*.
Lottie Pickford will be seen
the screen again in support of her
brother Jack in "Mil -a-Minute Ken-
dill,” hie latest Paramount picture.
Lottie has done little screen work for
some time past, having paid her atten
tion to home duties and looking after
Lents Hardware Co.
5923 92nd Street