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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 1, 1918)
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WHY NOT GET THAT
Start in right now tn enjoy the World's Beet Music with a
GRAFONALA in Your Home you can hear at will the
kind of music you like best Dance Music, Band Pieces, or
Popuplar and Patriotic Songs
GRAFONALAS are Priced from $20.00 to $150.00
A $75.00 or $55.00 Machine can be Bought at
$5.00 down and a Small Monthly Payment . . .
MT. SCOTT DRUG CO
92nd Street, Near Carline
Free S. <S H. Orten Stamps with Cash Sales
After furnishing the people of lx»ni<
and »iirniumitiigs more than a week of
frolic and fun. Bmetwr'a Big United
Shows “folded their tenia, like tiie
Arabs.” and moved down to Arteta this
tnoruing. when" the big merry go-round
will float, bgaide Old Glory, the large
Se.vice flag bearing its six blue stars,
which silently proclaim that the Bou
cher people are contributing their share
to helping Uncle Sam win the war.
The Ferris wheel and “Mystic Palace”
have been very popular, and other at
tractions under the live tents have re < >
ceived their share of patronage.
The fact that Mrs. A. C. Boucher is < >
manager of this section of the big show
is somewhat of a novelty. Mrs Boucher
now ha« the happiness of having little
Miss Violet, her younger, daugnter with
her, but she will shortly return to San
Francisco to take up her school duties
as a pupil at Note Dame.
It would not be fair to neglect to
mention among the attractions W. F.
I ji arson, the genial advance agent, who
is an all-around show man and has done
his stunt in the ring. He now presides
at the ticket stand in front of the “Mys
NOILS FROM ARLFIA
ßiilif lliit'.s dk> SHOW
«(•»iS ON IO ARLE IA
Of the constantly increasing prices of all merctiandise, wt
are selling many lines at about the old price.
New Shoes ¿it Old Prices
Many numbers or shoes that we cannot duplicate on accoun
of the manufacturers dropping so many styles you will fine
nearly all sizes at practically the old price, and we guarantor
our prices in all lines that we carry at LfSS THAN DOWIIOWI MICE!
Our Large Stock of HOSIERY purchased more than
a year ago and with a recent chance purchase of a
few styles and sizes we were out of enables us to
quote you almost the old prices on
Women'», Children’s and Men's Hose.
We Solicit Your Patronage
STEVENS CASH DEPARTMENT STORE
5827 92nd Streel. Near Foster Road
Formerly the Emporium.
Al TRACTIVE FILMS
AI YFA6FR THEAltK
A war ex|wrt lea man who know>
little about the Russian situation a* fiat
do. and admits it.
Pa|ier thread is a !>enmark war suu-
People of Lent» and vicinity do «titute for use in binder twine.
not reed to go down »own for
The Y. M. C. A. has more than 390
amusement, a« the Yeager Theater
is showing film» of the belt type womeu canteen workers in Frano-.
and the story told is often of a
patriotic and uplifting character.
Notably such was “The «Kaiser, the
Beast of Berlin.” presented Friday
JERSEY BELL BUTTER
evening at considerable cost to Guy i
Robinson, the wide-awake manager
of the Yeager.
Democracy and patriotism are the
very essence of the play, and that
>92/ 92nd Street
the large audiences were 100 per
OBITUARY OF AUGUST C. KANNE cent American, “and then some.” was ' 8*43 Foster Rd., Myrtle Park Sta.
evidenced by the vigorous applause
August Kanne died in Portland July throughout the scenes.
Real Estate and Rentals
18, 1918, at the ag»- of 74. The imme
diate cause of his death was an accident
We often have exceptional bargain*
FOR ALL KINDS OF
The hill for th«- next week i« nn ex.
on the streets of Lent«, a week previ- ceptinnally good nr» Tomorrow (Fri
I ous, when he was thrown from a wagon day) evening Jesse I., fjlrkv nreaente
by a frightened hor«e. «uttering internal Newane Hayakaws in “The Call of the
August C. Kanne wm born in Konig-
Saturday Dorothy Dalton will !»• «een
l burg, New Mark, Prussia Germany, j in "Love Me,” a Paramount Star Aim.
[ May 3, 3844. He came to America in
•Ian the latest War Weekly.
the fall 1857, and located in Waterville,
Sunday Douglas Fairhank« will l>e the
A. S. PEARCE, The Tinsmith
LeSueur County, Minn. In 1805 he wa« attraction in ‘‘The Modern Musketeer,”
married to Miss Wilhelmine Rosenau with a two reel Max Sennett comedy
Foster Road. Opp. P. O.
I They moved to Milwauk, Ote., in ixxx.
We.ln.wlay and Thursday ‘ The Man
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Without a Country,’ will stir the pat- '
Mr. Kanne’s death.
riotic apirit of those who witness thia I
A widow, ten children and twenty great war drama.
grandchildren survive him. Mrs. Kanne
MANY people Who take alarm
and daughter Lena live on Ninth ave
at the flrat «ymptom« of other
nue, Lents. A daughter, Mrs Hilda
physical ailments, and hurry off to
Stratton, also lives here, ami another
Ute doctor or dentist, fail to give we-
daughter, Mrs. Augusta E. Zinner, and
ond thought to die warning of dis
son, J. W. Kann«-, reside on Mt. Scott, FOR SALE-GRAVEL ami SAND. R
tress occasioned by defective eyr«ight.
just outside the city limits. Two sons,
Heyting Phone Talr.r jok ;
Tliia seems inexcusable in view of the
Walter and David, live about two miles
easy access to the servin-s of an rye
out on the Oregon City road, two son*
near Canby, and a daughter resides at FOUND—Purse on *2d and Power Val specialist.
ley, July ft. Owner can have same by
identifying and paying for ad.
York, Tal-or 5325.
You may have the mistaken idea
Pennsylvania Family Arrives.
that your wyes are a* strong and clear
J. E. Walters, of Pittsburgh, Pa.,
sighted as they used to be, but you
is one of the shipyard workers w-ho
will |>erha|>a be surprised as to the
has discovered the advantages of liv
extent to which properly fitted glair.-«
ing in Lents. He came to Portland
MKtflt, 92nd «tree will improve your viaion ami help
with his family a few months ago
to fill a position with the Columbia
DR. C. S. OÜSBURY
Steel Works, and came out to this
place to live within the past few
EXTRA CHOICE MEATS
The Sunday School rally held at Ar-
lets Baptist Church Tuesday evening
way well attended.
Your correspondent was invited to
dine with Mr and Mr«. Frank lloleman.
Tuesday, who are very sociable people
and good neighbor«.
Tnere is a walk being made front Fos
ter road to Forty-tiftli avenue, so a* to
reach the new Library without getting
in the mud. Team.« are not allowed to
; cross the walk but must keep in the
For A Home
R. C. WALTER
First-Class Sheet Metal Work
LENTS MERCANTILE COMPANY
HIGH GRADE STAPLE ANU FANCY GROCERIES
FRESH ERLIES ANU VEGETABLES
5805 92nd Street. 5. E. ;
Is the only Bakery in Lents that makes the
Dough with a Machine. Preparation from
the baker’s face does 'not run in to the
dough FOR SANITARY REASONS.
9112 Woodstock Ave
town Good Printing At The Herald Office
To Mr. and Mr». George A. Warth.
4711 58th S. E., July 19. a. son.
To Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. Renne,
4X23 66th S. E., July 18, a son.
To Mr. and Mrs. N. Shown, 5034
70th street S. E., July 17, a daughter.
To Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Taylor,
5002 61st avenue S.*E., July 22, a son.
Will Build Labor Temple.
The Portland Co-operative Labor
Temple Association has filed articles
of incorporation, the capital stock
being $50.000. -The incorporators are
O. R. Hartwig, Harry Anderson, E.
J. Stack, H. W Shaw and C. P.
The Optical Shop
l)R. GEO. B. PRATT
Rheumatism. Lumbago, Constipation
Nerve and Stomach Trouble*, Goitre and ail
Female Troubles cured
Dr. ELNA SORENSEN
326 Alder Street
Ortice -io* Panama Building
Residence 712» Eighty-fourth, 8. K.
Phone: TABOR 1W»
Lents Real Estate Co.
RALPH »TANZ, Prop
City and Country Property
LB NTS. OREOOS
TALK OVER TOWN
Card of Thanks.
at Chester’s Barber Shop
We wish to thank the many friends
with the electric clipper«
of our dear mother. Charlotte L.
Brown, who passed away July 24,
1918, for their acts of kindness and
flowers, and also the members of the
G. A. R. who greatly assisted. V
extend our hearty thanks to all.
MR. AND MRS. F. H. BROWN,
MR. AND MRS. O. HECKEL.
'.rj06 Foater Road
Dr. Wm. Rees
Office and Residence. MH K Sotti St.
Solicits your Property for
We have the Buyers, you
have the Property
COME AND SEE US
Williams Realty Co
8206 Woodstock Avenue