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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 21, 1918)
PRISON TERM FOR
TRADING WITH HUN
WALNUT 18 WANTED.
There was a Huie whoa the walnut
tr«*e stood very high In p«ipulur favor.
In the lUid-VIctortaa period Its wood
whs eagerly «ought and widely util
laod. They tunde household furniture
out of It, and stair rails and dtxirs and
many other useful things, »ays Clevie
laud Plain Dealer. A walnut bedroom
»el was the pride of the housvwlfix
in the l ight Weight, Fir<-«i-d and
Skilled wood carvers conjure«! In black
from .Me to J/.UR. A »insll hit <
lion Sit t« in the nenrly all
walnut, and the cleverest Joiners >
Wool Ifarii enta at SPECIAL PRICES
matched and shaped It. Then cams a
revulsion In favor. Walnut was push
ed aside. It languished In attic and
In Heavy Cotton. pHrt Wool an<l nearly
In CO 7R
lu woodshed. It fell d victim to the i
all Wuol Garments, priced fmm
dliZ3 III OZt I v
rude handling of the Junkman. The I
treasured walnut bed gave way to m«^ t
hog any or maple, or brass or Iron. The
In Heavy Weight Cotton
trade In walnut lumber was wrecked
Now, by a strange twist of tiiue’s
In Wool Garments
steering gear, walnut conies to th«
The government wants
walnut. It wants a great deal of It.
2üt», 2ft»*, Ibr. :iUe, 40c
IV.y’s and <ill's lio-e
Women's H om * form
K- Il Pt
It want« It for gunstocks and ulrplune
2ÍM! to W
propellers. Walnut Is the Ideal wmaj
for the»« lui|H>rtant pur|Miaes. Even
Wr 5<>//c7l Your Pttfron/w
a «Ingle walnut tree Is welcomed by
the munition and atrplnne makers. V»
trlotlc wtMHinien are asked not to spare
that tree, if It hnppeUH to I m * a wui
5827 92nJ Slreel, Ntdr fosler Ktkid
nut. The men who sacrifices a tree
for government uses line the proud *«*S**«**S**********«***««**«*****************«*4*HÍ
satlNfnctlon of knowing he Is h -lplng
to complete a Hun destroying gun. or
to propel an equally destructive ulr-
Underwear and Hosiery
FOR FALL AND WINTER
MEN’S UNION SUITS
SltVtNS GAMI IHI’AKIMINI S10RE
LtNLS MfRCANTILt COMPANY
I LENTS ROLL OF HONOR
HAVE EVERYTHING FOR THE
Cranberries Celery Sweet Potatoes
Pickles Vegetables Canned Goods
Suzy Depsy, a Fremii uetrvss, who
has been sentenced to ten months In
prison for trailing with th*» enemy,
She Is the wife of Elililo Guilller, a
former druggist ami prize tiulit pro
motor. le ho was >rl'en is months Im-
prisonment and a tin«1 of 2,000 fraues
for trading with the enemy.
WE DON’T KEEP GROCERIES, WE SELL THEM
5605 92nd Slreri. S. t
Phone: Idbtx 1141
Ten Sons Called.
Ten sons In Unele Sam’s military
service Is the proud expectation of
Georg* M«irgnn of Laramie. Wyo. One
sou already is in France, nine more
are register:1«! under the new law, and
an eleventh bay is too young to regis
The father is a veteran of In
dlan wars nml a pensioner under the
Indian war bill.
HIGHEST QUALITY—LOWEST PRICES
Eggiman’s Aleat Market
5919 Ninety-second Street
JI. D. Kenworthv $ Company
BÄ AMR OftKf:
5802-4 92nd Srteet S. E.
4515 66th SI.. Cor. Foster Rd.
Phont Tabor 5267
Phone Tabor 5895
First-Class Service given Day or Night.
Close Proximity to Cemeteries Enables us to hold Funerals
at a Minimum Expense
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The German people may he ca iiy
deceived liy offleial inisreprese ntions,
but the dullest among that might per
tinently ask why. after glorious vic
tories, the authorities should hold out
as subj«*ct of rejoicing retreats unem
barrassed by the enemy. Glorious vic
tori«1« which end in retrofits, with the
jssir consolation of such retreats be
ing unobstructed, will flin! it hard
work to make tbetnselves popular with
such dubious glory as their only tangi
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Japan has something of th«1 western
spirit of enterprise, for it Is making
arrangements to attract tourists who,
after the war, are expected to shun
Germany and Austria and bring th«J
tide of prosperity attending them to
the East. The annual tour Is one of
the golden eggs the central powers on
going to miss after they have kill«-«!
the goose laying them by destroying
To Mr. ami Mrs. Elva William
McCoy, 1145 East Thirty-fourth No
vember 6. a son.
House for Sale.
WITH NEW FLOUR AND
FIVE PER CENT LESS
BRUGGER’S BAKERY IS TURNING
OUT A FINE LOAF OF BREAD
Four-room house and lot, 50x175,
near car, with household furniture.
chickens, etc. Going away and must
make quick sale. Favorable terms
to right party. Call on Mrs. Alice
Hamann. 40410 Fifty - sixth avenue
9112 Woodstock Avt*.
THE YOUTH’S COMPANION
is worth more to family life today
than « ver before. Toilay, th«>se who
Cuba Is to send a for«?e of 20,0(X) to
are responsible for the welfare of
the family realiz«1 th«- impcrativ* need
the war. Cuba has gained freedom
of worth-whil< reading an«l whit it
herself after yearn of oppwwlon, and
means to individual character, the
knows wlmt it ■ •
home life and th«- stat*-. Evi-rynhcre
So she has lin«?d herself up alongside
th«- waste and chaff, th«- wortlil« ss
her own liberator and friend to help
ami inferior, are going to the discard.
The Youth's Companion
fight the battles of world liberty.
FOR SALE- GRAVEL and RAND. R
Ibyting. Phone Tabor 3M3.
5tf first, last and continually for th« best
there is for ali ages. It has ch «rac-
Most of the movements of the Ger
Artistic Printing at the H« raid ollie. ter and create« like character, That
mans nowadays are "according to or
Phone«: Main 7b^4. D—«¡I. We”ll do is why. in these sifting tint«- the
ders." so the general staff announces tlm rest
family turns to its 52
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full of entertainment and stigg* tion
In Its bulletins. But it Is coming to
and information, and is never disap
be agreed that the Bulgarians di«l not
move according to orders.
It cost- <>nlv $2.1X1 a year to pro
vide your family with the nrj best
When the most wasteful nation In
reading matter published
quantity ami quality as well as in va
the world l«*nms to save |«ea«*h SfoilP«*
nity I he \ oul II'- < oiiipanion < \c« ls.
mid nutshells, it's a sign that
Don’t mi - Gra«« l'i< I iiiioik I' s r< at
tiling important has linpj^m-d U»
«rial. Ann« Exeter, 10 chapter be
ginning December 12.
'I he following p« «i;«l offer i* made
to new subscribers ;
Traffic Fines for Babies.
1. Ih< South’s ( oinpani«gi—52 is-
Traffic Offi<-cr Bonder waves n milk
•I«-, of 1919.
brittle at om-oming truffle nt a busy
2. All the ren .lining weekly issues
«rrrner of Portland, Ore.
.1. The Companion Home Cal. ndar
Impromptu c«iurt over transgressors
of the rules nml the bottle receives
All tlw above lor only $2.(Xl, or you
the fines. When the offending motor
ists see the hottie they smile. Bend
4. Met alls Ma:;..-/¡in
er smiles ami the crowd on the cor-
numbers, All for only $2 50. The two
The offender pulls out
magazines may lie sent to separate
his walli-t, drops a coin into the bottle
addresses if desired.
nml pusses on. On th«- tin lip of the
I HE YOUTH’S C OMPANION
bottle is printed something about the
I’. O. Box Ji>72
P orti ..! wn, ( irk
Commonwealth Av«-. Ki St. Paul St
stnrvlng babies In Franc» apd *»■
BOSTON, M ASS.
Telephone East (¡63
New subscriptions received at this
Wanted - Sale- Rent-Lost
GET YOU A BIBLE NOW
Chain Reference Bible
Sph-mlld la th«1 vision It rail«1«. Over
ami over again people have aaketl
theiuselv«« the question: What good
can «-oiiie out of thl« war «xunmensu-
rate with It» awful coatT Why doe«
G«sl permit thl« war? la another form
of the aan» queatlon. More and more
It Iwglns to appear that there tnny be
an answer to It. aaya Baltimore Sun.
If from thia war shall arise a new civ
ilization. In which strong nations shall
tn. longer be free to wrong weak na
tions, In which |H-«ip!e »hull chooae
their own rulers and their own forma
of government and shall not have
them Im posed upon by force. In which
there "«hull be a couimim stamfiird of
right nml privilege for all peoples and
nations,” anil the assertion of right
shall not be ’’hnphnzanl and by casual
alliance,’* but there shall be a "com
mon com’ert to oblige the observance
of comnxin rights.” If such a civiliza
tion I* founded upon this bloody st rug
gig then It will n«it have been fought
America Is fully able to say what
«hall be the peace terms without a»-
«Istance from Baron Burton.
mothers of this country are not giving
their sons to «lie upon the battlefield
mily thnt Germany uiny be given op
portunity to gather her resources and
recuperate her forces for another con
flict. The end of this war must be
th«1 end of Prussian militarism—the
end of the kaiser—and the end of the
nutoerncy which he has created In cen
tral Europe, says Houston Post. These
demands will tie the beginning of the
pence terms; and America will ll«t«*n
to no others until thes<> tie attained.
Our women war worker« are spend
ing their high wages on good cjoth«*»
The price of men's clothes has <1<>ut>l<<d
and the men are economizing, hut a
double price does n >t drive women to
economy, for their factory wages, on
the Baruch plan of equal pay for equal
work, are the cause of a. change In ad
vertising which mnk<*s Itself a report
of new conditions in woman's world.
Ami tb<- women will probably satisfy
their yi-nrnlng« until clothes are stand-
ardlz«1«! ami pro-rated. What states-
man will have the courage to declare
The lmperlnl vice chan«1ellor of Ger-
many suggests Hint Belgium might I mi
restored without conditions and with
out Indemnity. That will not be done.
Belgium will be restore«!, but condi
tions will be laid flown by the amt's
ami Germany will pay an Indemnity
which will cover the material datnng«*
done thnt country ravaged without the
slightest license of International law.
There will be conditions and Indemni
ties, the Hun may tie assured -more
than he desires.
A noted German military critic talks
about "further developments which
would cans«1 the ultimate aims of th«1
entent«1 powers to retire Into crepus
This ought Im
measurably reassure the German mass-
es by Its learned length of thundering
sound thus volleyed against the enemy
in «in artillery fire of verlio It.v.
Germany loaned Turkey four Bir
planes ami ths British have captured
An airplane, we take It,
was about as useful to a Turk as u
«Tke of s«inp would be.
In short, an excellent opportunity
now offers for former Sunday Joy
riders to go to chnrch ami see how It
feels to lie good.
town of ¥ pres has suffered ter-
«■specbilly from the tongMes of
who attempt to pronoun»«* llu
B Is a «)iiestl«in whether Belgians or
Serbian« are getting most enjoyment
out of the recent turn nt events.«
Chuma« Keith Ander«»»
Dr. R M Denney*
Anderson, Clareuea N
llruzelteu, Wui. 1!.
Bley thing, Wallace
Hosier, C. R
Carlson, Dave A.
Childs, A. E.
Churchill, J. E.
Clou, E L.
Olson, Os.-ar E.
O’Donnell, P. J.
Elli«, Chat. N.
Fish, Clift ord
Flier, George H.
Gardner, Ar< hie
G«*1 thing, Sargent
«¡rilil.le, A. T.
Grischow, Roy C.
Ifriney, Guy T
Haney, Homer M.
Hartwig, fairen E.
Hall, Ted .
Iladdi'ii, t laud«
IL lman, Bmil
lleytiug, J. F,
Hill, Wiu. II.
Iliiz.1 «I« gcr, A.
H iiw «, Goo
Hurst, L. E.
Johnson, W m.
K«-rr, Albert M.
Realer, <h II.
Kieki-Iiapp, E«lwsr«l (1.
King, Wm. O.
Klingle, Copt. C. C.
Koller, Wm. A.
Knight, R. K., Jr.
la*e, ill« Il
Lock«*, \ <*rnari| M.
Liden, J. C
McCarthy, F. J.
McGnrgill, .1 rime«
Mayo, Mark R.
Meng, E«l A.
Miimmny, I«. C.
«Nickel, F. E.
Plitzknow, Carl W.
I ills, ('has.
Peterson, II. A,
Porter, J nines
Purcell, Gs- ar
Rider, Floyd V.
Rife, Wilbur E.
Robbins, Archie E.
Himniuu», George L.
Htrack, Philip A.
Nlaughter, II. W.
Ron th, Edward
Smith, Floyd D.
Smith liny E.
Smith, J ns.
Smit h, it. E.
Smoke, Wm. R.
Spaulding, W. 11.
Storn-, L. E.
Strange, It. N.
Tillman, Merle (.’.
Toon, Iwstcr E.
Trulli tiger, Ray M.
V. -,i< iitine, Cortes
W. -lib, Emory
Wheeler, I twain
Whitmore, Hurley W.
Williams, Grover M.
Woody, 'I ho». E.
Yai-h, <!. H.
Choosing Iler Autumn Gown