Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923, December 11, 1919, Image 2

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    mt. Scott herald
Published Every Fridaj at I-ent«
Station.
Portland, Oregon.
J. E. UPDIKE
C. W. SMITH
Proprietor
M ho « *er
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Eatarsd as a»con<l-claaa mail mat­
1814. at the post»
ter February 14.
office at Lanta. Oregon, under net of
Congress. March ». 18’».
Subscription price
Phon»«:
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11.00 a year
('« the other hand the whole
world likes berries In their dif-
ferent preserved and canned
\ pint or a quart jar.
forms.
tin or bottle of preserved fruit
or fruit juice can be shipped to
the ends of the world at a price
nv family can pay.
Thus 1»
ihe world supplied with u nee
< ssary, wholesome and much
ought after food product, the
demand for which will grow a.
consumer* find they can get it.
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Tabor 782«
he
Not Luck but Foresight
waiter
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New Neckwear in
Exrtraordinary
Patterns and
Colorings
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brought
the
purposely made to strike
instant fancy of the man who
is tired of wearing the same
'Id tiling lie got last spring.
soft
boiled eggs.
Boiled harder than a crock.
Can’t boil ’em softer. Bo»«.”
Published figures from Ent­
land show* that English jam
said;
manufacturers
and
cniincrie*
•They’re from a Plymouth
last season paid the following
Rock.”
prices per ton for berries:
Red raspberries. $421.
When inclined to cuss this
Black currants. $525.
■ountrv for your tough luck, sit
Red currants. $2’0.
down and think about moving to
Gooseberries, $230.
Europe.
Strawberries. $4»0.
Jack Rosenau has had a new
Some timid people fear that
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lent walk put in this week at
present activity in berry culture
is
property at 9888 59th ave-
in western Oregon and Wash
nue.
Ington is only temporary.
I" the Circuit Coart of th«* Rtata
of Oregon, for the Count v of Mult-
nomah Dcnartuwnt of Probate.
1«* »he matter of the Estate of H.
M. Whir. (iecrnHrd.
Notice ie hereby given that th"
undersigned has been duly appointed
ndminiiitnitor of the .'state of H. M.
Wing, deceased, by the Circuit Court
of the State of Oregon, for the Coun
tv of Multnomah, Department of
Probate, and has qualified All per­
sons having claims againut the «aid
estate are hereby notified ami re­
quired to present the name, duly
verified and with proper vouchers, to
the said administrator at hi« place
of bualneM, 8929 Foster Road. Lents
Station, Portland, Multnomah County,
Oregon, within «1» months from the
date of yie first publication hereof.
Dull' of first publication, Decern-
bar 5, 1919.
Date of last publication, January
2, 1920.
JAY F. WIN®,
Administrator.
H. P. Arnesi, Attorney.
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NECKWEAR
Made too, of heavy silk that
do n *t bring pin holes or wrink­
les out too prominently
after
cravat lias been Worn n few
times.
Goggins’ Shoe Store
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These persons should studj
Since Oregon went dry the ■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■«■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■a
conditions.
To b< gin with the tailors a*k you. when taking your
: No Matter How Much You Pay
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rest of the world cannot raise
icasurc for a suit, which you
berries as well as we can and
refer, pint or quart pockets.
You Cannot Do Better :
large parts of the world raise
Herald One Dollar a year.
none at all.
ANSWER H R LETTER
Its a pretty strong statement
thoroughly
investigate
DR. C. S. OOSBURY
DtiNTIIT ry
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I.KHTS, minuoM
R m . Tabor i 5224 ’
Ottos: Tabor 8814
DR. P. J. O’DONNELL
DENTIST
Ctor. t»2il ami Foster H<w»«t.
Leute, Orr.
DR. A. 0. ATWOOD
OENTIST
araci a l. ArrsHTioN n» ri-ATas
rimsa: tamoh <1421
< Itile«* l
V2o7 F.-U*r Road
KcaMrncr :
Portland Ore
«314 »2.1 Ht., 8. K
DR. KATHERINE S. MYERS
osmiPAtmc physician
Ottico, Msrahall 1276
1 h,,n‘* Residence, East »744
IVY M. KINNEY
WOODSAWING
PIANO INSTRUCTOR
GOODROW & RÓBINETT
Ph»M: Tskr
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Rr«. »228 «fad St.
Phone Tabor 664
LENTS
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6739 8Hh Street S. E.
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All we ask is that you
it.
59310» 92ml Hi met
Tabor 4764
Portland, Dragon
STOCK —Italian Hai.uau Hviuuau
NURSERY
pears,
peach,
prune,
apple,
etc.
Logan,
H. P. ARNEST
plums, cherries
rgslxirry, strawberry etc.
Use
Arrossar at law
MUTABY*rvm.l<'
>ur MONEY SAVING SYSTEM
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5l>4<H»INim*ly-Het*»nd,Htre«<l
MAI
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get
fresh
ORDER BY
I'hone: Tabor 2165
stock.
Send for planters list,
Lanta
Sta.
nc»r|csrliiie
P outland , O h
Carlton
29 years in business.
Carlton Orc.
Nursery Co.
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LENTS, OREGON
CAROS
PROFESSIONAL
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
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When You Want to Move
;
our
claims for the PAUL AI ”1’0-
Call Tabor 7707
MATIC WATER SYSTEMS
and the INI VERSAIA F A R M
tftTTYS TRANSFER]
LIGHTING PLANTS.
* and Express Auto Truck ;
J. H. Bradbury
CORD WOOD AND
COUNTRY SLAB
Yard on Foster Road
in front of Lents Library
Phone Tabor 7823
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No matter how Minali or how a a 5
RESIDENCE .
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big an equipment you may I ? 9436 Foster Rd. Lents, Ore. ;
Commercial printing
a
a
Ht
rnld office.
need you cannot get greater
«»nnnsmwMWHttM
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at
value for your money.
Remember, we
are
always
willling to figure with
on the cost of
At Lowest Prices
you
installing 3
water system or light plant
without any
obligation
vour part whatever.
Tabor 3429
8919 Foster Road
Portland, Oregon
LENTS GARAGE
AXEL KILOAHL, Proprietor
Our Cookies
arc a favorite with the grown­
ups as
Come In
They
as
well
have
the
kiddies.
the delicate
and crispness
flavor
appeal« to
that
the taste of all who like sweets,
Y ou should try them.
A
and see us the next time
you are in need of
Good Printing.
We are specialist in the
kii d of work that
pleases
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(Juility and Cleanlineaa are the twin mottoea
ot thia bakery at all timea.
Mt. Scott Bakery
Cor. 92d and Foster Road
J. ROSENAU, Proprietor
We Help You Lower the Cost of Living
Eggiman’s Meat Market
Lents Mercantile Co
FRESH ANI) SMOKED
MEATS AND FISH
Phone: Tabor 1141
5805 92nd St.
Vegetable« find Fruit«
Butter and Egg«
T
TRIAL
IS ALL
WE ASK
fl. D. Kenworfhv if Company
Phone Tabor 2573
5919 Ninety-second Street.
Tineral Directors
TWO ESTABLISHMENTS
Mt. Scott Herald
Phone: Tabor 7824
MAIN Off KI:
■UNUi Offici:
CORRECT TAILORING
5802-4 92id M m I S. E.
4615 6618 St., Cor. Foster M.
LENTS STATION
AULETA STATION
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. Winter goods are now
in beautiful, serviceable fabrics to choose from. Come in
and select your Winter suit now while the lines are com­
plete. Moderate prices, workmanship guaranteed.
Phon Tibor 5267
Pboii Tibor 5895
JOHN MANZ
First-Class Service given Day or Night
Close Proximity to Cemeteries Enables its to hold Funerals
at a Minimum Expense
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