Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923, February 11, 1921, Image 3

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    Mt. Scott HeraldTrade-at-Home CONTEST
Throughout the advertising ap|x»aring in this section letters purposely have been omitted, which, correctly
composed, will spell the name of one of the advertisers herein. Comjtetition in this contest is open to all readers
of the Mt Scott Herald, and those living in the Mt. Scott district have the same chance of winning one of these
cash prizes. Simply find the missing letters, to accomplish which you must read every ad in this section, and mail
or bring your answer to the Contest Manager of the Mt. Scott Herald. All answers will be placed in a box in the
office of the Herald and will be ojtened every Wednesday evening. The person who submits the correct answer,
together with the largest number of votes, will win first prize, $5.00 in cash and 500 extra votes. To all who sub­
mit a «correct answer 500 extra votes will be given, good in count for final prizes.
A
GRAY'S CROSSING
Prices Slaughtered
Buy at Home
(¡RAY’S CROSSING
MARKET
Everything Good to Eat
PHONE «1612
F. Hathaway Grocery
SOO3 82nd St. S. E.
Auto «12 35
Staple and Fancy Groceries
at prices that are right. Courte­
ous Attention to your wants WE
GIVE GREEN STAMPS.
HANSEN BROS.
SHEET METAL WORKS
Sheet meta work in all branches.
Estimates furnished. Repairing of
all linei of tin, iron and copia r,
kern Park Sta.
6715 Foster ltd.
J.
Canned Salmon.......... 2 for 25c
Round Steak, lb....................... tSe
Pot R« Ml of Beef, lb.......... 18c
Prime Short Ribo Beef, lb 121 ic
Hamburger, ..........................18c
Nc. 1 Burbank Potatoes,
............................. »125 per sack
Onions ................. »1.00 per sack
Navy Beans ....... 5c per lb.
Tomatoes............ 2 ran» for 25c
Maine Com, per can........... 20c
Dependable Coffee, lb............. 45c
Toilet Soup, per bar............... 5c
Apricot», Peaches, per can 20c
Ciirrey’« Pharmacy
II'» all right or your money hack.
4RLETA
J. A. TEENY
CRUM and CHAMBERS
71.16 55th Ave.
Auto 610-13
pineal Groceries, Fresh and Cured
Meat». Poultry Feed», etc. We
specialise on Olympic products and
llel Monte canned good». Deliver­
ies anywhere. Phone or call.
J. A. CORNES and SON
TEMBLE IN TO
GROCERIES
Fruita and Produce in Season
«701 Foster Road
Kern Park
Phone Auto 619-45
Trumble’s Cash Market
For yo ir needs of Dry Good, and
Notions.
let us serve you and
save you money and lime.
Fresh and Cured Meats of Quality
6606 Foster Road.
Auto 622-31
Blue Bird Cleaners
I
Aut» 625*10 Opp. Ariel» Theater
STAPLE AND FANCY
GROCERIES
Cleaning. I'reaaing. Dyeing and
Repairing. Give ua a trial.
660« Foster Rosd.
Auto 622'31
Laurclwood Bakery
Phoenix Pharmacy
KERN PARK BAKERY
Fresh Pastries
JOHN R. LEACH. Ph. G.
6616 Foster Rd., S. E. Portland. Or.
Brunswick or Columbia Phono­
graph * on caay payments. Come
in and pick out vour machine and
ret your terms.
66)5 Foater Road
Auto 628-12
Light Grncerie« and Strictly Home
Made Bakery Good«
HOT DINNERS
UNION
«212 15th tienne
WANTED-HOUSES
THE YEAGER THEATRE
I have several good buyer*. If
you want to »ell y>ur hour«, lot»,
or arrange. rail Auto 626 34 and I
will call ut once nnd inspect same.
C. II. Van Allen. 5415 Foster Road
Phone 626-14.
THE BEST MONEY
CAN BUY IN
PICTURES
Iraker Place Grocer. Fancy and
Staple Groceries. Cigars nnd Con­
fectionery, Fruits and Vegetable»
See Oar Weekly Program on Local Page
■>5II Foster Rd, bet. 51th and 56th
Repairing, Washing, Polishing,
Oils, Greases, Gas
Second-hand
autos bought and sold. Crank cas­
es cleaned and flushed. All work
guaranteed.
ARCHER GARAGE
X,
LENTS
LENTS
A. D. Kenworthy and Co.
The Lents Mercantile Co.
FUNER AL DIRECTORS
First-clnss service given day or
night. Cloze proximity to Ceme­
teries enables us to hold funerals
at a minimum exiH-nae. I*hone 618-
21. 5802-4 92nd St. Lents station.
Groceries, Fresh Fruit, Vegetables,
Flour and Feed
Special attention given to phone
LENTS
Cottage Restaurant
For good eats. We serve special
dinners, ahort orders. Best meats
served. Special Sunday chicken
dinners. Give us n trial.
WM. PARRISH
9123 Foater ltd.. Opp. I*«»«ioffice
5537 Foster Road
R. FRANKS
LENTS
5531 FOSTER ROAD
at Archer Place
Fancy and Staple Groceries
CASH AND CARRY
ARCHER PLACE
Ninety-second Street and Carline
H. und M. UMSTEAD
LENTS
ROSEMARY PARK
GROCERY
orders. Phone 615-34. 92nd St.
C. G. SIMMONS
MT. SCOTT BAKERY
LENTS GARAGE
9139 Foster Rd . Lents. A. 610-47
I he Largest 10-Cent laiaf In ML
Scott. Fineat pastry good» are
here for you. Perfection, Quality,
Without Adulteration.
ÀXEL K1LDARL, Prop.
A modern motor car service station
8919 Foster Road; Phone 615-34
See our ad on page 2
J. IL Kramer Grocery
4802 92nd St. S. F,
Auto «15'19
The finest fresh and cured meats,
groccric», hay and feed. Ws sell
for ra»h and save you money. Cal
or phone- we deliver.
Fosslcr’s Market and
Grocery
7825 Foster Rd.
S. S. ALLEN
Hay, Grain, Flour and Feed
of All Kinds
Auto 625-78
I
Reed’s Transfer Co.
9326 Foster Road
E. Tillman Company
Phone Automatic 1121. lents Ex.
JOHN MANZ
Real Batate—Money to Loan
9106 Woodstock Ave., Lents
Pioneer Merchant Tailor of Lent
Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing
Suits Made to Order
5801 92nd St.
Lenta, Oregon
84th ST. S. E.
WILLIAMSON BROS.
GENERAL STORE AND MEAT
MARKET
Price and Servier the Best.
6929 84th St. S. E. Phone 616'11
JOHN D
B. F. MILLER
YOUR GROCER
Plumbing Supplies and Fixtures
Estimates Furnished
Everythig That's Good to Eat
Phone «12-22
6610 92nd Street
WOODSTOCK AVENUE
We carry the finest line of staple
nnd fancy groceries, cured meats,
fruits, vegetables. Also Hartsell’s
Doughnuts—l>cst in the city.
Get acquainted with us and
you’ll alwavs trade here.
C. B. NORBLA D
8«14 Woodstock Ave. Auto «10-11
KATZKY BROS.
Department Store
Auto 618-34
I
TREMONT
BUY YOUR GROCER­
IES WHERE YOUR
DOLLARS GET VALUE
QUALITY, SERVICE
5926 92nd St.
Auto 612-27
9319 Foster Road
Auto 624-18
I-oral and long distance hauling.
Not the biggest trucks in town,
but the biggest trucks for $2.00 per
hour. Coal. All kinds of building
material.
Res. Phone Auto 615-25
Office Phone Auto 625-43
C.
Live and let live prices
Quality, Service—Yours for Busi­
ness—I. T. FOSSLER
9209 Foster Rosd
Auto «12-12
TREMONT GROCERY
Auto 610-41
5007 72nd St, S. E.
Staple groceries and dry goods.
Hay, grain and feed. Bakery goods
WE DELIVER. PHONE or CALL
Tremont Meat Market
W. C. EGGIMAN
You’ll like our meats—you’ll lik
our service- and will ho pleasod to
servo you.
5909 72nd SL. S. E.
Auto «10-41
Tremont Station
5907 Foster Rd, Myrtle Park Sta.
LAC REI.WOOI»
TREMONT
Phone 610-20, Lents
Tremont Plumbing Shop
A. C. NUTTER
Repair work a specialty; gas fit­
ting. Estimating on any job, any
size. Right prices. Guaranteed
work.
5827 72nd St.
Auto 613'33
HOME
COOKING
AT
Gilkey’s Restaurant
G. A. Morrison Lbr. Co.
Tremont Station. Auto^510-r>5
THAT WILL SATISFY’
Home-made Pies and Pastries
6009 92nd St.
Unts
Under New Management
Everything in the Builders’ Lino
OPAL and WOOD
Phone Your Older, Prompt Service
I
Res. 629-71
Phone 629-59.
E. R. BRADBURY
PLUMBING, GASFITTING AND
JOBBING
Portland, Ore.
Fl RI. AND
Firland Confectionery
Where You Wit for the Car’
WEATHERLY ICE CREAM
LENTS
Friday, Feb. 11--Country Store
Night—“Remodeling Her Hus-
hand”, with Dorothy Gish.
Sat Feb. 12—“The Copperhead,”
with Uonel Barrymore. An es­
pecially fitting picture. Comedy
Sunday, Feb. 13—“The Heart of a
Fool"; Mack Sennett Comedy,
“Great Scott”.
Mon, Toe»., Feb. 14-15—Annette
K< Herman in “What Women
lxjve’’—“Fighting Fate," 5th Ep
We<l , Feb. 16—‘The Master Stroke’
with Earl William«; Comedy
Thursday, Feb. 17—Enid Bennett
in “The False Road”; Episode
12, “Luth of the Rockies"
A
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C. A. NORWOOD
7134 55th Ave.
Auto 610-43
Only the choicest meats are sold
here, at prices that are right. Ev­
erything except fish
Phon* or Call.
We Deliver
6515 FOSTER ROAD
AIK HER PLACE
REPAIRING
Fancy Candies and Good Smokes
Arleta Theatre
WM. WOODII IM. Prop.
Builders' Hardware, Carpenter»*
Tools, Tinware, Graniteware, or
Anything In H.trduure, Pnintr and
Oil«. 2624 67th SL, S. F. Phone
Auto 628-21.
I. G. PURDIN
PROMPT SERVICE
BICYCLES
SUPPLIES.
Millard Ave. Meat Mkt
ARLETA
Kern Park Hardware Co.
1). and P. GROCERY
I
6337 Foster Road
COME T<i
KERN PARK
KERN PARK
At Arlrta Station
Fitting, Sewers
Repairing, Sup-
gladly furnished
6715 Foster Rd.
Smoked Wienies and Bologna,
not colored ..........
Die
THE BARGAIN STORE OF LENTS
We Will Deliver Any Order of $10 or Over
5927 92nd Street
Auto 613-10
GR AY'S ( ROSING
Looney
Plumbing,
and Cesspools,
plies. Estimates
Kern I’ark Sta.
Me & R MARKET
If It Comr« From —
MYRTLE PARK
KERN PARK
Low Price Shoe Repairing
High Quality Work Guaranteed
23 Years Experience
Bring your werk to me and be sat­
isfied. ANTON GRIMM, 6020 92nd
SL, next door to John D. grocery.
PERFECTION
CONFECTIONERY
9113 F«wter Rd., cor. 92d. Lents
Special Dinner Served Every Day
I.ight Lunches. All Hours
Confectionery, Light Groceries, Ci­
gars, Tobaccos
Economy Furniture Co.
L. A. Barker, Prop. Dealer in new
and used Furniture, Stoves, Rugs,
Carpets, Etc. Satisfaction guaran­
tee« i. Also crockery, tools, etc
6015 92d St.. Lenta
Auto 62i-3l
DETAILS OF CONTEST
The following is the offer the Mt.
bcott Herald is making to further
uie "Buy-at-Home” movement, to
the mutual advantage of advertisers
■ and readers of this paper.
If any
| point is not understood, phone the
Contest Manager any day between the
I hours of 12 and 1 p. m for desired
information, although we believe ev­
erything essential has been covered
in these columns.
The Vote Coupons
The prizes—$280 in cash—will be
| distributed to those who secure the
lai*gi«t number of votes. In thia is
sue is printed under the caption of
“Trade-at-Home Contest’’ the adver­
tisements ot merchants and business
I ni 'ii who have co-operated with the
Herald to make this Trade-at -Home
The Herald has
1 Contest a success.
; turuished each advertiser with vote
i coupons, which are given with cash
; puiit.ases aa follows:
In all plates < f business except
bakeries, resU’u ants, picture shows
and drug stor a
50 VOTES ARE GIVEN Willi
EACH 50 CENT PL RCHASE
in bakeries, restaurants and drug
stores—
50 VOTES ARE GIVEN WITH
EACH 25 CENT PURCHASE
A coupon good for 50 votes is ia-
sued with every ticket at the Arleta
I nod Lents picture shows.
THE WEEKLY CONTEST
la the advertisements appearing in
the “Trade-at-Home” section letters
¡will be purposely omitted and in or­
der to win the $5.00 cash prize each
week contestants must read every ad,
fmd the missing letters and arrange
them to form the name of one of the
tirms entitled to issue voting cou­
pons. The contestant each week who
! turns in the correct answer, together
with the largest number of votes,
will win the
$5.00 CASH AND 500 EXTRA
VOTES
Every contestant sending in a cor­
rie t answer each week will be cred­
ited with
500 VOTES
It will pay you to read the ads, as
the privilege is given everyone of
having the votes credited to them­
selves, their friends or any member
i of their family. There is no red tape
I connected with this contest; neatness
1 counts for nothing, and nothing
t-ounts other than the correct answer
I each week, together with the largest
| number of votes for that particular
i week.
Five dollars each week or $180 In
all, is paid to winners for 26 weeks.
THE FINAL PRIZES
One hundred and fifty dollars will
lie distributed among the five perrons
| who respectievly stand highest in the
| number of votes secured during th?
entire 26 weeks.
$’>0.00 First Prize.
$40.00 Second Prite.
$30 Third Prize.
$20.00 Fourth Prixe.
$10.00 Fifth Prise.
All votes rount for the final prise». PROFESSIONAL CARDS
It is not necessary to compete to.' the
weekly, prix-» in order to be in oo the
Yott Bldg.
for anyone to win both a weekly and Phone 625 23
a final prize, as all votes turned in
in the weekly contests count also for
DR. C. S. OOSBURY
the final prizes.
DENTISTRY
THE HERALD COUPON
On the "Trade-at-Home” page or Lents Station
Portland, Oregon
on K.mr page each week will appear
a coupon good for 50 votes. Clip it Office: Tabor 3214
Ree. Tabor: 5224
out and mail to the Contest Manager,
The Herald, Ijmt», giving your name
DR. P. J. O’DONNELL
and addresa or that of anyone you
desire entered in this contest.
It
EXODONTIA
coets you nothing to enter this con­ Office Phono «15-10
R m . «18-1«
test and by trading with the business Cor. 92nd and Foster Ror.d
_ LENTS
men herein you will secure the cou­
pon» that may win for you a very
handsome cash prize. Clip the cou­
DR. A. O. ATWOOD
pon now!
DENTIST
CASH COMMISSIONS
The price of The Herald for one
Rooms 4 and 5, Yott Bldg.
year is $1.50 in advance.
In order Phone 620-20
9207 Foster Road
that ail contestants who bring or send
in an order for the paper may be well
HOWARD P. ARNEST
paid for tneir efforts, The Herald
arroaxBY ar law
will puy a cash commission for each
Main 8308
subscription of one year at »1.50, of
' Suite 1210-1217
Yeoa Building
50 cents.
Portland. Oregon
In addition to this commission. The
Lents Office: 9133 Foster Road.
Herald will credit 1000 extra votes
to contestants who bring or send in Auto 661 11; L 2112; 7 to !> p. m.
a aulocription; 1000 votes for each.
Ml. SCOTT
And 2000 extra votes to the con­
testant who during the 26 week» j Camp No. 11650, Modern Moodman
sends in the greatest number of sub­ if America.. Meets every second and
scriptions.
It is an event worth the effort of i fourth Wednesday of each month at
everyone. Clip the coupon in this is­ 1 Woodmere Hall, 7630 60th Ave. S. E.
>. IL VOL IS, Clerk.
sue, read the ads,.solve the content
problem, and mail your coupon and
MT. SCOTT 1A11H.E, L <>. O. F.
answer to the Contest Manager, Mt.
Scott Herald, Lents Station. There’s | Meets every Tuesday evening at 7: SO.
tape. Ask the advertisers for
Frank Mirwald. Noble Grand.
your coupons with your purchases.
W. E. Goggins, Rec. Sec.
All answers to weekly contests
must be in The Herald office not lat­
Visitors Welcome.
er than Wednesday ot the week fol­
lowing. The winner of the $5.00 cash 1’. G. Wilson
K. C. Wilson
prize will be announced each Friday,
W11AONS ALTO S EK VICK
as will also those who send in correct
1 AU Work Cuurauteed and Dune at
solutions.
Read the Trade-at-Home page and
LowroC Possible Price»
enter the campaign now.
tulir Satisfaction—Our Ad«< rtiseincnt
One writer say» it is the mother in­
stinct that causes childless women to
lavish their love upon the little wet-
nosed poodles. Xe are sorry for the
childless women and also for the little
wet nosed poodles. says Houston Post.
It would mean rnorii for these pnthetlc
little canines If they could get out and
be real dogs, romping around, sniffing
every fence railing and telephone
pole, chasing cats, barking at the moon
and consorting with other members of
l heir Interesting species.
i'hone «14-45
5919 92nd SL S. E.
LOANS
1OCNT ALS
LAUER REALTY CO.
KEAL ESTAT».
CITY PBOPKKTY and FA BAI 3
Phone 624-34
Ù01S 72nd Strwt
TIB LAUD STATION
ARLETA STUDIO
6434 Foster itoa.1
I W» photograph anything, »nywhor». »ay
Your hoiue, your family,
your baby.
kU>l»rseme»t» and Copying
Opea from # a. m. to # p. m.
Sunday» » a. m. to 8 p. m.______ _
B m 7 4K3 POth SL
I-anli Kx. Anto. 1S22
Staud I'bone Marshall 2fXK!
Ume.
SI MMONS FOR PUBLICATION IN
FORECLOSURE OF TAX LIEN
In the Circuit Court of the State of ,
Oregon for Multnomah County.
ML Scott Transfer Co.
J. ». MIUcr. Prop.
No. F741
Piano and Furniture Moving
W. E. Brazleton, Plaintiff,
Baggage
and Express
vs.
Trips to .Mt. Scott and Iamts
Babette Wahlgemuth, and any and all Daily
AgL for Kock Springs and. King Coal
other persons, if any, interested in stand: Hrat ai»l Taylor
Portland
the land«- hereinafter described, de­
fendants.
To Babette Wahlgemuth, the above For EXPRESS AND MOVING
Phone 611 44
named defendant:
Ixtoal and Dong Distance Hauling
In the name of the State of Ore­
ot all kinds.
gon: You are hereby notified that W.
Leave Order» at Perfection Confec­
E. Brazleton, the holder of Certificate
of Delinquency numbered 17841, is­ tionery, cor. 92nd and Foster Road.
JOHN E. DEAIIDORFF
sued on the 6th day of April, 1920.
by the Tax Collector of the County
Peter L»r»»n_____________ B- Winter»
of Multnomah. State of Oregon, for
the amount of Two and 97-100ths
MRS. A. STEINMAN
($2.97) Dollars, the same being the
SPIRELLA CORSETIERE
amount then due and delinquent for |
'.axes for the year 1918, together with i
Phones: 661-11; Local 1821
jiena'ty. interest and costs thereon 1 6421 88th St, S. E., Portland, Oregon
upon the real property assessed to What Every Woman Is Hunting for
\ou, of which you are the owner as "Spirella, t he World's Best Corset ’
appears of record, situated in said
County and State, and particularly Phones: Office 640-73.
Res. 6-13-56
bounded and described as follows, to-
DR. 0. BRIMMER
wit:
DRUG LESS PHYSICIAN
The South (40) feet of the North
Manual Manipulation
one hundred and sixty two and 84- I
Magnetic Therapeutic«
lOOths (162.84) feet of the West one ,
hundred fourteen and 2-10ths (114.2) 9207 Foster Rd., cor. 92nd. LENTS
eet, of Block “F" in School Park Ad- !
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i
dition. within the corporate limits of
PRACTICAL
HAIRCUTS
the City of Portland, in Multnomah '
County, State of Oregon.
|
VELVET SHAVES
You are further notified that said j
W. E. Brazleton has paid taxes on ,
CHILDREN BARBERINO
said premises for prior or subsequent
A SPECIALTY
years with the rate of interest on I
See CitKsrxK A Gaoaak
said amounts as follows:
1914 tax, paid April 9, 1920, $4.14.
12 per cent, certificate of redemption ,
No. 880.
FRANK BABNIK
1916 tax, paid April 9, 1920, tax re- i
ceipt number 31855, $2.95, 12 per cent .
REPAIRS
delinquent.
Bicycles,
Baby
Buggy Tires, Umbrella
1917 tax, paid April 9. 1920, tax re- I
Carts, Eetc.
ceipt number 31856, $2 44, 12 per cent,
delinquent.
Solders Cooking Utinsela
1919 tax (first half, paid Apri! 9,
1920; tax receipt number 81026, $1.31, ■ 9124 Foster Rd. Next to Postoffice
12 per cent.
1919 tax (second half, paid January
13, 1921, tax receipt number 210785, .
I $1.40, 12 per cent.
Said Babette Wahlgemuth, as the
owner of the legal title of the above 1
described property as the same ap­
pears of record, and each of the oth­
er persons above named arc hereby
further notified that W. E. Braselton
will apply to the Circuit Court of the
County and State aforesaid for a de­
cree foreclosing the lien against the ,
property above described and men-
‘ioned in raid certificate.
And you
ire hereby summoned to appear with­
in sixty days after the first publics- ■
tion of the summons exclusive of the
«lav of said first publication, and de­
fend this action or pay the amount
due as above shown together with |
costs and accrued interest and incase
of your failure to do so, a decree will
he rendered foreclosing the lien of
said taxes and costa against the land
and premises above named.
This summons is published by order
of the Honorable John P. Kavanaugh,
presiding Judge of the Circuit Cuort
of the State of Oregon, for the Coun­
ty of Multnomah, and said order was
made and dated this 25th day of Jan­ liIlli Illillllllllllitilllliflllllllllllllllllllllll
uary, 1921, and the date of the first
publication of this summons is the
l’8th day ot January, 1921.
All process and papers in this pro­
LADIES’ and GENTS'
ceeding may be served upon the wn-
TAILORS
• lersigned residing within the Slate
of Oregon, at the address hereafter
Stylr» aad Febrks Always Ike l.atcni
mentioned.
9134 Foster Road
H. P. ARNERT,
Next door to Poetoffice
Attorney for the Plaintiff.
Phone «23'45
LENTS
Address, No. 9133 Foster Road,
Portland, Oregon.
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