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Mt. Scott Herald Trade-at-Home CONTEST
Throughout the advertising appearing in thia section letters purposely have been omitted, which, correctly
composed, will spell the name of one of the advertisers herein. Competition in this contest is open to all readers
of the Mt. Scott Herald, and those living in the Mt. Scott district have the Fame 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 opened 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.
SHEET METAL WORKS
Sheet metal work in all branch*.
Estimates furnished. Repairing of
all lines of tin, iron and copper.
Kern Park Sta.
6715 Foster Rd.
BUY AT HOME!
T-bone Steak ..........................25c
Sirloin Steak .......................... 23c
Pork Steak ...T...................... 25c
Round Steak, lb....................... 25c
Pot Roast of Beef, lb............ 17c
Prime Short RiJm Beef, lb H'/i*
Humburger, lb. ...................... 18c
Nc. 1. Burbank Potatoes,
$1 25 per sack
Tomatoes.......... . 2 can« for 25c
Maine Corn, per can .......... 20c
Dependable Coffee, lb. .........46c
Soap, per bar ........... ............. 5c
Peaches, per can .... .......... 20c
Canned Salmon........... 2 for 25c
F. Hathaway Grocery
6M3 82nd St. H. E.
Anta <43 IS
Staple aBd Faay Groceries
at prices that are right Gourte-
oua attention to your want*. WE
GIVE GREEN ITT AMPS
and ( ««»pools,
Kern Park Sta.
CRUM and CHAMBERS
THE BARGAIN STORE OF LENTS
7136 55th Ave.
Finest Groceries, Fresh and Cured
Meat». Poultry Feeds, etc. We
specialize on Olympic products and
Ilel Monte cann<-d goods. Deliver
ies anywhere. Phone or call.
We Will Deliver Any Order of $10 or Over
If It Cam«, Krai
5927 92nd Street
Millard Ave. Meat Mkt.
TUMBLE IN TO
J. A. CORNES and SON
Trumble’s Cash Market
J. A. TEENY
Freeh and Cured Mrats of Qualty
<606 Footer Road.
Fruita and Produce in Seaaon
6701 Foster Road
Phone Auto 619-45
At A riet Station
W.M. WOODHAM, Prop.
Builder*' Hardware, Carpenters’
Tools, Tinware, Graniteware, or
Anything in Harware. Paints and
Oils. 2624 67th St, S. E. Phone
I. G. PURDIN
STAPLE AND FANCY
UM Foot* Road
Opp. Ariola Theater
Cleeniag, Preaaiag, Dyelag and
Repairing. Give u» a trial.
JOHN R. LEACH, Ph. G.
Ml< Footer Rd.. 8. E. Portland. Or.
Brunswick or Columbia Phono-
graphs on easy payment*. Come
In and pick out your machine nnd
rot your term*.
14i urei wood Bakery
Kern Park Hardware Co.
I), and P. GROCERY
Blue Bird Cleaners
7131 55th Ave.
Only the choicest meats are sold
hen-, at prices that are right. Ev
erything except fish.
Phone or CalL
l'or yoir ueeda of Dry Good« and
I.et us serve you and
save you money and time.
KERN PARK BAKERY
6615 Fuller Road
Light Groceries and Strictly Home
made akery Goods.
THE YEAGER THEATRE
WE BAKE TWICE DAILY
<232 45th Arcane
6715 Footer Rd.
MILLAIll) AV. & 55th AV.
M. & R MARKET
5537 Foster Road
THE BEST MONEY
CAN BUY 1N
Archer Place Grocer. Fancy and
Staple Groceries. Cigars and Con-
fectionry, Fruita and Vegetables.
See Our Weekly Program on Local Page
5511 Foster Rd, bet 54th and 56th
Repairing, Washing, Polishing,
Olis, Greases, Gas
autos bought and sold. Crank cas
es cleaned and flushed. All work
I have several good buyer*. If
you want to Ml! your hour«, lota,
or acreage, call Auto 626-34 and 1
will call at one« and inspect same.
C II. Vaa Alien. 6415 Footer R.rnd
H. and M. UMSTEAD
5531 FOSTER ROAD
at Archer Place
A. D. Kenworthy and Co.
The I.ents Mercantile Co.
Fancy and Staple Groceries
CASH AND CARRY
First-class service given day or
nignt. Close proximity to Ceme
teries enable* us to hold funerals
at a minimum expense. Phone 618-
21. 6802-4 92nd St. Lente station.
G r or eric»«, Fresh Fruit, Vegetables,
Flour and Feed
Spccia attention given to phone
orders. Phone 615-34. 92nd St
C. G. SIMMONS
MT. SCOTT BAKERY
9139 Foster Rd, 1-ento. A. <10-47
'lite Largest 10-Cent Loaf la Mt
Finest pastry good* are
here for yo. Perfection. Quality,
J. H. Kramer Grocery
4802 92nd St S. E.
Th flnest fresh and cured meats,
groceries, hay and feed. We sell
for caah and save yon money. Cal]
or phone—we deliver.
▲XXL KILDAHL, Pro*.
S. S. ALLEN
GENERAL STORE AND MBAT
Price and Service the eat
6929 84th 8L S. E. Phane <16*14
A modern motor car service at a lion
8919 Foster Road; Phone 615-34
See our ad on page 2
Fossler’s Market and
9326 Foster Road
C. E. Tillman Company
Phone Automatic 1121, Lente Ex.
Real Batata—Money to Ix>an
9106 Woodstock Ave., Lents
ORDER SPRING SUITS NOW
llig Reductions on Ladies' and
C. B. NORBLA D
M14 Woodstock Av*. Aeta
B. F. MILLER
Plumbing Supplies and Fixture*
Everything That’s Good to Eat
5926 92nd St.
5907 72nd St, S. E.
Staple groceries and dry good*.
Hay, grain and feed. Bakery goods
WE DELIVER. PHONE or CALL
Tremont Meat Market
W. C. EGGIMAN
You'll like our meat* -you'll like
our service- -and will be pleased to
5999 72nd St.. 8. R.
5801 92nd St.
6010 92nd Street
We carry th* flnest in* of staple
and fancy groceries, cured meats,
fniits, vegetables. Also Hartsell's
Doughnuts—best in the city.
Get acquainted with us snd
you’ll always trade her*.
Reed’s Transfer Co.
9319 Foster Road
Ixical and long distance hauling.
Not the biggest trucks in town,
but th* biggest trucks for $2.00 per
hour. Coal. All kinds of building
Res, Phone Auto 615-25
Office Phone Auto 625-43
Live and let Uve prices
Quality, Service—Yours for Busi
ness—I. T. FOSSLER
9209 Foster Road
BUY YOUR GROCER-
IES WHERE YOUR
DOLLARS GET VALUE
Hay, Grain, Flour and Feed
of All Kinds
84th ST. 8. E.
7825 Foster Rd.
«'hone 610-20, Lenta
Tremont Plumbing Shop
A. C. NUTTER
Repair work a specialty; gas fit
ting. Estimating on any job, any
size. Right prices. Guaranteed
5827 72nd St.
G. A. Morrison Lbr. Co.
Tremont Station. Auto 610-55
Ewrything In the Builders’ Linn
COAT, and WOOD
Phone Your Order, Prompt Service
THAT WILL SATISFY
Home-made Pics and r**tries
6009 92nd St.
Under New Management
DETAILS OF CONTEST
_ The following is the offer the Mt
Scott Herald is making to further
the “Buy-at-Honie” movement, to
the mutual advantage of advertisers
and readers of this paper.
point is not understood, phone the
Contest Manager any day between the
hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m for desired
information, although we believe ev
erything essential has been covered
in these columns.
The t ote Coupons
The prizes—$280 in caah—will be
distributed to those who secure the
largest number of votes. In this is
sue is printed under the caption of
“Trade-at-Home Contest” the adver-
tisemente of merchants and business
num who have co-operated with the
Herald to make this Trade-at-Hoine
Contest a success.
The Herald has
furnished each advertiser with vote
coupons, which are given with cash
purchases as follows:
In all places cf business except
bakeries, resuu<-ante, picture shows
and drug stor e
50 VOTES ARE GIVEN Willi
EACH 50 CENT PURCHASE
In bakeries, restaurants and drug
50 VOTES ARE GIVEN WITH
EACH 25 CENT PURCHASE
A coupon good for 50 votes is is
sued with every ticket at the Arleta
and Lents picture shows.
THE WEEKLY CONTEST
In the advertisements appearing in
tho “Trade-at-Home” section letter*
will be purposely omitted and in or
der to win the $5.00 cash prise each
week contestants must read every ad,
find the missing letters and arrange
them to form the name of one of the
firms 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
Every contestant sending in a cor
rect answer each week will be cred
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
of their family. There is no red tape
connected with this contest; neatness
counts for nothing, and nothing
counts other than the correct answer
each week, together with the largest
number of votes for that particular
Five dollars each week or $180 tn
all, is paid to winners for 26 weeks.
THE FINAL PRIZES
One hundred and fifty dollars will
111 on* 625 23
DR. C. S. OGSBURY
DENT» S FRY
Office Phone 615-10
DR. P. J. O’DONNELL
Cor92nd and. Foster Road _ LTTK
DR. A. G. ATWOOD
Room* 4 and 6, Yott Bide.
9207 Foster Rend
HOWARD P. ARNEST
arroaxrr ar Law
Lents Office: 9133 Foster Read,
Auto 661-11; L 2112; 7 to » *. m.
Camp No. 11650, Modern Woodman
of America.. Meets every Ttrnnf and
fourth Wednesday of each month al
Woodmere Hall, 7630 60th Avm 8. ■>
F. B. VOLTS, Ctarh.
MT. SCOTT LODGE, L O. O. F.
Meet* every Tuesday evening at T:»0.
Frank Mirwald, Noble Grand.
W. E. Goggins, Rec. Bee-
P. O. Wilson
JC. C. IT'l-na
»LUKIN’S ALTO sKHVICB
All Work Guarauteed and Dome a*
Lowest Possible Prices
Your Sati.'(acliou..<Jar Adrerttaenmn*
5919 92ad St. 8. M
LAUER REALTY CO.
IU u AL i
<3*1 PHOfXRTI tad gABM*
S016 72nd 81ret*
T IB LAND STATION
KERN PARK REALTY
Writer Denounce* the "Life Imprison,
ment" Which Confinement In Zoo
logical Garden Meana
For good eats. We serve special
dinners, short orders. Best meats
served. Special Sunday chicken
dinners. Give us a trial.
9123 Foster Rd., Opp. Postoffice
MAN’S CRUELTY TO ANIMALS
Friday, March 11—Justine John
stone in “Blackbirds.”
Saturday, March 12—“Idols of
Clay." with Mae Murray and
Sunday. March 13—“April Folly,”
a Cosmopolitan production by
the producers of “Humoresque.”
Monday-Tuesday, March 14-15—
"Twin Beds,” with .Mr. and Mrs.
Carter De Haven.
Wednesday, March 16—“Married
Life,” a 5-reel Mack Sennett
Thursday. March 17—The old fav
orite. .Mary Pickford, in “Rebec
ca of Sunnybrook Farm.”
In addition, the usual comedies,
magazine films, teenies, etc.
Ninety-second Street and Carline
6515 FOSTER ROAD
be distributed among the five persons
who respeetievly stand highest in th*
number of votes secure«! during the
entire 26 week*.
Ite.oe First Prize.
$40.00 Second Prise.
$30 Third Prise.
$20.00 Fourth Prize.
$10.00 Fifth Prise.
All votes count for the Anal prizes.
It is not necessary to compete for the
weekly prize in ordertao be in on the
for anyone to win both a weekly and
a final prise, as all vote* turned in
in the weekly conteata count alao for
the final prize*.
THE HERALD COUPON
On the “Trade-at-Home” page or
on some page each week will appear
a coupon good for 50 votes. Clip it
out and mail to the Contest Manager,
The Herald, Lente, giving your name
and address or that of anyone you
desire entered in thia contest
cost* you nothing to enter this eon-
teat and by trading with the business
I men herein you will secure the cou
pons that may win for you a very
handsome caah prize. Clip the cou-
i Ron now!
The price of The Herald for one
year is <1.50 in advance.
that all contestants who bring or send
in an order for the paper may be well
paid for their efforts, The Herald
will pay a cash commission for each
subscription of one year at $1.50, of
In addition to this eommission. The
Harald will credit 1000 extra votes
to contestant* who bring or send in
a subscription; 1000 votes for each.
And 2000 extra vote* to the con
testant who during the 26 week*
»ends in the greatest number of sub
It is an event worth the effort of
everyone. Clip the coupon in this is
sue, read the ads, solve the contest
problem, and mail your coupon and
1 answer to th* Contest Manager, Mt.
1 Scott Herald, Lente Station. There’s
no red tape. Ask the advertisers for
your coupons with your purchases.
All answer* to weekly contest*
must be in The Herald office not lat
er than Wednesday of the week fol
lowing. The winner of the $5.00 cash
I prize will be announced each Friday,
a* will also those who send in correct
Read the Trade-at-Home page and
enter the campaign now.
t:»7 fuaiia boau
CTTl PKOPEBTY A 8PEX3AD**
Farms and Acreage.
Loans. Rentals. Notary Public
“Purely as a matter of ethics, aboli
tion is the ultimate logic of all zoo Ption«- 210-43
logical gardens." Such Is the opinion
Lasts Ex. Aste. IM
of a writer tn the Nation of London. Be* 4823 Stand
Phon. Marshall 2AM
“Animals have committed no crimes
ML Scott Transfer Co.
against the community.” he says, "and
J. B. Miller, Prep.
therefore the community has no right
Piano and Furniture Moving
Baggage and Express
whatever to give them life sentence«
Daily Trips to ML Scott and Lenta
of Imprisonment.” A very few of the
Age. lor Kock Sprlsgs aad Blag Osai
larger animals, he admits, may affect Stand: First oral Taylor
human life injuriously, but they form
an Infinitesimal portion of the Inhabi For EXPRESS AND MOVING
tants of a zoological garden (in the
other hand. It Is argue«! that we never
I-ocal and I.ong Distance Baultag
thought of confining those animals be
of all kind*.
lieved to be the most Injurious, namely
Leave Orders at I’erfectton Coatae-
Insects—and therefore It Is plain that tionery, cor. »2nd and Footer Road.
“the punishment does not fit the
JOHN E. DEAIWORFT
Even If It were granted that animals
are happier in captivity than In their
MRS. A. STEINMAN
native wilds, this can only be meant
relatively, for though protected and
eared for. animals In captivity are de
Phones: 661-11; Local 1821
nied the primal joys of liberty and fit 6421 88th St, S. F... Portland, Oregea
ness to environment, among such Jobs What Every Woman Is Hunting for
being their power of exercising their “Spirella, the World’s Best Co«W
suppleness of body or strength of wing
In graceful movements, and not least Phones: Office 640-73.
DR. 0. BRIMMER
of all joys, the power of satisfying
their continual curiosity.
Much has been done for animals, and
much more might be done for the wild
birds. For the eagles, hawks, condors 9207 Foster Rd., cor. 92nd. LENTS
and vultures the writer feels that
nothing can be done. Fie quote« from
that great lover of birds, W. W. Hud
son, to whom the sight of any bird In
a cage, be It robin redbreast or bird
unknown to William Blake, literally
sets him In a rage. He has some
where described a sermon he heard on
See CitKSTsa A G so no a
genius. In which the preacher llkentM
the life of the ordinary person to that k
of the canary in Its cage. But of the
genius—"A cloud came over his (the
preacher's) majestic features, he drew
DR. AC. LUNDBERG
himself up and swayed his body from
side to side, and shook his black gown
and lifted his arms as a great bird
lifts its plumed homologues, and let
9207 Foster Road
them fall again two or three times, and
then said In deep measured tones
~ ■ r
which seemed to express rage and de
spair—’But did you ever see the eagle
In his eager ”
The brooding hopeless gaze of those
Horseshoeing & Gen. BldcksiMtNaa
stern eyes offers only one solution to
the aquiline problem, the keys of the
city of the air.
9327 Fostei Road
■very Man to Hl* Trade.
A devoted couple, married a short
time ago, took up their abode In a
dainty cottage In a suburban quarter.
Everything In the house was the lat
est and gave unmlxed satisfaction.
But one evening when the husband
returned be found, to hie disgust, that
a water pipe had burst The rooms
were flooded and the carpets, which
were the husband's special pride, were
In danger of being spoiled.
“Well, well,” said he Impatiently to
hls wife, “why on earth didn’t you
hammer the pipe up I Here, give me
a hammer and HF do it In a twink
He got the hammer and pounded
away at a pipe down in the cellar.
When he had finished he paused to
examine the result of hls labor. Then,
to hls complete chagrin, he heard the
sweetly ehldlng voice of hie wife at
the top of the stairs.
“Howard I” said she. "the gas has
gone out, and the water Is still run
Then he sent for a plumber.—An
Isict PridMtiM h 4 tale lh^a<
Studio: 3804 66th St
or at Student’s rosideneo
Contractor» and Builder»
Tvest?-see Years Experiaoe*
17 year* In Portland
Res. 6017 89th and 6101 »th 8. I.
! EHRLICHE BERNHARDT
LADIES’ and CENTS’
E Stylet «nd Fabric» Always th* Itami
9134 Foster Road
Next door to Poetoffleo
= Phone 623-45