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Mt. Scott Herald Trade-at-Home CONTEST
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composed, will siwll the name of one of the advertisers herein. Competition in this contest is open to all readers
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iThe Right Kind of Pure Food is
the Best of All Spring Tonics
U R Groceries are rich in nutriment, pure in
quality and reasonable in price. Eat correctly
of the proper variety of these foodstuffs and
you will not be bothered by that tired or distressed
EVERYTHING 6000 TO EAT
F. Hathaway Grocery
«00.1 «2nd Nt. 8. E.
Staplr and Fancy Grocer lea
at prices that am right. Courtn
oun attention to your wants WE
GIVE GREEN STAMPS.
Especially np|>n>printe for thia reason of the year am the foliowin«
articles of food that wr keep in stock and upon which we make very
Butter, per lb. .............. 25c
Tomaio««, per can ..........
Milk, per qt. .............................. We
Corn, two can for ...................... 25c
Eggs, per dosen
Peaches, per can ................ .. . 20c
Cottage Cheese, per lb........... 20c
Apricots, per can ........................ 20c
Pork Chops, per lb .....................30c
Flaks White Shortening, lb.. 15c
Pork Steak, per lb.......................25c
lettuce, per head... 5c and I'p
Pork Roast, per lb........... ......... 25c
New Sputi» ............... Market Price
per lb. ................... 25c
String Renna........... Market Price
New Cabbage......... Market Price
Me A R.
If It Comes From—
TUMBLE IN TO
J. A. CORNES and SON
Freeh and Cured Mcata of Quality
I), and I*. GROCERY
I. G. PURDIN
STAPLE AND FANCY
660« Foster Rnad.
JOHN R. LEACH. Ph. G.
6616 Foster Rd.. S. E. Portland. Or.
Brunswick or Columbia Phono
graph i on caay payments. Come
in and pick out your machine and
ret your terms.
5907 Foster Rd., Myrtle Park Sta.
LA U REL WOOD_________
•715 Foster Rd.
E. R. BRADBURY
PLUMBING, GASFTTTING AND
MILLARD AV. A 55th AV.
«337 Foster Road
CRUM and CHAMBERS
713« 55th Ave.
Finest Groceries, Fresh and Cured
Meats, Poultry Feeds, etc. We
specialize on Olympic products and
Del Monte canned goods. Deliver
ies anywhere. Phone or call.
6606 Foster Road.
C. A. NORWOOD
Fraila and Produce in Season
6701 Foster Road
Phone Auto 619-46
WM. WOODHAM. Prop.
Builders' Hardware, Carpenters’
Tools, Tinware, G ran Ito ware, or
Anything in Hard warn. Paints and
On» 2624 67th St., S. E. Phone
KERN PARK BAKERY
Thursday, May 19—Robt. War
wick in “The 14th Man”; F jj . No.
10, “Double Adventure.”
Kern Park Hardware Co.
6615 Foster Road
Made Bakery Goods
THE YEAGER THEATRE
6212 15th Avenue
Ninety-second Street and Carline
H. and M. UMSTEAD
5531 FOSTER ROAD
at Archer Place
Fancy and Staple Groceries
CASH AND CARRY
Compare theee price« tad Remember,
your money la retu >ded it the good«
‘■The Revenge of Tarzan”
One of the famous Tarzan series-each complete In itself.
See this wonderful film story.
ML Hood Ice Cream Par
lor and I.unch Room
MADE IN OREGON
BIG FEATURE PICTURE
C. G. SIMMONS
A. D. Kenworthy and Co.
914.1 Foster Rd., cor. 92d, I^nta
Special Dinner Served Every Day
Ught I.unchea, All Hours
Confectionery, Light Groceries, Cl-
First-class service given day or
night. Close proximity to Ceme
teries enables us to hid funerals
at a minimum expense. Phone 618-
21. 5802-4 92nd St. l^nts station.
MT. SCOTT BAKERY
Wednesday & Thursday, May 18-19
L. T. Lewis & Co.
7825 Fester Rd.
LENTS MERCANTILE CO.
5 Gal. css. per
FLOOR PAINT, .
5 Qal. caa, per
PIDC0CK 4 HAZEL
145 First St
Car venter and Builder
5805 92nd St Phone Auto 626-24
Groceries and General erchandisc
Furattare, Repairs. I pbolsteriat
t/vcXNo lkt Ltvt utters
Phone Tabor 767
l«07 Willow Av«.
S. S. ALLEN
DO YOU* OWN fLASTSntNC WITH A
l HAMMTK AND
9139 Foster Rd . Lents. A. 610-47
Freeh Bread Daily, 2 for 15c
A modern motor car service station
ay. Grain. Flour and Feed
Also Cakeo, Pies and Other Good
Things to Eat
8919 Foster Road; Phone 615-34
See our ad on page 2
of AU Kinds
932« Footer Rood
Th« smooth sheet plaster that can not
buckle or warp. Fire retarding.
O mf «. IVinWo**«. R—Ang, Pain to, Fwr-
J. II. Kramer Grocery
4802 92nd St. S. E.
The flnest fresh and cured meats,
groceries, hay and feed. We sell
for cash and nave you money. Call
or phone—we deliver.
84th ST. 8. E.
Building Materiale, Speciale
Fossler’s Market and
Live and let live prices
Quality, Service—Yura for Busi
ness—I. T. FOSSLER
9209 Foster Road
.Res, Phone Auto «15-26
Plumbing Supplica and Fixtures
GENERAL STORE AND MEAT
Everyhing That’s Good to Eat
BUY YOUR GROCER
IES WHERE YOUR
DOLLARS GET VALUE
We carry the flnost line of staple
and fancy groceries, cured meats,
fruit«, vegetables. Also Hartsell's
Doughnuts—best in the city.
Get acquainted with ua and
you’ll always trade here.
C. B. NORBLA D
8814 Woodstock Ave, Asts «10-11
D. J. O’CONNOR
B. F. MILLER
Price and Service the Best.
6929 84th SL 8. E. Phone «16'14
Real Estate—Money ta Loan
9106 Woodstock Ave., Lenta
6010 92nd Street
OHSFELDT, 145 First Street
C. E. Tillman Company
MADE IN OREGON
Office Phone Auto «26-43
5926 92nd St
Tremont Plumbing Shop
Cor. 92nd and Woodstock Ave.
Phone Automatic 621-71.
Team Work and Excavating
House Moving and Wrecking
Stap'e groceries and dry goods.
Hay, grain and feed. Bakery gooa
WE DELIVER. PHONE or CALT.
A. C NUTTER
Repair work a specialty; gas fit
ting. Estimating on any job, any
Right price«. Guaranteed
5827 72nd St.
Heme-made Pies and Paatries
Tremont Meat Market
G. A. Morrison Lbr. Co.
Tremont Station. Ante «10-55
For good eats. We serve special
dinner«, short orders. Beat meats
Special Sunday chicken
dinner*. Give us a trial.
9123 Porter Rd., Opp. Postoffice
5907 72nd St, S. E.
W. Q EGGIMAN
You'll Ilk* our meats —you’ll like
our service- -and will be pleased to
5909 72nd St 8. E.
Everything hi the Builders’ Line
COAL and WOOD
Phone Your Order, Prompt Service
3929 7th St., S. E.
THAT WILL SATISFY
6009 92nd St
Office Phone 615-10
Under New Management
DR. P. J. O’DONNELL
Boomba la net the seat of Moham- I
medan culture tn Africa. Boomba Cor. 92nd and Foater Road
lies In northern Senegal. behind the
west coast of Africa, humiliated at I
the onward stride« of Dakkar, a
worldly seaport knowing neither re
llgion nor shame. And let It be known
Rooms 4 and 6, Yott Bldg.
to all mon that the natives in the I’hone 620-20
9207 Foster Road
hinterland nigh unto Boomba are aa
the “wee etna' hours of the mornln',”
HOWARD P. ARREST
In blackest darkness; bat seeking the
ATTOaXBY AT LAW
light of a great awakening.
Last month, while the Clontarf,
«toot shipping-board vessel, now at |
pier 23. foot of Pacific street, lay to
Lenta Office: 9133 Foster Road.
In the roadstead at Dakkar. a wave of Auto 661-11; L 2112; 7 to 9 p. m.
revival hit the vicinity of Boomba, ac
cording to the assistant engineer.
The blacks got religion and the Camp No. 11650, Modern Woodman
blacklands resounded with the chant
of America.. Meets every second and
of “There la no God bat Allah, and
Mohammed la his prophet"—In fervent fourth Wednesday of each month at
Woodmere Hall, 7630 60th Ave. S. E.
*. B. VOLTS, Clerk.
Now, the German found the Sene
galese a flercesome soldier. On bls
MT. SCOTT I j ODOE, L O. O.
native jungle trail be la even more so.
On the warpath went the newly con Moe la «very Tuesday evening el 7:30.
verted Mohammedans, with Are In one
Frank Mirwald, Noble Grand.
hand and the sword In tbo other, after
W. E. Goggins, Rec. Sec
the fashion of Saladdin’« boat. Th<-y
were bound to out-Mohammed Mo
hammed and great was their zenl. P. U. Wilson
K. C. Wilson
Furthermore, they were bound on a
WILSON’S ALTO SERV1UK
quest to show their brethren, unbeliev
All Work Guuranteed and Doue at
ing dogs on the docks of Dakkiw, that
a warrior of the jungles could acquire
Lowest Possible Prices
that polish which some say comes only Your Sa UsTactioa - -Our AdverUsenicat
to citizens of the worldly state, dwell
5919 82nd St. S. E.
ing In a great metropolis.
There chanced across their march a
party of Frenchmen, hunting wild LOANS
beasts of the field. The Frenchmen
were, moreover, unbelieving dogs. The
slaughter was swift, pitiless and al
CITI PBOPBHTI and FARMS
Eleven dead Gauls
were laid at the feet of the chief of the
5016 72nd Street
"My children," cried he, In a rolling
brogue such as Is bandied about in the
jungle, “behold these men of culture
and little faith. They have the wis
S7S7 FOaTKB XOAU
dom of them who sit in high places,
CITY PKOPERTY A SPECIALTY
but they have the faith of the grovel
Farms and Acreage.
ing jackal. We have done well to
Loans. Rentals. Notary Public
chop off their heads. Xow we will do
well to acquire their wisdom. Let us Phone 210-43
have brain stew, made from the brains
of the Frenchmen, In whom there was Res. 4822 90th St.
Stand Phone Maraball 2SU3
wisdom but little faith."
And so the stew was eaten.
J. 8. Miller, Prop.
About a week later, a dozen of these
Piano and Furniture Moving
fierce seeker« after a great wind a
liaggage and Express
were gathered In by the French au Dally Trips to ML Scott and Lanta
Bock Spring» and King Coal
thorities. And In another week they
were sent to another land, far beyond Stand: First and lax lor
the clouds. where the houris tread the
maxes of the heavenly dance end wis For EXPRESS AND MOVING
dom comes to all men who are true
Local and Long Distance Hauling
believers. At least, that Is the tale as
of all kinds.
told by the assistant engineer. And
Leave Orders at Perfection Confec
thus endeth the quest of the converts
of the Boomba hinterland, searchers of tionery, cor. 92nd and Foater Road.
JOHN E. DEARDORET
wisdom in the name of the prophet.-*
Phones: Office 640-73.
The World’s Advancement
Those who. In retrospect, recall the
DR. 0. BRIMMER
days of the hand sickle may well
marvel at the developments which have
taken place within their recollection!
They have seen, besides the develop
ment In agriculture, the Inauguration 9207 Foster Rd., cor. 92nd. LENTS
of almost countless device« and utili f--------------------------------------------------- ------ Y
ties. They have seen railroads built
•cross the continent the telegraph and
telephone perfected, great steamship
lines established and more latterly the
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motor cor and the airplane utilized In
5220 Fwii-tliird Jt.
everyday affairs. Until the hand sickle
was laid aside It had been used since
that time to which the memory of men
runneth not to the contrary. And yet
to them, it may seem the advent of
PRACTICAL HAIRCUTS “
the grain cradle and the crude horse-
drawn reaper was but as yesterday.
Personified, those homely early devices
seem almost like the explorers of the
earlier ages who set out upon voyages
See C hester A G eorgs
of discovery with nothing to guide
them but a vision of something grand
er and more beautiful than their eyes
had aver belield.—Exchange.
Woodstock Electric Co.
New Dlssovsrise In Crete.
Excavations at Knossos, Psaetos
and other sites In Crete have not mere
ly established the existence of a people
who«« form of civilization was the
earliest In Europe, but have shown
much about their dally life, game«,
amusements; their art, religion, writ
ing—though hardly yet their language;
their physical characteristics, dress
and the houses they live in.
A huge palaeo, os big aa Bucking
ham palace, ljas been unearthed at
It has a drainage system
that an eminent Italian archeologist
has described as “absolutely English,”
•nd that certainly anticipates the hy
draulic engineering of the Nineteenth
century. The men of science engaged
In the work estimate the age of their
discoveries at four thousand years.—
For French Pantry. Purity Bread
wrapped, nl>«> cookies of all kind«
Fancy Cake« Made to Order
Light Groceries and Strictly Home
DR. C. S. OOSBURY
Dearly for “Brain Stew.”
»515 FOSTER ROAD
Fnday, May 13, Country Store
Night—H. B. Warner in “When
We Were Twenty-one”;
Comedy; Paramount Magazine. .
Sat, May 14—“The Sins of Ro
xanne”; 2-reei comedy.
Sunday, May 15—“The Dwelling
Place of Light", with King Bagot
and Robt McKim; comedy.
Mon.-Tues., May 1C, 17—“The
Scoffer«”, with James Kirkwood;
Ep 3, "Velvet Fingers”.
Wed., May 18—Harry Carey in
“Hearts Up"; 2-reel Century com-
A. G. ATWOOD
Trumble’s Cash Market
Go to the
«715 Foster Rd.
The eenter of Mt. Kcou district Manufac
turers of all kinds of Tin, Copper and Hbeet
Iron ware, for kitchen use Rsli malts cheer
fully given on all new work for residence*
and buaiceM block* Cornice. Fira Doors,
Bkyllabt* and all kind* of roofing Repair
ing of all kinds. Auto 210-4* gels the »nop.
It'a all right or your money back.
5927 92nd St.
The Bargain Store of 1-ents
Hansen Sheet Metal Works
Kern Park Sta.
Ex coos of Zeal Dlacouragad by French
Authorities In Northern Senegal
in Effective Manner.
THEIR LAST FEAST
When You Want to Move
and Express Auto Track
| 9436 Foster Rd. Lents, Ore.
Dahydratsd Fish Valuable,
Electrical dehydrating plants for
fish are promised aa a result of recent
experiments in England, which demon
strate that It la possible with the aid
of heated air to accomplish in a brief
time results that now require many
days of air curing, says Popular Me
chanlcs Magazine. Deprived of every
trace of moisture, the fish meat may
be kept for years, and then restored
for three days tn water. The dried
flesh also may be ground Into a fin«
flour of high food value. The proceet
has been patented in all countries.
FOR RENT, For Sale, No Peddlers
or Agents, and many other pla
cards too numerous to mention
now printed and ready for deliv
ery at the Herald office.