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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 9, 1923)
mt . jscott TiAusrat co. i geraid Home Corner
•757 66th St S. E
THK BEST LEGACY
The firet >60 or >100 aro slow to
gather. and look unimportant even
after they have been saved. But thrro
is magic in the fact. Th« income
from invwtnmsit, however trifling,
confers a senso of power and car
ries a promise that allure».
important than all, a habit of saving
has begun to |>u»h a sprout through
ths crust of indifference and self-
indulgence. Independence in character
asserts itself. Purpose strengthens.
Pussibilitiro appear Thrift is a rare
discipline in self-control. Presently
there is a new man and a new furo*
in the wwld."
What AU l*areels Can Give Their
L Good health,
Housewives mat mail requests
2. Good principles.
fer recipes or ask any questions
X Ability to du some useful wwk.
concerning recipes published. A
Then' are real endowments which
parents may confer upon their chiL
Grays Crossing Barber Shop versasi in cookery, who deairsa to •Iren.
These are better than gold.
remain anonymous, will be de
These are the best inheritance.
••07 8M street. next the metal works
lighted to publish requested rec
And the parents need not be rich
ipes or answer questions.
nor educated nor fortunately placed
Chldren’s haircutting, 25c
to confer them. Indeed, tho humbteut
homes are often fest conditioned to
John J. Conboy, Prop.
I so endow their children.
Those feons are frequently missed
One cup sugar. one «wr. on* cup or endangered for the sons and daugh
Position Wanted By
ters of the better off. Money leads
.«our milk, one-fourth cup of «ver to indulgence and lack of exer;ii««v to
cream, 1H tea-spoons soda, H tea- frivolous companionships, to delay in
>poov cream tartar. one teaspoon facing the problems of a carver and
vanilla, flour to make fkiriy stiff to idling ways.
Parents should renstantly hold up
d. ugh. Fry in very hot fat and a*
for their own warning the vulgar
Phone Automatic 613-08
family policies of the newly-rich. The
«mickly in boiling water, then drain children of these families should not
(well. Doughnuts will be lighter if sat
‘ pace for your children nor my
j allowed to set after cutting from one- children,
Paronuhood is a at-noul
half to one hour before frying.
should never be our models. Fathers,
ever absorbed in money-getting, amt
Sour Milk Doughnuts
Optometrist and Optician
. mothers over-absorbed m pleasure
Two eggs, two cups sugar four tea seeking. usually neglect titfir chil
iöl Morrison Street
spoons melted lard one ami twothirds dren. Such neglected children should
cups milk, rue» at flour, one-half not be the exemplars for Christian
45 Step.- W est From Broadway
teaspoon salt, one-half teaspoon nut- I families.
meg and ginger, two teas pi MS cream
THE AMERICAN FLAG
With Carl Greve, the
tartar and one of soda. If you have
not the cream tartar and seda, you
By James Riley
may use three teaspoons of baking That ocean-guarded flag of light.
powder. Fry in hot fat.
forever may it fly!
It flashed o’er Monmouth's bloody
fight and lit McHenry’s sky;
Put four cupa of sifted flour into a It bears upon its folds of flame to
earth’s remotest wave
shallow bowl, sift in IS teaspoons
each soda and cream of tartar, H The name of men whose deeds of fame
shall e’er inspire the brave.
teaspoon cinnamon, one teaspoon salt,
add one cup sugar, on egg unbeaten, I Timbers have crashed and gun.« have
one cup buttermilk (better thick);
pealed beneath its radiant glow.
mix well and proceed as for dough But never did that ensign yield its
honor to the foe!
nuts. Fry in hot fat and drain.
Its fame shall march with martial
tread down ages yet to be;
Corn Meal Doughnnts
, To guard those stars that never paled
A teacup and a half cf boiling milk
in fight on land or sea.
poured over two teacups of meal;
when cool add two cups flour, one of Its stripes of red entemal dyed with
L. C. Pullen, owner.
heart-streams of all lands;
butter. IS of sugar. 3 eggs, flavor
Its white, the snow capped hills that
with nutmeg or cinnamon, let rise till
hide in storm their upraise«!
very light, roll about half an
habit of thick, cut in diamond shape and
Its blue, the ocean waves that beat I
in het lard.
round Freedom’s circle shore:
its stars, the print of angel's feet
that burn forever more!
Three cup« sweet milk, 2 cups
James J. Hill says: “Thrift is not
-ugar, one yeast cake, 2 eggs, nutmeg
to flavor. Mix like biscuits and set a virtue of tomorrow, but of today.
The young man who puts off until he
ir a warm place to rise. When light; is earning a larger income or ha* sat
add H teaspoon srda dissolved in a isfied some present went, or for any
little milk, and knead until smooth. ' other reason, the effort to spare and
I*»t rise the second time, then cut hi accumulate is pretty sure never to
cake« ami fry in hot fit. Roll in Legin unites under the pressure of
And it is really true ;
3571 sugar. These arc delicious and make that only the beginning is difficult. |
a nice change from the ordinary I
J. 8. Milter. Prop.
Daily trips to Mount Scott ami
Lenta. Stand. First and Tailor st*..
CALL R. HEYT1NG, plume «26-«:.
for sand and gravel delivered at a
FOR RENT—4-room house, ftimiahed.
one block to car. Woodmere. Call
7830 64th ave. Sunset 2041. 4-2t
FOR SALE—Cedar Posts, 20 cents
each. John Ixirenz, Belle Rose sta
tion 1, Portland, Or.
Dr. Patrick F. Mahar
FEED & bUEL CO.
The meeting of the town council
had been stormy and tempers were
“You. sir," shouted one member
at another, “are about the most pig
headed fool I have ever met.”
“Order, order!” interrupted the
chairman. “You gentlemen seem to
forget that I am in the room.”
Have YOU a
Cantilever Shoes Make
Could vou do Walter Camp’s
famous “daily dozen" with your
feet Strapped to boards ?
Ordinary shoes are like boards
on your feet. Your arch cannot flex
in them because they are reinforced
with steel between the feathers, of
the sole. Ask your shoemaker to
show you when he is resoling a
pair of shoes. See how impossible
it is to bend them at the arch.
A Cantilever Spring
Dr. Douglas Stewart a leading
specialist, says: “The foot is a
cantilever spring so made that when
it is allowed to function normally
it carries the body with the great
est possible ease and resilience ’’
The Cantilever Shoe is made with
a flexible arch which permits the
cantilever spring cf your foot to
function normally. It gives that
ease and resilience which char
acterize a perfect carriage. This
can only be accomplished by giving
perfect freedom to the muscles of
the foot. The flexible arch of the
Cantilever Shoe fits snugly, while
it forms a natural support to the
Make« Life Easier
Cantilever Shoes give an added
zest to your pleasures and lighten
the daily round of your duties. They
are stylish as well as comfortable.
The modish, rounded toe and the
me.il um heel are worn by women
who are particular about wearing
That youthful, swinging step is
made possible by wearing Canti
lever«. Buy a pair tomorrow and
know what it mean« to walk miles
out-of-doors or at your every-day
work without fatigue.
< Ô» p
Mother—No, Bobby; for the third
time, I tell you, you cant have an
Bobby (in despair)—1 don’t see
where father nets the idea that you're
always changing your mind!—London
Ray—If I were a doctor, I would
! specialise in bone surgery.
May—Well, you've certainly got a
good head for it.
A prominent Sydney lawyer was
puttitj«; a witness through a hard
t rose -examination when the subject
of absentmindedness arose.
“What do you think is absent-
mindedness?” aske<i the lawyer.
“Well,” replied the witness in a
alow, delil*rate tor.e, “if a man who
thought he had left his wsteh at home,
took it out of his pocket to see if he
had time to go back and get it, I
sou Id call him a little absentminded." I
A young attorney bad been talking
for about four hours to a jury who, I
when he had finished felt like lynch
His opponent, a grizzled old profes
sional then arose and, looking sweetly
at the judge, said:
“Your honor, I shall follow the ex- ;
ample of my young friend who has
just firished and submit the case
One of the men in the smoking car
was an expert, he explained, on cities.
He could look at a man and tell from
what town he hailed. To his discern
, ing eye, aiaeu
iub profound and
discriminating judgmi >ent, each city
litanto a certain
put upon its inhi «bit
___ ing or
which never deceived
“You, for instance,” he declared to
the man on his right, “are from Chi-
The Chicagoan admitted the fact.
"And you,” he said to the gentle
man on his left, “ere from Cincinnati.”
Again he was right.
' .Now. you,” he said, turning to the
third man. “are from Philadelphia.”
“No sirree’” objected that indivi
dual in hot resentment. “I’ve been ill
for six months! That’s what make«
' me look that way.”- -Popular Maga-
A lizard, pierced by a hatpin, is the
Insignia adopted by the anti-flrt
crusade of New York city.
)*« Thirty-fourth and Divisteti Atráete. Tabor >514
WK RECOMMEND HYVIS Oil. FOR YOI’R CAR
«344 Faster Road
YOU ever »re any1
NOW IS THE TIME TO THINK ABOUT YOUR BOOKS
l a u i i ,„ jUBl Ulw youT
t'kiths» deeiirnvd ami mads to your
Correct fitting ‘
braastero ami corsets maiie to meceure.
using any kind of boning. Dni you
know that that out-of-date, diacarded
suit will make ever into a smart
street dross? ASK ME.
MRS. GRAY. Can SI naet 1«»9
Are your books in proper shape for the INCOME TAX slaUment?
Are you worried about vour figure«?
We are doing MONTHLY SERVICE, taking care of small eels of
books, for a large number of merchant» in IMrtland.
The test is ridlculoush «mall.
We are ENDORSED BY THE LEADING ASSOCIATIONS OF
RETAIL MERCHANTS IN PORTLAND, »nd have been fur OVER
Phone MAin 5977 for more information
F. E. JIGGAR& SON.
•151 90th St. S. E.
Comer Mfg. Co. -Rubberised All-
Second-Hand White and Singer
Drophead Sewing Machines
Monarch Furniture Polish
RETAII.KILH SERVICE BUREAU, lac.
R. V. Lewfa, Free.
Herald Classified Ads Brin^ Results
HIGH GRADE PIANOS
FOR SALE 5 room house 2 lota, lot 1
of fruit. Shop can be used for '
garage. Light and gas. A. B.
Comb. gas range. One block to car I
line, >2400.00 6309—96 St. S. E.
offers a really great opportunity to every intending purchaser of a good used
instrument; in fact, so many of these pianos an* of such high character and
are so slightly used that even those who have thought of a new piano will do
well to see them at once. •
WORK WANTED—Able-bodied man
will do any kind of work.
That’s the way, ex
perience has taught us.
Tavelli & Mack.
50th and Dit ision Sts.
When you want to borrow money
on vour property see
OTTO & HARKSON
413 Chamber of Commerce Hide.
This large stock of Upright. Grand and Player Pianos is almost entirely made
up of the world’s very l>est instruments ami while in very many cases they
are just as good as new. they are nevertheless all priced so astoundingly low
that thej’ will sell on sight.
We have purchased
122,000 pair United States
Army Munson last shoes,
sizes 51/» to 12, which was
the entire surplus stock of
one of the largest United
States government shoe
This shoe is guaranteed
100 per cent solid leather,
color dark tan, bellows
tongue, dirt and water
proof. The actual value
of this shoe is $6. Owing
to this tremendous buy we
can offer same to the pub
Forty Such Instruments as These to Choose From
Mason & Hamlin
Hallet & Davis
Bush & Lane
I vers & Pond
and many more
At Such Prices as These
>100, $115, >140, >165, >185 >195
>215, >235, >245, >265 and » on
On Terms as Low as $6 Per Month
Send correct size. Pay
postman on delivery or
send money order. If
sheos are not so repre
sented we will cheerfully
refund your money
promptly upon request.
National Bay State Shoe Co.
do AS WE
These Are Bargains
BRING THIS AU
Bush & Lane Piano Co
EVERYTHING PERTAINING TO MUSIC
2*>6 Broadway. New York. N. Y.
Bush &. 141 ne Bldg
Broadway at Alder
Electrical Fixtures Selected
by the School Board?
They found them mere efficient
and effective than several other
competitive samples shown.
Phone Broadway 5781 and have
sample light installed. Wiring
service and estimates given.
and not expensive
The new Machine Switching equipment is now in service in GArfield BEa-
con and SUnset offices ir, Portland. It is important that subscriber« having
dial sets observe four simple but essential rules:
Secure the correct number from the new directory.
IJsten for the dialing tone before beginning to dial the number desired.
Dial the first two letters of the prefix and the four figures of the number,
in order. Do not dial the whole prefix nor an abbreviation of the prefix
Dial only the first two letters capitalized in the directory.
The letters of office prefixes to be dialed arc AT for ATwater—RF for
BEacon-MA for MAin- BR for BRoadwav - SU for SUnset-SF for
Walsh Electric Co.
106 FOURTH ST.
Bet. Wank, and Stark Sts.
“The Bank That Gives You Service"
THE CITIZENS BANK
Grand Ave. at E. Alder Street
Do not dial the letter “O" in the ai jth tinner hole for the fl<ure“(F (aero)
which appers in the tenth finger hole. There is no occasion for m
leltpr “y.” in
«xth finder hole as it b not one of the first two
letters of any prefix usied in Portland.
32 yearn old
NICE 5 ROOM modern bungalow. |
Steves lin. water heater.
line $2100. 6227 Mth St Will sell
When once you’ve
given us some work
we’ll please you so we
know you’ll be back.
“Pat and Jeny
DIVISION STREET GARAGE CO.
FOR SALE.—Ivory baby bed anti high
chair. «120- 85th St. S.E.
TRAINED maternity nurw best re
ference. Phone Sl’nset 2542.
E The Nippon
R Florist Co.
S Phone SUnset
Small Store, Small El peeve,
FURNITURE. -For safe, at once old
walnut sideboard, cupboard, a hal>
seat, and all other household goods, ;
at once. ;«10—«9th St & E.
Down experience mean something to you? We own our own building
and property and ar» rvaponslbte. If you want your job done at the
right figuro, see the right man.
DRY 6000S, NOTIONS. SHOES
5 VST EM
Interest Paid on Savings
“We Would Appreciate Tour Bum neat’'
The Pacific Telephone
and Telegraph Company