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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 27, 1923)
ortaT were uncertainly fliw»nt<
eir way home from the county seat
"Bill," «aid Henry, “I waneha to
be very careful. Firs’ thing y’ know
you’ll have us in a ditch.”
“Me?" said Bill in astonishment
1 note the paragraph on your “Why, I thought you was drivin’,"
menu wherein you state that the or
chestra will play anything on request
His Girl: “Reginald, dear, do try
Can you prove the assertion?'
and be cheerful. I knew it will come
“Yea," replied the manager. “Their
Mamma, at least, is cn
repertoire ia very extensive." What all right.
do you wish them to play?"
Reginald: “What makes you think
“Tall 'em to play pinocle until I ao?"
have finished my meal, and 1 shall be
His Girl. “Well, dear, I heard her
tell papa not to judge you too much
An Oklahoma banker, with a
reputation of being hardboiled, was
American—"Did you hear that joke
one day earnestly solicited by a about the Egyptian guide who show
friend to give to some good and ed some tounsts two skulls of Cleopa
charitable cause, but without result. tra. one as a gul and one as a wo
Then the banker was seised with man?”
a desire to talk about himself.
Englishman—"No; let's hear it."
“Did you know I had a glass
Heroine (in the melodrama): “What
are those shrieks?"
"No. I hadn’t suspected it."
Villain (relentlessly): •'They have
"Bet you can’t tell which one is
tied an American to a chair and are
the glass one?"
showing him a bottle of Scotch."
After long and careful scrutiny of
both optics at does range, the fnend
Southey tells us that, in his walk
one stormy day, he met an old
“I think it is the right one."
woman, to whom, by way of greeting,
“Correct! How did you tell?”
he made the obvious remark that it
“Well, I thought I detected a faint was dreadful weather. She answered
gttmmer of human sympathy in that philosophically, that, in her opinion,
"any weather was better than none*!"
A municipal ordinance in Amster
dam forbids that one front door shall
give entrance to more than nine flats,
and one staircase to more than six
“Uncle Joe" Cannon, who is 86
years old and has served 46 years as
a representative of Illinois in Con
gress, arrived in Chicago and said
he was looking for a “job with a
PASS IT ALONG
Has somebody said a kindly word
About somebody else you know?
Then pass it along as soon as you
As far as the world will go
Has somebody given a pleasant smile
To somebody who was sad?
Then copy the smile as soon as you
And make somebody else glad.
Has somebody given a helping hand
To somebody far adrift!
Then give one yourself as soon as
To some one who needs a lift.
For the word and the smile and the
Are needed along life's way.
So pass them along as soon as you
To brighten somebody’s day!
—Irene S. Woodcock.
When you want to borrow money-
on your property see
Herald Hone Comer
e • e • • • a • a a a
Probably the moat common cause
Housewives may mail requests o of headaches ia auto-intoxication, or
for recipes or ask any questions
poisoning of one'a self by waste pro
concerning recipec published. A o
Herald subscriber, a woman o ducts that are not properly thrown
versed in cookery, who desires to a off by the body. Thia ia a condition
remain anonymous, will be de-
met with to frequently that we are
lighted to publish requested rac- o
e prone to overlook its importance.
ipes or answer questions.
You may not be aware of a con
stipated condition. There may be
bowel action daily, but it may be the
waste material of food taken several
days ago. Unless the intestinal func
One cup molasses, one cup sugar, tion is active there ia fermentation
one piece of butter, site of an egg. and absorption of body poisons. Head
aches are sure to follow.
one tablespoon vinegar. Boil anti
Victima of headaches in countless
when done stir in a teaspoon of soda; numbers have found temporary relief
stir well, then put in peanuts and through salts or cathartics or have
resorted to one of the many “head
pour into buttered pans.
ache tablets" or “wafers.” Some even
have sought relief in opium and mor
After making quite a strong BO1U
Let me sound a solemn note of
tion from the fresh hoarhound leaves warning against such a practice.
strain it and put about a quarter of Drugs or medicines should never be
a cup of it over the fire with a taken without the advice of a physi
pound of brown sugar and a little cian. The continued employment of
Cook this mixture until a any drug results in addiction to its
small amount dropped in cold water use. An addict is a slave, and when
will easily become brittle, After that a human being once yields to the
a tablespoon of vinegar should be clutch of a habit he is on his way to
Boil it up once again and hopeless ill health and to a materially
turn into pans. Hoarhound can be shortened life. The newspapers have
made with the dried leaves too. Steep accounts almost every day about the
a large tablespoon of the leaves in a practices of the drug addicts. Cer
cupful of boiling water for about an tainly no one should take the chance
hour. Strain it well To the liquid of acquiring this terrible habit.
No one cause is more prolific of
put two cups of brown sugar. Put it
over the fire and stir until the sugar headaches than eyestrain. When one
Add a tablespoon of passes 45 or 50 he should visit the
vinegar and boil till the candy breaks oculist at least once a year or at least
when dropped in cold water. Drop on once in two years. Simply because
a buttered paper or put in a pan and you can see to read does not prove
mark. Wintergreen may be made the there is perfect vision. It may be an
unconscious effort, but any effort to
same way, substituting Wintergreen
see clearly means a drain of nerve
No matter how small the
leak, the great reservoir of energy,
the brain, will be called upon ulti
One-half cup cocoanut, one-half mately, and then comes trouble.
The presence of chronic headache
cup powdered sugar, white of one
should lead to an examination of the
egg, flavor with vanilla.
Drop on urine. Failure of perfect kidney
buttered tins and bake in the oven elimination has this as a symptom. It
is a good thing to make sure at
for a few minutes.
regular intervals that these import
ant organa are functioning as they
should, but persistent headache makes
After Dinner Mints
Headache is a danger signal. Do
One cup sugar, one cup water, a
tiny pinch of cream tartar.
Boil not disregard the red light Stop at
once to find out what is wrong.—
until when tried in cold water it Royal S. Copeland, M. D.
will make a soft ball. Remove from
stove add peppermint, beat until thick
Cholly—When I was a boy, you
and creamy. Drop from the tip of a know, the doctor said if I didn't stop
teaspoon on waxed paper.
For smoking cigarettes I would become
checkermints use the same syrup add feeble-minded.”
three drops pink vegetable coloring
Miss Keen—Well, why didn't you
and flavor with checkermint. Drop stop?
from spoon the same as the mints.
OTTO & HARKSON
We have just bought a tremen
dous stock of Army Munson last
shoes to be sold to th« public
direct. These shoes are 100 per
cent solid leather with heavy
double soles sewed and nailed. The
suppers are of heavy tan chrome
thereby making them waterproof.
These shoes are selling
. Jig very fast
and we advise you to order at
once to insure your order being
The sixes are 6 to 11 all widths.
Price <2.75. Pay Postman on re-
ceipt of roods or send money
order. M -nev refunded if shoes
are not satisfactory.
Daily Fashion Hint
A doctor, and architect and a Bol
shevik were discussing the priority of
The doctor said:
FOR SAIJI CH KAP
“When Adam's side was opened and
a rib removed to make woman, there
Trade in your old uns on your new
was a surgical operation--medicine
Binger at a liberal sllewaace.
was the oldest trade.”
“Yea, but when the earth was made
out of chaos there was the building
process, the use of materials accord
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Ing to a plan.
The architect's to
The Bolshevik smiled and said:
"But who supplied the chaos?”
Monarch Furnitur« Relish for Haie
GEORGE A. JIGGAR
Your inspection invited at the
Dr. Patrick F. Mahar
GREEN HILL DAIRY
Phone Sl'nset 3443
74th and Footer Road
*1 Marrtaon Street
45 Steps West From Broadway
With Carl Greve, the
Horstthttlity & Gen. Bldcksmllhlm)
9327 Footer Road
126 Third at, bet. Washington
and Alder ata.
Just 1*4 block» from "MS" car.
MEALS AND LUNCHES
N order to keep our trained
crews employed, our trucks
in use and wait on every
body, we have again estab
lished a summer price on Gasco
Briquets (the kind that give no
ashes) for delivery at our con
venience during spring and
This model, one oi the most attrac
the season's offering, lends
itself to development in tricotine, wool
iersev, kasha cloth. velvet ot velveteen,
t fastens in surplice style, the collar
and vestee living of contrasting material
bound with braid. Buttons trim th«
skirt below the collar, also the long
close-fitting sleeves. Medium site re
quires Dy yards 40-inch material, with
*4 yard 40 Inch satin for trimming.
Pictorial Review Dress No 1383.
Sues, 34 to 44 inches bust. I’tKC, 35c.
Daily Fashion Hint
Last year those
sponded in time
R. and M.
Millers’ Service Station
Eastern and Western
O I L
all kinds of
82d and Powell Valley Road
Phone Sl'naet 21*4
saved about $.32,000.00
Don't wait till we are sold
up, but phone now.
6500) or call at the Gas
Offices, Alder and Fifth
Grays Crossing Barber Shop
6007 H2d street, next the metal works
CHILDREN'S HAIRCUTTING, 35c
John J. Conboy, Prop.
"*■ 1 '
THE BENJAMIN STUDIO
When a world of men could not
prevail with all their oratory, yet
hath a woman*« kindness over»
—Henry the Sixth.
View Work. Hume Portraits,
Currey’s Pharmacy, Grays Cross
ing, is your neighbor, Here you
may have your doctor’s prescrip-
tions accurately filled, Here you
will find real service.
d For You T •II
Th« National City company, one of
the largest and most conservative
bond and investment houses in Amer
ica, has Just purchased <1,000,000
worth of our 7% Prior Preference
This ia the most important deal in
Public Utility stock in Portland in
Wouldn't you like to have a few
shares of this attractive security,
<98 a share par value <1M
Over 7% on your Money
Foe eash or on easy terms,
Portland Railway, Light
and Power Company
BOOM (05 ELECTRIC BLDG..
A dainty dish to serve for a com
pany luncheon Is the following:
Sweetbr e a d s
pair of sweet-
breeds In cold
water for twenty
minutes; put over
the heat In plenty
of cold water,
heat very gradually to boiling point,
then elmnier for twenty minutes, drain
and let stand In cold water until cold.
Remove the unedlbto portions, but
MM) the sweet breads unbroken. Set
on a rack in a dripping pan, sprinkle
with salt and pepper, pour ever the
juice of an orange and bake twenty
minutes. Serve with
Orange Sauce.— Cut the peel of an
orange Into shreds sad cover with
boiling water, cook flve minutes and
drala. To the blanched peel add oae-
half cupful of beet Juice, three-fourths
of a cupful of brows sauce, the juice
of two oranges and one lemon, one-
fourth of a teaspoonful esrh of cay
enne and salt; stir until smooth and
Honey Fruit Cake.—In a trarm bowl
beat to a cream one half cupful of
butter, three-fourths of a cupful of
honey, add one-third of a cupful of
boiled cider, two well beaten eggs
one teaspoonfnl each of cinnamon,
cloves and mace, and a teaspoonfnl of
soda dissolved In a little warm water;
beat well and add flour to make a
stiff better; add two-thlrrta of a cup
ful ef stoned chopped prunes and
dried figs, the aame of seedleaa raisins
Pour Into a buttered, floured Un and
bake In a alow oven, This cake will
be better If kept In a tight container
for several weeks
Lemen Honey Cakoe.—Bring to the
boiling point one aad ooe-half cupfuls
of honey akim carefully, add four ta
bleepoonfuls of better and cool. 8tir
In two cupfuls of sifted pastry flour
and set In a cool place over night
When ready to bake add the grated
rind of one lemon, two tablespoonfuls
of lemon juice, one-half cupful of
chopped almonds and one-balf tea
spoonful of soda dissolved In a little
warm water. Rake In small muffin
When cold lee with lemon
dressmaker and representative of
Nu-Bone Corsets, the most popular
made to measure corset.
Call 8U. 1609
A DAYTIME FROCK
IN THE SEASON’S SILHOUETTE
Paris gives her sanction to this frock
of brown wool ertoe, which emphasises
the fashionable silhouette. The waist
closes at the left side, the round neck
omitting the opportunity to have a
collar. Bands of fur trim the flowing
sleeves and appear again at the lower
edges of the gathered panels attached
to the sides of the skirt. Fancy ribbon,
braid or self-material may be used for
the narrow belt. In medium sire the
dress requires 6.*-i yards 40-inch mate
Pictorial Review Dress No. 1361.
Sues, 34 to 46 inches bust. Price,
There is no smarter model foe the
ever-serviceable and always tdorable
tricotine frock than this one. The dress
features the long-waisted blouse and
side opening Flat silk braid is used for
the trimming, with fancy buttons
added to the skirt decoration. The
collar, cut in one with the revers, ia
notched and, if preferred, may be ter
minated at the lav of the V-shaped
neck. Medium size requires J yards
Pictorial Review Dress No. 1397.
Sues, 34 to 48 inches bust. Price. 35c.
It ia better to be nobly remember
ed than nobly born.—Ruskin.
YOU CAN MAKE THE LAMP SHADES AT HOME
Six lamp shade« that can be mad« at home are shown in this sketch From
left to right they ara: Parchment tinted a deep orang« with a deep band of
brown, parrtuneat tinted a jade green with a design of turquolaa blue, chaaga-
able taffeta tn a lovely shade of coppery orange rallied and fringed, rose colored
taffeta with tiny fruits in pastel abates. white voile decorated with black and
shellacked and Ckilneee embroidery combined with plain colored crepe and
antique gold fringe.
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 aame to the pub
MORE GOOD THINGS
Patronise our advertisers.
You save a dollar per ton
by placing order NOH’ and
can f’.l Y later or monthly.
. ................ ...
Whipping Cream ami Buttermilk
Sit quietly erect and do not tot
your arms or elbows rest Upon the
Hold your fork carefully and never
fill up your mouth, for only small
bites are permissible.
Make no noiae when drinking and
use your napkin, if necesaary, to wipe
Talk only of pleasant things and
be careful to get no crumbles on the
table cloth or floor.
After finishing sit quietly until all
are through and the hoatess arises.
Your grace may again be said
standing or sitting.
Your mother is always your hos
tess at home and when you are visit
ing the lady of the house ia hostess.
Never go to the table without
clean hands and face and well combed
Unless you use good manners and
eat politely every day at home, you
cannot do so on s;>ecial occasions.
Daily Fashion Hint
413 Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
Try the Drug Store First
1441 Broadway. New York City
CAC8XS OF HEADACHES
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.
296 Broadway, New York. N. Y.
MLLARD AV 'ENUE
EEED&EUE L CO.
L. C. Pullen, owner.
8 lUnaet 2517
Electrical Fixtures Selected
by the School Board?
Get the habit of
Phone SUntet 3571
They found them mere efficient
•nd effective than several other
competitive samples shown.
Phone Broadway 5781 and have
•arapto light installed. Wiring
aervice and ratimatoa given.
Walsh Electric Co.
106 FOURTH ST.
Bet. Wadi, aad Stark Sts.