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"■tova-tsrf” shouted Peurod. “Ting
Duke, old and intelligently appre
hensive, approached slowly, In s semi-
circular manner, depreca tingly, but
Arleta Baptist Church
with courtesy. He pawed the basket
W:46 a. tu. Bibi« Reboot.
delicately, then, as If that were all bis
11 a. in. Preaching aerviee.
master bad expected of blm, uttered
7:3n p. nt. Evening «ervico«.
| one bright lurk, sut down and looked
6:16 i>. iu. B. Y. P. U meeting.
up trlmuphnntly. His hyprocrisy was
7 :45 Prayer meeting.
Kvarylwidy welroine to any and all of
shallow, miiuy a horrible quarter of an
1 hour bad taught him his duty In this
•‘El e-vay ter!” shouted Penrod stern
Millard Avenue Presbyterian Church
| ly. "You want me to come down there
| to you T’
lb a. in. Habliatb School.
Duke looked suddenly haggard. He
11 a. tn. Morning worahlp.
6:46 p. m. Y. P. H. 0. E.
pawed the basket feebly again and.
7.30 p. in. Evening worahlp.
: upon another outburst from on high,
7 :80 p. in. Thursday. midweek eervh.e. |
pros trilled himself flat. Again threat-
H p. in. Thursday, choir practice.
he gave a »u;>erb impersonation
Rev. Win. H. Arnos, Pastor. I
j of a worm.
“You get In that el-e-vay-ter!”
Reckless with despair, Duke Jumped
SI. Peter’s Catholic Church
Into the basket, landing In a disheveled
posture, which he did not alter until
H a. m. lx>w Maae.
be had t>een drawn up and poured out
10:30 a. m. High Maae.
upon the floor of sawdust within the
H :30 a. in. Sunday School.
There, shuddering, he lay in
12 M. Chlor rehearsal.
doughnut shape and presently slumber
Week day«: Maae at h a. ni.
ed. It was dark In the box. a condition
Copyright, 1914, by Doubleday. Paga
that might have l»e«n remedied by slid
Seventh Day Adventist Church
Ing tsick a small wooden panel on run
¡0 a. m. Saturday Sabbath School.
ners. which would have let tn ample
tloo from the Child Sir Lancelot, as light from the alley, but Penrod Bcho-
11 a. m. Saturday preaching.
7 :30 p. m. Wednesday. Eraser meeting.
conceived by Mrs. Ixira Rewbuab. field had more interesting means of
7:46 p. m. Sunday preaching.
Choking upon it, Peurod slid down Illumination. He knelt, and from a
from the fence, and with slow and former soap box. in a corner, took a
Novhtrt haa Booth Tar
thoughtful ate|>e entered a one storied lantern without a chimney and a large
kington dona auch finiahad,
German L vanqellcal Reformed Church
wing of the stable, consisting of a sin oil can. the leak in the latter being so
10 a. m. Sunday School.
gle apartment, floored with cement nearly Imperceptible that its banish
atory of boyhood. Tha full
10 a. m. Saturday, German school.
and used as a storeroom for broken ment from household use bad seemed
H p. in. Wednesday. Y. P. 8.
flavor of hia atory la not
bric-a-brac, old paint buckets, decayed to Penrod as Inexplicable as It was
11 a. m. Sunday worship.
garden hose, wornout can>ets. dead ' providential.
only for tha grown man or
Th. Hchildknecbt. Pastor. ;
furniture and other condemned odd*
woman, but for any ona who
He shook the lantern near bls ear;
and ends not yet considered hopeless nothing splashed; there was no sign
anjoya tha comic muaa. It
enough to be given away.
Kern Park Chrlslaln Church
but a dry clinking. But there was
ia a ptetura of a boy'a heart,
In one corner stood a large box. a plenty of kerosene in the can, and be
Corner 69th St. and 40th Ave. 8. E.
full of thoaa lovable, hu-
part of the building itself; It was eight filled the lantern, striking a match to
1(1 a. tn. Bible School.
feet high and open at the top, and it Illumine the operation. Then be lit tbe
moroua, tragic thinga which
11 a m. and 8 p. m. preaching service.
bad t>een constructed as a sawdust lantern nnd hung it upon a nail against
7 p. iu. Christain Endeavor.
are locked aacrata to oldar
h p. tn. Thursday, mid-week prayer
magazine from which was drawn ma the wall. The sawdust floor was slight
terial for the horse's bed in a stall on ly Impregnated vith oil, and the open
8:46 p.m. Thursday, Bible Study]
the other side of the partition. The flame quivered in suggestive proximity
big box. so high and towerlike, so com ' to tbe side of tbe box; however, some
A cordial welcome to all who will at- ,
modious, so suggestive, had ceased to rather deep .-barrings of the plank
and “Panrod'' will atand aa
tend any services.
fulfill its legitimate function, though against which tbe lantern bung offered
R. Tibbs Maxey, Minister.
a elaaate interpretation of
providentially it had been at least half evidence that tbe arrangement was by
tha omnipraaant aubtlaty—
full of sawdust when the horse died. no means a new one and Indicated at
Two years bad gone by since that pass
St. Pauls t plscopal Church
least a possibility of no fatality oc-
Ing. an Interregnum in transportation I curring this time.
One block south of Woodmere station.
during which Penrod's fsther was
Holy Communion the first Sunday of
Next Penrod" turned up tbe surface
"thinking'’ (be explained sometimes: of of the sawdust in another corner of the
each month at 8 p. m.
No other ser
vices that day.
floor and drew forth a cigar box in
A Bay and Hia Dag.
Every other Sunday tbs regular ser- .
and generous sawdust box hsd served which were half a dozen cigarette«
vices will be as usual.
ENROL» sat morosely upon the brilliantly in war and peace; it was made of bayseed and thick brown
Evening Prayer and ssrmon at 1p.m.
back feut-a and guxad with Penrod's stronghold.
wrapping paper, a lead pencil, an
Sunday School meets at 3 p. m.
at Duke, his wistful dog
There was a partially defaced sign eraser and a small notebook labeled:
Boatwright, Supt., L. Maflett, Sec.
A bitter aoul dominated the va upon the front wall of the box; the
Rev. O. W. Tavlor, Rector.
rious curved and angular surfaces ilonjon deep bad known mercantile Im
field. Room (JK Ward Reboot Somber
known by a careless world us the face | pulses:
of Penrod Schofield. Kxce|>t Iu aoll
Lents tvanqelkdl Church
The O. K. RaBIT^CO.
Tbe first page of this book was pure
tuda. that face was almost always
PENROD ScHoFlELD AND CO.
ly acadrmic. but tbe study of English
Hermon by the Pastor, 11 a. m. and
cryptic and emotionless, for Penrod
INQUIRE FOR PRicEa.
undeflled terminated with a alight Jar
7 46 p. m
Bunday School 9:46 a. m.> C. 8. Brad bad coma Into hia twelfth year wear
This was a venture of the preceding at the top of tbe second: “Nor must
Ing an expression carefully trained to vacation, and had netted at one time an adverb be used to mod If—
ford, Superintendent. ‘
Y. P. A. fl 46 p. m. Eva Bischoff, be inscrutable. Mince the world was an accrued and owed profit of 11.38.
sure to misunderstand everything, Prospects had been brightest on the
RAMoREZ THE RoAD-
Prayer meeting Thursday 8 p. m.
mere defensive instinct prompted him very eve of cataclysm. The storeroom
AGENT OR WILD LIFE AMoNG
A cordial welcome to all.
to give it as little as possible to lay was locked and guarded, but twenty
T. R. Hornschuch, Pastor. hold upon. Nothing is more linpene
THE ROCKY MT8.”
seven rabbits and Belgian bares, old
And the subsequent entries In the
treble than the face of a boy who has
and young, bad perished here on a sin
MT. Scott Center of Truth.
learned thia, and Penrod's was hnbltu gle night -through no human agency, book appeared to have little concern
with Room d, Ward School Nomber
Meeting every Sunday evening at 8 :’O
but in a foray of cats, the besiegers
&, m. Three doors east of R2d Kt., hatred thia morning for the literary treacherously tunnelling up through Seventh.
The author of "Harold Ramorex,”
activities of Mrs. I-ora Rewtmsh, an
rays Crossing, Portland. Ore.
the sawdust from the small aperture
etc., lit one of the hayseed cigarettes,
a.tuoat universally respected fellow
which opened into the stall beyond the
seated himself comfortably, with his
citizen. a lady of cburltable and poetl<
partition. Commerce has its martyrs.
back against the wall and his right
Inclinations and one of bis own moth
Lents friend’s Church
Penrod climbed upon a barrel, stood
shoulder Just under the lantern, ele
9:46 a. in. Bible School, Clifford Bar-1 er'a most Intimate friends.
on tiptoe, grasped the rim of the box;
vated bis knees to support tbe note-
Mrs Ix>ra lie« bush had written
then, using a knotbole aa a stirrup,
something which she i-nllcd "The
iKXik, turned to a blank page and wrote,
11 :00 a. m Preaching services.
threw one leg over the top. drew him
slowly and earnestly:
Children's Pageant of the Table
(1:26 p. m. Christian Endeavor.
self up and dropped within. Standing
Round." and it was to be |ierfornied
“CHAPITER THE SIXTH”
7 :30 p. m. Preaching Services.
upon the packed sawdust, he was Just
8:00 p. m. Thursday,
mid week in public that very afternoon at the tall enough to see over the top.
He took a knife from his pocket and.
Women's Arts and Guild hull for tile
Duke had not followed him into the broodlngly, bls eyes u;>on the Inward
A cordial welcome to all these ser benefit of the Colored lufuuts’ Better
but remained near the open embryos of vision, sharpened his pen
John Riley, Pastor. rjent society
Ami If any fitivor of
cil. After that he extended a foot
sweetness remained In the nnture o'
and meditatively rubbed Duke's back
Lents Baptist Church
Peurod Schofield after the dlauiai
with tbe side of his shoe. Creation,
trials of the school week Just past
with Peurod, did not leap, full armed,
Ixird’s Day. Sept., 6, Bible School i
Hint problematic. liifliifteHlinnl rem
from tbe brain; but finally he t>egan
9:46 a. m
tiani was made pungent acid by tin-
Morning worship, II a. m.
to produce. He wrote very slowly at
Elmo Heights Sunday School, 2:30 Imminence of hia destiny to form a
first, and then with Increasing rapid
prominent feature of the spectacle nnd
ity. faster and faster, gathering mo
B Y. P. U., 8:30 i> tn.
to declaim the loathsome sentiments
mentum and growing more and more
Evening worship. 7:30 p. in.
of a character named upon the pro
fevered aa he sj»ed, till at last the true
A cordial welcome to these services.
gram the Child Sir Lancelot
fire came, without which no lamp of
J. M. Nelson, Pastor.
After each rehearsal he had plotted
real literature may be made to burn.
escape, and only ten days earlier there
Mr. Wilson reched for his gun but our
Lents M. t. Church
had been a glimmer of light
h«ro had him covred and soon -xld Wall
Lora Row bush caught a very bad cold,
I guess you don't coms any of that on
Preaching 11:00. 7:54 and p. m.
me my frelnd.
and it was hoped It might develop Into
Sunday School 9:46.
Well what makes you so sure about It
Services at Bennett Chapel at 3 p. m. pneumonia, but she recovered so quick
sneered the other bitting hia lip so sav-
Praymeeting Thursday 8 p. m.
ly that not even a rehearsal of the
ageley that the blood ran You are noth
Epworth I.eagne 7 p. m.
Children’s Pageant was postponed
ing but a eomon Roadagent any way and
The subject of the morning service
I do not propose to be balled by such.
Darkness closed in. Penrod had rather
will be, “Irenona from Nature and Ex
Ramores lsughed at this and kep Mr.
Wilson covred by Ills ottomatlck.
perience.” Evangelistic service in the
goon the two men were struggling to
gether In the deathroee but soon Mr. Wil
Don’t fail to hear this subject un pearance as tha Child Sir T^incelot In
got him bound and gaged bls mouth
folded. Bring your friends with yon: expedient on public grounds It was
and went away for awhile Isavln our
W. Boyd Moore. Pastor.
a heroic and attractive thought, but
hero. It was dark and h< wrlthd at hie
the results of some extremely sketchy
bonds wrlthlna on the floor wile the rata
cams out of thslr holes and bit him and
preliminary experiments caused him
Fifth Church of Christ
vermin got all over him from the floor
to abandon It
of that hellsh spot nut soon ho mangsd to
There was no escape, and at last his
Fifth Church of Christ. Scientist of
push the gas out of hie mouth with ths
Myrtle Park Hall, hour was hard upon him. Therefore
end of hie toungeu and got all his bonds
he brooded on the fence and gesed
Soon Mr Wilson came back to tant hWn
Services Bunday 11a. tn.
with envy at his wistful Duke.
with his helpless condition flowed by hia
Sunday School 9:30 and 11 a. m.
The dog's name was iindeecrlptlve
of detectives and they said Oh look
Wednesday evening testimonial meet
at Ramores sneering at his plight and
of his person, which was obviously
ing 8 p. in.
(anted him with his helpless condition
the result of a singular series of men
because Ramores had put the bonds back
He wore a grizzled mus
sos ho would look the same but could
: throw them off him when he wanted to
tache and indefinite whiskers.
Just look at him now sneered they. To
was smalt nnd shabby and looked like
hear him talk you would thought be was
an old postman. Penrod envied Duke
hot stuff and they said Look at him now,
because he was sure Duke would nev
him that was going to do so much. Oh
I would not like to be In hie flx
er be compelled to be a Child Kir
Soon Harold got mad at this end jump
iAncelot He thought a dog free and
up with biasing eyes throwin off his
unshackled to go or come as the wind "■leva•tori'' shouted Penrod. “Ting- bonds like they were air Ha Ha sneered
Penrod forgot the life be led
ha I guess you better not talk so much
! next time. Soon there flowed another
doorway tn a concave and i<eesimlstlc awful struggle and slesln hie ottomatlek
There was a long soliloquy upon the
Penrod felt in a dark corner back from Mr Wilson ho shot two of the
Diseases of Women and Children fence, a plaintive monologue without attitude.
of the box and laid hands upon a detectives through the heart Bing Bing
words The boy's thoughts were ad- simple apparatus consisting of an old went the ottomatlck and two more went
lectivee, but they were expressed by bushel basket with a few yards of to meet their Maker only two deteettvee
left now and su he stabbed one and the
Pacific Talior 3214
Ixxsal 2011 a running film of pictures in hie mind's clothesline tied to each of Ita handle«. soondrol wont to meet his Maker for now
eye. morbidly prophetic of the hldeosi- Ho passed the ends of the lines over <mr hero was fighting for hia very life
ties before him
Finally he spoke a Mg spool, which revolved upon an It was dark In there now for night bed
aloud, with aoch spleen that Duke rose axle of wire suspended from a beam felon and a terrible view met the eye
Blood was just all over everything and
from bls haunches and lifted one ear awerhead, and. with the aid of this im the rote were satin the dead men.
Magnolia Camp No. (MS meet» regular. Second In keen anxiety.
Boon our hero mangod to got his beck
provised pulley, lowered the empty
and Fourth Thursdays of each month at I.
“I bight sir Lancelot du Lak«, ths eMML basket until ft came to rest tn an up to the wan for he was fighting for his
O. O. F. Hall. Second Thursday »octal moat Oentul hearted, meek and mild.
very life now and shot Mr Wilson through
right position upon the floor of the the ebodmen Oh saki Mr Wilson
Neighbors bring your (amities and What though rm but a Itttui child.
Mr Wilson stagord book vile oaths asB-
Meade. Fourth Thursday, business. All Oentul hearted, meek and- Ooil”
storeroom at the foot of the sawdust
At The Churches
The Herald $1.00 Per Year
DR. JOHN FAWCETT
Neighbors rag nested to cease.
By order *f
All at tMs except “oof“ wee a gwetn-
Fire on the mountains!
Men and supplies are going forward
Ram Glover has gone to Seaside for an
daily U> fight the fire» around Mt Hood. I indefinite vacation.
, At this writing over 200 men are
Iraitllng with the fires east of Mt. Hood
Charlie McGill went to Roseburg Tues
along Uie headwater« of the Clackamas,
for a ten days vacation.
■ Hal mon, and White Rivers and consists
1 of a liattle line over twenty miles in j
We are fighting to save and | Mr. and Mrs. Payne and family have
j not to ’estroy
returned from the beach.
Cherryville started the first of tbe week |
with a fire to tie in style. The store and ]
Harry Clapp and a number of friends
hotel caught fire about 10 o’clock a. tn.' are hunting on the McKenzie.
Monday and although the entire build-1
j ing was consumed the contents were • Miss Lucile Holton of Seattle is the
largely saved. The fire, it is sup|>oaed, | guest of Miss Maud Alvord.
started from the fiue as a hot fire was
going in tlw* stove wtien Mrs. Freil was ]
Matt Stepp has accepted a job with
called out for a short time anti upon her :
the E. E. ljee garage at Tlie Dalles.
return the fire had gained too much
headway to be checked.
The loss waa j
Fiftieth avenue from 7 ith to 82 street
partially covered by insurance.
Mrs. R. C. Murray has gone to Wasco, is being graded and walks are going in.
County to see the country and have «
visit with her hnsband, who has been
Jack Jonee has the contract for a resi
employed on a big ranch there this dence at Whitwood Court.
August Beidenstein is hauling lumber
Dave Malloy of 57th avenue haa sold
for « new house on his ranch north of
his property and will live at Gladstone.
Magazines and papers are now full of
The Volte store at Woodmere is being
articles on military preparedness in an
endeavor to get the nation to embark on remodeled and some nice living rooms
a career of manufacturing war material are being added.
on a big scale, in order that contractors
may gst enormously rich and Congress
The Morrison Lumber Company re
men paid big fees to help the scheme ports an unusual run of orders and in
Who are we going to fight? quiries the past two weeks.
Europe will certainly be in no condition
to fight anybody for fifty years. Mexico
Mrs. N. E. Chamblee has made a trip
is prostrate and we can’t get much of a
to Victoria, returning last Thursday.
fight out of Haiti.
Henry Ford, the
best all around citizen in this country
M. L. Be mall and wife of Rayburn
and the most sui-cessful,
firmly believe that if we had had an avenue left Tuesday for a month's stay
army equal in size to those of the great in California.
European militaristic nations we would
long ago have Mown to a bloody battle
Miss Esther McGuire of (J029 45th
field. If our navy had been able to cope avenue has returned from a visit in
with any and all the nations, we would Frisco.
have been constantly at war. It has
always been this competitive arming,
Mies Hutchinson haa resumed her
this deadly invitation to a test of
strength, that haa spelled death and sor work at tbe Arleta library after a month
row to millions. We have had none of at NeahKahnie.
it. Wo should have none of it.”
The road builders complain that their
T. C. Lord, wife and daughter of
men leave them after they have been Forest Grove spent Sunday with W. 8.
taken out to view the job and given a Sanders.
meal or two and lodging.
they realise that there is nothing in it
Parents obey tbe children better than
on account of idle time waiting on ma
they used to, although there is some
terial and paying board.
eomplaint. But if they buy their Sun
Men mar be so hungry that they will
day Roast at the Grays Crossing Mar
work for four-bits a day and live on
ket their will be no room for complaint.
Instead of expending several millions
Miss Fern Allen of 6419, 59th avenue,
on desdly weapons to kill our feUow
men, suppose we use some of these mil and Mr. Albert King of Hillsboro, were
lions now piled up on our shores in fos married at one o'clock today at tbe
tering the arte of peace.
In building bride’s home, Rev. Moore officiating.
happy homes for lovely women, useful As the Herald is promised a full write
mothers, happy wives and laughing up of the event for next week we will
playful children. Let us help our farm hold our details for that time.
ing class who are now in bad under our
ridiculous system of over legislating in
G. A. Steffee and wife of Grays Creas
favor of the banks and big corporations. ing have two sons and two son-in-laws
Walt Mason says, ‘‘the farmer is busy in the German army, and they are
now in filling barns with good and among the missing
He has not heard
fragrant clover hay while the soldier is from them for several months and then
busy too in killing strangers for 13 the younger son was wounded. Mr.
cents a day.' ’
Steffe is inclined to think the Russian
All the re-actionaries are in favor ot a retreat is a well planned feint and that
bigge, army and navy—in fact all in the end tbe German army will be
capitalists are. Tliey will come in handy trapped in the snow bound plains of
in shootfng down starving miners and Russian winter.
shootins up working men’s camps and
murdering women and children like they
Our machine oils are the beet and as
did at Ludlow. Col.
The Industrial Commission appointed cheap as the cheapest good oils. See us
by congress has handed in a bitter com when you want a supply. Walsh, 9319
plaint against existing conditions which Foster Road.
may be briefly summarized as follows:
“They have resorted to questionable
MAKE OUR STORE YOUR STORE;
methods to prevent their workers from I Moderate prices, honest methods, high
grade goods, courteous
“That they have attempted to defeat promptness, unflagging interest in your
democracy by more or less successfully needs—these are the features of our
controlling courts and legislatures.
store which make it the store that will
"That they have exploited women and be satisfactory to YOU. Always some
children and unorganized workers.
thing new, up to date, of good quality,
“That they have resorted to all sorts and low price. Teeny A Teeny, 6802
of methods to prevent the enactment of Foster Road. Kern Park Station.
"That they have employed gunmen
in strikes who were disreputable'
characters and who assaulted innocent
people and committed ether crimes most
reprehensible in character.
“That they have paid lower wages
than competitive conditions warranted.
“That they have worked their people
long hours and under insanitary and
"That they have been contract break
ing with labor.
‘ That they have attempted, through
the authorities, to suppress free speech
and the right of peaceful assembly.
“That they have deliberately, and for
selfish ends, bribed representatives of
Of course the American people will
not stand much longer this sort of a
We put doww slavery of
the blacks and by the Eternal God we
will surely wipe out slavery for the
at Alvord Furniture Store
35c, 39c, 45c yard
4529 67th St. S. E.
a daughter born Saturday afternoon.
Mr. Leitheiser lost three fingers hy
being amputated in a woodsaw one day
A farewell social was given by the
Epworth league of Bennett Chapel Fri
day evening in honor of Miss Mary
Bluhm. A short devotional service was
held after which the evening was spent
in playing games.
of lemonade and cake were served. The
young people report a very pleasant
Tsllijig Tim« In W««t Africa.
Because of the scarcity of clocks in
West Africa event« are timed by tbs
Miss Mary Bluhm left Saturday even
regular dally occurrence«.
ing for her home in Seattle after a five ample, a native wrote that she bed re
month’s stay with friends.
ceived news of her sister's lllaere “a
Mr».- L. Lamear and children left little white before tbe goiasa fowl
taMsMrotoehawnsMroM Why (M Monday for North Yamhill.
talk”-tha< ta, about S o’etaek la tte
(TO BE CONTINUED)
8. E. Johnson and wife are parents at